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DAILY EXAMINATION NAME : CLASS :XII IPS…………………MAN I Model Bengkulu,…..

2009 THE LEGEND OF BEOWULF Once up on a time , there was a horrible monster called Grendel .He was halfman and half monster. He lived in Denmark.. One day he went to king’s castel . The king and his men tried to kill the monster but their swords were useless. A knight called Beowulf heard about the problem and went to Denmark to help the king. That night, Bewulf and his men took off their armour and put away their swords and went to sl;eep. The monster cam into the castel and kill a knight . Beowulf woke up and fought the monster he pulled off an arm Grendel went back to his home in a lake and died . Grendel’s mother was angry and the next nigh she went to the castel and killed a knigh . In the morning , Beowul went to the lake. He killed Grendel’s mother with a special sword . When he came back , the king was very happy and he gave Beouwulf presents and money. Beowulf went back to his country and became king , he was king for fifty years. But one day adragon came to his country, and attacked people. It lived in a cave with treasure. The dragon was very big and breathed fire . The knight were afraid and they did not want to fight the dragon . King Beowulf was an old man but on his armour again and went to the dragon’s cave with his men. ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS BASED ON THE TEXT! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The purpose of the text is………. Write the orientation part of the text ! The complication of the text is started from …… What did the monster do in the castle? King Beowulf was an old man but he put on his armour again and went to the dragon’s cave his men. The part of the text is called………..

Change these sentences into the past perfect! 1.Ahmad has gone to Bali When he visited Nina at the airport Fatmawati yesterday 2.Rahma willnot go to the office because his family has had wedding party. 3.Akbar has explained the reality but his friend didn’t believe him . 4.Anisa says me she has made her dress by herself 5.My parents have drunk a medicine so now they have in agood condition.

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NAME……………….. CLASS: XII IPS…. Living in a city has both advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side , it is often easier to find work, and there is usually a choice of public transport, so you don’t need to own a car, Also there are a lot of interesting things to do and places to see. For example you can eat in good restaurants,visit museums, and go to the theatre and to concerts. What is more , When you want to relax, you can usually find a park etc. However, for every plus there is a minus . For one thing , you might have a job, but unless It is very well paid you will not be able to afford many of the things that there are to do, because Living in a city is often very expensive. It is particularly difficult to find good, cheap accommodation.What is more , public transport is sometime crowded and dirty, particularly in the rush hour,and even the parks can become very crowded, especially on Sundays When it seems that every city dweller is looking for some open space and green grass. Last of all despite all the crowds, it is still possible to feel very lonely in a city. In conclusion , I think that city life can be particularly appealing to young people, who like the city and don’t mind – the noise and pollution .How ever many people, When they get older, and particularly when they have young children, often prefer the peace and fresh air of The countryside. 1. What is the purpose of the text ? 2.What is the topic of the a bove passage? . 3. . What is advantages living in the Ciy . 4. . Writedown the structure of the text SEMESTER II TP:2009/2010

5. Why the people like living in the city? .

On the way. and a girl named Nimas. 9. they fell in love with each other. In front of her parents Nimas told what just happened to her and how bravely Raka had saved her. One day. Fortunately Raka came to help her. But. Writedown the complication of the text! 7. What a poor boy! Since that moment Raka and Nimas lost contact. Many years passed. Like what Nimas said. They kept trying to see each other. The characteristic of narratve text is……………. Nimas said that she would be waiting for that moment. Nimas walked alone on her way home. but nobody heard her cry for help. Nimas had to break up with Raka. Nimas’ parents dislike him. However. named Raka. But. t the end of the story. there lived a boy. Nimas’ parents approved of their relationship. He won and Nimas was safe. finally they met again after a few years apart” The underlined word means …. Nimas’ parents felt grateful and felt sorry what they had done to Raka. The young lovers felt that it was unfair. Long time ago. 6. The solution of the is found in paragraph…………………. Raka and Nina promise to meet again . B. Since that moment. 2. One day. the happy moment didn’t last long. and of course. What does the second paragraph mainly tell us about? Why did Nimas have to break with Raka? In what paragraph did Nimas’ parents disagree to the relationship between Raka and Nimas? 5. After that. Him refes to…………….Text 1 DAYLY TEST KELAS XII IPS NAME……………………………. something terrible bad almost happened to Nimas. left alone.. while Raka a handsome young man.. But they believed someday they would meet again. Raka and Nina lost contact for many years. The day was already dark. The opposite of underline word is …………………………. 1. 4. Since that moment. Nimas screamed. Reading text and question. Soon. three men stopped her and tried to do bad things to her. Nimas’ parents heard a bad news about Raka. Somebody had said to them that raka’s father was a bad person. to ensure Nimas’s parents that Raka wasn’t like what they thought. Raka and Nimas had been good friends since their childhood. Nimas had grown to be a pretty young woman. Raka took Nimas to her house. 3. Ninas’ parents dislike him. One day . “Like what Nimas said. They were worried that Raka would be just like his father. Then. Raka always came to Nimas’ house. there was something that led them to be apart. they never gave up. But. Nimas parents welcomed him well because he was a good young man. Which statement is true according to the text? A.. in a peaceful side of this country. Nimas and her parents had to move to another town. finally they met again after a few years apart. Nimas’ parents could not judge Raka that he was a bad guy just because of his father. They warned raka to stop seeing Nimas. there was Raka. He straightly fought those men. 10. something terrible had almost happened to Nina . 8. they had changed.

