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FORM 5 -MODULE 2

FORM 5 -MODULE 2

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Part 3
You are going to read an extract from an article. For questions 19 - 26, choose the correct answer
(A, B, C or D) and mark the correct letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet.

Hospitals are scary places. Most people come In fact, he's so disturbed that he's being kept in
into contact with hospitals when things go "seclusion;' until he calms down and treatment
wrong: they've had an accident, become can be started. This is only reserved for the most
unwell or have been referred for more tests. unwell patients, and means that they're kept in
Nobody, except the staff, is there by choice. isolation in a small room, with nothing else
And it can be touch-and-go with some of the except a mattress, so that they can't harm
staff. But patients aren't the only ones who themselves. There's CCTV in the room relayed
are scared. The overriding memory of my first to the nursing station so he can be monitored
year as a doctor is that of persistent, constantly.
unadulterated fear. As the junior doctor, you're
faced with the unknown on a daily basis, and it The decision to put someone in seclusion
scares you. is not made lightly, and there are protocols in
place to ensure that it's not abused. It's not a
You might think that psychiatry is free punishment, but a way of managing and
from all this high-level angst. It's just lots of containing the patient until they're calmer. I
talking, isn't it? But it has its own sort of look at the policemen that Mr Kilshaw assaulted
traumas and its own emergencies every bit as while being brought in and am overwhelmingly
scary as in other branches of medicine. I was relieved that he's locked up behind a secure
recently on call. As I sat in the doctor's room, door. He's not normally an aggressive man. His
the peaceful evening was abruptly interrupted aggression is because he doesn't think he's
by the slamming of a van door, shouts of unwell and thinks he's being wrongfully
several men and screams from another. detained. I'd be trying to assaultpeople if I felt
they were locking me away without reason. I
Several minutes later, my pager goesoff. sign the forms agreeing to Mr Kilshaw being
The extension number shown is for PICU kept in seclusion, and walk outside into the
Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit. The noise I had night air.
heard from outside was someone being
transferred in a police van to PICU and I have I hate the idea that on my say-so a man
to go and assess them. has been locked up in a tiny window-less room,
stripped of his liberty. Psychiatry is fraught with
After getting through the numerous dilemmas like this, because it deals with things
security doors I'm met by six policemen, all that the rest of society doesn't want to have to
with cuts on their faces. "He's in there;' one of think about. Out of everyone involved, the
them says. I peer through a small reinforced- person who's really scared is Mr Kilshaw. He
glass observation window in adoor. The man doesn't understand what's happening to him
inside the small room immediately lunges for or why. It might befor his own good, but it's
the door and tries to smash the glass. This is brutal. And it scares me to think of the authority
Mr Kilshaw. He's acutely psychotic and very I have over other people's lives.
angry at having been brought into hospital.
There's no reasonto be scared as he can't get
out, but I am.

(Adapted from Readers’ Digest October 2018, Difficult Decision)

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19 In paragraph 2, why does the writer use the phrase “high level angst”?
A The writer describes the hospital as a terrifying place.
B The writer describe the staff who work in a high pressure environment.
C The writer describes the level of public health.
D The writer describes the feelings of doctors who are in deep anxiety.

20 In paragraph 3, what was the writer’s first impression about the noise he heard outside?
A He was determined to attend to the newly admitted patients.
B He was discouraged as it was already late in the evening.
C He was terrified as the frantic noise sounded serious.
D He was in blissful mood as PICU had new patients admitted.

21 In paragraph 4, how did the writer describe the Mr. Kilshaw?
A He was a very sick person and needed to be placed in the Intensive Care Unit.
B He had cuts on his face and he was aggressive.
C He was in a condition of intense mental disorder and wanted to leave immediately.
D He was an extremely dangerous patient and intimidating the hospital staff.

22 In paragraph 5, what was the proof that patients placed in “seclusion” could not do any
physical injury to themselves?
A They were kept in a small, tiny room.
B There was CCTV installed outside to monitor the incoming nurses.
C There was medical treatment to calm the patient down.
D There was only a cushion bed to sleep.

23 What information is correct in paragraph 6?
A The rules and regulations to place someone in seclusion can be abused.
B Mr. Kilshaw’s behaviour could be possibly due to confining him without reason.
C Seclusion is a way to penalize by containing the patient.
D The writer was relieved seeing Mr. Kilshaw in detention without purpose.

24 What is the most suitable word to describe Mr. Kilshaw in the isolation room?
A Inquisitive
B Blessed
C Comforting
D Terrified

25 How does the writer label himself in authorising Mr. Kilshaw to be kept in seclusion?
A He detests doing the authorisation.
B He humanely places Mr. Kilshaw in seclusion.
C He successfully appeases the patient in the locked up room.
D He has no regret putting Mr. Kilshaw in seclusion.

26 What best describes the purpose of the writer writing this article ?
A To recall how he overcome a difficult situation.
B To look back at the scary experience in the hospital.
C To share good memories with Mr. Kilshaw.
D To pen down and ponder the heavy weight of authority over people’s live.

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Part 3

You are going to read an extract from an article. For questions 19 - 26, choose the correct

answer (A, B, C or D) and mark the correct letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet.

Nothing stays the same for long. Things and I do not remember where my mother and brother

people change, often for the worse, it seems, but were, but the two of us were alone. He asked me

once in a while, very much for the better. I grew to sit down. What followed still moves me these

up on a small farm, living a life that I took for decades later. He told me about his life,his family

granted. I had a dog without a leash and growing up, what it was like in the Pacific during

mountains in whichever direction I looked, and I World War II, his loves, hisheartbreaks. It was as if

awoke to the call of pheasants in thealfalfa fields. a pipe had burst, his inner self rushing out to me

My father worked in the city as a welder. in a great flood.

