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Text 1 It was the first photograph that I had ever seen, and it fascinated me. I can remember holding it at every angle in order to catch the flickering light from the oil lamp on the dresser. The man in the photograph was unsmiling, but his eyes were kind. I had never meet him, but I felt that I knew evening when I was looking at the photograph as I always did before I went to sleep. I noticed a shadow across the man’s thin face. I moved the photograph so that the shadow lay perfectly around his hollow cheeks. How different he looked! That night I could not sleep, thinking about the letter that I would write. First, I would tell him that I was eleven years old, and that if he had a little girl my age, she could write to me instead of him. I knew that he was a very busy man. Then I would explain to him the real purpose of my letter.I would tell him how wonderful he looked with the shadow that I had seen across his photograph, and I would most carefully suggest that the grow whiskers. Four months latter when I met him at the train station near my home in Westfield, New York, he was wearing a full beard. He was so much taller than I had imagined from my tiny photograph. “Ladies and gentlemen,”he said,”I had no speech to make and no time to make it in. I appear before you that I may see you and that you may see me.”Then he picked me right up and kissed me on both cheeks. The whiskera scratched.” Do you think I look better, my little friend?”he asked me. My name Grace Bedell and the man in photograph was Abraham Lincoln. 1. What is author’s main purpose in the passage? (A) To explain how Grace Bedell took a photograph of Abraham Lincoln. (B) To explain why Abraham Lincoln wore a beard. (C) To explain why the first paragraph was significant in American life. (D) To explain why Westfield is an important city (E) To explain why the photograph of Abraham Lincoln was not good looking. The word “fascinated” in line 1 could best be replaced by… (A) interested (B) frightened (C) confused (D) disgusted (E) terrified The man in the photograph… (A) was smiling (B) had a beard (C) had a round, fat face (D) looked kind (E) seemed cruel Why did the Little girl write the man a letter? (A) She was lonely (B) She wanted her daughter to write to her (C) She wanted him to grow a whiskers (D) She wanted him to visit him (E) She wanted him to look thinner What did Grace Bedell do every night? (A) she wrote a letter (B) she looked at potograph (C) she made shadow figures in the wall (D) she read stories (E) she read letters






They had their lawyer… their will. Why did the Aztecs offer human sacrifies? (A) They were cruel an inhuman (B) They believed they had to pacify the gods (C) They wanted to force the citizens to obey (D) They wanted to discourage crime (E) They wanted to prevent violence Before the sacrifies. But for most of those 34 million Americans. Why is it? Once cause is the kind of food Americans eat. and wars would not be won if the gods were not calm. The Sun would not shine. 8.web. warlike Aztec nation felt that its existence depended upon human sacrifices. (A) to change (B) changing 2 . Americans like (60)… everywhere instead of walking. having been previously indroctinated and heavily drugged (sedated).banksoal. These extra food and extra fat on the body. the victims were… (A) beaten and attacked (B) fed and entertained (C) brainwashed and drugged (D) interrogated and drugged (E) taught and seated 7. 6. the crops would not grow. 10. A third cause is not enough exercise. the problem is the American (62)…. These foods (Such as hamburgers and ice cream)often have (58)… things in them. the victims (usually taken from among captures from battles) accepted their fate passively. Another cause is the way Americans eat. Many Americans like ‘fast food’. … (A) fatten (B) fattened (C) fatter (D) fattening (E) fatty … (A) regularly (B) regulation (C) regularity (D) regulate (E) reguler 9.Soal dan kunci jawaban ini didownload dari www. … (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) sitting driving running jogging staying because inspite although however furthermore behavior characters lifestyle custom obstacle 13. They often eat Little snacks between (59)… meals. Text 3 Scientists and doctors say that about 34 million Americans are too fat. … (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 11. As brutal as the ceremonies were. … (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Text 2 The mighty. They often have machines to do a lot of the work. Some Americans are also too heavy (61)… of health problem.

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