2015 Percubaan Bahasa Inggeris PT3 Pulau Pinang

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2015 Percubaan Bahasa Inggeris PT3 Pulau Pinang

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    ARAHAN: 1. Buka kertas soalan ini apabila diberitahu.

    2. Tlis nama dan angka giliran anda pada ruang yang disediakan.

    3. Jawapan anda hendaklah ditulis pada ruang jawapan yang disediakan dalam kertas soalan ini.

    4. Kertas soalan ini hendaklah diserahkan kepada pengawas peperiksaan pada akhir peperiksaan.

    Untuk Kegunaan Pemerlksa

    Nama Pemeriksa:

    Soalan Markah Markah Penuh Diperolehi

    1 10

    2 10

    3 20

    4 15

    5 5

    6 30

    7 10

    Jumlah 100

    NAMA: ........................................... .................................................... .




  • SECTION A (10 marks)

    (Time suggested: 15 minutes)

    Answer all questions in this paper.

    The text below is about wau bulan.

    Question 1

    Read the text below. There are grammatical errors in the text. The errors have been underlined for you. Write one word to correct the error in the space provided. An example has been given. The correct word must not change the meaning of the sentence.

    The most popular wau or giant-kite are the Wau Bulan or Moon Kite. e.g. is

    It is so named because it's tailpiece resembles the crescent. Unique 1. ___ _

    to the east coast state of Kelantan, this waus or giant flying kites are 2. ___ _

    often as big as a man, measures about 3.5 metres from head to tail. 3. ___ _

    It is the larger kite around and is capable of soaring to great heights. 4. ___ _

    Not surprisingly, kite-flying here was a sport for men as some kites require 5. ___ _

    at least two grown up men to handling. Most of the patterns are based 6. ___ _

    in local flora and fauna like birds, animals and flowers. It is usually fitted 7. ___ _

    with a stringed bow where emits a soft, wailing sound when flown. 8. ___ _

    Each kite is lavishly pasted in colourful designs and a work of art in 9. ___ _

    its own right. Indeed, so remarkable is. Wau Bulan that the national 10. ___ _

    carrier, the Malaysian Airline System, has chosen it as its logo,

    symbolising controlled flight.

    (10 marks)




  • Question 2

    SECTION B (30 marks)

    (Time suggested: 40 minutes)

    Read the following text. Then, answer questions (a) - U).

    It is important for everyone to have a good health. This can be achieved through healthy diet and regular exercise. A healthy diet includes eating meat and fish products that are steamed or baked but not fried . Health experts also recommend eating lots of fruits and vegetables.

    Next is regular exercise. Exercising is a sure way of keeping our bodies fit. Lack of exercise may cause our muscles to become weaker and in extreme cases, we may not be able to do physical work properly. Even our bones will get weaker and break easily.

    There are many types of exercises which we can take part in. Young people can play tennis, badminton, football, futsal, sepak takraw or go swimming. Daredevils who wish for more extreme exercise can opt for rock climbing, jungle trekking, skate-boarding or roller-skating .

    For older people, there is Tai Chi, yoga or simply a stroll in the park. For a slightly more vigorous exercise, line-dancing is recommended. There is no excuse not to exercise since there are different types of excercises for every age group. Let us change our lifestyle and you should start now. Remember, 'Health is wealth'.




  • Questions (a) - (j) Using the information from the text, complete the following graphic organiser.


    can be achieved through

    a) ___________ _

    A healthy diet includes eating

    steamed or baked

    c) ____ andd) ____ _ products

    e) _________ _ f) _______ _


    Lack of exercise will weaken our

    Two examples of extreme exercise

    i) ____________ _ j) ___________ _

    (1 O marks)




  • Question 3

    Read the itinerary below. Then, answer questions (a) - U)


    Meet tour guide from Kaffa at Penang International Airport, proceed to Padang Kota Lama

    Visit Fort Cornwallis, the biggest intact fortress in Malaysia Walk along Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah to Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion. (The entry fee is

    included in the tour package) Lunch served at Karaikudi Restaurant at Little India Transfer to a beachfront hotel, check-in. High-tea will be served. Get on the hop-on hop-off Penang City Tour and head to Gurney Drive. (Ticket price is

    not included in the tour package)

    Breakfast at hotel. Kek Lok Si temple tour, biggest Chinese temple in South East Asia Visit the iconic Komtar Tower Travel along the coastal road and enjoy the scenic view of one of Malaysia's best

    beaches, Batu Ferringhi Arrive at Teluk Bahang, a quiet fishing village at the tail-end of the coastal road of

    Penang Island. Group photo session at Penang Butterfly Farm BBQ dinner by the beach with a wide selection of seafood Back to hotel at 11 p.m.

