18. Based on the text, Sandra is….
A. the daughter of Dr. RahadiB.
the event organizer of the musicaldramaC.
the student of Jaya Raya Junior HighSchoolD.
the witness of the year‘s great
accomplishment19. Which one of these statements isincorrect?A. Mr. and Mrs. Candra live inBandung.B.
Sandra takes part in the school‘s
Dr. Rahadi invites Sandra‘s parents
to come to the event.D.
The school works together with Mr.
and Mrs. Candra‘s
are pleased to inform you …‖
What does the word ―we‖ refer to?
Mr. and Mrs. Candra.D.
The principal and the witness.21.
request the honor of your
company…‖ (paragraph 3).
What does the underlined word mean?A.
Asking something from someone.B.
Rejecting something fromsomeone.C.
Accepting something fromsomeone.D.
Responding on something fromsomeoneText 10Bona was an enormous elephant, thebiggest land animal on earth. He wasfamous because of his tusks whichmeasured at least three metres long. Theydug into the ground as he walked and gotentangled in vines, so he had to hold his
head high. This posture gave him a ―royal‖
appearance.People loved Bona, but poachers from allover the world were boasting and sayingthey would kill the big tusker. All thewildlife lovers were very worried and sentletters to President Kenyatta. The Presidentwrote a decree that protected the elephantwith five armed guards and allowed them toshoot any poachers on the spot.One day the time came and this belovedcreature sank onto his knees, rolled overand died in peace from old age.22. What does the text tell us about?A. An elephant named BonaB. An elephant lover named BonaC. A president who loves an animalespecially elephantD. The President of Kenyatta wholoves an elephant named Bona 23. The second paragraph of the text above
tells us about …
A. why the guards protected BonaB. why the poachers wanted to killBonaC. why the wildlife lovers protectedBonaD. why the wildlife lovers worriedabout BonaText 11One bright sunny morning, near thelake, a mother duck was very pleasedthat her eggs had begun to hatch.
‗Cheep, cheep‖ chirped the chicks.
Mother duck was very proud of herfluffy duckling
but one of themlooked different from the others.
―Quack! Quack! How can thatduckling be one of mine?‖ Mother duck wondered. ―He‘s so big andugly.‖ All the other chicks were mean
and teased Sammy, the ugly duckling.They did not want to play with him.
Poor Sammy was very sad. ―I don‘t belong here,‖ he said. One day he
packed his bags and left home to look for someone who wants to be hisfriend.Soon he came to a pond. There hesaw some ducks swimming. But they
didn‘t want to be his friends either.
Poor Sammy was very unhappy, hethen waddled away.The next day an old woman saw
Sammy. ―I think I‘ll cook him for mydinner,‖ she said. She tried to catch
him, but Sammy ran as fast as hecould.Poor Sammy was so sad that he hidhimself by the riverbank. One day hewatched some beautiful swans fly past
him. ―I wish I were as magnificent asthe swan,‖ he sighed.
Time passed by. Spring, summer,and fall went by. Finally spring cameagain. Sammy decided to go to comeout of his hiding place. He looked athis reflection in the river. He was very
surprised. What did he see? ―Is thatreally me? I‘m a beautiful swan!
―Look at that swan! He‘s the mostmagnificent of them all!‖ said children
in the town. Sammy had never felt