Nama………………………………………… SULIT 1119/1 Bahasa Inggeris Kertas 1 2000 11/2 jam

Angka Giliran…………………………………..

JABATAN PENDIDIKAN PAHANG PENILAIAN BERSAMA PERCUBAAN TAHUN 2000 SEKOLAH-SEKOLAH MENENGAH PAHANG TINGKATAN LIMA

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JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU For Examiner’s use Arahan 1. 2. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 50 soalan. Jawab semua soalan di kertas soalan ini juga. Section A B Instructions 1. 2. This question paper consists of 50 questions. Answer all questions on this question paper. C D Marks

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B. D It is suitable for Muslims. C or D in the box provided to show the best answer. Then write the corresponding option A. C It is not open for lunch. .. Section A Questions 1 and 2 Read the advertisement below and answer the questions that follow. Read the following questions then look at the information to find the answer. 1 Which of the following is NOT served at the restaurant? A Lobster B Prawns C Crabs D Venison 2 Which of the following is NOT TRUE of the restaurant? A It closes before midnight. B It has two telephones.

Ltd. Phua’s actions. Which one of the following statements is true about the notice below? NOTICE This is to inform the public that Mr. Richards sales volume increased ovr the months. Emas performed badly. He is therefore not authorised to transact any business or collect any monies on behalf of the company. Phua is a former employee of PCK Pte Ltd. PCK Pte. 4 The graph below depicts the sales volumes of four department stores in 1998. Phua can still collect monies on behalf fot the company. Jaya had the highest sales volume in Desember. 5 Which of the following sentences best explains the label below? . Which of the statements describes the 1998 trend corectly?. D Mr.3. A The effective date of the notice is 1 August 1999. Henceforth. B Mr. C The company will be liable for Mr. Phua Chua Beng is no longer in our Employment with effect from 31 July 1999. the company shall not be responsible nor liable for any activities which he undertakes as from this date. A B C D Pelana had the highest sales volume.

Do you know where it is coming from? . Do not worry if the seal on this product is broken. People should teach their children good morals. The seal on this product is easily broken. 6 The main message of the poster is POPULATION EXPLOSION = END OF HUMAN SPECIES A B C D People should have more children. People should not destroy the forest. People should have fewer children. Mrs Lim: There’s a terrible smell coming from somewhere.A B C D You should not buy this product if the seal is broken. Remember to seal this product. Questions 13-15 Complete the following dialogue by filling in the blanks with the most acceptable form of the functions in the given situations.

13 (to complain) The stench is unbrearable. I think we should complain to the relevant authorities. To complain A Great! Now that’s what we need. they are not regular at all. The whole neighbourhood looks disgusting.Puan Maria: Mrs. Nowadays. C The garbage collectors are so lazy and irresponsible. 15 (to compare). They used ti be very efficient. I hope that the authorities will do something about it. Otherwise. At least. diseases will spread rapidly. Lim Puan Maria: Mrs. B This neighbourhood used to be the cleanest. they have disappeared. That was what I thought. 14 (to seek clarification). . I’ll give the authorities a call to inform them of the situation. Lim: Puan Maria: 13 Oh! It’s from the uncollected rubbish heap over there. D Isn’t anybody doing anything about it? To A B C D seek clarification Isn’t rubbish supposed to be collected on Mondays and Thursdays? Who’s throwing the cubbish there? Did you see the cultprits? How can people be so indifferent to this problem? 14 15 To A B C D compare Now.

