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ENGINE OPERATIONAL

COMPETENCE # 2
USE ENGLISH IN ORAL AND WRITTEN FORM
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Question
A lashing used to secure two
barges side by sidelashed in an
"X" fashionis called a ______.
As soon as the ship is
berthedyou should lower the
gangway and stretch a net
______.
According ______ the report, ship
hit the wharf during berthing
Please get everything ready prior
______ shifting
The accident ______ caused
damage to ship's hull
Never make commentestimate
or guess in your Offical
Logbookbut ______ only
Which is not a required entry in
the ship's Official Logbook?

Choice A
towing wire

Choice B
breast wire

Choice C
cross wire

Choice D
scissor wire

Answer
D

over

besides

near

underneath

for

on

to

of

at

for

to

on

will

has

have

is

the details

the descriptions

the specifications

the facts

Medical treatment
of an injury

Sale of effects of a
deceased crew
member

Drydocking of the
vessel

Inspections of
cargo gear

8. Has any person ______ on board


during the voyage otherwise than
as a result of accident
9. A pumproom is suspected of
accumulating gases after a
ventilation machinery breakdown.
Where should the combustible
gas indicator case be placed
when testing the pumproom
atmosphere for combustible
gases?
10. The damage to winches is due to
______.
11. The ______ showed that said
ship complied with the
requirements of the Convention.
12. When a vessel is entering or
leaving a port, record of engine
speed is kept in the ______.
13. How can the error be corrected
when writing in the official log
book?

died

die

dying

dyed

In the middle level


of the pumproom

In the upper level


of the pumproom

On the deck
outside the
pumproom

In the lower level


of the pumproom

inherent vice of the insufficiency of


cargo
packaging
sightseeing
seeing

rough handling

looking

insufficiency of
packaging
inspection

bell book

deck rough log

Official Logbook

engine rough log

Cross out the error


with a single line
and rewrite the
entry correctly

Blot out the error


completely and
rewrite the entry
correctly

Carefully and
A
neatly erase the
entry and rewrite it
correctly

14. Any person maintaining a


listening watch on a bridge-tobridge radiotelephone must be
able to __________.

repair the unit

send Morse Code

Remove this page


of the log book
and rewrite all
entries on a clean
page
speak a language
the vessel's crew
will understand

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speak English

15. He must have had an


accidentor he ______ then
16. The Mariner's Handbook ______
general information affecting
navigation and is complementary
to the Sailing Directions
17. Steam smoke will occur when
______.

should be here

had to be here

would be here

given

gives

giving

warm dry air from


shore passes over
cooler water

cold ocean water


evaporates into
warm air

cool rain passes


through a warm
air mass

18. An accidental grounding is called


_______.
19. The most critical time during
bunkering is when ______.
20. The patches where rust have
been removed should be wiped
clean before paint is ______.
21. Dunnage may be used to protect
a cargo from loss or damage by
______.
22. In case of accident ______ the
risk of sinking, all effective
measures shall be taken to steer
clear of the fairway to avoid
______ the traffic

stranding

breaching

grounding

extremely cold air D


from shore passes
over warmer
water
squatting
A

hoses are being


blown down
supplied

final topping off is


occurring
replied

hoses are being


disconnected
complied

you first start to


receive fuel
applied

tainting

hygroscopic
absorption

ship's sweat

inherent vice

involving/to impede involved

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would have been


here
give

impeding involving/impeding involved/to


impede

D
B

23. After being rescued from the


vessel accident, the people
agreed that they had much to
______.
24. Please charge the expenses
______ the ship's account
25. Let ______ the real fact of the
accident
26. If you do not wear goggles and
helmet, your chances of being
______ will be greater
27. An accident came ______ my
mind when I saw the broken
case
28. When oil is discharged
overboardan entry is required in
the ______.
29. The ship can leave the port
______ the joint inspection
30. What language shall the issuing
country use in medical
certificates ?
31. The word SHIP is spelled conform
the international phonetic
alphabet__________
32. In the IMO SMCP, the prefix
"SECURITY" is used ______
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thank

be thankful

be thanked

be thankful for

at

into

for

by

I to tell you

me tell you

I tell you

me to tell you

hurt

beaten

damaged

stricken

with

in

on

to

deck rough log

Oil Record Book

engine rough log

Official Logbook

after

before

at

from

French

Official language of English


the issuing country

Spanish

Sierra, Hotel, Item,


Paris

Sugar, Hotel, Italia, Sierra, Hotel,


Peter
India, Papa

Don't know

to announce
distress

to announce
urgency

to announce
emergency

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to announce
safety

33. The word SATCOM is spelled


conform the international phonetic
alphabet__________
34. The term "shift the rudder" means
__________.