such as a disturbing taste and an uncomfortable stomach. Why did the characters and plot interest by the readers? 5. How is life of Jess Aarons? Typhus is a contagious disease. Katherine Paterson. because of the advanced technology in medicine. The patients will get well and be productive again.. The author of the novel is an American d. Leslie Burke. The text above is …. although they have not suffered it. and this germs can be found in their urine. Which of the following is not true a bout the text ? a.. the fever will increase step by step during five to seven days. At the first phase. At a serious infection. a tragedy occurs and Jess must overcome his grief and horror. people will get the syndrome after seven to twenty one days.. 4. 1. Its message of the power of frienship and need to care about others and nature makes this a highly suitable book for teenage readers. Typhus as a contagious disease b. The plot is this . 22. They become the contagion of this disease to other people. The novel is a real. When the germs enter the body. thypus can be cured using the antibiotic therapy. 3. Jess is a strong and courageous king. The infected people of Thypus disease e. Besides. Bridge to Terabithia is a very moving novel with belevable aharacyers and a plot that keeps the reade ‘s interest. In Terabithia . The main syndrome is a fever. The power of frienship and the need to care about others is the message of the story. Jess Aarons and Leslie Burke are the main characters e. At school. Jess is a strong and courageous king. it will be high constantly. These people are called as carries. which is caused by a germ named Salmonella Lyphi. The story is told in the third person c. They also may get diarhea.. This germ enters into human body through the impure food or drink. The text mainly tells about … a. 21. The breeding phase of Salmonella Lyplhy in the human body d.text . the infected people also will get a disturbing digestion. he wants to be fastest runner but is beaten by Leslie Burke. however. the disease will cause people to get consciousness disturbance..” In Terabithia. Jess Aarons lives on a farm with his large family. but some of them still have the typhoid germs in their bodies. Told in the third person . Bridge to Therabithia is A well-paced story told in astraiighforward yet throught . Jess is actually aking b. Salmonella Lyphi a germ which causeTyphus disease c.” ( Paragraph 2 ) The antonym ot the underline word is………………. One day. love and grief telling the story of Jess Aarons and his new neighbor.TEXT REVIEW DAYLY TEST Bridge to Terabithia is a powerful novel by an American author. What is the text about ? 2. It was first published in 1977 and has remained popular ever since. agirl Jess and Leslie become friends and play in a make – believe land on an island in a dry creek bed that they call Terabithia. even shock. The antibiotic therapy to cure the Thypus disease.provoking way.life fiction that explores frienship. However. Then. You feel sympathy for Jess and can understand what he has to go through emotionally.

west Java recorded 21 per cent decrease. Lalu Sumardi. Poor people were happy with free pills c. One reason of the decline is BKKBN’s advice 34. the National Family Planning Coordinating Board b. Poor people prefer to have pills b.an argumentation 23. shock c fever.a report d. The first syndrome of typhus is fever d. People who have been recovered from Thypus cannot transfer it to others 24. weak muscle d fever. BPS released its latest welfare statistics in 1997. fever. Which statement is TRUE according to the text? a.24 per cent drop from the 71. Phe germ that causes typhoid is called salmonella Lyphi c. Central Statistics Agency (BPS) data reveals that Jakarta headed the plunge with 22. There were 36 millions contraceptive users in 1997.an explanatory e. digestion disturbance.a. “Contraceptives are no longer affordable to most poor people” Lalu said poor people were reluctant to buy prescription pills. and 10 per cent in Bali.a deadly disease Contraceptive use has dropped 20 per cent in Indonesia. weak muscle. The new order regime couldn’t afford to buy contraceptives 33. told the Jakarta Post on Saturday that the decline was caused by reasons ranging from financial concerns to male attitudes. diarhea. population explosion b. which has the country’s lowest birth rate. What does the text tell about ? a. 15 per cent in East Java. a. the most populous province d. Poor people are free to have pills d. a trend that sparked fears of a population explosion. weak muscle e fever. The secretary of the National Family Planning Coordinating Board (BKKBN). central statistics agency data 32. Some of the recovered patients still have the typoid in their body e. Bali is the most populous province b. an anecdote c. Contraceptives are beyond poor people’s reach d. weak muscle. a spreading disease b. digestion disturbance. a narrative b. Central statistics agency .fever. People who suffer Typhus get there these syndromes …. disturbing sight 25. East Java has the country’s lowest birth rate c.a severe disease d a recurred disease e a hereditary disease c. People may get shock because of the Typhus b. e. which were free during the new order regime that fell in 1998. The decrease of contraceptive users endangers…… a.71 per cent of women of child bearing age who used contraception in 1997. the new order regime c. shock b. Pills were cheaper during the new order regime e. The following statements are TRUE except … a. the decline of contraceptive use e. 31. The main idea of the fifth paragraph is ……. a. Typhus is a contagious disease ( p 1 line 1 ) The underlined word means… a. when 36 million people were registered as contraceptive users. the most populous province.

. The first syndrome of typhus is fever i. the lowest welfare statistics d. which is caused by a germ named Salmonella Lyphi. weak muscle. b.a severe disease d a recurred disease e a hereditary disease c. They become the contagion of this disease to other people. worried d. unwilling Typhus is a contagious disease. When the germs enter the body. a narrative b. This germ enters into human body through the impure food or drink. “Lalu said poor people were reluctant to buy prescription pills. The following statements are TRUE except … f.fever. These people are called as carries. but some of them still have the typhoid germs in their bodies. Some of the recovered patients still have the typoid in their body j. although they have not suffered it. The text mainly tells about … f. fever.a deadly disease . shock b. male attitudes e. the infected people also will get a disturbing digestion. a spreading disease b. because of the advanced technology in medicine. sad b. People who have been recovered from Thypus cannot transfer it to others 24. Besides. 22. a. even shock. the disease will cause people to get consciousness disturbance. The main syndrome is a fever. Phe germ that causes typhoid is called salmonella Lyphi h. an anecdote c. Typhus is a contagious disease ( p 1 line 1 ) The underlined word means… b. At the first phase. Typhus as a contagious disease g. digestion disturbance. weak muscle e fever. happy c.an explanatory e. The text above is …. curious e. disturbing sight 25. People who suffer Typhus get there these syndromes …. 21. People may get shock because of the Typhus g. thypus can be cured using the antibiotic therapy. Salmonella Lyphi a germ which causeTyphus disease h. The breeding phase of Salmonella Lyplhy in the human body i. The antibiotic therapy to cure the Thypus disease.an argumentation 23.a report d. it will be high constantly.text b. At a serious infection.c.…. The infected people of Thypus disease j.” (The last paragraph) The underlined word means……. weak muscle d fever. and this germs can be found in their urine. Then. digestion disturbance. birth control 35. people will get the syndrome after seven to twenty one days. weak muscle. such as a disturbing taste and an uncomfortable stomach. diarhea. However. the fever will increase step by step during five to seven days. shock c fever. The patients will get well and be productive again. They also may get diarhea.

