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Bahasa NO. KAD PENGENALAN/ - -
Inggeris I.C. NUMBER
Kertas 2 ANGKA GILIRAN/
2016 INDEX NUMBER
2 jam 15 minit

SMK TAMAN MOUNT AUSTIN


BAHASA INGGERIS KERTAS 2

Dua jam lima belas minit

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU


Arahan
1. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 33 soalan.
For Examiners
2. Jawab semua soalan. Use
3. Bulatkan jawapan anda untuk Bahagian A di dalam
Section Total Marks
kertas jawapan di halaman 17.

4. Untuk Bahagian B, Bahagian C dan Bahagian D, A 15


tuliskan jawapan anda di ruang yang disediakan di dalam
kertas soalan ini. B 10

C 25
Instructions
D 20
1.This question paper consists of 33 questions.
2. Answer all questions.
Total 70
3. Circle your answers for Section A on the answer sheet on page 17.
4. Write your answers for Section B , Section C and Section D in the
space provided in this question paper.

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Section A

[15 marks]

[Time suggested : 25 minutes]

For a Healthier and Prettier You


Eat More Carrots!

Few people know that carrots are a wonder food


They prevent cancer, lower the risk of heart attacks,
help you to look young and they are also good for your eyes.
So do yourself a favour and keep munching on them.

1 The advertisement above implies that few people


A understand what carrots are.
B know the benefits of eating carrots.
C suffer from cancer and heart ailments.
D realise that carrots are to be munched

2 What does the advertiser hope to get?


A Extra sales people.
B Extra money for business.

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C More free time for their workers.


D A new range of kitchen products

WATER
EVERY
DROP
COUNTS

3 The slogan above tells us that water is


A wasted
B precious
C plentiful
D expensive

4. In the above quotation,


A. to be happy, we must change the world
B. we should keep on hoping for a better world
C. we should change other people to change the world
D. to change the world, we must change ourselves first

Computer Cartoon Drawing Workshop

Give your child a head start in the world of computer graphics, colours and cartoons.

Venue: Popeye Cartoon World


Age group: 12 -15

5. The phrase head start means


A. to be a genius
B. to think and act wisely
C. to acquire computer graphic skills
D. to be in a better position than other children

Shadow in the Dark


A thrilling story of strange happenings and
suspense.
6. What type of movie is Shadow in the Dark?
A. Horror.
B. Comedy.

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C. Mystery.
D. Science-fiction.

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Make Crossing Safer For Pedestrians


I hope the authorities will make the pedestrian
crossing at the Sri Petaling traffic lights safe for
us to use when crossing the road. Many times
when the pedestrian crossing light is green and
the traffic lights are red, cars still zoom past. This
makes it too dangerous to cross the road even
though the light is green. We have to watch for
oncoming cars before trying to cross. We hope
something is done before it is too late as many
senior citizens and children use this pedestrian
crossing.
CK EWE
Kuala
Lumpur

7. The extract above is a complaint about


A. the pedestrian traffic lights at Sri Petaling.
B. the dangers of crossing the road at traffic lights.
C. vehicles not stopping at pedestrian crossing lights.
D. the use of the pedestrian crossing by senior citizens and children.

8. In the cartoon above, the doctor advises the patient


A not to relate stress with insomnia.
B to lose more sleep over his problem.
C not to worry too much about his problem.
D to sleep soundly to overcome his problem.

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Questions 9 15 are based on the following passage. Choose the best answer to fill in each
blank.

Hundreds of pounds of abandoned gear and trash are left on Mount Everest every year.
For decades, bad weather, sheer exhaustion and injury [9] climbers to leave a trail of litter
all the way to the mountains peak. Many teams are ...[10] a strong effort to reduce the waste
on the mountain. However, there has been an increase in climbers [11] make waste
management a major problem on the worlds highest peak.
The Inventa Everest 2000 Environmental Expedition Climbing team plans on [12] all
the garbage from Everests high camps and shipping it back to the States for disposal and
recycling. The team ...[13] to hire 25-30 Sherpa guides to help them in their clean-up quest.
The abandoned tents, the poles, the fuel canisters, oxygen bottles and the garbage on this
beautiful peak will be removed. If a group of people can go up there [14] clean up the
mountain to help the environment , we hope to inspire [15] to clean up the environment
closer to home, the team leader of Inventa said.
Other teams have cleaned up trash on the mountains, but Inventas expedition is the
first attempt to completely clean up the high camps of trash.

9 A have forced 13 A hopes

B has forced B hoping

C had forced C has hoped

D is forcing D have hoped

10 A make 14 A but

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B made B and

C making C so that

D to make D although

11 A who 15 A person

B what B people

C which C crowd

D whose D public

12 A remove

B removes

C removed

D removing

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Section B
[10 marks]
[Time Suggested: 25 minutes]

Questions 16-25 Read the information below and complete the graphic organiser that follows.