He was quiet; distant, you might say. He was not He had been speaking for maybe an hour

highly educated, but he was smart, with an or more when I realized that he was doing more

engineer’s way of looking at problems. He was a than telling. He was asking to be forgiven. All it

man made of leather, brass, and chewing took was understanding that that was what he

tobacco who tried to teach my brother and me needed, and I forgave everything, immediately.

useful things, including respect. He also had a When he died, I didn’t return to school for a

temper. I did not like him very much. few days. My biggest dread going back was gym

One day I came home from school and his class. It was poorly supervised, and bullies ran the

car was already there. Once inside, I was told by show. True to form, on my first day, I was standing

my mother that he didn’t feel well. His back hurt. there in my shorts when an all-too-familiar voice

My father never missed work; in fact, whenhe bellowed, “Lensch!”

came home, he went to the barn to work even It was a guy who had given many of us a few

more. I remember peeking around the corner at lumps over the years. I turned to face him and

him as he lay on his bed in the middleof the day. said, “What do you want?” The other boys didn’t

I was in elementary school. Multiple myeloma, I say a word as they waited for thebeatdown. “I

learned, is a type of blood cancer. It starts in the heard your dad died,” he said. “Is that true?”

cells that normally make antibodiesfor the body I quietly replied, “Yes.”

to use in its immune responseagainst infections. He didn’t punch me. He didn’t even move.

When those cells become malignant, they make Instead, he said, “I’m sorry.”

abnormal antibodies like crazy, crowding out the I was shocked. I’m sure I cried. Those two

useful ones. words are how I have remembered that kid ever

As the cancer grows, the person who has since.

it shrinks. The disease saps the body’s energy, What do you do when your “enemies” reveal

and the abnormal antibodies cause problems that they are also human? I think you either

for other cells and tissues. Bones eventually look forgive and move forward or hold on to

like Swiss cheese, and when they break, they may resentment and live in the past. I’m certainly not

never heal. For the last year of my father’s life, his glad that my father got sick, but at the same time,

entire day consisted of rising from his hospital I realize that if he hadn’t, I might never havecome

bed in the living room and walking to his chair to to love him. He told me about his family, World

sit and think. War II, his loves, his heartbreaks. It was asif a pipe

He was predictably in that chair when I had burst.

came home one day during the ninth grade.

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19 In paragraph 1, why does the writer use the phrase “living a life that I took for granted”?
A He enjoys living is a small farm.
B He lives in a place with beautiful scenery, overseeing mountains.
C He treasures every moment of the sounds of pheasants in his alfalfa fields.
D He lives in a way with lack of appreciation or gratitude.

20 In paragraph 2, which statement is true about his father?
A His father works in the city as an engineer.
B His father is clever and has farming temperament.
C He is a person who gets angry easily.
D His father is a person who is well-respected.

21 In paragraph 3, what discovery did the writer find when he came home?
A His father’s car was in the workshop.
B His father had unfinished work in the barn.
C His father took his usual nap in the house.
D He was under the weather.

22 In paragraph 4, which is the best phrase to replace “saps”?
A Gradually weaken and destroy
B Invades violently
C Drains and flushes out
D Soar and escalate

23 Why do you think the writer’s father let his life stories out like “a pipe had burst”?
A He had never had a private conversation with the writer before.
B He wanted to be forgiven for what he had done wrong.
C He had an hour or more to tell his life stories only, so he had to let it out fast.
D It was a story about a pipe had burst during World War II.

24 What effect of his father’s death had on the writer when he was on his first day in school?
A The bully came to him and apologised for what had happened.
B The bully wanted Lensch to have a beatdown.
C The bully was shocked and cried over the incident.
D The bully was standing in the gym room to seek for apology.

25 How should you react to bullies when they are forgiving?
A You should not pardon the bullies.
B You should proceed with your life and never look back.
C You should keep the grudge.
D You should revenge and live in the past.

26 What is the implied meaning of the article?
A He still abhors his father after his father’s death.
B He loves his father more after his father got sick.
C He grudges his whole family, father, mother and brother.
D He wants to befriend with the bullies.

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Part 3
You are going to read an extract from an article. For questions 19 - 26, choose the correct answer
(A, B, C or D) and mark the correct letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet.

ELEVEN YEARS AGO, the world as I knew it When I couldn’t sleep at night, I took to praying
ended. My husband of 19 years, the father of the rosary, then began praying it daily even if I
my two sons, was diagnosed with terminal had no difficulty sleeping. There is a reason that
cancer. Over the course of seven months, Bill prayer beads are common in many religious
went from beating me silly at tennis to traditions dating to well before Christ.Caressing
needing my help to go to the bathroom. It pearlescent beads helped slow my breathing
was the best seven months of my life. Maybe I and calm my mind. I came to feel naked if I
don’t actually mean that. But it was certainly didn’t have beads within easy reach while scans
the time when I felt most alive. I was 42 years were performed, IVs dripped, test results were
old. I had become a respected professional, a waited for.
responsible and, I hope, loved parent. But I had
yet to discover the reason I was on this earth. In the latter days, being Bill’s caregiver
meant being fully present for as many moments
During those seven months, I came to of every day as possible. During his last
understand that whatever else I did in my life, weekend, we had dinner together. Later, a
nothing would matter more. I discovered that relative visited. I noticed that she’d changed her
the petty grievances of an irksome coworker, appearance, and not in a good way. It was the
a child with the sniffles, or a flat tire pales in kind of thought I’d usually keep to myself. Just
comparison with the beauty of spontaneous then, Bill voiced exactly what I’d been thinking,
laughter, the night sky, the smells of a bakery. in that ruthlessly truthful way he had, and I
There were moments of joy, laughter, and found myself laughing out loud.
tenderness in every day—if I was willing to look
hard enough. I found that I could train myself I could live with this man, even needing as
to see more beauty than bother, to set my much care as he does, for the next 40 years,I
internal barometer to be more compassionate thought.
than callous.
He would be dead in four days.
In the days after Bill’s diagnosis and brain Eleven years later, I haven’t started a
surgery, being his caregiver required me to foundation to cure cancer. I haven’t left the
become the best reporter I knew how to be. I news business to get a medical degree. I work.
found clinical trials and talked tooncologists in I try to be there for my sons. I will never again
Texas, Pennsylvania, and New York. It gave me have that high of a purpose. But every day, I try
a sense of purpose, and it gave Bill comfort— again to be the person I became during those
and a few chuckles—to overhear me reading seven months. I try to be a little less judgmental,
the riot act to some insurance rep who’d told a little more forgiving and generous, a little
me a treatment wouldn’t be covered. more grateful for the small moments in life. I am
a better person for having been Bill’s caregiver.
It was his last, bestgift to me.