standing party and traditional party in which seats are available . when you arrive. Indeed the invitation is sent a week or two weeks before the wedding day. As Sunday is a holiday. from eleven o’clock to two o’clock. In recent years. Chinese. but for rich people . When is the wedding invitation usually sent? 2. such as cendol. The wedding party is usually held at the bride’s house or if there are more than five hundred guests. There are two kind of party. The guests can choose which food the she likes best. you are almost certain to get a wedding invitation. If the family prefers this. The party is usually held on Sunday. Where does the wedding party usually take place? 3. you will be greeted by pretty young girls who will take your gift. The food served is usually Indonesia. it can be in Indonesia. . it has become quite common to give mohey instead of gift. and European food. The time spent for attending party is two or three hours. 5. Why is the party usually held on Sunday? 4. Some traditional dinks are specially served. the parents of the bride will hire a building. Do you think that money become quite common as agift lately. Questions 1. iced coconut. But they can also choose soft drink such as coke and lemonade. all the guests are expected to be able to come Don’t forget to bring a gift. The main purpose is to keep a record of the guest coming for the couple. they will normally give a note on the invitation. How long does it take to attend a wedding party.REMEDIAL SEMESTER II TP 2006/2007 REVIEW TEXT Wedding Invitation If you stay in Indonesia long enough. They will politely request you to sign a guest book.

defined frequency of occurrence. Spread b. scattered e. Green plants have the ability to use some of the sun’s radiation to produce food The opposite the bold tipe of the word is………… a. A large quantity of energy is produced by the sun d The radiant energy is constantly emitted in predictable cycle e.released d. Only a small part of the radiated energy is used our planet . The sun emits energy in one direction b. which are major disturbances of the sun’s regions.SOAL UlANGAN HARIAN MATERI TENTANG SOLAR ENERGY TP 2005/2006 SEMESTER II NAME:…………………… CLASS: III IPS…. The green plants can produce food without the sun radiation c.capacity . b. Astronomers have long known a bout sun spots. The sun activity is not currently available. This energy is emitted in all direction in the form of light and heat radiation. inability c. The main idea of paragraph 2 is that ……. Capability b. The radiant energy emitted by our sun is not constant but varies Slightly in predictable cycles.What is the text about? It is a bout ……………. not special in any way. d. the radiant energy emitted by the sun c. Which statement is True based on the text a.”This energy is emitted in all directions in the form of heat radiation”( Prgph One) The underline word means …. for warmth and the development of life forms. b. Green plants have the ability to use some of the sun’s radiation to produce food.opportunity d imppoisblity e. The nuclear reaction that goes on in the inner areas of the sun produces large quantities of energy. Read the text and anwer the Questions! Our sun is just an ordinary star. a. There is a hypothesis a bout the nature of the instabilities of the sun ‘s atmosphere 4.. A full theoretical undersrtanding of sun spots’ activity is not currently available. A full theoretical understanding of the sun spots ‘activity is not available e. a. refined c. The value of the sun for people on earth e.Earth. displayed 3. But the people on earth it is the source of life.The earth uses the radiated energies to warm and to develop people’s life 5. The substances produced by the sun. The radiant energy released by the sun is inconstant. a. but scientist hypothesize a bout the nature of the instabilities of the sun’s atmoshphere 1. The nature of the instability of the sun’s atmosphere 2. Statistical analylisis of data concerning sun spots’ activity indicates a fairly welll. The sun spots are familiar a mong the astronomers c. The form of energy emitted by the sun d.

3. 6. hitamkan bulatan pada jawaban anda di Lembar Jawaban Komputer dengan menggunakan pensil 2B 5. Periksa dan bacalah soal-soal sebelum anda menjawabnya.30 (120 Menit) PETUNJUK UMUM 1. Pada setiap butir terdapat 5 pilihan jawaban. ataupun alat bantu yang lain. 2. SELAMAT BEKERJA . Isikan nomor ujian. Kerjakan dengan serius. Berdo’a sebelum memulai mengerjakan soal. untuk mendapatkan gambaran tentang kesiapan anda menghadapi Ujian Nasional.30 – 09. 7. nama peserta. table. dan data pada Lembar Jawaban Komputer. Jumlah soal sebanyak 35 butir. HP. 4. Tidak diijinkan mwnggunakan kalkulator.TRY OUT UJIAN NASIONAL SMA KOTAMADYA JAKARTA PUSAT Mata pelajaran Program Studi Hari/Tanggal Waktu : Bahasa Inggris : XII IPA/IPS : Selasa/ 15 April 2008 : 07.

Three ( 3 ) d. Five ( 5 ) 10. Two ( 2 ) c. an old song from Terence Trent Derby and ‘Last Thing on My Mind’ which features vocals from LeAnn Rimes. Convey . The album has a natural pace and covers all tempos. based on the text above? a. c. b. What kind of music does Ronan Keating play mostly? a. What is the main idea of paragraph 1? a. How many albums has Ronan launched. Ronan Keating’s career in singing 8. His latest album ‘Turn It On’ shows the new Ronan.’Back In The Day’ is another upbeat song and has a strong melody that will be buzzing round your head for ages. The new Ronan is ‘Ronan the Songwriter’. Turn It On b.The first song really shows you what the new Ronan can do. It is a song from the heart. Ronan Keating himself b. “ His voice is deeper and he sounds more mature and self-assured. great voice. Ronan Keating’s 3rd solo album is a chance for the public to see the real Ronan. with his rich voice. e. It is the title of the songs on the album and called ‘Turn It On’. Last Thing on My Mind d. The new album contains a lot of catchy tunes which will get you singing along. The upbeat. Confident b. Other highlights include ‘Let Her Down Easy’. Back In the Day c. One of the slower. has the ability to make all these songs come to life. catchy music is a great start to the album. He was a member of the successful Irish boy band Boyzone and since going solo has sold more than 17 million albums worldwide. Confidential d. Four ( 4 ) e. more personal songs is “This is Your Song. Great songs. teachers’kit) 6.Text 1 . “Turn It On” is a compelling mixture of rock tunes and slow ballads which are fused together by one of the finest vocalist of our time . Ronan Keating’s music album c. great album. Concrete c. Let Her Down Easy e. (KGRE. d. What song did he dedicate to his beloved mother ? a. He has co-written 12 of the songs on the album. The new album of Ronan Keating d.Ronan Keating. His voice is deeper and he sounds more mature and self assured. the underlined word/phrase means : a. Slowbeat and march Upbeat and strong melody Slow and monotonous melody Upbeat and slow melody Slowbeat and all tempos 7. One ( 1 ) b. Consequence e.” Ronan wrote this himself as a tribute to his mum who died of cancer. This is Your Song 9. The latest album of Ronan Keating e.

