JSS 2 English 3rd Test 2023/2024
  • 1. The /p/ sound can be found in the word ________________
A) 'receipt'
B) 'photo'
C) 'supplement'
D) 'psalm'
  • 2. Choose the word that contains the /k/ sound.
A) choice
B) carrot
C) chance
D) knowledge
  • 3. Identify the word with the /t/ sound.
A) thanks
B) depot
C) hustler
D) star
  • 4. Identify the word that contains the /b/ sound.
A) doubt
B) debate
C) womb
D) comb
  • 5. Identify the word with the /g/ sound.
A) bridge
B) lodge
C) dagger
D) German
  • 6. /u/-
A) pause
B) cub
C) wolf
D) hundred
  • 7. /u:/-
A) shuttle
B) butterfly
C) rude
D) book
  • 8. Which of the statements makes use of a transitive verb?
A) The king died in his sleep.
B) He played the guitar perfectly.
C) I slept peacefully through the night.
D) The book lies on the table.
  • 9. Identify the sentence with an intransitive verb.
A) He built a strong wooden shelf.
B) We decorated the room with colourful balloons.
C) He left home early today.
D) The chef prepared a tasty meal.
  • 10. Which of the options expresses a simple present tense?
A) Mus'ab and Habeeb are taking their breakfast.
B) Teniola always minds her business.
C) Ola sat quietly in the class.
D) They have finished from work today.
  • 11. Which of the options expresses the simple future tense?
A) The nurse has injected the patient.
B) We shall call the adhan at 4:10pm today.
C) Timi performed excellently well at the concert.
D) Mazeedah comes here everyday.
  • 12. Which of the statements expresses a present perfect tense?
A) You have made the whole class proud.
B) My dad came back from work early today.
C) She likes to cook delicious meal for the family.
D) The boys are sweating it out on the field.
  • 13. Identify the sentence in the simple past tense.
A) The politician had fulfilled one of his promises before he was indicted for mismanagement of public funds.
B) The tourist drove round the city in a Ferrari.
C) The boy listens attentively in class.
D) Fatade has served in the army before.
  • 14. A descriptive composition can be used to ____________________________
A) give direction or explain how something is done.
B) express written arguments in support of a particular motion or against it.
C) express one's opinion on issues of public concern.
D) tell stories of human beings and animals, whether real or imagined.
  • 15. /aː/-
A) clerk
B) waste
C) search
D) prayer
  • 16. /ɜː/-
A) world
B) pride
C) short
D) bread
  • 17. /ɔː/-
A) friend
B) party
C) fault
D) shot
  • 18. Identify a sentence that contains an intransitive verb.
A) I baked a delicious cake yesterday.
B) The rain falls steadily from the clouds.
C) She bought a new bicycle for her son.
D) Muiz broke the doorknob.
  • 19. Identify the sentence with a transitive verb.
A) The stars shine bright in the sky
B) The birds sing happily every morning.
C) The wind blew softly across my window.
D) I read an interesting book yesterday.
  • 20. Choose the option that correctly that changes 'He teaches Mathematics at Al-Ameen Integrated College' to a passive one.
A) Mathematics had been taught by him at Al-Ameen Integrated College.
B) Mathematics is taught by him at Al-Ameen Integrated College.
C) Mathematics was taught by him at Al-Ameen Integrated College.
D) Mathematics was being taught by him at Al-Ameen Integrated College.
  • 21. What is the active form of the statement: 'The boy has been punished by the principal.'
A) The principal has punished the boy.
B) The principal will punish the boy.
C) The principal punished the boy.
D) The principal was punishing the boy.
  • 22. What is the passive form of the sentence: 'We were baking the cake.'
A) The cake was being baked by us.
B) The cake is being baked by us.
C) The cake has been baked by us.
D) The cake was been baked by us.
  • 23. Which of the following is not a feature of an informal letter?
A) Writer's address and date
B) Title
C) Salutation
D) Opening greetings
  • 24. Another name for an informal letter is ___________________________
A) a friendly letter
B) an official letter
C) a personal letter
D) an open letter
  • 25. Choose the option that means the same as the word in capital letters: 'The dog poses no THREAT to anyone.
A) weakness
B) offence
C) danger
D) discomfort
  • 26. 'The Muslims were INVINCIBLE during the time of the prophet.' Choose the option that means the same as the word in capital letters.
A) reliable
B) irreplaceable
C) undefeatable
D) religious
  • 27. 'Jagabrown is undoubtedly UNREMORSEFUL when it comes to matters that have to do with politics.' Choose the option that means the same as the word in capital letters.
A) unsuspicious
B) unrepentant
C) impatient
D) considerate
  • 28. Choose the option that is nearly OPPOSITE in meaning to the word in capital letters: 'Sherrif's ARROGANCE has cost him a lot.
A) patience
B) illiteracy
C) stupidity
D) humility
  • 29. Complete the sentence with a word that is nearly OPPOSITE in meaning to the word in capital letters: 'Dino is a FOE pretending to be a/an ________________.
A) adversary
B) friend
C) counterpart
D) colleague
  • 30. 'Your cup is full and has reached its ZENITH.' Choose the option that is nearly OPPOSITE in meaning to the word in capital letters.
A) peak
B) bottom
C) apex
D) under
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