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SULIT

NAMA/
NAME

KELAS/
CLASS

SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN TUN PERAK,

48000 RAWANG, SELANGOR

TINGKATAN 4
UJIAN BULAN MAC 2019
BAHASA INGGERIS
MAC 2019
1 ½ jam (1 JAM 30 MINIT) 50

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

Arahan :

1.Kertas soalan ini mengandungi empat bahagian: Bahagian A, Bahagian B, Bahagian C dan D
2.Jawab kesemua bahagian.
3. Jawapan anda hendaklah ditulis dalam bahagian jawapan yang disediakan .

Instructions :

1.This question paper consists of four sections : Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D
2.Answer all sections.
3.Your answer must be written on the space provided.

PREPARED BY, CHECKED BY, VERIFY BY,

(NOOR SHARIZAH BINTI JAMMURI) (ZURAIZA BINTI DZULKIFLI) (RAFIDAH BINTI RASHID)
EXAM SETTER HEAD OF ENGLISH PANEL HEAD OF LANGUAGE
DEPARTMENT

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SULIT 2

Section A
[5 marks]
[Time suggested : 15 minutes]

Questions 1 to 5 are based on the given stimuli. Study the information carefully
and choose the best answer.

An Evening with Mozart, Kudat


Entertainment – Lucky Draw – High Tea
Saturday / 3pm – 7pm / 28 July 2018

Lavender Banquet Hall,


Jalan Bunga Raya, 89058 Kudat

Mr. Ong Kim Swee 012 – 67202340


Ms. Sharon Paul 013-45498218

1. Which of these statements about the advertisement is true?


A Dinner is served at the function.
B The event is held during the weekend.
C One can join the event via social media.
D The organisers are Mr Ong Kim Swee and Ms Sharon Paul .

2.

Kimchi, the reddish fermented cabbage is served at every


meal. It has kept obesity at bay in Korea as it is high in fibre
and low in fat. It is also loaded with vitamins S, B, and C but
its biggest benefit may be in its “healthy bacteria” called lacto
bacilli, found in fermented foods like kimchi and yogurt. These
good bacteria help with digestion. Some studies show
fermented cabbage has compound that may prevent the
growth of cancer.

(Terengganu, 2017)

From the statement above, we can conclude that kimchi


A disrupts digestion
B produces bacteria
C promotes weight-loss
D enhances growth of cancer

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3. Which of the following signs is used to indicate an emergency exit?

A C

B D

Places Where Teenagers Like To Go During Weekends

4 What can we conclude from the above statistics about the places where teenagers
like to go?

A 20% go to amusement centres.


B Less teenagers go to shopping malls.
C Most teenagers like to watch movies.

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D 15% do not like to hang around at all.

The phrase many hands make light work means

A people will help if they are free.


B things that are light can be carried easily.
C a job is easily done if there are more people to help.
D to make things function, there should be more people.

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Section B
[5 marks]
[Time suggested : 15 minutes]

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Questions 6 to 10

Using the information in the book reviews, answer each of the questions below.
Write the title of the book.

Which review mentions… Title of book

6. a character who helps a good friend?

7. a girl who is terrified of change?

8. the use of pictures to present information?

9. someone who helps people and animals?

10. a battlefield?

[5 marks]

Section C
[15 marks]
[Time suggested : 30 minutes]

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Question 26 to 31 are based on the following passage.

1 That morning on December 10, 2010, Roma Taljera arrived at the call centre bright and early.
She had been working there for two years and loved her job, connecting with customers and
making new friends. After work that Friday, she headed home alone after her shift, looking
forwards to having supper with her parents and brother, and a long phone chat with her fiancé
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Vijay.

2 Managing to squeeze herself into a ladies’ compartment on the Mumbai suburban electric
train, she tried to settle into a corner near the door. Jammed between other women, she was
trying to find some space to stand safely on when she suddenly got pushed, lost her foothold and
was thrown out of the coach.