and he had wondered why his father was taking (23) so many choppers. son. “We’re moving there. “If you’re tired. Pak Kia walked behind Karim. Perhaps the boy was rebelling (18) being pulled out of school into the jungle.” said Pak Kia. (24) in the jungle. who had been left father and farther behind by the others. We’ll open a village and build a house there. He walked as if he were being (21) by his feet. his father had said.Section B Questions 16-25 Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with the best or most appropriate answer. Questions filled his (25). The way was free of undergrowth. “Our land in Ketari (20) sold. tell me. He had heard of the move to Janda Baik. He didi not really know why he must join this difficult (22). he felt afraid: but he was not tired. to Asap. cutting through the undergrowth in the shade of the huge trees. You’ve heard of Janda Baik village.” Karim still showed on reaction. We’ll move to Janda Baik to open new land.” There was still no reaction from Karim. Keris Mas) 16 A B C D Wide Width Height Length 17 A B C D Steps Paces Trail Feet 18 A B C D For With Against By 19 A B C D Haven’t you Have you Don’t you Isn’t it 20 A B C D Is being Are being Have been Has been 21 A B C D Taken Pushed Dragged Driven . about a yard in (16). He was worried. He was not tired. and we to Janda Baik. “After this jungle we’ll come to a village. Everybody’s moving – to Lebu. a new village. All the people’s lands and rice-fields have been sold. They would open a village and build a house in Janda Baik. axes and matchets. But Karim seemed to have to spirit at all to follow in the (17) of the basket-carriers. How did one open a village? Was Janda Baik all jungle? Would he be felling trees and clearing away undergrowth to open the village. There was a clear path. (Taken from Jungle of Hope. He had been asked to help. We can rest. packed them into back-baskets and fastened the baskets securely. Since two days ago his father had gathered certain items. but nobody had told him he would have to move too. (19)?” Karim walked on without enthusiasm. following the men who carried baskets on bent backs.

. Answer the questions that follow.22 A B C D Journey Visit Sojourn Isn’t it 23 A B C D With Along On Back 24 A B C D Strolling Sauntering Stepping Walking 25 A B C D Heart Head Brain mind Section C Questions 26-30 Read the facts about the Malaysian’s climb to Mount Everest.

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Nepal on March 1 and they reached Everest Base Camp on March 26.15 pm. 1996. The Malatysia-Everest Project ’97 was launced by Datuk Seri Dr. Magendran planted the Malaysian flag on the 8848 metres high peak at 2. (5 marks) . How many champs are there before the peak of Mount Everest? ……………………………………………………………………… 27.Provide short answers to the questions below. 31 _________. [1 mark] 30. M. The nation was kept informed through radio and 33 ________coverage. Kuala Lumpur: A teacher. [1 mark] 29. and and 32_________. Both Mohandas and Magendran belonged to the same associatin. Mohandas became national heroes yesterday when they successfully set foot on the summit of Mount Everest. The 20-member expedition arrived at 35__________. The feat by Magendran and Mohandas successfully concluded the 59-day expedetion which was hampered by bad weather conditions and 34________ __________of-8 C. N. Mahathir Mohamad on June 4. Marks will not be awarded for words which are grammatically incorrect or wrongly spelt. ………………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………………. The first was called of on May 9 because of bad weather. ………………………………………………………………………… [5 mark] [1 mark] [1 mark] 28. 26. State the time and the date the two Malaysians conquered Mount Everest. How high is Mount Everest? ……………………………………………………………………… Name the other two climbers who failed in their attempt to climb to the top. Name the accociation. The four men started from Base Camp for the second bid to the summit on May 18. [1 mark] Questions 31-35 Fill in the blanks with information from the facts given.

