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I. Complete the conversation below with the right item chosen from those in the brackets. (5 marks)

Sonia: Hello Adama. Did you listen to the radio last night? Adama: Hi, Sonia. No, I didn’t. I am not fond of radio programmes. I prefer watching television in the evenings. Sonia: I would rather listen to some good music, and more importantly, some pieces of information on radio. This makes me relax and be aware of things here and there. Adama: I don’t mind listening  to music, but I enjoy the dramas on TV. Sonia: Ok, there was a programme on how people should fight against communicable diseases. If the populations had followed these instructions, the world would have been healthier. Adama: That sounds interesting. You are right; the more people are sensitized on the importance of washing their hands with soap and clean water, wearing face masks, avoiding physical contacts with infected people, the less vulnerable they become. Sonia: Don’t worry. Whatever the case, better late than never. Let’s put these instructions into practice so as to save our families and other people’s lives, shall we?

II. Rewrite each sentence as indicated in the brackets. Write your answers in the space provided. (5 marks)

1. Anita said that the war in her region would soon stop.
2. This is the farmer who lost all his harvest in the bushfire incident.
3. Both the municipal elections and the legislative elections were free and fair.
4. Although Mando worked so hard, he did not pass his entrance examination into ENSET.
5. You cannot take part in an election unless you register on the electoral list and get a voter’s card.


I) Write in the space provided the words nearest in meaning to the underlined ones in the sentences. (5 marks)

1. Prohibited in schools: Banned
2. Buy goods in bulk: Large quantity
3. The vice-president had the honour to chair the meeting: Deputy
4. Bilingualism helps to boost national integration: Enhance
5. The CRTV will hire a new journalist: Recruit

II) Transform the words in into the form that suits the context. (5 marks)

1. People make the choice of the clothes they wear according to their areas of origin. People from the west region would prefer the Ndop cloth.
2. In Cameroon, people have the freedom to practise the religion that they like; we have Christians and Muslims who live together despite their religious leanings.
3. At the Monday morning assembly, everybody stands still when it is said, ‘’Get ready for the hoisting of the national flag.
4. The supporters of Ngannou were very disappointed when he was beaten KO by his British opponent Anthony Joshua.
5. Some aspects of our traditions should be forbidden because of their cruel nature; an example of such traditions is breast ironing. Its perpetrators should be sued in court.


Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions that follow it. Use your own words as far as possible.

1. The text discusses the significance and roles of various professions in society. It emphasizes the importance of jobs in the economy and highlights the specific responsibilities of several professions including teachers, doctors, police officers, firefighters, farmers, chefs, waiters, and artists. Each profession contributes uniquely to the functioning of society and the economy. The text underscores the value of these jobs and the services they provide to individuals and communities.
2. here are four types of jobs mentioned in the text:
Teachers: Educational professionals tasked with helping students understand certain subjects and topics.
Doctors: Medical professionals who specialize in providing health-related assistance to patients.
Police Officers: Law enforcement professionals whose job is to protect citizens, solve crimes, and assure that rules and regulations are followed.
Farmers: Individuals who maintain fields of crops and/or collections of animals with the intention of selling these products as food.
3. two types of professionals and their roles in the domain of restaurants and cafeterias:
Chefs or Cooks: They prepare meals in professional settings, including restaurants, cafeterias, and other venues wherein food and drink are sold, for customers. Chefs are generally experienced in cooking and managing kitchens.
Waiters: They bring menus, beverages, meals, and ultimately, the check (or a bill of the foods and drinks purchased in a transaction) to tables in restaurants and other establishments that serve food.
4. Two types of professionals and their roles in the protection of citizens as stated in the text:
Police Officers: They are law enforcement professionals whose job is to protect citizens, solve crimes, and assure that rules and regulations are followed.
Firefighters: They serve the public by responding to fires and other emergency situations. They use high-tech equipment to extinguish fires and bring any individuals who are in danger to safety.
5. Two types of specialty doctors mentioned in the text along with their domains of intervention:
Dentists: They are often referred to as mouth/teeth doctors. Their domain of intervention includes diagnosing and treating issues related to oral health, including dental health and diseases.
Dermatologists: They are often referred to as skin doctors. Their domain of intervention includes diagnosing and treating skin conditions and diseases. They also provide advice on skin care.
6. People have foodstuff to cook in their homes thanks to Farmers. Farmers maintain fields of crops or vegetable/fruit plants and/or collections of animals with the intention of selling these products as food. They play a crucial role in the food supply chain.
However, if someone wants to be less dependent on farmers for their food supply, they could consider starting a home garden or small-scale farming. This involves growing their own fruits, vegetables, and perhaps even raising small livestock, depending on their resources and local regulations. They could also learn preservation techniques to store and use their produce throughout the year. This not only provides a source of fresh, locally grown food but also can be a rewarding hobby. Please note that this requires time, effort, and a suitable space for gardening or farming. It’s also important to learn about the specific needs of the plants or animals one chooses to raise.


