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Exam paper College Reading 1 ( TESL )

Exam paper College Reading 1 ( TESL )

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05/10/2014

 
CONFIDENTIALED/APR 2007/TSL011
UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARAFINAL EXAMINATIONCOURSECOURSE CODEEXAMINATIONTIME: COLLEGE READING 1: TSL011: APRIL 2007: 2 HOURS
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES
1.
2.
3.
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5.This question paper consists of
two
(2) parts : PART APARTBAnswer
ALL
questions in the Question Paper.Fill in the details below before the examination starts:Student Registration Number :Lecturer's Name :Class :Section I (10 Questions)Section II (5 Questions)Section I (11 Questions)Section II (10 Questions)Do not bring any material into the examination room unless permission is given by theinvigilator.Please check to make sure that this examination pack consists of:i) the Question Paper
DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO
This examination paper consists of
13
printed pages
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Hak Cipta Universiti Teknologi MARA
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PART A (20 MARKS)Section IInstructions:
Read text
1
and text 2, then fill in the referents for the words/phrases in thebox below.
TEXT1
In Malaysia, like in many other developed countries, a new sub-culture called 'latch-keychildren' is developing. By this is meant that children look after themselves at home. Themore affluent families have maids to look after them.
(1) Others
have baby sitters. Childrenfrom infancy are left in other people's care while their parents go to work. It is a commonsight to see mothers or fathers carrying sleeping infants in the morning and taking them today-care centres before leaving for work.
(2) This
is such a common thing today that awhole industry of day care centres have sprung up. In a few cases, there are even day-carecentres provided by enlightened employers as part of an employment package. Parentsgenerally take their young ones home in the evenings. Some leave them at the homes ofbaby sitters, often the children's grandparents or aunts and uncles, and take them home onlyon weekends. (3)
These
and other arrangements go on till the child is old, and independent,enough to take care of itself at home. Children being left in the care of others is not
(4) anew phenomenon.
In most countries, throughout history, children have been left atboarding schools. This is usually the case of older children.
(5) The children
have generallyfared well and in many cases have excelled in their studies.
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2.
3.
4.
5.OthersThisThesea new phenomenonThe childrenReferent(5 marks)
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TEXT 2
After all the indignities that have been done to animals by man since the beginning of time, itseems ridiculous to even ask if transplanting their organs into humans can ever be justified.Man has enslaved most animals except the wildest. Animals serve (1)
his
every need: asbeasts of burden, as performers, as pets and especially as
food.
It seems so logical toassume that it is justifiable to do anything to animals. If that is the case, then by serving asorgan donors to man, and dying in
(2) the process,
the animals are certainly serving ahigher purpose-albeit unwillingly than dying to be man's
food.
Studies reveal that man wasoriginally vegetarian. Then he started to eat meat. After that he started to kill for the pleasureof (3)
it.
His target: defenseless animals. If all he wants is
food,
all his needs would besatisfied through farming.
(4) That
never seems to be enough, so he has to eat exotic foodand hunt down wild animals. Animals have been used in scientific testing for centuries now.This is true not only for medicines but also for other purposes like the effects of cosmeticsand smoking tobacco. Armies also use animals to test the effectiveness of their weapons. Asfellow inhabitants of the earth, is this what they deserve? If we can do
(5) such acts
mercilessly, then transplanting animal organs into ourselves seems to be a lesser
evil.
Butthen why do evil at all?
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2.
3.
4.
5.histhe processitThatsuch actsReferent(5 marks)
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