Things started to change when he turned four. it is necessary to provide reconstructive experiences. My husband had to use physical punishment to make him to his homework. clearly defined context. he played with the children who were aggressive. I have trained my son to be independent. I have difficulty getting him ti settle down to do his homework. as his parents. Be consistent in your discipline of both children. When he fights with his sister. Both children used to do a lot of play-fighting. At present. If he has difficulty concentrating on doing his homework.Section D Read the letter to the “Dear Thelma’ column of The Star and Telma’s reply. He either cries and denies it or he will just keep quiet. My husband and I are at our wits end. Avoid punishment whenever possible. offer to help him. They thrive on trust and encouragement. Since then. When he did anything wrong. Once he was caught throwing a stone at his friend. his behaviour has worsened. It was not until the birth of his sister that he finally settled down permanently under the care of my mother. Stressed-out Parent. You have to bring out his strengths and accomplishments. After discussing the matter with my husband. At home. We left him under the care of a babysitter who also had an older boy who was in Standard Six. He was hit and kicked. He used to be such a well-mannered and quiet child. Good ideas and behaviour are praised. Speak positively to him when you are trying to assist him. . Both children are at fault once they get into a fight. Each of your children can contribute alternative solutions to the problem. Underneath all the negative behaviour that your son is exhibiting is a low self-esteem. We have exhausted all ideas of how to discipline our son. Sibling fights are great opportunities for you to hold discussions with your children on better ways of dealing with each other. THE first five years of life are most critical to a child’s emotional development. Answer the following the questions that follow. Frequent change of childminders in the first year can cause the child to develop insecure behaviour. Be patient and wait for a gradual change for behaviour. the child learns to establish trust with his childminder. During his two years in kindergarten. Everyone has his or her good points. He was looked after by numerous babysitters before he turned five years old. she brushed it off by saying that children if his age are like that. the fights will not longer be is not effective. Kuala Lumpur. First. I am a working mother with a discipline problem. he is in Standard One. I need help with my seven-year-old son’s behaviour. you must learn to accept him for what he is. He claimed that it was his friends who started the fight. He became uncooperative and refused to obey us. do not interfere unless it is lifethreatening. When there is no audience. Before the age of one. In this way. When I approached his teacher for help with discipline. There were times when we wrongly accused him of beating his sister because he did not speak up to protect himself. your son will also learn how to deal with the other children in his school. When children have developed low selfesteem. when he fights with his sister. Changing low self-esteem requires intense focusing on the child’s attributes. He received lots of praise from many people who compared him to their children. his sister always puts the blame on him. Please help. Since he was one-year olf. Stay out of your children’s fight. Children feel worthwhile when they are loved within a secure. I was shocked and angry. we had a talk with our son. He retaliated. Dear Thelma. I would cane him and confine him in a dark room. Do not compare him with anyone. He has been living in a atmosphere of excessive strictness. Emotional support is necessary because he needs to feel that you are on his side and that you are not rejecting him. Friends advised me to stop such punishment. Practise looking at your son in a positive light. His class teacher complained to me that he used to kick his classmates and twist their fingers.

They learn to make better decisions when they are allowed to be themselves instead of what their parents expect of them.. Involve him in your housework. His opinions should be respected. Friday 16 May. Finally. …………………………………………………………………………. What are two things the parents can do to help their child overcome his low self esteem? …………………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………. [1 mark] 37.You must set realistic goals for your son. This is a great morale booster. [1 mark] 40. Children should feel that they are contributing the the family’s welfare. 5 suggest that the parents have resorted to caning him? ………………………………………………………………………. [1 mark) 38.. …………………………………………………………………………. [1 mark] 42 [2 mark] 43 [2 mark] 44 [2 mark] . Explain in your own words what the writer meant?. Give him a choice of two solutions instead of one.. Children feel better when they are given choices. 1997) Questions 36-50 Answer the following questions.. He needs to know that he will be able to achieve whatever you have set for him. Suggest two possible causes. . encouraged and expanded.. (Addapted from The Star. Describe her son’s behaviour before the problem. [1 mark] 41. you must learn to lesten to your son carefully. Why did ‘Stressed-out Parent’ write The Star? ……………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………….. [1 mark] 39.. …………………………………………………………………………. How did the boy change when he turned four? ……………………………………………………………………. There are many causes fot the son’s negative behaviour. ………………………………………………………………………….. Why did the kindergarten teacher not do anything to help the mother discipline the boy? ……………………………………………………………………… What was the child’s reason for throwing a stone at his friend? ……………………………………………………………………… Which phrase in para. …………………………………………………………………………. “My husband and I are at our wits end. You are advised to answer them in the order set.” (line 29-30). 36.

. Find words in the given paragraphs which mean the same as the words or phrases given below (i) hurt someone in return (paragraph 4)…………………………………. [1 mark] 46 [1 mark] 47. According to the reply. [2 mark] (ii) harmful (paragraph 9……………………………………………………… [20 mark] kertas soalan tamat. Instead of interfering in their children’s fights. Contributing to the family’s welfare “is a great morale booster” (line 66). How can children contribute to their family’s welfare? ………………………………………………………………………………. Why should children be allowed to make choices? ………………………………………………………………………………. What positive value does this phrase suggest the child will develop? ……………………………………………………………………………….. [1 mark] 48 [2 mark] 49. . why do sibling fights occur? ………………………………………………………………………………. what must the parents do? ……………………………………………………………………………….45. [1 mark] 50. ………………………………………………………………………………..

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