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KUMPULAN SOAL BAHASA INGGRIS

MODAL

I go to see the doctor last week because I was very ill.

I go to see the doctor last week because I was very ill. ( a )

I go to see the doctor last week because I was very ill. ( a )

I go to see the doctor last week because I was very ill. ( a )

(a)

(b)

to

(c)

I could

must

must

had to

bought that car but I didn't have enough money to pay for the petrol.

(a)

had( a )

have( b )

(b)

have( c )

(c)

to

I

go now because I am already late for my class.

must( a )

(a)

(b)

had( b )

have( c )

(c)

to

I may

able to come to your party if I have the time.

(a ) a)

be

(b ) b)

being

(c ) c)

being to

Do you

clean the house every day or every week?

must( a )

(a)

have( b )

(b)

have( c )

(c)

to

I

speak French without a problem now because I have had many lessons.

( a )

(a)

may

( b )

(b)

can

( c )

(c)

have

They

do their homework today because it is a holiday at the school.

must not( a )

(a)

don't have( b )

(b)

( c ) don't have to

(c)

don't have to

I

help you with your shopping because you have a lot of bags.

ought( a )

(a)

ought( b )

(b)

 

to

thought( c )

(c)

When will you

come and see us in our new house?

can( a )

(a)

be able( b )

(b)

 

to

must( c )

(c)

I may

) be able ( b )   to must ( c ) I may ( a

) be able ( b )   to must ( c ) I may ( a

) be able ( b )   to must ( c ) I may ( a

(a)

(b)

to

(c)

go to Paris next week because there is a very big exhibition there.

have

have

had

MID TEST

I. Text I for questions number 1 to 10

Change the verbs in the brackets into the correct form

Andi (1) on a plane. It (2) the first time for him. A stewardess always (3) him. And she also (4) him food, drink, snack and candies. He (5) “How kind she is!” The he (6) an announcement, “Good morning ladies and gentlemen. This flight will be flown by Captain Ferda. It will fly at an altitude of 28.000 feet. Well ladies and gentlemen, have a pleasant flight”. Andi (7) so excited that he (8) his eyes to (9) outside at the clouds. “Wow, I’m flying now”.

He (10) “what an exciting experience”.

1

a.

b.

c.

d.

Were

Was

Am

Is

2

a. Were

b.

c.

d.

Was

Am

Is

3

a.

b.

c.

d.

Helping

Helps

Helped

Help

4

a. Giving

b.

c.

d.

Give

Given

Gave

5

a.

b.

c.

d.

Thought

Thinking

Think

Thinks

6

a. Heard

b.

Hears

d.

c.

Hearing

Hear

7

a. Was

b.

c.

d.

Were

Is

Am

8

a. Shuts

b.

c.

d.

Shuttings

Shut

Shutted

I. Text II for questions number 11 to 14

9

a. Look

b.

c.

d.

Looks

Looking

Looked

10

a. Thought

b.

Think

d.

c.

Thinking

Thinks

One day Sandra Dewi felt sick in the middle of the English lesson. All of the

students did the reading task. Suddenly Sandra Dewi vomited. All other students stopped writing. Mrs. Lidya helped her immediately. The chairman of the class sent for the school’s doctor.

In five minutes the doctor came. He examined her carefully. He examined her eyes. He felt her stomach. He listened to her heartbeat. He measured her blood pressure. Then he took her temperature.

‘I’m afraid he suffers from malaria. Her temperature is very high. That is why she vomited. She has a very bad cough, too. I’ll give her some pills for her malaria, some tablets for her fever and syrup for her cough. She needs a week rest’. Said the doctor.

1

1

1

3

a. Sandra Dewi vomited

b. Sandra Dewi felt sick

c. Sandra Dewi stopped writing

d. Sandra Dewi read a text

What happened to the

students?

a. Stopped listening

b. Stopped writing

c. Stopped reading

d. Stopped studying

1

What did the students do?

2

a. Sitting in the classroom

b. Writing a task

c. Reading task

d. Helping Sandra Dewi

1

What did the doctor

4

recommend?

a. I’m afraid she suffers from malaria

b. She needs a week rest

c. She needs syrup for her cough

d. She has a very bad cough

Ali

I. Dialogue for number 15 to 16 : Hello

Badu : Hello

Ali

: Ali speaking. Can I speak to Mary, please?

Badu : Hm, She’s not home right now.

Ali

: Oh. Ok.

Badu : Can I take the massage?

Ali

: Yes, please. Thanks

Badu : Wait a second. I’ll get a pen. (a minute later)

O.k.

Ali

library?

: Could you tell her to meet me at 7 p.m in front of the city public

Badu : All right

Ali

: Thank you. Bye.

Badu : Bye.

1

How do they open the

1

How do they close the

5

conversation?

6

conversation?

a. Hello

a. Could you

b. Oh. O.K

b. Oh. Bye

c. Hm

c. Oh. O.K

d. O.K

d. All right

I. Text III for question number 17 to 20

Shirley’s Day Off

Shirley enjoyed her day off yesterday. She …(17)…up late, …(18)… jogging in the park, …(19) … a long shower, and …(20) … a big breakfast.

1

7

a.

b.

c.

d.

Getti

ng

Gets

Get

Got

1

8

a.

b.

c.

Goe

s

Gon

e

Wen

t

d. Go

1

9

I. Composition

a.

b.

c.

d.

Take

Took

Take

s

Taki

ng

2

0

a.

b.

c.

d.

Ate

Eat

Eati

ng

Eats

Make a short dialogue telling what you did last week end!

Tes Mid Semester

I. Pilihlah a, b, c, atau d

1. Andi : Hi Anto, ……………

Anto: Hi Andi. I’m fine, thank you.

a.

b.

How do you do?

c.

Nice to meet you?

d.

Who are you?

e.

How are you?

2. Tono and Bill are students. ….are in the classroom now.

a.

b.

He

c.

They

d.

We

e.

You

3. Students

: Good morning,……

Mr. Winsley

: Good morning.

a.

b.

Sir

c.

Miss

d.

Mrs.

e.

Mom.

4. : I’m from Ciputih,…

Burhan

Komar

: I’m from Bojong

a.

b.

And then?

c.

That’s it

d.

And you?

e.

Really?

5. Albert

Rick

: I want to write on the blackboard.

: O.K. Here’s ….

a.

b.

the pen

c.

the clock

d.

the chalk

e.

the socks

Gambar untuk soal nomor 6 s.d nomor 10

c. the clock d. the chalk e. the socks Gambar untuk soal nomor 6 s.d nomor

Mr. Ansori

c. the clock d. the chalk e. the socks Gambar untuk soal nomor 6 s.d nomor

Mrs. Ansori

Yesi

Ahmad

6. Yesi is Ahmad’s…

a.

b.

