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One beautiful summer’s day, a duck decided to go to the river to relax. She took a lot of food with her and was really looking forward to eating it. She sat down on the bank and spread the food out in front of her. “You’re not going to eat all that food yourself, are you?” said a small voice. She looked up and saw a frog sitting at the water’s edge. “Please some of it. I am very poor and hungry,” pleaded the frog wiping a tear from his eye. She gave him sandwich. To her surprise he did not eat it, but simply put it on the ground beside him. “Won’t you give me something else? After all, I am poorer than you and need your food more. Bit by bit, the kind-hearted duck handed over most of her food : cakes, biscuits, apples, and sweets, Soon, the frog had a huge pile of food next to time. With a lot of effort, he picked it all up, put it on his back and started to swim away across the river. But the food was so heavy that he sank like a stone, and the duck never saw him again. 1. Who are the characters of the story ? a. The duck, a lot of food, and the frog b. The duck, the food, the river, and the frog c. The duck, the food, the river, the frog, and the stone d. The food, the river, and the stone e. The duck and the frog 2. Why did the duck give the foods to the frog ? Because .... a. The frog felt very poor and thirsty b. The frog wiped out a tear from his eyes c. The frog said he was poor and hungry d. The frog did not eat the food e. They were closed friends 3. Why did the frog sink in the river ? Because .... a. The frog gave the duck food : cakes, biscuits, apples and sweets b. The frog took all of the duck food on his back c. With a lot of effort, the frog picked the food up on his back d. The frog swam away to across the river 4. Which of the following is a TRUE statement ? a. The duck went to the lake to exercise b. The duck looked up and asked a nearby frog to take a seat at water’s edge c. The duck never saw the frog again d. The food was too heavy for the duck to carry 5. What is the moral value of the story ? a. Don’t be greedy b. United we stand, divided we fall c. Don’t be boastful d. It is important to keep a promise e. Don’t be easily persuaded by what someone says 6. With a lot of effort he picked it all up, put it on his back .... (Last Pharagraph) The closest meaning of the underlined word is .... a. Opportunity b. Chance c. Murder d. Exertion e. Investigation
and lobsters. All of these are thought to bring good fortune. By ceremonial house cleaning parties c. The most popular Japanese celebration b. The decorations on their houses with the requireditems e. The success of keeping their houses free from evil spirits 9. Why do Japanese people put the decorationsup at their houses’ Entrance ? Because. The most well-known festival in japan d.. orange and lobster d. a.. and a long life... peace. Created . Japanese people believe that good or bad luck in the first few days of the year represents the luck a person will have for the rest of the year... oranges. Special decorations on houses are used to keep out evil spirits c. Which is the INCORRECT statement based in the text above ? a. Picked up c. The ganjitsu paraded e. The luck in first few days represents the luck for the rest of the year e. Bumped e. Spread d. The main decoration is a sacred rope decorated with ferns. By having firewoks 10.. Both food must made with traditional recipes . the traditional foods of Japan.. a. prosperity. 7. The exchanging of visits and present is part of Ganjitsu Festival 12. How they celebrate the Ganjitsu festival c. Ganjitsu is a festival which is only found in Japan and put on by Japanese people. The topic of the text above is . (Last Sentence) What is the closest meaning of the underlined word ? a.Text 2 : The most popular festival in Japan is Ganjitsu which take place from January 1 st to the 3rd. The traditional food recipes of Japan 8. Most people put up special decorations at the entrance to their houses to keep out “evil spirits”. The decorations is a sacred rope without ferns. they are made by japanese people them selves c..oranges and lobsters d.. The Ganjitsu Festival in Japan takes place in the beginning of the year b.. It is celebreates by ceremonnial house feasting and by exchanging of visits and presents. Japanese trust that Japanese luck for the entire year depends on . The most popular cake and soup of Japan c. Invited b... they made for and by japanese people d. at the beginning of each year. How the traditional foods of Japan follow the traditional recipes d. Finally. they represent their luck for the rest of the year b... By decorating their houses with ferns. no celebrations is complete without Mochi cake and Zoni soup. they keep out evil spirits 11. Which of the following is not one of the ways the Japanese people Celebrate the Ganjitsu festifal ? a. By keeping evil spirits out of their homes e.. they use a secred rope at the main decorations e. The good or bad luck in the first few days of the year b. Both food must be made with traditional recipes by the Japanese people. a. By making the traditional foods of Japan b..
