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JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU Arahan 1. 2. 3. 4. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi dua bahagian: Bahagian A dan Bahagian B. Jawab kedua-dua bahagian Jawapan anda hendaklah ditulis dalam kertas jawapan yang disediakan. Sekiranya ruang jawapan tidak mencukupi, sila dapatkan helaian tambahan daripada pengawas peperiksaan. 5. Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 45 minit untuk menjawab soalan Bahagian A dan satu jam untuk Bahagian B. Instructions 1. This question paper consists of two sections: Section A and Section B. 2. Answer both sections. 3. Your answers must be written in the answer sheet provided. If the answer sheets are insufficient, please get additional answer sheets from the invigilator. 4. You are advised to spend 45 minutes on Section A and one hour on Section B.

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Your school recently organised English Week. You took part in some of the activities and won one of the competitions. You have decided to write a letter to a friend to tell him about it. Use all the following notes to write your letter.

Details of the event    Organiser: English Language Society     

Activities

Date: 19-23 April 2010 Venue: School hall

Launch - principal Essay writing competition Poem recital Language quiz Crossword puzzle – won 1st prize Treasure hunt Spelling competition Prize-giving ceremony

When writing your letter, you should remember:    to lay out your letter correctly to use all the notes given that you are writing to a friend

Note: For your letter, you will receive up to 15 marks for the format and content points, and up to 20 marks for the quality of your writing

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.SULIT 5 1119/2 Write a composition of about 350 words on one of the following topics.” 3 The most important person in my life. 4 Playing computer games is a waste of time. The 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . 1 My first day in school. 2 Write a story beginning with: “I looked out of the window and was shocked to see …. Do you agree? 5 Love KERTAS SOALAN TAMAT Section A [15 marks] An almost equal number of tourists visited Malacca in January and February.

B Wet toothbrushes work as well as dry ones.000 by the National Cancer Council to conduct their individual projects to find cure for cancer. 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . Wet and moist toothbrushes allow bacteria to grow around the bristles Do not wet your toothbrush prior to brushing as they become soft and hence do not clean as efficiently as dry toothbrushes 2 Based on the tips above.SULIT 6 1119/2 figure doubled in March before dropping sharply the following month. However in May the number increased a little. The council president said the funds were meant to serve as a motivator to aspiring young researchers in the country to further enhance and venture into cancer-related research. PETALING JAYA: Three local researchers were awarded funds amounting to RM90. which of the following statements is true? A Use of frayed toothbrushes is encouraged. D We are advised to keep our toothbrushes dry. 1 Which of the following graphs best represent the information above? A C Jan Feb Mac April May Jan Feb Mac April May B D Jan Feb Mac April May Jan Feb Mac April May TIPS ON DENTAL CARE     Brush your teeth at least twice a day Ensure your toothbrush is not frayed Place your toothbrush in a dry area. C Wet and moist toothbrushes are bacteria-free.

000 because they A found a cure for cancer B helped to operate a cancer ward C are providing counseling and support D were carrying out cancer-related research The tornado that tore through Florida last year had injured more than 250 people. financial assistance. we know that A this medicine is dangerous to children B the dosage can be increased if necessary C children should take the tablets under an adult’s supervision D a doctor must be consulted before consumption of the medicine 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . Thousands of homes and businesses were destroyed or damaged and thousands of people lost cars and boats.” he said at a press conference to announce the three recipients. counseling and support. Hospitals were battling to cope with the numbers needing help. 3 The National Cancer Council gave the three researchers RM90.SULIT 7 1119/2 “Besides operating a cancer ward. 4 The word battling in the text can best be replaced with A clashing B opposing C struggling D competing 5 From the instructions on the bottle. research is also important as it is aligned to the organisation’s mission and objectives. providing treatment.

