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Praktis Topikal PT3 English Form 3

Praktis Topikal PT3 English Form 3

Keywords: Praktis Topikal PT3 English Form 3

TOPIKALPenerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd

English (CEFR)


PT3 Format ii Unit 7
Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd Real-life Experiences
Unit 1 TEXTBOOK 1–6 TEXTBOOK 37 – 42
Family is Important Unit 8 TEXTBOOK 43 – 48
TEXTBOOK 7 – 12 Free Time
Unit 2 TEXTBOOK 49 – 54
Delicious Food TEXTBOOK 13 – 18 Unit 9 TEXTBOOK 55 – 62
Technological TEXTBOOK 63 – 68
Unit 3 TEXTBOOK 19 – 24 Breakthrough
Nature and Us 69 – 78
TEXTBOOK 25 – 30 Unit 10 A1 – A8
Unit 4 World of Entertainment
Unique Connections TEXTBOOK 31 – 36
Unit 11
Unit 5 Valuable Lessons
Home Sweet Home
Unit 6
Becoming the Fittest Answers

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• End-of-Year Test
(Paper 3 & Paper 4)

• Answers
• Listening Texts

Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd. (732516-M)
No. 18, Jalan PJS 5/26, Taman Desaria,
46150 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.

Tel: 03-7783 3233, 7783 5233 Fax: 03-7783 7233
E-mail: [email protected]


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Typesetter: Tan Lee Choo
Text set in Utopia Std 10/12 points

Printed in Malaysia by oleh Herald Printers Sdn. Bhd.

PT3 Format

Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd Bahasa Inggeris

(12/1) (12/2) (12/3) (12/4)

Pemahaman Penulisan Oral Oral
(Reading and (Writing) (Speaking) (Listening)
Use of English)

Parts: Parts: Parts: Parts:
1–5 1&2 1–3 1–5

Total no. of Total no. of Total no. of Total no. of
questions: questions: questions: questions:
40 questions 2 questions 4 questions 25 questions

Time allocation: Time allocation: Time allocation: Time allocation:
1 hour 15 minutes 1 hour 11 minutes 35 minutes

Total marks: Total marks: Total marks: Total marks:
40 marks 40 marks 20 marks 25 marks

UNIT Theme: People and Culture

1 Family is Important


Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. BhdPaper 1 – Reading and Use of English
Part 1 – Short Texts

Read the texts carefully in each question. Choose the best answer A, B or C.

Be there for your family! Hi Sis,

• Learn how to console your family members Could you explain this math problem to
when they are grieving. me? I do not know how to solve it. In fact,
when Mrs Sophia was teaching me just
• Learn to speak each other’s love language. now, I could not make head or tail of what
she was saying.
This talk is specially for those who are
interested to strengthen family bonds and Alicia
build a happy and joyful family.

1 The Agape Community Club is 3 Alicia is texting her sister to
A organising a talk. A ask for her help.
B speaking each other’s love language. B explain the math problem.
C inviting families to share their family C complain about the teacher.
Mum’s Kitchen
FAMILY FUN FAIR Specially for those who are craving

Don’t When: 1 May – 31 May for traditional Malay cuisines!
miss it! Where: Yellowstone Park
 Face painting  Performances
 Talent show  Photo booth  Games Customers who dine in between 12 noon and
3.00 p.m. get to enjoy a FREE dessert of their
Come and join in the fun! choice.

Entrance fee: RM5 per person Don’t miss this FANTASTIC deal!
5% off if you bring along 3 friends with you.  Dine-in  Take Away  Delivery

We are open from 10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. 4 Mum’s Kitchen is
every day! A only open for lunch.
B giving a discount for dine-in customers
2 The advertisement says that only.
A the fun fair is open for ten hours daily. C offering free dessert for those who dine in
B the fun fair is promoting its new activities. between 12 noon and 3.00 p.m.
C those who bring three people with them
enjoy a lower entrance fee.


Family RulesPenerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd To: [email protected]

• Listen to your parents. From: [email protected]
• Use kind words.
• Speak with love. Subject: Ping-pong Practice
• Say ‘Please’ and ‘Thank You’.
• Forgive and forget. Hi Reena,
• Always tell the truth.
Sorry to inform you that the ping-pong practice
5 The sign is to has been postponed to next week because
A tell the parents about family rules. our coach, Encik Halim, is feeling under the
B remind the guests that this family has weather. It will be held next Wednesday at
rules. 2.30 p.m.
C inform the children about acceptable
and unacceptable behaviour. See you!