Sister

c.

Aunt

d.

Niece

e.

Wife

Iwan Wati
Iwan
Wati

Sonya

Budi
Budi

14.

Budi

: There is a football

7. Mr. And Mrs Ansori have….sons

a. one

b. two

c.

three

d. four

8. Wati calls Ahmad…

 

a. Father

b. Brother

c.

Uncle

d. Husband

9. Wati and Budi are Iwan’s…

 

a. Children

b. Childs

c.

Sons

d. Daughters

10.

Mrs. Ansori is Budi’s…

 

a.

Sister

b. Aunt

c.

match on TV tonight.

Sandi

Budi

:………

a. Oh really?

You see?

: Yeah. Let’s watch it.

b. By the way d. See you.

15. Aruni

: …………………… ?

c.

 

Azka

: I live at Jl. Soreang Number

23

 

a. What’s your age?

 

c.

How many brothers do you

 

have?

b. What’s your address?

 

d.

How’re you?

16.

Simon

: what’s your favorite food?

Wisnu

: ………………

Grandfather

d. Grandmother

a.

Fried chicken

b. Cat

c.

 

Volleyball

d. Swimming

11. The traffic sign means

  Volleyball d. Swimming 11. The traffic sign means Teks untuk soal no. 17 s.d 20

Teks untuk soal no. 17 s.d 20

a. Don’t Stop

b. Be Careful

My classroom …(17)… big and clean. There

c.

Don’t Park

d. Be Dilligent

…(18) … twenty tables and forty six chairs. The pictures … (19)…on the walls and there … (20) … a clock beside the calendar.

12. There are many books in the…

a. Laboratory

b. canteen

 

c.

library

d. lavatory

13.

Adam

: How many players are there

in a basketball team?

 

Ali

: …………

I

think.

a.

Six

b. five

c. seven

 

d. four

17.

a. is

b. am

c.

are

d. has

18.

a. am

b. has

c. are

 

d.

is

19.

a. are

b. is

c. am

 

d.

has

20.

a. are

b. is

c. am

 

d.

has

A. READING (MEMBACA)

II Tulislah pertanyaan – pertanyaan untuk melengkapi format dibawah ini.

21.Name

:

22.Age

:

23.Nationality

: s

24.Job

:

25.Address

:

Soal – soal keterampilan membaca mengukur kemampuan siswa dalam memahami bahasa Inggris tertulis. Setiap teks diikuti oleh empat atau lima pertanyaan mengenai :

1. Topik utama Jenis pertanyaan seperti ini menguji pemahaman siswa mengenai isi bacaan.

III Tulislah surat untuk membalas surat di bawah ini

2. Padanan dan lawan kata Siswa harus mampu mengidentifikasi satu jawaban yang benar diantara empat pilihan jawaban

3. Pertanyaan mengenai informasi rinci yang tersurat Jenis pertanyaan ini menanyakan

didalam

Jakarta, 17 October 2005

To my friends in SMP 3 Soreang

Dear friends,

My name is Ridwan Anwar. I am 13 years

suatu informasi rinci tertentu teks

4. Kosa kata Jenis pertanyaan seperti ini

kata yang sering digunakan

menguji

pemahaman siswa mengenai kosa

5. Pertanyaan mengenai informasi yang tersirat Jenis pertanyaan ini menanyakan suatu informasi yang tersirat di dalam teks

old. I live in Jakarta with my parents, two sisters and one brother. My father is a worker and my mother is a teacher. My sisters are students in senior high school and my brother is still in elementary school. That’s all about my family. Please tell me about your family. Thanks.

6. Pertanyaan mengenai acuan kata Siswa harus mampu mengidentifikasi kata ganti yang menjadi acuan sebuah kata atau frase.

Latihan 1

Love

Ridwan.

Hello, my name is Fasihu. This is my family; my father, my mother, my sister Siti and my brother Ali. My father is 42 years old. He is handsome. He is a teacher. My mother is 40 years old. She is beautiful. She is a teacher too.

My sister is sixteen years old. She has long hair. She is a student of SMU. My

brother is ten years old. He has short hair. He is a student in primary school. I am tall. I am a new student at SMP 1 Buton. I have short hair.

1. What is the passage about?

a. Fasihu’s school

sister

b. Fasihu’s family

parents

c. Fasihu’s

d. Fasihu’s

1. The following statements are true, except

a. Fasihu’s parents are teachers

b. c. Fasihu’s sister is younger than him

c. Fasihu has one brother and one sister

d. His brother is in rimary school

1. What are Fasihu’s parents?

a. His mother is 40 and his father is

42

b. They are fine

c. They are teachers

d. They have three children

1. He is a student in primary school. The underlined word means…

a. c. Elementary

High

b.

Secondary

d. Kindergarten

1. What class is Fasihu in?

a.

b.

Latihan 2

Class 3

Class 1

c.

d. SMU student

Class 2

Erna is a junior high school student. She is in the first grade now and she is a smart student. Her school is on Jalan Semar. The school has twenty four classrooms and one library. It also has a wide school yard.

Erna and her friends like to play in the school yard. It is fun to play there. Erna likes English lesson very much. Her English teacher is Mr. Chandra. He is a good teacher.

1. What is the most suitable title for the text?

a. Erna’s friends

school

b. Erna’s hobbies

English

c. Erna’s

d. Erna’s

lesson

1. Where do the students play?

a. In the library

classroom

c.

In the

b. On Jl Semar d. In the school yard

1. “…and she is a smart student”. The underlined word means….

a. Happy

c. Careful

b. Beautiful

d. Clever

1. “It has a wide school yard”. The word “it” refers to…

a. classroom

c. yard

b. school

d. library

1. “She is in the first grade now.” The underlined word means…

a. class

c. school

b. school yard

d. classroom

Latihan 3

Mr. Jim Brown’s wife is Mary Brown. They have three children; two daughters and a son. Their daughters are Ann and Lucy and their son is Jack. Jack and Lucy are still single. Ann is married. Her husband is Bill. Ann and Bill have two children, a boy and a girl. They are John and Cindy.

1. The text tells us about…

a. Mr. Brown’s wife

b. Mr. Brown’s family

c. Mr. Brown children

d. Mr. Brown

2. How many people are mentioned in the text?

a. Six

c. Seven

b. Eight

d. Nine

3. What do John and Cindy call Jack?

 

a. Father

c. Grand father

 

b. Cousin

d. Uncle

 

4. Where does Mr. Rantung put his car?

 

a.