he finally succeeded. a king placed a big rock on a road. None of them did anything about getting the big stone out of the way. we know that the man A needed the ice pack B bought a lot of stuff C made the woman angry D loved shopping at the store 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . On seeing the huge rock. The farmer learned what many others never understood. D Every obstacle presents an opportunity to improve ourselves. Then he hid himself and watched to see if anyone would remove the rock. carrying a load of vegetables.SULIT 8 1119/2 In ancient times. B The well-being of a society depends on its leader. blaming the king for not keeping his road clear. Most of the rich merchants simply walked around it. C We should thank someone for doing something kind. After much pushing and straining. 8 From the cartoon strip. the farmer laid down his burden and tried to move the rock to the side of the road. The purse contained many gold coins and a note from the king saying that the gold was for the person who removes the boulder from the roadway. He was shocked to see a purse lying under the rock. Then a farmer came along. 6 The farmer moved the stone because A it was blocking the road B the king ordered him to do so C he needed a place to put the load of vegetables D he wanted to take the purse containing the gold coins 7 What do you think the farmer learned? A We should always be as steady as a rock.

and left all of his possessions to him. A young man was about to graduate and was hoping his rich father would buy him a car.. he raised his voice __11__ his father and said. you give me a book?" and stormed out of the house. For months he had admired a beautiful sports car in a dealer's showroom and __9__ father knew about it. The __10__ young man opened the box. "In spite of all the money you have.PAID IN FULL. With tears. It had a tag with the dealer's name. Many years passed and the young man had become a very successful businessman. He went home immediately to take care of things. he opened the book and __14__ to turn the pages.. the same dealer __15__ had the sports car he had desired. __13__ he was in his father’s room he saw the book he had left behind years ago. the father gave his son a beautiful. leaving the book. wrapped gift box. a car key dropped from an envelope taped behind the book. and the words. 9 A my B his C our D their 12 A has B had C have D having 15 A who B which C whom D whose 10 A sympathetic B impatient C peculiar D curious 13 A Until B Even C Before D When 11 A of B in C at D with 14 A begin B began C begins D beginning 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . As he was reading. One day he received news that his father __12__ passed away. Angrily. Sudden sadness and regret filled his heart.SULIT 9 1119/2 Questions 9-15 are based on the following passage. but was disappointed to see a book entitled “How To Be Successful”. On Graduation Day. On the tag was the date of his graduation.

Raj) All-Ladies Spa We’ve banished men from our premises. walk and eat. We also sell kimonos. traditions and customs. Lee) Boogie Dance Studio Want to try something new? What about the cha-cha-cha. Miyato) 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . Our club runs regular classes on shiatse. tea ceremonies and the art of Japanese painting. We’ll bring out the best in you!  gym  aerobics  sauna  massage Tel: 03-8920 0897 (Miss Elizabeth) The Beauty Academy The Nippon Club Established more than ten years ago. salsa. Tel: 03-7600 1911 (Mr. Tel: 03-2554 2680 (Miss Anna) Beijing Executive Health Club Feeling tense? Getting headaches all the time? So tired you could sleep standing? Drop in and see us. tango. you can get down to business straightaway with no distractions. waltz.even if you have two left feet. knowing the right way to dress. just for you. we are the right people to teach you. We’ll train you in no time at all to move like a professional . sit. Tel: 03-2800 0022 (Mrs. Tel: 03-9028 0011 (Mr. Japanese green tea and other products.the list goes on. polka . Tel: 03-9840 1996 (Miss Haley) Open to all who are fascinated by Japanese culture. judo. If you want to learn proper etiquette.SULIT 10 Section B [10 marks] 1119/2 Questions 16 . Detox Slimming Centre Frustrated with crash diets and stubborn fat that makes you a shapeless mass? Come to us for quick results. Guaranteed results or get your money back. no special food. So now.25 Read the following advertisements and then answer the questions that follow. No diets. Call us today to transform your life forever. fox trot. We are famous for our trained masseurs who will soothe your tensions away and send you off looking and feeling as good as ever. we have a fine reputation All-Women Health Spa for transforming ugly ducklings into beautiful swans. no exercise.

