Friday, 6 August 2010

Section B - Question 2



ORANGE JUICE

Give reasons:
Aluminum tin : light and easy to put in the bag , easy to open , recycle , make a pencil holder
300ml. : enough for me
RM1.30 : reasonable, affordable, have enough money in my purse/wallet to buy two tins.
Fresh orange and sugar : refreshing drink,
Favourite flavour , orange contains vitamin C – good for health


Sample answer:
I would choose orange juice because it is my favourite drink. It contains vitamin C so, it is good for health. It is a nutritious and refreshing drink. 300ml is just enough for me to quench my thirst. The price is RM1.30 which is reasonable and affordable. I can use my pocket money to buy it. It is packed in aluminium tin which is light and easy to take to picnics or schools. It is very easy to open and it could be recycled. I can use the empty can as a pencil holder. Definitely, I have made the best choice.





CAMPING

Give reasons:
Cost: RM90.00, reasonable and I don't mind spending it for a great experience.
My father would not mind paying it since I'm the apple of his eyes.
Activities - interesting, challenging and exciting.
- love singing - take part in the competition.
Accommodation: tent
never stay in a tent - great and wonderful experience

Sample answer:
I would choose camping because I love outdoor activity. The cost is RM90.00. It is reasonable and I don't mind spending it for a great experience. Besides, my father would not mind paying it since I'm the apple of his eyes. The activities are campfire and singing competition. They are interesting, challenging and exciting. I love singing ,so I could take part in the competition. I need to bring along torchlight and canned food. Torchlight will be useful at night and I already have it. For canned food, I can asked my mother to prepare them for me. Moreover, I have never stayed in a tent so, it would be a great and wonderful experience for me. I am sure I have made the best choice.

5 comments:

  1. i think there is a very small mistake in the composition..."I have never stayed" instead of "I have never stay"...since you have used the perfect form, so the verb must be in past participle...correct me if im wrong.TQ.

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  2. I think it's too short for a essay for UPSR, my sister agreed with me

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    1. this is just a sample answer for all candidates.....for high achievers they suppose to write their answer creatively , add appropriate adjectives, idiom or proverbs to make the sentence/s more interesting.

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