Jared, Henna
The clock in 2 Dahlia has stopped working.
I’ve changed the batteries but it has not 7 Henna is writing to Reena to
been helpful. Could you fix it by tomorrow? A express her sympathy to Encik Halim.
That room will be used as an exam room B tell her that the ping-pong practice has
next week. Thank you. been cancelled.
C inform her that the ping-pong practice
Natalie has been rescheduled.

6 Natalie wants Jared to To: [email protected]
A repair the clock in 2 Dahlia.
B buy new batteries for the clock. From: [email protected]
C know that 2 Dahlia will be used as an
exam room. Subject: Dental Appointment

Dear Mr Lee,

Your dental appointment with Dr Stefanie
is on Thursday at 9.30 a.m. If you would
like to reschedule, please call Miss Bailey at
03-4556543 during office hours before Tuesday.

Tan and Wong Dental Clinic

8 Tan and Wong Dental Clinic sends this email
A inform Mr Lee about Dr Stefanie.
B remind Mr Lee about his appointment.
C explain why Mr Lee should reschedule
his appointment.


Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd Part 3 – Information Transfer
Read the text below and answer questions 1 to 8.

Ways to Motivate Children at Home
The relationship between parents and children is crucial. At present, the COVID-19 pandemic
has caused strains in some families due to stress from various factors. Here are some ways to
help rebuild that trust and strengthen the relationship between parents and children.
Firstly, when children participate in creating guidelines and schedules, they are more likely to
believe the guidelines are important, accept them and follow them. To involve children, parents
can set up a family meeting. At the meeting, parents can discuss the schedule and ask children
for their input on decisions like what time everyone should be out of bed and dressed, when
breaks from schoolwork would work best and where each family member should be during
study time.
Besides that, parents can present some chores around the house, and children can choose
which they prefer. For example, they can also pick when or how they complete them. Apart from
that, children will be more open to hearing about what they need to do if they feel that their own
perspectives are understood.
When things aren’t working out, parents can try engaging in joint problem-solving with their
children, which means employing empathy, identifying the issue and finding ways to resolve it.
When parents provide reasons for why they are asking for something, children can
understand the importance of acting in particular ways. Reasons will be most effective when
they are meaningful to the children in terms of the children’s own goals. For example, a parent
can say that dividing family chores will help everyone have more time for fun activities after



Questions 1 to 8
Complete the following table.
Choose no more than three words and/or a number from the text for each answer. For each question,
write your answer in the space provided.

Ways to Motivate Children at Home
Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd
Have a family meeting 1 Discuss the .
2 Ask children to give on certain decisions.

Present chores for children 3 Children get to the chores.

Listen to their perspective 4 Children will be more
what needs to be done.

Solve problems together 5 .

the issues.

to resolve them.

Provide reasons for rules 8 Children can the importance of adhering to


Paper 2 – Writing

Part 1 – Short Communicative Message

Read the email from your friend, Anna.


My family and I are planning to go on an outing next weekend.
Should we go to Sunway Lagoon, Lost World of Tambun or LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort – or
perhaps somewhere else?
Where should we go?
Looking forward to your reply.

Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd
In about 80 words, write an email to Anna giving some advice. PT3 CLONE

To: [email protected]


Paper 3 – Speaking

Part 1 – General Questions

Answer the questions.
Phase 1

Main questions
May I know your name, please?
Thank you.

And what’s your name, please?
Thank you.

Where do you live? Is it far from here?

Do you like coming to school?
Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd Back-up prompts
Should I call you …?

Do you enjoy school?

Phase 2

Main questions Back-up prompts (if required)
What do you do after school? Do you do your homework after school?
What is your favourite pastime? What do you enjoy doing?
Tell me about your family. How many siblings do you have?
What is the one place you dream of going? Where is your favourite place?
Describe your favourite food. What do you like to eat the most?
What is your favourite movie? Why? Do you watch any movies?
What do you usually do at weekends? Do you go anywhere on Saturdays?
What is your ambition? What do you want to be when you grow up?

Part 2 – Individual Prompt-card Story (Story telling)
Study the pictures carefully. Tell the story in the pictures.


