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JSSC1 – English Language (TM-02) ENL1-11
Other Types of Questions that Require Conclusions to be drawn

Other Types of Questions that Require Conclusions to be drawn

  1. Explanation Questions: Explain the meaning of child abuse
  2. Discussion Questions: Discuss the factors responsible for child abuse
  3. Questions that require conclusions to be drawn: Is it true or false that the father contributes more to child abuse than the mother?
  4. Questions that require projections to be made: State two things that may happen in future to a child who has been abused by his/her
  5. Analysis Questions: These questions ask students to point out the literary devices, or the voice or tone, used in a
  6. Vocabulary Questions: Students are tested on their understanding of synonyms or
  7. Questions that will elicit students’ opinion: What, in your opinion, can completely end the problem of child abuse in our society?

 

Letter Writing – Informal Letter

A letter is a written piece of information that is usually put in an envelope and sent to somebody. A letter can also be a piece of written composition. There are two main types of letters: the informal and the formal letter.

An informal letter is the types of letter you write to someone you know very well. It is the kind of letter you write to your friends, classmates, and close relations.

An informal letter is a friendly letter and you have to use every day conversational language.

Features of an Informal Letter

  1. The address of the writer: Your address makes it easier for the other person to reply, so always give your address. This should be written at the top right-hand side of your
  2. The date: This has to be written It is written after the address but there must be a space between the address and the date.
  3. Salutation: This is usually written on the left-hand side just below the date. The form you adopt depends on whom you are writing

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