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MODUL SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2006

BAHASA INGGERIS 1119/1

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1119/1 & 2 MODULE
1.0 1.1 CONTENTS OF MODULE Format of SPM Bahasa Inggeris 1119/1
TIME NO. OF QUESTIONS MARKS TYPE OF QUESTIONS Directed Writing - article - speech - report - letter - dialogue Continuous Writing - descriptive - narrative - discussive - reflective - abstract

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Choose 1 from 5 topics

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Format of SPM Bahasa Inggeris 1119/2
TIME 25 min. 25 min. 50 min. 35 min. NO OF MARKS QUESTIONS 15 10 6 3 15 10 25 25 TYPE OF QUESTIONS - Graphic materials & short text - Rational cloze Information transfer (structured responses) Comprehension & summary writing Literature component

SECTION A B C D

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1119/1
SECTION A : DIRECTED WRITING 2.0 ANALYSIS OF PAST YEARS’ QUESTIONS
YEAR 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 TOPICS An article for school newsletter A talk on road safety A formal letter to a class teacher (trip) A report to principal about the school canteen An informal letter (to a friend)

* 2006 An article/speech * Forcasted for 2006

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Tips and Techniques
The question may require only one of the following : • Descriptions of processes and procedures. • Presenting opinions on social/current issues • Descriptive / narrative / argumentative / expository compositions • Reports • Speeches • Interviews • Stories with moral values Students are advised to spend 45 minutes on this section, Read the question and stimulus carefully and determine your answer format - is it a letter (formal / informal), a speech, etc. Make sure to include all the vital information to fulfill the required task. Expand each main point to gain more marks. Use the style or tone that is suitable for the answer. To make your answer interesting, use various effective expressions, markers, linkers and suitable vocabulary. Plan your composition well to gain more marks. A good ending or conclusion will also benefit you. Remember to check your answer for any spelling, punctuation or grammatical errors. Do not spend too much time on this part so that you will have enough time for your continuous writing. The required length is about 200 -300 words.

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Conclude your speech politely by thanking your audience.1 Format F1 F2 F3 - greet the audience introduce the topic thank the audience 3 marks 1m 1m 1m -4- << >> . starting with the principal or guest of honour. 2. Have enough content to interest your audience. Write your speech based on all the notes below. one fifth forests cleared human activities responsible loss of animal habitats loss of plants creates greenhouse effect failure to protect forests When writing the speech you should remember : • • • • follow the format of a speech use all the points given end your speech well elaborate on all the points given Guidelines • • • • • Begin your speech by greeting the audience in the order of importance.3.3 Marking Scheme for Directed Writing a) b) c) Format Content Language Total 3 marks 12 marks 20 marks 35 marks 2. then the others. you have been invited to give a speech on ‘The Effects of Deforestation’. Make sure the audience can follow your talk by making sure your speech flows smoothly. • • • • • • since 1950.2 Directed Writing As the Chairman of the Nature Society. Mention the topic of your speech.2.

20 ● Vocabulary shows some sophistication and is used with precision.3. ● Spelling is correct across the whole range of vocabulary used. one fifth forests cleared human activities responsible loss of animal habitats loss of plants creates greenhouse effect failure to protect forests elaboration of C1 elaboration of C2 elaboration of C3 elaboration of C4 elaboration of C5 elaboration of C6 12 marks 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 2. courteous and suitable to address the intended audience.2 Content C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 since 1950. ● Sentence structure is varied and shows that the candidate is able to use sentence length and type to achieve an intended effect. ● Punctuation is correct. ● Paragraphs have unity.3 Language * Refer to the Criteria for Marking Language 20 marks Criteria for Marking Language MARK RANGE DESCRIPTION OF CRITERIA ● The language is accurate apart from occasional draft slips.2. -5- << >> . ● The tone is appropriate – formal. A 19 .3.

B 16 – 18 ● Sentence show some variations in length and type. ● The tone of the speech is fairly formal but lapses into formality may occur. ● Simple words spelt correctly. ● The language is largely accurate to communicate meaning clearly to the reader. ● The language is sufficiently accurate. ● Vocabulary is wide enough to show intended meaning. ● There may be some variety of sentence length and type but this may not be successful in enhancing meaning or arousing interest. ● Punctuation is generally correct but does not enhance or clarify meaning. D 10 . ● Simple structures are used without error. ● Sentence separation errors may occur. including the confident use of complex sentences. C 13 . Lapse in slang or formal language may occur consistently. mistakes may occur when more sophisticated structures are attempted. although links may be absent or inappropriate. ● Errors may also arise from more ambitious structures which are imperfectly understood.● The language is almost accurate but there may be more minor or first draft slips. ● There will be patches of clarity particularly when simple structures are used. ● Vocabulary is adequate but lacks precision. ● Vocabulary is adequate to convey intended meaning although it may not be sufficiently developed achieve precision. giving it a monotonous effect. The reader is satisfied that a genuine attempt has been made. ● Mistakes will occur when more complex sentences are used. ● Punctuation is generally accurate although errors may occur in more complex uses. ● The speech is written in paragraphs which show some unity. ● The tone is formal and appropriate to intended audience. Slang or formal language is used from to time. The style may fail to achieve the informality required for this task. but errors may occur when unfamiliar words are used.12 -6- << >> . ● Spelling is nearly always accurate. ● The speech is written in paragraphs which may show some unity in topic.15 ● Sentences shows some variety of length and structure although there is a tendency to repeat some sentence types.

● Whole sections of the speech may make little or no sense. There may be errors of sentences separation and punctuation. ● Some simple structures will be accurate but accuracy is not sustained for long. E 7. ● Scripts in this category are entirely impossible to recognize as pieces of English. or if used. U (iii) 0-1 ● Whole sections of the speech may make no sense at all or are copied from the task. but the incidence of error is high and will definitely impede the reading. ● The mark ‘0’ should only be awarded if the speech makes no sense at all from the beginning to the end. ● Paragraphs will sometimes be used correctly but sentence separation errors may occur. ● A very few simple structures are used accurately. but some of the errors will be multiple. ● Meaning is fairly clear. ● The speech will have paragraphs but these lack unity and links are incorrectly used or the speech may not be paragraphed at all. ● Unlikely to be more than one or two accurate sentences. but single errors are sufficiently frequent and serious to hamper precision and speed of reading. ● Vocabulary is limited and either too simple to convey precise meaning or are imperfectly understood. ● Award ‘1’ mark if some sense can be obtained. U (i) 4–6 ● Vocabulary may not extend beyond a simple range of words that are inadequate to express intended shades of meaning.9 ● Simple words will usually be spelt accurately but mistakes will occur when more difficult words are used. U (ii) 2. ● Sense will usually be decipherable. ● The style may not be appropriate to that of a speech. requiring the reader to re – read and re – organize before meaning becomes clear. ● Paragraphs may not be used. show a lack of planning.● Meaning is never in doubt.3 -7- << >> . ● The reader feels that the correction of ‘single word’ errors may produce a piece of fairly accurate English. ● The tone may be appropriate for a formal piece of writing addressed to an audience. ● There may be frequent spelling errors.

