SULIT 111911 Bahasa Inggeris Kertas 1 Sept.

2008 1 314 jam

JABATAN PELAJARAN NEGERI JOHOR PEPEFUKSAAN PERCUBAAN

SIJIL PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSIA 2008 BAHASA INGGERIS
Kertas 1 Satu jam empat puluh lima minit

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN IN1 SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU Arahan
1 . Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 2 bahagian: Bahagian A dan Bahagian B. 2. Jawub kedua-dua bahagian.

Instructions

1 . This question paper consists of' two sections: Section A and Section B 2. Answer both sections.

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Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 2 halaman bercetak.

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Section A: Directed Writing

(35 marks)
You are advised to spend about 45 minutes on this section.

Question 1
Your school has carried out a cleanliness campaign to raise awareness among the students about the importance of keeping the environment clean. As the secretary of the Environment Club, you have been asked to write a report to the principal about the campaign.

In your report, include the following: date aim slogan of campaign number of club members involved teachers involved

two relevant examples of

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When writing your report, you should remember to: address it to the principal give it a title use all the points given

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Section B: Continuous Writing

(50 marks)
You are advised to spend about 60 minutes on (his section.
Question 2

Write a composition of about 350 words on one of the following topics:

(a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

Describe a proud moment in your life.
Is it better to be born rich or intelligent? Discuss.

Write a story beginning with: "I tried again and again ..." How to be a good friend. Holidays

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Section A [ I 5 marks]

Elaine, a Form Four Arts student in SMK USJ4 in Subang Jaya, Selangor, is the author of "Ethnic Musical lnstrument of Malaysia". She is officially the nation's youngest author to write such a book and this has earned her a name in the Malaysia Book of Records

Which of the following statements shows that Elaine is well-known?
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She is the author of "Ethnic Musical lnstrument of Malaysia". She has been recognised in the Malaysia Book of Records. She is the youngest author in Malaysia. She is a Form Four Arts student.

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Shoes have to be comfortable. Choose shoes that fit well. Change into a different pair every day because wearing one pair continuously wears it out. Take care of your shoes by applying shoe cream or polish.
You should change shoes daily in order to A B C wear them comfortably. make them last longer. keep them shiny.

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Recently, I boarded a taxi at Taman Jaya 1,R.l' Station in Petaling .laya to get home. It was a 10-minute ride. I am usually very courteous and friendl) with taxi drivers, as I know they would have had a bad day fighting through trafiic. And 1 was my usual self with this driver. I gavc him directions to my home but he was rather quiet and did not want to speak. As we approached the road to my home I told him i t was another right turn but he stopped suddenly and asked me to get o f f as he claimed i t was difficult to rcverse which was not the case. Shashi Nctto

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Shashi Netto wrotc to the newspaper to express her A disappointment. dilemma. regret.

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'\'he aesthetic beauty and tine craftsmanship of' traditional Malaysian architecture are well displayed in the series o f paintings by Mokhlar Harun. Mokhtar's colourful paintings o f Malaysian Kampung scenes are now available Cor sale.

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In the extract above, what are the items on display? A I3 Traditional architecture Malaysian kampi~ngs Colourful paintings Fine handicrafts

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Eat colours for good health

The advertisement means that you should cat fruits and vegetables to have colourful lives. fruits and vegetables to slay healthy. colourfi~l food to be healthy. food colouring to be healthy.

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Flood Typhoon (Nargis) Earthquake Sunken ferry Typhoon (Fusheng)

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In total, which disaster claimed the most victims?

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When he was 21, he had RM80,OOO in his bank account which he saved by helping his contractor father. A ycar later, he madc his tirst million. Ilis advantage was that he was and still is, a prudent and simple man who had saved every sen he received from his parents since his school days. 'This is true o f Tan Sri Salleh o f Plaza Corporation who became successful i n the world o f business i n 1975.

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From the extract above we can conclude that Tan Sri Sallch is

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SULIT

Questions 9 - 15 are bc~sed the jbllowingpas,sage. on

It is estimated that there are at least 250 rnillion child labourers worldwide. Many o f

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children have to work

in harsh environments. Children who work

as domestic servants are subjected to physical or sexual abuse. They arc olien deprived -10-social all. Children are also pledged by their parents to factory owners in
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small loans or they are kidnapped to work in factories. Most are kept in

tortured and made to work for twenty hours a day without a break. Some are cven chained to their beds at night to - 1 3 t h e m from running away. 'There arc also

those who work for industries and plantations. 'They perform all kinds o f duties throughout the day. Most o f them -14and safety regulations. In the streets o f the developing world, children are -15p-polishing shoes,

in hazardous conditions, with no heallh

hawking flowers and trinkets, or using other ingenious ways to makc money. For some, it is the only way o f getting food; for others, it is just the beginning o f a dreadful life.