A honeyeater bird and 5 new species of palm d. By trekking the footsteps of new species b. Beehler. By climbing the mountain 10. 4 new species of butterflies and honeyeater bird b. 11. Indonesia is the jungle of new species of animals and dead plants e. A group of international scientists found the new land b. which was not known to be in this area and is near extinction in other areas. After being dropped off by helicopter. A group of international scientists found the unpopulated area c.000m in elevation.They also found the breeding grounds of a “lost” bird of paradise. To find the lost world in Indonesian jungle d. The team also took the first photographs of the golden fronted bowerbird displaying its plunge. When the scientists took the photograph the golden fronted bowerbird displaying its plunge. “It’s beautiful. 20 new species of frogs and a giant rhododendron flower c. twenty new species of frogs.shrouded Foja Mountainns of north-western Papua. To find the lost species of animals and plants in the jungle of Indonesia 7. which reaches more than 2. By driving a car e. flying here and there . unpopulated forest. To inform us (the readers) that the researchers found the new jungle in Indonesia b.” said Bruce Beehler. By taking a chopper c. The group of Indonesian. American and Australian researchers trekked through an area in the mist . A group of international scientists found the new species of animals and plants d. To inform the discovery of new species of animals and plants in Indonesian jungle e. and a whole series of remarkable plants including five new palms and a giant rhododendron flower. “It’s as close to the Garden of Eden as you’re going to find on Earth.Text 2 New Species Found in Papua Eden An international team of scientists says it has found a “lost world” in the Indonesian jungle that is the home to dozens of new animals and plant species. 4 new species of butterflies and 5 new species of palms 9. except : a. a. detailing the wildlife and plantlife from the lower hills to near the summit of the Foja range. The underlined words mean…. Sleeping on the twig b. The scientists found the following new species. The team found four new species of butterflies. The survey also found a honeyeater bird that was previously unknown to science and the first new bird species discovered on the island of New Guinea since 1939. The team also recorded a golden mantled tree kangaroo. By taking a bus d. What is the purpose of the text above? a. The six-wired bird of paradise was first seen in the late 19th century but hadn’t been found again since. untouched. there is no evidence of human impact or presence”said Dr. To survey the new species of animals and plants in the jungle in Indonesia c. The main idea of paragraph 1 is ……. the researchers spent nearly a month in the area.. coleader of the group. How did the scientists reach the target area? a. a. 20 species of frogs and the 2 species of giant flower e. The jungle is close to the Garden of Eden on earth 8.

just born. to get more food b. which they can catch with their teeth. will die if they can not get any oxygen in the water d. a. Although whales live in the oceans and can swim like fish. for fresh air e. eating honey e. they may grow 95 feet long. like cows and elephant. Whales occasionally live in warm waters …. Bigger than elephants. If they cannot come to the surface to breathe fresh air. In the winter some of them go to warm waters to breed and in the summer most of them go to cold waters to feed. do not have to come to the surface to get fresh air b. A whale can eat both squid and plankton b. And whales do not seem to fight among themselves. Similarity between fish and whales e. Whales live in all the oceans. Their life span is usually longer than human beings.breathe oxygen in the water and are cold blooded. When they find plankton. Big animals living in the ocean tend to be their enemies c. The toothed whales eat fish and squid. A new baby whale may weigh one fiftieth of its mother 13. they bear young alive not as eggs. they are not fish. There are two kinds of whales. we may conclude that …. lay eggs. They are mammals. a. they open their mouth and swim into the plankton. The two types of whale live indifferent waters d. Toothed whales chew their food before swallowing it c. however.c. Fish. Which of the following is TRUE about whales? a. They are warm blooded. Their babies live on their mother’s milk. The Baleen whales eat plankton (small sea animals and plants). e. can be 23 feet long and weigh 3 tons. From the text. for reproduction c. whales with teeth (toothed whales) and whale without teeth (baleen whales). Whales are generally 95 feet long and weigh 150 kilos b. and weight 150 tons. although they swallow their food without chewing it. showing its beauty d. can easily breathe when they are under water 14. Whales have few enemies. Baleen whales swallow the water containing plankton e. to feed their babies 15. A baby blue whale. deliver their young like elephants do c. Only human beings and the whale killers attack whales. They breathe through their lungs and hold their breathe when they go under water. Large animal on earth b. Difference between whales and elephants c. they will be drown. a. 11. The life of whales in the oceans 12. They usually live from 20 to 30 years. The difference between whales and fish is that whales …. Unlike fish. to avoid winter d. biting wombs Text 3 Whales are the largest animal on earth. a. they squeeze out the water and swallow the plankton. Whales. are mammals that are cold-blooded e.. the biggest animal on the earth d. When they close their mouth. whales can live in all kinds of waters d. Each type of whale eats a specific kind of food . A suitable title for the text above is …. Like fish.

a. There is no chance of saving people’s lives from radioactive wastes c. Separately. both of these involve close contact with the general public. since an earthquake could easily crack the containers open. Natural disaster may cause very serious leaks in buried containers of radioactive wastes 19. There are normally only two methods of transport available. What makes the transport of radioactive materials dangerous for people’s lives? a. However. As with the other two hazards. It is impossible to make these wastes non radioactive. it can happen. The rail d. radioactive waste d. In spite of the problem which are likely to occur in supplying energy by nuclear power. there is a great cause for concern 20. The way to make radioactive wastes not dangerous for people c. hazard should be rigidly controlled d. Finally. For example they may be buried under the ground. human error b. Next. it’s worth conducting nuclear programs e. an earthquake c. there is the problem of waste. Nevertheless. or sunk in the sea. or dropped into abandoned mines. Unfortunately. these methods do not solve the problem. The accident caused by nuclear power station. the container used the transport of the materials are not. Only earthquakes can change radioactive wastes into non radioactive wastes e. namely road and rail. so that it does not provide a serious objection to the nuclear program. these three types of risks are not great cause for concern. Radioactive wastes become non radioactive when they are sunk in the sea. bad design of the nuclear station Text. Although the power station themselves are solidly built.Text 4 There are three separate sources of hazard in the process of supplying energy by nuclear power. the probability of disaster is still high. 5 Why Is the World’s Population So Unevenly Distributed ? . The power station e. Which of the following statement is TRUE about radioactive wastes? a. the Writer thinks that …. the probability of disaster is high c. and so they must be stored in one of the inconvenient ways that scientists have invented. e. The danger of transporting radioactive materials b. heavily populated areas. The heavily populated areas 18. hazards e. a. The radioactive material must travel from its place of manufacture to the power station. 16. there is the problem of accidental exposure due to leak or an explosion at the power station. people will strongly object to it b. or even though. All nuclear power station produce waste that in most cases will remain radioactive for thousands of years. d. a. We may conclude from the third paragraph that the problem of accidental exposure is caused by…. this is not very likely. The road b. since the routes are sure to pass near. There will be no more danger when radioactive waste are buried underground b. On the whole through. The potentials dangers in supplying energy by nuclear power d.. The whole text tells us about …. The container c. People’s objections to the establishment of nuclear power station 17.

