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Let’s get to know THE ENGLISH UPSR PAPER ONE
PAPER 1 contains • • • SECTION A – Q 01 – Q 10 SECTION B – Q 11 – Q 15 SECTION C – Q 16 – Q 25 SECTION D – Q 26 – Q 30 SECTION E – Q 31 – Q 40 • MARKS 40 %
PAPER 1 SECTION A Q 1 -4 WORD LEVEL SECTION A Q 1 – Q 10 Q 5 – 7 PHRASE LEVEL Q 8 – 10 SENTENCE LEVEL
For the questions at word level, four questions ( Question 1 -4 ) will be given. You have to choose the best word to fill in each blanks. There may be one or two pictures included in any of the questions. The pictures can be of living things or non living things. You can use them to help you answer the questions. For questions without the pictures, you need to read them carefully. Then, you have to choose the best answers which are related to the information given in the questions.
There will be three questions ( Questions 5 – 7 ) given to you at the phrase level. You will given a short paragraph. In the paragraph, there are three blanks for you to fill in the answers. Each blank comes with a picture to help you. Based on the contents as well as the pictures given, you have to choose the best phrases that complete the paragraph. Choose a group of words that work together to form a meaningful expression in a sentence.
For questions 8 – 10, you will be shown a picture for each question. You will be asked to choose the best sentence that describes the picture. In order for you to do well in this part, you must know a lot of words. These words include the ones given to you under the World Level and the Phrase Level. Besides that, you also need to know a lot of action words as the pictures usually show actions.
PAPER 1 SECTION B • QUESTION 11 – QUESTION 15 • RESPONSE TO THE LANG. FUNCTION
1. Study the pictures given carefully. 2. Read the sentences in the speech bubbles. 3. Understand the situation in the picture given. 4. Read all the options given before choosing an answer. 5. Choose the most suitable option as response to the text in the speech bubble. 6. Select the correct answer. 7. Shade A, B, C, or D on the answer sheet given
COMMON GREETINGS • Hi! • Hello! • Good morning • Good afternoon • Good evening • Good night • How are you? • Goodbye! • Bye! GREETINGS ON SPECIAL OCCASIONS • Happy New Year • Happy Thaipusam • Happy Chinese New Year • Selamat Hari Raya • Happy Birthday • Happy Anniversary • Happy Deepavali • Merry Christmas • Happy Mother’s Day • Happy Teacher’s Day INTRODUCTIONS AND RESPONSES • My name is Ahmad. • Atan, meet my brother, Abu. • Hi, I’m Susan. • Hello, my name is Hariri. • This is my friend, Ai ling. • Pleased to meet you. • Nice to meet you. • How do you do?
TO TAKE LEAVE / To BID FAREWELL • Farewell! • Goodbye! • Bye! • Good night • See you later. • See you soon. • See you tomorrow. • I’ve to go now. • I’m leaving now. TO THANK TO CONGRATULATE • Congratulations! • Well done! • Excellent! • Good job! • That’s wonderful. • That was great. • Thanks. • Thank you so much. • Thanks a lot. • Thank you very much. • I appreciate your help. • Thanks for your help. • Thanks a million.
TO APOLOGIZE • I am sorry. • I apologize. • It’s all right. • Please forgive me. • I apologize for my mistake. • Please accept my apology. TO GIVE PERMISSION • Of course. • Why not? • Yes, you may. • Yes, you can. • Certainly. • Alright. TO AGREE • Good idea. • That’s a great idea. • Excellent idea. • That’s a good suggestion. • What a good idea! • That’s a wonderful idea.
TO REFUSE • No, thank you. • I’m sorry but I can’t. • I don’t think so. • Sorry, I can’t make it. TO ORDER • Be quiet! • Get out now! • Close the window. • Shut the door. TO INTERRUPT • Excuse me. Is Mohan in? • Sorry to interrupt. What is the time, please? • I’m sorry. Can you repeat that? • I’m sorry. What did you say just now?
