Berita Harian : 2019-08-14

Skor : 53 : 15

Skor

BIL 830 Rabu, 14 Ogos 2019 Jawapan SKOR 15 By Madam Leen [email protected] Paper 2 (d) Feeling: Proud / Honoured / Flattered / Thrilled Reason: Protecting my country Carrying out orders by my commander Doing my duty Feeling: Scared / Frightened / Terrified Reason: Not sure I can come back alive or not Thinking of my family back home Section A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 A C C B B D C D C A D B B D A (accept any reasonable and logical response but not to contradict each other) Section B 33 Sample Framework: Captain Nobody 16 Sheikh Abdul Malek Road 1. Introducto­ry paragraph (paragraph 1) State your novel Newt’s dream is to become like his football star brother, Chris (famous, confident and strong) and he fulfills his dream through the character of Captain Nobody. 17 Daily from 5.00 p.m. till 11.00 p.m. (except on Thursdays and Fridays) − 18 Western and Italian dishes − 19 Darkened interior interchang­eable 20 Surrounded by quotes from the Holy Book 2. Content paragraphs In order to gain confident and fight his fear, Captain Nobody helps Cecil to get the old bass drum from the Dumpster (paragraph 2) Refer to Chapter 11 for elaboratio­n Captain Nobody foils a robbery attempt at Sullivan’s Jewellery store (paragraph 3) Refer to Chapters 14 and 15 for explanatio­n Captain Nobody saves Reggie from trying to end his life because of guilt (paragraph 4) Refer to Chapters 19 and 20 for elaboratio­n 21 Simple A4 paper (menu) − 22 Small / Adequate / Small but adequate 23 Mashed potatoes − interchang­eable 24 Air jahak / Evil water − 25 Spaghetti alfredo with mushrooms and chicken strips Section C 3. Concluding paragraph (paragraph 5) Summarise / restate the statement State a lesson you have learnt 26 (a) To witness the hottest motor race (in Malaysia) / to witness the Petronas Malaysia Formula One Grand Prix About 30 000 spectators − − (b) 33 Sample Framework: Dear Mr Kilmer 27 hair-raising 1. Introducto­ry paragraph (paragraph 1) State your novel Richard’s dream is to be a poet like Mr Kilmer. − 28 a) (b) ( Topping of fuel (i) Tyre is damaged (ii) Weather conditions − 2. Content paragraphs In order to fulfill his dream, Richard writes to Mr Kilmer about his interest in poetry (paragraph 2) Refer to Chapters 2 and 4 for explanatio­n Richard shares Mr Kilmer’s letter and his poems with his teacher, Mrs Hansen and the rest of his classmates (paragraph 3) Refer to Chapters 4 and 5 for elaboratio­n Richard shares his love for poetry with the Schermers (paragraph 4) Refer to Chapter 8 and 10 for elaboratio­n − 29 ( ( a) b) To allow drivers to perform efficientl­y for two whole races Because it is too dangerous if they do not reduce their speed / So that they will not lose control of their car − * accept any response on the idea of being too risky and dangerous 30 Characteri­stic: Bold / Daring / Brave / Self-confident Reason: They dare to put their lives at stake just because of racing They are not afraid to race through the track − (accept any reasonable and logical response) 3. Concluding paragraph (paragraph 5) Summarise / restate the statement State a lesson you have learnt − 31 Content Points: 1 top up fuel during pit stop 2 no changing of tyres 3 keep same set of tyres for qualifying and the race (itself) 4 tyres can be changed when damaged 5 change because of weather conditions 6 change can only be decided by Race Control 7 reduce downforce applied to each car 8 drivers face constant fight to control tyre wear (throughout the race) 9 F1 designers make tyres that last longer 10 (F1 designers) redesign engines which allow drivers to perform efficientl­y for two (whole) races (F1 designers) make sure power units last for around 1 500 kilometres at racing speeds reduce speed as they head towards (hairpin) bends − 33 Sample Framework: Sing To The Dawn 1. Introducto­ry paragraph (paragraph 1) State your novel Dawan’s dream is to prove to the others that she is fully capable of handling the scholarshi­p and the responsibi­lity it entails. − − 2. Content paragraphs To achieve her dream, Dawan persuades her father with the help of her brother, Kwai (paragraph 2) Refer to Chapters 3 and 11 for elaboratio­n Dawan convinces the old monk and Noi that she is more than capable to study in the city (paragraph 3) Refer to Chapters 4 and 8 for elaboratio­n Dawan assures Kwai that she is able to fulfill her responsibi­lity studying in the city (paragraph 4) Refer to Chapter 10 for elaboratio­n − 11 − 12 * the bracketed phrases are optional − Section D 32 (a) dismayed 3. Concluding paragraph (paragraph 5) Summarise / restate the statement State a lesson you have learnt (b) volleyed and thundered − (c) The commander wants to flush out the enemies from the valley / The commander wants to kill the enemies −

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