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When a person old enough to be responsible for a crime? This question needs to
be investigated because the current law is not good enough
The law at present protects children aged between ten years and four years from
being punished for committing crimes. It is believed that children under
fourteen years are too young to realize the seriousness of their crimes. Mr.
Stephen Scarlett, head of the NSW Children’s Court, describes how clever
young offenders use this defense, saying that they are too young to understand
that they have broken the law. Mr. Scarlett, an expert on this subject, states that
the age should be dropped from fourteen to twelve years. I agree with this.
Teenagers these days are far more sophisticated than those in the past. The law
should recognize this. In a recent survey some people suggested that the age for
being responsible for a crime should be dropped to eight years old. This, I feel,
is too young. Fourteen, however, is too old. Is there anyone who believes that a
fourteen-year-old does not know that it is against the law to steal or vandalize
property? By the age of twelve, children are aware of what is legal and what is
not.
Public pressure creates change. It is now up to the public to put pressure on the
government to change the age at which a person may be held responsible for a
crime from fourteen years to twelve years. Out of date laws have no place in a
modern society, especially one that needs people to be responsible for their
actions.

1. What does the text above talk about?


A.When a person is old enough to be responsible for a crime
B.When a person is being punished for committing crimes
C.When children are too young to be responsible for a crime
D.When a person is too old to be responsible for a crime
E.When do teenagers realize the seriousness of their crimes

2.In what age are the children protected by the present law from being punished
for committing crimes?
A.Ten years old
B.Fourteen years old
C.Ten to fourteen years old
D.Eight years old
E.Twelve years old

3. In what paragraph do we find the recommendation of the text above…..


A.In the first paragraph
B.In the second paragraph
C.In the third paragraph
D.In the fourth paragraph
E.In the fifth paragraph
4. The part of the text which states what ought or ought not to happen is
called…..
A.Thesis
B.Argument
C.Elaboration
D.Reiteration
E.Recommendation

5.“Teenagers these days are far more sophisticated than those in the past.
The word “those” refer to…..
A.Days
B.Teenagers
C.Laws
D.Children
E.Crimes
Mobile Phones in the School
Recently most people own mobile phone. Why does mobile phone user increase
dramatically in recent years? First, the feature and functions has increased. Mobile phone is
not used just for calling, but sending text, taking pictures, recording videos, accessing
internet, playing games and much more. Second, mobile phone has also become a lot
cheaper. Now this communication device does not only fill the pocket of adult but also
teenager and student. Even a lot phones are intentionally designed to teenaged market.
However should they be allowed to bring them to school.
Many schools do not allow students to bring cell phones to school. It is very reasonable
because bringing phone to school potentially disrupts the learning process. Most students
use cell phones irresponsibly. They use cell phones to talk to their friend during class time.
They also use the calculator and camera features in the class as well. Those potentially lead
less concentration in the time of learning and teaching process.
Students go to school to learn and behave fair way. Mobile phones provide a large
temptation to cheat in tests. They can communicate to anyone and almost anywhere in the
world. Because of the small size of the cell phone, students can send a text quietly and
discreetly. The text can go unnoticed anywhere to get help on answering tests, homework,
and other class assignment. Learning in school is to behave fair not cheating.
Therefore, schools should ban students from bringing their cell phones. However it should
be done fairly. In case of an emergency some student need a call for help, providing easy
access to phone is better.
Answer the questions below based on the text above !
1. What is the kind the text above ?
2. What is the purpose of the text ?
3. What is the generic structure of the text ?
4. Where is the recommendation of the text ?
5. What is the means of discreetly in the text in “Bahasa Indonesia” ?
Present Perfect Continuous
1. Rena: Why don’t you reply my text?
Wawan: Oh, sorry. I forgot to tell you that I … to Ambon since last year.
a. am traveling
b. was traveling
c. have to travel
d. will have traveled
e. have been traveling
2. All these years, Vita’s family … in proverty.
a. lived
b. has been living
c. had lived
d. was living
e. lives
3. Tono: I think they are going to here for a while.
Neni: But we … in line for almost 30 minutes.
a. are standing
b. have stood
c. stand
d. were standing
e. have been standing
4. Several hotels in this city are closing down. That’s because tourism itself … since last year.
a. is declining
b. declined
c. has been declining
d. has declined
e. was declined
5. Eko has been working on his report for two days in a row without much sleep. That’s why he looks
so tired.
a. works
b. is working
c. has been working
d. was working
e. had been working

Fill the blank text!!


