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1. Which Question Paper Type of Literature in
English as indicated above is given to you?
A. Type Green. B. Type Purple.
C. Type Red. D. Type Yellow.
Questions 2 to 5 are based on J.C. De Graft’s
Sons and Daughters.
2. Who is the paternal aunt to Aaron and Maanan?
A. Mrs Bonu. B. Hannah.
C. Fosuwa. D. Adwao.
3. From the play, George is a
A. laboratory attendant B. pharmacist
C. nurse D. medical doctor.
Use the question below to answer questions 4 and 5.
‘If you touch me I shall smash your face with this bottle.’
The statement is made by
A. Maanan to lawyer B B. Maanan to Mrs Bonu C. James to Awere D. Awere to Aaron.
4. The issue at stake is that
A. Maanan is trying to compromise
B. Lawyer B is trying to kiss Maanan
C. James sees Awere as a bad influence
D. Mrs Bonu is taunting Maanan for loving her husband.
Questions 6 to 10 are based on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet,
5. ‘From forth the fatal loins of these two foes A pair of star-crossed lovers takes
The lines above suggest that the tragedy in the play A. could, have been averted
B. is predestined
C. is brought on by enmity
D. brought misfortune on the lovers.
6. ‘O she doth teach the torches to burn bright! It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night
A rich jewel in an Ethiop’s ear.
From the lines above, Juliet’s beauty is presented
A. in contrast to the dark night
B. as a source of envy to all
C. in terms of riches
D. as being outstanding.
7. ‘The all-seeing sun Ne’er saw match since first the world begun’.
The lines above are spoken by
A. Count Paris in praise of Juliet
B. Romeo in praise of Juliet
C. Romeo in praise of Roseline
D. Lady Capulet in praise of Roseline.
8. The major role of Mercutio in the play is to
A. serve as a contrast to Romeo
B. aid and abet Romeo’s passion
C. annoy Tybalt
D. accompany Romeo to Friar Lawrence.
9. The play shares the feature of classical tragedy through the use of
A. violence on stage B. chorus
C. comic relief D. flashback.
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