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WAEC questions for "Literature in English :: African Drama"
Q1
After his speech, the speaker
A
unlocks the gold casket
B
engages his lover
C
unfold his marriage
D
celebrates his victory
E

Answer: A

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Q2
Speaker A is
A
first chief
B
priest
C
Odewale
D
second chief
E

Answer: C

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Q3
Speaker A is addressing
A
second chief
B
towns people
C
third chief
D
Ojuola
E

Answer: B

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Q4
The land is not at peace because of
A
sickness and death
B
famine and war
C
chieftancy tussle
D
political unrest
E

Answer: A

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Q5
Speaker A's duty is to
A
cure the people's illness
B
guard the palace
C
visit sick people
D
rule and protect the people
E

Answer: D

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Q6
Where are Speakers A and B when the above statements were made? They were at
A
Speaker A's clinic
B
the house of Speaker B
C
the farm
D
the palace
E

Answer: D

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Q7

'My Lord' refers to

A

third chief

B

Aderopo

C

Odewale

D

first chief

E

Answer: A

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Q8

'The charges' are made on the basis of

A

treason

B

murder

C

jealousy

D

suspicion

E

Answer: D

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Q9

'Bedsharer' implies

A

adultery

B

matrimony

C

divorce

D

separation

E

Answer: D

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Q10

The 'blind bat' is

A

first chief

B

Odewale

C

third chief

D

Baba Fakunle

E

Answer: D

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Q11
Speaker A is
A
first chief
B
Odewale
C
third chief
D
Ojuola
E

Answer: D

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Q12
Speaker A is
A
Odewale
B
Iya aburo
C
Ojuola
D
third chief
E

Answer: D

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Q13
The trouble in the land is
A
an epidemic
B
famine
C
war
D
land dispute
E

Answer: C

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Q14
Speaker B is
A
Aderopo
B
Odewale
C
Priest
D
Baba Fakunle
E

Answer: A

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Q15
Ifa oracle is consulted at
A
Ede
B
Osogbo
C
Ife
D
Kutuje
E

Answer: C

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Q16
The cause of the trouble is
A
rivalry
B
incest
C
jealousy
D
war
E

Answer: B

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Q17
Speaker A is
A
Aya
B
Christie
C
Ananse
D
Ekuwa
E

Answer: C

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Q18
Speaker B is
A
Ekuwa
B
Anansewa
C
Ananse
D
Akosua
E

Answer: B

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Q19

The delicious news is the

A

head drink ceremony

B

chieftaincy ceremony

C

marriage proposal

D

the delivery of a cheque

E

Answer: C

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Q20

The 'delicious news' is delivered by

A

the postman

B

Chief who is chief

C

the honourable

D

the messanger

E

Answer: A

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Q21
Speaker A is
A
Anansewa
B
Chief who is chief
C
the messenger
D
Ananse
E

Answer: B

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Q22
The speaker is
A
Chief Sapa
B
Anansewa
C
Ananse
D
Chief who is chief
E

Answer: A

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Q23

The 'little affair' is about

A

Ananse

B

Togbe Klu IV

C

Chief Sapa

D

Anansewa

E

Answer: D

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Q24
'The object' of interest is
A
Anansewa
B
Ananse
C
chieftaincy
D
marriage
E

Answer: D

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Q25
Speaker A is
A
Christe
B
Aya
C
Ananse
D
Anansewa
E

Answer: D

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Q26
Speaker B is
A
Ananse
B
messenger
C
Christe
D
Anansewa
E

Answer: D

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Q27
Speaker A is Speaker B's
A
niece
B
sister
C
daughter
D
father
E

Answer: D

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Q28
The speaker is
A
Ekuwa
B
Christe
C
Aya
D
Ananse
E

Answer: C

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Q29
The brass bowl is meant
A
to collect gifts
B
for food
C
as a gift
D
for rituals
E

Answer: A

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Q30
The above speech is made at the
A
naming ceremony
B
christening ceremony
C
out-dooring ceremony
D
chieftaincy ceremony
E

Answer: C

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Q31
The suitor who finally marries Anansewa is
A
Chief Sapa
B
Chief who is chief
C
Chief of the mines
D
Togbe Klu IV
E

Answer: B

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