[1 mark] 22 Who should you contact if you want to learn the rules for polite behaviour? ………………………………………………………………………………….Sundram’s husband has just been promoted and she has to accompany him at many dinner parties. She is tired of exercising and dieting as nothing seems to work for her. 21 Where should you go to if you are interested in foreign arts? …………………………………………………………………………………. Write the name of the centres in the boxes. select the most suitable centre for each of the person below.SULIT 11 1119/2 Using the information on the different centres. give short answers to the following questions. She is nervous and knows absolutely nothing about any dancing. Mr. all the gymnasiums she knows of are full of men and she feels shy to work out in their presence Name of centres 17 18 19 20 Questions 21-25 Based on the information given.[1 mark] 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT .[1 mark] 25 Which place is off limits to men? …………………………………………………………………………………. The problem is she has always been a homemaker and does not know how to behave at these official functions.Razalie thinks he is getting old. who will help you ease your aches and pains? ………………………………………………………………………………….Norma is fed up with all her attempt to lose weight. Sometimes.[1 mark] 23 What is promised by the Detox Slimming Centre if you fail to get the results you want? …………………………………………………………………………………. his entire body aches so badly he cannot sleep well. Business is tough and he has to work very hard. However. Question 16 Descriptions Mrs. She wants to learn. She is expected to do a ballroom dance with her husband-to-be.[1 mark] 24 When you visit the Beijing Executive Health Club. Pn. Miss Amy plans to get married in a few weeks time. Lai Chee looks good but wants to exercise regularly to keep fit.

medicine and shelter . These people could roam. The passage below is about some of the problems affecting the indigenous Dayak people of Sarawak. the government has also aggressively promoted the development of the tourism industry in the state. ornaments.the home of the Dayak for generations. Under the Sarawakian land code. Logging is being carried out indiscriminately on the customary land of the Dayaks. This forested area was once large . All the activities affecting the Dayak native land have led to extensive destruction of forest resources. Outside traders are increasingly demanding more jungle products. Besides that. The Dayak are gentle. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. These jungle products are then bartered or sold to city traders who 5 2 10 3 15 4 20 25 5 30 35 6 40 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . Now all that has changed. The Dayak communities and the rainforest environment on which they depend are continuously threatened by several issues and problems.came from the richness of the forest. A stream nearby gave the whole scene a touch of romance. Developers are cutting down forests to put up buildings and roads. some of their land has been given to private companies to be developed into plantations. Meanwhile.clothing. 1 My first impression of Sungai Batik was that it was perfect for a weekend getaway from the dust and noise of the city. The jungle resources have drastically been reduced. The Dayak lifestyles are being treated merely as tourist attractions with their longhouses being targeted as tourist destinations. all their daily needs . Some of the native longhouse communities are staging peaceful protests to stop the operation of such companies. after targetting one million hectares of land for industrial tree plantations. The Dayaks are challenging this and have recently filed a case in the high court. without the knowledge of the Dayak communities. and the Dayak children in their rustic attire blended perfectly into the scene. playground. work place. so contractors appear frequently to collect harvests of honey. There was a burst of brilliant red blooms in the midst of luscious greenery. without depleting the resources that nature provided. food. and ‘shopping and trading’ place. hunt and gather for their daily needs from the abundant flora and fauna.5 million hectares of native customary land into oil palm plantations. Their affinity for the forest comes naturally since it has been their home. This is part of the state government’s plan to convert 1. taking only what they needed. petai. The Dayaks feel that their culture is being systematically violated and abused.SULIT 12 1119/2 Section C [25 marks] Questions 26 – 31 are based on the following passage. durian and other fruits. jungle people who are shy of strangers. There were magnificent trees towering into the sky. Again the customary land rights of the Dayaks have been affected by several schemes whereby land has been taken to develop hotels and resorts with golf courses. At one time. the government. In addition. has acquired some of the Dayak’s native land as site for the pulp and paper mills. Underlying all the main problems facing the Dayaks today is the lack of recognition of their land rights. the Dayaks do have certain rights to land but these rights are not clear and have never been adequately defined.

