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Types of pronouns

Pronouns are words that are used instead of a noun 

Examples of pronoun are he, she, we, they, them,  etc 

The eight types of pronouns are 
personal, 
possessive, 
reflexive, reciprocal, 
relative, 
demonstrative, 
interrogative, 
and indefinite. 

Certain types of pronouns closely relate to one another, and many words can function as multiple different types of pronouns, depending how they're used.
Personal PronounsPersonal pronounstake the place of people or things. They can be either singular or plural, depending whether they refer to one or multiple nouns
 Examples includeI,me,we, andus.Personal pronouns are usually either the subject of asentence or an object within a sentence. Each personal pronoun has different forms depending on its function. For example, if a writer is referring to himself, he should useIif he's the subject of a sentence, as in "Isaw the dog." If he's the object, he should useme, as in "The dog saw me.


"Possessive Pronouns=Possessive pronouns are personal pronouns that also indicate possession of something. 
They have singular forms (likemy), and plural forms (likeour). These pronouns often appear before the possessed item, but not always. For example, both "mycar" and"the car ismine" both indicate the who owns the car.Reflexive PronounsWhen a subject performs an action on itself, the sentence uses areflexive pronounafter the verb. Reflexive pronouns includemyself,himself, andherself. 
An example of a reflexive pronoun is found the common expression "I kickedmyself."Reciprocal PronounsReciprocal pronounsare similar to reflexive pronouns, but they involve groups of two or more that perform the same action with one another. There are only two reciprocal pronouns:each other(for groups of two) andone another(for larger groups).Relative PronounsArelative pronounstarts aclause(a group of words that refer to a noun).Who,that, andwhichare all relative pronouns. They can also serve as other types of pronouns, depending on the sentence. For example, in "I saw the dogthatyou own," the relativepronounthatis the beginning of the clausethat you own, which describes the dog.Demonstrative PronounsDemonstrative pronounspoint out or modify a person or thing. There are four demonstrative pronouns:thisandthat(for singular words), andtheseandthose(for plural words).Interrogative PronounsInterrogative pronounsbegin questions. For example, in "Whoare you?", the interrogative pronounwhostarts the question. There are five interrogative pronouns:who,whom, andwhose(for questions that involve people), andwhichandwhat(for questions that involve things).Indefinite PronounsLike personal pronouns,indefinite pronounsrefer to people or things, but they don't have a specific person or thing to reference. Examples of indefinite pronouns includesome,anyone, andeverything 


PERSONAL PRONOUNS:I, me, you, he, him, she, her, it, we, us, they, themPOSSESSIVE PERSONAL PRONOUNS:my, mine, your, yours, his, her, hers, its, our, ours, their, theirs****Note that there are no apostrophes used with possessive personal pronouns. This includes "its." Just as you would say "That is hers," you would say "Success is its own reward." It's stands for the contraction that represents "It is" or "It has."It'sisNEVERpossessive.INDEFINITE PRONOUNS:Anybody, anyone, each, either, none, someone, somebody, both, everyone, no one, neither, many, few, several, one.****Note: Some indefinite pronouns are singular, some are plural, and some may be used as both singular and plural. This will be discussed in a future lesson.INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS:who, whom, what, which, whoseDEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS:this, that, these, thoseAssignment(s) including Answer key:Find the pronouns in the following sentences.1. He suggested that they clean up Wilmington Statue for their community service project.__________ __________ _______________
2. They water-skied on Lake Erie.__________
3. Who was it you said vacationed in Canada all last month?__________ _________ _________
4. The teacher asked her to report on that later.__________ _________
5. The address on that clearly read Mexico.__________
6. Whose book is that?_____________ ___________
7. Her story was about someone fleeing from a building.__________ __________
8. Either is fine with me._________ __________
9. The factory blew into a thousand pieces, but no one heardit.__________ __________
10. Mary was so excited that she ran all the way home.__________
11. Someone found Hemingway's journal after his death.__________ __________
12. Tractors are good for young boys and girls who want topractice their driving skills.__________ __________
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The Connectives

The Connectives are conjunctions that are used in sentences.

Examples of these conjunctions are
And   also  again  further more   then   next   therefore   thereafter etc

 He was old ______ weak ______ there was no one to look after him.2. My mother ______ ______ gave me a birthday present, ______ ______ some money ______ ______ I could buy myself a new dress.3. His father beat him, ______ he ______ cried ______ uttered a sound ______ he was used to frequent beatings.4. ______ we found that we might be late, we took a taxi ______ ______ we might reach the cinema on time.5. That old man had expected free treatment ______ he was poor ______ , he was shocked when he was given a bill for thirty dollars. He was ______ upset ______ he really cried.6. You'd better work hard ______ you'll fail, ______ do not study ______ hard ______ your health suffers. You should work ______ play according to a planned routine.7. Mona, ______ ______ ______ her sister, is in the choir, They can sing ______ ______ in English ______ French ______ ______ in Chinese ______ Japanese.8. You can ______ ride the motorcycle ______ drive the car. ______ you'd better take the motorcycle ______ part of the road is blocked.9. He wanted to do odd jobs ______ ______ ______ he might save some money ______ no one was willing to employ him ______ they thought that he was dishonest.10. ______ you were too lazy to bring your own umbrella, I have a mind to let you walk home in the rain. ______, this time you may share my umbrella ______ don't let there be a next time.11. ______ the escaped convict ______ his accomplice darted into a house to escape the police, the effort was wasted. The police ______ their dogs surrounded the house; ______ , the men refused to come out.12. The boy scouts did odd jobs ______ they may raise funds for Charity Week. The public was responsive ______ helped them a lot; ______ ______ ______ the scouts raised a lot of money.13. ______ my cousin ______ his friend cannot come early ______ they are busy doing their work, ______ they promise to come as soon as they can.14. Our feast included food an drinks. There was a large quantity of each, ______ we managed to finish them.15. The teacher had punished them ______ ______ ______ they might learn to do their work properly. ______ , they still produced the same careless work.16. The girls practised hard, ______ they did not win the match; ______ we cheered them ______ they showed a fine spirit of sportsmanship.17. She did her work carelessly, ______ ______ ______ she had to stay behind ______ rewrite it.18. My mother ______ my father visited my uncle ______ aunt in Wanderland. My parents traveled by air ______ they wanted to arrive early ______ instead they were a few hours late.19. The prefect told that boy ______ his rowdy friends to ______ follow the rules ______ be sent to detention class.20. The girl is young ______ pretty ______ she is blind; ______ she earns her own living by weaving baskets ______ sewing dresses. ______ her baskets ______ her dresses are sold in the shops.

Types of Conjunctions. The connectives. Practice questions on conjunction

Fill in the blanks using suitable conjunctions:

1.    This is a small ………………….. interesting story.

2.    Manu and Anu help ……………………..

3.    ……………………… I was a child, I lived in Dubai.

4.    Make hay ……………………. the sun shines.

5.    We will visit Paris ………………….. Rome during the summer.

6.    Let us wait here ……………….. the rain stops.

7. …………………. he worked hard he failed.

8. I regard my mother ……………….. my best friend.

9. ………………… I was suffering from fever I couldn't attend the class.

