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Sukahening, Pebruari 2011

Kepala Sekolah,

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A. RAHMAT, BA NIP. 19610911 198902 1 001

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LEMBAR SUPERVISI
MATA PELAJARAN BAHASA INGGRIS BERDASARKAN PERMENDIKNAS NOMOR 46 TAHUN 2010 TAHUN PELAJARAN 2010/2011

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A. RAHMAT, BA NIP. 19610911 198902 1 001

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SALINAN LAMPIRAN PERATURAN MENTERI PENDIDIKAN NASIONAL NOMOR 46 TAHUN 2010 TANGGAL 31 DESEMBER 2010

KISI-KISI UJIAN NASIONAL TAHUN PELAJARAN 2010/2011 BAHASA INGGRIS SMP/MTs.
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STANDAR KOMPETENSI LULUSAN
MEMBACA Memahami makna dalam wacana tertulis pendek baik teks fungsional maupun esai sederhana berbentuk deskriptif (descriptive, procedure, maupun report) dan naratif (narrative dan recount) dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari.

INDIKATOR
Menentukan gambaran umum/informasi tertentu/informasi tersirat/makna kata/frasa dalam teks berbentuk caution/notice/warning. Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata makna kata/frasa dalam teks berbentuk kartu ucapan (greeting card). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/makna kata/frasa/kalimat dalam teks berbentuk (recount). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/tujuan komunikatif/makna kata/frasa/kalimat dalam teks berbentuk surat (letter). Menentukan gambaran umum/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/makna kata/frasa dalam teks berbentuk (label). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/tujuan komunikatif/makna kata/frasa/kalimat dari teks deskriptif (descriptive). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/makna kata/frasa/kalimat teks berbentuk pesan pendek (short message). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/makna kata/frasa/kalimat dalam teks iklan (advertisement). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/pesan moral/makna kata/frasa/kalimat dalam teks berbentuk naratif (narrative). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/ makna kata/frasa/kalimat dalam teks berbentuk pengumuman (announcement). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/tujuan komunikatif/makna kata/frasa/kalimat dalam teks berbentuk laporan (report).

ANALISIS JENIS TEKS Caution, Notice, Warning Greeting Card

Recount Text

Letter

Label

Descriptive Text

Short Message

Advertisement

Narrative Text

Announcement

Report Text

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Menulis Mengungkapkan makna secara tertulis teks fungsional pendek dan esai sederhana berbentuk deskriptif (descriptive, procedure, maupun report) dan naratif (narrative dan recount) dalam konteks kehidupan seharihari.

Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/makna kata/frasa/kalimat dalam teks berbentuk prosedur (procedure). Menentukan gambaran umum/pikiran utama/informasi rinci tersurat/informasi tersirat/informasi tertentu/rujukan kata/makna kata/frasa/kalimat teks berbentuk undangan (invitation). Menentukan kata yang tepat untuk melengkapi teks bentuk deskriptif /recount/procedure sederhana. Menentukan susunan kata yang tepat untuk membuat kalimat yang bermakna. Menentukan susunan kalimat yang tepat untuk membuat paragraph yang padu dan bermakna.

Procedure Text

Invitation Card Close Passage : Descriptive text Recount Text Procedure Text Jumble Words Jumble Sentences

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1. CAUTION / NOTICE / WARNING
Read the following texts to answer the questions bellow!

1. Where do you usually find the sign above? a. At railway station b. At a bus station c. At a station wagon d. At a petrol station

(P12.1.UN.0809) 2. Where will you mostly find the text? a. At an airport b. At a gas station c. At a bus station d. At a railway station

CAUTION! SWITCH OFF THE ENGINE WHILE FILLING UP A GAS TANK

Turn off the cell phone
(P70.1.UN.0809)

3. You find the notice above at the gate of housing complex It means that only … who own the houses at the housing complex can go there. a. Security Guards ACCESS FOR b. Participant c. People RESIDENTS ONLY d. Guests (P12.1.UN.0708) 4. What is the content of the text? Beware of the dog! a. Warning c. News b. Information d. Advertisement (TO.UN-1.0910) 5. What does the text mean? We … the dog. a. have c. need to be careful with b. are aware of d. like 6. Where do you usually see the text? a. In the zoo c. On the gate b. In the laboratory d. In the pet shop 7. You find the text above at … a. School b. Restaurant 8. The text above tells us that … a. We can give peanut to the monkey b. We don’t pet the animals

c. Zoo d. Airport

Please do not Feed the animal
(TO.UN-1.0809)

c. We should the animals d. We can’t give food to the animals

(TO.UN-1.0708) 9. What does the notice above mean? a. Do not disturb the children c. Do not put the thing in the place that children can reach b. Do not play with children d. Do not reach the thing
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Keep out of the reach of children

-210. Look at the picture! It means … a. Don’t park here b. No smoking area 11. The notice mean that … the grass. a. We are allowed to cut b. We are allowed to pick up c. We must not walk on d. We must not clean (UN.7.0607) c. Do not stop here d. Do not enter (TO.UN-1.0607)

NO LITTERING
12. The notice above means … a. Throw the rubbish here b. Bring your own rubbish c. Do not throw rubbish here d. Do not pick up the rubbish

(UN.21.0607)

13. Where do you usually find the sign? a. In the classroom c. In the garden b. On the bus d. On the train 14. What does the sentence mean? a. Turtle is one of the protected animals. b. We must save protected animals. c. Protected animals may be made into products, d. We can make use of protected 15. The following sign means that … a. b. STAFF c. ONLY d.

(UN.42.0607) (UN.43.0607)

Don’t use product made of protected animal

We should get in the room The room is only for the staff. We can meet a director in this room The staff cannot get in (Pred.UN.5.2009)

16. Look at the sign above and choose what it means! PLEASE SHOW THE LIBRARIAN a. Return your books before you leave the library ALL BOOKS WHEN YOU LEAVE b. The librarian needs to see your books before you go THE LIBRARY c. Make sure you take all your books with you. d. The librarian will show you where you have to put your books. (2009-hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id) 17. The notice means? a. All security staffs must give a report to the receptionist before entering the office SECURITY NOTICE b. All guests must give a security report to the ALL VISITORS receptionist before entering the office MUST REPORT TO c. All security staff must bring visitors to the RECEPTION receptionists for a report d. All guests must meet the receptionist and leave their identity before entering the office. (2009-hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id)

PLEASE TAKE A TROLLEY FOR YOUR LUGGAGE
(2009-hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id) 18. Where can you see the notice bellow? a. In a supermarket.. b. In a restaurant c. In a bank d. In an airport.

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-319. The notice above mean … a. You must pay in cash here b. Customers must buy not more than 12 items here c. Any buyers pay less than the normal price here d. Children pay less than adults here. 20. You often find this notice in the zoo. What does it mean? a. Do not buy any bananas b. Do not eat any bananas c. Do not peel any bananas d. Don’t feed animals. (Pred.UN.2007)

Under 12s HALF PRICE
(2009-hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id)

UN_C2_P17_2003/2004 21. What is Edward Teach? a. A sailor. b. A pirate. c. A thief. d. A king. 22. The notice is about .... a. a man dressing in black and unarmed c. striking features of Edward Teach b. seeking a robber and murderer d. a reward from Edward Teach 23. Which sentence is NOT TRUE according to the notice? a. The pirate’s name is Edward Teach. b. Besides a robber, the pirate ia also a murderer. c. One who can catch him will get £1000. d. If you can catch the pirate, you must immediately kill him.

AFTER CLOSING TIME RETURN THE BOOKS HERE!

(UN-12-2009/2010)

24. What does the notice mean? a. You cannot return the borrowed book if the library is closed. b. The book return service is available after hours only. c. You should put the books here if you return them after the closing time. d. You can borrow books from this counter even if the library is closed. 25. The text above means that we ... turn off NOTICE the laser in emergency. a. are not allowed to c. have to IN EMERGENCY b. are forbidden to d. may PUSH SWITCH TO (UN-12-2009/2010)

SHUTDOWN LASER

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(P12.7.UN.0708) 26. The warning means... a. it will be good if we take the picture of the sun b. it will be better if we take the picture of other intense light sources c. if we aim the camera directly into the sun, the sun will have problem d. our eyes might be in danger if the camera is aimed into the sun or intense light resources 27. Where do you usually find this notice! SILENT a. Bank EXAMINATION IS IN b. School c. Library PROGRESS d. Theatre www.ujiannasional.org 28. You read a notice in front of a house like the one the right. What does it mean? a. People must not stop in front of it. b. Visitor cannot drop by there now c. Pedestrian may not cross there d. Other People must not enter it www.sma8.com

NO ADMINTANCE

29. The notice on the right is on the wall of “SMP Taruna”. What does it mean? a. Students may not have rubbish in the school. b. Students should throw the rubbish into the dustbin. THROW THE RUBBISH c. The rubbish in the dustbin must be throw away everyday. INTO THE DUSTBIN d. The dustbin is a place where students can throw the rubbish. www.sma8.com 30.

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2. GREETING CARD
Read the following texts to answer the questions bellow!
To: Ratih

I’d like to congratulate you on passing your exam. I do hope you are always successful.
Loves, Joshua

(P12.2.UN.0809) 1. Why does Joshua send the card? Because … a. he wants to tell Ratih about his exam. b. he wants to congratulate Ratih. 2. Who is the writer of the text? a. Ratih. b. Joshua. 3. The text above is … a. Greeting Card b. Announcement c. his exam is difficult to do. d. he wants to be successful. c. The reader. c. Advertisement d. Someone. d. Shopping list

4. Why did Ramadhan send greeting card to Maya? Because … Representing the students of SMP Global, a. she won the semi final story telling contest. we would like to congratulate you on b. she represents the students of SMP Global. winning the semi final story telling contest. Keep on practicing Maya! You will win the c. She will keep on practising the story telling final story telling contest next week. May d. she joined the story telling contest. god always guide you. 5. Who is Ramadhan? a. The teacher of SMP Global Chair person of Students Union, b. The contestant of Story Telling Contest c. The winner of Story Telling Contest Ramadhan d. Chair person of Students Union (P70.2.UN.0809) 6. When will the final story telling contest held? a. Student Organization c. in the SMP Global b. next week d. before semi final story telling contest 7. “Keep on Practising Maya!” The same meaning of the underlined word is … a. never b. always c. stop d. come back 8. What kind of text is it? a. Greeting Card b. Invitation c. Short Message d. Advertisement 9. Who the winner of the Speech Contest? a. Shinta c. The readers b. Dedi d. The writer
Dear Dedi, Congratulation on your success as the first prize in the speech contest. Happy to hear that. Yours, Shinta

(TO.UN-1.0910)
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-610. Is the receiver of card the winner of the story telling contest? a. Yes, he does b. No, he doesn’t c. Yes, he is 11. “Congratulation on your success …” The opposite word of the underlined word is … a. Fail b. Well done c. Lucky
Dear Deny, Congratulation on Your Success as the best student in your class. Happy to hear that. Yours, Shinta

d. No, he isn’t

d. The winner

(UAS-1.VII.0910) 12. What is the main idea of the text above? a. Deny congratulates Shinta c. Deny invites Shinta b. Shinta congratulates Deny d. Shinta invites Deny 13. “… as the best student in your class.” What is the antonym of “best” a. clever b. good c. Smart d. worst 14. Which one of the statements is true? a. Shinta is very smart c. Shinta is Deny’s mother b. Deny is Shinta’s father d. Deny is very smart in his class 15. How is Shinta on knowing that Deny is the best student in his class? a. She is angry to him c. She likes it b. She is very disappointed to him d. She is sad 16. Who has just received a promotion? a. Dana b. You c. Raushana d. My Sweetheart (P12.UN.0910) Congratulation on your new position, my sweetheart, Dana Always believe in you. Listen to your heart. Trust your instinct. Know you can … Love, Raushana

Dear Juliette, All the hard work you have put, all the sacrifice you have made, has finally paid off. Congratulation on your success to be the winner of the speech contest for Junior High School level 2010. We are proud of you. Student Union Organizer 17. Student Union organizer congratulates Juliette on … a. her sacrifice to be a junior high school student b. her hard work to join the contest c. her winning the speech d. her final goal to have a high level

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-73. RECOUNT TEXT Hexa and I camped in the mountain last weekend. It was very beautiful and very quiet there. The air was fresh. The location of our camp site was on the top of a hill, so we could see the scenery around us. It was amazing. It was green everywhere. It was also easy to get water as it was near a small river. You see the water is as clear as a crystal. We brought a lot of food from home. There were some noodles, cans of sardines, soft drink, and biscuit. Hexa brought cooking utensils for cooking noodle. On the first day, we spent our time setting up tent and exploring the surrounding area. I was happy to find that there were many campers there. At night, after we had dinner, we met other campers even danced. We went to bed almost dawn. No wonder we got up late at the following day. We hiked with others campers until afternoon. We did not realize that it was almost 5 in the afternoon and we had to go back home soon. It was really nice. I planned to go there again on the next long holiday. I would ask other friends to join. (P12.13-15.UN.0809) 1. What was amazing according to the writer of the text? a. The location of the campsite c. The scenery around the campsite. b. The fresh air of the mountain d. The small river in the mountain 2. What did the writer do on the second day of their Camping activity? a. They chatted and played guitar c. They hiked with the other campers. b. They had a greet and meet activity d. They laughed and sang songs together 3. “…we spent our time setting up tent exploring the surrounding area” What does the underlined mean? a. Traveling through to learn about it b. Going backward and forward to watch something c. Observing carefully to examine something d. Looking for something in surrounding area. Last Sunday Jenny went to the circus with Eddy and Willy to spend their school holiday. First, they saw the seals performance. The seals balanced themselves on tires and rolled round the ring. A seal balanced on a stool with an umbrella on its nose. After that, the trainer fed them fish. The next item was knife-throwing act. Jenny was afraid to watch it, so she covered her eyes with her hand. Not long after, it was the lion’s act. It was the most exciting performance. The lion jumped through the burning hoops. Everyone held their breath when the lion trainer put his head into the lion’s mouth. Finally, it was the clown’s act. Jenny and her brother liked the clown’s act best. They looked funny with their painted faces and baggy costumes. One of them swung a pail at Jenny. She screamed! Scraps of paper flew out of the pail and audience laughed. At the end of show, everyone clapped loudly. (P70.13-15.UN.0809) 4. What was the last performance that Jenny saw? a. The best costumes c. The magic pail b. The clown’s act. d. The lion’s act 5. What did one of the clowns do to Jenny? a. He swung a pail of paper scrap. c. He painted her faces b. He clapped his hands d. He laughed at her 6. “The lion jumped through the burning hoops” (Paragraph 2) The word “hoops” means … a. Strong cages c. Flat wood boards b. Newly built den d. Circular piece of metal or wood.
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-8Mr. and Mrs. Charly were on a tour in Europe. They were traveling on a guide tour to five countries. They were going to travel through the Netherland, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and France for two week. The guide for the tour was a Swiss. On the day 1st of the travel the guide told them to check their passports, their traveler cheques and their foreign cash. He told them to keep them safely. They traveled in a comfortable coach with a toilet, music, and video. The guide stopped the coach at many famous places. He explained the culture importance of the place. They stay in a big hotel for the night and ate in the restaurants. On the way, they stopped at small inns to eat lunch. In big towns, they went for shopping. They bought many souvenirs for their friends. They enjoyed the two-week tour. (P12.20-24.UN.0708) 7. The text about … a. Traveling. b. Shopping c. Tracking d. Visiting 8. When were Mr. and Mrs. Charly touring? a. Africa b. Europe. c. America d. Australia 9. The guide told them to check their immigration…, such as passport, visa, and exit permit. a. Papers b. Letters c. Records d. Documents. 10. What is paragraph three about? a. Shopping in big town c. Visiting in interesting places. b. Staying in famous place d. Eating in big restaurant 11. “They enjoyed the two-week tour” The underlined word has the same meaning as… a. got bored with c. became addicted to b. got pleasure from. d. planned well became amazed at Last week my parents, sister, brother and I went to the zoo. We went there for recreation. We left at 6.00 a.m. and arrived (here at 8.00 a.m. It is about a hundred kilometers to go to the zoo from my house. There were a lot of people watching a giant snake. The snake was there for about a week. It was 9 meters long. I thought it was the biggest snake I had ever seen. After going around and watching various animals, we went home. On the way home, we stopped at the Borobudur temple for half an hour. (22-25.Ujian Nasional.2006) 12. Which is the most suitable title for the text above? a. Going to the zoo c. Going to Borobudur b. Having recreation. d. Watching a giant snake 13. How many people were looking at a giant snake? a. Several b. some c. a few d. many. 14. How many persons did the writer go to the zoo with? a. Two b. Three c. Four. d. Five 15. “After going around and watching various animals, we went home.” (Paragraph 2) The italic word has the same meaning as … a. different. b. similar c. wild d. mean Mr. and Mrs. Gunawarman were on a tour of Europe. They were traveling on; a guided tour of five countries. They were going to travel through Holland, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and France for two weeks. The guide for the tour was a Swiss. On the day of the travel, the guide told them to check their passports, their traveler’s checks their foreign cash. He told them to keep them safely. They traveled in a comfortable poach with a toilet, music, and video. The guide stopped the coach at many famous places. He explained the cultural importance of the places. They stayed
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-9in big hotels for the night and ate in the restaurants. On the way, they stopped at small inns to eats lunch. In the big towns they went shopping. They bought many souvenirs for their friends. They enjoyed the two week tour. (26-30.Ujian Nasional.2004) 16. What is the text about? a. Guided tour in Europe c. The sightseeing in Europe countries b. Tour guide from Switzerland d. Mr. & Mrs. Gunawarman’s tour to Europe. 17. Where was Mr. & Mrs. Gunawarman’s guide from? a. Belgium b. Germany c. Holland d. Switzerland. 18. What Mr. & Mrs. Gunawarman did during the tour is found in… a. Paragraph 1 b. Paragraph 2 c. Paragraph 3 d. Paragraph 4 19. The incorrect statement according to the text is ... a. Mr. and Mrs. Gunawarman were traveling to five countries b. All tourists should bring and keep their foreign cash c. The guide slops the coach at every famous place d. The guide bought souvenirs and gave Diem to the tourists. 20. "The guide stopped the coach..." (Paragraph 3). The underlined word means ... a. The bus that carries tourists on long journey. b. Someone who shows interesting places to the tourists c. An enclosed four-wheeled vehicle pulled by horses d. Someone who trains traveling athletes Last month SLTP Utama team entered for a tug-of-war (tarik tambang) contest with SLTP Bangsa. Two weeks before the contest the boys of "SLTP Utama team" started practicing hard. "We must learn to pull the rope together at her same time." said Amin, their team leader. ''Only then will our team be strong". On the day of the contest the team from SLTP Bangsa arrived at SLTP Utama in a bus. Everyone was surprised to see, that these boys were much taller and bigger than the boys of SLTP Utama. "We'll surely lose," said Rano, a member of SLTP Utama. "Don't give up so easily," said Amin. "We must try our best". Soon the contest began. Which team do you think won the contest? It was SLTP Utama. It was too strong for the SLTP Bangsa team. Why was that so? You see the SLTP Utama boys pulled the rope together at the same time. SLTP Bangsa boys, on the other hand, were not united at all. (13-15.Ujian Nasional.2002) 21. When did SLTP Utama team enter for the tug-of-war contest with SLTP Bangsa? a. Two weeks before the contest c. At the same time b. On the day of the contest d. Last month. 22. Which is the best title for the text above? a. The strong boys c. The students' competition b. The winner of the contest d. The tug-of-war contest. 23. Why did the SLTP Bangsa team lose the contest? a. They pulled the rope at the same time c. They were not united b. They were taller and bigger d. They gave up easily Last year my family had a trip to Bali. My parents, my elder sister and I spent three days. We had a flight to Bali. We arrived there at 9 a.m. Then, we checked in the hotel. It was not big, but comfortable. After taking a rest and having a shower, we had a lunch in the restaurant of the hotel. In the afternoon, we went to Sanur beach. There were a lot of tourists enjoying the beautiful beach. Some of domestic and foreign tourists surfed on the beach. They really enjoyed it. My sister and I played the sand. We built a castle from the sand.

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- 10 On the second day, we had a shopping in the traditional market near the hotel. My mother bought a new dress, while my father chose a leather jacket. My sister bought a pair of unique glasses and a cap while I liked having T-shirts. On the last day, we checked out the hotel. We left the hotel at 8 a.m. It was really an amazing holiday. (TO.UN.29-34.0910) 24. What is the text about? a. Amazing Bali c. Shopping in Bali b. Surfing on the Beach d. The writer’s amazing holiday in Bali. 25. How did they go to Bali? a. By ship b. By car c. By plane. d. By train 26. “The family did shopping” The idea found in paragraph … a. One b. Two c. Three. d. Four 27. How was the hotel? a. Small and comfortable. c. Big and comfortable b. Small but not comfortable d. Big and not comfortable 28. “They really enjoyed it.” (Paragraph 2) The underlined word refers to … a. The beach b. Surfing on the beach. c. The sand d. A castle Cassius Clay (born 1942) was also known as Mohammed Ali. He changed his name when he joined the black Moslem. In 1960, he won a gold medal at the Olympic Games. Four years later, he took the professional world championship from Sony Liston. Lighter and faster than any other heavyweight boxer of his time, he liked to boast as he could “float like a butterfly and sting like a bee. (TO.UN.5-6.0607) 29. When did Cassius Clay change his name? a. When he joined the black Moslem. c. When he won the gold medal b. Four years later after he won the medal d. Four years later after he beat Sony Liston 30. How old was Mohammed Ali when he won the Professional World Championship? a. 14 years old b. 22 years old. c. 18 years old d. 26 years old It was a man who lived before the time of Christopher Columbus. He was the world's first great traveler. His name was Marco Polo. With his father and his uncle, he traveled from Italy to China, crossing mountains and deserts togethere. In China a king, Kublai Khan, was pleased to see the Polos and asked them to live near to him. They stayed for twenty-three years. Kublai Khan sent Marco to other countries to do business for him. When Marco finally returned to Italy, he wrote all about his adventures in a book. Then Columbus and many other people read it and he also became interested in traveling to strange countries. (2009-hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id) 31. The main idea of the story is…. a. The world's first great traveler. c. The Polo family. b. Traveling from Italy to China d. Marco Polo and Kublai Khan 32. Why was Marco Polo called as a great traveler? a. Because he traveled very far to reach China. b. Because he wrote about his adventures in a book, which many people read c. Because he was loved by the king of China d. Because he met Columbus to travel around the world 33. “…he also became interested in traveling to strange countries.” (lines 7 and 8 ) What does the word “he” refers to?
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- 11 a. Kublai Khan b. Marco Polo c. Other people d. Columbus.

Alexander Graham Bell is famous for his invention of the telephone, one of the important devices that have helped build modern life. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on March 3, 1847 Bell was educated in Edinburgh high School and at the university Edinburgh and London. He was the son of Mileville Bell, who devoted his time to teaching deaf people. At the age of 23, being threatened with tuberculosis, Alexander moved to Canada with his family in 1870. The following year, following his father’s profession, he started teaching deaf people in Boston. Teaching deaf people was the Bell family’s profession. His grandfather also taught deaf people in Scotland. Alexander Graham Bell taught not only the deaf, he did even more than that. He opened a private school to train teachers for the deaf. (2009-hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id) 34. Why did Alexander move to Canada with his family? Because… a. he taught the deaf there c. he followed his father to teach the deaf b. he wanted to invent a device to help the deaf d. he was threatened with tuberculosis. 35. When did Alexander start to teach the deaf in Canada? a. 1847 b. 1870 c. 1871 d. 1875 36. “Alexander Graham Bell is famous for his invention of the telephone.” The word “famous” has the same meaning with… a. Very good b. Well-known. c. Surprised d. Extraordinary The first Olympic Games were held at Olympia in 776 BC. The games were also called the ancient Olympic Games. There was only one sport event, a running race. The competitors of the game were only men, while women were not allowed to join. Later on more events were held, for example, long jump, javelin throw, boxing, etc. The winners of the game just received a crown of leaves, but it was a great honor. The Olympic Games were then stopped. However, a Frenchman, Barron Pierre Coubertin, revived them in 1896. They were held in Athena, Greece. The games became the first modern Olympic Games. There were thirteen countries joining these games and nine sports were on the agenda. The purpose of joining the game was not merely to be the winner but to take part. The winners of the competition do not get crown of leaves but they get medal instead. (2009-hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id) 37. The information about when the first Olympic Games took place is found in… a. Paragraph 1. b. Paragraph 2 c. Paragraph 3 d. Paragraph 4 38. In the modern Olympic Games, the first winners receive… a. A crown of leaves b. Silver medals c. Gold medals. d. Bronze medals 39. ‘_____but it was a great honor.’ (paragraph.1) The underlined word means a feeling of… a. Disappointment b. Satisfaction c. Happiness d. Pride. 40. ‘_____a Frenchman, Barron Pierre Coubertin, revived them in 1896’ (paragraph2) The opposite meaning of the underlined word is… a. Stopped b. Generated c. Started d. Continued.

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- 12 A man had a parrot. It was a very beautiful bird and every day the man talked to it. "Pretty Polly," he said. "You are a pretty Polly." "Pretty Polly," the parrot said. "You are Pretty Polly." Every day the man spoke new words to the parrot "Hallo" he said, and "Goodbye." One day the parrot was not in its cage. It was flying about the room. The man came into the room and saw the parrot. "What are you doing?" he said. "What are you doing?" the parrot said. The man laughed. Then he went out to visit his friends. That evening a thief came to the house. He walked round the house and looked into the windows. There was no one at home. The thief broke open the door and entered the house. First he went into the sitting room. In the sitting room he found some bowls and vases. He put them into a sack. Then he went into the bedroom. In the bedroom he found a gold watch and some money. He put these into the sack, too. He stole many things from the house and put them into his sack. The sack was soon full. The thief put it over his shoulder and walked to the door. He opened the door and looked out. There was no one there. "What are you doing?" a voice said. The thief jumped high into the air and dropped his sack. Then he ran out of the house and down the road. "What are you doing?" the voice said again: "Pretty Polly. Hallo, Goodbye. What are you doing?" __EBTANAS 1985 41. To whom did the parrot belong? a. Pretty Polly c. A man b. A thief d. A beautiful bird 42. What did the parrot do one day? a. It saw the man's friends. c. It taught the man some words. b. It refused to talk. d. It flew about the room. 43. What did the parrot do when the man spoke new words to it? a. It understood the new words. c. It spoke the new words. b. It said "Hallo" and "Goodbye". d. It flew about the room. 44. Why did the man laugh? a. He saw the parrot flying. c. A thief came into his house b. The parrot was not in its cage. d. It could imitate him. 45. Who did the man visit? a. A thief c. A funny man b. His friends d. No one 46. Who did the thief see at home? a. The man's friends c. The owner of the parrot. b. The man d. No one. 47. What did the thief try to steal in the bedroom? a. A gold watch and some money. c. The key to the door. b. The parrot. d. Some bowls and vases. 48. What did the thief put into his sack? a. The parrot and many things. c. Some bowls and vases. b. A lot of things. d. A gold watch and some money. 49. Who did the thief hear? a. A policeman. c. The parrot. b. The owner of the house. d. The owner's friends.
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- 13 50. Why did the thief run out of the house? a. Someone saw him. b. He made a loud noise. c. He heard a policeman. d. The parrot frightened him.