In the yard

4.

“They have three children

The word

b.

In the living room

“they” refers to…

c.

In the garage

a. Mr. Brown

c. Mrs. Brown

d.

In the bathroom

b. Mr. and Mrs. Brown d. Ann and Bill

5. “….her husband is Bill”. The word ‘her’ refers to…

a.

b.

Mary

Cindy

c. Lucy

d. Ann

6. “…Jack and Lucy are still single” the antonym of the underlined word is…

a.

b.

young

old

Latihan 4

c. married

d. happy

This is Mr Rantung’s house. It has a living room, two bedrooms, a dining room, a bathroom, a kitchen and a garage. There are six chairs and a dining table in the dining room. The dining room is between the living room and the kitchen. There are four armchairs, a table, a sofa, and a TV set in the living room. In each bedroom, you can find a wardrobe and the bed. There is a bucket in the bathroom. In the kitchen, there are many kitchen utensils.

1. How many rooms are there in Mr. Rantung’s house?

a. Five

c. Six

b. Seven

d. Eight

2. There are many things in the living room, except…

a. A radio

c. A sofa

b. Armchairs

d. A sofa

3. What is between the living room and the kitchen?

a.

The bedrooms

c. The

bathroom

b.

A garage

d. A dining room

5. Where can Mr. Rantung watch TV?

a. In the dining room

b. In the living room

c.

In the garage

d.

In the bathroom

6. “…It has a living room, refers to… the house

”. the word ‘it’

a. Mr. Rantung c. The dining room

b. The garage d. The kitchen

7.

In

each bedroom, you can find a

wardrobe and a bed”. What is the synonym of the underline word?

a.

some

c. both

b.

every

d. several

Latihan 5

Mrs. Fatimah hasan was coming from the market. She was carrying a basketful of things. She had some vegetables, fish, eggs, and a kilo of meat. There were some apples, pears and oranges too.

It was very hot. Mrs. Hasan was tired and thirsty. She went to a canteen. “Would you like something to drink?” the waitress asked. “a glass of cold tea, please”, said Mrs. Hasan. After she finished drinking, she quickly took pedicab home.

As soon as she arrived home, she went to the kitchen. She cleaned the fish and cut the vegetables. She also wanted to fry an egg for her son. She was preparing lunch for her family.

1. What is the first paragraph about?

a. Mrs. Fatimah Hasan

b. Mrs. Fatimah Hasan’s daily needs

c. Things Mrs. Fatimah Hasan bought from the market

d. The market

2. The following statements are true, excepts

a. Mrs. Fatimah Hasan didn’t buy any fruits

b. Mrs. Fatimah Hasan’s son likes eggs

c. Mrs. Fatimah Hasan was coming from shopping

d. Mrs. Fatimah Hasan wanted to cook for lunch

3. Why did she drink a glass of cold tea?

a. Because she was hungry

b. Because she was thirsty

c. Because she went to canteen

d. Because she liked hot tea

4. How did she go home?

a.

b.

by bus

by taxi

c. on foot d. by pedicab

5. What will Mrs. Hasan’s family have for lunch?

a. Some meat and fish

b. Some vegetables and eggs

c. Some eggs and meat

d. Some fish and vegetables

Latihan 6

Hendi is an SMP student. He is in the third year now. His father was a worker for an electronic manufacturer, but because of the economic crisis, the company went bankrupt. Now his father has no permanent job. Therefore, to support himself, Hendi sells fruits at the bus terminal. He sells fruits after school. He does it until six o’clock in the evening. After selling fruits, he studies at home.

1. What is the text about?

a. Hendi’s school

Hendi’s father

b. Hendi’s part-time job d. Hendi’s fruits

c.

2. What is Hendi’s father?

a. He is a worker for an electronic manufacturer

b. He does not have any permanent job

c. He is a worker in the bus terminal

d. He sells fruits

3. What is Hendi’s part-time job?

a. He is a fruit seller

b. He works for an electronic manufacturer

c. He works in the bus terminal

d. He is an SMP student

4. Why should Hendi support himself?

a. Because his father doesn’t permanent salary

b. Because he wants to work in the company

c. Because he likes selling fruits

d. Because goes to school in the evening

5. “His father was a worker for an electronic

manufacturer

underlined word means?

”.

what does the

a. Employee

c.Employer

b. Producer

d. Customer

Latihan 7

Syafrida likes shopping, but she doesn’t like to shop at the big supermarket in her town. The things are very expensive and she can’t bargain. She likes shopping at the traditional market better because she can bargain to get good things at low prices. She thinks that’s interesting.

Last week, she tried shopping at the new shopping mall. She bought a notebook, an umbrella, a dress, a kilo of oranges and a papaya. They were very expensive and she doesn’t want to do shopping there again.

1. Syafrida likes doing shopping in the traditional market because….

a. She can bargain

b. She doesn’t want to go to the town

c. The things are good

d.

She like shopping

b.

Kinds of games

 

c.

Modern games

d.

Games on the independence day

2. “ She thinks that is interesting underlined word refers to….

” The

a. Shopping in the supermarket

b. Shopping in the traditional market

c. Expensive things

d. Low prices

3. Where did Syafrida do shopping last week?

a. In traditional market c. In the shop

b. In the big super market grocer

d.

In the

4. “…they were very expensive underlined word refers to….

”.

the

a. The shopping malls

b. Things she bought in the shopping mall

c. Things in the traditional market

d. Things she didn’t buy in the shopping mall

Latihan 8

Children all over the world love playing games. There are two kinds of games, traditional games and modern games. Traditional games are those which have been played by children of many generations, since the time of our great grandparents up to our time. Some of the traditional games in our country include playing marbles, hide and seek, skipping and “congklak”.

Some games are usually played for competition on the Independence Day celebration, August 17; they are the sack race, palm tree climbing, and tug-of-war. Those games are very popular in many parts of Indonesia. However, in big cities, traditional games are becoming less popular. Many children in the cities now prefer modern games, such as video games and computer games. But, every year, on the Independence Day celebration, we can still see traditional games.

