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English Form 2 Book A

English Form 2 Book A

BONUS! Teacher's Resource

Exercise 1

Use only the letters in the word wheel to form new words. You have to ensure that none should be plural or
proper nouns. The time limit is 10 minutes.
Each word must be of three letters or more, and all must contain the key letter in the centre. Each letter can
only be used once in every word.
1 EE N 2 FI T 3 MH S


Underline the correct word from the bracket to complete the following proverb.

1 Every ( cloud , star , moon ) has a silver lining.
2 Barking dogs seldom ( howl , fight , bite ).
3 Fire is a good ( worker , friend , servant ) but a bad ( foe , master , follower ).
4 All that glitters is not ( gold , silver , diamond ).
5 A bird in the hand is worth two in the ( nest , bush , tree ).
6 Prevention is better than ( treatment , care , cure ).
7 One man’s meat is another man’s ( food , poison , flesh ).
8 When in Rome, do as the Romans ( do , practise , preach ).
9 People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw ( stones , sticks , snowballs ).
10 Charity begins at ( school , home , work ).

Exercise 3

How do these animals make their sounds?

1 A horse 7 A snake
2 An elephant 8 An owl
3 A tiger 9 A donkey
4 A goat 10 A cock
5 A rat 11 A bird
6 A hen 12 A frog

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Grammar Bites


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(a) Indefinite Articles
(i) A and an are used to refer to any thing or person or place which is not specified.
(ii) A is used before a countable noun beginning with a consonant.
e.g. a cook, a table, a good boy, a clever girl, a computer, a fish, a sad story, a comedy show, a
Japanese lady, a Malaysian, a brother, a telephone call, a hospital, a one-way street, a coin, a
toothbrush, a bank, a clinic, a soldier
(iii) A is also used before nouns beginning with the vowel ‘u’ pronounced as ‘yu’.
e.g. a university, a unique picture, a unit, a uniform, a unicorn, a united family, a European, a union,
a user, a utensil, a U-turn, a used car
(iv) An is used before a countable noun beginning with a vowel. (a, e, i, o, u)
e.g. an apple, an eel, an igloo, an interesting story, an enjoyable holiday, an uncle, an exciting film,
an idea, an umbrella, an old man, an oven, an axe, an egg, an airliner, an ill person, an eagle, an
advertisement, an island, an ocean
(v) An is also used before nouns beginning with the silent ‘h’. (‘h’ is not pronounced)
e.g. an honour, an honest man, an hour, an heir, an honourable king, an heirloom

(b) Definite Article
When do we use the definite article ‘the’?

To refer to a thing or person already (a) The pen you want is out of stock.

mentioned (b) I like the chicken curry from that shop.

To refer to a thing of which there is (a) The sun shines during the day.

only one of its kind (b) The principal of SMK Bukit Tinggi is Mr Dorai.

With the superlative degree (a) Mary is the most hard-working girl in the class.

(b) This is the tallest building in Malaysia.

Before names of oceans, seas, (a) The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world.

rivers, deserts, mountains and (b) He is studying in the United States of America.

countries (c) Illegal immigrants came to Malaysia across the Straits of


To change an adjective to a noun (a) Have you read the story called ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’?
(b) The rich always oppress the poor.

Articles are not used in the following

Before proper nouns (countries, roads, (a) I live in Subang Jaya.

streets, people) (b) Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia.

Before uncountable nouns (a) Milk is a nutritious drink.

(b) Palm oil is used in making soap.

(c) Man shall not live by bread alone.

Before abstract nouns (a) Honesty is the best policy.

(b) Wisdom is more precious than riches.

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Pronouns take the place of nouns. There are six main types of pronouns.

Personal pronouns
(a) Subject pronouns: I, you, we, they, he, she, it
e.g. I enjoyed my trip to Australia.
You are a kind person.
(b) Object pronouns: me, you, us, them, his, her, it
e.g. Please pass the book to me.
Would you like to visit us?
(c) Good manners require that we should say:
(i) You and I (not ‘I and You’)
(ii) My family and I (not ‘I and my family’)

Possessive pronouns
Possessive pronouns are used to show possession.
e.g. mine, yours, ours, theirs, his, hers, its
e.g. The bag over there is mine.
They couldn’t score the last point, so the trophy is ours.
He has a digital camera. The digital camera is his.
My sister bought the book. It is hers.
The restaurant is famous for its good food.

Relative pronouns
(a) Relative pronouns take the place of a noun or pronoun when they join two sentences.
e.g. The man, who came this morning, is Ali’s father.
The dog, which bit the old lady, was put to sleep.
(b) Relative pronouns for people: who, whose, whom
(c) Relative pronouns for animals and things: that, which

Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns show that the action is on the doer.
e.g. myself, yourself, yourselves, ourselves, themselves, himself, herself, itself
e.g. I baked the cake myself.
You must take care of yourself.
All of you should clean yourselves before dinner.
The dog bit itself on the tail.

Emphatic pronouns
Emphatic pronouns emphasise the subject.
e.g. myself, yourself, yourselves, ourselves, themselves, himself, herself, itself
e.g. I will do it myself.
He himself was absent in the meeting.
The town itself is very ordinary, but it is set in a lovely countryside.

Interrogative pronouns
Interrogative pronouns are used to ask questions.
e.g. who, whom, whose, which, what, why, when, where
e.g. Who is that man?
Where did you go yesterday?
What prevented Daniel from playing football for his club?
Whose racing cars are these?

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Adjectives are words that describe or modify nouns.
Descriptive adjectives
Describe the quality of a person, an object or a place: tall, short, white, yellow, big, clever, aged, smart,
childish, vast, young, etc.
e.g. The beach is dirty.
He ties a yellow ribbon around the tree.

Quantitative adjectives
Used to show quantity, amount or number: a few, twenty, second, any, some, a lot of, many, several, two,
little, much, etc.
e.g. Amira’s father has two bungalows.
There are seven days in a week.

Interrogative adjectives
Used for asking questions: what, where, which, whose, who.
e.g. Where is your home?
What day is today?

Demonstrative adjectives
Used to show objects: this, that, these, those.
e.g. This is Abdullah’s bicycle.
Those flowers are from Cameron Highlands.

Possessive adjectives
Used to show possession: my, your, their, our, his, its, her.
e.g. She lost her purse to the snatch thief.
The cat was licking its paw.

Distributive adjectives
Used to refer to each one of a number: each, every, etc.
e.g. Each of the children was given a goody bag.
It rained every day during the holidays.

Compound adjectives
Consist of two or more words: dirt cheap, multiracial, high-rise, long-legged, user-friendly, soft-spoken,
soft-hearted, world-class, well-dressed, well-informed, long-distance, old-fashioned, action-packed, etc.
e.g. The bulletproof vest saved the policeman’s life.
The things sold during the warehouse sales are dirt cheap.

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An adverb modifies the meaning of a verb, an adjective or another adverb.

Adverbs of time
e.g. immediately, now, ago, late, soon, lately, before, today, already, after, yesterday, early, etc.

e.g. I have heard the story before.
He called me a few minutes ago.
She came late.
We start our project today.
Adverbs of manner
e.g. fast, well, soundly, clearly, quickly, slowly, hard, beautifully, wonderfully, gracefully, happily,

carefully, etc.

e.g. She sleeps soundly.
They studied hard.
Mother walks quietly.
The dog snarled fiercely at the strange man who came near it.