One day Tomy was walking home from school. He saw a man coming out of a shop. The man was carrying a lot of things. He was walking toward his car. Suddenly something fell from his pocket. Tomy saw it, but the man did not. Tomy ran and picked up the thing. It was a wallet. "Sir! You dropped your wallet". Tomy called. The man stopped and turned round. "You dropped your wallet," Tomy repeated. "Here it is. It fell from your pocket when you were walking." Tomy gave him the wallet. "Oh, thank you very much," the man said. "It's all right." Tomy answered. The man opened the wallet and took out some money. "Here, this is for you," he said. Tomy refused saying "I don't want the money, I just wanted to help you." The man smiled and said, "All right, I'm not going to five you any money, but please, let me take you home." "All right," Tomy said, and got into the car. In the car they talked about Tomy's school. Tomy was telling him about his friends when they arrived. "This is my house," Tomy said. "Won't you come in?" The man went with Tomy into the house. He met Tomy's parents and told them what had happened, Tomy's parents were very proud of their son. __EBTANAS 1990 51. What did the man do after receiving something from Tomy? He… a. dropped the wallet c. stopped and turned round b. opened it and took out some money d. gave Tomy the wallet 52. What is the main idea in the first paragraph? The boy … a. always walked home slowly c. saw something fall b. didn't know what had happened d coming out from a shop 53. The best title of the text above is ... A. A careless Boy B. An honest Boy C. A naughty Boy D. An Unkind Boy 54. Suddenly something fell. Tomy saw it. "it" here refers to a ... a. Boy b. Wallet c. bag d. purse 55. He met Tomy's parents and told them what had happened, "them" here refers to ... a. The man and his parents c. Tomy and the man b. Tomy and his parents d. Mother and father THE TWO SEASONS IN INDONESIA It was a hot afternoon. Ram and Her friend Janet were on a bus on their way to the swimming pool. "It's a lovely day. Just light for swimming. I'm glad we decided to go for a swim," Janet said. "I am too. But perhaps there’re a lot of people at the swimming pool. I hope (= mengharap) the weather stays this way the whole afternoon. This is the beginning of the wet season and it's difficult to predict the weather. Sometimes it's nice and sunny, the suddenly it rains heavily." "When is the rainy season in Indonesia?"
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- 14 "The wet season it from November to April and it is followed by the dry season, which lasts from May to October. You know we have only two seasons in Indonesia," Rani answered. "Does it rain very hard during the wet season?" "Yes, it does. But the heavy downpours are interspersed with periods of sunshine. It seldom happens that it rains or that the sky is overcast for days on end. Thunderstorms are frequent during the rainy season, and so are floods. And the heaviest rainfall is in December and January," Rani explained to her friend. "What's the average rainfall for the whole country?" Janet wanted to know. 'It's about 102 cm or 40 inches. But even in the middle of the rainy season the temperature ranges from 21 °C. to 60°C. or 70°F to 90°F in the coastal regions. In the highlands it is cooler, of course." Just then the bus shopped and the two girls got off and walked to the swimming pool. _EBTANAS 1992 56. When does it rain most heavily? a. May and October c. December and January b. November and April d. October and December 57. The main idea of the third paragraph is about the ... a. nice and sunny day c. beginning of the wet season b. the heavy rainfall d. weather which is difficult to predict 58. It was a hot afternoon. Rani and her friend were on a bus on their way to the swimming pool, The word "it" in the statement above refers to ... a. season b. weather c. sun d. moon 59. The heavy downpours are interspersed with periods of sunshine. It seldom happens that it rains or that the sky is overcast for days on end. The word "overcast" Here means ... a. sunshine c. not cold c. cloudy d. frequent COLLECTING STAMPS It was five o'clock on Sunday afternoon. Irwan and Mira wanted to go to Andi's house. Andi is their cousin. Irwan wore his brown trousers and white shirt. Mira wore her green dress. They rode their bikes to Andi's house. "Hello, Aunt Tina," they said when they arrived "Hello," Mrs. Wijaya said, "I think Andi's expecting you. He's in the living-room working on his stamps." Irwan and Mira went into the living-room. "Hi, Andi," they said. "Hi, Irwan. Hello Mira. Come in. Sit down and look at my stamps. I have some new ones," said Andi. He showed his stamps to his cousins. "Oh," said Irwan. "You have some good ones. How long have you collected them?" "I've collected them since last year. My father's office receives letters from other towns, and from other countries. So he often gives me stamps," said Andi. "I like this one, Andi," said Mira, "It’s from India." "Yes," said Andi. "Uncle Ahmad has given stamps to me. He's in New Delhi now. He has been there for two years. "Have you had stamps from Africa yet?" asked Irwan. "No, I haven't had any yet. But I'd like to get some." "I can give you some," said Irwan. "Thanks, and I can give you some stamps from India," said Andi "That's fine," said Irwan," Then we can trade some stamps." The children talked about their stamps for a while Irwan and Mira went home at 5.30 p.m. __EBTANAS 1993
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- 15 60. Who visited Andi on Sunday afternoon? A. Iwan and Ina B. Mirna and Iwan C. Irwan and Mira D. Mira and Andi 61. Andi received Indian stamps from his ... A. aunt B. cousin C. father D. uncle 62. "I think Andi expecting you," The word "you" here refers to ... A. Irwan and Mira B. Irma and Marni C. Maman and Mimin D. Tina and Tono 63. How long has Andi collected the stamps? A. one year B. two years C. three years D. years 64. "Then we can trade some stamps." The word "trade" here means ... A. buy B. give C. sell D. swap Dr. Muhammad Hatta Every country has its great men and Women who are remembered for what they have done for their country. One of the Indonesia's great men is Dr. Mohammad Hatta. He was a man with a deep love of his country and his people. Dr. Mohammad Hatta was born in Bukittinggi on 12th August 1902. While still in. Junior High School in Bukittinggi he became interested in politics and joined the, League of Young Sumatrans. He left Bukittinggi to study in Batavia. Then he went to the Netherlands, where he studied economics and gained a doctorate. During his stay there he was active in the Nationalist Movement Because of his activities he was arrested. At his trial he presented a brilliant (= cemerlang) defense and was acquitted. In 1932 Hatta returned to Indonesia. He joined a political organization called "Pendidikan Nasional Indonesia". One of its goals (= tujuan) was to develop political awareness among the Indonesian people. His activities again led to his arrest. The colonial government exiled him to Boven Digul and later to Banda Neira: Shortly before Japanese invasion he was brought back to Java. When the Japanese surrendered in August 1945, Soekarno and Hatta proclaimed Indonesia's Independence. Hatta became the first Vice-President of the Republic of Indonesia. In 1956 Hatta resigned as Vice-President, and devoted himself to writing. On 14th March, 1981 Dr. Mohammad Hatta died in Jakarta. But people will always remember him as a great statesman of Indonesia. __EBTANAS 1993 65. Where did Dr. Mohammad Hatta receive his early education? A. Banda Neira B. Batavia C. Boven Digul D. Bukittinggi 66. At his trial Dr. Mohammad Hatta was found ... A. acquitted B. guilty C. not guilty D. not true 67. In the sentence "During his stay there he was active in the Nationalist Movement." The word "there" here refers to ... A. Batavia B. Bukittinggi C. England D. Holland 68. How long was Dr. Mohammad Hatta Vice-President of Indonesia? A. eleven B. twelve C. fifteen D. forty-three 69. In the sentence "The colonial government exiled him to Boven Digul and later to Banda Neira." The word "later" here has the same meaning as ... A. from B. soon C. than D. then "Tomorrow is our National Heroes" Day. Therefore in our history lesson today I want to discuss its background." Mr. Suhita said at beginning of the lesson. "This takes us back to bloody battle in Surabaya on I0m November, 1945. After Japanese surrendered the Allied (= sekutu) forces landed in Indonesia to disarm the Japanese troops. They
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- 16 agreed not to interfere in the internal affairs (= urusan dalam negeri) of our new republic. But they did not keep their promise, and fight between the Indonesians and the Allies in different parts of the country were inevitable One of the battles broke out in Surabaya where Brigadier-General Mallaby of the Allied forces was killed. This made the Allies very angry. The commander of the Allied forces for East Java, Major-General Mansergh, issued (= mengeluarkan) an ultimatum. It said that the authority and the people of Surabaya had to hand over any weapons the possessed. The deadline was 6 a.m. on 10th November. "The ultimatum was ignored. Therefore, the Allied forces attacked Surabaya on 10th November 1945. They were much better armed than the Indonesian fighters. The kampongs were in flames. The Indonesians fought the enemy very bravely. The Allies won the battle but they suffered a great loss. "So you see that November 10th is an important date in the history of the Indonesia struggle for independence. That is why we commemorate the day every year. It reminds us of our heroes' courage in the battle and their dedication to the country." __EBTANAS 1993 70. When did the battle of Surabaya take place? A. 5th November 1945 C. 20th December 1950 B. 10th November 1945 D. 25th December 1950 71. The Allied Forces became very angry because ... A. their general was killed C. they won the battle but they suffered a great loss B. the fighter fought the enemy bravely D. Indonesian fighters also used sharpened bamboo's 72. The suitable title of the text above is ... A. The Bloody battle C. The Freedom of Indonesia B. The Indonesian's Struggle D. The Battle of Surabaya 73. It said that the authority and the people of Surabaya had to hand over any weapons the possessed. The deadline was 6 a.m. on 10th November. "It" in line refers to ... A. weapon B. deadline C. ultimatum D. authority 74. They were armed much better than the Indonesian fighters. The underlined word means ... A. force B. enemies C. soldiers D. authority BOROBUDUR The Borobudur temple, with its seven terraces and its stupas, is the world's largest Buddhist temple. The Sailendra dynasty built Borobudur in the ninth century. Not long after that people left the area but no one knows why they left. For the next 800 years people almost forgot the temple because it was buried under earth and trees, this caused a lot of damage. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, first the British government, and then the Dutch Government attempted to uncover the temple. They thought "If we don't try to save this temple, we will lose it". Later on, the Indonesian government also made efforts to preserve the temple. So several years ago they asked UNESCO to help restore it. Then helps came from many countries. In 1973 the restoration work began. A team of Indonesia and foreign expert and hundreds of Indonesian workers tried to rebuild the temple. It was a big job. First they took down more than two million stones of the temple
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- 17 piece by piece. Then they cleaned, repaired and treated them. After that they returned each stones to its proper place. They also strengthened the inside of the temple. At the beginning of 1983 the work was completed. Experts believe that temple will last for another thousand years or more if nothing serious happens. Unfortunately, however, some people do not realize how valuable this monument is, and recently caused serious damage to it. We hope that this will never happen again. 75. Who though that if we don't try to save Borobudur temple, we will lose it? A. Indonesian, the British and the Dutch C. Dutch and the Indonesia B. British and the Indonesia D. British and the Dutch 76. After ... they returned each stone to its proper place. A. taking down more than two million stones B. cleaning, repairing and. treating them C. strengthening the inside of the temple D. trying to rebuild the temple strengthening 77. Then they cleaned, repaired and treated them. The underlined word "them" refers to ... A. workers B. experts C. stones D. temples 78. What does the letter "E" in UNESCO stand for? A. economical B. educational C. elemental D. ecological 79. A team of Indonesian and foreign experts tried to rebuild the temple, "experts" means: persons ... A. with special knowledge C. who know a lot of knowledge B. in special science D. who get a small amount of knowledge One day Tomy was walking home from school. He saw a man coming put of a shop. The man was carrying a lot of things. He was walking toward his car. Suddenly something feel from his pocket. Tomy saw it, but the man did not. Tomy ran and picked up the thing. It was a wallet. "Sir!, you dropped your wallet," Tomy called. The man stopped and turned round. "You dropped your wallet," Tomy repeated. "Here it is. It fell from your pocket when you were walking." Tomy gave him the wallet. "Oh, thank you very much," the man said. "It's all right," Tomy answered. The man opened the wallet and took out some money. "Here, this is for you," he said. Tomy refused saying "I don't want the money; I just wanted to help you." The man smiled and said, All right, I am not going to give you away any money, but please, let me take you home. "All right," Tomy said and got into the car. In the car they talked about Tomy's school. Tomy was telling him about his friends when they arrived. "This is my house," Tomy said. "Won't you come in?" The man went with Tomy into the house. He met Tomy's parents and told them what happened. Tomy's parents were very proud of their son. __EBTANAS 1995 80. What was Tomy doing at the beginning? A. He was-taking a wallet. C. He was coming out of a shop. B. He was carrying a lot of things. D. He was walking home from school. 81. 'Tomy was telling him about his friends when they arrived." The word "they" refers to ... A. the man and Tomy's father C. Tomy arid his friends B. the man and Tomy D. Tomy and his parents
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- 18 82. Who told Tomy's parents what had happened? A. Tomy B. The man C. Tomy's friend D. The man's friend Last weekend the girl scouts and the boy scouts had a 'Persami' activity outside their school. They left for the woods at five in the morning. After a long drive they arrived at the woods and found a good camping site. "Let's set up our tents here," said the leader. Then they started to work, They needed a pole, some rope and nails for each tent. In a short time the tents are ready and they put a small flag on top of each tent. The girls made a fire and cooked their lunch while the boys were busy working. As soon as the lunch was ready, they immediately started to eat. Of course it was a very simple dish but a very good lunch for them. After a little rest the leader blew his whistle and all the girl scouts and the boy scouts gathered around to start their 'Persami' program. __EBTANAS 1998 83. What are needed to set up the tents? A. Some poles rope and nails. C. The tents and the place. B. Some poles and flags. D. The fire, the tents, and the meals. 84. Let set up our tents here, 'said the leader, (paragraph 2) The italic phrase means ... A. make B. build C. stand up D. get ready Since 1978 the Government of the Republic of Indonesia has been working to conserve endangered and other species of wildlife in captivity. It works together with international agencies, government organizations, and other institutions. The breeding of wildlife is to maintain their existence and to keep them from extinction. The breeding of Sumatran rhinos is at Torgamba area, and the Komodo dragon is successfully bred in Surabaya Zoo. Since 1979 the zoo has produced at least 40 animals. The zoo has also been successful in breeding the Bawean deer. Some of the zoo-bred animals have been distributed to ether zoos and released to their wild habitats. Two species of non-protected marine turtle are hawksbill and green turtle. This is done to solve and to control the problem of their eggs consumed by local people^ The hatcheries are developed in Bali and in West Java. __ EBTANAS 2000 85. When did the government of Indonesia start conserving wildlife? A. In 1931 B. In 1980 C. In 1979 D. In 1978 , 86. The last paragraph is about ... A. the joint efforts to conserve endangered wildlife B. the successful breeding of the Komodo dragon C. the successful breeding of Bawean deer in the D. the measures taken to prevent hawksbill green turtle from extinction 87. What wildlife does our Government conserve? A. Domestic animals C. All the mammalian species B. Organism found in the sea D. Endangered and other species Johan promised to pickup his girl friend from the office at 5 yesterday. As he had urgent work to finish he just stopped working at 5 pm. He ran all the way to the bus stop but he missed it. He decided to take a taxi and arrived at his girl friend’s office at 5.10 but she was not there. 88. How long was he late? A. He was a few minutes late C. Only a little time B. He was a few hours late D. More than ten minutes
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- 19 The bell was ringing. It was time for Adi's class to have Physics in the laboratory. They enjoy studying Physics in the laboratory. They have chances to use the apparatus like flashs, pipettes, test tubes, etc and to make simple experiments. Adi was in the same group as Rita. They also wore white uniform called a lab coat like the 'others. They prepared the apparatus very carefully since they were; made of glass. The teacher was distributing the worksheet when suddenly she heard a little scream. It was from Adi. He was not so careful that the test tube knocked on the table, broke a little and cut his finger. The teacher took care of him soon. _ UN 2002 89. Who is preparing the instruments for the experiment? A. Girls B. Boys C. The teacher D. Every student 90. What happened to Adi's finger? A. It was cut by the glass apparatus C. It was cut by a knife B. It broke an apparatus D. It knocked the apparatus 91. What does the second paragraph tell about? A. How to operate the apparatus C. The activities in the laboratory B. The instruments for the experiment D. The Physics class in the second period Last month SLTP Utama team entered for a tug-of-war (tarik tambang) contest with SLTP Bangsa. Two weeks before the contest the boys of "SLTP Utama team" started practicing hard. "We must learn to pull the rope together at she same time." said Amin, their team leader. ''Only then will our team be strong". On the day of the contest the team from SLTP Bangsa arrived at SLTP Utama in a bus. Everyone was surprised to see, that these boys were much taller and bigger than the boys of SLTP Utama. "We'll surely lose," said Rano, a member of SLTP Utama "Don't give up so easily," said Amin. "We must try our best". Soon the contest began. Which team do you think won the contest? It was SLTP Utama. It was too strong for the SLTP Bangsa team. Why was that so? You .see the SLTP Utama boys pulled the rope together at the same time. SLTP Bangsa boys, on the other hand, were not united at all. __ EBTANAS 2002 92. When did SLTP Utama team enter for the tug-of-war contest with SLTP Bangsa? A. Two weeks before the contest C. At the same time B. On the day of the contest D. Last month 93. Which is the best title for the text above? A. The strong boys C. The students' competition B. The winner of the contest D. The tug-of-war contest^ 94. Why did the SLTP Bangsa team lose the contest? A. They pulled the rope at the same time C. They were not united B. They were taller and bigger D. They gave up easily Black Beauty Farmer Gray was the kindest master in the world. He was proud of me, and called me Black Beauty. I had a white spot on my forehead and one white foot. He trained me to pull a carriage. Then I learn to wear a saddle and carry a rider on my back. One day, Farmer Gray said. “A good horse like you does not live on a farm. So you will be going to live with Squire Gordon and his family. “I was very sad to leave my mother and my home.” However, when I saw my masters I knew I would be happy with them. They lived in a big mansion and welcomed me warmly. Mrs. Gordon was pale and ill, but she smiled when she saw me.
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- 20 The groom who looked after the stables was John Manly. He loved horses. He introduced me to Merrylegs, the children’s pony, Ginger, and old mare. She was not a bad horse, but had been ill-treated in the past. UN_C2_P1_2003/2004 95. What did Black Beauty learn from Farmer Gray? a. Working in a farm. b. Running in a farm. c. Carrying a rider. d. Pulling a carriage. 96. Why was the horse sad to leave Farmer Gray? a. Farmer Gray didn’t love it. c. It couldn’t stand living on a farm. b. It loved Farmer Gray. d. Farmer Gray hated it. 97. “He trained me to pull a rider on my back.” (paragraph 1) What does the underlined word mean? a. Taught. b. Learned. c. Studied. d. Imitated. GOING TO A MOVIE Josse and Robby decided to go to a film theatre to relax. They were very tired after finishing the exams. They chose to see an adventure film. They didn’t want to see a drama, thriller, or horror film. They wanted to forget studying for one night and fantasize a little. So they bought two tickets for a movie called Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring. They got in the theatre just on time before the movie started. Inside the theatre, a tall man sat on a seat in front of them. He put on a tall hat. Josse and Robby could not see the screen. Josse tapped the man on the shoulder and asked him to remove his hat. When the man turned around to say sorry, they recognized him. He was Mr. Samuel, Josse’s Father. UN_C2_P1_2004/2005 98. Josse and Robby went to a theatre and saw a/an ... film. a. adventure b. drama c. horror d. thriller 99. What is the most important idea of the first paragraph? a. Josse purposely met his father in the theatre. b. Josse and Robby were late to get in the movie. c. They bought two tickets for the movie. d. Josse and Robby went to the theatre for relaxing. 100. Why couldn’t Josse and Robby see the screen? a. A tall man sat in front of them. b. The man sitting in front of them wore a tall hat. c. They sat on seats at the back row. d. They were too short to see the screen clearly. 101. “They didn’t want to see a drama, a thriller or a ...” (Paragraph 1) The word underlined means a film that tells a story about … events. a. amused b. excellent c. romantic d. scary Last week my parents, sister, brother and I went to the zoo. We went there for recreation. We left at 6.00 a.m. and arrived (here at 8.00 a.m. It is about a hundred kilometers to go to the zoo from my house. There were a lot of people watching a giant snake. The snake was there for about a week. It was 9 meters long. I thought it was the biggest snake I had ever seen. After going around and watching various animals, we went home. On the way home, we stopped at the Borobudur temple for half an hour. UN_C2_P1_2005/2006 102. Which is the most suitable title for the text above? A. Going to the Zoo C. Going to Borobudur B. Having Recreation D. Watching a Giant Snake
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- 21 103. 104. 105. How many people were looking at the giant snake? A. several B. some C. a few D. many How many persons did the writer go to the zoo with? A. two B. three C. four D. five "After going around and watching various animals, we went home." (paragraph 2) The italic word has the same meaning as … A. different B. similar C. wild D. mean

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Dear Nan, We are having a great a holiday here on the Gold Coast. Yesterday we went to the Movie World. When we got up in the morning, it looked like rain. After a while the cloud disappeared. And it became a sunny day. We then decided to go to the Movie World. The first ride I went on was Lethal Weapon. Next I saw the Police Academy show. After that I had lunch as I was really hungry. Meanwhile, Mum and Kelly queued for the Batman ride. About one o’clock we got a light shower of rain but it cleared up soon after. We then went on all the other rides. It was a top day. See you when you get back. Love, Sam

1. What is the letter about? a. Sam’s holiday c. The Movie World. The Gold Coast. d. The Shower of Rain. 2. What is the main idea of paragraph 3? a. The weather in Gold Coast. c. Sam’s activities in the Movie World b. Police Academy Show. d. A great holiday in the Movie World. 3. Where did Sam spend his holiday with his family? a. On the Gold Coast c. In Lethal Weapon. b. In the Movie World. d. At the Police Academy 4. What did they get at one o’clock? a. Lunch. b. Shower. c. A little rain d. Batman ride. 5. The word ‘we’ in the text refers to… a. Sam and Nan b. Sam and Mum c. Mum and Kelly d. Sam, Mum, and Kelly 6. The word queued in paragraph 3 means …… a. went on b. lined up c. sat down d. waited for
To : customerservice@nbdc.com From: candywright@canadamail.ca RE : Delivery status

Date: January 6, 2010 On January 4, I sent a package from the U.S. to Canada. Your firm promises overnight delivery but the package sent on January 5 in the morning has still not arrived. Our trade fair takes place tomorrow morning at 9:10 a.m. My colleagues are setting up our booth this afternoon, and they need the package that contains our brochures and pricing information. Can you please investigate and get us our package on time (within 24-hours) as your advertisements promise?
Thank you, Candy Wright

7. What is the sender’s e-mail address? c. deliverystatus@nbdc.com a. customerservice@nbdc.com b. candywright@canadamail.ca. d. delivery@canadamail.ca 8. Why does Wright require the brochures today? a. She needs to fly to Canada. c. Her colleagues need the brochures for the next day b. The career fair has already started. d. Her colleagues are leaving at 12:00 a.m. tomorrow. 9. “…and they need the package that contains … .” (paragraph 2). The word ‘they ‘ refers to … a. my colleagues b. your colleagues c. Wright’s colleagues . d. customer’s colleagues 10. “Can you please investigate and …” (paragraph 3). The underlined word can be replaced by … a. ask b. Find c. Examine. d. look for
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- 23 Dear Aiping, I wanted to write to you today to say that I have moved to Malang. My new address is Taman Malang Indah, Blok A 10 No 17 Malang Jawa Timur and now I go to SMP Perdana the best junior high school in town. You know that we have shared a lot of ups and downs throughout the past years at school and I am very happy to count you as my friend. I also want to say that I expect to see you quite often in the coming years. I invite you to visit me and my family whenever you have some free time. I also expect to visit you and your family and I will let you know well in advance so we can plan to get together. I also wish you a success in your new school, and I hope you keep me up to date on what’s happening through email. Your friend, Wirdatul Amimy 11. The letter is meant to … Wirdatul Amimy. a. entertain b. congratulate c. greet d. invite. 12. The third paragraph of the text tells you about the writer’s … a. intention to visit her friend. c. plan to continue her study b. family in her new address d. ability to make a good plan 13. Wirdatul asked Aiping to … to inform her anything. a. email b. phone. c. visit. d. write. 14. The text shows that Aiping lives … now. a. next to Wirdtul’s parents c. far from Malang b. near Wirdatul’s friend d. around the city 15. “We have shared a lot of ups and downs throughout the past years…” The phrase “ups and downs” in the sentence means having … . a. both good and bad fortune c. great and poor experiences. b. happiness and luck. d. easy and difficult time. 16. “ …. so we can plan to get together.” (paragraph 3) What does the word “we” in the sentence refer to? a. Aiping and her friends. c. Wirdatul’s parents. b. Wirdatul and her parents. d. Aiping and Wirdatul. Ambon, 2009 Dear Esther, Hi friend, here I’m writing a letter to inform you about our plan for holiday next week. Merina, Siska and I want to spend our holiday in a place where we can enjoy the fresh air and natural surroundings. So we have decided to go to Bali. It will be the first time for us to go there. We have made a list of some interesting places that we will visit, like Tanjung Benoa, Tampak Siring, Pura Besakih and Sukowati for Shopping. We won’t visit Tanah Lot. Well, that’s all for now. Don’t worry we will buy some interesting souvenirs for you. Love, Beril (P70.37-40.0809) 17. How many people will go to Bali? a. One b. Two c. Three d. Four 18. Which of the following statement is TRUE based on the text? a. The writer won’t go to Bali alone
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- 24 b. The writer won’t give anything to his friend c. Esther will accompany the writer to visit the interesting places d. The writer will visit Tampak Siring, Tanah Lot, Sukowati and Pura Besakih 19. “We will buy an interesting souvenir for you” (last paragraph) What does the underlined word refers to? a. Siska b. Beril c. Esther d. Merina 20. “… for holiday next week.” (paragraph 1) What does the underlined word means? a. The best day for doing personal activities c. Special day for visiting relatives b. Day of rest from work and study d. free day from daily activities Dear Catherine, I’m sorry I can’t pick you up at the airport but luckily, my friend Steve can (He works at night, so he is free in the morning). I just want to make sure about the information. Your plane arrives at 11 a.m. on June 25th and your flying on KLN Air #1327. Is that right? I told Steve to look for a woman with two young girls but he wanted more information. Do you look the same? What about your daughter? You shouldn’t have a problem finding Steve at the airport. He’s very tall and thin. He has curly brown hair, a moustache, and a beard. I can’t wait to see you! Love Rony (P12.37-40.0809) 21. How many persons will Steve meet at the airport? a. One b. Two c. Three d. Four 22. Steve will pick Catherine with her daughters at the airport because… a. he is busy c. he works at the airport b. he is free in the morning d. he wants more information 23. “I can’t wait to see you!” (Last sentence) What does the word “you” refer to? a. Catherine b. Steve c. The writer d. Rony 24. “… but luckily my friend Steve can.” What does the underlined word means? a. Accidently b. Actually c. Basically d. Fortunately

(P12.38-40.0708)
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- 25 25. The writer’s purpose of writing this letter is … a. to get photo. b. to have pen pal c. to go to Victoria d. to tell her experience 26. Where did Mirda meet Emily? a. In a Students’ Exchange Program c. In Ragunan Zoo. b. In Ragunan Students’ Camp d. In a Study Tour 27. Where is Emily Studying now? a. In Junior High School c. In an Academy b. In a Senior High School. d. In a University

28. When will Putri’s family come to Ratih’s town? a. Last month. c. Before next year. b. Next Holiday d. In March. 29. What will Ratih show to Putri’s Family? a. A new park c. A new train. b. Her new place. d. A railway station. 30. How would Putri’s family go to Ratih’s house? a. By car c. By train. b. By bus d. By plane

(UN.44-46.0607)

4, Bligh street PO.BOX555 Sydney 2000 June 5, 1996 Dear Wirtomo, Thank you for your second letter. It is interesting to read about 'the farming tools used by farmers in your village. Unlike the farmers in your village, most farmers in my country use machines to help them work. The machines are very useful since most farms are very big. They use tractors to plow the land. Another machine is a seed drill; it makes holes in the ground, then it drops seeds into them, it may even drop a smart amount of fertilizer with each seed. Farmers with very large farm sometimes use planes to plant seed. They also use planes to spray chemical onto me rice fields. When harvest time comes they lads use a machine called a 'combine' to cut the rice. It also separates the rice kernels from the stalks. You know that a 'combine' can harvest more grain than 2000 people working by hand. Well, that's alt for this time. I am looking forward to receiving another letter from you. Yours sincerely, Jimi Tognolini __EBTANAS 1998 31. Most fanners in Australia use ... to plow land. A. tractors B. combines C. airplanes D. seeds drills 32. The following are what farmers use a seed drill for … A. making holes B. plowing land C. dropping fertilizer D. dropping seeds to plant 33. “…then it drops seed into them" (paragraph 2) What does the italic word refer to? A. tractors B. machines C. farms D. holes

