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  1. What is “cargo plan”. When applied to a ships A  discussion between the shore and ship to plan the procedure for loading cargo
  2. Notices to marine _________ carefully and regularly to avoid grounding Should be studied
  3. Wreck sand rock are not easily _________ by the signal  Detected 
  4. To help the preparations to leave the berth and go to sea, what could the wheelman be asked to do?Test the steering by putting the wheel hard over both ways
  5. In the diagram, the depth of water under the keel is indicated by letter “C”. Which bridge instrument would indicate this depth?  Echo sounder
  6. If the hot work is to be _______ at the bottom of the tank, the entire bottom _____ be throughly cleaned and all sediments removed  Carried out shall
  7. in the diagram, which arrow is pointing at the position known as the “bridge”  The bridge is indicated by “A” in the figure
  8. For ______ shall time sheets concerning working hours on board ships be kept after their completion?  How long
  9. In the figure, which letter indicated what is known as “mooring bits”?  The mooring bits are indicated by D in the figure
  10. Someone _____ the door now. We are not in the living room  Is knocking
  11. Able seaman : what do you think of the book?  // Oiler : ________ i really love it  It’s terrific
  12. It’s still raining now outside. Therefore, the AB’s ____ their rain coat  Are wearing
  13. What is a ship’s gangway?   A  gangway is a portable means of access between the ship and the shore
  14. How should the tug be secured to the ship, when the bridge tells the poop that “ it is the tug wire”? The tug will send a wire to the ship for making fast
  15. In the diagram, which letter is indicating the position “ MIDSHIPS”? Midships is indicated by B, in the figure
  16. To whom does the requirement as to knowledge of english apply?  Seafarer employed or engaged on board ship on the business of that ship as part of the ship’s complement with designated safety or pollution duties
  17. What is name of the machine shown, used to heave on the ropes during mooring and unmooring? Whinch
  18. Whose overall duty is it, to ensure that the plan for entry into an enclosed or confined space is followed?   The responsible officer
  19. Seaman A : _____ i would stay away from drugs  // Seaman B : yes, i know. I’ll stay away from it  If i were you
  20. In which direction would the “FOWARD HEAD LINE” normally run? The foward head line would normally lead foward from the bow
  21. A cargo that has a stowage factor over 40 is known as a ________ Measurement cargo
  22. What is a mooring line? A  mooring line is a thick rope used to moor the ship
  23. In the figure is shown the direction of possible mooring lines from the stern of a vessel when moored port side alongside a jetty. Which letter shows the direction which would be used by a “STERN LINE”? The Stern line is indicated by A . In the figure
  24. Seaman A : how was your trip to nias? Seaman B  : _______ with it. I want to go there again next year I’m very pleased
  25. in the figure, which letter indicated the “BREADTH” of the vessel? Breadth is indicated by B , in the figure
  26. How can you best protect yourself against the most common injury, sprains or cut in hands, arm or fingers? By using gloves when practical, and being observant of the risk
  27. What does the helm command “shift the rudder” mean?  Put the rudder over to the opposite side, the same number of degrees it is now.
  28. Chief engineer : what do you think is the effective way to reduce too black smoke? Second engineer : _____ clean the filter is one of the effective ways to reduce it In my opinion
  29. Seaman A : _____ get persuaded by drugs peddlersSeaman B : OK. Don’t worry i won’t Make sure you don’t
  30. The following is one of the writter’s suggestion in forcing people to use public transportations Make people buy transit passes as part of their property taxes
  31. On the diagram, what is the area at the forward end of the vessel shown by letter “A”? It is normally raised by one deck above the main deck Forecastle
  32. The total weight of cargo, fuel, water, stores, passengers and crew, and their effects that a ship can carry, is the_____ Deadweight
  33. What do you understand by the term “let go” when applied to mooring and unmooring? Let go means to cast off the mooring ropes and wiresThey secure derricks and batten hatches. What is the meaning of the word batten? Fasten down
  34. Choose the correct word to complete the sentence: I had a ___ cold last month  bad
  35. Which of the following describes the “Responsible Officer”? A  person appointed by the employer or to whom the Master of the ship has delegated responsibility, empowered to take charge of a specific task