The king of the elephants had to ask all the elephants to rebuild the mice homes e. but didn’t do anything 16. He didn’t care e. elephant-hunters came to the jungle and trapped a group of elephant in huge nets. There lived a group of elephants b. To trap the elephants which had killed the mice d. The elephant went to the king of the mice and told him about the trapped elephants. However.. 14. What did the king of the elephants ask the king of the mice for ? a.. (Last paragraph) The opposite meaning of the underlined word is . He ignored it d. a. the elephant king apologized and agreed to take another route. The elephant’s herd was set free. Why was the home of the mice in the jungle destroyed ? Because .. The elephants are the kings of the jungle d. Nervously e. a group elephant crossing the jungle unknowingly destroyed the home of all the mice.. He summoned one of the elephant of his herd. Carelessy c. a.. Rapidly . The mice should take revenge in the elephants b. The king king of the mice would declare war on the elephants d. Many of the mice were crushed to death Then the king of the mice decided to approach the elephant king and request him to guide his herd through an alternative route. a. He felt sorry c. The rats were cheated by elephants. To trap the mice c. A group of elephant crossed the jungle and unknowingly destroyed their homes e. and they cut the elephants free... The mice disturbed the elephants d. One day. The elephants ruled the jungle c. away from where the mice lived 17. 13. Slowly d. The danced with joy and thanked the mice. To have a party for the elephants 18.. The elephants wanted to kill the mice so they destroyed their homes. The king of elephants had to guide his hed through an alternative route. The elephants didn’t know that they had destroyed the mice homes b. which had not been trapped to go ask the mice for help. so the lives of many mice were saved. How did the king of the elephants respond to the king of the mice report ? a. He just listened to it. To set the elephants free from the hunters trap e. For an apology b. a group of mice lived under a tree. so they didn’t know the truth 15.. The king of the mice immediately took his entire group of mice to where the elephants were trapeed. The mice had to move to another place c. On hearing the sad story. What solution did the king of the mice have for the problem ? a.. The rats were afraid of the elephants e. Skillfully b. He felt sad b. Why wasn’t the king of the mice angry with elephants ? Because . Then the elephant king suddenly remembered the king of the mice. The king of mice immediately took his entire group of mice . Their homes were small c.Text 3 : Once upon a time..
Brownie cannot get along with other animals because he seldom barks 21. and cute. 19. Rice and bones c. A cow 20.. Brownie doesn’t eat breed in the morning c. He is a nurse 22. the fur feels soft. Milk and bones 23. The writer’s pets are dog and a cat d. What does the writer do ? a. Fish and bread d. When I am at school. fluffy. Every day he eats soft food like steamed rice. and I call it Brownie because he is brownish yellow. Brownie is sweet and friendly cat b. He treats the other animals in our house gently. Brownie is very noisy at night e. Brownie does not bark a lot. Thin b. A goat e. Brownies is a really sweet and friendly animal. Brownie does not like bones. fish or bread. Awkward e. I give him milk and bread.. and has thick fur. Thick c. A dog c. my pet dog. is a Chinese breed b. Brownie is a Chinese Breed. What is the main idea of paragraph two ? a.Text 4 : My Pet I have a pet dog. He is a student b. fluffy. He is a waiter e. and cute (Paragraph) The underlined word means . He is a doctor d. What does the writer always give to Brownie every morning ? a. Hard . he is small. What is Brownie ? a. A horse b. Soft d. Milk and ice e. Brownie is a Chinese breed. A cat d. Brownie. He is a secretary c. Every morning. Brownie. a. is a sweet and friendly animal d. and he never chews on shoes. Brownie fur is thick and curly 24. which is a Chinese breed.. Milk and bread b. When i cuddle with him. Which statement is TRUE according to the text ? a. My Chinese breed dog only eats soft food c. He is small.
The ring was too small for the hen 28. The hawk flew down from sky and asked the hen. a hen and a rooster b. but she said. A hawk and his wife d. “Will you marry me?” The hen loved the brave. a hawk fell in love with a hen. What does the underlined sentence mean ? a. the hawk was so furious that he cursed the hen. “This is to show you have promised to marry me. The hawk flew down from the sky and asked the hen. The hen refused to marry the hawk d. The hawk didn’t want the hen wear the ring c.. you’ll always be scratching the earth.. Take care of the our children b. The ring was not good for the hen d. Why couldn’t the hen say “yes” right away ? Because .” said the hawk 25. “I can not fly as high as you can. When the hawk came back a few months later. Keep our promises d. “Why didn’t you tell me earlier ? Now. If you give me time. What can we learn from the story ? We have to . How does the story end ? a. A hawk. and i’ll always be flying above to catch your children.. It would make the rooster angry e. The hen wanted to marry the hawk b. The hen had stolen his ring b. The hawk proposed the hen to be his wife c. “Throw that ring away at once !” shouted the rouster.. A hen and her children e. Happy ending b. a strong hawk and wanted to marry him. She had to grow older first c. Wonderful ending c. Sad ending 30. when rooster saw the ring. It so happened that the hen had already promised to marry a rooster. She did not love the hawk b. “The hawk agreed. the hen told him the truth. a. Unusual ending d. The hen was so frightened at the rooster’s anger that she threwaway the ring immediately.. She had to learn how to fly as high as the hawk 27. The hen had betrayed him e.” Said the hawk. Why was the rooster angry when he saw the ring ? a. he became very angry. Listen to other e. Funny ending e. So. “Will you marry me ?” (Paragraph one). Love one other c. I may learn to fly as high as you.. a. What is story about ? a. he gave the hen a ring. The hen and the rooster c. She had no ring exchange d. The hawk wanted to marry the hen in the sky 29. The hen agreed to be the hawk’s wife e. Then we can fly together and get married. A rooster and his fiance 26. Marry young .Text 5 : Once upon a time. Before he went away.
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