One of the ways we can help save the environment is by learning


the difference between needs" and "wants. Much of the carbon
dioxide emissions and waste generated are a result of our wants
that we convince ourselves are our needs. We tell ourselves we need
a big petrol-guzzling SUV because we need the space for long
Dr Anand drives. Many do not realise that a smaller car will do, too.

Examine everything you want to throw out. Is it broken or just


old? Can you repair it? Can you recycle it? Can you give it to
someone who needs it? Consider the four Rs : reduce, reuse,
repair and recycle. If your local authority does not have a
recycling station, then campaign for one to be set up. You can
save the environment by recycling.
Puan Maimunah

Do not be a water guzzler A few easy things to reduce your water


consumption is to turn the tap off when brushing your teeth. Have a
shower instead of a bath. Collect rain water to water the plants. Fix
leaky taps. Wash only full loads of laundry.

Mrs Chew

Exercise and walk to wherever you want to go. It is good for


you. There are other ways of travelling to work. Cycle or take
a bus and if all else fails, car pool.

Mr Jacob

I will support local farmers by shopping for vegetables grown


locally as this will reduce fuel costs and long supply chains. Locally
grown vegetables are cheaper and taste better. Use all vegetable
and food waste as compost for your garden.

Encik Rosli

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Questions 16 20
Based on the information given, complete the following table.

No Description Person who made the


suggestion

Consume local produce


16

Conserve water
17

Recycle things
18

Lead a healthy lifestyle


19

Keep the environment clean


20

Questions 21 25
Based on the information given, complete the following sentences with short
answers.

21. Vegetables that are grown by local farmers ____________________________ [1 mark]

22. If we are not careful, our wants may lead to ___________________________ [1 mark]

23. By walking to work, we get to ________________________________________ [1 mark]

24. One way to conserve water is by _____________________________________ [1 mark]

25. Before throwing away used items, we should ____________________________ [1 mark]

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Section C
[25 marks]
[Time suggested : 50 minutes]

Questions 26 31 are based on the following passage

1 Few people have gone through their teens without feeling at sometime or
other that they were not understood by their parents. It should not surprise
them to find that people occasionally fail to understand them. Often enough
they find it hard to understand themselves especially during the turbulent
teens. This bitter mood of loneliness in teenagers usually follows some 5
disagreement with their parents. Jason may be told not to go to a certain
movie. Pat may be told not to mix with certain companions and Alice is
forbidden to see a certain boy while Anna is refused money for a new dress
for a party. So they conclude that their parents are old-fashioned squares
who just do not understand the youth of today. 10

2 If you look back over the past 16 to 19 years you can, I am sure, find ample
evidence that your parents love you. They have, for instance, spent a fortune
on you; on clothes food, shelter, entertainment and education. Probably both
your father and mother have done without a thing so that they could spend
money on you. Besides, they have spent hours, years rather, caring for you 15
and your comfort from the days when they walked you up and down the
bedroom in the early hours of the morning trying to get you back to sleep,
right down to the last meal your mother cooked for you. In fact, you and your
happiness have been at the back of all their decisions and plans. They have
proven that they love you more than anyone else you know probably more 20
than anyone else ever will.

3 Therefore, you can be sure that any regulations they make, any prohibitions
they impose, any commands they give is motivated by their love for you and
their desire for your happiness. You can be sure that no one is more
interested in your welfare and happiness than they are. Whatever you think 25
of their ideas, at least you must concede that their intentions are good. Of
course the misunderstood teenagers will say that they do not question their
parents love. It is just that their parents have such ideas and such old-
fashioned ways of looking at things. They have not moved with the times.

4 Teenagers should realize that parents, when giving advice to their sons or 30
daughters, talk from experience their own and that of others they have
known. They have been through the teens themselves and can remember
their problems, their dreams, their fears and their hopes. They have met all
the situations you are now encountering and many, many more that you have
not yet encountered. They know from their experience how they overcame 35
this or that problem, how they ran into danger doing this or following that
course of action. They remember people who slipped morally, and others
who messed up their own lives. Your parents remember how it all started and
where these people went wrong.

5 It is their dearest wish to save you from similar mistakes and so they use 40
their experience to protect you from anything or anyone they can see who
would endanger your faith, your morals or your happiness. That is why
parents are not impressed when you say, But lots of young folks are allowed

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to do such and such a thing. Your parents know that there have
always been those who were allowed such liberties and they have seen the 45
results. They want to save you from those results.

