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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS

GCE Ordinary Level






MARK SCHEME for the May/June 2011 question paper





3204 BENGALI
3204/02 Paper 2 (Language Usage and Comprehension),
maximum raw mark 110


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Page 2 Mark Scheme Syllabus Paper
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A1 Separation/Combination of Words

[10]

1
2
3
4
5


A2 Idioms, Proverbs and Words in Pairs [10]


6 (3)
7 (8)
8 (5)
9 (1)
10 (6)



A3 Sentence Transformation [10]


11
12
13
14
15



A4 Cloze Passage [20]


16 (4)
17 (3)
18 (5)
19 (10)
20 (15)
21 (1)
22 (12)
23 (14)
24 (8)
25 (6)


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B5 MCQ Comprehension [14]

26 (3)

27 (2)

28 (4)

29 (3)

30 (2)

31 (4)

32 (3)


C6 OE Comprehension [36]

4 maximum marks per question for content + 2 maximum marks per question for language.

2 language marks: clear, appropriate response in the candidate's own words. Few errors and no
lifting.

1 language mark: partially successful communication of the answer. Some errors and occasional
lifting.

0 language mark: thin, inappropriate use of language and limited vocabulary. Response may be
confusing and/or obscure. Basic errors. Heavy reliance on lifting.
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38



C7 Vocabulary [10]


39
40
41
42
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