LANGUAGE, MEANING & CULTURE (Part 2)

The Rules of Language

Language is bound by Rules. These rules can be categorised as Semantics, Syntactics, and Pragmatics rules. Semantics focuses on how people use language to evoke meanings, individual words, and their meanings. Syntax, on the other hand, relates to how words are organised to form phrases and sentences. For example, in the English language, we read from left to right, and words are arranged following the Subject – Verb – Object structure. The subject comes before the verb and the object. Pragmatics is the study of language as it is used in a social context, including its effect on communicators. For example, the question How are you? has a wide range of meanings depending on who is asking, who is asked the question as well as the context and setting in which the question is asked.

Syntax is the study of sentence structure and the rules of grammar. While people can do what they want with language (and many often do), syntax helps common users of a language understand how to organise words so that they make the most sense

For example – The dog man chased by the was = The man was chased by the dog.

Semantics is the study of the meaning of sentences. 

For example – I robbed a bank vs A bank robbed me

Pragmatics is the study of the meaning of sentences within a certain context.

Semantics and pragmatics may also be differentiated in terms of the former being the literal and the latter, the intended meaning of words.

Semantics is the Conceptual, Literal, Objective, or Dictionary meanings of words also known as the denotative meaning of words, while Pragmatics is the hidden, invisible, or subjective meanings of words also known as connotations.

For instance:

WordDenotative MeaningConnotative Meaning
Bluethe colour bluesad
Coollow temperaturepopular; acceptable
Deadabsent of life and/or animationunusually quiet setting
Dogdomestic animalfollow closely, unpleasant
Crazyinsane; mentally unstablewild and exciting
Sharkpredatory/carnivorous fishhighly skilled, swindler

Connotations can vary in degree. For example:

Positive ConnotationNeutral ConnotationNegative Connotation
interestedcuriousnosy
employuseexploit
thriftysavingstingy
steadfasttenaciousstubborn
satedfilledcrammed
courageousconfidentconceited
uniquedifferentpeculiar
meticulousselectivepicky
vintageolddecrepit
elatedhappymanic

Grammatical Errors

Grammatical error is a term used in prescriptive grammar to describe an instance of faulty, unconventional, or controversial usage, such as a ​misplaced modifier or an inappropriate verb tense. Also called a usage error. Some say these should be classified as ‘error in English’. Let’s take a look at some very common grammatical errors.

1. They’re vs. Their vs. There

The first (they’re) is a contraction for “they are”. The second refers to something owned by a group of people while the third refers to a place (there). E.g. They’re going to enjoy leaving there because their bole and fish is the best in Port Harcourt.

2. Your vs. You’re

Your refers to owning a thing, a possessive while You’re means being something and is a contraption of You are. E.g. Your house is the largest on the street you’re driving to.

3. Its vs. It’s

“Its” is possessive while “it’s” is a contraction of “it is.” E.g. The bread is past its expiry date. It’s hard to tell when the next supply will arrive.

4. Referring to a Brand or Entity as ‘They’

Brands, entities, and organisations are non-living things. it is, therefore, wrong to describe them using the third person pronoun, “they”. Refer to businesses and brands as Its.

5. Possessive Nouns

Most possessive nouns will have an apostrophe. However, where you put that apostrophe can be confusing. Here’s an example of possessive nouns used incorrectly:

All of the dog’s tails grew back.

In this sentence, “all” indicates that there’s more than one dog, but the location of the apostrophe suggests there is just one.

Here are a few general rules to guide the correct placement of the apostrophe:

  • If the noun is plural, add the apostrophe after the s. For example: the dogs’ bones.
  • If the noun is singular and ends in s, you should also put the apostrophe after the s. For example: the dress’ blue color.
  • On the other hand, if the noun is singular and doesn’t end in an s, you’ll add the apostrophe before the s. For example: the lizard’s tail.

6. Affect vs. Effect

When you’re talking about the change itself, that is, the noun, use “effect.”. When referring to the act of changing, that is the verb, say “affect”.

7. To vs. Too

“To” is used before a noun or verb, and describes a destination, recipient, or action while Too is an alternative for also or as well. When Too is used to replace as well or also, remember to include a comma before and after. For example, She, too, is a Libra.

8. i.e. vs. e.g.

Each one means something different. i.e means “that is” or “in other words,” while “e.g.” means “example given” or “for example.” The former is used to clarify something you’ve said, while the latter adds colour to a story through an example.

9. Who vs. That

When you’re describing a person, be sure to use “who.” When describing an object, use “that”.

10. Who vs. Whom vs. Whose vs. Who’s

“Who” is used to identify a living pronoun. “Whom” is used to describe someone who’s receiving something. “Whose” is used to assign ownership to someone. “Who’s,” on the other hand, is used to identify a living being. It’s a contraction for “who is”.

11. “Alot” vs. A lot vs. Allot

Alot is not a word! “A lot” means a vast number of things, while “Allot” refers to setting aside a certain amount of something.

12. Into vs. In to

Into is used to indicate movement, while “in” and “to” vary in their application because they are prepositions.

13. Lose vs. Loose

Lose means the inability to find something or someone. Loose on the other hand is an adjective that means “not tightly fastened or held”.

14. Then vs. Than

“Than” is a conjunction used to make comparisons. “Then” is an adverb used to indicate the timing of an event.

15. Use of Commas

A comma is used to separate elements in a series; independent clauses that are joined/linked by an and, but, for, or, nor, so, or yet; and to separate an introductory word or phrase.

16. Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure

  • “To assure” means to promise or say with confidence.
  • “To ensure” means to make certain.
  • “To insure” means to protect against risk by regularly paying an insurance company.

17. Less vs. Fewer

Use “Fewer” for items that are quantifiable while Less is used for non-quantifiable items.

18. Semicolons

Semicolons are used to link two independent clauses that could stand on their own.

19. Between vs. Among

“Between” is used to refer to two or more things that are clearly separated. Among is used for items that are not separated.

TASK:

Give TWO examples of any TEN of the above Grammatical Errors.

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  1. Precious Martins Umoren says:

    Name: Precious Martins Umoren
    Department: Development communication studies

    1 Affect vs Effect
    ✓ All the federal universities were affected by ASUU strike
    ✓ The effect of drugs on the teeming youth is alarming

    2 Who vs That
    ✓ Who is Peter Obi?
    ✓ Is that your new car?

    3 To vs Too
    ✓ I wouldn’t want to make him feel bad
    ✓ He said he likes me and I responded, I like you too.

    4 Who vs Whom
    ✓ Who has the largest private investment in Nigeria?
    ✓ Whom was your mum referring to?

    5 Then vs Than
    ✓ When you called, I was at the market then.
    ✓ My car is better than yours.

    6 Their vs They vs There
    ✓ Their new home looks beautiful
    ✓ They look so tired and famished after the lecture.
    ✓ There is abundance of evidence to prove him wrong

    7 Lose vs Loose
    ✓ You will lose the game, if you don’t play by the rules
    ✓ Loose him and let him go

    8 Between vs Among
    ✓ The match is between Chelsea and Liverpool
    ✓ I was among those that wrote the first semester exam.

    9 use of commas
    ✓ I went to the market to buy pepper, onions and crayfish
    ✓ We were there, when Peter, Kelechi and Paul beat up Ndidi yesterday

    10 They’re vs Their
    ✓ They’re more successful in academics than their peers
    ✓ Their father is a doctor

    • ctober 11, 2022 at 12:16 am
      NAME Utchay Chukwuemeka Kelly
      DEPARTMENT PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
      1. BETWEEN VS. AMONG
      a. Jane stood between Dan and his mum.
      b. There was an eagle among the chicks.
      2. ENSURE VS ASSURE
      a.Ensure u pick up your brother from school early today.
      b. I assure you that I will give my best this semester.
      3. IT’S Vs ITS
      a.It’s always raining.
      b.The flag is on its Pole.
      4. YOUR VS YOU’RE
      a.just hold your baby
      b. you’ll be told when you’re ready.
      5. LESS VS FEWER
      a. He is trying to save more and spend LESS
      b. He teaches FEWER classes than I do

      6. WHO VS WHOM VS WHOSE VS WHO’S
      a. We need someone WHO can inspire the team
      b. He is a good man WHOM fortune makes better
      c. The gunman WHOSE mask had slipped, Fled
      d. We need to know WHO’S buying our products.
      7. THEN VS THAN
      a)They we’re different back then.
      b)She sings better than Angel.
      8. TO VS TOO
      a) I want to go out.
      b)The rate of employment is too high.
      9. I.E VS E.G
      a. Every genetics student learns to the two basic methodologies in the field I.E forward genetics and reverse genetics.
      b. The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports E.G gymnastics, swimming and tennis.
      10.INTO vs IN TO
      a) I dropped in to say hello.
      b) Glory sorted all his files into separate envelopes.

  2. Chijiioke favour uchenna says:

    Name:Favour chijioke uchenna
    Department:Development communication studies
    Matric no:De.2021/6716
    1 Affect vs Effect
    The intake of cocaine will affect your lung
    The preaching yesterday had a great effect on him
    2 Who vs That
    Who took the note i kept on the table
    You know i dont like that gown
    3 To vs Too
    She would like to go with him to the farm
    Jane is too engrossed in the movie
    4 Who vs Whom
    Who is mary to you?
    This is the boy whom i trust
    5 Then vs Than
    It was then i realised he was gone
    She loves mathematics than history
    6 Their vs There
    They took their time before coming out
    There was a great storm yesterday
    7 Lose vs Loose
    You will lose the game if you dont put more effort
    The trouser is very loose
    8 Between vs Among
    The case is between the trader and the driver
    They shared the property among themselves
    9 use of commas
    Ada was sent to buy items like rice, garri,fish,and meat.
    You should avoid alcoholic drinks like hennesy,star,and hero
    10 They’re vs Their
    They’re getting close
    That is their house

  3. Sunday Sumenenua Thankgod says:

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    The Rules of Language
    Language is bound by Rules. These rules can be categorised as Semantics, Syntactics, and Pragmatics rules. Semantics focuses on how people use language to evoke meanings, individual words, and their meanings. Syntax, on the other hand, relates to how words are organised to form phrases and sentences. For example, in the English language, we read from left to right, and words are arranged following the Subject – Verb – Object structure. The subject comes before the verb and the object. Pragmatics is the study of language as it is used in a social context, including its effect on communicators. For example, the question How are you? has a wide range of meanings depending on who is asking, who is asked the question as well as the context and setting in which the question is asked.

    Syntax is the study of sentence structure and the rules of grammar. While people can do what they want with language (and many often do), syntax helps common users of a language understand how to organise words so that they make the most sense

    For example – The dog man chased by the was = The man was chased by the dog.

    Semantics is the study of the meaning of sentences.

    For example – I robbed a bank vs A bank robbed me

    Pragmatics is the study of the meaning of sentences within a certain context.

    Semantics and pragmatics may also be differentiated in terms of the former being the literal and the latter, the intended meaning of words.

    Semantics is the Conceptual, Literal, Objective, or Dictionary meanings of words also known as the denotative meaning of words, while Pragmatics is the hidden, invisible, or subjective meanings of words also known as connotations.

    For instance:

    Word Denotative Meaning Connotative Meaning
    Blue the colour blue sad
    Cool low temperature popular; acceptable
    Dead absent of life and/or animation unusually quiet setting
    Dog domestic animal follow closely, unpleasant
    Crazy insane; mentally unstable wild and exciting
    Shark predatory/carnivorous fish highly skilled, swindler
    Connotations can vary in degree. For example:

    Positive Connotation Neutral Connotation Negative Connotation
    interested curious nosy
    employ use exploit
    thrifty saving stingy
    steadfast tenacious stubborn
    sated filled crammed
    courageous confident conceited
    unique different peculiar
    meticulous selective picky
    vintage old decrepit
    elated happy manic
    Grammatical Errors

    Grammatical error is a term used in prescriptive grammar to describe an instance of faulty, unconventional, or controversial usage, such as a ​misplaced modifier or an inappropriate verb tense. Also called a usage error. Some say these should be classified as ‘error in English’. Let’s take a look at some very common grammatical errors.

    1. They’re vs. Their vs. There

    The first (they’re) is a contraction for “they are”. The second refers to something owned by a group of people while the third refers to a place (there). E.g. They’re going to enjoy leaving there because their bole and fish is the best in Port Harcourt.

    2. Your vs. You’re

    Your refers to owning a thing, a possessive while You’re means being something and is a contraption of You are. E.g. Your house is the largest on the street you’re driving to.

    3. Its vs. It’s

    “Its” is possessive while “it’s” is a contraction of “it is.” E.g. The bread is past its expiry date. It’s hard to tell when the next supply will arrive.

    4. Referring to a Brand or Entity as ‘They’

    Brands, entities, and organisations are non-living things. it is, therefore, wrong to describe them using the third person pronoun, “they”. Refer to businesses and brands as Its.

    5. Possessive Nouns

    Most possessive nouns will have an apostrophe. However, where you put that apostrophe can be confusing. Here’s an example of possessive nouns used incorrectly:

    All of the dog’s tails grew back.

    In this sentence, “all” indicates that there’s more than one dog, but the location of the apostrophe suggests there is just one.

    Here are a few general rules to guide the correct placement of the apostrophe:

    If the noun is plural, add the apostrophe after the s. For example: the dogs’ bones.
    If the noun is singular and ends in s, you should also put the apostrophe after the s. For example: the dress’ blue color.
    On the other hand, if the noun is singular and doesn’t end in an s, you’ll add the apostrophe before the s. For example: the lizard’s tail.
    6. Affect vs. Effect

    When you’re talking about the change itself, that is, the noun, use “effect.”. When referring to the act of changing, that is the verb, say “affect”.

    7. To vs. Too

    “To” is used before a noun or verb, and describes a destination, recipient, or action while Too is an alternative for also or as well. When Too is used to replace as well or also, remember to include a comma before and after. For example, She, too, is a Libra.

    8. i.e. vs. e.g.

    Each one means something different. i.e means “that is” or “in other words,” while “e.g.” means “example given” or “for example.” The former is used to clarify something you’ve said, while the latter adds colour to a story through an example.

    9. Who vs. That

    When you’re describing a person, be sure to use “who.” When describing an object, use “that”.

    10. Who vs. Whom vs. Whose vs. Who’s

    “Who” is used to identify a living pronoun. “Whom” is used to describe someone who’s receiving something. “Whose” is used to assign ownership to someone. “Who’s,” on the other hand, is used to identify a living being. It’s a contraction for “who is”.

    11. “Alot” vs. A lot vs. Allot

    Alot is not a word! “A lot” means a vast number of things, while “Allot” refers to setting aside a certain amount of something.

    12. Into vs. In to

    Into is used to indicate movement, while “in” and “to” vary in their application because they are prepositions.

    13. Lose vs. Loose

    Lose means the inability to find something or someone. Loose on the other hand is an adjective that means “not tightly fastened or held”.

    14. Then vs. Than

    “Than” is a conjunction used to make comparisons. “Then” is an adverb used to indicate the timing of an event.

    15. Use of Commas

    A comma is used to separate elements in a series; independent clauses that are joined/linked by an and, but, for, or, nor, so, or yet; and to separate an introductory word or phrase.

    16. Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure

    “To assure” means to promise or say with confidence.
    “To ensure” means to make certain.
    “To insure” means to protect against risk by regularly paying an insurance company.
    17. Less vs. Fewer

    Use “Fewer” for items that are quantifiable while Less is used for non-quantifiable items.

    18. Semicolons

    Semicolons are used to link two independent clauses that could stand on their own.

    19. Between vs. Among

    “Between” is used to refer to two or more things that are clearly separated. Among is used for items that are not separated.

    TASK:

    Give TWO examples of any TEN of the above Grammatical Errors.

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    Ideki Blessing
    October 11, 2022 at 8:40 am
    Department: Cinematography and broadcasting
    Matric number:Dec 2021/6743

    Reply
    Dokubo Sopakirite Ibiba
    October 11, 2022 at 12:45 am
    NAME: Dokubo Sopakirite Ibiba
    FACULTY: Communication and Media Studies
    DEPARTMENT: Journalism and Media Studies
    MATRIC NO.: DE.2021/6789

    1.) You Vs. You’re
    (a)i. Who are YOU?
    ii. Where did YOU go?
    (b)i. YOU’RE a good friend
    ii. Whenever YOU’RE ready

    2.) Insure Vs. Ensure Vs. Assure
    (a)i. He decided to INSURE his car
    ii. It is wise to INSURE assets
    (b)i. ENSURE that the doors are properly locked
    ii. Take measures to ENSURE your safety
    (c)i. I can ASSURE you that there was no breach
    ii. If you repent, I can ASSURE you eternal life

    3.) They’re Vs. Their Vs. There
    (a)i. THEY’RE on their way here
    ii. THEY’RE a bunch of losers
    (b)i. That’s THEIR boat
    ii. What would you say about THEIR mom
    (c)i. Who is THERE?
    ii. THERE are many fishes in the sea

    4.) It Vs. Its
    (a)i. IT doesn’t look happy
    ii. Isn’t IT beautiful?
    (b)i. ITS my turn to be the president
    ii. ITS going to be a long and hard journey

    5.) ‘A lot’ Vs A lot Vs. Allot
    (a) (not a word)
    (b)i. I’m going to make A LOT of money from this investment
    ii. There should be A LOT of fish in the markets
    (c)i. How much would you ALLOT for charity.
    ii. We didn’t ALLOT anything events not signed by the Dean

    6.) Into Vs In To
    (a)i. Go INTO my room and get me my purse
    ii. Run INTO the house of the LORD in times of unrest
    (b)i. Go IN, TO the manager
    ii. Go IN, TO your left there’s a bag, bring it to me.

    7.) Than Vs Then
    (a)i. I eat more rice THAN eba
    ii. Dollars is way higher than Naira (b)i. I was a lot more handsome THEN
    ii. I used to be broke THEN, not now

    8.) Affect Vs Effect
    (a)i. Her death is really going to AFFECT him
    ii. Depression will AFFECT your ability to think
    (b)i. Are you aware of the EFFECTS of kidney removal?
    ii. The EFFECT of the crash impact fractured his skull

    9.) To Vs Too
    (a)i. I’m not coming TO school today
    ii. We’re fine, all thanks TO you Sir.
    (b)i. I’m going for the party, I hope you’d be coming TOO
    ii. Its important to girls, and guys TOO.

    10.) Who Vs That
    (a)i. WHO is in my garden?
    ii. I wonder WHO could have stolen from Mrs Pops
    (b)i. THAT is the most beautiful butterfly I’ve ever seen.
    ii. THAT is my Dog by the car

    Forgive my late submission ma’am. I’m very sorry.

    Reply
    CHUKWUEMEKA PROGRESS
    October 11, 2022 at 12:38 am
    NAME: CHUKWUEMEKA PROGRESS
    FACULTY: COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DEPARTMENT: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION STUDIES
    MAT. NUMBChukwuemeka ProgressER: DE.2021/6703
    1. YOUR V YOU’RE
    Go and get YOUR books
    I will take it from you when you’re done
    2 TO AND TOO
    Esther is going TO church
    Treasure and Esther went to school
    3 LOSE AND LOOSE
    Esther LOSE her Books
    Esther LOOSE a lot of money because of the illness
    4. INTO VS IN TO
    She ran INTO the house
    She went IN TO the house to answer her mum
    5. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    The drugs AFFECTed her tongue
    Hard drugs has side EFFECT
    6 USE OF COMMA’S
    The names of Mr. Pete’s children are; Ngozi, Esther, Favour and precious
    Esther planned to get Books, Pen, Rulers and a Bag
    7 BETWEEN VS AMONG
    Esther was to choose BETWEEN Ngozi and John
    Esther was AMONG them
    8 LESS VS FEWER
    Five hundred is LESS than a thousand
    The Apple is FEWER than the Orange
    9 WHO VS THAT
    WHO took her clothes
    Give me THAT cloth
    10

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    Burabari Emmanuel
    October 11, 2022 at 12:10 am
    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

    Reply
    Burabari Emmanuel
    October 11, 2022 at 12:09 am
    Mat. No.: DE.2021/6792

    Answers:
    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

    Reply
    Burabari Emmanuel
    October 11, 2022 at 12:05 am
    Department: Journalism and Media studies
    Mat. No.: DE.2021/6792

    Answers:
    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

    Reply
    Burabari Emmanuel
    October 11, 2022 at 12:01 am
    Department: Journalism and Media studies
    Mat. No.: DE.2021/6792

    Answers:
    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into
    Come in to the house.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

    Reply
    Otokini Becky Fyneface
    October 10, 2022 at 11:03 pm
    1a: THEY’RE
    They’re not at home
    They’re hungry
    1b: THEIR
    Their dad is back from work
    Their books got missing
    1c:. THERE
    There you go
    You can find the books there

    2a: YOUR
    Your dad is looking for you
    Your dress is very beautiful
    2b: YOU’RE
    You’re very beautiful
    You’re full of dreams and aspirations

    3a: ITS
    Its mine
    Its my dad’s car
    3b: IT’S
    It’s going to rain.
    It’s very hard to tell when he’s saying the truth
    4a: AFFECT
    It will affect your health if you don’t stop it
    4b: EFFECT
    The drugs has a bad side effect
    The effect will start showing in less time

    5a: TO
    I am going to the hospital
    Won’t you go to the market?
    5b: TOO
    She said she misses him too
    I love you too

    6a: WHO
    Who is responsible?
    Who is she?
    6b: THAT
    That girl is rude
    That car is beautiful
    7a: THEN
    I was doing great back then
    What do you really want then?
    7b:THAN
    It’s better said than done
    I rather go for it than stay without it
    8a: LESS
    I have less tolerance
    She has less weight
    8b: FEWER
    I think they’re fewer girls than boys here
    9a: BETWEEN
    Choose between the both of us
    I think between Ada and ibim, I prefer ibim the most
    9b: AMONG
    Among everybody am close with , I trust you more
    Among you both, I prefer you
    10: LOSE
    The lose is much
    Am sorry for your lose
    10b: LOOSE
    I don’t wanna loose you
    The cloth is no longer tight it’s now loose

    Reply
    Enyikah Divinegrace Ure
    October 10, 2022 at 9:47 pm
    Enyikah Divinegrace U’re
    DE.2021/6772
    Cinematography and Broadcasting
    SEMICOLONS
    1) I have a big test tomorrow; I can’t go out tonight.
    2) we have paid our dues; we expect all the privileges listed in the contract.
    LESS VS FEWER
    LESS
    1)we need less talk and more work!
    2) Jeff drinks less alcohol than John
    FEWER
    1)I have fewer pairs of shoes than I used to have.
    2)she gets in fewer workouts than he does.
    TOO VS TO
    TOO
    1) the game was almost too exciting in the last minute of the play.
    2)she was too distracted to notice.
    TO
    1)the kind gesture brought me to tears.
    2)we paid for your meal to show our appreciation.
    AFFECT VS EFFECT
    AFFECT
    1)the weather affected his mood .
    2) failing a test can affect someone’s mood
    EFFECT
    1)this paper examines the effect of global warming.
    2)the new teacher has a positive effect on the students.
    WHO VS THAT
    WHO
    1) that’s the girl who scored the goal .
    2)comfort is the one who saw the bird.
    THAT
    1)i expect that he will help us.
    2)I know that he went to the village.
    LOOSE VS LOSE
    LOOSE
    1) wear loose clothes as they’re more comfortable.
    2)she gathered loose soil and let it filter slowly through her fingers.
    LOSE
    1)hold my hand I don’t want to lose you.
    2)the company is going to lose
    BETWEEN VS AMONG
    BETWEEN
    1)there is a strong bond between my father and mother.
    2)is there a connection between his arrival and her disappearance.
    AMONG
    1)they were walking among the crowd.
    2)we saw a house among the trees.
    ENSURE VS ASSURE VS INSURE
    ENSURE
    1)these blankets ensure that you’ll be warm enough.
    2)I will study hard to ensure I get good grades.
    ASSURE
    1)I assure you that you’ll be warm enough.
    2)l assure you that I will finish the job.
    INSURE
    1) this policy will INSURE your car against theft .
    2),she had difficulty finding a company that would insure her.

    THE USE OF COMMAS
    1)I went to the store to buy milk, eggs and bread.
    2)we drove to the beach,but we left since the parking lot was full.
    THEN VS THAN
    THAN
    1)I have a few pairs of shoes than I used to have
    2)she gets in fewer workouts than he does.

    Reply
    Emmanuel Iyumameh Nwugo
    October 10, 2022 at 9:42 pm
    Name: Emmanuel Iyumameh Nwugo
    Dept.: Development Communication Studies
    Mat. No.: DE.2021/6674

    1. LOSE Vs LOOSE
    • Keep an eye on the patient so we don’t lose her.
    • There’s a loose thread on your dress.
    2. USE OF COMMAS
    • Chioma, a 16-year old, is one of the victims.
    • The news story contains a punch lead, a quotation from the party spokesperson and a summary.
    3. A LOT Vs ALLOT
    • They shared a lot of gadgets at the Port Harcourt Fair last year.
    • The Vice President of the organization allots duties to each unit.
    4. WHO vs THAT
    • Dr. Sarah is the one who is overseeing the affairs of students of Development Communication Studies.
    • That is the book I told you I wanted to buy.
    5. BETWEEN vs AMONG
    • You need to decide between getting a bag and buying a phone.
    • We found a pen with overflowing ink among the stationeries.
    6. TO vs TOO
    • We’ll be traveling to the UK, come December.
    • You’re too weak to go to work today.
    7. POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    • It is the girls’ turn to sweep the class.
    • The wristwatch is Father’s most priced possession because of its antiquity.
    8. THEN vs THAN
    • 9:00pm? Okay, I should be less busy then.
    • For me, beans tastes way better than rice.
    9. AFFECT vs EFFECT
    • The flood left a dastardly effect on the habitants of the area.
    • Don’t let this minor setback affect your dedication to studies, please.
    10. WHOM vs WHO’S vs WHOSE.
    • This is the man whose signature we need to get the contract sealed.
    • Who’s handling your case?
    • To whom did you make payment?

    Reply
    Joy Kwani
    October 11, 2022 at 6:41 pm
    Name :Sunday Sumenenua Thankgod
    Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting
    Jamb reg : 10368227BI

    Semicolon
    1. We have paid our dues; we expect all the privileges listed in the contract.
    2. Call me on Monday; you can give me an answer then.

    2. COMMA
    1 the match was over, but the crowd refused to leave.
    2.the man explained his question, yet his colleagues did not understand.

    3. It’s Vs Its
    1. The flag is on its pole.
    2 the sun was so bright, it’s rays blinded me.
    4. Possessive nouns
    1 Joy grabbed her bag from Blessings car.
    2 the man collected his money from me.

    5 Into Vs In to
    1. She came into the car.
    2 I will plug in to the guitar amp.
    6 Between VS Among
    1. He stood between his principal and his parents.
    2. They were among those that stole the phone.

    7. Lose VS Loose
    1 I won’t lose you.
    2 My dog broke loose from the yard .

    8. Than Vs Then
    1. Shalom and Precious are both taller than Glory.
    2 the feelings I had for you then cannot be compared to now.

    9. Who Vs That
    1. Who is there with you.
    2. Bring that girl to me, she needs to be dealt with.
    10. To Vs Too
    1 We’re going to Ahoda.
    2. She is much too young to be watching this movie.

    Reply
    Nweke Daniel Sunday
    October 10, 2022 at 9:26 pm
    NAME: NWEKE DANIEL SUNDAY
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MAT no: DE 2021/9464
    1) It’s vs its
    It’s an open book test.
    Emmanuella told me not to take the money because its hers.
    2) To vs Too
    I’m going to the market.
    The protocols are too much.
    3) Who vs That
    Who took my eraser?
    Is that not Mr Okon?
    4) Between vs Among
    I sat in between my parents during church service.
    He’s among the culprits.
    5) Then vs Than
    Back then in my secondary school days I was the disciplinary prefect.
    Miracle is better than Joshua in Fifa.
    6)whose vs who’s
    Whose book is this?
    Who’s Peter obi’s vice?
    7) Affect vs Effect
    Too much intake of alcohol will affect your health.
    The drugs will have an effect on him after 2 days.
    8) who vs whom
    Who is the owner of covenant university?.
    To whom do we belong?.
    9) your vs you’re
    That’s your book.
    You’re among the most wonderful lectures I’ve come across.
    10) They’re vs Their
    They’re on their way to kaduna.
    That’s their food.

    Reply
    IYENE JANE
    October 10, 2022 at 9:20 pm
    NAME: IYENE JANE
    MATRIC NO:DE.2021/6836
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

    1) WHO VS. WHOM
    a. I want to know who pays the bill.
    b.To whom it may concern,I repay evil with evil.

    2)USE OF COMMAS
    a. I bought rice, beans, potato and yam for the marriage ceremony.
    b. On Sunday we had rice, stew and orange juice for lunch.

    3) TO VS. TOO
    a. I am going to my uncle’s place.
    b.The food is too hot.

    4) ASSURE VS. ENSURE
    a. I assure you,the work will be done before sunrise.
    b. Ensure that all the windows are locked before you leave the house.

    5) LESS VS. FEWER
    a.You have less than a day to get the jobs done.
    b. Fewer than five students enrolled in the “Save a life programme”.

    6) BETWEEN VS. AMONG
    a. Jane stood between Dan and his mum.
    b. There was an eagle among the chicks.

    7) SEMICOLONS
    a. I have a big presentation tomorrow; I need to rest.
    b. I have a test tomorrow; I need to study.

    8) A LOT VS. ALLOT
    a. A lot of young people engage in cybercrime these days.
    b. The company will allot three million to the employee of the month.

    9) AFFECT VS. EFFECT
    a. She wasn’t going to let one failed test affect her result.
    b. The curfew placed by the governor will go into effect tomorrow.

    10) POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    a. This is Jane’s cat.
    b. The student’s note is missing.

  4. Chukwueweniwe Grace Onyinyechi says:

    Name:Chukwueweniwe Grace Onyinyechi
    Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting Studies
    Matric No.:De.2021/9908
    Your vs You’re
    1 This is your book
    2 You’re not meant to be here
    Affect vs Effect
    1 The flood had a great effect on the community
    2 The man did his best to affect his generation positively
    To vs Too
    1 I have to go home now
    2 There are too many people in the room
    Lose vs Loose
    1 The man predicted that his team will lose the match
    2 Helen wore a loose fitting gown
    Then vs Than
    1 The boys are more than the girls
    2 I told her to go to the market, then to the mall
    Its vs It’s
    1 The dog wagged its tail
    2 It’s my orange
    Between vs Among
    1 share the food among the kids
    2 The case is between the state and the organization
    Who vs Whom
    1 who gave you that bag?
    2 This is the boy whom you asked me to call.
    Use of Commas
    1 The names of the children are; Daniel, Stephanie, Sylvester.
    2 Never give up on your dreams, its going to come true someday.
    Into vs In to
    1 I was asked to go into the palace
    2 Go in to paris

  5. Name:Kingsley destiny halliday says:

    Name:Kingsley destiny halliday
    DEPARTMENT:Journalism and media studies
    MATRIC no:De.2021/9596
    1.Your vs. You’re
    a.she will ask you when you’re ready
    2.That vs. Who
    a.it’s obvious that your angry
    b.who is Mrs. Clinton
    3.less vs. Fewer
    a.the gadget is less useful than i expected
    b.fewer graduates are employed these days
    4.Assure vs insure vs. Ensure
    a.i assure you that you’re going to make it in life
    b.I’m going to insure my company at B and B insurance company
    C.Please ensure that the food is not going to get burnt
    5.its vs. It’s
    a.the dog is on its own
    b.it’s her birthday
    6.between vs among
    a.she stood between her mother and the principal
    b.the ball was hidden among the trees
    7.then vs than
    a.back then children played outside more often
    b.favour and cynthia are both taller than faithful
    8.to vs too
    a.i went to the market with her
    b.the lecturer is to busy to come to class
    9.into vs in to
    a.i dropped in to say hello
    b.glory sorted all his files into separate envelopes
    10.They’re vs their vs there
    a.they’re running late to the party
    b.the house over there is their house

  6. Ideki Blessing says:

    Department: Cinematography and broadcasting
    Matric number:Dec 2021/6743

  7. MereBari Precious Fine.Department:Jounrnalism and print media study says:

    Answers:
    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

  8. MereBari Precious Fine says:

    1. They’re vs their
    They’re traveling to Abuja tomorrow
    Marvel is their son
    2. You’re vs your
    You’re house is beautiful
    Your very tall
    3. Affect vs Effect
    Smoking can affect your lungs
    Vaping has side effects
    4. To vs Too
    Uncle Spencer left few minutes ago
    Mom will be traveling to Dubai next week
    5. Who’s vs whom
    Whose child is this
    Honor to honor is due
    6. Lose vs Lose
    He really wants to lose weight
    Wear loose clothes to feel more comfortable
    7. Assure vs Ensure
    Ensure u pick up your brother from school early today
    I assure you that I will give my best this semester
    8. Between vs Among
    There is a great difference between word and deed
    She’s nervous being among famous people
    9. Less vs Fewer
    She finished in less than 1hour
    Working few hours will make life easier for Tayler
    10. That vs who
    It’s obvious that your angry
    Who

  9. AJUA IMOSA JENNIFER says:

    NAME:
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

    1. They’re vs their
    They’re traveling to Abuja tomorrow
    Marvel is their son
    2. You’re vs your
    You’re house is beautiful
    Your very tall
    3. Affect vs Effect
    Smoking can affect your lungs
    Vaping has side effects
    4. To vs Too
    Uncle Spencer left few minutes ago
    Mom will be traveling to Dubai next week
    5. Who’s vs whom
    Whose child is this
    Honor to honor is due
    6. Lose vs Lose
    He really wants to lose weight
    Wear loose clothes to feel more comfortable
    7. Assure vs Ensure
    Ensure u pick up your brother from school early today
    I assure you that I will give my best this semester
    8. Between vs Among
    There is a great difference between word and deed
    She’s nervous being among famous people
    9. Less vs Fewer
    She finished in less than 1hour
    Working few hours will make life easier for Tayler
    10. That vs who
    It’s obvious that your angry
    Who is Mr kelvin

  10. Dokubo Sopakirite Ibiba says:

    NAME: Dokubo Sopakirite Ibiba
    FACULTY: Communication and Media Studies
    DEPARTMENT: Journalism and Media Studies
    MATRIC NO.: DE.2021/6789

    1.) You Vs. You’re
    (a)i. Who are YOU?
    ii. Where did YOU go?
    (b)i. YOU’RE a good friend
    ii. Whenever YOU’RE ready

    2.) Insure Vs. Ensure Vs. Assure
    (a)i. He decided to INSURE his car
    ii. It is wise to INSURE assets
    (b)i. ENSURE that the doors are properly locked
    ii. Take measures to ENSURE your safety
    (c)i. I can ASSURE you that there was no breach
    ii. If you repent, I can ASSURE you eternal life

    3.) They’re Vs. Their Vs. There
    (a)i. THEY’RE on their way here
    ii. THEY’RE a bunch of losers
    (b)i. That’s THEIR boat
    ii. What would you say about THEIR mom
    (c)i. Who is THERE?
    ii. THERE are many fishes in the sea

    4.) It Vs. Its
    (a)i. IT doesn’t look happy
    ii. Isn’t IT beautiful?
    (b)i. ITS my turn to be the president
    ii. ITS going to be a long and hard journey

    5.) ‘A lot’ Vs A lot Vs. Allot
    (a) (not a word)
    (b)i. I’m going to make A LOT of money from this investment
    ii. There should be A LOT of fish in the markets
    (c)i. How much would you ALLOT for charity.
    ii. We didn’t ALLOT anything events not signed by the Dean

    6.) Into Vs In To
    (a)i. Go INTO my room and get me my purse
    ii. Run INTO the house of the LORD in times of unrest
    (b)i. Go IN, TO the manager
    ii. Go IN, TO your left there’s a bag, bring it to me.

    7.) Than Vs Then
    (a)i. I eat more rice THAN eba
    ii. Dollars is way higher than Naira (b)i. I was a lot more handsome THEN
    ii. I used to be broke THEN, not now

    8.) Affect Vs Effect
    (a)i. Her death is really going to AFFECT him
    ii. Depression will AFFECT your ability to think
    (b)i. Are you aware of the EFFECTS of kidney removal?
    ii. The EFFECT of the crash impact fractured his skull

    9.) To Vs Too
    (a)i. I’m not coming TO school today
    ii. We’re fine, all thanks TO you Sir.
    (b)i. I’m going for the party, I hope you’d be coming TOO
    ii. Its important to girls, and guys TOO.

    10.) Who Vs That
    (a)i. WHO is in my garden?
    ii. I wonder WHO could have stolen from Mrs Pops
    (b)i. THAT is the most beautiful butterfly I’ve ever seen.
    ii. THAT is my Dog by the car

    Forgive my late submission ma’am. I’m very sorry.

  11. CHUKWUEMEKA PROGRESS says:

    NAME: CHUKWUEMEKA PROGRESS
    FACULTY: COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DEPARTMENT: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION STUDIES
    MAT. NUMBChukwuemeka ProgressER: DE.2021/6703
    1. YOUR V YOU’RE
    Go and get YOUR books
    I will take it from you when you’re done
    2 TO AND TOO
    Esther is going TO church
    Treasure and Esther went to school
    3 LOSE AND LOOSE
    Esther LOSE her Books
    Esther LOOSE a lot of money because of the illness
    4. INTO VS IN TO
    She ran INTO the house
    She went IN TO the house to answer her mum
    5. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    The drugs AFFECTed her tongue
    Hard drugs has side EFFECT
    6 USE OF COMMA’S
    The names of Mr. Pete’s children are; Ngozi, Esther, Favour and precious
    Esther planned to get Books, Pen, Rulers and a Bag
    7 BETWEEN VS AMONG
    Esther was to choose BETWEEN Ngozi and John
    Esther was AMONG them
    8 LESS VS FEWER
    Five hundred is LESS than a thousand
    The Apple is FEWER than the Orange
    9 WHO VS THAT
    WHO took her clothes
    Give me THAT cloth
    10

  12. MBON BLESSING B says:

    NAME: MBON BLESSING BARIDOMAEEDEE
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING.
    I. BETWEEN VS. AMONG

    a. Jane stood between Dan and his mum.
    b. There was an eagle among the chicks.
    2. ENSURE VS ASSURE

    a.Ensure u pick up your brother from school early today.
    b. I assure you that I will give my best this semester.
    3. IT’S Vs ITS

    a.It’s always raining.
    b.The flag is on its Pole.
    4. YOUR VS YOU’RE

    a.just hold your baby.
    b. you’ll be told when you’re ready.
    5. LESS VS FEWER

    a. He is trying to save more and spend LESS.
    b. He teaches FEWER classes than I do.
    6. WHO VS WHOM VS WHOSE VS WHO’S

    a. We need someone WHO can inspire the team.
    b. He is a good man WHOM fortune makes better.
    c. The gunman WHOSE mask had slipped, Fled d. We need to know WHO’S buying our products.
    7. THEN VS THAN

    a)They we’re different back then.
    b)She sings better than Angel.
    8. TO VS TOO

    a) I want to go out.
    b)The rate of employment is too high.
    9. I.E VS E.G

    a. Every genetics student learns to the two basic methodologies in the field I.E forward genetics and reverse genetics.
    b. The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports E.G gymnastics, swimming and tennis.
    10.INTO vs IN TO

    a) I dropped in to say hello.
    b) Glory sorted all his files into separate envelopes.

  13. MBON BLESSING BARIDOMAEEDEE says:

    NAME MBON BLESSING BARIDOMAEEDEE
    DEPARTMENT PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    1. BETWEEN VS. AMONG
    a. Jane stood between Dan and his mum.
    b. There was an eagle among the chicks.
    2. ENSURE VS ASSURE
    a.Ensure u pick up your brother from school early today.
    b. I assure you that I will give my best this semester.
    3. IT’S Vs ITS
    a.It’s always raining.
    b.The flag is on its Pole.
    4. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a.just hold your baby
    b. you’ll be told when you’re ready.
    5. LESS VS FEWER
    a. He is trying to save more and spend LESS
    b. He teaches FEWER classes than I do

    6. WHO VS WHOM VS WHOSE VS WHO’S
    a. We need someone WHO can inspire the team
    b. He is a good man WHOM fortune makes better
    c. The gunman WHOSE mask had slipped, Fled
    d. We need to know WHO’S buying our products.
    7. THEN VS THAN
    a)They we’re different back then.
    b)She sings better than Angel.
    8. TO VS TOO
    a) I want to go out.
    b)The rate of employment is too high.
    9. I.E VS E.G
    a. Every genetics student learns to the two basic methodologies in the field I.E forward genetics and reverse genetics.
    b. The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports E.G gymnastics, swimming and tennis.
    10.INTO vs IN TO
    a) I dropped in to say hello.
    b) Glory sorted all his files into separate envelopes.

  14. Burabari Emmanuel says:

    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

  15. Burabari Emmanuel says:

    Mat. No.: DE.2021/6792

    Answers:
    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

  16. Favour Odimuya says:

    Name: Odimuya Favour Chinyere
    Department: CinematoIngraphy and broadcasting studies
    Mat number: De.2021/6773

    It’s vs Its
    I) It’s my bag you are taking ohh.
    Ii) Its quite foggy today

    Your vs You’re
    Ii) Your type is rare to find
    Ii) You’re one in a million

    Semicolon
    I) Jesus is the son of God; the holy spirit is part of the holy Trinity
    Ii) Heaven is the goal; Hell ain’t an option.

    Less vs fewer
    I) I think I have less friends now
    Ii) These are fewer than expected.

    To vs Too
    I) I am going to the market
    Ii) I am too emotional

    Affect vs Effect
    I) How does that affect me?
    Ii) I can’t see the effect that has on me.

    Lose vs Loose
    I) I can’t lose you too.
    Ii) Jessica, your gown is too loose.

    Then vs Than
    I) I am better than you.
    Ii) I was popular back then.

    Who vs That
    I) That was harsh
    Ii) Who did this?

    Between vs Among
    I) I want this to be kept a secret between us.
    Ii) I am among those that went to see the vice president.

  17. Burabari Emmanuel says:

    Department: Journalism and Media studies
    Mat. No.: DE.2021/6792

    Answers:
    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

  18. Burabari Emmanuel says:

    Department: Journalism and Media studies
    Mat. No.: DE.2021/6792

    Answers:
    1. Alot vs a lot
    I have alot of accessories at home.
    Their are a lot of wears at home.

    2. In to vs into
    Come in to the house.
    He has gone into my room to get those stuffs.

    3. Insurance vs assurance
    What insurance are you giving to him?
    I’m giving you an insurance.

    4. Among vs between
    The role you were looking for is among the book.
    His between the students.

    5. Whose vs whom
    Whose is the right person there?
    Whom is the one?

    6. You’re vs your
    Is it you’re own?
    You have to submit you’re own before it’s too late.

    7. To vs too
    I’m in love with his to.
    Come too the house let’s interact.

    8. Lose vs loose
    She couldn’t bear to loose her son.
    I had loose which was so devastating.

    9. Than vs then
    I have more than you do.
    Then you went there.

    10. Affect vs effect
    It doesn’t matter the effect on you.
    Think of the effect before reasoning.

  19. Ibiye victory Joseph says:

    Name: Ibiye Victory Joseph
    Department: Journalism and Media Studies

    1. It’s – Its
    It’s all over the place
    A baby in its mother’s womb

    2. To – Too
    Come to me my Angel
    Stop being too close

    3. Then – Than
    He was slim then…..
    Mine is bigger than his

    4. Into – In to
    Come in to my life, lord jesus
    Into your hands, I commend my spirit

    5. Among – Between
    He was among them, I saw him
    I came in between them

    6. Effect – Affect
    Well to that effect…….
    And who is that going to affect?

    7. Who – That
    Who I’m i seeing?
    That is mine, not yours

    8. Your – You’re
    Check your bag
    You’re so beautiful

    9. Use of Commas
    When he came, he picked up some few things and left
    When I was young, things weren’t easy

    10. Assure – Ensure – Insure
    I assure you, all will be fine
    Ensure you put them well before leaving
    I’m going to insure my car

  20. Name:Wali Favour
    Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting
    Matric No:DE:2021/6754
    1. They’re Vs Their Vs There
    a) They’re planning to go on vacation in June.
    b) We’re their neighbours.
    c)I ought to go there but I won’t.
    2. Your Vs You’re
    a)I admire you for your courage.
    b)I hope you’re going to be better with time.
    3. It’s Vs It’s
    a) This frog is too small for its aquarium.
    b)She said it’s only ten minutes drive.
    4. Affect Vs Effect
    a) smoking tobacco can adversely affect your lungs and blood flow.
    b) Exercise can have positive effects on your health.
    5. To Vs Too
    a) She use to be responsible.
    b) This shirt is way too big for me.
    6. Between Vs Among
    a) She stood between her and her father.
    b) He is nervous being among famous people.
    7. Lose Vs Loose
    a) she really wants to lose weight.
    b) “My son has a loose tooth”.
    8. Assure Vs lnsure Vs Ensure
    a) I can assure you of the reliability of this.
    b) Which company did you insure with?
    c) We want to ensure quality.
    9.Into Vs In to
    a) They were heading into the town.
    b) The lecturer shared us into various groups.
    10. Who Vs Whom Vs Whom Vs Who’s
    a)Who is that?
    b)Here dwells an old woman with whom I will like to converse.
    c)He is the man whose car was stolen.
    d) it’s good to meet a girl who’s wit.

  21. Tekara Peace Nyimenka says:

    Public Relations And Advertising Department

    YOUR VS YOU’RE
    1. Your father is a medical doctor.
    2. You’re too quiet.

    AFFECT VS EFFECT
    1. The loud crash affected his hearing.
    2. The effects of cultism are overwhelming.

    TO VS TOO
    1. I came to buy some foodstuffs.
    2. The food is too sweet.

    THEN VS THAN
    1. Jesus called Peter and Andrew, and then the sons of Zebedee.
    2. John is more chubby than Ken.

    ASSURE VS ENSURE VS INSURE
    1. I assure you that the items are safe.
    2. The land has been insured.

    WHO VS THAT
    1. Who is standing by the door?
    2. That car is fine.

    ITS VS IT’S
    1. The dog has killed its puppy.
    2. It’s a pity that the man couldn’t survive the accident.

    LESS VS FEWER
    1. The milk quantity is less than the chocolate.
    2. I have fewer jobs left to accomplish.

    LOSE VS LOOSE
    1. The man don’t wish to lose his wife.
    2. Loose him! And let him go.

    BETWEEN VS AMONG
    1. Between Jane and Faith, who is more beautiful?
    2. I am among the top ten in my class.

  22. Chukwuemeke Fortune Chinedu says:

    Name: Chukwuemeke Fortune Chinedu.
    Department: Journalism And Media Studies.
    Mat. No: DE.2021/8527

    1. LOSE Vs LOOSE
    • Hold my hand, I don’t want to lose you.
    • The boy had a loose tooth.
    2. USE OF COMMAS
    • David, a 17 year old boy, is one of the survivors.
    • Michael, a 19 year old boy, is one of the victims.
    3. A LOT Vs ALLOT
    • There is a lot of milk in the bucket.
    • My mother will allot each of us a small slice.
    4. WHO vs THAT
    • She is the girl who scored the goal.
    • That is the shirt I want to buy.
    5. BETWEEN vs AMONG
    • You need to decide between getting a laptop and buying a TV.
    • The house is nestled among the trees.
    6. TO vs TOO
    • We are going to the restaurant.
    • The soup is too hot.
    7. POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    • It is the boys’ turn to sweep the class.
    • The necklace is Mother’s most priced possession.
    8. THEN vs THAN
    • First I went to the store, and then I got gas.
    • I like cake more than pie.
    9. AFFECT vs EFFECT
    • The weather conditions will affect the number of people that will come to the outdoor concert.
    • The New law prohibiting texting while driving will go into effect tomorrow.
    10. WHOM vs WHO’S vs WHOSE.
    • He saw the faces of those whom he loved at his birthday celebration.
    • Who’s handling the case?.
    • Whose shoes were left at the door.

  23. Joel Esther Boma says:

    Name: Joel Esther Boma
    Mat. No.: DE.2021.6829
    Department: journalism and media studies.
    1. They’re vs Their vs There
    Saying “I left it they’re before going out” rather than “I left it there before going out”.
    Saying “I carried there book out” rather than “I carried their book out”.
    2. Lose vs loose
    Saying”I want to lose my braids” rather than ” i want to loose my braids”.
    Saying “sorry for your loose” rather than “sorry for your lose”.
    3. Your vs you’re
    Saying “your coming home right” rather than” you’re coming home right”.
    Saying “you’re gown is red” rather than ” your gown is red”.
    4. Its vs it’s
    Saying” the character has it’s role to play” rather than “the character has its role to play”.
    Saying “its my duty to wash the plates” rather than “it’s my duty to wash the plates”.
    5. Affect vs effect
    Saying” I never taught it will effect you like that” rather than “I never taught it will affect you like that”.
    Saying” the medicine is showing its affect” rather than” the medicine is showing its effect”.
    6. To vs too
    Saying “Felicia talks to much” rather than “Felicia talks too much”
    Saying” I want to go too church” rather than “I want to go to Church”.
    7. Alot vs a lot vs allot
    Saying “Vicky talks alot” rather than “vicky talks a lot”
    Saying “I have allot of assignments” rather than “I have a lot of assignment”.
    8. Into vs in to
    Saying ” Jane walked in to the office” rather than “Jane walked into the office”.
    Saying “tari entered into our conversation” rather than “tari entered in to our conversation”.
    9. Then vs than
    Saying “I was taller then you before” rather than “l was taller than you before”.
    Saying “I heard it than” rather than “i heard it then”.
    10.less vs fewer
    Saying “I have fewer garri than yam” rather than “I have less garri than yam”
    Saying “I have less potatoes than rice “rather than “I have fewer potatoes than rice”.

  24. Otokini Becky Fyneface says:

    1a: THEY’RE
    They’re not at home
    They’re hungry
    1b: THEIR
    Their dad is back from work
    Their books got missing
    1c:. THERE
    There you go
    You can find the books there

    2a: YOUR
    Your dad is looking for you
    Your dress is very beautiful
    2b: YOU’RE
    You’re very beautiful
    You’re full of dreams and aspirations

    3a: ITS
    Its mine
    Its my dad’s car
    3b: IT’S
    It’s going to rain.
    It’s very hard to tell when he’s saying the truth
    4a: AFFECT
    It will affect your health if you don’t stop it
    4b: EFFECT
    The drugs has a bad side effect
    The effect will start showing in less time

    5a: TO
    I am going to the hospital
    Won’t you go to the market?
    5b: TOO
    She said she misses him too
    I love you too

    6a: WHO
    Who is responsible?
    Who is she?
    6b: THAT
    That girl is rude
    That car is beautiful
    7a: THEN
    I was doing great back then
    What do you really want then?
    7b:THAN
    It’s better said than done
    I rather go for it than stay without it
    8a: LESS
    I have less tolerance
    She has less weight
    8b: FEWER
    I think they’re fewer girls than boys here
    9a: BETWEEN
    Choose between the both of us
    I think between Ada and ibim, I prefer ibim the most
    9b: AMONG
    Among everybody am close with , I trust you more
    Among you both, I prefer you
    10: LOSE
    The lose is much
    Am sorry for your lose
    10b: LOOSE
    I don’t wanna loose you
    The cloth is no longer tight it’s now loose

  25. Adonye Great-destine Ibietohibi says:

    Adonye Great-destine Ibietohibi
    Matric Number:DE 2021/9483
    Department: Public relations and advertising

    1. Your vs You’re
    I. Let’s meet tomorrow at your convenience.
    II. You’re an angel, Debbie

    2. Affect vs Effect
    I. Hepatitis affects the liver.
    II. The effect of flying was the most convincing.

    3. To vs Too
    I. I want to leave.
    II. She doesn’t talk too much.

    4. Lose vs Loose
    I. If yo lose that money, you’ll be sorry.
    II. The wheelbarrow has a loose wheel.

    5. Then vs Than
    I. There are three green ones then a blue one.
    II. Patients diagnosed recently are surviving an average of longer than two years.

    6. Between vs Among
    I. Let’s meet between two and three.
    II. He is among the three who understands the subject.

    7. Its vs It’s
    I. He doesn’t think it’s a good idea to spend his money.
    II. A car is no good without it’s wheels.

    8. They’re vs Their vs There
    I. They’re happy to be home.
    II. They will meet tomorrow at their convenience.
    III. You get ready, I’ll take it from there.

    9. Who vs That
    I. It was nice to meet a man who helped us.
    II. Be glad that you have enough to eat.

    10. Who vs Whom vs Whose vs Who’s
    I. I don’t know who it is.
    II. He is the person with whom I work.
    III. They saw several houses whose roofs are falling off.
    Iv. Who’s got the time.

  26. Wobo Michelle omaruma says:

    Name: Wobo Michelle Omaruma
    Department : Public Relations And Advertising
    Mat Number: DE. 2021/9470
    1) Who vs That
    I. Who is your English teacher?
    ii. That is my ball
    2) To vs Too
    i. Where are you going to?
    ii. I miss you too
    3) Affect vs effect
    i.Too much sugar would affect your health.
    ii. Social media has a bad and good effect on children.
    4) your vs you’re
    i. Your mom is calling you.
    ii you’re going to miss your flight.
    5) its vs it’s
    i. The dog whacks its tail.
    ii. It’s my pencil.
    6) Lose vs Loose
    i. Don’t lose my book, I’ll need it.
    ii. The rope was very loose.
    7) There are vs There
    i. There are many fishes in the sea.
    ii. There is bag.
    8) Less vs fewer
    i. I feel less of myself.
    ii. There are fewer people here
    9) Between vs Among
    i. You have to pick between funmi and I
    ii. The thief is among us
    10) Into vs in to
    i. I’m into fashion and designing.
    ii. She went in to get her purse.

  27. Samuel Favour says:

    NAME: Samuel Favour
    MATRIC NO:DE.2021/9486.
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING.
    1. They’re vs Their vs There.
    a. They’re highly welcome to the party.
    They’re here for the money, so give it to them.
    b. Their car was damaged badly.
    Their salary was delayed due to the issues in the bank .
    c. There are so many churches spread throughout Agip.
    There is the spot where the man was murdered.
    2. Possessive Nouns.
    a. The student’s bag is blue not red.
    b. Teachers’ are the real superheroes.
    3. To vs Too.
    a. Mother said she would go to the market early because she doesn’t want to be delayed in traffic .
    You have to love your family, if not who else would.
    b . They, too, were impressed with her art work
    You got too attached to him, therefore you ended up taking your education for granted
    4 . Lose vs Loose
    a . Anita was warned , that she would lose her husband if she doesn’t change her gossip attitude .
    Who told you , you have to lose Jesus to find whealth .
    b. He was instructed to loose the boat
    Loose the rope it’s tight.
    5. Use of Commas .
    a. If only I am given a chance to explain myself, I would have been able to change his mind.
    b. Your mind is like a magnet , when you think positive things.
    6. Who vs Whom vs Whose vs Who’s.
    a.who is she talking with?
    Who will she marry?
    b. Whose car did you steal this time .
    Whose child did you exchange with mine
    c. The man whom you said stole your car has been arrested .
    The woman whom you want to marry is a call girl.
    7. Into vs In to
    a. She has moved into his apartment
    No one goes into that cave and comes back alive .
    b. In this organisation we don’t take challenges very likely .
    In all things, give glory to God.
    8. Who vs That
    a. Who is her sponsor?
    Who changed the position of the remote.
    b. That car requires a new car spray.
    The rumour was that the house down the street is haunted.
    9. Affect vs Effect
    a. The doctor described the effect of the drug, to be an assuring one.
    The effect of child abuse has not done any good to the society today.
    b. The accident affected her spinal cord.
    Your greed has affected your glory.
    10. Between vs Among.
    a. Sobu had to choose between Ovie and Chimizi.
    She chose to Dr. Sarah Chidebere Joe, after been told to choose between her and Dr. Stella Chinyere Eyindah.
    b. “Samuel is not among my choice of Friends”, the girl comments.
    Among all food production industries, Golden Penny still stands out as the best.

  28. Name: Jessy ann Gideon
    Dept: cinematography and broadcasting Media
    1) colon:
    Example: Me and my sister are really happy: we are going to Disneyland .
    ii) David has three dog: a beagle, a Dalmatian, and a husky.
    2)semi colon:
    Example: I have a big test tomorrow; I can’t go out tonight
    ii) Call me tomorrow; you can give me an answer then.
    3) between vs among
    Example: Her daughter was lost somewhere among the mass of people
    ii) The six were coins were hidden among the pebbles in the bucket.
    – I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place.
    ii) The money was divided between me and my sister.
    Less vs fewer
    Example: Rooney drinks less alcohol than Jake
    ii) We wear less clothing in hot weather
    – John has fewer fishing lures than Jake does.
    ii) She gets in fewer workouts than he does.
    5) Assure vs insure vs ensure
    Example: I assure you that you will be warm enough.
    ii) I assure you that I have been honest about the money I spent.
    -We will ensure that you don’t forget it.
    ii) James and shows the safety of himself and his passengers by driving carefully
    -How much did it cost to insure your car
    ii) You should always ensure your home for fire damage
    6) comma,
    Example: My teacher, however, did not believe my excuse.
    ii) The pet store has cats,dogs,hamsters,fish, and turtles.
    7) lose vs loose
    Example: Lose one’s temper (get angry)
    ii) Lose one’s mind (go insane)
    -Loose change
    ii) Loose-lipped
    8) Then vs than
    Example: she is younger than him
    ii) I am smarter than them
    – Eggs were cheaper back then
    ii) I bought a glass of juice then sat down to eat
    9) Who vs That
    Example: Who is he?
    ii) Who are they going to see?
    – What is that?
    – Where is that?
    10) Affect vs Effect
    Example: The weather affected his mood.
    ii) the medicine will at least affect your eyesight for 1 hours.
    – The effects of the tornado was devastating.
    ii) China’s big win has an overall effect on her confidence level.

  29. Miracle Izuma Silas says:

    *NAME*: Miracle Izuma Silas
    *FACULTY:* Communication and media studies
    *DEPARTMENT:* Development communication studies

    They’re, vs Their, vs There
    1. *They’re* planning to go on vacation in November.
    2. The cup is over *there* on the table
    3. *Their* dog is always barking

    Loose Vs lose
    1. A *loose* thread
    2. I don’t want to *lose* you

    Less Vs Fewer
    1. He finished in *less* time than I did
    2. Women commit *fewer* crimes than men

    Who Vs That
    1. Do you know *who* wrote this Novel?.
    2. John told me *That* he wanted to move to England

    Use of comma
    1. I went to the store to buy milk,*bread and egg.

    Between Vs Among
    1. Don’t let it come *between* us
    2. He danced *Among* the crowd

    Affect Vs Effect
    1. The news *affected* her mood
    2. The overall *effect* was surprising

    Assure Vs Insure Vs Ensure
    1. I *assure* you this is temporary
    2. It is a good idea to *insure* the gift when you send it
    3. Security will be on the door to *ensure* exclusivity

    To Vs Too
    1. I’m going *to* bed early
    2. Its not *too* late to change your mind

    Possessive Noun
    1. I wore my *friend’s* cap.

  30. OGBUIGBA RENA says:

    Name: Ogbuigba Rena
    Department: Development Communication Studies
    1) INTO VS IN TO
    Pour the water into the barrel.
    She brought me in to train for the job.
    2) LOSE VS LOOSE
    Daniel is afraid he will lose the game.
    She is putting on a loose trouser.
    3)THEN VS THAN
    First i went to the store, and then i got gas.
    I like cake better than bread.
    4) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    Smoking tobacco can affect your lungs and blood flow.
    The effect of the drugs soon wore off.
    5) TO VS TOO
    I want to eat.
    The shirt is way too big for me.
    6) I.E VS E.G
    Only one city, i.e., london, has hosted the summer olympics three times.
    i love stone fruits e.g peaches, plums, and cherries.
    7) WHO VS THAT
    She needed someone who would understand her.
    Jennifer hinted that she would be late for class.
    8) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    Your laughing is disrupting the class.
    You’re working way too much.
    9) ITS VS IT’S
    Its front door will open when you’re nearby.
    It’s always been a dream of mine.
    10) LESS VS FEWER
    Less detail is sometimes more better than more detail.
    John has fewer fishing lures than jack does.