TO INVITE • Would you like to come to my party? • Would you like to come with me? • Please come to my studio later. • I would like to invite you to my house. • Would you like to join me? • Would you like to go for a movie? • Please join the gathering tomorrow. • Would you like to come to my house? TO ASK FOR PERMISSION • May I borrow your pencil? • Can I go out with Hamid, dad? • May I go to the toilet, please? • Can I use your handphone? • Teacher, please may I go out?
MODEL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Here are three sample questions. Look at the comments given to show each answer is obtained. Look at the pictures below carefully. Choose the best sentence to fit the situation in each picture.
There will be six questions ( Questions 16 -21) testing you on your grammar knowledge. You are required to choose the correct answers to form grammatically correct sentences. Some of the questions may include pictures as a guide for you to answer the questions. Therefore, what you need to do is , first, look at the pictures carefully. Then, read the questions as well as the options given. Finally, use your grammar knowledge as well as the pictures given to choose the best answer. To get a good score in this part, you should know all the important grammar items, Their rules and how they function is a sentence.
Paper 1/ Section C NOUNS PRONOUNS VERBS Q&R TENSES SVA SYNONYMS ANTONYMS SPELLING PUNCTUATION VERBS ADJECTIVES PREPOSITIONS CONJUNCTIONS ADVERBS ETC
For questions 22 – 23, you will be asked two questions on spelling. Sometimes, each question will come with a picture. The picture will help you to choose the correct answer. In order for you to do well in this section, you need to know how to spell a lot of basic words. One way to do this is to study the section on vocabulary. If you know some basic spelling rules, it might also help you. Most of the words given will be nouns. For example, if the picture shows a bicycle, you are to choose the correct spelling for bicycle.
There will be two questions ( Questions 24 – 25 ) testing you on punctuation marks. You are required to choose the sentence with the correct punctuation. You will be tested on any of the following punctuation marks: a) full stop b) comma c) question mark b) d) colon e) semicolon f) exclamation mark g) apostrophe h) quotation mark i) capital letters It is difficult to understand a sentence without punctuation marks. Therefore, learn to use punctuation marks if you wish to communicate effectively.
Paper 1/ Section D -Text Completion. QUESTIONS 26 – QUESTIONS 30 • TEXT COMPLETION • FILL IN THE BLANKS • WORDS GIVEN
There are five questions in this section ( Questions 26 – 30 ) which will test your understanding and usage of grammar and vocabulary. The questions will consist of a picture as a guide to the correct answers. You must always look at the tense of the passage before you begin to answer the Questions. How to answer this section: ~ Study the picture carefully because the correct answers are based on the picture. ~ read the whole text first. ~ Then, read and understand the options. ~ Choose the best options that fit the numbered blanks. ~ Be careful to shade correctly the options that you have chosen.
Paper 1/ Section E -Reading Comprehension- • QUESTION 31 – QUESTION 40 • ANSWERING COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS • LINEAR AND NON LINEAR • KBKK QUESTIONS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. First read through the 5 questions given. Then read the passage once to get an overall idea of what it is all about. Read it again. This time slowly and carefully. Read each question carefully. Read all the alternative given ( that is A, B, C & D ) before choosing the correct answer. Refer to the portion of the passage which is related to each question. Look out for clues which will help you to arrive at the correct answer. 7. The questions usually follow the development of the passage. The answer to the first question is found in the paragraph(s) that are before the paragraph which contains the answer to the second question and so on. 8. You should therefore work through the questions progressively. In this way, you won’t be wasting time going through the whole passage each time to look for the answer. 9. If you are not sure of the answer to a question, skip the question and come back to it when you have finished answering the other questions. 10. If you cannot answer a question, you should: (a) Read the question and the four alternatives again carefully. (b) Check the passage again four the answer. (c) Then cross out the answers that you know are definitely wrong. (d) Choose the best or closer answer from the remaining answers. 11. For some questions, you have to think of the answers. Although the answer is not given in the passage, the clues to the answer are given in the passage. Look for these clues. 12. Always remember to check your answers before you hand them over.
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