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SULIT

12/1 MOZ@C
Bahasa Inggeris
Kertas 1
September
2007
1 Jam

PERSIDANGAi' KEBAl'"GSAAi' PEN'GETliA-PENGETUA

SEKOl All ;vIENENGAH "IALA YSIA

CA WANGAi'i KELAi'iTAN

PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAi'i

PENILAIAN MENEi'i(;AH KK"DAH 2007

BAHASA INGGERIS

KERTAS I

Masa : Satu Jam

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALA:\' L'iI SEHINGGA DIBERITAlIli

Arahan:
1. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi lima bahagian dengan 40 soalon.
2. Jowab semua suaton
3. Anda dinasihatkan supaya mengumbil masa If) minil un/uk menjawab soaiun
Bahugian A, 10 minit Bahagian B, 10 mini! Bahagian C, J0 mini! untuk
Babagian D dan, 20 mini! Bnlragilln E.'
Instructions:
l. This question paper consists offive sections with 40 questions.
2. Answer all questions.
3. YOII are advised to spend about 10 minutes on Section A. 1Uminutes on
Sec/ion B, 10 minutes on Sec/ion C /0 minutes on Seaton D and 2Uminutes
on Section E.

Kertas soalanin! mengandungi 14halamanbercetak.


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SECTION A
QUt8tiODS 1-10 MOZ@C

Question 1

Read (he notice below and answer the question that follows.

SCHOOL (eIlOlR

To all members,

There will be no practice during the school


holidays. Practice will start again on 13/06/2007 (Wednesday)
at 2.30 p.m. at the school hall.

~=
The secretary

1 The choir practice will begin again

A during the school holiday.

B at 2.30 p.m. every Wednesday.

C on 13th June 2007.

D after 13" Juno 2007.

QUesriOIl 2

CROCODILE ALERT

Kota Sharu, Thurs : A three-metra-long estuarine crocodile was spotted


sunning itsetf on the banks of Sungai Kelantan early yesterday. So far, it doesn't
seem to be aggressive. It would probably attack someone, only if it can't find
food.

2 AQ9Qrdlng to the above newspaper report. the crocodile

A is less than three metres long.

B will become aggressive when it is attacked.

C dislikes to sun itself on the river banks.

D would attack human if it fails to find food.

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Question 3
MOZ@C
Read the notice below and answer the question that follows.

"fUD<l lD to $$ 1m 1""

"fJffi J$l~I' .1lN'P .l1'M $J{OW

I p-rn, - .Ip.m, (Monday. - Fridays)

2 wacky DJs cracking jokes and

enlightening you with entertainment news,

attractive contests & prizes.

3 Whal docs the Jack W1d Jim show offer?

A News about celebrities.

B World news.

C National news.

D Beauty contests and prizes.

Question 4
Read the short le~t below and answer the question that follows.

Special road safety training will be the main focus for


future Malaysian drivers. Lessons wLU be more
bends-on with the new driving curriculum.

4 The phrase hands.-.on means

A attending driving school.

13 doing it personally.

C going for lessons.

D studying the curriculum

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Question S
MOZ@C

5 From the dialogue above, we knowthat the younger brother is with the
'MOM-DONARY'.

A excited about

B impressed with

C puzzled by

D bored with

QUet.tiOD 6

Zero Cavities For Healthier


'-----
smil=-! 1

6 The slogan above is suitable for launching

A The Oral Health Month.

S The Healthy Living Programme.

C The: Floral Fe:stival2007.

D The Healthy Heart Campaign.

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QUC!tiOD 7 MOZ@C
Read the advertisement below and answer IN; question that follows.

lADE BOOKSNO.

STOCK CLEARANCE SALE

Datc . 10mJune - 20'h June 2007


Time: 10 a.m.. 9 p.m.

BUY ONE FREE ONE!

T erms &. Condtrious


• Valid onlv for items wilh yellow sticker~
• Valid while stocks last

FREE
An exclusive Environmentally Friendly Shopping Bag worth
RM10.OO with any purchase of RM50 and above.

7 What must Puan Azlina do if she wants to get a free shopping bag?

A She must buy books with yellow stickers,

B She must go to the shop on lOch Junc 2007.

C She rnusst spend RM10 to buy books.

D She must buy books worth RMSO and above.

Question 8

Read the headline below and answer the question tharfollows.

IMedical teams to baplaced at National sarvlce-::mps-­


8 To ensure the health and well-being of National Service trainees, the government
has decided to at the camps.

A build more clinics


B upgrade the health clinics
C station medical assistants
D train medical learns

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Question 9
Study the picture below and an,<;w,'r the question thatfollows. MOZ@C

,
"ReCKON THE
RfVER Will GET
'K)u FIR$T...

9 What does the expression 'The river will get you first' means'?

A The crocodile will swim in the river before attacking.