  31. Deinbia Belema Lucy says:

    You’re Vs Your
    You’re not going to meet them there.
    Your house is the one with the black gate.
    They’re Vs Their
    They’re not going to get there before noon.
    The class did not hold again because their lecturer couldn’t make it.
    To vs Too
    The water shouldn’t be too hot.
    I have decided to not be involved in the case.
    Who Vs Whose
    Who is she referring to?
    Whose vest are u putting on?
    Than Vs Then
    I’d rather take oranges than mangoes.
    It haven’t happened then.
    Between Vs Among
    She was standing between the two men.
    You can’t keep wet clothes among dried ones.
    Assure Vs Ensure
    He assured me that he wouldn’t tell my parents.
    She ensured the gates were locked before going to bed.
    Less Vs Few
    I like him less each time I see him.
    The number of guests at the hall are few.
    A lot Vs Allot
    There were a lot of rich men at the party.
    Each candidate was alloted five minutes to make a presentation in front of the judges.
    It’s Vs its
    It’s difficult to see far without my glasses.
    Am feeling sleepy already because its past my bedtime.

  32. Enyikah Divinegrace ure says:

    Enyikah Divinegrace U’re
    DE.2021/6772
    Cinematography and Broadcasting
    SEMICOLONS
    1) I have a big test tomorrow; I can’t go out tonight.
    2) we have paid our dues; we expect all the privileges listed in the contract.
    LESS VS FEWER
    LESS
    1)we need less talk and more work!
    2) Jeff drinks less alcohol than John
    FEWER
    1)I have fewer pairs of shoes than I used to have.
    2)she gets in fewer workouts than he does.
    TOO VS TO
    TOO
    1) the game was almost too exciting in the last minute of the play.
    2)she was too distracted to notice.
    TO
    1)the kind gesture brought me to tears.
    2)we paid for your meal to show our appreciation.
    AFFECT VS EFFECT
    AFFECT
    1)the weather affected his mood .
    2) failing a test can affect someone’s mood
    EFFECT
    1)this paper examines the effect of global warming.
    2)the new teacher has a positive effect on the students.
    WHO VS THAT
    WHO
    1) that’s the girl who scored the goal .
    2)comfort is the one who saw the bird.
    THAT
    1)i expect that he will help us.
    2)I know that he went to the village.
    LOOSE VS LOSE
    LOOSE
    1) wear loose clothes as they’re more comfortable.
    2)she gathered loose soil and let it filter slowly through her fingers.
    LOSE
    1)hold my hand I don’t want to lose you.
    2)the company is going to lose
    BETWEEN VS AMONG
    BETWEEN
    1)there is a strong bond between my father and mother.
    2)is there a connection between his arrival and her disappearance.
    AMONG
    1)they were walking among the crowd.
    2)we saw a house among the trees.
    ENSURE VS ASSURE VS INSURE
    ENSURE
    1)these blankets ensure that you’ll be warm enough.
    2)I will study hard to ensure I get good grades.
    ASSURE
    1)I assure you that you’ll be warm enough.
    2)l assure you that I will finish the job.
    INSURE
    1) this policy will INSURE your car against theft .
    2),she had difficulty finding a company that would insure her.

    THE USE OF COMMAS
    1)I went to the store to buy milk, eggs and bread.
    2)we drove to the beach,but we left since the parking lot was full.
    THEN VS THAN
    THAN
    1)I have a few pairs of shoes than I used to have
    2)she gets in fewer workouts than he does.

  33. Emmanuel Iyumameh Nwugo says:

    Name: Emmanuel Iyumameh Nwugo
    Dept.: Development Communication Studies
    Mat. No.: DE.2021/6674

    1. LOSE Vs LOOSE
    • Keep an eye on the patient so we don’t lose her.
    • There’s a loose thread on your dress.
    2. USE OF COMMAS
    • Chioma, a 16-year old, is one of the victims.
    • The news story contains a punch lead, a quotation from the party spokesperson and a summary.
    3. A LOT Vs ALLOT
    • They shared a lot of gadgets at the Port Harcourt Fair last year.
    • The Vice President of the organization allots duties to each unit.
    4. WHO vs THAT
    • Dr. Sarah is the one who is overseeing the affairs of students of Development Communication Studies.
    • That is the book I told you I wanted to buy.
    5. BETWEEN vs AMONG
    • You need to decide between getting a bag and buying a phone.
    • We found a pen with overflowing ink among the stationeries.
    6. TO vs TOO
    • We’ll be traveling to the UK, come December.
    • You’re too weak to go to work today.
    7. POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    • It is the girls’ turn to sweep the class.
    • The wristwatch is Father’s most priced possession because of its antiquity.
    8. THEN vs THAN
    • 9:00pm? Okay, I should be less busy then.
    • For me, beans tastes way better than rice.
    9. AFFECT vs EFFECT
    • The flood left a dastardly effect on the habitants of the area.
    • Don’t let this minor setback affect your dedication to studies, please.
    10. WHOM vs WHO’S vs WHOSE.
    • This is the man whose signature we need to get the contract sealed.
    • Who’s handling your case?
    • To whom did you make payment?

  34. Joy kwani says:

    Name :Joy Kwani
    Department: Development Communication
    Studies
    Matric no : De.2021/6693

    Semicolon
    1. We have paid our dues; we expect all the privileges listed in the contract.
    2. Call me on Monday; you can give me an answer then.

    2. COMMA
    1 the match was over, but the crowd refused to leave.
    2.the man explained his question, yet his colleagues did not understand.

    3. It’s Vs Its
    1. The flag is on its pole.
    2 the sun was so bright, it’s rays blinded me.
    4. Possessive nouns
    1 Joy grabbed her bag from Blessings car.
    2 the man collected his money from me.

    5 Into Vs In to
    1. She came into the car.
    2 I will plug in to the guitar amp.
    6 Between VS Among
    1. He stood between his principal and his parents.
    2. They were among those that stole the phone.

    7. Lose VS Loose
    1 I won’t lose you.
    2 My dog broke loose from the yard .

    8. Than Vs Then
    1. Shalom and Precious are both taller than Glory.
    2 the feelings I had for you then cannot be compared to now.

    9. Who Vs That
    1. Who is there with you.
    2. Bring that girl to me, she needs to be dealt with.
    10. To Vs Too
    1 We’re going to Ahoda.
    2. She is much too young to be watching this movie.

  35. Granville Violet Tamunosaki Dan says:

    Name: Granville Violet Tamunosaki Dan
    Department: Journalism and Media Studies
    1) Their – There – They’re
    Their: The Johnson’s family invited me to their party.
    There: My dad is always there for me.
    They’re: They’re camping here for two nights.
    2) Then – Than
    Then: The then-president was my classmate.
    Than: Simi is younger than I am.
    3) Your – You’re
    Your: Your cake taste delicious.
    You’re: You’re such a good friend.
    4) Affect -Effect
    Affect: The woman took the news of her husband’s death with little affect.
    Effect: I have no idea what effect this new diet will have.
    5) To – Too
    To: You do not have to correct it as it is perfectly grammatical.
    Too: The soup is too hot.
    6) Who – That
    Who: Riya is the one who rescued the dog.
    That: That house belong to the phoenix family.
    7) Lose – Loose
    Lose: I don’t want to lose myself.
    Loose: The hounds have been loosed.
    8) Less – Fewer
    Less: AJ drinks less wine than she use to.
    Fewer: John has fewer fishing lures than Jack does.
    9) Between – Among
    Between: What’s the difference between love and care?
    Among: I want to among like-minded people.
    10) It’s – Its
    It’s: It’s fun to go to the fair.
    Its: It’s greatest attribute is its flexibility.

  36. NAME: NWEKE DANIEL SUNDAY
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MAT no: DE 2021/9464
    1) It’s vs its
    It’s an open book test.
    Emmanuella told me not to take the money because its hers.
    2) To vs Too
    I’m going to the market.
    The protocols are too much.
    3) Who vs That
    Who took my eraser?
    Is that not Mr Okon?
    4) Between vs Among
    I sat in between my parents during church service.
    He’s among the culprits.
    5) Then vs Than
    Back then in my secondary school days I was the disciplinary prefect.
    Miracle is better than Joshua in Fifa.
    6)whose vs who’s
    Whose book is this?
    Who’s Peter obi’s vice?
    7) Affect vs Effect
    Too much intake of alcohol will affect your health.
    The drugs will have an effect on him after 2 days.
    8) who vs whom
    Who is the owner of covenant university?.
    To whom do we belong?.
    9) your vs you’re
    That’s your book.
    You’re among the most wonderful lectures I’ve come across.
    10) They’re vs Their
    They’re on their way to kaduna.
    That’s their food.

  37. Echika chidera victoria says:

    1) Your vs You’re
    – I’ll give he your pen
    -you’re really preety
    2) It’s vs Its
    -It’s stressful
    -its my duty
    3) Affect vs Effect
    -it took effect immediately
    -The effect was mad
    4) To vs Too
    -I’m going to church today
    -im coming too
    5) I.e vs E.g
    -I.e I am a girl
    E.g he is a boy
    6) Who vs That
    -he is the man who owns the house
    -That house is mine
    7) Into vs In to
    -he ran into the house
    -look in to my eyes
    8)Lose vs Loose
    -it was too lose to manage.
    -loose your hair now
    9)Then vs Than
    -i took the meat and then I ran
    -I like beans than noodles
    10) Between vs Among
    -he had to choose btw me and his sister
    -amomg all of you who stole the money

  38. IYENE JANE says:

    NAME: IYENE JANE
    MATRIC NO:DE.2021/6836
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

    1) WHO VS. WHOM
    a. I want to know who pays the bill.
    b.To whom it may concern,I repay evil with evil.

    2)USE OF COMMAS
    a. I bought rice, beans, potato and yam for the marriage ceremony.
    b. On Sunday we had rice, stew and orange juice for lunch.

    3) TO VS. TOO
    a. I am going to my uncle’s place.
    b.The food is too hot.

    4) ASSURE VS. ENSURE
    a. I assure you,the work will be done before sunrise.
    b. Ensure that all the windows are locked before you leave the house.

    5) LESS VS. FEWER
    a.You have less than a day to get the jobs done.
    b. Fewer than five students enrolled in the “Save a life programme”.

    6) BETWEEN VS. AMONG
    a. Jane stood between Dan and his mum.
    b. There was an eagle among the chicks.

    7) SEMICOLONS
    a. I have a big presentation tomorrow; I need to rest.
    b. I have a test tomorrow; I need to study.

    8) A LOT VS. ALLOT
    a. A lot of young people engage in cybercrime these days.
    b. The company will allot three million to the employee of the month.

    9) AFFECT VS. EFFECT
    a. She wasn’t going to let one failed test affect her result.
    b. The curfew placed by the governor will go into effect tomorrow.

    10) POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    a. This is Jane’s cat.
    b. The student’s note is missing.

  39. George Miracle Obomate says:

    Name:George Miracle Obomate
    Department:Cinematography and broadcasting
    1:your vs you’re
    -what is your favourite food
    -I will give you your receipt when you’re done with your payment
    2:To vs Too
    -I will get back to you
    -you were supposed to share your biscuits too
    3:Between vs Among
    -if I had to choose between life and death I would choose death
    -you are not among them no more
    4: Lose vs Loose
    -I had to lose you to love me
    -the knot is too loose
    5:Who vs That
    -who are you talking to
    -that could have been us
    6:After vs Effect
    -after you left the party there was a fight
    -the effect of her mother’s death on her was too much
    7:Then vs Than
    -back then I was an extrovert
    I’m far better than you can ever be
    8:I.e vs E.g
    -He said Lmao i.e laugh my ass off
    -I want different brands E.g Luis vulton,Gucci,channel etc
    9:Assure vs Ensure
    -I assure you there will be a refund
    -ensure your sister gets her home work done
    10:whose vs whom
    -whose pen is this
    -I give respect to whom respect is due

  40. MBON BLESSING BARIDOMAEEDEE says:

    1. Its vs It’s
    the dog chased its tail.
    It’s a good day for a bike ride.
    2. To vs Too
    Canada will forever be linked to Britain
    Hey, are you going on vacation? can i come too?
    3. Who vs that
    Who scored the winning touch down.
    Take that envelope to the Post office.
    4. Lose vs loose
    My doctor said my health will improve if I lose weight.
    Ten prisoners have broken loose and are on the run.
    5. Then vs Than
    We lived in Philadelphia then, before the kids were born.
    Paris is further than Moscow.
    6. Less vs loose
    The new apartment has less space than the old one.
    We have fewer than a thousand ticket remaining.
    7. Between vs Among
    What is the difference between hate, loathing and disdain
    I want to live among like-minded people.
    8. Effect vs Affect
    The effects of climate change are seen in the antarctic.
    Smoking affects your lung capacity.
    9. There vs Their vs They’re
    Is there any hope for humanity.
    Someone left their back pack behind.
    If they’re there before me, let me know.
    10. E.g vs I.e
    We should do our best to take care of beneficial garden insects e.g bees and worms
    The dog went to play in the yard, i.e chase the neighbors cat and dig holes in the garden beds.

  41. Emmanuel says:

    Name: Emmanuel usobom

    Dept: journalism and media studies

    Mat no: DE.2021/6805

    1) your vs you’re

    – Your the reason why I’m in this mess.

    – you’re responsible for this pregnancy.

    2) To vs Too

    -Where are you headed to?

    -I woke up this morning with an headache too.

    3) Affect vs Effect

    – how does me not eating onions affect you?

    – I love the effect used in that video.

    4) they’re vs their

    – they’re all going to the club

    – their uncle is a police officer

    5) Between vs among

    – Between Ralph and Emmanuel who is more intelligent

    – I’m among those people sitting over there

    6) Assure vs insure

    – I assure you I will go slowly this time

    – Ensure you do your homework and wash the plates before going out.

    7) Who vs That

    – what is that thing over there

    – who wants some ice cream

    8) Into vs in to

    – I’m into cars than bikes

    – I went in to collect my bags

    9) it’s vs its

    – it’s the color for me

    – you need to stop smoking its not good for your health

    10) Then vs Than

    – I kissed her then I killed her

    – she’s more prettier than the rest of the other girls I’ve met

  42. Emmanuel says:

    Name: Emmanuel usobom
    Dept: journalism and media studies
    Mat no: DE.2021/6805
    1) your vs you’re
    – Your the reason why I’m in this mess.
    – you’re responsible for this pregnancy.
    2) To vs Too
    -Where are you headed to?
    -I woke up this morning with an headache too.
    3) Affect vs Effect
    – how does me not eating onions affect you?
    – I love the effect used in that video.
    4) they’re vs their
    – they’re all going to the club
    – their uncle is a police officer
    5) Between vs among
    – Between Ralph and Emmanuel who is more intelligent
    – I’m among those people sitting over there
    6) Assure vs insure
    – I assure you I will go slowly this time
    – Ensure you do your homework and wash the plates before going out.
    7) Who vs That
    – what is that thing over there
    – who wants some ice cream
    8) Into vs in to
    – I’m into cars than bikes
    – I went in to collect my bags
    9) it’s vs its
    – it’s the color for me
    – you need to stop smoking its not good for your health
    10) Then vs Than
    – I kissed her then I killed her
    – she’s more prettier than the rest of the other girls I’ve met

  43. IYENE JANE says:

    NAME: IYENE JANE

  44. Name: Wobo Godwin Chimelem
    Dept: Public Relations and Advertising
    Mat. No: D.E. 2021/ 9490

    1. IT’S vs ITS:

    — Dear women, It’s your time your time to pick up the leadership baton.
    — The Lion devoured its prey

    2. Affect vs Effect:

    — High frequency sounds will severely affect your ear drums.
    — The effect of the hurricane was a devastated landscape.

    3. To vs Too:

    — John almost fell while attending to her.
    — Jessica talks too much.

    4. Your vs You’re:

    — Don’t you know You’re special, Jesse?
    — Hello,  is this your bag?

    5. Who vs That:

    — Who is that?
    —He told me that the book is a good read.

    6. Lose vs Loose:

    — If you lose that ten-pound note, you’ll be sorry.
    — Please Loose that rope!

    7. Less vs Fewer

    — This gadget is less useful than I expected.
    — There are fewer tigers than there were a hundred years ago.

    8. Between vs Among:

    —I want to buy one that costs somewhere between forty and fifty thousand.
    —Lactose intolerance is common among people of Asian heritage.

    9. Then vs That:

    — You don’t like beans? What do you want me to cook, then?
    — Be glad that you have enough to eat.

    10. Their vs There:

    —they will meet tomorrow at their convenience
    —They patched up their differences, but matters did not end there.

  45. Pretty Victor De.20219679 Development communication studies says:

    (1) Then Vs Than
    Then
    i. I will go to the shopping mall then I will go to the cinema.
    ii. I ate too many sweet things then.
    Than
    i. Ego is smarter than her sister.
    ii. I like sharwama.
    (2) Into vs in to
    i. She dived into the water .
    ii. He threw the letter into the fire.
    (b)I. Am finding it difficult to log in to my Facebook account.
    ii. Am going in to get my phone fixed.
    (3) Lose vs loose
    (a)it is very painful to lose a family member.
    ii. No matter the situation make sure you don’t lose your school identity card.
    (b) my canvas laces is loose .
    (ii) The boyb is putting on a loose shirt.
    (4) Who vs that
    (a) I wonder who that letter was from.
    (ii) who is that woman.
    (b) look at that man over there.
    ii. I was living with my parents at that time.
    (5) It’s vs its
    (a) have you any idea of its value .
    ii. The dog has hurt its paw.
    (b) It’s mostly dark in a shady room.
    iI. It’s a nice car.
    (6) Between vs Among
    (a) He stood between his mother and father.
    ii. Don’t eat between meals.
    (b)They strolled among the crowds.
    (ii) The house is nestled among trees.
    (7) To vs Too
    (a) I walked to the office.
    ii. He’s going to Paris.
    (b) it is too much to ask for a little quite ?
    ii. It’s too late to do any thing about it now.
    (8).Whose vs Who’s
    a)Whose phone is this?
    ii.i wonder who this is .
    b) Who’s with my bag?
    (9).Assure vs Ensure
    (a)Ensure u pick up your brother from school early today
    ii.the book ensured his success.
    (b)I assure you that I will give my best this semester.
    ii. I won’t let you down ,I can assure you of that.
    (10) I.e vs E.g
    -I got in trouble for getting home late, i.e, after curfew.
    -The summer olympics is composed of variety of sports, e.g, gymnastics, swimming, and tennis.

  46. Joy wingidengefa otobo says:

    Name:Joy wingidengefa otobo
    Department: public relations and advertising
    1: They’re Vs their us there
    They’re_ I don’t know if they are going to sell anything today
    Their_we’re their neighbors
    There_I will be there tomorrow
    2:Your Vs you’re
    Your_I had plans on coming to your house today
    You’re_i can’t predict if you’re going to be successful or not
    3_Its Vs it’s
    Its_the milk is in its container
    Its_I know it’s hard,but you’ll be okay
    4_Affect Vs effect
    Affect_your opinion will not affect my decision
    Effect_the medicine had an immediate effect
    5:To vs too
    To_I give the note book to my brother
    Too_He is much too young to be watching this movie
    6: Between Vs Among
    Between_there are fences between all the houses
    Among_she is comfortable being among friends
    7:Loose Vs lose
    Loose_the rope was tied in a loose knot
    Lose_she really wants to lose weight
    8:Assure Vs insure Vs ensure
    Assure_she’s perfectly safe,I can assure you
    Insure_which company do you insure with?
    Ensure_we want to ensure quality
    9:into Vs in to
    Into_I ran to my old classmate
    In to_we we’re grouped into four different groups
    10:Who Vs whom Vs/whose Vs who’s
    Whom she saw a lady whom she presumed worked at the store, and she asked a question.
    Who_that’s the girl who scored the goal
    Whose_His cousin, whose name I forge, was a nurse
    Who’s_ theria young girl who’s been staying with us.

  47. Thomas miracle chukwugoshem says:

    WHEN.
    1) When was the last lecture?
    2)when will Christmas come?

    Where
    1) where is the address please
    2) where is it

    YOUR
    1) Your bag is beautiful
    2) Your result is out

    YOU’RE
    1) You’re beautiful
    2) you’re so kind

    To
    1)she told me to come to the office tomorrow
    2)Winnie make sure you go to school early

    Too
    1)I made my results too
    2)he was invited too

    Then
    1)then I was I’ll
    2)I will be there by then

    Than
    1) she’s more fast than you
    2)he has muscles than you

    Affect
    1)it will afffect me
    2) the flood will afffect the community

    Effect
    1)it has a very bad effect
    2) the effect will wear off

    Among
    1)are you among them?
    2)are you actually among Mr Peter’s team?
    Between
    1) choose between the both
    2)let it be between
    Fewer
    1) yours are fewer than mine
    2) mine are fewer
    Less
    1)it was less when I was there
    2) the crowd was less within a second

    Lose
    1.you will lose the key
    2.please don’t lose the book
    Loose
    1.you will loose the game
    2.i can’t loose the match

  48. Ezemonye Blessing Ada says:

    Name: Ezemonye Blessing Ada
    Department: journalism and media studies
    Course: Human communication 2

    1. They’re – do you know if they’re going to buy a new house
    Their- The trees are losing their leaves
    There- I ought to go there but I won’t
    2. Your- I love your cooking
    You’re- I can’t say if you’re going to be successful or not
    3. Its- This cheese is past its expiration date
    It’s- It’s cold here
    4. Affect- Her father’s death had affect her studies
    Effect- computers have a good effect in our life’s
    5. To- Tell me what to do
    Too- He saw something and she saw it too
    6. Who- I told the story to anyone who would listen
    That- Jennifer hinted that she would be late for class
    7. Between- He stood between his mother and father
    Among- The house is nestled among the trees
    8. Into- Please put the bowl into the sink
    In to- She brought me in to train for the job
    9. Lose- please help me lose my tie
    Loose- wear loose clothes as they’re more comfortable
    10. Then- finish your homework, and then u can watch TV
    Than- she would rather stay in than go out

  49. Deele, Lete Fine
    Journalism
    1. ITS AND IT’S
    *It’s your idea I wanna hear.
    *Its difficult but I will put my best in it.
    2. TO and TOO
    * I’ll be on my way to the Market.
    * Teni is way too fat.
    3. I.E and E.G
    * I love my police dog I.E my dad.
    * Students prefer writing example as E.G.
    4. AMONG and BETWEEN
    * Share these among Everyone of you.
    * we can’t share these between the both of us equally.
    5.WHO and THAT
    * Who is the chairman?
    * That is the white witch I told you about.
    6. YOUR and YOU’RE
    * Pick up your bag
    * You’re so annoying.
    7. THEY, THEIR and THEY’RE
    * They are a team.
    * They’re okay with the room’s temperature
    * Lack of efficiency has always been their problem.
    8.THAN and THEN
    * While cooking noddles, you season it then allow it dry up.
    * I like rice than beans.

    9. AFFECT and EFFECT
    * It is important to know if the effect will be positive or negative
    * Whatever you do, it won’t affect my mental health
    10. LOSE and LOOSE
    * I don’t want you to lose the trust you have for me
    * The robe is too tight make it loose

    • Thomas miracle chukwugoshem Department;Deve.comm says:

      Department; Deve.comm

  50. Daniela Hanachor says:

    Name: Hanachor Daniela
    Department : Cinematography & Broadcasting
    1. Your vs You’re
    A. I took your book
    B. I think you’re amazing!
    2. Affect vs Effect
    A. The way you speak to me affects me.
    B. Attending this school has had a bad effect on my academics, mental health and social life.
    3. Lose vs Loose
    A. I’m scared to lose you
    B. My pants are very loose
    4. To vs Too
    A. I am going to pee
    B. I love you too
    5. Assure vs Ensure
    A. I assure you that there’s nothing to be worried about
    B. Ensure to read your Bible everyday
    6.Whose vs Who’s
    A. Whose dog is this?
    B. Who’s that pretty girl?
    7. Less or fewer
    A. The less you eat, the more you weaken
    B. She has fewer pens than I
    8 Between vs Among
    A. Pick between these two girls
    B. I was among the group of students that slept in class
    9. Then vs Than
    A. I slapped her then apologised later
    B. She’s prettier than her sister
    10. A lot vs Allot
    A. I wear jeans a lot
    B. He was allotted gold coins for winning the game.

  51. Bestman Cynthia Tamunoemi says:

    Name: Bestman Cynthia Tamunoemi
    Department: Cinematography and broadcasting studies
    Semicolon:I went for the ante-natal check-up yesterday
    Between vs among: Differentiate between love and trust
    The department of Cinematography and broadcasting studies are competing among the department of journalism

    Less vs fewer:He’s less of a hypocrite than I thought
    Fewer women were qualified for the job

    Then vs than:I remember I was so happy back then
    You can never run faster than your shadow

    Loss vs loose: Favour is trying to loss weight
    My dad set the dogs loose

    Who or that:Who is at the door
    I am not that kind of girl

    To vs too:I went to the house
    The food is too much

    Your vs you’re: Your book is on the table
    You’re a fool

    They’re vs their vs there: They’re playing football game outside
    The girls said their mother is waiting for me
    There is absolutely no need for this panicking

    Its vs it’s:The dog has its job to play
    It’s mostly dark in a shady room

  52. Aliogo sonia chisom says:

    Name: Aliogo Sonia Chisom
    Department: Development Communication Studies
    Course: Human communication
    Course code : Fcm 128

    1) Your vs You’re
    i. This your book looks very big.
    ii. You’re a very independent citizen.

    2) Its vs It’s
    i. The fowl hasn’t eaten its feed.
    ii. It’s very important to build good relationship among your pairs.

    3) To vs Too
    i. We went to visit our grandma.
    ii. He, too,is a well known course representative.

    4) Affect vs Effect
    i. The appointed representatives are to affect a change in the department.
    ii. There is a great effect with having you as our HOD.

    5) Who vs That
    i. The woman who is in the room with the baby is always smiling.
    ii. The fact that the blue car stopped is so annoying.

    6) Then vs Than
    i. Back then, children played outside a lot more often.
    ii. She would rather stand at a place than run about.

    7) Between vs Among
    i. There is a lot of disagreement between the families.
    ii. There is so much love among the students.

    8) Less vs Fewer
    i. We should endeavor to take less sugar.
    ii. We have fewer lecturers these semester.

    9) I.e vs Eg
    i. She does well in a particular aspect i.e her academics.
    ii. Noun is a name of a person, animal, place or thing e.g favour, lion, lagos.

    10) possessive nouns
    i. Blessing was gifted a plot of land .
    ii. Sophia bought a new expensive car.

  53. Okwudiri Favour says:

    Name : Okwudiri Favour
    Department : Cinematography and Broadcasting
    1. YOUR vs YOU’RE
    YOUR extravagant behavior is getting the better of you.
    YOU’RE getting a loan soon.
    2. AFFECT vs EFFECT
    Smoking tobacco can adversely AFFECT your lungs and blood flow.
    To that EFFECT you are being considered.
    3. TO vs TOO
    I was going TO see the optometrist.
    The offer was TOO good to refuse.
    4. ALOT vs ALLOT
    There is A LOT more to what you see in the outside.
    ALLOT only a specific amount to spend a day.
    5. LOSE vs LOOSE
    She has spent hours at the gym trying to LOSE weight.
    Wear LOOSE clothes as they are more comfortable.
    6. THEN vs THAN
    First I went to the store, THEN I bought gas.
    I like cake better THAN pie.
    7. ASSURE vs INSURE vs ENSURE
    I can ASSURE you that you won’t be disappointed.
    This policy will INSURE your car against theft .
    Wash regularly to ENSURE personal hygiene.
    8. LESS vs FEWER
    she finished in LESS Time than I did .
    FEWER than five people Live in this apartment.
    9. BETWEEN vs AMONG
    The office has two desks with a table BETWEEN them.
    The house is nestled AMONG the tree.
    10. USE OF COMMA
    He walked down the street, and then he turned the corner.
    She gifted him a bag, a wrist watch and some underwears.

  54. Answer
    1.yours vs.you’re
    -you made it around the track in under a minute,you’re fast.
    -How’s your fast going?are you getting hungry?.
    2.its vs.it’s
    —A computer can update its drive.
    —it’s going to be a fabulous night.
    3.Affect vs.effect
    —That movie had great effect on me.
    —That movie affected me greatly.
    4.To be.Too
    —I’m going to get a cup of coffee’s.
    —We both think it’s too cold outside.
    5.who vs.that
    —Her computer is the one that overheats all the time.
    —Linder is a blogger who likes ice cream.
    6.into vs.in to
    —Favour walked into the office.
    —Blessing was called in to a meeting.
    7.lose vs.loose
    —My cloth got loosed on my way out.
    —It’s like Man U is going to lose to Chelsea.
    8. Then Vs Than
    —my dinner was better than yours.
    —we made dinner, and then we ate it.
    9. Assure Vs Insure Vs ensure
    —I assure you that he’s good at his job.
    —ensure you’re free when i visit next weekend.
    —I insure my car because the law requires it.
    10. Between Vs Among
    —you an choose between a red shirt and a black shirt.
    —you can choose among all your shirts.

  55. Gershon Beracah Chimzi says:

    Name: Gershon Beracah Chimzi
    Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting
    Then and Than
    (i)Read then sleep, it’s good for you.
    (ii) I prefer reading than eating
    2. Less and Fewer
    (i) His grades dropped less than 50 suprisingly
    (ii) I had fewer slices of bread today
    3 Between and Among
    (i) I’ll choose between 10 and 15 game time
    (ii) She always wants to feel among the crowd
    4. Your and You’re
    (i) Finish up your meal
    (ii) you’re the best thing that happened too me
    5. They’re and Their
    (i) They’re picking London over dubai
    (ii) Their kids are amazing
    6. It’s and its
    (ii) it’s okay if you’re not sure
    (ii) its eggs were stolen
    7. To andToo
    (i) I want to know if you have extra money on you
    (ii) I love chelsea too!
    8. Who and That
    (i) who is the person behind this case
    (ii) That dog is cute
    9. Lose and Loose
    (i) Don’t do it that way, you’ll lose the game
    (ii) You’re wearing a loose dress
    10 Affect and Effect
    (i) Being unserious would affect you in all areas of life
    (ii) This is an effect of global warming

  56. Muegbara Godgift sorbarisere says:

    1.your vs you’re
    a)sorry I lost your pen
    b) you’re I’ll?
    2.its vs it’s
    a) it’s mine
    b) it’s dark here
    3.Affect vs effect
    a)your decision did not affect me
    b) your decision has no effect in me
    4) To vs too
    a)am going to bed
    b) your too lousy
    5)Then vs than
    a)we then left the party
    b) I prefer rice than beans
    6)Between vs Among
    a) between James and John whose taller
    b) among the three of you who are my meal
    7)lose vs loose
    a) I can’t afford to lose you
    b) I loosed the dog
    8) into vs in to
    a) am into trading business
    b) look in to the pot
    9) who vs that
    a) who slapped you
    b) that book is mine
    10)less vs fewer
    a)he less the tire
    b) they were few

  57. Isaiah Marvellous says:

    Isaiah Uwo-awaji Marvellous
    Public relations and advertising
    DE.2021/9492
    Human Communication

    1) They’re vs. Their vs. There
    i. They’re are going to home
    ii. I have their exams questions already
    iii. Go to the park, I will meet you there

    2) Your vs. You’re
    i. When you go to the class, you will see your bag
    ii. Yo, you’re in big trouble when you reach home

    3) Its vs. it’s
    i. My phone storage has reached its limits
    ii. I think it’s high time you dump her

    4) Affect vs. effect
    i. If you add water to sodium, it will affect the Na²
    ii. I think the food is having an effect on his mental state

    5) To vs. Too
    i. I want you to go home safely
    ii. I too like the view
    6) i.e vs. e.g
    i. Semantics i.e the study of words
    ii. Social media E.g Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

    7) who vs. that
    i. Excuse, who is the President
    ii. Go and bring that bag

    8) into vs. in to
    i. We have to go into the garage
    ii. I will go in to get my keys
    9) lose vs. loose
    i. I don’t want to lose you to him
    ii. The rope seems loose
    10) Assure vs. insure vs. ensure
    i. I can assure you that we will do our best
    ii. I have gone to insure my car against theft
    iii. We can ensure economic growth

  58. Hart Tamunoibifiri Samuel says:

    NAME: HART TAMUNOIBIFIRI SAMUEL
    MAT/No: DE.2021/9494
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    LEVEL: 100

    1. Affect- Effect
    Affect:
    If you don’t do your assignment it will affect your scores.
    Effect:
    The cartoon she watches will have an effect on her.

    2. It- It’s
    It:
    How long will it take?.
    It’s:
    It’s high time i leave.

    3.To -Too
    To:
    I want to take my leave.
    Too:
    I have a ball too.

    4. Who- that
    Who:
    Who was at the door?.
    That:
    I love that bag.

    5. Lose – Loose
    Lose:
    I don’t want to lose you.
    Loose:
    The screw is loose.

    6.Then -Than
    Then:
    Back then i loved chocolate.
    Than:
    I’m better than you.

    7. Between -Among
    Between:
    What happened between the two of them.
    Among:
    I was not among them.

    8. Your – You’re
    Your:
    I want your shoe badly.
    You’re:
    You’re welcome to my house.

    9. They’re – Their – There
    They’re:
    They’re about to leave.
    Their:
    Let them mind their business.
    There:
    Let’s not go there.

    10. Assure – Insure – Ensure
    Assure:
    I assure you, we’ll get it done before tomorrow.
    Insure:
    Many celebrities Insure their properties such as; Houses, Cars and some their bodies.
    Ensure:
    Ensure that they carry out the task properly.

  59. Nwagwu christabel chinenye says:

    Nwagwu christabel chinenye
    Cinematography and broadcasting
    De 2021/9971
    1. It s Vs Its
    It s
    i. It s past your bed time.
    ii. It s not a good idea to waste resources.
    Its
    i. The bird is in its house.
    ii. The plant is in its pot.
    2. Affect Vs Effect
    Affect
    i. How does your problem affect her?
    ii. Hard drugs can affect the health negatively.
    Effect
    i. We have to give the medication time to effect.
    ii. David had a positive effect in my life.
    3. Too Vs To
    Too
    i. Caleb too wrote a book.
    ii. Ikenna was too drunk to see the trailer coming.
    To
    i. Blessing handed the invite to me.
    ii. I am off to work.
    4. Who Vs That
    Who
    i. Who is at the door?
    ii. Who won the show?
    That
    i. That is her book.
    ii. Please return that envelope to the owner.
    5. Then Vs Than
    Then
    i. I will go to the shopping mall then I will go to the cinema.
    ii. I ate too many sweet things then.
    Than
    i. Ego is smarter than her sister.
    ii. I like sharwama better than pizza.
    6. Between Vs Among
    Between
    i. What is the difference between a novel and a poem.
    ii. I hid between the cars.
    Among
    i. The Children strolled among the crowd.
    ii. There was a house among the trees.
    7. They re Vs Their Vs There
    They re
    i. They re all liars.
    ii. They re going to sell their apartment soon.
    Their
    i. Please stay out of their business.
    ii. The red Honda is their car.
    There
    i. Who is over there?
    ii. There are two persons applying for the job.
    8. Your Vs Yours
    Your
    i. Your fiancee is here, Catherine.
    ii. Grab your copy of the book.
    Yours
    i. The pen is mine not yours.
    ii. The choice is yours.
    9. Into Vs In to
    Into
    i. Put the items into the car.
    ii. She walked into the apartment.
    In to
    i. She checked in to the hotel.
    ii. Zainab looked in to the report.
    10. Less Vs Fewer
    Less
    i. I have less money than my sister.
    ii. You should add less pepper.
    Fewer
    i. You should buy fewer clothes.
    ii. I saw fewer cars in the village

  60. Adonye Great-destine Ibietohibi says:

    Adonye Great-destine Ibietohibi
    Matric Number: DE 2021/9483
    Department: Public Relations And Advertising

    1.YOUR VS YOU’RE
    Lets meet tomorrow at your covinience
    You’re an angel,Debbie

    2. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    Hepatitis affects the liver
    The effect of the flying was the most convincing

    3.TO VS TOO
    I want to leave
    She doesn’t talk too much

    4.LOSE VS LOOSE
    If you lose that money you’ll be sorry
    This wheelbarrow has a loose wheel

    5.THEN VS THAN
    There are three green one’s, then a blue one They observed rather than act

    6.BETWEEN VS AMONG
    Let’s meet between two and three today
    He is among the few who understands the subject

    7.ITS VS IT’S
    He doesn’t think it’s a good idea to spend all his money
    A car is no good without its wheels

    8.THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    They’re happy to be home
    They will meet tomorrow at their convenience You get it ready, I’ll take it from there

    9.WHO VS THAT
    It was a nice man who helped us
    Be glad that you have enough to eat

    10. WHO VS WHOM WHOSE VS WHO’s
    I don’t know who it is
    He’s the person with whom I work
    We saw several houses whose roofs are falling off
    who’s got the time?

  61. Nlerum Precious Chiburuoma says:

    NAME : NLERUM PRECIOUS CHIBURUOMA
    MAT. NO. : DE. 2021/9849
    DEPT. : CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    LECTURER : DR. SARAH CHIDIEBERE JOE
    GIVE TWO EXAMPLES OF ANY TEN OF THE ABOVE GRAMMATICAL ERRORS.

    1. THEY’RE VS. THEIR VS. THERE
    They’re going to pay for this.
    It’s their fault I’m in this mess.
    I never knew I was going to meet him there.

    2. ITS VS IT’S
    There are germs in its fingernails.
    It’s my responsibility to keep you safe.

    3. ASSURE VS INSURE VS ENSURE
    We assure you, we’d get whoever did this.
    Ensure you leave that hotel before 4pm.
    I’m not insured against fire outbreak.

    4. TO VS TOO
    The bishop isn’t going to be around.
    Old habits don’t die too easily.

    5. LESS VS FEWER
    I hate him less each time he calls my name.
    Fewer girls are on black gowns today.

    6. THEN VS THAN
    She had no choice than to accept the proposal.
    I was genuinely happy then but not anymore.

    7. WHO VS THAT
    I need somebody who can love me at my worst.
    I’m that little indecisive girl.

    8. i.e vs e.g
    Denotative meaning is an agreed meaning of a word i.e the dictionary meaning of a word.
    Cliches are expressions that have lost its originality. e.g No pain no gain.

    9. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    I’m on my way to your house, babe.
    You’re everything I want.

    10. LOSE VS LOOSE
    If you lose that necklace, we’re done.
    My mum complains when I wear loose clothes.

  62. Emmanuel Divine Onyemaechi says:

    Name: Emmanuel Divine Onyemaechi
    Department of Journalism and Media studies

    Answers
    1) Less: She’s less of a hypocrite than I thought.
    Fewer: Fewer men are required for the job.
    2) Your: My mom had earlier asked for your book.
    You’re: You’re nothing but a good friend.
    3) Its: My aunt’s penguin never stays in its own cage.
    It’s: It’s been a while since I saw you smile.
    4) Into: Micheal is into girls with good character.
    In to: James can’t come in to school today.
    5) Lose: Divine is trying to lose weight.
    Loose: My brother set his dogs loose.
    6) Then: I remember how we were so happy back then.
    Than: You can never run faster than your shadow.
    7) Who: Mum asked who took the food from the dining.
    Whom: The boy whom I saw at the station was David.
    Whose: Whose food is these?
    Who’s: Who’s your true friend?
    8) Assure: I assure you that you will receive the money.
    Insure: Make sure you insure my bag before leaving.
    Ensure: I’ll ensure I submit the test scripts tomorrow.
    9) A lot: He loves eating plantain a lot.
    Allot: They had allot of time to prepare for the debate.
    10) They’re: They’re are thinking about the wedding.
    Their: They look good in their local regalia.
    There: With patience there is success.

  63. NWOWU VICTORIA ODINAKACHI says:

    Name: Nwowu Victoria Odinakachi

    Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting Studies

    Matric No: DE. 9695

    1. Your vs you’re

    * I’ve been calling but your line was not reachable.

    * You’re becoming a pain in my ass.

    2. Its and it’s

    * I have a puppy Its color is blue.

    * My mom gave birth yesterday, it’s a baby boy.

    3. To and too

    * I am going to see my friend Rose.

    * The salt is too much in the food.

    4. Who vs That

    * I wonder who got her a new bag.

    * Bethel was the girl that sang during the contest.

    5. Lose vs Loose

    * Ada will lose to precious during the game.

    * Cut the goat loose from it’s hold.

    6. Between vs Among

    * I prefer the blue bag among all.

    * Bukola is sitting between Rose and Princess.

    7. Less vs Fewer

    * We are expecting fewer guests for the ceremony this year

    * This year’s BBN has less viewers.

    8. I.e vs E.g

    * I love chocolate biscuits E.g choco rings, wafer cubes,etc.

    * Tope’s father kicked the bucket. I.e Tope’s father is dead.

    9. Affect Vs Effect

    * I hope this liposuction doesn’t have bad effect on you.

    * I think mom’s new rules will affect our after school hunt.

    10. There Vs Their Vs They’re

    * There will be a party at my place hope to see you.

    * Their room is always messed up.

    * Prepare the room for your cousins they’re coming to spend the weekend.

  64. Dagogo-jack Tamunotonye says:

    NAME: DAGOGO-JACK TAMUNOTONYE GIFT
    DEPARTMENT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCAST
    MATRIC NUMBER: DE 2021/6774
    1) Affect
    The experience affected me deeply.
    Effect
    I have no idea what effect this new diet will have.
    2) To
    I will have to take a taxi to the airport.
    Too
    This dress is too big on me.
    3) Then
    I eat my breakfast and then I go to work.
    Than
    Carrots are healthier than hotdogs.
    4) Your
    Your hair looks great today.
    You’re
    Make sure you’re healthy before you resume work.
    5) Who
    Who ate the last piece of pizza?
    That
    Let’s order the wine that mum loves.
    6) Less
    Could you give me less milk next time?
    Fewer
    I which I could spend fewer hours on household chores and more on watching television.
    7) Between
    Negotiation between the two parties came to a standstill last night .
    Among
    I am trying to decide among these shirts
    8) Assure
    I assure you that I have properly prepared for tomorrow’s presentation.
    Insure
    How much did it cost you to insure your car.
    9) Alot
    I also like Jasmine tea alot.
    A lot
    Mark has a lot of toys.
    10) i.e.
    I am a vegan, i.e. ,I don’t eat meat.
    E.g
    She’s traveled to many south American countries e.g Peru and Brazil.

  65. (1) Then Vs Than
    Then
    i. I will go to the shopping mall then I will go to the cinema.
    ii. I ate too many sweet things then.
    Than
    i. Ego is smarter than her sister.
    ii. I like sharwama.
    (2) Into vs in to
    i. She dived into the water .
    ii. He threw the letter into the fire.
    (b)I. Am finding it difficult to log in to my Facebook account.
    ii. Am going in to get my phone fixed.
    (3) Lose vs loose
    (a)it is very painful to lose a family member.
    ii. No matter the situation make sure you don’t lose your school identity card.
    (b) my canvas laces is loose .
    (ii) The boyb is putting on a loose shirt.
    (4) Who vs that
    (a) I wonder who that letter was from.
    (ii) who is that woman.
    (b) look at that man over there.
    ii. I was living with my parents at that time.
    (5) It’s vs its
    (a) have you any idea of its value .
    ii. The dog has hurt its paw.
    (b) It’s mostly dark in a shady room.
    iI. It’s a nice car.
    (6) Between vs Among
    (a) He stood between his mother and father.
    ii. Don’t eat between meals.
    (b)They strolled among the crowds.
    (ii) The house is nestled among trees.
    (7) To vs Too
    (a) I walked to the office.
    ii. He’s going to Paris.
    (b) it is too much to ask for a little quite ?
    ii. It’s too late to do any thing about it now.
    (8).Whose vs Who’s
    a)Whose phone is this?
    ii.i wonder who this is .
    b) Who’s with my bag?
    (9).Assure vs Ensure
    (a)Ensure u pick up your brother from school early today
    ii.the book ensured his success.
    (b)I assure you that I will give my best this semester.
    ii. I won’t let you down ,I can assure you of that.
    (10) I.e vs E.g
    -I got in trouble for getting home late, i.e, after curfew.
    -The summer olympics is composed of variety of sports, e.g, gymnastics, swimming, and tennis.

  66. Nwowu Victoria Odinakachi says:

    Name : Nwowu Victoria Odinakachi
    Department : Cinematography and Broadcasting studies.
    Faculty: Communication and Media Studies.
    MAT No: DE.2021/9665

    1. Your vs You’re
    * I’ve been calling but your line was not reachable.
    *you’re becoming a pain in my ass.

    2. Its and it’s
    * I have a puppy its color is blue.
    * My mom gave birth yesterday, it’s a baby boy.

    3. To and too
    * I am going to see my friend James.
    * The salt is too much in the food.

    4. Who vs That
    * I wonder who got her a new bag.
    * Bethel was the girl that sang during the contest.

    5. Lose vs Loose
    * Ada will lose to precious during the game.
    * Cut the goat loose from it’s hold.

    6. Between vs Among
    * I prefer the blue bag among all.
    * Bukola is sitting between Rose and Princess.

    7. Less vs Fewer
    * We are expecting fewer guests for the ceremony this year.
    * This year’s BBN has less viewers.

    8. I.e vs E.g
    * I love chocolate biscuits E.g choco rings, wafer cubes,etc.
    * Tope’s father kicked the bucket. I.e Tope’s father is dead.

    9. Affect Vs Effect
    * I hope this liposuction doesn’t have bad effect on you.
    * I think mom’s new rules will affect our after school hunt.

    10. There Vs Their Vs They’re
    * There will be a party at my place hope to see you.
    *Their room is always messed up.
    * Prepare the room for your cousins they’re coming to spend the weekend.

  67. Ikeagwuchi Joy Anurika says:

    1) Your vs You’re
    i) your mum is very kind and generous.
    ii) I’m in love with your elder brother.
    i) You’re the love of my life.
    ii) You’re my best friend and you know it.

    2) It’s vs Its
    i) It’s your fault that man caught us stealing his yam.
    ii) It’s your turn to prepare meal this evening.
    i) This book is better than its cover would suggest.
    ii) The sun was so bright, its rays blinded me.

    3) A lot vs Allot
    i) Emeka has a lot to offer in English Language.
    ii) Thanks a lot for the gift.
    i) The remaining apples will be allotted to you and your kid sister.
    ii) Each speaker will be allotted 5 minutes.

    4) To vs Too
    i) I prefer beans to rice.
    ii) To err is human to forgive is divine.
    i) She is too beautiful to behold.
    ii) She is too proud of herself.

    5) Then vs Than
    i) Be yourself than living a fake life.
    ii) She behaves mature than her elder sister.
    i) She was the best then in school.
    ii) I wouldn’t love to say this but then it’s important i say it.

    6) Between vs Among
    i) Between i and my sister who danced well?.
    ii) Between Emeka and Victor who is the best in solving maths?
    i) Among the communities in Rivers State who produces the strongest men?.
    ii) Among the five (5) groups, group A won the singing competition.

    7) Affect vs Effect
    i) Her death affected me negatively.
    ii) The abortion she did affected her womb.
    i) There’s side effect in smoking cigarette, be caution.
    ii) The effect of reading resulted an excellent result.

    8) Who vs That
    i) Who is that beautiful girl that left your house?.
    ii) Who is the current president of Nigeria?.
    i) That blue car belongs to my dad.
    ii) That red dress is mine.

    9) They’re vs Their, vs There.
    i) They’re my role models.
    il) They’re the reason why i didn’t commit suicide.
    i) Their family is wealthy.
    ii) Their mother can cook very well.
    i) Why did you go there?.
    ii) There you’re standing is close to my house.

    10) Assure vs Insure, vs Ensure.
    i) Assure me you will deliver my goods tomorrow.
    ii) I assure you i will bring your money first thing tomorrow morning.
    i) We hope that careful planning will insure success.
    ii) He had difficulty finding a company that would insure him.
    i) Ensure you write the list if items to buy for the shop.
    ii) Ensure you do your homework on time.

  68. Nwokocha Noble Omeniogor says:

    Name: Nwokocha Noble Omeniogor
    Department: Development Communication Studies
    Matric Number: DE.2021/6679

    1) Your vs You’re
    a) what is your name
    b) I love the color combination of your new building
    You’re
    a) You’re a very beautiful young lady
    b) You’re indeed a God sent

    2) Possessive Nouns
    a) She is every man’s woman
    b) All my family members’ are going to attend the statutory marriage.

    3) Affect vs Effect
    Affect
    a) The weather affected the health of the children drastically.
    b) The environment where he grew up from, affected his lifestyle.

    Effect
    a) Hard-drugs, have a negative effect to human health.
    b) The new rule have a positive effect in his life.

    4) I.e vs e.g
    I.e
    a) My friend is a caterer i.e she cooks both African and continental dishes.
    b) I am a fashion designer i.e I deal wwith both female and male clothing.
    E.g
    a) African is one of the most populated continent in the world e.g Nigeria
    b) The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports (e.g swimming, gymnastics, and tennis).

    5) Who vs That
    Who
    a) Who are you?
    b) Please, who am I speaking with.
    That
    a) That is the building I told you about
    b) She dislike the facts that the place is dirty.

    6) Into vs In to
    Into
    a) I was allowed into her office
    b) The girl was brought into the hall unconscious
    In To
    a) She arrived in to the parliament before time
    b) The thieves went in to the house in search of properties.

    7) Lose vs Loose
    Lose
    a) I’d better not lose my keys again
    b) Did you lose track of the time
    Loose
    a) She let the animals loose
    b) The screw became loose

    8) Then vs Than
    Than
    a) You spend more time playing rather than studying
    b) My sister like cake more than I do
    Then
    a) Cost of living was quite low back then
    b) Rotimi Amaechi was the then Governor of Rivers State

    9) Between vs Among
    Between
    a) I was asked to choose between going to Harvard, Oxford or Cambridge University
    b) The treasure is between the palm tree and the hut.
    Among
    a) There were ducks among the geese
    b) The house is nestled among the trees.

    10) Semicolons
    a) We have paid our dues; we expect all the privileges listed in the contract.
    b) Although they tried; they failed

  69. Dike Andrew Chibuike says:

    Name: DIKE ANDREW CHIBUIKE
    MAT. NO.: DE.2021/6843
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES.

    1.)Yours Vs. You’re:
    A) The apples are all “yours”.
    B) “You’re” going to be held responsible for your actions.

    2.) Its Vs It’s:
    A) I dont know if “It’s” his dad’s car
    B) The dog was put in “its” Cage.

    3.) Affect Vs. Effect:
    A) Abusing drugs can “affect” your mental health
    B) The sanction would take “effect” from Tuesday

    4.) To Vs. Too
    A) I am going “to” the market
    B) “Too” many people got arrested last night

    5.) Between Vs Among
    A)We have to choose “between” good and bad
    B)who “among” you is not guilty?

    6.) Who Vs That
    A) “Who” are you here with?
    B) “That” was not the Agreement!!

    7.) Into Vs. In to:
    A) He is really “into” drugs
    B) Divide “in to” two and take a part

    8.) Lose Vs. Loose:
    A) sorry for your “lose”
    B) “Loose” him and let him go

    9.) Then Vs Than:
    A) That was way back “then” in the past
    B) I am more experienced “than” he is

    10.) Less Vs Fewer
    A) He performed “less” than expected
    B) “fewer” people showed up on the last day

  70. Damiete Justice Destiny says:

    1. Your vs you’re
    * Your dress is colourful
    * You’re being irrational about this
    2. Its vs it’s
    * It’s not nice to spit at people
    *The catfish ate its own mom
    3. To vs Too
    * I want to go home now
    * She gave me hers too
    4.Affect vs effect
    * The caffeine in that drink will affect your health
    * The effects of smoking are unnumbered
    5. Who vs That
    * This is the gentleman who offered me a ride two days ago
    * Look at the fish that bit me yesterday
    6. Who vs Whom vs Whose vs who’s
    * She is the one who gave me her pen
    * That is the man whom I offered a ride
    * That is the idiot whose dog but my yansh
    * That is the boy who’s a principal’s son
    7. Into vs in to
    * He took it into the hut
    * She gave in to him
    8. Lose vs loose
    * Do not lose this pen, it’s the last I have
    * Your dress is loose
    9. Then vs Than
    * He insulted me back then, so I slapped him at the sight of him
    * She is more beautiful than he is handsome
    10. Between vs among
    * This secret is between the both of us
    * He was among those bad boys

  71. Asuquo Joy says:

    Name: Asuquo Joy
    Department: DCS
    Matrix No: DE.2021/6722

    To vs Too
    *Ada was unable to attend the service.
    *We were too late for the service .

    Effect vs Affect
    *The movie had a bad effect on me .
    *The loss of her father affect her studies .

    Assure vs Ensure
    *He assure me a good position if I did his work effectively .
    *Taken the treatment will ensure me a good health.

    That vs Who
    *Please hand that book book.
    *Who is at the door.

    Between vs Among
    *The teacher said between the two boys Ayo was the best.
    *He was chosen among his peers.

    Its vs It’s
    *it’s my birthday.
    *David was on its own before he was attacked.

    Your vs you’re
    *You’re beautiful
    *your test is unique.

    Then vs Than
    *The robbers stoled the money and then left.
    *He looks more mature than his older brother.

    There vs Their
    *There was a storm.
    *They ran away when their elder brother came back.

    Less vs Fewer
    *David arrive in not less than an hour.
    * They were fewer person in the hall for the meeting.

  72. Ezekiel Kingsley says:

    Name: Ezekiel Kingsley
    Matric Number: DE.2021/6701
    Department: Development & Communication Studies

    1) To vs Too
    -Ramsay made a second visit to Italy.
    -Depression may be expressed physically too.
    2) Who vs That
    -You know who these people are.
    -It isn’t that funny.
    3)Into vs In to
    -I have no idea how he got into Iraq.
    -She came in to do her job
    4)Lose vs Loose
    -I’d lose my mind soon.
    -Wear loose clothes as they’re more comfortable.
    5)Then vs Than
    -The couple worked at first individually and then together.
    -They talked on the phone for more than an hour.
    6)Between vs Among
    -She left the table to stand between the two men
    -A fifteen year old girl was among the injured.
    7)Your vs You’re
    -I left all of your messages on your desk.
    -I think you’re expecting too much of me.
    8)Its vs It’s
    -The dog lifted its head, listening.
    -It’s a nice car.
    9)Affect vs Effect
    -Hugs can affect a person’s immune system in a positive way.
    -The whole effect is cool, light and airy.
    10)I.e vs E.g
    -I am a vegan, i.e., I do not eat any animal-based products.
    -There are many different flavors of ice cream, e.g., chocolate, vanilla, strawberry.

  73. PREYE SAMUEL CLEMENT says:

    1.They’re vs Their vs There
    a. Saying, “Their going to love going there” rather than, “They’re going to love going there.
    b. Saying, “There group won” rather than, “Their group won.”
    2. Your vs You’re
    a. Saying, “Your among the group members” rather than, “You’re among the group members.”
    b. Saying, “I want you’re book” rather than, “I want your book.”
    3. Its vs It’s
    a. Saying, “Its getting bad” rather than, “It’s getting bad.”
    b. Saying, “It’s cage is big enough” rather than, “Its cage big enough.”
    4. Lose vs Loose
    a. Saying, “Why did you loose the money?” rather than, “Why did you lose the money?”
    b. Saying, “I want to lose my braids” rather than, “I want to loose my braids.”
    5. Use of commas
    a. Saying, “I will buy rice, beans and yam” rather than, “I will buy rice, beans, and yam”
    b. Saying, “We have rice beans and spaghetti at home” rather than, “We have rice, beans, and spaghetti at home”
    6. Possessive nouns
    a. Saying, “The dog’s children grew so fast” rather than, “The dogs’ children grew so fast.”
    b. Saying, “The Peter’s welcomed a baby” rather than, “The Peters’ welcomed a baby.”
    7. Less vs fewer
    a. Saying, “He should take fewer candy” rather than “He should take less candy.”
    b. Saying, “I think there are 7 items or less in this bag” rather than, “I think there are 7 items or fewer in this bag.”
    8. Semicolons
    a. Saying, “Call me next week and I’ll have an answer for you by then” rather than, “Call me next week; I’ll have an answer for you by then.”
    b. Saying, “Choose between the two options: eggs and bacon and oatmeal and fruit” rather than, ” Choose between the two options: eggs and bacon; or oatmeal and fruit.”
    9. Into vs in to
    a. Saying, “Esther walked in to the classroom” rather than, “Esther walks into the classroom.”
    b. Saying, “Jane walked into join us” rather than, “Jane walked in to join us.”
    10. Alot vs A lot vs Allot
    a. Saying, “Chikwe has alot of money” rather than, Chikwe has a lot of money.”
    b. Saying, “I have done alot of things since I became our class representative” rather than, “I have done a lot of things since I became our class representative.”

    Reply

  74. Obulor godswill salvation says:

    Name: obulor godswill salvation
    Dept: development and communication studies
    Course: human communication
    Matric no: DE.2021/6713

    1.They’re vs their
    1 pls give me your notebook
    2 i would join you when you’re ready

    2.It’s vs its
    1 it’s always sad each time your here
    2 it feeds on its chord

    3.Affect vs effect
    1 his statements does not seem to affect you at-all
    2 the effect of her studies are reflected

    4.To vs Too
    1 I’m going to school tomorrow
    2 she loves me and i love her too

    5.I.e vs e.g
    1 i got suspended for fighting in class,i.e ,church service
    2 i got awarded in school for winning in sports,e.g,games, talk shows and swimming

    6.Who vs that
    1 i told her who he was
    2 that is the girl I fought

    7.Into vs in to
    1 came into your room last night
    2 abigail came in to pick her bag

    8.Lose vs loose
    1 Chelsea lose more points in their last match
    2 I’ll loose everything to gain points

    9.Then vs that
    1 I watched a movie then when to bed
    2 i love jams better than butter

    10.Between vs among
    1 i sat between gina and rose
    2 he got slapped among the boys

  75. ELEBIGA JOHN DANIEL CHITURU says:

    NAME: ELEBIGA JOHN DANIEL CHITURU
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/8346
    DEPT: DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES

    1. They’re vs Their vs There
    a. Saying, “Their going to love going there” rather than, “They’re going to love going there.
    b. Saying, “There group won” rather than, “Their group won.”

    2. Then vs Than
    a. Then= “He listened attentively asking questions now and then to clarify”
    “She woke up with a sobe,and then cried
    until the dark mood retreated”
    b. Than= “I like cake better than meat pie”
    “I doubt that our new boss will be any
    worse than the old one”

    3 Your VS You’re
    a. “Your among the dancers” rather than “you’re among the dancers
    b. “I like you’re sister” rather than “I like your sister”

    4 Who vs That
    a. Who= “I have a friend who speak fluently”
    “He exchanged scripts with Emeka who was still writing”
    b. That= “Jennifer hinted that she would be late for

    5 Its vs It’s
    a. Its= “The frog is too small for its aquarium”
    b. “The book is better than its cover would
    suggest”
    class

    6 Alot vs A lot vs Allot
    a. Saying, “Emeka has alot of money” rather than, Emeka has a lot of money.”
    b. Saying, “I have changed alot of things since I became our class representative” rather than, “I have change a lot of things since I became our class representative.”

    7. Into vs In to
    a. Into= “They were heading into the new House”
    “Don’t come into my office without
    knocking”
    b. In to= “I gave in to her demands”
    “The tooth fairy came in to collect
    Andrea’s tooth”

    8. Less Vs Fewer
    a. “I think he has less enemies” rather than “I think he has fewer enemies”
    b. “She should take fewer salt” rather than “she should take less salt”

    9. Use of Commas
    a. “I have bread milk and egg” rather than “I have bread, milk, and egg”
    b. “Am friends with Sarah, Stella and Bella” rather than “Am friends with Sarah, Stella, and Bella”

    10. Semicolons
    a. Saying, “Call me next week and I’ll have an answer for you by then” rather than, “Call me next week; I’ll have an answer for you by then.”
    b. Saying, “Choose between the two options: eggs and bacon and oatmeal and fruit” rather than, ” Choose between the two options: eggs and bacon; or oatmeal and fruit.”