When trees are burnt or cut down. First. The plant species are disappearing together with the forests.4 Directed Writing Good morning teachers and fellow students. The result has been a steady loss of natural forest. Human beings have realized many benefits from the trees in the form of timber. You might be alarmed to know that since 1950. a fifth of the world’s forest cover has been removed. food and fuel. droughts. The topic of my speech is “Effects of Deforestation”. However. These methods consisted of the closing off of forests such as creating parks and reserves and using guards and fences to secure boundaries. their destruction causes effects such as extensive flooding. -8- << >> . As forests assure the preservation of water. private sector and people to work out well.SAMPLE ANSWER 2. Forest conservation must involve the government. A forest is a natural self – sustaining community characterized by the presence of trees. a decline to a large part of the planet’s biodiversity. these were not effective at all due to lack of funds and cooperation from the public. I hope the short talk that I have delivered has given you some ideas on the effects of deforestation. I must thank the principal for giving me the opportunity to speak today. Protecting the forests therefore is of paramount importance. The clearing of forest leads directly to a loss of animal habitat and thus. Previous approaches to conserving rainforest have failed. thereby aggravating the greenhouse effect. Thank you for listening. soil erosion and pollution. medicine. At least 55% of the world’s productive temperate rainforest has been cleared. the carbon that has been stored up in the forests is incorporated into the atmosphere.

2005 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Describe the biggest challenge in your life Write a story with the title : An Unexpected visitor How to keep oneself healthy If you were given a chance to be anybody. How can we help promote tourism in Malaysia Clothes 3.3 SPM 1119/2. 2003 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) A day you wished had never happened You have been given a chance to visit a country of your choice. Write a story ending with: “We have never laughed so much in our lives.3.” 3.1 SECTION B : CONTINUOUS WRITING SPM 1119/2. who would you want to be and why? Music -9- << >> .0 3. Which country would you choose and why? An invention you cannot live without Friends Write a story that ends with: “If only I had listened to his / her advice.2 SPM 1119/2. 2004 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Describe a festival celebrated in your area.” My ideal school.

Tips and Techniques Students are required to choose one out of the five topics. 5.4 *Forcasted Questions for 2006. Write in paragraphs. Use the appropriate tone and style to create the mood that you want. 8. Sports 3. Paragraphs should be linked.3. Be original and creative especially in your introductory sentence and concluding sentence or paragraph. punctuation and grammatical errors. 10. Avoid using bombastic words which are irrelevant. 9. Use sentences of various lengths. weighing all the points that you have. direct speech. Remember to edit or check your composition for any errors in spelling. Make sure your composition fulfills the required length of about 350 words. 4. 2. Students should spend one hour on this section. Time yourself and leave at least 10 minutes for checking. 13. Read and understand all the questions given and choose a topic carefully. figurative expressions. The topics fall in the range of: • narrative composition • argumentative composition • descriptive composition • reflective composition • expository or factual composition • open essays 3. Plan an outline for the topic such as using mind-maps. 12.5 1. 11. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Describe a place of national importance Write a story entitled “A Missed Opportunity.10 - << >> . Avoid writing sentences that are too long or boring to read. quotations to make your essay more interesting. . 7. 6. Each paragraph should have a main point and its supporting details.” The benefits of reading Does money or family make you happier? Support your response. Write as neatly as possible.

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The language is accurate. Vocabulary is wide enough to convey intended meaning but may lack precision. Sentences may show some variety of structure and length but there is a tendency to use one type of structure. occasional errors are either minor of first draft slips. The composition is written in paragraphs which may show some unity. Paragraphs show some evidence of planning. There will be patches of clear. particularly when simple vocabulary and structures are used. Punctuation is generally correct but does not clarify meaning. Punctuation is accurate and helpful to the reader. Paragraphs are well-planned.43 • • • • • • • • C 32 . Spelling is nearly always accurate. including some complex sentences.MARK RANGE • • DESCRIPTION OF CRITERIA The language is entirely accurate apart from very occasional first draft slips. Vocabulary is usually adequate to show intended meaning but this is not developed to show A 44 . Vocabulary is wide enough to convey intended shades of meaning with some precision. The interest of the reader is aroused and sustained throughout the writing.12 of sentence type and length but the purpose is not clearly seen. Spelling is accurate across the full range of vocabulary used.50 • • • • • • • • • B 38 . accurate language. There is some variety . The writing is relevant but may lack originality and planning. Sentences show some variation of length and type. have unity and are usually appropriately linked. Sentence structure is varied and shows that the candidate is able to use various types of sentences to achieve a particular effect. Punctuation of simple structures is accurate on the whole but errors may occur in more complex uses. Simple words may be spelt correctly but errors may occur when more sophisticated words are used. The topic is addressed with consistent relevance. giving it a monotonous effect. The piece of writing is relevant to the topic and the interest of the reader is aroused and sustained through most of the composition. Some interest is aroused but not sustained. Vocabulary is wide and is used with precision.37 • • • • • • D << >> . mistakes may occur when more sophisticated structures are attempted. Punctuation is almost always accurate and generally helpful. Simple structures are used without error. The language is largely accurate. although links may be absent or inappropriate. The language is sufficiently accurate to communicate meaning clearly to the reader. have unity and are linked.