    Breakfast, free time to shop and buy souvenirs. Check-out from hotel by 12 p.m. Transfer from hotel to Penang International Airport for your onward travel.

    For more information, call 04-3435676 or email us at p.travel@gmail.com *Book from 1" to 20'h of September 2015 to enjoy special rates.




  • Questions (a} - (d}: Based on the travel itinerary, state whether the following statements are TRUE or FALSE

    (a) Kota Lama is the largest fortress in Malaysia _____ (1 mark)

    (b) Batu Feringghi is a fishing village. _____ (1 mark)

    (c) We can have our photo taken at Penang Butterflly Farm _____ (1 mark)

    (d} Breakfast is provided everyday _____ (1 mark)

    Questions (e} - (i}: Read the travel itinerary carefully and answer the questions below.

    (e) Where is Karaikudi Restaurant situated?

    -------------------------~(1 mark) (f) What do you get if you book the package between 1st and 2Qth of November 2015?

    -------------------------~(1 mark)

    (g) Fill in the table with an appropriate word from the travel itinerary.

    Meanin Word

    the beach

    relatin to natural scene

    (2 marks)

    (h) Why do you think the word "iconic" is used to describe the Komtar Tower?

    __________________________ (1 mark)

    (i) Why do you think Penang Butterfly Farm is recommended for group photography session?

    -------------------------- (1 mark)

    (10 marks)




  • U) You would like to go on a trip to Georgetown and want your friend to join you. In about 50 words, write an e-mail to invite him I her.

    In your note:-

    encourage him/her to join you give reasons why you wish to visit Georgetown add other relevant information to make your writing interesting




    (10 marks)




  • Question 4 Read the report below.

    The Prefectorial Board, SMK Bintang, Taman Mesra, 11760 Sg. Sembilang.

    To, Principal, SMK Bintang, Taman Mesra.

    Dear Madam, Report on Leadership Camp

    SECTION C (20 marks)

    (Time suggested: 20 minutes)

    The Leadership Camp was held for three days and two nights from the 11th to 131h March, 2015. It was attended by 80 prefects accompanied by 4 teachers. The Camp was held at Kem Bina Negara, Balik Pulau. The aim of the camp was to build leadership quality amongst the participants.

    The camp kicked off with the introduction of the Camp commandant and facilitators. An ice-breaking event was carried out in which the participants gave their full commitment. The activities carried out on the second day included talks, discussions and role play. Participants were divided into groups of 8 members.

    One interesting activity on the second day was to cook dinner. Each team was given two cans of sardine, a little oil for cooking and matches. The twist in the activity was, participants were not allowed to speak to one another. The programme was fully packed and participants looked lethargic at the end of the day. At midnight, participants were taken for a night trail. All the lights in the entire camping ground were switched off. In total darkness, with their eyes covered, participants were left on their own for almost an hour. A majority of the participants persevered and braved it through. All in all, the participants had shown admirable qualities of a leader. Despite the lack of time to rest, the participants gave positive response and hoped that there will be similar camps in the future.

    However, there are some aspects of the camp that needed to be looked into. Several toilets were not in good condition. Three of the toilet flushes did not work at all. Hence, the queues were long to use them. The dorms were equipped with only three ceiling fans that are centrally located. As a result, the heat and humidity was unbearable.

    In conclusion, all participants agreed that the programmes were enjoyable. A word of praise must be given to all the facilitators for their good jobs.

    Reported by, lntan Mulia Musa Secretary




  • Read the text carefully and answer questions (a) - (i) (a) State the main objective of the Leadership Camp?

    (b) How did the Leadership Camp begin?

    (c) What were the participants not supposed to do while cooking dinner?