3 Baleshwar Mishra has a very different story. The lanky youngster, an unemployed high 10
school dropout, has recently come to Mumbai to look for a job. His job hunt had proved
fruitless and he was running out of options. He had spent his day with a friend, watched a
movie and boarded the train. Standing near the door of his train speeding in the opposite
direction, he could not believe what he had just seen - a young woman in black salwar kameez
lying next to the tracks. 15

4 “There’s a girl by the tracks!’ people cried out. Impulsively, Baleshwar grabbed the train’s
red emergency chain and pulled it down frantically. The train screeched, slowing down. “Let’s
go and help her!” he shouted to the other passengers. But nobody volunteered, afraid of getting
involved, of being inconvenienced perhaps. His heart hammering in his chest, Baleshwar
jumped off the still-moving train. As he landed on the ground, a burst of pain shot up his ankle. 20
But there was no real damage. He got up and started to sprint back between the tracks as his
train picked up the speed again and disappeared. “I hope I am not too late,” he thought, gasping
for breath. After running for several times, he found her sprawled by the side of the tracks.
“Sister, are you alright?’ But there was no response and no help in sight.

5 Baleshwar could see blood flowing out of the gash behind the young woman’s head. Saying 25
a silent prayer, he lifted Roma gingerly and made his way away across the track, searching for a
way out. He crossed through some shrubbery and followed the direction of the sounds until he
found the road. “My sister is injured,” he implored motorists who drove by. “Please help me
take her to the hospital.” But no one stopped.

6 Just when he was beginning to lose hope, a tempi-truck pulled over and its middle -aged 30
driver steeped out. “Help me,” Baleshwar pleaded and the man helped him lay Roma down in
the back of his truck. Ten minutes later, they arrived at a small hospital. But as the facility
lacked personnel and equipment, the on-duty physician was not able to do more than give basic
first aid. He advised that she be moved to a bigger hospital nearby. Baleshwar and the driver
had no choice but to move her back into the truck. When the vehicle moved, Roma stirred and 35
opened her eyes. Before she blacked out again, Baleshwar managed to get her name and her
brother Dinesh’s mobile phone number. He used the driver’s phone to call Dinesh

7 Dinesh rushed to the hospital and arrived at Divine Hospital minutes later. Dr Agarwal, the
medical director there, admitted her immediately to the intensive care unit. He asked Baleshwar
to hang around until Roma’s family arrived. They noticed then the driver, having done all he 40
could, had left quietly, “Oh, I couldn’t thank him!” Baleshwar thought.

Roma was still unconscious. But her X-rays showed that although the injuries looked severe,
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all she needed were deep wound sutures. There would be no lasting damage, but Dr Agarwal

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believed she could have bled to death had nobody helped her. When Roma finally opened her
eyes that night, her brother and fiancé were by her side. She could barely speak; she just nodded 45
and fell asleep again.

When Baleshwar came to meet her the next morning, Roma was still partly sedated. Her
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fiancé, Vijay, struggled to find the words. “Thank you,” he finally said to a smiling Baleshwar.
Roma was amazed to learn of the manner in which she had been rescued. “I think it’s
astonishing that a stranger would jump off a train and risk his life for me. I can never repay
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Baleshwar.

“I am new to Mumbai, but I notice that people here are afraid,” Baleshwar, who is still
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looking for a job, say. “They fear getting trapped in the courts or with the police.” So why did
he do it? “She needed help,” he simply says. “That day, it was Roma. Tomorrow, it could be
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11. Baleshwar Mishra endeavoured to save a young girl who had fallen off a moving train
even though he did not know her.

Write a summary on what he faced in his attempt to get her to the hospital.

Credit will be given for use of own words but care must be taken not to change the
original meaning.

Your summary must:

 be in continuous writing form (not note form)


 use material line 16 to line 41
 not be longer than 130 words, including the 10 words given below.

Begin your summary as follows:

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[15 marks]

Section D
[ 25 marks]
[Time suggested: 30 minutes]

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12 Read the poem below and answer the questions that follow.