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- 26 The Manager July 12,2002 PT. GARUDA INDONESIA Jl.Merdeka.54 Dear Sir, I am one of the customers of your flight company. Through this letter, I would like to tell you something. This is about the services of your company. Last Monday, I flew to Medan on the flight number GA116 on the schedule board, it is stated that the plane would depart at 70.00 a.m. But in fact, I had to wait for an hour before taking off. It has happened many times; because of that I was late to attend an important meeting at my office in Medan. You have to pay deeply attention to my latter. Do you best for your customers. I am sure that you realize how important the customers are for your company. I do hope that you will consider this letter. Your faithfully. Albert __ UN 2003 34. What is the letter about? A. Complying about the service C. Replying the complaint B. Informing about the meeting D. Asking for information 35. Why was the writer late for meeting? Because ... A. the flight to Medan was delayed C. he attended another activity B. he didn't knows the time D. he forgot the flight schedule 36. Which is NOT TRUE about the writer according to the letter? A. His office is in Medan C. He didn't feel disappointed with the services B. He wrote a letter to the manager D. He realizes how important the customers are 37. The letter tells us that the writer ... A. Was happy with the service C. Didn't like the customers B. Attracts the manager's attention D. Used Garuda to Medan many times Dear Enny, Thank you for your letter of 15 May. Sorry I did not reply your letter sooner. I’ve been very busy lately. Every school holiday I have to visit my grandmother in Pakujati, a village at the foot of Mount Slamet in Central Java. Sometimes I go there with my parents. Last holiday we visited them again. We went there by train. Let me tell you something about it. The landscape looks beautiful. The terraces of large paddy fields with their colorful scarecrows and tall bamboo trees at certain corner seem magnificent. It is different from our crowded city, isn’t it? The people, most of them are farmers, are very kind. They spend most of their time in the paddy fields. They really like to work hard. To me, going to Pakujati is interesting. Don’t you want to join me one day? I hope you will. Warmly yours, Denny UN_C2_P1_2003 38. When did Enny write the letter to Denny? a. On May 15 b. Before May 15 c. After May 15 d. During May 15 39. What did Denny tell Enny in the third paragraph? a. His grandmother’s village. c. The people of the village. b. His visit to his grandmother. d. His job in the city. 40. “The landscape looks beautiful. ... look magnificent.” a. The landscape b. The scarecrows c. The bamboo trees d. The terraces of paddy fields 41. Most of the people in Pakujati .... a. work on the farm b. make scarecrows c. help their relatives d. work on the train
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- 27 42. “I go there with my parents” The word “there” refers to .... a. Pakujati b. Mount Slamet

c. Central Java

d. the city

_UN_C2_P1_2003/2002 43. Adelaide expresses ... in the letter a. a complaint b. a happiness c. a promise d. a nightmare 44. Why was Adelaide very disappointed? a. She had a nightmare. c. She was deceived by the agent. b. Her bus has left for Solo. d. The bus was air-conditioned. 45. Which statement is NOT TRUE about Adelaide? a. She did not watch video programs on the bus. b. She went to Solo on July 4. c. The bus she wanted was not air-conditioned. d. She thought that Anggrek Indah’s service was nice. 46. Anggrek Indah is .... a. the agent at the bus station c. the only transportation to Solo b. the bus with video programs d. the name of the transportation company

UN_C2_P2_2002/2003 47. The text above is a letter of …. a. application b. invitation c. introduction d. complaint

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- 28 48. The writer feels disappointed about the following, except …. a. the amount of dinner c. the late welcome from the hotel b. the canceling of one place d. the travelling 49. How long was the tour? a. 5 hours b. 12 hours c. 2 days d. 3 days 50. Which statement is NOT TRUE? a. The name of the company is Ken Tour. b. The Travel agency did not arrange the tour well. c. The students spent their holiday in Bali. d. The tour was successful. Mr/Mrs. Smith 10/4 Epping Road North Ryde 2113 N.S.W. Australia Dear Mom and Dad, I am writing to share my enjoyable experience with you. I hope this letter will find you all well. Yesterday Budi’s classmates and I went to visit five tourist objects in Yogyakarta and its surrounding e.g. the Sultan Palace, Tamansari Water Castle, Yogya Kembali Monument, Prambanan Temple, and Borobudur Temple. We hired a mini bus. Budi, my closest friend in Yogya, acted as a tour guide. We departed very early in the morning and were back home at 6.15 p.m. So we spent the whole day. All of the five objects are interesting but Borobudur and Prambanan Temples are more interesting than the others. Borobudur is a Buddhist temple, while Prambanan is a Hindu one. A friend of mine said that these two temples were really wonderful. After I saw them by myself, they are even more wonderful than what I have imagined. Of these two objects, Borobudur is the most wonderful object I have ever seen. It is much bigger than Prambanan; it is one of the biggest temples in the world. No wonder it is famous throughout the world. Everyone there looked very amazed by this huge building. I am sure you will admire it, too. Make sure you take your camera with you when you visit it next year. Well, I will write to you again next week to tell you more about the temples mentioned above. Said that the two temples were really. Love, Jane UN_C2_P1_2003/2004 51. What did the letter tell us about? a. Visiting tourist objects in Yogya. c. The famous Borobudur temple. b. Various temples in Yogya. d. Jane’s feeling during in Yogya. 52. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are Jane’s .... a. family b. relatives c. parents d. teachers 53. “Borobudur and Prambanan temples are more interesting than the others”. This is the main idea of paragraph .... a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 54. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE according to the passage? a. Jane is an Australian girl. c. Jane is inYogya to have a tour. b. Jane is in Yogya to study. d. Jane is very amazed by Borobudur. 55. “We departed very early in the morning” The underlined word means .... a. left b. reached c. took off d. went on

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- 29 Bukittinggi 20th April 2005 Dear Ghea, My brother and I are in Bukittinggi now. We arrived here on Sunday morning at five. It was already busy, probably because of the holidays. We went directly to the remains of “De Kock Fortress’ and found a lot of people jogging along this area. We took a rest here, sitting under the tree and enjoyed at the fresh air. It was almost 6.30. We went to a famous “warung”, called “Pical si Kai”. Here we had coffee, “pical”, “ketupat gulai”, etc. Because all hotels had been full, we rented a room in a house nearby. The room was quite nice. The bathroom was clean enough and the rent was not too expensive. At about eight we went to “Sianok” valley. It is such a very beautiful valley. On the bank of the valley there is a long cave, called “Japanese cave”. It is very long. It goes deeply into the ground with an entrance at one end, and an exit at the other end. The people here said that a long time ago the cave was used by the Japanese army to protect themselves from the Dutch attack. At that time it seemed that there was nothing in the ground. Both the entrance and the exit were covered by plants. Well that’s all about our first day in Bukittinggi. We are going to visit “Lake Maninjau”, “Lembah Anai Falls”, etc. the next day. Hope to be here someday with you. Please, reply soon. Bye for now Indri UN_C2_2004/2005 56. Indri mostly talks about ... in the letter. a. Ghea’s journey to Bukittinggi c. some places of interest in Bukittinggi b. Indri and Ghea are in Bukittinggi d. “Sianok”, the very beautiful valley 57. Where did Indri go first? a. To a famous “warung.” c. To the Japanese Cave b. To Sianok valley d. To the “De Kock Fortress” 58. Why did Indri stay in a house nearby? a. The rent of the house was not expensive. b. The bathroom there was clean enough. c. They didn’t have enough money to stay in a hotel. d. They couldn’t find any vacant rooms in the hotels. To Cc Subject : erika@yahoo.com : : Birthday

Dear Erika, Next May 27th is Azuchi’s birtdahy. My husband and I are planning to celebrate it with a small party with kids in an orphanage. We want to share happiness and care with others who need it the most. The orphanage we plan to visit is Mekar Sari Orphanage which is located in Serpong Tangerang, Banten. Beside celebrating Azuchi’s Birthday, we also plan to give donation to the orphanage. We are going to give clothes, toys, rice, cooking oil, child/baby oil. I think yo may like to give donation too! So please contact me soon if you have decided to do so! Love, Angel UN_C2_P12_2009/2010 59. Who need the happiness and care most according to Angel? a. Erika b. Azuchi 60. What does Angel ask to Erika to do? a. Celebrate her son’s birthday b. Join giving donation to the orphanage c. Orphans d. Angel’s friends

c. Plan a birthday party for Azuchi d. Visit Mekar Sari Orphanage

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- 30 To : Tom <tom@gmail.com Cc : Rajiv <rajiv@yahoo.com> Date : June 5, 2009 21:30 Subject : Holiday Hi Tom, how’s life? We’re going to have a long holiday this summer, aren’t we? What are you going to do? You know summer is a good time for camping and hiking. We are planning to go top the Devon Mountain. It’s a nice place for camping and hiking. It’s also a nice place for fishing. There’s river near the campsite, but I’m not really keen on it. At night we’ll sit around the fire and sing songs. Why don’t you join us? It’ll be more fun if you come.Let me know soon. Your best friend, Rajiv UN_C2_P12_2009/2010 61. What activities is Rajiv going to do at night in Devon Mountain? a. Climb and go Camping c. Go camping and hiking b. Go camping and fishing d. Sit around the fire and sing 62. Why are they going to Devon Mountain? a. It’s the summer season c. They are going to camping and hike b. It’s a nice place for holiday d. They are going to fish in the river

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5. LABEL
MILK CALCIUM Dietary Supplement 600 mg 100 Soft gels
Supplement Facts Serving size : 1 soft gel Amount per 1 soft gel % Daily Value* Vitamin D 200 IU 50 Calcium (from milk) 600 mg 60 Zinc 15 mg * *Daily value has not been established Other ingredients: Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified Water Directions: As a dietary supplement, take one soft gel for adults daily. Manufactured for: EXP 04 27 10 NU-HEALTH PRODUCTS CO. LOT 2 75 61 Walnut, CA 91789 Made in U.S.A.

1. The label is telling us about … of a dietary supplement. a. the information b. the usage. c. the materials. d. the benefits. 2. When would it be best to consume the product? a. Before April 27th , 2010 c. During April 4th, 2010 d. On April 4th, 2010 b. After April 4th, 2010 3. How many soft gels does someone take everyday? a. 1 gel. b. 15 mg. c. 200 IU. d. 600 mg. 4. “Daily value has not been established.” (Line 10) What is the meaning of the word “established”? a. Ordered b. determined d. Carried d. HELPED SILVER QUEEN NUTRITION INFORMATION Serving per package: Avg.2/serving size: 30g Average Average quantity quantity Per serving Per 100g Energy 709kJ 2360kJ Protein (169Cal) (65Cal) Fat total 3.6g 12.0g Saturated 10.5g 35.9g Carbohydrate 4.8g 15.9g Sugars 14.4g 47.6g Sodium 11.9g 39.6g 45mg 148mg 5. How much sodium does the product contain per 100g? a. 45 mg b. 148 mg c. 565 mg 6. “Ingredients: sugar, cashew, milk solids,…etc.” The underlined word means: … needed to make something. a. The steps b. The goals c. the materials

Ingredients: Sugar, Cashew, Milk Solid, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Vegetable Fat, Emulsion (322:Soy), Salt, Flavor.

d. 709 mg

d. the method

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- 32 PediaCare Long Acting Cough, Liquid, Grape 4 oz (120 ml) Package Details Relieves Coughs up to 8 hours Non-Drowsy, Alcohol Free, Sugar Free Dextromethorphan HBr, oral solution, cough suppressant. PediaCare® Long-Acting Cough effectively relieves your child's cough symptoms for up to 8 hours without drowsiness. It's alcohol-free, and its sweet grape flavor tastes great. Each teaspoonful contains: sodium 19 mg PediaCare®. Recommended by Pediatricians. Trusted by Moms®. Indications: Temporarily relieves cough associated with the common cold. Directions If needed, repeat dose every 6-8 hours. Do not exceed 4 doses in 24 hours • Children 6 to under 12 years - 2 teaspoonfuls • Children 2 to under 6 years - 1 teaspoonful • Children under 2 years - consult a doctor Store in carton until contents are used. Store at 68° to 77° F. Do not use if the printed Pfizer band around cap is broken or missing. Warning Stop use and consult a doctor if cough persists for more than one week, tends to recur or is accompanied by fever, l rash, or persistent headache. Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

7. The text is taken from the label of … produced by Pedia Care. a. antibacterial lotion b. fever medicine c. cough syrup 8. “Pedia Care Long Acting Cough, Liquid, Grape.” The underlined word has the same meaning as…. a. fluid b. Frozen c. Gas COUGH SYRUP
Especially for infants and children Indication : sore throat, cough, abnormal, secretion of sputa. Dosage : - Infant under 6 months 1 teaspoonful 2 x daily - Infant over 6 months 1 teaspoonful 3 x daily - adults = 1 – 2 teaspoonfuls 3 x daily Or prescribed by the physician (1 tsp = 5ml) Available = in bottles of 60ml / 90ml

d. antibiotic

d. Hard

STORE IN WARM PLACE 9. How many sizes of bottles are available for this cough syrup? a. one b. Two c. Three d. Four 10. “STORE IN WARM PLACE” it meant ... users a. to warn b. to stop. c. to offer. d. to help. 11. “Infants under 6 month.” The underlined words means ... a. adults b. teenagers c. babies d. Old people 12. We should keep the cough mixture in a ... place. a. hot b. warm c. cool d. cold 13. How long will it take an infant under 6 months to finish a bottle of 60 ml? a. 2 days b. 4 days c. 6 days d. 8 days 14. The medicine is ... A. for external use C. for the relief of stomach pains B. a cure for cough D. available on medical prescription only

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- 33 15. What is the text about? a. The material of the fabric b. The way to treat the fabric c. The designer of the fabric d. The size of fabric 16. What kind of text is it? a. a catalogue b. a brochure Dry clean No chemical substance No bleach

–M–
Exclusively design for “Chic”

c. a price tag d. a label

17. Where do you usually see it? a. around the collar b. in the price tag 18. “Exclusively design for “Chic” means that ... a. Chic design themselves b. Chic products are exclusive

c. In the cashier

d. in the company profile

c. The design was created by another party d. Other company may have design too

19. The text is a/an ... a. a catalogue c. a price tag b. a brochure d. a label 20. “38” means ... a. That there are 38 kinds of shoes c. The lenght b. The stock d. The size 21. The merchandise is probably ... a. a bag b. a backpack c. a belt 22. “Genuine leather” The word “GENUINE” means ... a. Original b. real c. natural

Genuine Leather 38 Elastic Air shock absorption
d. a pair of shoes d. good

Do not accept if the seal is broken
Exp. Date 09/12/10 23. The kind of text is ... a. an announcement b. an Advertisement c. a caution d. a label

24. The text means ... a. We must reject the product when we find the seal is in defect b. We have to receive the product if it is not harmless c. we should accept the product if we break its seal d. we need to throw the product away if the seal is not in good condition 25. The product can be consumed ... a. on September 12, 2010 b. after September 12, 2010 26. The product will not be found ... a. at the bottom of a can of biscuit b. on the lids of snacks box 27. “Do not accept if the seal is broken” The sentence is meant … users. a. to warn b. to stop. 28. “Exp. Date” means ... a. expired b. expensive

c. before September 12, 2010 d. later than September 12, 2010

c. On the box of pencils d. on the bottle of capsules

c. to offer. c. experience

d. to help. d. expert

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- 34 SUPLEMENT FACTS

Serving Size Serving per container

Vitamin C (as non acidic calcium ascorbate) 416.67 mg Calcium (as calcium ascorbate) 7.14 mg Citrus bioflavonoid* 50 mg Rutin* 25 mg Hesperidin* 25 mg Rose hips* 125 mg Acerola* 5 mg *Daily value not established Sugesed use : 1 tablet after meal This product contains no artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, milk, egg, sugar, chemical solvent, starch or gluten

Amount of serving Value 250 mg 50 mg

% Daily

UN_C2_P12_2009/2010

29. What is the purpose of the text? a. To advertise a supplement for woman c. To give detailed information about the supplement b. To describe a product for adult d. To tell the value of a supplement 30. “This product contains no artificial ...” The word “artificial” in the sentence means ... a. Original b. Pure c. unnatural d. inexpensive
CHAMPS EMULSION COD LIVER OIL It naturally rich in vitamin A, D, Omega-3 forty acids, fortified with calcium. As an emulsion, the vitamin A and D are belter absorbed by the body. INDICATIONS As a nutritional supplement FORMULA Each 15ml (liable spoon M) emulsion consist of:

31. What is the purpose of the text? a. To inform the reader about the function of supplement b. To tell the reader about the usage of the supplement c. To tell the consumer about the ingredients of supplement d. To give detailed information about the supplement 32. “As an emulsion, the Vitamin A and D are belter absorbed by the body.” The underlined word means... a. Blown out c. molten b. frozen d. taken in UN_C2_P45_2009/2010

Cod Liver Oil Providing Vitamin A 34 17 Vitamin D 21 21 Calcium 12 10 Hypophosphite e.q. to Calcium 100mg *USRDA : US Recommended Daily Allowance DOSAGE Children below 4 years : 15ml (1 table spoonful) once a day. Children above 4 years : 15ml (1 table spoonful) twice a day. Children above 12 years and adult : 15ml (1 table spoonful) three times a day.

%USRDA Children under 4 Year 450mg 850mg 85iu 424mg

Children above 4 Year

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6. DESCRIPTIVE TEXT Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, and are known for their role in pollination and for producing honey and beeswax. There are nearly 20,000 known species of bees in nine recognized families though many are undescribed and the actual number is probably higher. They are found on every continent except Antarctica, in every habitat on the planet that contains insect-pollinated flowering plants. Bees have a long proboscis (a complex "tongue") that enables them to obtain the nectar from flowers. They have antennae almost universally made up of 13 segments in males and 12 in females, as is typical for the super family. Bees all have two pairs of wings, the hind pair being the smaller of the two; in a very few species, one sex or caste has relatively short wings that make flight difficult or impossible, but none are wingless. The smallest bee is Trigona minima, a stingless bee whose workers are about 2.1 mm (5/64") long. The largest bee in the world is Megachile pluto, a leafcutter bee whose females can attain a length of 39 mm (1.5"). Members of the family Halictidae, or sweat bees, are the most common type of bee in the Northern Hemisphere, though they are small and often mistaken for wasps or flies.
1. What is the text about? a. Describing bees in general. c. Telling the habitat of the bees. b. Explaining bees in Antarctica. d. Giving information about bees in the Northern Hemisphere 2. What is the main idea of paragraph one? a. Bees live on every continent. c. Bees produce honey and beeswax. b. Bees belong to flying insects. d. Bees only live with insect-flowering plants. 3. Which of the following sentences is one of the physical appearances of the bees? a. None has wings. c. Its length is 39 mm. b. It has 13 antennae. d. Its tongue is complex. 4. “They are found on every continent except Antarctica,…” The word “they” refers to … . a. ants b. bees c. insects d. flying insects

SCOTLAND A lot of people think that Scotland is a part of England but this is untrue. Scotland is, in fact, a part of Great Britain. It is governed from London but in many ways it is a separate nation. It has its own capital city, Edinburgh, its own laws and its own stamps. It even has its own language, Gaelic, spoken now by only a few people on the islands. There are only about five million Scots, and most of them live in the southern half of country called ‘Lowlands’, where the major cities are situated. But most holiday visitors to Scotland go to the Highlands because of the high mountains and deep valleys, clean rivers and cold ‘lochs’. The Highlands are home to many rare birds and animals, like the golden eagle and the wildcat, which are found nowhere else in Britain. It is a lonely, wild and empty land. Only two per cent of the British population live there and the population is getting smaller all the time. There is very little work so most of the young people who are born there have to move south to find a job. Perhaps the Highlands of Scotland will become the last great wilderness of Europe.
5. The text tells us about … a. Scotland as a nation c. Rare animals in Scotland b. Highlanders in Scotland d. The population in Scotland 6. Why is the Highland going to be the last of the great wilderness of Europe? a. It’s a favorite place in Scotland. c. It’s a lonely, wild, and empty land. b. It’s home to rare birds and animals. d. It ‘s high mountain and deep valley. 7. “… and deep valleys, clean rivers and cold lochs.” What does the underlined word mean? a. Lake b. River c. Valley d. Island
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- 36 8. “…the young people who are born there have to move south to find a job.” The word underlined refers to … . a. Europe b. Scotland c. Highlands d. Great Britain Ida is a pretty girl. She has long hair which reaches her waist. She loves waving long hair. She knows by having long hair, she has to take care of it. She washes her hair everyday. So the other people will not be disturbed with its bad smell. Ida also put lotion twice a week to make her hair healthy. No wonder, her hair is thick and beautiful. Her mother helps her to take care of her hair trimming its edge every month and give a massage to it. Ida is happy to have a helpful mother like her. - P70.UN.2008/2009 9. What does Ida do to keep her hair smell good in hot days? a. She puts lotion c. She washes it everyday b. She disturbed it d. She trims it every month 10. What does Ida’s mother do to help taking care of her daughter’s hair? a. Puts lotion and massages it. c. Disturbs and smell it b. Trims and massage it d. Trims and massage it 11. The text mostly tell us about... a. Helpful mother c. Healty and black hair b. Ida’s beautiful hair d. Ida’s treatmentactivities

12. What does the text tell you about? a. The cellsb. The energy c. The brain d. The mental stress 13. What will happen if the brain isn’t stressed? a. It requires the large amount of energy c. It causes aour body weak b. It works continuosly to ensure our bodies function well d. It makes us easy to think 14. The cells of the brain require twice the amount of ... (Line 1) The underlined word has the same meaning as ... a. Get b. Take c. Bring d. Need 15. When the brain isn’t stressed it works continuosly .... (The last sentence) The word “it” refers to ... a. The brain b. Stress c. Mental stress and exhaustion d. Our body The vast archipelago and the great number of islands has made Indonesia the home of a large variety of plant life. The Indonesian flora ranges from the tiny orchid to the giant Rafflesia plant. No wonder many botanists are curious to study these plants. The Rafflesia arnoldi is the biggest flower in the world. It is unusual because of its large size. It has a flower almost a meter in diameter and 1.40 meters in height. "Raflesia" is derived from the name of the British Governor General, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, who (=yang) once governed and built the Botanical Gardens in Bogor. Though it is called Rafflesia after Raffles, the man who discovered the plant was Beccary, an Italian botanist who visited Sumatra in 1928.
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- 37 Rafflesia consists of two parts: the stick4ifce part which grows in the middle and the petals around, and below it. The Rafflesia plant begins to flower in us tenth year, It blooms three or four times a year. Before it begins to flower, the leaves and the stem become dry and looks dead, but the main root in the ground is still alive. While the flower is blossoming, it has a very unpleasant smell which attracts insects, especially green flies. They seem eager to explore the flower. But if the flies touch the bottom part of the stick, like centre, they die. __EBTANAS 1991 16. Where did the name of "Rafflesia" come from? It came from the name of ... A. Sumatra in 1928 C. Beccary, an Italian Botanist B. the Botanical Garden D. The British Governor General 17. How often does the Rafflesia bloom a year? It blooms ... times a year. A. three B. three or four C. three or ten D. Four 18. What is the second paragraph about? It is about the ... A. size of Rafflesia C. variety of Rafflesia B. parts of the Rafflesia D. home of plant life 19. The fifth paragraph is about the ... A. flower which is blossoming B. parts of the flower C. times when it blooms D. beginning of flower 20. No wonder many botanists are curious to study these plants. The underlined word refers to ... A. many botanists C. the great number of islands B. the Indonesian flora D. the tiny orchid to the giant Rafflesia ANTS ARE SOCIAL INSECT The ants are very interesting. They have been running about everywhere. They seem very busy. They have been looking for food. When an ant finds something, it takes it to the nest. If one ant cannot carry it, it calls its friends to help. Ants are social insects. They are like people. They live in families and build their own houses or nests. But a family of ants may consist of tents of thousands. Each, ant has its own work to do. There are hunters, workers, and soldiers. The hunters hunt for food for all the ants in the nest. The workers build the nest. Most ants make 'their nest in the ground. The workers dig holes in the ground and make rooms. The soldiers guard the nests against the strangers and enemies. The workers and soldiers get their food from the hunters. The queen is a special ant. It gets special food from the hunters. It does not have to work. Its only job is to lay eggs. __EBTANAS 1992 21. The queen is a special ant. It gets special food form the hunters. The word "it" in the statement above refers to the ... A. queen B. hunter C. ants D. Food 22. What is the first paragraph about? A. life of the ants C. busyness of the ants B. ants can run everywhere D. ants always help each other 23. What kinds of insects are the ants? A. lazy B. social C. tame D. Wild 24. The soldiers guard the nest to ... it from strangers and enemies. A. look for B. defend C. hunt D. Keep COMPUTER A computer I a machine which is designed to help us in all aspects of life. This machine looks very clever because it ca work very fast and finish a great amount of work in a relativity short time. The first computer was made in Bletchley, Hertfordshire, England. It was called Kolostus. It was the biggest computer ever made by men. The complete set of this machine filled a large room. The function of this machine was to work with numbers. The numbers were used in code during the war between England and Germany in 1942. Within 40 years its size has become smaller and smaller. A modern computer does not use any electronic tube but uses microchips. The invention of microchips in 1970 did not only make computer become very small but very cheap as well. A pocket calculator is kind of simple computer.
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- 38 A computer consist of the hardware is the machine and all its equipment. The software is all the system of the computer. If you attend a computer course you will learn the computer's software. The whole work of a computer is done by the keyboard and the input unit, the central processing unit and the output unit which is represented bye the monitor or the screen and the printer. You type some data on the keyboard. Your data will be sent to and kept by the memory. If you need the data to be processed you must push the relevant keyboard and the result or the output can be seen on the monitor. This output can also be printed out. Nowadays we can find computers everywhere. They are loyal servants of men. It is men's brain which designs their exciting work. Without men computer is just as helpless as the other machine. __EBTANAS 1997 25. What is the name of the country where the first computer was made? A. England B. Germany C. Bletchlly D. Hertfordshire 26. On what part of computer do we type data? A. In the printer B. On the monitor C. On the Keyboard D. In the central processing unit 27. Paragraph 4 tell us about ... A. Part of computer C. All the system of the computer B. All equipment of computer D. The advantages of learning computer 28. The word "nowadays" (the first sentence, last paragraph) means ... A. on time B. in time C. sometime D. at present time 29. What do you think about computer? A. Computer can work by itself B. Computer, is not sophisticated machine C. Computer is the machine which is very helpful D. Now computers are as big as they were many years ago. Badminton is one of the popular sports in Indonesia. Many people like playing it very much. It can be played indoors and outdoors. However, most players play it indoors. Nowadays there is much badminton: halls in our country. Badminton is not a cheap sport. We need a net, rackets and shuttlecocks to play badminton. We can get them in a sport shop. We need to spend a lot of money in order to get good nets, rackets and shuttlecocks. Susi Susanti is the best woman badminton player that we have. She is one of the best woman players in the world. She spent much money for badminton in the past. Now she gets facilities from the government and her sponsor. __EBTANAS 1999 30. The following are the things that we need to play badminton, except ... A. ball B. net C. racket D. Shuttlecock 31. What does paragraph two tell us about? A. The best woman badminton player. C. The facilities of badminton players. B. The things needed for playing badminton. D. The way to be a good badminton player. 32. Why doesn't Susi need to spend money for badminton at present? Because ... A. she is one of the best woman badminton players in the world B. she is one of the Indonesia woman badminton players C. she gets facilities- from, the government and her sponsor D. she has won several international championships 33. Why is badminton one for the popular sports in Indonesia? A. It is not a cheap sport. C. We have many potential players. B. Many people like playing it very much. D. Most of us like watching badminton matches. 34. "We need to spends, lot of money ... " (paragraph 2). The word "spend" means ... A. earn B. give C. lend D. pay out My hotel is located in the Putri Hill area. There are other hotels in the area which are all beautiful. My hotel has fifty rooms. Ten rooms are luxurious. The room is air conditioned and there is a color TV in each room. The other forty are business rooms. It means the rooms are simple, with fans and black-and-white TVs. In the luxurious rooms there are always double beds -but in the simple rooms only some have double beds. Our guests come and check in or check put at the receptionist's
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- 39 desk. These people also help the guests with their needs. They can order food and the receptionists ask our restaurant to serve them. Guests can have breakfast, lunch of dinner in the room or in the restaurant. Room service is ready with orders. The receptionist can also help guests with their laundry. The laundry woman will wash and iron the clothes. The room-keepers clean all the rooms every day, Look! Some guests are coming. The bellboys help guests with their bags. They will have a seminar tomorrow. It is in the convention hall. I’ll ask them to sit at the lounge. __EBTANAS 2000 35. What are the facilities of the simple rooms in the writer's: hotel? A. Air-conditioners and colour TVs' C. There are always double beds B. Fans and black-and-white TVs D. There is a colour TV in each room 36. The ask them to sit at the lounge. 'The lounge' means the room where the guests ... A. watch TV B. sit and relax C. have a seminar D. have their meals 37. ... can order food and the receptionists ask the restaurant in the hotel to serve them. A. The guests B. The bellboys C. The receptionists D. The laundry women A forest is an area that is full of trees. We can find in the islands of Indonesia. They spread along the island of Sumatera, Java, Kalimantan, Irian and other island in Indonesia. They are very important for our lives. Forest gives us many kinds of export commodities such as timber, rattans, as well as rubber. Forests also protect us from danger of floods. In the rainy season the roots of the trees in the forest absorb the rain water and store it under the ground. In the dry season the water will come out and it is very useful for us for reservoir and irrigation. If there are no forests, the rain water cannot be stored, there will be erosion of the soil and we will suffer from terrible floods. Forests also help us to purify the air of pollution. The trees of the forests need carbon dioxide from the air and send the oxygen out into the air, which make the air fresh and pure. The fresh and pure air is needed for our health. We can also find many kinds of fauna and flora in the forests. Animals and plants need forests to live. To ensure the continued existed of the animal and plants in the forests, we have to protect it from destruction. Realizing that the forest gives us a lot of important things, we should keep our forest safe. Our forest is our environment. __EBTANAS 2000 38. Which paragraph tells that forest can be a source of income for the government? A. Paragraph 1 B. Paragraph 2 C. Paragraph 3 D. Paragraph 4 39. We must protect our forests from the destruction because ... A. we can find a lot of trees in the forests C. they are very important for our lives B. they spread along the islands in Indonesia D. we can find many kinds of fauna in the forest 40. The function of the roots of the trees is ... A. to make the air fresh and pure C. to store water before it is supplied to people B. to cause erosions on the ground D. to absorb and reserve the rain under the ground 41. 'They spread along the islands of Sumatera...' (Paragraph 1). What does "they " refer to? A. The trees B. The islands C. The forests D. The people Most people don’t notice that giraffes have different patterns of spots. Certain species of giraffes have small spots. Other species have large spots. Some species have spots than are very regular. You can tell where one spot ends and another begins. Other species have spots that are kind of blotchy. This means the spots are not set off from each other as clearly. These are only two of many kind of spots. The pattern of giraffe’s spots is called “marking”. No two giraffes have exactly the same marking. Giraffe’s spots help them to blend in with their surroundings in Africa where they live. Being able to blend with surroundings helps animals survive. If a lion can’t see a giraffe, he certainly can’t eat it. This is called ‘protective coloration’. The animal’s color helps to protect it. Another thing that protects giraffes is their keen eyesight. Their large eyes are on the sides of their heads. Giraffes see anything that moves. They can see another animal a mile away. It is very hard to sneak up on a giraffe. Those who try usually get a quick kick with a powerful back leg. __ EBTANAS 2001
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- 40 42. Where are giraffe’s eyes? A. Around its long neck C. On the left side of this head B. On the front part of its head D. On the sides of its head 43. Giraffes protect themselves with their … A. back legs B. front legs C. long necks D. spot patterns 44. What is protective coloration? A. An ability to see from long distance C. The colour pattern of giraffe’s spot B. An ability to blend with surroundings D. The way to protect certain species 45. ‘…, he certainly can’t eat it’ (in paragraph 3) A. an animal B. a giraffe C. a lion D. a people 46. Which of the following is the best title for the passage? A. Different Kind of Giraffes C. Giraffes and their Surroundings B. More About Giraffes D. People and Giraffes This is SLTP Putra Pertiwi. It is a good junior secondary school in West Jakarta. The students of this school come here everyday. They do s lot of activities. They learn different kinds of subject, such as mathematics, Indonesian language, Biology and English. Everyday they wear the school uniform, white and white for every Monday, white and blue for every Tuesday to Thursday, Batik and blue for every Friday and scout uniform and the PMR uniform for every Saturday. __ EBTANAS 2001 47. The students wear … every Friday. A. white and blue B. white and white C. batik and blue D. scout uniform 48. What days do students wear the white and blue uniform? A. Tuesday, Monday and Wednesday C. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday B. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday D. Monday, Thursday and Saturday 49. The learn different kinds of subjects. The underlined word means … A. lessons B. studies C. topics D. Problems Tree is the largest of all plants. The tallest tree grows over 62 meters in height. Many trees also live longer than other plants. Some tree lives for thousands of years. They are oldest living things that man knows. People think that trees are different from other plants. Most of other plant grow only for a short time and then die. People thing of trees as a permanent part of the landscape. Trees continue to grow as long as they live. They grow new leaves and flowers. Leaves of a tree make food. The food keeps the tree alive and helps it grow. The flowers grow into fruits. The fruit contains seeds for making new trees. Trees are different from other plants like herbs and shrubs. Most trees grow at least 4.6 to 6.1 meters, but herb and shrub are much shorter than trees. Trees have one woody stem, which is called trunk. Herbs have soft and juicy stem. Shrubs are like trees, they have woody stem, but most shrubs have more than one stem, and none of stems of the shrubs grows as thick as a tree trunk. There are thousands of kinds of trees. But most trees belong to one of two main groups. They are broadleaf trees and needle leaf trees. These two types of trees grow in many parts of the world. Most other types of trees, such as palms and tree ferns, grown mainly in warm regions. __ EBTANAS 2001 50. One of these statements is true according to the text. A. All plants grow over 61 meters tall B. People think that tree live longer than other plants C. Trees grow new leaves and flowers to make food D. These are only two kinds of tree, big trees, and small trees 51. What do leaves of tree make? A. Fruits B. Food C. Flowers D. Seeds 52. People think of trees as a permanent part of the landscape. (paragraph 2) The underlined word mean … A. shortly die C. can’t grow in certain area B. grow only for a short time D. long lasting
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- 41 The Baduy Community The Baduy Community is a unique society. The people live in Banten. It can be reached via a 10 km village road from Cibungur village in Leuwidamar district. It is a steep road. In April and May, The Baduy Community is closed to outsiders. During this time it holds a ceremony called Seba. It is the offering of part of their agricultural products to the Head of the District Sub Regent and the chief Resident. In Seba ceremony the "puun of Baduy" sends out a group of representatives of Baduy Dalam as well as Baduy Luar to act as the community's spokesmen. When conducting this, the Baduy Dalam members refuse to ride any vehicle. They traveled anywhere on foot. They do this to prove their strength. To enter this very a special Baduy area, one should obtain a written permission from the Rangkasbitung District office. He has to state the purpose of the visit. It may take one whole week to process. __ EBTANAS 2002 53. What is the main idea of paragraph 2? A. The Baduy community is closed to outsiders in April and May. B. Seba is one of the Baduy Community's ceremonies. C. During the Seba ceremony outsiders are invited. D. The Baduy ceremony has to give their products to other people 54. What should one do to enter the Baduy area? A. Show their strength. C. Get a written permission B. Give their products. D. Go there on foot 55. Why do the Baduy Dalam members travel on foot to conduct the Seba? A. The road is streep C. They want to show their strength B. There are no vehicles to take D. They do not .know how to ride a vehicle 56. "It may take one whole week to process" (paragraph) The underlined word in the sentence means ... A. make B. last C. ask D. Show Hello, my name is Magic Sloanne. I live with my cousins, Donny and Bryan, at 60 Hyde Park Street. It is near Lakeland Street. This is my new neighbor. His name is Vicky Martinez. He lives on the same street as I live. I like have a friend like him because he is very clever and kind. __ UN 2003 57. Where does Vicky live? A. Near Hyde Park Street C. On Hide Park Street B. On Lakeland Street D. Near Lakeland Street 58. Who is Magic Sloanne? A. Donny's brother B. Bryan's nephew C. Vicky's cousin D. Bryan's cousin 59. "... because he is very clever and kind." (line 4) What does he refer to? A. Donny B. Bryan C. Magic Sloanne D. Vicky Martinez The Jackson Family Mr. Jackson is an American teacher, but he lives and works in Denpasar. Heteaches English at SMP 8. He is a very good teacher. His students like him. His wife is an Indonesian. She comes from Medan. They have one son and one daughter. The children go to a primary school. Mr. Jackson’s house is made of wood. It has five rooms: a kitchen, a bathroom, a living room and two bedrooms. The Jacksons has a house maid to help Mrs Jackson to do the house work. The maid comes from Bantul. __ UN 2003 60. What does Mr. Jackson do? He is .... a. a father b. a teacher c. a student d. a house maid 61. Where do the Jacksons stay? a. In Denpasar b. In Bantul c. In Medan d. In America 62. “She comes from Medan.” (line 3) The underlined word refers to Mr. Jackson’s ....
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- 42 a. teacher b. daughter c. student d. Wife