slump e. places which were previously thought to be unsuitable for people can become suitable. However. People tend to settle in unevenly populated area e. The antonym of the underlined word/s is a. For example. People tend to settle in areas where the soil is fertile and the climate is not too harsh. That is why river deltas. How do people in Arizona survive to live in unpleasant areas? a. by making big ponds b. As she went along she began calculating what she would do with the money she would get for the milk. it is not impossible for people to survive under unfavorable living conditions. Paragraph 3 tells us about a. won’t all the young men come up and speak to me ! Polly Shaw will be that . The world’s population is not evenly spread out. but if the people earn their living by other means and not agriculture. The place will still be populated if it is arid 23. Why do you think this is so? There are two main factors that influence population distribution. the size of height of people e. The impossibility to live in unfavorable areas b. an area with dry and hot area. “I will buy some fowls from Farmer Brown. It is impossible to survive under unfavorable living condition d. This refers to knowledge. These are the factors that influence population distribution.” said she. by creating windmills c. scarcely Text. After reading the text above. the level of the technology of the people c. lately d. The Nile Delta in Egypt is densely populated area. the place will still be populated. I’ll buy myself a new dimity frock and a chip hat. by building dams e. such as Arizona. The world’s population is not evenly distributed b. what is the main information in it? a. skills and tools that the people have. the physical condition b. 6 PATTY THE MILKMAID Patty the Milkmaid was going to market carrying her milk in a pail on her head. With the money that I get from the sale of these eggs. the knowledge of the people d. except . and when I go to market. a) the physical condition of the place and b) the level of technology of the people.Population distribution refers to the way in which people are spread out over a land area. the tools or instruments that people use 25. can be made more comfortable by having buildings fitted with air-conditioners. Farming is impossible in fertile land d. Technology is able to change the suitable condition 22. The possibility to live in unfavorable areas e. The world’s population is evenly populated c. which I will sell to the Parson’s wife. With improvements in technology. There are fewer people living in hilly areas with harsh climate because the extreme physical conditions make living and farming very difficult. such as Nile Delta in Egypt. by generating hydro plant 24. seldom c. “And they will lay eggs each morning. a. Farming may be difficult in a place without fertile land and adequate rainfall. by installing air-conditioners d. rare b. are densely populated. Technology has improved in many places c. (taken from. ‘Listen To Me’) 21.

Patty and the Parson’s wife d. but I don’t care. Moreover. What is Patty’s job? a.. my child.” 26. making cakes d.. Prospective employers like to see copies of examination results. Patty fell in love with young men 28. Patty and the mother 29. there are persuasive reasons to show that examinations should not be abolished. “Ah. box d. Patty and the Milkmaid b. Patty was imagining her future c. Patty and Polly Shaw e. because Patty move her head upwards c. Patty and Farmer Brown c. a.jealous. Patty went home in tears e. in the hunt for jobs.. Patty fell her pail off d. I shall just look at her and toss my head like this. Yet. ‘Patty the Milkmaid was going to the market carrying her milk in a pail on her head”. Why was the milk split? a. So she had to go home and tell her mother what had occurred.. calculating eggs 27. the pail fell off it and all the milk was split. as Patty walked carelessly b. pale b. The climax of the text is. The persuasive ways to maintain the examinations e. The teachers’ roles to motivate the students . Nowadays. bucket c. Who are the characters in the story above ? a. 7 SHOULD EXAMINATIONS BE ABOLISHED? Many people say that examinations should be abolished because they are not the best measure of students’ capabilities. homework is not a test of student’s ability. It is insufficient that teachers assign homework and correct it. What information do we get from the text ? a. selling milk c. Students’ disagreement against examinations c. 31. homework is more a method of merely keeping him occupied. students need to produce some evidence of their capabilities. because she was in a hurry 30. a. Because this is not done under supervision. since she was jealous with Polly Shaw d. “Do not count your chickens before they are hatched.” said the mother. milking cow b. The examination’s measurement is abolished d. if not making them a necessity. glass e. The underlined word means . she fell and twisted her ankle e. pan Text. These people believe that students can study on their own and do better without the nagging worry and pressure exerted by examinations.” As she spoke she tossed her head back. People’s attitudes toward the examinations b. This attitude greatly encourages the use of examinations. when…. Patty went to the market to sell the milk b. they can not be sure that it is really the work of the students themselves. carrying pail e. this is the only way a student’s qualifications can be judged.

some people agree that X-Ray examination is beneficial. The reasons to maintain the examinations b. There is risk in using X-Ray e. however. they will miss some important information which is very useful in making a diagnose on the patient’s disease. be discarded Is X-Ray Examination Necessary? Students. B. because homework can be done without teacher’s supervision e. Do you know why? Guess what? They think that using X-ray examination will cost them a lot of money.32. Why do doctors prefer to use X-Ray examination before making a diagnose? Because…. How to judge the student’s qualifications ? a. Homework is method of keeping students busy e. 12.The cost is expensive B The patients will suffer from disease C They need some important information which is very useful in making a diagnose on patients disease a. People say that examination should be abolished. E-Ray examination. That’s really true. be regarded d. because exam’s results is the only proof of student’s capabilities b. concerning his behavior d. X-Ray examination is unbeneficial . referring to his diploma c. producing his capabilities 34. trekking his activities e. What is the main idea of paragraph 2 ? a. Not all patients agree with the use of X-Ray examination. as a regulation in the country d. If doctors don’t use X-Ray. They say that doctors should use X-Ray in examining a sever illness. The teachers’ roles in supervising the students c.A hospital equipment E A medical tool 13. The insufficient teachers in school 33. The inside part of our body C The radiation of X-Ray d. What does the text tell us about? f. Whereas hospitals insist on having X-Ray examinations on patients to get an accurate diagnose although her cost is very high. As a result of this controversy. Another reason is the radiation of X-ray has some risks to the body tissues. checking his attitudes b. many people are planning a traditional health cure to avoid the high cost of hospital care. for the sake of efficiency 35. Why do some people disagree to abolish examination? a. do you know that there are many opinions concerning the use of X-Ray and others don’t agree to the use of X-Ray? Well. since nobody trust the students nowadays c. be forbidden c. A. be applied e. be banned b. Homework is not a test of a student’s ability d. And this will sometimes cause the doctor inaccurate in prescribing the medicine to cure the illness. Well. What does the underlined mean? a.