  76. NDUBUISI JOSHUA MAKUOCHI says:

    NAME: NDUBUISI MAKUOCHI JOSHUA
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9823
    DEPT: DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES

    1. They’re vs Their vs There
    a. They’re: “They’re going to church today”.
    : “They’re not going to the party”.
    b. Their: “Their schedule didn’t hold yesterday”.
    : “Their love can never end”.
    c. There: “There is a shop I can get snacks to eat”.
    : “I don’t think the schedule would be holding there”.

    2. Then vs Than
    a. Then= “He should have passed then make his runs”
    “He scored the goal then gave us a new celebration style”
    b. Than= “I like cake better than meat pie”
    “I doubt that our new boss will be any
    worse than the old one”

    3 Your VS You’re
    a. “Your among the singers” rather than “you’re among the singers
    Your among the best graduating student rather than you’re among the best graduating student
    b. “I like you’re sister” rather than “I like your sister”

    4 Who vs That
    a. Who= “I have a friend who speak fluently”
    “He exchanged scripts with Emeka who was still writing”
    b. That= “Genevieve hinted that she would be late for class
    He promised me that he would be back shortly

    5 Its vs It’s
    a. Its= “The frog is too small for its aquarium”
    “The book is better than its cover would
    suggest”
    b. It’s=It’s raining heavily
    It’s going to be a stressful day for me

    6 Alot vs A lot vs Allot
    a. “Emeka has alot of money” rather than, Emeka has a lot of money.”
    b. “I have changed alot of things since I became our class representative” rather than, “I have change a lot of things since I became our class representative.”

    7. Into vs In to
    a. Into= “They were heading into the new House”
    “Don’t come into my office without
    knocking”
    b. In to= “I gave in to her demands”
    “The tooth fairy came in to collect
    Andrea’s tooth”

    8. Less Vs Fewer
    a. “I think he has less enemies” rather than “I think he has fewer enemies”
    b. “She should take fewer salt” rather than “she should take less salt”

    9. Use of Commas
    a. “I have bread milk and egg” rather than “I have bread, milk, and egg”
    b. “Am friends with Ade, Daniel and Joshua” rather than “Am friends with Ade, Daniel, and Joshua”

    10. Semicolons
    a. “Text me next week and I’ll have a reply for you by then” rather than, “Text me next week; I’ll have a reply for you by then.”
    b. “Make a choice between the two options: eggs and milk and bread and salad” rather than, ” Make a choice between the two options: eggs and bread; or milk and salad.”

  77. BOMAONYE AMACHREE says:

    NAME: BOMAONYE AMACHREE
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    MAT NO:DE 2021/9639
    THEY’RE VS THERE
    1) they’re having a problem with their neighbour
    2)there is no space in the car
    IT’S VS ITS
    1) it’s always raining
    2) its front door will open when you’re nearby
    YOUR VS YOU’RE
    1)your dress is really beautiful
    2) you’re an amazing person
    TO VS TOO
    1)she handed the card to her parents
    2)well, don’t get too extravagant
    AFFECT VS EFFECT
    1) how does one’s personality affect success on the job?
    2)the prescribed medication had an effect on the patient’s symptoms
    WHO VS THAT
    1)who has the car
    2)she stole the book that belongs to me
    THEN VS THAN
    1)she has more money than her sister
    2) first I went to the store,and then I got gas
    WHO VS WHOSE
    1)who was the man at the door
    2)John works with that other chap whose name I can’t remember
    A LOT VS ALLOT
    1)Shelley reads a lot of books during her morning commute
    2) I try to allot 100 dollars from each paycheck form vacation savings
    LOSE VS LOOSE
    1)my dog escaped from his kennel and is running loose in the street
    2)put your money in your pocket or you will lose it

  78. NIMNAN CHANGCIT says:

    Name; NIMNAN CHANGCIT
    Department; Journalism and media studies.
    1)Between:
    Between the both of them Ali is more smarter
    Among:
    Among them both she’s more prettier
    2)Less:
    Tell them to less the noise.
    Fewer:
    Fewer of them received the message
    3)Then;
    Then I had this product of phone
    Than:
    I dance more than her.
    4)Who:
    who is this
    Whom:
    To whom it may concern
    5)Affect:
    It didn’t affect me.
    Effect:
    This are its Effects.
    6)You
    Are u serious?
    You’re
    You’re not correct.
    7)To:
    From me to my mother
    Too:
    I love you Too
    8) Assure:
    I Assure you,it’s alright
    Ensure:
    Ensure me that.
    9) Lose:
    I can’t afford to lose you.
    Loose:
    Get them loose.
    10)Who:
    who are you
    That: That is my mom

  79. Edeh Childers Justina says:

    Name: Edeh Chidera Justina
    Dept: Cinematography and Broadcasting Studies
    1. To vs. Too
    A. I’m coming to see you.
    Where are you going to?
    B. The assignment is for CBS, DCS, PRA and JMS too.
    The cloth is for men and women too.

    2. It’s vs. It
    A. Its motive is clear.
    Its attention is needed.
    B. It’s all about women.
    It’s alright.

    3. Affect vs. Effect
    A. The weather affect the occasion.
    The mental sickness affect his thinking ability.
    B. Effect of mosquito bite is dangerous.
    Effect of smoking cigarette is lungs cancer.

    4. i.e vs e.g
    A. The breakfast will consist of protein and cereal i.e beans and pap.
    The movie is not for children i.e for adult only.
    B. Communication and media studies is made of four department e.g CBS, DCS, PRA and JMS.
    Cereal is in the grass family e.g corn, guineacorn, millet etc.

    5. Who vs. That
    A. I want to know who is knocking at the door.
    Who is standing in the dark?
    B. That is a long story.
    That is a great idea.

    6. Allot vs. A lot
    A. She allot 90% of her monthly salary for birthday celebration.
    The governor allot about 8million for building of fly-over.
    B. She talks a lot.
    A lot of money was given to him for winning the competition.

    7. Lose vs. Loose
    A. Yesterday manchester united lose the game to Chelsea.
    I lose my phone years back.
    B. The shoe is loose on his leg.
    Not until I get home, I find out that the container is loose.

    8. Then vs. Than
    A. God bless the then president of Nigeria, Good luck Ebele Jonathan.
    She behave abnormal before then.
    B. I am more than a conqueror.
    The car worth more than 5million.

    9. Less vs. Fewer
    A. Crime rate is less as a result of recruiting well train security officers.
    Less air is required to protect the medicine.
    B. The number of student that attend lecture keep on getting fewer everyday.
    Victim of corona virus is getting fewer everyday as a result of the presences of vaccine.

    10. Between vs. among
    A. The money is to be share between Chibruoma and Ngozi.
    The race is between men and women.
    B. The competition is among undergraduate.
    They share the food among themselves.

  80. PETERS DESTINY HARCHIKARU says:

    1.Your vs. You’re
    It’s not your own.

    You’re so stupid.

    2.Affect vs. Effect
    Smoking can affect your lungs.

    Pornography has a negative effect on kids.

    3.To vs. Too
    Go to the store.

    It’s too long.

    4.Who vs. That
    Who are you?

    That is not right.

    5.Then vs. Than
    He was a criminal back then.

    I’m better than you.

    6.Lose vs. Loose
    Manchester city can’t lose against any team.

    Your buttonhole is loose.

    7.Between vs. Among
    Henry sat between the girls.

    Are you among the culprits?

    8.Less vs. Fewer
    Port Harcourt rent is less than Lagos city.

    I see fewer thugs these days.

    9.They’re vs. Their vs. There
    They’re not brothers.

    Charles and Henry said the toy was theirs.

    There she is.

    10.Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure
    I can assure she’s not mental.

    Guns can insure your safety.

    Ensure that you read ahead of your exams.

  81. Macdonald Joan Tamunosiki says:

    MACDONALD JOAN TAMUNOSIKI
    JOURNALISM AND PRINT TECHNOLOGY
    MAT NO – DE.2021/9678
    October 10,2022. 3:28
    TASK
    1) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    a) The noise in the background did not affect me in anyway.
    b) The side effect of the drugs made me feel dizzy.
    2) WHO VS WHOM
    a) Who is Will Smith’s wife.
    b) To whom it may concern.
    3) INTO VS IN TO
    a) I bumped into an old friend today
    b) I committed my examination in to God’s hands.
    4) IT VS IT’S
    a) The dog wagged it tail because it felt comforted.
    b) it’s time learn.
    5) TO VS TOO
    a) I wrote a letter to the Vice Chancellor.
    b) Am too matured for your liking.
    6) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a) Between Stephanie and hope Who is more jovial.
    b) Among orafiri, Miebaka, barisa and jesam who is more plumpier.
    7) I .E VS E.G
    a) Most popular musicians are from Nigeria( i.e Davido, Burna boy, Wizkid).
    b) There are seven colours that makes up the rainbow (e.g Red, Yellow ,Blue and Indigo).
    8) A LOT VS ALLOT
    a) I’ve been going through a lot these days.
    b) Testimony was allloted for a period of time.
    9)THEN VS THAN
    a) We normally wear black and white back then .
    b) I prefer Samsung than iPhone.
    10) WHO VS THAT
    a) please, who came in contact with Ruger during the concert.
    b) That man is filled with violence.

  82. NIMNAN CHANGCIT says:

    Journalism and media studies.
    1) Between
    Between the both of them she is more prettier.
    Among
    Few among them understood the lecturer.
    2) Less
    Tell them to less the noise
    Fewer
    Fewer we’re accepted this year
    3)Then
    Then things we’re more cheaper
    Than
    I dance more than her she dance
    4)Who
    Who is that
    Whom
    This letter to whom it may concern.
    5)Who
    Who did this?
    That
    That is not correct
    6)Affect
    The flood affected her area.
    Effect
    This gives bad effect to health
    7)Your
    Is this your own
    You’re
    You’re not welcome to my house
    8)To
    From me to You
    Too
    I love you Too.
    9)Assure
    I Assure you I will come
    Ensure
    Ensure Good health
    10) Lose
    I can’t afford to lose you
    Loose
    Get the dog loose.

  83. OLARI TAMS FAITHFUL says:

    Name: OLARI TAMS FAITHFUL
    Dept: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCAST
    STUDIES
    1. LOSE vs.LOOSE
    Lose
    a)I will not lose any of my family members this year.
    b)Seat down or you’ll lose your seat.
    Loose
    a) Help me loose the rope.
    b)She usually wear her hair loose.
    2. WHO vs. WHOM vs. WHOSE vs. WHO’S
    Who
    a) I wonder who that letter was from.
    b) Who are you?
    Whom
    a) The author whom you criticized in your review has written a reply.
    b) To whom does this bag belong.
    Whose
    a) Whose child are you
    b) He’s a man whose opinion I respect.
    Who’s
    a) Who’s driving me home.
    b) You’ll soon find out who’s who in this house.
    3. TO vs.TOO
    To
    a) Where are you going to?
    b) It fell to the ground.
    Too
    a) The dress was too tight for me.
    b) Can I come too?
    4. AFFECT vs. EFFECT
    Affect
    a) Your beauty affects my thinking.
    b) Dim light affects my sight.
    Effect
    a) I can certainly feel the effects of too many late nights.
    b) He left a note to the effect that he wouldn’t come back.
    5. ITS vs. IT’S
    Its
    a) The baby threw its food on the floor.
    b) Have you any idea of its value.
    It’s
    a) It’s my set time for favour.
    b) I feel it’s going to be a long day.
    6. YOU’RE vs. YOUR
    You’re
    a) You’re always busy to chat me up.
    b) I was told you’re an eye witness.
    Your
    a) Lift up your voice to God.
    b) We would come to your house tomorrow.
    7. ASSURE vs. INSURE vs. ENSURE
    Assure
    a) Your good are safe here,we assure you.
    b) I know you think she did it deliberately,but I can assure you she didn’t.
    Insure
    a) The company can refuse to insure a property that doesn’t have window locks .
    b) I did not insure you to drive my car
    Ensure
    a) Please, ensure to switch off all the lights.
    b) This book will ensure me success I guess.
    8. BETWEEN vs. AMONG
    Between
    a) I sat down between Favy and Joan.
    b) Don’t eat between meals.
    Among
    a) He was among the thieves.
    b) The man shared his properties among his children.
    9. LESS vs. FEWER
    Less
    a) She found the job less and less attractive.
    b) The receptionist was less than helpful.
    Fewer
    a) Fewer than 20 students passed the exams.
    b) There seem to be fewer tourists around this year.
    10. SEMI-COLON
    a) Ella is a brilliant, creative and hardworking student;but her parents have refused to train her.
    b) I went to the supermarket to buy beverages; Cornflakes,Oats, Sugar, Ovaltine,, Milk and Chocolates.

  84. Name: Makele,victory chimenem
    Department:. Cinematography and broadcasting
    Matric number: De 2021/6752

    1a.) Your- is that your shoe in the cabinet?
    b.) You’re- he said that you’re the only friend he can trust.

    2a.) They’re- they’re going fishing.
    b.)Their- he was realizing the impact the lie had on their friendship.

    3a.)its- the bird is in its nest.
    b.) it’s- it’s a nice house

    4a.) Assure- i assure you i was his enemy eight years ago.
    b.) Insure- it is a good idea to insure the gift when you send it.

    5a.)Less- we made it there in less than an hour.
    b.)fewer-we can make a better meal that needs fewer resources.

    6a.) Between- what is the difference between it and eat?
    b.)Among- we are meant to share among ourselves

    7a.)whose- whose clothes are those?
    b.) Who’s- who’s coming to dinner tonight?

    8a.)To- I gave the pen to her
    b.)Too- The food is too hot

    9a.)who- who was the gjrl in the scene?
    b.) That- I feel happy now that I moved to a new home.

    10a.)Lose-i won’t lose her again
    b.)loose- my pants are always loose

  85. Nwagwu christabel chinenye says:

    Nwagwu christabel chinenye
    CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    De 2021/9971
    1. It s Vs Its
    It s
    i. It s past your bed time.
    ii. It s not a good idea to waste resources.
    Its
    i. The bird is in its house.
    ii. The plant is in its pot.
    2. Affect Vs Effect
    Affect
    i. How does your problem affect her?
    ii. Hard drugs can affect the health negatively.
    Effect
    i. We have to give the medication time to effect.
    ii. David had a positive effect in my life.
    3. Too Vs To
    Too
    i. Caleb too wrote a book.
    ii. Ikenna was too drunk to see the trailer coming.
    To
    i. Blessing handed the invite to me.
    ii. I am off to work.
    4. Who Vs That
    Who
    i. Who is at the door?
    ii. Who won the show?
    That
    i. That is her book.
    ii. Please return that envelope to the owner.
    5. Then Vs Than
    Then
    i. I will go to the shopping mall then I will go to the cinema.
    ii. I ate too many sweet things then.
    Than
    i. Ego is smarter than her sister.
    ii. I like sharwama better than pizza.
    6. Between Vs Among
    Between
    i. What is the difference between a novel and a poem.
    ii. I hid between the cars.
    Among
    i. The Children strolled among the crowd.
    ii. There was a house among the trees.
    7. They re Vs Their Vs There
    They re
    i. They re all liars.
    ii. They re going to sell their apartment soon.
    Their
    i. Please stay out of their business.
    ii. The red Honda is their car.
    There
    i. Who is over there?
    ii. There are two persons applying for the job.
    8. Your Vs Yours
    Your
    i. Your fiancee is here, Catherine.
    ii. Grab your copy of the book.
    Yours
    i. The pen is mine not yours.
    ii. The choice is yours.
    9. Into Vs In to
    Into
    i. Put the items into the car.
    ii. She walked into the apartment.
    In to
    i. She checked in to the hotel.
    ii. Zainab looked in to the report.
    10. Less Vs Fewer
    Less
    i. I have less money than my sister.
    ii. You should add less pepper.
    Fewer
    i. You should buy fewer clothes.
    ii. I saw fewer cars in the village

  86. Uzor favour onyinyechi says:

    NAME: UZOR FAVOUR ONYINYECHI
    MATRIC NO.: DE. 2021/6787
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES.

    TASK:
    1. LESS VS FEWER
    LESS: Ada plays LESS and read more these days
    FEWER: I attended lectures no FEWER than twenty times this semester.

    2. INTO VS IN TO
    INTO: They went INTO the farmhouse.
    IN TO: I went IN TO see the lawyer.

    3. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    BETWEEN: There is a great difference BETWEEN the dead and the living.
    AMONG: She’s nervous being AMONG famous people.

    4. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    YOUR: Just give me YOUR pen.
    YOU’RE: She will ask you when YOU’RE ready.

    5. WHO VS THAT
    WHO: WHO is there with you?
    THAT: She’s convinced THAT he is a gay.

    6. LOSE vs LOOSE
    LOSE: I don’t want to LOSE my job.
    LOOSE: Blessing wore LOOSE clothes.

    7. THEN VS THAN
    THEN: Back THEN i was poor but now i am rich.
    THAN: Favour sings much more better than sonia.

    8. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    AFFECT: Winning the class elections will affect Miracle’s academic performance too.
    EFFECT: Success big win had an effect on her confidence level.

    9. ALLOT VS. A LOT
    ALLOT: The invigilator will allot more time to the students.
    A LOT: She said A LOT of bad things to me.

    10. THEY’RE vs THEIR
    THEY’RE: THEY’RE traveling to Lagos tommorow.
    THEIR: Miracle is not THEIR son.

  87. Nwagwu christabel chinenye says:

    Nwagwu christabel chinenye
    CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    Mat no: De 2021/9971
    1.They’re vs their
    They’re traveling to lagos tomorrow
    John is their son
    2. You’re vs your
    You’re house is beautiful
    Your very tall
    3. Affect vs Effect
    Smoking can affect your lungs
    Vaping has side effects
    4. To vs Too
    Uncle wisdom left few minutes ago
    Dad will be traveling to Dubai next week
    5. Who’s vs whom
    Who’s child is this
    Give Honor to whom honor is due
    6. Lose vs Lose
    He really wants to lose weight
    Wear loose clothes to feel more comfortable
    7. Assure vs Ensure
    Ensure u pick up your brother from school early today
    I assure you that I will give my best this semester
    8. Between vs Among
    There is a great difference between word and deed
    She’s nervous being among famous people
    9. Less vs Fewer
    She finished in less than 1hour
    Working few hours will make life easier for Tayler
    10. That vs who
    It’s obvious that your angry
    Who is Mr kelvin

  88. BOMAONYE AMACHREE says:

    NAME: BOMAONYE AMACHREE
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    MAT NO:DE 2021/9639
    THEY’RE VS THERE
    1) they’re having a problem with their neighbour
    2)there is no space in the car
    IT’S VS ITS
    1) it’s always raining
    2) its front door will open when you’re nearby
    YOUR VS YOU’RE
    1)your dress is really beautiful
    2) you’re an amazing person
    TO VS TOO
    1)she handed the card to her parents
    2)well, don’t get too extravagant
    AFFECT VS EFFECT
    1) how does one’s personality affect success on the job?
    2)the prescribed medication had an effect on the patient’s symptoms
    WHO VS THAT
    1)who has the car
    2)she stole the book that belongs to me
    THEN VS THAN
    1)she has more money than her sister
    2) first I went to the store,and then I got gas
    WHO VS WHOSE
    1)who was the man at the door
    2)John works with that other chap whose name I can’t remember
    A LOT VS ALLOT
    1)Shelley reads a lot of books during her morning commute
    2) I try to allot 100 dollars from each paycheck form vacation savings
    LOSE VS LOOSE
    1)my dog escaped from his kennel and is running loose in the street
    2)put your money in your pocket or you will lose it

  89. NDUBUISI JOSHUA MAKUOCHI says:

    NAME: NDUBUISI MAKUOCHI JOSHUA
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9823
    DEPT: DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES

    1. They’re vs Their vs There
    a. Saying, “Their going to love going there” rather than, “They’re going to love going there.
    b. Saying, “There group won” rather than, “Their group won.”

    2. Then vs Than
    a. Then= “He listened attentively asking questions now and then to clarify”
    “She woke up with a sobe,and then cried
    until the dark mood retreated”
    b. Than= “I like cake better than meat pie”
    “I doubt that our new boss will be any
    worse than the old one”

    3 Your VS You’re
    a. “Your among the dancers” rather than “you’re among the dancers
    b. “I like you’re sister” rather than “I like your sister”

    4 Who vs That
    a. Who= “I have a friend who speak fluently”
    “He exchanged scripts with Emeka who was still writing”
    b. That= “Jennifer hinted that she would be late for

    5 Its vs It’s
    a. Its= “The frog is too small for its aquarium”
    b. “The book is better than its cover would
    suggest”
    class

    6 Alot vs A lot vs Allot
    a. Saying, “Emeka has alot of money” rather than, Emeka has a lot of money.”
    b. Saying, “I have changed alot of things since I became our class representative” rather than, “I have change a lot of things since I became our class representative.”

    7. Into vs In to
    a. Into= “They were heading into the new House”
    “Don’t come into my office without
    knocking”
    b. In to= “I gave in to her demands”
    “The tooth fairy came in to collect
    Andrea’s tooth”

    8. Less Vs Fewer
    a. “I think he has less enemies” rather than “I think he has fewer enemies”
    b. “She should take fewer salt” rather than “she should take less salt”

    9. Use of Commas
    a. “I have bread milk and egg” rather than “I have bread, milk, and egg”
    b. “Am friends with Sarah, Stella and Bella” rather than “Am friends with Sarah, Stella, and Bella”

    10. Semicolons
    a. Saying, “Call me next week and I’ll have an answer for you by then” rather than, “Call me next week; I’ll have an answer for you by then.”
    b. Saying, “Choose between the two options: eggs and bacon and oatmeal and fruit” rather than, ” Choose between the two options: eggs and bacon; or oatmeal and fruit.”

  90. Ikechukwu ifeanyi Clinton says:

    Name : ikechukwu ifeanyi Clinton
    Matric number : De.2021/9520
    Faculty : media and communication studies
    Department : public relations and advertising
    Date : 10/10/2022

    1.Among and between
    Between*
    a. He stood between his mother and his father
    b. The office has two desks with a table between them.
    Among*
    a. The ball was hidden among the leaves
    b. There was ducks among the cheese
    2. Then and Than
    Then*
    a. First i went to the store, and then I got a gas
    b. Finish your assignment, and then you can watch the Tv
    Than*
    a. I like cake better than pie
    b. She would rather stay in than outside
    3. Lose and loose
    Lose*
    a. The gains and losses are expected to cancel out
    b. It was inevitable that there would job losses

    Loose*
    a. A loose teeth
    b. The robe was tied in a loose knot
    4. Who and that
    That*
    a. I thought that was the best way of cuddling her
    b. She said that my cooking was very bad
    Who*
    a. Do you know who wrote this novel
    b.she is the one who feeds our dogs
    5. I.e and e.g
    I.e*
    a. Only one city,I.e, London, has hosted the summer olympics three times
    b. Fruits I enjoy eating i.e Banana, Oranges and paw paw
    E.g*
    a. Many genes are involved in neural tube development, e.g, sonic hedgehog etc
    b. The summer olympics is comprised of a variety of sports e.g swimming and tennis.

    6. They’re and their
    They’re*
    a. They’re planning on a vacation by November
    b. They’re going camping in florida

    Their *
    a. Their also has a long history of being used as a singular pronoun
    b. It’s their house
    7. Your and you’re
    Your*
    a. Your tongue is terrible
    b. I love your cooking

    You’re*
    a. You’re one step ahead of me
    b. You’re eating way too much

    8. To and Too

    To*
    a. Her heart was starting to flutter
    b. I was told to read my books for the test

    Too*
    a. The soup is too cold
    b. She is way too young to be watching this movie

    9. It’s and its
    It’s*
    a. It’s always raining
    b. I don’t know if it’s his or not

    Its
    a. The flag is on its pole
    b. The elephant is in its zoo

    10. Use of commas
    a. Amaka, chisom and vanessa has written the test
    b. Chocolate, vanilla and strawberries are my favorite flavors.

  91. Godwin comfort Effiong says:

    Name: Godwin comfort Effiong
    Department: Development and communication studies
    Matriculation number: DE 2021/ 6723
    Faculty: Media and communication studies
    Your vs You’re
    (1)You’re the reason behind my smile.
    (2)Your car is the fastest of them all.
    Affect vs Effect
    (1)The flood has been predicted to affect three thousand Nigerian before the end of October.
    (2) The Effect of drug abuse is devastating.
    Between vs Among
    (1) Bayelsa is between Rivers and Delta State.
    (2) Comfort has several dancers among her friends.
    Less vs Fewer
    (1) she was told to consume less milk for health reasons.
    (2) He was instructed to eat fewer cookie.
    Lose vs loss
    (1) The way she is talking to me, she is going to lose me forever.
    (1) loss fitting Jean is now a trend.
    Then vs Than
    (1) It went dark, then there was a scream.
    (2) She was faster than you.
    They’re vs Their vs There
    (1) They’re leaving Port – Harcourt for Lagos next week.
    (2) How is the weather condition over there in Abuja.
    Into vs In to
    (1) Comfort jumped into the pool.
    (2) She brought in to train for the job.
    Who vs That
    (1) comfort is the one who rescued the dog from drowning.
    (2) He belongs to a team that specializes in saving life.
    To vs Too
    (1) Kendrick submitted the assignment to the lecturer.
    (2) She is fast and strong, too.

  92. PEPPLE SOFIRI EBENEZER says:

    NAME: PEPPLE SOFIRI EBENEZER
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MATRIC NO. DE.2021/9480P
    1. THEN VS THAN
    a) Ever since then I’ve been more careful
    b) Christiana is more beautiful than Keisha

    2. LOSE VS LOOSE
    a) Roma will definitely lose the match tomorrow
    b) Someone loosed the ropes

    3. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    a) My daily schedule won’t affect me
    b) The drugs had effect on me

    4. ITS VS IT’S
    a) The butter is in its container
    b) It’s going to be tough but it’s worth trying

    5. TO VS TOO
    a) I am going to the Cinema tommorow
    b) The pastor said he wants to see you too

    6. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a) You left your ball outside
    b) You’re the only beautiful girl in our faculty

    7. WHO VS THAT
    a) Who has been with your phone since yesterday
    b) I know that she’s the one behind his change of attitude

    8. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a) Ronaldo is the best between the both of them
    b) He hid himself among the crowd

    9. INTO VS IN TO
    a) I saw obi going into the house
    b) I’m going in to get my phone fixed

    10. ASSURE VS ENSURE VS INSURE
    a) I assure you, the job will be finished as soon as possible
    b) I’ve done my best to ensure he doesn’t fail the exam

  93. Nwagwu christabel chinenye says:

    Nwagwu christabel chinenye
    CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    Mat no: De 2021/9971
    1.They’re vs their
    They’re traveling to lagos tomorrow
    John is their son
    2. You’re vs your
    You’re house is beautiful
    Your very tall
    3. Affect vs Effect
    Smoking can affect your lungs
    Vaping has side effects
    4. To vs Too
    Uncle victor left few minutes ago
    Dad will be traveling to Dubai next week
    5. Who’s vs whom
    Who’s child is this
    Give Honour to whom honour is due
    6. Lose vs Lose
    He really wants to lose weight
    Wear loose clothes to feel more comfortable
    7. Assure vs Ensure
    Ensure u pick up your sister from school early today
    I assure you that I will give my best this semester
    8. Between vs Among
    There is a great difference between word and deed
    She’s nervous being among famous people
    9. Less vs Fewer
    She finished in less than 2hour
    Working few hours will make life easier for Tayler
    10. That vs who
    It’s obvious that your angry
    Who is Mr kelvin

  94. NAME: BOMAONYE AMACHREE. DEPARTMENT JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES. MAT NO DE 2021/9639 says:

    THEY’RE VS THERE
    1) They’re having a problem with their neighbour
    2)there is no space in the car
    IT’S VS ITS
    1) It’s always raining
    2) its front door will open when you’re nearby
    YOUR VS YOU’RE
    1) your dress is really beautiful
    2) you’re an amazing person
    TO VS TOO
    1)she handed the card to her parents
    2)well , don’t get too extravagant
    AFFECT VS EFFECT
    1) how does one’s personality affect success on the job?
    2) the prescribed medication had an effect on the patient’s symptoms
    WHO VS THAT
    1)Who has the car
    2) she stole the book that belongs to me
    THEN VS THAN
    1)she has more money than her sister
    2) first I went to the store,and then I got gas
    WHO VS WHOSE
    1)who was the man at the door
    2)John works with that other chap whose name I can’t remember
    A LOT VS ALLOT
    1)Shelley reads a lot of books during her morning commute
    2)I try to allot $100 from each paycheck for my vacation saving
    LOSE VS LOOSE
    1)my dog escaped from his kennel and is running loose in the street
    2)put your money in your pocket or you will lose it

  95. AKIOJA SAMPSON OGHENEWOKE says:

    NAME: AKIOJA SAMPSON OGHENEWOKE
    MATRIC NUMBER: DE.2021/6816
    FACULTY: COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    1. ASSURE VS INSURE VS ENSURE
    ASSURE (a) I assure you that I will pass this course (b) I can assure you that the food is sweet
    INSURE(a) It is necessary to insure your property against natural disasters (b) Am going to insure my vehicle against accident
    ENSURE (a) I have done everything to ensure that I pass this course (b) I always ensure that I attend Dr. Sarah’s classes
    2. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    BETWEEN (a) There is a big difference between playing football and basketball (b) The age difference between me and my brother is not much
    AMONG(a) Dr. Sarah is the most fashioned among my lecturers (b) I find this course the most interesting among others.
    3. LESS VS FEWER
    LESS (a) This semester was less interesting than the first semester (b) Ada plays less and read more these days
    FEWER (a) I attended lectures no fewer than fifty times this semester (b) As the semester progresses fewer students were seen in class
    4. LOSE VS LOOSE
    LOSE (a) No matter the situation, make sure you don’t lose your school identity card (b) It is very painful to lose a family member
    LOOSE (a) My shoe lace is loose (b) The girl is putting on a loose gown
    5. INTO VS IN TO
    INTO (a) He walked into the classroom silently (b) Speak into the microphone
    IN TO (a) I had to log in to elanhub webpage to do this assignment (b) Ada can’t log in to her Facebook page
    6.YOUR VS YOU’RE
    YOUR (a) Have you done your assignment? (b) Look at your house
    YOU’RE (a) You’re very intelligent (b) Everybody knows that you’re very rich
    7. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    AFFECT (a) We were told how the COVID 19 virus can affect individuals (b) The outcome of the 2023 general election in Nigeria will really affect the people
    EFFECT (a) Nigeria is going through the effect of bad leadership (b) Despite the negative effect of smoking, people still engaged in it.
    WHO VS THAT
    WHO (a) Who is our examination and records officer? (b) Who is in charge of this class?
    THAT (a) Look at that chair (b) I have never seen this kind car before.
    9. REFERRING TO A BRAND OR ENTITY
    (a) It’s a big company (b) It’s organization goal is to fight for human rights
    10.TO VS TOO
    TO (a) I am going to the Cinema to watch the new movie titled Anikulapo (b) He is married to the Governor’s daughter
    TOO (a) Offering a police man bribe, too, is an offence (b) Peter, too, is a vegetarian.

  96. Andrew favour nimibofa says:

    Andrew favour nimibofa
    CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    Mat no: De :2021/6729
    1. It s Vs Its
    It s
    i. It s past your bed time.
    ii. It s not a good idea to waste resources.
    Its
    i. The bird is in its house.
    ii. The plant is in its pot.
    2. Affect Vs Effect
    Affect
    i. How does your problem affect her?
    ii. Hard drugs can affect the health negatively.
    Effect
    i. We have to give the medication time to effect.
    ii. David had a positive effect in my life.
    3. Too Vs To
    Too
    i. Caleb too wrote a book.
    ii. Ikenna was too drunk to see the trailer coming.
    To
    i. Blessing handed the invite to me.
    ii. I am off to work.
    4. Who Vs That
    Who
    i. Who is at the door?
    ii. Who won the show?
    That
    i. That is her book.
    ii. Please return that envelope to the owner.
    5. Then Vs Than
    Then
    i. I will go to the shopping mall then I will go to the cinema.
    ii. I ate too many sweet things then.
    Than
    i. Ego is smarter than her sister.
    ii. I like sharwama better than pizza.
    6. Between Vs Among
    Between
    i. What is the difference between a novel and a poem.
    ii. I hid between the cars.
    Among
    i. The Children strolled among the crowd.
    ii. There was a house among the trees.
    7. They re Vs Their Vs There
    They re
    i. They re all liars.
    ii. They re going to sell their apartment soon.
    Their
    i. Please stay out of their business.
    ii. The red Honda is their car.
    There
    i. Who is over there?
    ii. There are two persons applying for the job.
    8. Your Vs Yours
    Your
    i. Your fiancee is here, Catherine.
    ii. Grab your copy of the book.
    Yours
    i. The pen is mine not yours.
    ii. The choice is yours.
    9. Into Vs In to
    Into
    i. Put the items into the car.
    ii. She walked into the apartment.
    In to
    i. She checked in to the hotel.
    ii. Zainab looked in to the report.
    10. Less Vs Fewer
    Less
    i. I have less money than my sister.
    ii. You should add less pepper.
    Fewer
    i. You should buy fewer clothes.
    ii. I saw fewer cars in the village

  97. MATTHEW JOY IDARA says:

    MATTHEW JOY IDARA
    CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING STUDIES
    1) Your VS You’re
    YOUR
    Check your email.
    YOU’RE
    You’re late.
    2) It’s VS Its
    ITS
    I put the clothes in its box.
    IT’S
    It’s my birthday today.
    3) To VS Too
    TO
    Go to school.
    TOO
    He’s way too quiet.
    4) Effect VS Affect
    EFFECT
    The drugs has after effects.
    AFFECT
    Your words or actions don’t even affect me.
    5) Who VS That
    WHO
    Who is she?
    THAT
    That is a nice watch.
    6) Into VS In to
    INTO
    Into the unknown
    IN TO
    Did he just walk in to yell at me?
    7) Assure VS Ensure
    ENSURE
    I ensure the safety of my clients.
    ASSURE
    I assure you the program will run smoothly.
    8) Whom VS Whose
    WHOM
    To Whom are you referring?
    WHOSE
    Whose pants are those?
    9) Lose Vs Loose
    LOSE
    I decided to lose weight.
    LOOSE
    I prefer loose clothing during summer.
    10) Less VS Fewer
    LESS
    I like him less each time I see him.
    FEWER
    Fewer women wear skirts these days.

  98. Tamunotonye Ibiye Dorcas says:

    Name:Tamunotonye ibiye Dorcas
    Department:Development and communication studies
    Mat No:DE2021/6724
    1.Affect vs.Effect
    This drug has other effects.
    Smoking can affect your lungs.
    2.To vsToo
    Vanessa is too saucy for my liking.
    I’ll be traveling to jos tomorrow
    3.Your vs You’re
    Your performance was mind blowing.
    You’re very beautiful.
    4.Who vs that.
    Who stole my money in the bag?
    It’s obvious that Segun was blackmailed.
    5.Between vs Among.
    He was among those chosen to represent the school.
    Between the both of us,who do you think the cap fits??
    6.lose vs loose
    Wear loosed clothes to feel more comfortable.
    I don’t want us to lose the match.
    7.Then vs than
    Finish your food and then you can watch TV.
    I like fish better than meat.
    8.Its vs it’s
    I know it’s hard,but you’ll be fine.
    The bird is in its nest.
    9.Their vs they’re
    They’re playing football on the field.
    Their house is on the other street.
    10.whose vs who’s
    Thee man whose house was burnt,us been compensated.
    The boy who’s living with me is smart.

  99. PETERS DESTINY HARCHIKARU says:

    1.Your vs. You’re
    Just give him your pen.

    You’re one step ahead of me.

    2.Affect vs. Effect
    Smoking tobacco can adversely affect your lungs and blood flow.

    The new law prohibiting texting while driving will go into effect tomorrow.

    3.To vs. Too
    It’s time to go to bed.

    The soup is too hot.

    4.Who vs. That
    I know who your best friend is!

    He purchased the computer so that he might improve his typing.

    5.Then vs. Than
    First I went to the store, and then I got gas.

    I like cake better than pie.

    6.Lose vs. Loose
    Hold my hand: I don’t want to lose you.

    A loose thread.

    7.Between vs. Among
    He stood between his mother and his father.

    The house is nestled among the trees.

    8.Less vs. Fewer
    We need less talk and more work!

    John has fewer fishing lures than Jack does.

    9.i.e. vs. e.g.
    The hotel offers turndown service; i.e., the maid will prepare the bed for sleeping and leave a small treat on the pillow.

    The Summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports (e.g., gymnastics, swimming, and tennis).

    10.Into vs. In to
    She came into the room.

    She brought me in to train for the job.

  100. Chukwujekwu Favour Ifechukwu says:

    Name: Chukwujekwu Favour Ifechukwu
    Dept: Development communication studies

    1. LOSE vs LOOSE
    LOSE:
    * I don’t want to lose you, hold my hand.
    * If you don’t work hard, you’ll lose everything your dad worked for.
    LOOSE:
    * The rope was tied in a loose knot.
    * She can’t keep secrets, she has a loose mouth.

    2. YOUR vs. YOU’RE
    YOUR
    * Your results are yet to be uploaded on the portal
    * Your dress is beautiful

    YOU’RE
    * You’re an amazing person
    * You’re doing well so far in your exams

    3. SEMICOLONS
    * Give me a call tomorrow; you can give me an answer then.
    * We expect all the privileges listed in the contract; we have paid our dues.

    4. ASSURE vs. INSURE vs. ENSURE
    Assure:
    * I can assure you that your goods will be delivered safely
    * She was able to assure herself that nothing had been taken from her bag.

    Ensure:
    * I will do my best to ensure that such mistakes do not occur in future.
    * He was reluctant to ensure an unknown risk.

    Insure:
    * The company should insure its workers.
    * We automatically insure your belongings against fire and theft.

    5. THEY’RE vs. THEIR vs. THERE
    They’re:
    * They’re widening the road to make another lane.
    * They’re advertising their new product.

    Their:
    * John and Stella have announced their engagement.
    * Horses were poking their heads over their stall doors.

    There:
    * There appeared no imminent danger.
    * Oh, hi there! You must be Anita.

    6. THEN vs. THAN
    Then:
    * The bill was enacted by the then government
    * Well then, I’ll put the kettle on and make us some tea.

    Than:
    * She walks far more slowly than her mother.
    * They talked on the phone for more than an hour.

    7. BETWEEN vs. AMONG
    Between:
    * I think the relationship between David and Daisy has got a lot less personal.
    * Students will be able to choose between English, French, and Chinese as their first foreign language.

    Among:
    * I was brought up among people who read and write.
    * A fifteen year old girl was among the injured.

    8. WHO vs WHOM vs WHOSE vs WHO’S
    Who:
    *Police has not been able to find out who was responsible for the killings.
    * Do you know who these people are?

    Whom:
    * He likes to know whom you’ve met
    * Whom did he expect to answer his phone?

    Whose:
    * Whose daughter is she?
    * I can’t remember whose idea it was for us to meet again.

    Who’s
    * I have a son who’s almost two.
    * Who wants to do business with who’s lazy.

    9. TO vs TOO
    To:
    * He pointed to a chair, signaling for her to sit.
    * I do hope you’ll be able to attend the wedding.

    Too:
    * Depression may be expressed physically too.
    * Clothes too big will make you look larger.

    10. LESS vs FEWER
    Less:
    * People should eat less fat to reduce the risk of heart diseases.
    * We are eating more and exercising less.

    Fewer:
    * In 2000, Africa had ewer than five million internet users.
    * I bought fewer books this year.

  101. Amadi Blessed Chizarum says:

    NAME: AMADI BLESSED CHIZARUM
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/ 6858
    DEPARTMENT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING.

    1) TOO VS TOO
    I love to tell the story of Jesus.
    I love u too.

    2) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    Dr Sarah, you’re blessed.
    Your success and happiness lies in you.

    3) THAN VS THEN
    I love you than you love yourself.
    Then, bola was regarded as a ballot.

    4) USE OF COMMAS
    I prefer fruits, vegetables, juice, to ice cream.
    Shella, Groophy, emmarose, were my favourite bbnaija Shippers.

    5) POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    That book is mine.
    My mummy’s new car is beautiful.

    6) WHO VS THAT
    Who is eating daddy’s food.
    That man is coming with his giant dog.

    7) ASSURE VS ENSURE VS INSURE
    I assure you that the products will be here in 15min.
    Please ensure you do prepare noodles for me.
    My company was insured today.

    8) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    The excessive rainfall, affected the road which resulted to flood.
    Exercises, have great effect on our body.

    9) ITS VS IT’S
    Its love that makes us happy.
    It’s well with Nigeria.

    10) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    The only difference between chioma and peace is their complexion.
    Who among you lied.

  102. Name: Ikpe Melody
    MATRIC no : De.2021/9501
    Department:public Relations and advertising.
    1. Lose vs. Loose
    a. I don’t want to lose my job.
    b I will losse the clothes tomorrow.
    2. Between vs. Among
    a. The debate is between the junior and
    senior students.
    b. Sandra is the youngest among her
    group.
    3. Who vs. That
    a. Who is in the classroom.
    b. That man there is my father.
    4. Your vs. You’re
    a. Is the young man your uncle?.
    b. You’re my best friend.
    5. They’re vs. their vs.there
    a. They’re the best students in their
    school.
    b. I slept in their room last night.
    c. There is a huge amount of money in
    his pocket.
    6. To vs. Too
    a. She will go to the market tomorrow.
    b. Thee soup you put for me is too
    much.
    7. Into vs. In to
    a. The madman ran into our church
    yesterday.
    b. Sonia went in to prepare for school.
    8. Possessive Nouns
    a. Jane’s father is a teacher.
    b. This is my brother’s house.
    9. Use of commas
    a. My sister gave me oranges, pear and
    apple.
    b. Joy is attractive, brilliant, charming
    and humble.
    10. Semicolon
    a. Grace is a brilliant, creative and
    hardworking student; but her parents
    refused to train her.
    b. She bought beverages; cornflakes,
    ovaltine, milo and milk.

  103. NWUCHE BEAUTY says:

    1) To vs Too
    a. I need to deliver the goods.
    b. She wants a baby too.

    2) Affect vs Effect
    a. The increase in tax rates did not affect us.
    b. The drug had a negative effect on her.

    3) Its vs It’s
    a. It’s raining heavily today.
    b. The dog lost its tail.

    4) Who vs That
    a. Daniel went to that house.
    b. She is the girl who stole the apples.

    5) Your vs You’re
    a. Your sister is very gentle.
    b. You’re not my brother’s friend.

    6) Lose vs Loose
    a. I don’t want to lose you.
    b. I wear loose clothes when it is hot.

    7) Then vs Than
    a. He fixed it, then left the room.
    b. Hannah is more skillful than Edith.

    8) Less vs Fewer
    a. I have less coffee than tea.
    b. There are fewer bears than there were many years ago.

    9) Into vs In to
    a. I dashed into the kitchen quickly.
    b. She walked in to see the handsome man.

    10) Between vs among
    a. John stood between Anne and Bella.
    b. The flowers are hidden among the roots of the trees.

    • WALELE says:

      NAME: WALELE GOLDEN OGAZILE
      DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS
      MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9468

      USE OF COMMAS
      Stella, Segun, Peter are going to the school party.
      Between, eating, washing, painting and designing which, do you prefer.

      Affect vs Effect
      The current economic situation has a great effect on the society.
      Smoking affect the lungs.

      Lose vs Loose
      You’ll lose the game, if you don’t play well.
      Loose my zip, its tight.

      Who vs That
      That is their responsibility not ours.
      Who is the owner of this book.

      Between vs Among
      We have to choose between good and bag.
      We are among the best.

      Your vs You’re
      Your result was outstanding
      You’re not going to that school party.

      To vs Too
      I am go “to” the gym
      Stella eats “too” much.

      Then vs Than
      I will rather watch football match than movies.
      I had a lot of confidence back then in school.

      They’re vs Their vs There
      They’re coming to make the presentation better.
      Are they coming with their car?
      There are only three houses on our street.

      Less vs Fewer
      We have fewer persons in the class.
      The less time we spend the better for us.

  104. Okachukwu Blessing Ebiere says:

    Okachukwu Blessing Ebiere
    Public Relations and Advertising
    De: 2021/9508

    1. They’re vs. Their vs. There
    * They’re not going to come today.
    * They’re all good.
    THEIR
    * It was always their plan to go to the beach.
    * Since their plane was an hour late, they decided to take a nap.
    * I waited for their luggage to arrive.
    THERE
    * As long as there is life there is hope.
    * There was never any doubt that he would go to school.

    2. Your vs. You’re
    * I love what you have done to your room.
    * That is not your toy.
    YOU’RE
    * I hope you’re going to get the job ready.
    * I can’t say if you’re going to be successful or not

    3. It’s vs. Its
    * She said it’s a fifteen minutes drive.
    * It’s a nice place.
    ITS
    * The flag is on its pole.
    * The milk is in its container.

    4. Affect vs. Effect
    * Your opinions do not affect my decision.
    * Not winning did not affect her as much as I thought it would.
    EFFECT
    * A good night sleep has a positive effect on your whole day.
    * Did his death have any effect on you?

    5. To vs. Too
    * Are we going to the restaurant?
    * The ceremony brought me to tears.
    TOO
    * The sauce is way too hot.
    * The dress is too small for Rebecca.

    6. Who vs. That
    * That’s the boy who scored a goal.
    * I need to know who makes the final decision
    THAT
    * Did you hear that Ada bought a car?
    * That’s odd.

    7. Into vs. In To
    * Dive into the pool.
    * Put the fruit into the basket.
    IN TO
    * Dive in to cool off.
    * Paul handed in to see if there was a reward.

    8. Lose vs. Loose
    * I tried not to lose him.
    * Did you lose track of time?
    LOOSE
    * These pants are too loose.
    * The child had a loose tooth.

    9. Then vs. Than
    * Then I lived in Lagos.
    * We’ll have to wait until then.
    THAN
    * He is taller than I am.
    * Dami is smarter than Tobi.

    10. Among vs. Between
    * I sat among the other students.
    * Peter dropped the penny among the flowers.
    BETWEEN
    * The train runs between New York and Boston.
    * I will be at work between 8am and 5pm.

  105. Lesuanu Barinornu Princess says:

    NAME: LESUANU BARINORNU PRINCESS
    FACULTY: COMMUNICATION & MEDIA STUDIES
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS &
    ADVERTISING
    MAT.NO : DE:2021/9500

    1) BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a) The competition is BETWEEN Joyce and
    Vic
    b) The thief is AMONG the crowd

    2)ASSURE vs ENSURE
    a) He ASSURED me that there will be no
    difficulties
    b) ENSURE that your points are correct

    3) THEN vs THAN
    a) It was a lot worse THEN
    b)Pete is a better artist THAN vic

    4) A LOT vs ALLOT
    a) There was A LOT of chaos at the rally
    b) The government ALLOTS revenue monthly

    5) TO vs TOO
    a) I love going TO the bank
    b) He declared his governorship ambitionTOO

    6) AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a)The EFFECT of oil spillage is hazardous
    b) The economy has AFFECTED a lot of
    businesses

    7) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a) YOU’RE very passionate about art
    b) YOUR art pieces are phenomenal

    8)ITS vs IT’S
    a) IT’S a matter of time
    b) ITS unstable nature is dangerous

    9) THEY’RE vs THEIR
    a) THEY’RE planning a coup
    b) THEIR weapons are sophisticated

    10)WHO vs WHOM
    a) To WHOM it may concern
    b) WHO is to be blamed?

  106. Adonye Great-destine Ibietohibi says:

    Adonye Great-destine Ibietohibi
    Matric Number: DE 2021/9483
    Department: Public Relations And Advertising

    1.YOUR VS YOU’RE
    Lets meet tomorrow at your covinience
    You’re an angel,Debbie

    2. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    Hepatitis affects the liver
    The effect of the flying was the most convincing

    3.TO VS TOO
    I want to leave
    She doesn’t talk too much

    4.LOSE VS LOOSE
    If you lose that money you’ll be sorry
    This wheelbarrow has a loose wheel

    5.THEN VS THAN
    There are three green one’s, then a blue one
    They observed rather than act

    6.BETWEEN VS AMONG
    Let’s meet between two and three today
    He is among the few who understands the subject

    7.ITS VS IT’S
    He doesn’t think it’s a good idea to spend all his money
    A car us no good without its wheels

    8.THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    They’re happy to be home
    They will meet tomorrow at their convenience
    You get it ready, I’ll take it from there

    9.WHO VS THAT
    It was a nice man who helped us
    Be glad that you have enough to eat

    10. WHO VS WHOM WHOSE VS WHO’s
    I don’t know who it is
    He’s the person with whom I work
    We saw several houses whose roofs are falling off
    who’s got the time?

  107. Dimkpa Favour Amarachi says:

    NAME: DIMKPA FAVOUR AMARACHI
    DEPARTMENT: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION STUDIES
    MAT NO: DE.2021/6697

    1. Its Vs It’s
    i). The school celebrated its tenth anniversary.
    ii). It’s cold in here

    2. To Vs Too
    i). I want to eat pizza
    ii). The shoes were too expensive

    3. Who Vs That
    i). Steven is a writer who seemingly became famous overnight.
    ii). The cake that Alison baked was delicious.

    4. Lose Vs Loose
    i). These pants feel too loose, I’ll need a smaller size.
    ii). We can’t afford to lose any more money.

    5. Then Vs Than
    i). Let’s buy ice cream and then watch a movie. 
    ii). My mother told me that a curious person is better than a know-it-all.

    6. Between Vs Among
    i). Peter is trying to decide between buying strawberry ice cream, chocolate ice cream and vanilla ice cream.
    ii). A 92-year old woman was among the ten prizewinners.

    7. Affect Vs Effect
    i). Did his retirement have any effect on his family? 
    ii). Smoking tobacco can adversely affect your lungs and blood flow.

    8. Your Vs You’re
    i). The best way to prepare for tomorrow is to make sure you do your best today.
    ii). You’re really smart.

    9. Assure Vs Insure Vs Ensure
    i). I assure you, we will get to the theater time.
    ii). I don’t want to insure my car, but the law says I have to.
    iii). I need to study more to ensure I get a passing grade.

    10. They’re Vs Their Vs There
    i). They’re funny people.
    ii). The trees are losing their leaves.
    iii). There is a nice hotel in the town

  108. Williams Queen says:

    Mat no. De 2021/6817
    Department: journalism and media studies
    1. Your vs you’re
    a. Just give him your pen
    b. She will ask you when you’re ready
    2. Its vs it’s
    a. This cheese is its expiration date
    b. It’s always raining
    3. Affect vs effect
    a. Smoking tobacco can adversely affect your lungs and blood flow
    b. So a poor diet can eventually have an effect on your hair condition
    4. To vs too
    a. She shock her head to clear it
    b. He saw something and she saw it too
    5. Ie vs eg
    a. My brother and I like music (I.e listening to classic rock)
    b. The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports (e.g swimming and tennis)
    6. Who vs that
    a. I need to know who makes the final decision
    b. Gavin hinted that she would be late for class
    7. Into vs in to
    a. She came into the room
    b. I went in to see her
    8. Lose vs loose
    a. We spent hours at the gym trying to lose weight
    b. Wear loose clothes as they are more comfortable
    9. Then vs than
    a. First I went to the store and then I got gas
    b. I like cake than meatpie
    10. Less vs fewer
    a. We need less and more work
    b. John has fewer fishing lures than jack

  109. DERENYIELO NORNUBARI says:

    DERENYIELO NORNUBARI
    DE.2021/6771
    CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING

    1. WHO VS THAT
    (i)He was the one who stole the car.
    (ii)They went towards that direction.
    2. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    (i)The drugs began to affect my health.
    (ii)The weather had a great effect on the movie shoot
    3. TO VS TOO
    (i)The car was headed to my house.
    (ii)The boy ran too slow.
    4. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    (i)Your book was left on the desk.
    (ii)You’re the reason why I am here.
    5. IT’S VS ITS
    (i)It’s not hygienic to eat without washing your hands.
    (ii)The cars had its tire worn out.
    6. LOSE VS LOOSE
    (i)You’re liable to lose your bike if you go that direction.
    (ii)The knot was loose before I came.
    7. ENSURE VS ASSURE
    (i)Ensure you have the dishes done before I return home.
    (ii)I assure you this will be your best experience in our school.

    8. LESS VS FEWER
    (i)He had less time to prepare before the interview.
    (ii)There are fewer books in the library.

    9. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    (i)The obvious difference between us is our skin colour.
    (ii)We have sad people among us.

    10. USE OF COMMAS
    (i) I went to the market to get fish, meat, vegetables and rice to prepare dinner.
    (ii) Sarah lost her bag, footwear, smartphone and cap while she went on the tour.

  110. Owolabi Funmilayo Deborah says:

    Owolabi Funmilayo Deborah
    Public Relations and Advertising
    DE.2021/9475

    1. They’re
    They’re going camping in Florida.

    Their
    Going to the store was their idea.

    There
    The remote is over there on the couch.

    2. You
    Did they tell you that we were talking to him?

    You’re
    I can’t say if you’re going to be successful or not.

    3.Its
    The computer looked as though its power supply had failed.

    It’s
    It’s been a year since the last time they met.

    4.Affect
    These weather conditions will affect the people in the community.

    Effect
    The aspirin took effect quickly.

    5. To
    I will take a taxi to the airport.

    Too
    The Sauna is way too hot for me.

    6. Who
    Favour is the one who rescued the bird.

    That
    The pants that I bought yesterday are already stained.

    7. Then
    We will have to wait until then.

    Than
    She is younger than I am.

    8. Assure
    I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed.

    Insure
    This policy will insure your car against theft.

    Ensure
    I will do my best to ensure that such mistakes do not occur in future.

    9. Between
    He stood between his mother and his father.

    Among
    The ball was hidden among the leaves.

    10. Alot
    There is alot more to it than just ultra realistic graphic.

    A lot
    He had a lot of friends in Texas.

    Allot
    The newspaper will allot a full page to each of the three candidates.

  111. Ekoji Assumpta Chioma
    Journalism and media studies
    Matric number De 2021/6837
    1. Your vs you’re
    – you forgot your scarf at the store
    – you’re my best friend
    2. Affect vs Effect
    – Failing a test can affect someone’s mood
    – Her statement had a surprising effect on dean
    3. To vs Too
    – we’re going to Manchester next week
    – The offer was too good to refuse
    4. Between vs Among
    – Vera’s father put a fence between their house and their neighbors house
    – They were duck among the geese
    5. Who vs that
    – That’s The girl who scored the goal
    – Chioma picked up the hairbrush that she left on the bed
    6. Lose vs loose
    If we don’t score soon, we’ll lose the match
    – Some of the shingles on the roof were loose
    7. Less vs fewer
    – The couple seem to spend less time together
    – She gets fewer workouts than he does
    8. Then vs Than
    – success told him then that it wasn’t a good idea
    – zinolessky sings better than davido
    9. Assure vs Ensure vs Insure
    – I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed
    – I will do my best to ensure that such mistakes do not occur
    – This policy will insure your car against theft
    10. Who vs whom vs whose vs who’s
    -I wonder who started the rumor
    – She saw the faces of those whom she loved at her birthday celebration
    – Assumpta whose recipes are innovative just released a cook book
    – The fair guy who’s always taking pictures

  112. Basurua, inimfon Samuel
    Journalism

    1. ITS AND IT’S
    *It’s in our norm that the male chases after the female gender.
    *Its mine! Daddy bought it for me alone, I’m not permitted to share it with any of you.

    2. TO and TOO
    * Benny is fund of going to cinemas.
    * She scolds her son for being lazy. Although, she, too, is lazy.

    3. I.E and E.G
    * Bola cherishes her friends badly i.e bimbo and funke.
    * Media news trends fatter than any other news e.g breast cancer awareness trend.

    4. AMONG and BETWEEN
    * There is a spy among us in this meeting.
    * we can’t share these between the both of us equally.

    5.WHO and THAT
    * Who is there? Give me a minute, let me get the door.
    * That is the girl suffering from kwashiorkor.

    6. YOUR and YOU’RE
    * Your head is filled with naughty things.
    * You’re good at what you do, I’m proud of you dear.

    7. THEY, THEIR and THEY’RE
    * They will be spending the holidays here.
    * They’re already on their way here.
    * That will be their room when the arrive.

    8.THAN and THEN
    * I prefer eating with just spoon than eating with a fork and table knife, it’s stressful.
    * His mom lashed me a clap, just then, I sunk my teeth into her wrist. I was able to bite hell out of her.

    9. AFFECT and EFFECT
    * The effect of smoke in the ozone layer is that it causes depletion.
    * Toni’s I’ll health affects his business negatively.

    10. LOSE and LOOSE
    * He once said to me ” I’ll die if I lose my heart. Do you know why? That’s because you’re my heart.
    * My grandma had always warned us against tight clothing, that’s why I prefer them loose and free.

  113. Name: Ogbise Ebi Mercy
    Dept: Journalism
    Mat no . De: 2021/6846

    1. POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    a) My brother’s cars are sport cars
    b) Jane just bought an iPhone

    2. BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a) Parked in between two Camry
    b) The ball was hidden among the trash

    3. THAN vs THEN
    a) An educated person has more opportunities than an uneducated person
    b) I will out of the country by then

    4. LESS vs FEWER
    a) We need less negative talks and more positive talks
    b)

    5. TOO vs TO
    a) He’s too fat
    b) I gave the flash to dave

    6. YOU’RE vs YOUR
    a) you’re very beautiful
    b) your sister is pretty

    7. WHO vs THAT
    a) who is that man
    b) that man came to see Diane

    8. ASSURE vs ENSURE vs INSURE
    a) I can assure you that you’ll get your item today
    b) My car isn’t insured
    c) I ensure to make my bed once I get up

    9. THEIR vs THERE vs THEY’RE
    a) Their mother is so pretty
    b) My car is over there
    c) They’re fun to be with

    10. ITS vs IT’S
    a) The dog is in its cage
    b) I know it’s terrible

  114. ARIYIBI, EMMANUELLA OMOTOLA says:

    NAME: ARIYIBI, EMMANUELLA OMOTOLA
    MATRIC NO: DE. 2021/9461
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    1. LESS VS FEWER
    (a) We grew fewer squashes in our garden last summer
    (b) I wear less perfumes than I used to.
    2. TO VS TOO
    (a) Dr. Belema was asked to deliver a speech at the Female Aspire conference yesterday.
    (b) The meal was too spicy.
    3. WHO VS THAT
    (a) These are the athletes who won the Olympics last season.
    (b) Look at that man over there
    4. ENSURE VS INSURE
    (a) Please ensure to lock the doors on your way out
    (b) The company can refuse to insure a property that doesn’t have window locks
    5. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    (a) This attitude is common among the under-25s
    (b) Switzerland lies between France, Germany, Austria and Italy
    6. LOSE VS LOOSE
    (a) The horse had broken loose
    (b) You have nothing to lose by telling the truth
    7. THAN VS THEN
    (a) It was much better than I’d expected
    (b) Things were very different back then.
    8. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    (a) These laws are in effect in many states
    (b) I wish he wouldn’t affect that ridiculous accent
    9. WHOSE VS WHO’S
    (a) He’s a man whose opinion I respect.
    (b) You’ll soon find out who’s who in the office.
    10. POSSESSIVE NOUN
    (a) The children’s faces beamed with laughter.
    (b) The neighborhood was fascinated by the Charles’ Halloween decors.

  115. MAT NO: DE.2021/9493
    DEPT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    1: THEY’RE , THERE
    a: they’re about to leave the house
    b: tge the books are over there

    2: YOU’RE VS YOUR
    a: you’re beautiful!!
    b: your dress is pretty

    3: ITS VS IT’S
    a: this cheese is past its expiration date
    b: it’s going to a long journey

    4: WHO VS THAT
    a: who was the guy that came over last
    night?
    b: that is the book

    5: THAN VS THEN
    a: she’s older than her friend
    b:then, she was a kid

    6: USE OF COMMAS
    a: Mary got herself an eraser, pencil, pen and
    sharpener
    b: I’d love to eat banana, cucumber, pawpaw
    and apple.
    7: BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a: The zebra is between the cars
    b: there’s a pig among the cattle

    8: LOSE vs LOOSE
    a: He wore a loose trousers
    b: “I can’t afford to lose my job”.