UN_C2_P1_2002/2003 63. What is the second paragraph about? a. The location of Balekambang. b. How to go to Balekambang. c. Balekambang and its beauty and location. d. Three small rocky is lands in Balekambang.

UN_C2_P1_2003/2004 64. What does the missing person look like? a. He looks like the sharp spikes. c. He is short and rather fat. b. He has oval-shaped face. d. He has long hair with pointed nose. 65. What is the notice mainly about? a. A Missing Man. b. A Stupid Person. c. A Frightening Experience. d. An Escaped Prisoner. 66. Which of the following is NOT TRUE of Tan Seng Huat? a. He will not hurt anyone. c. He doesn’t like people to make fun of him. b. He is twenty years old. d. He left the house without telling his family. Budi loves animals. He often goes to the bird market not far from his house. He likes watching different kinds of birds there. At home his father keeps two birds. Every day Budi helps him look after the birds. He cleans the cages and feeds the birds every afternoon. He gives them special bird food. He enjoys doing all this. Budi has a pet, too. It is a cat. His name is Manis. He is three years old. He eats meat, fish, or rice. He is really nice. He catches every mouse which comes into the house. Budi likes Manis very much. UN_C2_P2_2003/2004 67. What kind of pet does Budi keep? a. Animals. b. Birds. c. A cat. d. A mouse. 68. Who likes feeding the birds? a. Budi does. c. Budi and his father do. b. Budi’s father does. d. Neither Budi nor his father does.
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- 43 69. “... and feeds the birds every afternoon.” (par 2). The underlined words means .... a. wash and clean b. take and put c. give drink to d. give food to Masjid Saka Tunggal lies in the south of the alley, which leads into the Taman Sari PesanggrahanI (a rest-house). This mosque is called Saka Tunggal because of its single pillar. Unlike other Javanese traditional building, the pillar of this mosque is supported by a bar of stone called Umpak. It is interesting to know that above umpak was once used in the palace of the Mataram Kingdom in the Islamic period or in the period of Sultan Agung. This mosque is still in use. Masjid Agung (the grand mosque) lies on the western side of the North Square. It is a place for praying, as well as for holding rituals and other religious ceremonies like the Garebeg and the Sekaten. Those two ceremonies are held every year to celebrate the Islamic Holy Days. This mosque thus provides the Kraton with the space for side religious activities, and it was placed in front of the palace or on the western of the North Square. This grand Mosque, with its Javanese architecture, has a roof model which is called ‘tajug.’ Such a model was especially used for religious buildings. This traditional mosque with its architecture thus becomes the most interesting part of the building. UN_C2_P2_2003/2004 70. What is the text about? a. Two interesting mosques. c. ‘Masjid Saka Tunggal.’ b. How mosques are built. d. Well-known ‘Masjid Agung’. 71. Which of the these statements is NOT TRUE? a. ‘Tajug’ is a roof model. c. ‘Masjid Agung’ has Javanese architecture. b. ‘Umpak’ is a bar of stone. d. Rituals are never done in ‘Masjid Agung’. 72. Which of the following statements is TRUE? a. ‘Masjid Saka Tunggal’ lies on the western side of the North Square. b. People can find ‘Masjid Agung’ in the south of the alley. c. Masjid Saka Tunggal has more than one pillar. d. ‘Sekaten’ is one of the religious ceremonies. My Uncle Martin is my mother's elder brother. He is my favorite among my mother's brothers. He is a very interesting man. He lives quite near us with my Aunt Angela and my cousins Anne and Bob. I often go to his house. He is about 45 with grey hair. He is still quit good-looking. He is tall and well-built. He has blue eyes and a strong face. He wears glasses. He is short sighted. He takes them off when he doesn't work. Uncle Martin is a textile engineer. He works for a big firm in the city. He travels widely in his job. He is an expert in solving problems with machines. At present, he is in the United States. He is visiting the firm's customers there. He is very fond of the sea. He has a boat at the seaside. He goes there every weekend in summer to sail it. I sometimes stay with my cousins at their house on the coast. When Uncle Martin is at home he usually takes us out in the boat. UN_2006 73. Who is Uncle Martin? A. Bob's father B. Anne's uncle C. My mother's uncle D. Aunt Angela's neighbor 74. Which paragraph talks about the physical description of Uncle Martin? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 75. How many children does Uncle Martin have? A. One. B. Two. C. Three D. Four Hi friends! This is my friend .Miranda. She comes from Sulawesi. She was born in Makasar on June 12, 1980. Her hobbies are singing and swimming. She also likes planting flowers very much. She lives at 12 Jalan Jaya. She lives together with her parents and two sisters. They are Mr. and Mrs. Yudhatama, Sherina and Tiara. Miranda studies at SMP 7. Her older sister is in the first year of SMA, and Tiara is still in SD. They all love one another. UN_2006 76. What are Miranda's hobbies? A. Swimming and singing C. Singing, swimming and planting flowers B. Swimming and planting flowers D. Singing and planting flowers with her friends
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- 44 77. Who is the second child of the family? A. Yudhatama B. Sherina C. Miranda D. Tiara 78. "They all love one another." The word "They" in the sentence refers to ... and her parents. A. Miranda’s sisters B. Miranda's parents C. Miranda's father D. Miranda and her sisters 79. The text is about … a. Mawar c. Ismail AFI b. Ve AFI d. The Finalist of AFI 80. What do you think about Mawar? a. She is taller than Ve b. She is heavier then Ve c. She is younger than Smile d. Her skin is darker then Ve’s 81. “Her bright skin, chubby cheeks, and lovely smile..” (Paragraph 1) The underlined word can mean … a. White b. black c. brown d. brownish UN_C2_2006/2007 Paris is the capital of France and the country’s largest city. It is situated in the river Science, in Northwest France, at the heart of the Ile-de-France region. The city of Paris has an estimated population of 2.167.994 (Jan, 2006) but the metropolitan areas in Europe. Today it is one of the world’s leading business and cultural centers, and its influence in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science and arts make it one of the major global cities. It is estimated, the Paris urban area is fifth in the world’s list by GDP. Paris is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, with 45 million tourists every year in Paris region, 60% of whom are foreign visitors. There are a lot of iconic landmarks among its many attractions, along with world-famous institutions and popular parks. UN_C2_P12_2009/2010 82. What does the text tell you? a. One of the world leading business and culture centers. b. Paris is an important tourist destination. c. One of the most populated cities in Europe. d. Paris, the capital city of France 83. Paris becomes one of the world’s major global cities because of … a. its population size b. its popular tourist destination c. its influence in many sectors of living d. its strategic location in the river Seine 84. “It is situated in the river Seine, in Northwest France, at the heart of the …” What does ‘it” refer to? a. The largest city c. France b. The metropolitan area d. Paris The water lily is a plant of the aquatic family Nymphaeaceae, and of the genus Nymphae. These plants are found in fresh, still water throughout the warm temperate regions. People cultivate this plant. The plant can grow easily from the seed. It may be grown in containers or ponds. The water lily is a beautiful plant. It has round leaves. The leaves may float or immerse. The flower has four sepals and many petals and stamens. The color of this flower may be white, pink, yellow, or blue. When blossoms, it sometimes smell good. Some species of this plant open by day and closed at night; others open at night and closed by day. The life span of the flower is usually three days.
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- 45 85. What does the text tell us about? a. A plant named water lily c. An aquatic plant cultivated in warm regions b. A beautiful plant grown in water d. Water lily cultivated in ponds 86. How long is a water lily flower usually in blossom? a. A day or a night c. Three days b. A day and a night d. More than three days. 87. From the text above, we can conclude that water lily cannot live in … a. fresh still water c. Wet areas b. dry ground areas d. Watery places 88. Paragraph two tells us about … a. the shape of water lily leaves c. the flowers of the water lily b. the beauty of the water lily d. the parts of the water lily flower Sragen is one of the regencies in Central Java. The Sragen regency which is usually called “Tlatah Sukowati” is 941.55 km2 with the topographies as follows: in the middle of the area flows the longest river in Java, Bengawan Solo; in the southern part of Sragen is a slope of Mount Lawu; in the northern part is the hillside of Kendeng Mountain; and in the western part is a famous region called “the Sangiran Dome”. One of the interesting tourist objects in Sragen is the Sangiran Museum which is built in Sangiran Dome. The dome itself is situated in the Depression of Solo in the districts in Sragen egency (the Gemolong, Kalijambe,Plupuh districts) and one in the Karang Anyar Regency (the Gondang Rejo district). Sangiran is the most important site for the depelovment of various fields of knowledge: antrophology, archeology, biology, palaeoantropology, and geology.
UN_C2_P45_2009/2010

89. What does the text tell us about? a. Bengawan Solo b. Sangiran c. Sragen 90. What passes through the middle of the Sragen Regency? a. The Bengawan Solo River c. The Kendeng Mountain b. The Sangiran Dome d. The Plupuh district 91. “This area is about 56 km2 which consists …” (Paragraph 2) a. The Sangiran Museum c. Mount Lawu b. The Sangiran Dome d. The Depression of Solo 92.

d. Central Java

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7. SHORT MESSAGE
Read the following texts to answer the questions bellow! Dear Mira, 1. From the message above we know that ... a. Dinda and Mira have to work together on I am sorry I have to tell you that I can’t come their project to your house to work on our project as we have b. Dinda’s grandma involves in the project planned before. Unexpected thing happens. My c. Dinda and her grandma will meet Mira at grandma must be hopitalized soon. I’ll tell the hospital you about our plan later. d. Dinda expect Mira to stay in the hospital with her -Dinda2. What is Dinda’s purpose to write such kind of message? a. To tell about her sick grandma c. To ask mira to work on their project b. To give information about the delay of an activity d. To persuade Mira to change the project
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3. What is the short message about? To: Ricky a. Dennise’s invitation to go window shopping b. Dennise’s invitation to buy something in the Ricky, are you free this afternoon? If you are, would you join me to the mall? We could do mall window shopping. How does it sound? c. Ricky’s invitation to go window shopping d. Ricky’s agreement to go to window shopping From: Dennise 4. “We could do some window shopping.” What does the underlined phrase mean? a. Buying the goods displayed in the shop window b. Looking for the good displayed in the shop windows c. Looking at the goods displayed in the shop windows d. Selling the goods displayed in the shop windows
(TO.UN-1.0910)

5. What kind of text is it? a. Invitation b. Short message c. Announcement d. Advertisement 6. The writer writes this message to ... a. Her uncle c. Adit b. His uncle d. Yours
(TO.UN-1.0809)

PT. SARANA SANDANG
FROM TO RE/DATE : MANAGEMENT : ALL EMPLOYEES : WORKING HOUR/SHIFT

Due to global economic crisis and significant reduce of order from aour customers company has been forced to re-schedule of working hour/shift of all employees to avoid lay off and bankrupty. New schedule will be given by your departement head a.s.a.p

7. This text is a/an ... a. letter b. e-mail c. note d. memo 8. The text tells about ... a. global economic b. schedule changes crisis c. reduced order d. Bankrupty 9. The working shift is reschedule ... employees do not lose their job. a. because b. due to the fact c. so that d. since 10. Who will be affected by the content of the text? a. all managers b. all customers c. all employees d. all companies
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- 47 11. Where do these people work? a. in PT Sarana Sandang b. as Customers c. in a Bank d. as companies 12. The text was written by ... a. PT Sarana Sandang b. Personal Manager c. Customer d. Employee 13. “Due to global economic crisis...” The underlined word is the synonym of ... a. because b. because of c. Since d. So that 14. “a.s.a.p” has the same meaning as ... a. directly b. right now c. in short d. Fast 15. The text is ... a. an e-mail c. a note b. a memo d. a letter 16. ... sends the message a. Holland American Line b. Chef mate c. Bosun d. MS. Oosterdam 17. Mr. Bosun is probably a/an ... a. employer c. all employees b. all customers d. all companies 18. The meeting is ... a. in the afternoon b. in the morning

HOLLAND AMERICAN LINE MS. OOSTERDAM FROM TO RE : CHEF MATE : BOSUN : SUN ROOF

SEE ME AT 14.00 IN MY OFFICE

c. At 2 a.m.

d. At 2 p.m.

19. The text is a/an... Alice, a. advertisement Plz, drop by at the green grocer on the way home b. letter from escorting Imran to school. c. memo d. note A dozen of eggs 20. What is the content of the text? 2 kg of tomatoes a. asking for help A litre of milk b. offering help c. shopping Money is on the fridge. d. selling 21. Who is Alice probably? Thanks, a. a nanny Mrs. Johnson b. a house wife c. A breadwinner d. A student 22. Who is Imran probably? a. Alice’s son b. Mrs. Johnson’s son c. Alice’s brother d. Mrs. Johnson brother 23. What kind of meal will Mrs. Johnson probably cook? a. a steak b. scrambled egg c. a toasted bread d. a cake 24. The synonym of fridge is... a. freezer b. cupboard c. Shelf d. refrigerator 25. “To accompany someone” is the definition of... a. drop by b. escorting c. Green grocer d. On the way The text above is a/an ................. A. Short message B. Advertisement C. Announcement D. Invitation
To: Jordan

Hi guys! I wanna inform you that I can’t join our practice. I have a fever.
Brian

26. Who informs that he can’t join practice? A. Brian B. Reader

C. Jordan

D. I

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- 48 27. I wanna inform you that I can’t join our practice The synonym of the underlined word is ............ A. Ask B. Invite C. Tell

D. Speak

To : Santi I’ve just got the news that our grandmother passed away two hours ago. We are going to leave for Purworejo soon to attend the funeral. Please be here before 7 p.m. - Tati (P45.20.UN.0910)

28. What does Tati tell to Santi? A. The death of their grandmother C. The plan to do it before 7 p.m. B. The plan to have a burial ceremony D. The ceremony for death person 29. Where will their grandmother be buried? A. At 7 p.m. B. At Purwerojo C. Just now D. Two hours ago 30. “We are going to leave for Purworejo ... to attend the funeral.” A. Later B. Next time C. Then D. Immediately 31. Who died at the age of 75? A. Dinda B. David B. Laura D. Uncle Jack 32. Which one statement is incorrect based on the text? A. Uncle Jack died yesterday. B. Uncle Jack was 75 years old. C. Laura & David say their regret to Dinda. D. Laura & David say their congratulation. (P12.3.UN.0910)

From +6285223399024 Dear Dinda, We’re really sorry to tell you that uncle jack passed away at 7 a.m. yesterday. He had a wonderful 75 years of life so don’t be sad. May his soul rest in peace. Laura & David

Bandung, 9th February 2009 Dear Rizky Hello, how are you? Fine, aren’t you? I’m sorry, I can’t meet you in the band festival in your city this week because I had an accident. My Arms was broken when I did motor racing. Now, I am in Advent Hospital Bandung. I hope your band will win the festival. Bye. Yours, Sandy (UKHB_18-20_2009) 33. The purpose the text above is ... A. To inform the festival B. To cancel the festival 34. “Now, I am in Advent Hospital Bandung” The word “I” refers to ... A. Rizky B. Sandy C. To show Sandy’s apologize D. To show the motor racing

C. The reader

D. Sandy’s friend

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8. ADVERTISEMENT

1. What is advertised? a. A white buffalo b. A strange place. C. A museum. 2. Why is the buffalo called a miracle? a. The museum opens on work days only. b. Ripley’s Believe It or Not is a name of a museum. c. White buffaloes are rarely found d. The museum collections are on TV programs too. 3. “ … the pure white buffalo, odds of such birth …” The meaning of the word “pure” is … a. clear b. Almost c. Total.

d. A miracle.

d. Holly

4. What is the text about? a. The benefits of a hotel in Bali. b. A description of a hotel in Bali.

c. An information of a hotel in Bali. d. An advertisement of a hotel in Bali

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- 50 5. Where should you go if you want to get some meals? a. At Sun loungers and pavilion terrace. c. At a tropical oasis. b. At the Laguna Pool Terrace d. At poolside. 6. “… and pavilion areas create ample space for …” The underlined word has same meaning with … . a. big. b. wide. c. large . d. plenty TM TM INSTEAD Softcup Simply Loved by Ning Baizura INSTEAD TM Sofcup TM is an advanced menstrual care product that collects rather than absorbs menstrual fluid. It is the only sanitary care product that health professionals and gynecologists strongly recommend as the new standard for sanitary care. INSTEAD TM Softcup TM is cleared by the U.S FDA and has sold over 100 million units in America. INSTEAD TM Softcup TM is discreet and has neither strings nor wings. It is dioxin-free, latex-free and has no reported incidents of Toxic Shock Syndrome. INSTEAD TM Softcup TM can be worn for up to 12 hours, depending on the flow. Health Sciences Group Living a better life Available online at: www.sofcup-asia.com 7. What does the text mainly tell you about? a. INSTEAD TM Softcup TM c. Toxic Shock Syndrome. b. health Sciences Group. d. Living a better life. 8. The second paragraph of the text tells you that InsteadTM SoftcupTM is .... a. the best product for all people c. the only recommended sanitary care product. b. gynecologists for all women d. the professionals in sanitary 9. The text shows that the … suggest women to use INSTEAD TM Softcup TM ... a. all professionals b. some scientists c. all doctors d. gynecologists. 10. The text shows that the product is … to be worn by people. a. dangerous. b. interesting. c. safe d. hard. 11. “INSTEAD TM Softcup TM is cleared by the U.S FDA and ….” What does the underlined word mean? a. consumed b. authorized. c. ordered d. made 12. “It is the only sanitary care product that health professionals and gynecologists strongly recommend…” What does the word “it” in the sentence refer to? a. The new standard. c. The menstrual fluid. TM TM b. INSTEAD Softcup d. The sanitary care.
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- 51 REALLY NEW FOR YOU! Dahlia Closet Freshener emits fresh fragrance throughout the room. How to use: Take out the camphor from plastic case, remove transparent cellophane wrapper and put into the plastic case again. Hang it in the wardrobes, toilet or any other necessary place. Caution: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

13. What is the text about? a. Really New For You. c. Dahlia Closet Freshener b. Fresh Wardrobes. d. Cellophane Wrapper. 14. The second part of the text tells you about the way … the product. a. to make. b. to use c. to sell. d. to get. 15. The text shows that the cellophane wrapper of camphor must be … before using. a. taken away. b. wrapped. c. crushed. d. cut 16. Which of the following places does not need this product based on the text? a. In the wardrobe. b. In the rest room. c. In the book cases. d. In the refrigerator 17. “KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN” The sentence is meant … users. a. to warn b. to stop. c. to offer. d. to help. 18. “Hang it in the wardrobes, toilet or any other necessary place.” What does the word “It” in the sentence refer to? a. The toilet b. The wardrobe c. The plastic case d. Dahlia Closet Freshener. CAFÉ & RESTO NEW ROMANTIC GARDEN RESTAURANT. The restaurant is located just outside the crowded centre, surrounded by Sawahs, right behind Hyatt Hotel. We offer traditional Indonesian food for reasonable price in romantic garden environment. Look for our complete menu at www.rumahmertua.com. For reservation please call phone/fax: 0274-866680. MIE THAI CASUAL THAI RESTAURANT provides authentic Thailand cuisine. Open daily for lunch and dine. Delivery service 0274-561486 or just visit us at Jl. Gejayan CT X/22 Jogja. STEAMBOAT RESTAURANT. The only Seafood steamboat resto in Jogja. We also serve Chines food. Baturetno, Banguntapan, Bantul. Ph. 0274-7484947 or 0806682407.
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19. According to the text, where can we find inexpensive traditional food? a. New Romantic Garden Restaurant c. Steamboat Restaurant. b. Mie Thai Casual Thai Restaurant. d. Hyatt Hotel. 20. Which of the following statement is incorrect based on the advertisement? a. New Romantic Garden Restaurant provides romantic atmosphere b. New Romantic Garden Restaurant is in the centre of town. c. Mie Thai Casual Restaurant can deliver customer order d. We can eat Chinese food in Steamboat Restaurant 21. “Mie Thai Casual Thai Restaurant provides authentic Thailand cuisine.” a. beverage b. drink c. food d. snack
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22. What does the text tell you about? a. Hair Cut b. Hair Style 23. What is the function of hair tonic? a. to make hair thin. b. to massage scalp lightly.

c. Hair Dresses d. Hair Treatment c. to help stimulate hair growth d. to process the leaves of the quinine tree.

