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  1. 1. SULIT 11191t Bahasa Inggeris Kertas L 201 I l%jam MAJLIS PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA CAWANGAN NEGERI SBMBILAN PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN BERSAMA SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2011 BAHASA II{GGERIS Kertas I Satu jam empat puluh lima minit JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHUArahanl. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi dua bahagian: Ba,hagian A dan Bahagian B.2. Jmab kedua-dua bahagian.3. Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 45 minit untukmenjawab soalan Bahagian A dan satu jam untuk menjawab soalan Bahagian B.Instructionsl. This question paper consists oftwo sections: Section A and Section B.2. Answer both sections.3. You are advised to spend about 45 minutes on Section A and one hour on Section B Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 3 halaman bercetak dan I halaman tidak bercetak. Lihat sebelahIrtg/I @ 201I Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  2. 2. SULTT 1119n Section A: Directed Writing [35 marksl lTime suggested: 45 minuteslYour friend has finished his secondary education. He wants to go overseas to further hisstudies. He writes to you for a second opinion. You reply to his letter, giving him reasonswhy he should go ahead with his plans.Use the notes given below to write your leffer. REASONS gain knowledge meet people be independent get to travel gain new experience taste various cuisine learn responsibility learn foreign culture able to cope with studies supportive parents better j ob opportunities parents can afford itWhen writing the letter, you must:- - lay out your letter correctly (address, greeting, closing) use all the notes given - remember that your letter is to your friendNote:-For your letter, you will receive up to 15 marks for the format and content points, and upto 20 marks for the quality of your writing. Lihat sebelahlll9ll@201 I Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  3. 3. SULIT 3 11191t Section B: Continuous TVriting [ 50 marks ] [Time Suggested: One hourJWrite a composition of about 350 words on one of the following topics. I Describe an interesting day in school 2 Group discussions help to improve examination results. Do you agree? 3 What can we do to encourage reading? 4 Write a short story beginning with:- oThey looked at each other and smiled." 5 Facebook KERTAS SOALANTAMATl l lgll @2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  4. 4. SULIT tll9t2Bahasa InggerisKertas 220tl2% jamName: Form: MAJLIS PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA CAWANGAN NEGERI SEMtsILAN PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN BERSAMA SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2011 BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 2 Dr-ra jam lima belas minit JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHUArahanl. Tuli.v nama dankelas anda pada ruang yung disediakun.2, Kertas soalan ini mengandungi empat bahagian;Bahagian A, Bahagian B, Bahagian C dan Bahagian D.3. Jawqb semua bahagian dalqm kerlas soqlqn ini.4. Soalan-soalan dalam Bahagian A mempunyai empat pilihan jawapan. Jawab setiap soalan dengan membulalkan jawapan yang betul di halaman 16.5. Anda dinasihati supayo mengambil masa 25 minit untukmenjawab soalqn Bahagian A, 25 minit untuk Bahagian B, 50 rninit untuk Bahagian C dan 35 minit untuk Bahagian D.lnstructionsI. Write your name and class in the space providcd.2. This question paper consisls offour.sections. Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D.3. Answer all sections in this question paper.4, Questions in Section A hqve four oplions. Annuer each question by circling the correct answer on pageI6.5. You are advised to spend 25 minules ozr Section A,25 minutes on Section 8,50 minutes on Section C and 35 minutes on Section D. Kerlas ini mengandungi 16 halaman bercetak, [Lihat halaman sebelahlll9lz@ 2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  5. 5. 