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  • 1. CLOZE 2010 Youthepreneur Supplied by Mdm Nurhani R NAME: KEY NO: ______ DATE: T1W6.2010 CLASS: 4B / 4D / 5B CLOZE 9B YOUTHEPRENEUR T1W5.2010 KEY A new initiative that gives youths a (1) chance / try to experience the real business world, at a lowered cost and risk was (2) launched / started / introduced / taken / conducted last Saturday at the National Library. Students wishing to (3) sell / advertise / market / promote / provide products or services can now rent a pushcart in the heart of the (4) city / island for a fraction of the usual commercial rate. Instead of the SGD3,000 per month that a person may have to (5) pay at a mall in the vicinity of the library, a student can rent one for SGD800 during peak season periods. The cost is kept (6) low / reasonable / affordable as part of the “safety net” for inexperienced students to test their business ideas. Jointly launched by Republic Polytechnic (RP) and the National Library Board (NLB), “Project Youthepreneur” saw eleven pushcarts parked (7) at the space outside the library and (8) manned / run / operated / managed / facilitated by students from RP, The polytechnic has a three-year contract (9) with the NLB to use its facilities. In this period, it also hopes to encourage students (10) from / of other schools and social enterprises such as MINDS, a school for the intellectually disabled, to (11) rent pushcarts from them. RP also invested SGD159,500 for twenty-nine pushcarts and will (12) conduct / provide / organize / host / hold / offer / include training sessions for aspiring (13) entrepreneurs / talents in areas such as finance and branding. “What we want to achieve here is to empower (14) youths / students / youngsters to create. The problem with (15) the / our school system here is that it does a lot of things for them,” said Professor Low Teck Seng, principal of RP. 1 chance 2 introduced 3 market 4 city 5 pay 6 affordable 7 at 8 run (V3 – past participle) 9 with 10 from 11 rent 12 conduct 13 entrepreneurs 14 youths 15 our
  • 2. CLOZE 2010 Youthepreneur Supplied by Mdm Nurhani R NAME: ____________________ NO: ______ DATE: _____________ CLASS: _____ CLOZE 9B YOUTHEPRENEUR T1W5.2010 Write your ONE-WORD answers here in the correct order A new initiative that gives youths a (-----1-----) to experience the real business world, at a lowered cost and risk was (-----2-----) last Saturday at the National Library. Students wishing to (-----3-----) products or services can now rent a pushcart in the heart of the (-----4-----) or a fraction of the usual commercial rate. Instead of the SGD3,000 per month that a person may have to (-----5-----) at a mall in the vicinity of the library, a student can rent one for SGD800 during peak season periods. The cost is kept (-----6-----) as part of the “safety net” for inexperienced students to test their business ideas. Jointly launched by Republic Polytechnic (RP) and the National Library Board (NLB), “Project Youthepreneur” saw eleven pushcarts parked (-----7-----) the space outside the library and (-----8-----) by students from RP, The polytechnic has a three-year contract (-----9-----) the NLB to use its facilities. In this period, it also hopes to encourage students (-----10-----) other schools and social enterprises such as MINDS, a school for the intellectually disabled, to (-----11-----) pushcarts from them. RP also invested SGD159,500 for twenty-nine pushcarts and will (-----12-----) training sessions for aspiring (-----13-----) in areas such as finance and branding. “What we want to achieve here is to empower (-----14------) to create. The problem with (-----15-----) school system here is that it does a lot of things for them,” said Professor Low Teck Seng, principal of RP. 1…………………………. 2…………………………. 3…………………………. 4…………………………. 5…………………………. 6………………………… 7…………………………. 8…………………………. 9…………………………. 10……………………….. 11……………………….. 12……………………….. 13……………………….. 14……………………….. 15……………………….. SCORE: _____________/15

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