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detention captivity custody

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Section I3 ( 1 0 mark\)
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Questions 16 - 20 llsing the injbrmation given, write the types of offirs in lhe boxes below.

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Trade in the 1999 'TMGP ticket for a platinum Grandstand F for onlv RM99. Free limited edition of lothTMGP T-shirt and cap.

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Questions 21 - 25 I'omplele the sentences below using lhe informalion given.

21. If you want to listen to the live telecast of the F I, you will need a ...................
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23. Mr Lim will get ............................................. if he buys RM3000 worth of

Topaz tickets.

24. Sue has to purchase Platinum Grandstand F ticket via ................................. [ I mark]

25. Jason Lee, a student needs to show his student ID or Mycard to enjoy a reduction of

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Section C
(25 marks]
Questions 26 - 31 clrc bn.verl on rlw ,fi)llo~.ingpc~.v.vr~g~~.

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'Tears flowed do\\n the checks o f m y daughter when she called a f c r spending her lirst night at the remote National Scrvicc training camp in Tarnbunan, located i n the interior division o f Sabah. M y daughter, M e l i n r a n i , left home on 1)eccmber 29 arid Tor thc Iirsl t i ~ n c n 17 i \ear\. Shc stayed away l i o m the f'amily and underwent a transformation lo uncIcr4tand 5 life better. Pampered with comfortable living i n the city all her lit?, 4he found i t difficult to adjust to the dormitory there. She was terrified by the palm-sic.cd rhinocero4 hcctlcs, grasshoppers and spiders and she also disliked bathing i n the cold water ~ Ithe I Foothi1Is o f the C'rocker Range. Hesides the unknown challenges she had to face as a trainee at the camp, her major setbacks wcre missing home-cooked food, family and friends as well as losing the golden chance of' chatting via the Internet. Among her other trivial challcngcs wcrc not being allowed to usc her mobile phone on weekdays and not allowed to lcavc thc camp. She also had to handwash her clothes and undertake various responsibilities and follo\v a rcgi~ncnted schedule daily. M y advice to her was to be ihcused and strong because litc is an a d ~ c n t u r c ant! shc should view her three-month stint there as a privilcge to learr~nlorc about l i l k and nature. 'To give her moral support, I visited her with the whole family at the canip'\ opcn day on January 19. Indeed, it was an emotional reunion which enhanced l i t n i l ) 20 bonding and understanding. She had lost sotne weight. She looked more tanned as well as trim and fit. She had developed a strong comradeship with other trainees f'roin Sabah and Sarawak. 'I'he camp is about two hours' drive uphill from Kota Kinabalu and 1 was ovcrwhclmed by the picturesque villages, scenic hills and the pleasing view 01' Mount Kinabalu 011 the drivc up. Only a handful o f parcnts turned up to visit the 300 odd 3-5 trainees and participated with them in games and performances. Sornc trainees were cheerfill. several wcrc solemn and many were visibly missing thcir loved oncs and home. 'l'heir daily routine was to wake LIP at 5a.m. and they had to stay up until I I p.m. to coniplctc thcir activities and chores. M y daughter received a monthly allu\va~iceof' 30 RM 150 for participating in the National Scrvicc. Ilaily, the trainees ate .;is mcals. '1'0 my surprise. on thc day we were there, they were given packed rice with chicken. lricd fish and vcgctables and a bottle o f mineral water for lunch. 'l'his was a l ~ ~ x i lcompared ry to the ~ i i c a l s the rough and tough Outward Bound camp training \vIiich 1 urldcr\vent at in L,umul, Pcrak. in 1989. 35 I0

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A month later, my daughter no longer feared insects and had adapled bell lo the environment. She had fallen in love with the charming view of the 4,0951~1 Mounl Kinr~baluthat greeted her every morning. I was pleased with the transfi~rmatiunIny 40 daughter went through since she joined the National Service. She apprccialcd life more and coped with challenges and disappointments positively. Shc had even reached the summit of Mount Kinabalu which was a great achievement for her. Apart from thal, she had improved her self-development skills and showed love and care for others. Above all, she had grown up to be a brave and responsible teenager. Melizarani had developed 45 interexl in spirituality and looked forward to her Sundays because she got to travel out of the camp to perform prayers at a Hindu temple in Kota Kinabalu. I4er camp experience had matie her realize how fortunate she had been in many ways compared to [he other trainees.