Adverbs of place TEACHER’S RESOURCE
e.g. here, there, everywhere, up, down, in, out, within, outside, etc.

e.g. They looked everywhere for him.
She lives in Petaling Jaya.
The driver parked the cab there.
Water flowed down into the ditch.

Adverbs of degree
e.g. too, as, enough, fully, rather, at all, partly, very, no, quite, so, hardly, almost, extremely, etc.

e.g. He talks too much.
They did very well in the examinations.
He wasn’t lucky enough to win a prize.
We quite understand the situation.

Adverbs of frequency
e.g. often, seldom, once, twice, frequently, always, daily, weekly, annually, usually, never, etc.

e.g. They pay their fees monthly.
She visits me often.
The sun always rises in the east.

– Adverbs of frequency may be arranged in order:

100 per cent of the time always



often/ frequently

50 per cent of the time seldom



rarely/ hardly

0 per cent of the time never

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Comparison of Adjectives

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There are three degrees of comparison of adjectives. They are the positive, comparative and superlative


Positive Comparative Superlative

TEACHECONTR’S RESOURCE OH(a) For comparing two nouns that (a) For comparing two nouns that (a) For comparing three or
are equal. are not equal. more nouns that are not
(b) Use expressions ‘as ... as’ and (b) Add ‘-er’ to adjectives with one equal.
‘not as ... as’. or two syllables. (b) Add ‘-est’ to adjectives
(i) Samad is as tall as Salim. (c) A d d ‘m o r e ’ o r ‘ l e s s ’ to with one or two syllables.
(ii) The mangoes are as sweet adjectives with three or more (c) Add ‘most’ to adjectives
as honey. syllables. with three or more
(i) Susan is taller than Su Ling. syllables.
(ii) Fish are more expensive (i) Jasmine is the tallest
than vegetables. student in the class.
(ii) Diamonds are the most
expensive precious

kind kinder the kindest
brave braver the bravest
happy happier the happiest
wealthy wealthier the wealthiest
red redder the reddest
courageous more courageous the most courageous
understanding more understanding the most understanding


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(a) The word, tense, means time (comes from the Latin word, tempus).
(b) The tense of a verb shows the time of an action or event.
(c) Thus, there are three main tenses.
(d) A verb that refers to the present time is said to be in the Present Tense.
(e) A verb that refers to the past time is said to be in the Past Tense.
(f) A verb that refers to the future time is said to be in the Future Tense.

The Present Tense TENSES The Future Tense
(refers to present time) (refers to future time)
(a) The Simple Present The Past Tense (a) The Simple Future
(refers to past time)
(b) The Present Continuous (a) The Simple Past (b) The Future Continuous
(b) The Past Continuous
(c) The Present Perfect (c) The Past Perfect (c) The Future Perfect

(a) The Present Tense Examples
The Simple Present Tense
(a) He often wakes up late.
To show habitual actions (b) My mother always goes to the market nearby.
(a) The sun rises in the east.
To express a universal truth or fact (b) The earth revolves round the sun.

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To show a future action (a) They leave for Australia next month.
To give orders or instructions (b) The train to Butterworth departs in ten minutes.
To show the passive form of the verb (a) Switch on the lights.
(b) Don’t litter in this place.
(a) The gate is painted.
(b) Oil palms are grown in Malaysia.

The Present Continuous Tense Examples

To show an action that is still going on at the (a) He is sleeping now.

time of speaking (b) Look! It is raining.
To show a future action that has been planned (a) The students are acting in the play tomorrow.

(b) We are taking part in the games this evening.

To show the meaning ‘about to’ (a) It is going to rain.

(b) I am going to paint the house.

For habitual actions or habits. Often used with (a) He is always complaining about his sister.

‘always’, ‘often’, ‘continuously’, ‘constantly’, etc. (b) He is continuously making the same mistake.

To indicate the passive form of the verb (a) The house is being painted.

(b) Oil palms are being grown in Malaysia.

The Present Perfect Tense Examples

To show an action that has just completed at the (a) I have already finished my work.

time of speaking (b) The bus has arrived.

To show an action started in the past but is still (a) We have lived here since 1990.

going on (b) He has studied Spanish for six months. TEACHER’S RESOURCE

To show an action completed recently (a) The maid has just cleaned the room.

(b) They have recently bought a new house.

To show the passive form of the verb (a) The floor has been swept.

(b) The money has been stolen.

(b) The Past Tense

The Simple Past Tense Examples

To indicate an action completed in the past (a) She went to the library yesterday.
(b) He washed the car this morning.

To show a past habit which is no longer true (a) When he was young, he used to play football.
(b) They always walked to school.

To indicate an unlikely event (a) If I were you, I would travel around the world.
For polite requests (b) They wish they could become millionaires.

(a) Could I have a cup of tea?
(b) Would you like to come to my birthday party?

The Past Continuous Tense Examples

To show an action going on at some time in the (a) She was working the whole morning.
past (b) They were playing football all evening yesterday.

To show two actions going on at the same time (a) He was playing tennis while his brother was

in the past swimming.

(b) Ruby was singing while Lee Lee was playing the


To show an action that was going on at a certain (a) He was playing chess when you arrived.
time in the past when another action was (b) While I was reading, the light went out.

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The Past Perfect Tense Examples

To describe an action completed before a certain (a) We had packed our luggage when the taxi arrived.

point of time in the past (b) She had already reached home before the rain

came down.

In reported speech (a) Ali said, “I have seen the movie.”

Ali said that he had seen the movie.

(b) She said, “I have not taken my lunch yet.”

She said that she had not taken her lunch yet.

In conditional situations (a) I would have told you, if you had listened.

(b) If he had booked the hall earlier, we would have
held the games.

(c) The Future Tense

The Simple Future Tense Examples

To show a future action or an action that is going (a) They will come here tomorrow.

to take place in the future (b) She will know the result next week.

In conditional phrases (a) If he does not come on time, I shall leave without

(b) She will know the answer, if she asks him.

The Future Continuous Tense Examples

To indicate an action going on at some time in (a) You will be cooking at 11.00 o’clock tomorrow.

the future (b) I shall be watching television this evening.

The Future Perfect Tense Examples

To indicate the completion of an action at some (a) By tomorrow, she will have arrived at Kuala Lumpur.

time in the future (b) We shall have saved a thousand ringgit by next


To express commands, determination, promise (a) We/ I will become successful. (determination)

and threat (b) They will pay for the damage. (threat)


The Normal Form

I shall, We shall, They will, You will, She will, He

will, It will, Ahmad and Ali will, The children will

In the passive form (a) The examination results will be announced next

(b) They will be rewarded by the king.

1 Some verbs can be used in the Simple Present Tense and Present Continuous Tense with little

change of meaning:
(a) I look forward to your reply. (more formal)
(b) I’m looking forward to your reply. (less formal)

2 Notice the difference between a permanent situation expressed by the Simple Present Tense and a
temporary situation expressed by the Present Continuous Tense.

(a) Vincent Yap lives in Selangor.
(b) Vincent Yap is living with us till his apartment is ready to move into.

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Subject-Verb Agreement

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(a) A singular subject takes a singular verb.
(b) A plural subject takes a plural verb.