B The crocodile does not want to attack the sheep.

C The sheep will die drinking the polluted water first

D The sheep will drown in the river sooner or later.

QUeition 10

study the table below and Q1Lntle,. the question thai follows.

BIRD FLU SPREAD

-- Country
I lflllGl.I! Detltils I
Iudonella

V~n.m
7ri,
42
Thailand'
,
,
China
I
Cambodia
::i--=

I'
'1
LalenTHO
Offitial figu res
I
~

I
_._~ Azerbar."
Turk ,

1::­
l~
{lUy 2000

~~~riA
I I
DilbOuH
Total r
!
10 Which country has less human deaths due to bini flu than China?

A Indonesia

B Thailand

C Vietnam

D Egypt

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SECTION B
MOZ@C
QUestiODli 11 ~ 18

Each que,frio" in the text below refers 10a numbered blank. For each question. choose the bnt
annt·e.rfrom The apuons A. B. Cor D tt)jir the numbered blanks.

Kuala Lumpur, the cepttal city of Malaysia, (11) centrally located in the west
coast of Peninsular Malaysia. (12) an area of 243 square km (94 square miles), it lies
approximately 3S km (IJ) the coast. Kuala Lumpur was conferred city status on
February I. 1972 (14) declared as II Federal Territory in 1974.
tlS) city began as a mining settlement in the late 1800~ with the
:-:::==~,(l6) of tin at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak rivers. (17) Kuala
Lumpur's tin trade has since declined, the growth of the city has remained unstoppable. Today,
with a population of 1.8 million, it is the pulse of the nation.
Kuala Lumpur leads the country's (18) development in trade and commerce,
banking and finance. manufacturing. transportation, Informanon technology and tourism.

11 A 15 A A
D "
are B An
C was. C The
0 were 0

12 A Cover 16 A sale
D Covers D export
C Covered C making
0 Covering 0 discovery

13 A ;n 17 A Nevertheless
D at D Although
C with C However
0 from 0 Yet

14 A and 18 A unbeatable
D but -B fest-paced
C hence C stable
0 although 0 slow

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SECOONC
MOZ@C
QuelltioRll19-21

Rrai the conversation in Situ.tion A and choose the 1'JcII,( meaningfor the phrases that are
underlined.

SitualioD A : Serena visits Genal in the hospital.

Serena How long are you going to be warded?


Gopal Another week but 1 feel fine already. It is just that the doctor wants to
examine my broken Ieg. I want to go home but 1 have co give in (l9) to his
request.
Serena How did the accident eome about?
Gopal I heard an old Iedy calling out (:10) tor help when her handbag was snatched
by a thief. 1 did not see II. car was heading my wa.y when I was rushing 10
help her. I was run down (21) by it.
Serene I hope you arc going to get well soon. Our class is not the same without you.

19 giyein 21 n.m dO\\-n


A .g= A passed
B refuse B amazed
C give something to the doctor C touched
D argue with the doctor D knocked

:10 callingput

A shouting
B offering
C jumping
o sobbing

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MOZ@C
QoestJoas :1:1-14

Reod tlu: leiter in Situlition B and choose the belt meaning/or the phJ-a.res that are u1t(Jer/ined.

Dear Joanne,
I'm sorry for keepingyou at mnS lenith (21) for the pest few weeks. I've just found out
that it was not you who spread Iherumours about me cheating in the examination.Kamal finally
.ate humble pie (13) after he knew our friendship suffered because ofhis wrong deed. I found out
about this when he came to my house to have a \\iord with me (2'4) yesterday. I sincerely apologise
for arguingwith you. Please say you will forgive me.

Yours truly,
Sahara.

22 keeping you at arms length

A keeping your lU'TJ1S


B measuring your arms
C being cold to you
o twistingthe truth

23 atCI humble pilj

A Admitted his mistake


D sent a pie
C felt happy
D apologized

24 have a word with me

A advise me
B quarrel with me
C give support to me
D han a conversation with me

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SECTIOND MOZ@C
Questions 25 -:zs
Read the advertisemem below and answer the questions thaifallow.

Life I. run of challenge•. V Smlth&cluk~


Prepare Cor It! HOPSITE*
W3tet'pfoof OTf~ling ~
1/ 20 strips

·Waterproof "Bacterla-proof "Breathable

Put your worries awayl HOPSITE lets you nurse your child's wounds back to
health in complete confidence.

It sticks comfortably on any awkward joint areas and is pain free during removal.

Home or away, It's a brand new way to keep wounds fully protected, virtually germ
free and have your child smiling again in an instant.

For more information, please contact your local pharmacy


or call Consumer Hotline 03-66748860

Adapted from The Sun

25 HQPSITE is most probably

A a type of dress
B a type of bacteria
C a small bandage with edhestvc
D specialointment for wounds

26 The word 'pain free' can best be replaced with

A painful
II discomfort
C painless
D slight pain

27 Which oftbc following statement is true?

A Hie dressing aJlow~ the skin to breathe.


B Water CBII easily get through the dressing.
C The dressing does not stick well on joints.
'D The dressing is bacteria-proof on}).