1. …… a noise just then?
2. They are singing and dancing because their uncle…… …………
3. You’ve finished the test. The negative form of this sentence is….
4. The children have……eaten their breakfast

5. Mr. Efendi…. in Bali for a week.


Modal Auxillary

1. The police officer warned the crowd that he ……………… order shooting, if
they created trouble.
a could d. Has
b would e. Can
c might
2. Passengers ……………… not smoke inside the bus.
a will d. Has
b should e. Can
c must
3. ………………. I have a word with you?
a will d. Has
b shall e. Can
c can
4. Parents ……………….. not accompany their children to the school.
a must d. Has
b can e. Can
c would
5. There was a time when I ……………… stay up late, but these days I go to
bed early.
a used to d. Has
b ought to e. Can
c should

Complete the following sentences using can/may/must should. Sometimes you


need the negatives

1. My father is very smart. He ________ speak five languages.


2. Look! The girl is falling into the river. We ________ rescue her now.
3. Tom gets failed in his exams. I think he ________ study harder.
4. There is nobody in the room now. They ________ go out to buy something.
5. If you don’t bring your dictionary, you ________ borrow mine now.
"Starlight"

Far away
This ship has taken me far away
Far away from the memories
Of the people who care if I live or die

Starlight
I will be chasing a starlight
Until the end of my life
I don't know if it's worth it anymore

Hold you in my arms


I just wanted to hold
You in my arms

My life
You electrify my life
Let's conspire to ignite
All the souls that would die just to feel alive

I'll never let you go


If you promise not to fade away
Never fade away

Our hopes and expectations


Black holes and revelations
Our hopes and expectations
Black holes and revelations

Hold you in my arms


I just wanted to hold
You in my arms

Far away
This ship has taken me far away
Far away from the memories
Of the people who care if I live or die

I'll never let you go


If you promise not to fade away
Never fade away

Our hopes and expectations


Black holes and revelations
Our hopes and expectations
Black holes and revelations

Hold you in my arms


I just wanted to hold
You in my arms
I just wanted to hold

1. Which word best describes the singer’s condition at the first sentences of the song....
A. Happy D. Lonely
B. Hopeless E. Couraged
C. Discouraged

2. Word “Hope” is closed meaning to....


A. Rise D. Live
B. Collapsed E. Wishes
C. Suffered

3. “electrify my life” What does the word refer to.....


A. Uproar D. Time
B. Reason E. Problem
C. Person
4. Choose the correct message of this song.....
A. this song is talking about how he lost the love of his life
B. the song talks about something you missed in your life
C. the song talks about places
D. the song talks about simple thing
E. the song talks about someone

5. What “fade away” mean.....


A. disappear D. Fade
B. Keep away E. Far away
C. Went

IF AIN’T GOT YOU

BY ALICIA KEYS

Some people live for the fortune

Some people live just for the fame

Some people live just for to play the game

Some people think that the physical things define what’s within

And I’ve been there before

But that life’s a bore

So full of the superficial

Some peole want it all

But I don’t want nothing at all

If I ain’t got you baby

Some people want diamond rings

Some just want everything

But everything means nothing

If I ain’t got you

Some peole search for a fountain

That promise forever young


Some people need three dozen roses

And that’s the only way to prove you love them

Hand me the world on a silver platter

And what good would it be?

With no one to share, with no one who truly cares for me

If ain’t got you with me baby

Nothing in this whole wide world don’t mean a thing

If ain’t got you with me baby

Questions

1.Do you know the song lyrics above?

2.Are you familiar with the singer? If so, write everything you know about the singer

3.what do you think about the lyrics?

4.what does the song tell you about?

5.Look at the lyrics carefully. What dos she want, actually? And what does she think
about people?