Singular Subject Singular Verb
plays football every day.
He watches television every evening.
She goes to school by bus every afternoon.
Ali does the homework before going to bed.
The boy loves singing.
The child drinks milk.
It barks loudly.
The dog
Plural Verb
go to school by bus every afternoon.
watch television every evening.
do the homework before going to bed.
love singing.
drink milk.

bark loudly.
Plural SubjectCONTOH

Ali and Ahmad
The boys and girls
The children
The dogs/ They

(c) Nouns preceded by determiners like many, few, a few, several, both, a lot of, a number of, take plural verbs. TEACHER’S RESOURCE
(i) Many children do not have enough to eat.
(ii) Both my brothers are doctors.
(iii) A number of the workers were hurt in the accident.

(d) A singular subject followed by expressions like together with, with, as well as, in addition to, takes a
singular verb.
(i) The headman, with all the villagers, is here.
(ii) I, as well as my friends, am tired.
(iii) Santhi, together with her sisters, lives in this house.

(e) Plural nouns preceded by each, every and pronouns like anyone, no one, everybody, somebody, anybody,
nobody, everything, something, anything, nothing, take singular verbs.
(i) Everyone has to attend this meeting.
(ii) Each student is given a new file.
(iii) Something just doesn’t seem right.
(iv) Nothing was stolen from the house.

(f) Plural nouns preceded by expressions like one of, each of, none of, neither of, either of, take singular
(i) Neither of the men plays golf.
(ii) One of the twins is a boy.
(iii) None of the students knows the answer.

(g) Abstract or uncountable nouns take singular verbs.
(i) Honesty is the best policy.
(ii) Water has many uses.
(iii) Good health depends on good habits.
(iv) Your behaviour is unpardonable.
(v) Milk contains all the necessary nutritious elements.

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(h) Collective nouns referred to as a whole group, take singular verbs.
(i) The committee has agreed on the main issues.
(ii) This class consists of forty students.
(iii) The audience is excited.
(iv) A group of boys is playing in the garden.
(v) A bunch of bananas does not cost much.

(i) Nouns that are plural in form but singular in meaning, take singular verbs.
(i) Mathematics has become his favourite subject.
(ii) No news is good news.
(iii) Rickets is caused by malnutrition.

(j) When two nouns together express one idea, the singular verb is used.
(i) Time and tide waits for no man.
(ii) Every nook and cranny is seached thoroughly.
(k) When a gerund or an infinitive is the subject of a sentence, the singular verb is used.
(i) Swimming is my hobby.
(ii) To do well requires some hard work.

(l) When nouns are taken as one singular quantity or entirety, singular verbs are used.
(i) Two hundred dollars is a large sum of money to a child.
(ii) Three hectares of the forest has been cut down for development.

( m) When the subject of the sentence consists of fractions or percentages, the verb used must agree with
the noun indicated.
(i) Ten per cent of his salary is saved every month.
(ii) Forty per cent of the students in this school are Malays.
(iii) A quarter of the residents here are interested in patrolling their homes.
(iv) Half the money has been donated by the pupils.

(n) The uses of either ... or or neither ... nor:

When they are used with singular subjects, singular (i) Either Rahim or Razali has taken the ball.

verbs are used. (ii) Neither Ah Chong nor Ah Meng knows how to


When they are used with plural subjects, plural (i) Either the nurses or the doctors are on duty.

verbs are used. (ii) Neither the men nor the women have won the


When they are used in sentences where (i) Either his father or his brothers are visiting him

one subject is singular and the other plural, next week.

the verbs used must agree with the subject (ii) Neither the children nor their mother wants to

nearest to it. stay here.

(o) Words like the young, the old, the hungry, the rich, the poor, take plural verbs.

(i) The young feel that freedom is all-important.
(ii) The poor are usually found in slum areas.

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They are words placed before nouns or pronouns or gerunds to show place, position, time, manner,
purpose or possession.

Types of Prepositions Examples

Prepositions of place and position (a) The cows are grazing in the field.

e.g. in, inside, on, by, beside, next to, behind, over, (b) The shopping mall is within walking distance

above, at, near, between, opposite, below, from the school.
under, in front of, within, into, outside, against, (c) There is a man standing in front of the hotel.
across, etc.

Prepositions of direction (a) She walked to the bus stop.

e.g. to, from, along, across, up, down, off, towards, (b) The sun shines through the window.

through, round, around, away, past, etc. (c) The cars are going round the roundabout.

Prepositions of time (a) The train from Johor arrived at 10 o’clock.

e.g. after, before, within, throughout, since, for, by, (b) We have finished our work within an hour.

at, until, during, on, in, etc. (c) I am usually at work by nine in the morning.

Prepositions of manner (a) He came to school by bus.

e.g. by, with, in, etc. (b) The man chopped the tree with an axe.

(c) The man killed the tiger with a spear.

Prepositions of purpose (a) Ronny died of dengue.

e.g. for, of, from, through, etc. (b) Haslinda works for a low salary. TEACHER’S RESOURCE

(c) We can only achieve success through sheer


Prepositions of accompaniment (a) Rosnah went to the movies with her friends

e.g. with, etc. yesterday.

(b) Can you come with me to the staff room?

(c) Marie lives with her grandparents.

Prepositions of measure, rate or value (a) A kilogram of mutton costs five ringgit.

e.g. of, at, by, etc. (b) These apples are sold at fifty sen each.

(c) The workers are paid by the hour.

Prepositions of possession (a) Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia.

e.g. with, of, etc. (b) The girl, with a yellow cap, is my sister.

(c) The manager left the key with her assistant

before he went home.

Conjunctions and Sequence Connectors
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Conjunctions and Sequence Connectors join words, phrases or sentences together.

Types of Conjunctions Examples

To join similar ideas (a) He sells mangoes and oranges.
e.g. and, not only…but also, besides, as well as, (b) Tim could both read and write when he was only
both…and, aside from, etc. three.

To show contrast (a) Bryan tried hard but failed.
e.g. though, yet, still, but, although, even though, (b) Although he hurried, he still missed the train.
despite, in spite of, instead of, etc.

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To show reason (a) Joe was late because he missed the bus.
e.g. because, therefore, since, for, so, so as, due to, as, (b) The competition was cancelled due to the lack
owing to, etc. of response.

To show comparison or manner (a) Alan is as tall as his brother.
e.g. as…as, as, so…as, as if, than, as though, etc. (b) It is better late than never.

To express choice or alternative (a) You can have either coffee or tea.
e.g. either…or, neither…nor, etc. (b) Neither Jasmine nor her friend came to help.

To express condition (a) The vase will break if you drop it.
e.g. if, unless, as long as, etc. (b) As long as you follow the rules of the game, you

may win.

To show purpose (a) Speak clearly so that we can hear you.
e.g. in order to, in order that, so that, so as, etc. (b) We are saving our pocket money in order to buy

that mountain bike.
To show result (a) Ali lost his balance, so he fell off his bicycle.
e.g. so that, so, therefore, as a result, consequently, (b) Justin loved to gamble, consequently he became
etc. very poor.

Used as sequence connectors This is how we make a birthday card. Firstly, get a
e.g. firstly, secondly, next, after that, then, afterwards, piece of Manila card. Then, cut it according to the
until, till, while, when, as soon as, etc. size you wish. Next, fold it in half. Afterwards, draw
some cartoons or pictures on the cover. Finally,
write or glue the words ‘Happy Birthday’ on the
inner page of the card.

Gerunds, Present Participles and To-Infinitives

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(a) Gerunds
A gerund is the -ing form of a verb used as a noun.