UNIT Theme: People and Culture
2 Delicious Food

Paper 1 – Reading and Use of English
Part 2 – Error Correction

Read the text below and correct the underlined errors.
For each question, write the correct word in the space provided.
Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd
History of Chocolate

The history of chocolate can be (0) trace to the ancient Mayans, and even earlier to the
ancient Olmecs of southern Mexico. Chocolate is (1) make from the fruit of cacao trees, which
are native to Central and South America. The fruits (2) is called pods and each pod contains
around 40 cacao beans. It’s unclear exactly when cacao came on the scene or who invented it.
The cacao beans are (3) drying and roasted to create cocoa beans. The Aztecs took chocolate
admiration to another level. They believed cacao was given to them (4) with their gods. Like the
Mayans, they enjoyed (5) a caffeinated kick of hot or cold, spiced chocolate beverages. They also
used cacao beans as currency to buy food and other goods. In Aztec culture, cacao beans (6) are
considered more valuable than gold. Aztec chocolate was (7) most an upper-class extravagance,
although the lower class (8) enjoy it occasionally at weddings or other celebrations.


0 traced
1 of
2 give
3 in
4 needs
5 increase
6 loss
7 areas
8 ensure


Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd Part 4 – Short Answer
Read the text below and answer questions 1 to 10.

April Partridge
April lives with her mother Nina and stepfather Nigel, both caterers. April works full-time
as a chef assistant at the Ivy in London’s West End while studying for a Professional Chef
Scholarship from Westminster Kingsway College.
“When I was 14, the only thing I made myself was spaghetti hoops on toast. But at 15, I did
two weeks’ work experience at the Reform Club in Pall Mall, making shepherd’s pies.” Positive
feedback from the club prompted her school to enter April for the RotaryYoung Chef competition,
and she was in the top four in the national final. “I made a rhubarb assiette consisting of a mini
rhubarb crumble tartlet, a vanilla panna cotta with rhubarb, and poached rhubarb sticks, and a
judge said it was ‘Michelin Star standard’. It made all the countless practices worthwhile.”
Then, talent-spotting Gary Lee – senior head chef at the Ivy – offered her a Saturday job. Her
very first day, she plated up a squash salad, then learned it was for Anthony Hopkins.
At 17, she quit school to train as an Ivy chef assistant. “I was quite shy, but now I’m one of
the lads,” she says. “I’d probably do this job without pay. It made me confident socially, although
I don’t have much social life. When I do go to a party, I have a blast, but then I’ll ask Mum: ‘Will
you pick me up at 11.30? I’m working with knives tomorrow’ and I have toast and go to bed.”
“She’s more methodical, artistic, hardworking and consistent than some boys with 10 years’
experience,” says Gary Lee. “She might be better than me.”
While Gary is April’s mentor, Heston Blumenthal is her hero: “The way he takes food to a
completely new level takes my breath away.”
Apart from junk food, what food wouldn’t April eat? “Nothing – I’d try anything, except
horses, cats and dogs. I’ve opened up to offal, squid and other things with faces.”
Asked her favourite place to eat out in Chingford, April replies: “My parents make such good
food, why would I want to go out to eat? Anyway, at the Ivy, I get breakfast at morning briefing,
lunch at 11 a.m. and dinner at 4.30.”



Questions 1 to 8
Answer the questions below.
Choose no more than three words and/or a number from the text for each answer. For each question,
write your answer in the space provided.

1 April lives with her parents who are .

Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd2 When she was 14, she only knew how to make spaghetti hoops on toast but a year later, she spent

two weeks making .

3 The first dish that April made at the Ivy was .

4 After being trained as , she no longer feels shy
and it has made her confident socially.

5 April always asks her mother to fetch after .

6 Gary praised April for being and consistent

compared to some other boys whose experience are probably longer than hers.

7 April’s hero is .

8 April takes her meals when she goes to school.

Questions 9 and 10 Word
Complete the table below with a word from the text. heavy
For each question, write your answer in the space provided. stationary


9 encouraged

10 acting in the same way over time


Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd Part 5 – Gapped Text

You are going to read an article about desserts. Six sentences have been removed from the article. Choose
from the sentences (A – H) to fit each gap (1 – 6). There are two extra sentences which you do not need to
For each question, write the correct answer (A – H) in the space provided.

History of Desserts

The word “dessert” emerged in the 17th century. It is derived from the French verb
“desservir,” which means “to clear the table” in English.

Desserts in history, such as in the Middle Ages, revolved more around fruity sweet foods such
as jellies and wafers mixed with exotic fruits, nuts and butter. 1 C The next few reported
desserts include apple pies in 1381 and gingerbread in the 1400s.