  36. By the term “deratization” means the operation for? destruction of rodents on boards.
  37. In calm weather, putting the engines ahead with the rudder hard left should bring port side to a pier with a spring line led aft from the bow. the bow in and the stern out
  38. What is a “cargo plan”, when applied to a ship? The plan indicating where cargo is to be loaded and in what quantities
  39. Notices to Mariners ______ carefully and regularly to avoid grounding  Should be studied
  40. What is the synonym of the word determine? Decide
  41. What is the meaning of the term ‘roll’ in ship’s motions? Side to side rotation
  42. Which approved publication should be used by a seafarer to help overcome any misunderstanding in communications? The (IMO) Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP) booklet
  43. What is a “Fairlead” mean? A Fairlead is a special device through which is passed ropes or wires to stop them moving sideward’s and reduces friction and chafing
  44. Man……. I’ve booked the table but you give it to other costumersWoman : I’m sorry, Sir. We’re going to fix it This is really a nuisance
  45. Don’t be in …… of a hurry too much
  46. Although he felt very …. he smiled …. angry, friendly
  47. Cross bearings ____ an intersection of two bearing lines that have been taken of 2 conspicuous objects  Form
  48. A lookout can leave his station only when properly relieved
  49. What is the meaning of the term ‘veer’ in ship’s motions? Turn from a straight course
  50. When acting as helmsman, what should be the method of responding to an order?When receiving an order, the order should be repeated back to the person who gave it before carrying out the order.
  51. During the anchoring procedure, what would the 2nd Officer understand by the following request from the bridge, “How is the chain”? The bridge would like to know the direction of the anchor cable from the hawse pipe.
  52. Read the text in the diagram and answer the following question: When should training in personal survival techniques be given Before being employed
  53. Why did he study the contract in detail before signing it? Why did he study the contract in detail before signing it? He studied the contract in detail before signing it because he wanted to know his duties
  54. X: Why didn’t you answer my phone last night? Y: Sorry, I ……….. out to meet my lecturer, and I left my mobile phone at home  went
  55. What are the duties of the bridge lookout during the night, when the vessel is in the middle of the ocean? The lookout must keep a lookout all-round the ship and report anything sighted, or heard, to the Officer of the Watch
  56. The Local Notice to Mariners is usually published weekly
  57. Your vessel —– loaded in a sagging condition. Enroute you encounter heavy weather and notice buckling in  the midships deck plating of your vessel. To relieve the strain you ____ the vessel pump fuel oil from midships to the ends of the vessel : have been could
  58. What is ‘d’?
  59. h
  60. h
  61. Which of the options represents the best action to take when an item of machinery, which normally operates in automatic mode, is operated in ‘manual’ mode? Keep the Chief Engineer informed of machines performance on an hourly basis
  62. What does the term “Dead Ship” mean? “Dead Ship” means that the machinery and boilers are in operational due to lack of electrical power
  63. Read the text in the picture before answering the question. What is the fundamental requirement relating to the older ships, which are still in service? The older ships must be in good condition
  64. What is the meaning of the term ‘single up’? Release all but one
  65. The storm passed _____ us last night  Over
  66. The pilot station  requires
  67. When navigating a vessel, you …….to maintain its exact position should never rely on a floating aid
  68. The tugs lines and the vessel is then under her own propulsion  Are let go
  69. Man : Do you think that free education for poor people will be an effective policy? Woman : because this is what they really need I think this will help them a lot
  70. Pertanyaan hilang Before port beam
  71. Complete the following sentence. THE WEATHER IS _____ all the time  getting worser
  72. What is the first step in any potentially hazardous work task on board Risk assessment
  73. What time does your cook get up for preparing breakfast ? He always gets up at 5 am
  74. Wreck sand rocks are not easily ____ by the signal  Detected
  75. In the diagram which line would be the “AFT SPRING”, if the vessel was port side alongside a jetty?The Aft Spring is indicated by A, in the figure
  76. In the diagram, which letter is indicating the “bits” which would probably be used by the “FORWARD SPRING” when mooring the ship? The bits for the Forward Spring is indicated by D, in the figure.