2SULIT ttt912 Section A [15 marks] ALOR STAR: Strong winds bl.ew off the roofs of more than 200 houses in three districts in Kedah and two in Penang as continuous rain since Monday evening had caused havoc. Those affected have been moved to higher grounds From the report, we know that A 200 houses were damaged B the rain started on Monday C three districts were affected D strong winds caused the rain The phrase thick skin refers to someone who A is stubborn B has thick skin C is not easily hurt D is a dishonest character [Lihat halaman sebelahlll9l2 @ 201 I Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  6. 6. SULIT Irt9/2 Most cats bring home dead mice or lizards. Dusty, a six-year-old Siamese cat from San Mateo, California, the United States scours the neighbourhood for bathing suits, toys, gloves and underwear as tokens of affection for his owners Jean Chu and Jim Coleman. Dusty, the cat burglar has stolen some 600 items over the last three years. But none of the neighbours have filed a police report on the Klepto Kitty. When something goes missing, they just search in the lost- and-found pile at his owners basement. Based on the extract, the cat will A bring home dead animals B receive gifts from neighbours C search the neighbourhood for food D hide the stolen items in its owners basement My boss is driving me ffazy. Theres no end to work. I badly need a holiday. From the monologue above, we know that the man thinks that his employer is a A driver B workaholic C slave driver D holiday maker [Lihat halaman sebelahlll9/2 @ 201 I Htk Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  7. 7. SULIT tr1912 CASUARINA PARK RESORT 2 Days I Night Free & Easy Weekend Package 201I RMI88.00 ++ per person ( Twin sharing ) . I night stay in Studio Suite o Welcome Drink upon arrival r I Buffet Breakfast o I Tea: I Choice of Pie with Tea or Coffee (Pepper Chicken or Curry Chicken) o 1 Set Steamboat Dinner For booking & enquiries please call : K.L Office: 03-21626166 Email : 5 From the advertisement above, we know that A booking can be made through e-mail B the package is available on weekdays C the package costs only RMl88.00 per person D the guest can only have curry chicken pie with tea Things You Can Do With Vanilla Extract { Repel bugs * Use as perfume * Relieve minor burns * Freshen up the fridge {. Deodorize the microwave {. Sweeten the smell of your home * Neutralizethe smell of fresh paint (Adapted from Readers Digest Joy, July - August 2008) 6 Which of the following ways is not a use of vanilla extract? A perfume B repel bugs C deodorant D relieve minor burns [Lihat halaman sebelahttt9/2 @ 2011 IIak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  8. 8. SULIT r119/2 r4fuwYrl. From the dialogue above we know that the man A listens to his wife B pays attention to his wife C knows what his wife will say D pays little attention to his wifes answer BESI N eUtS IOR HOPfiALTN Top-notch facil iti es. Internationally acclaimed school. . ... 8. The above caption is meant to A inform B impress C explain D persuade [Lihat halaman sebelah lll9l2 @ 2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  9. 9. 6SULIT ttt9l2 Questions 9 - 15 are based on the following passage, Choose the best answer to fill in eachblank. As I peered through the open doors of Ward 41, a voice behind me asked, " Areyou looking 10 Sister Boey again? Shes gone home already." I couldnt hide 11 disappointment. lls there a chance I might be 12to catch her here sometime next week?" I 13 the nurse. "Why not call before you come? Sister Boeys working part-time now, and her hours are notas 14 as they used to be." I left feeling empty and irrationally lonely. Its no surprise that my feelings for this place 15 so strong. Tan Tock SengHospital in Singapore was where I had endured the agonies of cancer. (Adaptedfrom Readers Digest, Moy 2009)9A to 13A ask B out B asks C from C asked D beside D askingl0Aat 14A normal Bto B regular Cof C irregular D for D abnormall1 A my 15Ais B her B are C his C was D mine D wereT2A able B enable C unable D enabled [Lihat halaman sebelahl7l9l2 @ 201 I Hok Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  10. 10. 