Write a composition of between 250 and 300 words on any ONE of the following topics.

1) You have completed your studies in accounting and you are looking for a job. ENEO has advertised the post of an accountant. Write a letter of application to theGeneral Manager of ENEO, Douala.
Focus on your qualifications and your experience and say how you will improve the output of the company.

Your name is Sopenou Emmanuel and your address is P.O. Box 53, Gamboura.

P.O. Box 53, Gamboura
April 27, 2024

General Manager,

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing to apply for the position of Accountant as advertised by your esteemed company, ENEO. I am Sopenou Emmanuel, a recent graduate in Accounting, and I believe that my educational background and passion for finance make me a suitable candidate for this role.

During my studies, I have gained substantial knowledge in various areas of accounting including financial reporting, auditing, and tax accounting. I have also completed an internship where I had the opportunity to apply my theoretical knowledge in a practical setting. This experience has equipped me with the ability to manage financial records accurately and perform financial analysis to aid in business decision-making.
I am proficient in using various accounting software and have a strong understanding of financial regulations and standards. I am confident that my skills and experience will allow me to manage ENEO's financial records effectively and contribute to improving the company's financial performance.
In addition to my technical skills, I am a dedicated professional who values integrity and confidentiality. I am known for my attention to detail and my ability to work well under pressure. I am confident that these qualities will enable me to contribute positively to your team.
I am excited about the possibility of working with ENEO and am eager to contribute to your continued success. I look forward to the opportunity to discuss my application further.
Thank you for considering my application.

Yours sincerely,
Sopenou Emmanuel

2. The Impact of Early Marriage on Education and Life Opportunities

Early marriage, a practice still prevalent in some parts of the world, often results in young girls being deprived of their right to education. This practice, while deeply rooted in tradition and culture, can have far-reaching negative impacts on a girl's life.

Education is a fundamental right and plays a pivotal role in personal and societal development. It empowers individuals, opens doors to opportunities, and promotes social and economic growth. For girls, education is particularly important as it equips them with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate life, make informed decisions, and contribute to their communities.

The lack of education resulting from early marriage can negatively affect a girl's life in several ways. It limits her career prospects and economic independence, increases her vulnerability to poverty, and often leads to adverse health outcomes. Moreover, it perpetuates a cycle of poverty and gender inequality, as uneducated mothers are less likely to educate their daughters.

However, it's important to acknowledge that every practice has its reasons and potential benefits, even if they don't outweigh the drawbacks. Early marriage can provide financial relief for families in dire economic situations. It can also ensure social security for girls in societies where unmarried women face stigma and discrimination.

Nevertheless, the importance of education cannot be overstated. Efforts should be made to raise awareness about the detrimental effects of early marriage and the benefits of female education. Policies should be implemented to discourage early marriage and promote girls' enrollment and retention in schools. Only then can we hope for a world where every girl has the right to shape her own destiny.

3. Address on World Computer Literacy Day: Responsible Use of ICT Tools
Good morning, students, teachers, and distinguished guests. It is a pleasure to be here with you at Government Bilingual High School Etug-Ebe on this special occasion of World Computer Literacy Day. Our theme today is "Responsible Use of ICT Tools," and I am excited to discuss this crucial topic with you.
First, let's start by defining ICT. ICT stands for Information and Communication Technology, which encompasses a range of digital tools and systems that facilitate communication, data storage, and information processing. Some common ICT tools include computers, smartphones, tablets, the internet, and software applications. These tools have revolutionized how we learn, work, and interact with each other.
ICT tools can significantly impact your education and school performance in several ways. They provide access to a wealth of information, enabling you to conduct research, complete assignments, and stay updated with the latest knowledge. Online platforms and educational software can enhance your learning experience, offering interactive lessons and assessments that help reinforce your understanding. Additionally, communication tools like email and messaging apps make it easier to collaborate with classmates and teachers, allowing for efficient teamwork on projects.
Beyond academics, ICT tools play a role in building social relationships. Social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp allow you to connect with friends and family, share experiences, and build communities. They can also help you network with people who share similar interests, fostering a sense of belonging and support.
However, it's crucial to recognize the potential risks associated with the abusive use of ICT tools. Excessive screen time can lead to health issues such as eye strain and sleep disturbances. Overuse of social media can also impact mental health, causing anxiety, depression, or feelings of isolation. Moreover, the online environment can expose you to cyberbullying, inappropriate content, and privacy risks.
To use ICT tools responsibly, I encourage you to set boundaries for screen time, prioritize face-to-face interactions, and be mindful of your online presence. Always protect your personal information and report any harmful behavior you encounter online.
In conclusion, ICT tools are incredibly valuable for education and social relationships when used responsibly. By being aware of their benefits and risks, you can make the most of these tools to enhance your learning and personal connections. I hope today's discussion inspires you to use ICT tools wisely and make informed choices. Thank you, and enjoy World Computer Literacy Day.