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19 In paragraph 1, what does the phrase “beating me silly at” mean in the context?
A Bill defeats his wife in a game of tennis.
B Bill purposely loses in the tennis game with his wife, just to please her.
C Bill never wants to play tennis with his wife.
D Bill loses to his wife, in which he has never lost before.

20 In paragraph 2, what does the writer experience during those seven months?
A Agony, when she discovers that her husband is sick.
B Happiness, when she will inherit all the belongings from her husband.
C Appreciation, when she doesn’t mind grievances as long as she finds moments of joy.
D Sadness, when worse outcomes turn more apparent than good outcomes.

21 In paragraph 4, what was her job before that?
A caregiver
B reporter
C doctor
D Insurance representative

22 In paragraph 5, the writer thinks….
A Being a caregiver is to provide food and other necessities to Bill.
B Being a caregiver must give every little attention to Bill’s requirement.
C Being a caregiver is to appear as many occasions as possible daily with her husband.
D Being a caregiver, the most important time is during the last weekend having dinner
together.

23 In paragraph 6, the writer expresses her….
A irksome for looking after her husband who is sick
B reluctance over the 7 months as a caregiver
C agitated when no one offers help if their relationship last for the next 40 years.
D willingness to live with the man she loves for as long as possible.

24 She has learnt a valuable lesson by…
A setting up a foundation to cure cancer.
B working non-stop to make a leaving.
C spending the best seven months with her husband.
D quitting her job to get a medical degree.

25 Which statement is NOT true from the article?
A She becomes more understanding and sympathetic.
B She becomes more callous and mean.
C She becomes more benevolent and benign.
D She becomes more merciful and tolerant.

26 What is the purpose of the writer writing this article?
A To share precious memories and provide Bill’s best gift.
B To play her responsibility as a responsible wife.
C To remember that her husband is dead now and she hopes to continue with her life.
D To show the beautiful relationship between her sons and the father.

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Part 3
You are going to read an extract from an article. For questions 19 - 26, choose the correct answer
(A, B, C or D) and mark the correct letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet.

Pete Watson looks like the biggest, sweetest At college, he did a degree in communication
teddy bear you ever saw. It is only when he studies. Meanwhile. he was learning the ropes
opens his mouth that you notice the missing of professional wrestling. Did his parents try to
front teeth. Watson is a three-time world dissuade him? 'No. They were just really
champion wrestler turned author. He was insistent that finished college. I am pretty sure
adored by fans because he was different they thought l'd get hurt and quit wrestling.”
while other wrestlers were supreme athletes, But he didn't.
he was just a hulk who knew how to take a hit.
You could throw as many chairs as you liked He looks remarkably in good condition
at Pete Watson, you could smack him for someone who spent 20 years in the ring.
repeatedly, but he wouldn't go down. His skin is smooth and firm: there are few
visible scars. It's amazing what retirement can
After two autobiographies and a series do for you. I looked really rough five years ago,
of children's stories, he has just written a and now I think I look a good deal younger,”
brilliant first novel: a work of immense power he says. People are surprised by the softness of
and subtlety, likely to gain a wide readership. his handshake. Yeah, that's the wrestler's
At its simplest, it is about a boy and his dad handshake, he says.
getting together after a lifetime apart, though
there is far more to it than that. Was he Do you have to be a good actor to be a
inspired by anyone he knew?The father, he good wrestler? “I used to really resent the
says, is based on guys he met on the road, acting label, but it is acting. When it's really
wrestlers, friends of his, who appeared to be good, when you're feeling it and letting that
leading exciting lives, but deep down were real emotion fly, it comes closer to being real.”
pretty miserable. What did his children think when they saw him
getting hurt? Well, they used to think I never
Watson does not come from traditional got hurt because that's what I told them. When
wrestling stock. He grew up in Long Island, they got old enough to realise I did, they
New York. His father was an athletics director stopped enjoying it. That was, in fact, what led
with a PhD, his mother a physical education to my decision to get out."
teacher with two master's degrees - one in
literature, the other in Russian history. He was Nowadays, his time is dedicated to family
a big boy, bullied for his size. One day his and books - his next novel is about boy
neighbour had a go at him, and for the first wrestlers living on the same block, and he is
time Watson realised he could use his weight also writing more children's stories. He does
and size instead of feeling awkward about it. not think this life is so different from wrestling.
It was a turning point. “Wrestling is all about characters,” he says. "So
when my fans hear that I’ve written a novel, I
don't get the sense that they feel I’ve
abandoned them.”

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19 In paragraph 1, what impression do we get of Pete Watson’s skill as a wrestler?
A He was too gentle and friendly to be a good wrestler.
B He usually lost because he was not very aggressive.
C His speciality was letting his opponent hit him.
D He was injured a lot because he didn’t fight back.

20 In paragraph 2, it is suggested that Watson’s first novel
A Is not much more than a simple story.
B Will not only appeal to his fans.
C Will be popular with those who liked his autobiographies.
D Is based on his own autobiography.

21 In paragraph 3, what does “traditional wrestling stock” in line 20 refer to?
A Watson’s childhood
B Watson’s family background
C Watson’s educational background
D Watson’s background in athletics

22 What did Watson’s parents feel about his interest in wrestling?
A They insisted that he should have proper training at college.
B They wanted him to give up on wrestling.
C They were scared that he would get hurt.
D They thought he would abandon the sport quite soon.

23 Watson seems to be in good condition now
A In spite of being a wrestler for so long.
B And he finds this fact amazing.
C Because he stopped wrestling five years ago.
D Although he has retired.