Uses Examples

As the subject of a sentence (a) Swimming is my favourite pastime.
(b) Smoking is bad for our health.

As the object of a sentence (a) His hobby is reading.
(b) I enjoy camping.

After a preposition (a) You should keep on trying.
(b) Ben is good at painting.
(c) I look forward to hearing from you.

After certain verbs (a) Thima prefers playing basketball to playing

e.g. enjoy, like, love, dislike, prefer, hate, netball.

etc. (b) We dislike working with him.

To make polite requests (a) Would you mind helping me with these parcels?

(b) Would you like having lunch with me?

(b) Present Participles
Present Participles are words with -ing.

Uses Examples

As adjectives (a) His grandfather uses a walking stick to help him
move around.

(b) I have won the first prize in an essay writing

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Placed after a noun or pronoun and used after (a) I saw the dog chasing after a cat.
certain verbs like see, hear, smell, feel, etc. (b) The police caught him stealing the car.

(c) I saw him breaking open the lock.

(c) To-Infinitives
To + verb = to-infinitive which functions as a noun.

Uses Examples
As the subject of a sentence
As the object of a sentence (a) To cheat others is wrong.
After adjectives (a) Alias likes to play tennis.
(a) Jenny is too tired to work.
Verbs followed by infinitives without ‘to’ (b) This house is too big to clean up in a day.
(a) Her mother let her attend her friend’s birthday

(b) He dared not cry out.
(c) I heard him sing.
(d) We heard them whisper in the room.
Active Voice and Passive Voice


(a) In the Active Voice, the subject is the person who does the action.
(b) In the Passive Voice, the subject is the receiver of the action.

Active Voice Passive Voice

The Simple Present Tense (i) English is taught by Mrs Lee.
(i) Mrs Lee teaches English. (ii) These books are given out by the class monitor.
(ii) The class monitor gives out these books.
(i) The mouse was chased by the cat.
The Simple Past Tense (ii) Some mangoes were given to me by my cousin.
(i) The cat chased the mouse.
(ii) My cousin gave me some mangoes. /I was given some mangoes by my cousin.

The Simple Future Tense (i) The floor will be mopped by the maid.
(i) The maid will mop the floor. (ii) Some sandwiches shall be ordered (by me) for
(ii) I shall order the sandwiches for you.
The Present Perfect Tense
(i) Mr Goh has bought a new computer. (i) A new computer has been bought by Mr Goh.
(ii) May Yin has given me some roses. (ii) Some roses have been given to me by May Yin.

The Past Perfect Tense /I was given some roses by May Yin.
(i) Justin had taught Billy before.
(ii) Who had written these letters? (i) Billy had been taught by Justin before.
The Present Continuous Tense (ii) By whom had these letters been written?
(i) The workmen are repairing the roof.
(ii) The farmer is planting tomatoes. (i) The roof is being repaired by the workmen.
(ii) Tomatoes are being planted by the farmer.

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The Past Continuous Tense

(i) My mother was baking a cake. (i) A cake was being baked by my mother.

(ii) The farmer was scattering some seeds in the (ii) Some seeds were being scattered in the field by

field. the farmer.

Used with Modals:

e.g. can, could, will, would, should, shall, need, must,

ought to, may, might, had better, dare, used to

(i) We ought to treat our elders with respect. (i) Our elders ought to be treated with respect.

(ii) The police may have to interrogate him again. (ii) He may have to be interrogated by the police

Question Tags and Responses

A Grip on Grammar

Question tags are used at the end of statements. We use them when we want someone to confirm or
agree with what we say.
Examples: isn’t, haven’t, didn’t, hadn’t, won’t, wasn’t, hasn’t, couldn’t, shouldn’t, don’t, etc.

Question Tags Questions Answers

We add a negative question tag (a) It’s a hot day today, isn’t it? Yes, it is.

to a positive statement when (b) Nurul wants to go to the camp, doesn’t she? Yes, she does.

we expect the answer to be yes. (c) Your friend had sent you a gift, hadn’t he? Yes, he had.

(d) Miss Kang has a new car, hasn’t she? Yes, she has.

(e) The students could finish their sums on time, Yes, they could.

couldn’t they?

We add a positive question tag (a) Siti can’t drive, can she? No, she can’t.

to a negative statement when (b) The factory workers weren’t late, were they? No, they weren’t.

we expect the answer to be no. (c) Ahmad didn’t help his father, did he? No, he didn’t.

(d) The cat wasn’t hurt, was it? No, it wasn’t.

(e) You don’t need any help, do you? No, I don’t.


Exercise 1 Exercise 3
1 excellent, ten, teen, cent, let, net, tell, etc. 1 neighs
2 infection, note, tone, into, toe, ion, con, tonne, none, etc. 2 trumpets
3 mass, rash, mast, cash, cast, sit, ash, this, hiss, his, miss, 3 roars
4 bleats
mist, etc. 5 squeaks
6 cackles
Exercise 2 7 hisses
1 cloud 8 hoots
2 bite 9 brays
3 servant, master 10 crows
4 gold 11 chirps
5 bush 12 croaks
6 cure
7 poison
8 do
9 stones
10 home

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Vocab At Your Fingertips 2

think back word of mouth
to remember something getting information by people telling each other
that happened in the past

Dear, I’ve lost OMG! Think Jojo’s Restaurant You should try
my car key! back. Where did is very good! Jojo’s Restaurant!
you put it?
How did you Word of
hear about us? mouth, Chef.

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(a) I like to think back on my childhood and try to (a) We discovered the café by word of mouth.
(b) A : How do you know who the best teachers
remember what it was like.
(b) When I think back on Trishya and the good are?
B : Word of mouth. Students tell each other.
times we had together, I get very sad. (c) The story has been passed down by word of
(c) I can’t think back as my mind is preoccupied
with other things. my lips are sealed
break the ice
used when you are promising to keep a secret
to make people who have not met before
feel more relaxed with each other Dad, I bought this for Mum’s
birthday. Don’t tell her.
Nobody is talking. Er, well – how can I
break the ice? Maybe I can tell a joke… My lips are


Good joke! More examples:
More examples: (a) A : Please don’t tell anyone about this. I’m
(a) A nice smile does a lot to break the ice.
(b) I was so nervous about meeting Jessica’s parents so embarrassed.
B : Don’t worry. My lips are sealed.
for the first time, but her dad broke the ice by (b) A : Please don’t tell the boss that I’m looking
asking about my hobbies, and everything went
great after that. for a new job.
B : Okay. My lips are sealed.

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you are suddenly unable to
have butterflies (in one’s stomach)
to feel very nervous, usually about remember something

something you are going to do My topic today My mind went
is… is… a… blank!
I’ve butterflies in my
stomach now!

TEACHECONTR’S RESOURCE OHMore examples: More examples:
(a) Having butterflies in my stomach almost kept (a) I just went blank and couldn’t remember her

me from going on stage and performing. name for a minute.
(b) Whenever I have to speak in public, I have (b) I was so nervous during the SPM exam that my

butterflies in my stomach. mind went blank.
(c) Tony always has butterflies in his stomach (c) My heart began to race and my mind went

before a test. blank.

apples and oranges it serves him/ her/ you right!
two things/ people that are totally different someone deserves this suffering
because they did something bad
Dad, you and Uncle Tom
are so different.

