Minggu, 30 Maret 2014



Marie Curie 1………… in Poland. She worked in France with his husband Pierre. She 2 …………… Radium and how to measure raddio activity there. Scientist were sceptical 3 …….. but finally she convinced them. Then she worked on medical uses of radium in cancer therapy. She died of leukimia, as the result of working with radiation in 1934.
1.      a.  was born                    c.   gave birth
      b.  had born                    d.   had birth

2.      a.  found                         c.   discovered
b.  met                            d.  discorer

3.      a.  at first                                    c.   formerly
b.  once                           d.   lately

Mount Galunggung is an active volcanoe.  . .4. .  is erupting several times.  First, Mount Galunggung erupted in 1889.  Hundred of villagers were destroyed by the eruptions.  Many people evacuated to . .5. .  the calamity.

A.    It
B.     They
C.     You
D.    We
A.    see
B.     stop
C.     avoid
D.    change

Our school has a big library. It is located between the English laboratory and the school hall. It has two floors. You can read a lot of magazines and newspapers on the ground floor and of you go upstairs you can find many kinds of text books. We can …. (6) as many books as we want to and bring them home for a few days.
The … (7) is very kind. Her name is Mrs. Anis. She helps everybody patiently. She can help o look for the catalogue of books we want to find. Of course, we have to show our membership card first to her.

A.  borrow
B.  book
C.  buy
D.  beg

A.  librarian
B.  teacher
C.  student
D.  principal

Judy Parker is twenty-two.  _____ (8) is medical student. Judy is intelligent and very pretty, with a good sense of humor and also a nice woman. Her boy friend, named Sam Watson. Sam is twenty-seven. He ______ (9) in a bank as assistant manager. He is good looking, but he is not a very nice man.
Judy loves Sam very much. Sam loves money, good food, alcoholic drinks, traveling, and beautiful women. He has a unique hobby, collecting _____ ____  (10). He thinks that the older the cars the prettier they are. 

8. Complete the sentence using suitable pronoun.
A.  He
B.  She
C.  They
D.  We

9. Complete the sentence using correct verb.
A.  working
B.  worked
C.  works
D.  work

10. Complete the sentence using noun phrase.
A.  old cars
B.  old women
C.  pretty girls
D.  pretty cars

Albert Einstein was born in 1879 in Germany. He _11_ from the University of Zurich in Switzerland in 1905. In 1905 he also did some of his _12_ work in physics. In 1919 he won the Noble Prize for Physics.
Between 1919 and 1933 he lived in Germany and traveled a lot to _13_ to other scientists. Then, in 1933 he had to leave Germany _14_ of Hitler and the Nazi Party. He moved to United States from 1933 until his death. He lived in Prince town, New Jersey. He died on 18th April 1955.
11. A. graduates
  1. has graduated
  2. graduated
  3. was graduating
12. a. famous
  1. humorous
  2. dangerous
  3. hazardous
13. A. agree
  1. begin
  2. teach
  3. talk
A.    after
B.     because
C.     cause
D.    before


Tomatoes can make the face skin to be soft especially old red colored ones because they have many vitamins. Direction : Tomatoes water  1 ………. And then applied on the face everyday, or the tomato can be 2……………. And rubbed to the face.

1.      a.  is pressed       c.   is drank
b.  is stepped       d.   is eaten

2.      a.  chopped         c.   grinded
          b.  sliced                        d.   broke


Once there was an ant who lived with his colony under the ground. He liked not only cheating his friends but also being careless. His parents always 1 ………. Him but he didn’t care about it. One day he was very hungry and came to a little house there was a plate of delicious chocolate cake and ate it 2 …….. although he was so full, he still wanted to tasted a glass of sweet orange juice near the cake. But the juice was too deep to drink and the surface was slippery. Poor ant, he fell down into the juice and time by time the juice sank him down.

