Prüfungsarbeit Englisch 2019– Externer Hauptschulabschluss Klasse 10name:date:points:mark:A. LISTENING1. Travel and safety tipsListen to text 1. Choose the right answer. Make a You will hear a podcast with five travel and safety tips for South Africa.1. It’s quickest and easiest to cover long distances by a) trainb) planec) bus2. If you want to enjoy nature and meet South Africans, going by is a good choice.a) bikeb) planec) bus3. In South Africa people drive a) on the leftb) on the rightc) wherever they want to4. When you’re in a big group of people, pay attention to your personal a) thingsb) feetc) clothes5. Malaria can be a problem South Africa.a) all overb) anywhere inc) in some areas of6. In the evenings you should wear to protect yourself from the mosquitoe.a) T-shirts and long trousersb) pullovers and long trousersc) T-shirts and shorts/ 6–1–

name:2. Short announcementsListen to text 2. Which topic is NOT mentioned? – Make a You will hear five short announcements about different topics.ABCDEFSUN PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTMUST BE WORN/ 2–2–

name:B. READINGSaving a baby elephant1. Read the text.Nonkululeko – A story offreedom152510th May 2017 – Kruger National ParkLast Tuesday rangers discovered1 the deadbodies of a family of five elephants. Each ofthem had been shot by hunters. The hunters hadthen quickly cut off the elephants’ ivory tusks2and run away. A huge hunt to catch the killersbegan.Back at the place of the shooting, the rangersheard something moving in the grass. It was a10 small baby elephant! After it had spent the nightalone with the bodies of its dead family, the pooranimal was in a very bad state. Like a humanbaby, elephants need their mother’s milk for thefirst few months of their lives. They can’t15 survive without a mother. Usually, when hunterskill the mother, the babies walk around the bushuntil they die of hunger. But this time therangers were able to catch it and transport it tothe nearest airport, where it was flown to a20 wildlife centre for elephants.30three hours, night and day, and keep herwarm with a blanket. A keeper will sleep nextto her at night. The keepers can’t be exactlylike a mum, but they can come close to it.One keeper who has worked with elephantsfor 30 years said: “Elephants have all the bestqualities that humans have, and not many ofthe bad qualities.”Nonkululeko has a long road ahead of her.But she seems very friendly and has made35 contact with the other elephants. One daythey hope she will be strong enough to returnto the bush. Nonkululeko means ‘freedom’ inZulu, one of South Africa’s languages.Hopefully this story will have a happy ending40 and Nonkululeko will be free again soon.They will take good care of Nonkululeko –that’s the elephant’s new name – at the wildlifecentre. Nonkululeko will have a keeper3 with herfor 24 hours a day who will give her milk every–3–13discover – entdecken;keeper – Tierpfleger;2tusks – Stoßzähne;

name:2. Answer the questions about the text.a) What happened in the bush?b) Why was the baby elephant in a bad state?c) How will the wildlife centre care for the baby elephant?d) What will happen to Nonkululeko in the future?/ 8–4–

name:C. Mediation1. Read the article.Afrikaans25However, it is still very similar to Dutch andyou can see influences from German andEnglish too.Many different languages are spoken in SouthAfrica and there are eleven official languages.Afrikaans during apartheidAfrikaans is one of these official languages. It isspoken by about 13.5% of the South AfricanEven though Afrikaans was always spoken by5 population. This makes Afrikaans the third most 30 black and white people in South Africa, whitecommon language in South Africa. On top ofpeople used the language as an instrument ofthat, Afrikaans is not only spoken by aboutsegregation and discrimination during theseven million people in South Africa, but alsoperiod of apartheid. For this reason, Afrikaansby speakers in other African countries likewas called “the language of racists and10 Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe.35 oppressors” during and after this time. Whenapartheid ended, many people thoughtA short history of AfrikaansAfrikaans as a language would slowly die outbecause it was such a negative symbol of thisWhat is the history of this language and wheretime.did it come from?1Afrikaans has its roots in the Dutch language.When settlers from the Netherlands came toSouth Africa in the 17th century they broughttheir dialect with them. It was called “CapeDutch” or “African Dutch”. Over time thisDutch dialect changed – new words were20 invented, expressions and phrases changed andthe dialect was mixed with native languages aswell as the languages of other settlers.Eventually, Afrikaans was so different that itwas considered its own language.1540Situation todayHowever, Afrikaans is still spoken today,especially in the Southern and Western partsof the country, and the number of speakershas been growing in recent years. On top of45 that, six out of ten of the almost seven millionspeakers of Afrikaans are estimated to beblack or coloured. Today, Afrikaans is seen asa language that reflects and shows differentaspects of South Africa’s culture and history.–5–