Yes, we are but we’re apples I had two It serves you
brothers… and oranges. girlfriends right, son!
But I’ve
none now.

More examples: More examples:
(a) You can’t talk about Greg and Jasper in the (a) You tripped while making fun of those kids?
Serves you right!
same breath. They are like apples and oranges. (b) A : Micah lost his job because his boss fired
(b) A : Which is more interesting: Travelling to
Korea or Maldives? B : It serves him right! He was always late for
B : I can’t say which is more interesting. They
are apples and oranges.

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beat around/ about the bush pull someone’s leg
to avoid giving a direct answer or to speak vaguely to tease, fool or trick someone in a playful and

Doc, stop beating Your problem harmless way
about the bush. Just is… er… er...
tell me how bad my I received an invitation to attend
the FIFA Award ceremony in
condition is. Switzerland.
Stop pulling
my leg!

More examples: More examples:
(a) Why can’t you get straight to the point instead (a) My brother was pulling my leg when he told

of beating around the bush? me he won a trip to Japan.
(b) Please do not beat around the bush. Let me (b) Quit pulling my leg! I know there isn’t a

know exactly what you want to say! Hollywood director calling me right now.
(c) Let’s stop beating about the bush and discuss (c) Stop pulling my leg — you didn’t have dinner

this matter. with Taylor Swift!

spill the beans in a nutshell
to reveal a secret in a few words, very briefly, in summary

I’m throwing a surprise party for I don’t have time to hear the
my wife this weekend. Please
don’t spill the beans. whole story. Can you put it in a
nutshell for me?

OK! Sure, no problem.

More examples: More examples:
(a) My best friend is not good at keeping secrets. (a) To put it in a nutshell, our company is not

She always spills the beans whenever I tell her making any profit.
something. (b) In a nutshell, the app helps you to save money
(b) We were planning a surprise birthday for
grandma, but Dad spilled the beans. and spend wisely.
(c) In a nutshell, what happened at work today?


English Form 2 Vocab At Your Fingertips

lend/ give someone a hand at one’s fingertips
to help someone or to give someone assistance readily available or easily and

Definitely! Could you give me conveniently accessed
a hand with these Great! I’ve got all the
bags, please? answers at my fingertips.

CONTOHMore examples: More examples:
(a) I cannot do this alone. Can you lend me a (a) She had all the facts at her fingertips when the

hand? reporters interviewed her.
(b) Could you give me a hand with this sofa? I (b) Adrian does not need a handbook. He has all

need to move it to the other room. the information he needs at his fingertips.
(c) I do the cooking and Dennis lends a hand with (c) Nowadays, the Internet is so easy to access,

the washing-up. and we have every resource imaginable at our

keep one’s fingers crossed twist someone’s arm
to hope for good luck or that something will happen to persuade or to pressure
someone to do something
We are keeping our fingers
crossed that Donovan will get well Do you think Dad will
soon after his surgery. lend us his new car?

I think we could

probably twist his

More examples: More examples:
(a) I hope you win the competition on Sunday. I’m (a) I did not want to attend the motivational

keeping my fingers crossed for you. seminar, but Mum twisted my arm.
(b) I think I did pretty well in the exams and I’m (b) I had to twist their arm to help me out in the

keeping my fingers crossed. school project.
(c) I’m going for my first job interview tomorrow, (c) They had to twist my arm to convince me

so keep your fingers crossed for me, won’t to start volunteering, but when I finally did, I
you? realised how much I loved it.


save for a rainy day English Form 2 Vocab At Your Fingertips
to save money for emergencies or difficult times
go the extra mile
What are you going to I’m going to save to do more than one is required to do or
do with the money? it for a rainy day! to make more effort than is expected of you
Is everything going to
be okay, doctor?

More examples:CONTOH Of course. I’m prepared
(a) Dad always advises us to save for a rainy day. to go the extra mile to
(b) It is difficult for me to save for a rainy day as I solve your problem.

do not have any extra money. More examples:
(c) I know you want to buy a new flat-screen TV (a) My teacher always goes the extra mile to help

with your bonus, but you should really save the weaker students to excel in their studies.
that money for a rainy day. (b) I really enjoyed staying in this hotel. The staff

hit the road went the extra mile to make us happy and feel
to leave a place or to start a journey at home.
(c) Tony always goes the extra mile to make my
birthday special.

keep an eye on someone/ something
to watch someone or something closely or carefully

We need to hit the Can you please keep
road very early in the an eye on my pet while
morning tomorrow. I’m away?


Okay, my dear.

More examples: More examples:
(a) We’d better hit the road before it gets dark. (a) Maria asked her neighbour to keep an eye on
(b) We never went on a picnic last week because
her house while she was away.
as soon as we hit the road, we met with an (b) Reena kept an eye on her children as they
(c) We’d better hit the road before traffic gets played in the park.
even worse. (c) You need to keep your eye on the soup so that

it doesn’t bubble over.


English Form 2 Vocab At Your Fingertips give up
to surrender or to stop trying to do something
call off
to cancel an event, agreement or activity James, can you give me
the meaning of this word?
I think we need to
call off the wedding

CONTOH I give up!

More examples: More examples:
(a) My neighbour called off the barbecue because (a) Johan gave up after realising that he could not

of bad weather. win the race.
(b) Do you have any idea why they called off the (b) I’m unable to solve this maths problem even

football training yesterday? though I have been working on it for days. I’m
(c) The police have called off the search for the just going to give up.
(c) It would be a shame if you had to give up this
missing lady until dawn tomorrow. condominium — it’s such a great location.

look up to tell somebody/ someone off
to admire and to respect someone as a role model to reprimand, to scold or to attack someone verbally

Teacher told us that ??? ??? Why do you look so
children should look sad, Rosie?
up to their parents.

My class teacher told
me off for being late.

More examples: More examples:
(a) All the leaders that we look up to are very (a) Alisha’s parents told her off for coming home

humble. late at night.
(b) I really look up to my English teacher, Miss (b) Pak Aiman told us off for picking rambutans in

Tay. his garden.
(c) Nicole David is an inspirational athlete. Many (c) The students were told off for not completing

young athletes look up to her. their homework.


Topic 1 Short Texts

Worksheet 1 Unit 6: Money
Unit 7: Journeys
Read the text carefully in each question. Choose the best answer A, B or C. Unit 8: Good Luck, Bad Luck
Unit 9: Take Care


Theme: Consumerism &
Financial Awareness


Come and celebrate our 1st Birthday Anniversary


Buy 8 Get 8 Free
1 The main purpose of this advertisement is
U6n it
A to invite people to join the anniversary celebration.
B to encourage people to buy more cupcakes.
C to promote new flavours of cupcakes.

Theme: Consumerism &
Financial Awareness

I’m saving RM100 a
month for a rainy day.

That’s good, Adam!

2 From the conversation, we know that Adam is going

U6n it A to spend his savings when it rains.
B to save his money for emergencies.

C to save his money to pay off his debts.

Theme: Health & Environment

CUT THE JUNK 3 The purpose of this poster is

Eating too much fried, fatty and fast Un it A to inform people the bad
effects of eating junk food.
food can cause obesity, high blood 9

pressure, diabetes, heart disease and B to encourage people to eat

stress. home-cooked food.

C to persuade people to eat a

healthy diet.


English Form 2 Topic 1 Theme: Health & Environment

You must watch your
weight! Eat healthy meals
and exercise regularly.