The wrong idea of many people 15. What cause many people are planning a traditional health care? f.persevere c.diagnose . The patients think that using X-Ray examination will cost them lower j. The doctors should use X-Ray in examining h. a. Many people are disappointed in using X-Ray e . C.14.The side effect of the use X-Ray d. The high cost of hospital care. Whereas hospitals insist on having X-Ray examinations on patients to get an accurate diagnose . Some people agree that X-Ray examination is beneficial g. discuss e. 16. The underlined word means …. Maintain b. The frightening experience of using an X-Ray g.. Not all patients agree with the use of X-Ray examination i. People are planning a traditional health.persuade d. What does the Argument ‘against’ say? f.

my child. ‘Patty the Milkmaid was going to the market carrying her milk in a pail on her head”.” As she spoke she tossed her head back. pan . “Ah. I’ll buy myself a new dimity frock and a chip hat. Patty and the mother 4. Who are the characters in the story above ? a. pale b. I shall just look at her and toss my head like this.. making cakes d. when…. “I will buy some fowls from Farmer Brown. a. As she went along she began calculating what she would do with the money she would get for the milk. which I will sell to the Parson’s wife. because Patty move her head upwards c. Patty fell in love with young men 3. With the money that I get from the sale of these eggs. Patty and the Milkmaid b. and when I go to market. Patty and Polly Shaw e. because she was in a hurry 5. selling milk 2. “And they will lay eggs each morning. “Do not count your chickens before they are hatched. Patty fell her pail off d. bucket c. Patty went home in tears e. since she was jealous with Polly Shaw d. a. glass e. IPA 1 MATA PELAJARAN : BAHASA INGGRIS Text PATTY THE MILKMAID Patty the Milkmaid was going to market carrying her milk in a pail on her head.” 1.. So she had to go home and tell her mother what had occurred.” said she. Patty went to the market to sell the milk b. box d. won’t all the young men come up and speak to me ! Polly Shaw will be that jealous. she fell and twisted her ankle e..SOAL UJIAN MID SEMESTER KLS : XII.. as Patty walked carelessly b. Why was the milk split? a. Patty was imagining her future c. the pail fell off it and all the milk was split. carrying pail e. Patty and the Parson’s wife d. Patty and Farmer Brown c.” said the mother. calculating eggs a. The underlined word means . milking cow b. but I don’t care. What is Patty’s job? c. The climax of the text is.

. sad e. Black Bird began singing out to Blue Tongue Lizard.. The Taipan and The Black Bird 3..He decided he would steal her…. fought with lizard e.Taipan. We know from the second paragraph that Taipan . “ Your wife is gone. Blue Tongue Lizard followed their tracks until he came to a freshly killed emu. BLUE-TONGUE LIZARD Blue Tongue Lizard and his wife camped near a swamp long ago. With Taipan dead. brave 4. Blue Tongue Lizard took back his wife and together they returned to the swamp... The Blue Tongue Lizard and his wife c.. take b. 1. weak e. he cried.The track of Taipan 6. Taipan saw Blue Tongue Lizard’s wife sitting under the tree. As soon as he ran away.. (Paragraph 1) The underlined word mean…. Blue Toungue Lizard & Taipan b. One day He went to get some food. hold d... When Taipan saw Blue Tongue Lizard. It had been killed by Taipan. He put down his bag which was full of food and made afire.. Taipan has taken her away “. a. he went to get his spears.They ( paragraph 3 ) refers to . The text describes the characteristic of Blue Tongue Lizard was…. visited lizard’s camp c. catch 7. Taipan Agreed and the two of them fought wildly. a. He found they had all broken by Taipan. a.. Blue Toungue Lizar’s and his wife c. he ran to get his spears but Blue Tongue Lizard had already broken them.. a.. He went back to shady tree where he had left his wife and saw she was gone.... a. . he left his wife sitting under a shady tree.. He soon found them near river.. A little while later. Black Bird . Blue Tounge Lizar c. Taipan (a snake) passed by Blue Tongue Lizard’s camp. The ending of the story was….. While he was down at the swamp. pain c. Happy 5.. Then he found the tracks of his wife and Taipan and he followed them. coward b. and bit him in half. He cooked his food and after he had finished eating it.. kidnapped lizard’s wife b. saw lizard ‘s wife 2. kidnap e. said Blue Tongue Lizard.. sorrow d.. Taipan b.DAYLY TEST KELAS XII IPS NAME……………………………. He took her with him and together they ran a long way away. a.s spear d. BlueToung Lizar ‘s spear e. “We can fight with our teeth”. bring c. The Blue Tongue Lizard and The Black Bird e... Blue Tongue Lizard knew that Taipan and his wife must be nearby. gloom b.. Blue Tongue Lizard heard it... The Blue Tongue Lizard and Taipan d. The story mainly tells us about…. a.. The wild Taipan b. Until Finally Blue Tongue Lizard caught hold of Taipan’s body in his powerful jaws. met the Black Bird d.... He (prgraph 2 ) refers to. afraid d. Taipan did not know that Black Bird had been watching him.. He decided he would steal her from Blue tongue Lizard. wild c.

to describe about lizard d. reportb. The purpose of the text is…. a. It was informed by Black Lizard b. Blue Toungue Lizard’r wife e. It was informed by Black Bird c. (Paragraph 1) The underlined word mean….The type of the text above is…. a. hold d. anecdotee. narrative 9. to inform about lizard’s life e. kidnapped lizard’s wife b. visited lizard’s camp c. How did Blue Tongue Lizard know that his wife was stolen by Taipan? a. descriptived. to share about an event We know from the second paragraph that Taipan…. saw lizard ‘s wife He decided he would steal her…. kidnap e. to explain about Blue Tongue Lizard c. fought with lizard e. Shady Tree. a. 8. bring c. explanationc. it was seen from the track 10. It was informed by his wife e. He knew it himself d.D. met the Black Bird d. a. to entertain the reader with fable b. take b. catch .