(P12.34-34.UN.0708)

24. Who are the most suitable people to drive the car? a. Young people b. old people c. children 25. How many awards did New Honda Jazz get? a. 68 b. 51 c. 34 26. “… New Honda Jazz is the best car that suites to every youngster. a. appropriate b. uncomfortable c. important 27. What is the type of the text? a. an advertisement c. a notice b. an announcement d. a letter 28. Lake hotel has the following facilities, EXCEPT… a. children playground b. tennis court c. billiard d. sauna 29. Which is not true according to the text? a. Lake Hotel has function and conference rooms b. People can have Chinese Food at Palm Hotel c. Both hotels are located in Medan d. Lake Hotel is very far from Lake Toba 30. “We’re waiting for you” (see Lake Hotel) The word “You” in the sentence refers to… a. the writers c. the visitors b. the readers d. the owners

d. Kids d. 17 d. well-known

(2003.35-38.UN.0203)

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- 53 When it comes to flying to Paris from Jakarta, we realize you don't want to be restricted by schedules. So as well as our flights on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Air France now takes off for Europe on Wednesday. At 18.20 hrs, every Wednesday, to be precise. Timely now, we think you'll agree. Even better, once you arrive at our Paris-Charles de Gaulle Terminal 2 hub, we'll have you getting off to one of 53 destinations in Europe and 170 throughout the world almost as soon as you've landed. So when you need to fly to Paris and beyond, remember, we've adjusted our schedule so you can make the most of yours. YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE A REASON TO FLY AIR FRANCE______________AIR PRANCE. Jakarta: (021) 520-2262 ext. 1 (ticketing) ext. 2 (sales & management) Reservation: Jakarta (021) 520-2263, Denpasar (0361) 288-511 ext. 1105, Balikpapan (0542) 533-288, Medan (061)545-600. __EBTANAS 1999 31. His advertisement tells us about ... A. the accommodation facilities C. the flight service B. the European countries D. the tourist spots 32. There are ... flights available from Jakarta to Paris a week. A. 5 B. 6 C. 7 D. 8 33. What is the main idea of this article? A. To let you go to France freely. C. To promote the countries in Europe B. To announce the interesting places. D. To introduce the new service of the company 34. What is the advertisement about? A. Food B. Clothes C. Appliances D. Cooking __EBTANAS 2000

35. What is the advertisement about? a. Published rate b. Room type c. Room rate d. Hotel Kartika Wijaya 36. Which room is the most expensive? a. Standard c. Cottage b. Superior d. Executive 37. How many types of rooms are there in the hotel? a. Three c. Five b. Four d. Six 38. “..., sharing room with their parents or guardians.” What does “their” refer to? a. Children b. Guests

c. Guides

d. Hotel workers
UN_C2_P1_2002/2003

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- 54 39. What does the advertisement offer us? a. A luxurious art. b. A traditional architecture. c. A good accomodation. d. A complete array of electronic. 40. How many guests can the Puri Agung accommodate? It can accommodate up to .... a. 4,000 c. 2,000 b. 3,000 d. 1,600 41. The following statements are right about Sahid Jaya Hotel except ... a. It has an art convention centre. b. It’s located at 86, Jl. Jenderal Sudirman. c. It can accommodate 1,600 people for sit down dinner. d. It is the best place for complete audio visual equipment. 42. “It has a complete array of electronic ...”. “It” in the sentence refers to …. a. Sahid Jaya Hotel c. Sit down dinner b. Classroom Style d. the Puri Agung
UN_C2_P2_2002/2003

C2_P1_2004/2005

43. What is the text about? a. How to look after elephants. b. Groups of elephants.

c. The Elephant Safari Park in Taro. d. Facilities for the elephants.

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- 55 44. How much is the entrance fee for a child? a. US$ 2.50 b. US$ 5.75 c. US$ 9.50 d. US$29.00 45. The Elephant Safari Park was officially opened in ... . a. 1997 b. 2000 c. 2002 d. 2003 46. “Displays of elephant intelligence and their capabilities …” (Paragraph 4) “Their” in the sentence refers to .... a. visitors b. trainers c. elephants d. children

C2_P1_2004/2005

47. What is the text about? a. A flight schedule of Air Paradise International. c. Special domestic introductory fares. b. Special routes of Air Paradise International. d. Special overseas introductory fares. 48. Your flight number will be ... if you fly from Denpasar to Perth on Wednesday. a. AD 062 b. AD 063 c. AD 066 d. AD 067 49. How much is the air fare if you travel with your husband and your 19 years old son from Denpasar to Perth? a. US$ 620 b. US$ 705 c. US$ 1.155 d. US$ 1.192,50 50. “Ticket valid 1 (one) year”. The underlined word means being .... a. expired b. cancelled c. postponed d. effective 51. What kind of text is it? A. Congratulation B. Invitation C. Advertisement D. Announcement 52. How long is Big sale held at Mega? A. Two days B. B. Four days C. C. Three days D. D. Five days

MEGA CUT MEUTIAH, JAKARTA
Big sale for your home 3 days only 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. 30% off all kitchen sets A. 20% off sofas And 10% off dining tables

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- 56 53. The following things are on sale at Mega except …………………… A. Sofas B. TV c. Kitchen Set 54. Mega opens for ……….. hours. A. Eight B. Ten C. Nine D. Dining Table D. Eleven

ANNUAL PROMO SPECIAL

7 days only, up to 40 % discount storewide at all DC World Bookstores
55. Does DC World Bookstore sell men’s and women’s clothes? A. Yes, it does B. No, it doesn’t C. Of course 56. What program is DC World Bookstore holding? A. Sell clothes B. Buy books C. Promo Special 57. How long Does DC World bookstores give discount? A. a week B. Seven weeks C. Forty percent 58. How many discounts is DC World bookstore given? A. a week B. Seven weeks C. Forty percent D. Eleven D. Game zone D. More than 40% D. More than 40%

Waterbom Jakarta @Pantai Indah Kapuk ____________________________________________________ The best waterpark in town Waterbom Jakarta is an international standard waterpark offering high quality facilities and amenities with an ultimate design aesthetics. With an Urban Cool concept, its signature landscape offers a truly relaxed atmosphere and its waterslide rides are not only fun but also thrilling. Waterbom, Jakarta, is another GREAT destination in Jakarta. Waterbom Jakarta is simply a perfect place for your next family recreation, company outing and themed events that you can’t miss when enjoying Jakarta. Don’t forget to visit our website for the latest promo! Jl. Pantai Indah Barat No1. Pantai Indah Kapuk Jakarta Utara 14470 p. (62 21) 55964666 f. (62 21) 55966688 www.waterbom.com Waterbom Jakarta is affiliated with Waterbom Bali
(P45.6-7.UN.0910)

59. What is Waterbom? A. It is a name of beach in Jakarta C. It is a name of a town B. It is an international standard waterpark D. It is a beautiful landscape 60. From the text above we know that the waterslide ride is ... A. Boring B. Exciting C. Horrifying D. Frightening

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9. NARRATIVE TEXT
The Wolf and the Goat A wolf saw a goat grazing at the edge of a high cliff. The wolf smacked his lips at the thought of a fine goat dinner. “My dear friend,” said the wolf in his sweetest voice. “Aren’t you afraid you will fall down from that cliff? Come down here and graze on this fine grass beside me on safe, level ground.” “No, thank you,” said the goat. “Well then,” said the wolf, “Aren’t you cold up there in the wind? You would be warmer grazing down here beside me in this sheltered area.” “No, thank you,” said the goat. “But the grass tastes better down here!” said the exasperated wolf. “Why dine alone?” “My dear wolf,” the goat finally said, “Are you quite sure that it is my dinner you are worrying about and not your own?”
(P12.19-22.UN.0809)

1. What did the wolf ask when he saw the goat grazing at the edge of a high cliff? a. To be his friend c. To climb up higher b. To graze on the level ground. d. To be dinner 2. “Aren’t you cold up there in the wind?” The word there refers to … a. A high cliff. b. Sheltered are c. Grass d. Ground 3. What can we learn from the story above? a. Don’t look down to other creature c. Don’t judge others by their appearance b. Don’t easily believe in well behave creature. d. Don’t easily beat other creature 4. From the story we know … a. The goat was very hungry c. The wolf was eager to eat the goat. b. The wolf was a helpful animal d. The goat was going to fight with the wolf The Tortoise and the Hare Once there was a speedy hare who bragged about how fast he could run. Tired of hearing him boast, the tortoise which was slow and steady challenged him to a race. All the animals in forest gathered to watch. Hare ran down the road for a while and then paused to rest. He look back at slow and steady and cried out, “How do you expect to win this race when you are walking along at your slow, slow race?” Hare stretched himself out alongside the road and fell asleep, thinking, “There is plenty of time to relax. The animals who were watching cheered so loudly for tortoise that they woke up Hare. Hare stretched and yawned and began to run again, but it was too late. Tortoise was over the line. After that, Hare always reminded himself, “Don’t brag about your lightning pace, for slow and steady won the race!”
(P70.19-22.UN.0809)

5. What made the hare wake up from her sleeping? a. The loud noise of the cheering animals. c. The forest animal’s cry b. The steady walk of the tortoise d. The race voice 6. “… slow and steady challenged him to a race.” (Paragraph 1) The word “him” refers to … a. The hare. c. A certain animal b. The tortoise d. The hare’s friend
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- 58 7. What can you learn from the story? a. Do not under estimate anyone who seems inferior to you. b. Do not sleep while you have a competition c. Do not blame anyone even though he did it d. Do not stop walking until you succeed. 8. From the text we can conclude that the hare’s characters were … a. Arrogant and sarcastic. c. Careless and crazy b. Friendly and helpful d. Humble and nice Long ago in the Never land, there lived a very beautiful princess, Snow White. The Queen was her stepmother. She was very jealous of her beauty. So she wanted her to die. Snow White knew about the evil plan. She escaped into a forest. There she made friends with seven dwarfs. The queen turned into a witch. Snow White did not realize it. The witch gave her a poisoned apple. As a result, now White was put into sleep for years. Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss. They lived together happily ever after.
(TO.UN.29-34.0910)

9. The text above tells us about … The text above tells us about … a. Never land b. Snow white. c. Evil plan d. Prince 10. The idea of Snow White knew the Queen’s plan is found in paragraph … a. One b. two c. Three d. Four 11. Why did the queen want Snow White die? Because … a. She was jealous. c. She like her b. She felt uncomfortable with her d. She was a nice queen 12. What happened when Snow white ate the apple? a. She died c. She fell asleep. b. She made friends with dwarfs d. She become more beautiful 13. “Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming revived her with a kiss. What does the underlined word mean? a. Menyadarkan. b. Menyayangi c. Menyentuh d. Mengusap 14. “They lived together happily ever after.” The word “They” refers to … a. The prince and the queen c. The prince and snow white. b. The queen and snow white d. The dwarfs and snow white The Old Grandfather and His Grandson Once upon a time there was a very old grandfather. His eyes were almost blind, his ears were deaf, and his knees shook. When he sat at the table, he could not hold a spoon strongly. He spilled soup on the tablecloth. Besides this, some of his soup would run back out of his mouth. His son and his son's wife were annoyed by this. Finally, they made the old grandfather sit in the corner behind the stove. They gave him not enough food in a clay bowl. He sat there and looked sadly at the table. He was almost crying. One day the old grandfather could not hold the bowl because his hands were too weak. The bowl fell to the ground and broke. The woman scolded. However, the old grandfather did not say anything. He could only cry. Then, they bought him a wooden bowl and made him eat from it. Once when they were all sitting there, the four year old grandson put some pieces of wood together on the floor. His father asked him what he was doing. The little grandson said that he was making a little trough for his father and mother to eat from when he was big." The man and the woman looked at one another. They began to cry. They brought the old grandfather to the table immediately. Since then, they always let him eat there. If he spilled a little, they did not say anything.
(TO.UN.29-33.0910)

15. The purpose of text is … a. To describe something b. To instruct something

c. To narrate a story. d. To argue on something

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- 59 16. How did the old grandfather’s son and his son’s wife treat him? a. They treated him nicely c. They treated him like a child b. They treated him very badly. d. They treated him very carefully 17. What did the old grandfather’s son and his son’s wife do after they realized their mistake? a. They scolded their son c. They let their father eat at the table. b. They let their son eat at the table d. They did not say anything 18. What does the word “they” in paragraph 5 sentence 2 refer to? a. The man and the grandson c. The woman and the grandson b. The man and the woman. d. The man and the grandfather 19. Which of the following words is the synonym of “enough”? a. Less b. correct c. Many d. Adequate. The Lamb and the Wolf One day the wolf was slaking his thirst at a stream when he chanced to see a lamb, also drinking, at some distance down the stream. Outraged, he growled, "You are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you." The lamb protested, "But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther downstream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am." "Upstream or downstream, your drinking is muddying my water, and I shall eat you." So saying, the wolf leaped upon the lamb and devoured him.
(P.27-29.UN.0607)

20. Where did the story happen? a. On the river. b. In the forest c. In the jungle d. At the zoo 21. The following facts made the wolf get angry with the lamb, except ... a. The lamb muddied the water c. The lamb drank at the same stream b. The wolf wanted to eat the lamb. d. The lamb protested him 22. We can learn from the story that … a. Never drink the river water c. The bad will always beat the good b. Never clean our body on the stream d. The strong will always rule the weak. Once there lived a rich king. His name was Midas. However he was not happy because he wanted to be the richest king all around the world. One day as Midas sat on his throne; his servant came to him with an old man. “Master,” said the servant. ”We have found this person around your orchard. He’s Silenus, the friend of the god Bacchus.” Midas had an idea. He welcomed the old man as his guest for ten days. At the end of the ten days, Midas took Silenus back to the god Bacchus. Bacchus was very happy to see his lost friend. He said to Midas,” I will grant you any wish you make.” Midas was very happy. Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold. On his return to his place, Midas tried out his new power. Everything he touched, it became gold. Then, he went for a walk in the garden. His children ran up to him. Without thinking he touched his children and instantly they turned into little gold statues. Midas cried. He hurried to Bacchus. Bacchus felt sorry for Midas and ordered him to go to the River Pactolus and wash his hands in its water. This would take away the golden touch. Midas had found out that all gold in the world did not bring any happiness.
(Pred.UN.0708)

23. The purpose of the text is … a. To instruct a rich king c. To identify Midas had sent Silenus back b. To amuse someone about a rich king. d. How to be the richest king 24. Why did Bacchus give everything that Midas wished? a. Because Midas was a rich king c. Because Midas had sent Silenus back b. Because Midas was his best friend d. Because Midas wanted to be the richest king. 25. Bacchus told Midas how to get rid of the golden touch. Based on the text, this statement is called . . . . a. orientation b. complication c. resolution. d. reorientation
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- 60 26. What is moral value of the story? a. Being greedy will make us suffer. c. Having much money always bring happiness b. Being rich is everything in the world d. Helping someone must get something in return 27. “Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold” (Paragraph 5) The underlined word refers to… a. Midas. b. The Servant c. Silenus d. Pactolus A shepherd took his sheep out to pasture, but when it was time to return to the sheep pen, he found that some wild goat had become mixed up with his flock. Nonetheless, he was very pleased that the flock had grown by itself, and he closed the goats into the pen along with the sheep. The next day was rainy. And the shepherd decided to go out. He gave his sheep only small handful of food, while he gave much bigger rations to the goats. He thought that if he treated them well, they would stay with him. In spite of this, as soon as the shepherd opened the gate, the goats ran out and he was unable to catch the again. “Ungrateful beasts,” shouted the shepherd after them, “I treated you better than the other!” “That’s why we’re going,” answered one of the goats. If you prefer us new animals to your sheep, how will you treat us if you find some more animals in your flock?” So do not be too happy if someone shows you that they prefer you to their old friends, you too will soon be an old friend and could be replaced just as easily.
(P12.19-22.UN.0708)

28. The text tells you about a shepherd, his sheep and … a. the pasture b. wild goats. c. his friends d. all beats 29. Why was shepherd happy one day? a. He found some will goats among his sheep. b. He could close his sheep in the pen well c. His lost goats returned in good condition d. There was a pasture for his hungry sheep 30. Which is the moral value you can learn from the story? a. Never ever trust to the new one c. There are not good things on the old one b. Don’t threat your friend as enemy d. Don’t forget the old friend if you get the new one.

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31. Who was Wee San? a. An Emperor from China b. A Dragon from Borneo

c. A son of Emperor d. A Borneo’s son

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- 61 32. “… his men to make a fake pearl and large kite” (Paragraph 5) What does the underlined word mean? a. False b. Valuable c. Glittering d. Expensive 33. The above text is written to … a. a describe something c. criticize certain person b. Inform a bout a good event d. amuse the reader 34. Paragraph 5 show … of the problem a. the solution b. the evaluation c. the description d. the recommendation Once there were two goats. Both of them were hungry. They were tied together with a brown rope. They wanted to eat the green leaves from two separated bushes. One bush was on the left. The other bush was on the right. The goats thought they could do everything on their town. However, the rope was short. They tried and tried but they could not reach the bushes. They were sad. Then, the goats decided to work together. First, they ate the leaves on the right. Then, they delicious. The goats were happy 35. What did the goats want to eat ? a. a brown rope b. Bushes c. green leaves d. trees 36. How many goats are there in the story. a. two b. Three c. four d. five 37. The first paragraph tell us about …. a. The animal feels happy c. the activity of the animal b. The things that the animal eat d. The place where the animals live 38. Who were the character on the passage ? a. the men b. the goats c. the bushes d. The ropes 39. Why was the animals sad ? Because …. a. They could not reach the bushes. c. They could not eat the bushes b. They could not work together d. They could not tie together

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40. When did a little mouse find a coin? A. When she was sweeping the floor of her beautiful house B. When she was meeting a donkey C. When she was going to buy a nice red bow. D. When she was living in a beautiful little house. 41. What is the purpose of the text? A. To tell the past experience of a little mouse B. To show how a little mouse made an action. C. To describe what happened with a little mouse.
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- 62 D. To amuse and entertain the reader with a story a vain little mouse. 42. Which of the following sentences is CORRECT based on the text? A. Little mouse finally married a dog. C. The cat didn’t eat the vain little mouse. B. Little mouse would marry a donkey. D. Little mouse was trapped by the cat 43. “He ate the vain little mouse.” (the last paragraph) The word “vain” in this sentence means …. A. hopeless B. harmful C. boastful D. careful

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44. What did the farmer and his wife do to relieve their impatience? A. They sold their goose to the market. B. They sold the goose’s egg to the market. C. They cut the goose open. D. They waited for the goose laid the egg everyday. 45. “If we cut her open.” What does the underlined word refer to? A. The farmer. B. The egg. C. The farmer’s wife. D. The goose. 46. What moral value can we learn from the story? A. We must be careful to be successful. C. We must do whatever we want. B. We must be patient and not to be greedy. D. We must not kill animals. It was a beautiful day. Everybody in the Kawar village was happy. The farmers had just had their harvest. The villagers were planning to hold a party to celebrate the good harvest. On one beautiful day, all the villagers gathered in a field. They wore beautiful dresses and made delicious food. Everybody was having good times! They were singing, laughing, and of course, eating delicious food. Did everyone go to the party? Unfortunately, there was on old woman still staying at her house. She was too old and weak to go to the party. Her son, her daughter-in-law, and her grand children all went to the party. At home, the old woman felt very sad and lonely. She was very hungry too. She tried to find some food in the kitchen, but she was very disappointed. Her daughter-in-law did not cook that day. At the party, the son asked her wife, “Why don’t you take some food from the party and give it to my mom. Ask our son to delivery.” Then the little boy brought the food to her grand mother. The old woman was so happy. But her happiness turned into sadness when she saw the food was not in a good condition. It seemed that someone has eaten the food. She just got little rice and fish bones. The old woman was very sad. She thought bad things about her son. The old woman did not know that it was her grandson who had eaten the food on the way from the party to the house. She cursed her son. Then, a terrible thing happened. There was a great earthquake! Thunder struck the village. And heavy rains started to fall. All the villagers were so scared. They wanted to save themselves. They tried to find shelters. Slowly, the field turned into a lake, the lake was getting bigger and bigger and finally the whole village turned into a big lake. People then named the lake Lau Kawar.
(P12..UN.0910)

47. Grandmother was sad because … a. someone had eaten her food b. her son said something bad to her

c. the village turned into a big lake d. thunder stuck the village

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- 63 48. From the text we know that the little boy is … a. honest b. dishonest c. kind d. patient 49. “…then, a terrible thing happened.” The underlined word means… a. impressing b. unpleasing c. wonderful d. amazing 50. What can we learn from the story above? a. Don’t look down on others c. Give respect to old people b. Make a good plan to win d. Don’t tell bad things to others. A poor boy sold goods from door to door to pay his school fee. One day he had only a little money left and he was very hungry. He decided to ask for some food at the next house he visited. However he was so nervous when a lovely young woman opened the door. He only asked for a glass of water. The woman thought that the boy was hungry so she gave him a large glass of milk. He drank it slowly, and asked. “How much do I owe you?” “You don’t owe me anything,” she replied, “Mother has thought us never to accept pay for kindness.” He said, “Then I thank you from my heart.” As the poor boy left that house, he felt stronger. His faith in God was getting stronger too. He had been ready to stop his study but now he got a spirit to continue it until he became a doctor. Some years later that young woman became critically ill. She was sent to the big city to cure her disease. The poor boy was the doctor. When he knew the name of the town she came from. He went to meet her. He recognized her at once. He tried hard to save the woman’s life. From then on he gave special attention to sick woman. After a long struggle, the woman could be cured. The poor boy paid all the bill. He wrote “Paid in full with one glass of milk” under the bill. When the woman opened the bill, tears of joy flooded her eyes as her happy heart prayed, “Thank you, God, that your love has spread abroad through human hearts and hands.
(P12..UN.0910)

51. What can we learn after reading the story above? a. Kindness won’t be forgotten. c. Help is needed to be successful. b. Poverty is the source of misery. D. Health is important in life. 52. What did the poor boy ask when he met the woman? a. Some food b. a glass of water c. a large glass of milk d. a little money 53. What is the main idea of paragraph two? a. The poor boy asked the woman for food. b. The woman came to the town where the boy lived. c. The poor boy cured the woman and repaid her kindness. d. The woman gave a large glass of milk to the poor boy. On day, a man stopped at a flower shop to order some flowers. He wanted to send to his mother who lived far in another town through a delivery company. Meanwhile, he was looking at a sad young girl who was sitting in front of the flower shop. He asked her what was wrong, and she replied, “I wanted to buy a red rose from many mother, but my money is not enough.” The man smiled and said, “Come on in with me. I’ll buy you a rose.” He bought the little girl a rose, and he ordered for his own mother flowers too. After buying a rose flower for the girl, the man offered the girl a ride to her home. She said, “Yes, please! You can take me to my mother.” She directed him to a cemetery. The girl placed the rose on her mother’s fresh grave. Knowing the girl’s mother had died, the man realized that he must show his love to his mother while she was still alive. Then the man returned to the flower shop. He canceled the flower delivery order, picked up the rose flowers and drove to reach his mother’s house.
(P45_UN_0910)

54. We can learn that we have to … a. Show our love to our mothers c. Keep our mother alive b. Buy flowers for our mothers d. Obey to our mother 55. What did the man do after buying the girl a red rose? a. He gave her ride to her home c. He went to his own home b. He took the girl to her mother’s cemetery d. He placed the rose on his mother’s grave. 56. The main idea of the first paragraph is … a. A sad girl was thinking of her mother c. A girl needed a man to deliver her a flower b. A man helped a girl by buying her a flower d. A man bought a flower for a girl 57.

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10. ANNOUNCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT To: All students of Junior High School 1 Jetis. To celebrate the National Education Day the students Board Organization will hold some interesting programs. They are English Speech Contest, English Story Telling contest and Wall Magazine Competition. The programs will be held on January, 4th , 2010, 8 am – 1 p.m. All classes must take part in the programs and should report their participation to their own teachers. For detailed information, please contact Mrs. Erika, the coordinator of this program. 1. Who is in charge of the program? a. Student. b. Teacher. c. Mrs. Erika. d. Student organization. 2. The text is about …. a. Programs to celebrate the National Education Day b. Explaining special programs in January c. Inviting students to come to school in January d. Informing some programs on Jan 4th, 2010 SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENT FRIDAY January 25TH, 2010 There will be a girls’ basketball short meeting right after school this afternoon in the school library. The meeting is expected to last around 45 minutes and finish by 5. Every member needs to be present in this important meeting. Should anyone unable to attend the meeting, find Mr. Elder for permission and further details about the agenda. Looking forward to seeing you all in the meeting. 3. When will the meeting start? a. Around 4.05 p.m. b. At about 4.15 p.m c. At 4.50 p.m. d. At 5.00 p.m. 4. What should a student do if she is not able to attend the meeting? a. Go home. c. Ask for permission from Mr. Elder b. Go to the library. d. Let the class teacher know about her absence. ANNOUNCEMENT To : All Department Managers The meeting will be held to discuss the customer’s complaints. This afternoon Jan , 4th 2010 at 01 p.m. in the meeting room. Please bring the documents needed. Thank You Secretary Director 5. What will be discussed in the meeting? a. The customer’s order. c. The customer’s documents. b. The customer’s needed. d. The customer’s complaints 6. Who will attend the meeting? a. Customers. c. Secretary director and all managers. b. All managers. d. Director, secretary and all managers 7. “… the meeting to discuss the customer’s complaints.” The underlined word means … . a. to speak with c. to talk about b. to say something d. to tell somebody
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JAKARTA GLOBAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Erick Viagio as our new football coach. Prior to his appointment with Jakarta Global Junior High School, Mr Viagio was the coach of Junior Club Brazil. Mr Vaigio is highly experienced and has enjoyed an active role within the football clubs for children in Brazil. He has a strong understanding on how to make our football club the best in town. Mr Viagio, a Brazilian, speaks English and Indonesian as well as a couple of Chinese dialects. He spent five years living and working in the cosmopolitan city of Jakarta and is extremely familiar with Indonesia’s diverse culture and traditions. Principal, Jim Harrison 8. The text above tells you about Mr Viagio’s … as the new school football coach. a. ambition b. promise c. appointment d. experience 9. The second paragraph of the text tells you Mr. Vaiagio’s…. a. current position b. previous job . c. next carrier d. football team 10. How many foreign languages does Mr Viagio speak? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 11. The text shows that Mr. Viagio … a. used to avoid working with children c. dislikes playing football with boys b. likes children very much d. is not a Brazilian anymore now 12. “ …. and is extremely familiar with Indonesia’s diverse culture and traditions.” What does the underlined word mean? a. Attractive b. Different. c. Interesting d. Exclusive 13. “He spent five years living and working in the cosmopolitan city …” (par. 4) What does the word “he” in the sentence refer to? a. Mr Viagio. b. The teacher c. The principal d. The writer Holliday classes at learning centre for Nursery, Kindergarten and Primary School Children Supervised reading programmer Creative Writing Poetry appreciation Art in action Speech training Grooming and etiquette  Qualified teachers  Friendly atmosphere  Two-hour class twice a week Call 03.23860505 (P12.7-9.0809) 14. Which of the following statements is NOT CORRECT according to the announcement above? a. Classes are held twice a week c. Only kindergarten students can attend the class b. Each session will last for two hours d. There are six programmers for the holiday classes 15. How many programs does the learning centre offer? a. One b. Three c. Six d. Nine 16. “Friendly atmosphere”
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- 66 What does the underlined word mean? a. Easy b. Helpful c. Pleasant d. Dull

We’ve found a five year old boy in the toy counter. He is wearing a white T-shirt and green shorts. He has straight short hair. He is white with slanted eyes. Now he is in the manager office. Anyone of you knows him, please come to see him. Thank you.
(TOUN-1.7-9.0809)

ATTENTION SHOPPERS,_____________________________

17. Where does the incident take place? a. In the police office b. In the picnic area c. In the supermarket d. At school 18. Where is the boy now? a. In the manager office c. At home b. In the fashion counter d. In the toy counter 19. “He is wearing a white T-shirt and green shorts.” The word “He” refers to … a. Shoppers b. A boy c. Announcer d. Anyone

Listen, everyone This ancient house used to belong to Mr. Hadi Kusuma, a great story teller who lived a century ago. He wrote more than 100 stories. That is why this place has been made his museum that preserves most of his works.
(TOUN-1.48-49.0708)

20. Who is Mr. Hadi Kusuma? a. a great story teller b. a famous athlete 21. What kind Building is it? a. a new house b. a palace

c. a great director c. a movie

d. a great architect d. a museum

(P12.5-6.0708)

22. What is the purpose of the text? a. to describe the student writing contest b. to announce the student writing contest

c. To amuse the students with writing contest d. to retell the students about writing contest

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ANNUAL STUDENT SPEECH CONTEST
The departement of Education sponsor annual student speech contest with the goal to increase personal knowledge and the ability to speak effectively. Prize for the winner 1st = Rp. 1.000.000,00 2nd = Rp. 750.000,00 3rd = Rp. 500.000,00 The contest is open to all Junior High School students. The speech must be original with the theme : “Education : Investing in the future” The leght of the speech must be 4 or 5 minutes. For further information, please contact  Mr. Burhanuddin 081708150856

(P70.7-9.0809)

24. Which is not correct about the Annual Students Speech Contest? a. The students are free to choose the theme of their speech b. The competition is for Junior High School student c. It is aimed to enable students to speak effectively d. The speech must be no more than 5 minutes 25. How much money will the second winner get? a. Rp.1.000.000,00 b. Rp.750.000,00 c. Rp.500.000,00 d. Rp.250.000,00 26. “The speech must be original.” a. delivered clearly c. Arranged in a good order b. sent by an e-mail d. made by the contestants themselves 27. Where would this announcement be put up? a. In all schools b. In all parks c. At the shopping complex d. At the Glory Supermarket 28. “No age limit” What does it mean? a. Aged man is not allowed. b. Those who are under age are forbidden. c. Age will not be considered. d. Only those who are over sixteen years of age can take part.
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29. The announcement above is about …. a. a talent show b. family members c. entering a contest d. residents of Green Park Announcement To : All employees, staff and visitors We provide some places for smoking in this building.
On the first floor, it is beside the display room. On the second floor, it is at the corner near emergency stairs. On the third floor, it is next to the toilet. On the fourth floor, it is near the pantry.