Up until the 17th century, desserts were meshed together with savoury dishes and were used
as nothing more than palate cleansers. 2 C This spread in popularity of desserts is owed
to the vast sugar plantations in the New World that allowed sugar costs to go down. 3 C

The 17th century also saw the move of having desserts solely reserved for the end of meals
as opposed to having several small dessert courses as palate cleansers throughout. 4 C
Then, the industrial revolution brought forward the mass production of sweet foods such as

Now, you can see that desserts are not just sweet foods that are eaten after a meal but they
are a kind of snack if you would like them to be. 5 C

We can see the evolution of desserts over the years. They have created ice creams and
chocolates as part of desserts. Most importantly, they are enjoyed not just by the young people
but also the adults and the elderly. 6 C No wonder people love to eat ice cream after a
break up.

Adapted from:

A With reduced sugar prices, sugar could be used abundantly for sweet foods instead of being
relegated to a rare flavouring.

B Custards eventually evolved into sweet puddings in the 19th century.
C Indeed, the custard is known to be one of the first desserts ever eaten in the Middle Ages.
D However, the 17th century saw the advent of dessert cookbooks.
E There are cafes open dedicated to only serving desserts.
F It is so popular nowadays and even the adults are enjoying it.
G Everybody loves desserts.
H Desserts also help to release stress and make people happy.


Paper 2 – Writing

Part 2 – Note Expansion

You recently went to a new restaurant and you were extremely satisfied with your meal.
In about 120 words, write a review of the restaurant for your school magazine.
You may use the notes below to help you. HOTS Creating

Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. BhdWould you Name of Location of
recommend restaurant restaurant

the Restaurant Describe the
restaurant? restaurant
Quality of the meal
service you had

Write your review.


Paper 4 – Listening QR Code: Audio
Scan the QR code to
Part 2 – Matching (Sequencing) listen to the text.

You will listen to Sophia sharing a honey balsamic chicken recipe. For
questions 1 to 5, complete the notes with options A – G. You only need to
write the letter.

How to Make Honey Balsamic Chicken

Step 1
Prepare the ingredients.
Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd
Step 2 Steps:
A Pour the whisked mixture
Step 3 into the bag.
B Coat the sliced potatoes
Step 4 and tomatoes with olive
3 oil.

Step 5 C Whisk the salt, pepper,
Preheat the oven. balsamic vinegar and
Step 6
4 D Garnish with parsley.

Step 7 E Put the chicken into a
5 ziplock bag.

Step 8 F Slice the potatoes and
Put the sliced potatoes and tomatoes on the tray. tomatoes.

G Heat the oven after
slicing the potatoes and

Step 9
Put the marinated chicken pieces on the

potatoes and tomatoes.

Step 10
Bake the chicken.


End-of-Year Test

Reading and Use of English
Paper 1

[Time: 1 hour 15 minutes]
Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd
Part 1

Questions 1 to 8
Read the text carefully in each question. Choose the best answer A, B or C.

To: [email protected] Interested in Playing the Piano?

From: [email protected] Now is your chance to learn playing the
piano in just SIX weeks!
Subject: Gathering
Classes start on
Hi Andrew, 21 July 20__

Sorry that I left early yesterday as I was feeling 10.00 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.
under the weather. I do not want you to think from
that I bailed out on you or that the gathering
was boring. It was a shame that all of a sudden, Monday – Friday
my head felt heavy and I needed to rest. I hope
to make it up to you one of these days. Let me To register, please call Miss Dorothy at
know when you are free. Take care. 011-2343452.

Tammy For enquiries, please visit our website at
1 Tammy is
A apologising to Andrew for not turning up 3 This advertisement says that
at the gathering. A classes will be held on weekdays.
B explaining to Andrew that she did not like B the piano lessons are for children only.
the gathering. C people will become an expert in playing
C telling Andrew that she wants to go out the piano in six weeks.
with him again.

Hi Hailey, Hi Susan,

How are you doing? I would like to Mum needs help with feeding the dogs
inform you that there is a cafe downtown at home because she will be away on a
which has opened recently. I was wondering retreat for a week. I will not be around as
if you would be interested to have lunch well as I have a conference to attend in the
with me. Let me know. same week. Could you lend a hand?

Tasya Betsie

2 Tasya wrote the note to 4 Betsie is asking Susan
A invite Hailey to visit the new cafe. A about the retreat.
B ask Hailey if she knows about the cafe. B to help feed their dogs.
C persuade Hailey to have lunch with her. C to go for the conference.