He stood motionless for a moment as a small spark of forgotten longing tugged his heart. Dravian. the person at the door punching the ringer repeatedly as if there was some urgency to the matter of the visit. blocking the doorway with his bulk and crossing his arms across his chest.” he replied just as sneakily. He ran a hand distractedly through his dark hair and sighed. I ………. “Oh. He opened the door. He was quite comfortably seated in the old over – stuffed wingchair.” “Are you not going to invite me in? It is cold out here. putting away the scattered books and closing the drawer of his desk properly. “What are you doing here?” he repeated. He scowled at her back as she carefully dusted the snow off her coat and hung it in the closet. hurrying along the hallway.” “I do apologise. She laughed and shook her head and headed for the kitchen.Good (An Unexpected Visitor) It was comfortably warm in the living room and the fire crackling in the grate bathed the room in gold.. She grinned teasingly at him and lifted an eloquent eyebrow. “The usual then” His features settled into a neutral expression and he stared back at her silently. He smiled when he thought back on her aggravation on his half-open drawers. Dravian stirred his drink moodily and they both kept their silence. a cup of tea at his side and the mornings newspaper on his lap. He went to tidy his study. closing the door firmly behind him. The soft smile on her lips faltered and she reached up to brush her hair behind her ears. “Well. His words died on his tongue when he saw the small face framed in the all-tag familiar chestnut curls. At last he put aside teaspoon and cleared his throat. will you? I am coming!” he called irritatedly. “I presume you wanted to see me for something?” . “What are you doing here?”. The doorbell rang again.3. making no move to allow her to enter his abode. She turned and caught his eye. he groaned in resignation and very reluctantly left his nest. he demanded stiffly. “I was in the bathroom when they were handing out manners and etiquettes. prepared to give whoever was on the other side a good telling off. It was quite understandable then that when the doorbell rang. She smiled tentatively at him and he felt his earlier irritation return and he scowled.7 Sample Answer . alright! Hold on.” she snapped back and pushed him aside roughly.” She tapered off and frowned severely at him. “We will talk about it over tea. ‘I see that you have not learned any manners at all.13 - << >> . He glanced at the clock and exited the room.

As far as he knows he is not engaged to anyone. Dravian pulled several sheets of paper from within the envelope and began scanning them.” she said at last and dug into her purse. “Yes. “Dravian. Silently. Yes. she pulled the documents from his trembling fingers. Heather Biglow. “I had quite a shock yesterday. marry the woman Dravian Senior had chosen or lose the estate. He turned questioning eyes to her. “Marry whom?” he demanded very surprised. . do you really plan on marrying that girl?” He sat up straighter in his seat. She searched his face. looking surprised. “An arranged marriage?” he spluttered indignantly.14 - << >> . He grabbed the papers again and began riffling through them in desperation. Dravian. he threw the stock onto the table. She silently selected a page and handed it to him. brushing off the crumbs from her dress before making her way over to him. of course!” “That mindless twist? You have to be joking!” Cosatte frowned and sipped her Earl Grey again. His father had arranged a marriage for him. He did not relish being bagged down by a wife or something similar. An attorney visited me last night and told me” She stopped herself. Dravian. but I still have to know. he read the page. “I had better show you the letter. read this line.”. “What?” he asked blankly. “Well. It says that you have to marry the woman your father chose for you”. his face red. he cursed the old man’s will. “I cannot believe it!” “He did it before. “This is all very confusing business. Quickly. I know our marriage has long been over and annulled. He masked his awkwardness by coughing. his fingers brushed hers and it was a disconcerting moment for him. she was right. “Heather Biglow.” he said glumly. He felt the jolt of electricity run down his spine.. His eyes grew steadily wider at each line and at last.She nursed her drink before answering. His father had done this before. There is one thing…. The terms of the contract was simple. She pushed back her chair and stood. “There has to be something we can do!” He missed the small smile on Cosette’s lips. He leaned forward to take the envelope from her and as he did. He took a steadily breath. yes. “ she said dryly. Gently.

“I did not think he even liked you!” She threw back her head and laughed. Think. You are the best for me. and it was Cosette. “And I you. flabbergasted. “Yes……… he is right. “How about it?” I fit the bill. She hugged him.” he replied honestly. he always did say he knew best”. She pulled back when she saw his frown. He stared at her as comprehension downed. Dravian. Dravian. he chose me before to be your wife”. not “Heather Biglow”. “You…you want to marry me again?” he asked. “Why not?” Then she blushed. She pressed her lips against his in a chaste kiss.” Comments:• Portray good writing skills • Lots of details • Precise vocabulary • Potential ‘film director’ .“Her name is not printed here. “The woman”. Dravian Senior had chosen his first wife. He stared down at the top of her head. His father had caught him in a similar trap before.15 - << >> . I must admit I have missed you terribly”. “Your father was an intelligent man and a horribly good schemer. “What is wrong?” “My father! I cannot believe he planned this! Interfering fellow – even in death I get no respite”. She smiled at him and nodded.” she emphasised “think”’. “Well. Dravian was forced to marry. She shrugged easily. Her mirth soon subsided and she held his gaze.

the door bell rang and my father asked me to open the door. At night. Once I turned the door knob.m. Mazda 6. “I can’t believe she still remembers what my parents like” whispered my heart. she got up and she asked me how I was doing at school. After greeting my father and mother. brush my teeth and run down for my “Koko – Krunch” breakfast just like every other day. My parents who was clueless on why my sister had suddenly came back without any notice gladly served both she and her boyfriend food. As usual. I heard a deep voice with a little Australian accent saying.8 Sample Answer . “Darling.16 - << >> . In the afternoon. Then. At about 4 p. early that morning . I would wake up. my sister explained that her company /\ sent her back here because her work up in Australia is done. So. who was quiet all along. However. They were surprised that my sister was standing rigt infront the door. She was quite surprise with the drastic change and development of our neighbour hood and said that she /\ almost forgot the road to my house. on one particular morning as I was having my meal. After lunch. I saw a familiar face. Rick Thomas to our house. I went to open the door unwillingly. Her boyfriend. With a grumpy facial expression. I quickly ran into the house cheering and welcoming my dear sister which did put on quite some weight since the last time I saw her. After that. added that they had decided to stay in Australia and work there. I told her I wasn’t doing so well and I didn’t know what my teacher was talking about. She ordered many of my parent’s favourite food such as Sweetsour Pork and Curry Fish head. Her company sent her there two years ago because she had a major project to do there. I followed her in her new bought car. My parents who wasn’t really happy with my sister’s decision to stay there and get married at first reluctantly agreed /\ their marriage as my sister and her boyfriend had been together /\ quite sometime.3. my sister decided to bring me and her husband for a ride around the town and neighbourhood.Moderate (An Unexpected Visitor) I could still remember how I cried and whined like a baby when I saw my dear darling sister left for Australia. My parents who thought I was talking rots came and see who was the visitor at the door. both my sister and her boyfriend entered my house. please introduce them to me.” My parents and I was shocked to see that my sister has brought back her Australian boyfriend. one that I had missed since two years ago. While eating. we went and my sister said she wanted /\ rest. Then. she cooked dinner . she took the initiative to teach me whatever she knows and it did really help me understand the subjects better. It was my sister with all her luggage and she’s returned home. my sister called my parents up and she wanted to treat them a scrumptious meal in Thai Thong restaurant. We were quite shocked to hear that my sister and her boyfriend are staying there and getting married and they said that one of the reasons why she /\ came back was to get my parent’s blessing.