………. The harsh realities of life are hitting these gentle people. They have to exploit the jungle as they themselves are exploited.[1 mark] 30 From paragraph 8. (a) which word means “strong attraction”? …………………………………………………………………………. identify two steps the Dayaks have taken to fight for their land rights? Step 1: ………………………………………………………………….. Over the years the Dayaks who have been defending and protesting against all the destructive development activities have been harassed.SULIT 13 1119/2 7 8 come at regular intervals.……….[1 mark] Step 2: ………………………………………………………………….[1 mark] (b) how do the Dayaks show their care for the nature? ………………………………………………………………………….………..………. Equally alarming was the result of a study on information communication technology awareness among the Dayaks. Their human rights have been violated although under Malaysian laws.. Their children too now have to face a different world. (a) what caused the huge loss of jungle resources? …………………………………………………………………………. 45 50 55 26 From paragraph 1. the rights of the natives to their land and forest is recognised..……….[1 mark] 28 From paragraph 4..………. assaulted and arrested.……….[1 mark] 27 From paragraph 2.[1 mark] 29 From paragraph 6. they have to adapt themselves to activities that are strange to them. The number of Dayaks enrolled in tertiary education and skill-training institutions is relatively low compared to other communities.. Much thought should be given to what we can do to help the people who have been the guardians of our forest for generations. To survive. The study showed that 86 percent of the Dayaks have no knowledge of computers. Many of them are not going to school and therefore will be unable to compete against city children in the future. 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . where was the writer? ………………………………………………………………………….[1 mark] (b) why are outsiders collecting the jungle products? …………………………………………………………………………..

………. including the 10 words given below Begin your summary as follows: One of the problems faced by the Dayaks nowadays is … [15 marks] ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . Your summary must    be in continuous writing (not in note form) use material from lines 16 to 54 not be longer than 130 words.[1 mark] (ii) ……………………………………………………………………..SULIT 14 1119/2 (a) how can the Dayaks ensure their survival? ………………………………………………………………………..[1 mark] 31 Based on the passage given.[1 mark] (b) mention two ways we can help the Dayaks? (i)…………………………………………………………………….. write a summary on:  the problems faced by the Dayaks Credit will be given for use of own words but care must be taken not to change the original meaning.……….……….

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. And every fair from fair sometime declines’ By chance. Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May.……………………….……………………………………………………………………. William Shakespeare (a) What is not good about summer? …………………………………………………………..…………………….[1 mark] 33 Read the extract from the short story The Drover’s Wife below and answer the questions that follow. and this gives life to thee. 1st way:………………. So long as men can breathe. And summer’s lease hath all too short a date: Sometimes too hot the eye of heaven shines.…………………. And often in his gold complexion dimm’d.……………………………………….……………………………………………………. Nor shall Death brag thou wander’st in his shade.[1 mark] 2nd way:……. or eye can see. But thy eternal summer shall not fade Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow’st.SULIT 16 [25 marks] 1119/2 32 Read the poem “Sonnet 18” and answer the questions that follow. So long lives this.[1 mark] (b) “And every fair from fair sometime declines’ What does this line tell us about beauty? …………………………………………………………….………………….[1 mark] (c) When will people remember the beautiful lady? …………. or nature’s changing course. 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT . Give two other ways you can show your love for someone. When in eternal lines to time thou grow’st.[1 mark] (d) The poet showed his love for the beautiful lady through a poem.. untrimm’d.. Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate.

