PMR PRACTICES (FORM 1 * 2 * 3)

RATIONAL CLOZE

Each question in each text below refers to a numbered blank. For each question, choose the best answer from the options A, B and C or A, B, C and D to fit the numbered blank.

RATIONAL CLOZE

Practice 1

What is your reaction when someone does something to hurt you? ....................(1) you forgive the person? Or do you pent ............................(2) all the hurt and anger inside? Unforgiveness is not a good thing to have in our heart. It has been .......................(3) that unforgiveness can cause physical ailments.
This may appear as a surprise to many, ........................(4) it is true. Imagine someone has hurt you and you happen to see the person. If you haven't forgiven that person, your ..............................(5) reaction will be to get angry. ......................(6) will raise your blood pressure. Getting angry frequently will also raise your chances of ...........................(7) heart attack.
Psychologically, getting angry will ruin your outlook in life and destroy your peace ..............................(8) mind. This may lead to anxiety, sleeplessness and a host of other ailments that are interconnected with each other.


Practice 2

There are a lot of islands located in the north west of Peninsular Malaysia. There ..........................(9) an archipelago of islands called the Isles of Langkawi. The 104 islands which are part of this group have been .........................(10) legendary.
........................(11) to folklore, the name 'Langkawi' originates from the ancient words 'lang' and 'kawi' which when combined ..........................(12) 'brown eagle'. True to .........................(13) name, one can commonly see brown eagles soaring on high encircling airspace of chain of islands. These magnificient birds of prey look like the rulers of .............................(14) skies.
Often, eagles nest ..............................(15) the highest rocky peaks along the coastlines of the islands and mountains. They build their nests to teach their young to ............................(16).
A mother eagle teaches its young to fly by repeatedly kicking it out of the nest and catching it before it touches the ground until the eaglet learns to flap its own wings and fly.


Practice 3

Good morning to the Principal, teachers, and my fellow students. my speech today is ..............................(17) 'Using Plants to Beautify Our School'.
When we look at our natural surroundings, we can see that it is mostly the plants that .............................(18) life and beauty to a place. So, ......................(19) don't we tap into this natural beauty in order to make our school environment more conducive to learning?
The first thng we can do is increase the number and variety of potted plants in .............................(20) school. It is best if each class takes the time and effort to do this - .........................(21) as a class project or as an extracurricular activity.
The ...............................(22) thing we can do is conduct regular 'gotong-royong' or cleaning up sessions to properly maintain the readily existing plants in our school. There is already too much for the school gardeners to handle and perhaps we can lend ...........................(23) a hand in the less streneous activities.
We can weed and water the plants near our classrooms and even sculpt plants according ............................(24) our own creative designs using wire moulds.
I hope you will share my excitement in this endeavour. Thank you for listening.