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PT3 MODULE/2016

long-nosed cats. They have long tails and often, patterned coats.

Belonging to (a)the/a same family as the mongoose, civets are

mostly found in forest habitats. These habitats are located

throughout West Malaysia, as well as Sabah and Sarawak.

(b)The/A colour of the civets’ fur and (c)the/a strong odour they

discharge form their natural defence mechanism. It is also largely

possible that their odour is (d)a/the form of communication with

other civets. Meanwhile, (e)the/a bearcat is the largest of the

civet species. It is slow-moving and spent (f)a/the lot of its time

on trees. It also makes its home in tree branches and trunks.

Bearcats and civets come out only at night to hunt for food. They

mainly feed on small animals and fruits. The civets are (g)a/an

protected species. Therefore, people who hunt them can be

prosecuted.

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Adapted from Protected Mammals (Series II) Pos Malaysia

C. PRONOUN

The text below is about a man who was attacked by a bear.



This is a true story that happened years ago. One cold

day, a (e.g)men/man named Bob Grant was out looking for gold

at the Rocky Mountains. Just as (a)she/he came around a bend,

(b)he/his came face to face with a huge grizzly bear. Before Bob

could raise his gun, it attacked (c)him/his. The bear dragged him

until it reached a huge rock near a cave, where (d)it/he dropped

Bob. The rock was on a cliff above a fast river. (e)Him/His only

chance to live was to roll off the rock and dive in the river, and

that was what he did. (f)She/He fell deep into the icy cold

waters. The swift water swept (g)he/him onto the roots of a big

trees that sat on the riverbank. Just then, many peoples who were

passing by saw Bob. (h)They/Their dragged him away from the

river and brought (i)he/him to safety. They looked after him until

e.g. man

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