    9: WHOSE vs WHO’S
    a: whose face is on the book?
    b: who’s with my money?

    10: TOO vs TO
    a: She was too rude
    b: “I am going to get a new phone by
    december”

  116. FRANK REJOICE OGADIMA says:

    NAME:Frank Rejoice Ogadima
    DEPARTMENT: Journalism And Media Studies
    MAT:(Not yet)

    (1) LESS.VS FEVER
    * We need “less” talk and work!
    * I bought “fewer” books this semester
    (2) USE OF COMMAS
    * Money is a good servant,but a bad master.
    * The golden age is before is,not behind us .
    (3) WHO VS THAT
    * Was it Dr, Sara “that ” organized the shut up and read meeting for the department of development communication?
    * Kepler is the scientist”who” proposed the laws of plantary motion.
    (4) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    * A child develops rapidly “between” the ages of 13 and 16.
    * I will love to be “among” the movie industry.
    (5) THEN VS THAN
    * If you’re not happy of the scores,”then”leave.
    * Money is better “than” poverty,if only for financial reasons.
    (6) TO VS TOO
    * I’m driving “to” the faculty office.
    * Tickets and popcorn cost “too” much anyway.
    (7) i.e vs e.g
    * Dr. Harcourt said he’d join us the language laboratory at 10:30am(“i.e”,11:00 in Dr. Harcourt time).
    * Certain members of my family (“i.e”,mom,and uncle Amaechi) are vegetarians.
    (8) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    * His facial expressions were diminished and presented a flat “affect”.
    * Exercise can have positive “effect” on your health.
    (9) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    * “Your” uncle has Roman nose.
    * The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, “you’re” still a rat.
    (10) ITS VS IT’S
    * The museum needs to update “its” online schedule for summer.
    * “It’s” hard to tell the difference between those shades of green.

  117. Owutubo victory says:

    Owutubo victory Wilson
    Matric number:DE.2021/6741
    Department: cinematography and broadcasting
    1.who vs that
    a.who told you to sleep here
    b.bring that book for me
    2.Affect vs Effect
    a.sleeping late will definitely affect ur brain
    b.The new development has had a great effect in our lives
    3.its vs it’s
    a.that shirt has lost its value
    b.it’s my pleasure meeting you
    4.lose vs loose
    a.make sure you don’t lose that money
    b.my clothes are loose
    5.less vs fewer
    a.less the noise
    b.there are fewer cats to dogs
    6.To vs Too
    a.I want to eat
    b.He talks too much
    7.Your vs you’re
    a.your bag is on the table
    b.you’re looking so pretty
    8. They’re vs Their
    a.they’re already having fun
    b.i’m with their money
    9.Assure vs insure vs endure
    a. I assure u that you’ll certainly get that contract
    b.that company will certainly insure your car against theft
    Ensure all workers are been paid
    10.Among vs between
    a.you’ll need to choose among these two shirts
    b.The difference between that orange juice and the pineapple juice is clear.

  118. Makele,victory chimenem says:

    Name:Makele, victory chimenem
    Department: cinematography and broadcasting
    Matric number:De 2021/6752

    1a.) Your- we would be meeting be tommorow at your house.
    b.) You’re- she said you’re the only friend she trusts.

    2a.)Its- Google needs to update its privacy policy
    b.) It’s- it’s a nice day.

    3a.)lose- I always lose my key.
    b.) My trousers are loose.

    4a.)then- you should then avoid using too much shampoo.
    b.)than- the game was more interesting than I had thought

    5a.)less- we made it there in less than an hour.
    b.)fewer- we can make better food that uses fewer resources.

    6a.)To- I gave the pen to her
    b.)Too- it’s not too late to change your name

    7a.) Between- what is the difference between it and eat?
    b.)Among- we were meant to do it among our ourselves

    8a.)into- I just got into the house
    b.)in to- He went in to get something.

    9a.) who’s- I’m the one who’s running
    b.)whose- so whose clothes are those

    10a.)their- He was their teacher
    b.) there- there isn’t much to tell

  119. Name: Goodness Anthony
    Matric number: DE.2021/6675
    Department: Development communication

    Task
    1) To vs. Too
    – We paid for your meal “to”show our appreciation.
    – You’re speaking a little “too” fast for me.

    2) Who vs. That
    – He’s the sort of person “who” only cares about money.
    – “That” is my pencil.

    3) Its vs it’s
    – The tire had lost “its” air.
    – “It’s” always nice to see you.

    4) Then vs. Than
    – If I had bought the painting, “then” I would be rich by now.
    – He went to bed earlier “than” usual.

    5) Use of commas
    – James, my neighbor, is a doctor
    – The lecturer, however, did not believe my excuse

    6) Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure
    – I can absolutely “assure” you I had no intentions of helping anyone other than myself.
    – Which company do you “insure”with?
    – I will study hard to ensure I get good grades.

    7) Less vs. Fewer
    – We need to talk less and work more!
    – I bought fewer books this semester.

    8) Semicolons
    – Call me tomorrow; you can give me an answer then.
    – We have paid our dues; we expect all the prviledges listed in the contract.

    9) Lose vs Loose
    – You have nothing to “lose”
    – One of the screws is “loose”

    10) A lot vs allot
    – Tammy talks “a lot”.
    – she will “allot” you a plot of land.

  120. DEINBO ONENGIYEOFORI AMOS says:

    NAME:DEINBO ONENGIYEOFORI AMOS
    Department: development Communication studies
    Mat no:De.2021/6700
    Task

    1: BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a) The distance between the siblings is getting stronger by the day.
    b) The money was shared among the members of The firm.

    2: LESS vs FEWER
    a) The company needs less man power and more machines.
    b) Fewer students participated in the election.
    3: THEN vs THAN
    a) Once you’ve washed your face then you apply the cream.
    b) Princess is shorter than Esther
    4: WHO vs WHOM vs WHOSE vs WHO’S
    Who:
    Who took my food from the dinning.
    Whom:
    This is my son with whom I am well pleased.
    Whose:
    Mr John is the name of the ma whose daughter was kidnapped.
    Who’s:
    Who’s the owner of the book you found.
    5: WHO vs THAT
    a) Go and check who is at the door.
    b) That dog doesn’t have a tail.
    6: TO vs TOO
    a) I was asked to give the keys to joy.
    b) I like chika too.
    7: AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a) Eating junk foods affect ones health.
    b) Did the drugs have any effect on you.
    8: YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a) Your mom came to my church last week.
    b) You’re not qualified for the job.
    9: THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    They’re:
    They’re all in one department
    Their:
    Their team won the race
    There:
    There are different types of headlines
    10: i.e vs e.g
    a) I don’t eat at late nights i.e after 6
    b) I don’t eat fruits e.g pineapple

  121. Rachel Roland emem says:

    NAME – RACHEL ROLAND EMEM
    DEPARTMENT – DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION
    MAT NO – DE 2021/6710

    1.ITS VS IT’S
    A computer can update its drive
    The plant is in its pot
    It’s going to be a fabulous night
    It’s really nice meeting you

    2.AFFECT VS EFFECT
    The drought affected plant growth
    The music really affected him
    The law goes into effect next week
    The exercise had a great effect on your body

    3.WHO VS THAT
    The boy who sat beside him was his son
    Who are you
    I thought that was the best way to carry her
    That was the same man I saw yesterday

    4.THEN VS THAN
    Mary stood looking after him and then sighed
    Finish your homework and then you can watch tv
    She is younger than I am
    I like cake better than pie

    5.LESS VS FEWER
    I missed less work this year than last
    I am less busy today
    Fewer than five people live in this apartment
    Woman commit fewer crimes than men

    6.BETWEEN VS AMONG
    The difference between the two dress is that one is long and the other is short
    I can’t see the difference between them
    I sat among the other students
    Who among you know the truth

    7.LOSE VS LOOSE
    I think we are going to lose the game
    I need to lose weight if I want to wear that dress
    I need to buy a purse for all my loose change
    My daughter has just loosed her first tooth

    8.YOUR VS YOU’RE
    Your dress is really beautiful
    Your mom just stepped out
    You’re an amazing person
    You’re welcome to stay

    9.THEIR VS THERE VS THEY’RE
    Friends who are always there for you
    My house is over there
    They’re both really good books
    They’re a lot of fun things to do this summer
    The trees are loosing their leaves
    They lost their way home

    10.ASSURE VS ENSURE VS INSURE
    I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed
    She assured me that she was doing fine
    Careful preparation ensure good success
    I will do my best to ensure such mistakes won’t happen again
    Think carefully before you insure against sickness and accident
    We insured our house against fire accident

  122. Hachikaru Perpetual Peter says:

    Development communication studies
    De 2021/6688
    1)IT’S VS. ITS
    a) It’s half past 4.
    b) The dog has lost all its hairs.

    2)LOSE VS. LOOSE
    a) I didn’t want to lose the match.
    b) The knob on the door was so loose.

    3)TO VS. TOO
    a) I went to the market yesterday.
    b) She too went to the gym.

    4)YOUR VS. YOU’RE
    a) They found your jacket on the docks.
    b) I don’t think you’re capable of doing such.

    5)WHO VS. THAT
    a) She was the girl who broke her leg.
    b) Daniel went to that party.

    6)INTO VS. IN TO
    a) They went into the farmhouse.
    b) I went in to see the doctor.

    7)LESS VS. FEWER
    a) The crowd was less than a hundred.
    b) The boys are fewer than the girls.

    8)THEN VS. THAN
    a) It was then that it happened.
    b) He is stronger than his brother.

    9)BETWEEN VS. AMONG
    a) There’s a difference between white and black.
    b)He was among those workers.

    10)USE OF COMMAS
    a) There are oranges, blueberries, apples and bananas in the basket.
    b) She went in, took the papers and left.

  123. Ezeama Divine Osinachi says:

    DEPT:Journalism And Media Studies

    1.your vs you’re
    a.I already ate your food.
    b.Please call me when you’re about leaving.

    2.Affect vs Effect
    a.This will affect your reputation.
    b.Did her leaving have any effect on you?

    3.They, Their, There
    a.They all went to the cinema.
    b.Their food is on the table.
    c.There is a cat in the house.

    4.Among vs Between
    a.I think kelvin is among the new students.
    b.Can you choose between the both of us?

    5.Then vs than
    a.I am older than her.
    b.We haven’t heard from them since then.

    6.lose vs loose
    a.You will definitely lose to your opponent.
    b.The fabric is now loose.

    7.Less vs Than
    a.I have less things to attend to.
    b.We have fewer food options.

    8.Its vs It’s
    a.The yoghurt is past its expiry date.
    b.It’s high time I call the cops.

    9.Whose vs who’s
    a.Whose name is this?
    b.Who’s coming with me today?

    10.To vs Too
    a.I will be going to the school tomorrow.
    b.The milk is too cold.

  124. Mbadiwe Precious Munachimso says:

    NAME; MBADIWE PRECIOUS MUNACHIMSO
    DEPARTMENT; CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    FACULTY; COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES
    MATRIC NO; DE.2021/6867

    ASSIGNMENT

    1. THEY’RE AND THEIR
    a. THEY’RE the ones who stole our ball.
    b. He fell in love with her the moment THEIR eyes met.

    2. YOUR AND YOU’RE
    a. YOUR sister is beautiful.
    b. YOU’RE a very kind soul.

    3. TO AND TOO
    a. We are going TO visit him today.
    b. The test was TOO hard.

    4. LOSE AND LOOSE
    a. I pray they LOSE the match.
    b. The blouse is very LOOSE.

    5. THEN AND THAN
    a. We cannot afford to wait until THEN.
    b. Cynthia is taller THAN Faith.

    6. FEWER AND LESS
    a. Beauty had FEWER presents than he rest.
    b. It’s best you consume LESS sugar.

    7. BETWEEN AND AMONG
    a. He stood BETWEEN his mother and his father.
    b. The snake was hidden AMONG the leaves.

    8. IT’S AND ITS
    a. IT’S been a long while on the road.
    b. The flag is on ITS pole.

    9. AFFECT AND EFFECT
    a. Smoking tobacco can adversely AFFECT your lungs.
    b. The paracetamol took EFFECT quickly.

    10. WHO AND THAT
    a. John was the one who WHO stole the book.
    b. It was yesterday THAT he sent it.

  125. Hachikaru Perpetual Peter says:

    1) IT’S VS. ITS
    a) It’s half past 4.
    b) The dog has lost all its hairs.

    2)LOSE VS. LOOSE
    a) I didn’t want to lose the match.
    b) The knob on the door was so loose.

    3)TO VS. TOO
    a) I went to the market yesterday.
    b) She too went to the gym.

    4)YOUR VS. YOU’RE
    a) They found your jacket on the docks.
    b) I don’t think you’re capable of doing such.

    5)WHO VS. THAT
    a) She was the girl who broke her leg.
    b) Daniel went to that party.

    6)INTO VS. IN TO
    a) They went into the farmhouse.
    b) I went in to see the doctor.

    7)LESS VS. FEWER
    a) The crowd was less than a hundred.
    b) The boys are fewer than the girls.

    8)THEN VS. THAN
    a) It was then that it happened.
    b) He is stronger than his brother.

    9)BETWEEN VS. AMONG
    a) There’s a difference between white and black.
    b)He was among those workers.

    10)USE OF COMMAS
    a) There are oranges, blueberries, apples and bananas in the basket.
    b) She went in, took the papers and left.

  126. Isaac Enyeodu udeme says:

    Isaac Enyeodu Udeme
    DE.2021/6788
    Journalism and Media Studies
    1)It’s Vs Its
    >>It’s my first time.
    The table was on its own.

    2)Your vs You’re
    >>Is today your birthday?
    You’re very stubborn.

    3)Affect vs Effect
    >>Don’t let that affect you.
    The drug has a strong effect on you.

    4)They’re vs Their
    >>They’re the best we could be find.
    This is probably their house.

    5)Lose vs Loose
    >>If you lose that money you will pay .
    She wore loose braids.

    6)Then vs Than
    >>She had a happy life then.
    No player is more skillful than Great.

    7)Between vs Among
    >>She had to choose between Toma and Titi.
    I am among the few who understands the
    subject.

    8)Who vs That
    >>Who is that?
    Be glad that you have a roof over your head.

    9)Less vs Fewer
    >>I like him less each time we meet.
    There are fewer dogs to cats.

    10)Assure vs Insure vs Ensure
    >>I assure you that it will work out fine.
    I’m not insured against theft.
    I ensure that the door is locked before going
    to bed.

  127. Name:Morgan Triumph
    Mat No.:DE.2021/9708
    Dept:Cinematography and broadcasting
    Give Two examples of any Ten of the above grammatical errors.
    Answers:
    1)They’re Vs Their:
    a)They’re travelling tomorrow for the wedding.
    b) Their Grandma just kicked the bucket.

    2)Your Vs You’re:
    a) Your bag is quite heavy.
    b)You won’t be going for the party, until you’re done with ur chores.

    3)Its Vs It’s:
    a) The dog has been in its cage for over two days now.
    b) It’s wrong to bully a younger person.

    4)To Vs Too:
    a) I’ll go to the pharmacy tomorrow, to get some drugs.
    b) The guests drank too much,they couldn’t find their way home.

    5)Who Vs That:
    a) Ada is a beautiful girl, who loves dancing and singing.
    b) That shoe doesn’t fit him well.

    6)Lose Vs Loose:
    a) I don’t think Man united will lose this year’s champions league.
    b) My hair is very difficult to loose!

    7)Than Vs Then:
    a)The rich farmer has greater opportunity than the poor farmer.
    b) First I went to the store,and then I got a gas.

    8)Insure Vs Ensure:
    a) All the provinces have made sacrifices to insure the spread of education.
    b) Careful preparations ensure success.

    9)Less Vs Fewer:
    a) We need less talk and more work!
    b) She gets in fewer workouts than he does.

    10)Between Vs Among:
    a) The office has two desks with a table between them.
    b) The ball was hidden among the leaves.

  128. Elison Divine says:

    Name: Elison Divine Odeamiodi
    Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting
    1 Lose vs Loose
    I don’t want to lose you
    These clothes are so loose
    2 Then vs Than
    I won’t be around by then
    David knows a lot about about it than Charles
    3 Among vs between
    He was among the boys that raped her
    That’s the difference between love and lust
    4 Less vs Fewer
    It was less stressful
    I’ve got fewer friends now
    5 Insure vs Ensure vs Assure
    I want to insure my car at Dd’s insurance company
    Ensure that your notes are up to date before the exam
    I assure you, your clothes will be ready anytime soon
    6 Too vs to
    She’s too fat
    I gave it to Sampson
    7 You’re vs your
    You’re a very nice person
    Your package has arrived
    8 Affect vs Effect
    How does it affect you ?
    The drugs really had a negative effect on his mental health
    9 Who vs That
    Who did Chilowe give my book
    That boy played well in the match
    10 i.e vs e.g
    Owell knows only one thing i.e betting
    She loves Korean movies e.g BTS

  129. Ikechi joy chimeriri says:

    Date: 10th October, 2022.
    Department: Development and Communication Study.
    Matric Number:De.2021/6667
    1.They’re vs their vs there
    a) They’re coming to lesson today
    b) Their shop were locked
    c) There is a place we are going after service
    2. Your vs you’re
    a) Your cloth is outside
    b) You’re the one he’s referring to
    3. Its vs It’s
    a) The tyre less on its own
    b) It’s time to rest
    4. Affect vs Effect
    a) The smoke affect the leaf
    b) I effect the background with bule colour
    5. To vs Too
    a) I am traveling to London tomorrow
    b) Even you too
    6. I.e vs E.g
    a) I need fan i.e standing fan
    b)The material has good quality.e.g that gold colour
    7. Who vs That
    a) Who is that standing
    b) That book is expensive
    8. Lose vs Loose
    a) He Lose his job
    b) The dog is loose again
    9. Between vs Among
    a) Let keep this between ourselves
    b) He was among the people that came here yesterday
    10. Then vs Than
    a) He was happy then
    b) she’s taller than I am

  130. Uge princess blessing says:

    NAME: Uge princess blessing
    MATRIC NO: DE. 2021/6814
    DEPARTMENT: journalism and media studies

    1.They’re vs Their vs There
    a. They’re leaving for Enugu tomorrow
    b. They know their way home
    c. There is no way around it

    2.Its vs It’s
    a. The plant is in its pot
    b.that’s exactly how it’s going to be

    3. Your vs You’re
    a.you know your way home
    b.you’re my best friend

    4.To vs Too
    a. It is time to have your breakfast
    b.the sauna is way too hot for me

    5.Who vs That
    a. Favour is the one who rescued the bird
    b. She belongs in an organization that specializes in saving endangered species

    6.Then vs That
    a. We’ll have to wait until then
    b. She is younger than I am

    7.Between vs Among
    a. The treasure is between the palm tree and the hut
    b. Share these sweets among yourselves

    8.Assure vs Insure vs Ensure
    a. I assure you that you will get better in less than no time
    b. The blanket ensure that you will be warm enough
    c. We automatically insure your belongings

    9. Less vs Fewer
    a. Cherish drinks less wine than she used to
    b. Fewer than five children live in this apartment building

    10.INTO vs IN TO
    a. I am into building materials
    b. I will go in to get the ball

  131. Tamunoipirinye Godwin Eugenia says:

    Tamunoipirinye Godwin Eugenia
    Department of Cinematography and Broadcasting
    100level

    1
    They vs They’re
    a) I bet they’re leaving their best life there in America.
    b)they’re good friends actually and I hope their friendship lasts longer, now look over there.
    2
    Your vs You’re
    a)your best friend is as beautiful as you’re.
    b)your dress is beautiful, you’re an amazing person.
    3
    It vs It’s
    a)it hasn’t been easy, although, it’s been a year since the last time they met.
    b)it’ been raining for a week and now it’s starting to snow.
    4
    Brand
    a)they no longer brand their cattle.
    b) the store sell a variety of shoe brand.
    5
    Possessive noun
    a)Don’t touch the cats toy.
    b) I don’t steal people ideas.
    6
    Affect vs Effect
    a) The cold weather affected the crops.
    b) The experience has left a bad effect on him
    7
    To vs Too
    a)we are going to the market square.
    b)she too , is a catholic-an.
    8
    i.e vs e.g
    a)we had our special food last week I.e fried rice .
    b)we all went for healthy exercise e.g running and jogging .
    9
    Who vs That
    a)precious is the one who kept it there.
    b)That is the ball over there.
    10
    Between vs Among
    a)she divided the fruits among the five children.
    b) the ball was hidden among the trees.

  132. ARIYIBI, EMMANUELLA OMOTOLA says:

    NAME: ARIYIBI, EMMANUELLA OMOTOLA
    MATRIC NO: DE. 2021/9461
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    1. Less Vs. Fewer
    (a) We grew fewer squashes in our garden last summer
    (b) I wear less perfumes than I used to.
    2. To Vs Too
    (a) Dr. Belema was asked to deliver a speech at the Female Aspire conference yesterday.
    (b) The meal was too spicy.
    3. Who VS That
    (a) These are the athletes who won the Olympics last season.
    (b) Look at that man over there
    4. Ensure Vs Insure
    (a) Please ensure to lock the doors on your way out
    (b) The company can refuse to insure a property that doesn’t have window locks
    5. Between Vs. Among
    (a) This attitude is common among the under-25s
    (b) Switzerland lies between France, Germany, Austria and Italy
    6. Lose Vs. Loose
    (a) The horse had broken loose
    (b) You have nothing to lose by telling the truth
    7. Than VS then
    (a) It was much better than I’d expected
    (b) Things were very different back then.
    8. Affect Vs Effect
    (a) These laws are in effect in many states
    (b) I wish he wouldn’t affect that ridiculous accent
    9. Whose Vs Who’s
    (a) He’s a man whose opinion I respect.
    (b) You’ll soon find out who’s who in the office.
    10. Possessive Nouns
    (a) The children’s faces beamed with laughter
    (b) The neighborhood was fascinated by the Charles’ Halloween decors.

  133. Osinga Happiness says:

    Osinga Happiness Chidinma
    Cinematography and Broadcasting Studies
    DE 2021/6784

    1) Effect vs Affect
    * The climatic changes could affect us greatly.
    * Food has a huge effect in our body.

    2) To vs Too
    * He has to go home.
    * Clara too is a fan of Chelsea.

    3) i.e vs e.g
    * A noun is a name of a person e.g Ada
    * Change is constant i.e everything changes nothing remains the same

    4) They’re vs Their vs There
    * They’re to undergo the test.
    * Happiness lives over there.

    5) Your vs You’re
    * Your car was packed outside.
    * You’re my best friend.

    6) Into vs In to
    * She jumped into the river.
    * I dropped in to say hi

    7) Alot vs Allot vs A lot
    * I love food a lot.
    * A lot of people bought the idea.

    8) Assure vs Insure vs Ensure
    * I can assure you that the contract is sealed.
    * I am working to ensure that the business goes as planned.

    9) Between vs Among
    * They put up a fence between them and their neighbors.
    * She is seated among the crowd.

    10) Lose vs Loose
    * Some of the ropes came loose when Blessing touched them.
    * We can’t lose her again.

  134. Boma Clarkson Cornelius says:

    Name: Boma Clarkson Cornelius
    Department: Public Relations and Advertising
    Mat no. DE.2021/ 9504

    1) ASSURE vs ENSURE vs INSURE
    a) your money will be sent, I assure you
    b) ensure to replace that note you lost
    c) this company will insure your car against theft

    2) LESS vs FEWER
    a) we need less talk and more work
    b) fewer girls wear braids

    3) BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a) the office has two desks and a table between them
    b) the disease spread quickly among the members of the community

    4) THEN vs THAN
    a) since then I’ve been more careful
    b) Amina is more beautiful than Keisha

    5) ITS vs IT’S
    a) the cat has drank its milk
    b) it’s a nice dress

    6) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a) Your house is on fire
    b) you’re doing the wrong thing

    7) INTO vs IN TO
    a) she went into her house
    b) Bella is going in to get a seat

    8) LOSE vs LOOSE
    a) I don’t want to lose my job
    b) my clothes are loose

    9) AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a) This drugs will affect your health
    b) the effect of hardwork is success

    10) TO vs TOO
    a) I handed the package to ifeoma
    b) Amaka is too lazy

  135. OKEY CLIVE CHIKARU says:

    Name: OKEY CLIVE CHIKARU
    Department: DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES
    Matric No: DE. 2021/6660

    Your- I think you forgot your purse
    You’re- I can’t say if you’re going to be successful or not.

    Into- My brother Chike is really into sports
    In to- Excuse me, I’m going to tune in to watch the nightly news.

    Its- The dog is in its house.
    It’s- It’s nice inside the house.

    Who- Gogo John is the scientist who proposed the laws of washing of hands before eating.
    That- I do not want to go on any amusement park rides that involve sudden drops.

    i.e- i.e she is from Indiana.
    E.g- she roots for the nuisance.

    A lot- I love football a lot.
    Allot- Please allot some time to review your work.

    Too- Wisdom Okon is too funny!
    To- I want to disguise myself for halloween.

    Less- Treasure has less than twenty naira left in her bank account.
    Fewer- Brown was told to eat fewer Chocolate.

    Lose- If we don’t score soon, we’ll lose the match.
    Loose- These trousers are too loose.

    Effect- The law goes into affect next week.
    Affect- His affect did not change after hearing the news.

  136. PROMISE DEIN PEACE says:

    Name: PROMISE DEIN PEACE
    Matric No: DE. 2021/6696
    Department: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION
    STUDIES
    1. Their vs. They’re
    * Kunle is their brother.
    * They’re not okay with your suggestion.
    2. Your vs. You’re
    * Your sister is here.
    * You’re not okay, stop pretending to be.
    3. To vs. Too
    * I will be going to Lagos on Friday .
    * He,too, will have to leave.
    4. i.e. vs. e.g.
    * She is not comfortable i.e she needs to leave.
    * We have other colours e.g grey, black and
    white.
    5. Who vs. That
    * The person who did this, must be insane.
    * That bag is big.
    6. Lose vs. Loose
    * I don’t want to lose you.
    * Excuse me, your belt is loose.
    7. Assure vs. Ensure
    * I assure you,we will surely win the
    competition .
    * Ensure you do the dishes before going out.
    8. Between vs. Among
    * He stood between his mom and dad.
    * Who among you did this?
    9. Then vs. Than
    * Its store will be closed by then.
    * Jane is thinner than Rose.
    10. A lot vs. Allot
    * John came in with a lot of cakes and candies.
    * The firm will allot it’s shares to only a few of
    us.

  137. TO vs TOO
    I have to go
    This is too much
    AFFECT vs EFFECT
    Hapititis affect the liver
    The effect of smoking
    BETWEEN vs AMONG
    This is between me and you
    Among us is a beautiful lady
    WHO vs THAT
    Who are you
    That is the president of Nigeria
    THEN vs THAN
    Back then I use to cut bushes
    This is finer than the other
    YOU’RE vs YOUR
    You’re from here
    Your phone is on the table
    IT vs ITS
    It stands for unity
    It’s illegal
    ASSURE vs INSURE vs ENSURE
    I assure you, you are safe here
    Ensure you are back home before 8:00
    Insure you act well
    WHOSE vs WHO
    WHOSE house is this?
    Who is the lady over there?
    THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    They’re here
    There you are
    That’s their own farm

  138. ANUCHA ABOSEDE HOPE says:

    ANUCHA ABOSEDE HOPE
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9937
    DEPARTMENT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    ASSIGNMENT
    1. They’re Vs their Vs there
    a. They’re getting married
    b. They’ve sold their house
    C. There is no place like home
    2. To Vs too
    a. Let’s go to my hometown
    b. You talk too much
    3. Then Vs than
    a. The then governor is a thief
    b. She’s taller than I am
    4. Lose Vs loose
    a. The car key is loose
    b. Ive lose the keys
    5. Fewer Vs less
    a. We are growing fewer in number
    b. Less play more work
    6. Between Vs among
    a. The duck is between the goose
    b. Liya is among the intelligent one’s
    7. Effect Vs affect
    a. Our mood was affected by the death of the boy
    b. The side effect of the drug is quite bad
    8. Who Vs that
    a. Who stole the book ?
    b. That man stole the book
    9. Your Vs you’re
    a. You’re a life saver
    b. Your house is dilapidated
    10. It’s Vs its
    a. The dog wagged its tail
    b. A spider can repair its web

  139. SIGALO NEKABARI VICTORY says:

    Name: Sigalo, Nekabari Victory
    Department: Development Communication Studies
    Mat. No: DE.2021/6721

    1) Semicolon
    a. I have a big test tomorrow; I can’t go out tonight.
    b. I’ll call you tomorrow; I’ll give you an answer then.

    2) Lose vs. Loose
    a. Lose – You better not lose your keys again.
    b. Loose – She has a loose tongue.

    3) To vs. Too
    a. To – I returned back to Lagos last night.
    b. Too – I bought the magazines too.

    4) Who vs. That
    a. Who – I don’t know who is at the door.
    b. That – That is the auditorium.

    5) Affect Vs. Effect
    a. Affect – The weather affected her mood.
    b. Effect – Punishing a student has minimal effect on their behaviour.

    6) Use of Commas
    a. The flood came early,so all the schools and universities closed.
    b. When my dog like that,it means it’s hungry.

    7) Assure Vs. Ensure
    a. Assure – He assured me that he will make the payment by Wednesday.
    b. Ensure – Wash regularly to ensure personal hygiene.

    8) They’re vs. There
    a. They’re – They’re going to have fun at pleasure park.
    b. There – Put that over there.

    9) It’s vs. It’s
    a. Its – In its basic form,this plan will work.
    b. It’s – This is one of the hardest time in it’s history.

    10) i.e vs. e.g
    a.i.e – She’s a Nigerian, i.e she’s from Nigeria.
    b. e.g – There are many different flavours of ice cream,e.g chocolate, vanilla, strawberry,etc.

  140. Ogbusuo nengi favour says:

    Ogbusuo Nengi Favour
    Development and communication studies
    Matric no:2021/6671
    1.POSSOSSIVE NOUN
    a. Adam’s apple
    b. A year’s work

    2.YOUR VS YOU’RE
    YOUR
    a.” Your” dress looks beautiful.
    b.”your” bag is open.
    YOU’RE
    a. “You’re” so important to me.
    b .”you’re” a good woman.
    3. Semicolons
    a. I like swimming; my sister dislikes it.
    b.The child came first:the woman came later.
    4. Use of commas
    a.To tell you the truth,I have never been to Lagos.
    b. Mrs.Edwards, the principal spoke to the whole school.
    5. LOSE VS LOOSE
    LOSE
    a.Ada will “lose” to eke during the race.
    b.l don’t want to ” lose” my best friend.
    LOOSE
    a.l need to “loose” my hair.
    b.l ” loose” you from every chain in the name to f Jesus.
    6.TO VS TOO
    TO
    a.she went ” to” buy food items.
    b.he went ” to” wash the dishes.
    TOO
    a.the food is ” too” hot to eat.
    b.favour is ” too” close to my brother.
    7.WHO VS THAT
    WHO
    a.” Who” gave you that bag?
    b. “Who” is there?
    THAT
    a. Mr.John owns “that” black suit.
    b. It was Kate “that” killed the rat.
    8.I.E VS E.G
    I.E
    a.noums can be perceived by the senses i.e can be smeltand touched.
    b. She kicked the bucket i.e she died.
    E. G
    a.l watch movies e.g action, romance and comedy.
    b.l eat friuts e.g apples,mangoes, pineapples.
    9. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    AFFECT
    a.following had friends ” affects” your lifestyle.
    b. Excessive intake of alcohol ” affects” the body.
    EFFECT
    a.watching x_ rated films has a bad “effect” on adolescents.
    b. The government has a great “effect” on the media.
    10. THEN VS THAN
    THEN
    a.she ate my food ” then” stole my phone.
    b.back “then” children bath outside but not anymore.
    THAN
    a. Aunty Mary likes me more “than” you do.
    b. Favour likes apples more “than” oranges.

  141. Destiny Odorikpe says:

    Matriculation Number:De.2021/8250
    Name:Destiny Odorikpe Onyinyechi
    Faculty:Communication and Media Studies
    Department:Journalism and Media Studies
    Course:Human Communication
    By:Dr.Sarah Chidiebere Joe

    1:It vs It’s
    a:”It” was his sister who ran the Marathon in New York, wasn’t it?.
    b.”It’s” always been a dream of mine.

    2:To vs Too
    a.We paid for your meal “to” show our appreciation.
    b.She is fast and strong, “too”.

    3:Your vs You’re
    a.George is not planning to go to “your” house.
    b.I can’t say if “you’re” going to be successful or not .

    4:Affect vs Effect
    a.Smoking tobacco can adversely “affect” your lungs and blood flow.
    b.The new law prohibiting texting while driving will go into “effect” tomorrow.

    5:i.e vs e.g
    a.I got in trouble for getting home late, “i.e.,” after curfew.
    b.The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports (e.g., gymnastics, swimming and tennis).

    6:Who vs That
    a.I know “who” your best friend is!.
    b.It was the first time she thought of Kathie “that” way.

    7:Lose vs Loose
    a.Hold my hand: I don’t want to lose you.
    b.Why would you leave your hair hanging “loose” over your shoulders?.

    8:Then vs Than
    a.Finish your home work, and “then” you can watch TV.
    b.She would rather stay in “than” go out.

    9:Less vs Fewer
    a.Speak “less” and Listen more.
    b. “ Fewer” tornadoes occurred this year than last year.

    10:Between vs Among
    a.They put up a fence between their house and their neighbor’s house.
    b.The disease spread quickly “among” the members of the community.

  142. ISIAKA SULIYAT AJOKE says:

    NAME: ISIAKA SULIYAT AJOKE
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/6835
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    ASSIGNMENT
    GIVE EXAMPLES OF THE FOLLOWING

    1. THEY’RE AND THEIR
    a. THEY’RE going to the market
    b. THEIR car is red
    2. YOUR AND YOU’RE
    a. YOUR mom is cute
    b. YOU’RE not needed here
    3. TO AND TOO
    a. We are going TO the park
    b. The food is TOO hot
    4. LOSE AND LOOSE
    a. You made me LOSE the pen
    b. My trousers are LOOSE
    5. THEN AND THAN
    a. We’ll have to wait until THEN
    b. She is taller THAN me
    6. FEWER AND LESS
    a. Mom said to eat FEWER cookies
    b. Sarah drinks LESS wine than she use to
    7. BETWEEN AND AMONG
    a. There are fences BETWEEN all the houses
    b. The ball was hidden AMONG the leaves
    8. IT’S AND IT’S
    a. IT’S been a nice day
    b. A spider can repair ITS web
    9. AFFECT AND EFFECT
    a. The weather AFFECTED his mood
    b. The computer have had a huge EFFECT in our lives
    10. WHO AND THAT
    a. Mira was the one WHO rescued the bird
    b. He’s the guy THAT sold the house for me

  143. Amadi Lovelyn Chiweoka says:

    1.WHO VS THAT
    a. I know who your best friend is!
    b. Jack told me that he wanted to move to New York

    2.TO VS TOO
    a. She begged him to stay
    b. This shirt is way too big for me

    3.YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a. I love your cooking
    b. I hope you’re going to get the job done by the deadline

    4.THEN VS THAN
    a. First I went to the store, and then I got gas
    b. You and I are both taller than Gary

    5.LOSE VS LOOSE
    a. He has spent hours at the gym trying to lose weight
    b. A loose tooth

    6.LESS VS FEWER
    a. We have less to worry about now
    b. In 2000,Africa had fewer than five million internet users

    7.BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a. He stood between his mother and his father
    b. The ball is hidden among the leaves

    8.SEMICOLONS
    a. I have a big test tomorrow;I can’t go out tonight
    b. Joan likes eggs; Jennifer does not

    9.IT VS IT’S
    a. Don’t drink the milk. It smells terrible
    b. It’s always raining

    10.I. E VS E. G
    a. He likes super horses, i. e, social misfits who save the world
    b. The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports e.g swimming and gymnastics.

  144. Orike Victor Chimezie says:

    Name: Orike Victor Chimezie

    Department: Development Communication Studies

    (1). *Your vs You’re*

    (1i) Your handwriting is absolutely awesome

    (1ii)You’re very lucky to Have escaped That

    (2) *Its vs It’s*

    (2i) The phone is loosing Its grip in the market

    (2ii) We all have to agree that it’s your fault on this

    (3) *They’re, Their And There*

    (3i) They’re coming to greet the VC

    (3ii) That part alone is their own portion of the land

    (3iii) There is not a friend like that lonely Jesus

    (4) *Affect and Effect*

    (4i) It rained heavily and that also affects my health

    (4ii) Too much of sugar has an immense effect on us

    (5) *Too and To*

    (5i) It is too risky to drive in the rain

    (5ii) To God be the glory

    (6) *Between and Among*

    (6i) He stood between his Mum and his Dad

    (6ii) The Disease Spread quickly Among the members of the Community

    (7) *Less and Fewer*

    (7i) We actually need Less talk and more work!

    (7ii) Fewer than 40 students passed all the exams

    (8) *Assure, Insure and Ensure*

    (8i) I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed

    (8ii) I insured my house against fire and flood damage

    (8iii) He took some step to ensure that the passengers are safe

    (9) *Lose And Loose*

    (9i) Hold my hand Baby. I don’t want to lose you

    (9ii) She let loose a stream of abuse

    (10) *Then and Than*

    (10i) Back then, I was a good footballer

    (10ii) To Me, Duplex is better Than Bungalow

  145. Anijekwu Johnpaul says:

    THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    *They’re going to school.
    *They left with their stuff.
    *I saw him sitting down there.

    YOUR VS YOU’RE
    *This is your jacket.
    *You’re the boy I met yesterday.

    ITS VS IT’S
    *The brush belongs in it’s case.
    *It’s only a matter of time .

    EFFECT VS AFFECT
    *It had a drastic effect on the company.
    *The experiment may affect the power supply.

    TO VS TOO
    *I will give this to my elder sister.
    *They, too, are beautiful girls.

    LOSE VS LOOSE
    *I don’t want to lose my keys.
    *My shoe lace got loose.

    THAN VS THEN
    *Ada is smarter than Uju.
    *We made use of Firewood back then

    ASSURE VS ENSURE VS INSURE
    *I assure you that she will be fine.
    *Ensure all workers get their wages by Noon.
    *I went to insure my house against damage.

    BETWEEN VS AMONG
    *The difference between fufu and cassava is very clear.
    *I need you to make a choice among these Shoes.

    A LOT VS ALLOT
    *I bought a lot of fruits.
    *I have been through allot.

    • Odum peace says:

      Name:Odum peace
      Department:development and communication studies
      Faculty:communication and media studies
      Matric no:de.2021/6725

      1. They’re vs their vs there
      I. They’re the best when it comes to football.
      ii. They live in the city with their parents

      2. Your vs you’re
      i. Your sister used to be my best friend
      ii. You’re too proud

      3. Its vs it’s
      i. The phone has lost its value
      ii. It’s raining outside

      4. To vs too
      i. To make it in life you need to struggle
      ii.I need ice cream too.

      5. Possessive nouns
      i. The Johnson’s just acquired a new car
      ii. My mother’s hand bags are expensive

      6.who vs that
      i. Who is the head of this group?
      ii. That is my sister’s shoe

      7. Lose vs loose
      i. He will definitely lose that money
      ii. My shoe lace is loose

      8. Then vs than
      i. He is stronger than his opponent
      ii. He killed his enemies and then went into hiding.

      9. Between vs among
      i. The gun was placed between the two couples
      ii. He is among the soldiers that was found dead

      10. Less vs fewer
      i. There are fewer girls in the class
      ii. You need to consume less salt

  146. Wilcox-Buruwi Daniel T.O
    1. It’s vs. Its
    a.) They’re going to enjoy leaving there because their soup is the best in Bayelsa.
    b.) Can we go see that movie? I hear it’s quite interesting to watch in the cinemas.

    2. Yours vs. You’re
    a.) I found a watch in the living room and I was told that it is yours.
    b.) Honestly you’re interrupting me.

    3. Referring to a brand or entity as “they”
    a.) Sony is one of the best out there.
    b.) It is very necessary for the company to keep a good eye on its suppliers to guarantee the quality of the goods.

    4. Affect vs. Effect
    a.) Don’t do that, it will affect the system
    b.) With time, we would see the effect of the new product that was bought.

    5. i.e vs. e.g.
    a.) One plus four is five, i. e 1+4=5.
    b.) There are so many social media platforms where you can reach out to family and friends e.g. Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, to mention but a few.

    6. Into vs. In to
    a.) His phone fell into the sewage.
    b.) I love to tune in to Super sports every Saturday evening.

    7. Use of commas
    b.) I love sleeping, so I spend every Saturday afternoon in my room.
    b.) The Governor in his speech specially thanked his ministers, his wife, the president and God.

    8. Between vs. Among
    a.) There is a great difference between a boy and a girl.
    b.) There wasn’t much to say among the council members.

    9. Who vs. That
    a.) Most of us who ran are here
    a.) The fact that my mum called makes me happy.

    10. Lose vs. Loose
    a.) I have to lose weight this year to look good.
    b.) A wild elephant has been running loose on the streets of Port Harcourt

  147. Name:Adesanya zuokumor blessing
    Department: journalism and media studies
    Mat no :De2021/9543

    1its vs it’s
    1 if you join the vanguard you can become its cheif editor
    2 it’s quite funny how you talk at times

    2 yours vs you’re
    1 the pen is yours you left it at my desk yesterday
    2 don’t argue with me you’re not going to
    Adam’s birthday party and that’s final

    3 Affect vs Effect
    1 the country economy has affected people
    2 the effect of cigarettes is bad

    4 into vs in to
    1 she fell into a deep hole on her way back from school
    2 she loves to tune in to African magic all the time

    5 Between vs Among
    1 mom between Sandra and I who is your favorite
    2 among madam Esther children David is the funniest
    6 who vs that
    1 who is that girl sitting next to David in the parlor
    2 that bag belongs to my mom so don’t open it

    7 Then vs Than
    1 then back in the 90s thing were more cheaper
    2 while not read rather than wasting your time watching TV

    8 lose vs loose
    1 I heard that a wild animal has been running loose in the street of kenya
    2 I had to lose weight so that I can wear that pretty dress

    9 possessive nouns
    1 my father’s cars are quite expensive
    2 Jesse just accquried a new mansion

    10 fewer vs less
    1 you need to consume less sugar
    2 they are fewer guest at the party

  148. Samuel Grant-Orugbani says:

    Name: Grant-Orugbani Samuel
    Department: Development Communication Studies.

    1. It’s vs. Its
    a.) They’re going to enjoy leaving there because their soup is the best in Bayelsa.
    b.) Can we go see that movie? I hear it’s quite interesting to watch in the cinemas.

    2. Yours vs. You’re
    a.) I found a watch in the living room and I was told that it is yours.
    b.) Honestly you’re interrupting me.

    3. Referring to a brand or entity as “they”
    a.) Sony is one of the best out there.
    b.) It is very necessary for the company to keep a good eye on its suppliers to guarantee the quality of the goods.

    4. Affect vs. Effect
    a.) Don’t do that, it will affect the system
    b.) With time, we would see the effect of the new product that was bought.

    5. i.e vs. e.g.
    a.) One plus four is five, i. e 1+4=5.
    b.) There are so many social media platforms where you can reach out to family and friends e.g. Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, to mention but a few.

    6. Into vs. In to
    a.) His phone fell into the sewage.
    b.) I love to tune in to Super sports every Saturday evening.

    7. Use of commas
    b.) I love sleeping, so I spend every Saturday afternoon in my room.
    b.) The Governor in his speech specially thanked his ministers, his wife, the president and God.

    8. Between vs. Among
    a.) There is a great difference between a boy and a girl.
    b.) There wasn’t much to say among the council members.

    9. Who vs. That
    a.) Most of us who ran are here
    a.) The fact that my mum called makes me happy.

    10. Lose vs. Loose
    a.) I have to lose weight this year to look good.
    b.) A wild elephant has been running loose on the streets of Port Harcourt .

  149. Prince Andikan Udoro says:

    Name: Prince Andikan Udoro
    Department: Development Communication Studies
    Matric no.: DE.2021/6709

    1. It’s vs. Its
    a.) The man joined The Vanguard becoming its editor-in-chief and eventually its principal owner.
    b.) Can we go see that movie? I hear it’s quite interesting.

    2. Yours vs. You’re
    a.) I found a bag in the lobby and I was told that it is yours.
    b.) I see you’re finding it hard to decide where you would spend the holiday.

    3. Referring to a brand or entity as “they”
    a.) Coca-cola will issue its annual report in November.
    b.) It is very necessary for the company to keep a good eye on its suppliers to guarantee the quality of the goods.

    4. Affect vs. Effect
    a.) The rise in dollar has really affected the price of goods in the market.
    b.) With time, we would see the effect of the new law that was passed.

    5. i.e vs. e.g.
    a.) One plus one is two, i. e 1+1=2.
    b.) There are so many social media platforms where you can reach out to customers as an entrepreneur e.g. Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, to mention but a few.

    6. Into vs. In to
    a.) Her car key fell into the canal
    b.) I love to tune in to Wish FM every Sunday evening.

    7. Use of commas
    b.) I love reading, so I spend every Saturday afternoon at the library.
    b.) The Governor in his speech specially thanked his ministers, his wife, the president and God.

    8. Between vs. Among
    a.) Negotiations between the member states ended yesterday.
    b.) There wasn’t much unity among the council members.

    9. Who vs. That
    a.) Most of the members of the board who voted against the motion are here.
    a.) The fact that he called makes me happy.

    10. Lose vs. Loose
    a.) I have to lose a lot of weight to wear that dress.
    b.) A wild dog has been running loose on the streets of Port Harcourt.

  150. Mpakabuari Ibiwari Ipalibo says:

    Name: Mpakabuari Ibiwari Ipalibo
    Department: Journalism and Media Studies
    Mat.no: DE.2021/6822
    1. They’re vs Their vs There
    * The boat over there is their boat and they’re going to take me fishing next week
    * There is no way I could know it was their paint or that they’re really not into sharing
    2. Your vs You’re
    * That is your bag.
    * You’re the one fit for the competition
    3. Its vs It’s
    * The laptop is too big for its case
    * It’s my pleasure meeting you
    4.Affect vs Effect
    * How does the crime rate affect hiring levels by local police forces
    * The weather had an effect on our travel plans.
    5. To vs Too
    * I love to sing
    * Don’t buy too many shoes
    6. I.e vs E.g
    * She’s a Hoosier,i.e, she’s from Indiana
    * She roots for the local teams,e.g, the pacers and the colts
    7. Who vs That
    * John was the one who rescued the bird
    * I want a car that accelerate quickly
    8. Lose vs Loose
    * If I lose this pen,my father will be very angry
    * With the look of things,my friend might loose me for ever
    9. Between vs Among
    * The treasure is between the palm tree and the hut
    * Share this sweets among yourselves
    10. Into vs In To
    * She brought me in to train for the job
    * I ran into her mistakenly

    • Baridakara Barilemeloo Nwikpugi says:

      Name: Baridakara Barilemeloo Nwikpugi
      Matric Number: DE. 2021/6734
      Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting
      Faculty: Communication and Media Studies

      1. They’re vs Their vs There
      i. They’re the best when it comes to football.
      ii. They live in the city with their parents.

      2. Your vs You’re
      i. Your mother used to be my teacher.
      ii. You’re too arrogant.

      3. Its vs It’s
      i. The car has lost its value.
      ii. It’s raining outside.

      4. To vs too
      i. To get rich you need to struggle.
      ii. I need a car too.

      5. Possessive Nouns
      i. The Daniels’ just acquired a new mansion.
      ii. My father’s cars are expensive.

      6. Who vs That
      i. Who is the Pastor of this church?
      ii. That is my brother’s house.

      7. Lose vs Loose
      i. He will surely lose that money.
      ii. My shoe lace is loose.

      8. Then vs Than
      i. He is stronger than his opponent.
      ii. He killed his enemies and then went into hiding.

      9. Between and Among
      i. The gun was placed between the two killers.
      ii. He is among the soldier that were recruited.

      10. Less vs Fewer.
      i. There are fewer boys in the class.
      ii. You need to consume less sugar.

    • Name: Oriala Daniel chihurumnahia
      Dept: cinematographer and broadcasting
      Faculty: MËDÎÃ and communication studies

      1. It’s vs. Its
      a.) They’re going to enjoy leaving there because their soup is the best in Bayelsa.
      b.) Can we go see that movie? I hear it’s quite interesting to watch in the cinemas.

      2. Yours vs. You’re
      a.) I found a watch in the living room and I was told that it is yours.
      b.) Honestly you’re interrupting me.

      3. Referring to a brand or entity as “they”
      a.) Sony is one of the best out there.
      b.) It is very necessary for the company to keep a good eye on its suppliers to guarantee the quality of the goods.

      4. Affect vs. Effect
      a.) Don’t do that, it will affect the system
      b.) With time, we would see the effect of the new product that was bought.

      5. i.e vs. e.g.
      a.) One plus four is five, i. e 1+4=5.
      b.) There are so many social media platforms where you can reach out to family and friends e.g. Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, to mention but a few.

      6. Into vs. In to
      a.) His phone fell into the sewage.
      b.) I love to tune in to Super sports every Saturday evening.

      7. Use of commas
      b.) I love sleeping, so I spend every Saturday afternoon in my room.
      b.) The Governor in his speech specially thanked his ministers, his wife, the president and God.

      8. Between vs. Among
      a.) There is a great difference between a boy and a girl.
      b.) There wasn’t much to say among the council members.

      9. Who vs. That
      a.) Most of us who ran are here
      a.) The fact that my mum called makes me happy.

      10. Lose vs. Loose
      a.) I have to lose weight this year to look good.
      b.) A wild elephant has been running loose on the streets of Port Harcourt

  151. Chukwu-Sancho Esther Omasirichi says:

    Chukwu-Sancho Esther Omasirichi
    DE 2021/6749
    Faculty of Communication and Media Studies
    Department of Cinematography and Broadcasting Studies

    They’re vs Their vs There
    a) They’re studying at the library for the “Shut up and read” program with Dr Sarah
    b) Their car got stuck in the mud
    c) I live over there

    Your vs You’re
    a) Your dress is quite expensive
    b) You’re good at football

    Its vs It’s
    a) A car is no good without its wheels
    b) it’s raining

    They
    a) They say she is amazingly beautiful
    b) They lived in New York between 1998 and 2004

    Affect vs Effect
    a) Don’t do that, it will affect the surgery
    b) The teachings of the pastor had a massive effect on my belief

    To vs Too
    a) He might not have lost a referendum he never expected to lose
    b) From what we’ve seen in the tournament I think she meant it, too

    Who vs That
    a) Who scored the goal?
    b) Take that envelope to the post office

    Then vs Than
    a) I lived in New York then
    b)She is younger than I am

    Between vs Among
    a) What were you doing between 5:30pm and 7:00pm?
    b) She wanted to be among friends

    Who vs Whom vs Whose vs Who’s
    a) Who prepared dinner?
    b) Whom did they summon?
    c) Whose phone is this?
    d) Who’s hungry?

  152. Oyibo God'sTreasure Wellington says:

    Name: Oyibo God’sTreasure Wellington.
    Department: Development communication studies.
    Matric no: De.2021/6689

    1) Your vs. You’re
    Your- Frank is not planning to go to your house.
    You’re- I hope you’re going to get the test done by the deadline.

    2) Into vs. In to
    Into- I will look into the options you have suggested.
    In to- I’m going to turn the wallet I found in to the head of department.

    3) Its vs. It’s
    Its- The class is too small for its aquarium.
    It’s- I know it’s hard, but you’ll be okay.

    4) Affect vs. Effect
    Affect- How does one’s personality affect success on the job?
    Effect- We have to give the changes time to take effect.

    5) To vs. Too
    To- Do you need Dr. Sarah to explain the grammar rule?
    Too- The tea is way too hot for me.

    6) Who vs. That
    Who- Was it Elan who organized the surprise party for Wellington.
    That- Treasure is the president of the association that nurse injured soldiers back to health.

    7) I.e vs. E.g
    I.e- in essence. After school, I’ll work over to that new sports arena
    E.g- example given. After school, I’ll walk over to a sports arena.

    8) Alot vs A lot vs. Allot
    A lot- You have a lot of work to do.
    Allot- Maybe you should allot some time tomorrow to make sure everything gets done.
    Alot is not a word.

    9) Lose vs. Loose
    Lose- Did you lose track of the time.
    Loose- She let loose after her last exam.

    10) Less vs. Fewer
    Less- I missed less lectures this year than last.
    Fewer- Fewer than five students study in this classroom at night.

  153. OKO-JAJA MAJESTY MICHAEL says:

    NAME: OKO-JAJA MAJESTY MICHAEL
    DEPARTMENT: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION STUDIES
    MAT. NO: DE.2021/6727

    1. They’re vs. There
    a. ‘They’re’ all in support of racism because, they watched the officer beat the dark skin guy in England.
    b. Don’t you ever go ‘there’, because it’s dangerous.

    2. Your vs. You’re
    a. ‘Your’ fish pond yields more fishes every year.
    b. ‘You’re’ a wise man.

    3. Its vs. It’s
    a. ‘Its’ mine, my dad gave them to me.
    b. Pastors are meant to pray for us, ‘it’s’ their duty.

    4. They
    It is known that it is wrong to describe brands with ‘They’, preferable to use ‘its’.
    a. Contact ELANHUB for adverts, ‘They’ do deliver (wrong).
    b. ‘Its’ better to choose ELANHUB as the best brand for the job.

    5. Possessive Nouns
    a. Its my ‘brother’s bag.
    b. These Houses’ belongs to chief.

    6. Affect vs. Effect
    a. This Process of election will ‘affect’ us badly.
    b. The later ‘Effect’ of what you do now, is destruction.

    7.To vs. Too
    a. I told Sarah ‘to’ bring me some salt.
    b. Even mum knows that Sarah ‘too’ does a lot of house chores.

    9. Who vs. That
    a. ‘Who’ is that fair guy that dropped you off lately.
    b. ‘That’ house over there, belongs to sir Pete

    10. Who vs. Whom vs. Whose vs. Who’s
    a. ‘Who’ is the first daughter of chief Eze.
    b. To ‘whom’ it may concern.
    c. ‘Whoose’ biro is this, femi or boland.
    d. Who’s bola’s mum, the fair or dark lady over there.

    11. Alot vs. A lot vs. Allot
    a. I have a lot of friends in Germany.
    b. While you’re coming to France, bring allot of mama’s clothes.

    12. Into vs. In to
    a. We’re an hour ‘into’ the journey to the kings palace.

  154. Awaji-imam Claudia says:

    Awaji-imam Claudia
    Matric No: DE. 2021/6833
    Department: Journalism and media studies

    1. They’re vs.Their vs. There
    a. I don’t know if they’re planning to attend.
    b. Their car is red.
    c. Are we going there?

    2. Your vs. You’re
    a. Is that your shoe in the ditch?
    b. You’re one step ahead of me.

    3. Its vs. It’s
    a. A computer can update its drive
    b. I don’t know if it’s his or not

    4. Affect vs. Effect
    a. The cold weather affected the crops.
    b. You can feel the effects of a cold.

    5. To vs. Too
    a. Am off to work.
    b. The soup is too hot.

    6. Who vs. That
    a. That’s the boy who scored the goal.
    b. The teacher suggested that we finish our assignment.

    7. Who vs. Whom vs. Whose vs. who’s
    a.The man who punched the great white shark.
    b. Whom do you like best.
    c. Whose birthday is it today?
    d. Who’s hungry.

    8. Lose vs. Loose
    a. The company is going to lose everything.
    b. The rope was tied in a loose knot.

    9. Then vs. Than
    a. Back then, children played outside a lot more often.
    b. I like cake better than pie.

    10. Between vs. Among
    a. The ball rolled between the desk and the wall.
    b. The house is nestled among the trees.

  155. Nubari Charles Kpegasin says:

    NUBARI KPEGASIN CHARLES
    CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    DE.2021/6785

    1. Your VS You’re
    a. “Your among the dancers” rather than “you’re among the dancers”
    b. “I like you’re sister” rather than “I like your sister”

    2. Lose Vs Loose
    a. “Why did you loose the cash?” rather than “Why did you lose the cash?”
    b. “She wants to lose her braids” rather than “She wants to loose her braids”

    3. Less Vs Fewer
    a. “I think he has less friends” rather than “I think he has fewer friends”
    b. “She should take fewer sugar” rather than “she should take less sugar”

    4. Its Vs it’s
    a. “Its getting bad” rather than “it’s getting bad”
    b. “It’s cage is big enough” rather than “its cage is big enough”

    5. Use of Commas
    a. “I have bread milk and egg” rather than “I have bread, milk, and egg”
    b. “Am friends with Sarah, Stella and Bella” rather than “Am friends with Sarah, Stella, and Bella”

    6. They’re Vs Their Vs There
    a. “Their going to love it” rather than “they’re going to love it”
    b. “There group won” rather than “their group won”

    7. Alot Vs A lot Vs Allot
    a. “Davido has alot of money” rather than “Davido has a lot of money”
    b. “I’ve gone through alot” rather than “I’ve fine through a lot”

    8. Into Vs in to
    a. “Charles walked in to the class” rather than “Charles walks into the class”
    b. “Sarah got in to the red car” rather than “Sarah got into the car”

    9. Semi Colons
    a. “Drop by next week and it’ll be ready by then” rather than “Drop by next week; it’ll be ready by then”
    b. “Choose between the two options Davido and fireboy and Wizkid and Rema” rather than “Choose between the two options; Davido and Fireboy; Wizkid and Rema”

    10. Possessive nouns
    a. The Johnson’s bought a new house” rather than “The Johnsons’ bought a new house”
    b. The cat’s kittens grew so fast ” rather than “the cats, kittens grew so fast”.

  156. Tamunoipirinye Godwin Eugenia says:

    Tamunoipirinye Godwin Eugenia
    Cinematography and Broadcasting
    100level

    1
    They vs They’re
    a) I bet they’re leaving their best life there in America.
    b)they’re good friends actually and I hope their friendship lasts longer, now look over there.
    2
    Your vs You’re
    a)your best friend is as beautiful as you’re.
    b)your dress is beautiful, you’re an amazing person.
    3
    It vs It’s
    a)it hasn’t been easy, although, it’s been a year since the last time they met.
    b)it’ been raining for a week and now it’s starting to snow.
    4
    Brand
    a)they no longer brand their cattle.
    b) the store sell a variety of shoe brand.
    5
    Possessive noun
    a)Don’t touch the cats toy.
    b) I don’t steal people ideas.
    6
    Affect vs Effect
    a) The cold weather affected the crops.
    b) The experience has left a bad effect on him
    7
    To vs Too
    a)we are going to the market square.
    b)she too , is a catholic-an.
    8
    i.e vs e.g
    a)we had our special food last week I.e fried rice .
    b)we all went for healthy exercise e.g running and jogging .
    9
    Who vs That
    a)precious is the one who kept it there.
    b)That is the ball over there.
    10
    Between vs Among
    a)she divided the fruits among the five children.
    b) the ball was hidden among the trees.

  157. EKWUEME PAULLA AGNES says:

    NAME: EKWUEME PAULLA AGNES
    MAT NO: DE.2021/6676
    DEPT: DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES

    1.  They’re vs their;
    * They’re going to school.
    * Their food is in the pot.

    2.  Your vs you’re;
    * You’re a priceless jewel.
    * Your leg looks good in the shoe.

    3.  To vs Too;
    * Will you go to the Market?
    * My hands are too full.

    4.  Who vs That;
    * Who is there?
    * That is my dress.

    5.  Who vs whom vs whose vs who’s;
    * Whose phone is that?
    * To whom it may concern.

    6.  Between vs Among
    * The girl stood in between the persons involved in the fight.
    * Are you among the worship group?

    7.  Ensure vs Assure vs insure
    *Be rest assured that you are safe.
    * Ensure you turn off the light before you leave.

    8.  Then vs Than
    * Femi eats faster than Funmi.
    * Sharon was the prettiest girl back then in secondary school.

    9.  Less vs Fewer
    * Regina has less than twenty thousand naira left in her account.
    *As the days passed, the rose had fewer petals on it.

