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Question 1 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
He takes a rather forceful position on dealing with his members 
B
He takes an unfavourable position concerning his members 
C
He takes a sicky view of his members 
D
He takes a rather hazy view of his members 
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Question 2 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
People are not ruled by the leaders they want 
B
People are not concerned about who rules them 
C
The rulers are not concerned about the people 
D
People who rule are not intersested in the ruled 
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Question 3 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
He had no hatred for the brothers 
B
He had no axe and therefore stole the matchet 
C
He had no axe and therefore borrowed their matchet 
D
He had no vested interest in the brothers. 
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Question 4 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
They moved happily because they won the match the match 
B
They were unhappy because they had been despised by their opponents 
C
They were ashamed because they had been defeated 
D
They moved with their tails between their legs 
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Question 5 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
He delieverd a speech despite the difficult 
B
He managed to give a speech out of a difficult situation 
C
He managed to get himself out of a difficult situation 
D
He managed to talk on his way 
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Question 6 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
We are completely at loss 
B
We are irrevocably committed 
C
We are already qualified 
D
We are perfectly committed 
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Question 7 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
He is conceited 
B
He is complete 
C
He is a rich man 
D
He is careful 
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Question 8 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
The Super Eagles were playing in the tournament for the first time, but they won their match by three goals to nothing 
B
Though the Super Eagles were rated as the weakest side in the tournament, they won their first match by three goals to nil 
C
Even though the Super Eagles were playing without some of their stars, they won their match by three goals to nil 
D
As the best trackers inthe match, the Super Eagles easily defeated their opponents by three goals to nothing 
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Question 9 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
She was sad because her husband was absolutely drunk 
B
She was apprehensive that her husband would drink as soon as he recovered fromdrunken stupor 
C
She was sad because her husband was drunk and always as helpless as a dead man 
D
She was mourning because her husband drank and died 
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Question 10 Use of English 2010 | JAMB/UTME (2010)
A
an enervating 
B
a debilitating 
C
a difficult 
D
an easy 
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