6 Perhaps you have failed to prove that you are grown-up enough to be
trusted; maybe you have lied about where you have been or with whom;
maybe the friends you have selected so far are not worthwhile and your
parents fear that you lack judgment; maybe you have not enough interest in 50
your religious duties and your parents are trying to save you from further
drifting from the truth, religion and morals. The quickest way to be treated like
an adult is to act like one.

7 Of course, parents are not infallible and they can also make mistakes. They
can have blind spots in their judgments. They can let their opinion of 55
someone be warped by prejudice. They can misread a situation and
condemn it unreasonably. But when they impose some restrictions or
regulations, they presumption is that they do understand and that they have
good reason for making it, a reason based on their love for you. If you
remember this instead of wallowing in immature self-pity and sobbing over 60
poor little me you will be a lot easier to live with. You will be a great deal
happier and you will have a sure and safe guidance over the dangerous
years.

26. From paragraph 1,

a) how do most people who go through their teens feel?

(1 mark)

b) suggest one reason for the disagreement between a child and his parents

( 1 mark)

27. From paragraph 2

a) why do most parents spend a fortune on their childs clothes, food, shelter, entertainment and
education?

. (1 mark)

b) what is the main reason behind the decisions and plans made by parents?

( 1 mark)

28.a) From paragraph 3, what is the misunderstood teenagers perception of his parents?

(1 mark)

b) From paragraph 5, how do parents react when their children say But lots of young folks are
allowed to do such and such a thing

( 1 mark)
29. From paragraph 6,

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a) which phrase has the same meaning as an inability to form a good opinion

(1 mark)

b) suggest a reason why parents may not trust their child.

( 1 mark)

30. Explain in your own words how parents can make mistakes.

.. ( 2 marks)

31. Based on the passage given, write a summary of:

the reasons why parents give advice and have regulations for their teenagers
how teenagers should react to the advice and regulations.

Credit will be given for use of own words but care must be taken not to change the original
meaning.

Your summary must :


be in continuous writing (not in note form)
use the material from lines 22 to 53
not be longer than 130 words, including the 10 words given below

Begin your summary as follows :


Parents make regulations or impose prohibitions on their teenagers because

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Section D
[20 marks]
[Time suggested : 35 minutes]

Question 32
Read the following stanzas from the poem The Charge of the Light Brigade and answer the
questions that follow.

Half a league, half a league,


Half a league onward,
All in the valley of Death
Rode the six hundred.
Forward, the Light Brigade!
Charge for the guns! he said:
Into the valley of Death
Rode the six hundred.

Forward, the Light Brigade!


Was there a man dismayed?
Not though the soldier knew
Someone had blundered
Theirs not to make reply,
Theirs not to reason why,
Theirs but to do and die
Into the valley of Death
Rode the six hundred.

Alfred, Loyd Tennyson

1 What is the poem about?

........
[1 mark]
2. How many soldiers are there in the Light Brigade?
2
....
[1 mark]
3. Who is some one in the fourth line of the second stanza?

3 ....
[1 mark]

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4. What did the following lines tell you about the soldiers?
4 Theirs not to make replies / Theirs not to reason why/ Theirs but to do and die

....

....
[2 marks]

Question 33
The following are the texts studied in the literature component in English Language.

Tanjung Rhu - Minfong Ho

Based on the texts, answer the following question using details from the text
you have studied:

describe an important event from the story.

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[15 marks]

** End Of Question Paper **

Prepared By; Checked By;

..

( PN HARTINI BINTI MAH HUSIN) ( PN SYAKIRAH
ISABEL BINTI ABDULLAH )

Prepared By;

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..
( PN AMBIA BINTI MAT )

MARK SCHEME
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SECTION A

1 B 6. C 11. A
.
2 A 7. A 12. D
.
3 B 8. C 13. A
.
4 D 9. A 14. B
.
5 D 10. C 15. B
.

SECTION B

16. Encik Rosli


17. Mrs Chew
18. Puan Maimunah
19. Mr Jacob
20. Dr Anand
21. are cheaper and taste better
22. needs
23. exercise
24. turning the tap off when brushing your teeth / having a shower instead of a bath
/collecting rain water to water the plants/ washing only full loads of laundry (any one)
25. examine them / consider the 4 Rs

SECTION C

26 a. It is evidence to show that their parents love them / to show the parents love for their
children
b. He/ she is not allowed to go to a certain movie / cannot mix with certain companions
/ forbidden to see a certain boy / refused money for a new dress or party
27 a. To show their love (for their children)
b Their childs happiness
28 a They are old fashioned / their ideas and ways of looking at things are old-fashioned /