Once I turned the door knob. brush my teeth and run down for my “Koko – Krunch” breakfast just like every other day. .” My parents and I were shocked to see that my sister has brought back her Australian boyfriend. my results improved. It was really a delicious meal and her cooking /\ improved tremendously since the last time. Rick Thomas to our house. It was my sister with all her luggage and she had returned home.8 Revised Answer . Her company sent her there two years ago because she had a major project to do there. early that morning. “Darling. Though it was only a week of stay in my house. As usual. I quickly ran into the house cheering and welcoming my dear sister who had put on quite some weight since the last time I had seen her. both my sister and her boyfriend entered my house. With a grumpy facial expression. So. Then. the door bell rang and my father asked me to open the door. please introduce them to me. When it was time for her to go.Moderate (An Unexpected Visitor) I can still remember how I cried and whined like a baby when I saw my dear darling sister leave for Australia. it did cause an impact on my life on my life and with her guidance in Mathematics. Now. I was to see the “Unexpected Visitor” which came and changed my life forever. I would wake up.for my family without my mother’s help. on one particular morning as I was having my meal. I heard a deep voice with a little Australian accent saying. During that whole week of stay. However. my heart felt very broken and hurt because I know I will never get to see my darling sister in the near future. They were surprised that my sister was standing right in front the door. After greeting my father and mother. I saw a familiar face. Comments:• Not so confident • Too insecure in too many places • Good features but lack of control • Patches of clear language 3. My parents who thought I was talking a lot came and see who was the visitor at the door. I went to open the door unwillingly. one that I had missed since two years ago. Some which includes German sausage which cost RM 15 for one. and sushi.17 - << >> . My parents who were clueless on why my sister had suddenly came back without any notice gladly served both her and her boyfriend food. a Japanese food which I haven’t heard /\ before. when I think and flash back. my sister brought me out and took me to dine much rare delicacies which I myself haven’t tasted before although I live in Malaysia.

my sister decided to bring me and her husband for a ride around the town and neighbourhood. my results improved. Some which included German sausage which cost RM 15 for one. During that whole week of stay. she cooked dinner for my family without my mother’s help. when I think and flash back. it did cause an impact on my life on my life and with her guidance in Mathematics. Then. she took the initiative to teach me whatever she knew and it did really help me understand the subjects better.m. She ordered many of my parents’ favourite foods such as Sweetsour Pork and Curry Fish head. She was quite surprised with the drastic change and development of our neighbourhood and said that she had almost forgotten the road to my house. I was to see the “Unexpected Visitor” who came and changed my life forever. we went and my sister said she wanted to rest. It was really a delicious meal and her cooking had improved tremendously since the last time. I told her I wasn’t doing so well and I didn’t know what my teacher was talking about. added that they had decided to stay in Australia and work there. After lunch. After that. When it was time for her to go. Now. At about 4 p. a Japanese food which I hadn’t heard of before. In the afternoon. We were quite shocked to hear that my sister and her boyfriend are staying there and getting married and they said that one of the reasons why she had come back was to get my parents’ blessing.18 - << >> . she got up and she asked me how I was doing at school. and sushi. “I can’t believe she still remembers what my parents like” whispered my heart. Her boyfriend. Mazda 6. At night. Though it was only a week of stay in my house. my sister called my parents up and she wanted to treat them a scrumptious meal in Thai Thong restaurant. my sister explained that her company had sent her back here because her work up in Australia is done. my heart felt very broken and hurt because I knew I would never get to see my darling sister in the near future. I followed her in her newly bought car. who was quiet all along. my sister brought me out and took me to dine many rare delicacies which I myself hadn’t tasted before although I live in Malaysia. My parents who were really happy with my sister’s decision to stay there and get married at first reluctantly agreed to their marriage as my sister and her boyfriend had been together for quite sometime.While eating. .

and when a hour the robber was gone. Comments:• Almost entirely impossible to read • Makes little or no sense .00 oclock my father and my mother went out go to out station my father told me to caution close the wall and the door and lock it.Potential (An Unexpected Visitor) “An unexpected visitor” at 9.00 o ‘clock i saw a unexpected visitor at my wall i was very scary i saw the unexpestes it a robber o anything els. Police came to my house and the robber cannot ran and the robber has been catch by the poice and my fathe go back home immediately because his saw a anything happened to me to my father promise to me don want to me and when his go to out station. i stay alone at that night my fathe went home at least 3 day left in that night at 12.9 Sample Answer . . but i near some-thing at down i go down and i se a robber went in my house an steel my mother gold back i pickup the handfone and i call my father and my father and my fathe call the poice.3.00 am the robber came again in the time i asleep at the room. and i mind the robber was gone At the tomorrow night at 12.19 - << >> .

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Graphic materials & short text . speech .ENGLISH LANGUAGE 1119/2 (MODULE) Format of SPM Bahasa Inggeris 1119/2 SECTION TIME NO OF MARKS QUESTIONS TYPE OF QUESTIONS .pamphlets.expressions .tables .magazines.newspaper clippings . 6 25 D 35 min.sign & notices .factual. speech .dialogue.narrative.Rational cloze . report .narrative.tables .announcements . brochures . 10 10 C 50 min. descriptive .short texts .comic strips . dialogue . 3 25 .leaflets.21 - << >> .descriptive.article Literature component . article Information transfer (structured responses) .poem/short story/novel A 25 min. 15 15 B 25 min. newspapers .letter. advertisements Comprehension & summary writing .advertisements .