10. My sister is not ……………….. intelligent ……………….. my brother.

11. He is ……………….. tall ……………….. his father.

12. Do your duty ……………….. you live.

13. He was treated ………………….. a guest.

Physical and Health Education Jss 3 NECO NCEE Past Questions

                                                                     PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
                                             
J.S.S.THREE

Physical Education objectives entail the acquisition of the following EXCEPT
A. mental skills   B. physical combat C. physical fitness D. recreational skills E. social skills
2. A person that gives immediate assistance to an injured person is called
    A. coach B. doctor C. first aider D.nurse E. referee
3. The three types of crouch start are bunch, medium and
   A. bullet B. elongated   C.false   D. staggered   E. standing
4. Which of these is an indoor recreational activity?
   A. camping B.  Dart   C. hiking D. hunting E. picnic
5. Insufficient quantity of vitamin A in the body may cause
  A.anaemia B.dizziness   C. poor memory D. poor vision E. rickets
6. The dimension of a standard track is����.meters
  A.100 B. 200 C. 300   D. 400 E. 600
7.  The major areas of physical education programme include the following EXCEPT
  A. aquatics B. athletics C. gymnastics D. lead up games E. sports and games
8.  Which of the following is an example of dual sports?
  A. Handball B. High jump C. Hurdles D. Pole vault E. Tennis
9.  Games that does not have international recognition are referred to as ����..
  A. indoor B. league C. major D. minor   E. outdoor
10. Camping, picnic, hiking and mountaineering are all examples of����recreational activities.
A. indoor B. major C. minor D.outdoor   E. School
11. All these are qualities of a first aider EXCEPT being
A. knowledgeable B. nervous C. observant D. resourceful E. sympathetic
12. Which of these is NOT a gymnastic activity?
A. Backward roll B. Crab walk C.Hangspring D. Hockey E. Neck spring
13. A relay team consists of����athletes
A. 4   B. 6   C. 8   D. 10   E. 12
14. Which of the following recreational activities is good for an elderly person?
A. Camping B. Cycling C. Mountaineering D. Running E. Walking
15. When a bone is broken and cuts the skin, it is called���.fracture
A. comminuted B. compound   C. greenstick D. multiple E. simple
16.  The knee to two type of crouch start is referred to as
A. bunch B. elongated   C. medium   D. staggered   E. standing
17.  The following are components of physical fitness EXCEPT
A. agility B. balance   C.endurance   D. speed E. stability
18.  As a first aider , which of the following injuries would need attention first?
A. Bleeding   B. Respiratory failure   C. Cramp   D. Fracture   E. Strain
19.  Dislocation, sprain, strain, bruises and muscles cramps are����.injuries
A. common   B. major   C. minor   D. ordinary   E. sports
20. What is the full meaning of N.S.F.?
A. National Shipping Ferries   B. National Shoppers Federation C. National Sports Festival
D. National Sport Festival E. Northern sports Festival
21. Scurvy is caused by deficiency in
A. amino acid B. carbohydrate C. protein D. mineral salt E. vitamin C
22. These are types of bones in the humans body EXCEPT
A. flat   B. irregular   C. joint   D. long   E. short
23. Regular exercise helps the body to
A. accumulate fats   B. gains weight   C. get fatigued   D. grow taller  E. keep fit
24. Which of these is the third phase in long jump?
A. Approach run  B. Flight  C. landing   D. Recovery   E. take off
25. As a trainer, which of these classes of food is most recommended to athletes during training?
A. carbohydrate   B. fats and oil   C. mineral salt    D. protein   E. vitamin
26. Which of these diseases is insect borne?
A. Chicken   B. Measles   C. Poliomyelitis   D. Sleeping sickness   E. Whooping cough
27. The most hygienic  organs through which the air should be breathed in is the
A. gullet   B. mouth   C. nose   D. trachea   E. Windpipe
28. Which of the following systems are more important for successful physical performance?
A. Respiratory and Endocrine  B. Respiratory and Nervous  C. Skeletal and Circulatory
D.  skeletal and muscular  E. Urinary and Respiratory                                                                                       29 .Which of the following is a type of � Track�?
A.  Coal-sand dust  B.Gravel  C. Paper dust  D. Saw dust  E. Tartan   
30. Without muscle individual loose the following  EXCECPT
A.   Blood   B. Capacity to live  C.  Endurance   D.  Shape   E.  Strenght
40.   The father of gymnastic is
A.   Adoif Hitler   B.  Fredrick Ludwig john   C.  John base Dow   D.  John Gun moth                            E.  Mathew Benjamin
41. The following part of the body is used in traping ball in soccer  EXCEPT
A.   Chest   B.  Foot   C.  Hand   D.  Head   E.  knee
42.  Which player in soccer is allow to used all part of the during playing?
A.    Back-player  B  Center front play  C.  Goal player   D.  Right full back player  E.  The captain
                                                                                                                                                     

Question Pack for Revision Three in One Business Studies jss 1, 2 and 3

                     JSS 3 BUSINESS STUDIES

1. A written document issued by a drawer to the bank to pay an amount of money is called …………… (a) Teller (b) Cheque (c) Cash (d) voucher 

2.  In which bank account does the owner use cheque to withdraw (a) cash (b) current (c) bank (d) savings

3. An advantage of office machine is that they are (a) cheap to maintain (b) electrically operated (c) manually operated (d) time saving

 4. The processes through which new products are brought to the notice of the public is      known as …………… (a) Commerce (b) transport (c) insurance (d) advertising

 5. The act of making financial plan or income and expenditure is called (a) tax (b) salary

(c) Budget   (d) finance

 6.    In communication, the response or reply to a message from the sender to the receiver is    (a) Letter (b) telephone (c) feedback (d) communication

 7. A trial balance is ……(a) list of all debit and credit payment (b) list of cash receipt and payment (c) list of income and expenditure (d) list of all balances extracted from the ledger

   8. Petty cash book is also known as …… (a) Cash book (b) imprest account (c) book keeping        (d) single column cash book

   9. The officer in-charge of imprest account is known (a) petty cashier (b) imprest officer (c) accountant (d) head of department

   10. Paying back to the petty cashier, the amount already spent will lead to (a) decrease in balance (b) increase in balance (c) restoration in imprest (d) ordinary system of accounting

11.If goods are sent by sales van to a buyer, the document issued for the buyer to check the goods is termed the ……… (a) way bill (b) catalogue (c) quotation (d) receipt                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        12. The small amount paid periodically by a policy holder to an insurance company for risk cover is termed the (a) proposal (b) agreement (c) application (d) premium

13. For proper recording of minor expenses on daily basis a business must keep (a) a ledger (b) a journal (c) a petty cash book (d) a cash book

14. Bursar's office and principal's office in a secondary school are typical examples of ……. Office (a) open   (b) general (c) large (d) closed

18. …… is a book of original entry (a) balance sheet (b) trading account (c) journal (d) bank account

19. P.A.Y.E means ………. (a) Pay as you earn (b) pay after you earn (c) pay as you expend (d) pay according to your earning

20. Typewriters use carbon papers to produce more copies, while duplicating machines use to produce more copies (a) films (b) papers (c) stencils (d) notes

21. A banker's bank in Nigeria is the ………. (a) First bank (b) National bank (c) Central bank (d) Nigeria bank

22. A document which is used to send messages from one person to another in the same firm, from one department to another or from one department to another or from one head office to the branches or from a principal to his agents is known as (a) a manuscript (b) a memorandum (c) menu (d) document

23. Book keeping could be defined as (a) keeping of book in the store (b) keeping of book in the library (c) systematic recording of business transaction in manner that financial position will be known at any given time (d) recording of business in manner that the financial position will not be known easily

24. A machine used to destroy all mails, document that are no longer needed in an office is the ……….. (a) Destroyer (b) shredder (c) cabinet (d) perforator

25. An instrument used for holding copies or pages of document together is ………….. (a) Pin (b) cello tape (c) stapler (d) perforator

26. The parties to a cheque are ………… (a) the drawer only (b) the drawer, drawee and payee  (c) the payee and drawee only (d) the drawee only

27. A small and instrument for driving staples into paper is known as ……….. (a) Perforator (b) stapler (c) driver (d) stamp pad

28. The document that shows how the monthly earnings of a worker is calculated and arrives at is a (a) calculator (b) pay slip (c) cheque (d) salary

29. In book keeping, all transactions involving cash and bank at the bank is called (a) double (b) real (c) contra (d) triple

30. W hen a cheque is crossed with two parallel lines, it means that (a) it cannot be cross the read (b) it cannot be cashed over the counter (c) no money in the account (d) it can be paid over the counter

31. Journal is a book of ……… (a) Last entry (b) middle entry (c) duplicate entry (d) first or original entry

32. ……… is the principal book of account (a) invoice (b) credit note (c) debit note (d) ledger

33. Assets could be referred to as ……….. (a) properties owned by the business (b) properties loaned by  the business (c) properties borrowed by the business (d) properties sold by the business

34. ------------ can be referred to the situation in which a person says only what is true (a) honesty (b) truthfulness (c) facts (d) forthrightness

35. One of the following is NOT an aid to trade (a) Banking (b) Insurance (c) Advertising (d) Stock

36. The place where goods are stored until they are needed is known as ­­­------------ (a) Space bar (b) room (c) bank-house (d) warehouse

37. One of the following is a factor of production (a) land (b) agriculture (c) industry (d) rent

38. Coal mining is an example of ………  (a) Constructive industry (b) extractive industry (c) direct service (d) tertiary production

39. The business financed, formed and controlled by one person is termed ……. (a) Corporation (b) partnership (c) sole proprietorship (d) cooperative society

40. The factor that coordinates or makes use of the other factors of production is the …… (a) Land (b) capital (c) labour (d) entrepreneur

41. Staff matters in any organization are treated by …….. (a) Personnel department (b) production department (c) sales department (d) finance department

42. The role of insurance in commerce is essentially to ……… (a) Prevent damage (b)minimize business risk (c) prevent wasteful ventures (d) none of the above

43. Which of the following is not an extractive occupation (a) Dentistry (b) farming (c) fishing (d) Mining?

44. ………. Is the reward of land (a) Entrepreneur (b) Money (c) Capital (d) Rent?

46. The written agreement between partners is (a) partners document (b) partners salary (c) partnership deed (d) partnership business

47. Land is to rent as capital is to ……… (a) Rent age (b) interest (c) wages (d) states in Nigeria

48. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a sole trader?