7 SULIT tng/2 Section B I l0 marks ] [Time suggested : 15 minutes fQuestions 16-25Read thefollowing article and complete the table that.follows- SAIL{WAI( MUSEUM Keen to know the natural history of sarawak as well as Bomeo Island as a whole? Step then into the Sarawak Museum in Kuching, the States capital city. officially declared open by charles Brooke, the state ruler and founder, in 1891, the sarawak Museum today is home to a world- class collection of native arts and crafts as well as local wildlife specimens. Each year this European townhouse-style building along Jalan Abang Haji openg, welcomes tens of thousands of tourists, both local and foreign into its airy hallways to viewexceptional ethnographic and natural history collections. The first floor is home to a variety of artefacts used by the diverse indigenous people of sarawak. other interesting exhibits here are weapons and musical instruments. The west wing is dedicated to the petroieum industry which is one of the most important industries in the state. Even the grounds are overflowing with interesting exhibits that are too large to be housed indoors. Look out for the Penan tomb hut, Iban war boat and Kajang ritual burial pole. visitors can also walk across a pedestrian overhead bridge to view photographic and other art related exhibits at the Dewan Tun Abdul Razak wing which was constructed in the 1970s. The Sarawak Museum is open daily from 9am to 4pm. Admission is free. For further infonnation, call 092-244232 or go to sarawak. [Lihat.halaman sebelahlll9l2@2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  11. 11. SULIT ttt9/2Questions 16 - 25Using the informationfrom the article on the Sarswsk Museum, complete the table below, SARAWAK MUSEUM Founder 16. Location t7. IR Exhibits on the 1q first floor 20. 2l Exhibits at the museum grounds )) )1 Days:Monday-Sunday Operating Hours 24 Time Admission )5 [ 10 marks ] [Lihat halaman sebelahlll9l2@2011 Hak clpta MPSMNS SULIT
  12. 12. SULIT tt19t2 Section C [25 marks I lTime suggested : 50 minutes f Questions 26 -31 qre basetl on the follawing passage. It was a Sunday afternoon, Our cargo ship, M/V Danau Toba, was anchored about 16 kilometres from the Indonesian island oiTarakan, off the east coast of Borneo to pick up a shipment of plylvood. I was a Deck Cadet, at 23 the youngest member , of a crew of 24- As Sunday was our day off; most of the crew had gone ashore while others stayed in their cabins. I was practising shooting basketball on the deck of the ship when all of a sudden the ball bounced off the net and went over the starboard railing, I rushed to the railing and spotted it bobbing in the water 40 feet below. Seeing a ladder on the side of the ship down to the waterline, I thought I could rescuc my ball and easily climb back on deck. Without thinking, I took Jff my shirt and dived into the sea. l0 I rea , but when I turned back towards the ship, I realized the current. I let go of the ball and began swimmi uickly gave up _ the current was too strong. Feeling and swam back to the ball, which I grabbed onto as a lif-e rafl. As I drifted away into the Celebes Sea, noticed I that the l5 anchor chain at the ships starboard was pulled very tightly, a sign of how strong the current was. I kept my spirits up. With the help of the basketball, I had little trouble keeping afloat, and I was confident that I would be rescued. Almost two hours had passed and it was getting dark, I saw a fishing boat passing nearby and started shouting, 20 "Help!!! Help Meeeee!!!" But no one heard, perhaps because the boat,s motor was too loud. Now it was still see the lights of the vessels, including my own, in the to take on cargo. I guessed they were about 2.5 nautical mil . Despite my situation, I remained calm and confident that I Then my legs started to cramp. When I was in college, I was once overcome by agonising while swimming and had to "r"-p, be rescued by a friend. Even though the pain wasntioo bad now, I kn; I could be in trouble. I thought about my fiancde Richelle Roxas back in Mandaluyong. We had met 30 almost three years earlier, and I had spent a lot of time since then wo"rking at sea so that we could have a good starl in life, I started to pray to God to help me-stay alive as I was too young to die and I was getting married in u f.t" months time. I looked at one of the anchored ships, which was busy taking on cargo from a bargc on her portside. I knew that the crew on the barge and thJsrnall trfiboat that 35 [Lihat halaman sebelahIll9/2@ 2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  13. 13. 