There is also one outside the office. It is behind the security room. Thank you The Staff management
(P12_UN_0910)

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- 68 30. How many smoking areas are available in the office building? a. Five b. Four c. Three 31. From the text we know that … a. Employees are allowed to smoke in certain place b. Employees are not allowed to smoke in the building c. Only visitors are allowed to smoke in the building d. Nobody is allowed to smoke in the building
To all the teachers and staff of SMP NUSANTARA A one-day meeting will be held this week: th When : Tuesday, February 9 , 2010 at 10.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. Where : Room 109 Topic : National Examination preparation Due to importance of the meeting, please be punctual, bring your ideas; bring your suggestions to make our students successful in the examination! The head of the national examination committee Mr. Adnan Nasution (P45_UN_0910)

d. Two

32. What is the meeting for? a. To talk about the preparation for the national examination b. To give solution to the examination problem c. To discuss about the national examination items d. To ask teachers to face the national examination 33. From the text above we can conclude that ... a. the national examination has already been done b. all students are successful in the national examination c. the meeting is done before the national examination d. the teacher must be pleased with the result of the national examination

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34. How many days will the school story telling contest be held? a. 2 days b. 3 days c. 4 days d. 6 days 35. What’s the purpose of the text? a. To announce the requirements to join the contest b. To tell about the contact person of the contest c. To inform the participants about the English Story Telling Contest d. To describe the prize of the contest 36. “...The event will run from 2.00-4.00 p.m. ..”. The underlined word means... a. last b. compete c. join d. Perform

www.ujiannasional.org 37. Who is writing the announcement? a. The teacher b. The student c. The Janitor d. The headmaster 38. What will the students get when they meet Mr. Iwan? a. Present b. Punishment c. Gift d. Condolence 39. What the students do when they’re late to have a flag ceremony? a. Go home c. Gather in front of the class B b. face the teacher d. Look for another one
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A cactus (plural: cacti) is any member of the plant family Cactaceae, native to the Americas. They are often used as ornamental plants, but some are also crop plants. Cacti are grown for protection of property from wild animals, as well as many other uses. Cacti are part of the plant order Caryophyllales, which also include members like beets, gypsophila, spinach, amaranth, tumbleweeds, carnations, rhubarb, buckwheat, plumbago, bougainvillea, chickweed and knotgrass. Cacti are unusual and distinctive plants, which are adapted to extremely arid and hot environments, showing a wide range of anatomical and physiological features which conserve water. Their stems have adapted to become photosynthetic and succulent, while the leaves have become the spines for which cacti are well known. Cacti come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. The tallest is Pachycereus pringlei, with a maximum recorded height of 19.2 m, and the smallest is Blossfeldia liliputiana, only about 1 cm in diameter at maturity. Cactus flowers are large, and like the spines and branches arise from areoles. Many cactus species are night blooming, as they are pollinated by nocturnal insects or small animals, principally moths and bats. Cacti range in size from small and globular to tall and columnar. 1. Where can we find cacti mostly? A. In the jungle. C. On the mountain. B. On the beach. D. In the arid and hot region. 2. Why do cacti mostly bloom at night? A. Because their flowers are large. B. Since cacti are unusual and distinctive plants. C. Since cacti are pollinated by nocturnal insects. D. As the afternoon period is used for photosynthetic process. 3. What does the first paragraph tell us about? A. The members of cacti B. The habitat of cacti C. The use of cacti 4. The text is written to …. A. give information about American cacti C. describe cacti in general B. explain physical feature of cacti D. tell cacti ‘s life 5. “Cacti are unusual and distinctive plants, which …” A. typical B. antique C. unique D. different

D. Types of cacti.

An eclipse is an astronomical event that occurs when one celestial object moves into the shadow of another. The term is most often used to describe either a solar eclipse, when the Moon's shadow crosses the Earth's surface, or a lunar eclipse, when the Moon moves into the shadow of Earth. Eclipses may occur when the Earth and Moon are aligned with the Sun, and the shadow of one body cast by the Sun falls on the other. So at New Moon (or rather Dark Moon), when the Moon is in conjunction with the Sun, the Moon may pass in front of the Sun as seen from a narrow region on the surface of the Earth and cause a solar eclipse. At Full Moon, when the Moon is in opposition to the Sun, the Moon may pass through the shadow of the Earth, and a lunar eclipse is visible from the night half of the Earth. An eclipse does not happen at every New or Full Moon, because the plane of the orbit of the Moon around the Earth is tilted with respect to the plane of the orbit of the Earth around the Sun, so as seen from the Earth, when the Moon is nearest to the Sun (New Moon) or at largest distance (Full Moon), the three bodies usually are not exactly on the same line.
6. When does lunar eclipse happen? A. In the morning. B. In the afternoon. C. In the evening. D. In the midday.

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- 70 7. What is the main idea of the third paragraph? A. We can see the surface of the Moon from the Earth. B. The Sun is the biggest planet in our solar system. C. An eclipse never happens at New or Full Moon. D. The Sun and the Moon rotate on the same line. 8. What will happen if the Moon's shadow crosses the Earth's surface? There will be … A. a lunar eclipse B. solar eclipse C. new moon D. full moon Fruits are a source of nourishing substances that keep us alive and healthy. For example, they contain many vitamins, especially vitamins A and C, and many minerals, such as calcium, potassium, and zinc. They also provide fiber for a healthy digestive system and carbohydrates that the body needs to make energy. They don’t have a lot of calories to make us fat. People use fruits for many things. We make juices from them. We cook bread and pie with them. We make jams and jellies and sweets. We freeze them to eat later. We even make alcohol from fruit. Beer comes from grains, wine comes from grapes, and some brandies are made from plums, apricots, or other fruits. But most of the time, we don’t do anything special with fruits. We eat them fresh, just as they are! 9. What is the text about? A. Vitamins. B. Energy. C. Fruits. D. Minerals. 10. What is the main idea of the second paragraph? A. We make juice from fruits. C. Some beer and brandies are made of fruits. B. People use fruits for many things. D. We freeze fruits to eat whenever we need later. 11. Which substance do we need to have a healthy digestive system? A. Vitamins. B. Calories. C. Fiber. D. Carbohydrate. 12. People can be fat because they eat a lot of … . A. Sweets B. poultry C. cereal D. avocado 13. “ We freeze them to eat later.” ( par.2 ) The word “freeze” in the sentence is similar in meaning to … . A. Liquidate B. ice up C. preserve D. cool 14. “We eat them fresh, just as they are!” (last paragraph) The word “they” in the sentence refer to? A. Fruits. B. Jams. C. Jellies. D. Sweets. We often read books to get knowledge. But books can give us pleasure, too. When we are tired we read books to help us relax. Some books can also take us to other pans of the world. By reading a book about Irian Jaya we may feel we are sitting in the jungles, not at home in our rooms. Books can be very expensive. Therefore a lot of people go to libraries to borrow the books they want. Many famous people have got their knowledge from books. A lot of them did not go to school, but read books instead.
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15. Books are very important because they... A. are very boring to read C. make us very sad. B. can give us a lot of knowledge. D. We freeze fruits to eat whenever we need later. 16. What do you do if you want to get a lot of knowledge? We ... a lot of books A. borrow and read C. sell and buy B. buy and give . D. look for and lend. Indonesia has some of the richest forests in the world. The total area of forested land is approximately 120 million hectares. These forests have existed for millions of years and they have much to offer us. They are important for their products such as timber, rattan (= rotan), resin (= damar), etc. They are also important for keeping the soil fertile. The leaves of the forest trees fall to ground and become humus. The humus is the fertilizer for the soil. The forests are also important for preventing soil erosion and floods. The roots of the trees prevent the soil from being washed away by the rain. Some years ago the forests in Indonesia looked from the air like an unbroken carpet of green. Today there are a lot of
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- 71 bare patches (bidang-bidang tanah) where trees have been cut down and cleared. The trees have been cut down for timber. Forests are cleared for farms, mines and settlements. In some areas the destruction is continuing at a very rapid rate. If we do not stop this, our forests will be gone by the end of this century. Our government realizes this and has taken some steps to prevent the destruction. Some regulations have been issued (= dikeluarkan) to protect the forests. In addition, reforestation project are being carried out. These projects are as important as other big development project. It is our duty as good citizens to help the government carry out these programmes successfully.
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17. The total area of forested land in Indonesia is about ... hectares. A. 120.000.000 B. 12.000.000 C. 1.200.000 D. 120.000 18. What can forests give us? A. Forests can give us a lot of floods C. It can give us everything we need B. They can give us timber, rattan, resin, etc. D. They can give us nothing at all 19. What is the main idea in the second paragraph? It is about ... A. forest trees B. products C. forests D. humus 20. The main idea in the last paragraph is about ... A. preventing the destruction of the jungles B. carrying out the reforestation projects, C. a regulation has been issued to destroy the forest D. an important big development project 21. These projects are as important as other big development projects. "These projects" refers to ... A. preventing soil erosion C. keeping the soil fertile B. destroying the forests D. reforestation The word communication comes from the verb communicate, which means to give or exchange information, news, ideas or opinions by speech or writing. In other words, communication is the sending of information or news from one person to another, or the exchange of such information or news between people. Through communication people learn from one another the things they want to know. Imagine if human beings could not communicate with one another. If a person cannot communicate, he was not talk to other people, and not other people will talk to him or teach him anything. So it would be impossible for him to learn anything. Can be learn anything by himself? How could a child learn to do anything at all if he did not have the chance to communicate with other people, especially with his parents, brothers and sisters? He would not learn to talk and would not learn to do any other things either. Some must teach the child. In other words, someone must communicate knowledge and skills to the child. The main way people communicate with one another is by speaking. Two people can communicate with one another is by speaking. Two people can communicate in this way when they are near to each other. Nowadays, however, we can use electronic instruments like he telephone, radio and telegraph as a means of communication. If we do not have a telephone or a radio, we can still communicate by writing letters. Writing began when men used pictures to explain their thoughts to others. Now writing has become a very important means of communication. Newspapers, magazines, books and other printed materials use writing. Since communication is important for gaining knowledge, you must communicate actively with other people, especially with your teachers and friends at school.
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22. What is the main way people communicate with one another? By… A. speaking to each other C. using pictures B. writing letters only D. saying the words silently 23. The important idea in the fourth paragraph is about ... A. writing and reading magazines C. sending and receiving information B. having and ringing a telephone D. making and repairing instrument 24. The title of the text you’ve just read above is ... A. information B. collection C. transportation D. communication

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- 72 25. Writing began when men used pictures to explain their thoughts others. The word "thoughts" refers to ... A. expression B. opinion C. Emotion D. aspiration 26. How could a child learn to do anything at all if he did not have change to communicate with other people, especially his parents, brothers and sisters? The Italics word "he" refers to ... A. a boy B. a man C. a teacher D. the child's father. OUR FOREST Indonesia has some Of the richest forests in the world. The total area of forested land is approximately 120 million hectares. These forests have existed for million of years and they have much to offer us. They are important for their products, such as timber, rattan (= rotan), resin (= damar), etc. They are also important for keeping the soil fertile. The leaves of the forest trees fall to the ground an4 become humus. The humus is fertilizer for the soil. The forests are also important for preventing soil erosion and floods. The roots of the trees prevent the soil from being washed away by the rain. Some years ago the forests in Indonesia looked from the air like an unbroken carpet of green. Today there are a lot of bare patches (= bidang-bidang tanah) where trees have been cut down and cleared. The trees have been cut down for timber. Forests are cleared for farms, mines and settlements. In some areas the destruction is continuing at a very rapid rate. If we do not stop this, our forests will be gone by the end 6f this century. Our government realizes this and has taken some steps to prevent the destruction. Some regulations have been issued (= dikeluarkan) to protect the forests. In addition, reforestation projects are being carried out. These projects are as important as other big development projects. It is our duty,- as good citizens to help the government carry out these programmer successfully.
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27. What is the size of the forested land in Indonesia? It is approximately ... hectares, A. 120,000 B. 1,200,000 C. 12,000,000 D. 120,000,000 28. Why are the forests important? Because they … A. are fertilizer for the soil C. keep the soil fertile and prevent the soil erosion B. fall to the ground an become humus D. prevent the soil from being washed away by the rain 29. What is the third paragraph about? A. destruction of our forests C. forests which are cleared for farmsB. trees that have been cut down D. trees :are cleared for settlements 30. From paragraph three we know that there are .... Patches where trees have been cut down and cleared. A. plenty of B. only a few C. a great amount of D. very much 31. "These forests have existed for millions of years and they have much to offer us." The word "they" refers to ... A. products B. trees C. years D. forests THE OLYMPIC GAMES Nowadays almost everyone likes sports. Many people participate in some kind of sports such as football, swimming or running. A lot more people are interested in sports as spectators. They enjoy watching a football game, a swimming contest or an athletics contest. Among the biggest sports events in the world are the Olympic Games. They began in Greece long ago. They were held every four years at Olympia; only men participate in the games. Women could not even watch them in the stadium. At the first Olympic Games there was only one event, a running race. Later game had more events, long jump, javelin, boxing and chariot (= kereta perang) racing. The only prize the winner received was a crown of leaves. But it was a great honours to win. When the Romans conquered Greece, they continued to hold the Olympic Games. But they started to give winners big prizes, Then, people, began to cheat, so the Roman Emperor (= kaisar) Theodosius stopped the games. In 1896 a Frenchman, 'Baron Pierre de Couhertin, revived the Olympic Games. The games were held in Greece. They became the first modern Olympic Games. People from every country in the world can participate, and each time the games are held in a .different country. At each, new Olympic

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- 73 Games there is a special opening ceremony: the lighting of the Olympic torch. Runners carry the Olympic flame from Greece all the way to the host country for this purpose, Like the ancient games, the modern games take place every four years. About 30 sports are played. Today the winners receive medals as prizes instead of the old crown of leaves. The 1992 Olympic Games will be held in Barcelona, Spain.
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32. How many events were there at the first Olympic Games? A. One B. Two C. Three D. Four 33. When did Baron Pierre de Coubertin revive the Olympic Games? A. 1896 B. 1898 C. 1986 D. 1992 34. Which paragraph tells us that medals as prizes? A. second B. third C. fourth D. sixth 35. "Only men participated in the games. Women could not even watch them hi the stadium." The word "them" in the sentence above refers to ... A. games B. men C. events ' D. women THE INDONESIAN ARCHIPELAGO The Indonesian Archipelago is the largest group of islands in the world. It extends between two continents, Asia and Australia. It also lies between two oceans- the Samudra Indonesia and the Pacific Ocean. Indonesian's 13.667 islands stretch 5,120 kilo meters from east to west and 1.770 kilometers from north to south. I the five main islands are Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Irian Jaya. Indonesia has a land area of 1,904,345 square kilometers. More than half of it is forested land a large part is mountainous, with 15 of the mountains are still volcanically active, One of history's greatest volcanic eruptions, which killed thousands of people, occurred in 1883 on the island of Krakatau, which lies between, Java and Sumatra. Indonesia is one of the most populous countries in the world. Its total population is 160 million. More than 60% of the population lives on the island of Java. The Indonesian population consists of more than 300 ethnic groups which speak 500 different languages, but most of them understand the national language, Bahasa Indonesia. The Indonesian government's campaign to popularize Bahasa Indonesia at present can be seen through signs in public places and various offices which say "Use good Bahasa Indonesia correctly." Indonesia's Motto "Bhinneka Tunggal Ika", which means Unity in Diversity, symbolizes the unity of the people in spite of their different ethnic and cultural origins,
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36. Why is Bahasa Indonesia important for the Indonesians? A. Indonesian people understand the Bahasa Indonesia B. Bahasa Indonesia is our national language C. Bahasa Indonesia is a very important language D. The government encourages us to use the Bahasa Indonesia 37. The meaning of the Indonesia's Motto is ... A. Unity in Diversity C. National Anthem B. Bhinneka Tunggal Ika D. Indonesia's flag 38. The main idea of paragraph three is about the ... A. Krakatau's eruption C. forested land B. death of the people D. mountain is still active 39. It also lies between two oceans - the Samudra Indonesia and the Pacific Ocean, (paragraph one) The word "It" here refers to ... A. Indonesian Archipelago C. the two continents B. group of islands D. the five main islands

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- 74 WILDLIFE Our world has more than 1,500,000 kinds of plants and animals. Unfortunately we have lost a great many of those species and we are afraid that we shall lose many more if we are not careful. We can find none or only a small number of certain species of animals because people have been killing them. , They have done this either for food or just for fun. As the population grows, more and more species are lost and many forests become plain. People build dams and cause the loss of certain kinds of fish. People build wide roads, airfields and all kinds of big buildings and cut animals off from their sources of food. Factories of all kinds, as welt as ordinary people, throw away of all kinds into water: rivers, lakes, seas and oceans. Several kinds of waste contain poison. Although water can absorb or take away the waste, in some places water gets too much, then the water becomes overloaded or polluted. The cutting down of forests, the continuous killing of animals and the polluting of rivers, lakes and seas are some of our greatest problems. Can we solve these problems? If we want to, we can. Some Asian countries have built national parks and wildlife reserves to protect endangered species. In some other countries, however, these things are difficult to do because the people there still need to hunt these animals for food. We can help our government by obeying hunting and fishing laws and growing new plants to provide food and shelter for wildlife.
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40. Which paragraph tells us about the loss of certain species of fish because people build dams? A. second B. third C. fourth D. fifth 41. The main idea of paragraph six is about ... A. the cutting down of forests and animals B. people, have been killing the certain species of animals C. building national parks and wildlife reserve D. growing new plants to provide food 42. The people in some other countries still need to hunt the animals for food. This statement is in the paragraph ... A. three B. four C. five D. six 43. We can find none or only a small number of certain species' of animals because people have been killing them. The underlined "them" here refers to. ... A. wildlife B. species of animals C. factories D. buildings WALKING IS A SPORT Sport helps us to become strong and healthy. There are many kinds of sports: walking, running, hunting, cycling, swimming, and so on. It is- not important what kinds of sport we are going to do as long as we are strong enough to do it. Healthy people should exercise regularly, no matter how old they are. The simplest and the best sport is walking. It is also the cheapest one, because we do not need money to do it. A long walk in the evening may help us sleep more than any medicine. But people today do not like walking. They prefer to drive a car, though they are not in hurry or travelling a long distance. This kind of "disease" comes from our laziness.
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44. What is the cheapest and, the simplest sport? A. Running B. Walking C. Swimming D. Hunting 45. "They prefer to drive a car". The word they refers to ... A. money B. people C. Sport D. medicine 46. This kind of "disease" comes from our laziness, (see the last paragraph) A. illness B. sadness C. careless D. laziness TRANSPORTATION In big cities we see many kinds of transportation. Several kinds use engines, the rest use human energy. Buses, mini-buses, taxis, trains, bajajs and helicaks need engine to move, but becaks do not. The number of transportation increase every year. Do you know why?

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- 75 More an more people move from small towns or villages to big cities such as Jakarta, Surabaya, Ujungpandang and Medan to get jobs. Those cities get more population every year. These people need to move there. That's why, the government has to provide more transportation. Besides, business and communication also improve every year. People carry new products from part of the country to another by using long-distance transportation, for example ships, planes and truck. In Palembang an in some other part of Kalimantan people carry their crops to the market by sampan. They paddle along the river. It also a common sight to see people from outside Jakarta with baskets full of food crops on their bicycles or on mini-trucks.
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47. Becak needs ... to move. A. engine B. human energy C. sun energy D. water energy 48. People use long distance transportation, for example ships, planes, and truck, except ... A. bus B. bajajs C. cars D. trains 49. In big cities we see many kinds of transportation. Several kinds use engines, the rest use human energy. The italic word mean ... A. any B. most of C. some D. the others 50. The main idea of paragraph 2 is ... A. the kinds of transportation in big cities C. how to carry new products B. the increasing of population D. the part of the country 51. People use ... for long distance transportation. A. bikes B. bicycles C. carts D. trucks TELEVISION At present, almost every family has television, especially those who live in big cities. Now, television is not: one of luxurious things anymore because it is so common that almost every family has one. Many people - old and young - spend their time watching television, since there are lot of television programs we can enjoy. There are music, film, sport news and many other programs we can choose as we wish. An interesting program makes us keep watching it, so that sometimes we forget that we should do. It can be disturbance for us, but we still love to watch it. Everything in this world leads to two sides; good and bad, and so does television. As one of mass-media, television really brings many results. Of course, there are good results, and bad ones. The good results for us are that we get entertainment. It makes happy, and it also gives information and knowledge. On the other hand, television shows programs that are not suitable for our culture, custom and age. For example, the romantic and action films, that is shown at noon when children stay at home and watch them. However, in some ways television is very useful to us. We can choose the programmers in line our favorite programs. We, however, should consider many aspects.
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52. Now; television is not a ... thing. A. cheap B. important C. luxurious D. primary 53. "We, however, should consider many aspects" (the last line). The italic word means ... A. care B. know C. learn D. think 54. Who likes to watch television ? A. All people B. Old people C. Special people D. Young people 55. The main idea of paragraph 2 is ... A. only young people like to watch TV C. there are music, film, sport and news on TV B. sometimes TV programs disturb us D. television programs are interesting 56. How should we watch the TV programs? A. As much we like C. Choose the good one B. Choose the bad one D. Choose the suitable one
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- 76 INDONESIAN LIFE The Indonesian society consists of rural and urban, society. Rural society lives in villages. They usually make their livings by farming. Some make their livings by working in home industries. Home industries are usually small scale industries, so they don't need many workers. There are many kinds of jobs people can do in cities. Cities are the center of big industries. Most government; offices are also centered in cities. Therefore, most people in the village want to move to cities. The villagers move to cities in' great numbers to get jobs. Some get what they want, but most of them don't. They who have skills or good education can become government civil servants or employees of private enterprises. The unskilled and uneducated .can only work in informal' sectors, such as, food sellers, porters, and house servants. As the cities are densely populated, the demand for, daily needs increases sharply. This condition motivates the growth of trade and new merchants. Life in a city is a. competition. It is a hard life. Everyone must work to earn a living.
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57. How do the villagers make their living? A. farming or working in home industries B. becoming government civil servants 58. The, second paragraph is about ... in cities. A. how people live B. the conditions

C. enjoying the life in the villages D. becoming employees of private enterprises C. rural people D. big industries

59. Why do most villagers move to cities? Because ... A. there are many jobs open for people C. they are skilled and educated B. they no longer like farming D. there are no industries in their village 60. "Home industries are usually small-scale industries , so they don't need many workers", (paragraph 1) The italic word means ... A. balance B. measure C. size D. instrument 61. What is needed for a person get a good job? A. Farming experiences C. Ability to compete B. Skill in trade D. Skill and education WILDLIFE The earth has many kinds or species of animals. Part of the wildlife kingdom has already been lost, and a great many species are threatened. The cheetah is nearly extinct in Asia and so are whooping cranes in North America. There are about 600 animal species that are in danger of becoming extinct or dying off. Once an animal species is gone, it cannot be recreated. Elephants hunted for their ivory tusks are protecting! in Kenya, where big-game hunting is forbidden by law. Rhinoceroses, crocodiles, monkeys, sharks and whales are also protected. And so are parrots, eagles and birds of beautiful feathers. Uncontrolled killing, for profit or sport, was once the chief cause of extinction. Today laws regulate bunting and fishing in many countries. As populations grow, more forests are cleaned, and wildlife habitats are lost new dams may threaten the existence of certain kinds of fish. The construction of highways may cause and to lose their sources of food. Conserving other natural resources helps to protect wildlife. If we use less paper, fewer trees will be cut-down. If we use less, electricity, fewer dams will be built. We can also help conserve wildlife by obeying hunting and fishing laws, planting bushes and shrubs to provide food and shelter for wildlife.
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62. Hunting elephants for their ivory ... by law. A. is allowed B. is forbidden C. 63. More-wildlife habitats will be lost if ... A. more forests are burnt down C. B. we use less electricity D. 64. The third paragraph is about ... A. the construction of new dams C. B. the profit of hunters, D.

is punished

D. is encouraged

we provide more food other natural resources are conserved protection of natural resources the extinction of animal