  77. In the diagram, which letter is pointing at the area known as the “BOW” of the ship?  The Bow is indicated by B, in the figure
  78. In the diagram, which letter is pointing to the area of the ship known as the “STERN”? The Stern area is indicated by C, in the
  79. In the figure, which arrow indicates the direction “ASTERN”?  Astern is indicated by D, in the figure
  80. In the figure, which letter indicates which item is the “WINDLASS”? The Windlass is indicated by B, in the figure.
  81. In which direction would the “FORWARD HEAD LINE” normally run?  The forward head line would normally lead forward from the bow
  82. On the diagram, what is the area at the forward end of the vessel shown by the letter”A”? It is normally raised by one deck above the main deck  Fo’c’s’le or Forecastle
  83. On the diagram, which letter indicates what is meant by the word “DRAUGHT” of the ship Draught is indicated by D, in the figure
  84. On the diagram, which letter is indicating the “BOW”? The Bow is indicated by B, in the figure
  85. Read the text in the diagram and answer this question: What should be given to prospective seafarers?     – Approved training in survival techniques
  86. What is meant by the term “Single up” when a vessel is preparing to leave the jetty to which it was moored? Single up is the term used to describe the process of letting go most of the moorings lines and just leaving sufficient lines to stay safely alongside.
  87. What is the daytime signal to be shown when the vessel is at anchor?  A black ball forward where it can best be seen
  88. What is the meaning of the term “Make Fast”, when mooring the ship?  Make Fast means secure the ropes to the bits
  89. What is the name of the portable walkway or access between ship and shore?  Gangway
  90. What is the normal name given to the fuel oil used for the ship’s main engines?  Bunkers
  91. What is the normal name of the special wire/rope on board the ship used to make a tug fast?     – Towing spring
  92. What is the normal name of the waterproof suit shown in the picture?    –  Survival suit
  93. What is the output shown on the “Rate of Turn” display fitted on the bridge? The Rate of Turn indicator displays the rate the ship is swinging in degrees per minute
  94. What is the role of a tug in a port? A   tug assists the ships to moor and unmoor
  95. What is understood by the term “Boat Drill”? “Boat Drill” means the practical training in the various aspects of getting all the people onboard safely off the ship, in the event of abandoning ship
  96. What is understood by the term, “The Lee Side”? Lee Side is the side that faces away from the wind
  97. What is understood by the word “Bollard”, when mooring a ship? A   Bollard is a thick steel post to which mooring lines are secured
  98. What letter indicates the direction “AHEAD”, in the figure? Ahead is indicated by A, in the figure
  99. When keeping a lookout, what would be the correct understanding of the question “What is the aspect of the other ship”? The question is requesting some indication of the direction the other ship is heading.
  100. When should the lookout report another vessel? As soon as it is sighted or heard.
  101. Where is the “FORECASTLE”, in the figure? The Forecastle is indicated by B, in the figure
  102. Where on a ship is the deck known as the “Boat Deck”? The Boat Deck is the deck from which persons embark into the lifeboats 
  103. Which is the “CAPSTAN”, in the figure? The Capstan is indicated by A, in the figure
  104. Which is the “MOORING BUOY”, in the figure? The Mooring Buoy is indicated by B, in the figure 
  105. Which is the “PANAMA LEAD”, in the figure? The Panama Lead is indicated by C, in the figure 
  106. Which is the “QUAY”, in the figure? The Quay is indicated by A, in the
  107. Which is the “STARBOARD BOW”, in the figure? The Starboard bow is indicated by A, in the figure.
  108. Which of the mooring lines shown in the figure is known as the “AFT BREAST LINE”?  The Aft Breast Line is B, in the figure
  109. Why could dirty and oily areas of the deck be dangerous? They may cause people to slip over and hurt themselves
  110. With reference to the text in the frame: what is stated as a threat to lives at sea and the marine environment?    – Bad management and poorly maintained older ships.
  111. Would there ever be the need for two lookouts on the Bridge watch? Yes, possibly when there is dense fog and heavy traffic.
  112. In the figure, which letter gives the correct understanding of the term “LENGTH OVERALL”? Length Overall is indicated by B, in the figure
  113. The IMO Standard Marine Communication Phrases are recommended to be used when the ship’s Officer is verbally talking to whom?  When talking on the VHF between ships
  114. The Second Officer, when on watch on the bridge, is often referred to as the OOW. What does OOW actually stand for?  – Officer of the Watch 
  115. What is “AIR DRAUGHT”, in the figure? Air draught is indicated by C, in the figure
  116. What is “FREEBOARD”, in the figure? Freeboard is indicated by B,
  117. What is “LENGHT OVERALL”, in the figure? Length overall is indicated by B, in the figure
  118. What is the correct understanding of the term “Block Coefficient” as applied to a ship?  Thecomparison of the underwater shape of the ship, to a rectangular block of the same extreme dimensions.