24 How does Watson regard the idea that wrestling is like acting?
A He thinks wrestler aren’t good actors.
B He doesn’t think wrestling can compared to acting.
C He has come to accept it.
D He resents the suggestion.

25 What does “That” in line 40 refer to?
A The fact that Watson often got hurt.
B The fact that Watson’s children got older.
C The fact that Watson could not tell his children the truth
D The fact that Watson’s children no longer enjoyed watching him perform.

26 Watson’s present life is not so different from his past profession because
A His fans still follow his career with interest.
B His work is still connected with characters.
C His family are still more important than anything else.
D He is writing about wrestling, his previous profession.

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GAPPED TEXT

Testing focuses

 Understand the main points in extended texts on a wide range of familiar topics.
 Understand specific details and information in extended texts on a wide range of familiar

topics.
 Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words from the clues provided by other words and by context

on a wide range of familiar topics and some unfamiliar topics.
 Recognise with little or no support typical features at word, sentence and text levels of a wide

range of genres.
 This part tests candidates understanding of the structure and coherence of a text.

Reading and Use of English : Part 4

Part Task Type Number of Items Task Format

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4 Gapped Text 6 A text (350-450 words) from which 6
sentences have been removed and
placed in jumbled order after the text.
Candidates decide from where in the text
the sentences have been removed.

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 Look at the text to see what it is about. Try to understand the general meaning.
 Skim the paragraphs and look for topic sentences in each paragraph.
 Read the text before and after each gap. Try your best to guess the missing information.
 Go through the gapped text given. Try to find a link between the text and the gapped

sentences.
 The text and gapped sentence will be on the same topic.
 Re-read the whole text to make sure it makes sense before going to the next part.

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Part 4
Questions 27 to 32
You are going to read a newspaper article about juvenile delinquencies. Six sentences have been
removed from the article. Choose from the sentences A to H the one which fits each gap
(27-32). There are two extra sentences which you do not need to use.

Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Juvenile Delinquencies

The number of arrests of juvenile delinquents varies from around 2500 to 3500 each year.

What is troubling is that there is a growing uptick in juvenile delinquencies. 27. . Bus

stations and train stations are not spared. 28. . The next severe crime includes gang

warfare, intimidation and petty robbery, followed by unethical conduct.

What are the potential causes of juvenile delinquency? 29. . Almost all cases

include students whose parents are busy working or who do not track the behaviour of their

children. In short, they're not spending enough time with their children. Of course, they don't

know what their young people are up to when they leave home. Some parents are too lenient

with their children. 30. . Often they don't know where their children go in the evening,

when they should be at home completing or revising their schoolwork. There is no reason for

parents if their children are captured by the police in a surprise raid on video arcades or

shopping complexes.

If parents do not verify the movements of their children, they will invariably find

themselves ending up in a bad company. 31. . By then, it could be a gargantuan

challenge for parents to discipline them. Both the schools and the police can find it difficult to

deal with these spoiled juveniles.

So how are we going to better manage juvenile delinquency? 32. . Parents must

spend more time with their children, particularly when they are young. They should

demonstrate concern for their schoolwork and family outings on weekends. Once they're

disciplined at home, they're not likely to enter a bad company or have problems at school.

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A Because of bad influence, they can E In reality, vandalism is widespread
participate in drug-taking, or engage among juveniles.
in fights between rival groups, or even
robbery

B Of course, the root cause is the F I have a deep feeling that we're expected
house. to nip the issue in the bud, that is,
starting from home.
C Is this a symptom of a deterioration in
social and moral standards in our G Much of the cases involved are vandalism
society? of public buildings and services.

D They're also spoiled by giving them H I assume that juvenile delinquency can be
too much pocket allowance. curbed if both parties take concerted
action to monitor it from being a
societal disease.

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Part 4
Questions 27 to 32
You are going to read a newspaper article about Video Game Films. Six sentences have been
removed from the article. Choose from the sentences A to H the one which fits each gap
(27-32). There are two extra sentences which you do not need to use.

Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Video Game Films

In just a few decades the video game industry has become a lot bigger than the film

business. In terms of turnover what is rather grandly called “interactive entertainment” makes

twice as much money as Hollywood cinema. 27. Is there any way of making films

more appealing to people who play video games?

Making a film out of a best-selling video game can certainly guarantee a large audience.
28. New video games have stunning action sequences that rely on fantasy effects,
and now films are being released with similar scenes. Gravity is discarded as heroes leap
across huge gaps, while slow-motion techniques show bullets moving through the rippling
air.

A major segment of the video game market comprises science-fiction games, and
film-makers have started to realise that they could set films in similar sci-fi future worlds.
However, the difficulty for the producers of Hollywood appears to be knowing where and
when to stop. 29.

There are many examples of successful film video game combinations. Rather than

making a film using characters and stories from a video game, the trick seems to be to make a

film that has a fast-moving action sequence and then bring out a video game based on that

sequence. 30. This clearly creates a new market opportunity for the video game

industry.

31. One reason is technical. Video games can show the action from a number of
perspectives easily, because everything is computer generated. But filming a sequence from
twenty different cameras would cost a fortune, so it simply isn't done in the film version -
leaving the game players feeling that the film didn't look as real as the video game.

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Cameras matter in another sense, too. In a film the director shows you the action from

certain perspectives but makes sure he doesn't show you some things to you in suspense.

Think of your favourite thriller. 32. You wouldn’t be interested in watching the film if

you knew the identity of the murderer, for instance. Suspense and mystery are essential

elements of film-making.

This is not true for video games. When you play a game, you have to do certain tasks to
proceed to the next level Therefore, you must be able to see everything in order to make your
choices, to decide what to do next: which door to open, and so on. You must have access to
all the information. You, as the player, are always in control. In the cinema, you never control
the action. You just sit and watch.

(423 words)

A In films, you are not supposed to have games?
access to all the information.

B People who enjoyed the film will
probably want to buy the video game.

C This usually means that the film has a
good chance of being ascommercially
successful as the video game on
which it is based.