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- 77 65. "Conserving other natural resources helps to protect wildlife."(paragraph 4) The italic word means ... A. cleaning B. hunting C. obeying D. Protecting Many people like camping. Indeed, camping is one of the most interesting hobbies. Camping is not very expensive. We can make the equipment from odds and ends. And we can do this long before we go camping. Camping is very useful for us. Camping can make us love our environment. It can also make us friendlier. Camping trains us to work cooperatively. When you go camping with some friends, do not forget to distribute the jobs. For example, some of you put the tent, some cook the meal, and some others are responsible for the first aid. You can also ask some of your friends to entertain all the members. Perhaps one of you will sing a country song, or read a poem. You can enjoy camping very much because you can do many interesting things. If you are near a swimming pool, you may have a swimming competition. You can play some sports, dance, or draw the panorama. You can bring your tape recorder or radio and enjoy your favorite music, or you can even play football with the students nearby.
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66. Why is camping very useful for us? Because it can ... A. entertain us C. teach us to sing B. make us love our environment D. teach us some sports 67. What do we have to remember when we go camping? A. To put up the tent. C. To read a poem B. To distribute the jobs D. To train our friends 68. "Camping trains us to work cooperatively." (paragraph 2) The italic word means ... A. easily B. happily C. hard D. together What is the ocean? It is a great body of water. It surrounds the land masses of the earth. It is the deepest pail of the sea. If we talk about the ocean we usually think of is largeness and depth. They make the people frightened to cross it. There are four main oceans in this world. They are the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Arctic Oceans. Sometime ago they were the limits of people's knowledge of the world. People were afraid to sail out into the ocean because no one knew what might be waiting for them there. Fortunately, the Portuguese navigators began to overcome this darkness. They discovered the shape of Africa. Then in 1492 Columbus sailed directly across the Atlantic. From the time on, other navigators explored the continents and islands in the unknown seas. Those lands became familiar parts of the world. Today routes of travel and commerce spread out across the Ocean. They bring the whole world together. The oceans seem small now, because it only takes a few hours to cross them in a commercial jet plane. Speaking of the ocean people should know the life and the forces of the sea. They must be aware of the waves, tides, currents, and storms. They must also be aware of the wild marine animals if they want to cross the ocean on a ship. Seas and straits are found in many places. There are remarkable forms of life under the sea. We cannot mention them all. There are many kinds of fish. A lot of mineral can be found in the sea. Indonesia is rich in marine resources. These resources can be used for the development of our country.
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69. We must be careful with ... when crossing the ocean. A. the Portuguese navigators C. the marine resources B. the wild marine animals D. a lot of minerals 70. What does the text tell us about? A. Routes of travel B. Marine animals C. Navigators D. Ocean's 71. What does paragraph 5 tell us about? A. How to cross the ocean. C. The life and a force in the sea B. The marine wild animals D. How to be aware of the animals.
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- 78 72. Why were people afraid of sailing out into the ocean? A. It was very large and deep C. They were afraid of the Portuguese navigators. B. There were many fish in the sea. D. The travel routes were well-known 73. "There are remarkable forms of life under the sea." (paragraph 6). "Remarkable" means ... A. expressive B. attractive C. familiar D. unusual INDONESIA WINS BRIGHTONBRIDGE The Indonesia bridge team received a warm welcome at home on Saturday after winning the Bridge Union international tournament in Brighton, England. Their faces wreathed in smiles, the bridge aces, the duo of Henky Lasut and Eddy Manoppo, the pairs of Deny Sakul and Franky Karwur and the partnership of Santje Panelewen and Giovani Watulingas showed off the Four Stars Trophy in a brief welcome ceremony led by chief of the Indonesia Contract Bridge Association Wiranto at Soekarno Hatta airport. The national team collected 92 points to triumph in the Aug. 17 - Aug. 25 events which are billed as one of the biggest annual tournament in Europe. The world's best 280 pairs took part in this year's meet. Coming second behind Indonesia was Sweden, followed by the United States. Adding spice to Indonesia's celebration, Panelewen and Watulingas were named the best tandem during the "Play with Expert" exhibition during the tournament. Team manager Munawar Sawiruddin told Wiranto that his players had assured their victory after the last session of the tournament
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74. Which country came second in the tournament? A. Sweden B. Europe C. Indonesia D. United States 75. How long did the tournament last? A. 25 days B. 20 days C. 17 days D. 9 days 76. "... which is billed as one of the biggest annual tournament in Europe." (paragraph 2) The italic word means ... A. weekly B. monthly C. yearly D. daily 77. "... that his players had assured their victory ..." (the last paragraph). The italic word means ... A. success B. fortune C. luck D. chance By the year 2000 the Indonesian population will have increased by 130 million, making the total number 280 million. But if parents today follow the family planning program, the population increase will be much less. Mainland China by the year 2000 will have a population of 4 billion people, which is an increase of 600 million people within a time span of about 25 years. India will probably have 11 billion people in the year 2000; this means that there will be an increase of 480 million if the birth-rate remains as it is now. According to records, in 1968 about two thirds of the world's population lived in less developed areas and only one-third in the more developed areas. By the year 2000, there is a strong possibility that the population in the less developed areas will have increased to 77 % and that the population in the more developed areas will be only 23 % of the world's total. It is estimated that South Asia's population will have doubled tram 1426 billion to 2,302 billion. The governments of the developing countries are working hard to improve the people's way of life, but they have only, succeeded to a certain extent. The Asian regions are always short of basic needs, such as food, clothing, shelter and education. And production' gains are always lagging behind, population growth. In order to produce more food, the government needs more farm land. It has been predicted that by the end of this century there will be only little farmland to support the growing population and that starvation will result. There are also optimists who think that there is and will be plenty of food now and in the future, But these people are only counting calories. Human beings need much more than just calories to stay alive and healthy, especially babies children. People need their growth. Poor people cannot get high quality food, so malnutrition among the poor is more common than shortage of calories. We can all help to solve this problem by working hard to reduce the birth-rate.
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- 79 78. What is the suitable title for the text? A. The Asian Population C. The World Population B. The South East Asian Population. D. The Indonesian Population. 79. The Asian countries Suffer from a lack of ... A. human resources B. primary needs C. modern equipment D. natural resources 80. It is estimated that South Asia will have a population of ... by the year 2000 A. more than 2 billion C. more than 4 billion B. more than 3 billion D. more than 5 billion 81. The number 280 million in the text refers to ... by the year2000. A. the Indian population C. the world population B. the Indonesian population D. Mainland Chinese population 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 many 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, algae is usually found in water and moss is found in wet places. The other group is the plants with stems. They consist of all the fruit trees, flower plants, vegetables and all the timber trees. These plants have roots, stems and leaves. The plants with stems can be divided into the flowering plants and the non-flowering plants. The flowering plants have a fruit with a seed inside the flower. Some seeds are flat like wings and are carried by the wind. Some seeds have fleshy fruits which animal eat and pass out. Some seeds are collected and distributed by man. In this way plants grow once again from seeds. 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.
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82. Plants which have no stems or roots or leaves are ... A. fruit trees B. flowering plants C. vegetables D. mosses and algae 83. We can find spores on the ... of non-flowering plants. A. seeds B. fruits C. flowers D. leaves 84. Paragraphs 4 and 5 talk about the ... of plants. A. regeneration B. planting C. growing D. flowering 85. "Both kinds of plants need a lot of water." (paragraph 2) The italic phrase refers to ... A. fruit trees and flower plants C. algae and mosses B. vegetables and timber trees . D. moss arid vegetables Nowadays people become busier and busier. Sometimes they have to do some important businesses in many different towns on the same day. To overcome this, we need the fastest mean of transportation. The best choice is to travel by air. Garuda Airlines, Merpati Nusantara Airlines and Bouraq are some of the Indonesian Airlines. Each offers the best facilities to the passengers. Travelling by air makes us feel that the world is getting narrower. We need less time to reach our destination than to travel on the road. You have to buy a ticket first before you travel by plane. You can get the tickets in the tickets agencies which are easy to get now. The worst thing in travelling by air is that the plane cannot reach any towns located within short distances. Town within sort distances does not have plane routes and small do not have airports.
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86. The best title for the passage above is … A. travelling by sea B. travelling by air C. travelling by land D. travelling by water 87. To reach …, travelling by air is faster than by road. A. place B. destination C. town D. city
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- 80 88. Because people are getting busier, travelling by air is the best way. The idea can be found in paragraph … A. one B. two C. three D. four 89. She made maiden voyage from Great Britain to New York in May 1936. The underline word has the same meaning as … A. first B. second C. third D. fourth 90. It was designed to be largest, faster, and the most luxurious ship in the world. The antonym of the words “largest” is … A. biggest B. smallest C. highest D. longest The application of sophisticated on ornamental plants and flowers results in the invention of new varieties and beautiful flowers in different shapes and colours. The effect is that there will be a great development of flower farming in the future. More over the farmers will be motivated to increase their production for export. This was said by the President on the opening ceremony of “Taman Bunga Nasional” (National Flower Park) in Cipanas, Bandung, West Java. TBN is built by Yayasan Bunga National in 1994. It is located in a village called Karang Luwih on a 35 hectare-land. This is planned to be the largest park and the largest exhibition area throughout the world. It is also a place conducting research and experiment on agriculture, especially flowers or other ornamental plants. The main purpose of this project is oriented on preparing the flowers/plants as one of the export commodities. “This will hopefully increase the living standard of farmers”, the president closed his speech.
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91. The best title for the text is … A. The use of new technology C. The living of flowers farmers B. The largest exhibition in the world D. The National Flower Park 92. What is the objective of using sophisticated technology in flower farming? A. To export ornamental plants and flowers C. To prepare the use of new technology B. To increase the income of Indonesian D. To get a great development in the future 93. The function of “TBN” is not only exhibition but also for … A. show B. export C. ceremony D. research Everyone of us has feelings. Some of these feelings are love, anger, fear, jealousy, sadness and worry. Some feelings are happy ones, but some upset us. Our feelings affect our health. A happy person is usually a healthy person. He can work,' study, play and sleep well. A person who feels worried, angry or sad cannot concentrate on his study. All the different parts of his body, like the digestive system and the circulatory system, will not work properly. These upset feelings can also cause headaches and raise the pulse rate.
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94. What is the main idea of paragraph 2? A. Our feelings affect our health. C. Our body has different parts B. Our health is very important. D. A happy person is usually healthy Java Jimmy's is featuring four bands Surabaya - The Java Jimmy's Irish Pub of the Westin Surabaya feature at least four famous Bands from Bandung and Jakarta: the Gypsy Can Band, the Ocean Park Band, the Brown Sugar Band, and the Funky Thumb Band. The attractive performance of those four group bands can be s«en from May 27 - June 30, at the music venues of the Java's Jimmy's Irish Pub. The four Bands perform various kinds of music, such as funky, R & B, and alternative music. They also will present freshness and new* nuance for Surabaya people. "While enjoying music, the guests can enjoy various cuisine a, la pub, such as Chicken Wings, Supreme Nachos, Cheese Quesadilla's and others," said Sri Rezeki, the Public Relations Manager of The Westin Hotel Surabaya.
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95. What is Java Jimmy's? A. a band B. a hotel

C. a pub

D. a cuisine

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- 81 96. The whole paragraph 3 tells us that ... A. the guests can come without invitation. B. This performance is intended to attract more guests C. Sri Rezeki is a successful Public Relation Manager D. The guest are the audiences who buy the tickets 97. The Public relation Manager has the duty to ... A. recognize the band to the people C. arrange food and drink B. popularize the hotel in the market D. find the famous band 98. The guests will enjoy the live musical entertainment in exactly A. two months B. four weeks C. five weeks D. 35 days 99. The word "Various" has similar meaning with ... A. different B. monotonous C. similar D. identical Newspapers are just what their name says. They are papers that print news. They first appeared in the 1400s just after printing began. Printers produced pamphlets telling people what was happening in the country and what they thought about it. Modern newspapers first appeared in the 1700s. Today, there are newspapers in almost every country in the world, in many different languages. Some are printed everyday, some are every week. One of the oldest newspapers is The Times which is printed in London. It began in 1785 when it was called the Universal Daily Register. It changed its name to The Times in 1788. Our country, Indonesia, also has a lot of newspapers. There are 94 newspapers in Indonesia. The publishing is concentrated in large cities. Jakarta has 24 dailies with half the total national circulation. Manado has 15 dailies, Medan has 12, and Surabaya has 9. The national news agency of Indonesia is Antara (Lembaga Kantor Berita Nasional Antara). It has domestic bureaus in thirty two provincial capitals and six foreign bureaus. Antara is an independent news agency.
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The reading text is about ... A. news B. printers C. publishers D. newspapers How many bureaus does "Antara" have? A. 6 B. 26 C. 38 D. 90 The city which has the most newspapers is ... A. Medan B. Surabaya C. Manado D. Jakarta "They first appeared in the 1400s just after printing began", (paragraph 1) The underlined word means ... A. rose B. surfaced C. survived D. existed

WHAT CAUSES MIGRAINES There are many unavoidable factors that can cause migraines, for example, menstrual cycles, weather changes, and stress. There are things that we eat or drink that can contribute to migraine. We can prevent migraines by avoiding these items. Migraines can be caused by what we eat, drink, or medicine we take. Migraine can be stimulated by caffeine, chocolate, old cheeses, ready-to-eat meats, monosodium glutamate, alcohol, citrus fruits and juices, bananas, yogurt, onions and other things. Among medications, medicines to kill pain and birth control pills are some of the causes.
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Which one doesn’t belong to the factors that can cause migraine? a. Menstrual cycles. b. Weather changes. c. Life style. d. Stress. Which items can stimulate migraines? a. Milk, sugar, butter and old cheese. c. Yogurt, caffeine, chocolate and alcohol. b. Citrus fruits, banana, peanut and grape. d. Bread, onions, candy and salad. From the short text above, we know that migraines .... a. are easy to be treated c. can be caused by food and drink b. are not caused by medicines d. cannot be prevented What kind of disease do you think “migraine” is? a. Headache. b. Toothache. c. Broken bones. d. Nose bleeding.

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- 82 108. “There are many unavoidable factors ...” (paragraph 1) The underlined word means …. a. cannot be prevented c. can be avoided b. cannot be avoided d. can be prevented

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Which statement is NOT TRUE according to the text? a. To read something for an hour, a person needs 100 calories. b. A person needs 350 calories per hour to play football. c. Inactive persons do not need calories at all. d. Food is burnt by the body to get energy. How many calories do we need? It depends on .... a. how old we are c. our weight and what we do b. how heavy we are d. our age and our weight The text mainly tells us about .... a. energy b. calories c. protein d. minerals A sportman will need ... a businessman. a. as many calories as c. more calories than b. not so many calories as d. less calories than “ more if she does heavy physical work and less if she is very inactive.” The underlined word means .... a. very active b. quite active c. rather active d. not active

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Who is Yanto? a. My neighbour. b. Mr. Mario’s son.

c. Mr. Mario’s grandson. d. A government employee.

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- 83 115. What is the main idea of paragraph two? a. Yanto cashed his saving in the bank two months ago. b. Yanto can save money from selling newspaper. c. Mrs. Mario’s mother is Yanto’s grandmother. d. Yanto spends a lot of money for his pocket money. Mr. Mario has ... children. a. one b. two c. three d. four Yanto’s grandmother is probably living .... a. not far from Yanto’s house c. in the city b. at the same “Kampung” as Yanto’s d. in a village “The prices are reasonable so people like to go shopping there.” (paragraph 1) The word ‘there’ refers to .... a. a small house b. Mr. Mario’s shop c. the grocery store d. the market

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Daniela Hantuchova is from .... a. Italy b. German c. France d. Slovakia What does the news tell us about? a. Tennis match. b. Badminton match. c. Athletic event. d. All England. Who will play at the final match? a. Martina Sucha. b. Natalie Dechy. c. Daniela Hantuchova. d. Amelie Mauresmo. “Hantuchova broke twice to seal victory.” The underlined word nearly means .... a. joy b. occasion c. satisfactory d. success

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12. PROCEDURAL TEXT
Ingredient  250 cc hot water  50 gram instant porridge  1 spoon soya sauce  1 spoon chili sauce  Cracker  10 gram meat floss Meat Floss Porridge Suggested Preparation 1. Put instant porridge into a bowl 2. Pour 250 cc hot water. Stir well Leave it for about 3 minutes until porridge thickened 3. Add soya sauce and chili sauce (as much as you like) 4. Then, spread crackers and meat floss Then porridge is ready to be served.
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1. How much instant porridge do you need to make the meat floss porridge? a. 250 cc b. 50 gram. c. 1 spoon d. 10 gram 2. What should you do after stirring the porridge? a. Put the instant porridge into a bowl c. Add crackers and meat floss b. Add soya sauce and chili sauce d. Wait for about 3 minutes. 3. … until the porridge thickened” a. to become solid. b. to get weak c. to raise the volume d. to become powder How do we make fried Bananas? OK. I will tell you. You have to prepare some bananas, flour, cooking oil, water and some salt. Here are the steps to make them. First, peel the bananas and slice them into or three slices. Next, prepare the mixture of flour with water and a little salt. Then, roll the bananas in the mixture, and fry them in hot cooking oil until they turn brown. After that take them and drain them for a moment. Finally, put the fried bananas into a dish and serve them.
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4. What should we do with bananas, after peeling them? a. Cut them into 2 or 3 slices c. Fry them in hot oil b. Roll them in the mixture d. Eat them all. 5. How many materials should we prepare to make bananas? a. Four b. Five c. Six d. Seven 6. “Finally, put the fried bananas into a dish and serve them.” (Last sentence) What is the synonym of “dish” above? a. Spoon b. Fork c. Plate. d. Bowl Ingredients : 1. Cubes of lamb 2. Squares of green pepper 3. Onions 4. Salad 5. Tikka seasoning mixture TIKKA KEBAB Step : 1. Cut Onions into quarters 2. Out cubes of lamb, squares of green pepper and onions squares on bamboo skewers and marinate them in Tikka seasoning 3. Grill them 4. Serve them with a salad (curry like seasoning from India)
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7. What does the writer write the text for? a. To inform how to serve a salad c. To tell how to make Tikka Kebab. b. To explained how to make a salad d. To discuss how to make cubes of lamb 8. How many ingredients are needed to make Tikka Kebab? a. Three b. Four c. Five . d. Six 9. What does the word “them” in step 2 refers to? a. Cubes of lamb and onions c. Square of green paper and onion b. Onion, bamboo skewers and salad d. Cubes of lamb, Onions, and square of green pepper.

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10. What is the first thing to do when cooking rice using a magic com? a. Adjusting the quantity of water c. Plugging the cable into the electric socket b. Washing the rice, in the inner pot d. Weighing the rice using the measure cup. 11. The maximum amount of rice that can be cooked with the magic com is … measure cup. a. Two b. Three c. Four. d. Five 12. “Put it in the inner pot, and adjust the quantity of water” The underlined word means the … water as suggested. a. Amount. b. Number c. Size d. Weight PRINCESS RICE COOKER 1. Measure out required quantity of rice using measuring cup provided. Wash ripe in pan, then put rice in the cooking pot and add water up to the level as recommended by the marking. However, the quantity of water used will depend on the age and strain of the rice, as well as personal taste. * Do not exceed the maximum water level mark 2. Set the cooking pot inside the rice cooker, making certain that the base is dry. Ensure that cooking pot is in direct contact with the heating element by rotating it slightly until it seats properly. The rice cooker malfunctions if the cooking pot is incorrectly positioned. * Always keep the exterior bottom of the cooking pot and heating plate clean and dry 3. When ready to cook, plug the power supply cord into an AC wall outlet. Press COOK. Once rice is cooked, a built-in heat censer will automatically switch the COOK mode to WARM mode. Allow rice to rest for about 15 minutes before serving.
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13. Press the cook button ... a. to cook the rice. c. to make the built-in heat censer work b. to warm the cooked rice d. to switch the cook mode to warm mode 14. Describe briefly how to cook rice using the Princess Rice cooker. a. Plug to power cord into the rice cooker, then push the cooking switch b. Plug the power cord, press cook and switch the cook mode for about 15 minutes c. Measure the quantity of rice and set the cooking pot inside the rice cooker d. wash rice, put in the cooking pot with some water, plug the power cord, and press cook . 15. How long should we allow rice to rest before serving? a. 10 minutes b. 15 minutes. c. 20 minutes d. 30 minutes 16. “The rice cooker malfunctions if the cooking pot is incorrectly positioned.” The italic words mean... a. it fails to work properly. b. it can't warm the cooked rice c. it automatically switches off the cook mode d. it needs more than 15 minutes to rest before serving
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- 86 17. How many materials do you need to for recording in the tape recorder? a. Two. c. Five b. Three d. Six 18. What must you do before you insert the cassette? a. Plug in the cable or check the batteries. b. Push the fast forward button c. Push the eject button to open recorder d. Push the recorder button to record
Tools : a tape recorder, a cassette Operation:  Plug in the tape recorder or check the batteries  Push the eject button to open the recorder  Insert the cassette, close the cover  Push the fast forward button to advance the tape then stop  Press the play and record button  Record your voices. (TO-1.25-28.UN.0910)

19. “Insert the cassette and close the cover.” The underlined word has the same meaning with … a. Keep b. Enter c. Save d. Put in. 20. Which one is the best goal for the text above? a. How to record your voice in the tape recorder. b. How to play cassette c. How to insert the cassette into tape recorder d. How to operate the cassette Make sure the switch is off. Place ingredients into the blender container. Add some water if needed. Put the lid on. Place the container on the motor housing. Plug in the cable. Select one of two speed buttons as required. Use PULSE switch for precision blending. then adding ingredients or seasonings, remove the small lid for adding things in the middle of the blender lid.  After grinding, press the switch off.  Unplug the cable.      
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21. What does the text about? a. How to grind c. How to make use a refrigerator b. How to use a blender. d. How to operate a mixer 22. The purpose of the text is … a. To describe something c. To narrate a story b. To instruct something. d. To argue on something 23. How many speed buttons are there? a. One b. Two . c. Three d. Four 24. Do you always have to add water? a. Of course b. No. c. Yes d. Certainly 25. Use PULSE switch for precision blending. The word which is not the synonym of the underlined word, EXCEPT…. a. fine b. well c. chunks. d. excellent How to make jelly Jelly can be made very simply by following these directions. You will need one packet of jelly crystals, a 500 ml jug, 250 ml of boiling water, 200 ml of cold water, and a bowl. Do as the following steps: 1. Empty contents of a packet of jelly crystals into the jug 2. Add boiling water 3. Stir well until crystals dissolve 4. Add the cold water and stir 5. Pour mixture into a bowl 6. Refrigerate until firm
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- 87 26. How much cold water to make jelly? a. 500 ml b. 250 ml c. 200 ml. d. 100 ml 27. What will we do before the water is boiled? a. Empty the contents of the jelly packet. c. Pour the mixture into a bowl b. Add the mixture with cold water d. Refrigerate the mixture

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28. You have to … before you push COOK button. a. Connect the cord to electrical socket c. Cook the rice in the rice cooker b. Warm the rice in the pot d. Switch the cook mode to warm mode 29. Describe briefly how to cook rice using TAKASIMURA RICE COOKER! a. Plug the power cord into the rice cooker socket, push the cooking switch, and wait for 15 minutes b. Plug the power cord, press cook, and switch the cook mode for 15 minutes c. Measure the quantity of rice, set the cooking pot inside the rice cooker, plug the power cord, and clean and dry the heating plate. d. Wash rice, put it in the cooking pot with water in, plug the power cord, and press cook button. 30. “The rice cooker will malfunction if the cooking pot is incorrectly positioned.” The underlined word means… a. It fails to work properly c. It automatically switches off the cook mode b. It can’t warm the cooked rice d. It needs over 15 minutes to rest before serving 31. The text is about… a. an advertisement of a rice cooker c. an introduction of a new product b. a manual instruction of using the rice cooker d. the use of rice cooker

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- 88 32. Which of the following is in the correct order? a. Boil for 4 minutes, place egg in saucepan, bring water to boil, drain saucepan b. Bring water to boil, place egg in water, boil for 4 minutes, drain sauce pan. c. Bring water to boil, place egg in saucepan, drain saucepan, boil for 4 minutes d. Bring water to boil, place egg in saucepan, boil for 4 minutes, drain saucepan 33. To avoid the egg being broken, what should you do? a. Drop the egg in water as fast as possible c. Put the egg in a drain sauce pan b. Drop the egg in water as fast as possible d. Put the egg in water with a spoon. 34. How many step to boil an egg? a. Four b. Five c. Six d. Seven. 35. "...makes a tasty treat." The synonym of the underlined word is... a. Decorated b. Delicious. c. Hot d. Salty PRINCESS RICE COOKER 1. Measure out required quantity of rice using measuring cup provided. Wash ripe in pan, then put rice in the cooking pot and add water up to the level as recommended by the marking. However, the quantity of water used will depend on the age and strain of the rice, as well as personal taste. * Do not exceed the maximum water level mark 2. Set the cooking pot inside the rice cooker, making certain that the base is dry. Ensure that cooking pot is in direct contact with the heating element by rotating it slightly until it seats properly. The rice cooker malfunctions if the cooking pot is incorrectly positioned. * Always keep the exterior bottom of the cooking pot and heating plate clean and dry 3. When ready to cook, plug the power supply cord into an AC wall outlet. Press COOK. Once rice is cooked, a built-in heat censer will automatically switch the COOK mode to WARM mode. Allow rice to rest for about 15 minutes before serving.
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36. Press the cook button ... A. to cook the rice C. to make the built-in heat censer work B. to warm the cooked rice D. to switch the cook mode to warm mode 37. Describe briefly how to cook rice using the Princess rice cooker. A. Plug to power cord into the rice cooker, then push the cooking switch. B. Plug the power cord, press cook and switch the cook mode for about 15 minutes. C. Measure the quantity of rice and set the cooking pot inside the rice cooker D. wash rice, put in the cooking pot with some water, plug the power cord, and press cook 38. How long should we allow rice to rest before serving? A. 10 minutes B. 15 minutes C. 20 minutes D. 30 minutes 39. 'The rice cooker malfunctions if the cooking pot is incorrectly positioned. The italic phrase means ... A. it fails to work properly C. it automatically switches off the cook mode B. it can't warm the cooked rice D. it needs more than 15 minutes to rest before serving EASY TO USE AND EFFICIENT The MegatronTM microwave oven brings the latest cooking technology into your kitchen. This microwave oven uses state of the art magnetic technology to heat your food electronically. It safe, clean, and most of all, very efficient. Just follow the steps bellow: 1. Plug in the microwave. No need to press an ON button, the microwave is always ready to use! It is in a standby mode to save power. 2. Put your food in Mega TM microwave bowl. Made from durable non-stick plastic. Multipurpose and easy to clean. Come free with your purchase of MegatronTM microwave oven. 3. Put the bowl into the microwave, close the oven door 4. Press the Auto Cook Button. Choose from the option: Meat, Vegetable, Rice, Cake and Microwave Meal. 5. Press the START button. The microwave oven will cook the food in a matter of minutes. It will stop automatically when the food is done.

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- 89 6. When the microwave stop, press the OPEN button and take the bowl out of the oven. Your meal is ready to serve.
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40. What must we do first if we want to operate the new Megatron microwave oven? a. Put the food in the microwave oven c. Press the on button b. Use a standby mode d. Plug in the microwave oven 41. What is the text about? a. How to purchase the megatrom oven b. How to stop and press the mega microwave bowl c. How to use a microwave d. How to clean a multi purpose microwave 42. The text shows that the product can cook the food … a. Very fast b. Really easily c. rather quickly d. fairly slowly How to make a greeting card Material  Hard Cover  Various Stickers  Coloring pens Instruction  Fold the paper into two  Decorate the front page with the various stickers  Open the paper  Write the name of the receiver of the card at the upper part with coloring pens  Then write your messages in the center part of the page  Don’t forget to write the name of the sender of the card under it  Your greeting card is ready to send.
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43. We write the name of the sender of the card on the … a. Front page of the card c. Center part of the page b. Upper part of the second page d. Under the content of the message 44. From the text we can conclude that the various stickers are used to make the card … a. Easy b. Useful c. beautiful d. Expensive How to make a pencil case Steps 1. Choose the size you want. If you want to put longer items, such as a ruler, place in your pencil case, you’ll need a longer pencil case. 2. Find a bag or box that suitable with your choice of size. It doesn’t have to be nice looking, but strong and clean. 3. Cover the box with paper, any color. 4. Decorate the container, Try some or all of the following ideas : - Put on some cool stickers - Decorate with your own art work with markers: draw lines, shape, animals, people, etc. - Cut some magazine pictures and stick them on it. - Totally cover the box with wrapping paper, and - Glue on shells, buttons, or anything else you want to decorate the pencil case with, add glitter if you like. 5. Show all your friends, and be proud of your unique pencil case
(P45_UN_09/10)

45. The length of the pencil case depends on … a. the items we are going to put there c. the size of the pen b. the ruler we have d. the box that we find 46. From the text above we can conclude that we have to be … in decorating the box to have a good result. a. brave b. careful c. creative d. risky
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13. INVITATION CARD
1. Paul is … husband. a. Opal’s b. Eliza’s c. Elsa’s d. Natalia’s 2. What is the purpose of the text about? a. To promote an everlasting relationship b. To invite someone to join the party c. To announce a wedding party d. To describe a certain party
(P12.5-6.UN.0809)

Please join us As we celebrate our 40th Anniversary Paul and Opal Wright Friday, May 7th 6.30 p.m. – 10.00 p.m.
Our New Home Komplek TSI Durikosambi Cengkareng (Dinner Will be served) RSP 54390186 (Elsa/Natalia/Eliza)

You’re invited to a house warming party!!! When? Sunday, May 15 Where? 12 Main Place R.S.V.P. to Chris or Sandra 3. The invites must … Chris or Sandra to confirm their arrival. a. meet b. confess to c. commit to 4. What is the purpose of the text? a. To give information that there is a hose warming party b. To celebrate the happiness of the owner of the house c. To invite someone to a house warming party d. To announce that the new house is open d. call.

(P70.5-6.UN.0809)

You and your partner are invited to attend Eleanor Mckays’s 15th Birthday In The Casino Green House 24th January 2008 at 7.00 p.m.

5. How old will Eleanor Mckays be in 2016? a. 20 b. 21 c. 22 d. 23 6. When was Eleanor Mckays born? a. in 2003 b. in 2005 c. in 1993 d. in 1995
The Director of the Indonesian Import Company request the company of

7. What is the purpose of the text? a. To invite someone b. To inform people c. To send a message d. To remind somebody

Mr. John Taylor Managing Director of Woolcat Ltd. Hampshire On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary Of their company at the International Club in Jakarta On 10 September at 8.15 p.m. (Dinner at 9.00 p.m.) (Dress-Formal) R.S.V.P Zu Bakir, Indonesia Import Company, 250 Serang Road Jakarta Indonesia.

8. Which statement is TRUE based on the text above? a. Mr. Zu Bakir is the director of the International Club b. The invitees should inform Zu Bakir about their coming c. Mr. Taylor is the director of the Indonesian Import Company d. The Indonesian Import Company is located in Hampshire England.