  119. Which is the “CENTRE LINE”, in the figure? The Fore and aft Centreline is indicated by A, in the figure
  120. How would you alert others onboard if you saw a person falling overboard? If I saw a person falling overboard I would shout repeatedly, “Man overboard”
  121. Is it always possible to use the word “ship” instead of the word “boat”? Normally a small vessel is called a “boat” rather than a “ship”, otherwise it is not important.
  122. What are the lists called that give the position and task during a lifeboat drill for all persons on board the ship?   – The Muster List
  123. What do you call the wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents the ladder from twisting?  The wide rung on a pilot ladder that prevents it from twisting is called a ‘Spreader’
  124. What do you understand by the order: “Move the pilot ladder to the other side”?  Move the pilot ladder to the other side, means: to shift the pilot ladder to the opposite side of the ship
  125. What do you understand by the term: “Let go the tug”? Let go the tug means: to cast off the lines that secure the tug to the ship
  126. What do you understand by: Bitter end? Bitter end means: the end link of an anchor cable that is secured within the chain locker
  127. What do you understand by: Let go the port anchor? Let go the port anchor means: open the portwindlass brake
  128. What do you understand by: Rig the accommodation ladder in combination with the pilot ladder? Rig the accommodation ladder in combination with the pilot ladder means: lower the accommodation ladder and rig the pilot ladder right next to it
  129. What do you understand by: Secure the tug? Secure the tug means: to make fast the tug
  130. What does the word “pirates” mean? Pirates are persons who attempt to board and take over a ship at sea
  131. What is the meaning of “make fast” To secure a rope
  132. What is the normal term used for the regular training of how to launch the lifeboat? Lifeboat drill
  133. What is the objective of the merchant navy? To safely transport goods by sea
  134. What is the room often called where the crew eat their meals?  The crew mess
  135. What is understood by the term “take the helm”? Take over the steering of the ship.
  136. Where is “AFT”, in the figure? Aft is A, in the figure
  137. Where is the “BRIDGE”, in the figure? The Bridge is A, in the figure
  138.  Where is the “FORECASTLE”, in the figure? The Forecastle is B, in the figure
  139. Where is the “PORT QUARTER”, in the figure? The Port quarter is D, in the figure
  140. Which is the “STARBOARD QUARTER”, in the figure? The Starboard quarter is C, in the figure
  141. Which of these statements is NOT correct ? Kerosene is good for cleaning the skin.
  142. As you still feel very ill, you ……… go and see the doctor   – Should
  143. Select the correct sentence  I  have always worked on oil tanker
  144. isibility was very poor and i ………….. on the port side Keep look out
  145. The up and down motion af a ship is called as     –  Pitch
  146. What is dead reckoning ?            – Finding ship’s position by deduction
  147. A large vessel ………………. steerage at slow speed        – Does not has
  148. The term “angle of flooding” in the code for the carriage of grain in bulk (int. Grain code) means    – Angle of heel at which openings in the hull, superstuctures, which do not closed weathertight, are immersed in the water.
  149. The tugs lines ………… and the vessel is then under her own propulsion Are letting go
  150. Select the correct sentence    I  am careful on tankers because they are dangerous
  151. What is the meaning of the term ‘slack away’?          –  To let out but not release
  152. When she ……… on shoals i immediately informed the coastguard ?      – Grounded
  153. The evening watch is often devided into 2 watches of  2 hour each …………. everyone to ejnyoy the evening meal.      – to Allow
  154. What is the synonym of the wold negligence ?    – Carelessness
  155. Hurry! The ship ……….. alongside for long            – Does not stay
  156. Select the correct sentence     Did you pay for the house in cash?
  157. Why did the new cadet want to go to the messroom? The new cadet want to go to the messroom to become acquainted with the officers
  158. By course is …………… the intended sailing direction of the vessel    Understands
  159. Seaman A:  —— Get persuaded by drug peddlers ; Seaman B: OK. Don’t worry I won’t Make sure you don’t
  160. The following is one of the writer’s suggestions in forcing people to use public transportations:   Make people buy transit passes as part of their property taxes
  161. Seaman A : ——- i would stay away from drugs ; Seaman B : Yes, I know. I’ll stay away from it :    If I were you
  162. A lookout can leave his station :   Only when properly relieved
  163. You should keep clear of :   Any line under a strain
  164. If the hot work is to be —– at the bottom of the tank, the entire bottom —– be thoroughly cleaned and all sediments removed :    Carried out, shall
  165. The distance between the surface of the liquid and the tank top in a cargo tank is called: ullage

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