    (a) He provides capital alone (b) He makes decisions on his own (c) He shares his profits with his partner (d) He takes all the profit or loss

50. Coal mining is an example of ………….. (a) Constructive industry (b) extractive industry (c) direct service (d) tertiary production

51. Which of the following functions is not performed by a retailer (a) Giving credit facility (b) breaking bulk (c) storing various articles for sales (d) buying in small quantities

52. Who of the following renders direct services (a) teacher (b) miner (c) oil driller (d) cook

53. Who is a sole trader (a) a person who trades in soles (b) a person who sells leather soles (c) a person who runs business on his own (d) a group of person who works together

54. Which of the following is NOT a type of partners (a) working partner (b) active partners (c) sleeping or dormant partner (d) nominal partner

55. What is commerce (a) producing raw materials (b) selling raw materials (c) buying and selling of goods and services (d) giving of arms to the poor

56. Which of the following is not a type of production (a) primary production (b) secondary production (c) tertiary production (d) modern production

57. Workers engaged in mining, quarrying and farming are called (a) primary producers (b) tertiary producers (c) secondary producers (d) commercial producers

59. Which of the following is an example of direct service (a) mining (b) petroleum refining (c) medical service (d) farming

60. The type of business own and financed by two or more people is known (a) partners (b) partnership (c) sole proprietorship (d) two man business

                                                          SECTION B

1. (a) Identify 5 types of office equipments and state their uses

    (b) List 5 Insurance policies that can be taken by a business man

     (a) Define fair play and state five of its attribute

2 (a) state five functions of the following (i) commercial bank (ii) central bank

    (b) State three function of the following (i) retailer (ii) wholesaler

    (c) list the factors of production and state their reward

3 Enter the following transactions in the double column cashbook of Orisunbare for July 2000

                                                                                          Naira

July 1    Started business with capital                             1,000

        1    Capital at bank                                                   2,000

        2   Sold goods for cash                                               500

       7    Received cheque from Dejo                                  600

       10 Paid salaries by cheque                                          500

       13 Sold goods and received cheque                           400

       18 Paid okafor by cash                                              200

       20 Paid rent by cheque                                               200

       25 Withdraw cash from bank                                     100

       27 Paid cash into bank                                               500

       29 Bought goods into bank                                        200

        30 Received cheque from salisu                               500

       31 cash sales                                                              300

             




JSS 1 BUSINESS STUDIES

1. ------------ can be referred to the situation in which a person says only what is true (a) honesty (b) truthfulness (c) facts (d) forthrightness

2. One of the following is NOT an aid to trade (a) Banking (b) Insurance (c) Advertising (d) Stock

3. The place where goods are stored until they are needed is known as ­­­------------ (a) Space bar (b) room (c) bank-house (d) warehouse

4. One of the following is a factor of production (a) land (b) agriculture (c) industry (d) rent

5. Coal mining is an example of ………  (a) Constructive industry (b) extractive industry (c) direct service (d) tertiary production

6. The business financed, formed and controlled by one person is termed ……. (a) Corporation (b) partnership (c) sole proprietorship (d) cooperative society

7. The factor that coordinates or makes use of the other factors of production is the …… (a) Land (b) capital (c) labour (d) entrepreneur

8. Staff matters in any organization are treated by …….. (a) Personnel department (b) production department (c) sales department (d) finance department

9. The role of insurance in commerce is essentially to ……… (a) Prevent damage (b)minimize business risk (c) prevent wasteful ventures (d) none of the above

10. Which of the following is not an extractive occupation (a) Dentistry (b) farming (c) fishing (d) Mining?

11. ………. Is the reward of land (a) Entrepreneur (b) Money (c) Capital (d) Rent?

12. The written agreement between partners is (a) partners document (b) partners salary (c) partnership deed (d) partnership business

13. Land is to rent as capital is to ……… (a) Rent age (b) interest (c) wages (d) states in Nigeria

14. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a sole trader?

    (a) He provides capital alone (b) He makes decisions on his own (c) He shares his profits with his partner (d) He takes all the profit or loss

15. Coal mining is an example of ………….. (a) Constructive industry (b) extractive industry (c) direct service (d) tertiary production

16. Which of the following functions is not performed by a retailer (a) Giving credit facility (b) breaking bulk (c) storing various articles for sales (d) buying in small quantities

17. Who of the following renders direct services (a) teacher (b) miner (c) oil driller (d) cook

18. Who is a sole trader (a) a person who trades in soles (b) a person who sells leather soles (c) a person who runs business on his own (d) a group of person who works together

19. Which of the following is NOT a type of partners (a) working partner (b) active partners (c) sleeping or dormant partner (d) nominal partner

20. What is commerce (a) producing raw materials (b) selling raw materials (c) buying and selling of goods and services (d) giving of arms to the poor

21. Which of the following is not a type of production (a) primary production (b) secondary production (c) tertiary production (d) modern production

22. Workers engaged in mining, quarrying and farming are called (a) primary producers (b) tertiary producers (c) secondary producers (d) commercial producers

23. Which of the following is an example of direct service (a) mining (b) petroleum refining (c) medical service (d) farming

24. The type of business own and financed by two or more people is known (a) partners (b) partnership (c) sole proprietorship (d) two man business

25.  ………… is the recording of business transaction in a systematic manner to provide information for use by interested parties (a) accounting (b) book keeping (c) key boarding (d) library  



                                              SECTION B

1. (a) define Production

   (b) State the four factors of Production and their rewards

    (c) List the types of production and explain them

2. (a)  List four types of partners

     (b) list two sources of capital for sole proprietorship form of business

      (c) Give  three examples of extractive production

3. (a) Explain the following (i) producer (ii) wholesaler (iii) retailer (iv) consumer

    (b) State three rewards of being truthful

   (c) Explain partnership deed



                                        

                       JSS 2 BUSINESS STUDIES

1. The type of the village market is (a) supermarket (b) shops (c) mini-mart (d) open air market

2. Incoming mails should be ………… (a) Opened, dated, stamped and sorted (b) opened, read and put away (c) opened, read and return to sender (d) opened, signed and put away

3. A store having so many departments or sections under the same roof is known as (a) Departmental store (b) Kingsway (c) super store (d) chain store

4. What is a buyer given for purchasing goods from seller (a) An order (b) an invoice (c) a receipt (d) A letter of enquiry

5. What is the document sent from the buyer to the seller showing the quantity, quality and description, price of goods he wishes to buy is called (a) A letter of enquiry (b) An order (c) An invoice (d) Quotation

6. A document which is used to send messages from one person to another in the same firm, from one department to another or from one department to another or from one head office to the branches or from a principal to his agents is known as (a) a manuscript (b) a memorandum (c) menu (d) document

7. Book keeping could be defined as (a) keeping of book in the store (b) keeping of book in the library (c) systematic recording of business transaction in manner that financial position will be known at any given time (d) recording of business in manner that the financial position will not be known easily

8. Which of the following is not a type of buying (a) by description /grade (b) by sample (c) by auction (d) by selection

9. In book keeping, all transactions involving cash and bank at the bank is called (a) double (b) real (c) contra (d) triple

10. …………. Can be defined as the means through which the goods produced get to the final consumer (a) production (b) distribution (c) communication (d) Advertising

11. The primary medium of exchange in business is (a) cash (b) money (c) trade by barter (d) bank tellers

12.  ………. Is the path through which goods move from the producer to the consumers (a) channel (b) advertisement (c) transportation (d) communication

13. ………..  are traders who usually move from one place to the other or from one street to the other to make their goods available to people (a) sellers (b) traders (c) hawkers (d) retailers

14. The following are types of bank account except (a) savings deposit account (b) current accounts (c) fixed deposit (d) cash account

15. …………… is an instruction in writing made upon a bank to pay a certain sum of money to a named person (a) teller (b) cash (c) cheque (d) bank document

16.The following are the reasons for dishonouring of cheque except (a) sufficient funds (b)  irregular signature (c) a stale cheque (d) insufficient funds

17. The type of account that we use cheque to with draw from is ………… (a) fixed deposit (b) cash account (c) current account (d) savings account

18.Choose the type of cheque that must first be paid into a current account and could not be exchanged for cash across the counter (a) bear (b) order (c) unsigned (d) crossed

19. The two forms of cheque are the …………. Cheques (a) dishonoured and honoured (b) crossed and opened (c) order and bearer (d) payee and not negotiable

20. An insurance policy that covers accident on sea is known as ………… insurance (a) burglary (b) fire (c) marine (d) ship

21…………… can be defined as the protection made against loss or damage to property or life which may arise from death, accident, theft, fire, etc (a) production (b) Insurance (c) fire insurance (d) security

22. The following agents are involved in distribution except (a) Producers (b) wholesaler (c) retailer (d) hawker

23.The following  the documents facilitates easy transaction when buying and selling except (a) letter of equiry (b) price list (c) catalogue (d) internet

24. ……… are activities that facilitates trade (a) aids to trade (b) advertising (c) insurance (d) warehousing

25. ……….  Buys goods in small quantities from the wholesaler and sells in smaller quantities to the consumer (a) hawker (b) producer (c) retailer (d) wholesaler