The Living Photograph

My small grandmother is tall there,


straight-back, white broderie anglaise shirt,
pleated skirt, flat shoes, grey bun,
a kind, old smile round her eyes.
Her big hand holds mine,
white hand in black hand.
Her sharp blue eyes look her own death in the eye.

It was true after all that look.


My tall grandmother became small.
Her back round and hunched.
Her soup forgot to boil.
She went to the awful place grandmothers go.
Somewhere unknown, unthinkable.

But there she is still,


in the photo with me at three,
the crinkled smile is still living, breathing.

Jackie Kay
(a) From stanza 1,
(i) describe what grandmother was wearing?

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[ 1 mark ]

(ii) What is the colour of the grandmother’s hair?

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[ 1 mark ]

(b) What does the line “her soup forgot to boil” tell us about the persona’s grandmother?
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[ 1 mark ]

(c ) The writer admires her grandmother for her personal qualities.


State one quality and support your answer with evidence from the poem.

Quality : __________________________________________________________
[ 1 mark ]

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Evidence : __________________________________________________________
[ 1 mark ]

(d) The grandmother had become senile. How do you know this?
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[ 1 mark ]

(e) How does the poet want to remember her grandmother?

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[ 1 mark ]
(f) Give one moral value that can be learnt from this poem?

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[ 1 mark ]

(g) What does the photograph represent?

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[ 1 mark ]

(h) The poet shows how she loves and appreciates her grandmother in the poem. Give
other way how you can show your love and appreciation towards your family
members.

Other way : __________________________________________________________


[ 1 mark ]

“ But mother, that was pulled down thirty years ago!”

“You said those see-far glasses could see far away, Ah Wah,”
she said.
13. Refer to the extract from the short story Tanjong Rhu of your anthology Leaving No
Footprint and answer the questions that follow.
“Oh! Mother,” he sighed “You don’t understand.”

It was the beginning to get dark. “It’s all right. I don’t need
those glasses of yours,” she said. “I could see Tanjong Rhu just
fine. Behind my eyes, that’s how I can still see it.”
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a. Who is Ah Wah?

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b. What was it that had been pulled down thirty years ago? [ 1 mark ]

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[ 1 mark ]
c. Where is Tanjong Rhu?

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[ 1 mark ]
d. What do the see-far glasses refer to?

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[ 1 mark ]
e. What do you learn from the mother?

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[ 1 mark ]

14. Differentiate the character raits of the characters in the short story Tanjong Rhu.
Complete the table below from the answers given:

Mr. Li Ah Ma (Mr.Li’s Mother)


1.

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2.
3.
4.
5.

Traditional Strict Strong religious Forgetful Successful


belief
Loving Filial Modern Good memory Old fashioned

- END OF QUESTION -

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SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEBANGSAAN TUN PERAK,

48000 RAWANG, SELANGOR

TINGKATAN 4
UJIAN BULAN MAC 2019
BAHASA INGGERIS
MAC 2019
1 ½ jam (1 JAM 30 MINIT)

SKEMA JAWAPAN

PREPARED BY, CHECKED BY, VERIFY BY,

(NOOR SHARIZAH BINTI (ZURAIZA BINTI DZULKIFLI) (RAFIDAH BINTI RASHID)


JAMMURI) HEAD OF ENGLISH PANEL HEAD OF LANGUAGE
EXAM SETTER DEPARTMENT

SECTION A

1A 2C 3C 4A 5C

SECTION B

6. Charlotte’s Web
7. Accidental Adventurer

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8. Amazing World
9. My Upside-Down Life
10. Dear Dad
SECTION C

Summary

1. he saw a young woman lying by the tracks


2. he grabbed the emergency chain (pulled it down frantically)
3. he shouted to the other passenger but nobody voluntered
4. he jumped off the still-moving train (had a burst of pain shot up his ankle)
5. he lifted the girl across the track and searched for a way out
6. he implored the motorists but no one stopped
7. Baleshwar pleaded a tempi-truck driver
8. The a middle man in a tempo-truck stopped
9. They arrived at a small hospital
10. But the hospital was lacked of personnel and equipment
11. they were leaving for a bigger hospital nearby
12. Baleshwar managed to get the girl’s detail before she lost conscious again
13. Baleshwar managed to get her name and her brother Dinesh’s mobile phone number
14. Baleshwar hand around until Roma’s family arrived
15. Baleshwar noticed the driver had left and couldn’t thank him