D Any attempt to borrow more thanthe
setting from a video game is probably
doomed.

E success lies in the use of
special effects.

F We go to cinema to let
someone else tell us a story,
knowing we can’t influence
what happens at all.

G Which of course leaves
people in the film business
wondering if they can harvest
any of this new income.

H Why do game players
feel disappointed by films
based on their favourite

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Part 4
Questions 27 to 32
You are going to read a newspaper article about violations price scheme. Six sentences have
been removed from the article. Choose from the sentences A to H the one which fits each gap
(27-32). There are two extra sentences which you do not need to use.

Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Violations Price Scheme

An astonishing 333 cases involving various offences by traders were recorded since the
Festive Season Maximum Price control Scheme (SHMMP) came into effect on May 21, 2019.
27. During these times, the role of the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
Ministry becomes more crucial especially in terms of enforcement and in urging consumers
to spend wisely. The cases were referred from checks from 5,500 premises nationwide in
conjunction with the Aidilfitri, Keamatan and Gawai Celebration.

According to a spokesman, the role of the ministry is to ensure that the situation between
consumers and traders remain cordial. It is undeniable that the objective of traders is to get
profits, but they should not achieve this at the expense of the consumers. Nevertheless the
attitude of some traders who take advantage of the situation has created a bad image of the
retail industry. As such, during festive seasons the ministry will focus on the retail trade to
protect the well-being of consumers. 28.

One of the measures is to manage the price of certain goods by declaring them as controlled
items. The ministry had worked together with the Agriculture and Agro-based Industry
Ministry (MOA) to ensure food supplies were sufficient. Campaigns would be organised to
promote smart consumerism among the public too.

What is more important during the festive season is the attitude of the consumers

themselves, as they are the ones who will decide if the price of any product can be raised or

otherwise. 29. It is to be expected that during festive seasons, the demand for

certain goods will rise and this will lead to price hikes. 30.

Moreover, the public must practise the habit of a wise consumer. Choose quality products at

reasonable prices. Consumers should also think first before buying, and make sure that they

need the product. 31. On the other hand, some retailers do sell their products at

lower prices compared to other outlets. 32.

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A Goods in short supply, price hikes and E Some e-wallets and credit card banks
consumers being cheated; all these offer cash rebate for grocery purchases
issues will inevitably crop up in the and customers may save up to 10% of
media during festive seasons. cashback if they are wise to do
comparison on promotion before
B Do not make decisions based on a buying.
lower price or the prestige of the
brand. F This is because the forces of demand
and supply determine the price.
C Compound totalling RM41,850 were
issued on errant traders, involving G For example, the minister
more than 300 violations are from acknowledged that the hike in red chilli
those who failed to display the pink prices was due to short supply which
price tags. forced traders to import them from
other countries.

D On the other hand, traders will learn H Consumers should shop around and
to be more honest in their dealings compare prices.
with the consumers.

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Part 4
Questions 27 to 32
You are going to read a newspaper article about water supply. Six sentences have been removed
from the article. Choose from the sentences A to H the one which fits each gap (27-32). There
are two extra sentences which you do not need to use.

Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Water Supply

Malaysia has been experiencing a rapid increasing demand for water either for domestic or

industrial use lately. News pop up unexpectedly now and then about water rationing in many

areas such as Penang and Selangor. 27. The Government is greatly concerned with

the conservation and efficient management of the country’s water resources for long-term

sustainable development. Despite abundant rainfall throughout the year, there are times

especially during dry spells especially during the beginning of the year when the dams dry up

and water rationing has to be carried out.

On the flip side, the Northeast monsoon occasionally brings too much rainfall and severe
flood occurs in low-lying areas during the months of November until January. 28.
Many cities like Georgetown and Klang Valley experience flash floods which cause massive
traffic jams.

29. That includes the installation of new water supply treatments plants to treat raw
water before it is supplied to consumers, the replacement of old pipe and water meters and
the reduction of water pilferages as well as the restoration and upgrading of water
distribution systems. Stringent measures to be undertaken include strict enforcement against
water theft, pipe and meter replacements.

30. These are to overcome the anticipated shortage of water supply in Selangor,
W.P. Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, where the demand is highest.

The Federal Constitution was amended in January 2005 to transfer matters related to water

supply services from the State list to the concurrent list. 31. The groundwater

exploration and development programme will also be undertaken to supply water to other

water shortage areas and for irrigation purposes. The use of horizontal wells, underground

dams and groundwater accumulated from paddy fields will be promoted. 32. Who

knows, Malaysia may be able to export water to other countries one day.

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(Adapted from “Compendium of Environment Statistics, Malaysia 2018)

A The amendment enables the Federal E To ensure adequate and sustainable
Government to regulate water supply water supply to meet the increasing
services while ownership and control demand,the government has proposed
of water resources, dams and four new dams to be constructed.
catchment areas remain with the state
government. F It is envisaged that with proper
management and consumption, the
B Water rationing can be defined as water crisis will be a thing of the past.
limiting water use due to concerns on
water supply. G The protection of water resources,
rainwater harvesting and the use of
C Presently, under the 1962 Water water from flood water management
Agreement, Singapore continue to ponds for non-potable purposes, and
draw 250 million gallons of raw water the development of groundwater will be
per day from the Johor River promoted as interim measures.

D In return, Singapore is obliged to H In some unpredictable weather in
provide with a daily supply of treated recent years, monsoon rain may occur
water up to 2% of the water supplied at the Eastern coasts.
to Singapore.

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Part 4
Questions 27 to 32
You are going to read a newspaper article about studying in The United Kingdom. Six sentences
have been removed from the article. Choose from the sentences A to H the one which fits each
gap (27-32). There are two extra sentences which you do not need to use.

Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Studying In The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom continues to be a popular destination for education among Malaysians,

even though there are a few other countries to choose from. 27. . In the words of

British Prime Minister Tony Blair, 'In a world of lifelong learning, British education is a

first-class ticket to life.' 28.