skills and tools that the people have. what is the main information in it? 2. are densely populated. For example. After reading the text above.DAYLY TEST NAME:……………. People tend to settle in areas where the soil is fertile and the climate is not too harsh. can be made more comfortable by having buildings fitted with air-conditioners. However.. an area with dry and hot area. such as Arizona. That is why river deltas. a) the physical condition of the place and b) the level of technology of the people. places which were previously thought to be unsuitable for people can become suitable. CLASS: XII IPS…… SEMESTER II TP: 2009/2010 Why Is the World’s Population So Unevenly Distributed ? Population distribution refers to the way in which people are spread out over a land area. 5. There are fewer people living in hilly areas with harsh climate because the extreme physical conditions make living and farming very difficult. (taken from. This refers to knowledge. Why do you think this is so? There are two main factors that influence population distribution. ‘Listen To Me’) 1. Write down the factors that influence population distribution. Paragraph 3 tells us about 3. The Nile Delta in Egypt is densely populated area. the place will still be populated. such as Nile Delta in Egypt. The world’s population is not evenly spread out. With improvements in technology. The antonym of the underlined word/s is . but if the people earn their living by other means and not agriculture. it is not impossible for people to survive under unfavorable living conditions. Farming may be difficult in a place without fertile land and adequate rainfall. How do people in Arizona survive to live in unpleasant areas? 4.

the place will still be populated.Why Is the World’s Population So Unevenly Distributed ? Population distribution refers to the way in which people are spread out over a land area. the size of height of people e. The world’s population is evenly populated c. by building dams e. With improvements in technology. but if the people earn their living by other means and not agriculture. it is not impossible for people to survive under unfavorable living conditions. an area with dry and hot area. The Nile Delta in Egypt is densely populated area. Farming is impossible in fertile land d. ‘Listen To Me’) 1. Paragraph 3 tells us about a. This refers to knowledge. the physical condition b. places which were previously thought to be unsuitable for people can become suitable. skills and tools that the people have. That is why river deltas. can be made more comfortable by having buildings fitted with air-conditioners. Technology has improved in many places c. The world’s population is not evenly distributed b. There are fewer people living in hilly areas with harsh climate because the extreme physical conditions make living and farming very difficult. by creating windmills c. The possibility to live in unfavorable areas e. the tools or instruments that people use 5. Why do you think this is so? There are two main factors that influence population distribution. the level of the technology of the people c. what is the main information in it? a. It is impossible to survive under unfavorable living condition d. People tend to settle in areas where the soil is fertile and the climate is not too harsh. by installing air-conditioners d. such as Arizona. These are the factors that influence population distribution. the knowledge of the people d. The world’s population is not evenly spread out. After reading the text above. a. except . The impossibility to live in unfavorable areas b. by generating hydro plant 4. Farming may be difficult in a place without fertile land and adequate rainfall. How do people in Arizona survive to live in unpleasant areas? a. People tend to settle in unevenly populated area e. The antonym of the underlined word/s is . are densely populated. The place will still be populated if it is arid 3. by making big ponds b. a) the physical condition of the place and b) the level of technology of the people. Technology is able to change the suitable condition 2. such as Nile Delta in Egypt. For example. (taken from. However.

. famous D unique E. 25 species of frogs. lately d.000 species of insects. included for both outstanding cultural and natural attraction ( paragraph 1 ) Outstanding means … A. 132 species of reptile. E. Only sixty C. Kakadu National Park contains a wide range of flora and fauna. Over sixty E. E. 289 species of bird. Kakadu contains features of great natural beauty and sweeping landscapes. C. slump e. Moreover. C. During wet season. It is one of the few sites in the world included for both outstanding cultural and natural attraction. B. funny 5. D. seldom c.a. How many species of mammals are there in Kakadu Natioanal Park ? A. geese and wading birds abound. There are even smalls areas of monsoon rainforest. scarcely Kakadu National Park is one world heritage list. rare b. Not more than sixty B. rivers and creeks flood and spread out over the board flood plains to from vast wetlands. 1. Just sixty D. familiar C. woodlands cover much of the lowland area in Kakadu National Park. text describes about … Kakadu National Park the heritage of the world species in the national park natural beauty park flora and fauna 2. 120 kilometers east of Darwin. Beside Eucalyptus forests. The A. The park is located in the tropical north of Australia. purpose of the text is … to entertain the species in Kakadu National Park to tell a lot of species in Kakadu National Park to tell outstanding park in the tropical north of Australia to describe Kakadu National Park in Darwin Australia to describe Kakadu National Park is located 4…. 55 species of freshwater fish and over 10. The A.804 square kilometers. where ducks. It covers total area of 19. Sixty 3. D. strange B. Its most outstanding landforms include extensive wetlands and spectacular ‘walls of rock’. There are more than 60 species of mammals. B.

A stone of the water is blue white. The most suitable title of the text is … A. sorted. and their color. 1. Since diamonds are water repellent they will stick to the grease. These diamonds are single crystals of genuine crystalline carbon. color B. The best diamonds are noted for their cleave. The value of a jewel diamond depends largely on its color. To retrieve the diamonds. Has 58 faces arranged regularly over C. or water. liquid D. style 3. stones do not twinkle or single yet. over the grease. they look like tiny blue-grey stones. Has 12 faces arranged over its surface B. mineral C. their translucence. blue-white. price D. jewel 4. A perfectly cut and polished diamond has 58 faces arranged regularly over its surface. scare diamonds C. Look like tiny blue-grey stones . and it is essential to split them before they are cut and polished. Diamonds are found in diamantiferous earth that is located in both open air pits and underground mines. and graded. All diamonds have a natural line of cleavage along which they may be split. diamond B. It will be translucent and colorless. while then removed from the soil and cleaned . the earth is crushed and concentrated. diamonds B. size C. means of mining diamonds 2. the various colors of diamonds E. as it is called professionally. bort and carbonate D. The relationship between the cleavage and translucence of a diamonds is most similar to the relationship between the style of an automobile and its … A. green or yellow. How is perfect diamond ? A. The concentrated some areas is sorted by passing it over streams of water on greased tables. The diamonds are remove from the grease and cleaned. color E. Before they cut and polished. speed E. examined.DAYLY TEST NAME: CLASS: III IPS SEMESTER :II TP 2005/2006 Scared diamonds are more valuable then the clusters of smaller crystals known as bort and carbonate. A stone of the water is blue white ( paragraph 4 ) Water in the passage means … A.