10SULIT LIIqI2 accompanied it would be Indonesian. I took a deep breath and shouted, "TULUONG!"Im not sure why, at that moment, I for help from rny used the word native tongue, Tagalog. What I didnt know was that Indonesians used a similar word for help. Fortunately, a stevedore named Manding, who was working on the tugboat, heard 40 my shouts. He quickly approached his Captain and switched on the searchlight, When they saw me waving in the water, they manoeuvred the boat towards me. As it came up beside me, they threw me a life ring attached to a rope. When I grabbed hold of it, they pulled me on board. By that time, I had been in the water for around four hours. 45 I told my rescuers what had happened and how stupid I had been to have jumped into the water. I was surprised to learn that half of their barges cargo would soon be loaded onto my own ship. Less than an hour later, I returned to the IWV Danau Toba. Amazingly, no one on the ship even knew I was gone. ( Adapted from Reqders Digest, March 2010 )26 From paragraph l, ( a ) where was the writer ? ""[ 1mark] ( b ) how did the writer try to save the ball? I mark l27 From paragrcph2, ( a ) why did the writer let go of the ball? ..... I l mark] ( b ) which word from the paragraph means floated ? [1 mark ]28 From paragraph 4, ( a ) what made the writer worried ? I l mark] ( b ) what does the word they in line 24 refer to ? I l mark] [Lihat halaman sebclahrll9l2@ 2011 Hak Ctptt MPSMNS SULIT
  14. 14. 1l SULIT III9I2 29 From paragraph 5, give two reasons why the writer wanted to stay alive. Reason l:.., .[lmark] Reason 2 : .. ... [l mark ] 30 In your own words, suggest two ways in which the writer can express his gratitude to his rescuers.r 3l Imagine you are the writer. Based on the passage given, write a summary on: o the difficulties you encountered when you were swept out to the sea and o how you managed to get to safety Credit will be given for the use of own words but care must be taken not to change the original meaning. Your summary must: - be in continuous writing form (not in note form ) use materials from lines 12 to 43 - not be longer than 130 words, including the l0 words given below. Begin your summary as follows: Wen I turned back towards the ship, I realised that ... [ 15 marks ] [Lihat halaman sebelah lll9l2@2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  15. 15. t2SULIT 1tt9/2 ANSWER SHEET FOR QUESTION 31 [Lihat halaman sebelahlll9l2@2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  16. 16. l3 SULIT TIT9I2 Section D [20 marks] 32 Read the following poem and answer the questions thot follow. IN THE MIDST OF HARDSHIP LatiffMohidin At dawn they returned home their soaky clothes torn and approached the stove their limbs marked by scratches their legs full of wounds but on their brows there was not a sign of despair The whole day and night just passed they had to brave the horrendous flood in the water all the time between bloated carcasses and tiny chips of tree barks desperately looking for their sons albino buffalo that was never found They were born amidst hardship and grew up without a sigh or complaint now they are in the kitchen, making iokes while rolline their cisarette leaves a) When did they retum home? (lmark) b) What is unusual about the buffalo? mark) c) Whioh phrase in stanza 3 shows that the family is cheerful amidst the hardship?I l mark)I*" d) What would you save first when you are caught in a flood ? Give a reason for your answer, (2 marks) [Lihat halaman sebelah lrtglz@ 2011 Hak Ctpta MPSMNS SULIT
  17. 17. L4SULIT ttt91233. The following are the novels studied in the literature component in English Language. Step by Wicked Step Anne Fine The Curse Lee Su Ann Catch Us if You Can Catherine MacPhailChoose any one of the novels above and answer the question below.Based on the novel that you have read, write about one character whom you like. Give reasons whyyou like the character. [Lihat halaman sebelahlll9lz@2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
  18. 18. 15SULIT nt912 [Lihat halaman sebclahttlglz @ 201 t Hak ctpta MPSMNS SULIT
  19. 19. 16SULIT ttt912 KERTAS SOALAN TAMATName : Class : ANSWER SHEET FOR SECTION ACIRCLE the correct answer for each question. 1A B C D 9A B C D 2A B c D l0A B C D 3A B C D 11 A B C D 4. A B C D t2A B C D 5A B C D t3A B C D 6A B c D t4A B C D 7A B C D 15A B C D 8A B C D Section Marks A 15 B 10 c 25 D 20 Total 70 lll9/2@2011 Hak Cipta MPSMNS SULIT
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