1.      a.  agreed with    c.   promoted
b.  warned           d. said

2.      a.  good               c.   silently
b.  well                d.  hungrily


Once there was a woman who longed for a child. An old woman told her to saw a magic seed in a pot. Soon, a flower (1) … in the pot and the woman found a girl inside it. She was as tiny as a thumb and so she was called Thumbelina.
Thumbelina was too small to (2) … in a proper bed. So the woman made her a bed out of a walnut shell. One night, a wind blew Thumbelina into the lily pond below. She woke up to find two toads looking at her. She screamed in fear. A butterfly helped her to escape.
The butterfly dropped her at the foot of a large tree. There, Thumbelina (3) … a kind old mouse who told her to come and live with her. One day an old mole saw Thumbelina and wanted to marry her.
Thumbelina went to see the mole’s home. It was cold and dark. In mole’s house Thumbelina met Swallow who was hurt. She looked after him till he got well. “I don’t want to marry the mole,” said Thumbelina.
“Then come away with me to the lovely land of summer”, said the Swallow. He took Thumbelina to a beautiful valley of flowers. Then, she saw little people just like her.
The tiny people took her to meet their prince. He married her and lived happily ever after.

1.   a.    bloomed
      b.   withered
a.       planned
b.       grow

2.   a.    sleep
      b.   sleeping
a.       slept
b.       sleeps

3.   a.    looked
      b.   saw
a.       found
b.       met
Once upon a time there was a prince. He was good looking and very rich. He lived in a …(4) castle together with his staffs and servants. One day a fairy …(5) cast a spell and caused him turn into a beast. Belle who stayed in the castle could change his attitudes. Then, they fell in love each other. Right after she …(6) her love for him, the spell was broken. The Beast and his servants became human again. Then, the Beast and Belle got married and lived happily ever after.

4. a. beautiful               c. strong
    b. luxurious             d. huge

5. a. cast                      c. gave
    b. took                     d. swore

6. a. mentioned           c. declared
    b. captured              d. informed

Bombers’ evil work
Security was tight in Bali on Sunday as police investigated three bomb attacks that(1) … at least 23 people and injured more than 100, according to police.
The attacks are believed to be perpetrated by suicide bombers and police have found three dismembered heads, which are suspected to be the remains of the bombers.                                                                                                          (The Jakarta Post, October 3, 2005)
a.    kill
b.    killed
c.    are killing                  
d.    were killing

It was Sunday morning, December 26th 2004. The day that I would . .2. .  forget forever. We went to the beach in Meulaboh, Aceh. Many people were there when I arrived.
When we were enjoying  the beautiful sun rise, suddenly we  were shocked by a violent shake in the ground.  Every body in the beach was  . .3. .

A.    always
B.     never
C.     often
D.    usually
A.    frightened
B.     worried
C.     surprised
D.    panic

46. Last Sunday I (4) ....... up very late. I looked out of the window. It was dark (5) ....... very
silent outside. “What a day!” I thought. “It was raining again”. Just then, the telephone rang. It
was my aunt Lucy. She asked (
6) ....... if I was fine.
a. Get
b. Got
c. Gotten
d. Getting

 a. But
b. Or
c. And
d. If

a. Mine
b. My
c. Me
d. I

I think my first memories began when I started school at about five years old. I lived in a suburb of Sydney. I had a happy childhood. I remember playing in a big garden. I … (7) from a big tree and broke my hand. I remember I had a … (8) friend named Giant-O, because he was fat. He liked hitting and pulling my head. It was so pathetic. One day I hit him over the head with my bag. His parents were very angry with me. But I didn’t sorry at all at that time. Nevertheless, since then Giant-O has become my good friend. It was such an … (9) childhood.

A.   fall
B.   fell
C.   feel
D.   felt

A.   good
B.   kind
C.   naughty
D.   selfish

A.   unforgettable
B.   embarrassing
C.   unbelievable
D.   enjoyable


Plants are living beings. They … (1)food, water, and air for survival.
            Plants derive their food from the earth and the air. If you look at their roots, you will find that the ends of these … (2) are like the fibers. We call them root-hairs. They … (3) water and minerals, then transport them upwards to the leaves through the trunk and branches. It is the leaves which prepare the food.

  1. A. need                      
B. make
C. bring
D. spend

  1. A. fruits
B. branches
C. leaves
D. roots

  1. A. produce
B. burn
C. absorb
D. save

The piano is a musical instrument which is played by means of a keyboard. Widely used in Western music for solo performances (4), ensemble use, chamber music, and accompaniment, the piano is also very popular as an aid to composing and rehearsal.
Pressing a key on the piano's keyboard causes a felt covered hammer to strike (5) steel strings. The hammers rebound, allowing the strings to continue vibrating at their resonant (6) frequency. These vibrations are transmitted through a bridge to a sounding board that couples the acoustic energy to the air so that it can be heard as sound.

