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    1119/2 @2007 Hak CiptalPN1 [Lihat sebelah

    ect on

    MarksA

    15

    B10

    C25

    D25

    Total75

    Question 5Read the extract below and answer the question that follows.

    Question 8

    SULIT 1119/1

    Nama : No. KP :

    1119/2BahasaInggerisKertas 2Ogos / Sept.2007

    JABATAN PELAJARAN NEGERI JOHOR

    PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN

    SIJIL PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSIA 2007

    BAHASA INGGERIS

    Kertas 2Dua jam lima belas minit

    JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

    Arahan

    I. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 4 bahagian.2. Jawab semua bahagian.3. Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 25 minit untuk menjawab soalan Bahagian A, 25 minit

    untukBahagian B, 50 minit untukBahagian C dan 35 minit untukBahagian D.4. Bulatican jawapan anda untukBahagian A di dalam kertas jawapan di halaman 19.5. Soalan-soalan yang dikemukakan dalam kertas ini mungkin mempunyai tiga atau empat

    pilihan jawapan.

    Instructions

    1. This question paper consists offour sections.0.Answerall sections.2. You are advised to spend about 25 minutes on Section A, 25 minutes on Section B, 50

    minutes on Section C and 35 minutes on Section D.3. Circle your answers forSection A on the answer

    sheet on page 19.5. Questions on this paper might have three orfour

    options.

    Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 19 halaman bercetak dan 1 tidak

    bercetak

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    Section A

    [1 5 marks]

    Questions 1 8

    For each of the questions, read the question first and then study the information given to find

    the best answer. Then circle the answerA, B, C orD on the answer sheet provided.

    Questions 1 and 2

    Read the advertisement below and answer the questions that follow.

    1 The following are the courses offered by the university except

    A Affordable Education.

    B Information Technology.

    C Business Administration.

    D Multimedia Communication

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    2 The word firmly can be best replaced with

    A strongly.

    Bfairly.C surely.

    Question 3

    Read the extract below and answer the question that follows.

    Frogs and toads have some differences. Frogs have smooth, moist

    skin whereas toads are dry and have relatively short legs. Both are

    amphibians.

    3 Compared to toads, frogs have

    A drier skin

    Blonger legs

    C shorter legs

    Dmoister skin

    Question 4

    Study the dialogue below and answer the question that follows.

    4 "I am too busy to attend the meeting," said Ali.

    According to Ali, he .............................

    A needs a meeting.

    Bwill attend the meeting. C

    cannot attend the meeting.

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    SULIT 1119/2Question 5Read the extract below and answer the question that follows.

    Ladies and gentlemen,

    Welcome to the exhibition. We are proud to introduce to you afamous artist from Malaysia with such remarkable achievement in this decade.

    I present to you.....

    Cis

    5 How many years has this artist been known?

    A 5 years.

    B10 years. C

    15 years.

    D20 years.

    Question 6

    Study the picture below and answer the question that follows.

    1011111119C o mp le t e b e d rest. No visitors.

    6 Which of the following sentences best explains the given sign?

    A This patient should receive his visitors in bed.

    BThis patient is upset because he has no visitors.

    C This patient must rest and is not allowed to have visitors

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    Question 7

    Read the advertisement below and answer the question that follows.

    Who are we kidding?

    Size does matter!

    A good bookstore houses at most 200,000 titles.

    At Acmamall, we have over 1 9000,000 book titles

    available.We give you big on variety, all with the click of

    your mouse.

    www.acmall.com.mylAgeystes orAlne shoppti)g, mg!

    7 How do you order your favourite books from the mall?

    A Fax to Acmamall.

    B Call the bookstore.

    C Write to Acmamall.

    D Through the Internet.

    SULIT

    http://www.acmall.com.my/http://www.acmall.com.my/
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    SULIT 1119/2Question 8

    YE4, IF t CAK -TALK1414.1KNOW WHAT A

    STICK IN11-1E ML)9 1 1 E - C A I V O t

    Study the cartoon strip below and answer the question that follows.

    From The Star, 21 May 2007.

    8 From the cartoon strip, we know that 'Dad'

    A does not like changes.

    B loves to change plans.

    C hates anniversaries.

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    Questions 9 15

    Read the following passage and choose the best answer. Then, circle A, B, C or D on the

    answer sheet provided.

    Filling the earth has long been a respected profession for Melakans

    and agribusiness plays an important role in the state's economy. The

    agricultural sector for tourism (9)

    excellent potential for rapid expansion.

    Agro-tourism in Melaka encompasses _(10)_ to rubber estates

    and oil palm plantations. Tourists are given a feel of rubber seeds and

    witness _(I1)_ rubber trees are planted and tapped and learn about the

    process of making rubber sheets from latex.

    Tourists are also given a little insight _(12)_ the history of rubber

    in Malaysia when the British first planted rubber seedlings in Malaysia.

    "Hevea Brasiliensis" or natural rubber seedlings _(13)_ brought from

    Brazil and planted on Malaysian soil. Rubber plantations then _(l4)_,

    propelling Malaysia to a position of being the _(15)_ producer of

    natural rubber in the world at the same time.

    Visit Historic Melaka, 2006

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    SULIT

    Saying No to the Common Cold

    cing colds is a weakened immune system aggravated by stress and allergies, leading to

    rs to effectively overcome colds. Esberitox ? N has been shown to be effective when t

    DISTRIBUTED BY: IDS Services (Malaysia) Sdn BhdKKLIU 0715/2007/AIK

    ESBERITOX NTraditionally used for relief of cold

    100 Tablets

    SULIT 9 1119/2

    Section B

    [10 marks ]

    Questions 16 - 25

    Read the following advertisement on the common cold and answer the questions that follow.

    Adapted from The Star, June 2007.

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    Section B

    Using the information on the common cold, complete the blanks with suitable answers.

    16

    Symptoms

    Main factor causing colds

    20

    23

    Common Cold Distributor

    24

    Suitable forDoctor's recommendations

    25

    [10 marks]

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    5

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    Section B

    Section C

    [25 marks]

    Read the passage below and answer the questions that follow.

    In recent years, there has been a general awareness of the importance of trees. A series of

    discoveries pointed to the fact that it was trees that cleaned up atmospheric pollution and also

    helped to bring rain. At first, people took these discoveries lightly. But, a decade later people

    realised that either we planted more trees or we would have a tough time in future. Then the

    whole world started numerous campaigns until the message finally got through: If you want it to

    rain, then you plant trees or else ...

    2 Trees are indeed useful to us. Humans and animals breathe in oxygen and breathe out carbon

    dioxide. On the other hand, trees breathe in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen. This

    process helps to balance the amount of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the air. Factories

    throughout the world caused more problems for the trees. When they pollute the air with

    too much carbon dioxide, the trees clean it up and return the oxygen to us. Then people

    started to be cruel to the trees. Throughout the world, they cut down more and more trees

    to make way for agriculture and development. Hence, industries kept on increasing. This

    meant that we were producing more

    carbon dioxide now because the trees which can neutralise the air, were getting15

    fewer and fewer.

    3 Scientists warned us about the danger of cutting down the trees unnecessarily but few

    listened. In time, governments realised that they had to act responsibly and started tounderstand the importance of trees. Everyone feared the time when there would not

    be enough trees to maintain the delicate balance in the air. 20

    4 Trees also play an important role in the water cycle. They are an important link in the

    process of evaporation. The sun absorbs the moist