1. What is the best title for the text?

a. Traditional games

2. On the Independence Day celebration, august 17, people usually play….

a. Traditional games only

b. Both traditional and modern games

c. Modern games only

d. Neither traditional or modern games

3. The following statements are true, except…

a. traditional games are not popular in big cities

b. we can’t see traditional games in big cities

c. tug-of-war is a traditional game

d. modern games are more popular in big cities

4. “…many children in the cities now ”

prefer modern games word means….

the underlined

a.

b.

hate

like better

c. dislike

d. have

5. “…traditional games are those which

have been played by children of many ”

sentence refers to…

generations

the word “those” in the

a. games

c. generations

b. children

d. great

grandparents

Latihan 9

There are a lot of sports we can do for our health. Some sports are expensive and some others are cheap. Golf and tennis are two example of expensive sports. Not all people have enough money to play them. The example of cheap sports are jogging, running and walking.

or

walking without spending any money. Moreover we can do them everywhere and every time we like. These sports are very good for both young and old people. If we do

We

can

do

jogging,

running,

them

regularly,

we

will

feel

fresh

and

healthy.

 

There

are

two

kinds

of sports

according to the number of players. Some sports like football and volleyball are played in teams, while some others like swimming and throwing the javelin are done individually.

1. What is the best title for the text?

c.

a. Kinds of sports Sports for our

health

b. Expensive sports Cheap sports

d.

2. What is the second paragraph about?

3.

a. Kinds of sports Sports for our

b. Expensive sports Cheap sports

c.

health

d.

play them….” The word “them” refers

to….

a. Cheap sports

b. Golf and tennis

c. Running, jogging and walking

d. Football and volleyball

Not

all people have enough money to

4. How will we feel if we run or walk regularly?

a. We will feel weak

b. We will feel tired

c. We will feel healthy

d. We will fell happy

1. Where can we go jogging, running, or walking?

a. Somewhere

c. Anywhere

b. Nowhere

d .whereabout

2. We can do the following sports individually, except….

a.

Aerobic

c. Jogging

b. High jumping d. Basketball

Latihan 10

Good morning ladies and gentleman. This is your tour guide speaking. The ship will be docking in approximately five minutes. Please collect all of your belongings and exit to the right. Before heading to the farmer's market we will gather under the welcome sign for a group photo

1. What should the passengers do before

exiting the ship?

a) Welcome the visitors

time

b) Collect their personal items d) Take a

picture

c) Check the

2. What will happen in five minutes?

A) The ship will arrive at the dock.

B) The passengers will go shopping.

C) The passengers will take photos of the

ship.

D) The market will open.

Latihan 11

I'd like to welcome you all to the fourth annual poet's brunch. In just a few minutes a server will be around to offer you coffee or tea. Please take a moment to fill out your name tag and introduce yourself to the other artists at your table. Lunch will be served at 11:00 am sharp, followed by a reading from last year's prize winner.

1.

How often does this event take place?

A)

monthly

C) four times a year

B)

once a year

D) every four years

2.

What will happen after the brunch?

A)

The people will be served drinks.

B)

An artist will show his paintings.

C)

The guests will introduce themselves.

D)

A poet will read a poem.

Latihan 12

One day Sandra Dewi felt sick in the middle of the English lesson. All of the students did the reading task. Suddenly Sandra Dewi vomited. All other students stopped writing. Mrs. Lidya helped her immediately. The chairman of the class sent for the school’s doctor.

In five minutes the doctor came. He examined her carefully. He examined her eyes. He felt her stomach. He listened to her heartbeat. He measured her blood pressure. Then he took her temperature.

‘I’m afraid he suffers from malaria. Her temperature is very high. That is why she vomited. She has a very bad cough, too. I’ll give her some pills for her malaria, some tablets for her fever and syrup for her cough. She needs a week rest’. Said the doctor.

1

What is the text about?

a.

vomitting

b.

Sandra Dewi’s

 

sickness

 

c.

Sandra Dewi’s

 

task

 

d.

Sandra Dewi’s

 

text

3

One of the following sentence is true according to the text, except

a.

Mrs Lidya was an English teacher

b. The doctor knew her disease

c. The students were helping her

d. The doctor was afraid

5

“…He examined her carefully” The synonym of the

2

What were the students doing when she vomited?

a.

Sitting in

 

the

classroom

 

b.

Writing a

 

task

 

c.

Reading

d. Helping

 

Sandra

Dewi

4

What did the doctor recommend?

a.

She

 

suffered from malaria

 

b. She needed a week rest

c. She needed

 

syrup for her cough

 

d.

She had a

 

very bad cough

6

How many

kinds of

medicines did

underlined word

is…

the doctor give her?

a.

helped

b.

gave

c.

checked

d.

sent

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a. one

b. two

c. three

d. four

Water Transportation

The first steam-powered vessel crossed the Atlantic in 1819. This was the Savannah, an American sailing ship with a steam engine and paddle wheels on each side. Most of the voyage was made under sail. The engine was used only when the wind died down. The voyage was not a great success. It took 29 days. The engine frequently broke down.

Steam power was more reliable than sail. A steamship does not depend on favourable winds, while sailing ships do. If the wind dies down, a steamship goes ahead at full speed, while a sailing ship lies

helpless. Winds blowing the wrong way can slow a steamboat but not stop it.

The use of steel and powerful engines

made it possible to build large ships. Passenger liners became more luxurious. Freight ships of huge capacities and larger warships were built. New types of ships also appeared. The oil tanker, with special tanks built for carrying oil, was designed in the 1870’s. Before that time oil had to be transported in barrels placed aboard ship.

Merchant ships are more important than

ever because more nations are trading with one another. Most of the goods are carried by ships. The merchant fleets are doubled.

But the use of luxury passenger liners declined. Aeroplanes have largely replaced

liners.

Many nations have enlarged their shipbuilding industries. The leading shipbuilding nations today are the United States, Japan, Sweden, Germany, Spain, Great Britain, France, Russia, Denmark and

Italy.

1. The merchant ships are more important than ever. All the answers are right except …. Because ….

(A)

the merchant fleets are doubled

(B)

more nations are trading with one another

(C)

people like merchant fleets

(D)most of the goods are carried by ships

2. The use of luxury passenger liners declined because ….

(A)

going by liner is comfortable

(B)

going by luxury passenger liners costs a small amount of money

(C)

passenger liners are luxurious

(D)aeroplanes

liners

have

largely

replaced

3. The following are ships except ….

(A)

submarine

(C) warrior

(B)

warship

(D) man of war

4. The following are wind except ….

(A)

Torpedo

C) Storm

(B)

Tornado

D) Hurricane

5. Many nations have enlarged their ship building industries. All the answers are right except ….

(A)

Japan

C) Norway

(B)

Denmark

D) Great Britain

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We are all aware that the presence of mass media always is inevitably needed in our today's life. We always need information, entertainment and advertisement. Mass media offers us to help to satisfy the needs. There are various kinds of mass media, two of which are radio and televisions.

ship

communication. Now, it is not only used that

way, but also in many

Aeroplanes, Police Department, Trains, and taxis keep using radios broadcast to know

others ways.

first

Radio

was

used

in

the news, to get information, to have music entertainments or to advertise their products. Almost everywhere we go, we can hear the sound of radio.

