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1. The word “footpath” means a place for … a. walking c. cycling b. reading d. talking 2. Where do you usually find the caution? a. in a park c. in a hospital b. in a restaurant d. in a mall 3. The caution can be found in the following places, EXCEPT …. a. in public transportation c. in traditional market b. in public hospital d. in the school yard 4. What does the text mean? a. We must pick the pockets b. Pickpockets may be around c. We must have pockets d. Pickpockets are aware Read the text and answer questions 5 and 6. Dear Rani, Congratulations on your achievement in mathematics! You’re really the best. Keep up the good work! Sandra Dewi 5. What is the purpose of the text? a. to invite someone c. to suggest something b. to ask for something d. to congratulate someone 6. From the text we can conclude that… a. Rani gets the highest score in mathematics b. Rani congratulates Sandra for her best effort c. Rani likes mathematics very much d. Sandra is the cleverest student in mathematics
7. Who will probably receive the greeting card? Someone who … a. is in the hospital c. lives in the world b. has done a great job d. is wonderful 8. This greeting may be sent by the followings, EXCEPT … a. a close friend c. a family doctor b. a charity organization d. a classroom teacher 9. Where do we usually find this message? a. on a computer c. on a notice board b. on a cellular phone d. on a billboard 10. Why does the sender use “as many as possible”?
a. to train “INDAH” c. to support “INDAH” b. to introduce “INDAH” d. to invite “INDAH” TEXT FOR NUMBER 11 AND 12 11. “Hasan, don’t forget to come to indah’s house”. The underlined word has opposite meaning with … a. recall c. remember b. finish d. understand 12. What are Hasan, Indah and Subagio going to do that afternoon? a. they are going to study together b. they are going to go somewhere together c. Hasan and subagio are going to visit Indah d. Hasan is going to go to indah’s house alone Read the text for no 13 and 14 Attention please. All students of grade IX are required to gather in the school hall after the second break. Mr. Nashor, our headmaster, will say something about the national examination. Thank you. Mr. Didik 13. What is the announcement about? a. the information about the school hall b. the direction before gathering in the school hall c. information about the headmaster d. the instruction for students of grade IX 14. When will the students meet the headmaster? a. at the first break b. before the national examination c. after the second break d. after the national examination
15. The label is intended to avoid the product … a. getting decayed c. becoming expired b. becoming black d. getting fresh 16. We might find the above label on the followings, EXCEPT… a. milk cans c. food cans b. tablet bottles d. cheese wraps Text for no. 17 and 18 Attention! The students of Grade VII and VIII can study at home from April 26th to 29th. The students of Grade IX are having final exams in those days. 17. Where do you see the announcement? a. in the laboratory c. in the yard b. in the library d. at the announcement board 18. Who has tests for four days?
a. the students of Grade VII only b. the students of Grade VII and VIII c. the students of Grade IX only d. the students of Grade VII, VIII and IX Read the text and answer questions no 19 to 21 To: Rosa I will be glad if you come to my 14th birthday party. It will be held: Date : 7th March 2009 Time : 3:00 p.m. Place : My house at Jl. Raya Kandangan No. 24 Krembung Yours truly, Nisa 19. How old will Nisa be in 2017? a. 19 b. 20 c. 21 d. 22 20. When will the party be held? a. in the morning c. in the evening b. in the afternoon d. at midnight 21. Whom does the letter intend? a. Rosa b. the writer c. Nisa d. you TEXT FOR NO. 22 TO 25 My school is quite large. It has twenty one classrooms, some laboratories, basketball and volleyball courts, some sport facilities, a library, a bicycle shed and toilets. When you enter my school, you will see the basketball court before you. The ninth grade classrooms are on its left, near the park, and the seventh grade are on its right, near the teacher’s room. You can find the eight classrooms beside the second grade ones, facing the volleyball court. There are four laboratories in my school. They are chemistry, physics, language and biology laboratories. All of them are situated between the basketball and volleyball courts. You can find the canteen next to the biology laboratory. At the opposite of the language laboratory, beside the ninth grade classrooms, there is a hall. Then, the students should park their bikes in the bicycle shed, just behind the ninth grade classrooms. If they want to go to the toilet, there are some; near the bicycle shed and behind the teacher’s room. 22. What is the text mostly about? a. the writer’s classroom c. the school laboratories b. the writer’s school d. the bicycle shed 23. Where are the eight grade classrooms located? a. beside the ninth grade classrooms b. near the teacher’s room c. beside the seventh grade classrooms d. next to the biology laboratory 24. What is next to the biology laboratory? a. the canteen c. the hall b. the bicycle shed d. the teacher’s room 25. “If they want to go to the toilet, there are some…” (par. 4) The word ‘they’ refers to … a. the school facilities c. the teachers