This will help remind you to select the correct answers. Underline words like incorrect.2 Rational Cloze 4.1 Tips and Techniques 1.22 - << >> .1.2. This part consists of 8 multiple-choice questions: • • • • • • • • 2.1 Tips and Techniques 1. 4. SHORT TEXTS & RATIONAL CLOZE Graphic Materials and Short Text 4. 3.1 SECTION A : GRAPHIC MATERIALS. 4.0 4. To familiarize yourself with words commonly used in this section.4. Understanding the question is the key to answering the question. you should do more exercises found in model tests and past years’ questions. Advertisements Notices / Signs Graphs / Charts Tables Newspaper clippings Short texts Announcements Comic strips Read the question first and then look at the information given to find the answer. 5. This part consists of seven multiple-choice questions: • narrative • dialogue • descriptive • report • factual • speech • letter • article . untrue or false.

7. Do not waste time unnecessarily.23 - << >> . C or D on the answer sheet provided.2. Remember all the grammatical rules before deciding on the answers. 5. the words that come before and after it. Try to understand what it means by looking at the context of the blank. Read through the passage first to get the gist to help you get clues to the answers. B. 6. D Donate money to help stray animals find a home. 3. it may mean that your answers are incorrect. . Go back to it when you have finished the section. If the options are very similar. BE KIND TO ANIMALS Report all cases of cruelty to animals to the SPCA (Tel: 03-5656 6778) What must you do if someone ill-treated an animal? A Report to the SPCA. Question 1 Study the sign and answer the question that follows. If you are uncertain of an answer. choose the best option. C Give food to all stray animals you meet. 4. Then circle the answer A.3 Section A [15 marks] Questions 1 – 8 For each of the questions. go on to the next blank. Finally when all the answers have been chosen. read the question first and then study the information given to find the best answer. 4. If it does not make sense grammatically or contextually. read the passage with the answers. B Send all animals to the animal shelter.

2002) What do you think is the message contained in the report? A When you are old. B You can become too old to do anything. for 2 years and I was given free D’Bright Club membership for a year. Which section of the hospital would you go to get information regarding your friend? A Out patient B Emergency C Enquiries Question 3 Read the letter below and answer the question that follows. GENERAL HOSPITAL You heard that your friend has met with an accident. I have subscribed to D’Bright.Question 2 Read the sign below and answer the question that follows. He received his doctorate in a graduation ceremony at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. He also became one of the oldest people to graduate from university. SYDNEY – At the age of 92. C Age is no barrier to success. I would like to know how to renew my club membership when it ends. Ron Fitch of Australia earned his doctorate in engineering and proved that age is no barrier to learning. What does the word it in the note refer to? A The D’Bright membership B Magazine subscription C Club membership D Club fees Question 4 Read the newspaper report below and answer the question that follows. 30 October. .24 - << >> . He received his doctorate in a graduate from university. you are useless. Dear Sir. (Adapted from The Star.

B Art and comic books share the same level of popularity.Question 5 Read the notice below and answer the question that follows. consider it sold. Biodata of Clarence Liew Name. Question 7 Read the biodata below and answer the question that follows. The warning can be found at many supermarkets. It means that A you have to pay for any breakage. language books are not as popular. C Compared to comic books. Nice to hold.25 - << >> . Question 6 Study the pie chart below and answer the question that follows. WARNING Good to look at. Clarrence Liew Favourite Colour: Dark blue Favourite food : Ice-cream Favourite pastime : Playing guitar and swimming Achievements: Badminton champion for the Junior Malaysian Cup Championship . Book Festival 2004 Horror 16% Comics 10% Art 8% Computer 43% Language 23% Which of the following statement best describes the pie chart? A People enjoy reading horror stories most. If it is broken. C you will not be held responsible if you damage any of the goods on sale. D Computer and language books are popular due to increasing globalization. B you can look at and hold all the goods on sale as much as you like.

you should A serve these with chilli B consume these when they are cold C consume these when you feel cold D give these to those with a bad cold Questions 9-15 Read the following passage and choose the best answer. I would always tell about the midwife ___(12)___ was taken to a grave to deliver a child. . surrounded by the inky darkness and the eerie noises made by night insects. The stories would get scarier and scarier as the night progressed. The scariest stories were of vampires flying everywhere in search of victims to suck ___(15)___ blood. Another would talk about ___(14)___ in a hotel and opening the bedroom door to a floating female ghost. We would only stop telling the stories when we became too frightened to continue. BEST SERVED CHILLED According to this sign. Everyone had a frightening tale or experience to ___(11)___ .26 - << >> . One of the other campers would talk about a man who asked a female ghost for a forecast of the four-digit lottery and had to ___(13)___ it with his life when he was taken as a husband by the female ghost as repayment for the favour. We would ___(10)___ it while seated around the fire we had built.Where would Clarence be spending most of his time? A in the swimming pool B at the badminton court C in his room Question 8 Read the sign below and answer the questions that follow. It was a strange thing but I remember how we loved to tell ghost stories whenever we went camping and we did not do it ___(9)___ the daytime when the brightness would make even the most cowardly of us brave.

4. Information will be based on the given stimulus from: • magazines • newspapers • leaflets • brochures • pamphlets • advertisements STIMULUS Tour Brochure – Tasik Kenyir Advertisements Article – Mind-map Travel Brochure Book Reviews Advertisements 4.9 A B C D 10 A B C D on by during in do did done doing 13 A B C D pay with pay in pay to pay for 14 A living B staying C in habiting 15 A their B my C her 11 A give B award C contribute 12 A B C D which whose who where 4.1. 2 . Analysis Of Past Years’ Questions YEAR 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 *forecast for 2006 Tips and Techniques 1.4.27 - << >> .4 Section B: Information Transfer 4.