[1 mark] Reason: ……….SULIT 17 1119/2 The snake comes out a foot farther. He has the snake now and tugs it out eighteen inches. He snaps again as the tail comes round. thud. He is a big. as though suddenly aware of danger..………………………………………………………………….[1 mark] b) Why did Alligator fail to catch the snake the first time? ………. Thus. She lifts her stick and the reptile. comes the woman’s club on the ground. but his mother forces him back with a grip of iron. Type of person: …………………………………………………………………. He has the snake out now – a black brute..[1 mark] 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT .……………………………………………………. seizes his stick and tries to get out of bed.…………………. heavy dog.………………………. for his nose is large and the snake’s body close down in the angle formed by the slabs and the floor. but the dog has the enemy close to the neck. Alligator pulls some more. The head rise to dart about. thud – the snake’s back is broken in several places. He misses this time. The eldest boy wakes up. a) What did the woman pick up when she saw the snake? ………………………………………………………….[1 mark] c) What did the snake look like? ………. Alligator springs and his jaws come together with a snap.……………………………………………………….……………………. thud – its head is crushed and Alligator’s nose skinned again.[1 mark] d) What type of person is the eldest boy? Give a reason to support your answer.. five feet long. but quick as a terrier. Thud. sticks his head in through the crack on the other side of the slab and hurries to get his tail round after him.. Thud.

Maniam Choose any one of the novels above and answer the question below. What lessons have you learned from the novel that you have studied? Support your answer with close reference to the text. The following are the novels studied in the literature component in English Language. (15 marks) ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1119/2 © Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah SULIT .S.SULIT 18 1119/2 34. Jungle of Hope The Pearl The Return Keris Mas John Steinbeck K.

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A B C D 15. A B C D 3.SULIT 1119/1 FOR SECTION A Circle only one space for each question. A B C D 2. A B C D 8. A B C D 6. A B C D 12. A B C D 13. A B C D 11. 1. A B C D 9. A B C D 4. A B C D 5. A B C D 7. A B C D 10. A B C D 14. A B C D For examiner’s use Section A B C D Total 15 10 25 25 75 Marks 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT .

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Address F2 – Greeting (salutation) F3 .Closing (signature) Content Points : 12 marks C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 Date Venue Organiser Launch . CONTENT ( 15 marks ) Format F1 .Principal Essay writing competition Poem recital Language quiz Crossword puzzle won 1st prize Treasure hunt Spelling competition Prize-giving ceremony : 3 marks 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT .SULIT 1119/1 1119 (c) Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka [Lihat halaman sebelah] PAPER 1 (1119/1) SECTION A: Directed – Writing A.

SULIT 1119/1 B. LANGUAGE MARKS (20 marks) Band Description of Criteria  Language is entirely accurate with only occasional first draft slips Sentence structure is varied and sophisticated Vocabulary is wide and precise Punctuation is accurate and helpful Spelling is accurate Paragraphs are well-planned. Mistakes occur in more sophisticated structures Sentences show some variety of length and type but some repetitive structures give a monotonous effect Vocabulary is adequate Punctuation is generally accurate Paragraphs show some unity but links may be absent or inappropriate at times Style and tone is generally appropriate .tries to be achieve SULIT A 19 – 20                     B 16 – 18 C 13 – 15 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka . have unity and are welllinked Style and tone is appropriate – informal and friendly Language is accurate with occasional minor errors Sentences show some variation in length and type Vocabulary is wide enough Punctuation is almost always accurate Spelling is almost always accurate Paragraphs are linked and show some unity Style and tone is informal and appropriate for a friendly letter Language is largely accurate Simple structures are used without errors.

some of the errors will be multiple in nature May have a few accurate bur simple structures Whole sections might make no sense Content is generally comprehensible Impossible to recognise as pieces of English Whole sections may make no sense at all U (i) 4–6      U (ii) 2–3      U (iii) 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT . Sentence structures are mainly simple Vocabulary is very limited Punctuation is correctly used but errors in sentence separation may occur Spelling mistakes are found in more difficult words. Paragraphs may lack unity Style and tone may not be appropriate as an informal letter D 10 – 12 E 7–9          Meaning is never in doubt Single word errors are sufficiently frequent and serious enough to hamper reading and precision.SULIT 1119/1 informality in a friendly letter         Language is sufficiently accurate Patches of clarity seen when simple structures are used Mistakes will occur in more complex structures Vocabulary is adequate but lacks precision Punctuation is generally accurate Simple words are correctly spelt but mistakes occur when unfamiliar words are used. Paragraphs lack unity and links are incorrectly used Style and tone may fail to achieve the informality required Meaning is fairly clear but high frequency of errors impede reading Single word errors of various kinds A few accurate structures Frequent spelling errors Style and tone is inappropriate Sense is decipherable.