BAND DESCRIPTORS FOR SUMMARY

MARK PARAPHRASE (RP) MARK USE OF ENGLISH (UE)


 There is a sustained attempt to re-  Apart from very occasional slips, the
phrase the text language. language is accurate.
 Expression is secure.  Any occasional errors are either first
 Allow phrases from the text, which are draft slips or minor errors.
difficult to substitute.  Sentence structure is varied and there
5 5 is a marked ability to use original
complex syntax outside text structures.
 Punctuation is accurate and helpful to
the reader.
 Spelling is secure across the full range
of vocabulary used.
 There is a noticeable attempt to re-  The language is almost always
phrase the text. accurate.
 The summary is free from stretches of  Serious errors will be isolated as to be
concentrated lifting. almost unnoticeable.
 Expression is generally sound.  Sentences will show some variation
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including original syntax outside text
structures.
 Punctuation is accurate and generally
helpful.
 Spelling is nearly always secure.

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 Intelligent and selective lifting, i.e. when  The language is largely accurate.
groups of words are combined with own  Simple structures tend to dominate.
words.  Serious errors are not frequent,
 Limited attempt to re-phrase the text. although they are noticeable.
 Expression may not always be secure  Where sentences show some variety
but the attempt to substitute will gain and complexity, they will generally be
3 credit. 3 lifted from the text.
 Serious errors may occur when more
sophisticated structures are attempted.
 Punctuation is largely accurate.
 Spelling is mostly secure.
 Errors may occur in the use of original or
ambitious vocabulary
 Wholesale copying of text material,  Meaning not in doubt, but serious
i.e. in chunks not a complete script of the errors are becoming more frequent.
original.  Simple structures will be accurate,
 Attempts to substitute own language although this accuracy is not sustained
will be limited to single word expression. for long.
 Irrelevant sections of the text will be  Simple punctuation will usually be
2 more frequent at this and subsequent 2 correct, with occasional errors of sentence
levels. separation.
 Spelling is largely accurate, but
mistakes will occur in handling the more
difficult words.
 Irrelevant or distorted detail will
destroy the sequence in places.
 More or less a complete transcript of  Heavy frequency of serious errors,
the text. impeding the reading in many places.
 This means sentence after sentence  Fractured syntax is much more
copied without a clear break. pronounced at this level, and
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 Originality barely noticeable. punctuation falters.
 There will also be random transcription  Errors of sentence separation are
of irrelevant sections of the text. liable to be frequent.

SECTION C

( The Living Photograph )

a. i) She was wearing white broderie anglaise shirt , pleated skirt, flat shoes
(at least mention 2 items ) ( 1 item is not accepted )
. ii) her hair was grey / grey/ she has grey bun
b. She was forgetful / senile/ she is having amnesia
c. Quality : Loveble / responsible / kind
Evidence: ( Accept other acceptable answers )
d. Her soup forgot to boil/ She has forgotten to boil her soup
e. Smiling/ living/ breathing
f. We must treasure our loved ones when they are alive/ it is difficult to lose a family
member/ other relevant answer
g. The photograph represents the memories the persona has of her late grandmother
h. We can celebrate their birthdays together/ We can go for a picnic together. / We

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can cook their favourite dishes / We can buy them presents/ other relevant
answers

(Tanjong Rhu)

a. He is a successful modern businessman of a ship company


b. it was his father’s shipyard
c. in Singapore
d. binoculars
e. she has good memory/ accept any other relevant answer

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Mr. Li Ah Ma (Mr.Li’s Mother)


1. Modern Tradisional
2. Successful Old fashioned
3. filial Loving
4. Strict Strong religious belief
5. Forgetful Good memory