How about television ? Some people say that television is better than radio. To some extent, they are right. We can listen its sound and watch the picture on its screen at the same time. Television stations also offer us a great many kinds of programs; new, education, film, music, weather forecasts, quizes, and many others. We can also get live reportation about an important event in some other sides of the world, no matter how far it is from us. It is undertandble if people find it more interesting to have television than radio, or any kinds of mass media, but we should never forget that to many people television still cost too much.

To ours life, the inventions of radio and televisions, with no need to forget other kinds of mass media have given contributions, showns their influences and brought many changes.

Taken from Student's Work Book Paramitra

1. What does mass media offer us ?

(A)

Various kinds of our life's need

(B)

The use of communication ship

(C)

Information, entertainment, and advertisement

(D)

Advertisement and music entertainment only

2. Why is television better than radio ? Because ….

(A)

television cost too expensive to some people

(B)

radio cannot give us information and entertainment

(C)

we can listen it's sound and watch the picture at the same time

(D)

we can't listen watch the programs on television

3. The word "communication" means ….

(A)

the things to be sold

(B)

the exchange of information

(C)

a kind of getting fun

(D)

a kind of having trouble

4. We can hear the sound of radio

The synonym of the underlined word is

(A)

screen

(C)

voice

(B)

size

(D)

hearing

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National Sports

sport

every four years. All Indonesia

national

many different kinds

N

AT

IO

Week

(PON)

is

a

 

festival.

It

is

held

N

the

provinces

of

AL participate

in

the

of sport.
SP

 

The

first

was

held

in

Solo,

September

9

-

12;

only

a

few

cities in

the

event.

 

They

Jakarta,

 

Malang,

Semarang,

 

Solo,

Jogyakarta.

 
 

The

kinds

of

National Sport Week

Central

Java,

on

1948.

At

the

time

Java participated in

were;

Bandung,

Surabaya,

Madiun,

Kediri

and

sports which were were basketball, tennis, swimming,

O

RT

S

W

EE

K

played in the games athletics, football,

games. In fact the world saw that Indonesia which have been independent for three years succeeded to hold The National Sport Week. This success made Indonesia sure to have another National Sports Week.

Finally Indonesia determined to hold National Sports Week in every four years for all provinces in Indonesia. From one National Sports Week to another we always see a growing numbers of athletes and kind of sports.

1. How long did the first PON last ?

(A)

four days

(C)

nine days

(B)

seven days

(D)

twelve days

2. How often are the national sports week (PON) held ?

(A)

once a year

(B)

once in two years

(C)

once in three years

(D)

once in four years

3. What

is the

paragraph?

main

idea of the second

(A)

The kind of sports

(B)

The purpose of PON

(C)

The participants of cities in PON

(D)

National Sports Week are held every four years

4. "It is held every four years" paragraph 1.

The word "IT" refers to ….

badminton and archery. All the athletes and

(A)

athlete

(C)

PON

the committee worked hard

to

run the

(B)

city

(D)

sport

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Travelling by Air

Nowadays people become busier and busier. Some times they have to do some important businesses as in many different towns on the same day. To over come this, we need the fastest means of transportation. The best choice is to travel by air.

Garuda Airlines, Sempati Air, Merpati Nusantara Airlines and Buroq are some of the Indonesian Airlines each offer the best facilities to the passangers.

Travelling by air makes us feel that the world is getting narrower and narrower. We need less time to each teach our destination than to travel on the road.

You have only to buy a ticket first before. If you travel by plane, you can get the ticket in the ticket agencies which are easy to get now.

The worst thing in travelling by air is that the plane can not reach any towns located within short distance. Towns within short distance do not have plane routes. Small towns do not have airports.

1.

The advantage of flying by an aeroplane is ….

(A) Cheaper than going by other land vehicles.

(B) Easy to get any towns located within short distances.

(C) Needing

less

time

to

reach

our

destinations.

 

(D) Easy

to

get

the

airports

in

small

towns.

2.

“The disadvantage

of

going

in

an

aeroplane”

is

the

conclusion

of

paragraph….

(A) two

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(C) four

(B) three

(D) five

03. The word “this” in the third sentences of paragraph one replaces….

(A)

important business

(B)

busier and busier

(C)

many different towns

(D)

the same day

04. The passenger gets the ticket in….

(A)

the plane

(C) Buroq and Merpati

(B)

ticket agencies

(D) business man

Population

Population every where is not static. It is always increasing. This is caused by high birth rate and immigration. The advanced knowledge in medicine has dropped the number of deaths which

in turn helps the growth of population. If the population growth is not con trolled, there will be over population in the world especially in developing countries.

Over population will create problems, lack of food, unemployment and dropped out of school children are some of the population problem. If there of not immediately solved, they may eventually create social problems.

Family planning or birth control is a response to the population growth. The family planning objectives is not only to reduce the population growth but also to establish happy and prosperous families.

Transmigration is another response to the population growth. The government keeps on to encourage people to move, either spontaniously or under the official transmigration programme from densely populated areas or island to the wider open spaces areas or other islands.

1. Paragraph one tells us about….

(A)

Density of populated area

(B)

Transmigration

(A)

Population

(C)

The government programme

(B)

The reason why population in the world is always increasing.

(D)

The population growth

(C)

Over population in the world

(D)

The high birth rate

6. The best title of text is….

2. X: What will happen if the population

(A)

Family planning

 

growth is not controlled ?

(B)

Population

 

Y: ….

(C)

Transmigration

 

(A)

It will be over population in the world.

(D)

Over population

(B)

(C)

The countries will be developed

The number of the death will in crease

7. … population growth

is

one of

the

way to reduce

(D)

The children will drop out from school

the

3. … they may eventually create social problems the underlined word has the some meaning as….

(A) at last/in the end (C) of course

(B) may be

(D) cause

4. The main idea of paragraph two is….

(A)

The effect of over population

(B)

Dropped out of school children

(C)

Social problems

(D)

Family planning

(A)

Family planning

(B)

Over population

(C)

The high birth rate

(D)

The unemployment

8. : How to overcome the growth of the population in Indonesia ?

X

Y

: By using….

(A)

Over population

(B)

Family planning

(C)

The effect of over population

(D)

To move the population to another continent

5. Paragraph 4 four tells us about….

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R A D I O

We are used to listening to the radio. It plays an important part in our daily life. It takes a major news event, like a flight to the moon. We depend very much on radio for news and information as well as for entertainment. Radio has become the constant companion of millions of people. Lost of people own radios.