The United Kingdom has already enjoyed a long-standing reputation for high quality

education and its educational institutions are in line with the changing demands and needs of

today. 29. In the UK, there are literally thousands of courses for students to choose

from: there are more than 180 institutions providing higher education, more than 500

providing further education, and more than 600 boarding schools.

However, when you study in the UK, your education goes beyond your campus surroundings.

You get more than just a sound academic education that is fully accredited and globally

recognised. 30. You're going to cherish the exhilarating feeling of spending part of

your life here.

As you mingle with and live among his people, you will be caught up in his mysterious mix of

old and new-a modern lifestyle in the depths of his sense of life. 31. In order to gain

more insight into tertiary education in the United Kingdom, it is advisable for you to attend

our briefings, which will take place on separate days at four venues in Penang, Kuala Lumpur,

Kuching and Kota Kinabalu. 32. .

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A You will learn a rich history and tradition E There are sound explanations for this
with a different lifestyle thatis peculiar faithful follow-up that started as far
to the United Kingdom. back as the days of pre-independence
in Malaysia
B The courses offered include well-
established and conventional courses F This will be an excellent opportunity for
as well as new courses. you to have access to a wealth of
knowledge related to British education

C Your life will also be enriched and G You'll actually be shocked by the
improved when you expand your abundance of knowledge that's readily
perspective and perspective accessible.
throughout your stay in the UK.

D It would be a positive idea if teachers H Indeed, according to the British Council,
were to accompany their children a survey conducted revealed that 7 out
during these sessions. of 10 employers choose to opt for
graduates of British education.

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MATCHING AND INFORMATION TRANSFER

(VARIOUS INPUT TYPES: NOT MORE THAT 370 WORDS)

Testing focuses

 Understand the main points in extended texts on a wide range of familiar topics and some unfamiliar
topics.

 Understand specific details and information in extended texts on a wide range of familiar topics.
 Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words from clues provided by other words and by context on a wide

range of familiar topics and some unfamiliar topics.
 Recognise with little or no support the attitude or opinion of the writer in extended texts on a wide range

of familiar topics.
 The testing focus on specific details.

Reading and Use of English : Part 5

Part Task Type Number of Items Task Format

5 Matching and 8 Various input types with a total word
information transfer count of no more than 370 words. Tasks
could include completion of notes,
diagrams, matching tasks and short
answer questions.

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Part 5
Question 33 to 40
We interviewed six teenagers about what community service means to them. Read the texts
below and answer the questions that follow.

Teens on Community Service

A - RAHMAN, 18 years old
Opportunities to volunteer are everywhere, even right in our own garden. I began with
something that I really passionate and have an interest in - joining a project giving free tuition
to the little children from a few families in my neighbourhood. That experience taught me to
be more compassionate.

B - SIEW LIN, 15 years old
When I was younger, I helped out at a nearby animal shelter. At first, I didn’t know many people
there and wasn’t very enthusiastic. Later, as I got to know that animals and staff members, I
learned how to enjoy my time there. Every now and then, I go over to feed the animals and play
with them. It is very beneficial and I get new experiences doing things that I have never done
before.

C - SANGEETHA, 19 years old
I do to an old folks’ home as a volunteer and spend time with the residents there. Sometimes,
my friends and I go there after school. Listening to the stories about their past experiences has
taught us some useful life lessons. Once in a while, we bring along a guitar to entertain them.

D - AMELIA, 14 years old
Last two years, we had a class project where we had to complete 10 hours of community service.
My class decided to help clean up the zoo compound. Although very tiring, I feel that doing
this type of community service is rewarding and fulfilling.

E - BENJAMIN, 18 years old
For as long as I can remember, I have always been involved in community service - visiting to
children’s homes with my parents to organise parties especially on special occasions. The joy
on the children’s faces never cease to warm our hearts and that’s what keeps us going back.

F - LISA, 16 years old
I wanted to support the local library and therefore I set up a Reading Corner for children on
Sundays. Setting up community projects is very meaningful, no matter how small it may be.
Every little step counts. I hope that one day, my friends will join me.
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Which paragraph (A-F) describes the following experiences of community service?
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Statements Paragraph
33 I did not enjoy the work initially. B

34 I organised my work by myself ….…………….
D
35 I sympathise with the unfortunate in my area.
….…………….
36 I get input to have a better understanding of the A
world.
….…………….
C

….…………….

Question 37 to 40
Complete the notes below using information from the text. Choose no more than one word from the
passage for each answer.
Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

What we know about community service

 To those who are interested in working with animals could help out at a (37) or

zoo. [shelter]

 For senior citizens, it is useful to think of ways to (38) them. [entertain]

 Helping children is also about making them happy; celebrating birthdays by having (39)

is one way to do this. [parties]

 Try not to think too big. Do something that will make the lives of the needy more

(40) and happy. [meaningful]

(Answers are provided to you as a guide : Suggested answers to the Ministry’s format)

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Part 5
Question 33 to 40
We interviewed six teenagers about their interest in buying a book. Read the texts below and
answer the questions that follow.

Teens Who Want To Buy A Book

A - VERONICA, 22 years old
Veronica wants to become a writer herself. She enjoys reading any books that are by famous
authors and are well written. She is very keen on books that make her use her imagination. She
does not prefer books in digital form as she adores possessing physical books with nice covers.

B - LECTER, 24 years old
Lecter is studying economics and he would like to read an exciting story where money plays an
important part. He is currently studying at a local university in the Northern Region of Malaysia.
Besides academic books, he likes stuff filled with thrillers and plenty of action.

C - NORMALLA, 25 years old
Normalla is training to become a teacher. She is going to complete her degree in education
from Universiti Perguruan Sultan Idris, Tanjung Malim. She hopes to teach small children,
especially those illiterate and in rural areas. She wants to understand what it was like to be a
child in different countries in the past.

D - SHARMINI, 20 years old
Sharmini wants a book that will help her to understand life for people who have moved to a
different country. She would prefer fiction, ideally based on the writer’s own experience. English
magazines are her favourite too, especially on social and economic issues.

