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Reading (3 marks each)Total 60 marks
Text 1
1. b
2. d
3. d
4. b
5. a
6. d
7. d
8. a
9. d
10. a
Text 2
1. a (commerce) 2. b (rainy)
3. a (adjective)
4. d (kind)
5. d Paragraph 5
6. a (compare)
7. 19 °C – 35 °C 8. 25 °C – 35 °C
9. 2.5 cm
10. 150 cm

40
II. Writing

15

Part A
Writing 1: Writing Sentences (5 sentences, 3 marks each - total of 15 marks) Note:
* One sentence MUST be passive for a full mark – if not half the mark * One sentence MUST use a relative pronoun for a full mark – if not half the mark * Altogether THREE sentences MUST be compound – if not half the mark * TWO sentences MUST be simple. – if not half the mark

Every sentence gets 3 marks: 0 or 1 for Meaning, 0 or 1 for Vocabulary, 0 or 1 for Grammar

| MeaningComplete sentence that has meaning related to the prompt| Vocabulary Accurate and specific word choice that fully describes the picture, the situation| Grammar Gender, pronouns, person agreement, tense, plural, etc., must all be correct.| Correct | 1 | 1 | 1 |

Incorrect | 0 | 0 | 0 |

ABOVE BULLETS ARE APPLICABLE TO BOTH WRITING 1 AND 2!
- Any written piece that might reflect any of the following will be scored Zero - Canned (sentences/ essays)
- Romanized Arabic (sentences/ essays)
- Memorized (sentence/ essays)
- Clichés (sentences/ essays)
- Copying the prompts or chunks from other parts of the text Writing 2: Essay / Research Report (25 marks)

mark| Content*| Grammar / Syntax| Vocabulary| Organization| Spelling / Punctuation| 5| Writes with a clear purpose.A range of ideas that are well structured.| Writes using a combination of sentences – simple, compound and complex where meaning is clear.Maybe be some minor errors.| A wide range of accurate and appropriate word choices that fully express...
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