7. Contains less Made of cocoa extracts and skim sugar. with water. you no longer have Cocoa Drink to count your calories. For stronger Our pineapple crush is not diluted bones and teeth. companion when you’re burning the midnight oil. The perfect don’t have a sweet tooth. Ten subjective questions are asked.) 4. Indo Coffee DEAN’S Lemonade A healthy drink specially prepared with 3-in-1 instant coffee. Read all the information provided in the stimulus. . Write your answers in the space or boxes provided. Specially for those who prepare and tastes like traditionally brewed ones. There will be clues in the questions and you need to do some logical reasoning to derive the answers. 5. 4. milk. Your answers have to be brief or short. Students are required to compare and match various short texts and analyse the information. rich in calcium. Your answers have to be grammatically correct (spelling.2. punctuation etc. A treat for chocolate lover. HQ Low Fat Milk Uncle Soo’s Pineapple Crush Low in fat. it doesn’t contain any artificial flavouring. 6. Low in sugar. Easy to 50% less sugar.28 - << >> . Yuyu Diet Soda Choccy With our soft drink. Then read the questions. Plus. low in calories. 3.3 SECTION B [10 Marks] Questions 16 – 25 Read the following information on the different types of drinks and answer the questions that follow.4.

29 - << >> . _______________________________________________ [1 mark] .” ____________________________________ [1mark] Questions 21 -25 Write short answers to the following questions.Questions 16 -20 Select the most suitable drink for the following people based on their needs and preferences. 16 Raju : “I’m looking for a healthy drink which is low in sugar.” ____________________________________ [1mark] 20 Linda :”I find chocolate simply irresistible.” ____________________________________ [1mark] 18 Mr Greg 19 Lee Seong :”I hope to have stronger bones and teeth. _______________________________________________ [1mark] [1mark] 25 As a health consultant. 21 Which drink claims to be made of 100% fruit juice? _______________________________________________ 22 Why would Indo Coffee be easy to prepare? _______________________________________________ [1mark] [1mark] 23 Which drink would you suggest to a friend who is on a diet but loves soft drinks? _______________________________________________ 24 Name the two ingredients in Choccy Cocoa Drink. recommend a drink which would strengthen teeth.” ____________________________________ 17 Zaini [1mark] :”I need to stay awake as I work until the wee hours of the night.” ____________________________________ [1mark] :”I hate artificial flavouring and I am allergic to milk.

1 Tips And Techniques 1.30 - << >> . Begin by going through all the questions first before reading the passage. Then read the passage carefully before answering the questions. our teeth. 8.4. You may lift text from the passage unless stated otherwise. . 4. 3. Both have helped the dentist tremendously in 5 treating the tooth problems of their patients. If the passage is in the first person point of view. 6. remember to change the pronoun according to the question.5.5.2 SAMPLE QUESTION Section C [25 marks] Questions 26 – 30 Read this passage and then answer the questions that follow. 1 In the past few years. 9.5 Section C : Reading Comprehension 4. Remember to put quotation mark for phrases quoted. This section comprises five subjective or open-ended questions based on one of the following genres: • Narrative • Descriptive • Dialogue • Speech • Article 2. Write your answers in suitable standard English. Always check your answers before you pass up your answer script. The other change is the introduction of virtual dentistry. there have been two dramatic changes in the treatment of a very important part of us. One change is the use of lasers in extracting teeth and filling up tooth cavities. 4. Do not just copy large portions of the passage as your answer. Make sure your answers are to the point. 5. 7.

It also detects tiny cavities and whitens teeth. . it is important that the dentist must first 35 find out the virtual patient profile. they have not completely replaced conventional high – speed drills or other cutting tools on the dental clinics. But with this programme. Yet. 6 Virtual dentistry. Before using this programme. Such computer programmes are a sort of flight simulator for medical and dental students. The other advantages are that dental laser minimize the pain of treating small cavities while helping to preserve more of the surrounding tooth. estimates that 30 about 5% of dentists in the United States incorporate lasers into their practices. 5 Currently. 10 3 Dental applications of lasers have been studied since lasers were first 15 developed in the 1960s. Lasers are more 20 sensitive than the human eye in picking up tiny pit and fissure cavities. we can take what’s going inside our heads and show it to 40 patients”. Although they are more precise than many conventional instruments. on the other hand. On the other hand. This profile enables dental surgeons to explore different treatments and more accurately. a CT scanner to create X – ray – type photos 45 and images of a plaster model to capture the shape the external flesh.2 Lasers have replaced the dental drill and the scalpel in the dentists’ rooms.31 - << >> . especially if they are used at too high a power for too long. The patients can see his teeth on the computer screen. uses computer programmes to explore the many different treatments and allow students to practice on virtual patients. healing is better and faster. instead of mentally reconstructing the past when they try to explain how to do these procedures. dentists and dental hygienists can be trained by the laser manufactures through courses at some universities an through programmes sponsored by the academy. The Academy of Laser Dentistry. predicts results. a dental camera that takes pictures inside the mouth. “Most of the time. which promotes lasers in addition to training and certifying dentists to sue them. to cut gums. 7 What happens is that a very accurate likeness is created with the four tools: a normal computer using a jaw motion tracker. they remain outside the profession’s mainstream. our explanations consists a lot of verbal descriptions and hand – waving. One American dentist using lasers in his clinic said. 4 In gum surgery. since lasers produce energy and heat. each using a slightly different type of light. where the lasers not only cuts but can staunch bleeding by coagulation. this is the latest development in the field of dentistry known as laser dentistry. A word of caution for dental patients. they can potentially damage the tooth or other tissues. So now. soft tissues and even enamel. they can send someone a CD – Rom with the surgery on it in 3 – D. It uses various instruments. Yes. They should make sure that their dentist 25 who uses lasers is properly trained and experienced. They are making 5 cavity treatment painless and reducing bleeding during surgery. and dental schools do not currently train students how to use them.

give two words that mean (a) supported _________________________________________________ [1 mark] (b) calculates _________________________________________________ [1 mark] 30 From paragraph 6. what are the two benefits of lasers? (i) ____________________________________________________ [1mark] (ii) _____________________________________________________ [1 mark] 28 From paragraph 4. You are advised to answer them in the order set.Questions 26-30 Answer all questions. what are the two recent changes in dental treatment? (a) ____________________________________________________ [1 mark] (b) ____________________________________________________ [1 mark] 27 From paragraph 2.32 - << >> . 26 From paragraph 1. why is a patient profile important to the dentist? (a) (b) __________________________________________________ [1 mark] __________________________________________________ [1 mark] . say why lasers can damage the tooth? _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ [2 marks] 29 From paragraph 5.