                                                           SECTION B

1

(a)List 5 Insurance policies that can be taken by a business man

(b) state five functions of the following Commercial bank

 (c) State three function of the following (i) retailer (ii) wholesaler

2 (a) list three documents used in buying and selling    

    (b) List the types of accounts that we have

     (c) List the type of buying that we have

3. (a) list the types of cheques and explain them

    (b) Enter the following transactions in the double column cashbook of Orisunbare for july 2000

                                                                                          Naira

July 1    Started business with capital                              1,000

        1    Capital at bank                                                  2,000

        2   Sold goods for cash                                            500

       7    Received cheque from Dejo                               600

       10 Paid salaries by cheque                                       500

       13 Sold goods and received cheque                        400

       18 Paid okafor by cash                                           200

       20 Paid rent by cheque                                          200

       25 Withdraw cash from bank                               100

       27 Paid cash into bank                                           500

       29 Bought goods into bank                                    200

        30 Received cheque from salisu                           500

       31 cash sales                                                          300

NECO WASCE Jss 2 Business Studies Past questions for revision

                                    

                       JSS 2 BUSINESS STUDIES

1. The type of the village market is (a) supermarket (b) shops (c) mini-mart (d) open air market

2. Incoming mails should be ………… (a) Opened, dated, stamped and sorted (b) opened, read and put away (c) opened, read and return to sender (d) opened, signed and put away

3. A store having so many departments or sections under the same roof is known as (a) Departmental store (b) Kingsway (c) super store (d) chain store

4. What is a buyer given for purchasing goods from seller (a) An order (b) an invoice (c) a receipt (d) A letter of enquiry

5. What is the document sent from the buyer to the seller showing the quantity, quality and description, price of goods he wishes to buy is called (a) A letter of enquiry (b) An order (c) An invoice (d) Quotation

6. A document which is used to send messages from one person to another in the same firm, from one department to another or from one department to another or from one head office to the branches or from a principal to his agents is known as (a) a manuscript (b) a memorandum (c) menu (d) document

7. Book keeping could be defined as (a) keeping of book in the store (b) keeping of book in the library (c) systematic recording of business transaction in manner that financial position will be known at any given time (d) recording of business in manner that the financial position will not be known easily

8. Which of the following is not a type of buying (a) by description /grade (b) by sample (c) by auction (d) by selection

9. In book keeping, all transactions involving cash and bank at the bank is called (a) double (b) real (c) contra (d) triple

10. …………. Can be defined as the means through which the goods produced get to the final consumer (a) production (b) distribution (c) communication (d) Advertising

11. The primary medium of exchange in business is (a) cash (b) money (c) trade by barter (d) bank tellers

12.  ………. Is the path through which goods move from the producer to the consumers (a) channel (b) advertisement (c) transportation (d) communication

13. ………..  are traders who usually move from one place to the other or from one street to the other to make their goods available to people (a) sellers (b) traders (c) hawkers (d) retailers

14. The following are types of bank account except (a) savings deposit account (b) current accounts (c) fixed deposit (d) cash account

15. …………… is an instruction in writing made upon a bank to pay a certain sum of money to a named person (a) teller (b) cash (c) cheque (d) bank document

16.The following are the reasons for dishonouring of cheque except (a) sufficient funds (b)  irregular signature (c) a stale cheque (d) insufficient funds

17. The type of account that we use cheque to with draw from is ………… (a) fixed deposit (b) cash account (c) current account (d) savings account

18.Choose the type of cheque that must first be paid into a current account and could not be exchanged for cash across the counter (a) bear (b) order (c) unsigned (d) crossed

19. The two forms of cheque are the …………. Cheques (a) dishonoured and honoured (b) crossed and opened (c) order and bearer (d) payee and not negotiable

20. An insurance policy that covers accident on sea is known as ………… insurance (a) burglary (b) fire (c) marine (d) ship

21…………… can be defined as the protection made against loss or damage to property or life which may arise from death, accident, theft, fire, etc (a) production (b) Insurance (c) fire insurance (d) security

22. The following agents are involved in distribution except (a) Producers (b) wholesaler (c) retailer (d) hawker

23.The following  the documents facilitates easy transaction when buying and selling except (a) letter of equiry (b) price list (c) catalogue (d) internet

24. ……… are activities that facilitates trade (a) aids to trade (b) advertising (c) insurance (d) warehousing

25. ……….  Buys goods in small quantities from the wholesaler and sells in smaller quantities to the consumer (a) hawker (b) producer (c) retailer (d) wholesaler

                                                           SECTION B

1

(a)List 5 Insurance policies that can be taken by a business man

(b) state five functions of the following Commercial bank

 (c) State three function of the following (i) retailer (ii) wholesaler

2 (a) list three documents used in buying and selling    

    (b) List the types of accounts that we have

     (c) List the type of buying that we have

3. (a) list the types of cheques and explain them

    (b) Enter the following transactions in the double column cashbook of Ajiboka Johnson for july 2000

                                                                                          Naira

July 1    Started business with capital                                                1,000

        1    Capital at bank                                                  2,000

        2   Sold goods for cash                                                    500

       7    Received cheque from Dejo                                                     600

       10 Paid salaries by cheque                                                 500

       13 Sold goods and received cheque                                                  400

       18 Paid Okafor AYUBA by cash                                                     200

       20 Paid rent by cheque                                                 200

       25 Withdraw cash from bank                                                      100

       27 Paid cash into bank                                           500

       29 Bought goods into bank                                    200

        30 Received cheque from salisu                                500

       31 cash sales                                                          300

Jss 1 Business studies past questions for revision part B theory

                                       SECTION B

1. (a) define Production

   (b) State the four factors of Production and their rewards

    (c) List the types of production and explain them

2. (a)  List four types of partners

     (b) list two sources of capital for sole proprietorship form of business

      (c) Give  three examples of extractive production

3. (a) Explain the following (i) producer (ii) wholesaler (iii) retailer (iv) consumer

    (b) State three rewards of being truthful

   (c) Explain partnership deed

Junior WASCE jss 1 NECO Business studies jss 1 past Questions for revision


JSS 1 BUSINESS STUDIES

1. ------------ can be referred to the situation in which a person says only what is true (a) honesty (b) truthfulness (c) facts (d) forthrightness

2. One of the following is NOT an aid to trade (a) Banking (b) Insurance (c) Advertising (d) Stock

3. The place where goods are stored until they are needed is known as ­­­------------ (a) Space bar (b) room (c) bank-house (d) warehouse

4. One of the following is a factor of production (a) land (b) agriculture (c) industry (d) rent

5. Coal mining is an example of ………  (a) Constructive industry (b) extractive industry (c) direct service (d) tertiary production

6. The business financed, formed and controlled by one person is termed ……. (a) Corporation (b) partnership (c) sole proprietorship (d) cooperative society

7. The factor that coordinates or makes use of the other factors of production is the …… (a) Land (b) capital (c) labour (d) entrepreneur

8. Staff matters in any organization are treated by …….. (a) Personnel department (b) production department (c) sales department (d) finance department

9. The role of insurance in commerce is essentially to ……… (a) Prevent damage (b)minimize business risk (c) prevent wasteful ventures (d) none of the above

10. Which of the following is not an extractive occupation (a) Dentistry (b) farming (c) fishing (d) Mining?

11. ………. Is the reward of land (a) Entrepreneur (b) Money (c) Capital (d) Rent?

12. The written agreement between partners is (a) partners document (b) partners salary (c) partnership deed (d) partnership business

13. Land is to rent as capital is to ……… (a) Rent age (b) interest (c) wages (d) states in Nigeria

14. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a sole trader?

    (a) He provides capital alone (b) He makes decisions on his own (c) He shares his profits with his partner (d) He takes all the profit or loss

15. Coal mining is an example of ………….. (a) Constructive industry (b) extractive industry (c) direct service (d) tertiary production

16. Which of the following functions is not performed by a retailer (a) Giving credit facility (b) breaking bulk (c) storing various articles for sales (d) buying in small quantities

17. Who of the following renders direct services (a) teacher (b) miner (c) oil driller (d) cook

18. Who is a sole trader (a) a person who trades in soles (b) a person who sells leather soles (c) a person who runs business on his own (d) a group of person who works together

19. Which of the following is NOT a type of partners (a) working partner (b) active partners (c) sleeping or dormant partner (d) nominal partner

20. What is commerce (a) producing raw materials (b) selling raw materials (c) buying and selling of goods and services (d) giving of arms to the poor

21. Which of the following is not a type of production (a) primary production (b) secondary production (c) tertiary production (d) modern production

22. Workers engaged in mining, quarrying and farming are called (a) primary producers (b) tertiary producers (c) secondary producers (d) commercial producers

23. Which of the following is an example of direct service (a) mining (b) petroleum refining (c) medical service (d) farming

24. The type of business own and financed by two or more people is known (a) partners (b) partnership (c) sole proprietorship (d) two man business

25.  ………… is the recording of business transaction in a systematic manner to provide information for use by interested parties (a) accounting (b) book keeping (c) key boarding (d) library  

