Here, you will see the JAMB novel summary, possible questions and answers 2022. The summaries, questions and answers are according to chapters.
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While the family waited for Dad, Mr. Esquire, who was a banker and closes by 5pm each day, Omar, the first child and the only son was not around. Ummi, mother of the family was outside while the other three children, Jamila, Teemah and Bint were inside telling stories.
Omar was the first child and only son. Teemah was the second child and the first daughter. Jamila was the third child and second daughter. While, Bint was the last child and the third daughter. That means, the family had four children, a boy and three girls.
As they were still waiting for Dad, Jamila, Teemah and Bint enjoyed stories inside the house which attracted the attention of Omar.
The story was told by Bint. She told her two other sisters about her experience with the her intrusive teacher (Mallam Salihu) in school.
This was the story; Bint’s Teacher, Mallam Salihu, asked the class how to say Good morning in French. The class remained silent until Bint answered that Good morning in french is Bonjour. In turn, Bint asked the teacher “how do we say very good in French?” The teacher could not answer it. But to ensure that he doesn’t give an incorrect answer, he went out to call the French teacher to answer the question. The French teacher said that the way to say “very good in French” is “C’est tres bien“. This caused Bint to like the teacher as she looked at the teacher with admiration.
The pupils clapped and sang as they went round Bint for asking a question which a teacher could not answer.
Mum joins the conversation as she notices it’s lively, exciting and full of life. Ummi joining the conversation explained that it was better that the teacher called another teacher who knew it to answer it instead of misleading the pupils by giving an incorrect answer. Bint did not agree to her contribution explaining that her teacher, Mallam Salihu, claims he knows it all.
Countering that, Ummi asked, what if the teacher had told you that au revoir means very good? Meanwhile, it is how to say goodbye until we meet again in French?
While they were still conversing, Omar came in with a good news that he just got admission to Study Law at the Kongo Campus of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
He was interested in a smart phone as a gift for passing and gaining admission in to the University.
Ummi, Omar’s mother, expressed happiness because her son finally got admission to study law, pointing out that Omar’s Dad wanted to study law but it didn’t work out.
Ummi also told Omar that admission is The Life Changer. That is where the title of the novel, THE LIFE CHANGER by Khadija Abubakar Jalli was gotten from.