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CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language,Instructions. 1 This question paper consists of THREE sections,SECTION A Comprehension 30. SECTION B Summary 10,SECTION C Language in context 40. 2 Read ALL the instructions carefully,3 Answer ALL the questions. 4 Start each section on a NEW page,5 Rule off after each section.
6 Number the answers correctly according to the numbering. system used in this question paper,7 Leave a line after each answer. 8 Pay special attention to spelling and sentence construction. 9 Use the following time frames as a guideline,SECTION A 50 minutes. SECTION B 25 minutes,SECTION C 45 minutes,10 Write neatly and legibly. Copyright CAMI Education Page 2 of 11,CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language. SECTION A COMPREHENSION,QUESTION 1 READING FOR MEANING AND UNDERSTANDING.
Read TEXT A below and answer the set questions, 1 With nearly every human being on the planet over 12 years old in ownership of a. cellular phone it is necessary to have a few guidelines regarding the use of cell. phones Here are some tips for cell phone etiquette. 2 Your cell phone does not have to go everywhere you go There are times when. you should never answer your cell phone Movie theatres plays and. restaurants are no place for cell phones Even more so cell phones should be. left in the car or on the vibrate setting when you visit churches and funeral. homes If for any reason you do receive a phone call in one of these places. excuse yourself and return the call once you have stepped outside. 3 Do not let it be the end of you If your cell phone rings while you are driving. wait until you have pulled over before you answer or return the call Your life. and the life of people around you are much more important than your phone call. If you are expecting an important call use your hands free attachment. 4 Just because you are engrossed in your conversation does not mean you should. not be alert Not only can you trip or bump into someone and cause an. embarrassing situation but you are putting yourself in a position to be mugged. 5 Do not yell into your cell phone Not only can the person you are speaking with. hear you but also so can everyone else within megaphone range Be courteous. of others right to peaceful enjoyment of whatever it was they where doing before. you walked into the room, 6 Certain discussions should not happen on the cell phone Arguments for. example where you may not be able to control your emotions should not happen. while you are driving or even in full view of other people Likewise do not have. conversations about your personal business Strangers really do not want to. hear such conversations, 7 With the invention of wireless or near invisible cell phone earplugs people cannot. tell whether you are talking to them someone on the cell phone or your invisible. friend Always say excuse me before starting a cell phone conversation and. politely turn away before speaking to your caller, 8 In social situations where you are entertaining friends or clients do not have long. cell phone conversations It gives the impression that you do not value the time. of the person in front of you, 9 The world is not going to stop spinning if you ignore your cell phone If you are.
conducting important business shopping or even spending time with family. ignore the cell phone and return your call later, 10 Listen to the flight attendant If they tell you it will kill you why do you do it Do. not use your cell phone after take off or as your airplane is landing Doing. otherwise is nothing more than a defiant attitude, http www essortment com top 10 cell phone etiquette tips 36877 html. Copyright CAMI Education Page 3 of 11,CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language. 1 1 Find a synonym in paragraph 1 for conduct 1,1 2 Refer to paragraph 1. The writer states that nearly every human being on the planet. over 12 years old are in ownership of a cellular phone. Do you think this is true Explain your answer 2, 1 3 Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE Give a reason for.
your answer,You should always have your phone with you 2. 1 4 List FOUR places that are mentioned in the passage where cell. phones should never be used 2, 1 5 In your opinion why is it dangerous to use a cell phone while. 1 6 Why is it important to be alert when you are talking on the cell. 1 7 Explain why the writer says one should not have arguments over. the phone 2, 1 8 Quote a sentence from the passage to prove that people around. the cell phone user are not always aware that he or she is talking. on the cell phone 1, 1 9 What evidence is there in the passage that the writer attempted to. add humour to the topic he is writing about 2, 1 10 Give a possible reason why people find it difficult to ignore their cell.
1 11 Supply a suitable title of no more than 6 words for this passage 2. TOTAL FOR QUESTION 1 20,Copyright CAMI Education Page 4 of 11. CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language,QUESTION 2. Read the following passage TEXT B and answer the set questions. 1 We are all familiar with computers and the Internet yet few people know the. history of this amazing invention, 2 In the 1960s the US Defence Department first set the stage for the Internet with a. network that was called ARPANET This was a research program that was begun. to discover new ways to link different networks together for government and. scientific use What they hoped to develop was a method of communicating. information packets among many computers at the same time. 3 The first name given to this project was the Internetting and the networks that. resulted became known by the shortened form the Internet Protocols were. developed and these were called the TCP or Transmission Control Protocol and. the IP or the Internet Protocol These are terms that are still in use today in the. computer world, 4 Originally the idea for this type of networking by computers was thought of in. 1962 by JCR Licklider at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology He truly was. the first person to envision and describe a world that was linked by computers for. the express purpose of sharing information In the US the first Internet attempts. were begun for universities and research departments at government level This. was considered to be a great way to share ideas information and resources. 5 Of course there were many challenges and obstacles that had to be overcome in. order that the idea could actually take shape However it was not long before the. Internet achieved success that was never really thought possible just a few. decades earlier Even in the 70s use of computers at universities and businesses. was very limited but by the late 80s the use of the computers was beginning to. move beyond business educational and government settings. Adapted from http www thekidswindow co uk News Internet History htm. 2 1 Say whether the following statement is TRUE or FALSE Give a reason. for your answer, The Internet was an initiative of the US government 2.
2 2 What was the main aim of the project 2,2 3 What does the abbreviation TCP stand for 1. 2 4 Why do you think it was important for government departments to be able. to communicate via the internet 2, 2 5 Quote a phrase from paragraph 5 which shows that the development of. the Internet was difficult 1, 2 6 Do you think the Internet is a valuable communication tool Give a. reason for your answer 2,TOTAL QUESTION 2 10,TOTAL SECTION A 30. Copyright CAMI Education Page 5 of 11,CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language.