name:2. Beantworte die Fragen:a) Von wie vielen Menschen wird Afrikaans gesprochen?b) Wo kommt diese Sprache her?c) Warum wurde Afrikaans eine „rassistische Sprache“ genannt?d) Wie ist die Situation heute in Südafrika?/ 4–6–

name:D. WordpowerThe accidentChoose the right word to complete the sentences.1. There was a bad accident in which amotorbike hit a bus with students from a a) construction.2. After the accident the took notes onhow the accident had happened.a) doctorb) health insurance.b) police officerc) state school.c) bus driverd) flashback.d) teacher3. One man was taken to the to answerquestions about the accident.4. He said the crash had been a a) police stationa) victim.b) constructionb) nightmare.c) victimc) flashback.d) privated) treatment.5. There were three people who needed 6. People should think about the of baddriving.a) treating.a) consequencesb) medical.b) accidentsc) hospital.c) nightmaresd) treatment.d) flashbacks/ 6–7–

name:E. WORDORDERGoing to school in South AfricaWrite the sentences in the correct order. Start with a capital letter.1. a / can / education / Everyone / get / good / today2. all / are / open / Schools / students / to3. But / cost / money / much / private / schools4. a / And / bad / have / image / schools / state5. are / not / teachers / Their / well-educated6. black / chances / have / So / students / worse/ 12–8–

name:F. WRITINGA report about an accident1. Read the statements about an accident in Cape Town.A car hit two girls on bikes. Ithink the kids were on theirway to school. They werewearing their school uniforms.I’m not sure if they wereinjured1, but there was anambulance at the scene.Justin M. (18)I saw the accident on my way to CapeTown Middle School. I work as teacherthere and the two girls are students theretoo. I saw the accident happen. The driverwas going too fast and he didn’t keepenough distance between him and the girls.I really hope the girls will be OK.Rosie B. (35)What an awful accident. And justthink of those poor girls! I’m surethe driver was drunk or something.I saw him get out of the car and helooked terrible. And he was youngtoo. I can’t believe howirresponsible2 some people are.May W. (63)The driver of the car is beingquestioned3 at the police station at themoment. We cannot give anyinformation about the cause4 of theaccident yet. We also do not know if thedriver was driving under the influence ofany drugs or alcohol. We will issue5 anofficial statement once our investigation6is closed. The two girls are in hospital,but only have minor injuries7.Police officer (47)1 injured5 to– verletzt; 2 irresponsible – unverantwortlich; 3 to be questioned – befragt werden; 4 cause – Grund, Ursache;issue – veröffentlichen; 6 investigation – Untersuchung; 7 injurie – Verletzungen; 8impression – Eindruck–9–

name:2. Take notes about the accident.Think about these questions: What are the facts? What are the witnesses’ thoughts and impressions8?FACTS(Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?)WITNESSES’ THOUGHTS & IMPRESSIONS(What do they think? What is their opinion?)/ 2/ 43. Write a report for the local newspaper about the accident.contentstense/12wordorder/2– 10 –spelling/2/2

Prüfungsarbeit Englisch 2019 – Externer Hauptschulabschluss Klasse 10 name: date: points: mark: A. LISTENING 1. Travel and safety tips Listen to text 1. Choose the right answer. Make a You will hear a podcast with five travel and safety tips for South Africa. 1. It’s q