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RODEOH

Chocolate Biscuit & Vanilla Cream


INGREDIENTS:
Sugar, Wheat Flour, Vegetable oil, Cocoa Powder, Milk
Powder, Salt, Baking Powder (Ammonium and Sodium
Bicarbonate), Vanilla, Flavor, Soya Lecithin.
Manufactured in a facility that may process products that
contain: peanuts, soy, wheat, eggs, milk, and tree nut
products.
ALLERGEN: Wheat, milk, soy.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 3 pieces (35 g)
Total Calories: 170 Cal
Calories from fat: 70 Cal
Amount per Serving %
DV
Total fat 8g 12
Protein 2g 3
Total Carbohydrate Sodium 25 g 8
75 mg 3
• Percent Daily Values are based are based on a
2000 calorie diet.
You Daily Values may be higher or lower
depending on your calories needs

1. How much calories do three pieces of Rodeoh contain?


a. 70 Cal
b. 170 Cal
c. 240 Cal
d. 2000 Cal

2. “Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.”


What is the similar meaning of the underlined word?
a. Weekly
b. Monthly
c. Regularly
d. Every day

3. According to the label, the following things cause allergy, EXCEPT…


a. Soy
b. Milk
c. Eggs
d. Wheat
ADIBA Stationery
Come and get the best items we have:

Books, pens, pencils, school bags,


erasers, various kinds of rulers, etc.

All of them are export quality. Some items


are produced in limited edition so you are
not going to find them in other stores.

Grand opening:
21st June 2008
Get the doorprizes
and
special discount
during the opening.

4. Which stationeries are not mentioned in the text?


a. Erasers
b. Rulers
c. Papers
d. Pens

5. What is the purpose of the text?


a. To persuade the readers to go to ADIBA
b. To let the readers know about exported products
c. To inform the readers about new product advertised
d. To make the readers understand that ADIBA jst sells exported products

6. What can the customers get if they visit ADIBA on June 21st?
a. Discount
b. Special gifts
c. Special export products
d. Door prizes and discount
World Wide Fund for Nature 17th Avenue
Panda House Crosby
Weyside Park Liverpool

Dear Sir/Madam

My name is Sofia and I am a student at the Bells Junior High school. At the
moment, I am doing a project about animals in danger of extinction.
Please send me some information about animals in danger. What animal are in
danger? Where do they live? What do they eat? Why are they in danger?
What can I do to help?
I am very interested in your organization and would like some information
about how to join.
Thank you for your help.

Yours faithfully
Sofia Viney

7. Why did Sofia send the letter?


a. To know more about kinds of animals for her projects
b. To register herself to be the member of World Wide Fund.
c. To ask some information about animals in danger of extinction
d. To introduce herself as one of the students at Bells Junior High School.

8. “… Animals in danger of extinction.”


What is the synonym of the underlined word?
a. Loss
b. Existence
c. Captivity
d. Birth

Complete the following procedure with the suitable words provided

Charging the cell phone is an easy thing to do. First, … (9)… the travel
adapter into the phone. Then, plug the adapter into a standard AC wall …(10)
…. When the phone is …(11)…. charged (the battery icon stops blinking),
unplug the adapter from the power outlet. …(12)…, remove the adapter from
the phone.
If the battery level becomes low, the phone automatically turns off. It means
you should …(13)… your battery

9. a. plug
b. set
c. fill
d. let

10. a. income
b. inlet
c. plug in
d. outlet

11. a. surely
b. completely
c. immediately
d. quickly

12. a. finally
b. however
c. but
d. nevertheless

13. a. buy
b. recharge
c. change
d. recheck

Dolphins travel in groups in the sea. They can locate their prey using echolocation and
often …(14)… for fish, squid and shrimp. Dolphins also sleep with one eye open.
Sometimes, human used them in a pool to show with the other animals, because they are
…(15)… and intelligent. …(16)… dolphins are harmless, children are not afraid to get a
kiss from them.

14. a. eat
b. hunt
c. capture
d. catch

15. a. fierce
b. friendly
c. wild
d. ferocious

16. a. since
b. although
c. however
d. though

17. arrange the following words to form a good sentence


on – come – time – please
1 2 3 4

a. 3–1–2–4
b. 2–1–4–3
c. 4–2–1–3
d. 2–3–1–4

Read the text and answer the questions 18 – 22

The monkey and the crocodile


One day, a monkey wanted to cross a river. He saw a crocodile in the river, so he asked the
crocodile to help him. The crocodile told the monkey to jump onto his back. Then, the
crocodile swam down the river.
Now, the crocodile was very hungry. When the crocodile was in the middle of the river, it
stopped and said to the monkey, “Monkey, my father is very sick. He must eat the heart of
monkey, then he will be strong again.
The monkey thought for a while. Then, he told the crocodile to swim back to the river
bank.
“What for?” asked the crocodile.
“Because I didn’t bring my heart with me,” said the monkey, I left it under the tree near
some coconuts.”
So, the crocodile turned around and swam back to the bank of the river. As soon as they
reached the river bank, the monkey jumped off the crocodile’s back and climbed up to the
top of a tree.
“Where is your heart?” asked the crocodile.
“You are foolish,” the monkey said to the crocodile, “Now, I am free and you have
nothing.

18. Why did the monkey ask the crocodile for help?
a. He liked the crocodile
b. He wanted to cross the river
c. The monkey was a weak animal
d. The crocodile told him to jump onto his back

19. How did the monkey trick the crocodile?


a. By telling the crocodile that he left his heart
b. By asking the crocodile to give him a ride
c. By saying that crocodile was foolish
d. By saying that his father was sick

20. From the story above we can learn that …


a. We have to be cunning with friends
b. The strongest will always be the winner
c. We have to be calm in solving the problem
d. Trusting someone else is the best thing we should do

21. “… to swim back to the river bank.”


The underlined word means ….
a. The land along the side of a river
b. A place where we deposit our money
c. The site where many plants grow
d. The side of a woods near the river

22. Which statement is TRUE according to the text?


a. The crocodile was a clever cunning animal
b. The monkey was finally eaten by the crocodile
c. The crocodile wanted to give the monkey’s heart to his father
d. The crocodile swam back to the river bank because he believed in what the monkey said
23. 1. There are several steps to install cell phone.
2. Next, insert the SIM card
3. If the phone is already on, turn it off first
4. Then, remove the battery
5. Make sure that the gold-colored contacts on the card face down into the phone
6. After that, install the battery
7. Finally, the phone is ready to use
Which one is the best arrangement of the sentences above?
a. 1 – 3 – 2 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7
b. 1 – 6 – 4 – 3 – 5 – 2 – 7
c. 3 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 7 – 4 – 6
d. 3 – 2 – 5 – 1 – 4 – 7 – 6

KEEP OFF THE GRASS

24. The notice means that … the grass


a. We are allowed to cut
b. We must no walk on
c. We are allowed to pick up
d. We must keep the grass

25. Where do you usually find the notice above?


a. The classroom
b. On the train
c. On the bus
d. In the garden