E - RUBBEN, 18 years old
Rubben doesn’t know much about science, and would like to read a book that makes it easy to
understand. He’s particularly interested in the history of science. Give him any simple-to-
understand books and he will complete them in no time.

F -CHEE BENG, 21 years old
Chee Beng, is an avid reader, especially on books related to literature. Chinese and English
literature are his main strength and he is planning to have a collection of those books in his
house. He also plans to study literature in Singapore.

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Which paragraph (A-F) describes the following interest in buying a book?
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Statements Paragraph
33 I did a lot of research on financial analysis ….…………….
….…………….
before.
34 I like William Shakespeare’s work, especially with

lasting artistic merit.

35 I recently read Sean Connery’s autobiography. ….…………….
36 I adore little kids and the way they develop. ….…………….

Question 37 to 40

Complete the notes below using information from the text. Choose no more than one word
from the passage for each answer.
Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

What We Know About Teens On Books

 To those who are interested in working as a tutor, you need to have a recognition from a

(37) by getting a degree in education.

 For those who like to pen down their imagination, you must first (38)

taking up any books to read.

 If you do not know much about a topic , read books which are easy to (39)

.

 The word to describe a person who is keen and passionate about books, especially in

reading, is (40) .

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Part 5
Question 33 to 40
We interviewed six teenagers about what kind of holiday do they prefer. Read the texts below
and answer the questions that follow.

People who want to go on holiday

A - MAGGIE, 22 years old
I would like a holiday with other people in their twenties. I want to go diving during the day, go
out dancing and to different restaurants every evening. I only have a week free during
December.

B - ALEXIA, 24 years old
Alexia is interested in mountain climbing. I want to sleep in tents and make my own food. I am
able to spend four or five weeks on this holiday. I was a Girl Guide during my school days.

C - JOHAN, 25 years old
I live in the countryside. I hope to spend a few months in a big city, ideally in the home of
somebody who can tell me about life in the city. I don’t mind paying a little and help the owner
to do house chores.

D - LEONG, 20 years old
I want to spend two or three weeks walking in the suburban areas. I like to stay somewhere
new each night, but do not want to carry many heavy luggage. Travelling light will enable me
to go many places over a short period of time.

E - KIM BENG, 18 years old
I prefer to go on holidays with my parents. I am able to take 2 weeks of college break and visit
a place which is outside my country. I would like to explore different towns in the new country,
but my parents would prefer to travel on a cruise and relax on board.

F -SUSAN, 26 years old
Basically, wherever I go, I will definitely look for places with good food. Among the food
paradises in Asia are located in Thailand and Malaysia. I have tried Penang Char Koay Teow,
Selangor Famous Satay and Johor Curry Chicken. My next stop will be the former, “The Land
of Smiles”.

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Question 33 to 36
Which paragraph (A-F) describes the person who want to go on a holiday?
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Statements Paragraph
33 I am rather busy with my work and can be ….…………….

available for a short period of time for holiday.

34 I like to hop around places with minimal ….…………….
belongings.

35 I will participate and go along with someone if ….…………….
one suggests to go abseiling during the ….…………….
holidays.

36 I need to follow proper etiquette being a guest.

Question 37 to 40

Complete the notes below using information from the text. Choose no more than one word
from the passage for each answer.
Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

People On Holiday

 For those who like bungee jumping, you can invite (37) to go on a holiday

with you.

 For senior citizen, they would rather go for a (38) .

 If someone says she wants to go to “The Land of Smiles”, it means that she wants to go to

(39) .
 If a place is a residential area and near the outskirts of a larger city, it is called

(40) .

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Part 5
Question 33 to 40
We interviewed six people about the food they like most in Malaysia. Read the texts below and
answer the questions that follow.

FAVOURITE FOOD

A - MADAM LIM, OCTOGENARIAN
I like to cook and eat curry Kapitan with my family. It was said that a Dutch ship captain had
asked his Indonesia cook for that evening dinner menu and the cook replied “Curry Kapitan”.
The spicy hot dish has been dubbed “Curry Kapitan” ever since. It is a favourite dish with chicken
cooked with onions, chillies, yellow ginger, sugar, coconut oil and a mixture of spices.

B - UNCLE SAM, SEXAGENARIAN
I am 67 years old now. I cannot take oily food. However, I am still able to eat my favourite spring
roll. It is filled with crab meat, prawns, cabbage, turnip and carrots. It is deep fried to a crispy
roll and served with chilli sauce.

C - PAK HASSAN, QUINQUAGENARIAN
I like satay because it is mouth-watering when it is placed over a charcoal fire. Satay is either
beef or chicken in skewers which are made of stems of coconut leaves. Served with a kind of
sauce made from peanuts and other spices, it is usually taken with rice cake, slices ofcucumber
and onions.

D - PUAN SAROJA, SEPTUAGENARIAN
My favourite is definitely murtabak, an indian-style pizza filled with minced mutton, onions and
eggs. It is fried over a hot metal place and is eaten with dhal curry or other hot curries
depending on your preference. My husband cooks the best murtabak.

E - MS CHONG, NONAGENARIAN
I barely have anymore teeth but I am still able to eat char koay teow with my dentures. Very
popular among the locals, this is a fried dish of white noodles with bean sauce and chilli. The
ingredients includes cockles, shrimps, dried soya bean cakes and bean sprouts.

F -BROTHER JOHN, QUADRAGENARIAN
My favourite food is Hainanese Chicken Rice, which is cooked in chicken stock and served with
roasted chicken. The dish is garnished with spring onions and cucumber slices.

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Which paragraph (A-F) describes the following favourite food for those interviewed?
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Statements Paragraph
33 I am the oldest among the six who were ….…………….
….…………….
interviewed. ….…………….
34 My spouse knows how to cook. ….…………….

35 I must take care of my intake, especially fatty food.

36 I get to prepare the dish every time there is a feast.

Question 37 to 40

Complete the notes below using information from the text. Choose no more than one word from
the passage for each answer.
Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

What We Know About People’s Favourite Food

 For chefs, many like to (37) the food with condiments such as spring onions

and slice chilli.