Past Question JSS 3 Business Studies NECO Revision

JSS 3 BUSINESS STUDIES
1. A written document issued by a drawer to the bank to pay an amount of money is called …………… (a) Teller (b) Cheque (c) Cash (d) voucher 

2. In which bank account does the owner use cheque to withdraw (a) cash (b) current (c) bank (d) savings

3. An advantage of office machine is that they are (a) cheap to maintain (b) electrically operated (c) manually operated (d) time saving

4. The processes through which new products are brought to the notice of the public is known as …………… (a) Commerce (b) transport (c) insurance (d) advertising
5. The act of making financial plan or income and expenditure is called (a) tax (b) salary
(c) Budget (d) finance
6. In communication, the response or reply to a message from the sender to the receiver is (a) Letter (b) telephone (c) feedback (d) communication
7. A trial balance is ……(a) list of all debit and credit payment (b) list of cash receipt and payment (c) list of income and expenditure (d) list of all balances extracted from the ledger
8. Petty cash book is also known as …… (a) Cash book (b) imprest account (c) book keeping (d) single column cash book
9. The officer in-charge of imprest account is known (a) petty cashier (b) imprest officer (c) accountant (d) head of department
10. Paying back to the petty cashier, the amount already spent will lead to (a) decrease in balance (b) increase in balance (c) restoration in imprest (d) ordinary system of accounting
11.If goods are sent by sales van to a buyer, the document issued for the buyer to check the goods is termed the ……… (a) way bill (b) catalogue (c) quotation (d) receipt 12. The small amount paid periodically by a policy holder to an insurance company for risk cover is termed the (a) proposal (b) agreement (c) application (d) premium
13. For proper recording of minor expenses on daily basis a business must keep (a) a ledger (b) a journal (c) a petty cash book (d) a cash book
14. Bursar's office and principal's office in a secondary school are typical examples of ……. Office (a) open (b) general (c) large (d) closed
18. …… is a book of original entry (a) balance sheet (b) trading account (c) journal (d) bank account
19. P.A.Y.E means ………. (a) Pay as you earn (b) pay after you earn (c) pay as you expend (d) pay according to your earning
20. Typewriters use carbon papers to produce more copies, while duplicating machines use to produce more copies (a) films (b) papers (c) stencils (d) notes
21. A banker's bank in Nigeria is the ………. (a) First bank (b) National bank (c) Central bank (d) Nigeria bank
22. A document which is used to send messages from one person to another in the same firm, from one department to another or from one department to another or from one head office to the branches or from a principal to his agents is known as (a) a manuscript (b) a memorandum (c) menu (d) document
23. Book keeping could be defined as (a) keeping of book in the store (b) keeping of book in the library (c) systematic recording of business transaction in manner that financial position will be known at any given time (d) recording of business in manner that the financial position will not be known easily
24. A machine used to destroy all mails, document that are no longer needed in an office is the ……….. (a) Destroyer (b) shredder (c) cabinet (d) perforator
25. An instrument used for holding copies or pages of document together is ………….. (a) Pin (b) cello tape (c) stapler (d) perforator
26. The parties to a cheque are ………… (a) the drawer only (b) the drawer, drawee and payee (c) the payee and drawee only (d) the drawee only
27. A small and instrument for driving staples into paper is known as ……….. (a) Perforator (b) stapler (c) driver (d) stamp pad
28. The document that shows how the monthly earnings of a worker is calculated and arrives at is a (a) calculator (b) pay slip (c) cheque (d) salary
29. In book keeping, all transactions involving cash and bank at the bank is called (a) double (b) real (c) contra (d) triple
30. W hen a cheque is crossed with two parallel lines, it means that (a) it cannot be cross the read (b) it cannot be cashed over the counter (c) no money in the account (d) it can be paid over the counter
31. Journal is a book of ……… (a) Last entry (b) middle entry (c) duplicate entry (d) first or original entry
32. ……… is the principal book of account (a) invoice (b) credit note (c) debit note (d) ledger
33. Assets could be referred to as ……….. (a) properties owned by the business (b) properties loaned by the business (c) properties borrowed by the business (d) properties sold by the business
34. ------------ can be referred to the situation in which a person says only what is true (a) honesty (b) truthfulness (c) facts (d) forthrightness
35. One of the following is NOT an aid to trade (a) Banking (b) Insurance (c) Advertising (d) Stock
36. The place where goods are stored until they are needed is known as ­­­------------ (a) Space bar (b) room (c) bank-house (d) warehouse
37. One of the following is a factor of production (a) land (b) agriculture (c) industry (d) rent
38. Coal mining is an example of ……… (a) Constructive industry (b) extractive industry (c) direct service (d) tertiary production
39. The business financed, formed and controlled by one person is termed ……. (a) Corporation (b) partnership (c) sole proprietorship (d) cooperative society
40. The factor that coordinates or makes use of the other factors of production is the …… (a) Land (b) capital (c) labour (d) entrepreneur
41. Staff matters in any organization are treated by …….. (a) Personnel department (b) production department (c) sales department (d) finance department
42. The role of insurance in commerce is essentially to ……… (a) Prevent damage (b)minimize business risk (c) prevent wasteful ventures (d) none of the above
43. Which of the following is not an extractive occupation (a) Dentistry (b) farming (c) fishing (d) Mining?
44. ………. Is the reward of land (a) Entrepreneur (b) Money (c) Capital (d) Rent?
46. The written agreement between partners is (a) partners document (b) partners salary (c) partnership deed (d) partnership business
47. Land is to rent as capital is to ……… (a) Rent age (b) interest (c) wages (d) states in Nigeria
48. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a sole trader?
(a) He provides capital alone (b) He makes decisions on his own (c) He shares his profits with his partner (d) He takes all the profit or loss
50. Coal mining is an example of ………….. (a) Constructive industry (b) extractive industry (c) direct service (d) tertiary production
51. Which of the following functions is not performed by a retailer (a) Giving credit facility (b) breaking bulk (c) storing various articles for sales (d) buying in small quantities
52. Who of the following renders direct services (a) teacher (b) miner (c) oil driller (d) cook
53. Who is a sole trader (a) a person who trades in soles (b) a person who sells leather soles (c) a person who runs business on his own (d) a group of person who works together
54. Which of the following is NOT a type of partners (a) working partner (b) active partners (c) sleeping or dormant partner (d) nominal partner
55. What is commerce (a) producing raw materials (b) selling raw materials (c) buying and selling of goods and services (d) giving of arms to the poor
56. Which of the following is not a type of production (a) primary production (b) secondary production (c) tertiary production (d) modern production
57. Workers engaged in mining, quarrying and farming are called (a) primary producers (b) tertiary producers (c) secondary producers (d) commercial producers
59. Which of the following is an example of direct service (a) mining (b) petroleum refining (c) medical service (d) farming
60. The type of business own and financed by two or more people is known (a) partners (b) partnership (c) sole proprietorship (d) two man business

SECTION B
1. (a) Identify 5 types of office equipments and state their uses

(b) List 5 Insurance policies that can be taken by a business man

(a) Define fair play and state five of its attribute

2 (a) state five functions of the following
 (i) commercial bank 
 (ii) central bank
(b) State three function of the following (i) retailer (ii) wholesaler
(c) list the factors of production and state their reward

3 Enter the following transactions in the double column cashbook of Orisunbare for July 2000
Naira
July 1 Started business with capital 1,000
1 Capital at bank 2,000
2 Sold goods for cash 500
7 Received cheque from Dejo 600
10 Paid salaries by cheque 500
13 Sold goods and received cheque 400
18 Paid okafor by cash 200
20 Paid rent by cheque 200
25 Withdraw cash from bank 100
27 Paid cash into bank 500
29 Bought goods into bank 200
30 Received cheque from salisu 500
31 cash sales 300

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Jss 2 Home Economics Past Question first term second term third term. Revision Questions



   JSS 2

1. Conflict resolution methods include all of these except (a) dialogue (b) mediation (c) family changes (d) listening

2. Conflict can be stressful and damaging to ………….. (a) Parent (b) friends(c) brothers (d) relationship

3. Conflict in a family is a situation where family members are ………… (a) feeding themselves (b) involved in sharing of food (c) involve in a serious disagreement (d) having a party

4. Which of the following best explain family values (a) family values are social living (b) family values depend upon each other for many things (c) family values are those things that family have or do because they are useful or popular (d) each family has family values

5. Which of the following is not a factor influencing family values and family lifestyles (a) income (b) peace (c) size of the family (d) likes and dislikes

6. Which of these best explains lifestyles (a) life style is the importance a family places on things (b) Life style is the proper planning and management of family resources (c) life style is the way in which a family lives and works (d) life style is the way of life of the wealthy people

7. Which of the following is not one of the rights of the child (a) Every child shall be held in slavery (b) Every child is born free and equal in dignity and right (c) No child shall be subjected to torture or to cruel treatment (d) All children have the right to security

