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How to Make Boiled Eggs
Ingredients:
4 Eggs.
Water.
Ice.
Equipments:
Saucepan.
Spoon.
Bowl.
Instructions:
1. Place 4 eggs in the saucepan and fill it with water, covering the eggs by an inch.
Set the pan on the stove. Turn on the stove on medium heat and bring the water to a
2.
full, rolling boil.
3. As soon as the water boils, turn off the heat and cover the pan.
Leave the eggs in the covered pan for the right amount of time. Leave it for 6 minutes
4.
if you want soft-boiled eggs or 15 minutes for hard-boiled eggs.
After your selected time is up, use a spoon to remove the eggs from the saucepan. Tap
5.
each egg gently to crack the shell in few places.
Fill a bowl with water and put some ice in it. Put the eggs to the bowl and leave them
6.
there for at least 1 minute.
7. Peel the eggs and enjoy!
1. What is the purpose of the text?
A. To describe something.
B. To tell a past experience.
C. To tell about how to make something.
D. To give information about materials and steps.
2. What is the text about?
A. The list of ingredients and equipment.
B. The procedure of making boiled egg.
C. The information about boiled egg.
D. The explanation about boiled egg.

3. Why must we use spoon to remove the eggs from the water in the saucepan?
A. Because the water is hot.
B. Because our hand is dirty.
C. Because the eggs are round.
D. Because the saucepan was covered.

4. Tap each egg gently . . .


The antonym of the underlined word is . . . .
A. Mildly
B. Slowly
C. Quickly
D. Roughly

5. Why must we leave the boiled eggs in ice water for 1 minute?
A. To make them cooked, so we can enjoy them.
B. To make them cool, so we can eat them right away.
C. To make them cool, so we can peel them with our hands.
D. To make them cooked, so we can store them in a cool place.
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How to Make Fruit Punch for a Party
(with a Watermelon Punch Bowl)
Ingredients:
1 watermelon (choose a good quality one with no blemishes).
2 to 3 litres of orange juice.
litre of mango juice.
litre of guava juice.
Sugar syrup.
Ice cubes.
Tools:
Knife.
Large spoon.
Instructions
1. Cut the top off the watermelon.
2. Using a large spoon, scoop out the watermelon flesh. Be careful not to stick the spoon
through the peel. Use the flesh to make something else, like a fruit salad or watermelon
juice. Leave the watermelon juice inside the watermelon bowl. This will add flavour to
the punch.
3. Pour the orange juice, mango juice, and guava juice into the hollowed out watermelon.
4. Add some sugar syrup to sweeten the taste.
5. Put some ice cubes.
6. Place on the table. Arrange glasses for guests to help themselves.
6. Why must we put in some ice cubes?
A. To melt the ice and make the juice thin.
B. To dampen the fruit bowl and make it cold.
C. To freeze the fruit punch and make it chilly.
D. To cool the fruit punch and make it refreshing.

7. Arrange glasses for guests to help themselves.


The underlined word can be replaced with . . . .
A. buy
B. order
C. set up
D. lay down

8. What does the text tell us about?


A. How to make fruit punch.
B. How to plant watermelon.
C. How to cut watermelon into pieces.
D. How to buy fruit punch in a supermarket.
9. Why should we use the watermelon flesh to make something else?
A. So that it will be delicious.
B. So that it wont go to waste.
C. So that the fruit punch is fresh.
D. So that the flesh is scooped out.

10. Arrange glasses for guests to help themselves.


What does the sentence mean?
A. The glasses for drinking are arranged on the table.
B. The guests will help us serve the drinks in glasses.
C. We have to serve the drink in the glasses to the guests.
D. The guests can get the drinks themselves using the glasses.

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Make Picture Frames Out of Cardboard
You will need:
Cardboard box (you can use cereal box, shoe box, or any other used box).
Scissors.
Box cutter.
Ruler.
Pencil.
Glue.
Acrylic paint in various colours.
How to do it:
1. Make a square cut on one edge of the cardboard. Measure it depending on the photo
you want to frame. For example, 6 cm x 8 cm cut can be used for a 4 cm x 6 cm photo.
This will allow a 1-inch width of frame.
2. Mark the middle of the square to make an opening for the photo. If it is a 4x6, make
3.5 cm x 5.5 cm opening. This way, some of the frames will overlap the photo. Cut out
the opening using a box cutter.
3. Paint the frame with acrylic paint and leave it to dry. You can paint it with your
favourite colour, draw a pattern, or use your imagination. Be creative!
4. Once the paint has dried, glue the photo to the frame.
5. Make a backing piece by cutting another piece of cardboard, with similar
measurements to the frame. Glue it to the back of the photo.
11. Which one of the following things is a material for making a photo frame?
A. Pencil.
B. Scissors.
C. Box cutter.
D. Cardboard box.
12. How do we measure the frame?
A. By using the scissors.
B. By using a pencil.
C. By using a ruler.
D. By using a scale.