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On March I I , she called home with confidence and reported the activities she 5 0 had successfully completed excitedly. She had also learnt some cul~uraldances. song\ and the Kadazan language. From my daughter's experience, I am sad to note that some parents gavc lilsc excuses for their children to escape the National Service Camp, not realising that [hey are missing a once-in-a-lifetime experience. 55

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26. a) From paragraph 1, why did Melizarani leave home?

b) From paragraph 3, state two ot'Melizarani's biggest challenges as a trainee at the camp.

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31.

Based on the passage given, write a summary on: the positive changes in Melizarani after she joined the National Service training Credit will be given for use of own words but care must be taken not to change thc original meaning. Your summary must: be in continuous writing (not in note form) use materials from lines 21 to 49 not be longer than 130 words, including the 10 words given below Begin your summary as follows:

At the camp ' open day, Melizarani '.v fumily noticed that she ... s

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Section D [25 marks]

32 Read the following extract~fromIf and answer the questions that follow.

If you keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too; If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about don't deal in lies, Or being hated don't give way to hating, And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise; Rudyard Kipling

(a) What advice is given in line 3 of the stanza?

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(b) Which line in the stanza above states that patience is important?

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(c) What does "don 't deal in lies" mean?

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(d) Who should follow the advice in this stanza? Give a reason for your answer.

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33 Read the exlracl.from the short story The Necklace helow orzo' anslrler he quc?.vlion.v lhcrt .follow.
"What do you mean? You brought it back." "I brought you back another exactly like it. And it has taken us ten years to pay for it. You can understand that it was not easy for us, for us who had nothing. A t last, it is ended and I am very glad." Madam Forestier had stopped. "You say that you bought a necklace o f diamonds to replace mine?'' "Yes. You never noticed it, then! They were very similar." And she smiled with a joy that was at once proud and ingenuous. Madame Forestier, deeply moved, took her hands. "Oh, my poor Mathilde! Why, my necklace was paste! It was worth at most only 500 francs!

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Why did Mathilde have to work for ten years'?

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Why was Madame Forestier 'deeply moved"!

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If you were Madame Forestier, what would you do afier
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34 TheLfollowing the nove1.c.studied in the li~eralure are component in Engli,sh Lcrnguc~ge:
The Pearl Jungle of Hope The Return John Steinbeck

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Keris Mas K. S. Maniam

(.'hoosc crny one of the novels andanswer the.following question.

Did you enjoy reading the novel? Support your answer with evidence from the text.

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1 1 19/PP Peraturan Pernarkahan (PP) Bahasa I~iggeris Kertas 1 & 2 Sept. 2008

JABATAN PELAJARAN NECERI ,JOHOR PEYEKIKSAAN PERCUBAAN

SIJIL PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSlA 2008 PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN BAHASA lNGGERlS
Kertas 1 dan 2

IJNTUK KEG UNAAN PEMERIKSA SAHAJA

Peraturan pemarkahan ini SULIT dan Hak Cipta Unit Kurikulun~ JPNJ. Kegunaannya khusus untitk pemeriksa yang berkenann sahqja. Sebarang maklumat dalam Peraturan Permarkahan ini tidak boleh dimaklumkan kepada sesiapa. Peraturan Permarkahan ini juga tidak boleh'dikeluarkan dalam apa jua bentuk penulisan dan percetaknn.

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SECTION A

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Li (ii) 8 - 13

Some sense with multiple word errors Requires re-reading beii>re being understood Only a few accurate simple sentences Content comprehensible High incidence o f linguistic error Meaning blurred Far short o f required length

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SECTION C
26. a) She had to attend1 undergo a National Service training1 course. (no IOILLI lifling u l l o ~ ~ e d ) b)

She missed home-cooked food. She missed her family and friends. She lost the chance of chatting via the Internet.

(pet.mi.s.vihleIijling: line 10- 12 'Besicies ...Inlrrnet)

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b) (Only) a handful of parents

28. 'I'he (National Service) trainees * Nole : "pnrticipnnts - not accepted
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29. a) She had grown up to be a brave and responsible teenager. (permissible liftting: lines 44-45 'Above ...leenuger) b She had developed interest in spirituality. She looked forward to her Sundays to perform prayers at a Hindu temple. (1 mark) (perrni.s.sible lifting: lines 45-47 'Melizaruni...Kota Kinahaltl)

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The teenagers will be more mature and independent. The teenagers will be more open-minded l'he teenagers will understand life better etc.. .

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Summary Marks for Style and Presentation are awarded based on the average sum total (to the ncarcst rounded fraction/decimal) of Paraphrase and Use of English. Annotate as follows : Paraphrase Use of English
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You must trust yourself even when others do not. Have confidence in yourself. (A n.y one)

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