8. Human right violation includes all these except (a) holding someone in slavery (b) subjecting someone to arbitrary  arrest, detention or exile (c) tempering with someone's right to freedom of opinion (d) the right of equal access to public service

9.Which of the following is not a type of food nutrient (a) Carbohydrate (b) Protein (c) Legumes (d) fat and oil

10. Nutrients are …………. (a) Chemical materials in foods (b) liquid substance (c) protective foods (d) edible substances

11. Protein is ……………. (a) body-building food (b) essential food (c) incomplete foods (d) complete foods

13. Which of the following is not affected by family crisis (a) family relationship (b) family cycle (c) family goals (d) family values

14. The following are types of family crisis except …………. (a) good education (b) cultism (c) bereavement (d) accident

15. The following are the nutrients in the food we eat except (a) balanced diet (b) vitamin (c) protein (d) fats and oil

16. For the welfare of the family, conflicts are best (a) overlooked (b) resolved (c) buried (d) ignored

17. The struggle between two or more people who disagree is called (a) conflict (b) crisis (c) problem (d) challenge

18. Conflict in families can arise from any of the following (a) situations, personality, unity (b) situations, personality, power struggles (c) personality situations, affection (d) personality, power struggles, love

19. A situation that marks a turning-point, when things cease to go on as usual in a family is called (a) crisis (b) conflict (c) debate (d) right

20. Surplus carbohydrates in the body is stored as (a) starch (b) acid (c) fat (d) glucose

21. Which of the following is a deficiency disease (a) malaria (b) fever (c) AIDS (d) Kwashiorkor

22. …………… is important for body tissues and fluids (a) fats (b) maize (c) Water (d) bread

23. …………… are for protecting the body from diseases (a) starch (b) vitamins (c) carbohydrate (d) oils

24. Which of the following is a body builder (a) Yam (b) fat (c) beans (d) oil

25. Cooking food in hot oil is (a) boiling (b) frying (c) stewing (d) oiling

                                                                     SECTION B

1.       (a)Briefly explain "family crisis"

(b) State three causes of conflicts in the family

(b) List five fundamental human rights in Nigeria

      2.    (a) State any three uses of food in the body

              (b) List three sources each of the following (i) carbohydrates (ii) fats and oils (iii) proteins (iv) vitamins

              (c) List five deficiency diseases

    3.      (a) list three methods of food preservation

(b) List three methods of food storage

(c) List three methods of cooking foods

Home Economics jss 3 practice questions for first term second term or revision


                                                                  

JSS 3 FIRST TERM Home Economics Past Question

1.  All the items that we wear with our clothes are called (a) accessories (b) jewellery (c) shoes (d) hats

2. Your brothers and sisters are your (a) siblings (b) relations (c) aunties (d) nephews

3. Which of the following is not a flooring covering (a) carpet (b) rug (c) wood (c) mat

4. Which of the following is not a natural fibre (a) cotton (b) silk (c) wool (d) lines

5. man made fibre is also known as ……….. (a) Natural (b) animal (c) synthetic (d) vegetable

6. Which of these fabrics is most suitable for school uniform (a) nylon (b) silk (c) cotton (d) wool

7. A person who creates new styles of clothes is called a fashion ………. (a) Model (b) designer (c) decorator (d) caterer

8. Which of the following is not a sign of pregnancy (a) vomiting (b) nausea (c) breast enlargement (d) cessation of menstruation

9. The complete set of clothes required by a newborn baby is called (a) clothing (b) layette (c) fabric (d) cloths

10. Conflict resolution methods include all of these except (a) dialogue (b) mediation (c) family changes (d) listening

11. Conflict can be stressful and damaging to ………….. (a) Parent (b) friends(c) brothers (d) relationship

12. Conflict in a family is a situation where family members are ………… (a) feeding themselves (b) involved in sharing of food (c) involve in a serious disagreement (d) having a party

13. What is a seam (a) A good seam on the material (b) a beautiful seam on a cloth (c) a good stitch on a material (d) A method of sewing two or more pieces of material together

14.The most expensive among the natural fibres is …………….. (a) cotton (b) wool (c) rayon (d) silk

15. …………. are used by babies while we use napkin on tables (a) napkins (b) nappies (c) nakins (d) nappies

16. In manufacturing processes of all fabrics the last process is ………………… (a) Ironing (b) Dyeing (c) ginning (d) boiling

17. Linen fibre burns with the smell of ……….. (a) Burning paper (b) burnt hair (c) burnt cotton (d) burnt plastic

18. An instrument for protecting the middle finger when sewing is called (a) thimble (b) scissors (c) thread (d) needle

19.  Materials which are made from …………… absorb moisture easily (a) nylon (b) rayon (c) cotton (d) wood

20. Which of the following creases badly (a) Linen (b) silk (c) wool (d) nylon

21. The tiny hair-like strands used for making fabrics are (a) fibres (b) textiles (c) fabrics (d) clothes 

22. A treadle machine is operated with (a) motor (b) hand (c) electric motor (d) foot

23.  The parts of the sewing machine that raises and lowers the needle is (a) presser foot (b)  balance wheel (c) head (d) bobbin

24. One of the following may not influence meal planning (a) age (b) health (c) money (d) season

25. Which of the following will not eat the flesh of animals and fish (a) vegetarian (b) strict vegetation (c) Lacto-vegetarians (d) the aged

26. A strict vegetarian will not eat any (a) food (b) vegetable protein (c) animal food (d) carrot

27. Lactating mothers are …………….. feeding their babies (a) bottle- (b) breast- (c) over- (d) always

28. Which of the following require increased intake of energy foods (a) manual workers (b) sedentary workers (c) clerks (d) Directors

29. Meals for children should be cooked by easily ……………. Method (a) accepted (b) manipulated (c) consumed (d) digested

30 The elements that make up carbohydrates are the following except (a) carbon (b) oxygen (c) sulphur (d) hydrogen

31. With Million's test egg-white gives a …………………. Precipitate (a) yellow (b) white (c) green (d) pink

32. Proteins, e.g. white of egg will ………….. in moist heat (a) coagulate (b) spread (c) enlarge (d) decrease

33. With the bluret's test, protein gives …………… colour. (a) Purple (b) white (c) green (d) pink

34. Proteins are made up of the following except (a) hydrogen (b) carbon (c) nitrogen (d) oxygen

35. A brown honey-like substance formed when sugar is heated is known as ………… (a) Honey (b) liquid sugar (c) caramel (d) brown sugar1. Conflict resolution methods include all of these except (a) dialogue (b) mediation (c) family changes (d) listening

36. Conflict can be stressful and damaging to ………….. (a) Parent (b) friends(c) brothers (d) relationship

37. Conflict in a family is a situation where family members are ………… (a) feeding themselves (b) involved in sharing of food (c) involve in a serious disagreement (d) having a party

38. Which of the following best explain family values (a) family values are social living (b) family values depend upon each other for many things (c) family values are those things that family have or do because they are useful or popular (d) each family has family values

39. Which of the following is not a factor influencing family values and family lifestyles (a) income (b) peace (c) size of the family (d) likes and dislikes

40. Which of these best explains lifestyles (a) life style is the importance a family places on things (b) Life style is the proper planning and management of family resources (c) life style is the way in which a family lives and works (d) life style is the way of life of the wealthy people

41. Which of the following is not one of the rights of the child (a) Every child shall be held in slavery (b) Every child is born free and equal in dignity and right (c) No child shall be subjected to torture or to cruel treatment (d) All children have the right to security

42. Human right violation includes all these except (a) holding someone in slavery (b) subjecting someone to arbitrary  arrest, detention or exile (c) tempering with someone's right to freedom of opinion (d) the right of equal access to public service

43.Which of the following is not a type of food nutrient (a) Carbohydrate (b) Protein (c) Legumes (d) fat and oil

44. Nutrients are …………. (a) Chemical materials in foods (b) liquid substance (c) protective foods (d) edible substances

45. Protein is ……………. (a) body-building food (b) essential food (c) incomplete foods (d) complete foods

46. Which of the following is not affected by family crisis (a) family relationship (b) family cycle (c) family goals (d) family values

47. The following are types of family crisis except …………. (a) good education (b) cultism (c) bereavement (d) accident

48. The following are the nutrients in the food we eat except (a) balanced diet (b) vitamin (c) protein (d) fats and oil

49. For the welfare of the family, conflicts are best (a) overlooked (b) resolved (c) buried (d) ignored

50. The struggle between two or more people who disagree is called (a) conflict (b) crisis (c) problem (d) challenge

51. Conflict in families can arise from any of the following (a) situations, personality, unity (b) situations, personality; power struggles (c) personality situations, affection (d) personality, power struggles, and love

52. A situation that marks a turning-point, when things cease to go on as usual in a family is called (a) crisis (b) conflict (c) debate (d) right

53. Surplus carbohydrates in the body is stored as (a) starch (b) acid (c) fat (d) glucose

54. Which of the following is a deficiency disease (a) malaria (b) fever (c) AIDS (d) Kwashiorkor

55. …………… is important for body tissues and fluids (a) fats (b) maize (c) Water (d) bread

56. …………… are for protecting the body from diseases (a) starch (b) vitamins (c) carbohydrate (d) oils

57. Which of the following is a body builder (a) Yam (b) fat (c) beans (d) oil

58. Cooking food in hot oil is (a) boiling (b) frying (c) stewing (d) oiling24. ……….. are small animals which infest the hair (a) hair lice (b) flies (c) rashes (d) insects

59.  ……………. results when the body is given a blow with sufficient force. (a) cuts (b) bruises (c) injuries (d) stings

60. Which of the following is  important for balance (a) skin (b) nose (c) ear (d) tongue

 

                                             SECTION B

1.       (a) List three properties of cotton

(b) State five reasons for caring for clothing

 (c) List five laundry agents

      2.      (a) State six uses of clothing

                (b) What is figure fault?