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they have not moved with the times


b No reaction / they are not impressed
29 a lack judgment
b The child has failed to prove that he is grown up enough to be trusted / he has lied
about where he has been or with whom
30 Their judgment is controlled by prejudice / situations are misread and condemned
Unreasonably

31. Summary writing : Marks are awarded as follow:

Content : 10 marks
Language : 5 marks
Total : 15 marks

Content points for summary


1. of their love for their children / they love their children
2. they desire their teenagers happiness
3. interested in their welfare
4. parents intentions are ood (irrespective of what teenagers think of their ideas)
5. when giving advice, parents talk from experience
6. they have been through the teens themselves
7. experience has taught them how to overcome their problems
8. they remember (how it all started and) where people went wrong
9. they wish to save their teenagers from committing similar mistakes
10. they use their experience to protect their child
11. from others who would endanger their faith / morals / happiness
12. teenagers should act like an adult if they want to be treated as one
13. they should not lie
14. they should be careful over their choice of friends
15. they should show interest in their religious duties

SUMMARY: CRITERIA FOR STYLE AND PRESENTATION

MAR PARAPHRASE MARK USE OF ENGLISH


K
5 A sustained attempt to re-phrase text. 5 Very occasional first draft slips.
Expression is secure. Allowance given Language is accurate. Varied
for phrases / words lifted from text that sentence structures. Use of original
are difficult to substitute complex syntax. Punctuation and
spelling accurate.

4 A noticeable attempt to re-phrase text. 4 Language almost always accurate.


Free from stretches of concentrated Isolated serious errors. Some varied
lifting. Expression generally sound. structures. Sentences may include
original complex syntax.
Punctuation and spelling nearly
always accurate.

3 Language almost always accurate. 3 Language is largely accurate. Simple


Isolated serious errors. Some varied structures tend to dominate.
structures. Sentences may include Noticeable serious errors but not
original complex syntax. Punctuation frequent. Sentences that show some

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and spelling nearly always accurate. varieties and complexities will


generally be lifted from the text.
Punctuation and spelling largely
accurate.

2 Wholesale copying of text material, 2 More frequent serious errors but


not a complete transcript of the meaning never in doubt. Simple
original. Own language limited to structures but accuracy not
single word substitution. Irrelevant sustained. Simple punctuation and
sections more frequent. spelling of simple words largely
accurate. Irrelevant or distorted
details might destroy sequence in
places.

1 More or less a complete transcript of the 1 Heavy frequency of serious errors.


text. Random transcription of Fractured syntax. Poor punctuation
irrelevant parts of text. and spelling. Errors impede reading.

SECTION D

Question 32
a. He told him his wrath
b. He watered it in fears and tears and sunned it with smiles and deceitful wiles
c. The personas anger / the poison tree / the tree
d. Yes / No with an acceptable reason

Question 33
Guidelines for marking question 33
Response - 10 marks ( Refer to the band descriptors for response)
Language - 5 marks ( Refer to the band descriptors for language)

RESPONSE (10 marks)


Score Band Descriptors
Response is relevant to the task specified and is well-supported with
9-10 evidence from the text. Main and supporting ideas are relevant to the
task specified. Ideas presented clearly, well-organised and easily
understood.
Response is relevant to the task specified and is usually supported
7-8 with evidence from the text. Main and supporting ideas are mostly
relevant to the task specified. Ideas presented fairly clear, and easily
understood.
Response is likely to be intermittently relevant to the task specified.
5-6 The response is supported with some evidence from the text. Writing
contains some ideas that are relevant to the task specified. Ideas
presented generally clear and can be understood.
Response may be barely relevant to the task specified. The
3-4 response is unlikely to have textual support. Writing barely contains
ideas that may be relevant to the task specified. Ideas presented
may be difficult to understand.
Has barely any understanding of the requirements of the task. Writes
0-2 in a disorganized way. No coherence. Has no understanding of the
task. Response provided in language other than English or no
response.

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LANGUAGE (5 MARKS)
SCORE BAND DESCRIPTORS
5 Apart from occasional slips, language is always accurate. Sentence
structure is varied. Punctuation is accurate. Spelling is secure.
4 Language is almost always accurate. Unnoticeable serious errors may
occur. Punctuation is accurate. Spelling is nearly always secure.
3 Language largely accurate. Simple structures tend to dominate.
Noticeable serious errors may occur when more complex structures are
attempted. Punctuation is largely accurate. Spelling is mostly secure.
2 Meaning is not in doubt. Serious errors become more frequent. Very
simple structures used but accuracy is not sustained. Simple punctuation
is usually correct. Spelling of simple words accurate. Irrelevant or
distorted details destroy the sequence.
1 Heavy frequency of serious errors impedes reading. Fractured syntax is
rampant. Punctuation falters. Spelling mostly inaccurate.

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