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28 Buying this product will help one to
MOZ@C
A prepare for challenges in life.

B treat a child's wounds confidently.

C make a child smile again.

D be free from worries.

Questions 29 - 34­
Read the passage below and answer rhi! questions thai follow

TWO FUU1L DREAMS TIIROUGH D~TERMINATION

PENANG: Norheyati Mohd Yusoff 27, of Kelanten, hod to drop out of school when she was 15,
after a fall from her bicycle which left her paralysed waist down. This. did not dd,,.
her from
continuing with her studies on her own and today, she is pursuing a degree in literature through
Universiti Saine Malaysia's (USM) Internet-based Distance Learning Programme.

Norheyeti stopped schooling at Form One as there were no disabled-friendly facilities in her
school then. However, me started studying on her own and passed the SPM in 2003 followed by
4 pass in the STPM in 2005,

Norhayeri, the second child among eight siblings, wanted a university degree and applied for
USM's literature programme through distance teeming. She hoped to get a job as an interpreter
or in any field related to her studies after getting her degree.

For retired teacher K. Jeyalekshmi, 58, of Johor, the ambition to become a professor spurred
her to sign up for a degree in literature under the programme. She hoped to continue to get a
MAsters degree from a Singapore university and 4 doctorate from an overseas university.

The mother of four said she got married after Form live and with the birth of her children, she
never had timc to continue her studies then.

"Now that they are all grown up and I have retired, I will have time to pursue my dream," she
said.

The 1,732 students pursuing degree COUl'Sl:!I under the distance learning programme are the first
batch to do so through the new Internet-based system. The Dean of the School of Distance
Education, Omar Majid, said the students can listen to five lectures IIIld e~'tftlI?~ay recorded
lectures through the Internet. ; .I II "'vi­
t;.->'t1-.1 ') '~
Adaptedfro~ 'lie SUIt

29 Why did Nomayaf drop om of schoo! after she became paralysed?

A She was ashamed of her condifiou.


B She had no disabled friends at school.
C The facilities at school were not disabled-friendly
o She wanted to study on her own.

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30 The word 'deter' can best he replaced with MOZ@C
A influence

B prevent

C postpone

D cancel

31 We can correctly say that Ncrhayati

A has ctgbt younger siblings.

B wilt got ajob lIS an interpreter.

C pursues a degree in literature.

32 K Jayelakshmi's dream is to

A get married early.

B become a professor

C raise aU her children,

D get a Masten; degree from a local university.

33 The USM Internet-based distance learning programme means

A students will obtain a Masters degree.

S students can pursue their studies online.

C students need10 be at the univen.ityto learn.

D students can only listen to live lectures.

34 What is layalakshmi's prior occupation?

A Full-time mother

B Teacher

C Interpreter

o Professor

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SECTION E

MOZ@C
QUf'JItioD!l3S-37

Rend the poem below carefulJy and an....wer flu: quesfioflJ {hat/allow.

Life! Bri~r Candle

To-morro"" and to-morrow. and l().IIIOrTOW.

Creeps in tbia petty pace from day to day

To the Ian .yllable of recorded time.

And an our yesterdays haw lighted foo18

The way to duty death. Out, out, brief' candle!

Ufe', bat a walking sbadow,. poor player.

That struta and (reb his hour upon the lltage.

And tbea is heard DO more; it is II tale

Told by an idiot, faU of ,oufI,d sed fory,

Sigr:dfying nothing.

By William Sll(sk~6pe(U'e

3S Based on the poem, we know Lhat the 37 'Life' is represented by the 'Word
persona
A is happy with his life A rime
B is sad and depressed with his life B yesterday
C is excised when walking on stage C tomorrow
D is glad that life is a shadow D candle

36 What does the persona think. about time ?

A Time passes by vel')' quickly


B Time passes by very swiftly
C Time pRSlleS by very slowly
o Time passes by very fast

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Questions 3R - 40
Read the extract below carefUlly and QMWer the. questions lila!fallow. MOZ@C

The other children tried to break up the fight, but withoutsUccess. The two boys kept on fighting~
zanid's intense anger increased his strength and although he ended up bruised and bloody, he finally
won.
Dollah was completely exhaustcd.zahld then opened Dolah's beg. He looked for the pencil. He
found it. The he broke it imo bits and threw the pieces into the river. Aftcrwerds, he ran home as
swiftly II.S lightning.
As soon as he reached home, he went and hugged his grandmother around the neck. Then he
buried his head in her lap, without saying a word. He felt sad and dejected, deeply hurt.
That night the small boy was feverish and often mumbled in his sleep about the pencil. Maybe it
was because of his cuts and bruises. All night long his old grandmother kept watch over him;