You may use a grid or mind-map to help plan for the summary. 8. 3.1 Tips And Techniques 1.6 Section C : Summary Writing 4. Add sentence connectors. 10. check your answer for any errors before you pass up your answer script. 5. read the rubrics to fully understand the task given and what you need to do. 7. linkers to make the summary more organized.2 Sample Question 31 Based on the passage given. Students will be asked to summarize a certain section of the reading comprehension passage (example: line 5 – 39) Firstly. 11. 6. 4. 2. 12. Do not write more than the required number of words as no marks will be awarded beyond the given word limit. Leave out examples and unnecessary details. Do not add your own opinion or ideas. 15. Very weak students can concentrate on lifting rather than using own words. 17. Use reported speech and own words as far as possible. Underline the ten relevant points to score full marks for content. Count your words and write the total number of words correctly. Include • benefits of using lasers in dentistry • harm in using lasers in dentistry Credit will be given for use of own words but care must be taken not to change the original meaning. read the passage at least twice to look for content points Next. Then.4. including the 10 words given below • Use the material from lines 5 – 39 Begin your summary as follows: The practice of laser dentistry and virtual dentistry enable dentists… (15 marks) . 4. Check on the point of view that should be used. 13. write a summary in which you describe the changes in the treatment of our teeth.6.33 - << >> . write out the summary including the ten words given. Keep to the tense of the passage. identify the portion of the passage to be paraphrased.6. Your summary must •Be in continuous writing (not in note form) • Not be longer than 130 words. Then. Lastly. 14. 16. 9. A summary should be in one paragraph.

This section comprises of 3 sections – Short Stories. 9. 7. 11. A total of 5 marks for Poem and 5 marks for Short Story will be awarded. Read the questions carefully. 4.4. Poems and Novels. 2. 5. 3.1 Analysis of Past Years’ Questions YEAR 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 POEMS Si Tenggang’s Homecoming If Monsoon History Sonnet 18 Si Tenggang’s Homecoming • The Road Not Taken • There’s Been A Death In The Opposite House SHORT STORIES The Necklace The Sound Machine The Drover’s Wife The Lotus Eater Looking for a Rain God • • The Necklace The Sound Machine NOVEL Favourite character An important moral lesson Character you sympathize with Most memorable event & reasons Theme of Love in a family • • Character you dislike Setting *2006 * forecast for 2006 4. 10. . Students have to answer 4 questions each for Poems and Short Stories and 1 question for Novels. 6. Apply what you have read from the text to each question. Poems and Novels (Themes. Students will have to know all the text and poems really well.7 Section D : Literature 4. Do not give a synopsis of the novel. Setting. Quote when necessary.7.7. Moral values. 12. Point of view. Use certain parts to strengthen your arguments or give examples to support your opinion.34 - << >> . 8.2 Tips and Techniques 1. This is an open-ended question and students can use any of the three novels to answer it. Characters. Question 34 (Novel) carries the most marks – 15. Techniques and Literary Devices). Familiarize yourself with the following aspects of the Short Stories.

Thye wonder if it died on that’ I used to when a boy. explain why the neighbours rustle in and out? ………………………………………………………………………………(2m) . And he owned all the mourners now. To take the measure of the house. The minister goes stiffly in.(1m) (d) In your own words.3 Sample Questions 32 Read the poem below and answer the questions that follow. THERE’S BEEN A DEATH IN THE OPPOSITE HOUSE There’s been a death in the opposite house As lately as today. As if the house were his.4. There’ll be that dark parade Of tassles and of coaches soon.mechanically.. Abrupt. And then the milliner and the man Of the appalling trade. And little boys besides.… (1 m) (c ) Which line from the poem shows that the children are afraid ? ………………………………………………………………………………. The intuition of the news In just a country town Emily Dickinson 32 (a) Why did the doctor drive away ……………………………………………………………………………. Somebody flings a mattress out. A window opens like a pot. I know it by the numb look Such houses have always The neighbours rustle in and out.. It’s easy a sign. ( 1 m) (b) The word “it” in line 11 refers to ………………………………………………………………………….7.35 - << >> . The children hurry by. The doctor drives away.

defending her miserable money. (a) What did she lose that led to this situation ? ………………………………………………………………..…… ….She washed the dishes.……………………………………………………………………………….a basket on her arm. the shirt and the dishcloths.bargaining .4 Sample Questions 33 Read the extract from the short story “The Necklace below and answer the questions that follow.…………… (I m) (c) Do you feel sorry for Mathilde Loisel? Give a reason for your answer.7.using her dainty fingers and rosy nails on greasy pots and pans. She came to know what heavy housework meant and odious cares of the kitchen .………………………………………………………………………….(2m) .sou by sou. She washed the soiled linen.…………… (I m) (b) What has happened to Mathilde Loisel ? ……………………………………………………………….meeting with impertinence. …. stopping for breath at every landing.which she dried upon a line : she took the slops down to the street every morning and carried up the water.…………….4.And dressed like a woman of the people.and the butcher.…………… (I m) (c) How did Mathilde Loisel manage to pay back the loan? ………………………………………………………………. she ran to the fruiteter. ……………………………………………………………….36 - << >> .the grocer.

…………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………….....37 - << >> .4..5 Sample Question 34 The following are the novels studied in the literature component in English language .7. Maniam Choose any one of the novels above and answer the question below... ………………………………………………………………….. . ………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………….. …………………………………………………………………...... Which character do you dislike the most in the novel you have studied? Give reasons.. Jungle of Hope The Pearl The Return Keris Mas John Steinbeck K.... ………………………………………………………………….S. ………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………….

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20. Yuyu Diet Soda Indo Coffee Uncle Soo’s Pineapple Crush HQ Low Fat Milk Choccy Cocoa Drink Uncle Soo’s Pineapple Crush It is an instant coffee Yuyu Diet Soda cocoa extracts and skim milk HQ Low Fat Milk . 22.1 MARK SCHEME (MODULE / PAPER 2) Marking Scheme for Section A SECTION A QUESTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 KEY/ANSWER A C C C A D A B C A C C D B A 5.2 Marking Scheme for Section B The assessment objective for section B is to assess students’ ability to : • transfer relevant information accurately from one text – type to another. 23. 18. 21.0 5. 16. 24. 19. 25.39 - << >> . 17.5.