According to me. agrees D. free D. students can forget their time . supports 4. to inform the readers about disadvantages playing PS C. We can spend our spare time with a lot of fun and joy. There are a lot of games on PS C. busy C. The writer likes reading a book 2. The purpose of the text is … A. loves C. Playing Ps creates some problems C. Spare means … A. We can forget our problems although for a while. disagrees E. They forget to study and do their homework. The writer loves playing PS B. 1. It is challenging and enjoyable. It’s the time for joy 3. Everyone dislike playing PS B. High prices Every student likes playing Play Station. to inform the readers the advantages playing PS D. What is mainly discussed in paragraph 1 ? A. It is all better for us to study or read books. playing PS is not necessary for students. to present two opinions about playing PS E. to tell the readers about playing PS is fun B. hard E. PS gives the students fun and joy E. The writer … with playing PS A. to describe playing PS . On the contrary. Playing Ps is very useful E. Playing Ps makes the students happy D. The cluster crystals E.D. Or may be we can use the time to do our hobby and physical exercises. The following statement is not stated in the text A. whole B. We can learn many kind of games on PS. likes B. It has no use at all. They feel excited and do not want to stop. They don’t remember what they must do now and later. short 5. PS can make a student lazy to study D. We can spend our spare time by playing PS.

'I can't have you going away from my house looking like that. He began to cry. 'Well. that when he asked her to marry him again. She saw them clearly as he went down the road. He knocked on the door.' And he began to tell her all he had. Go away now and let me go to sleep. And she shouted through the door. I can do you a good turn. His paw caught the little mouse.' he said. you’re not so much of a meal anyway. Oh well he shrugged. at all!' she thought. “If you forgive me this time. . And she saw two big holes in his stockings. I will never forget your kindness. now.' And then he was really sad. 'Come along back here.' she cried. then you cannot want me. So he went to her house to ask her to marry him. I am beginning to feel sleepy. oh king. too. Who looks after you at home to allow such a thing?' 'There's no one to look after me. from The Tooter by Diana Ross (Faber & Faber). there are reasons enough.' 'Oh. I mind no harm and I certainly didn’t want to disturb your majesty. How could a tiny creature like you over do anything help me? And he shook with laughter. I hold my pincers bravely.' And she invited him in and took up her needle and thread. me. so rich and strong and beautiful.” The lion began to laugh. and darned up his stockings and sewed on a button as well. looking down at the frightened mouse. one in either heel. 'If you have so much already.' 'Why ever should I marry you?' she asked.' he said. She was curious to see what he looked like. 'But listen to me. I beg of you”. I have more stored away in my little house than you or your Granny ever thought of.A HOLE IN YOUR STOCKING Once there was a beetle who loved another beetle. She was looking after him as he went down the road. cried the frightened mouse. but listen to me! I'm the richest beetle around. By the time she had done all that she fell in love with him. If you let me stay alive. He was very angry. A tiny mouse came around the lion and stepped down his nose. 'Oh. The lion was awakened with a load roar.' she said. My Granny is so blind she sits all day by the fire. stop if she said. 'I am busy resting this fine afternoon. He laughed and laughed. 'Go away. he said. All he can think of is his own beauty! If he thinks himself so fine he won't think of me. Why do you come out courting with holes in your stockings. MATERI PROGRAM PERBAIKAN DAN PENGAYAAN (REMEDIAL) A LION AND A MOUSE One day a lion slept in the jungle. The lion opened his huge jaws to swallow the mouse “Pardon me. she didn't say no. 'I have come to ask you to marry.' he asked. My fine black amour is smooth and shiny. She opened the window and called out after him: 'Hey! You there! You. 'May I come in. "I am the most handsome beetle in all the district.

His thunderous bellows sent through the jungle.. What is main idea of paragraph two? a. I’ll get you out of this trap.. Tsunami A tsunami is a very large sea wave that is generated by disturbance along the ocean floor. good mouse.The cause of tsunami d. 2..Water waves at the ocean surface.. Bottom d. where their height increases asthey reach the continental shelf. They set up rope nets in the jungle. c. or rises from the ocean floor to the land. What is the purpose of the text ? a. if you make so much noise. some hunters tried to capture the lion alive. The ocean waves spread out from the vicinity of the earthquake source and move across the ocean untill they reach the coastline.What did alion do in the jungle? 2. . 5. E. That my be the lion who once freed me. The lion fell into the trap. Description c. Far c. The coast line e.. Some time after this.. To tell pass event..” With his sharp little teeth. The displaced rock c. The earth’s crust.. Near.. the mouse gnawed at the ropes until they broke. The earquake source d. Explanation c. the hunters will come and capture you . he released his paw from the mouse and the mouse quickly ran away. To tell tsunami tragedy b. The displced rock pushes water above it like a giant paddie. looseness of lives due to drowing and demage to property. the lion stepped out of the net and was free.Thias disturbance can lead to an earthquake a landslide or a volcanic eruption. stop! You must not roar. Narrative b. Discovering the sad lion. “You did help me. The disatrous. Tsunami washes ashore with often disastrous effects such as severe flooding. To give opinion how to solve tsunami. but once vit reaches shallow water . I saw that kindness is always worth while.. The continental shelf. stop.What kind of the text a bove. a giant paddie b.” ( paragraph2) The antonym of surface is. And he ran to see whether he could help. Anwer the questions based on the text ! 1. e. deep b. Tsunami occurs when a mayor fault under the ocean floor suddenly slips. The tiny mouse heard the lion’s roars. To entertain the reader by telling the story about tsunami 4. To explain how tsunami happens d.. this fast – travelling wave grows very large.? a. Shallow e. What makes powerful water waves at the ocean surface ? a.” said the lion gently. the part of the Earth’s crust that slopes. the mouse said to him”.. he said. he roared and thrashed. Quwstion: 1. was I not right?” Thank you. A very large sea wave b. 3. A tsunami is undetectable far our in the ocean.Then. d. producing powerful water waves at the ocean surface. now. The floor up of yhe ocean to the land. remembering his promise. “. Then the mouse said. Discussion.. a. Exposition e.