Okay, doctor.

CONTOH 4 From the conversation, we know that the little boy is suffering from
U9n it A obesity.
B malnutrition. C an eating disorder.

Theme: Health & Environment

Doctor, I have a severe How long has it been?


Two days. Let me check your
Okay, doctor. temperature. You have
only a slight fever.
I’ll give you some
medicine. Remember
to drink plenty of

5 The doctor advises Jason B to take some rest. C to stay hydrated.
U9n it A to take a couple of aspirin.

Theme: People & Culture

New Message

To : [email protected]
From : [email protected]
Subject : Greetings from Switzerland!

Hi Sheema!
How are you? I’m having a great time over here! I need some things to give as
gifts and a token gesture of goodwill to the Swiss family I’m staying with. Could
you buy and send me three fashionable batik shawls, a pewter photo frame and
two rattan handbags?
Thank you.


6 From the email, we know that
U7n it
A Farah wanted to exchange some gifts with Sheema.
B Farah invited Sheema to stay with her in Switzerland.
C Farah asked Sheema to send her some Malaysian souvenirs.


English Form 2 Topic 1
Theme: Health & Environment


Clove oil

If you have swollen gums, massage clove oil gently along the gums.

Coconut oil & Sesame oil

Massage your gums with coconut oil or sesame oil to reduce bleeding and
receding gums.


Dip a few peppermint leaves in a cup of water for
30 minutes and use this remedy as an antibacterial
7 The pamphlet above shows home remedies for
U9n it A gingivitis.
B toothache. C sore throat.

Theme: People & Culture

0 If you eat rice straight from the pot, you will become extremely ill.
0 Finish every grain of rice on your plate. If you don’t, your future wife’s

or husband’s face will be full of pimples.

0 Pour water on the plate after a meal. Never let leftover bits of food to dry

on it. If you don’t, you won’t be wealthy.

0 If you sing while cooking in the kitchen, you will get an old spouse.

8 The above information is most likely a list of

U8n it A Malaysian superstitions.
B Malaysian dining etiquette.

C Malaysian wedding customs.

Worksheet 2 Unit 6: Money
Unit 7: Journeys
Read the text carefully in each question. Choose the best answer A, B or C. Unit 8: Good Luck, Bad Luck
Unit 9: Take Care


Theme: Consumerism &
Financial Awareness

MONEY-SAVING TIPS 1 The money-saving tips is for

Z Buy used textbooks instead of new textbooks U6n it A parents.
Z Don’t make impulsive purchase B schoolchildren.
Z Sell what you no longer use or need
Z Keep track of your spending C college students.
Z Make use of student ID discounts
Z Apply for scholarships


English Form 2 Topic 1 Theme: Consumerism &
Financial Awareness
I’ve to tighten my belt
until I find a new job. 2 The phrase tighten my belt means

U6n it A to eat less.
B to stop shopping for clothes.
C to spend less money than usual.

CONTOH Theme: Consumerism &
Financial Awareness

Job Vacancy



2 Minimum diploma in nursing
2 Registered with Malaysian Nursing Board
2 Possess a valid practising certificate
2 Must be able to speak and write in Bahasa Melayu & English

Fresh graduates are welcome to apply!
Training provided.

3 From the job advertisement, we know that applicants
U6n it
A must be multilingual.
B must have work experience.
C will be given on-the-job training.

Theme: Health & Environment

Take ONE tablet three 4 The label informs us that we should
U9n it
times a day after meals. A take three tablets after each
Take ONE tablet three meal.
times a day after meals. THE COURSE B take the tablets thrice a day until
it is finished.

C take three tablets every day until

we feel better.


English Form 2 Topic 1
Theme: People & Culture

5 The phrase as fit as a fiddle means

U8n it A healthy and active.
B talented and smart.

Players wanted for Saturday’s volleyball C well-trained and versatile.
match against Alice Smith International

Can you help the team? If your answer
is YES, come to the Arena Sports
Complex at 4 p.m. Make sure you are
as fit as a fiddle!
Theme: Health & Environment

JOHOR BAHRU: All kindergartens, schools and institutions of higher learning in the Taman
Mawar area of Pasir Gudang have been ordered to close until Thursday as more students suffer
from breathing difficulties and vomiting. The decision came after students from another school
in Pasir Gudang were reported to be experiencing breathing difficulties yesterday, even as the
Johor government says that it is still unsure what caused the Malaysian state’s latest air pollution

Adapted from:

6 From the newspaper report above, we know that
U9n it
A air pollution has affected all learning institutions in Johor.
B the main cause of the incident has been identified.

C students suffered from respiratory problems.

Theme: Health & Environment

Researchers have found that those who drink more than
five glasses of water daily have a 45% reduced risk
of colon cancer.

Apart from decreasing dehydration, water is a natural
remedy for beautiful and radiant skin. Water also
helps in removing toxins and wastes from the body,
making it necessary for survival.

7 Intake of sufficient amount of water will result in

Un it A the reduction of bodily wastes.
9 B urinary tract infections.

C a more active lifestyle.


English Form 2 Topic 1

Theme: People & Culture

Hello everybody. My name is Jonathan. On behalf of
Golden Deluxe Travel Agency, I’d like to welcome all of you
to Melaka. The bus ride to your hotel will take about 20
minutes. Right now, I’d like to take a minute to familiarise
you with the area and tell a brief safety precautions. You’ve
to fasten your seat belts and remain seated until we reach
our destination. Thank you.

CONTOH 8 The tour guide is advising the tourists

U7n it A to fasten their safety belts and remain seated.
B that they will arrive at their hotel shortly.

C to be well aware of pickpockets.

Worksheet 3 Unit 6: Money
Read the text carefully in each question. Choose the best answer A, B or C.
Theme: Consumerism &
Financial Awareness

Send Option ... HTML

To [email protected]
From [email protected]
Subject Make Pocket Money

Hi Patrick,
I really think you should go through your closet, apartment, garage or storage unit, and sell things you
no longer wear or need on Facebook Marketplace. I’ve sold several thousands Ringgit Malaysia worth
of stuff to declutter my house. I also get my younger siblings involved. We’ve sold some of our games
and toys. It’s a win-win situation. They think they’re earning money for even more toys. I get to teach
them about maths and budgeting.

Hope this idea helps.


1 Ivanka’s idea on making pocket money is to

U6n it A sell her expertise on Facebook.
B work with Facebook Marketplace team.
C declutter and sell them on Facebook Marketplace.


Ryan, there are all kinds of applications and programmes out there that allow you to see where you’re
spending your money. You might be surprised by how much that daily Starbucks drink is costing you.
Little things add up. Be aware and look for cheaper alternatives.

Type a message

2 From the WhatsApp message above, we know that Ryan’s father wants his son to
U6n it
A track his spending.
B enjoy his college life.

C save money for a rainy day.


English Form 2 Topic 1

Dear Amy and Amelia,
When is the last time you went through your closets? Want to earn some pocket
money during this school holiday? Poshmark is the perfect way to make some
extra cash and clear out some space, killing two birds with one stone. Girls, it’s a
place to sell used clothing, shoes and accessories that have sat in your closets for
years. Get up and start your clearing now!

3 The mother wrote the note to
U6n it
A get her daughters to weed out their wardrobes.
B tell her daughters to make their school holiday enjoyable.
C encourage her daughters to donate their pre-loved items to charity shops.