SECTION B SUMMARY WRITING,QUESTION 3 SUMMARY, You have been asked to write a short article for the school newspaper about the first. man on the moon, Read the passage TEXT C below and compile a list of seven points for inclusion in. your article,INSTRUCTIONS, 1 List SEVEN points in full sentences using no more than 70 words. 2 Number the sentences from 1 to 7,3 Write only ONE point per line. 4 Use your own words, 5 Indicate the numbers of words you have used at the end of your summary.
In the 1950s and 60s two countries raced to get to the moon first the U S and the. Soviet Union a large nation of republics including Russia that existed until 1991. Unmanned Soviet rockets got to the moon first but the Apollo program made history. Three astronauts manned the Apollo 11 mission Armstrong Aldrin and Michael. Collins The trip from Earth to the moon took four days A special lunar module. nicknamed Eagle carried Armstrong and Aldrin to and from the moon while Collins. remained in lunar orbit The landing was tense It took Armstrong longer than expected. to find a level place to land The lunar module had less than 40 seconds of fuel. remaining when it safely touched down The Eagle has landed Armstrong reported. You got a bunch of guys about to turn blue responded Charles Duke at NASA s. headquarters in Houston Texas We re breathing again. Armstrong and Aldrin spoke to President Richard Nixon by radio telephone They set. up scientific experiments collected soil samples and planted an American flag on the. surface of the moon They also left behind a plaque that reads We came in peace for. all mankind Though the flag was blown over when the lunar module took off the. footprints left by the astronauts are still there,Adapted from. http www timeforkids com TFK teachers wr article 0 27972 1895387 00 html. TOTAL SECTION B 10,Copyright CAMI Education Page 6 of 11. CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language,SECTION C LANGUAGE. QUESTION 4 VISUAL LITERACY,4 1 ANALYSING A CARTOON. Read the following cartoon TEXT D and answer the set questions. FRAME 1 FRAME 2 FRAME 3 FRAME 4,4 1 1 Refer to frame 1.
Who is the speaker in this frame 1, 4 1 2 Explain the meaning of the word barring in the first frame 1. 4 1 3 Explain why the word believe is underlined in frame 3 2. 4 1 4 Does Eve the woman on the left obey this new rule Give a reason for. your answer 2,Copyright CAMI Education Page 7 of 11. CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language,4 2 ANALYSING AN ADVERTISEMENT. Study the advertisement TEXT E and answer the set questions. Copyright CAMI Education Page 8 of 11,CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language. 4 2 1 Explain what the phrase walk the talk means 2. 4 2 2 Are the deals offered in this advertisement still available Give a reason. for your answer 2,4 2 3 What is the slogan for Vodashop 1.
4 2 4 What do the words South Africa s leading cellular network suggest. about Vodacom 2,4 2 5 Refer to the three cell phone deals. Which one would be the cheapest Give a reason for your answer 2. 4 2 6 Choose the correct answer Write only the letter A D next to the. question number 4 2 6 in the answer book, The deals offered in this advertisement are available from. A All Vodashops,C Vodashop Village Walk,D Blackberry 1. 4 2 7 Say whether the following statement is TRUE or FALSE Give a reason. for your answer, All the phones in this advertisement has a feature to recognise. handwriting 2,TOTAL QUESTION 4 18,Copyright CAMI Education Page 9 of 11.
CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language,QUESTION 5 LANGUAGE EDITING SKILLS. Read the following passage TEXT F which has some deliberate errors and answer. the set questions, 1 Vodacom is mum about it s plans but the new corprate colours are expected to. be similar to the red white and grey of parent company Vodafone which bought. a controlling stake in Vodacom in 2009, 2 Vodacom which also have operations in Mozambique Tanzania Lesotho and. the Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC has been co branding its products. and advertisements with the Vodafone logo for several years. 3 Vodacom is expected to retrain its name despite Vodafone s global strategy to. rebrand operations in which it has a controlling stake. 4 Vodacom is thought to have budgeted R200 million for the rebranding exercise. with the Vodacom billboard at the top of the Ponte building in Hillbrow already. covered in white and red, 5 I think South Africans have gotten used to Vodacom s blue but I don t think the. change will be a massive train smash for them even if they rebrand to Vodafone. SA said Khulekani Dlamini head of research at Afena Capital. 6 As long as there is a Voda in there somewhere people will be able to make the. association and I don t think their brand strength will be erode It s the same. thing when Cell C rebranded last year or when M Cell changed to MTN a few. years back People didn t even blink, Adapted from http www timeslive co za sundaytimes article988357 ece Vodacom to paint the country red.
5 1 Choose the correct answer Write down the letter of the appropriate. A synonym for mum paragraph 1 is,A without feeling. B motherly,C talkative, 5 2 Correct the punctuation error in the first line of the passage 1. 5 3 The word controlling line 3 comes from the word control. Give the correct form of the word control in each of the following. 5 3 1 Vodafone has a control share in Vodacom 1, 5 3 2 Vodacom s plans for the future are control by Vodafone 1. Copyright CAMI Education Page 10 of 11,CAMI 2011 English First Additional Language. 5 4 Identify and correct the error in each of the following sentences. 5 4 1 The new corprate colours are expected to be similar to the red. ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE GRADE 12 PAPER 1 2011 1 This question paper consists of THREE sections SECTION A Comprehension 30 SECTION B Summary 10 SECTION C Language in context 40 2 Read ALL the instructions carefully 3 Answer ALL the questions

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