    10.  i.e vs e.g
    * we should do our best to take care of beneficial garden insects, e.g., bees and worms.
    * I got into trouble for getting home late, i.e., After curfew.

  158. Olaniran hope gbadamosi says:

    Olaniran hope gbadamosi
    Journalism
    De.2021/9725
    1.into vs in to
    A)the boy throw it into the river
    B)he went in to get the papers
    2.lose vs loose
    A)Don’t lose the book
    B)the dress is quite loose
    3.affect vs effect
    A)the drink will affect him badly
    B)the drugs effect on him will not be good
    4.its vs it’s
    A)the dog is licking its nose
    B)the man know it’s a problem
    5.to vs too
    A) I am going to call him
    B)even mike too wants a bottle
    6.less vs fewer
    A)the people should eat less
    B)There are fewer blues here
    7.your vs you’re
    A)these are your books
    B)you’re interrupting me please
    8.between vs among
    A)between two of you;who did it?
    B)it should be among the girls
    9.then vs than
    A)then I think we should wrap this up
    B)I love vanilla more than chocolate
    10.whose vs who’s
    A)whose book is this?
    B)who’s with my phone

  159. Tamunoipirinye Godwin Eugenia says:

    1
    They vs They’re
    a) I bet they’re leaving their best life there in America.
    b)they’re good friends actually and I hope their friendship lasts longer, now look over there.
    2
    Your vs You’re
    a)your best friend is as beautiful as you’re.
    b)your dress is beautiful, you’re an amazing person.
    3
    It vs It’s
    a)it hasn’t been easy, although, it’s been a year since the last time they met.
    b)it’ been raining for a week and now it’s starting to snow.
    4
    Brand
    a)they no longer brand their cattle.
    b) the store sell a variety of shoe brand.
    5
    Possessive noun
    a)Don’t touch the cats toy.
    b) I don’t steal people ideas.
    6
    Affect vs Effect
    a) The cold weather affected the crops.
    b) The experience has left a bad effect on him
    7
    To vs Too
    a)we are going to the market square.
    b)she too , is a catholic-an.
    8
    i.e vs e.g
    a)we had our special food last week I.e fried rice .
    b)we all went for healthy exercise e.g running and jogging .
    9
    Who vs That
    a)precious is the one who kept it there.
    b)That is the ball over there.
    10
    Between vs Among
    a)she divided the fruits among the five children.
    b) the ball was hidden among the trees.

  160. Name:George Sabana Divine
    Matric number:DE.2021/9523
    Department:Public Relations and advertising

    1.They’re VS Their VS There
    a.They’re planning to go swimming soon. b.The police came to their rescue.
    c.I did not know there were fruits on the table.

    2.Affect VS Effect
    a.He went to visit the affected victims.
    b.The minimum wage bill will take effect from today.

    3.Between VS Among
    a.The neighbours built a fence between the two houses.
    b.A british man was among the survivors.

    4.Assure VS Insure VS Ensure
    a.I can assure you that you won’t be dissappointed.
    b.Make sure you insure your phone against loss or damage.
    c.We need to ensure their safety.

    5.Less VS Fewer
    a.We need less talk and more work.
    b.fewer students are opting for science courses now adays.

    6.Its VS It’s
    a.The bird is in its house.
    b.It’s always raining.

    7.Into VS In to
    a.The boat sailed into the sea.
    b.Please log in to our website.

    8.Your VS You’re
    a.Can i borrow your pen.
    b.you’re the best version of your kind.

    9.Who VS That
    a.Those who do things that hurt others are wicked.
    b.He spoke so well that everybody was pleasant.

    10.Then VS Than
    a.That night it stormed and then turned cold.
    b Food was more a distraction than a desire.

  161. Agborubere Rachael says:

    Name:Agborubere Rachael
    Dept: Public Relations and Advertising
    Matric no: De 2021/9513

    1.Your vs You’re
    * The bank is on your right.
    *You’re great at this job.

    2.Its vs It’s
    *The baby threw its food on the floor.
    *It’s impossible to get there in time.

    3.Affect vs Effect
    *Your opinion will not affect my decision.
    *Her criticisms had the effect of discouraging him completely.

    4.To vs Too
    *It fell to the ground.
    *It is too late to do anything about it now.

    5.i.e vs e.g
    *Some poem are mnemonic i.e they are designed to help remember something.
    * There are many kinds of domestic animals e.g dogs, cats, parrots.

    6.Who vs That
    *I wonder who that letter was from.
    *That incident changed their lives.

    7.Lose vs Loose
    *You have nothing to lose by telling the truth.
    *She usually wears her hair loose.

    8.Then vs Than
    *I saw them at Christmas but haven’t heard a thing since then.
    *It was much better than I had expected.

    9.Between vs Among
    *The paper fell between the wall and the desk.
    *A British woman was among the survivors.

    10.Less vs Fewer
    *It is less of a problem than I expected.
    *He was advised to smoke fewer cigarettes.

  162. Name :Eke precious chituru
    Department:Development communication studies
    Matric no.: DE.2021/6702
    1 Your vs You’re
    a.Your : your mom is calling you.
    b You’re: You’re beautiful !
    2 Its vs It’s
    a. Its: The dog wagged its tail when he saw his master.
    b. it’s: it’s very beautiful out here.
    3 Possessive noun
    a all the egg’s in the basket belongs to her.
    b.The teacher’s car is red.
    4 Affect vs Effect
    a. Affect: Stop smoking, it will affect your lungs.
    b. Effect: The cigarette has an effect on him.
    5 Who vs That
    a. Who: Was it jotn who saved you from drowning?
    b.That: That is my house across the road.
    6.Then vs Than
    a.Then: I was cooking, Then he arrived for dinner.
    b. Than: Bright is more handsome than festus
    7.Between vs Among
    a. Between: Between Amaka and Nkiru who is more clever?
    b. Among: Share this money among yourselves.
    8.Assure vs Ensure
    a. Assure: I assure you that,” you will graduate with first class”.
    b. Ensure: Ensure you read before coming to my class.
    9 They’re vs Their
    a. They’re: They’re the selected candidates for the election.
    b.. Their: Their clothes are worn-out
    10 Who’s vsWhose
    a. Who’s: Who’s favour to you?
    b. Whose: whose child is this?

  163. Name: Anurife Vivian Nmesoma
    Mat no: DE.2021/6706
    Dept: Development Communication Studies
    1They ‘re vs their vs there
    They’re going to the lamp store.
    Their car got stock in traffic.
    There are different ways we can take care of our body.
    2.Your vs you’re
    Your mom will be here soon.
    You’re such a brilliant girl.
    3. Its vs it’s
    The most unique feature of radio is its portability.
    It’s easily accessible and affordable.
    4. To vs too
    We will be going to the gym.
    The food is too spicy.
    5.Affect vs Effect
    The surgery has an effect on me.
    It affects some parts of the body.
    6. Less vs fewer
    There are less mosquitos during rainy season.
    Than there are in dry season.
    7. Lose vs loose
    I don’t want to lose anything precious to me.
    The dress is loose on me.
    8.Between vs Among
    There is a great difference between a boy and a girl.
    Amaka is the smallest among her peers in the class room.
    9.Then vs than
    The wedding will hold at the church ,then the reception will be at the lush garden
    Usually there are more girls than boys in a classroom.
    10. Who vs whom vs whose vs who’s
    Who is doing the laundry.
    This is my son whom I am well pleased.
    This is the driver whose car was stolen
    Who’s playing there with the dogs.

  164. Nwaeke Delight says:

    Name:Nwaeke Delight Okwukwe
    Department: Development Communication studies.
    Matric No: De:2021/6714
    October 9, 2022 at 11:25

    1. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    * Your sister owns the boutique.
    * You’re good at playing basketball.

    2. ITS VS IT’S
    * The cream is in its container.
    * I know it’s tough, but you will succeed.

    3. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    * The drugs affected his mental health and physical look.
    * The effects of hard drugs are unbearable.

    4. TO VS TOO
    * I am traveling to Canada tomorrow afternoon.
    * I know you love me and I love you too.

    5. WHO VS THAT
    * Who owns the luggage at the balcony?
    * I noticed that you prefer your mum to your dad.

    6. LOSE VS LOOSE
    * Manchester united will definitely lose the match that would hold today.
    * I knew the belt were loosed.

    7. THEN VS THAN
    * Mary first got engaged, and then Martha.
    * I would prefer purple rather than pink.

    8. LESS VS FEWER
    * The population at Rivers state university can’t be compared to Ignatius ajuru university its less then what we can imagine.
    * The number of students at the arena are fewer than last event.

    9. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    * There are fences between all the houses.
    * She hid herself among the crowd of people at the assembly ground.

    10. ASSURE VS ENSURE VS INSURE
    * I assure you the promotion letter.
    * I did my best just to ensure that my children lives their best life.

  165. Divine Adaeze Asah says:

    Name: Divine Adaeze Asah
    Department: public relations and advertising
    They’re VS Their VS there
    *They’re all going to school today.
    * Their mother just returned from the market.
    Your VS You’re
    * Your name is on the register
    * He said you’re his best friend
    Lose VS Loose
    * I’d better not lose my pen again
    *The Sandy soil has a loose texture
    Who VS That
    * Who is your brother?
    * Is that your mum and dad.
    To VS Too
    * Am going to my aunt’s place.
    * I think she loves him too.
    Between VS Among
    * She sat between her mum and dad.
    * He was among the student that danced last night.
    Then VS Then
    * He was very much happier then.
    * Priye is taller than Ella.
    Use of comma’s
    * She bought sugar,noodles, softdrinks and chicken for her dad.
    * Precious, Deborah, Ella and Manuel came first in class.
    Less VS fewer
    * He earn’s not less than a million in a month
    * There are fewer drinks in the fridge than usual
    Into VS in to.
    * He ran into the arms of the police officer.
    * He went in to get the knife used in cutting the cake.

  166. Dornanu Barivure favour says:

    DE:2021/9502
    DEPT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    1) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    ✓pls collect your book olive.
    ✓Tomorrow you’re to come with your passport.
    2)ITS vs IT’S
    ✓When it’s time for the party, I will tell you.
    ✓The house its mine
    3)AFFECT vs EFFECT
    ✓What effect did the loss have on the team?
    ✓But why should the death of his father affect you?
    4)TO vs TOO
    ✓Am will be going to the store later in the day.
    ✓He is just too good in singing
    5)I.e vs e.g
    ✓I am a vegan,i.e., I do not eat any animal- based products.
    ✓I don’t like to say things are good or bad e.g, the chocolate is good or the chocolate is bad.
    6)WHO vs THAT
    ✓Who is responsible for the cleaning of the house?
    ✓That is Samson’s car.
    7)INTO vs IN TO
    ✓She came into the room
    ✓I moved back in to help my mother take care of the house.
    8)LOSE vs LOOSE
    ✓The screw became loose
    ✓I don’t want to lose you!!
    9)THEN vs THAN
    ✓Turn right at the next street, then turn left at the light.
    ✓She would rather stay in than go out.
    10)BETWEEN vs AMONG
    ✓He stood between his mother and his father.
    ✓Among them was a girl.

  167. IGOLIMA OSOMODIOMA MIYAUTE says:

    NAME:IGOLIMA OSOMODIOMA MIYAUTE
    DEPARTMENT:PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    1.AFFECT VS EFFECT
    .Hard drugs can affect your mental health
    .The effect of illicit drugs is very bad

    2.TO VS TOO
    .I might travel to my hometown tomorrow
    .This is too much for me to bear

    3.WHO VS THAT
    .Who owns that building across the street
    .That wrist watch on the fridge is mine

    4.LESS VS FEWER
    .The junior staffs had less engagement in the meeting
    .The level at which people involve in crime is getting fewer this days

    5.BETWEEN VS AMONG
    .The distance between both houses is just a yardstick
    .He hid himself among the crowd

    6.YOUR VS YOU’RE
    .Your instructor came earlier today
    .You’re such an ingrate

    7.THEN VS THAN
    .After the whole incident,he then realised he had made a terrible mistake
    .I would rather choose to be a compliant worker than to be a fraudster

    8.ITS VS IT’S
    .The phone is in its pack
    .It’s not an easy to task to be the breadwinner if your family

    9.LOSE VS LOOSE
    .Our club will definitely lose the match
    .He went loose after he realised he has been duped

    10.A LOT VS ALLOT
    .He has been going through a lot for some couple of days now
    .He was allotted five minutes to address the students

  168. Ogbonda Stephanie Nwoburoma says:

    OGBONDA STEPHANIE NWOBUROMA
    DE.2021/6756
    CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING

    1) ASSURE vs. ENSURE
    a. I assure you that the goods would be delivered on Thursday morning.
    b. Let us all ensure to keep our community is clean.

    2) i.e vs. e.g
    a. The hotel offers turndown service; i.e, the maid will prepare the bed for sleeping and leave a small treat on the pillow.
    b. There are many types of trees e.g oak, maple, spruce.

    3) YOUR vs. YOU’RE
    a. You’re late for the party.
    b. It is your duty to clean up the house.

    4) AFFECT vs. EFFECT
    a. The new manager is bound to effect positive changes in the office
    b. The weather condition will affect the number of people who will come to the outdoor concert.

    5) WHO vs. THAT
    a. I wonder who started the rumor.
    b. She picked up the hair brush that she had left on the bed.

    6) BETWEEN vs. AMONG
    a. The child sat between his mother and father.
    b. The project tasks include blueprinting, construction and development, among other things.

    7) TO vs. TOO
    a. Danielle is to deliver the goods in the evening
    b. The soup is too hot.

    8) USE OF COMMAS
    a. I love vanilla ice cream, but my brother prefers chocolate.
    b. Hilda, a very good cook, went to San Francisco.

    9) SEMICOLONS
    a. I have a big test tomorrow; I can’t go out tonight.
    b. Call me tomorrow; you can give me an answer then

    10) ALLOT vs. A LOT
    a. The government allotted some funds to the Western part of the country.
    b. She is a lot happier now than she was.

  169. Godswill inye bobmanuel says:

    NAME: GODSWILL INYE BOBMANUEL
    DEPARTMENT: DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES
    MATRIC NO : DE. 2021/6672

    1. Your vs You’re
    *Your Uncle has a Roman nose
    * Dose she think you’re happy
    2. It’s vs Its
    *i think the company wants to have its cake and eat it
    * It’s got to be a joke
    3. Affect vs Effect
    * The fog created an eerie effect
    * The exam result will affect your overall grade
    4. To vs Too
    * Your eye is swollen, your lips is swollen too
    * I need to think
    5. I. E. vs E. G.
    * She’s a Hoosier, i.e. , she’s from Indiana
    *David roots from the local team , e.g, the pacers and the colts
    6. Who vs That
    * The book that he read is 499 pages long
    * The man who won the lottery is outside
    7. Into vs In To
    * She jumped into the pool
    * I will call in to the radio show
    8. Lose vs Loose
    * The handle is loose
    * Did you lose track of the time?
    9. Then vs Than
    * John is younger than I am
    * It went dark, then there was a scream
    10. Less vs Fewer
    * Cookie monster was told to eat fewer cookies
    * Could you give cookie monster less milk next time

  170. Akpan Eti-inyene says:

    NAME: Akpan Eti-inyene Uduakobong
    MAT NO: DE. 2021/6795
    DEPT: Journalism and media studies

    1) They’re vs. Their vs. There
    a) They’re leaving after they get the coat.
    b) I can’t wait to go there.

    2) Your vs. You’re
    a) I used your phone after it was fully charged.
    b) You’re my favourite lecturer.

    3) Its vs. It’s
    a) What is its country of origin?
    b) The company just celebrated it’s eighth year since it went public.

    4) Affect vs. Effect
    a) I don’t think it might affect you.
    b) We have to give the changes time to take effect.

    5) To vs. Too
    a) I’m going to bed early.
    b) Get the bananas too.

    6) I.e vs. E.g
    a) Only one city i.e London, has hosted the summer Olympic three times.
    b) There are different flavours of ice cream e.g chocolate, strawberry.

    7) Who vs. That
    a) I need to know who takes the final decision.
    b) Oliver is the president of the association that nurses injured wild animals.

    8) Into vs. In to
    a) Please put the cat into the carrier.
    b) I dropped in to say hello.

    9) Then vs. Than
    a) First I went to the store, then I got gas.
    b) That presentation was better than the first one.

    10) Lose vs. loose
    a) If we stay on this track, we can’t lose.
    b) She let loose after her exams.

  171. NAME:ANTHONY OREZIMENA CLEMENTINA
    MATRIC NUMBER :DE.2021/9528
    DEPARTMENT:PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    1.Who vs.That
    a)Who is the owner of that house?
    b)The only person who has access to him is that boy from his town.

    2. Your vs You’re
    a)I had to tell your brother that you’re not serious.
    b)Your father loves you too much that’s why you’re so spoilt.

    3.Possesive pronouns
    a) the Chairman’s wife is pretty.
    b)The cat’s health is getting worse.

    4.To vs. Too
    a)I used to be her friend too.
    b)She had to leave cause the Sauna was way too hot for her.

    5.Then vs. Than
    a)let’s play a duet, then.
    b)life is better now than it has ever been.

    6.Between vs. Among
    a)This secret has to be between us.
    b)They were quarreling among themselves.

    7.Semicolons
    a)I have a big test tomorrow;I can’t go out tonight
    b)If you bring your sunglasses, sunscreen, and a towel; we can go to the beach.

    8.Less vs. Fewer
    a)We need less talk and more work.
    b)The billionaire has fewer problems.

    9.I.e vs. e.g
    a)I got in trouble for getting home so late,I.e, after curfew.
    b)I don’t like crowded places, e.g, markets and crusades.

    10.Into vs. in to
    a) The lecturer came into the classroom.
    b)The lecturer came in to teach the students.

  172. Name: Ibifubara peculiar Alanengibi
    Mat no: DE.2021/9828
    Dept: cinematography and broadcasting

    1. They’re, their, there
    a. They’re all singing together
    b. Their signatures are showing
    c. Meet me up over there

    2. Your, you’re
    a. Your shoes are dirty
    b. You’re my only friend

    3. Its, it’s
    a. The glass is in its shelf
    b. It’s so good to be here

    4. Affect, Effect
    a. It will affect everyone in that room
    b. The effect it took on you is so bad

    5. To, too
    a. Bring it to my table
    b. That was too heavy

    6. Who, that
    a. Who was knocking at the gate?
    b. That girl wants to be a superstar

    7. Lose, loose
    a. This team will always lose at the end
    b. A loose shirt?

    8. Then, than
    a. Drink water first and then eat later
    b. It better to be good than bad

    9. Assure, insure, ensure
    a. I’ll assure that it is a good product
    b. You can insure it in my company
    c. You have to ensure you have enough money to buy it

    10. Between, Among
    a. This should be just between us
    b. I know you’re among that famous team.

  173. Agboto Victor Kandy says:

    AGBOTO VICTOR KANDY
    De.2021/6763
    Cinematography and Broadcasting studies.

    1. THEY’RE VS THEIR
    *They’re coming in tomorrow morning
    * They all chose their best options
    2. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    * Can you lend me your book
    * You’re the most handsome guy
    3. ITS VS. IT’S
    * The bread has it own flavour
    * It’s all about to happen today
    4. AFFECT VS. EFFECT
    * The scratch is liable to affect him
    * The issue had a great effect on him
    5. TO VS. TOO
    * She has gone to buy food.
    *She is going too far
    6. WHO VS. THAT
    * Who are you
    * That was the man who helped us
    7. THEN VS. THAN
    * She is far better than you
    * It was after then the incident happened
    8. LESS VS. FEWER
    * It is less important
    * The quality are fewer than the others
    9. LOSE VS. LOOSE
    * They will lose this match
    * The property was loose before arrival
    10. WHO VS. WHOM
    * Who permitted you to do that
    * To whom this may concern

  174. Ihunwo glory nkechinyere says:

    Ihunwo glory nkechinyere
    Dept:: cinematography and broadcasting studies
    1.INTO vs IN TO
    a.I dropped in to say hello.
    b.James sorted all his files into separate envelopes.

    2.i.e vs e.g
    a.Moses has only one hobby i.e dancing.
    b.Dr.sarah saw many kinds of students in the classroom e.g the easily distracted,,the over serious etc.

    3.WHO vs THAT
    a.I met a woman who can speak yoruba.
    b.Whats the name of the man that lives next door.

    4.AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a.Staying up late does not affect my ability to wake up early.
    b.The new law prohibiting texting while driving will go into effect tomorrow.

    5.BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a.The treasure is between the palm tree and the hut.
    b.I want to live among like – minded people.

    6.YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a.Let’s meet at your convenience.
    b.You’re a student of Rivers State University.

    7.LOSE vs LOOSE
    a.I Don’t want to lose my home.
    b.James wore loose clothes.

    8.LESS vs FEWER
    a.The victory was nothing less than a miracle.
    b.Fewer women wear hats these days.

    9.WHOSE vs WHO’S
    a.Whose phone is this?
    b.Who’s with my bag?

    10.THEN vs THAN
    a.They we’re different back then.
    b.She sings better than peace.

  175. Ordu Emmanuel Uchechukwu says:

    Name: Ordu Emmanuel Uchechukwu
    Dept: Development Communication Studies
    Matric no: De 2021/6718
    1. Affect or Effect
    a) the weather affected his mood.
    b) Computers have had a hug effect on our lives.
    2. Less or Fewer
    a) Could you give cookie monster less milk next time.
    b) Cookie monster was told to eat fewer cookies.
    3. Between or Among
    a) the treasure is between the palm tree and the hut.
    b) Jane divided the cookies among the children.
    4. Who or That
    a) Who is at the door.
    b) That girl is quite brilliant.
    5.Whose or Who’s
    a) whose phone is this
    b) The old guy who’s always taking pictures.
    6. Your or You’re
    a) you forgot your scarf at the store.
    b) You’re welcome.
    7. To or Too
    a) the boy went to the store .
    b) He followed her too.
    8. Then or Than
    a) we”ll have to wait until then.
    b) she is younger than I am.
    9.Its or it’s
    a)a computer can updates its drive.
    b) It’s going to be a fabulous night.
    10. Assure , insure, Ensure
    a) I assure you that I have been honest about the money I spent.
    b) I will insure my car as required by law.
    c) Mauricio saved money from every paycheck to ensure he could buy gifts for his family at the end of the year.

  176. Belema Oliver says:

    Name:Oliver Belema
    Matric Number:De.2021/6767
    Department:Cinematography and broadcasting
    Date:9th of October 2022

    1.Then vs Than
    a. Then:finish your homework, and then you can watch tv.
    b.Than:I would rather stay in than go out.

    2:your vs you’re
    a.your:I love your cooking.
    b.you’re:I hope you’re having a good time.

    3:Its vs It’s
    a.its:These cakes is past its expiration date.
    b.it’s:it’s been an unforgettable day.

    4:whom vs who’s
    a.whom:she saw a lady whom she presumed worked at the store.
    b.who’s:I don’t know anyone here. Who’s who?

    5:into vs in to
    a.into:Divine walked into the room.
    b.in to:I will plug in to this guitar amp.

    6:Between vs Among
    a.Between:I was asked to choose between my two friends.
    b.Among:The ransom was shared among themselves.

    7:Affect vs Effect
    a.Affect:How much a student study can affect his or her grade point.
    b.Effect:The special effects in movies today are aided by computers.

    8:To vs Too
    a.To:she sat next to me.
    b.Too:The water is too hot.

    9:Use of comma
    Use of comma:The game was over, but the crowd refuse to leave.

    10:Less vs Fewer
    a.Less:she finished in less than I did.
    b.fewer:Paul has fewer fishing lures than jack does.

  177. Allen Victor omakwelle says:

    MATRICULATION NUMBER; DE.2021/9465

    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    1. LESS Vs FEWER
    i) You have less than 20 minutes left.
    ii). Women commit fewer crimes than men.

    2. ASSURE vs INSURE vs ENSURE
    i) She assured herself that the letter was in the drawer.
    ii) We need to ensure that the pool is properly protected against children.

    3. THEN vs THAN
    i) Life was hard then because none of us had a job.
    ii) There were more alcoholic drinks than soda in the fridge.

    4. LOSE Vs LOOSE
    i) The manager told his employee to be careful before he loses his job.
    ii) The horse had broken loose from its tether.

    5. INTO Vs IN TO
    i) She threw the trash into the river.
    ii) The man went in to collect his share of money.

    6. WHO Vs THAT
    i) Who took the drink I kept in the fridge?
    ii) That car parked over there belongs to me.

    7. TO Vs TOO
    i) The golden medal was awarded to Kalu.
    ii) The man,too,has a criminal record.

    8. AFFECT Vs EFFECT
    i) I told him that his opinion won’t affect my decision.
    ii) The drug she took, had a side effect on her.

    9. ITS Vs IT’S
    i) The dog broke its leg while chasing the man.
    ii) It’s too dangerous to drink and drive.

    10. BETWEEN Vs AMONG
    i) There was a fight between the two parties.
    ii) A British woman was among the supervisors.

  178. Name: chinda praise oroma
    Dept: public relations and advertising
    Mat no:De 2021/9509
    1a Affect vs effect
    *Smoking has a very big effect on man and society..
    *Exam malpractice can affect you in the nearest future once u become addicted to it
    2 who’s/whose
    *Bola check who’s at the door
    *Whose child is this.
    3 Between vs among
    *The competition is between red house and yellow house sports team..
    *I was among the last set of choristers that sang ..
    4 who vs that
    *I met a woman who can teach maths very well
    *What’s the name of that tall Young Man.?
    5 INTO vs IN TO
    *I stepped in to say hello
    *I threw the trash can into the river
    6 To vs TOO
    *I’m of to church
    *Is obedience too much to ask of you?
    7 Assure vs Insure vs Ensure
    *I assure you the company will offer you nothing but the best
    *I’ve been having the thought to insure my car..
    *Please ensure my job is done fast
    8 IT’S vs ITS
    *It’s ur responsibility to feed the family
    *The dog is in its cage
    9 Your vs You’re
    *Can you shut your mouth for a while?
    *You’re everything I ever wished for
    10 They’re vs Their vs There
    *They’re working with the police officers
    *Leave there and come over to my place
    *Thier names were approved by the governor..

  179. Amachree Godday Amutadi says:

    Public Relations And Advertising Department

    1. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    * Your mother owns the restaurant.
    * You’re good at playing football.

    2. ITS VS IT’S
    * The milk is in its container.
    * I know it’s tough, but you will make it.

    3. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    * The drugs affected his mental health.
    * The effects of hard drugs are unbearable.

    4. TO VS TOO
    * I am traveling to the United Kingdom tomorrow.
    * I am in the UK, Emeka will be joining me, and you too.

    5. WHO VS THAT
    * Who owns the luggage at the balcony?
    * I know that you love Chemistry, I can’t just picture you in the sciences.

    6. LOSE VS LOOSE
    * Liverpool will definitely lose the match tonight.
    * I didn’t know the ropes were loosed.

    7. THEN VS THAN
    * John first arrived, and then Peter.
    * I would rather die, than marrying Johnson.

    8. LESS VS FEWER
    * The instagram post had less engagements compared to that of facebook.
    * The rate of teenagers involved in juvenile delinquencies are getting fewer.

    9. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    * There are fences between all the houses.
    * He hid himself among the crowd.

    10. ASSURE VS ENSURE VS INSURE
    * I assure you that the job will be delivered in two hours time.
    * I did my best to ensure John had quality education.

  180. Sunny faithful chidinma says:

    NAME: sunny faithful chidinma
    DEPARTMENT: journalism and media studies
    1.WHO vs THAT
    *Jennifer hinted that she would be late for class.
    *I wonder who started that rumor.
    2.WHOM vs WHOSE
    *She isn’t sure whose car that is
    *Many people dislike the new chairman whom we have elected.
    3.INSURE vs ENSURE
    *I found a company that will insure my car for less that I have been praying
    *To ensure I don’t have to pay additional fees.
    4.FEWER vs LESS
    *Favour drinks less wine than she used to
    *She gets fewer workout than he does.
    5.THEN vs THAT
    *No one could have been more private than jephter
    *Finish your homework and then you can watch TV
    6.TO vs TOO
    * He, too, wrote a book
    *It’s time to have your cake and eat it.
    7.LOOSE vs LOSE
    *The rope was tied in a loose knot
    *If we don’t score soon, we’ll lose the match
    8.ITS vs IT’S
    *Its going to be a fabulous night
    *It’s been a nice day
    9.AFFECT vs EFFECT
    *The cold weather affected the crops.
    *Computer have had a huge effect on our lives
    10.INTO vs IN To
    *Her words put courage into every heart.
    *He gave in to his desire to buy a sports car

  181. Orisa Winner Chinonye says:

    Name: Orisa Winner Chinonye
    Matric Number: De.2021/9445
    Department: Public Relations And Advertising

    1) To VS Too
    To- I want to go home.
    Too- She eats too much.

    2) Your VS you’re
    a) Where is your mother?
    b) You’re the most beautiful girl in the class.

    3)Affect VS Effect
    a) Affect- Taking too much drugs can affect your body system.
    b) Effect- One of the side effect of tramadol is mental illness.

    4)Then VS Than
    a) Then- if you need help, then ask me.
    b)Than- The new refrigerator is bigger than the old one.

    5)Lose VS Loose
    a) Lose- I don’t want to lose my phone.
    b) Loose- The rope felt slightly loose.

    6) Its VS It’s
    a) Its- The cat licked it’s paw.
    b) it’s- According to weather forecast, it’s going to rain today.

    7) Less VS Fewer
    a)Less- It takes less than 30 minutes to drive from Mile 3 to iwofe.
    b) Fewer- Fewer people write with their left hand than with their right hand.

    8) Between VS Among
    a) Between- That is the only difference between the both of them.
    b) Among- They had no idea a criminal lived among them.

    9) Who VS That
    a) Who- who won the race?
    b)That- That is the colour of gown I want.

    10) i.e VS e.g
    a) i.e- She is an advertiser i.e she advertises goods and services.
    b) e.g- I enjoy all genres of music e.g Rock music, pop music and hip hop music

  182. Name: Gilbert Nnenna Victoria
    Department: journalism and media studies
    Matric number: De.2021/6828
    1. Yours vs You’re
    *. I hope to have a love like yours some day
    *. You’re one step ahead of me
    2. Then vs Than
    *. Finish your homework, then you can watch TV
    *. I like cake better than pie
    3. To vs Too
    *. We’re going to Liverpool next week
    *. This shirt is way too big for me.
    4. Affect vs Effect
    *. It would affect my daughter greatly, sir, if she heard it.
    *. Computers have had a huge effect on our lives.
    5. Its vs it’s
    *. The sun was so bright,its rays blinded me.
    *. It’s happened to all of us.
    6. Lose vs loose
    *. Hold my hand; I don’t want to lose you.
    *. Wear loose clothes as they’re more comfortable.
    7. Ie vs eg
    *. “Only one city, i.e , London, has hosted the summer Olympics three times.
    *. “I love stone fruits, e.g, peaches, plums and cherries.
    8. Who vs That
    *. “That’s the girl who scored the goal.
    *. Vivian hinted that she would be late for class.
    9. Less vs fewer
    *. We need less talk and more work.
    *. Justin has fewer fishing lures than jack does.
    10. Whom vs whose
    *. Whom would you rather have as a boss?
    *. Whose birthday is it today?.

  183. WISDOM OKON JAMES says:

    NAME: WISDOM OKON JAMES
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9456
    DEPT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    1) They’re vs their vs there
    a) They’re two best friends.
    b) The plate I broke was their own.
    c) I went looking for them at the shop but they were not there.

    2) Your vs you’re
    a) What is your name.
    b) You’re welcome to service.

    3) Its vs it’s
    a) the cup broke on its own.
    b) It’s raining heavily.

    4) Affect vs effect
    a) His schedule could Affect the meeting arrangements.
    b) The effect of the drugs on him was too much.

    5) To vs too
    a) I want to eat.
    b) the car is too fast.

    6) Who vs whom vs whose vs who’s
    a) Who was knocking.
    b) To whom it may concern.
    c) Whose watch is that.
    d) Who’s her mother.

    7) Assure vs insure vs ensure
    a) I assure you that you won’t regret this.
    b) I will insure my property as required by law
    c) Ensure you are in the house before the they arrive.

    8) Between vs among
    a) She was among the kidnappers.
    b) He sat between Joy and George.

    9) Less vs fewer
    a) I was told to eat fewer cookies
    b) I think the bike is less useful.

    10) i.e vs e.g
    a) I don’t like walking home late, i.e., after 8.00pm.
    b) I like eating pastries e.g., Meat pie or Sandwich.

  184. Tamunoipirinye Godwin Eugenia says:

    1
    They vs They’re
    (a)I bet they’re leaving their best life there in America.
    (b)they’re good friends actually and I hope their friendship lasts longer, now look over there.
    2
    Your vs You’re
    (a)your best friend is as beautiful as you’re.
    (b)your dress is beautiful, you’re an amazing person.
    3
    It vs it’s
    (a)it hasn’t been easy, although, it’s been a year since the last time they met.
    (b)its been raining for a week and now it’s starting to snow.
    4
    Brand
    (a)they no longer brand their cattle.
    (b)the store sell a variety of shoe brands.
    5
    Possessive noun
    (a)Don’t touch the cat’s toy.
    (b) I don’t steal people’s ideas.
    6
    Affect vs Effect
    (a)The cold weather affected the crops.
    (b) The experience has had a bad effect on him.
    7
    To vs Too
    (a)we are going to the market square.
    (b)she too, is a catholic an.
    8
    I.e vs e.g
    (a)we had our special food last week I.e fried rice.
    (b)we all went for healthy exercise e.g running
    and jogging .
    9
    Who vs That
    (a)precious is the one who kept it there.
    (b)That is the ball over there.
    10
    Between vs Among
    (a)she divided the fruits among the five children.
    (b) the ball was hidden among the trees.

  185. Jaja Felicia Victor says:

    NAME: JAJA FELICIA VICTOR
    MAT NUMBER: DE.2021/6758
    DEPARTMENT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING STUDIES

    1. They’re vs. Their vs. There
    a. They’re going home.
    b. Look over there, I can see their books.

    2. Your vs. You’re
    a. I need your help.
    b. You’re the only one that can do this.

    3. Its vs. It’s
    a. The kitten is small and its eyes are so cute.
    b. It’s so nice meeting you again.

    4. Possessive nouns
    a. The Peters’ welcomed a baby last week.
    b. The dog’s puppies grew so fast.

    5. Affect vs. Effect
    a. Don’t do that! It’ll affect the surgery.
    b. You’re laughing? The effect of overdosing is nothing to laugh about!

    6. Who vs. That
    a. Who is there?
    b. Are you sure that pencil belongs to you?

    7. To vs. Too
    a. I want to go home.
    b. He loves me and I love him too.

    8. i.e vs. e.g
    a. The three colours, i.e, red, blue, and green are the only primary ones.
    b. There are so many colours, e.g, brown, black, white, etc.

    9. A lot vs. Allot
    a. Chikwe has a lot of money.
    b. He decided to allot 100,000 naira for an orphanage development.

    10. Lose vs. Loose
    a. How did you lose Sandra’s money?
    b. I want to loose my braids next week.

  186. KOROHAM EMMANUELLA CHIDINDU says:

    NAME: KOROHAM EMMANUELLA CHIDINDU
    October 9, 2022 at 9:17pm
    MATRIC NUMBER: DE.2021/9482
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    1. THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    ✓ There seems to be some mistakes with the identities.
    ✓ Their father has been diagnosed with prostrate cancer.
    2. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    ✓ Your result didn’t turn out good last semester.
    ✓ You’re very lucky that the bank accepted your proposal.
    3. TO VS TOO
    ✓ I have lots of meetings to attend.
    ✓ I’m not too sure about the idea, let’s have a rethink.
    4. WHO VS THAT
    ✓ Who told you to cancel the classes for the week.
    ✓ I am convinced that she has no hand in the robbery.
    5. LOSE VS LOOSE
    ✓ Once you lose the contest, you will no longer be allowed to participate.
    ✓ The car had a loose tyre.
    6. THEN VS THAN
    ✓ Though my marriage with Briggs didn’t work out, I was happier then.
    ✓ I am way taller than every girl in my circles
    7. WHO VS WHOM VS WHOSE VS WHO’S
    ✓ To whom where you referring to about the court case.
    ✓ Whose child is this?
    8. ITS VS IT’S
    ✓ I always judge a book by its cover.
    ✓ It’s past your bedtime.
    9. ALOT VS A LOT VS ALLOT
    ✓ We have been going through a lot lately because of the divorce.
    ✓ Diana consumes alot of food and water.
    10. POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    ✓ I bashed my mom’s car earlier today.
    ✓ Our neighbour’s party woke me up.

  187. Attoni Bianca Williams says:

    Name: Attoni Bianca Williams
    Department:Cinematography And Broadcasting
    1) Between Vs Among
    a)He stood between his mother and his father
    b)The diseases spread quickly among the members of the community
    2)Affect Vs Effect
    a)Nothing you can say will affect my decision
    b)Cold weather can have an extreme effect on crop
    3)To Vs Too
    a) They are going to the beach with us
    b) Do you think we’re arriving too soon
    4)Its Vs It’s
    a)My oak tree loses its leaves in autumn
    b)It’s been a nice day
    5)Your Vs You’re
    a)Your presence at the table is very much appreciated
    b)You’re going to be late
    6)Who Vs That
    a)Who prepares the text in the the president speech
    b)The girl that we met in France has sent us a card
    7)Then Vs Than
    a)The car sputtered once or twice then stopped
    b)The pain of the mind is worse than the pain of the body
    8)Lose Vs Loose
    a)Did you lose your homework
    b)My trousers are loose
    9)Less Vs Fewer
    a)Jeff drinks less alcohol than John
    b)I have fewer pairs of shoes than I used to have
    10) Use Of Commas
    a)I bought apples, oranges, bananas and pineapple
    b)My brother has curly hair, green eyes and a silly laugh

  188. Dickson Rose Friday says:

    Name: Dickson Rose Friday
    Matrix no: DE.2021/9529
    Department: Public Relations and advertising
    (1) THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    (a) They’re planning to go on vacation in November.
    (b) If anyone calls, ask for their number so I can call them back.
    (C) I hope we get there in time.
    (2) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    (a) They were deeply affected by the news of her death.
    (b) Modern farming methods can have adverse effect on the environment.
    (3) TO VS TOO
    (a) Her childhood was spend traveling from place to place.
    (b) Is it too much to ask for a little quiet?
    (4) WHO VS THAT
    (a) Who are you phoning?
    (b) Where’s the letter that came yesterday?
    (5) WHO VS WHOM VS WHOSE VS WHO’S
    ,(a) The people who called yesterday want to buy the house.
    (b) The author whom you criticized in your review has written a reply.
    (C) He’s a man whose opinion l respect.
    (d) Who’s responsible for producing all this rubbish?
    (6) LOSE VS LOOSE
    (a) you will lose your deposit if you cancel the order.
    (b) She usually wears her hair loose.
    (7) THEN VS THAN
    (a) Life was harder then because neither of us had a job.
    (b) you should know better than to behave like that.
    (8) ASSURE VS INSURE VS ENSURE
    (a) you think I did it deliberately, but I assure you that I did not.
    (b) The painting is insured for $1 million Dollars
    (C) Please ensure to shut the door.
    (9) LESS VS FEWER
    (a) The victory was nothing less than a miracle.
    (b) There are no fewer than 100 different species in the area.
    (10) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    (a) Switzerland lies between France, Germany, Australia and Italy.
    (b) He was among the last to leave.

  189. Gibson Soibi Second says:

    Soibi Gibson Second
    1a.Your -let’s meet tomorrow at your convenience.
    b.You’re -you’re a student of Rivers State University.
    2a.Its -the plant is in its pot
    b.It’s -it’s a nice car
    3a.Affect-how does one’s personally affect success on the job
    b.Effect-did his retirement have any effect on his family.
    4a.Lose-i don’t want to lose my home
    b.Loose-james wore loose cloths.
    5a.Then-run to the river then jump in.
    b.Than-faith is smarter than john.
    6a.Less-the victory was nothing less than a miracle.
    b.Fewer-fewer women wear hats these days.
    7a.Between-what is the difference between hate and disdain?
    b.Among-mummy said that you should share these sweets among ourselves.
    8a.Into-i am going into the bar to have a drink.
    b.In To-i am going in to have a drink.
    9a.To-she gave the money to her parents.
    b.Too-that boy is too funny.
    10a.I.e.-the US. States on the west coast have favourable climates (i.e warm winters and summers).
    b.e.g.-Asia is a large continent containing many large nations (e.g China, Russia, India).

  190. NAME: NDAH PRAYER
    DEPARTMENT: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION STUDIES
    MATRICULATION NUMBER: De.2021/5187

    1. Yours Vs. You’re
    (a) I have your answer’s with me.
    (b) I hope you’re eating properly.
    2. They’re Vs. Their Vs. There
    (a) They’re doing better.
    (b) She went to their house.
    3. Its Vs.it’s
    (a) The cat ate its food.
    (b) I don’t think it’s a good idea to go out.
    4. Affect Vs. Effect
    (a) The speech made an effect on her.
    (b) Your diet affect your health.
    5. To Vs. Too
    (a) I deserve to know the truth.
    (b) she behaves like you too.
    6. Less Vs. Fewer
    (a) Four is less than eight.
    (b) The fewer the audience, the best the show.
    7. Into Vs. In to
    (a) I dropped in to say hello.
    (b) She sorted all her files into separate files.
    8. Lose Vs. Loose
    (a) I hate to lose.
    (b) She will loose her hair.
    9. I.E Vs. E.G
    (a) He prefers rice to beans I.e he likes rice than beans.
    (b) We have fruits in the store e.g Mangoes, Oranges, Paw Paw etc.
    10. Between Vs. Among
    (a) The shoe is between the bags.
    (b) He’s among the bakers.

  191. Chuku Stephanie chibueyim says:

    Name: Chuku Stephanie chibueyim
    Department: Development and communication studies
    Matric no: De: 2021/6659

    1)They’re vs Their vs There
    a) Do you know if they’re going to school today .
    b) That’s their class.
    2)Your vs You’re
    a) I like your bag.
    b) You’re a very nice boy.
    3) Affect vs Effect
    a) Bad government and economy affect the citizens of the country .
    b) These are the effect of smoking.
    4) To vs Too
    a) I want to buy a new shoe.
    b) I ate too much of shawarma yesterday.
    5) Who vs That
    a) Who took my pen.
    b) That girl is nice .
    6) Allot vs A lot
    a) I need allot of clothes and money .
    b) There were a lot of people in church today .
    7) Then vs Than
    a) Back then, he was living in Lagos .
    b) He rather stay in than go out .
    8) Its vs It’s
    a) The dog finished its food .
    b) I don’t think it’s a good idea to lie .
    9) Between vs Among
    a) The competition is between Joshua and Caleb .
    b) I sat among the other students .
    10) Lose vs Loose
    a)I don’t want to lose my job .
    b) Your clothes are getting loose.

  192. Samuel Favour says:

    NAME: Samuel Favour
    MATRIC NO:DE.2021/9486.
    1. They’re vs Their vs There
    a. They’re highly welcome to the party
    They’re here for the money , so give it to
    them.
    b. Their car was damaged badly.
    Their salary was delayed due to the issues
    in the bank.
    c. There are so many churches spread
    throughout Agip.
    There is the spot were the man was
    murdered.
    2.Possesive Nouns.
    a. The stydent’s bag is blue not red.
    b. Teachers’ are the real superheroes .
    3.To vs Too.
    a.Mother said she would go to the market
    early , because she doesn’t want to be
    delayed in traffic.
    You have to love your family, if not who
    else would.
    b. They, too, were impressed with her art
    work.
    You got too attached to him, therefore you
    ended up taking your education for
    granted.
    4. Lose vs Loose.
    a. Anita was warned, that she would lose her husband if she doesn’t change her gossip attitude.
    Who told you have to lose christ to find
    whealth.
    b.He was instructed to loose the boat.
    Loose the rope it’s tight.
    5 . Use of Commas.
    a. If only i am given a chance to explain myself, i would have been able to change his mind.
    b. Your mind is like a magnet , when you think positively, you attract positive things.
    6. Who vs. Whom vs. Whose vs. Who’s.
    a. Who is she talking with?
    who will you marry?
    b. Whose car did you steal this time.
    Whose child did you exchange with
    mine.
    c. The man whom you said stole your car has been arrested.
    And when Jesus was baptised , a dove from heaven rested on his head , with a voice saying “this is my beloved son with whom i am well pleased”.
    7. Into vs. In to
    a. She has moved into his apartment
    No one goes into that house and comes out alive.
    b. In this organisation we don’t take challenges likely, this was addressed to the new employee.
    In all things, we give glory to God.
    8. Who vs. That.
    a. Who is her sponsor?
    Who changed the position of the remote
    b. That car requires a new car spray.
    The rumour was that the house down the street is haunted.
    9 . Affect vs Effect
    a. The doctor described the effect of the drug, to be an assuring one .
    The effect of child abuse , has not done any good to the society today.
    b. The accident affected her spinal cord.
    Your greed has affected your glory.
    10. Between vs Among
    a. Sobu had to choose between Ovie and Chimize
    She chose Dr. Sarah Chidebere Joe ,after been told to choose between her and Dr. Stella Chinyere Eyindah .
    b.” Samuel is not among my choice of Friends” , the girl commented.
    Among all food production industries, Golden penny still stands out as the best .

  193. CORNELIUS RUTH BARIWEREMELOO says:

    NAME: CORNELIUS RUTH BARIWEREMELOO
    DEPT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MAT. NO: DE.2021/9527

    1: TO
    Don’t go to the neighbour’s room
    TOO
    It’s too late to apologize

    2: YOUR
    What is it by your time?
    YOU’RE
    You’re working way too much.

    3: AFFECT
    The distance affects our relationship
    EFFECT
    The student was ordered to the lecturer’s office with immediate effect.

    4: WHO
    Who stole in the market yesterday?
    THAT
    That boy is evil.

    5: THEY’RE
    They’re planning to go on a vacation by the end of the semester.
    THERE
    There shall be showers of blessing

    6: LOSE
    You will lose everything if you back out now.
    LOOSE
    The knot went loose

    7: BETWEEN
    HE stood between his parents
    AMONG
    Who is the Judah among us?

    8: ITS
    The bee is always with its honey
    IT’S
    It’s hard to tell the difference of the identical twin

    9: ASSURE
    I assure you total victory
    INSURE
    I want to insure my properties in your company

    10: THEN
    I was the best pupil in my class back then in primary school.
    THAN
    Sandra is better than Blessing in business.

  194. Name: Nwala Belief Sobulachi

    Matric No: DE.2021/6831

    Dept: Journalism and Media Studies

    1. To vs Too
    a. To my horror, the doughnut slid the my fingers and hit the floor.
    b. They, Too, are as intelligent as Christabel

    2. I.e vs E.g
    a. She’s a Hoosier, I.e, she’s from Indiana.
    b. I love stone fruits, E.g, peaches, plums and cherries.

    3. Who vs That
    a. Who is your favorite lecturer?
    b. That pen on the table belongs to Ifeoma.

    4. Alot vs A lot vs Allot
    a. A lot of activities were carried out during the SUG week.
    b. The newspaper will Allot a full page to each of the three candidates.

    5. Into vs In To
    a. Don’t come into my room without knocking.
    b. After you log In To your profile, you can review your results.

    6. Affect vs Effect
    a. Pollution in the air Affects our health
    b. She turned off the lights for maximum Effect

    7. Lose vs Loose
    a. She began to Lose her influence in the class.
    b. She can’t keep a secret. She has Loose lips.

    8. Then vs Than
    a. Favour said something and Then walked ahead.
    b. Better late Than never.

    9. Between vs Among
    a. A canal flowed Between two rows of houses.
    b. Distribute this grant Among Journalism students.

    10. Your vs You’re.
    a. What happened to Your hair?
    b. You’re not supposed to use your phone while lectures are going on.

  195. Longjohn Victor Amaso says:

    Longjohn Victor Amaso
    Cinematography and broadcasting
    Communication and media studies
    DE2021/6760

    (1)THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    a— I’m not sure they’re with the result
    b—Their won’t be any meeting today
    c—I will be there even if it rains

    (2)YOU vs YOU’RE
    a—You will be given a gift if you attend the wedding
    b—You will be rewarded if you re punctual

    (3)ITS vs IT’S
    a—The cat ate its meal
    b—It’s my birthday

    (4)AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a—Smoking will affect your lungs
    b—The team talk had an effect on the players

    (5)TO vs TOO
    a—Before eating you will have to pray
    b—The phone is too expensive

    (6)WHO vs THAT
    a—I think he was the one who stole my phone
    b—Look at that boy over there

    (7)LOSE vs LOOSE
    a—They will lose the match if they don’t train
    b—Don’t loose the rope if you don’t want the chicken to run away

    (8)THEN vs THAN
    a—Things were rough back then
    b-David plays football better than James

    (9)LESS vs FEWER
    a—The rally was less useful than I expected
    b—Fewer graduates are employed these days

    (10)BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a—The secret should be kept between us
    b—The orange was shared among the children

  196. Joseph Lawrence Biebelemowei says:

    NAME: Joseph Lawrence Biebelemowei
    MAT. NO.: DE.2021/6820
    DEPARTMENT: Journalism And Media Studies

    1. They’re vs. Their vs. There
    a. Their vehicle broke down on the highway
    b. There are lots of cars in the parking lot

    2. Your vs. You’re
    a. Your dad is a fraudster
    b. You’re not in any way going to win this election

    3. Its vs. It’s
    a. I’ve got a dog, its tail color is white
    b. I feel like it’s a whole lotta work to explain myself to people

    4. To vs. Too
    a. I’m too focused to be distracted
    b. She told me ‘I love you too’.

    5. Who vs. Whom vs. Whose vs. Who’s
    a. Who is your father?
    b. Whom do you call when in need?

    6. Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure
    a. I had to insure my house in case of an accident
    b. Ensure the completion of the project

    7. Semicolon
    a. I need Jesus always; It’s a wicked world out there.
    b. In the presence of God there’s liberty; I’m going to church right now

    8. Between vs. Among
    a. I had to choose between the two cars
    b. I can say she’s the best among them

    9. Possessive Nouns
    a. The shoe is mine.
    b. Her gown is longer than yours.

    10. A lot vs. Allot
    a. She likes to laugh a lot.
    b. I need allot of fluid in my body

  197. Misongo Tarilatei Ayebapreye says:

    MISONGO TARILATEI AYEBAPREYE
    PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    De.2021/9455

    (1) THEY’RE VS. THERE
    a) THEY’RE going to the market to get some foodstuffs.
    b) THERE will be a board meeting tomorrow.

    (2) YOUR VS. YOU’RE
    a) YOUR artwork is beautiful.
    b) YOU’RE a very nice person.

    (3) ITS VS. IT’S
    a) The dog and ITS puppies are doing fine.
    b) IT’S a very beautiful thing to have supportive friends.

    (4) TO VS. TOO
    a) I am going TO the mall.
    b) Your intake of sugar is TOO much.

    (5) I.E VS. E.G
    a) Flourish is claustrophobic I.E. she is scared of being closed in a confined space.
    b) Wild animals (E.G snakes, wolves) are dangerous.

    (6) WHOSE VS. WHO’S
    a) He doesn’t know WHOSE dog keeps digging a hole in his backyard.
    b) WHO’S the owner of the black bag on the table.

    (7) INTO VS. IN TO
    a) She walked INTO the office dressed like a clown.
    b) Vanessa went IN TO get the drinks for the party.

    (8) LOSE VS. LOOSE
    a) Jeremiah said he doesn’t want to LOSE the bond he has with Jane.
    b) He wore a LOOSE clothing to church.

    (9) THEN VS. THAN
    a) Prices of goods were lower THEN when Goodluck Jonathan was president.
    b) I would rather stay in THAN go out.

    (10) USE OF COMMAS
    a) I got cream, biscuits, perfume and soft drinks for my mum.
    b) Favour, Ruth, Jane and Christy were all present when the accident happened.

    • Deborah promise Gbeneage says:

      1)Jeff drinks less alcohol than he use to.
      She gets in fewer workout than he does.
      2)who is paying for this?
      That didn’t sound very nice.
      3)it’s great when you smile.
      The airline canceled its early flight to New York.
      4) Don’t forget your manners.
      Once you’re finished with reading go to bed.
      5) They’re pregnant for the same man.
      Why don’t you put her on the bed in their room?
      6) Know the link between smoking and respiratory diseases eg, lung cancer.
      I got in trouble for getting home so late,i.e., after curfew.
      7) it’s not too late to change your mind.
      I’m going to bed early.
      8) share these sweets among yourselves.
      What is the difference between hate and disdain?
      9) I would rather have chicken for lunch than fish.
      If Lizzy is going to be at the party,then I am not going.
      10) The girl decided to loose all the kangaroos from the zoo.
      Try not to lose your temper when they say rude things about you.

    • Amadi Favour begbum says:

      AMADI FAVOUR BEGBUM
      CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING

      1) Use of commas
      a) I ate bread, butter and tea.
      b) I went to the store to buy biscuit, milk, eggs and juice.
      2) To vs Too
      a)The food is too much.
      b)I want to go to the cinema to watch a movie.
      3) They’re vs There
      a) They’re going to be at the party tomorrow.
      b) Going to the party was their idea.
      4) Who vs Whom
      a) Who took the bag that was on the table?
      b) The meeting was disrupted by the woman, whom many consider to be disrespectful.
      5) Assure vs Insure
      a) We assure you that we won’t fail you.
      b) I am looking for a company that will insure my house for less than I’ve been paying.
      6) Less vs Fewer
      a) The company needs less talk and more work.
      b) Fewer than ten children live at the apartment across the road.
      7) Your vs You’re
      a) Your sister looks beautiful today.
      b) You’re a very brave boy.
      8) Its vs It’s
      a) The cat lost its kittens
      b) It’s a privilege to be in the presence of the governor.
      9) Alot vs Allot
      a) Alot of things are happening.
      b) The governor will allot a huge sum of money to any school that wins the competition
      10) Possessive nouns
      a) The students’ exam timetable is finally out.
      b) This is Favour’s bag.

  198. Enwukwe Eziwene Gideon says:

    NAME: ENWUKWE EZIWENE GIDEON
    DEPT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MATRIC NO.: DE. 2021/9450

    YOUR
    Your LV bag is very stylish.
    I do not doubt your word in the least.
    YOU’RE
    You’re in a very tough spot right now.
    You’re my only friend.

    ITS
    The bird is in its cage.
    A computer can update its drive.
    IT’S
    It’s going to be a fabulous night.
    It’s always fun to go the park.

    AFFECT
    The medicine will affect your eyes for some time.
    Winning the competition will affect Jon’s academics.
    EFFECT
    The sunburn was an effect of the sun.
    We have to give the changes time to take effect.

    TO
    Michael is expected to win the race.
    It’s only a few weeks to our exams.
    TOO
    The references given in the study were too obvious.
    Too much information passing through our brain can cloud our judgement.

    i.e
    After resting, I’d go over to the arena i.e The Ziggo Dome
    I like citrus fruits, i.e, the juicy fruits with leathery rinds
    e.g.
    Some places haven’t been affected (e.g. Lagos, Kwara and Ibadan).
    The Olympics is comprised of different sports (e.g. swimming, tennis etc).

    WHO
    Daniel is the one who rescued the cat.
    The members of the board who voted against the move have been kicked out.
    THAT
    There is no mother that would allow her child cross the street alone.
    She belongs to an organization that specializes in saving endangered species.

    INTO
    Felicia neatly sorted all her files into separately labeled folders.
    Put the cat into his carrier.
    IN TO
    I dropped in to say hello.
    Please log in to the school’s website to see your results.

    LOSE
    Put your money in your pocket or you will lose it.
    I lose an hour every day due to traffic.
    LOOSE
    Some of the shingles on the roof were loose.
    The rope was tied in a loose knot.

    THEN
    Things were cheaper back then.
    I poured a glass of juice then sat down to eat.
    THAN
    I will call you no later than 7pm.
    The company needs a good accountant now more than ever.

    USE OF COMMAS
    The cat was cute, so I wanted to take it home.
    While cooking, I added carrots, vegetables, onions and pepper.

  199. Vincent Crystalbel chiyemkem says:

    Vincent Crystalbel chiyemkem
    Department: journalism and media studies
    Mat no:DE:2021/6842

    They re Vs There
    * They are siblings from same parents
    * There are some yams in the basket
    Your Vs You’re
    * Your dress is beautiful
    * You ‘re a pain in the ass
    3. Its Vs it’s
    * A spider can repair its web
    * It’s going to be a fabulous night
    4. Affect Vs Effect
    * Did the fire outbreak affect your house
    * Snake bite have hazardous effect on humans
    5. To Vs Too
    * Are you going to the super market ?
    * I ate too much of cakes yesterday
    6. Who Vs That
    * Who is our head of department
    * That hair belongs to my mother
    7 Assure Vs insure
    * I Assure you of a safe flight tomorrow
    * I Will Insure the house after payment
    8. Between Vs Among
    * Share the drinks between them
    * Among the girls, who is the most beautiful
    9. Lose Vs loose
    * Chelsea will lose the game to Manchester United
    * I will loose my braids tomorrow
    10. Less Vs fewer
    * My income is less than ten thousand naira a month
    * There are fewer persons in class today.

  200. Sunny faithful chidinma says:

    NAME: sunny faithful chidinma
    DEPARTMENT: journalism and media studies
    1.WHO vs THAT
    *Jennifer hinted that she would be late for class.
    *I wonder who started that rumor.
    2.WHOM vs WHOSE
    *She isn’t sure whose car that is
    *Many people dislike the new chairman whom we have elected.
    3.INSURE vs ENSURE
    *I found a company that will insure my car for less that I have been praying
    *To ensure I don’t have to pay additional fees.
    4.FEWER vs LESS
    *Favour drinks less wine than she used to
    *She gets fewer workout than he does.
    5.THEN vs THAT
    *No one could have been more private than jephter
    *Finish your homework and then you can watch TV
    6.TO vs TOO
    * He, too, wrote a book
    *It’s time to have your cake and eat it.
    7.LOOSE vs LOSE
    *The rope was tied in a loose knot
    *If we don’t score soon, we’ll lose the match
    8.ITS vs IT’S
    *Its going to be a fabulous night
    *It’s been a nice day
    9.AFFECT vs EFFECT
    *The cold weather affected the crops.
    *Computer have had a huge effect on our lives
    10.INTO vs IN To
    *Her words put courage into every heart.
    *He gave in to his desire to buy a sports car

  201. Stephen Grace Oluwadamilola says:

    Name: Stephen Grace Oluwadamilola
    Matric number: DE.2021/6670
    Department: Development Communication Studies

    Then vs. Than
    Than- He likes doughnuts more than I like doughnuts.
    Then- First I went to the store, and then I got gas.

    Into vs. In to
    Into- The children jumped into the lake for a swim.
    In to – He turned his paper in to the teacher.

    Your vs. You’re
    Your- What is your name?
    You’re – You’re my best friend!

    Its vs. It’s
    It’s- It’s a nice day.
    Its- This cheese is past its expiration date.

    They’re vs. Their vs. There
    There- There are two cats.
    Their- Their car is red.
    They’re- They’re running late but should arrive soon.

    Between vs. Among
    Among- My house is among the houses that burnt down.
    Between- There was a cyclist between the car and the lorry.

    Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure
    Insure- We insured our house against fire and flood damage.
    Ensure- I will do my best to ensure that such mistakes do not occur in future.
    Assure- I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed.

    Affect vs. Effect
    Affect- The cold weather affected the crop.
    Effect- The drug had a negative effect on me.

    Less vs. Fewer
    Fewer- John has fewer fishing lures than Jack does.
    Less- We wear less clothing in hot weather.

    To vs. Too
    To- Are we going to the restaurant?
    Too- It’s too hot.

  202. Enwukwe Eziwene Gideon says:

    ENWUKWE EZIWENE GIDEON
    DE. 2021/9450
    PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    Your
    Your LV bag is very stylish.
    I do not doubt your word in the least. You’re
    You’re in a very touchy spot right now.
    You’re my only friend.