have unity and are welllinked Topic is addressed with relevance.SULIT 1119/1 0–1   Award ‘1’ mark if it has some sense Award ‘0’ mark if it makes no sense at all from beginning to end Section B: Continuous Writing Band  A 44 – 50                Description of Criteria Language is entirely accurate with only occasional first draft slips Sentence structure is varied and sophisticated Vocabulary is wide and precise Punctuation is accurate and helpful Spelling is accurate Paragraphs are well-planned. Interest of the reader is aroused and sustained all throughout the writing Language is accurate with occasional minor errors Sentences show some variation in length and type Vocabulary is wide enough Punctuation is almost always accurate Spelling is almost always accurate Paragraphs are linked and show some unity Writing is relevant to the topic Interest of the reader is aroused and sustained most of the B 38 – 43 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT .

Paragraphs lack unity and links are incorrectly used Subject matter shows some relevance to the topic but is only partially treated Frequent linguistic errors may distract the reader from any merits of content that the composition may have Meaning is fairly clear but high frequency of errors impede reading Mostly single word errors of various kinds Communication is established but frequent errors may U (i) 14 – 19   1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT . Sentence structures are mainly simple Vocabulary is very limited Punctuation is correctly used but errors in sentence separation may occur Spelling mistakes are found in more difficult words.SULIT 1119/1 time                 Language is largely accurate Simple structures are used without errors. Paragraphs may lack unity Topic is addressed with some relevance but lacks liveliness and interest value C 32 – 37 D 26 – 31 E 20 – 25           Meaning is never in doubt Single word errors are sufficiently frequent and serious enough to hamper reading and precision. Mistakes occur in more sophisticated structures Sentences show some variety of length and type but some repetitive structures give a monotonous effect Vocabulary is adequate Punctuation is generally accurate Paragraphs show some unity but links may be absent or inappropriate at times Writing is relevant but may lack originality and planning Interest of the reader is aroused but not sustained Language is sufficiently accurate Patches of clarity are seen when simple structures are used Mistakes in more complex structures Vocabulary is adequate but lacks precision Punctuation is generally accurate Simple words are correctly spelt but mistakes occur when unfamiliar words are used.

13 U (iii) 0-7 1119/2 SECTION A 1. B 15. C 9.SULIT 1119/1              cause blurring A few accurate structures Simple. The Beauty Academy 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT . A SECTION B: INFORMATION TRANSFER 6. repetitive sentences structures Punctuation is correctly used sometimes but errors mat occur in sentence separation Paragraphs lack unity or there are no paragraphs at all Able to get some sense but errors are multiple in nature Requires reader to read and re-read to get sense Very few accurate but simple sentences Content may be comprehensible. B 2. D 8. D 3. A 6. B 13. D 4. D 14. D 11. C 5. C 12. B 10. A 7. but high incidence of errors make meaning blur Frequent and serious errors cause blurring Writing is almost entirely impossible to read Whole sections may make little sense or no sense at all Marks should be awarded for occasional patches of clarity ‘0’ mark is given if the writing makes no sense at all from beginning to end U (ii) 8 .

i) (peaceful) protests [1 mark] ii) filed a case (in the high court) [1 mark] 29. a) destruction of forest resources/developers are cutting down forests [1 mark] b) outside traders are increasingly demanding more jungle products [1 mark] 30. Beijing Executive Health Club 8. Masseurs 15. Detox Slimming Centre 9.15 marks Content Each point is awarded 1 mark 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT . Miss Haley 13.5 marks . Boogie Dance Studio 10. a) adapt themselves (to activities that are strange to them) / exploit the jungle (as they themselves are exploited) [1 mark] b) i) give them their rights [1 mark] ii) stop logging [1 mark] Accept any reasonable answers Question 31 ( SUMMARY) Content Style and Presentation Total . (a) affinity [1 mark] (b) Taking only what they needed / Not depleting the resources [1 mark] 18.SULIT 1119/1 7. All-ladies Spa SECTION C: READING COMPREHENSION 16. The Nippon Club 12. Get your money back 14. All-Ladies Spa 11. Sungai Batik / Forest / Jungle 17.10 marks .