Radio gives people enjoyment in many ways. The average listener spends about one hour each day with his radio. Sometimes he listens to music, football match, wayang, and sandiwara (a kind of play). Even the grocers, greengrocers, and the barbers spend ten hours each day with their radios. Many people depend on radio for news of what is happening around the world.

Radio was first used to communicate with ship at sea. This is still an important use. Because of radio, ships can keep in touch with one another, and when necessary, call for help. Aeroplanes use radios to keep in touch with ground.

Radio stations can broadcast farther at night-time than they can in daytime because the ionosphere is higher at night than during the day. The sky waves that the station sends out to the earth at a point is farther away from the station than it is in daylight.

A radio broadcasting station is an exciting place. Programmes must be broadcast precisely on schedule. To make this possible, the people who work in the station must be alert and observant. These people are vitally concerned with the people about them, and they may work closely with celebrities and other people who make the news.

1. Radio stations can broadcast

(A)

quickly before the right time

(B)

precisely on schedule

The underlined word means ….

(C)

daily on schedule

(D)

slowly on the right time

(A)

send the message

(B)

sent out by radio

(C)

listen to the radio

(D)

speak near a microphone

5. … the ionosphere is higher at night than during the day.

The underlined word means ….

2. Because of radio, ships can

keep in

touch with one another. The underlined words mean ….

(A)

since

(C)

before

(B)

throughout

(D)

for

(A)

in cooperation with

(B)

to sail along with

(C)

in working together with

(D)

in communication with

3. This is still important use.

6. What is ionosphere ?

 

(A)

the dark cloud in the sky

What part of speech is the underlined

(B)

the white cloud in the blue sky

word ?

(C)

layers of air about 60 to 200 mile

(D)

the blue sky above the equator

(A)

an adverb

(C)

a verb

(B)

an adjective

(D)

a noun

4. How must programmes be broadcast?

7. The celebrity means ….

(A) a famous person

(B) a good person

(C) a clever person

(A)

in a good manner

(D) a kind person

(B)

in a close manner

(C)

in a bad manner

(D)

in a polite manner

8. They may work closely with …

The underlined word means ….

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The Geographical condition of the world

The area of our earth surface is about 500 million square kilometers. It consists of lands and water. How many continents does our earth have ? It has five continents namely .Europe, Asia, America, Africa and Australia. Our earth has also three oceans. They are Hindia, Pacific and Atlantic oceans. European countries usually have four seasons, namely : spring, summer, autumn and winter. In spring it looks green every where because the leaves of the trees begin to grow in this season. But many parts of European countries look more beautiful while the flowers are blooming. In these places the scenes are colorful. In summer it is sunny almost the whole day. Most European people usually get recreation in this season. They like to go to the beaches to enjoy sun bathing, surfing, skiing, swimming and bathing in the sea. In autumn the leaves of the trees fall down to the ground. The scenes are dominated by the dry leaves every where. The wind usually blows hard in this season. Some times the strong wind because any damage. In winter it looks white every where because most of European areas are covered with snow. During this season people there prefer wearing thick clothes like sweaters, coats and jackets because the weather is very cold. Many places especially the highlands, become ski areas. Of course, those situations are very different from the conditions in some Asian countries like Indonesia. Indonesia has only two seasons, the dry and wet seasons. In the dry season it is usually hot the whole day. It comes from April to October, while the wet season comes from October to April. Most parts of Indonesia get rain during the wet or rainy season. But the down pour usually comes in December and January which often causes flood in many parts of Indonesia.

1. How many seasons does. European

(A)

paragraph one (C) paragraph four

countries have ?

(B)

paragraph three five

(D)

paragraph

(A)

one

(C) three

(B)

two

(D) four

2. The main idea of paragraph two is….

(A)

the condition of European countries during the spring

(B)

European countries have four seasons

(C)

During the spring European countries look more beautiful

(D)

The scenes are colorful

3. Which paragraphs tells about the season when people like to have a picnic ?

4.

But the down pour usually comes … (paragraph 6).The under lined word has the same meaning as….

(A)

heavy rain

(C)

flood

(B)

drizzle

(D)

erosion

5.

It

comes

from

April

to

October.

(paragraph 6)

The under lined word refers to….

(A)

Indonesia

(C)

dry season

(B)

season

(D)

wet season

6.

Why does it look white every where in winter ?

(A) Because people wear thick clothes

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(B) Because most of European countries are covered with snow (C) Because the weather is very cold (D) Because many places become ski areas

School begins at seven o’clock in the morning. The students walk to school. Some students go to school by bicycle and some go to school by car or bus. They try to get to school in time. They don’t want to be late because the front gate will be closed at seven o’clock. On Monday morning the students have a flag ceremony. Boys wear white shirt and blue shorts. Girls wear white shirts and blue skirts. Teacher and clerical workers wear grey safari. While the flag is being hoisted, all participants are singing the national anthem, Indonesia Raya. The students are free after the seventh period. Some go home directly and some practice playing basket ball or volley ball.

1. What must the students wear when they have a flag ceremony ?

They must wear ….

(B) in the morning

(D)

on Monday

(A)

blue shorts

(C)white shirts

3.

The students are free after the seventh period.

(B)

grey safari(D) school uniform

The underlined word means persons who … in a school.

 

(A)

work

(C)

teach

2.

The students must come to school …, in order not to be late.

(B)

help

(D)

study

(A) on time

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(C)

at seven

Fishes live in water and have fins which help them to swim. Most fishes have slimy skins covered with scales which are very small and can hardly be seen. Fishes breathe through gills. These look like a comb and lie on each side of the head. Fishes take in water all the time. The water flows in through the mouth, over the gills and out through the sides of the head. When a fish takes in water, it is not drinking but breathing. The gills absorb oxygen from the water.

The body of fish is made up of the head, the trunk and the tail fin.

There are many different kinds of fishes which have many different shapes and colours. Some fishes are long and thin while others are flat and rounded. Most fishes have bodies which are broad at the trunk region and narrow towards the head and tail.

1. What is the function of the fins ?

(A)

For breathing.

(C)For eating.

4. “These look like a comb and lie on each side of the head.” (in paragraph 2)

(B)

For drinking.

(D)For swimming.

The underlined word refers to ….

 

(A)

skins

(C) fishes

2. There are … main parts of the body of the fish.

(B)

fins

(D) gills

(A)

two

(C) five

(B)

three

(D) four

5. What does paragraph two tell us about?

 

(A)

The shape of the fish.

3. What are the differences of fishes ?

(B)

The shape of the gills.

(A)

Their lifes and food.