                (c)  State four deficiency diseases

      3.      (a) List three types of sewing machine

                (b) State three ways of caring for sewing machine

                 (c) List five factors that influence meal planning

  

Home Economics jss 1 first TERM examination

1. The vitamins found in fruits is called (a) Vitamin B (b) Vitamin E (c) Vitamin D (d) Vitamin C

2. The body organ that is responsible to balancing in movement is (a) skin (b) nose (c) leg (d) ear

3. A narrow tube in the skin, where each hair grows is (a) Hair follicle (b) a pit (c) a scalp (d) an organ

4. The common parasite that lives on the hairs is (a) dandruff (b) lice (c) germs (d) ring worm

5. First set of teeth which human grow are called (a) wisdom teeth (b) junior teeth (c) child teeth (d) milk teeth

6. Sweat is produced in the skin by (a) blood vessels (b) sweat glands (c) dermis (d) oil gland

7. The process of caring for the hand and finger nail is (a) pedicure (b) hand care (c) manicure (d) finger nail care

8. Which of the following prevent body odour due to sweat (a) deodorant (b) lotion (c) body cream (d) moisturizing cream

9. The outer skin of human being is known as (a) outer skin (b) dermis (c) epidermis (d) dermatol

10. Part of the tooth which we do not see is hidden in the ……………. (a) Gum (b) socket (c) jaw (d) enamel

11. The following are the type of skin diseases except     (a) Ringworm (b) Scabies   (c) Pimples (d) Headaches

12. The following are used in caring for our hair except (a) comb (b) hair cream (c) shampoo (d) detergent

13. …………. Is an example of eye defects (a) eye problem (b) eye disease (c) long sightedness (e) yellow eye

14. ……………. Is the process of caring for the hand and finger nails (a) Manicuring (b) Pedicuring (c) nail treatment (d) bathing

15. …………… are bites from insects such as wasp, bee and scorpion (a) Stings (b) burns (c) scalds (d) cuts

16. Lack of care of the nose causes the following except (a) Nose bleeding (b) Nasal infection (c) Breading difficulties (d) Nose disease

17. ……………… means keeping the natural balance of the body aligned (a) Good posture (b) manicure (c) weight lifting (d) sitting order

18. Which of the following prevents dryness of hair and scalp (a) shampoo (b) spray (c) hair cream (d) brush

19. Which of the following is important for healthy teeth (a) fluoride (b) chloride (c) nutrient (d) protein

20. The tool for filling and shaping the nails is (a) nail buffer (b) nail polish (c) nail stick (d) nail board

21. The set of teeth located in the centre of the front of the jaw are the (a) incisors (b) canines (c) molars (d) premolars

22. Which of the following is also important for balance (a) skin (b) nose (c) ear (d) tongue

23. The following are the types of teeth except (a) canine (b) molar (c) premolar (d) white teeth

24. ……….. are small animals which infest the hair (a) hair lice (b) flies (c) rashes (d) insects

25.  ……………. results when the body is given a blow with sufficient force. (a) cuts (b) bruises (c) injuries (d) stings

                                                                                SECTION B

Answer all the questions

1. (a) state two ways of preventing hair infections

    (b) List five materials used in caring for the hair

    (c) List five four hair infections

2. (a) list two eye defects

    (b) Define good posture

    (c) State four importance of maintaining good posture

3. (a)   What is manicure

     (b) List four tools used in manicuring

     (c) List three ways of caring for our teeth

                                                                  

Multiples of numbers

We can also do multiple of numbers by doing repeated addition

New Era Nursery Mathematics Book 3. Spectrum Books

Everyday Mathematics With Ugo C. Ugo

Based on the weekly Activities of the school

Mathematics Quantitative English Verbal

Class work

Monday            1 to 5

Tuesday            6 to 10

Wednesday       11 to 15

Thursday           16 to 20

Friday                 21 to 25 

Homework

Based on the weekly activities of the school

Mathematics Quantitative English Verbal

Monday            26 to 30

Tuesday           31 to 35

Wednesday      36 to 40

Thursday          41 to 45

Friday                46 to 50

End Time Realities

Copied. Pls read with an open mind and allow it to minister to your heart
10 OMINOUS END-TIME REALITIES I AM AFRAID TO TELL MY GENERATION….

Please read this with God's wisdom:

1. Our generation hardly knows the true Jesus Christ of the Bible. We have created a 21st century Jesus in a mould that is convenient for us to follow. A flexible and docile Jesus that tolerates almost everything from his lukewarm followers.

2. Because of number 1, WELL OVER 90% of our churches are completely unknown to God (in the intimate sense of the word).

3. Because of number 2, WELL OVER 90% of our men of God were never called by God, or have forgotten their commission from God. Heaven has cut them lose, though they remain active in office. Most of the top General Overseers in the Church in Nigeria have been side-lined by heaven. They are running on old steam.

4. Because of number 3, WELL OVER 90% of our doctrines and practices are NOT in full sync with the unadulterated Gospel of Jesus Christ. Thus, there is very little spiritual understanding in the Body of Christ.

5. Because of number 4, WELL OVER 90% of our brethren are not GENUINELY born again – though they profess Christianity, attend church regularly, and claim to be on the way to heaven.

6. Because of number 5, WELL OVER 90% of believers will not make the rapture, if Jesus Christ was to return tonight, for example.

7. Because of number 6, Jesus is today sending several watchmen to the Body of Christ so that His coming will not catch His sheep by surprise. "Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping" (Mark 13:36). But, like in the days of Noah, most will NOT heed His warning until it is too late.

8. Number 7 is a consequence of the high-level bewitchment and satanic manipulation that have bound professed believers to the religious, church system of today that is devoid of the life of God. This is the result of the increased satanic manifestation that is rapidly approaching its climax – just before the Son of Man heralds His return with the trump of God.

9. As the world speeds towards God's imminent judgment, evangelism that results in genuine conversion has been replaced with recruiting converts into denominations – not unto Christ. So the church is growing, but the Kingdom of God is not advancing on earth.

10. As the end-time church faces the greatest level of deception, as the love of Christ is waxing cold among believers, as the focus on heavenly prayers has waned among believers, Satan is today setting the stage for the emergence of the anti-Christ. This is happening rapidly along political, economic, social, scientific and religious lines. The plan is coming together piece-by-piece. And it is unstoppable. For it is written.

HOW TO PROCESS THE ABOVE INFORMATION:

Please do not just believe these 10 facts at face value. Neither should you throw them away. Rather, please pray for understanding. Nay, CRY EARNESTLY to God for understanding. When this understanding comes, you'll be able to better comprehend three things:

1. Why the end-time church is (and may remain) in this state of lukewarmness.

2. Why Jesus made this rather curious statement in Luke 18:8b, "Nevertheless, when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?"

3. Why Jesus repeatedly used the phrase 'WATCH and PRAY' in relation to the end-time. This is a period of HUGE DECEPTION when we need the whole armour of God to stand in the Christian faith.

An inner revelation of these points will keep every believer WATCHFUL and PRAYERFUL in these times. Please do not automatically presume that you are truly born again and that you are truly in Christ. Our generation barely knows the true Jesus Christ, so how can we be sure we are in what we don't even know very well (read: Whom we don't even know very well)? Please forget your spiritual title. Forget your position in the church. Just examine yourself before God as a child.

Please pray and pray and pray that God should reveal Jesus Christ to your heart afresh. Let every fibre in your body yearn for Jesus Christ at all times, and for fellowship with Him. And, please be ready to pay THE PRICE OF FOLLOWERSHIP as God reveals Christ to you. Following Jesus Christ, genuinely, is VERY COSTLY. Salvation is free, but following Jesus is NOT free! This is why He urged us, in Luke 14:28-35, to count the cost of followership BEFORE embarking on the journey of discipleship. Please meditate on this passage.

Next, be totally ready to separate yourself from the empty religious system of our days. Involvement will result in bewitchment and spiritual paralysis. We cannot change the system - because God does not intend to change the system. The system has already been prophesied in the Bible, and all these MUST come to pass. So, separation is the key. It is this separation that will EVENTUALLY give us access to the genuine Body of Christ on earth (few though they are). For Christianity is a communion, a fellowship – not a stand-alone show.