13. What makes the frame overlaps the photo?


A. The opening that is bigger than the photo.
B. The opening that is bigger than the frame.
C. The opening that is smaller than the photo.
D. The opening that is smaller than the frame.

14. Measure it depending on the photo you want to frame.


The underlined word means . . . .
A. to give measurements
B. to take measurements
C. to hide measurements
D. to make measurements

15. You can paint it with your favourite colour, draw a pattern, . . .
What is the antonym of the underlined word?
A. Joyful.
B. Desired.
C. Preferred.
D. Most-liked.
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How to Make Your Own Handphone Pouch
Tools:
Needle.
Measure tape.
Scissors.
Iron.
Marker pen.
A phone.

Materials:
1 swatch of patterned fabric.
1 sheet of craft felt.
Cotton thread.

Instructions:
1. Cut the patterned fabric into 2 pieces, measuring around 10 cm x 22 cm each. Do the
same thing with the felt. So, youll have 2 pieces of fabric and 2 pieces of felt.
2. Take 1 piece of fabric and lay on top of 1 piece of felt. Set it so that the top parts of
both materials line up.
3. Using a needle and cotton thread, sew along the tops to join felt and fabric. Repeat with
the other pieces of fabric and felt.
4. Flip over so the stitch is hidden and the seam is showing. Press with an iron. Repeat
with the other section.
5. Place two sections together with felt facing outward and underneath. Put your
handphone in the centre, leaving a gap about 5 mm at the top.
6. Draw around the phone by using a marker pen.
7. Stitch around the drawn handphone pattern. Remember not to sew the top, as this is
where you will put the phone in.
8. Cut out around the stitches as close as possible. Be careful not to cut the stitches.
9. Turn it around and use it.
16. Why must we put the handphone in the centre?
A. To make a pattern out of it.
B. To make a stitch inside it.
C. To make a cut around it.
D. To make a fabric for it.

17. Repeat with the other section.


The underlined word means . . . .
A. to let again
B. to get again
C. to see again
D. to make again
18. Why must we cut out around the stitches carefully?
A. So that we have extra fabric.
B. So that we fail making the pouch.
C. So that we dont accidentally cut the stitches.
D. So that we dont mistakenly break the scissors.

19. Put your handphone in the centre, leaving a gap about 5 mm at the top.
The underlined word has the same meaning as . . . .
A. crack
B. space
C. filling
D. part

20. Set it so that the top parts of both materials line up.
The underlined word refers to . . . .
A. felt
B. fabric
C. sewn fabric
D. felt and fabric
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How to Make Fancy Fried Rice
Ingredients:
5 cups of cooked rice ( 2 cups uncooked rice).
2 shallots, finely diced.
1/3 cup of corn kernels, frozen, fresh or tinned.
1/3 cup of peas (frozen, fresh or tinned) or beans (chopped).
1 carrot, finelly diced.
8 prawns, finely diced (optional).
2 tablespoons of light soy sauce.
2 eggs, lightly beaten.
Steps:
1. Prepare all ingredients.
2. Heat oil in frying pan, wait until it is sizzling hot. If you are unsure,
try to drop a little water.
3. Add shallots, corn, peas/beans, carrots and prawns. Stir until lightly
cooked.
4. Add rice. Cook for 5 minutes. Stir once a minute.
5. Add soy sauce. Cook for another 2 minutes, stir once a minute.
6. Move the ingredients to one side to leave some space in the frying
pan. Pour in egg and cook for 30 seconds. Use fork to scramble and
then combine to the rest of rice.
7. Your fried rice is ready to serve.
Adapted from: http://www.kidspot.com.au/kitchen/recipes/simple-fried-rice-1160

1. When should we stir the rice when cooking?

2. How long should we cook the egg?

3. What do we do with the egg after we cool it?

4. Write 3 temporal conjunctions frequently used in procedure text.


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How to Make Chocolate Pudding
Ingredients (for 4 servings):
3 tablespoons of cornflour.
cup of cocoa.
2 cups of milk.
tablespoon of salt.
2 tablespoons of butter or margarine.
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
Steps:
1. In medium saucepan, stir together sugar, cocoa, cornflour, and salt. Pour
the milk gradually while stirring.
2. Cook the stirred mixture over medium heat. Stir it constantly until the
mixture boils.
3. After it boils, remove the mixture from heat. Add butter and vanilla, and
stir together with the mixture.
4. Pour the mixture into dishes.
5. Serve warm or put into refrigerator for at least 2 hours.
5. If we want to make 8 servings of the pudding, how much cornflour do we need?

6. When should we remove the mixture from heat?

7. If we want to serve the pudding cold, we should put it in refrigerator for . . .

8. What are the language features of procedure text?

9. What are the structures of procedure text?

10. Write 2 examples of adverbs of time.