(i) They have made cavity treatments painless (ii) Reduced bleeding during surgery Since lasers produce energy and heat.4.3 26. Write the number of words. they can potentially damage the tooth or other tissues (a) sponsored (b) estimates (a) It enables the dentist to explore the different treatments for his patient (b) He can predict results of the treatment . A double line should be drawn after the introductory words and after the 120th word. For sequence errors.5.4 Mark Scheme for Summary Assessment objectives: • select and retrieve relevant information from a given text source • use the information to display an understanding of a task • organize specific information coherently • paraphrase effectively and concisely • present the information in Standard English Maximum marks awarded: Content . Number and circle each valid point where it occurs according to the list of points given. 3. 5. 29. if it is less than 120 words. 2. (b) Another is the use of lasers to extract teeth.1 Mark Criteria for Content: 1. . 5. Marking Scheme for Section C – Reading Comprehension (a) One change is the use of lasers in dental treatment.10 marks Style and presentation . 27. 6.40 - << >> . withhold the mark for a point if it is wildly out of sequence and do not penalize the point that then follows. Do not rely on the candidate’s word – total alone.5 marks Total . 28. 30.15 marks 5. Punctuation and grammatical errors will be assessed right after the introductory words. 4.

Incorporates two categories of writing: • ability to paraphrase and • use of English 2. 8.3 Style and Presentation: 1. Add the marks for paraphrase and use of English together and divide by two. 6.2 Summary Points 1. 14.4.5. 9. treats dental problem better makes cavity treatment painless reduces bleeding during surgery detects tiny cavities whitens teeth preserves the surrounding tooth sensitive in picking up cavities healing is better / faster explores different types of treatment dentists/patients see the teeth on the screen simulator for medical/dental students high energy/heat produced can damage tooth/tissues dentists should be well trained/experienced 5. 15. 13. 7. 11. 3. 5. Add the marks to the content marks and show as a total in the right hand -margin of the script.4.41 - << >> . 3. . 10. 4. 2. Raise any half – marks to the nearest whole number. 12. 4.

The dead person / the deceased “The children hurry by”. (1 mark) (1 mark) (1 mark) (2 marks) .5 Section D: Literature 5.LANGUAGE DESCRIPTORS Question 31 : Summary MARK PARAPHRASE Sustained rephrasing Allow phrases from text which are difficult to substitute Expression is secure MARK USE OF ENGLISH Language is accurate Occasional slips or minor errors Very well-organized and coherent throughout Ability to use original and complex structures Language is largely accurate Isolated serious errors Well-organized and coherent in most parts Some ability to use original and complex structure Language is sufficiently accurate Noticeable serious errors Fairly well-organized and coherent in some parts Meaning is not doubt Frequent serious errors Poorly organized and lacks coherence Heavy frequency of serious errors Fractured syntax Incoherent Mostly multiple word error 5 5 4 Noticeable rephrasing Free from stretches of concentrated lifting Expression is generally sound Limited rephrasing Intelligent and selective lifting Expression is not always secure Wholesale copying Attempts to substitute with own language limited to single word expression More or less a complete transcript of text Originality barely noticeable Mindless lifting 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 5. To pay their last respects to the dead person / to console the family of the deceased Accept any other reasonable answer.42 - << >> .1 Mark Scheme For ‘The Road Not Taken’ Question 32 (a) (b) (c) (d) He confirmed the person had died.5.

5./no. yes.5 marks MARK CONTENT An always relevant response to be the task Almost always provides textual evidence Maintains a consistent and convincing point of view A relevant response to the task Usually provides textual evidence Maintains a consistent point of view MARK LANGUAGE Accurate Very well-organised Easily understood 10.5.2 Mark Scheme for ‘The Necklace’ Question 33 (a) (b) (c ) (d) A Necklace She had worked very hard. accept any reasonable answers 5.9 5 8-7 4 Largely accurate Well-organized Easily understood 6-5 An intermittently relevant response to the task Provides little textual evidence Point of view consistent in parts 3 Frequent errors but meaning not in doubt Fairly organized Can be understood 4-3 A response of very little relevance to the task Hardly any textual evidence Point of view difficult to establish 2 Some blurring in meaning Poorly organized Generally difficult to understand 2-1 Shows barely any understanding of the requirement(s) of the task Point of view not established 1 Makes little/ no sense at all Lacks organization Difficult to understand . so she looked old and worn-out. She had to do all the housework and save every sou she could.43 - << >> .…..10 marks Language .3 Mark Scheme for the Novel Question 34 Allocation of marks: Content .5.

when he discovers that Kino has found the great pearl. They make cavity treatment painless and reduce bleeding during surgery. On top of that. Virtual dentistry uses compute programs to explore different types of treatment.5. he gives the baby some white powder. besides preserving the surrounding tooth. Kino does not fall for his trickery as he refuses to give the pearl to the doctor for safekeeping. His attitude is the opposite of good doctors who are supposed to treat everybody equally. Many dental clinics are using the lasers instead of the dental drill. Coyotito.4 Model Answer for Literature The character that I dislike most in The Pearl by John Steinbeck is the doctor. He has never set his foot anywhere near the village before.44 - << >> . After each treatment. However.3 Sample Answer for Summary The practice of laser dentistry and virtual dentistry enable dentists to treat dental problems better. as lasers produce high energy and heat. Lasers are more sensitive in picking up cavities. This is criminal act and the doctor deserves to be punished.5. computer programmes are like flight simulators for medical and dental students. However. The doctor shows that he is insincere when he decides to go to the brush houses to pay Coyotito a visit. Finally. Improperly trained dentist can cause harm to patients. This is why it is easy to dislike this character. just to ensure that he will be able to come back and ‘cure’ the baby. he realizes his services are not needed. which later turns out to be poison.5. they can potentially damage the tooth and other tissues. The doctor is greedy and dishonest. the doctor refuses to treat the child because he says Kino and Juana will never be able to pay him. When Kino’s son. he smugly announces to the villagers that Kino is on of his patients. is stung by the scorpion. When he sees that the baby is getting better. Kino’s great pearl is his only reason for going to the brush houses. . He is an unethical doctor who chooses to treat only rich patients. It also detects tiny cavities and whitens teeth. healing is better and faster. Another reason why I dislike the doctor is because he is a criminal. (128 words) 5. Obviously. dentists and patients can see the teeth on the screen. Fortunately. Thus.

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