(P12.30-31.UN.0809)

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Dear Anita, Hi, friend. Here I invite you to my 13th birthday party Date : Monday, 15 April 2007 Time : 4 p.m. Place : My House Jl, Andalas No.32 Makasar Pleas come! Without you the party will be different. Cheers, Delia (47-48.UN.2007)
th

11. When will the Halima’s birthday party be Dear Hasri, held? Hi friend, here I invite you to my 16th birthday party a. At 4 p.m. Date : Sunday, 14 February 2010 b. At Jl. Martadinata no.57 Tasikmalaya Time : 4 p.m. c. At her house Place : My house, Jl. Martadinata d. On February 14 no.57 Tasikmalaya. Please, arrive on time! Without you the 12. In what year was Halima born? party will be different. a. 1996 c. 1994 Cheers, b. 1995 d. 1993 Halima 13. Halima hopes that Hasri …… a. Sings and dances c. Attends her party b. Wears new dress d. Bring a present 14. When was Tina born? a. 1993 b. 1994 c. 1995 d. 1996 15. From the text we know that the facts below are true. Except … a. Tina will celebrate her birthday party b. Tina is 14 years old now c. Tina really hopes that there is a present for her d. Tina invites Risky to her birthday party
(TO-1.9-10.UN.0809)

16. The party will be held … a. in the morning c. in the afternoon b. in the evening d. at night 17. The purpose of the text above is … a. to forbid someone to come to Kelly Madison’s birthday party b. to invite someone to attend Kelly Madison’s birthday party c. to inform everyone about a birthday party d. to remind someone to celebrate a birthday
(TO-1.9-10.UN.0809)

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- 92 18. Where will the graduation party be held? a. At Osis room. b. On Sudirman street. c. At Nusantara school. d. At Art room Pramesti Hotel. 19. How long is the graduation party carried out? a. 2 hours. B. 3 hours. c. 9 hours. d. 11 hours 20. Who does invite probably? a. student B. OSIS c. teachers 21. Where will the graduation party be held? a. At the Osis room. b. At the School Hall c. At SMP Insan Cendekia d. At Ball Room of Hilton Hotel 22. How long is the graduation party be? a. 2 hours. B. 3 hours. c. 4 hours. d. 5 hours
All Students of Grade 9 You are invited to: GRADUATION PARTY 2010 SMP NUSANTARA Day/Date : Saturday, the fifteenth of July two thousand and ten Time : 10 a.m. – 01 p.m. Venue : Art Room Pramesti Hotel Jl. Sudirman kav. 9 – 11 Bandung *Invitation card available at OSIS room.

d. someone
All Students of Grade 9 You are invited to: GRADUATION PARTY 2010 SMP Insan Cendikia th Day/Date : Saturday, 6 June 2010 Time : 10 a.m. – 03 p.m. Venue : Ball Room, Hilton Hotel Jl. S.Parman Kav 9-10 Surabaya Come and join us! *Invitation card are available at OSIS room. (P12_UN_0910)

Students Organization SMP Negeri 123 Jl. Surilang No. 6 Jakarta 13760, Telp (021) 8403316 Dear Ribka, We invite you to attend our meeting that will be held: - on Saturday, April 24th, 2010 - at 1.30 p.m. – 2.30 p.m. - in the school hall Agenda : Final preparation for The PORSENI 2010 Competition Please come on time. See you there! Rica Secretary 23. What will the meeting discuss? a. The result of PORSENI 2010 b. The final preparation for the PORSENI 2010 competition c. The competition for PORSENI 2010 d. The competition for the student organization 24. The meeting will be held … a. in the evening b. in the evening 25. Chaca Chairperson
(P45_UN_0910)

c. in the morning

d. at night

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14. CLOZE PASSAGES
PLATYPUS Many people call platypus duckbill because this animal has a bill like duckbill. Platypus …(1)… a native Tasmania and southern and eastern Australia. Platypus …(2)… a flat tail and webbed feet. Its body length is 30 to 45 cm and covered with a thick and woolly layer of fur. Its bill is detecting prey and stirring up mud. Platypus’ eyes and head are small. It has no ears but has ability to sense sound and light. Platypus …(3)… in streams, rivers, and lakes. Female platypus usually dig burrows in the streams or river banks. The burrows are blocked with soil to …(4)… it from intruders and flooding. In the other hand, male platypus does not need any burrow to stay. 1. a. is b. are c. was d. were 2. a. has b. had c. have d. having 3. a. live b. lives c. lived d. living 4. a. protecting b. protected c. protects d. protect A petrol car engine converts petrol into motion so that the car can move. The ...(5)... way to do that is to burn the petrol inside an engine. ...(6)..., a car engine is an internal combustion engine - combustion takes place internally. Almost all cars currently use what is ...(7)... a four – stroke combustion cycle to convert petrol into motion. The four – stroke approach is also known as the Otto cycle. 5. a. easy 6. a. but 7. a. call b. easier b. however b. calls c. easiest c. although c. called
21 Boulevard Avenue Sun Beach Perth 3140 December 22, 2009 Dear Shinta I'm glad you are coming to Perth. There ...(8)... so many places you can visit and things you can do. On this occasion I'd like to ...(9)... you to have dinner with my family on Saturday. I hope you will come, thank you. ...(10)... Penny

d. more easy d. Therefore d. calling

8. a. is 9. a. see 10. a. Dear

c. was d. were c. visit d. invite d. Love d. Happily HOW FISH SWIM Most fish use their side, back, and tail fins for swimming. Fins …(11)… movable, fanlike parts. A fish …(12)… through the water by swinging its tail fins back and forth. A fish uses …(13)… other fins to steer …(14)… to stop. Sometimes the other fins also help it go fast through the water. Most fishes have bodies shaped like a torpedo. Their bodies are pointed at the head and at the tail. This streamlined body helps fish speed through water. Sailfish can swim as …(15)… as 70 miles per hour (110 kilometers per hour). …(16)… fish have unusual shapes. Rays have flat, disc-shaped bodies. Large fins like wings go out from a ray’s head. To swim, rays flap the fins. Most fish also have swim bladders. They fill their swim bladders …(17)… air. Their air-filled swim bladders act like life jackets. They keep the fish from sinking to the bottom. 11. a. are b. were c. is d. was 12. a. are moving b. move c. moved d. moves 13. a. their b. its c. it d. them
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b. are b. come b. Sign

- 94 14. a. nor 15. a. slowly 16. a. some 17. a. in Dear Aunty, I ...(18)... a two-year-old male cat. He is a stray we allow into the house but he loves the outdoors. There is this other big cat in the neighborhood who is rather ...(19)... . My problem is ...(20)... a fight with the big cat, my cat returns home with bleeding scars. Sometimes I‘d wake up in the middle of the night to rescue him from a fight. Please tell ...(21)... how to end this problem. I ...(22)... want to give him away. - Julia 18. a. will have b. am having c. had d. have 19. a. tame b. fierce c. big d. nice 20. a. while b. when c. before d. after 21. a. me b. I c. we d. he 22. a. am not b. didn’t c. don’t d. doesn’t People are not permitted to ... (23) the rare animals because they will become extinct. Besides, our grandchildren will not be able to ... (24) them in the future.
__ EBTANAS 2000

b. but b. fast b. most b. to

c. and c. hurriedly c. all c. near

d. or d. hastily d. a little d. with

23. A. keep B. kill C. save D. preserve 24. A. hunt B. kill C. see D. sell Newspapers are important source of information. That is why, most people in big cities … (25) to certain newspaper. They begin their days by reading the paper. In this way, they learn what is going on in the world. Sometimes, however, they do not have time to read the news carefully. They only have time for a quick look at the front … (26).
__ EBTANAS 2001

25. A. subscribe B. provide C. buy 26. A. press B. page C. stories Mount Galunggung is an active volcano. It ... (27) several times. 1889. Hundreds of villages were destroyed by the eruption. calamity.

D. read D. comment First, Mount Galunggung ... (28) in Many people ... (29) to avoid the
UN_C2_P1_2003/2004

27. a. has erupted b. is erupting c. erupts d. erupted 28. a. has erupted b. is erupting c. erupted d. erupts 29. a. was evacuating b. has evacuated c. were evacuated d. evacuate We are now living in a small tiny world. You just sit on your chair, read the ... (30), listen to the radio and watch the news and … (31) that happens on the other parts of the world from a radio and... (32) to explore the universe. This mass media technology develops day after day.
UN_C2_P1_2003/2004

30. a. brochure b. journal c. magazine d. newspaper 31. a. events b. stories c. articles d. advertisements 32. a. internet b. telephone c. television d. walky talky People have cut down the forest trees, which ... (33) flood every where in the last rainy season. We ... (34) also lack of water in last dry season. Please obey the regulation to …(35) our forest for our future.
UN_C2_P17_2003/2004

33. a. causes b. is causing c. caused d. will cause 34. a. have been b. were c. are d. will be 35. a. keeping b. kept c. keep d. keeps It was a public holiday. We did not have anything to do, so Father suggested ...(36) us to Safari Park in Cisarua. All of us got very ...(37). Mother quickly prepared some drinks and snacks for the trip. My brothers and I ...(38) got dressed and brought a camera. Within one hour, we were all ready and settled ourselves in the car.
UN_C2_P1_2004/2005

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The coach of the Indonesia basketball team calls a time-out and instructs his players to change then* strategy. He ... (39) Jody to keep the ball as long as possible. Jody is good at dribbling the ball. His skill in controlling the ball is ... (40) but he is not quite good at shooting. Togar is better at shooting and he is also the fastest player in the team. His only ... (41) is that he is very thin and not very strong.
UN_C2_P1_2006/2007

39. A. knows 40. A. preventive 41. A. appearance

B. tells B. imperfect B. weakness

C. thinks C. doubtful C. strength

D. leaves D. excellent D. ability

Here are some ... (42) on how to be a successful English learner. First, don't be ... (43) of making mistakes. Second, use every opportunity to practice your English. At last, be an optimistic person.
UN_C2_P45_2006/2007

42. A. tips 43. A. afraid

B. clues B. proud

C. plans C. brave

D. rules D. shy

Rhino has a parrot It has … (44) feather. There are yellow, blue and red. Coly is very noisy … (45) always imitates the human voice. It has curved bill. It also has feet with two pointing forward and two backward. The feet help it to …(46) on the branches and hold food.
UN_C2_P12_2007/2008

44. a. ugly 45. a. it 46. a. fly

b. nice b. its b. take

c. colorful c. They c. grip

d. beautiful d. their d. bring

Deep-sea Light Show Creatures that …(47)… in the deep-sea, such as squids, shrimps, and clamps create a glowing blue light called bioluminescence. They use this …(48)… for communicating with other deep-sea creatures or scaring away the predators. By doing so, these creatures save their live …(49)… .
(P70.44-46.08/09)

47. a. breath 48. a. colour 49. a. gradually

b. sleep b. light b. cleverly

c. flow c. smell c. clumsily

d. live d. body d. easily

The sugar glider is marsupial, just like so many other Australian animals, for instance, kangaroo and the koala. It is very similar to “Tupai” in Indonesia. The sugar glider is a possum. It basically …(50)… in trees. It eats leaves and fruits. However, the Australian sugar glider has a very special …(51)…. It can jump from tree to tree …(53)… like the “Tupai”, but it can also sort of fly. In fact, it glides.
(P12.44-46.08/09)

50. a. stays 51. a. mood 52. a. fast

b. leaves b. character b. high

c. lives c. trought c. low

d. plays d. skill d. aside

Scientist …(53)… that increase in these gases in the atmosphere will make the Earth a warmer place. They expect a global rise in the average temperature of 1.4 to 5.8 Celsius degree (2,5 to 10.4 Fahrenheit degree) in the next century. The average …(54)… has in fact been rising. The 1990s were the warmest decade on record, and 2005 was the warmest year on record. Some scientists are reluctant to say that global warming has actually begun because climate …(55)… varies from year to year and decade to decade, and it takes many years of records to be sure of fundamental change. There is little disagreement, though, that global warming is on its way.
(P45.46-48.09/10)

53. a. hope 54. a. climate 55. a. absolutely

b. think b. weather b. naturally

c. expect c. temperature c. totally

d. predict d. atmosphere d. extremely

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15 – JUMBLE WORDS
1. Arrange the following jumbled words to make a good sentence.

her class – in – diligent – Jessica – very – is – student – a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 a. 4 – 6 – 8 – 5 – 3 – 7 – 2 – 1 c. 2 – 1 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 5 – 7 – 3 b. 4 – 2 – 1 – 6 – 8 – 5 – 3 – 7 d. 2 – 1 – 8 – 5 – 3 – 7 – 6 – 4
2. Arrange the following jumble words to make a good sentence.

a phone call – her – there – for – was – the geography teacher – was teaching – while 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 a. 8 – 6 – 7 – 3 – 5 – 1 – 4-- 2 c. 6 – 7 – 2 – 8 – 3 – 5 – 1 – 4 b. 8 – 2 – 7 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 3 – 1 d. 3 – 5 – 1 – 4 – 6 – 8 – 2 – 7
3. Arrange the following jumble words to make a good sentence.

Not to use – with – for water – be careful – the pump – except – other liquid 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 a. 5 – 4 – 1 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 6 c. 7 – 4 – 6 – 5 – 2 –1 – 3 b. 4 – 1 – 5 – 2 – 7 – 6 – 3 d. 4 – 1 – 7 – 2 – 5 – 3 – 6
4. Choose the best arrangement of the words to make a good sentence.

Is – but – beautiful – the girl – attitude – bad – has – she – a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a. 4 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 8 – 7 – 5 – 6 – 9 c. 4 – 1 – 3 – 2 – 8 – 7 – 6 – 5 - 9 b. 4 – 1 – 8 – 3 – 2 – 7 – 6 – 5 – 9 d. 4– 1 – 5 – 8 – 2 – 6 – 7 – 3 – 9
5. Choose the best arrangement of the words to make a good sentence

your – just – laptop – put – this case – inside – slide – and – your bag – it – into 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 a. 2- 4- 1- 3- 6- 5- 8- 7- 10- 11- 9 c. 7- 9- 11- 1- 3- 8- 2- 5- 6- 4- 10 b. 4- 1- 6- 11- 3- 8- 7- 9- 10-2- 5 d. 2-4- 6- 3- 1- 8- 5- 7- 11- 10- 9
6. Choose the best arrangement of the words to make a good sentence

but – she – must – soon – is – Melly – here – leave 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 a. 6- 7- 4- 1- 2- 5- 3- 8 c. 2- 5- 7- 1- 6- 3- 4- 8 b. 8- 6- 4- 1- 2- 7- 3- 5 d. 6- 5- 7- 1- 2- 3- 8- 4
7. Choose the best arrangement of the words to make a good sentence

Lita – help – will – you – not - promise - to be- anymore – if – you – naughty 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 a. 1- 3- 11- 9 - 10- 6- 5- 4- 7- 8- 2 c. 1- 3 - 2- 4- 9- 10- 6- 5- 7- 11- 8 b. 1- 6 – 2 - 4- 9 - 5- 7- 10-3-8-11 d. 1- 6 - 2- 4- 9- 6- 10- 7- 5- 11- 8
8. Choose the best arrangement of the words to make a good sentence

speaking - the student - the tree - very - good at - is - under 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 a. 2 – 6 – 7 – 3 – 5 – 1 – 4 c. 2 – 7 – 3 – 6 – 4 – 5 – 1 b. 2 – 1 – 7 – 3 – 5 – 4 – 6 d. 2 – 6 – 5 – 7 – 3 – 1 – 4
9. Choose the best arrangement of the words to make a good sentence

Students – on – come – time – must – the - ? a. The students come must on time? b. Must the student come on time?

c. Must the students on time come? d. On time must the student come?

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 The best arrangement of the words to be a good sentence is .... a. 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 9 – 5 – 8 – 7 – 6 c. 1 – 4 – 2 – 3 – 9 – 5 – 7 – 8 – 6 b. 1 – 4 – 2 – 3 – 9 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 d. 1 – 4 – 2 – 3 – 9 – 5 – 8 – 7 – 6
UN_C2_P1_2004/2005

11. The lights - you - before - leave - turn off- the room.

1 2 3 4 The correct arrangement is ... A. 4 – 6 – 3 – 5 – 2 – 1 B. 4 – 1 – 3 – 2 – 5 – 6

5

6 C. 5 – 1 – 3 – 2 – 4 – 6 D. 5 – 6 – 3 – 2 – 4 – 1
UN_C2_P1_2006/2007

12. In - you’re - the - best - speech – on - congratulation - contest - performance!

1 2 3 4 a. 7-4-9-1-2-3-5-6-8 b. 7-6-2-4-9-1-3-5-8

5

6

7 8 c. 7-6-3-5-8-1-2-4-9 d. 7-1-3-5-8-6-2-9-4

9

UN_C2_P1_2007/2008

13. Meet – the library – 3 p.m. – in front of – please – at – me

1 2 a. 5-7-4-2-6-3-1

3 4 b. 4-3-2-1-7-5-6

5 6 7 c. 5-1-7-4-2-6-3

d. 4-2-6-3-1-5-7
UN_C2_P1_2007/2008

14. Door – after – the – lock – out – you – go

1 2 3 4 5 6 a. 4-3-1-2-6-7-5 b. 6-7-5-4-2-3-1

7 c. 7-5-6-4-3-1-2

d. 4-3-1-6-7-5-2
UN_C2_P12_2008/2009

15. Although – the journey – good – well – was – run – the weather – not

1 2 a. 7-5-3-1-2-4-6-8

3 4 5 b. 2-5-8-3-1-7-6-4

6 7 8 c. 2-6-4-1-7-5-8-3 d. 7-6-3-4-5-1-2-8
UN_C2_P12_2008/2009

16. Smoking – is – no – this – restaurant – a

1

2

3

4

5

6
UN_C2_P45_09/10

a. 4-2-6-5-1-3

b. 4-2-6-3-5-1

c. 4-2-6-3-1-5

d. 4-2-6-1-5-3

17. Five – under – children – don’t – unattended – leave – year

1 2 a. 4-3-6-2-1-7-5
18.

3

4 5 b. 4-5-3-2-1-6-7

6 7 c. 4-6-3-2-1-7-5

d. 4-5-3-2-1-7-6
UN_C2_P12_09/10

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16. JUMBLE SENTENCES
1. Arrange these sentences to make a coherent paragraph! 1. They had to stay in a hotel. 2. They looked for some hotels to stay the night. 3. Johan and Bangkit went to Yogyakarta last month. 4. They didn’t have any relatives there. 5. So they didn’t need to eat out. 6. They enjoyed staying in the hotel very much.
__EBTANAS 2001

a. 3 – 4 – 8 – 6 – 2 – 1 – 5 – 7 b. 3 – 2 – 4 – 7 – 1 – 8 – 6 – 5

c. 3 – 4 – 1 – 2 – 7 – 8 – 5 – 6 d. 3 – 8 – 2 – 1 – 5 – 7 – 6 – 4

2. Arrange these sentences based on the series of pictures above! 1. After swimming they had lunch in the cool shade under the tree. 2. They found a place near the river and they parked their car under a large tree. 3. It was a nice day. Sinta, Seno, Uncle Hadi and Aunt Yuni left the house to have a picnic. 4. They saw a lot of beautiful scenery along the journey. Choose a good paragraph! a. 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 b. 4 – 3 – 1 – 2 c. 3 – 4 – 2 – 1 d. 3 – 4 – 1 – 2 3. Read the jumbled sentences carefully! 1. Therefore rainforests are found near the equator. 2. The trees grow to thirty meters tall. 3. They need not only a lot of rain but also a high temperature. 4. Their branches and leaves form an umbrella. 5. Rainforests grow in tropical parts of Indonesia. 6. The tropical rainforest is a warm, wet, and silent place. The possible arrangement of the paragraph can be … A. 3 – 6 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 4 C. 5 – 3 – 1 – 6 – 2 – 4 B. 2 – 5 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 3 D. 4 – 1 – 6 – 5 – 2 – 3 4. Arrange the sentences below into a good paragraph! 1. As we know Rick Leach and Scott Melville play tennis attractively 2. They can work together in the court; so they can beat their opponent 3. Here is a report on the final International tennis tournaments 4. They become the champion pair, defeating American compatriots Kent Kinear and Dave Rendall. A good arrangement is ... A. 3 – 1 – 2 – 4 B. 3 – 2 – 1 – 4 C. 1 – 3 – 4 – 2 D. 2 – 3 – 1 – 4 5. Read the jumbled sentences carefully! 1. The radio programmes go from the radio station to transmitter. 2. What is the radio station? 3. Then they go in the air to your house and your radio takes them from air 4. A lot of people work in the radio station.
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5. It's the place that radio programmes come from 6. How do the radio programmes get to your house? The best arrangement of the paragraph is ... A. 1 – 3 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 2 C. 2 – 5 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 3 B. 3 – 2 – 1 – 5 – 4 – 6 D. 4 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 3 – 6 6. Rearrange the sentences into a good paragraph! 1. It covers an area of 8000 square kilometers 2. It is situated in North Sumatera 3. The Leuser national park is the largest park in South East Asia 4. It is a part of Bukit Barisan range of mountains A. 4 – 3 – 1 – 2 B. 3 – 1 – 2 – 4 C. 2 – 1 – 4 – 3 D. 1 – 4 – 2 – 3 7. Read the jumbled sentences carefully! 1. The radio programmes go from the radio station to transmitter. 2. What is the radio station? 3. Then they go in the air to your house and your radio takes them from air 4. A lot of people work in the radio station. 5. It's the place that radio programmes come from 6. How do the radio programmes get to your house? The best arrangement of the paragraph is ... A. 1 – 3 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 2 C. 2 – 5 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 3 B. 3 – 2 – 1 – 5 – 4 – 6 D. 4 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 3 – 6 8. Choose the right order of the following sentences! 1. It takes, place within three or more days. 2 The more important the person who dies, the more buffaloes they kill. 3 It is carried out in honour of the dead person. 4 One of the Torajan traditions in the funeral. 5 It is done by slaughtering a water buffalo.
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A. 2, 5, 4, 3, 1 B. 2, 3, 5, 4, 1 C. 4, 3, 1, 5, 2 D. 4, 3, 5, 2, 1 9. Arrange these sentences into a good paragraph! 1. At the ceremony, the coffin was carried up to the burial place. 2. He is kept in a coffin until the funeral ceremony. 3. Buffaloes are slaughtered and the meat is eaten as food by the people. 4. The coffin is placed in a hole with a wooden statue in front of it. 5. In Toraja, if a person dies, he is not buried directly.
UN_C2_P1_2002/2003

a. 3–5–2–1–4 b. 1–4–3–2–5 c. 5–2–3–1–4 d. 2–1–5–4–3 10. Choose the right order of the following sentences! 1. It takes place within three or more days. 2. The more important the person who dies, the more buffaloes they kill. 3. It is carried out in honour of the dead person. 4. One of the Torajan traditions is the funeral. 5. It is done by slaughtering a water buffallo.
UN_C2_P2_2002/2003

a. 2, 5, 4, 3, 1 b. 2, 3, 5, 4, 1 c. 4, 3, 1, 5, 2 11. 1. It is different from that jasmine. Look at that jasmine. 2. But you must be careful. There are thorns on the stem. 3. These roses are beautiful. 4. Besides the smell is nice. 5. It is beautiful, and there are no thorns. The best arrangement to be a good paragraph is .... a. 3 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 4 b. 3 – 5 – 4 – 2 – 1 c. 3 – 2 – 1 – 4 – 5

d. 4, 3, 5, 2, 1

UN_C2_P2_2002/2003

d. 3 – 2 – 1 – 5 – 4

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12. Arrange the paragraphs into a good text by looking at the pictures!

1. Our government realizes this and has taken some steps to prevent the problem. Some regulations have been issued to protect the forests. In addition, reforestation project are being carried out. 2. Unfortunately many of us didn’t know about the importance of forest for us. We cut the trees carelessly and irresponsibility. 3. Some years ago Indonesia was very famous because of having lot of forest trees. Many scientists from other countries came here for a research. 4. The effect of cutting down the trees came true. Flood happened everywhere. Many people lost their houses and their wealth.
UN_C2_P2_2002/2003

a. 2, 3, 4, 1

b. 3, 2, 4, 1

c. 2, 4, 3, 1

d. 4, 3, 2, 1

13. Rearrange the sentences below to make a coherent paragraph! 1. He lives in a small town and knows every family on his route. 2. Neil Moore has been a postman for 20 years. 3. At Christmas many families give him presents. 4. They appreciate his dedication and good service. 5. He has carried mail in heat and in cold, in rain and in snow. 6. He has delivered thousands of letters to homes on his mail route. a. 1-2-3-4-5-6 b. 6-1-3-5-2-4 c. 2-5-6-1-3-4 d. 4-5-6-3-2-1
UN_C2_P1_2004/2005

14. 1. In 1890 Baron Pierre de Coubertin, a Frenchman, decided to try to start the Olympic Games again. 2. The event lasted for more than 1,000 years but then died out after Greece became part of The Roman Empire. 3. He succeeded, and the first Modern Olympic Games began in Athens, Greece, in 1896. 4. He wanted to promote how to strengthen the mind and spirit shown in the Classic Greek Olympic Games. 5. The Olympic Games were first held in ancient Greece approximately in the year 776 B.C. The correct arrangement to make a good paragraph is .... a. 5 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 b. 5 – 1 – 2 – 4 – 3 c. 5 – 2 – 1 – 3 – 4 d. 5 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
UN_C2_P1_2004/2005

15. 1. The destruction of the forest requires serious attention. 2. The smoke from the fires has endangered people. 3. But, none is effective. 4. Not only people of Indonesia but also those from neighboring countries. 5. Forest fires have been a big problem in Indonesia for many years. 6. Many efforts have been carried out to solve the problem. Which is the best arrangement of the sentences in order to make a good paragraph? A. 5 – 1 – 2 - 4 – 6 – 3 C. 5 – 1 – 6 – 3 – 2 – 4 B. 5 – 1 – 4 – 2 – 6 – 3 D. 5 – 1 – 3 – 2 – 6 – 4
UN_C2_P1_2005/2006

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16. Arrange these sentences based on the pictures above to make cooking instructions! 1. Put noodles into 2 glasses of briskly boiling water. 2. Your delicious noodles are ready to be served. 3. Put the seasoning, vegetables oil and chili powder in a bowl. 4. Mix the noodles well with all of the seasoning. 5. Cook the noodles and simmer for 3 minutes. a. 4, 3, 5, 1, 2 b. 2, 1, 5, 3, 4 c. 3, 5, 1, 4, 2 d. 1, 5, 3, 4, 2
UN_C2_P1_2005/2006

17. 1. An interesting program makes us keep watching it. 2. They are music, film, sports, news, and many others. 3. We can choose as we wish. 4. There are a lot of TV programs we can enjoy. The best arrangement of the above sentences to make a paragraph is … A. 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 B. 4 – 2 – 3 – 1 C. 1 – 2 – 4 – 3 D. 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
UN_C2_P1_2005/2006

18. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph! 1. Yanto can collect six to seven hundred rupiahs from selling newspapers. 2. He goes to an SMP in the afternoon and in the morning he sells newspapers around our neighbourhood. 3. Yanto saves some of his money in a saving box. 4. Yanto's house is not very far from my house. 5. He spends it on books and other things. a. 1 – 3 – 5 – 2 – 4 B. 4 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 1 C. 1 – 3 – 5 – 4 – 2 D. 4 – 2 – 1 – 5 – 3
UN_C2_P1_2006/2007

19. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph! 1. In the end, the crow had no more cake because of her foolishness. 2. The crow was so proud to hear this. 3. One day, a hungry fox was walking alone in the jungle. 4. As soon as she opened her beak, the cake fell down. 5. The crow had a piece of cake on her beak. 6. The cunning fox caught the cake happily and run away. 7. Then she started to open her beak to sing for the fox. 8. “Oh…beautiful Crow! You’re the best singer I’ve known in the world. I really want to hear your melodious voice. Please sing me a song now! 9. He saw a crow perch on a branch of a tree. Which one is the best arrangement of theses sentences above? a. 3-5-2-8-4-9-1-7-6 c. 3-8-2-5-9-7-6-4-1 b. 3-5-7-8-2-9-4-1-6 d. 3-9-5-8-2-7-4-6-1
UN_C2_P12_07/08

20. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph! 1. Why was it named like that? 2. A brontosaurus was as long as for big elephants standing in a line. 3. The man who named it thought that when such a big animal walked, it must have made a noise like a thunder. 4. The word Brontosaurus means thunder lizard. Which one is the best arrangement of theses sentences above? a. 4-2-1-3 B. 2-4-1-3 C. 3-4-1-2 D. 1-4-3-2
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21. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph! 1. One day, there was a big battle in that kingdom. 2. The Queen was luckily because she could save her life by changing herself into a golden snail. 3. Another day an old woman saw the snail and took it home. 4. Once upon time, there was a kingdom in java. 5. The king asked his Queen to save her life. 6. The she looked after it. 7. In the middle of the jungle the enemies killed all her guards.
UN_C2_P12_08/09

a. 4-5-2-6-1-7-3 b. 4-5-7-2-3-1-6 c. 4-1-5-7-2-3-6 22. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph! 1. Before lunch we fed some birds in the park. 2. But we were happy because we had so much fun. 3. Yesterday my family went to the zoo. 4. When we returned home we were very tired. 5. In the afternoon we saw the animals being fed 6. We bought some food to give to the animal The best arrangement is … a. 5-4-6-3-2-1 b. 3-6-1-5-4-2 c. 5-1-3-6-2-4

d. 4-3-5-1-6-2-7

UN_C2_P12_08/09

d. 3-1-5-4-2-6

23. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph! (1) A lift carries visitors to the top of the tower from where views of the city can be seen. (2) It was built in 1889 as part of an exhibition held in the city. (3) It is named after Gustave Eiffel, the man who designed it. (4) It is over four hundred meters tall and made entirely of iron and steel. (5) One of the most famous sight in Paris, the capital of France, is the Eiffel Tower (6) The tower was intended to be a temporary structure for the exhibition but it was so popular that it has remained.
UN_C2_P12_09/10

a. 5-2-3-1-6-4

b. 5-3-2-6-4-1

c. 5-2-4-3-6-1

d. 5-6-3-2-1-4

24. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph! 1. This means that the top of the tower is 3.9 m if the tower stand perfectly vertical. 2. Between 1990 and 2001, the tower leaned at an angle of 5.5 degrees, but now the leans at about 3.99 degrees. 3. The leaning Tower of Pisa or the Tower of Pisa is the campanile of the cathedral and the third oldest structure in Pisa’s cathedral square. 4. It is situated behind the cathedral and the third oldest structure in Pisa’s cathedral square. 5. The height of the tower is 55.86 m from the ground and the width of the walls is 4.09 m.
UN_C2_P45_09/10

a. 3-4-5-2-1 25.

b. 3-5-4-1-2

c. 3-1-2-4-5

d. 3-2-5-4-1

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