LAGUNA THEME PARKPenerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd To: [email protected]
From: [email protected]
This newly-opened theme park in the Subject: Doctor’s Appointment
middle of the city is a family-friendly park Dear Sir/Madam,
as there are all sorts of rides for people of I would like to make an appointment to see
all ages. No one will be left behind when Dr Ng on Thursday morning. One of the
they visit the Laguna Theme Park. We brackets of my braces is broken and I feel very
have the most thrilling roller-coaster ride uncomfortable. It has cut my lips several times.
in Southeast Asia as well as the coolest Thank you.
roller-coaster ride, all in the same vicinity.
Children are entitled to a 15% discount! So, Regards,
what are you waiting for? Visit us to scream Tai Fen
your head off or just cruise along on some
of the gentle rides. 7 Tai Fen wrote the email because she wants to
A stop wearing braces.
5 Laguna Theme Park is B stop her gums from bleeding.
PT3 A located in the city. C make an appointment with Dr Ng.


B only suitable for families. HURRY!
C giving a 15% discount to all patrons. Offer ends
30 November
Theresa Cooks Restaurant

Tea Time

You are entitled to a free dessert if you Don’t miss this golden opportunity to learn
spend RM30 and above on about its history and stroll along the old
Takeaway Orders. streets of Melaka to explore the city.

Only from 3.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. We are having a year-end promotion!
every Wednesday. Book now and you will get a 30% discount

6 Based on the advertisement, which of the for second person.
following statements is true?
A Theresa Cooks Restaurant only sells 8 The purpose of this promotion is to
desserts. A encourage people to travel.
B The promotion is only valid for two hours B force people to travel in pairs.
on Wednesdays. C enable people to learn history.
C If you spend RM30 on a takeaway order,
you can buy your favourite dessert. [8 marks]


Paper 2
[Time: 1 hour]

Part 1
Read the email from your English-speaking friend, Helena.


How are you? I hope you are doing well. The COVID-19 pandemic in my country is making me
anxious and worried. How do you protect yourself from contracting COVID-19?

Hope to hear from you soon. Stay healthy and safe.

Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd
In about 80 words, write an email to Helena giving some advice. PT3 CLONE

To: [email protected]



Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. BhdUNIT 1 Family is Important Part 2 – Individual Prompt-card Story
Paper 1 – Reading and Use of English (Storytelling)

Part 1 – Short Texts 3A Suggested response:
6A The pictures show a boy going on a holiday to Japan
1A 2C with his family. In the first picture, the boy and his
4C 5C family are packing their luggage bags before their trip.
7C 8B Everyone is looking excited and happy. They are going
to stay in Japan for four days and three nights. The boy
Part 3 – Information Transfer and his family board a taxi to go to the airport. It is
1 schedule the boy’s first time flying in an aeroplane. He is over
2 their input the moon. After a few hours, the boy and his family
3 choose arrive in Japan. They check into a hotel in the city. It
4 open to hearing is a beautiful hotel. After resting for some time, the
5 Employing empathy boy and his family board the bullet train to visit a few
6 Identifying places in Japan. They also visit several famous tourist
7 Finding ways attractions in Japan such as temples and palaces. The
8 understand boy and his family enjoy themselves during their trip.

Paper 2 – Writing UNIT 2 Delicious Food

Part 1 – Short Communicative Message Paper 1 – Reading and Use of English

Sample answer: Part 2 – Error Correction

To: [email protected] 1 made
2 are
From: [email protected] 3 dried
4 by
Hi Anna, 5 the
How are you? In my opinion, you should visit 6 were
LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort. You can stay at 7 mostly
LEGOLAND Hotel during your visit. There are 8 enjoyed
many activities to do at the resort. You can visit the
theme park and go on all the fun rides. The SEA LIFE Part 4 – Short Answer
aquarium enables you to watch marine animals up-
close. You will have a whale of a time there with your 1 caterers
family! 2 shepherd’s pies
3 a squash salad
Let me know where you decide to go. 4 a chef assistant
5 a party
Take care. 6 methodical, artistic, hardworking
7 Heston Blumenthal
Regards, 8 at the Ivy
Susan 9 prompted
10 consistent
Paper 3 – Speaking

Part 1 – General Questions

(Accept all suitable answers.)