4G 14:23


Jayden, I actually have a better idea. If you’re tech-savvy, provide computer
tutorials. This can be especially helpful to older generations, particularly
the ones looking to move into a job that requires computer skills.

+ Type a message Send

4 From the message, we know that Jayden
B has artistic talents.
U6n it A is business savvy. C is computer literate.

Unit 9: Take Care


Theme: Health & Environment

Health & Fitness Magazine Delayed Due To Coronavirus

Please be advised that due to the current lockdown in Malaysia,
Singapore and the Philippines, Health & Fitness magazine will
not be available at its regular on-sale date to our subscribers or
through our retail channels in these regions. We hope to have the
issues available around 12 May, but this is dependent on when the
lockdown restrictions are lifted.
We sincerely apologise for this inconvenience caused.
Thank you and stay safe!
– The Health & Fitness team

5 From the notice above, we know that there has been
U9n it
A a delay in the magazine’s publication.
B a reduction in the magazine’s subscription.

C a hike in the magazine’s monthly subscription fee.

Washing your hands is essential to good hygiene, stopping germs in their tracks.
Washing your hands limits the transfer of bacteria, viruses and other germs. It is
advisable to use soap and clean water or an alcohol-based hand sanitiser to wash
your hands, as studies show both are effective ways of keeping germs at bay. Of
course, it is impossible to keep your hands 100% germ-free all the time, but it
is absolutely essential to wash your hands thoroughly after touching things like
money, doorknobs, restaurant menus, any animals, touchscreens, etc.


English Form 2 Topic 1

6 Hand washing is incredibly important to
U9n it
A limit the spread of bacteria and viruses.
B flush out toxins.

C stay alert.

If your bowel movements are less than ideal, start by making some simple adjustments to
what you are putting in your body. Drinking enough water is a good start. Without enough
fluids, your stool will be dry and hard. Other signs that you probably need more water or
other sources of fluid, such as milk, juice, soup and tea, include dry lips and mouth, dark
urine and urinating fewer than four times a day. The ideal amount of hydration is different for
everyone and depends on factors like your body size and activity level. Pay attention to how
much liquid you are consuming to achieve a better poop!
7 The advice given is to
A consume enough dietary fibre.
U9n it B encourage people to stay well-watered.
C discourage people from taking fizzy drinks.

A teaspoon of salt dissolved in a cup of boiling water makes a pain-killing mouth-
wash, which will clean away irritating debris and help reduce swelling. Swish it around
for about 30 seconds before spitting it out. Salt water cleanses the area around the
tooth and draws out some of the fluid that causes swelling. Repeat this treatment as
often as needed. Sounds simple for a toothache remedy, but it works!

8 According to the extract, this home remedy provides
U9n it
A toothache relief.
B teeth-cleaning tips.

C relief from the heat.

Worksheet 4 Unit 7: Journeys
Read the text carefully in each question. Choose the best answer A, B or C.
Theme: People & Culture

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To [email protected]
From [email protected]
Subject Cyclos in Vietnam

Hi Liam,
In Vietnam, it’s popular for tourists to climb on the front of this tricycle taxi to get a little tour of the
city, especially the Old Quarter of Hanoi and the lovely Hoan Kiem Lake. Locals also use these cyclos to
get through the city’s chaotic traffic. In some cases, they are actually faster than a car, and a lot greener!

1 According to Oliver, cyclos in Vietnam are
U7n it
A eco-friendly.
B much slower than cars.

C an essential and affordable means of transportation.


English Form 2 Topic 1

Cuba has been known to have a few unusual vehicles on the road, particularly
an abundance of classic American cars left over from before the days of the
revolution. However, its mass transit classic was the camel bus. Recently
retired, this semi-truck pulled a payload of passengers on a sloped back
trailer. Locals used to jokingly say it contained all the elements of an adult
film: sex, violence and bad language. These crowded wagons have recently
been replaced by modern Chinese buses. Only the tourists with cameras will
likely miss them.

2 Most tourists visiting Cuba are intrigued by
A camel buses.
B classic American cars.

C modern Chinese buses.

Bangkok is sometimes called the ‘Venice of the East’ due to its network
of canals or also known as khlongs. River and canal taxis are still an
important part of the city’s transit system, and in many cases are
much faster than the gridlocked traffic on the roads. This particular
canal route goes right through the heart of downtown. Due to the
fluctuating tides and some low bridges, it is necessary for the boat to
duck at some points. The boats will slow at low bridges and the canvas canopy
will drop a bit, forcing all passengers to crouch for a moment.

3 Bangkok is claimed to be the ‘Venice of the East’ because of

U7n it A its busy ports and traders.
B its extensive network of canals.

C its robust water-based economy.

Horse Riding Lessons

When the kids ask for horse riding lessons, what flashes in the parents’ mind is: ‘That will cost
a fortune.’ or ‘I must join an exclusive polo club first.’

Not true. You can have a taste for horse riding near Kuala Lumpur without breaking the bank –
whether you’re a new rider or an experienced one.

✓ Available for both adults and children
✓ Sessions held on a weekly basis
• RM200 for 6 lessons on weekdays
• RM250 for 6 lessons at weekends
* Weekday lessons are more easily available as weekends
are busier and ponies may not be available for lessons.
✓ Riding attire and gears are provided

4 The riding session is held
U7n it
A once a week.
B twice a week.

C once a month.



Topic 1 Worksheet 3
1 up
Worksheet 1 2 for
3 gave
1 B 2 B 3 A 4 A 5 C 4 grown
6 C 7 A 8 A 4 B 5 A 5 himself
4 C 5 A 6 and
Worksheet 2 3 C 4 A 5 B 7 rode
CONTOH 8 A 4 A 5 A 8 having
1 C 2 C 4 A 5 A
6 C 7 A 3 A 4 B 5 C Worksheet 4
8 A 1 break
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3 B 3 animals
1 C 2 A 8 A 4 smaller
6 A 7 B 5 so
3 A 6 amazed
Worksheet 4 8 A 7 they
8 many
1 A 2 A 3 B
6 A 7 A 8 C Worksheet 5
1 clean
Worksheet 5 3 A 2 putting
8 A 3 reason
1 C 2 B 4 how
6 C 7 C 5 is
6 helps
Worksheet 6 7 and
8 keeping
1 A 2 A
6 A 7 A Worksheet 6
1 adds
Worksheet 7 2 spend
3 yourself
1 A 2 C 4 by
6 C 7 A 5 throw
6 out
Topic 2 7 deposited
8 saving
Worksheet 1
Worksheet 7
1 with 1 shows
2 are 2 who
3 if 3 finds
4 suffering 4 healthier
5 are 5 Eating
6 faster 6 Those
7 sitting 7 and
8 done 8 from

Worksheet 2 A1

1 set
2 his
3 where
4 ships
5 and
6 itself
7 in
8 were

CONTOH English Form 2 Answers Worksheet 5

Worksheet 8 1 Open Bionics
1 a 2 2014
2 looking 3 Joel Gibbard
3 closest 4 Samantha Payne
4 think 5 Hottest Startup Founders
5 and 6 James Dyson Award
6 for 7 Wired Social Innovation
7 talking 8 AI & Robotics
8 adds
Worksheet 6
Topic 3
1 5 a.m.
Worksheet 1 2 three hours
1 in the morning 3 memory power
2 at night 4 two hours
3 Dreaming of pigs 5 maths
4 on a threshold 6 8.00 to 10.30
5 by a bird 7 revise all subjects
6 Open an umbrella 8 two to three
7 Faded flowers
8 yellow flowers Topic 4