    Its
    The bird is in its cage.
    A computer can update its drive.
    It’s
    It’s going to be a fabulous night.
    It’s always fun going to the park.

    Affect
    The medicine will affect your eyes for some time.
    Winning the competition will affect John’s academics.
    Effect
    The sunburn was an effect of the sun.
    We have to give the changes time to take effect.

    To
    Michael is expected to win the race.
    It’s only few weeks to our exams.
    Too
    The references given in the study were too obvious.
    Too much information passing through our mind could cloud our judgment.

    i.e
    After resting, I’d go over to the arena i.e, The Ziggo Dome
    I like citrus fruits, i.e, the juicy fruits with leathery rinds.
    e.g.
    Some places haven’t been affected (e.g., Lagos, Kwara and Ibadan).
    The Olympics is comprised of different sports (e.g., swimming, tennis etc).

    Who
    Daniel is the one who rescued the cat.
    The members of the Board who voted against the move have been kicked out.
    That
    There is no mother that would allow her child cross the street alone.
    She belongs to an organization that specializes in saving endangered species.

    Into
    Felicia neatly sorted all her files into seperately labeled folders.
    Put the cat into his carrier.
    In to
    I dropped in to say hello.
    Please log in to the school’s website to see your results.

    Lose
    Put your money in your pocket or you will lose it.
    Loose
    Some of the shingles in the roof were loose.
    The rope was tied in a loose knot.

    Then
    Things were cheaper back then.
    I poured a glass of juice then sat down to eat.
    Than
    I will call you no later than 7pm.
    The company needs a good accountant now more than ever.

    Use of Commas
    The cat was cute, so I wanted tot take it home with me.
    While cooking, I added carrots, onions, pepper and vegetables.

  203. Tuburu Princess Ebikpogba says:

    Name: Tuburu Princess Ebikpogba
    Department: Development Communication Studies.

    1 Your vs You’re
    a) Can I borrow your ruler?
    b) You’re looking beautiful today.

    2) Its vs it’s
    a) The dog wiggling its tail is the cutest thing you’ll see today.
    b) It’s going to rain in the next few minutes.

    3) To vs Too
    a) Are you going to the market?
    b) The food is too hot allow it to cool down.

    4) They’re vs their vs there
    a) They’re engaged.
    b) Their house is opposite the church.
    c) There is a statue in front of the white house.

    5) Affect vs Effect
    a) Smoking too much will affect your lungs.
    b) His words had an effect on her.

    6) Who vs that
    a) Who is at the door
    b) That color book belongs to Kelvin

    7) Between vs Among
    a) You have to read between the lines
    b) The children shared the biscuits among themselves

    8) Then vs Than
    a) You should then avoid too much sugar as it causes diabetes.
    b) Kenny is taller than her elder sister.

    9) less vs fewer
    a) I have less than 25 kobo in my account.
    b) He worked fewer hours than I did.

    10) Who vs whom vs whose vs who’s
    a) Who has this bonnet on the table
    b) To whom did you give the book and pen.
    c) Whose side are you on
    d) Who’s going to the supermarket with you

  204. Birabil winner letura says:

    Name:Birabil Winner Letura
    Dept: public relations and advertising
    Mat.no:De.2021/9476

    1.Semicolon
    a. Call me tomorrow ;you can give me an answer then.
    b. We have paid our dues;we expect all the privileges listed in the contract.
    2.Less vs Fewer
    a. There is less cheese on this plate
    b. Fewer than five children live in this apartment
    3.Lose vs Loose
    a. You will lose all the fear once you do it
    b. She left her dog loose in the house
    4.To vs Too
    a. The kind gestures brought me to tears
    b. She is fast and strong too
    5.Who vs That
    a. Anya is the one who rescued the bird
    b. The teacher suggested that we finish our homework
    6.Between vs Among
    a. There are fences between all the houses
    b. The house is nestled among trees
    7.Your vs You’re
    a. Your dog is lovely
    b. You’re my best friend
    8.Affect vs Effect
    a. The music can affect him positively
    b. The changes has an immediate effect
    9.Posssive nouns
    a. A dog’s bone
    be. A man’s jacket
    10.Commas
    a.Divine,Gloria and Comfort are my friends
    b. I’ll buy some bread, eggs and yam when coming.

  205. Ugboke Osarema Gabriel says:

    Name: Ugboke Osarema Gabriel
    Mat No: De.2021/6802
    Faculty: Communication & Media Studies
    Department: Journalism & Media Studies

    1. THEY’RE VS. THEIR VS THERE
    a) WRONG; Their coming.
    RIGHT;. They’re coming.
    b) WRONG; I left my shoes their
    RIGHT; I left my shoes there

    2. YOUR VS. YOU’RE
    a) WRONG; Your bringing it .
    RIGHT; You’re bringing it.
    b). WRONG; Your awake.
    RIGHT; You’re awake.

    3. ITS VS. IT’S
    a). WRONG; Its mine
    RIGHT: It’s mine
    b). WRONG;. Its coming
    Right; It’s coming

    4. TO VS TOO
    a). Wrong; He is to hot tempared.
    Right; He is too hot tempered.
    b). Wrong; She talks to much.
    Right; She talks too much.

    5. USE OF COMMAS
    a).Wrong; I will buy rice beans and garri.
    Right; I will buy rice, beans, and garri.
    b). Wrong; He was here earlier I guess he just left.
    Right; He was here earlier, I guess he just left.

    6. INTO VS IN TO
    a). Wrong; He comes in to the room sometimes
    Right; He comes into the room Sometimes.
    b). Wrong; bob walked Into meet us.
    Right; Bob walked in to meet us.

    7. LOSE VS LOOSE
    a). Wrong; it’s stressful to lose braids.
    Right; It’s stressful to loose braids.
    b). Wrong; Do you think Jane would loose the keys again?
    Right; Do you think Jane would lose the key again?

    8. ALOT VS A LOT VS ALLOT
    a). Wrong; I talk to her alot.
    Right; I talk to her a lot.
    b). Wrong; She visits me allot.
    Right; She visits me a lot.

    9. WHO VS THAT
    a). Wrong; “Emeka was the one that brought the goat.
    Right; Emeka was the one who brought the goat.
    b). Stephanie was the one that said it.
    Right; Stephanie was the one who said it.

    10. WHO VS. WHOM VS WHOSE VS WHOS
    a). Wrong; Whose coming?
    Right; who’s coming?
    b). Wrong; who are we waiting for ?
    Right; whom are we waiting for?

  206. Matric No; DE.2021/6711
    Department ; Developement and communication studies
    1: To vs Too
    I want to sleep(To)
    I love sleep too much(Too)
    2: Less vs Fewer
    There are fewer people here(Fewer)
    You have less than five letters(less)
    3: It’s vs its
    It’s happening over there(it’s)
    The dogs hates its children(its)
    4: Between vs Among
    What’s going on between them(between)
    She’s among that group (Among)
    5: Then vs Than
    What happened then was a mistake(then)
    I’m better than you(than)
    6: i.e vs e.g
    LOL i.e laughing out loud(I.e)
    I hate animals e.g Dogs(e.g)
    7: Lose vs Loose
    I don’t want to lose this bet(lose)
    The rope is loose (loose)
    8: Affect vs Effect
    It doesn’t affect me in any way(affect)
    There’s an effect to every drug(affect)
    9: Whose vs who’s
    Whose bag is this ?(whose)
    Who’s going with me?(who’s)
    10: your vs you’re
    Take your belonging (your)
    You’re taking your stuff?(you’re)

  207. Columbus Melody Ohuenene says:

    1) THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    a) They’re running late to the party.
    b) The house over there is their house.

    2) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a) Your Head of Department, Dr Sarah was an international scholar.
    b) You’re wealthy now.

    3) ITS vs IT’S
    a) The dog ate its food.
    b) I don’t think it’s a good idea to do this.

    4) AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a) Winning the SUG Elections will affect Miracle Anele’s academic performance too.
    b) Chiburoma’s big win had an effect on his confidence level.

    5) TO vs TOO
    a) Chiburoma gave the flowers to his mother.
    b) The computer is too expensive for me.

    6) i.e vs e.g
    a) Chibaby has only one hobby i.e politicking.
    b) Dr. Sarah saw many kinds of students in the classroom e.g the overly serious, the easily distracted, the always playful, the “Ma, I don’t understand” etc.

    7) WHO vs THAT
    a) I met a woman who can speak Yoruba.
    b) What’s the name of the man that lives next door

    8) A LOT vs ALLOT
    a) Chibaby always wears a lot of cologne when he goes out on dates.
    b) Chiburoma will be allotted fifteen minutes to speak at the SRC conference.

    9) INTO vs IN TO
    a) I dropped in to say hello.
    b) Glory sorted all his files into separate envelopes.

    10) LOSE vs LOOSE
    a) I don’t want to lose my job.
    b) Oghenegare, Oghenetejiri Blessing wore loose clothe

  208. IROBODO HAPPINESS says:

    Name: IROBODO HAPPINESS
    Dept: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION
    Mat No: DE 2021/6684

    1) They’re vs their vs there
    a) They’re two best friends.
    b) I was at their house last night.
    c) I told Amaka not to go there.

    2) Your vs you’re
    a) Your book is on the table.
    b) You’re welcome to our house.

    3) Its vs it’s
    a) The plate broke on its own
    b) It’s raining heavily.

    4) Affect vs effect
    a) His ailment will Affect his work at the office.
    b) The drugs had an effect on him.

    5) To vs too
    a) Amaka went to bed early yesterday.
    b) She is too brilliant, so she will win the prize.

    6) Who vs whom vs whose vs who’s
    a) Who is at the door.
    b) To whom it may concern.
    c) Whose phone is that.
    d) Who’s her father.

    7) Assure vs insure vs ensure
    a) I assure you that I have been honest on the money I spent.
    b) I will insure my car as required by law
    c) Ensure you are in the classroom before the lecture starts.

    8) Between vs among
    a) She sat among the Mass Communication Students.
    b) He sat between Allen and Melissa.

    9) Less vs fewer
    a) Amaka was told to eat fewer cookies
    b) Could you please give less milk to Ryan next time.

    10) i.e vs e.g
    a) I do not like taking dinner late, i.e., after 6.00pm.
    b) I don’t like eating seafood e.g., shrimps or crabs.

  209. Jephter Samuel says:

    Name: Jephter Samuel Mgboawaji
    Department: Journalism and Media Studies
    Matric No: De.2021/9950

    1. Its vs It’s
    a) I think by now the biscuits should have quite surpassed “its” expiry date.
    b) It’s my pen.

    2. Your vs You’re
    a) It’s that “your” bag.
    b) You’re quite pretty.

    3. Less vs Fewer
    a) I think it would be better if u talk “less” in this meeting.
    b) I have “fewer” friends than John.

    4. Then vs Than
    a) I had money back “then” in school.
    b) I think I have more pencils “than” you.

    5. Who vs That
    a) “Who” took the notebook?
    b) “That” car belongs to me.

    6. Affect vs Effect
    a) Your pessimistic nature can “affect” those around you.
    b) Drugs always have a side “effect”.

    7. To vs Too
    a) I would love “to” see you.
    b) I would love to see you “too”.

    8. Possessive nouns
    a) That school is an only girls’ school.
    b) Why are you still that girl’s bag?

    9. Lose vs Loose
    a) I can’t afford to “lose” that money.
    b) Your blouse is too “loose”.

    10. Between vs Among
    a) What is happening “between” us, stays with us.
    b). I don’t want to be found “among bad company.

  210. ORLU SOBULACHI VICTORIA says:

    NAME:Orlu Sobulachi Victoria
    DEPARTMENT: Public Relations and Advertising
    MATRIC NO :DE. 2021/ 9471

    1) THEY’RE vs THERE
    i) They’re all wearing a blue dress.
    ii) The lady dropped her keys there.

    2) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    i) Your dress has the most diamond.
    ii) I will come when you’re eating.

    3). ITS vs IT’S
    i) The cock bit its leg unknowingly.
    ii) I tell you, it’s hard to find true love.

    4). TO vs TOO
    i) Shade would want to follow me to the market.
    ii) Bola was too lazy to stand up.

    5) WHO vs THAT
    i) Who will come with me?
    ii) That bracelet belongs to me.

    6) WHOM vs WHO’S
    i) To whom a brain is given, sense is expected.
    ii) Who’s going to the gym with Sarah?

    7). THEN vs THAN
    i) After he kicked him, he then punched him on the face.
    ii) Maudlyn’s dress is better than Miriam’s.

    8). POSSESIVE NOUNS.
    i) The dress’ yellow colour.
    ii) He wore his friend’s T. shirt.

    9) BETWEEN vs AMONG
    i) I sat between Uvie and Sobu.
    ii) They both walked gracefully among the crowd.

    10) INTO vs IN TO
    i) Brianna went into the office.
    ii) Stacy dropped in to say, Hello.

  211. KENNETH BARINUA NWIDAGH says:

    NAME: KENNETH BARINUA NWIDAGH

    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/6815

    1. THEY’RE VS THEIR

    a. They’re: they’re going for shopping

    b. Their: their car broke down on the way to the airport

    2. YOUR VS YOU’RE

    a. Your: your watch looks expensive

    b. You’re: you’re going to be late for the party if you keep eating slow

    3. ITS VS IT’S

    a. Its: the flag is on its pole

    b. It’s: it’s going to be a long day today

    4. EFFECT VS AFFECT

    a. Effect: the effect of drug abuse is alarming

    b. Affect: the weather affected my mood

    5. TO VS TOO

    a. To: I am traveling to Florida next week

    b. Too: the puppy is too cute

    6. I.E VS E.G

    a. I.e: she’s a Hoosier, i.e, she’s from Indiana

    b. E.g: youths in Nigeria participate in various sports e.g football, basketball, racing, tennis and so on

    7. WHO VS THAT

    a. Who: who is she?

    b. That: that dress on the chair is mine

    8. WHO’S VS WHOSE

    a. Who’s: who’s going to the party next weekend?

    b. Whose: whose pen is this?

    9. LOSE VS LOOSE

    a. Lose: ensure you don’t lose my room key

    b. Loose: I prefer wearing loose clothes to bed

    10. BETWEEN VS AMONG

    a. Between: I was told to choose between team A and team B

    b. Among: I was among the students selected for the training

  212. NAME: OPARA FAVOUR OGBONDA
    DEPARTMENT: DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION STUDIES
    MAT NO: DE.2021/6708

    1. INTO VS IN TO
    ✓ My mom came into the room fully prepared for prayers.
    ✓ I asked him to login in to our school website.

    2. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    ✓ The captain divided the money among themselves.
    ✓ The kidnapper made him choose between his mom and dad.

    3. LOSE VS LOOSE
    ✓ He can’t afford to loose such a great opportunity.
    ✓ You’re going to lose that if your not careful.

    4. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    ✓ Smoking could affect your lungs so badly.
    ✓ The drugs he took had so many negative effect on his health.

    5. LESS VS FEWER
    ✓ The only real way of losing weight is by eating fewer calories.
    ✓ He was asked to choose a less expensive car.

    6. WHO VS THAT
    ✓ Here is my friend brown, who I met back in college.
    ✓Lets order the drink that Dad loves.

    7. THEIR VS THERE
    ✓ Their flight arrived on time.
    ✓ Our neighbor prepared early for the event so he could get there on time.

    8. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    ✓ Your home looks great.
    ✓ You’re looking astonishing today.

    9. ITS VS IT’S
    ✓ It’s always raining in portharcourt.
    ✓ The faculty replaced its staff adviser ealier today.

    10. WHOM VS WHOSE
    ✓ This is my cousin, whom you met at our house the other day.
    ✓ This is Bryan whose dad attended the same high school with me.

  213. Queen Williams says:

    Matric no De: 2021/6817
    Department: journalism and media studies
    1. Your vs you’re
    a. Your father asked me to look for you
    b. You’re working way too much
    2 its vs it’s
    a. The flag is on its pole
    b. It’s always raining
    3. To vs too
    a. Am going to bed
    b. The rate of corruption is too much
    4. Who vs that
    a. I need to know who makes the final decision
    b. Gavin hinted that she would be late for class
    5. Affect vs effect
    a. Smoking tobacco can affect your lungs
    b. So a poor diet can eventually have an effect on your hair condition
    6.ie vs eg
    a. My brother and I like music ( ie, listening to classic rock)
    b. The summer olympics is composed of a variety of sports ( e.g swimming, and tennis )
    7. Into vs in to
    a. She came into the room
    b. He went in to get something for his mom
    8. Less vs fewer
    a. We need less talk, and more work
    b. Mary has fewer fishing lures than jack
    9. Lose vs loose
    a. She has spent hours at the gym trying to lose weight
    b. Wear loose clothes as they are more comfortable
    10. Between vs among
    a. He stood between his mom and his dad
    b. The ball was hidden among the leaves

  214. Ceylon Prosper says:

    NAME:    CEYLON PROSPER
    DEPT:     CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING STUDIES
    LEVEL:   100

    1: THEY’RE
    *  They’re the best at what they do.
        THEIR
    *  Their reasons are not genuine.

    2: YOUR
    *   I like your wrist watch.
        YOU’RE
    *  You’re very selfish.

    3: ITS
    *  The snake eats its kind.
        IT’S
    *  It’s my time to shine.

    4: AFFECT
    *  What you do affects me.
        EFFECT
    *  The drugs had effect on me.

    5: TO
    *   Try to pass the exam
        TOO
    Too many people were at the party yesterday.

    6: WHO
    *  Who fought in the market yesterday?
        THAT
    *  That man is wicked.

    7:  WHOM
    *   To Whom it may concern.
         WHOSE
    *   Whose land are you cultivating on?

    8:  LOSE
    *   Arsenal will lose to Man U.
         LOOSE
    *    Please be careful not to let the dog loose.

    9: LESS
    *  The supply is less than the demand.
        FEWER
    *  The turn up at the party is fewer than what I expected.

    10: BETWEEN
    *    It’s over between us
         AMONG
    *   Is he among the beneficiaries?

  215. KENNETH BARINUA NWIDAGH says:

    NAME: KENNETH BARINUA NWIDAGH
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/6815

    1. THEY’RE VS THEIR:
    a. They’re – They’re going shopping
    b. Their – Their car broke down on the way to the airport

    2. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a. Your – your watch looks expensive
    b. You’re – You’re going to be late for the party if you keep eating slow

    3. ITS VS IT’S
    a. Its – The flag is on its pole
    b. It’s – It’s going to be a long day today

    4. EFFECT VS AFFECT
    a. Effect – The effect of drug abuse is alarming
    b. Affect – The weather affected my mood

    5. TO VS TOO
    a. To – I am traveling to Florida next week
    b. Too – The puppy is too cute

    6. I.E VS E.G
    a. I.e – she’s a Hoosier, i.e, she’s from Indiana
    b. E.g – Youths in Nigeria are involved with so many sports e.g football, basketball, racing and so on

    7. WHO VS THAT
    a. Who – who is she?
    b. That – that dress on the chair is mine

    8. WHO’S VS WHOSE
    a. Who’s – who’s going to the party next week?
    b. Whose – whose pen is this?

    9. LOSE VS LOOSE
    a. Lose – You must not lose this key
    b. Loose – I prefer wearing loose clothes to bed

    10. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a. Between – I was told to choose between team A and team B
    b. Among – I was among those selected for the training

  216. NAME : MADUABUCHUKWU BLESSING IFUNANYA
    DEPT : PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9466
    LEVEL : 100

    1) YOUR
    * Your sister is beautiful.
    YOU’RE
    * I can’t say if You’re going to be successful or not .

    2) ITS
    * The plant is in Its pot.
    IT’S
    * If you fail,it’s your business.

    3) THEY’RE
    * Do you know if they’re going to buy a new house?
    THEIR
    * I didn’t know that it was their cat.

    4) AFFECT
    * Poor reading culture will affect your CGPA
    EFFECT
    * The movie had a negative effect on me.

    5) WHOM
    * To whom it may concern
    WHOSE
    * Whose car is this?

    6) TO
    * Don’t fail to do the needful
    TOO
    * She’s too lazy for my liken.

    7) LOSE
    * James wants to watch the game in person even though his team is likely to lose.
    LOOSE
    * Please be careful not to let the dog loose.

    8) LESS
    * I have less than an hour to do this work
    FEWER
    * Fewer than thirty students are suffering from malaria.

    9) BETWEEN
    * There were sparks between them from the start.
    AMONG
    * They shared the money among themselves.

    10) WHO
    * Who was with you at the party?
    THAT
    * That book is mine.

  217. Ibitoru Grace-Wealth Hart says:

    Name: Hart Ibitoru Grace-Wealth Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting Matriculation Number: DE.2021/6731
    1.) Who vs That
    a. Who is there?
    b. That is my book

    2.) Lose vs Loose
    a. Make sure you keep an eye on the bag so we don’t lose it.
    b. The screw is loose.

    3.) Then vs Than
    a. Chidera is taller than Chiamaka.
    b. Things were more affordable then.

    4.) i.e vs e.g.
    a. He is a vegan i.e. he doesn’t consume animal product.
    b. She went to the saloon and to get hair stuff e.g. shampoo, conditioner, detangler, etc.

    5.) To vs Too
    a.) I told Olive to study.
    b.) He, too, is a Virgo.

    6.) Affect vs Effect
    a. Consider the effects of your actions, Beulah. b.The wreck affected everyone on the ship.

    7.) Its vs It’s
    a. It’s difficult to believe.
    b. The food has list its taste.

    8.) Your vs You’re
    a. Your dress is lovely.
    b.You’re unique .

    9.) They’re vs Their
    a. They’re part of the family now.
    b. Their portion of the land us the largest.

    10.) Whose vs Who’s
    a. Who’s at the door?
    b. Whose bag is this?

  218. Brown Lilian Rankins says:

    Brown Lilian Rankins
    Department of Journalism and media studies
    MAT NO:DE.2021/6791

    (1)They’re vs Their
    ~They’re planning to host Lilian’s birthday party.
    ~Their dog is always barking.
    (2)You’re vs Your
    ~You’re a very nice girl.
    ~Your friend is wicked.
    (3)Affect vs Effect
    ~The weather will affect my travel plans.
    ~The special effect in movies today are aided by computers.
    (4)To vs Too
    ~I have my cold to him.
    ~I love you too.
    (5)Who vs That
    ~Who took my phone?
    ~Victor hinted that he would be late for class.
    (6)Whom vs Whose
    ~Stella saw the faces whom she loved at her birthday celebration.
    ~Lilian works with that other chap whose name I can’t remember.
    (7)Assure Vs Ensure
    ~I assure you success.
    ~Ensure to do your assignment.
    (8)Lose vs Loose
    ~Sonia was able to lose 30 pounds.
    ~Don’t wear loose pants while riding bicycle.
    (9)Use of comma
    ~I bought parfait,shawarma,pizza and ice cream for you.
    (10)Between vs Among
    ~She stood between her mother and her father.
    ~The house is nestled among the trees.

  219. Ceylon Prosper says:

    *   Too many people were at the party yesterday.

    6: WHO
    *  Who fought in the market yesterday?
        THAT
    *  That man is wicked.

    7:  WHOM
    *   To Whom it may concern.
         WHOSE
    *   Whose land are you cultivating on?

    8:  LOSE
    *   Arsenal will lose to Man U.
         LOOSE
    *    Please be careful not to let the dog loose.

    9: LESS
    *  The supply is less than the demand.
        FEWER
    *  The turn up at the party is fewer than what I expected.

    10: BETWEEN
    *    It’s over between us
         AMONG
    *   Is he among the beneficiaries?

  220. Ibitoru Grace-Wealth Hart says:

    Name: Hart Ibitoru Grace-Wealth
    Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting
    Matriculation Number: DE.2021/6731
    1.) Who vs That
    a. Who is there?
    b. That is my book

    2.) Lose vs Loose
    a. Make sure you keep an eye on the bag so we don’t lose it.
    b. The screw is loose.

    3.) Then vs Than
    a. Chidera is taller than Chiamaka.
    b. Things were more affordable then.

    4.) i.e vs e.g.
    a. He is a vegan i.e. he doesn’t consume animal product.
    b. She went to the saloon and to get hair stuff e.g. shampoo, conditioner, detangler, etc.

    5.) To vs Too
    a.) I told Olive to study.
    b.) He, too, is a Virgo.

    6.) Affect vs Effect
    a. Consider the effects of your actions, Beulah.
    b.The wreck affected everyone on the ship.

    7.) Its vs It’s
    a. It’s difficult to believe
    b. The food has list its taste.

    8.) Your vs You’re
    a. Your dress is lovely
    b.You’re unique

    9.) They’re vs Their
    a. They’re part of the family now.
    b. Their portion of the land us the largest

    10.) Whose vs Who’s
    a. Who’s at the door?
    b. Whose bag is this?

  221. Monday success labatam says:

    Monday success labatam
    Journalism and media studies
    De.2021/6801

    1a. Its
    The sun was so bright, its rays blinded me.
    b. It’s
    It’s your right to refuse the promotion.

    2a. Your
    Thanks for your explanation.
    b. You’re
    You’re my best sister.

    3a. Affect
    The cold weather affected the crops.
    b. Effect
    His sunburn was an effect of exposure to the sun.

    4a. To
    Do you want to come with us?
    b. Too
    I’m too tired to work home.

    5a. I.e
    After work, I’ll walk over to that new sports arena, I.e thunderome.
    b. E.g
    The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports (e.g gymnastics, swimming and tennis)

    6a. Who
    Jack is the one who wants to go.
    b.That
    After that, he became a recluse.

    7a.Into
    She jumped into the pool.
    b. In to
    She brought me in to train for the job.

    8a. Lose
    You can lose your wallet or something.
    b. Loose
    Wear loose clothes as they’re more comfortable

    9a.Then
    I ate a burger then went to bed.
    b. Than
    James has less than six days until his vacation.

    10a. Between
    There were sparks between them from the start.
    b. Among
    Among all of the cities in Texas, Houston is the most vibrant.

  222. 1 Effect vs affect
    a The rain had an effect on my traveling plan
    b The construction will affect traffic in the area
    2 To vs Too
    a We paid for your meal to show our appreciation
    b The cloth is too expensive
    3 Its vs It’s
    a it’s been a year since last time we met
    b The hotel where I work raised its price
    4 Who vs That
    a Who was in the house when grandma came in
    b She told her sister that she was sad
    5 Lose vs Loose
    a I hope I don’t lose him
    b One of the screw is loose
    6 Your vs You’re
    a What is your name
    b Is that what you’re wearing to office party
    7 Between vs among
    a Between beauty and blessing who is the finest
    b Grace was among the people that dance in the party
    8 A lot vs Allot
    a My kids sister said she has a lot of friends
    b The resident at the meeting requested that we allot more money to the building project
    9 There vs Their
    a Their car was destroyed because of the accident
    b I don’t want to go there because the place is too cold
    10 Then vs Than
    a If my car doesn’t start, then I will be in trouble
    b I am older than my brother

  223. Lucky Peace Tamunotonye says:

    Name: Lucky Peace Tamunotonye
    Department: Public Relations and Advertising
    Matric: DE. 2021/9447

    1. They’re vs. Their vs. There
    E.g
    ~ They’re more dangerous than a python.
    ~ Their turn is yet to come.
    ~ There is no smoke without fire.

    2. Your vs. You’re
    E.g
    ~ Your mum asked me to come pick you up.
    ~ You’re the love of my life.

    3. Its vs. It’s
    E.g
    ~ I did a research on “mosquito bite and its effect on humans”
    ~ It’s not yours to give.

    4. To vs. Too
    E.g
    ~ I will be going to the salon today.
    ~ God loves me too much.

    5. Who vs. Whom vs. Whose vs. Who’s
    E.g
    ~ Who gave the order.
    ~ Please, address the letter to whom it may concern.
    ~ David, check whose phone is ringing, please.
    ~ Who’s the best amongst Peter and Paul.

    6. Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure
    E.g
    ~ I can’t assure you of his safety here
    ~ How do I insure my property?
    ~ Please, ensure you come to class early.

    7. Affect vs. Effect
    E.g
    ~ Did the demolition affect your business. ~ Smoking has negative effect on the lungs.

    8. Between vs. Among
    E.g
    ~ Your work should be ready between Monday and Wednesday.
    ~ Among the three major contestants, Peter Obi is the outstanding.

    9. Possessive Nouns
    E.g
    ~ My husband’s friend came looking for him.
    ~ Elan Hub’s platform is one of the best.

    10. A lot vs. Allot
    E.g
    ~ A lot of people are easily discouraged.
    ~ Please, I need allot of water.

  224. Kalu Ezinne Arua says:

    Name: Kalu Ezinne Arua
    Department: Development communication Studies
    1. To Vs Too
    a. Obi goes To church every Sunday
    b. They don’t eat too much
    2. Affect Vs Effect
    a. Smoking tobacco can affect your lungs
    b. His sunburn was an effect of exposure
    to the sun
    3. Who Vs That
    a. Who took my phone?
    b. What is the name of that guy?
    4. I e Vs E.g
    a. Only one city ie, London, has hosted
    the summer Olympic three times
    b. The Olympic is composed of a variety
    of sports e.g swimming, tennis and
    gymnastics.
    5. Assure Vs Insure Vs Ensure
    a. I can assure you that neither of our
    two goal keeper will be leaving.
    b. I will insure my home with additional
    fire extinguisher.
    c. His reputation was enough to ensure
    that he was always welcome.
    6. Possessive Noun
    a. She dropped the baby’s toy
    b. I wore my friend’s cap
    7. Use of commas
    a . The teacher taught maths, english, crk
    and social studies.
    b. She cooked rice, beans and yam.
    8. Semi colon
    a. I have a big assignment to attend to; I
    can’t go out to night.
    b. We have paid our dues; we expect all
    privilege in the contract.
    9. Lose Vs Loose
    a. If you lose your phone, inform the
    ushers about it.
    b. She loose the goat.
    10. Between Vs Among
    a. Between Group A and Group B, who will
    win the race?
    b. Share the food among yourselves.

  225. DE.2021/9951
    David-west Obelem Lovely
    Journalism and media studies

    1) WHO VS THAT
    Who gave you the pen?
    The book was kept on that table

    2) TO VS TOO
    The man was ordered to get rid of the dog
    The groundnut oil in the stew is too much

    3) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    My father requested that you come along with your sister
    You’re very incompetent for the job

    4). THEY’RE VS THEIR
    They’re coming home for weekend
    To qualify, their team needed to have one more point.

    5. ITS V IT’S
    The organization 0laced an advertisement on its new products.
    ‘It’s the whole truth!’ she exclaimed.

    6. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    They were advised not to take drastic decisions that would affect their union.
    The newly enacted policies will take effect from next week.

    7.i.e vs e.g
    We need to reach out to the less privileged; i.e the needy.
    There are so many chores to be carried out at home; e.g. washing plates, sweeping, cleaning.

    8. WHO VS THAT
    Who is it at the gate please?
    That is the route we took to Bisi’s house.

    9. ALOT VS ALLOT
    Alot of people graced the occasion.
    Why don’t you allot a plot of land for him and his family?

    10. THEN VS THAN
    After they arrived, they then held hands to pray before leaving.
    The youngest son is taller than the eldest.

  226. Helena omiete Agala says:

    HELENA OMIETE AGALA
    JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DE/2021/6830
    1. They’re:
    a. They’re new in the country.
    b. They’re are my neighbours.
    Their:
    a. This is their child.
    b. This is their house.
    There
    a. There is moon in the sky.
    b. There is no one like Jesus.
    2. Your:
    a. This is your end.
    b. This is your house.
    You’re:
    a. You’re a liar.
    b. You’re a friend.
    3. It’s:
    a. The spoon is on its tray.
    b. The cat is in its cage.
    It’s:
    a. It’s a goat.
    b. It’s a good day.
    4. Between:
    a. It’s over between us.
    b. Always read between line.
    Among:
    a. “Behold among men”.
    b. Among them stood Clara.
    5. Then:
    a. Finish your meal,then go to bed
    b. Then she told the story to me.
    Than:
    a. He more than a friend to me.
    b. I like you better him.
    6. Who:
    a. Who is the best student?.
    b. Who is your favourite rapper?.
    That:
    a. That is a baseball.
    b. He said that he loves the building.
    7. To:
    a. To forgive is divine.
    b. I went to the market.
    Too:
    a. Too many chocolates aren’t good for your health.
    b. I had too much food.
    8. Affect:
    a. The affect of the drought is bad.
    b. The flood affected us.
    Effect:
    a. I can see the effects of the industrial revolution
    b. There are many effects of disobedience.
    9. Less:
    a. We eat less food during the famine.
    b. Learn to talk less.
    Fewer:
    a. There are fewer slots available.
    b. She has fewer dresses.
    10. Assure:
    a. I assure you will love the new designs.
    b. My dad assured me that I will love the new dress.
    Ensure:
    a. Ensure you’re working hard.
    b. We must take steps to ensure good personal hygiene.

  227. Naadubia Martha Nene says:

    NAME: Naadubia Martha Nene
    FACULTY: Communication and media studies
    DEPARTMENT: Journalism and media studies
    COURSE: Human communication
    Matriculation NO: DE. 2021/6798

    1: Affect vs Effect
    a) The effect of smoking leads to the damage of the lungs.
    b) Over population affects the economy of the country.
    2: Who vs Whom
    a) Who is the maths lecturer.
    b) To whom much is given much is expected.
    3: Assure vs Insure
    a) I assure you that Paul is going to win the medal.
    b) Insure that you wash the dishes.
    4: Who vs That
    a) Who won the debate award last week.
    b) The car must be its.
    5: Its vs It’s
    a) It’s difficult to pass an exam without studying.
    b) Its getting better.
    6: Between vs Among.
    a) Share the orange between the two girls.
    b) Davies is among the girls that won the race.
    7: Lose vs Loose.
    a) Why did you loose the pen.
    b) I want to lose her braids.
    8: Then vs Than.
    a) Emeka is more experienced than I (am).
    b) Then and now are different.
    9: Less vs Fewer.
    a) There are fewer than twenty girls in the class today.
    b) Boma has less than five hundred naira in her account.
    10: Alot vs A lot.
    a) Martha has alot of books.
    b) Martha has a lot of books.

  228. Osi Nkiru Grace says:

    Name: Osi Nkiru Grace
    Dept: Journalism And Media studies
    Mat no: De.2021/6807

    1.Your Vs You’re.
    A. I admire you for your courage.
    B. I think you’re the perfect match for the job.

    2.Less Vs Fewer.
    A. I need to buy a less expensive car.
    B. John has fewer fishing lures than Jack does.

    3.Between Vs Among.
    A. The voters had to decide between the two candidates.
    B. The house is nestled among the trees.

    4.To Vs too.
    A. Her heart was starting to flutter.
    B. He is too childish to hang out with me.

    5.Commas.
    A. My brother loves Vanilla Ice cream, but I prefer Chocolate.
    B. The pet store has cats, dogs, hamsters, fish, and turtles.

    6.Then Vs Than.
    A. The natives saw the airplane then for the first time.
    B. Sadly it came to her much sooner than she expected.

    7.Who Vs What.
    A. He’s the sort of person who only cares about money.
    B. He spoke so well that everybody applauded him for his speech.

    8.Its Vs It’s.
    A. The dog used its mouth to open the door.
    B. It’s a new dawn and i will keep soaring.

    9.Lose Vs Loose.
    A. After the fight, she began to lose her influence in the company.
    B. I prefer wearing loose clothes as they are more comfortable.

    10.Semicolon.
    A. We have paid our dues; we expect all the privileges listed in the contract.
    B. Call me tomorrow; you can give me an answer then.

  229. Emmanuel Gwyneth Ayebawanemi says:

    Emmanuel Gwyneth Ayebawanemi
    De.2021/6668
    Development communication studies

    1) WHO’S/WHOSE
    – Who’s knocking on the door?
    – Whose test script is this?

    2) THERE AND THEIR
    – There are so many people on the train.
    – Their uncle just recently got married.

    3) YOUR/YOU’RE
    – Your bag is right here.
    – You’re a worker at the mall right?

    4) ITS/IT’S
    – The car needed its break parts.
    – It’s a good day for celebration .

    5) LOSE/LOOSE
    – you’re gonna have to lose this game.
    – The knot came loose.

    6) A LOT/ALLOT
    – I’ve known a lot of good people over the years.
    – Each speaker was allotted 15 minutes to address their audience.

    7) USE OF COMMA
    – slow down, educational.
    – Let’s dance,grandma.

    8) ASSURE/ENSURE
    – I assure you, there will be no more casualties in the area.
    – This ticket will ensure you a free passage to all the events today.

    9)POSSESSIVE NOUN
    – God’s blessings maketh rich and addeth no sorrow.
    – All of the dogs’ tails grew back

    10) TO/TOO
    – Go to the basement and get me some stuffs.
    – I love you too.

  230. Dudu Celine Nkajima says:

    NAME: DUDU CELINE NKAJIMA
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    MAT. NO. De.2021/6840
    1) YOUR/YOU’RE
    *YOUR lecturers are rude
    *YOU’RE a wise girl

    2) ITS/IT’S
    * The baby knows ITS mother
    *IT’S a lovely day

    3) AFFECT/ EFFECT
    * The negative EFFECT of pollution
    * Hard drugs AFFECT the kidneys

    4) TO/ TOO
    * I am going TO school
    *He likes it TOO

    5) WHOSE/WHOM
    *WHOSE pen is that?
    *To WHOM it may concern

    6)WHO/THAT
    *WHO is your mom?
    *THAT is my phone

    7)ASSURE/ENSURE
    *I’ll be there; I ASSURE you
    * ENSURE you close the door

    8) LOSE/LOOSE
    *Did you LOSE your wallet again?
    *LOOSE that knot

    9)THEN/THAN
    *I am bigger THAN him
    * We were friends back THEN

    10)THEY’RE /THEIR
    * THEY’RE my neighbors
    *That’s THEIR mop

  231. PEPPLE GRACE OTUTU says:

    Less vs fewer
    1ai.she finished in less time than I did.
    ii.They got here in less than an hour.
    bi.Sara have fewer ingredients than her sister.
    ii.John has fewer fishing lures than Jack.
    Between vs Among
    1ai.The treasure is between the palm tree and hut.
    ii.What is the differences between love and hate?.
    bi.I want to live among like minded people.
    ii. They shared the fruits among themselves.
    Then vs Than
    1ai.First she bought the shoes and then she bought the bag.
    ii. Finish the homework then you can go out and play.
    bi.I like coke better than fanta.
    ii.she would rather eat rice than eat garri.
    Lose vs Loose
    1ai. She will lose her balance if she don’t stand strong.
    ii. He will lose it if he’s not careful.
    bi. The ball popped loose from the shortstop’s glove.
    ii. The nails had been pried loose.
    Into vs In to
    1ai. Put the fruits in the basket.
    ii she was pushed into the pool.
    bi. I dropped in to say hello.
    ii.The side of the shade fum in to provide additional protection.
    Who vs That
    1ai. Who called the rider?.
    ii. Who was there when the police arrived?.
    bi.The bag that has a rose belongs to Anne.
    ii.she can’t run that far.
    Affect vs Effect
    1ai. The drugs she took affected her badly.
    ii. Construction will affect the traffic in this area.
    bi. The law will go into effect this week.
    ii. The second cup of coffee had no effect.
    To vs Too
    1ai. She’s going to get the books from the bookshop.
    ii. She is walking to her house.
    bi.She is fast and strong too.
    ii the sauna is too hot for me.
    It’s vs Its
    1ai. It’s been a nice day.
    ii. It’s important to study before an exam.
    bi. The tree lost its fruits.
    ii. The dog wiggles its tail.
    Your vs You’re
    1ai. Is that your bag?.
    ii. Can you lend me your pen?.
    bi. You’re beautiful.
    ii. You’re right.

  232. Tuburu Princess Ebikpogba says:

    Name: Tuburu Princess Ebikpogba
    Department: Development Communication Studies.

    1 Your vs You’re
    a) Can I borrow your ruler?
    b) You’re looking beautiful today.

    2) Its vs it’s
    a) The dog wiggling its tail is the cutest thing you’ll see today.
    b) It’s going to rain in the next few minutes.

    3) To vs Too
    a) Are you going to the market?
    b) The food is too hot allow it to cool down.

    4) They’re vs their vs there
    a) They’re engaged.
    b) Their house is opposite the church.
    c) There is a statue in front of the white house.

    5) Affect vs Effect
    a) Smoking too much will affect your lungs.
    b) His words had an effect on her.

    6) Who vs that
    a) Who is at the door
    b) That color book belong to Kelvin

    7) Between vs Among
    a) You have to read between the lines
    b) The children shared the biscuits among themselves

    8) Then vs Than
    a) You should then avoid too much sugar as it causes diabetes.
    b) Kenny is taller than her elder sister.

    9) less vs fewer
    a) I have less than 25 kobo in my account.
    b) He worked fewer hours than I did.

    10) Who vs whom vs whose vs who’s
    a) Who has this bonnet on the table
    b) To whom did you give the book and pen.
    c) Whose side are you on
    d) Who’s going to the supermarket with you

  233. 1 Effect vs affect
    a .the rain had an effect on my traveling plan
    b . The construction will affect traffic in the area
    2 to vs too
    a . We paid for your meal to show our appreciation
    b . The cloth is too expensive
    3 it’s vs its
    a. It’s been a year since last time we met
    b . The hotel where I work raised its price
    4 who vs that
    a who was in the house when grandma come in
    b . She told her sister that she was sad
    5. Lose vs loose
    a . I hope that I don’t lose him
    b. One of the screw is loose
    6. Your vs you’re
    a . What is your business with my dress
    b. Is that what you’re wearing to office party?
    7. Between vs among
    a . between beauty and blessings who is the finest?
    b. Grace was among the girls that dance in the party
    8 . A lot vs Allot
    a my kids sister said she has a lot of friends
    b . The resident at the meeting requested that we allot more money to the building project
    9. There vs their
    a . I don’t want to go there because the place is too cold
    b . Their car was destroyed because of the accident
    10 . Then vs than
    a . If my car doesn’t start, then I will be in trouble
    b . I am older than my brother

  234. DAPA PRECIOUS KELECHI
    PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MAT NO:DE.2021/9499

    1) TO VS TOO
    a I went to the market
    b She loves them too
    2) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a) Where is your cloth
    b) You’re pretty
    3) EFFECT VS AFFECT
    a) The surgery had effect on her
    b)
    4) THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    a) They’re few in number
    b) Their bags are beautiful
    c) There are fruits in the garden
    5) LOSE VS LOOSE
    a) There shall be no lose
    b) Precious can’t afford to loose
    6) WHO VS THAT
    a) Who ate her food?
    b) That is the point
    7) ASSURE VS ENSURE
    a) I assure you,I won’t fail the test
    b) I ensure you that the job will be done
    8) THEN VS THAN
    a) He asked me then I replied his question
    b) She prefer to be a house wife than being a working class lady
    9) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a) I stood between my siblings
    b) He was among the students
    10) ITS VS IT’S
    a) We all know it’s difficult but we all passed
    b) The pen was on its own before it was stolen.

  235. HELENA OMIETE AGALA
    JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DE/2021/6830
    1. They’re:
    a. They’re new in the country.
    b. They’re are my neighbours.
    Their:
    a. This is their child.
    b. This is their house.
    There
    a. There is moon in the sky.
    b. There is no one like Jesus.
    2. Your:
    a. This is your end.
    b. This is your house.
    You’re:
    a. You’re a liar.
    b. You’re a friend.
    3. It’s:
    a. The spoon is on its tray.
    b. The cat is in its cage.
    It’s:
    a. It’s a goat.
    b. It’s a good day.
    4. Between:
    a. It’s over between us.
    b. Always read between line.
    Among:
    a. “Behold among men”.
    b. Among them stood Clara.
    5. Then:
    a. Finish your meal,then go to bed
    b. Then she told the story to me.
    Than:
    a. He more than a friend to me.
    b. I like you better him.
    6. Who:
    a. Who is the best student?.
    b. Who is your favourite rapper?.
    That:
    a. That is a baseball.
    b. He said that he loves the building.
    7. To:
    a. To forgive is divine.
    b. I went to the market.
    Too:
    a. Too many chocolates aren’t good for your health.
    b. I had too much food.
    8. Affect:
    a. The affect of the drought is bad.
    b. The flood affected us.
    Effect:
    a. I can see the effects of the industrial revolution
    b. There are many effects of disobedience.
    9. Less:
    a. We eat less food during the famine.
    b. Learn to talk less.
    Fewer:
    a. There are fewer slots available.
    b. She has fewer dresses.
    10. Assure:
    a. I assure you will love the new designs.
    b. My dad assured me that I will love the new dress.
    Ensure:
    a. Ensure you’re working hard.
    b. We must take steps to ensure good personal hygiene.

  236. Lori Toritsesan says:

    1. They’re vs Their vs There
    a. They’re: They’re going to school tomorrow.
    b. Their: Their meeting didn’t hold again.
    c. There: There is a place I can get food to eat.

    2. Your vs You’re
    a: Your: That is your lecturer coming out of his car.
    b. You’re : You’re the girl with the injury on her leg.

    3. Its vs It’s
    a. It’s: That is its preparation date.
    b. It’s: It’s not the correct answer for that question.

    4. Affect vs Effect
    a. Affect: The whole sickness could affect her brain.
    b. Effect: The effect of the drugs were not harsh.

    5. To vs Too
    a. To: He wanted to get a drink.
    b. Too: She, too, also doesn’t like cake.

    6. Who vs That
    a. Who: The man who has a bad leg.
    b. That: Please get me that spoon over the counter.

    7. Into vs In to
    a. Into: The girls went into the church.
    b. In to: She went in to get something for her dad.

    8. Lose vs Loose
    a. Lose : Don’t lose the jewelry.
    b. Loose: Loose your shoe lace.

    9. Less vs Fewer
    a. Less: Let’s start eating less.
    b. Fewer: The rice is lesser than how they brought it.

    10. Between vs Among
    a. Between: The ball rolled between the desk and the wall.
    b. Among: The girls chose among themselves.

  237. PHILIP CARITAS MATRIC no. De.2021/6825 Department: Journalism and Media studies says:

    1. YOUR and YOU’RE
    *Is this your cat?
    *You’re one step ahead of me.
    2. IT’S and ITS
    *The dog was wagging its tail.
    *It’s too early to go out.
    3. AFFECT and EFFECT
    * The effect of the hurricane was a devastated landscape.
    *Your opinion will not affect my decision.
    4. TO and TOO
    *I want to leave.
    *She doesn’t talk too much.
    5. I.E. and E.G
    *The basic essentials of life i.e housing, food and water.
    *Popular pets e.g Cats and Dogs.
    6. WHO and THAT
    *I wonder who that letter was from.
    * Look at that man over there.
    7. INTO and IN TO
    *Come into the house.
    *She brought me in to train for the job.
    8. LOSE and LOOSE
    *To lose your hair.
    *A loose button.
    9. THEN and THAN
    *That incident changed their lives.
    *Things were very different back then.
    10. LESS and FEWER
    *We have Less to worry about now.
    *There seem to be fewer tourists around this year.

  238. DAVID-IHUA EMMANUELLA says:

    DAVID-IHUA EMMANUELLA
    JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DE/20316799
    1. They’re:
    a. They’re leaving for the airport.
    b. They’re are new workers at the spar
    Their:
    a. Their faces changed after the election.
    b. Their church came out with the first position.
    There
    a. There is a lot of work to do at the office
    b. There is enough food for everyone.
    2. Your:
    a. What is your name?.
    b. Your phone is ringing.
    You’re:
    a. You’re a pretty girl.
    b. You’re not a student of River’s state university.
    3. It’s:
    a. The flag is on its pole.
    b. The elephant is in its zoo.
    It’s:
    a. It’s alright.
    b. It’s a nice car.
    4. Between:
    a. There’s a war between the two countries.
    b. There’s a bond between us.
    Among:
    a. The snitch is among us.
    b. The ball was hidden among the leaves.
    5. Then:
    a. Finish your work,and then you can watch TV.
    b. Turn right at the next street,then turn left.
    Than:
    a. Gold is better than silver,so they say l.
    b. I like cakes better than pie
    6. Who:
    a. Who is the best football player?.
    b. Who scored the most goal?.
    That:
    a. That is correct answer to the question.
    b. I expect that he will help us.
    7. To:
    a. To whom it may concern.
    b. I went to the hospital.
    Too:
    a. Too many audience were present at the award show.
    b. I had too much fun today.
    8. Affect:
    a. The erosion will affect the farmers.
    b. The boy had a flat affect condition.
    Effect:
    a. I can feel the effect of the cold.
    b. The earthquake effect is dangerous.
    9. Less:
    a. She finished her exam in less time.
    b. We need less talk and more work.
    Fewer:
    a. Fewer than seven children live in this apartment.
    b. He wears less cloth in hot weather.
    10. Assure:
    a. I can assure that your will love it.
    b. He assured that I won’t be disappointed.
    Ensure:
    a. We are working to ensure the safety of the society.
    b. We must take steps to ensure the growth of the plants.

  239. Macfarlane Enefaa Berembo says:

    NAME: MACFARLANE ENEFAA BEREMBO
    DEPT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MAT NO: DE.2021/9449

    1) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    i. YOUR- Your book is new.
    ii. YOU’RE – I hope you’re going to get the job done by the deadline.

    2) TO VS TOO
    i. TO- We paid for your meal to show our appreciation.
    ii. TOO- The sauna is way too hot for me.

    3) ITS VS IT’S
    i. ITS – A car is no good without its wheels.
    ii. IT’S – It’s been a year since the last time they met.

    4) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    i. AFFECT- Those weather conditions will affect the number of people who’ll come to the county fair.
    ii. EFFECT- We have to give the changes time to take effect.

    5) WHO VS THAT
    i. WHO- The Man who punched the great white shark is on tv.
    ii. THAT- The boy that stole your bike is at the door.

    6) INTO VS IN TO
    i. INTO- The caterpillar changed into a butterfly and left its cocoon behind.
    ii. IN TO- I like to tune in to the classical radio station on Sunday mornings.

    7) LOSE VS LOOSE
    i. LOSE- Put your money in your pocket or you will lose it.
    ii. LOOSE- Ten prisoners have broken loose and are on the run.

    8) THEN VS THAN
    i. THEN- I overslept so then I had to run to get there on time.
    ii. THAN- I am older than my brother

    9) LESS VS FEWER
    i. LESS- Ethan has been at his job for less than five years.
    ii. FEWER- Karen was told to eat fewer cookies.

    10) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    i. BETWEEN- He sat in between Allen and Melissa.
    ii. AMONG- I sat among the other students.

  240. PHILIP CARITAS says:

    1. YOUR and YOU’RE
    *Is this your cat?
    *You’re one step ahead of me.
    2. IT’S and ITS
    *The dog was wagging its tail.
    *It’s too early to go out.
    3. AFFECT and EFFECT
    * The effect of the hurricane was a devastated landscape.
    *Your opinion will not affect my decision.
    4. TO and TOO
    *I want to leave.
    *She doesn’t talk too much.
    5. I.E. and E.G
    *The basic essentials of life i.e housing, food and water.
    *Popular pets e.g Cats and Dogs.
    6. WHO and THAT
    *I wonder who that letter was from.
    * Look at that man over there.
    7. INTO and IN TO
    *Come into the house.
    *She brought me in to train for the job.
    8. LOSE and LOOSE
    *To lose your hair.
    *A loose button.
    9. THEN and THAN
    *That incident changed their lives.
    *Things were very different back then.
    10. LESS and FEWER
    *We have Less to worry about now.
    *There seem to be fewer tourists around this year.

  241. HELENA OMIETE AGALA says:

    HELENA OMIETE AGALA
    JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DE/2021/6830
    ASSIGNMENT:
    1. They’re:
    a. They’re new in the country.
    b. They’re are my neighbours.
    Their:
    a. This is their child.
    b. This is their house.
    There
    a. There is moon in the sky.
    b. There is no one like Jesus.
    2. Your:
    a. This is your end.
    b. This is your house.
    You’re:
    a. You’re a liar.
    b. You’re a friend.
    3. It’s:
    a. The spoon is on its tray.
    b. The cat is in its cage.
    It’s:
    a. It’s a goat.
    b. It’s a good day.
    4. Between:
    a. It’s over between us.
    b. Always read between line.
    Among:
    a. “Behold among men”.
    b. Among them stood Clara.
    5. Then:
    a. Finish your meal,then go to bed
    b. Then she told the story to me.
    Than:
    a. He more than a friend to me.
    b. I like you better him.
    6. Who:
    a. Who is the best student?.
    b. Who is your favourite rapper?.
    That:
    a. That is a baseball.
    b. He said that he loves the building.
    7. To:
    a. To forgive is divine.
    b. I went to the market.
    Too:
    a. Too many chocolates aren’t good for your health.
    b. I had too much food.
    8. Affect:
    a. The affect of the drought is bad.
    b. The flood affected us.
    Effect:
    a. I can see the effects of the industrial revolution
    b. There are many effects of disobedience.
    9. Less:
    a. We eat less food during the famine.
    b. Learn to talk less.
    Fewer:
    a. There are fewer slots available.
    b. She has fewer dresses.
    10. Assure:
    a. I assure you will love the new designs.
    b. My dad assured me that I will love the new dress.
    Ensure:
    a. Ensure you’re working hard.
    b. We must take steps to ensure good personal hygiene.

  242. Ochia Precious Perpetual says:

    Ochia Precious Perpetual
    DE 2021/9519
    Public Relations and Advertising

    1) They’re vs Their
    a) THEY’RE all going to the mall today
    b) THEIR mom is so young

    2) Your vs You’re
    a) YOUR House is very beautiful
    b) YOU’RE so Pretty

    3) Affect vs Effect
    a) Poverty AFFECT both the young and the old
    b) These are the EFFECTS of Poverty in our country

    4) To vs Too
    a) Where are you going TO
    b) I love you too

    5) Who vs That
    a) WHO are you
    b) THAT is a dog

    6) whom vs whose
    a) To WHOM it may concern
    b) WHOSE child are you

    7) Assure vs Ensure
    a) I assure you
    b) Ensure you do your homework before stepping out

    8) lose vs Loose
    a) you just have to lose your soul to gain the whole world
    b) She loose the rope

    9) Use of Comma
    a) However, she’s still her mother’s daughter
    b) You love dogs, Don’t you?

    10) Between vs Among
    a) Your Success is between you and God alone
    b) He was Among the boys who fought

  243. They’re and their
    1. They’re my friends and their houses are just across the street.
    2. Their books are for sale,they’re of no use to them presently

    Affect and effect
    *It doesn’t affect me that we’re not on speaking terms
    *The effect of smoking is lung cancer

    To and too
    To:
    *To err is human
    *Esther, too invested in bitcoin

    Who vs That
    *Esther,who we met yesterday came to my house.
    *That is my bag.

    Lose and Loose
    Lose:
    *Lose my number!
    * She loves a loose top,anytime

    Use of commas
    *Favour, Chris and Toni are friends.
    *Mom asked to buy tomatoes,carrots,pepper,but not curry.

    Assure and Insure
    *I assure you,it’ll be just fine.
    *I insured my home

    Between and among
    *Between Ella and Tems , Tems is the smartest
    *Sarima is the funniest among the friends.

    Into vs in,to
    1. I’m not into stuff like that.
    2. I’m in a vehicle,heading to school.

    Than vs Then
    1.She is more realiable than Tochi
    2. We weren’t friends then,when it had happened

  244. Macfarlane berembo erefaa says:

    Name: Macfarlane berembo erefaa
    Department: cinematography & broadcasting
    Mat no: de.2021/9858

    1) Affect vs effect
    A) smoking tobacco can adversely affect your lungs.
    B) the new law prohibiting texting while driving will go into effect tomorrow.
    2) To vs too
    A) I’m going to the house early.
    B) The food is to hot.
    3) It’s vs it’s
    A) The flag is on its pole.
    B) It’s been a long time since you left the house.
    4) You vs you’re
    A) You are a footballer.
    B) You’re one step ahead of me.
    5) Who vs that
    A) This is the girl who scored the goal.
    B) James hinted that he would be late for the meeting.
    6) Lose vs loose
    A) I don’t want to lose the game.
    B) The rope was tied in a loose knot.
    7) Then vs that
    A) First I went to the stone ,and then I got gas.
    B) I like food more than snacks.
    8) Less vs fewer
    A) We need less talk and more walk.
    B) She gets in fewer workouts than he does.
    9) Between vs among
    A) He stood between his uncle and his aunty.
    B) The house is nestled among the trees.
    10) Assure vs insure vs ensure
    A) I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed.
    B) We insured our house against fire and flood damage.
    C) I will do my best to ensure that such mistakes do not happen again.

  245. Utip Etim says:

    NAME: UTIP ETIM AKAKA
    MAT. NO.: DE.2021/9481
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING

    1. They’re vs. Their vs. There
    ✓ They’re willing to play along.
    ✓ Their vehicle arrived late.
    ✓ There is no excuse for breaking my heart.

    2. Your vs. You’re
    ✓ Your friend is not who he claims to be.
    ✓ You’re not in the right position to discipline him.

    3. Its vs. It’s
    ✓ The test is to be done online and its deadline is on the 10th of October, 2022.
    ✓ It’s not your fault that he could not make it.

    4. To vs. Too
    ✓ I’m off to school
    ✓ Is a car too much to ask of you?

    5. Who vs. Whom vs. Whose vs. Who’s
    ✓ Who took my pen?
    ✓ Whom do I call to get me my keys at the office?
    ✓ Whose turn is it to do the dishes?
    ✓ Who’s in the kitchen?

    6. Assure vs. Insure vs. Ensure
    ✓ Please, accept our sincere apologies Sir, I assure you, it won’t happen again.
    ✓ Most drivers in Nigeria don’t have a clue of what it means to insure their vehicles.
    ✓ Mr. Utip, please, I need you to ensure the completion of my job tomorrow.

    7. Semicolon
    ✓ Utip, I’m coming with you, I can’t let you go alone; It’s dangerous out there.
    ✓ Mr. Etim is at home; I am heading to his house to see him.

    8. Between vs. Among
    ✓ There was no agreement reach between the both of them, yesterday.
    ✓ There will always be a Judas Iscariot among every twelve.

    9. Possessive Nouns
    ✓ My baby’s teddy bear was misplaced, yesterday.
    ✓ Utip’s food is more delicious than yours.

    10. A lot vs. Allot
    ✓ Chiburoma licks sweet a lot.
    ✓ I need allot of money.

  246. Ikechukwu Victoria Godsfavour says:

    Name: Ikechukwu Victoria Godsfavour
    Department: cinematography and broadcasting
    TASK:

    Your vs. You’re
    1)Your dog is lovely
    2) Please ask Jane to post the percel when You’re in London

    Lose vs. Loose
    1) did you Lose track of the time?
    2)the rope was tied in a Loose knot.

    Then vs. Than
    1)back Then, children played outside more often
    2) she was smarter Than you

    Between vs. Among
    1)they are fences Between all the houses
    2)the ball was hidden Among the leaves

    Into vs In To
    1)she came Into the room
    2)I dropped In To say hello

    Who vs. That
    1) the man Who punched the great white shark is on TV.
    2)Anya is the one That rescued the bird

    To vs. Too
    1)mom is going To the store
    2) the soup is Too hot

    Its vs. It’s
    1)a computer can update Its drive
    2) It’s almost Christmas.

    Affect vs. Effect
    1)how does one’s personality Affect success in the job?
    2)his sunburn was an Effect of exposure to the sun

    Less vs. Fewer
    1)I do Less work at weekends than I used to
    2)I have Fewer pairs of shoes than I used to have

  247. Nwala Belief Sobulachi says:

    Name: Nwala Belief Sobulachi
    Course: Human Communication II FCM 128
    Department: Journalism and Media Studies
    Matric number: DE.2021/6831

    TASK
    -To. vs Too
    * TO my horror, the doughnut slid through my fingers and hit the floor
    *They, TOO, are as intelligent as Christabel.

    _ I.e. vs E.g
    * She’s a Hoosier, I.e, she’s from Indiana.
    * I love stone fruits, E.g, peaches, plums and cherries.

    _ Who. vs That
    * Who is your favorite lecturer?
    * That pen on the table belongs to Ifeoma

    – Alot. vs. A lot. vs. Allot
    * A lot of activities were carried out during the SUG week.
    * The newspaper will Allot a full page to each of the three candidates.