Sierra, Anna,
Tango, Cornelis,
Oslo, Mike
use right or left
rudder

35. The word NAVTEX is spelled


conform the international phonetic
alphabet__________
36. The year 1945 is spelled to
conform with the international
phonetic alphabet__________
37. The word VOLUME is spelled
conform the international phonetic
alphabet__________
38. In the IMO SMCP, the prefix "PAN
PAN" is used ______
39. The helm command "Steady as
you go" means __________.

November, Alfa,
Victor, Tango,
Echo, X-ray
Wun-Niner-FowerFife

40. The helm command "shift your


rudder" means __________.

double your rudder


angle or go to full
rudder

Victor, Oslo, Lima,


Uncle, Mike, Echo
to announce
distress
steer the course
you are on now

41. The word EIGHT is spelled


Echo, Israel, Golf,
conform the international phonetic Hotel, Tango
alphabet__________
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Sierra, Alfa, Tango,


Charlie, Oscar,
Mike
change from right
(left) to left (right)
rudder an equal
amount
November, Able,
Valencia, Tripoli,
Echo, Xantippe
Wan-Nayn-PoorPayb

Sierra, Able,
Tripoli, Charlie,
Oscar, Mike
check, but do not
stop the vessel
from swinging

Don't know

put the rudder


amidships

November, Anna,
Victor, Tango,
Eduard, X-ray
One-Nine-FourFive

Don't know

Won-NoneFlower-Fiver

Valencia, Oslo,
Love, Uncle, Mike,
Eduard
to announce
urgency
steer the course
when the swing
stops
change from right
rudder to left
rudder an equal
number of degrees
Echo, India, Golf,
Hotel, Tango

Victor, Oscar,
Lima, Uniform,
Mike, Echo
to announce
safety
maintain the rate
of swing

Don't know

bring your rudder


amidships

Echo, Istria, Gulf,


Hotel, Tango

to announce
B
emergency
don't allow the
A
vessel to swing off
course so much
check the swing of B
the vessel

Don't know

42. The term "shift your rudder"


means __________.

43. When relieving the helm, the new


helmsman should find it handy to
know the __________.
44. How should the letter "D" be
pronounced when spoken on the
radiotelephone?
45. The word CHANNEL is spelled
conform the international phonetic
alphabet__________
46. A message giving warning of a
hurricane should have which
prefix when sent by
radiotelephone?
47. What is a CORRECT reply to a
pilot's request, "How's your
head"?
48. The helm command "Nothing to
the left" means do NOT
__________.
49. By the term Stand by the
operator of a coast-station means
that one should__________

change from right


rudder to left
rudder an equal
number of degrees
leeway

double your rudder


angle or go to full
rudder

bring your rudder


amidships

check the swing of A


the vessel

variation in the
area

deviation on that
heading

DUKE

DA VID

amount of helm
carried for a
steady course
DOG

DELL TAH

Cornelis, Hotel,
Alfa, November,
November, Edison,
Lodewijk
Pan-Pan (3 times)

Charlie, Hotel,
Able, November,
November, Echo,
Liverpool
Securite Securite
Securite

Charlie, Hotel,
Alfa, November,
November, Echo,
Lima
TTT TTT TTT

Don't know

No special prefix

Steady

Eased to 10
rudder

Checked

Passing 50

use left rudder

steer left of the


ordered course

steer right of the


ordered course

leave any buoys


on the port side

Wait until the


coast-station calls
again

Switch back to the


calling channel

Give the position


of the ship

Don't know

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50. The word LOBITH is spelled


conform the international phonetic
alphabet__________
51. In the IMO SMCP, the prefix
"MAYDAY" is used ______

Lima, Oscar,
Bravo, India,
Tango, Hotel
to announce
distress

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Lima, Oscar,
Bernhard, Italia,
Tripoli, Havana
to announce
urgency

Liverpool, Oslo,
Bernhard, India,
Taro, Hotel
to announce
safety

Don't know

to announce
emergency