.     4.         A.   plays            
                  B.   shows          
                  C.   stages
                  D.   exhibitions

      5.         A.   beat             
              B.   switch          
              C.   pull
              D.   crack

      6.         A. soft                
            B.   audible         
            C.   echoing
            D.   smooth

A hotel is the home of the guests and tourist when they are away from home. The first …….. (7)  for the guests have of a hotel is the doorman and the bellboy at the door and the clerks at the front desk who greet them. The guest often forms their opinions of the hotel by the reception they …….(8)The guest are usually happy if ……..(9) feel welcome and can get to their rooms quickly.

7.                     a. Decision                       c. Definition
                        b. Impression                   d. Relation

8.                     a. Receive                       c. Deceive
                     b. Refuse                         d. give

9.                     a. Them                         c. They
                     b. Their                        d. our

Scientists ... (10) that increase in these gases in the atmosphere will make the Earth a warmer place. They expect a global rise in the average temperature of 1.4. to 8 Celsius degrees (2.5 to 10.4 Fahrenheit degrees) in the next century. The average ... (11) has in fact been rising. The 1990s were the warmest decade on record, and 2005 was the warmest year on record. Some scientists are reluctant to say that global warming has actually begun because climate ... (12) varies from year to year and decade to decade, and it takes many years of records to be sure of a fundamental change. There is little disagreement, though, that global warming is on its way.
10. A. hope
      B. think
      C. expect
      D. predict
11. A. climate
      B. weather
      C. temperature
      D. atmosphere

12. A. absolutely
      B. naturally
      C. totally
      D. extremely

School (13) ………. at seven o’clock in the morning. Many 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 (14) ………. will be closed.
The students go to school from Monday to Saturday(
15) ………. on holiday. If one student is ill, his/her father or mother should (16) ……. a note to the headmaster telling him that his son or daughter is absent. This is one of the school rules.
On Monday morning the students have a (
17) ………… . It is attended both teachers and students. While the red and white flag is being hoisted all participants are singing national (18) ………..
13.       A, begins
            B. stops
            C. closes
            D. opens
            E. ends

14.       A. Gate
             B. office
            C. garden
            D. Lavatory
            E. parking area

15.       A. Except
            B. expect
            C. included
            D. if not
            E. unless

16.       A. write
            B. call
            C. ask
            D. Buy
            E. sell

17.       A. singing contest
            B. open ceremony
            C. flag ceremony
            D. flag party
            E. religious ceremony

18.       A,. teacher
            B. students
            C. Anthem
            D. history
            E. hero

The piano is a musical instrument which is played by means of a keyboard. Widely used in western music for solo performences, ensemble use, chamber music, and accompaniment, the piano is also very ..(19)..as an aid to composing and rehearsal.
Pressing a key on the piano’s keyboard causes a felt covered hammer to strike..(20)... The hammer rebound, allowing the strings to continue vibrating at their resonant frequency. This vibrations are transmited trought a bridge to a sounding board that couples the acoustic energyto the air so that it can be heard a sound. 
19.A. popular
      B. interesting
      C. attractive
      D. important
20.A.  keyboard
      B. steel strings
      C. beat bank
      D. tone bank


Yellow bird flew away from its ... ( 1 ). My son had …. ( 2 ) it. If ...( 3 ) find it
Please contact 385344. Prize for returning

1. A. house      B. cage                        C. stall             D. stable

2. A. released  B. thrown        C. taken           D. died

3. A. nobody   B. anywhere    C. anything     D. anybody


To introduce prospective students to the elements of successful academic writing and communication. (1) … have three levels of Academic writing courses: Novice-High program, Foundations and Advanced. A score from the institutional or international TOEFL is required.

Course length
The 32-hour course will (2) …for 8 weeks.

Class Size
A minimum of 8 students must (3) … before a course can be held. EAS will limit the size of the class no more than 12 students (foundation & advanced) and 16 students (Novice & Academic communication) (4) ….so that all students will have a quality learning experience.

Registration will be accepted on a “first-come-first-serve” basis.
Detail information please (5) …: 345-2024

1.   a.  I     
      b.  we      
      c.  you             
      d.  they

2.   a.   run       
      b.  work   
      c.  get            
      d.  have

3.     a.  enroll  
        b.  come     
        c.  study         
        d.  stay

4.   a.  because  
      b.  so that    
      c.  moreover     
      d.  however

5.   a.  register  
      b.  talk       
      c.  read         
      d.  contact

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