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SECTION A (20 MARKS)

For question 1 4, give the OPPOSITE MEANING of the words underlined. Choose the word from
the words below.
A. challenging
B. interesting
C. protect
D. advanced
1.
2.
3.
4.

Journalism is a profession that is easy and rewarding job.


Scientists use backward equipment to carry out experiments in the laboratory.
To make your work boring you must be creative
The forest rangers advise the public to destroy plants and wildlife in the forest reserve.

For question 5 8, give the SAME MEANING of the words underlined. Choose the word from the
words below.
A.

truthful

B.

shortcomings

C.

hardworking

D.

grief

5.

A student must be diligent to excel in their studies.

6.

Her friend always tells lies. She is not being honest.

7.

My brother is a brave person, but his weakness is being afraid of cats.

8.

After the death of their father, the family is always in dismay.

Choose the BEST answer for question 9 15.


9.

10.

11.

12.

He speaks well. He is _______


A.

well-versed

B.

articulate

C.

clever

D.

confident

He can work on his own. He is _____


A.

hardworking

B.

diligent

C.

reliable

D.

independent

You can depend on her to get the job done. She is ______
A.

independent

B.

reliable

C.

confident

D.

creative

He treats everyone the same. He is _____


A.

skilful

B.

indifferent

C.

fair

D.

articulate
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13.

14.

15.

She does not care what people say about her. She is ______
A.

indifferent

B.

skilful

C.

knowledgeable

D.

fair

He is good at art and handicrafts. He is ______


A.

articulate

B.

knowledgeable

C.

confident

D.

creative

He is able to complete the task successfully although it was difficult. He is _____


A.

confident

B.

reliable

C.

skilful

D.

creative

For question 16 -20, from the list of words, choose the MOST correct usage of PREFIX for:16.

A.

mischief

B.

miscellaneous

C.

miscarriage

D.

missionary

17.

18.

19.

20.

A.

discover

B.

dismay

C.

discern

D.

disciple

A.

reappear

B.

receive

C.

resident

D.

return

A.

prejudice

B.

preliminary

C.

presentation

D.

precaution

A.

repeat

B.

receive

C.

recent

D.

regain

20 marks

Section B (10 MARKS)

Choose the most ACCURATE answers for each blanks

ERCIS,

Turkey

(Reuters)

Tens

of

thousands

of

people

spent

second

night

(21)___________(preposition) canvas, in cars or huddled round small fires in towns rattled by the
aftershocks

from

(22)______________(adjective)

earthquake

in

eastern

Turkey

that

(23)_________________(verb) hundreds.
By late Monday the death toll from Sundays quake had crept up to 279, but hundreds more
were still missing. Casualties were concentrated in the town of Ercis and the provincial capital Van,
with officials still checking and confirming fatalities in outlying villages.
It was like the judgement day, said Mesut Ozan Yilmaz, 18, who survived for 32 hours under the
rubble

of

(24)_____________(article)

tea

house

where

he

had

been

passing

time

(25)_______________(preposition) friends.
Unhurt, but lying on a hospital bed under a thick blanket, (26)________(pronoun) face still
blackened by dust and dirt, Yilmaz gave a chilling account to CNN Turk news channel of how he
survived by diving under the table. The space we had was so (27)______________(adjective). People
were arguing (28)_____________(adverb) for more space to survive.
As grieving families prepared on Tuesday to bury their dead, others kept vigil by the mounds of
concrete rubble and masonry, praying rescue teams would find missing loved ones alive.
Rescue teams (29)______________(verb) efforts in Ercis, which was worst hit by the 7.2
magnitude tremor. The Turkish Red Crescent distributed up to 13,000 tents, and was preparing to
provide safe places for around 40,000 people, although there were no reliable estimates of the number
of people left destitute.
The relief agency was criticised for failing to ensure that (30)______________(quantifier) of
the most needy, particularly in villages, received tents as temperatures plummeted overnight. We were
sent 25 tents for 150 homes. Everybody is waiting outside, we have small children, we have nothing
left, said Ahmet Arikes, the 60 year old headman of Amik, a village outside Van that was reduced to
rubble.

21) A. in

22) A. dead

23) A. kill

B. at

B. deadly

B. kills

C. by

C. deadlier

C. killed

D. on

D. deadliest

D. killing

24) A. -

25) A. off

26) A. her

B. an

B. from

B. his

C. the

C. with

C. their

D. a

D. near

D. him

28)A. loudest

29)A. increase

27)A. smaller
B. small

B. louder

B. increases

C. smallest

C. loudly

C. increasing

D. big

D. silently

D. increased

30)A. none
B. most
C. both
D. a bit of

10 marks

SECTION C (5 MARKS)
CORRECT the error in each sentence. One error for each sentence.
Example
My mother whose from Penang will be visiting her friends in Johor soon.

Correction made
My mother who is from Penang will be visiting her friends in Johor soon.
31. To rule is easy to govern is difficulty.

32. I watched closely as the cat licked its face.

33. A wisdom person is one who saves for a rainy day.

34. She took a taxi to the airport as it was lately.

35. One of the students know the solution to the problem.


5 marks

-KERTAS SOALAN TAMAT-

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Ujian Khas Awal Tahun (UKAT) Form 2 English Language
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Section C