the lack of recognition of their land rights / land rights are not clear / land rights have never been adequately defined 2. the government has acquired land as site for the pulp and mill 5. some of their land given to private companies to develop them into plantations 4. low number of Dayaks enrolled in tertiary education and skill-training institutions 13. Dayaks harassed. Dayak lifestyles are being treated merely as tourist attractions / their culture is being systematically violated and abused 7. durian and other fruits 10. the Dayaks have no knowledge of computers Style and Presentation 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT . 1. petai. assaulted and arrested / their human rights have been violated 11.SULIT 1119/1 Maximum: 10 marks. their children not going to school 12. logging is being carried out indiscriminately on the customary land of the Dayaks 3. land has been taken to develop hotels and resorts with golf courses 6. extensive destruction of forest resources / developers are cutting down forests to put up buildings and roads 8. jungle resources have drastically been reduced 9. contractors collect harvests of honey.

reading impeded  Fractured syntax  Incoherent 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT .SULIT 1119/1 Mark Paraphrase  sustained attempt to rephrase Mark Use of English  Language is accurate 5  allow phrases difficult to be replaced  expression is secure 5  Occasional minor errors  Marked ability to use original complex structures  Well-organised. coherent Throughout  noticeable attempt to rephrase 4  free from stretches of concentrated lifting  expressions generally secure 4  Language is largely accurate  Isolated serious errors  Some ability to use compound or complex structures  Well-organised and coherent in most parts  limited attempt to rephrase 3  expressions not always secure  intelligent and selective lifting 3  Language is sufficiently accurate  Serious errors are becoming more frequent  Fairly well-organised and coherent in some parts  wholesale copying of text 2 material  limited to single word substitutions  inclusion of irrelevant sections  mindless lifting 1  more or less complete transcript  originality is barely noticeable 1 2  Meaning never in doubt  Frequent serious errors  Poorly organised. lacks cohesion  Heavy frequency of serious errors.

g.SULIT 1119/1 SECTION D : LITERATURE 32 (a) rough winds / too short / too hot [1 mark] (b) it will not last / it will fade [1 mark] (c) see / read the poem (d) 1st way: Buy her flowers 2nd way: Write a song about her [1 mark] [1 mark] [1 mark] Accept any other reasonable answers that show two different ideas. buying jewellery/ buying expensive gift – one mark only because of the same idea of buying something 33 (a) stick / club [1 mark] (b) his nose was too large / the snake’s body close down in the angle formed by the slab [1 mark] (c) black (brute) / (five feet) long [1 mark] (d) Type of person: Brave Reason: He wanted to help to kill the snake [1 mark] [1 mark] Accept any other reasonable answers 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT . e.

SULIT 1119/1 Question 34 Content and Language Descriptors Mark Range  9-10    7-8    5-6    3-4  Content Response consistently relevant and convincing Detailed textual evidence Well-developed ideas Response relevant Usually provides textual evidence Some development of ideas Response relevant at times only (some parts irrelevant) Some textual evidence Little development of ideas Of little relevance Little textual evidence 2  3    Meaning never in doubt Errors are frequent Fairly good organisation High frequency of errors with some blurring   1-2   No relevance Task not addressed No understanding of task 1   Poor organisation Little or no sense Lacks organisation 4   Language largely accurate Good organisation 5 Mark Range   Language Language accurate Well-organised PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN TAMAT 1119/1 © 2010 Hak Cipta Jabatan Pelajaran Melaka SULIT .