1. Read the following passage carefully and provide the appropriate punctuation marks to make it meaningful.
Yesterday I visited the Kumasi Mall on adventure and met my friend Tricia she was
surprised to see me after 30 years She screamed Hei Nello what are you doing here I
replied I came there on an adventure window shopping When I asked her whether she
was alone she indicated that she was there with her sister friend Nancy we decided to
walk together to explore available products some items we saw were cutlery stationery
furniture toiletries electrical gadgets and confectionaries in fact it was a time for a reunion of lost friendship nancy asked what a comb-binder was and I responded combbinder an electric gadget used to grill bread since it was getting late we left the Mall
2. Summarize the key issues in the following passage in a paragraph of about 200 words.
Ghana has reported over 1000 COVID-19 cases and taken several measures to stop its
spread, including closure of borders and lockdown in 40 districts and municipalities.
Similar measures are in place in at least 40 countries on the continent – including
neighbouring Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire and Togo. Because of land border closures, we
can expect the economies of 46 border districts of Ghana to be negatively impacted. This
is true for border economies across the 40 African countries that have closed land borders
– leading to a significant disruption in supply chain and reduction in consumption. In
addition, the restrictions on movement will also impact individuals and businesses in
those localities. Hopefully this pain will not be long, and sooner or later, we shall begin
the process of recovery.