    – Into. vs. In To
    * Don’t come Into my room without knocking.
    * After you log In To your profile, you can review your results.

    – Affect. Vs. Effect
    * Pollution in the air Affects our health.
    * She turned off the light for maximum Effect.

    – Lose. Vs. Loose
    * She began to Lose her influence in the class.
    * She can keep a secret. She has Loose lips.

    – Then. Vs. Than
    *Favour said something and Then walked ahead.
    * Better laten Than never

    – Between. Vs. Among
    * A canal flowed Between two rows of houses.
    * Distribute this grant Among Journalism students.

    – Your. Vs. You’re
    * What happened to Your hair?
    * You’re no supposed to use your phone when lectures are going on.

  248. NAME:BOMAONYE AMACHREE DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES MAT NO: DE 2021/9639 says:

    THEY’RE VS THERE
    1) they’re having a problem with their neighbour
    2)there is no space in the car
    IT’S VS ITS
    1) it’s always raining
    2) its front door will open when you’re nearby
    YOUR VS YOU’RE
    1)your dress is really beautiful
    2) you’re an amazing person
    TO VS TOO
    1)she handed the card to her parents
    2) well, don’t get too extravagant
    AFFECT VS EFFECT
    1)how does one’s personality affect success on the job?
    2) the prescribed medication had an effect on the patient’s symptoms
    WHO VS THAT
    1)who has the car
    2)she stole the book that belongs to me
    THEN VS THAN
    1) she has more money than are sister
    2) first I went to the store,and then I got gas
    WHO VS WHOSE
    1)who was the man at the door
    2) John works with that other chap whose name I can’t remember
    A LOT VS ALLOT
    1) SHELLY READS A LOT OF BOOKS DURING HER MORNING COMMUTE
    2) itry to allot $100 from each paycheck for my vacation saving
    LOSE VS LOOSE
    1) my dog escaped from his kennel and is running loose in the street
    2) put your money in your pocket or you will lose it

  249. NAME:BOMAONYE AMACHREE DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES MAT NO: DE 2021/9639 says:

    THEY’RE AND THERE
    1) they’re having a problem with their neighbour
    2)there is no space in the car
    IT’S AND ITS
    1) it’s always raining
    2) its front door will open when you’re nearby
    YOUR AND YOU’RE
    1)your dress is really beautiful
    2) you’re an amazing person
    TO AND TOO
    1)she handed the card to her parents
    2) well, don’t get too extravagant
    AFFECT AND EFFECT
    1)how does one’s personality affect success on the job?
    2) the prescribed medication had an effect on the patient’s symptoms
    WHO AND THAT
    1)who has the car
    2)she stole the book that belongs to me
    THEN AND THAN
    1) she has more money than are sister
    2) first I went to the store,and then I got gas
    WHO AND WHOSE
    1)who was the man at the door
    2) John works with that other chap whose name I can’t remember
    A LOT AND ALLOT
    1) SHELLY READS A LOT OF BOOKS DURING HER MORNING COMMUTE
    2) itry to allot $100 from each paycheck for my vacation saving
    LOSE AND LOOSE
    1) my dog escaped from his kennel and is running loose in the street
    2) put your money in your pocket or you will lose it

  250. Name: Godswill vera osemegbe
    Department: Development and communication studies
    Course: Human communication Il , fcm 128
    Task:
    1. It’s vs It’s
    a) The church had its 30th anniversary today
    b)it’s going to rain heavily tonight
    2.To vs Too
    a) she had to return home when she heard the news about her mom
    b) The shoe is too expensive
    3)i.e vs e.g
    a)chisom has just one hobby i.e singing
    b) we bought alot of things today , e.g rice, garri , sugar, beans etc
    4) Into vs in to
    a) we came into the house together
    b) I went in to get the cars
    5) Your vs You’re
    a) what is your name?
    b) you’re looking gorgeous today
    6)whose vs who’s
    a) who’s bringing the clothes to her?
    b) whose bag is on the floor?
    7) Between vs Among
    a) The quarrel was between mike and Ademola
    b) They were among the singers last night
    8) Then vs Than
    a) Ada looks more intelligent than obinna
    b) Things were cheap back then
    9) They’re vs Their
    a) They’re going to return home tomorrow
    b) Their parents are both rich
    10) who vs That
    a)who put off the fan in the parlor?
    b) That was a thrilling trip .

  251. Achor treasure chisa says:

    Mat.no-DE.2021/6704
    Development communication studies

    1) WHO’S/WHOSE
    Who’s looking for her?
    Whose phone is this?

    2) THERE AND THEIR
    There are so many fishes in the sea.
    Their father just got a brand new car.

    3) YOUR/YOU’RE
    Your book is right here.
    You’re a student of rivers state university right?

    4) ITS/IT’S
    The car needed its break parts.
    It’s a brand new day to celebrate God’s love.

    5) LOSE/LOOSE
    you’re gonna have to lose this to get that.
    The knot came loose.

    6) A LOT/ALLOT
    I’ve known a lot of people,but no one is like mary.
    Each speaker was allotted 15 minutes to address their audience.

    7) USE OF COMMA
    slow down,men at work.
    Let’s eat,grandma.

    8) ASSURE/ENSURE
    I assure you, i will be there.
    This ticket will ensure you get a seat at the event.

    9)POSSESSIVE NOUN
    God’s blessings maketh rich and addeth no sorrow.
    All of the dogs’ tails grew back

    10) TO/TOO
    Go to that department store and buy me a book.
    I love you too.

  252. Macfarlane Enefaa Berembo says:

    NAME: MACFARLANE ENEFAA BEREMBO
    DEPT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MAT NO: DE.2021/9449

    1) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    i. YOUR- Your book is new.
    ii. YOU’RE – I hope you’re going to get the job done by the deadline.

    2) TO VS TOO
    i. TO- We paid for your meal to show our appreciation.
    ii. TOO- The sauna is way too hot for me.

    3) ITS VS IT’S
    i. ITS – A car is no good without its wheels.
    ii. IT’S – It’s been a year since the last time they met.

    4) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    i. AFFECT- Those weather conditions will affect the number of people who’ll come to the county fair.
    ii. EFFECT- We have to give the changes time to take effect.

    5) WHO VS THAT
    i. WHO- The Man who punched the great white shark is on tv.
    ii. THAT- The boy that stole your bike is at the door.

    6) INTO VS IN TO
    i. INTO- The caterpillar changed into a butterfly and left its cocoon behind.
    ii. IN TO- I like to tune in to the classical radio station on Sunday mornings.

    7) LOSE VS LOOSE
    i. LOSE- Put your money in your pocket or you will lose it.
    ii. LOOSE- Ten prisoners have broken loose and are on the run.

    8) THEN VS THAN
    i. THEN- I overslept so then I had to run to get there on time.
    ii. THAN- I am older than my brother

    9) LESS VS FEWER
    i. LESS- Ethan has been at his job for less than five years.
    ii. FEWER- Karen was told to eat fewer cookies.

    10) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    i. BETWEEN- He sat in between Allen and Melissa.
    ii. AMONG- I sat among other students

  253. SMART EMMANUELLA CHIGUSHIME says:

    SMART EMMANUELLA CHIGUSHIME
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/6818
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES.

    1) YOUR VS. YOU’RE
    Your bag is beautiful.
    I think your house is incredible
    b) You’re one step ahead of her
    You’re working way too much.

    2) TO VS. TOO
    Are we going to the restaurant?
    The kind gesture brought me to tears
    b). The sun is way too hot for me
    He, too wrote a book.

    3). LOSE VS. LOOSE
    I don’t want to lose my job
    If you lose your credit card, let the company know immediately.
    b) The handle is loose
    Many wore loose clothes.

    4) LESS VS. FEWER
    Jeff drinks less alcohol than john
    I tend to wear a lot less perfume.
    b) John has fewer fishing lures that Jack does.
    She gets in fewer workouts than he does.

    5). BETWEEN VS. AMONG
    The treasure is between the palm tree and the hut.
    What is the difference between hate, loathing and disdain?.
    b) I want to live among like-minded people.
    Share the sweets among yourselves.

    6). AFFECT VS. EFFECT
    The result of the exam will affect your overall grade.
    Staying up late tonight might affect your performance tomorrow.
    b) The drug’s side effect are unknown.
    Tourism has had a positive effect on the economy.

    7). INTO VS. IN TO.
    She jumped into the pool.
    He dipped his leg into the oil.
    b). He brought me in to train for the job.
    I just checked in to see how everybody was doing.

    8). WHO VS. THAT
    My sister, who lives three miles away is coming over this afternoon.
    The runner who won the race is a cancer survivor.
    b). I want a car that accelerates quickly
    You should take a job that pays the most.

    9) I.E VS. E.G
    The summer olympics is composed of a variety of sports (e.g, gymnastics, swimming and tennis).
    Many genes are involved in neural tube development, e.g, Sonic Hedgehog and the Hox genes.
    b). Only one city, i.e, london, has hosted the summer olympics three times.
    Every genetic student learns the two basic methodologies in the field, i.e forward genetics and reverse genetics.

    10) ASSURE VS. INSURE VS. ENSURE.
    I assure you, i didn’t cheat on the exam
    James assured jane that he would get her a new car.
    b). Barbara got insured after she spoke to her local agent.
    John and Jodi needed to insure their home against flood damage.
    c) Billy was to ensure that the computer was packed safely.
    The dog owner always would ensure the he returned home quickly.

  254. MacNelson Okafor says:

    NAME: Okafor, Macnelson Ikenna
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9516
    DEPT: Public Relations and Advertising

    1) There vs Their
    a) He envied their expensive clothes.
    b) I will soon be there.

    2) Your vs You’re
    a) Your mother is a doctor.
    b) You’re not going to honour their invitation.

    3) Its vs It’s
    a) Your writing, at its best.
    b) It’s been a year since the last time they met.

    4) Affect vs Effect
    a) The medicine will affect your eyesight for at least three hours.
    b) You’ll feel the effect of the medicine in the three hours.

    5) To vs Too
    a) She likes to dance.
    b) They were too scared of the big dogs

    6) i.e vs e.g
    a) Stanley has one hobby i.e Reading.
    b) They’re different kinds of marriages e.g registry marriage, customary marriage, etc

    7) Who vs That
    a) Everybody that went to the party enjoyed it very much.
    b) Who is he?

    8) A lot vs Allot
    a) A lot has been done to curb insecurities in Rivers State.
    b) Five million would be allotted to the committee on welfare support.

    9) Into vs In to
    a) Please log in into our website.
    b) He was brought in to the system.

    10) lose vs loose
    a) I don’t want to lose my ID card.
    b) The handle is loose.

  255. Ekeh Happiness Chinemerem says:

    Department: Development and communication studies

    1. To vs. Too
    a. I want to participate in the relay race.
    b. Not only did I sing but I danced too.

    2. Your vs. You’re
    a. I love your dress.
    b. You’re beautiful just the way you are.

    3. Its vs. It’s
    a. The dog is in its cage.
    b. It’s going to rain today.

    4. Who vs. That
    a. Who was at the door?
    b. The cat ran towards that building.

    5. Into vs. in to
    a. I ran into Femi on my way back.
    b. Ada came in to give a short speech.

    6. They’re vs. Their vs. There
    a. They’re really nice people.
    b. Their horses stays there with them.

    7. Between vs. Among
    a. He regretted sitting between the both of them.
    b. Eze shouted among the crowd.

    8. Lose vs. Loose
    a. He wanted to lose his job anyway.
    b. Ngozi ran to the market with her loose clothes.

    9. Affect vs. Effect
    a. Her rash decisions will affect her later.
    b. The medicine had an effect on her.

    10. Assure vs. Ensure vs. Insure
    a. I assure you, I’ll be there tomorrow.
    b. Ensure you insure them the safety of the industry.

  256. Ogundu Somtochukwu Samuel says:

    Name: OGUNDU SOMTOCHUKWU SAMUEL
    Dept: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    Matric No: DE.2021/9936

    1. YOUR vs. YOU’RE
    a. Washing “your” clothes is necessary.
    b. It’s important you express “you’re” emotions.

    2. ITS vs. IT’S
    a. The cat ate “its” food.
    b. I know “it’s” hard, but you’ll be okay.

    3. AFFECT vs. EFFECT
    a. The young man’s facial expression had a humorous “affect”.
    b. The prescribed medication had an “effect” on the patient’s symptoms.

    4. TO vs. TOO
    a. She handed the card “to” her parents.
    b. The soup is “too” hot.

    5. WHO vs. THAT
    a. The boy “who” stole your bike is at the door.
    b. Kindness is a language “that” the deaf can hear and the blind can see.

    6. INTO vs. IN TO
    a. She came “into” the room.
    b. I just checked “in to” see how everybody was doing.

    7. LOSE vs. LOOSE
    a. If we “lose” this game, we’re out of the championship.
    b. The rope was tied in a “loose” knot.

    8. THEN vs. THAN
    a. First, I went to the store “then” I got gas.
    b. The company needs a good accountant more “than” ever.

    9. LESS vs. FEWER
    a. She finished in “less” time than I did.
    b. David makes “fewer” grammatical mistakes than the average people.

    10. BETWEEN vs. AMONG
    a. The ball rolled “between” the desk and the wall.
    b. She is nervous being “among” famous people.

  257. Ojiji Glory says:

    NAME:Ojiji Glory
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9489
    DEPARTMENT: Public Relations and Advertising
    1. Use of commas
    I.Mrs Mary bought rice,beans,flour, maize and corn in the market .
    II.She added flour,milk,sugar,vanilla and strawberry to the cake.

    2. Lose vs Loose
    I.Her carelessness made her lose the bag.
    II.The door was jammed so we had to loose it.

    3.Allot vs A Lot
    I. The candidate promised to allot 20,000 to the youths if he wins the election.
    II. There were a lot of people in the hall.

    4. Affect vs Effect
    I. Sleeping late can affect one’s eyes.
    II. The medicine started showing its effects after two days.

    5. To vs Too
    I. She wanted to get married but her family was against it.
    II. Too much intake of alcohol can damage the lungs.

    6. Your and You’re
    I. Your money will be doubled if you do your job well.
    II. I don’t know the name of the street you’re going to.

    7. They’re vs Their.
    I. They’re going to the desert tomorrow.
    II. Their salary was not paid by the end of the month.

    8. Who vs That.
    I. She was the one who registered the school.
    II. That house belongs to the governor.

    9. Its vs It’s
    I. The house rent is past its due date.
    II. It’s hard to tell the difference between the twins.

    10.Between vs Among
    I. She sat down between the couple.
    II. The police said Mary was among those who stole.

  258. Ideki Blessing says:

    They’re, their, there
    They’re:
    *they’re calling to find out when you’ll be arriving.
    *I think they’re going to announce the winner soon.
    Their:
    *Their dog is always barking at night.
    *You should stay out of their business.
    There:
    *There are two people in the room right now.
    *Sit down in the purple chair over there.

    2: your, you’re
    Your:
    *your dress is beautiful.
    *I wish I had your energy.
    You’re:
    *I think you’re the perfect man for the job.
    *Make sure you’re healthy before you start training.

    3:its, it’s:
    Its :
    *The frog is too small for its aquarium.
    *The plant is in its pot.
    It’s:
    *I don’t know if it’s his or not.
    *That’s exactly how it’s going to be.

    4:To, Too
    To:
    *Are we going to the restaurant?
    *She handed the card to her father.
    Too:
    *She is fast and strong, too.
    *She has the same car too.

    5:who, whom, whose, who’s
    Who:
    *who is coming with me?
    *who is Sarah to you?
    Whom:
    *Whom should I speak to about setting up the arena?
    *The teacher picked Alexandra , whom he believed is the best.
    Whose:
    *Whose car is parked outside?
    *Whose coat were you wearing?
    Who’s:
    *Who’s going to Kate’s party tonight?
    *The startled woman asked “ who’s out there’s “?

    6:Lose, Loose
    Lose:
    *You have to act as if you are excited to win, not afraid to lose.
    *Akon was afraid he would lose his dog at the park.
    Loose:
    *A single loose screw can cause the entire machine to vibrate.
    *The girl decided to set loose all the lions from the zoo.

    7:Then, than
    Then:
    *Back then, children played outside a lot more.
    *Finish your homework and then, you can watch tv.
    Than:
    *We had eaten more than our share of the cookies.
    *She rather stay in than go out.

    8:A lot, alot, allot
    A lot :
    *We need a lot of ice for the people at the party.
    *It rained a lot yesterday.
    Alot:
    *I need alot of cash in a short amount of time.
    *I’m known in my family for eating noodles alot.
    Allot:
    *We know too little of the facts to allot blame to the either of them.
    *How much time she might, in her own fancy, allot for its dominion is another concern.

    9:Assure, insure, ensure
    Assure:
    *I assure you that she is a skilled teacher.
    *I assure you that I won’t be late.
    Insure :
    *it is very hard to insure my house since the hurricane.
    *Think carefully before you insure against accident and sickness.
    Ensure:
    *keep stirring the fudge to Ensure it doesn’t set.
    *Good wishes alone won’t Ensue peace.

    10:Between, Among
    Between:
    *she was strapped Between two doors.
    *I hid the notes Between two rocks.
    Among:
    *Share these sweets Among yourselves.
    *There is honor among thieves

  259. Ordu Sefina Chigoziri says:

    Matric No: DE.2021/2022
    Department: Public Relationship And Advertising

  260. Praise Sam-George Tochi
    Matric no: De 2021/6808
    Department :Journalism and media studies
    1)Your vs You’re
    a) This is your bag
    b) You’re an intelligent lady
    2) Affect vs Effect
    a)Bad economy affect the citizens of a country
    b)The drugs will have a negative effect on you
    3)To vs Too
    a) I want to go out
    b)The rate of employment is too high
    4) Whose vs Who’s
    a)Whose phone is this?
    b) Who’s with my bag?
    5)Then and Than
    a)They we’re different back then
    b)She sings better than Angel
    6) Between vs Among
    a)The bed is between the two bunks
    b) She’s among the dancer
    7) Its vs it’s
    a)The dog is on its own
    b) It’s her birthday today
    8) Who vs that
    a)Who are you talking to?
    b) She’s convinced that his British
    9) Less vs Fewer
    a) The gadget is less useful than I expected
    b) Fewer graduate are employed these days
    10) Assure vs Insure vs Ensure
    a)I assure you that you’re going to make it in life
    b) I’m going to insure my company at T and T insurance company
    c) Please ensure that the food is not going to get burnt

  261. Tamunoipirinye omubo-pepple says:

    NAME: TAMUNOIPIRINYE OMUBO-PEPPLE
    FACULTY: COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DEPARTMENT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING

    TASK
    1. YOUR VS YOU’RE.
    a. Your man just bought a new car.
    b. You’re smarter than i am.

    2. ITS VS IT’S
    a. It’s going to be a fabulous night.
    b. This pillow is too big for its case.

    3. AFFECT VS EFFECT.
    a. Failing a test can affect someones mood.
    b. Computers have had profound effects on our lives.

    4. TO VS TOO.
    a. To all those who have not done the assignment, meet the lecturer in her office.
    b. You too??

    5. WHO VS THAT.
    a. Who is there??
    b. That was my kid brother on call.

    6. LOSE VS LOOSE.
    a. We managed to lose our pursuers in the forest.
    b. The dog is loose again!.

    7. THEN VS THAT.
    a. That’s a nice shirt, but then, so is the other one.
    b. She is taller than i am.

    8. LESS VS FEWER.
    a. This is a less bad situation than i thought impossible.
    b. Fewer women wear hats these days.

    9. BETWEEN VS AMONG.
    a. John stood between Amy and Mary.
    b. He is among the few who completely understand the subject.

    10. WHOM VS WHOSE.
    a. Whom did you ask?.
    b. whose wallet is this?.

  262. Eleke clara says:

    Name: Clara Eleke Kesiere
    Matric no: DE.2021/9496
    Department: public relations and advertising

    LESS vs. FEWER
    1. Rebecca has less than 10 thousand naira in her account
    2. They had fewer votes than the last time

    I.e vs. e.g
    1. Kesi has just one hobby i.e reading comics
    2. The lecturer observed different behavioral patterns from the students when he starts lecturing e.g “ the playful and unserious ones, the attention seekers, the always yawning ones”.

    WHO vs. THAT
    1. I’ve met a man who sells female clothes
    2. I have a neighbor that understands French

    LOSE vs. LOOSE
    1. Hold my hand I don’t want to lose you
    2.She slipped into a loose tee to be able to run the race freely

    INTO vs. IN TO
    1. I’m not into romantic comedy films
    2. He dropped in to say hello

    AFFECT vs.EFFECT
    1.smoking tobacco can affect your lungs and blood flow
    2. The internet had a huge effect on our lives

    INSURE vs. ENSURE
    1. The court insured Celia a huge sum of amount for damages
    2. I’ll ensure things run smoothly

    A LOT vs. ALLOT
    1. She tends to wear a lot of makeup when going out
    2. He was allotted a plot of land by the government

    BETWEEN vs. AMONG
    1. There was a misunderstanding between chika and stiles
    2. They shared the profit amongst themselves

    YOUR vs. YOU’RE
    1. Is that your shoe in the ditch?
    2. You’re from a rich family

  263. NAME : JACKSON ELIZABETH
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES.
    MATRIC NO:DE.2021/7268
    1.YOURS VS YOU’RE
    a.It is true that “yours”is a good idea, but I am afraid it will be hard to put into practice.
    b.I will tell you when “you’re”ready.
    2.ITS VS IT’S
    a.The elephant is in “its”zoo.
    b.I know “it’s”hard, but take it easy.
    3.POSSESIVE NOUNS
    a.She wore her friend’s dress .
    b.That ball is mine.
    4.AFFECT VS EFFECT
    a.Will the snake bite “affect”the baby in her womb.
    b.What “effect”did the loss have on the team?
    5.WHO VS THAT
    a.The girl “who”took your pen is coming.
    b.The teacher suggested “that”we finish our homework.
    6.INTO VS IN TO
    a.They went “into”the room to talk.
    b.I just came “in to”check if grace is around.
    7.THEN VS THAN
    a.First I’ll eat my food,”then “drink a glass of juice.
    b.My brother is taller”than”you.
    8.LESS VS FEWER
    a.We’ll get there in less than ten minutes.
    b.He was given less cake and”fewer”biscuits than she had.
    9.SEMI COLONS
    a.It was serious, she broke her leg.
    b.It was raining; the game was cancelled.
    10.BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a.There is a fence”between”their house and their neighbours house
    b.They shared the mango “among”themselves

  264. Young Arney gift De-priye says:

    Name: Young Arney Gift De-priye
    Department: Cinematography & broadcasting
    Mat no: DE.2021/6783

    1) THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    a) they’re all going to miss Nigeria.
    b) relay this message to their father.
    c) I will meet you there.

    2) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a) your behaviour was bad.
    b) you’re beautiful.

    3) USE OF COMMA’S
    a) mango, orange, and watermelon are fruits.
    b) rose, hibiscus, and tulip are flowers.

    4) THEN vs THAN
    a) just then he walked in.
    b) I am more beautiful than her.

    5) WHO vs THAT
    a) Who are you?
    b) That is a ball.

    6) AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a) these drugs will affect your health.
    b) she will face the after effect of overfeeding.

    7) INTO vs IN TO
    a) Ade went in to greet his father.
    b) I am going into the office.

    8) TO vs TOO
    a) I told Shola to clean the house.
    b) Too many hands spoils the soup.

    9) ITS vs IT’S
    a) its my party.
    b) it’s on the way.

    10) BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a) it was a fight between two classes.
    b) I was among them.

  265. OBI MIRACLE NMESOMA says:

    NAME:OBI MIRACLE NMESOMA
    DEPT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    MAT NO:DE.2021/4951

    ASSURE AND INSURE
    ASSURE:
    I)I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT YOU WON’T BE DISAPPOINTED AFTER MEETING THE VC.
    II)I’M ASSURED THAT,IF I DO WELL IN MY STUDIES, THEN MY DREAMS OF TRAVELING TO THE UK WILL BE FULFILLED.
    INSURE:
    I) MY DAD INSURED HIS PROPERTIES TO THE INSURANCE COMPANY.
    II)WE INSURED OUR HOUSE AGAINST FIRE AND FLOOD DAMAGE.

    LOSE AND LOOSE
    LOSE:
    I)I REALLY DO NOT WANT TO LOSE MY MUM NOW.
    II)IF WE DON’T STUDY HARD,WE WILL LOSE THE COMPETITION
    LOOSE:
    I)ADA CAN’T KEEP SECRET, SHE HAS A LOOSE LIP
    II)I FIND LOOSE WEARS MORE COMFORTABLE.
    TOO AND TO
    TO:
    I)I’M USED TO GETTING UP EARLY FOR SCHOOL
    II)I WENT TO CHURCH LAST WEEK SUNDAY.
    TOO:
    I)THE RICE IS TOO HOT
    II)THE OFFER WAS TOO GOOD TO REFUSE.
    AFFECT AND EFFECT
    AFFECT:
    I) THIS WEATHER WILL AFFECT LITTLE CHILDREN BADLY
    II) WHAT YOU DO NOW CAN AFFECT YOU TOMORROW
    EFFECT:
    I)THE EFFECT OF DRUG ABUSE ON NIGERIAN YOUTHS IS REALLY ALARMING
    II) THE EFFECT OF SMOKING CIGARETTES CAN BE DEATH OR INSANITY.
    THERE/THEY’RE/THEIR.
    THERE:
    I)THE BOOK YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IS THERE.
    II)THERE WAS A LIGHT RAIN YESTERDAY.
    THEIR:
    I)THE RED HOUSE IS THEIR HOUSE
    II) GOING TO THE LIBRARY WAS THEIR IDEA.
    THEY’RE:
    I) THEY’RE GOING TO SEE THE LECTURER
    II) YOUNG ADULTS ARE ANGRY BECAUSE THEY’RE NOT ALLOWED TO USE THEIR MOBILES NOW.
    YOURS AND YOU’RE
    YOURS:
    I)IS THE BOOK YOURS?
    II)WE TOOK CARE OF OUR KIDS,WHY NOT TAKE CARE OF YOURS.
    YOU’RE:
    I) YOU’RE REALLY WORKING WAY TOO MUCH.
    II) YOU’RE ONE STEP AHEAD OF TIME.

    A LOT AND ALLOT
    A LOT:
    I)I LOVE THE MOVIE A LOT
    II) MY SISTERS LOVES ME A LOT
    ALLOT:
    I)THE MARKETING DEPARTMENT ALLOTTED FIVE PAGES OF ADVERTS TO THE EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT
    II)WE WERE ALLOTED JUST 10MINS FOR OUR PRESENTATION.

    INTO AND IN TO
    INTO:
    I)ADA CAME INTO THE ROOM
    II)I BUMPED INTO HIM YESTERDAY

    IN TO:
    I) COULD YOU PLEASE LOG IN TO YOUR COMPUTER FOR ME?
    II)I’M GOING TO TURN IN TO BED.
    THEN AND THAN
    THEN:
    I)WE USED TO BE BEST OF FRIENDS THEN.
    II) WHENEVER YOU FINISH STUDYING,THEN YOU CAN PLAY.
    THAN:
    I)SHE IS MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN HER SISTER
    II)I AM TALLER THAN GLORY

    BETWEEN AND AMONG
    BETWEEN:
    I) THERE IS A FENCE BETWEEN OUR HOUSE AND THAT OF OUR NEIGHBOR
    II)I STOOD BETWEEN MY MUM AND DAD TO TAKE PICTURES.

    AMONG:
    I)THE HOUSE IS NESTLED AMONG THE TREES
    II)THE BALL WAS HIDDEN AMONG THE LEAVES.

  266. NAME:. WORGU ELIZABETH
    Dept:. Public Relations and Advertising
    Matric no:. De 2021/9495
    Faculty:. Communication and media studies

    1) Your vs. you’re
    I. I love your cooking
    ii. You’re my best friend
    2) Its vs. it’s
    I. The bird flapped its wing
    ii. It’s always nice to see you
    3). Affect vs. Effect
    I. He affects an air of superiority
    ii. The teacher has a positive effect on her students.
    4). To vs. too
    I. Anita went to the market
    ii. I love you too
    5). i.e vs. in to
    I. My sister and I love music ( i.e hip hop music)
    ii. I love soft fruits (e.g banana, oranges)
    6). Who vs. That
    I. Who owns the pen
    ii. That car belongs to me
    7). Into vs.In to
    I. He threw the book into the fire
    ii. I will call in to the radio station
    8). Lose vs. loose
    I. I hate it when I lose
    ii. The gown looks loose on her
    9). Then vs. Than
    I. I’ll eat my rice first, then drink my juice afterwards
    ii. Amina is better than her brother
    10). Less vs. Fewer
    I. She finished in less than five minutes
    ii. Women commit fewer crimes than men

  267. NAME: MATTHEW WESTTA LUCKY
    FACILITY: COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES
    DEPARTMENT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    MATRIC NUMBER: DE.2021/9914

    1. THEIR VS THERE
    a. They fell in love the moment their eyes met.
    b. I hope we get there in time.

    2. YOURS VS YOU’RE
    a. I bought the same shirt as yours.
    b. She will ask you when you’re ready.

    3. POSSESSIVE NOUNS
    a. My car runs great.
    b. The bags is hers.

    4. ALOT VS A LOT
    a. I need to make alot of money in a short amount of time.
    b. I love playing basketball a lot.

    5. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a. She stood between her brother and sister.
    b. I felt inferior among all those students.

    6. WHO’S VS WHOSE
    a. Whose bag does this belongs to.
    b. Who’s coming with me.

    7. LESS VS FEWER
    a. In less than a week I got the job.
    b. John has fewer fishing skills than jack does.

    8. ASSURE VS ENSURE
    a. I assure you everything will be alright.
    b. I will do my best to ensure that such mistake do not occur in the future.

    9. THEN VS THAN
    a. Back then in 2012 things were more cheaper.
    b. Elizabeth is taller than Lucy

    10. TO VS TOO
    a. We are going to the market.
    b. There were too many people in the market.

  268. GOGO FAVOUR JOHN says:

    Name: GOGO FAVOUR JOHN
    Dep. : PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    mat no: DE-2021/9518

    1. Your Vs You’re
    a. Your:- Excuse me, is this YOUR seat?
    b. You’re:- YOU’RE beautiful.

    2. Its vs it’s
    a. it’s:- Where’s your car? IT’S in the garage.
    b. Its:- The bird is in ITS nest.

    3. To vs Too
    a. to:- I walked TO the office.
    b. too:- He’s far TOO young to go on his own.

    4. Who vs That
    a. Who:- I wonder WHO that letter was from.
    b. That:- I was living with my parents at THAT time.

    5. Then vs Than
    a. then:- He drank a glass of whisky, THEN another and THEN another.
    b. than:- There was more whisky in it THAN soda.

    6. Between vs Among
    a. Between:- I sat BETWEEN Joe and Diana.
    b. among:- They strolled AMONG the crowds.

    7. Less vs Fewer
    a. less:- We have LESS to worry about now.
    b. fewer:- FEWER than 20 students passed all the exams.

    8. Assure vs Insure vs Ensure
    a. assure:- She’s perfectly safe, I can ASSURE you.
    b. Insure:- The company can refuse to INSURE a property that does not have window locks.
    c. Ensure:- Please ENSURE (that) all lights are switched off.

    9. Commas
    a. It’s a magazine, especially for children, that tells stories through pictures.
    b. Daniel, Great and Wisdom are coming.

    10. Affect vs Effect
    a. affect:- Your opinion will not AFFECT my decision.
    b. Effect:- Her criticisms had the EFFECT of discouraging him completely.

  269. Alexina Jackson Sonime says:

    NAME : Alexina Jackson Sonime
    DEPARTMENT: Journalism and media studies
    FACULTY: Communication and media studies

    1.) THEY’RE
    a) I told you that they’re all coming home today .
    b) They’re here to watch the game.
    THEIR
    a) She took their money from them.
    b) Let us all go to their house .

    2.) YOURS
    a) Is this yours ?.
    b) The lecturer said you should get yours from his office.
    YOU’RE
    a) I hope you’re going there today.
    b) You’re a very Generous person.

    3) ITS
    a) Each of this communities has its own rules.
    b) The walls have its own designs.
    IT’S
    a) It’s a very big privilege seeing you.
    b) She gave birth, and it’s a boy .

    4) TO
    a) Let’s go to the house together.
    b) Please talk to her for me .
    TOO
    a) Are you also going there too?.
    b) you’re going too far on this issue .

    5) WHO
    a) who are you to ask me that?.
    b) Who did you go out with yesterday?.
    THAT
    a) That game was nice .
    b) Why did you do that?.

    6) LOSE
    a) If you stress too much, you’ll lose weight.
    b) Don’t go out at night, else you’ll lose your wallet .
    LOOSE
    a) The rope was tied in loose knot.
    b) The boat came loose from its moorings.

    7) THEN
    a) Back then in secondary school, we do write essays.
    b) Make a sentence with Then and now.
    THAN
    a) This one is less than the other one.
    b) She makes it better than you.

    8) BETWEEN
    a) Between you and me, I do it better .
    b) he stood between his mother and father.
    AMONG
    a) The house is nestled among trees.
    b) She danced among the crowd.

    9) LESS
    a) We need less talk and more work .
    b) We only spent less time together .
    FEWER
    a) Fewer than 8 people came to school.
    b) Women commit fewer crimes than men.

    10) AFFECT
    a) Not reading it will affect your scores after exam.
    b) smoking can adversely affect your lungs
    EFFECT
    a) Get a medicine that has no side effect.
    b) The effect is devastating .

  270. Deborah says:

    Name: Ebere Deborah Amarachi
    Dept: public relations and advertising
    Course: Human communication 11 Fcm 128
    Matric num: De. 2021/9453

    1) ITS VS IT’S
    a. It’s wrong to steal
    b. Its Gifts
    2) THEY’RE VS THERE
    a. The building there belongs to their Ancestors
    b. They’re a notorious set of boys
    3) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a. You’re beautiful
    b. Your dad, mr Ebere was a footballer
    4) TO VS TOO
    a. She is too pretty
    b. I was asked to leave the class
    5) i.e VS e.g
    a. A noun is a name of a person, animal, place or things e.g amaka, lion, lagos, cap etc
    b. Amara has one hobby i.e swimming
    6) WHO VS THAT
    a. I met the man that repairs my neighbors generator
    b. My mum asked; who the man was
    7) LOSE VS LOOSE
    a. Mary’s Sunday attire was loose
    b. I don’t want steven to lose his job
    8) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    a. Peter obi; winning the presidential election will affect nigeria badly.
    b. Wike’s speech had an effect on some nigerian’s
    9) ALOT VS ALOT
    a. Jane travels a lot this days
    b. Deborah has alot of diamonds
    10) INTO VS IN TO
    a. Daniel was initiated into the cult
    b. Danny dropped in to say hi.

  271. Esaliba Divine Apurumibebi says:

    Name: Esaliba Divine Apurumibebi
    Mat no: DE.2021/9478
    Department: Public Relations & Advertising

    1) THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    a) They’re the prime suspects.
    b) I have a meeting with their teacher.
    c) There is a snake behind the bush.

    2) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a) Your friend has travelled.
    b) You’re in so much trouble.

    3) ITS vs IT’S
    a) The dog finished its food.
    b) It’s not a good thing to lie.

    4) THEY
    a) They built an empire together.
    b) They sold the car.

    5) AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a) Drinking too much alcohol will affect the liver.
    b) The effect of not reading is failing.

    6) TO vs TOO
    a) This package was addressed to Amaka.
    b) She too had an idea.

    7) WHO vs THAT
    a) Who sent you?.
    b) That thing is not included

    8) WHO vs WHOM vs WHOSE vs WHO’S
    a) Who is the director?
    b) Whom do you work for ?
    c) Whose house is this?
    d) Who’s the owner of this package?

    9) THEN vs THAN
    a) Back then, he was living in Canada.
    b) I eat more of rice than garri.

    10) BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a) Joel stood between his mother and father.
    b) The ball was hidden among the trees.

  272. Name: Moses Favour Boma
    Department: public Relations & Advertising
    Matric number:DE.2021/9511

    (1): Between vs among
    (a): i started the quarrel “between” them
    (b): they are “among” the class

    (2): Affect vs Effect
    (a): the drugs you are talking will “affect” your health.
    (b):this is the “effect” of your behavior.

    (3): who vs that
    (a): “who” is the president of Ghana.
    (b): “that” is my father.

    (4):then vs than
    (a): I had lots of money “then”
    (b):he is more handsome “than” his brother

    (5): your vs you’re
    (a):is that “your” child
    (b): “you’re” talking too much

    (6):lose vs loose
    (a): they are going to lose the match
    (b):The dress is quite loose

    (7):To vs Too
    (a):she got married to a billionaire
    (Ii): she got to her child on time
    (b): she’s too beautiful
    (Ii): his too popular for that

    (8):less vs fewer
    (a): we have less things to worry about
    (Ii):we are less worried about him
    (b): justice makes “fewer” grammatical mistakes Everytime his with people

    (9):whose vs who’s
    (a): Who’s going to school tomorrow
    (b):whose name is that

    (10): in to vs into
    (a): I went in to say hi
    (b): she came into the office not too long ago

  273. Ogolo Flourish says:

    NAME: FLOURISH OGOLO
    DEPT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    MATRIC NO: DE. 2021/9947

    1. TO vs TOO
    a. Mary will come to my house today.
    b. Stephanie is too noisy.

    2. WHO vs THAT
    a. Who is the owner of this bag?
    b. What is that pen doing on my head?

    3. LOSE vs LOOSE
    a. I pray she doesn’t lose her child to death.
    b .I need to loose my belt.

    4. YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a. Your bag is very expensive.
    b. You’re going to school today.

    5. ITS vs IT’S
    a. The cat hurt its tail.
    b. It’s my turn to sing today.

    6. BETWEEN vs AMONG
    a. The competition is between Obi and Tinubu.
    b. I was among the cultural dancers in church.

    7. THEN vs THAN
    a. Samuel is taller than Flourish.
    b. Things were very cheap back then.

    8. I.E vs E.G
    a. She is very busy I.e she doesn’t have time.
    b. I need a lot of things e.g a car, a book, a ring light etc.

    9. AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a. Your injury would affect your sports.
    b. I need an alluring effect.

    10. THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    a. They’re my cousins.
    b. There is a new restaurant at shopping complex.
    c. It is their fifth test.

  274. Ogwa jesam ikpi says:

    Name: Ogwa Jesam Ikpi
    Dep: Journalism and media studies
    1. To vs too
    a. The boy went to the store to buy groceries.
    b. This shirt is way too big.
    2. Who vs that
    a. That’s the girl who scored the goal.
    b. That is my sneakers
    3. Into vs in to
    a. She came into the room
    b. She instantly gave in to chase him down the hall.
    4. Lose vs loose
    a. You are causing me to lose the fruit of campaign.
    b. The rope was tied in a loose knot.
    5. Then vs than
    a. Back then he was living in New York
    b. I like cake than pie
    6. Less vs forever
    a. She regrets going with a less reputable plumber.
    b. She gets in fewer workouts than he does.
    7. Between vs among
    a. The ball rolled between the desk and the wall.
    b. There were ducks among the geese
    8. Your vs you’re
    a. You forgot your scarf at the store.
    b. I hope you’re going to get the job done by the deadline.
    9. Affect vs Effect
    a. The cold weather affected the crops.
    b. The effect of the drug soon wore off.
    10. Its vs It’s
    a. This frog is to small foe its aquarium.
    b. She said is only a fifteen minutes drive.

  275. Onuoha Choma Deborah says:

    Name: Onuoha Chioma Deborah
    Department: Cinematography & Broadcasting
    Mat No: DE.2021/6744

    1) Its vs It’s
    a) The flag is on its pole
    b) It’s always noisy in here

    2) Less vs fewer
    a) We need less talking and more working
    b) Peter has fewer pair of shoes than Jacob

    3) To vs Too
    a) I’m going to the supermarket
    b) I appreciate that too

    4) Yours vs You’re
    a) Just give him your pen
    b) You’re one step ahead of your lecturer

    5) Assure vs Insure
    a) I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed
    b) For protection against unforeseen emergencies, you should insure your house and your car

    6) Affect vs Effect
    a) The weather really affected my mood today
    b) You can feel the effect of a cold or earthquake

    7) Then bs Than
    a) First I went to the store, and then I got gas
    b) She would rather stay in than go out

    8) Who vs Whom
    a) I need to know who makes the final decision
    b) She saw a lady whom she presumed worked at the store

    9) Into vs in to
    a) He jumped into the pool
    b) She brought me in to learn

    10) Between vs Among
    a) He stood between his mother and his father
    b) The were ducks among the geese

  276. Stephanie chiamaka says:

    Name:Opara Stephanie chiamaka
    Dept: Cinematography and broadcasting studies
    Answers;
    (1) They’re:
    * They’re planning to go on vacation in November.
    * They’re purchasing new table linens for the party.

    Their:
    * The red one is their house.
    * You should step out of their business.

    There:
    *There is something to be said for telling the truth.
    *There are two people in the room right now.

    (2) your:
    * That is not your toy.
    * I love what you have done to your hair.

    You’re:
    * You’re really smart.
    * Can you post the parcel when you’re in London?

    (3) Its:
    * My oak tree loses its leaves in autumn.
    * Google needs to update its privacy policy.

    It’s:
    * “It’s a nice day”
    * ” It’s been a nice weekend”

    (4) Affect:
    * The medicine affect your ability to stay awake.
    * The teacher affect the children in a positive way.

    Effect:
    * The weather had an effect on our travel plans.
    * The new teacher has a positive effect on the children.

    (5)To:
    * Are we going to the restaurant?
    * The kind gesture brought me to tears.

    Too:
    * She is fast and strong,too.
    * It’s time to have your cake and eat it,too.

    (6) Who:
    * The man who punched the great white shark is on tv.
    * Yesterday,the man who shot a swan in the park was jailed for 6 months.

    That:
    * Please accept my resignation.i don’t want to belong to any club that will accept me as a member.
    * Kindness is the language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see.

    (7) Who:
    * Who made the birthday cake?
    * Who is going to do the dishes?

    Whom:
    * Whom are you going to invite?
    * Whom did he hire to do the job?

    Whose:
    * Whose camera is this?
    * Whose dog is barking outside?

    Who’s:
    * Who’s ready for some ice cream?
    * Who’s heard of the book ” who’s in America”?

    (8) A lot:
    * I like a lot of topping on my pizza.
    * I have a lot ,I believe I can help some people.

    Allot:
    * The residents at the meeting requested that we allot more money to the park project.
    * The remaining shares have been allott between you and your sister.

    Alot:
    * I know alot about precious stones.
    * I have seen alot of things in my life.

    (9) Into:
    * She placed her letter into a pink envelope and sealed it with a kiss.
    * Felicia neatly sorted all her files into separately labeled folders.

    In to:
    * I dropped in to say hi.
    * The sides of the shade turn in to provide additional sun protection.

    (10) Lose:
    * I think we’re going to lose the game.
    * I’ll need to lose weight if I want to wear the dress.

    Loose:
    * My daughter has her first loose tooth.
    * I need to buy a purse for all my loose change.

  277. Happiness Lewis says:

    Name: Lewis Ubelejit
    Mat.No:DE.2021/6786
    Dep: Journalism and media studies

    1.Your vs You’re
    a. I met your brother yesterday.
    b.she will ask you when you’re ready.
    2. Its vs It’s
    a. The flag is on its pole.
    b.it’s very cold today.
    3. Affect vs Effect
    a.if you play all the time,it will affect your studies.
    b. The new law will come into effect next week.
    4. To vs Too
    a.she wants to go home.
    b.i want a ball too.
    5. Who vs That
    a. The lady who works here is my sister.
    b. I told you that she is my sister.
    6. Lose vs loose
    a. If you lose that book, you’ll be sorry.
    b. This wheelbarrow has a loose wheel.
    7. Then vs Than
    a. He was happy then.
    b. We have less work today than we had yesterday.
    8. Less vs Fewer
    a. The gadget is less useful than I expected.
    b. Fewer women wear hats these days.
    9.Between vs Among
    a. Some people can’t distinguish between red and orange colour.
    b. He is among the few who completely understand the subject.
    10. Into vs In to
    a. The car crashed into the tree.
    b. I logged in to my account.

  278. Princewill Lolia Esther says:

    Name: Princewill Lolia Esther
    Department: Cinematography and Broadcasting
    Matric No: DE.2021/6995
    1.) Your vs. You’re
    Your
    a.) This is your Ruler.
    b.) Your house is lovely.
    You’re
    a.) You’re faster than her.
    b.) You’re very intelligent.
    2.) Its vs.It’s
    Its
    a.) The secondary school celebrated its 20th anniversary.
    b.) The salt is its container.
    It’s
    a.) It’s always sunny.
    b.) It’s a nice car.
    3.) Affect vs. Effect
    Affect
    a.) The drugs will affect his kidney.
    b.) She wasn’t going to let a little rain affect her good mood today.
    Effect
    a.) The effect of the fall-out was disastrous.
    b.) The dentist warned us about the harmful effect of eating too much sweets.
    4.) To vs. Too
    To
    a.) I will give it to you.
    b.) He told me to bring the bag.
    Too
    a.) I felt her pain too.
    b.) They air too much violence on Tv
    5.) i.e vs. e.g
    I.e
    a.) I am christian. i.e I am a follower of christ.
    b .) She is a vegan i.e she does not eat any animal based product.
    e.g
    a.) Films have so many genres e.g comedy, horror, Adventure, Fantasy.
    b.) I don’t like Japanese food. e.g Sushi
    6.) Who vs. That
    Who
    a.)She was the one who you met yesterday.
    b.) I don’t know who damaged the car.
    That
    a.) The bag didn’t seem that heavy at the time I carried it.
    b.) She knows better than that.
    7.) Lose vs Loose
    Lose
    a.) Martha was able to lose 25 pounds
    b.) They did not lose the opportunity.
    Loose
    a.) His tie was pulled loose.
    b.) She idly pulled at a loose thread on her skirt.
    8.)Then vs Than
    Then
    a.) This, then, was the music that dominated in the mid-1960.
    b.) He sounded sincere but then he always did.
    Than
    a.) The tournament starts in less than two months time.
    b.) She walks far more slowly than her mother.
    9.) Less vs. fewer
    Less
    a.) People should eat less fat to reduce the risk of heart disease.
    b.) Less than an hour he returned.
    Fewer
    a.) The little the girl had fewer presents.
    b.) Mary was told to eat fewer cookies.
    10.) Between vs. Among
    Between
    a.) The man built a fence between the two houses.
    b.) I had to choose between the two shirts.
    Among
    a.) The disease spread quickly among the members of the community.
    b.) They walked among the crowd.

  279. Name:Nwala Gold Chiwetara
    Dept:Public Relations and Advertising
    Matric no:De.2021/9477

    1) THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    a) They’re running late to the party.
    b) The house over there is their house.

    2) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a) Your Head of Department, Dr Harry was an international scholar.
    b) You’re wealthy now.

    3) ITS vs IT’S
    a) The dog ate its food.
    b) I don’t think it’s a good idea to do this.

    4) AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a) Winning the SUG Elections will affect Miracle Anele’s academic performance too.
    b) Melody’s big win had an effect on his confidence level.

    5) TO vs TOO
    a) Precious gave the flowers to his mother.
    b) The computer is too expensive for me.

    6) i.e vs e.g
    a) Mary has only one hobby i.e politicking.
    b) Dr. Harry saw many kinds of students in the classroom e.g the overly serious, the easily distracted, the always playful, the “Ma, I don’t understand” etc.

    7) WHO vs THAT
    a) I met a woman who can speak Yoruba.
    b) What’s the name of the man that lives next door

    8) A LOT vs ALLOT
    a) Favour always wears a lot of cologne when he goes out on dates.
    b) Great will be allotted fifteen minutes to speak at the SRC conference.

    9) INTO vs IN TO
    a) I dropped in to say hello.
    b) Precious sorted all his files into separate envelopes.

    10) LOSE vs LOOSE
    a) I don’t want to lose my job
    b. Nwaeke Dekight wore loose clothe

  280. Okafor Macnelson Ikenna says:

    NAME: Okafor, Macnelson Ikenna
    MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9516
    DEPT: Public Relations and Advertising

    1) There vs Their
    a) He envied their expensive clothes.
    b) I will soon be there.

    2) Your vs You’re
    a) Your mother is a doctor.
    b) You’re not going to honour their invitation.

    3) Its vs It’s
    a) Your writing, at its best.
    b) It’s been a year since the last time they met.

    4) Affect vs Effect
    a) The medicine will affect your eyesight for at least three hours.
    b) You’ll feel the effect of the medicine in the three hours.

    5) To vs Too
    a) She likes to dance.
    b) They were too scared of the big dogs

    6) i.e vs e.g
    a) Stanley has one hobby i.e Reading.
    b) They’re different kinds of marriages e.g registry marriage, customary marriage, etc

    7) Who vs That
    a) Everybody that went to the party enjoyed it very much.
    b) Who is he?

    8) A lot vs Allot
    a) A lot has been done to curb insecurities in Rivers State.
    b) Five million would be allotted to the committee on welfare support.

    9) Into vs In to
    a) Please log in into our website.
    b) He was brought in to the system.

    10) lose vs loose
    a) I don’t want to lose my ID card.
    b) The handle is loose.

  281. Lily Prince will chu says:

    Name..Lily princewill chu
    Department..journalism and media studies
    Matric number.. DE.2021\6827

    1.they’re vs their vs there
    A.that is their new dog
    B.put your coat down over there
    C.they’re going camping in Florida

    2.your vs you’re
    A.you’re my best friend
    B.your hair looks great today!

    3.it’s vs its
    A.it’s been raining for a week,and now it’s starting to snow.
    B.I think the company wants to have its cake and eat it.

    4.affect vs effect
    A.one employee’s negativity can affect all the worker’s.
    B.the effect of the medicine on her illness was surprisingly fast.

    5.To vs Too
    A.are we going to the restaurant
    B.she is fast and strong too.

    6.I.e vs e.g
    A.Shana was delighted to receive a special gift from her secret admirer (I.e.,her husband)
    B.we should do our best to take care of beneficial garden insects,e.g.,bees and worms.

    7.who vs that
    A.who scored the winning touchdown ?
    B.the bike that has a wicker basket belongs to Anna.

    8.into vs in to
    A.I like to tune in to the classical radio station on Sunday morning.
    B.the caterpillar changed into the butterfly and left its cocoon behind.

    9.less vs fewer
    A.I missed less work this year than last.
    B.Josiah has fewer fishing lures then jack does.

    10.between vs among
    A.he sat in between Allen and Melissa
    B.I sat among the other student.

  282. Sule Ohunene Daniella says:

    NAME: SULE OHUNENE DANIELLA
    DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MAT. NO: DE.2021/9446
    TASK
    1. IT’S VS ITS
    i. It’s been an unforgettable journey
    ii. The milk is past its expiration date
    2. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    i. Your hair looks absolutely lovely today
    ii. You’re such a klutz
    3. TO VS TOO
    i. I wanted to thank you for dinner
    ii. The place was just too noisy to hear properly
    4. EFFECT VS AFFECT
    i. The effect of the tornado in Florida was devastating
    ii. Messi’s injury will affect the outcome of the game
    5. WHO VS WHOM VS WHOSE VS WHO’S
    i. Laura is the one who wants to go
    ii. To whom did you address that letter?
    iii. Whose sandwich is this?
    iv. Who’s ready to go?
    6. INTO VS IN TO
    i. Cinderella’s coach turned into a pumpkin at midnight
    ii. I like to tune in to Nigeria Info on Sunday mornings
    7. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    i. I once wrote an article about the difference between AI and ML (machine language)
    ii. There wasn’t much unity among the council members
    8. THEN VS THAN
    i. The show ends at 6:00pm but I’ll be home before then
    ii. I like apples more than bananas
    9. LOSE VS LOOSE
    i. My doctor says I’m overweight. He wants me to lose 10 kilograms
    ii. I’ve got a lose tooth
    10. A LOT VS ALLOT
    i. A lot of people watched the horror film yesterday
    ii. You will need to allot a lot of time to count the ballots

  283. JENE EMMANUELLA ORUIN says:

    Name: JENE EMMANUELLA ORUIN
    MAT NO: DE.2021/6750
    DEPT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING

    1) Between vs Among
    a) Jane divided the cookies between Yera and Xander
    b) The house is nestled among the trees

    2) Lose vs Loose
    a) If we don’t score soon, we’ll lose the match
    b) Did you loose track of time?

    3) Into vs In to
    a). She came into the room
    b). She brought me in to train

    4) To and Too
    a). I am going to the store
    b). I like that too

    5) Affect vs Effect
    a). The weather affected his mood
    b). You can feel the effects of a cold or an earthquake

    6) Its vs It’s
    a). The flag is on its pole
    b). It’s always raining

    7) Your vs You’re
    a). Just give him your pen
    b). You’re one step ahead of me

    8) Then vs Than
    a). First I went to the store, and then I got gas.
    b). I like cake better than pie

    9) Who vs Whom
    a). Who scored the goal?
    b). He saw the faces of those whom he loved at his birthday celebration.

    10) Less vs Fewer
    a). We need less talk and more walk.
    b). John has fewer fishing lures thank Jack

  284. Ogoloma Mighty Chiyeganwo says:

    NAME: OGOLOMA MIGHTY CHIYEGANWO
    MATRIC NO. :DE. 2021/6794
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

    TASK:
    1. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    – YOUR sister is waiting for you outside.
    – YOU’RE too slow in writing.

    2. I.E VS E.G
    – She is a philantropist I.E: she loves helping people.
    – He has many accessories E.G: shoes, wrist watches, sun shades e.t.c

    3. THEN VS THAN
    – When miracle arrives THEN you can eat the fruits.
    – Blessed is smarter THAN Victory.

    4. LESS VS FEWER
    – I expect nothing LESS than the full payment from you.
    – Boys are more FEWER than girls in this department.

    5. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    – The competition is BETWEEN Favour and Blessed.
    – Endwell was AMONG the group of boys that took first position in his class.

    6. TO VS TOO
    – Your mother said that you should give this money TO your lesson teacher.
    – Boys are TOO many in this department.

    7. WHO VS THAT
    – WHO stole the among the both of you?
    – Is it you THAT took my pen from my bag?

    8. LOSE VS LOOSE
    – Chelsea will LOSE to Manchester United in today’s match.
    – I can’t LOOSE anymore money today.

    9. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    – The economic condition of our country today, does not in anyway AFFECT the living standard of the rich negatively.
    – The negative EFFECT of drug abuse is high on our youths.

    10. WHOSE VS WHO’S
    – WHOSE note book is this?
    – WHO’S that person climbing my tree.

  285. Columbus Melody Ohuenene says:

    . Between vs. Among
    a. I sat between Faith and Bright.
    b. They strolled among the crowds.
    2. Less vs. Fewer
    a. We have less to worry about now.
    b. He was advised to smoke fewer cigarettes.
    3. Lose vs. Loose
    a. You will lose your new job if you are guilty of fraud.
    b. Check that the plug has not come loose.
    4. Then vs. Than
    a.Things were different back then.
    b. There was more whisky in it than soda.
    5. To vs. Too
    a. I will go to church on Sunday.
    b. I know God loves me too.
    6. Who vs. That
    a. The man who helped her is here.
    b. Look at that man over there.
    7. Affect vs. Effect
    a. Your opinion will not affect my decision.
    b. The drug had an effect on her.
    8. i.e. vs. e.g.
    a. The basic essentials of life, I.e. housing,food and water.
    b. We need popular pets,e.g. cats and dogs.
    9. Whose vs. Who’s
    a. The man whose farm was flooded has been compensated.
    b. The maid who’s living with me is smart.
    10. Allot vs. A lot
    a. The invigilator will allot some time to the students.
    b. She said a lot of things have happened.

  286. Favour smart Nneoma says:

    Matric number:De.2021/6673
    Department: Development communication

    1.They’re and there
    (They’re)
    __ They’re going for a vacation
    (There)
    __He did not stop there ,but continued in his speech

    2.To and Too
    (To)
    __I have places to go and people to see
    (Too)
    __There have been a cutback in Federal subsides,too,rates have been increasing

    3.Effect and affect
    Effect)
    __ The effect of the hurricane was devastated landscape
    (Affect)
    __the experience affected me deeply

    4.It’s and its
    (It’s)
    __ It’s about time you join us
    Its)
    __The Chinese government is at war with its people

    5.Who and That
    (Who)
    __I don’t know who it is?
    That)
    __He told me that the book is a good read

    6.Loose and lose
    (Loose)
    __The wheelbarrow has a loose wheel
    Lose)
    __If you lose that ten-pound note, you’ll be sorry

    7.Then and than
    Then)
    __Is it 12 :00 already?then it’s time to leave
    Than)
    __She is taller than I am

    8.Less and fewer
    Fewer)
    __fewer women wear hats this days
    Less)
    __I have less things to do today than yesterday

    9.Between and among
    Between)
    __Let’s meet between two and three
    Among)
    __He is among the few who completely understand the subject

    10.i.e and e.g
    I.e)
    __The three popular states in Nigeria (I.e Abuja,Logos and Port-Harcourt)

    e.g)
    Continent (e.g Asia)contain many large bodies of water(e.g lakes and sea)

  287. Favour smart Nneoma says:

    1.They’re and there
    (They’re)
    __ They’re going for a vacation
    (There)
    __He did not stop there ,but continued in his speech

    2.To and Too
    (To)
    __I have places to go and people to see
    (Too)
    __There have been a cutback in Federal subsides,too,rates have been increasing

    3.Effect and affect
    Effect)
    __ The effect of the hurricane was devastated landscape
    (Affect)
    __the experience affected me deeply

    4.It’s and its
    (It’s)
    __ It’s about time you join us
    Its)
    __The Chinese government is at war with its people

    5.Who and That
    (Who)
    __I don’t know who it is?
    That)
    __He told me that the book is a good read

    6.Loose and lose
    (Loose)
    __The wheelbarrow has a loose wheel
    Lose)
    __If you lose that ten-pound note, you’ll be sorry

    7.Then and than
    Then)
    __Is it 12 :00 already?then it’s time to leave
    Than)
    __She is taller than I am

    8.Less and fewer
    Fewer)
    __fewer women wear hats this days
    Less)
    __I have less things to do today than yesterday

    9.Between and among
    Between)
    __Let’s meet between two and three
    Among)
    __He is among the few who completely understand the subject

    10.i.e and e.g
    I.e)
    __The three popular states in Nigeria (I.e Abuja,Logos and Port-Harcourt)

    e.g)
    Continent (e.g Asia)contain many large bodies of water(e.g lakes and sea)

  288. NEEKA EMMANUEL says:

    Dept: DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES

    Matric No:DE 2021/6694.

    1. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a. Cleaning YOUR house is necessary.
    b. You can express YOU’RE emotions to me.

    2. LOSE VS LOOSE
    a. If we LOSE this game we are out of the finals.
    b.The dress was too LOOSE for her.

    3. IT’S VS ITS
    IT’S:
    a. “It’s” always raining
    b. I know “it’s” hard, but you’ll be okay.
    ITS.
    a. A bird is known by “its” note, and a man by his talk.
    b. The fox that had lost “its” tail would persuade others out of theirs.

    4. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    AFFECT:
    a. The cold weather “Affected” the crops
    b. Smoking tobacco can adversely “affect” your lungs and blood flow.
    EFFECT:
    a. Did his retirement have any “Effect” on his family
    b. News broadcast can have a huge “Effect” on public opinion.

    5. TO VS TOO
    TO:
    a. I give the notebook “to” my brother
    b. I prefer play football “to” working.
    TOO:
    a. The soup is “too” hot
    b. She lives here, “too”

    6. I.E VS E.G
    I.E:
    a. She’s a Hoosier, “i.e”, she’s from Indiana
    b. He likes citrus fruits, i.e, the juicy, edible fruits having leathery and aromatic rinds.

    E.G. The summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports, “e.g” gymnastics, swimming.

    7. THEN VS THAN
    THEN:
    a. Turn right at the next street, “then” turn left at the light
    THAN:
    a. I like cake better “than” pie.

    8. TO VS TOO
    a. She handed the card “to” her parents.
    b. The soup is “too” hot.

    9. WHO VS THAT
    a. The boy “who” stole your bike is at the door.
    b. Kindness is a language “that” the deaf can hear and the blind can see.