 To make a dish, we need to know what to buy, especially the (38) .

 My friend from England does not eat “Curry Kapitan” because it is a (39) dish.

 My (40) to eat murtabak is with dhal curry.

AGE GROUP TERM
More than 100 Centenarian
90 -99 Nonagenarian
80 - 89 Octogenarian
70 - 79 Septuagenarian
60 - 69 Sexagenarian
50 - 59 Quinquagenarian
40 - 49 Quadragenarian

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Part 5
Question 33 to 40
We interviewed six people who want to further their studies in different courses. Read the texts
below and answer the questions that follow.

People On Different Course

A - HENRY, 25 years old
Henry studies economics at university but has decided take elective papers on finance because
finance is an important aspect for any business or organisation. Normally, professionals in this
area are constantly in high demand.

B - LINDA, 23 years old
Linda works in a fashionable clothes shop and would like to become a manager in the future,
but she needs to improve her ability to use computers. There are many choices for her to choose
and she has to be careful in her choice in order to help her achieve her dreams.

C - CHRISTINE, 26 years old
Christine doesn’t have a job at the moment, but she would like to work in a sports centre,
perhaps as a coach to a team. She is keen on keeping fit and swims every day. She has won
several awards in sports during her tenure in school.

D - TAN SZE CHUAN, 25 years old
Tan Sze Chuan wants to learn more about business so that he can run his own shop one day.
He is studying languages at university and has a part-time job as an assistant in a sports shop.
He has enrolled an online marketing course in a university from Australia. He hopes to sell sport
equipment online one day.

E - LISA, 22 years old
Lisa is interested in style and fashion, particularly fashion design. Her current job is in a music
shop, where she works every evening. She is worried that fashion is a challenging industry but
she wants to persevere. Registration with Saito University College could only be the beginning.

F -KAREN, 21 years old
Karen wants to become a successful psychologist. She hopes that she could help more people
who are distress either from the aspect of emotion or financial problems. However, she needs
a loan to complete her studies as her parents could not afford it. A good psychology degree
does not come cheap.

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Question 33 to 36
Which paragraph (A-F) describes the following people based on their interest in the course?
Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Statements Paragraph
33 I do not want to burden my family with the cost of ….…………….
….…………….
my studies. ….…………….
34 I will get a job easier with my new course. ….…………….

35 I like to brush up my knowledge in Powerpoint
and Excel to manage my work better.

36 My physical condition is rather good and active.

Question 37 to 40
Complete the notes below using information from the text. Choose no more than one word from the
passage for each answer.
Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

What We Know About People On Training Course

 For those who want to chase after their dreams, they should (37) .

 In order for someone to be able to run a business well, he needs to know how to do (38)

, which is to sell the products.

 If someone has mental problem, one should look for a (39) .

 Try not to worry about your future now. We know that time is (40) .

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Part 5
Question 33 to 40
We interviewed six people about different culinary pleasures in a 5-star hotel. Read the texts
below and answer the questions that follow.

People’s Choice On Different Culinary Pleasure

A -RITA AND CHARLES, MARRIED COUPLE, MID 30s
Rita and Charles are a romantic couple. They adore dancing after a candlelight dinner for their
anniversary. The Lobby Lounge will be an ideal rendezvous for a cosy chat or after dinner drinks.
The resident band provides soothing numbers perfect for the mood. Settle for a coffeeor let
the bar surprise you with one of their delightful, delicious cocktail concoctions.

B - CHARLOTTE AND JAMES, LATE 20s
Charlie and Charles are nature lovers, and they will definitely pick Coffee Garden as their
culinary pleasure. They can enjoy a casual buffet breakfast or savour a wide selection of local
and international fare throughout the day in this partially open-air coffee shop, decorated
with bamboo pillars and rattan blinds that blend with the sun drenched, lust green
surroundings.

C - ROB AND ROSS, EARLY 20s
Rob and Ross relish Shang Court which is discreetly tucked away in the Garden Wing. This fine
restaurant provides as sophisticated ambience for Cantonese cuisine. Savour tantalising
Cantonese and Szechuan specialities in the theme buffets every weekend.

D -PAUL AND PHYLLIS, EARLY 40s
Paul and Phyllis have no particular preference earlier but after they enjoyed their first
experience at Waka Restaurant. They actually hope for more. The master chefs prepare visually
exciting dishes that entice more than just the tastebuds. Marvel at the showmanshipof their
Teppanyaki Chef or take your freshest sashimi in private dining rooms.

E -FRED AND LILIAN, LATE 60s
Fred and Lilian savour fine dining at the Feringgi Grill because it is in a class of its own. An
excellent selection of wines is available to complement the Grill’s unrivalled creations of
contemporary and traditional continental cuisine.

F -MONISHE, SPINSTER, MID 50s
Monishe is a wealthy unmarried woman who inherits large amount of money from her parents.
She likes to spend at the Pool Bar which is set against the tropical garden. It is an oasis for your
favourite snacks while soaking up the sun or splashing in the pool.

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Question 33 to 36
Which paragraph (A-F) describes the following experiences of people’s choice on culinary
pleasure?
Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

Statements Paragraph
33 They did like the music played by the live ….…………….
….…………….
musicians in the restaurant. ….…………….
34 They enjoy Chinese food with a similar ….…………….

restaurant setting.
35 A place similar to a fertile spot in a desert with

trees, perfect for relaxation.
36 They get a mixed of sumptuous cuisine with lush

surroundings.

Question 37 to 40
Complete the notes below using information from the text. Choose no more than one word
from the passage for each answer.
Mark your answers on the separate answer sheet.

What We Know About People’s Choice on Culinary Pleasure

 To those who don’t mind on particulars, they will be blown away with the (37)

who prepare the meals.

 If someone wants to have European style food, the (38) cuisine is the right

choice.

 The word (39) means “a meeting at an agreed time and place”.

 One of the Japanese cook’s specialties is (40) which will make you drool with

their skills in preparing the food.

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