b. the classrooms d. the students Text for no. 26 and 27 Milk Cleanser 1. Apply it on the face and neck, make a slight massage 2. Wipe it off with tissue/cotton 3. Remove it with astringent 4. Use before make-up and bedtime 26. What does the text tell you about? a. the method to make a milk cleanser b. the instruction to use the milk cleanser c. the information to get a milk cleanser d. the instruction to keep the milk cleanser 27. Which statement is NOT TRUE based on the text? a. It is good to rub the milk cleanser on the face and neck b. People should wipe the cleanser with tissue or cotton c. People should clean it with astringent d. It is good to use the cleanser after make up The text for no 28 to 30 The hare was once boasting of his speed before the other animals. “I have never yet been beaten,” said he, “when I put forth my full speed. I challenge anyone here to race with me.” The tortoise said quietly, “I accept your challenge.” “That is a good joke,” said the hare, “I could dance round you all the way.” “Keep your boasting until you’ve won,” answered the tortoise. “Shall we race?” So a course was fixed and a start was made. The hare darted almost out of sight at once, but soon stopped and, to show his contempt for the tortoise, lay down to have a nap. The tortoise plodded on and plodded on, and when the hare awoke from his nap, he saw the tortoise just near the winning post and could not run up in time to save the race. Then, the tortoise said, “slow but steady progress wins the race.” 28. The hare was boasting of his speed because … a. he could beat the tortoise on the race b. no other animals had ever beaten him on a race c. the tortoise accepted the challenge d. the tortoise could beat him on a race 29. What did the hare do after he had stopped during the race? a. he ate some carrots c. he called his friends b. he sang a song d. he took a nap 30. What can we learn from the story? a. we should do everything diligently b. we should not underestimate others c. we should not accept any challenge d. we should not take a nap Text for no 31 and 32 The Basic Operation of Digital Camera You need: - a digital camera - an object (a friend or something interesting you can find around the classroom or school yard) Follow the steps below to take pictures:
First, hold up the camera and center the object in the LCD. Second, move closer or use the zoom control for the result you want. Next, when you are ready to take picture, hold the shutter halfway. It is very important, so the camera sets the focus, shutter speed, and various other calculation. After that, a light should appear that let you know the camera is set to go. Finally, press shutter all the way down. (It may be necessary to turn off the LCD and use the view finder when there is more extreme sunlight or to converse battery light. The glare from the LCD does not work well with more bright light). 31. What will happen to the LCD when there is more extreme light? a. the glare is broken c. the glare is unbroken b. the glare works well d. the glare does not work well 32. What is the purpose of the text above? a. to tell how something is made b. to explain how to take pictures c. to show how something is made d. to describe how something is achieved Read the text All living things on the earth belong to the plant or the animal family. The plant family get their food and water from the soil. They also need sunlight to grow. Some of them live in water and get their food from the water. There are thousands of plants. We can divide plants into two groups. There are the plants without stems, roots or leaves. These are the algae and the mosses. Both kinds of plants need a lot of water. So, algae is usually found in water and moss is found in wet places. The non-flowering plants have spores growing on the leaves. When they are dry, they are carried by the wind. Those spores that fall on wet soil start to grow again. These are some of the ways that plants live and multiply. 33. The text mainly tells us about … a. the plant family and their growth b. the two groups of plants c. how plants get their food and water d. how non-flowering plants multiply 34. Where does algae usually grow? a. in water b. on dry land c. on highland d. at the beach 35. “These are the algae and the mosses.” The word ‘these’ refers to … a. the plants b. the plants family c. the plants with stems, roots or leaves d. the plants without stems, roots or leaves 36. What is the advertisement about? a. food b. clothes c. appliances d. cooking 37. If you come to the Senang Stores on May 24, you will … a. get a present c. celebrate the opening party b. feel happy d. get discount for special items 38. What is the advertisement about? a. furniture b. a house c. chairs d. tables 39. How is the furniture?