Worksheet 2 Worksheet 1
1 enlarged pores 1 the Vibrant Mall
2 dull complexion 2 500 lanterns
3 puberty 3 blessings, hopes
4 avoid scrubbing face 4 attractive performances
5 barely seen pores 5 elixir of immortality
6 rough complexion 6 the Mooncake Festival
7 hormonal changes 7 the lunar calendar
8 take shorter showers 8 red bean/ date paste
9 elixir
Worksheet 3 1 0 circulating
1 8 February 1903
2 a Thai Worksheet 2
3 government English school
4 Debsirin School 1 life
5 first Chief Minister 2 boiling and gravity
6 first Prime Minister 3 Sunlight
7 Father of Independence 4 six hours
8 6 December 1990 5 bacteria are killed
6 metals and minerals
Worksheet 4 7 smaller particles
1 Varicella-zoster virus 8 gravity method
2 had the disease 9 doable
3 haven’t been vaccinated 10 option
4 recommended by CDC
5 10 to 21 Worksheet 3
6 fever
7 loss of appetite 1 small robotic arm
8 headache 2 internet-connected microprocessor chips
3 Line-us
4 engaging and fun
5 doodle and draw
6 first 1 000 units
7 Mac and PCs/ personal computers
8 use your finger
9 prototypes
10 dubbed


Worksheet 4 Worksheet 5 2 A English Form 2 Answers
1 F 5 E
1 save money 4 H 3 G
2 a specific goal 2 E 6 C
3 stay motivated Worksheet 6 5 D
4 lost or stolen 1 B 3 F
5 lose track of 4 A 6 C
6 a secure spot
7 making a chart Topic 6
8 see it often
9 downloadCONTOH Worksheet 1
10 milestone
(Suggested answer)
Worksheet 5 Hi Sofia,

1 when and how to eat Thank you for inviting me to join you for the trip to
2 right before bedtime/ before you go to bed Penang. Unfortunately, I’m not able to come with you.
3 breaks down the fruit sugar There has been a crisis at home. My grandmother, who
4 eating junk food
5 instant energy required lives alone in Kuantan, had a fall and fractured her left
6 increase one’s blood sugar level
7 two hours before bedtime leg. We are going to visit her and bring her back with us
8 suffer from/ give yourself indigestion
9 recommend to Shah Alam. We will be taking turns taking care of her,
10 essential
thus I will be very busy next week. Next time when you
Worksheet 6 visit Penang, I’ll surely follow.
1 faster and more efficiently
2 creativity and critical thinking Have a pleasant holiday. Bye!
3 very rare
4 when you study alone From,
5 will push you to study
6 monotony Sheela
7 to interact and study
8 other students to help you Worksheet 2
9 monotonous
1 0 boggle (Suggested answer)

Hi Ahila,

Topic 5 2 F 3 A I saw the dress too. It is beautiful. I will try to get
5 E 6 H it for you but I will not buy it online. There are many
Worksheet 1 reasons why I don’t like purchasing things online. First
1 D 2 B 3 H of all, it might be a scam. You might not get anything after
4 B 5 D 6 E paying for it. Next, you might get a dress of low quality
and not the one you saw it on Lazada. I have heard many
Worksheet 2 2 D 3 A horror stories like this. Online shopping scams involve
1 G 5 C 6 F scammers pretending to be legitimate online sellers,
4 A either with a fake website or a fake ad on a genuine
2 H 3 B retailer site. While many online sellers are legitimate,
Worksheet 3 5 D 6 E unfortunately scammers can use the anonymous nature
1 B of the internet to rip off unsuspecting shoppers. So be
4 H smart and act wise. There are some warning signs that
we can detect. For example, a product is advertised at an
Worksheet 4 unbelievably low price, or is advertised to have amazing
1 A benefits or features that sound too good to be true. Also,
4 C the social media based store is very new and selling
products at very low prices. The store may have limited
information about the delivery and other policies. We’ve
to be careful.
So, I will look around Moonway Shopping Complex
and get you the same dress.
I hope this helps.



English Form 2 Answers

Worksheet 3 Worksheet 6
(Suggested answer)
(Suggested answer) To : [email protected]
From : [email protected]
To : [email protected] Subject : Group Study
From : rosnah[email protected] Hi Adibah,
Subject : Help Is On Your Way Having a group study is a great idea. There are many
benefits of having a group study. You can compare your
Hi Cousin, notes with your friends. A better student can help a
weaker one. There will also be a healthy competition
Heard your call for help. Don’t worry or panic. I know in the group. It will create an interactive environment
exams are just around the corner. This is the time for that not only improves knowledge but also reinforces
you to keep cool as a cucumber. Make sure you keep learning. So I think it is a good idea for you to be in a
yourself hydrated. Drink at least eight-ounce glasses, group study as part of your revision.
which equals to about two litres of water a day. Next, Regards,
keep a timetable on what needs to be done so that you Husna
can cover all your subjects and stick to it. Finally, go for a
walk every evening. An hour of walking will do you good. Topic 7
By doing all these, I’m sure you will be able to sleep and
eat well.
Take care. Rest well. All the best!

Worksheet 4 Worksheet 1

(Suggested answer) (Suggested answer)
To : [email protected]
From : [email protected] A frightening incident I experienced happened
Subject : Re: Science Fair last month. I went on my first jungle trekking with my
mates, Adrian and Vishnu. The first 40 minutes went as
Hi Firdaus, planned. We stopped to look at wild plants like pitcher
plants that gulped down insects and flies, wild orchid of
How are you doing, my dear friend? It’s true that my every imaginable hue, and some rare insects. The trail
school is organising a Science Fair next week. There are that we chose to trek had a picturesque rainforest with
many competitions that you can take part in. They are plenty of foliage, trees, ferns and wildlife to discover. I
Inflate A Balloon activity, Checkerboard Play activity and even spotted some squirrels, monkeys and other animals
Designing A Cup activity. It will be so much fun. There within the jungle canopy. I was learning a lot.
are interesting exhibitions too. The first prize for the Suddenly, three of us noticed that we were alone in
competition is tickets for two to Singapore. Just imagine the jungle. The trekkers in front of the group had walked
if we win it, we can go for a holiday together. Do come off. We tried to catch up with them, but we couldn’t find
and join me. them. I got so scared that my heart missed a beat because
Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Bye. it was getting late.

Regards, We kept walking along the trail. After 40 minutes, we
Redzuan finally met two trekkers. I was relieved and could finally
breathe. The trekkers gave us directions to the meeting
Worksheet 5 point loud and clear. We continued to trek for another 30
minutes. I was very happy when I got out of the jungle
(Suggested answer) and was reunited with the others.

(To: Anil
No 29, Jalan Seruling,
Taman Riang,
12000 Butterworth,
Pulau Pinang.)

Dearest Anil,

I’m so glad that you are coming to Kuala Lumpur for a
visit. I’d love to meet you up. There are many fabulous
places to get great food in Kuala Lumpur. Since you’re
looking for delicious, affordable food, I’ll suggest a few
places where you can get good and cheap food. They are
New Kitchen in Brickfields, Taste Buds in Ampang and
finally, Lotus Flower in Petaling Jaya.




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