Through Jesus Christ, you can still deliver yourself from the impending peril. Through Jesus Christ, and in the place of earnest prayers, you can still deliver your family from the impending peril (Acts 16:31).

Above all, be fully ready to obey God's word in the Bible. This is the only path to safety. Outside the word of God, danger lurks everywhere. Obeying God in these days will be challenging. More challenging than usual, because we live in darker days. The Bible already made it clear that "… we must through MUCH TRIBULATION enter into the kingdom of God" (Acts 14:22).

Finally, please note that PRAYER IS VERY, VERY CRUCIAL in these days. The place of heaven-focussed prayer cannot be over-emphasised. "Watch ye therefore, and PRAY ALWAYS, that ye may be ACCOUNTED WORTHY TO ESCAPE all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man." (Luke 21:36). ESCAPE is necessary in these Last Days, but, sadly, NOT EVERY BELIEVER WILL BE ABLE TO ESCAPE.

God's grace is abounding and sufficient to safely lead us through the perils of these days. But we need to be STRONG in this grace (2 Timothy 2:1), and we need to GROW in this grace (2 Peter 3:18) so that we can maximise all that Christ has FREELY SECURED FOR US AT CALVARY. Jesus Christ is waiting to help all that will truly put their trust in Him, carry their cross, and follow Him Home. The time is near.

"Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, To the only wise God our Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen." (Jude 24-25)

Thanks for reading, God bless you real good.

#WhatWeCallChurchIsNotWhatGodCallsChurch
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Introduction to fine art jss 1 review questions

1. 

The degree of lightness or darkness in a work of art is _____________________.

A. 

Color

B. 

Shape

C. 

Value

D. 

Form

2. 

The response of vision to wavelengths of light is _______________________.

A. 

Color

B. 

Line

C. 

Shape

D. 

Space

3. 

A symbol of direction: the boundaries of shape is ______________________.

A. 

Form

B. 

Line

C. 

Texture

D. 

Value

4. 

A 2-D area enclosed by a line that establishes contour is __________________.

A. 

Space

B. 

Form

C. 

Color

D. 

Shape

5. 

A shape that has or appears to have volume or looks 3-D is ___________________.

A. 

Line

B. 

Form

C. 

Shape

D. 

Space

6. 

The way an artwork feels or appears to the touch is _______________________.

A. 

Texture

B. 

Space

C. 

Value

D. 

Color

7. 

Anything that is around and between forms, shapes and lines is ________________.

A. 

Texture

B. 

Space

C. 

Shape

D. 

Color

8. 

The primary colors are __________________.

A. 

Red, Yellow and Orange

B. 

Green, Orange and Violet

C. 

Red, Yellow and Blue

D. 

Green, Orange and Blue

9. 

The secondary colors are ______________.

A. 

Red, Orange and Yellow

B. 

Green, Blue and Orange

C. 

Green, Blue and Violet

D. 

Red, Yellow and Blue

10. 

Colors on the color wheel that are opposite each other are called _________________.

A. 

Primary

B. 

Secondary

C. 

Intermediate

D. 

Complimentary

11. 

Which of the following is NOT an example of texture ___________________.

A. 

Rough

B. 

Smooth

C. 

Running

D. 

Bumpy

12. 

Colors that are made by mixing primary and secondary colors together are called ____________.

A. 

Primary

B. 

Secondary

C. 

Intermediate

D. 

Complimentary

13. 

What is it called when you mix white with a color?

A. 

A tan

B. 

A tint

C. 

A tent

D. 

A shade

14. 

When you mix black with a color it is called __________________.

A. 

A tan

B. 

A tint

C. 

A tent

D. 

A shade

Living things and non loving things

Living things are things that have lives in them. They can grow, eat or move. Examples of living things are men, women trees, rats, rabbits etc. 

Non living things are things that do not have lives in them. They cannot move, eat or grow. Examples of non living things are stones, baskets and table 



All living things are capable of doing some things in similar and these things that they can be in similar cam be collectively called              MR NIGER D

M=movement 
R=Reproduction 
N=Nutrition 
I=Irritability 
G=Growth 
E=Excretion 
R=Respiration 
D=Death 



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Little drops of water

Just Drops!

Recently, when I was going to bed after using my bathroom, I started hearing sound of drops of water from the tap in slow successions, but since it was dropping into an empty bucket, I decided to let it be.

But, alas! When I woke up the next morning, around 5am, the bucket was almost full! I was surprised that just drops even in such slow successions could produce that much. I couldn't help it, 'Just drops?!' I questioned rhetorically.

But the following night, I made sure that the tap in my bathroom was locked completely and I checked the bucket and saw that it was empty, though wet. Then I went to sleep.

I guess you already know what I saw the next morning. The bucket was not wet as I had left it, but it was now dry!

Then I realized the importance of a drop and how much difference it can make in all ramifications of one's life compared to a dry tap.

Imagine letting the drops be for a year, I would be scooping with drums at the end of the year!

So, how about that drop of savings?

How about a drop of reading useful books today and every day?

How about that drop of a verse of the scripture today and every day?

How about that drop of prayer today and every day?

How about that drop of a soul won for Christ today and every day?

How about a drop of worship today and every day?

How about a drop of step towards your God-given dream today and every day?

How about a drop of giving into your heavenly account?

What virtue and discipline will you start today in little drops?

Never neglect the importance of a drop, for when the harvest time comes, you would have made a big difference. May God Bless Us! Have a wonderful day!

Motivation for today

*MOTIVATION FOR TODAY:*

*Don't complicate life. We won't be here forever. Once this day is over, it's gone forever. Your time is too valuable to waste on nonsense.*

*No matter what knocks you down in life, get back up and keep going.*
*Never give up. Great blessings are a result of great perseverance.*

*Talking about our problems is our greatest addiction. Break the habit.*
*Talk about your joys.*

*Good things come to those who believe, better things come to those who are patient, and the best things come to those who don't give up.*

*Do not pray for an easy life; pray for the strength to endure a difficult one.*

*Disappointments were not meant to destroy you. They were meant to strengthen you & give you fortitude to accomplish your God-given destiny.*

*We tend to forget that happiness doesn't come as a result of getting something we don't have, but of appreciating what we do have.*

*Regrets are for pussies. Shit happens, deal with it and just enjoy the ride.*

*Your child will follow your example, not your advice.*

*One day, you'll be just a memory for some people. Do your best to be a good one.*

*Associate yourself with people of good quality, for it is better to be alone than in bad company.*

*Don't fear change. You may lose something good, but you may also gain something great.*

*When you love what you have, you have everything you need.*

*The greatest act of faith some days is to simply get up and face another day.*

*Never let the things you want make you forget the things you have. *GRATITUDE.*

*Commitment means staying loyal to what you said you were going to do, long after the mood you said it in has left you. *COMMITMENT*

*When you choose to forgive those who have hurt you, you take away their power.*

*Patience is not the ability to wait, but how you act while you're waiting.*

*Isn't it ironic:*
*- We ignore the ones that adore us*
*- Adore the ones who ignore us*
*- Love the ones who hurt us*
*- Hurt the ones that love us*

*Sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together. Every story has an end, but in life every end is just a new beginning.*

*You were born to win, although to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, & expect to win.*

*Every day is a NEW beginning, take a deep breath and START AGAIN.*

*You are loved.*
*You are wonderfully made.*
*You are beautiful.*
*You have purpose.*
*You are a masterpiece.*
*God has a great plan for you.*

*5 rules of a relationship:*
*1. Stay faithful.*
*2. Make them feel wanted.*
*3. Respect your partner.*
*4. Don't flirt with others.*
*5. Make time.*

*Don't compare your progress with that of others. We all need our own time to travel our own distance.*

*Surround yourself only with people who are going to lift you higher.*

*Bad things happen:*
*- Every day.*
*-To everyone.*
*The difference is in how people deal with it.*

*When you make a commitment, you build hope. When you keep it, you build trust.*

*Two things define you: Your patience when you have nothing, and your attitude when you have everything.*

*Being honest may not get you a lot of FRIENDS but it'll always get you the RIGHT ONES.*

*Shoutout to everyone trying to get their life together. Working on yourself is the hardest part of life. Keep going, no matter where you are.*

*Be selective in your battles. Sometimes peace is better than being right.*

*Keep people in your life who truly love you, motivate you, and make you happy. If you know people who do none of these things, let them go.*

*Be happy not because everything is good, but because you can see the good side of everything. *OPTIMISM*

*NO ➔ Shortcuts*
*NO ➔ Quick fixes*
*NO ➔ Blaming others*
*NO ➔ I'll do tomorrows*
*NO ➔ EXCUSES!!*

*Surround yourself with positive people who will support you when it rains, not just when it shines.*m

*Being defeated is often a temporary condition; giving up is what makes it permanent.*

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