trequcnny tears would flood her eye:!.
The fever lasted three days. His short, plumpish body had shriveled somewhat, causing him to
look even smaJlerthan before.
When he was well, he returned to school, but he was no longer the quiet Zahid he hnd once been.
A cbeege had come over him. It was as though the fever had created B new Zahld.

The Pencil b AU M. 'ood

38 What did l.ahid's intense anger do to him? 39 \Vhft1 happened to Zahid's pencil '?
It made
A him opened Dolah's bag A The children stoic it
B him ran home as quickly as lightning B Dolnh broke it into pieces
C him stronger C Zehid hid it in the bei
D him fcveriah and mumbled in his sleep D Zahid broke it II1ld threw it away

41l How did Zahid look after the fever ?

A He bec-ame quiet
B He looked smaller than before
C He turned into a naughty boy
D He became fau.er

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SULIT MOZ@C
12/2
Bahasa Inggeris
Kertas 2
September
2007
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PERSlDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA

SEKOLAII MENENGAll MALAYSIA

CAWANGAN KELANTAN

PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN

PENILAIAN MENENGAII RENDAll 2007

BAHASA INGGERIS

KERTAS2

Masa : SatuJam 30 Minit

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

Arahan:

1. Kalas soalan ini mengandungi Tign bahuglan.


2. Jawab semua sua/an.
3. Anda dinasihatkan supaya mengombil moso 40 mini! untuk menjawab sao/an
Bahagian A, 30 minit Bahagian B dan 20 minit untuk Bahagian C.
Instructions:

1. This question paper consists of Three sections.


2. Answer all questions.
3. YOli are advised to spend about 40 minutes on Section A. 30 minutes on
Section Band 20 minutes on Section C

Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 4 halaman bercetak.

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Section A : Guided Writing
MOZ@C
[30 mark' I

You attended a talk on 'Healthy Living' organized by a private hospital .when you went to
scbool, your teacher asked you to give a speech during the scbocl essembjy on the topic 'How To
Lead A Healthy Life. Based on the pictures and notes given below, write out your speech.

Exercise
. illness
Eat healthy food • trim and fit
- balanced diet
~ nutrients

How To Lead A Healthy Life

Personal hygiene
. cleanliness
SIeq:J and rest - avoid diseases
• alert \
- hard day's work

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When writing out your speech:
_J
• use .11 the notes given
• elaborate on the given notes to make it Interesting
• make sure it is not leu thaD 120 words.

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Section B : Summary MOZ@C
(10 maeks)

Read thc passage below and answer the question that follows.

According to Brig-len Datuk Dr Mohd Zin Bidin, the head of Malaysian FI Medic
Team. providing medical services for an FI race is different from any other event. It
requires top level systematic alertness and readiness, which the military possess.
He said before the actual race day, the team undergoes numerous rehearsals and
they are trained military style to be on their toes at all times.
"All ofus are clad in fireproof jackets and stand under the hot sun for hours."
"We begin work three months before the race Wid within that time, we have to
build a world-class medical facility from scratch."
This means that teem has to be staffed by the right people who are able to work
under tremendous pressure and trying conditions.
Preparation is tedious task as it involves organizing the right logistics, food
requirements, lodging, equipment end transport.
"We also undergo seminars by the FIA and four days of track training:'
Dr Zin said the medic team faces all kinds of danger, such as racing car crashes,
fires and explosions.
He said volunteers also had to undergo training to learn call signs and use
walkie-talkie.

(Adapted from The Star, 25/0312001)

Write a summary on what the Malaysian Fl Medic Team has to do before the actual
race,

Your summarymust:
not be more than 60 werde, including the ]0 words given below
be in '-'Outinuous writing (not in note form)
be written in one paragraph
Use your own words as far as possible without changing its original meaning.
Begin your summary as follows:

Be/ore the actual race day. the medic team undergoes numerous ...

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MOZ@C
[ 10 marks]

You are odvtsed to spend 20 minutes Q" this question.

NOVELS

1 . Potato People 4 Angela Wright

2 . Robinson Crusoe • Daniel Defoe

J _The Phantom of the Opera • Garton Leroux

4 . Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde • Robert Louis Stevenson

.5 . The Prisoner ofZenda - Anthony Hope Hawkins

Based on the novel that you Dave read, write about an Iqter'll!lltiqg event and the lessons
th8t you bave learnt from it.

Give evidence from the novel to support your answer .

Your response should be :

• in not leu tban 50 words.


• In cootina:oWl writia:g ( not note form )

KERiAS SOALANiAMAi

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