(C)

The part of the fish body.

(B)

Their sizes and lengths.

(D)

The breathing system of the fish.

(C)

Their shapes and colours.

(D)

Their heads and mouths.

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The trees we see around the school and the park are big and tall. The part under the ground are the roots. The part above the ground is the trunk. On the trunk there are branches. The branches carry leaves. The flowers and the fruits also grow on the branches.

1. The paragraph tells you about ….

2.

(A)

parts of the tree

(B)

parts of the fruit

3.

The roots

mean the parts

of

a plant

 

which ….

 

(C)

parts of the root

 

(A)

take in water from the soil

 

(D)

parts of the seed

 

(B)

protect the flowers while they are in the but stage

What grow on the branches ?

 

(C)

roduce sugars and other carbohydrates

(A)

trunks

(C) roots

(B)

stems

(D) leaves

(D)

anchor the plants in the soil

 

Latihan 22

This is Mr. Haryono’s house. It is big, clean and comfortable. There is a garden in front of the house. There are some plants and flowers in the garden. There is a living room, a dining room, two bathrooms, a kitchen, three bedrooms and a garage. Mr. Haryono has some pets, a dog, a cat, and a parrot. Mr. Haryono takes care of the pets very carefully.

1. Mr. Haryono takes care of the pets very carefully. (Line 5 and 6)

The underlined phrase has the same meaning as ….

2. “There is a living room, a dining room, … and a garage.” (Line 3)

The underlined word means ….

 

(A)

a place for things

(A)

looks after

(C)

protects

 

(B)

a room for a car

(B)

keeps up

(D)

saves

 

(C)

a place for vehicle

(D)

a room for guests

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Djoko Tri Wilarto was very busy last week. He wrote some letters for his parents and friends on Monday. On Tuesday he visited Retu Praditya’s school. He played tennis for two hours there. Retu Praditya is his friend. In the evening he went to the sport shop. He bought a new tennis racket. Then he played tennis again the whole day on Wednesday.

He stayed home in the evening. He was very tired. Then he spoke to his parents on the phone.

On Thursday he watched the football match on television. All the weekend he visited his brother’s badminton club at Jalan Angsana I.

1. When did Djoko Tri Wilarto write the letters?

(D) Last week.

(A)

On Wednesday.

(B)

In the evening

2.

The text tells you about Djoko Tri Wilarto’s … last week.

(C)

On Monday.

(A)

tiredness

(C) activities

3. Why did Djoko go to the sport shop in that evening?

(A)

Retu Praditya asked him to.

(B)

school

(D) phone

(B)

His brother wanted to meet him there.

(C)

He wanted

to

buy

a new tennis

racket.

(D)

He saw his friend working there.

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A Newspaper

A newspaper is a paper printed and sold to the public usually daily or weekly. It contains news, notices, advertisements, etc.

A large daily newspaper contains a variety of information. It gives information about foreign, national, and local affairs. Newspaper writers report developments in sports, society, finance, science, religion, education, and agriculture.

The editor is a person who is responsible for the publishing of the newspaper. He decides what should be printed, corrects mistakes, and decides how the material should be arranged. A newspaper editor sometimes writes articles which are called editorials. He gives his opinion about the news in the editorial.

The news department gathers and edits the news. The head of the news department is the managing editor. Under him are the city editor, news editor, telegraph or wire editor and chiefs of the various departments or sections.

The main source of income for most newspaper is commercial advertising. Therefore, advertising usually fills about 50 up to 70 percent of a newspapers space.

1. The text above tells us about ….

(D) publishes a newspaper

(A)

the price of a newspaper

 

(B)

the editor of a newspaper

3. From the text above we know that the editor’s work is ….

(C)

the

importance

of

a

newspaper for people

 

(A) easy

(D)

the contents and other things related to a newspaper

 

(B)

not easy

 

(C)

unimportant

(D)

not complicated

2. An editor …. (A)only edits the news

(B)sometimes writes about his opinions

(C) works in the city department

4. “A large daily newspaper

contains

a

variety of information” (paragraph 2).

The underlined word means ….

(A) similar

number

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(C)

a

small

(B) unique

(D) many kinds

The world is divided into two main parts. The difference is that one part is rich and the other is poor. In the poor part, a lot of people never get enough food to eat. In the rich part a lot of people eat too much. In one part, children starve and in the other, a lot of people get fatter and fatter and have to go on diets, or do special exercise in order to lose weight. The poorer countries are called “the developing countries. They have special problems. Sometimes the land is too poor to grow anything on. The land can be improved but a lot of things must be done first. New farming method must be introduced. The people must be educated. Water must be found.

1. What does the second paragraph talk about?

(A)The new farming method.

(B)The growth of the poorer countries.

(D) There are

a

lot

of people in

the rich country who eat too much.

3. What is the land in poor countries like?

(C) The developing countries and their land.

(A)Interesting

(C) Infertile

(B)Special

(D) Expensive

(D) The

problems

countries.

of

the

developing

2. Which statement is not right according to the text?

(A)

The poorer countries need no new farming method.

(B)

A lot of people suffer from lack of food.

(C)

Many

fat

people in

the rich

country have to lose weight.

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4. “The land can be improved but a lot of things …” (paragraph 2)

What does the underlined phrase mean?

(A)A few

(C) Some

(B)Many

(D)Several

Since 1978 the Government of the Republic of Indonesia has been working to conserve endangered and other species of wildlife in captivity. It works together with international

agencies, government organizations, and other institutions. The breeding of wildlife is to maintain their existence and to keep them from extinction.

The breeding of Sumatran rhinos is at Torgamba area, and the Komodo dragon is successfully bred in Surabaya Zoo. Since 1979 the zoo has produced at least 40 animals. The zoo has also been successful in breeding the Bawean deer. Some of the zoo-bred animals have been distributed to other zoos and released to their wild habitats.

Two species of non-protected marine turtle are hawksbill and green turtle. This is done to solve and to control the problem of their eggs consumed by local people. The hatcheries are developed in Bali and in West Java.

1. When did the government of Indonesia start conserving wildlife?

(A) In 1981 (B) In 1980

(C) In 1979 (D)In 1978

2. The last paragraph is about ….

(A) the

joint

efforts

to

endangered wildlife

(B) the

successful

Komodo dragon

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breeding

conserve

of

the

(C) the successful breeding of Bawean

deer in the zoo (D) the measures taken to prevent hawksbill green turtle from extinction

3.

