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Contoh Soalan Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris Pegawai Tadbir Diplomatik PTD (PSEE)

Contoh Soalan Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris Pegawai Tadbir Diplomatik PTD (PSEE). Nak exam Pegawai Tadbir Diplomatik? Panduan buat anda yang bakal menduduki peperiksaan Pegawai Tadbir dan Diplomatik Gred M41 tahun 2020. Untuk makluman menerusi portal SPA, peperiksaan online memasuki Pegawai Tadbir Diplomatik M41 akan diadakan pada 27 Ogos 2020. Dalam peperiksaan kali ini format diberikan tiga seksyen iaitu pengetahuan am, daya menyelesaikan masalah dan kefahaman bahasa Inggeris. Untuk artikel ini akan dikongsikan contoh soalan kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris.



Contoh Soalan Kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris Pegawai Tadbir Diplomatik PTD (PSEE) 


Berikut dikongsikan adalah maklumat tentang contoh soalan kefahaman Bahasa Inggeris peperiksaan SPA termasuk memaparkan soalan matematik :

Dalam seksyen Daya Menyelesaikan Masalah, anda akan diberikan petikan dan soalan untuk dijawab. 

SAMPLE QUESTIONS 1

Malay food derives its flavor from the use of spices and ingredients such as lemon grass, shallots, ginger, coriander, tamarind and many others. Another ingredient commonly found in Malay cooking is santan ( coconut milk). The milk is squeezed from the flesh of grated coconut. 

The staple food of Malays is rice, boiled to a white fluffy texture and usually served with dishes of meat (chicken or beef), fish and vegetables. Meat and fish are usually fried or prepared as a sambal (chilly paste) or curry dish. As far as Muslims are concerned, the meat used in their cooking must be ‘halal’ (slaughtered according to the Islamic rites).

Malay food is prepared and enjoyed by all races. A staple breakfast favourite is nasi lemak, a simple but satisfying meal of rice cooked in coconut milk with fragrance pandan leaves and accompanied by side dishes such as sambal ikan bilis, boiled egg, peanuts, sliced cucumber, prawns and fried fish. 

The traditional Malay way of eating is by using the right hand. The use of the left hand is considered bad manners. However, those who are comfortable using the fork and spoon may do so if they want to. Using the right hand also applies to giving or receiving things. 

In eating stalls or homes where the hand is used to eat, guests will be provided with a small pot of water to wash their hands before and after the meal. Remember, this water is not for drinking! 

(Adapted from The Langkawi Tourism Newsletter)

1. From the passage below, we know that Malays
A use flavouring when they cook.
B use spices in their cooking.
C eat vegetables everyday.
D eat spicy food only.
Jawapan : B

2. The phrase ‘staple food’ (line 5) means
A main ingredient in a dish
B main food that a person eats
C food that is eaten by everyone
D Dfood that is everyone’s favourite
Jawapan : B

3. The main reason people take ‘nasi lemak’ for breakfast is that it
A has coconut milk in it
B has local ingredients
C is cooked with spices
D is simply delicious
Jawapan : A

SAMPLE QUESTIONS 2

Tipping is not a norm in our country because at most places, we would have already forked out a significant amount of money under ‘service charge’, and it can be extremely nerve wrecking when you have little choice but to hand over good money for bad service. Like many of our fellow countrymen, we have our share of complaints about the often- appalling service in Malaysia. We are not sure if it is due to the culture of our society, to the accelerating crime rate or just a general fear of coming across as vulnerable, but many of us seem reluctant to act on our instincts.

From a very young age, we have been taught to think before we speak and act. We are encouraged to rationalize and make practical decisions that benefit us in the short and long run. Therefore, we are 
crafting the perfect shield that prevents us from making hasty decisions that we may regret in future. 

So, when we see a beggar on the street, we learn to ignore the sight of him holding out his bowl for money. After all, he may be part of a syndicate out to swindle money from the general public. We couldn’t help but wonder when we had learnt to ignore our conscience and allowed caution, 
suspicion and selfishness to cloud kindness and compassion. 

At the very core of it, most Malaysians have 
good intentions. After all, we are known for our friendliness and warmth. We just have to learn not to be too selective on whom we bestow that upon. Many a time we have the urge to say something or help someone, but we hesitate and the moment passes us by. When we reflect, we are left with the feeling of slight regret, a feeling that we learn to quickly brush aside. 

If you feel like doing something nice, kind 
and generous, don’t think too much or analyse it for too long because before you know it, the moment will be gone and the chance is lost.

1. Why isn’t tipping a norm in Malaysia
A. Because tipping is similar to bribing
B. Because Malaysians are not sure of an amount to give as a tip
C. Because it is frustrating to give money over a poor service
D. Because an amount of money is given through service charge

2. Many of us seem reluctant to act on our instincts is probably because we are 
A. Afraid
B. excited
C. nervous
D. confused

3. What would be the best title for the passage? 
A. Let’s not make tipping a practice
B. Society Norms versus Instincts
C. Customer is always right
D. Human complications

4. According to the passage, the following statements are true about Malaysians except 
A. most of them have good intentions
B. they are known for their friendliness and warmth
C. They like to make hasty decisions
D. They seem reluctant to act on their instincts

5. Why isn’t tipping a norm in Malaysia? 
A ) Because tipping is similar to bribing
B ) Because Malaysians are not sure of an amount to give as a tip
C ) Because it is frustrating to give money over a poor service
D ) Because an amount of money is given through service charge

6. The phrase ‘to hand over good money for bad service’ means that 
A ) to pay for a bad service
B ) to pay for a good service
C ) to reward service with money
D ) to reward regardless of the quality of the service

7. The prisoner managed to get away yesterday and the police are still looking for him. 
A ) esteem
B ) escape
C ) enroll
D ) hid

8. Emma cried out with happiness at the beautiful present her sister gave her. 
A ) horror
B ) dismay
C ) delight
D ) anger

9. Many Malay movies nowadays are depicting different aspects of the society but tendency is still towards 
producing love story. 
A ) story
B ) trend
C ) design
D ) motive

10. Rina came home at 11.00 p.m yesterday and is extremely tired. 
A ) bored
B ) delighted
C ) desperate
D ) exhausted

11. Although he played _________, he still lost the game. 
A ) good
B ) better
C ) the best
D ) well

12. They received the reply ____________ than expected. 
A ) soon
B ) sooner
C ) the sooner
D ) soonest

13. A toddler is too little to take care of himself. 
A ) young
B ) old
C ) soon
D ) much

14. That was __________ flood in many years. 
A ) worse
B ) worse than
C ) the worse
D ) the worst

15. The _________ climate in tropics enables crops like rubber and oil palm to grow. 
A ) cool
B ) cold
C ) warm
D ) hot

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