a. new b. cheap c. expensive d. old Text for no. 40 to 43 Krembung, Mach 19, 2009 Dear Mellyani, On my last school holiday, my classmates and I went to Borobudur. The Borobudur temple is really magnificent. The hugeness of the temple really impressed me. How could our ancestors build such a big temple? It was amazing. In the temple, we went upstairs step by step. Walking around the temple, we saw many reliefs on the temple walls. Some foreigners seemed interested in them. I overheard their conversation with the guide. Actually, the relief tells a story. It was really a nice experience! I hope you can go there someday. Love Renny 40. What is the purpose of the letter? a. asking for reply c. telling the writer’s experience b. telling the writer’s feeling d. telling the writer’s plan 41. Whom did Renny go to Borobudur with? a. her classmate c. Renny’s friends b. her tour guides d. some foreigners 42. “I overheard their conversation with the guide.” The underlined word refers to … a. Renny’s friend c. some foreigners b. some guides d. Renny and her classmates 43. “The Borobudur temple is really magnificent”. The underlined word has the closest meaning with … a. big c. beautiful b. large d. vast For no. 44 to 46. Choose the suitable word to complete the text below! A hotel is the home of the guests and tourists when they are away from home. The first … (44) the guests have of a hotel is the doorman and the bellboy at the door and the clerks at the front desk who greet them. The guests often form their opinion of the hotel by the reception they … (45). The guests are usually happy if … (46) feel welcome and can get to their rooms quickly. 44. a. decision c. definition b. impression d. relation 45. a. receive c. deceive b. refuse d. give 46. a. them c. they b. their d. our Choose the best arrangement of the words 47. 1. They vary in size from the small to the large ones. 2. It is a plant that has not started to grow. 3. They are carried by the wind, insects, water, birds, animals and humans. 4. There are many different types of seeds: tree seeds, flower seeds and grass seeds. 5. A seed is a little plant a. 5-1-2-3-4 c. 5-4-2-3-1 b. 5-2-4-1-3 d. 4-3-5-1-2 48. turn – electronic – devices – off – your – in – library – the –
12345678 place 9 a. 9-1-4-6-8-5-7-3-2 c. 9-1-4-5-6-8-7-2-3 b. 9-2-4-6-7-8-3-5-1 d. 9-1-4-5-2-3-6-8-7 49. 1. He saw several bunches of grapes in the garden. 2. He leapt higher and higher, but the grapes were out of reach. 3. Finally, he walked away. 4. One day, a hungry fox passed a garden. 5. After jumping for almost an hour, the fox realized that he would not be able to get the grapes. 6. Being hungry, he decided to get some of them. 7. He said to himself, “The grapes must be sour.” The best arrangement of the sentences is … a. 4-1-6-5-2-3-7 c. 4-1-6-2-5-7-3 b. 4-7-5-3-6-1-2 d. 4-2-3-1-5-7-6 50. makes – feel – hope – this – I – happy – you 1234567 a. 7-3-5-1-4-2-6 c. 4-3-7-1-5-2-6 b. 5-3-4-1-7-2-6 d. 5-3-7-1-4-2-6 2.
25 years and my life is still trying to get up that great big hill of hope for a destination I realized quickly when I knew I should that the hope was made for this proper hood of man for whatever that means and so I cry sometimes while im lying in bed just to get your love whats in my head and i, im feelin, a lil'paricular and so I wake in the morning and I step outside and I take a deep breath
and I kick real high and I scream at the top of my lungs whats goin on?
(chorus) and I said hey hey I said hey, whats goin on? and I said hey hey
I said hey whats goin on? oh oooh oohh ooh oh oh ooh oohh ooh oh
and I try oh my god do I try I try all the time in this institution
and I pray oh my god do I pray I pray for sake of tea
for revolution and so I cry sometimes when im lyin in bed to just to get in our love whats in my head and im feelin a lil' paricular and when I wake in the morning I step outside I take a deep breath and I kick real high and I scream at the top of my lungs whats goin on?
(Chorus 2x) oh oooh oohh ooh oh oh ooh oohh ooh oh 25 years nd my life is still trying to get up that great big hill of hope for a destionation
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