A Trip to Georgetown

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Safety tips when going to scool
Every year, hundreds of children are injured and sometimes killed in an accidents. this is because, they are neglecting the rules and regulation of roads safety. however, there are many ways to prevent from the increasing of road accidents that effectuate students. 

For those who walks to school alone, needs to be companied by the elderly. Besides, they can also walk in pairs or groups if that makes them feel more safe. Don't ever use short cuts especially through a dark and quiet place such as the back alleys. This place is dangerous for girls to pass through it. 

Next, you have to be aware with your surroundings. Watch out for any suspicious person. When you smell anything fishy, immediately inform it to the security guard or straight forward to the principal.This action, sometimes can scare them away from you. 

Dicipline is very important. When you are well diciplined, you will never break any rules for every place that you'll go. For an example, students who attends to school by bus. Always queue up before ascending the bus. Patience is needed,because this will prevent them from pushing other bus users whether they are boarding or alighting the bus.Thus, for them who attends to school by public or private transport are also the same.Its just that when you're waiting for your transport to fetch you up, never play on the road or joke with your friend while crossing the road. This may cause an unexpected accidents that occurs you or life of anothers. 

In a nut shell, students must follow the tips mentioned.Actions speak louder than words. Therefore, you must ensure that you are always alert whenever you are to and from school so, that you will stay safe. Like all people said "safety comes first".

SAMPLE ESSAY FROM FORM 2 ENGLISH MID-TERM EXAM 2011

Dear Surya,

How are you getting on in Penang? Did you manage to adapt yourself in the new environment there? I hope you can get along with all the teachers and students. Moreover, it will be as easy as ABC for you to make friends because you are a bubbly and cheerful person in nature. Anyway, I am sorry for writing to you late as I went on a fun trip to an island with some friends for five days and four nights.

To tell you in detail, Syifaak, Jia Yi and I went to Kampung Ayer fishing village to have a better view of nature and relax our mind after the stressful examination period. We took a boat ride from the jetty to the village. It was a first time experience for me to go on a boat. Although the boat ride made me seasick and feel like throwing up, I really enjoyed it.

As we stepped into the village, we saw many fishermen mending their nets and boats, drying and selling fish. We were welcome with open hands by Pak Mamat and his family. Pak Mamat is Syifaak's maternal uncle. We decided to stay in Pak Mamat's house for a day as we were quite exhausted. I loved the environment there which was very cool and breezy even though the sun was shining brightly.

The next day, at about 6:30 a.m., we followed Pak Mamat to sea to try our luck in fishing. Pak Mamat showed us an easy and effective manner of casting the fishing net for more fish. Syifaak, Jia Yi and I managed to catch variety of sea creatures such as variety of fish, cockles and prawns. We bought home the contenting catch and Pak Mamat's wife cooked them as our mouth-watering dishes for lunch.

At about 1:00 p.m., we left Pak Mamat's house and went jungle-trekking after packing our equipment. We enjoyed the view of the green forest where we saw rare orchids, wild plants, colourful lizards and eye-catching insects. We got to see a better view of the vast area of the rain forest from the hanging bridge. When we reached a wonderful man-made waterfall (according to a notice), we decided to set up our camp and spend a night there. We enjoyed swimming in the cool water.

On the third day, we packed our tent and camping bags to continue our journey to the north-west,...
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