A1 Praktis Topikal PT3 English (CEFR) Form 3 - Answers

Part 5 – Gapped Text 3A Paper 2 – Writing
1C 2D 6H
4B 5E Part 1 – Short Communicative Message

Paper 2 – Writing Sample answer:

Part 2 – Note Expansion To: [email protected]

Authentic Korean Food From: [email protected]

Are you tired of the same old food that you’ve been Hi Suzy,
eating? Why not head on to Mr Kimchi Restaurant It’s so nice to hear from you. I suggest that you write
along Telawi Street? I’m sure you can guess the type of about reducing the usage of electrical appliances
food they serve from the name of the restaurant. to conserve energy. A simple way to do this is by
switching off all the lights and appliances when
The interior of the restaurant is modern and not in use. You can keep plants at home to keep
tastefully decorated. I ordered a bowl of kimchi fried the surroundings cool. Use natural light whenever
rice for myself. It was scrumptious and the best kimchi possible and wash your clothes in the washing
fried rice that I have tasted thus far. machine only when there is a full load.
Best of luck on your project.
On top of that, I must commend on the service as
well. From the moment I stepped into the restaurant, I Bye!
was treated like a king. Overall, it was a pleasant dining
experience. I highly recommend this restaurant to Rahima
everyone. Why don’t you go and try it yourself?
Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd
Paper 4 – Listening Paper 3 – Speaking

Part 2 – Matching (Sequencing) Part 3 – Discussion Task
1C 2E 3A
4F 5B Suggested points:
In the countryside: less noisy – enjoy the serenity and
UNIT 3 Nature and Us quiet of the countryside – far from home
Paper 1 – Reading and Use of English On the beach: fun in the sun – can swim in the sea –
enjoy watersport activities
Part 1 – Short Texts 3B In the city: enjoyable but crowded – packed with
6B people – closer to home
1B 2A In the zoo: awesome – visit the zoo at the same time –
4C 5B unpleasant smell from animals
7A 8C In the forest: a different experience – would feel like
camping trip instead – get attacked by leeches and
Part 3 – Information Transfer mosquitoes
By the lake: quiet and serene – can go jogging or
1 Air pollution cycling – some lakes come with picnic tables – can get
2 Water pollution crowded on weekends
3 Land pollution
4 Global warming UNIT 4 Unique Connections
5 Industrial development Paper 1 – Reading and Use of English
6 Take public transport
7 Recycling Part 2 – Error Correction
8 Carpool
1 curiosity
2 was
3 quickly
4 placed
5 reaching
6 fed

 Penerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd. (732516-M) 2022 A2

7 his 3 Thirty/ 30 minutes
8 the 4 An animal show
5 (The) zookeeper(s)

Part 4 – Short Answer UNIT 5 Home Sweet Home
Paper 1 – Reading and Use of English
1 pet dogPenerbit Ilmu Bakti Sdn. Bhd
2 agriculture department Part 1 – Short Texts 3B
3 a cerebral hemorrhage 6C
4 the Shibuya Station 1C 2C
5 the former gardener 4C 5B
6 learned the history 7C 8B
7 treats and food
8 11/ eleven Part 3 – Information Transfer
9 greeted 1 (The) location
10 terminal 2 (The) price
3 (your) favourite shops
Part 5 – Gapped Text 3A 4 hustle and bustle
1D 2G 6H 5 Ample space
4E 5B 6 High-rise buildings
7 Landed property
Paper 2 – Writing 8 Dependent on buyer’s

Part 2 – Note Expansion Paper 2 – Writing

Sample answer: Part 1 – Short Communicative Message
Sample answer:
Animals must be treated with love and respect. There
are several ways we can adopt in order to treat animals To: [email protected]
From: [email protected]
Firstly, if we see baby animals, we should not pick
them up. For certain animals, when they smell foreign Hi Susan,
odour on their young, they would stop caring for them. That’s great news. In my opinion, you should buy
an apartment. First of all, living in an apartment is
Secondly, avoid using animal traps. Animal traps safer than in a house as apartments come with 24/7
are inhumane and they cause animals to be in pain. CCTV coverage. In addition, apartments are usually
located nearby schools, public transportation and
Apart from that, whenever we see any strays, we grocery stores. It will be more convenient for you.
should feed them. They live on scraps and sometimes Lastly, apartments are cheaper than houses. If you
could go hungry for days without food. are on a low budget, you will find apartments to be
more affordable.
Last but not least, please make sure that you are Let me know what you decide.
committed in taking care of animals. It is cruel to get a Bye!
pet but not look after it well. Sally

Paper 4 – Listening Paper 3 – Speaking

Part 3 – 3-option MCQ (with text) Part 1 – General Questions
1A 2C 3A (Accept all suitable answers.)
4C 5A

Part 4 – Note Completion (Monologue)

1 Monday(s)
2 A soft toy

A3 Praktis Topikal PT3 English (CEFR) Form 3 - Answers

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