    10. INTO VS IN TO
    a. She came “into” the room.
    b. I just checked “in to” see how everybody was doing.

  289. Emmanuel Jane says:

    Emmanuel Jane
    Department: Development and communication studies
    Date:Sunday 9th October,2022
    Time:1:12pm

    1. TO VS TOO
    a. Jennifer loves to travel.
    b. Avoid too much alcohol.

    2. THEIR VS THEY’RE
    a. Their coach couldn’t make it to the after party.
    b. They’re going to love the surprise.

    3 .YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a. Your bag is lovely.
    b. You’re really lucky.

    4. LOSE VS LOOSE
    a. How did you lose the money?.
    b. I need to tighten the loose ends.

    5. ITS VS IT’S
    a. Its my car outside.
    b. It’s raining heavily outside.

    6. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    a. Smoking affects the lungs.
    b. Computer have had an effect on our lives.

    7. WHO VS THAT
    a. Who is the lady over there?.
    b. That pen belongs to me.

    8. WHOSE VS WHOM
    a. Whose sandwich is this?.
    b. To whom was the letter addressed to?.

    9. WHO VS WHO’S
    a. Who is the English teacher?.
    b. Who’s responsible for thee fight?.

    10. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a. I stood between Jane and Chelsea.
    b. The students chatting among themselves.

  290. Nwabueze Chiburoma Glory says:

    NAME: Nwabueze, Chiburoma Glory
    DEPT: Development Communication Studies
    Course: Human Communication II FCM 128

    1) THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    a) They’re running late to the party.
    b) The house over there is their house.

    2) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    a) Your Head of Department, Dr Sarah was an international scholar.
    b) You’re wealthy now.

    3) ITS vs IT’S
    a) The dog ate its food.
    b) I don’t think it’s a good idea to do this.

    4) AFFECT vs EFFECT
    a) Winning the SUG Elections will affect Miracle Anele’s academic performance too.
    b) Chiburoma’s big win had an effect on his confidence level.

    5) TO vs TOO
    a) Chiburoma gave the flowers to his mother.
    b) The computer is too expensive for me.

    6) i.e vs e.g
    a) Chibaby has only one hobby i.e politicking.
    b) Dr. Sarah saw many kinds of students in the classroom e.g the overly serious, the easily distracted, the always playful, the “Ma, I don’t understand” etc.

    7) WHO vs THAT
    a) I met a woman who can speak Yoruba.
    b) What’s the name of the man that lives next door

    8) A LOT vs ALLOT
    a) Chibaby always wears a lot of cologne when he goes out on dates.
    b) Chiburoma will be allotted fifteen minutes to speak at the SRC conference.

    9) INTO vs IN TO
    a) I dropped in to say hello.
    b) Glory sorted all his files into separate envelopes.

    10) LOSE vs LOOSE
    a) I don’t want to lose my job.
    b) Oghenegare, Oghenetejiri Blessing wore loose clothes.

    Thank you!

  291. Stewart-Hart Opeyemi Ibiene says:

    NAME: STEWART-HART OPEYEMI IBIENE
    MAT NO.: DE.2022/6790
    FACULTY: COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES.
    DEPARTMENT: JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES.

    1) THEY’RE VS. THEIR VS THERE
    a) WRONG; Their not awake.
    RIGHT;. They’re not awake.
    b) WRONG; I found my clothes their
    RIGHT; I found my clothes there

    2) YOUR VS. YOU’RE
    a) WRONG; Your beautiful.
    RIGHT; You’re beautiful.
    b). WRONG; Your fast.
    RIGHT; You’re fast.

    3). ITS VS. IT’S
    a). WRONG; Its common
    RIGHT;. It’s common
    b). WRONG;. It’s Amaka’s
    RIGHT;. Its Amaka’s

    4). TO VS TOO
    a) WRONG; David talks to much
    RIGHT; David talks too much
    b).WRONG; He’s to cold hearted
    RIGHT;. He’s too cold hearted

    5). USE OF COMMAS;
    a). WRONG; Buy me fanta sprite and coke.
    RIGHT;. Buy me fanta, sprite, and coke.
    b). WRONG; At night I enjoy the midnight blue
    sky moon and stars.
    RIGHT; At night, I enjoy the midnight blue
    sky, moon, and stars.

    6). INTO VS. IN TO
    a). WRONG; Samuel dives in to the water
    beautifully
    RIGHT; Samuel dives into the water
    beautifully.
    b). WRONG; Dan would move in to the new
    house on winter .
    RIGHT; Dan would move into his new house
    on winter.

    7) LOSE VS. LOOSE ;
    a) WRONG; Chelsea would loose the match
    tonight.
    RIGHT; Chelsea would lose the match
    tonight.
    b) WRONG; These pants are lose
    RIGHT; These pants are loose

    8) ALOT VS. A LOT VS. ALLOT
    a) WRONG; Jane travels alot
    RIGHT;. Jane travels a lot
    b). WRONG; Lily talks to him alot
    RIGHT;. Lily talks to him a lot

    9). WHO VS. THAT
    a). WRONG; It was Jordan that farted
    RIGHT; It was Jordan who farted
    b) WRONG; Stephanie was the one that said that.
    RIGHT; Stephanie was the one who said that.

    10) WHO VS. WHOM VS. WHOSE VS. WHO’S
    a) WRONG; Whose coming?
    RIGHT; Who’s coming?
    b) WRONG; Who are we waiting for?
    RIGHT; Whom are we waiting for?

  292. Owam Adibo Brother says:

    Dept: Cinematography and Broadcasting Studies
    Mat no DE 2021/6947

    1. Your vs you’re
    * How is your health?
    * You’re late
    2. They’re vs There
    * They’re here
    * There was a rainstorm yesterday
    3. Its vs It’s
    * It’s annoying the way she behaves
    * The gala is past its expiry date
    4. To vs Too
    * Ada, too, is here
    * Where are you heading to?
    5. Whose vs Who’s
    * Whose car is that?
    * Who’s he referring to?
    6. Ensure vs Assure
    * Ensure you do all the chores before leaving the house
    * I assure you, everything is going to be fine
    7. Then vs Than
    * When then did she arrive?
    * Joy is far better than Esther
    8. Between vs Among
    *Between Joy and Esther who sings best?
    * The ball was hidden among the leaves
    9. In to vs Into
    * She came in to greet my mom
    * Joy walks into the class
    10. Allot vs A lot
    * I’ve been traveling allot all over the world
    * She is passing through a lot

  293. Beta Barigordum Kpobari says:

    Name: Beta Barigordum Kpobari
    Dept: Development and Communication Studies
    Matric No: DE.2021/6726

    1. Your vs. You’re
    a. Washing “your” clothes is necessary.
    b. It’s important you express “you’re” emotions.

    2. Its vs. it’s
    a. The cat ate “its” food.
    b. I know “it’s” hard, but you’ll be okay.

    3. Affect vs. Effect
    a. The young man’s facial expression had a humorous “affect”.
    b. The prescribed medication had an “effect” on the patient’s symptoms.

    4. To vs. Too
    a. She handed the card “to” her parents.
    b. The soup is “too” hot.

    5. Who vs. That
    a. The boy “who” stole your bike is at the door.
    b. Kindness is a language “that” the deaf can hear and the blind can see.

    6. Into vs. In to
    a. She came “into” the room.
    b. I just checked “in to” see how everybody was doing.

    7. Lose vs. Loose
    a. If we “lose” this game, we’re out of the championship.
    b. The rope was tied in a “loose” knot.

    8. Then vs. Than
    a. First, I went to the store “then” I got gas.
    b. The company needs a good accountant more “than” ever.

    9. Less vs. Fewer
    a. She finished in “less” time than I did.
    b. David makes “fewer” grammatical mistakes than the average people.

    10. Between vs. Among
    a. The ball rolled “between” the desk and the wall.
    b. She is nervous being “among” famous people.

  294. Aseminaso Tamunoorafiri christabel says:

    ASEMINASO TAMUNOORAFIRI CHRISTABEL
    9th October 2022 at 11:05 am
    Mat no – DE: 2021/6813
    Dept: journalism and Media studies
    TASK
    1) then vs than
    a) when you finish writing then you can go out and play.
    b) I can dance better than Ayo.
    2) i.e vs e.g
    a) Mrs Helen sells foodstuffs i.e garri, rice and beans.
    b) I like pastries e.g cakes, cross buns and doughnuts.
    3) Affect vs effect
    a) The noise did not affect her in anyway.
    b) The drugs had some effect on me.
    4) who vs that
    a) who ate the rice on the table?
    b) That is the pink dress I gave her.
    5) whose vs who’s
    a)The woman whose bag is missing is still crying.
    b) who is that man that just left ?
    6) Between vs among
    a) I stood between Esther and Joan during the presentation.
    b) I wish I was among the popular girls in school.
    7) To vs Too
    a) I will go to the mall on Friday.
    b) The jollof rice is too small.
    8) it’s vs its
    a) it’s pass your bed time.
    b) lush products has its own advertisement.
    9) Their vs they’re
    a) Their own artwork is more colourful.
    b) they’re not going today.
    10) your and you’re
    a) I like your tea better than mine.
    b) you’re my best friend.

  295. Kpanikwu achiever says:

    Name:Kpanikwu Achiever Ihuoma
    Dept:journalism and media studies
    Matric no:De.2022/6819

    1)less vs fewer
    A)We have less amount of food to feed this population
    B)The FEWER they are for the occasion the better
    2)Then vs Than
    A)I was an introvert back then
    B)Achiever is bigger than Alexina
    3)lose and loose
    A)figure is out before you lose me.
    B)since you wore this dress it became loose.
    4)to and too
    A)why didn’t you go to church today?
    B)you know I love you too right?
    5)between vs among
    A)Between rice and beans which do you prefer?
    B)I was preferred among all
    6)affect and effect
    A)your words don’t affect me
    B)the effect of the drugs are displaying now
    7)who vs that
    A)who stole my pen?
    B)that boy is evil.
    8)it’s and its
    A)it’s fine I understand
    B)its a bad idea
    9)your vs you’re
    A)your voice is nice
    B)you’re welcome my love
    10)they’re vs their
    A)they’re doing good now
    B)their new phone number is written on the dashboard

  296. Piebani barieredum destiny says:

    Name: Piebani Barieredum Destiny
    Department: Public relation and advertising
    Matric No: De2021/9463
    1. Yours Vs you’re
    a* Are this your car keys?
    b*Can you post the parcel when you’re in
    London
    2. Its Vs It’s
    a* The bird is in its house
    b* It’s fun to go out to the fair
    3. Possessive noun
    a* She dropped the baby’s toy
    b* He painted the dog’s house
    4. Affect Vs Effect
    a* The effect of the medicine on her illness
    was surprisingly fast
    b* Going to war will affect everyone in the
    Country
    5. To Vs Too
    a* Are we going to the restaurant?
    b* The water is too hot
    6. Into Vs In to
    a* “The boat sailed into Newyork Harbor”
    b* Let’s check in to the hostel before we go
    out
    7. Between Vs Among
    a* He stood between his mother and his father
    b* I sat among the other students
    8. i.e Vs e.g
    a* The South American countries e.g Brazil
    b* Shana was delighted to receive a special gift
    from her secret admirer i.e her husband
    9. Lose Vs Loose
    a* I don’t want to lose my job
    b* Mary wore loose clothes
    10. Who Vs That
    a* The man who won the lottery is outside
    b* Take that envelope to the post office

  297. Nkor Barisa Baribeful says:

    Nkor Barisa Baribeful
    DE:2021/6666
    Development Communication
    1You vs You’re
    a.Are these your car keys
    b. Can you post the parcel when you’re in London?
    2. Affect vs effect
    a. The effect of the medicine on her illness was surprisingly fast
    b. Going to war will affect everyone in the country
    3. To vs too
    a. The soup is too hot
    b. We are going to the restaurant
    4.Possesive nouns
    a. She dropped the baby’s toy
    b.He painted the dog’s house
    5. Its vs it’s
    a. it’s fun to go shopping
    b. The bird is in its house
    6. Into vs in to
    a. The boat sailed into New York Harbour
    b. Let’s check in to the hotel before we go out
    7. Between vs Among
    a. He stood between his mum and dad
    b. I sat among the other students
    8. i.e vs e.g
    a. The south American countries e.g Brazil and Argentina
    b.sandra was delighted to receive a gift from her secret lover i.e her husband
    9. Lose vs Loose
    a. Mary wore loose clothes
    b. I don’t want to lose my job
    10. Who vs that
    a. The man who won the lottery is outside
    b. Take that envelope to the post office .

  298. Answers
    1. Alot vs A lot vs Allot
    a)saying:”Eunice has alot of jewelries
    Rather than, Eunice has a lot of jewelries
    b)saying, “During the president speech at the inauguration he said alot about the economic empowerment, rather than ” During the presidential speech at the inauguration he said a lot about the economic empowerment
    2.its vs it’s
    a) saying:”its getting late, Rather than, “it’s getting late
    b) saying, ” it’s my time to shine Rather than, its my time to shine
    3)Lose vs Loose
    a)saying:”why did you loose the wallet?” Rather than, “why did you lose the wallet?”
    b) saying, “Did you lose the money?” Rather than, “Did you loose the money?”
    4)They’re vs Their vs There
    a) saying, “Their house is very beautiful” Rather than
    ” They’re house is very beautiful
    b)saying, “There community won the golden trophy” Rather than, “Their community won the golden trophy
    5)Into vs In to
    a) saying, ” Jennifer walked in to the office” Rather than, “Jennifer walked into the office
    b)saying, ” Juliet jumped in to the river” Rather than “Juliet jumped into the river
    6)Your vs You’re
    a) saying, ” Your beauty is capturing” Rather than, “You’re beauty is capturing”
    b) saying, “I need you’re necklace” Rather than, “I need your necklace”
    7) Semicolons
    a) saying, Mr Attoman is a poor, unskilled, and ugly man yet his wife loves him” Rather than, Mr Attoman is a poor, unskilled, and ugly man;yet his wife loves him”.
    b)saying, “Emmanuel is a brilliant, creative and hardworking student; but his parents have refused to train him Rather than, ” Emmanuel is a brilliant, creative and hardworking students; but his parents refused to train him
    8) Use of Commas
    a) saying, “I came, I saw and conquered Rather than, ” I came, I saw, and conquered”.
    b) saying, “Keziah woke up took her bath and rushed off to the school Rather than, ” Keziah woke up, took her bath, and rushed off to the school
    9) Less vs Fewer
    a) saying, “She should take fewer biscuits” rather than “She should take less biscuits
    b) saying, ” I think there are 10 cartoons of indomie or less in the cupboard Rather than, “I think there are 10 cartoons of indomie or fewer in the cupboard
    10) Who vs That
    a) saying, ” Who is this girl” Rather than ” Who is that girl”
    b) saying, “That is the pencil” rather than, Who has this pencil

  299. DAVID-IHUA EMMANUELLA says:

    DAVID-IHUA EMMANUELLA
    JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    TASK:
    1. They’re:
    a. They’re leaving for the airport.
    b. They’re are new workers at the spar
    Their:
    a. Their faces changed after the election.
    b. Their church came out with the first position.
    There
    a. There is a lot of work to do at the office
    b. There is enough food for everyone.
    2. Your:
    a. What is your name?.
    b. Your phone is ringing.
    You’re:
    a. You’re a pretty girl.
    b. You’re not a student of River’s state university.
    3. It’s:
    a. The flag is on its pole.
    b. The elephant is in its zoo.
    It’s:
    a. It’s alright.
    b. It’s a nice car.
    4. Between:
    a. There’s a war between the two countries.
    b. There’s a bond between us.
    Among:
    a. The snitch is among us.
    b. The ball was hidden among the leaves.
    5. Then:
    a. Finish your work,and then you can watch TV.
    b. Turn right at the next street,then turn left.
    Than:
    a. Gold is better than silver,so they say l.
    b. I like cakes better than pie
    6. Who:
    a. Who is the best football player?.
    b. Who scored the most goal?.
    That:
    a. That is correct answer to the question.
    b. I expect that he will help us.
    7. To:
    a. To whom it may concern.
    b. I went to the hospital.
    Too:
    a. Too many audience were present at the award show.
    b. I had too much fun today.
    8. Affect:
    a. The erosion will affect the farmers.
    b. The boy had a flat affect condition.
    Effect:
    a. I can feel the effect of the cold.
    b. The earthquake effect is dangerous.
    9. Less:
    a. She finished her exam in less time.
    b. We need less talk and more work.
    Fewer:
    a. Fewer than seven children live in this apartment.
    b. We wears less cloth in hot weather.
    10. Assure:
    a. I can assure that your will love it.
    b. He assured that I won’t be disappointed.
    Ensure:
    a. We are working to ensure the safety of the society.
    b. We must take steps to ensure the growth of the plants.

  300. Oghenegare oghenetejiri Blessing says:

    They’re:
    They’re willing to cooperate.
    They’re not interested in it.
    Their:
    This is their father’s property.
    It is their wish.
    Your:
    This is your result.
    This is your fault.
    You’re:
    You’re being a clown.
    You’re acting weird.
    It’s:
    It’s mine
    It’s past your bedtime
    It is:
    It is unfair.
    It is never going to happen.
    They:
    They do not agree with his plea.
    They have been forgiven.
    Who:
    Who is chroma?
    Who is Miracle Anele?
    That:
    That is the ball.
    That is her cat meowing.
    A lot:
    This means a lot to me.
    There is a lot you need to do.
    Allot:
    Allot a specific amount to her.
    We know too little of the fact to a lot of blame on either of them.
    Than:
    Hostel B is cleaner than NDDC Hostel.
    Chroma is wiser than his counterpart.
    Then:
    Back then in the 90s life was much easier compared to the 20s.
    Just then he walked in.
    Between:
    There is nothing between us.
    The feud is between pepper and Tomatoes.
    Among
    Share it among yourselves.
    The ball was hidden among the leaves.
    Loose:
    Lose the donkey from the tree.
    Your shoelace is loose.
    Lose:
    I don’t want to lose you.
    You will lose the elections if you don’t play smart.
    Comma:
    Rice, corn, beans, bread, and millet are sources of carbohydrates.

  301. ZORAGAN FERE TAGBAA says:

    Name: ZORAGAN FERE TAGBAA
    DEPARTMENT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING

    TASK
    1. To vs. Too
    To:
    a* we all went to the cinema.
    b* he moved to Ibadan last week.
    Too:
    a* the firm, too, profited from the sale.
    b* They, too, saw the smoke.
    2. A lot vs. Allot
    A lot :
    a* a lot of people got free gifts from the store.
    b* there are a lot of bugs in the woods.
    Allot :
    a* A plot of land was allotted to the orphanage.
    b* each contestant was allotted fifteen minutes to complete their tasks.
    3. Your vs. you’re
    Your :
    a* your husband is on his way.
    b* your bag is beautiful.
    You’re :
    a* you’re going to be fine.
    b* you’re not going to make it in time .
    4. They’re vs. Their vs. There
    They’re:
    a* They’re traveling tomorrow.
    b* They’re going to pick up the dress.
    Their :
    a* Their house is up for sale.
    b* I take Their children to school daily.
    There :
    a* There are two routes to the cinema.
    b* There are a number of things I want to discuss with you.
    5. Effect vs Affect
    Effect:
    a* the effect of the drugs is currently unknown.
    b* the effect of the earthquake was devastating.
    Affect:
    a* the death of her father affected her terribly.
    b* her decision to leave will affect the company.
    6. Who vs. That
    Who:
    a* Who knew she could dance so well.
    b* Who ate the food.
    That :
    a* The dog that ran away was found today.
    b* That dress will fit you perfectly.
    7. Lose vs. Loose
    Lose:
    a* The lose of his kitten hurt him greatly.
    b* Her lose of appetite was surprising.
    Loose:
    a* A loose knot.
    b* He Loosened his grip on her.
    8. Less vs. fewer
    Less :
    a* it is less windy than day time , than it is at night.
    b* They’ll be less sand in the house if you take off your shoes at the door.
    Fewer:
    a* There are fewer birds in the city than they are in the country side.
    b* The fewer people the better.
    9. In to vs into
    In to :
    a* he was called in to fix the leaky sink.
    b* she’s going in to see her dad.
    Into :
    a* she walked into the dark room.
    b* The driver ran into a ditch.
    10. Possessive noun
    a* This is my sister’s pen.
    b* The student’s bag.
    C* The pupils’ play ground .
    d* The lambs’ playpen.

  302. Taga Nora Ochuko says:

    Name:Taga nora ochuko
    Dep: journalism and media studies
    1.To vs Too
    a.The young lady was kind to the old man.
    b. The rice is too hot .
    2.Who vs That
    a. I told the story to anyone who would listen.
    b. She told him that she was sad.
    3. Into vs In to
    a. A medicine injected into the bloodstream.
    b. He instantly gave in to chase her down the hall .
    4.Lose vs Loose
    a. Hold my hand: i don’t want to lose you.
    b. She gathered loose soil and let it filter slowly through her fingers.
    5. Then vs Than
    a. First i went to the store, and then i got gas.
    b. I like cake better than pie.
    6. Less vs Fewer
    a. We need less talk and more work.
    b. John has fewer fishing lures than jack does.
    7. Between vs Among
    a. The office has two desks with a table between them.
    b. The house is nestled among the trees.
    8. Your vs You’re
    a. Your laughing is disrupting the class.
    b. You’re working way too much.
    9. Affect vs Effect
    a. Smoking tobacco can adversely affect your lungs and blood flow.
    b. The special effect in movies today are aided by computers.
    10. Its vs It’s
    a. The flag is on its pole.
    b. Some days i think it’s a wonderful world.

  303. IHEATURU OLUEBUBE MELODY says:

    IHEATURU OLUEBUBE MELODY
    JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES
    1. THEY’RE VS. THEIR VS. THERE
    (¡) They’re going to see their Uncle tomorrow.
    (¡¡) I might see him there.
    2. YOUR VS. YOU’RE
    (¡) Is this your pen ?
    (¡¡) You’re making it look very simple.
    3. ITS VS. IT’S
    (¡) I think it’s time to take action.
    (¡¡) The bicycle is old, its bell is no longer functioning.
    4. AFFECT VS. EFFECT
    (¡) That disease would mostly affect the children.
    (¡¡) Her words had effects on him.
    5. TO VS. TOO
    (¡) He traveled to Abuja yesterday.
    (¡¡) She was here to take the bags too.
    6. i.e VS. e.g
    (¡) She is loquacious, i.e ,she talks too much.
    (¡¡) People now use wild animals as pet e.g , lions, tigers, wolves, pythons etc.
    7. WHO VS. THAT
    (¡) Who is she calling?
    (¡¡) That chair is not good.
    8. THEN VS. THAN
    (¡) To me this red dress is better than that one of yellow color.
    (¡¡) He opened the door then ran away.
    9. ASSURE VS. INSURE VS. ENSURE
    (¡) They assured to ensure that we are safe.
    (¡¡) I insured my car immediately I bought it.
    10. BETWEEN VS. AMONG
    (¡) You have to choose between your job and your family.
    (¡¡) I was among those who got the scholarship award.

  304. Timothy Tamunosiemebe Gloria says:

    Name: Timothy Tamunosiemebe Gloria
    Matric no:DE2021/6685
    Department: Development communication studies
    Assignment
    1.LOSE
    a)I’m afraid we will lose the game
    b)she advised him to lose weight
    LOOSE
    a)The child had a loose tooth
    b)These pants are too loose
    2.THEN
    a)She said something and then rode ahead
    b)A glanced at John and then rubbed the top of his head
    THAN
    a)No one could have been more private than Josh
    b)He has lived more than eight years
    3.ASSURE
    a)I assure you I was his enemy eight years aga
    b)I must assure myself you are carrying nothing on your person
    INSURE
    a)We insured our house against fire damage
    b)I found a company that will insure my car
    ENSURE
    a)We are working to ensure the safety of any people
    b)The book ensured his success
    4.INTO
    a)Amaka came into the room
    b)James is heading into town
    IN TO
    a)She brought me in to train for the job
    b)Brown plug in to this guitar amp
    5.WHO
    a)That’s the girl who scored the goal
    b) who had handed it to her
    THAT
    a) Jennifer hinted that she would be late for class
    b)He spoke so well that everybody was pleased
    6.YOUR
    a)Your timing is terrible
    b)Sally loves your writing
    YOU’RE
    a) You’re my best friend
    b) I’m awfully glad you’re my brother
    7.ITS
    a)The flag is on its pole
    b)The elephant is in its zoo
    IT’S
    a)It’s hot outside
    b)It’s a good day for sailing
    8.BETWEEN
    a)The ball rolled between the desk
    b)James stood between his mother and his father
    AMONG
    a)The house is nestled among the trees
    b)There were ducks among the gees
    9.LESS
    a)We need less talk and more work
    b)She finished in less time than I did
    FEWER
    a)John has fewer fishing lures than Jack does
    b)In 2000,Africa had fewer than five million internet user
    10.TO
    a)We’re going to liverpool next week
    b)The dog ran to us
    TOO
    a) The soup is too hot
    b)The offer was too good to refuse

  305. Jack Ibim Tienabeso says:

    Jack Ibim Tienabeso
    Cinematography and Broadcasting
    DE.2021/6730

    1)THEY’RE vs THEIR vs THERE
    *THEY’RE heading to the market
    *THEIR bags are of a limited edition
    2) YOUR vs YOU’RE
    *YOUR Aunt is beautiful
    * YOU’RE a bit too slow at racing
    3) POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
    *My Sisters’ wedding ceremonies were exquisite
    *The Miss’ hotels were built by her late father
    4) AFFECT vs EFFECT
    *Pollution AFFECTs our natural resources
    *The pills had no EFFECT on her
    5) TO vs TOO
    *I am going TO the program
    *Princess has a car TOO
    6) I.E vs E.G
    *She is a philanthropist, i.e, she helps people
    *She has many accessories, e.g necklaces, earrings, etc.
    7) LOSE vs LOOSE
    *His shoe lace is LOOSE
    *They will LOSE the case
    8) THEN vs THAN
    *He slept first, THEN cleaned after.
    *I have more clothes THAN her.
    9) BETWEEN vs AMONG
    *The game BETWEEN the players ended well
    *She shared the meat AMONG her friends
    10) ASSURE vs ENSURE vs INSURE
    *I INSURE my house with fire policies
    *I ASSURE you that you will win.

  306. Lucky Vanessa Azirinuotu says:

    NAME : LUCKY VANESSA AZIRINUOTU
    DEPARTMENT :CBS
    MATRIC NO. :DE. 2021/6751

    1) FEWER VS LESS
    * Amanda drinks less wine than she used to.
    * Tunde bought fewer toys this year.
    2) IT’S VS ITS
    * it’s highly impossible for human’s to survive without communication.
    * The lion had just killed its cub.
    3) TO VS TOO
    * it’s not to late to ask for forgiveness .
    * This story is too good to be true.
    4) THEY’RE VS THERE
    * They’re the children of Mr. and Mrs Bolatindu.
    * That white car over there belongs to me.
    5) WHO VS THAT
    * who is the owner of this red bag?
    * That beautiful mansion belongs to my father.
    6) ASSURE AND INSURE
    * I can assure you that this product is an authentic one.
    * I would like to insure my house against burglary.
    7) WHO’S VS WHOSE
    * Aisha is the wife of Muhammad Buhari who’s the president of Nigeria.
    * whose bag is this?
    8) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    * The vendetta is between the two clans.
    * The culprit is among us.
    9) LOSE VS LOOSE
    * Marco would rather die than lose Latifa.
    * she slipped on a loose T-shirt
    10) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    * The success of this occasion is in your hands.
    * you’re the cause of my happiness.

  307. NAME: EKWUEME-ELECHI PRINCESS
    MATRIC NO.: DE.2021/6732
    DEPARTMENT: CINEMATOGRAPHY AND BROADCASTING
    ASSIGNMENT
    1. THEY’RE VS. THEIR VS. THERE
    EXAMPLES
    THEY’RE
    i) “they’re” having a class right now.
    ii) I think “they’re” best of friends.
    THEIR
    i) they traced “their” signs.
    ii) they lost the game and it’s”their” fault.
    THERE
    i) we went “there” yesterday.
    ii) “there” is no further explanation.
    2. YOUR VS. YOU’RE
    EXAMPLES
    YOUR
    i) “your”name was on the list.
    ii) I missed “your” call.
    YOU’RE
    i) “you’re very good at dancing.
    ii) she will ask you when”you’re” ready.
    3. ITS VS IT’S
    EXAMPLES
    ITS
    i) my neighbor’s cat never stays in “it’s” own yard.
    ii) “its” been a long day today.
    IT’S
    i) “it’s” so nice to see you again.
    ii) “it’s” a beautiful morning
    4. TO VS. TOO
    EXAMPLES
    TO
    i) they came “to” our aid
    ii) I’m going “to” the beach.
    TOO
    i) I’ve had “too” much to eat
    ii) she was annoyed “too”.
    5. INTO VS. IN TO
    EXAMPLES
    INTO
    i) he went “into” the computer room
    ii) I got “into” Rivers State University
    IN TO
    i) I dropped” in to” say hello.
    ii) please log “in to” our website by clicking there.
    6. LOSE VS LOOSE
    EXAMPLES
    LOSE
    i) we didn’t intend to “lose” the game.
    ii) the stress made me “lose” weight.
    LOOSE
    i) there are “loose” dogs at the farm
    ii) the culprit is on the “loose”
    7. USE OF COMMAS
    EXAMPLES
    i) Comma as a conjunction joining the last two members of a series e.g. she asked for paper, pencils, and a ruler.
    ii) comma as an introductory infinitive phrase e.g. To be successful, you must read widely.
    8. ASSURE VS INSURE VS. ENSURE
    EXAMPLES
    ASSURE
    i) I “assure” you that there’s no danger.
    ii) I “assure” you that he meant no harm.
    INSURE
    i) the Senate will “insure” that it goes as planned.
    ii) the agency’s agenda is to “insure” properties.
    ENSURE
    i) this policy was designed to “ensure” peaceful living.
    ii) we use the mic to “ensure” that everybody hears.
    9. LESS VS. FEWER
    EXAMPLES
    LESS
    i) he is “less” qualified than she is.
    ii) the “less” time it takes the better
    FEWER
    i) we have had “fewer” plants accident this year.
    ii) there were “fewer” cars in the park.
    10. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    EXAMPLES
    BETWEEN
    i) they discussed “between” themselves
    ii) what is the difference “between” a crow and a rook?
    AMONG
    i) the supplies were divided “among” the group
    ii) the crew fought “among” themselves.

  308. DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    MATRIC NO:DE.2021/9473

    1.YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a)Stay focused and chase your dreams.
    b) You’re really brave.

    2.ITS VS IT’S
    a)The plant is in its pot.
    b) It’s fun to go to the park.

    3)TO VS TOO
    a) I wanted to join you for dinner.
    b)The food is way too hot for me.

    4) INTO VS IN TO
    a) Jayden turns into a wizard.
    b)I refuse to give in to the harsh demands of my lecturer.

    5)LESS VS FEWER
    a) Using less sugar will help your health condition.
    b) I saw fewer cars on the street.

    6)LOSE VS LOOSE
    a)I think it’s best to end our conversation before I lose my temper.
    b)A floorboard has come loose in the dining room.

    7)WHO VS THAT
    a)Ella is thy one who rescued the cat.
    b)Lopez is on the team that won first place.

    8) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    a) Nothing you say or do will affect my decision.
    b)Cold weather can have a bad effect on crops.

    9)THEN VS THAN
    a) Let’s buy ice cream and then watch a movie.
    b)I will rather serve someone than steal.

    10)I.E VS E.G
    a) It happened in August, i.e,a month ago.
    b) You can choose any of the first three alphabet,e.g b.

  309. Uzoma Ezinne Favour says:

    Department: public relations and advertising
    Matric no. De.2021/9522
    1) THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    * Their trip to the spa fell through when they got there and saw it was closed,so they’re going to the beach instead.
    *There was never any doubt that he would go to their old school and they’re so glad that he made the right decision.
    2) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    * You’re so talented at playing your piano.
    * Your quick to anger when you’re offended.
    3) ITS VS IT’S
    * The plant is in its pot, it’s always at a place.
    * Can’t you tell it’s a dog, not a wolf?
    4) POSSESSIVE NOUN
    * She dropped the baby’s toy.
    * The dog’s bark was scary.
    5) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    * The cold weather affected the crops; the effect of the cold weather was a lower yeild.
    * Reading the book has a notable effect on awaji’s interaction with others.
    6) TO VS TOO
    * Faith felt she was too beautiful to go to the mall.
    * The food available at the wedding was too small to satisfy the number of hungry visitors.
    7) WHO VS THAT
    * Who is that?
    * Who is standing at that red car? Is it favour?
    8) LOSE VS LOOSE
    * The clasp on my necklace is loose and I’m worried I’m going to lose it.
    * When you lose a lot of weight, your clothes become loose.
    9) THEN VS THAN
    * If my car doesn’t start,then I’ll take a bus rather than Walk.
    * Back then in secondary school, I used to be taller than my friends.
    10) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    * Among the group of cultist, there was a girl who stood between bola and Taylor.
    * The teacher asked between utip and onome who among them is brilliant?? The class clamored utip.

  310. Anthony blessed says:

    ANTHONY BLESSED NWOCHIWOKWANIKPO

    1) AFFECT VS EFFECT
    a) How does the crime rate AFFECT hiring levels by local police forces?
    b) what EFFECT did the loss have on the team?

    2) TO VS TOO
    a) He loves TO travel
    b) Don’t buy TOO many shoes in Italy

    3) WHO VS THAT
    WHO refers to people. THAT may refer to people, animals, groups or thing. But WHO is preferred when referring to people. E.g Anya is the one WHO rescued the bird. While Anya is the one THAT rescued the bird is also correct, but WHO is preferred

    4) LOSE VS LOOSE
    a) A floorboard has come LOOSE in the dining room
    b) I think it’s best to end our conversation before I LOSE my anger

    5) THEN VS THAN
    a) Finish your homework and THEN you can watch TV
    b) Derek is finer THAN Charles

    6) LESS VS FEWER
    a) Cherie drinks LESS wine than she used to
    b) She gets in FEWER workouts than he does

    7) BETWEEN VS AMONG
    a) The treasure is BETWEEN the palm tree and the hut
    b) Share these sweets AMONG yourselves

    8) YOUR VS YOU’RE
    a) YOUR hair looks great today
    b) YOU’RE my best friend

    9) ITS VS IT’S
    a) The computer looked as though ITS power supply had failed
    b) He doesn’t think IT’S a good idea to spend all his money on video games

    10) I.E VS E.G
    a) The South America countries I.E, Brazil, Colombia, and Argentina were doing very well economically
    b) Smart likes to eat Italian food E.G, pizza, spaghetti, and lasagna

  311. DEPARTMENT: Public Relations and Advertising
    Mat No: DE.2021/9469 1. THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    – They’re planning to go on vacation in November.
    – The beagle is their dog.
    – What is over there?
    2. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    – I appreciate your help.
    – You’re one step ahead of me.
    3. ITS VS IT’S
    – It’s front door will open when you’re nearby.
    – It’s hot outside.
    4. THEY
    – They chatted over coffee for more than two hours.
    – They agreed to look into the causes of the accident.
    5. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    – How much a student studies will affect his or her grade point average.
    – The special effects in movies today are aided by computers.
    6. TO VS TOO
    – We’re going to Florida next week.
    – I want to go too!
    7. WHO VS THAT
    – This is who warned me.
    – Douglas knew that he needed to hurry up.
    8. LOSE VS LOOSE
    – Did you lose track of the time.
    – Her hair was hanging loose over her shoulders.
    9. THEN VS THAN
    – Finish your homework, and then you can watch TV.
    – She would rather stay in than go out.
    10. INTO VS IN TO
    – She came into the room.
    – She brought me in to train for the job.

  312. Lazarus, Zachariah says:

    Name: Lazarus, Zachariah
    Department: Journalism and Media Studies

    1. Your Vs You’re
    a. Your mom is calling you
    b. You’re a nice woman

    2. Its vs it’s
    a. The drink is past its expiry date
    b. It’s my fault that he came late

    3. To vs Too
    a. Let her come to my house for lunch
    b. Fortune too is a good person

    4. Who vs That
    a. Who was that man
    b. That man is coming

    5. Then vs Than
    a. When Grace arrive then you can come
    b. Beauty is taller than Blessed

    6. Between vs Among
    a. Between Nobel and Loral who is liberal
    b. Sarah is among the best graded team player

    7. Less vs Fewer
    a. I have less phobia for success
    b. The fewer the audience the better lecture you get.

    8. Assure vs Insure vs Ensure
    a. I assure that
    b. Insure your car and house against damage
    c. Ensure that she is there by that time

    9. Commas
    a. She lost her phone but, not her sim card
    b. Amarachi, Chioma and Grace are coming

    10. Affect vs Effect
    a. The effect of his coming is dangerous
    b. The high cost of commodities affect my income.

  313. MAT NO: DE. 2021/9512
    DEPARTMENT: Public Relations and Advertising
    1. AFFECT VS EFFECT
    *All Emeka did, was to AFFECT John’s behavior
    *The peer group he got himself involved with, had a huge EFFECT on him.

    2. YOUR VS YOU’RE
    *YOUR inability to read and write is clearly your fault.
    *YOU’RE no longer a child!

    3. TO VS TOO
    *Your main aim was TO divert their attention.
    *You, TOO, was amongs them?

    4. WHO VS THAT
    *WHO could have taken the money?
    *THAT Jug in particular, is not meant for drinking tea.

    5. ITS VS IT’S
    *The dog had ITS teeth clinched to his flesh.
    *IT’S impossible to please GOD.

    6. I.E VS E.G
    *A noun is a name of a person, animal place or thing I.E a noun is a naming word.
    *A noun is a name of a person E.G Emeka, Harry and David.

    7. LOSE VS LOOSE
    *I LOSE my pen a while ago.
    *My shoe lace were LOOSE that is why I walked slowly.

    8. THEN VS THAN
    *If you believe they are causing havock, THEN report them!
    *I would prefer a bowl of ramen THAN rice for dinner.

    9. THEY’RE VS THEIR VS THERE
    *THEY’RE not part and partial of this committee.
    *THEIR inability to produce a black candidate, shows that they are racist.
    *If you eventually go THERE, you will find lots of fishes!

    10. BETWEEN VS AMONG
    *The war BETWEEN Nigeria and Biafra claimed lives.
    *Jonathan is not AMONG the disciples of Jesus.

  314. Rufus Sukarime Nwuke says:

    Name: Rufus Sukarime Nwuke
    Matric Num: De.2021/9452
    Department: Public Relations and Advertising
    1. Between vs Among
    Mr. Jide is among the winners.
    Amaka have an option to choose between
    Abuja and Port Harcourt.
    2. Less vs Fewer
    I’m expecting nothing less from you.
    The students are Fewer than I thought.
    To vs too
    3. I’m going to the market.
    Tracy will be going with me too.
    4. Than vs Then
    Group A performed better than Group B.
    If I will stay back, then,Bisi must leave.
    5. Lose vs loose
    Amaka, please try not to lose your wins.
    I want to loose the fastened rope.
    6. i.e vs e.g
    I love honesty i.e I hate lies.
    Domestic animals are found in homes e.g
    dogs.
    7. Into vs “in” and “to”
    I’m into Oil and Gas business.
    Ebuka has gone in, to bring my dress for
    the party.
    8. They’re vs Their
    They are coming.
    This house belongs to Their father.
    9. It’s vs Its
    It’s time to leave.
    The dog bite’s its tail.
    10. You’re vs your
    You’re coming with me to the market.
    Can I have your car key?

  315. Ojiji Glory says:

    Name: Ojiji Glory
    Matric no: DE.2021/9489
    Department: Public Relations and Advertising
    1. It’s and Its
    It’s is a contraction of it is
    Example: I think it’s her bag.
    It’s is possessive
    Example: Its past six o’clock, please don’t go out.
    2.i.e and e.g
    I.e means that is while e.g means example of

    • Ojiji Glory says:

      NAME:Ojiji Glory
      MATRIC NO: DE.2021/9489
      DEPARTMENT: Public Relations and Advertising
      1. Use of commas
      I.Mrs Mary bought rice,beans,flour, maize and corn in the market .
      II.She added flour,milk,sugar,vanilla and strawberry to the cake.

      2. Lose vs Loose
      I.Her carelessness made her lose the bag.
      II.The door was jammed so we had to loose it.

      3.Allot vs A Lot
      I. The candidate promised to allot 20,000 to the youths if he wins the election.
      II. There were a lot of people in the hall.

      4. Affect vs Effect
      I. Sleeping late can affect one’s eyes.
      II. The medicine started showing its effects after two days.

      5. To vs Too
      I. She wanted to get married but her family was against it.
      II. Too much intake of alcohol can damage the lungs.

      6. Your and You’re
      I. Your money will be doubled if you do your job well.
      II. I don’t know the name of the street you’re going to.

      7. They’re vs Their.
      I. They’re going to the desert tomorrow.
      II. Their salary was not paid by the end of the month.

      8. Who vs That.
      I. She was the one who registered the school.
      II. That house belongs to the governor.

      9. Its vs It’s
      I. The house rent is past its due date.
      II. It’s hard to tell the difference between the twins.

      10.Between vs Among
      I. She sat down between the couple.
      II. The police said Mary was among those who stole.

  316. Chikaodinaka,Wendy Chidinma says:

    Name:Chikaodinaka, Wendy Chidinma
    Department:Public Relations and Advertising
    Matric.No:DE.2021/9515
    Number one:
    Your:
    A)I kept your own share of the cake in the fridge.
    B)I think you left your money on the table.
    You’re:
    A)Please give me a ride to my street since you’re driving home.
    B)If you’re ready to go home just let me know.
    Number two:
    To:
    A)We are supposed to attend church service together.
    B)We have to go home now.
    Too:
    A)Mr. Adams is too old to be my husband.
    B)Those clothes are too expensive.
    Number three:
    Between:
    A)They put up a fence between their house and their neighbor’s house.
    B)He stood between his mother and father.
    Among:
    A)The disease spread quickly among the members of the community.
    B)Share the pen among yourselves.
    Number four:
    Its:
    A)My neighbor’s dog never stays in its own yard.
    B)My cat never stays on its own.
    It’s:
    A)It’s been so long since we last saw each other.
    B)It’s his pen, so give it back to him.
    Number five:
    Affect:
    A)How does this misfortune affect you?
    B)There’s nothing you can say that will affect my decisions.
    Effect:
    A)The weather had an effect on our travel plans.
    B)The water that poured on my phone screen had a great effect on the usage of the phone.
    Number six:
    Lose:
    A)I spent hours at the gym trying to lose weight.
    B)Most cancer patients lose their hair due to chemotherapy.
    Loose:
    A)Success wears loose clothes to hide her big tummy.
    B) I braided my hair in a loose way.
    Number seven:
    Who:
    A)I know who your best friend is.
    B)Who will I run to for help?
    That:
    A)Let’s go to see olamide so that I can take my pen from her.
    B)That book belongs to me.
    Number eight:
    Less:
    A)She finished in less time than I did.
    B)She got less gifts than I got.
    Fewer:
    A)There seem to be fewer tourists around this year.
    B)There seem to be no one in this house.
    Number nine:
    Then:
    A)Finish your homework, and then you can watch television.
    B)When I’m done eating then I can attend to your needs.
    Than:
    A)You and I are both taller than Harriet.
    B)She got gifts more than you got.
    Number ten:
    They’re:
    A)They’re planning to go on vacation in November.
    B)They’re going to see Bisola because she’s ill.
    Their:
    A)The trees are losing their leaves.
    B)They left their books in school.
    There:
    A)I went there because I wanted to.
    B)There are some important tips you need to follow as your guide.

  317. Wonte Praise Chioma says:

    Department: Journalism and Media Studies
    Mat.No: De.2021/6821

    1. Your vs You’re
    a.Your timing is terrible.
    b.I hope you’re going to get the job done by the deadline.

    2. Who vs That
    a.She needed someone who would understand her.
    b.She told me that she wasn’t hungry.

    3.Between vs Among
    a.I stood between my mother and my father.
    b.He danced among the crowd.

    4.Lose vs loose
    a.I won’t lose to anyone.
    b.The rope was tied in a loose knot.

    5.To vs Too
    a.We are going to the arena.
    b.The tea is too hot!

    6.Affect vs Effect
    a.Smoking affects your lungs and blood flow.
    b.These are the effects smoking.

    7.They’re, Their, There
    a.They’re all outside.
    b.Their parents left for work.
    c.There are two lecturers in the classroom.

    8.I.e vs e.g
    a.I love seafoods I.e shrimps, tuna, clams.
    b.I love stone fruits e.g cherries, peaches.

    9.Into vs in to
    a.They all went into the room.
    b.Go in to take your bath.

    10.Then vs Than
    a.I haven’t heard from her since then.
    b.I like cake better than pie.

  318. Norbert Tamunobelema Regina
    De2021/6740
    Cinematography and broadcasting
    Answer :
    1)its vs it’s
    Its
    a) The tire has lost its air
    b) The bird flapped its wings
    It’s
    a) it’s hot outside today
    b) it’s a good day for sailing

    2)Into vs In to
    Into
    a) I logged into my account
    b) He went into his car
    In to
    a) Tune in to our next radio broadcast same time next week
    b) We decided to dive in to avoid the cold outside

    3)Then vs Than
    Then
    a) I was fitter then
    b) Run to the lake then jump in
    Than
    a) she is smarter than you
    b) if my car doesn’t start I’ll rather take the bus than walk

    4)E.g vs E.i
    E.g
    a) when I flip the coin,say one possibilities e.g heads
    b)I want to know everything about you e.g where you’re from and what you do
    e.i
    a) she’s a hoosie i.e she’s from Indiana
    b) I am a vegan i.e I don’t eat animal based
    products

    5)Less vs Fewer
    Less
    a) I missed work this year than last
    b) Less than five children live in the apartment
    Fewer
    a) she gets in fewer work outs than he does
    b) John has fewer fishing lures than Jack

    6)Your vs You’re
    Your
    a) that is not your toy
    b) Your dress is really beautiful
    You’re
    a) You’re an amazing person
    b) Take a break or you’re going to tire yourself out

    7)Who vs That
    Who
    a) Who are you?
    b) Anya is the one who rescued the bird
    That
    a) Do you know that the teacher can help us
    b) This is the key that fits the front door

    8)Affect vs Effect
    Affect
    a) Your opinions do not affect my decisions
    b) Not winning didn’t affect her as much
    Effect
    a) The weather had a great effect on the crops
    b) A poor diet can eventually have an effect on your hair condition

    9)To vs Too
    To
    a) it’s time to have your dinner
    b) I am on my way to church
    Too
    a) He, too, wrote a book
    b) she is fast and strong too

    10)lose and loose
    Lose
    a) I hope I don’t lose my dog
    b) we can’t afford to lose anymore money
    Loose
    a) Your clothes are getting loose
    b)My dog escaped from his kennel and is running loose in the streets

  319. Charles Mary says:

    Name: CHARLES MARY TEMITOPE
    Department: PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ADVERTISING
    Matric No. De.2021/9460

    AFFECT/ EFFECT
    For Affect:
    *Smoking Tobacco can adversely affect your lungs and blood flow.

    For Effect:
    *The main effect of studying more is better grades.

  320. Name: Appolos Awajionyi Tobiah
    Dept: Development and communication studies
    Matric No: DE.2021/6691
    1. They’re vs Their vs There
    THEY’RE
    a. “They’re” planning to go on vacation in November.
    b. I hope “they’re” aware of the risks associated with that decision.
    THEIR
    a. The trees are losing “their” leaves.
    b. “Their” dog is always barking.
    THERE
    a. The book is right over “there”.
    b. “There” is nothing else that i care about.
    2. Your vs You’re
    YOUR
    a. “Your” father seems very nice.
    b. May all “your” dreams come true!.
    YOU’RE
    a. I’m awfully glad “you’re” my brother
    b. “You’re” a brilliant teacher
    3. Its vs It’s
    ITS
    a. A computer can update “its” drive.
    b. This frog is too small for “its” aquarium.
    IT’S
    a. “It’s” always raining in the north.
    b. “It’s” been an unforgettable day.
    4. Affect vs effect
    AFFECT
    a. Hugs can “affect” a person’s immune system in a positive way.
    b. Smoking tobacco can adversely “affect” your lungs and blood flow.
    EFFECT
    a. Parents worry about the “effect” of music on their adolescent’s behavior.
    b. Decisions do not take “effect” automatically.
    5. To vs Too
    TO
    a. She shook her head “to” clear it.
    b. The memory brought goosebumps “to” her arms.
    TOO
    a. It’s not “too” late to change your mind.
    b. I’m “too” close to my goal to give up now.
    6. Who vs That
    WHO
    a. The boy “who” sat beside him was his son.
    b. “Who” is behind this enterprise?.
    THAT
    a. I thought “that” was the best way to carry her.
    b. “That” is the least we can do!.
    7. Lose vs Loose
    LOSE
    a. He was about to”lose” all hope.
    b. It was stupid of me to”lose” it and act like a school kid.
    LOOSE
    a. I can’t afford to “loose” any of them at this point.
    b. His kisses were intoxicating, and this was no place to “loose” control.
    8. Then vs Than
    THEN
    a. She said something and “then” rode ahead.
    b. Her lower lip pushed out and “then” she started to cry.
    THAN
    a. Actions speak louder “than” words.
    b. This antibiotics seems to be working better “than” the previous one.
    9. Less vs Fewer
    LESS
    a. You have “less” than a month to go.
    b. I expect nothing “less” from you.
    FEWER
    a. We like to travel in the autumn when there are “fewer” tourist.
    b. Women commit “fewer” crimes than men.
    10. Between vs Among
    BETWEEN
    a. There is a door “between” the two rooms.
    b. I got stuck “between” two rocks.
    AMONG
    a. I am proud to count her “among” my friends.
    b. He sends soldiers “among” us to take away our liberty.

  321. NSA Favour Mmayen says:

    1)Your vs You’re
    Your
    *Your clothes are on the bed.
    *I am not planning to come to your house
    You’re;
    *You’re the perfect person for the job
    *You’re late for lectures
    2) They’re vs There vs Their
    They’re
    *I guess they’re are not trust worthy
    *They’re are going to come soon
    There
    *We can can see them over there
    *She has lived there for two years
    Their
    *Their car is Blue
    This is their money
    3)Its vs it’s
    It’s
    *The book is in its position
    *The bread is past its expiry date
    It’s
    *It’s a nice car
    *He said it’s a two days journey
    4)Affect vs Effect
    Affect
    *The weather condition will affect the number of people waiting to travel
    *The change of environment will affect my marriage
    Effect
    *The straining order will go into effect by 10am
    *This new job will have a positive effect in my life
    5)To vs Too
    To
    *I am going to Liverpool next week
    *We will go to the party by 5am
    Too
    *The rice is too salty
    *The pay was too good to decline
    6)I.e vs E.g
    I.e
    *She is from Cross River i.e she is a Nigerian
    *Only one club i.e mine has anchored the programme
    E.g
    *I love sports e.g football, volleyball.
    *She supports the premier league clubs e.g Liverpool and Arsenal.
    7)Who vs That
    Who
    *That’s the boy who scored the goal
    *Chelsea is the one who wants to go
    That
    *Vera told me that she would be late for class
    That car is mine
    8)Lose vs Loose
    Lose
    *You have nothing to lose
    *She doesn’t want to lose you
    Loose
    *I wear mostly loose shoes
    *The rope was tied to a lose knot
    9)Than vs Then
    Than
    *I love Strawberry than Chocolate ice cream
    *I prefer watching sports than participating in it
    Then
    *I went home first then I came to take something I forgot
    *First I went to the store and then I bought gas
    10) Between vs Among
    Between
    *She stood between her father and mother
    *She is coming between our friendship
    Among
    *The disease spread quick among the church members
    *The ball was hidden among the leaves.

  322. Jumbo Fortune Amonia says:

    1) it’s vs it’s
    a)I think it’s break time already.
    b) Each region has its own custom.
    2) Your vs you’re
    a) Please wash your hands before dinner.
    b) You’re typically Yoruba.
    3) Affect vs Effect
    a) Try not to let emotions affect your decisions.
    b) The color gives the effect of being warm.
    4) To vs Too
    a) Charly drove to the city.
    b) This time, I think he went too far.
    5) Who vs That
    a) who was elected recently?
    b) That is my Teacher.
    6) Who vs Whom
    a) Find out who they are.
    b) The man whom you wrote to was my Teacher.
    7) Lose vs Loose
    a) We have no time to lose.
    b) Please,loose the boat from its moorings.
    8) Then vs Than
    a) She walked to the door, then turned.
    b) It is easier said than done.
    9) Assure vs Ensure
    a) I assure you we can read this article
    b) They took steps to ensure the president’s safety.
    10) Less vs Fewer
    a) In less than four hours we shall end this meeting.
    b) I take fewer vacations every year.

  323. Ezechie Caleb azuka says:

    Department: cinematography and broadcasting studies
    Name: Ezechie Caleb Azuka

    1 To Vs Too
    To:
    The bag belongs to mr. Demi
    Favor has to be in this gathering
    Too:
    Mrs chike’s bag is too expensive
    Favor added too much spice in her dish

    2. E.g Vs i.e
    E.g
    The man ask the children to give some e.g of color
    E.g of fruit are apple, orange etc
    I.e
    Demi is an half cast i.e she doesn’t actually belong here
    He prefers rice to beans i.e he likes rice
    3.Affect Vs Effect
    Affect
    Smoking of cigarettes damage the lungs
    Watering of plants affect the crops positively
    Effect
    The effects of glossophobia, is the fear of public speaking
    Peter Obi’s speech had a positive impact on us
    4. Who Vs That
    Who
    Who is the former president of USA
    Who is the boy u gave my phone
    That
    That bag belongs to mr Obi
    That man there is my father
    5. Into Vs In to
    Into
    The bible say “go into the world and preach the gospel
    The man went into his room after bathing
    In to
    Amadi was asked to go in to bring money
    David went in to swim at the swimming pool
    6.Than Vs then
    Than
    My meat pie is bigger than Emily’s own
    We are not better than those who don’t have parents
    Then
    The dog chase the man then he ran as fast as he could
    Then came the mighty wind to blew then all.

    7. Use of Commas
    a. “I have wool cotton fabric and knitting spoke” rather than “I have wool, cotton fabric,and knitting spoke”
    b. “Obele friends are hannah Faith and grace” rather than “Obele’s friends are hannah, Faith, and Grace”
    8. Your Vs you’re
    Your
    Ogechi your food is on the table
    I love your dad so much because of his kindness
    You’re
    You’re welcome to school
    You’re the cockroach in my cupboard
    9. Whose Vs who’s
    Whose
    Whose shirt is on my basket
    Whose bag is this
    Who’s
    Who’s is knocking at the door
    Who’s that man speaking to kelechi
    10.lose Vs loose
    Lose
    I don’t want to lose my sick father
    I don’t think I want to lose my boy friend
    Loose
    The dog has loose its chain
    The tight bow tie need to get loose before I get chocked

  324. Okechukwu God's favour chioma says:

    Name: Okechukwu God’s favour chioma
    Matric no: De.2021/5189
    Department: Development and communication studies

    1) They’re vs Their vs There
    a) There is no way I could know it was
    their paint or that they’re really not
    into sharing.
    b) The boat over there is their boat
    and they’re going to take me
    fishing next week.

    2) Your vs you’re
    a) you’re not to speak to your
    mother in that manner.
    b) you’re as arrogant as your
    boss.

    3)Its vs it’s
    a) its mine so it’s okay to use it.
    b) it’s said that everything is funny
    as long as its happening to
    someone else.

    4) Affect vs Effect
    a) The after effect would affect
    your mental health negatively.
    b)At work ,I affect a positive
    attitude but in reality,my job only
    effect is to make me miserable.

    5)To vs Too
    a) it was too sunny to leave the
    house.
    b)she looks too elegant to behave
    like she does.

    6) i.e vs e.g
    a) we will continue to offer our
    standard discount, i.e 10% off .
    b) Also,we will offer additional
    special discount,e.g ,20% off for
    new customers.

    7) who vs That
    a) Who thought about that idea?
    b) who told you that I was sick
    and was admitted?

    8)Then vs Than
    a) if messing won laliga three for three
    seasons in a row , then he is better
    than Ronaldo.
    3) If your solution is correct,then you
    are better than all your mates .

    9) use of comma :
    a) my told my mom,my sister,and my
    grandma to stop.
    b) I went to the market and I got
    plantain,yams, tomatoes and few
    other things .

    10) Assure vs Insure vs Ensure:
    a) I assure you sir , everything would
    be taken care of .
    b) Kelvin , ensure everything goes as
    planned .

  325. Tamunoseimieibi Tonye-Nathan says:

    Name: Tamunoseimieibi Tonye-Nathan
    Department: Journalism and Media Studies
    Mat No: DE.2021/6796
    1. Between vs. Among
    i. He stood between his mother and his father
    ii.They put up a fence between their house and their neighbor’s house.

    iii. The house is nestled among the trees.
    iv. There were ducks among the geese.

    2. Your and You’re
    i. Your friend isn’t a very nice person
    ii. I do not like your attitude

    iii. You’re not very smart
    iv. I find it hard to believe that you’re not feeling cold.

    3. Its vs It’s
    i. It’s hard to choose between these two colours
    ii. It’s my fault and his.

    iii. The dog hurt its paw.
    iv. Columbia University seems to have forgotten its core values.

    4. To vs Too
    i. I am going to school today.
    ii. Are we going to the restaurant?

    iii. He, too, wrote a book.
    iv. The sauna is way too hot for me.

    5. i.e vs e.g
    i. She’s a Hoosier, i.e she’s from Indiana.
    ii. The hotel offers turndown service; i.e the maid will prepare the bed for sleeping

    iii.  “She roots for the local teams, e.g, the Pacers and the Colts.”
    iv. The Summer Olympics is composed of a variety of sports (e.g., gymnastics, swimming, and tennis)

    6. Then vs Than
    i. First I went to the store, and then I got gas
    ii. Finish your homework, and then you can watch TV.

    iii. I like cake better than pie.
    iv. She would rather stay in than go out.

    7. They’re vs Their
    i. They’re going out together
    ii. They’re eating.

    iii. The trees are loosing their leaves
    iv. It’s their house

    8. Who vs That
    i. Brown is the one who rescued the bird.
    ii. Sarima is the scientist who proposed the laws of planetary motion. 

    iii. I am the one that stole the money
    iv. Oliver is the president of the association that nurses injured wild animals back to health.

    9. Lose vs Loose
    i. I think we’re going to lose the game.
    ii.I’ll need to lose weight if I want to wear that dress.

    iii.My daughter has her first loose tooth.
    iv. Her dress was too loose so she tried on a smaller size.

    10. Into vs In to
    i. He threw the paper into the trash
    ii. She’s turning into a beautiful lady

    iii.I will plug in to this guitar amp
    iv. She brought me in to train for the job.

  326. Aleruchi Chioma Desire says:

    Name: Aleruchi Chioma Desire
    Mat. No.: DE. 2021/6841
    Department: Journalism and Media Studies
    1. It’s Vs Its
    It’s
    i. It’s past your bed time.
    ii. It’s not a good idea to waste resources.
    Its
    i. The bird is in its house.
    ii. The plant is in its pot.
    2. Affect Vs Effect
    Affect
    i. How does your problem affect her?
    ii. Hard drugs can affect the health negatively.
    Effect
    i. We have to give the medication time to effect.
    ii. David had a positive effect in my life.
    3. Too Vs To
    Too
    i. Caleb too wrote a book.
    ii. Ikenna was too drunk to see the trailer coming.
    To
    i. Blessing handed the invite to me.
    ii. I am off to work.
    4. Who Vs That
    Who
    i. Who is at the door?
    ii. Who won the show?
    That
    i. That is her book.
    ii. Please return that envelope to the owner.
    5. Then Vs Than
    Then
    i. I will go to the shopping mall then I will go to the cinema.
    ii. I ate too many sweet things then.
    Than
    i. Ego is smarter than her sister.
    ii. I like sharwama better than pizza.
    6. Between Vs Among
    Between
    i. What is the difference between a novel and a poem.
    ii. I hid