What

conserve?

wildlife

does

our

Government

(A) Domestic animals (B) Organisms found in the sea

(C) All the mamalian species

(D) Endangered

and

other

species

wildlife

of

A forest is an area that is full of trees. We can find in the islands of Indonesia. They spread along the islands of Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Irian and other islands in Indonesia. They are very important for our lives. Forests give us many kinds of export commodities such as timber, rattans, as well as rubber. Forests also protect us from danger of floods. In the rainy season the roots of the trees in the forest absorb the rain water and store it under the ground. In the dry season the water will come out and it is very useful for us for reservoir and irrigation. If there are no forests, the rain water cannot be stored, there will be erosion of the soil and we will suffer from terrible floods.

Forests also help us to purify the air of pollution. The trees of the forests need carbon dioxide from the air and send the oxygen out into the air, which make the air fresh and pure. The fresh and pure air is needed for our health.

We can also find many kinds of fauna and flora in the forests. Animals and plants need forests to live. To ensure the continued existed of the animal and plants in the forest, we have to protect it from destruction. Realizing that the forest gives us a lot of important things, we should keep our forest safe. Our forest is our environment.

1.

Which paragraph tells us that forest can

(A)

paragraph 1

(C)paragraph 3

be

a

source

of income for the

(B)

paragraph 2

(D)paragraph 4

government?

2. We must protect our forests from the destruction because ….

(A)

we can

find

a

lot

of

trees in

the

forests

(B)

they spread along the islands

in

Indonesia

(C)

they are very important for our lives

(D)

we can find many kinds of fauna in the forest

(B)

to cause erosions on the ground

(C)

to store water before it is supplied to people

(D)

to absorb and reserve the rain under the ground

4. ‘They spread along the islands of Sumatra …’ (paragraph 1)

What does ‘they’ refer to?

3. The function of the roots of the trees is

(A)

The trees

(C)

The forests

….

(B)

The islands

(D)

The people

(A) to make the air fresh and pure

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WORKING IN A HOTEL

Hotels provide jobs for thousands of young people. They find that working in a hotel is an interesting job because they can meet people from many different parts of the world. Bellboys and maidservants usually receive tips from hotel guests. A tip shows that the guest is pleased with the service. Not everybody who works in a hotel meets the hotel guests. Many of the important people in the hotel industry are people who the guests never meet. The chef, for example, who chooses and prepares the meals, is a person whom most of the hotel guest will never meet. A person who goes to the market everyday and buys fresh fruit, fish, meat and vegetables for the hotel will never meet the guests. And there are many other important people who will never meet the guests. Another type of work in the hotel industry is to sell accommodation to travel companies and airlines who bring tourists. A person who does this job is not a waitress or receptionist. There are many different types of work in the hotel industry which make hotel work interesting.

1. Who

usually

guests?

gets

a

tip

from

hotel

(A)

chef

(C)receptionist

 

(B)

maid servant

(D)waitress

(A)

Bellboy

(C)Receptionist

(B)

Tourist

(D)Waitress

2. The second paragraph tells us that

(A)

hotels offer young people interesting jobs

(B)

there are several type of work in a hotel

(C)

hotels provide good salary for young people

(D)

the important people in a hotel

4. “Another

hotel

industry is to sell accommodation to travel companies” (paragraph 3).

type

of

work

in

the

The underlined word means

(A) rooms to stay in

(B)

places to work in

(C)

rooms to share

(D)

services to offer

3. A hotel guest must meet the

5.

Why do young people find hotel work

(C)

The hotel work is very profitable

interesting ?

(D)

The hotel guests usually give tips

(A)

They can earn a lot of money

(B)

They can meet different people

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COMPUTERS

Computers are machines that handle information automatically. They can perform calculation and process data. Computers can work with numbers to solve problems in a few seconds. Computers can remember a great deal of information and make practically no mistakes. That is why computers are widely used in places such as banks, offices and companies. Computers work like calculators. But most calculators can do only one thing at a time. We tell them what to do by pressing various buttons. To do the same work, we can give a series of instructions to a computer. We call this a computer program. If we set up a program, the computers can provide other information, such as a list, number, letters, words or even graphs or pictures. Once we provide a program, the computers can do all this work automatically without further help or instruction.

A computers stores and handles numbers. The numbers may be mathematical formulas or columns of figures. The numbers may also be codes that stand for letters of the alphabet, word or instructions to the computers.

1. According to the text, what is computer for ?

(D) how to set up the programme

(A)

Giving us code

(B)

Making us happy

4.

They can perform calculation.

(C)

Typing without mistakes

(D)

Handling information

“perform” means to

 

(A)

inform

(C)

tell

2. What does computer store or handle ?

(B)

do

(D)

write

(A)

Letters

(C)

Pictures

(B)

Numbers

(D)

Screen

3. Paragraph 2 tells us about

(A)

how computer works

(B)

what computer can do

(C)

how to give instructions

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5. Computers need

to operate it

(A)

gas

(C)

machine

(B)

electricity

(D)

petrol

TRANSPORTATION

There are a lot of transportation nowadays : the modern ones, the traditional ones, the big ones, and the small ones. All of them play important roles for the people.

The workers and the students can some on time to their offices and schools by public transportation, their own cars, buses, city transport taxis, or motor-cycles. The house-wives who do some shopping can carry their goods by becak, taxis or andong (cart pulled by a horse). The business man can travel to do his business or attend the meeting in a long distance by aeroplane or trains.

The ships carry either products for export and import or passengers. The trucks or lories and the van carry the goods from the ships, factories, the farms, or ranch to the market. In small villages people use a horse or canoe to carry the crops or other goods. So you can see how important the transportation is.

The transportation makes traffic and the heavy traffic can cause accidents. Traffic means everything and every body using the roads. So it includes not only kinds of transportation but also the pedestrian.

Here is some advice to avoid accidents:

1. The availability of the traffic and the roads should be in balance.

2. The drivers should obey the traffic regulations.

3. The road should be improved.

1. How can the students come on time to their schools ?

(A)

By air transportation.

(B)

By modern transportation.

(C)

By public transportation.

(D)

By traditional transportation.

2. What does ‘traffic’ mean ?

(A)

Kinds of transportation.

(B)

Everyone who uses the roads.

(C)

Everything which uses the roads.

(D)

Everything and everyone that use the roads.

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3. The word ‘pedestrian’ (paragraph 4 line 3) means a person who

(A)

is crossing the road

(B)

lives in the village

(C)

is walking on the road

(D)

obeys the traffic regulation

4. The main idea of paragraph 2 is

(A)

some kinds of transportation

(B)

housewife to do shopping

(C)

workers to go to offices

(D)

planes for businessmen

5. Who issued the traffic regulation ?

(A)

drivers

(C)

pedestrian

(B)

policemen (D) government