PIDGIN VERSUS WAEC/NECO ENGLISH…21 POINTS NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS SHOULD NOTE

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 PIDGIN VERSUS WAEC/NECO ENGLISH...21 POINTS STUDENTS TAKING THESE EXAMS SHOULD NOTEWHY STUDENTS MUST BEWARE!

 1.Pidgin English is a simplified Language in English used between people not having a common language. It was used originally between the Chinese and Europeans. Pidgin English is used all over the world with variations to be found in different countries and between communities.

 2. Our aim is not to deride Pidgin English but to instruct you that you must not use Pidgin Language in school and that you must as students be determined not to allow pidgin to enslave you. The reason is that your frequent use of Pidgin will affect your usage of “regular English” – especially the consonants. e.g. the use of “DEM” for “THEM”. Let us define regular English here as the one stipulated by the WAEC or NECO and scheme of work which you must pass otherwise your academic progress in our society will be delayed.

 3. The WAEC scheme…

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