Minggu, 30 Maret 2014



Dear Reza,
How are you today? I hope you are fine.
I've just got your letter, and I write you back hurriedly. Okay Reza, I will help you to tell about “How to send message using your new HP, so you can use it quickly.
Actually, it is not difficult. Follow these instructions:
Choose the message menu at first, and then write the message. After that, click the word “send” and the HP will show you the phone number. Search the phone number that you want to send your message, and finally just click “OK”.
It's very easy, right? But if you still find difficulty please contact me again.
Good luck!

1. What did Arman write the letter for?
a. To ask Reza if she's fine
b. To tell Reza if he's just got a letter
c. To tell Reza about how to send message
d. To tell Reza that sending message is not very difficult

2. For sending message, what should Reza do first?
a. Choose the message menu
b. Click the word send
c. Search the phone number and click OK
d. Choose the message menu and write the message

3. Who wrote the letter? ..... did.
a. Reza
b. Arman
c. Arman's brother
d. Reza's sister

4. The statements below are true, except .....
a. Reza has a new handphone
b. Arman can use HP for sms
c. Reza can't send message using his new HP
d. Reza ca send message using his new HP

5. The word .... in the text above means “at last”
a. First
b. Second
c. Third
d. Finally

6.     Arman : Is this new handphone yours?
        Reza    : Yes, my daddy bought it last week as my birthday gift.
        Arman : Do your parents always buy you birthday gift every year?
        Reza    : Sure. They do love me, you know.
       Arman  : ........My parents dom't buy me anything in my birthday.
                     It doesn't mean that they do not love me, but they are not rich like your parents.

a. What a pity you are
b. How lucky you are
c. How lazy you are
d. What a jealous parents they are
Text 1
My New Friends

Last month I attended an international conference in New York organized by UNESCO. I met lots of people from different countries there, and I made friends with Pierre Chevalier, Kevin Smith, and Mei Ling.
Pierre is from Marseille, France. He is a doctor and is in his late forties. He looks rather thin; perhaps because he is vary tall. He must be over 1.80 m. his neatly trimmed beard is the first thing you would notice about him. When we were together, he was always cheerful, and he made us laugh a lot.
Next is Kevin Smith. Kevin is a thirty-five-year-old lecturer from Washington D.C. he is not tall for an African-American, just about 1.70m, I guess; and he is of medium build. I like his curly black hair and thin moustache. Kevin showed us the sights of New York during a tour of the city. He was very helpful and never got tired of answering our questions about the Big Apple.

6.    Who attended the international conference in New York?
A.    the writer
B.    Pierre Chevalier
C.    Kevin Smith
D.    Mei Ling
E.    All of them

7.    Which of  the followings is not true about Pierre?
A.    He is very young
B.    He is very tall
C.    He has neatly trimmed beard
D.    He is cheerful
E.    He made people around him laugh

8.    Which of the following statements is true according to the passage?
A.    Kevin is younger than Pierre
B.    Kevin is not taller than Pierre
C.    Kevin has black hair
D.    Kevin is a doctor  
E.    Kevin explained the Big Apple during the tour 

Text 2

    Scorpions, like spiders, are not insects. They have eight legs and are termed as “arachnids”. They are found only in certain countries. They have big claws by which they catch their prey. Scorpions have long, thin tails with a poisonous sting at the end.
    Very few scorpions are poisonous enough to kill a person, but their stings can be extremely painful. Some people think that the big black scorpions are very dangerous. This is not true. The most dangerous species are the pale yellow scorpions found in the deserts.
    Scorpions live in hot, tropical countries. During the day they hide under rocks, fallen trees, in holes in the ground and other dark places. At night, they came out to catch their prey. When the sun rises, they return to their shelter.
    The diet of scorpions consist of grasshoppers, beetles, crickets, cockroach, moths and other insect as well as spiders and other smaller creatures.
    One special feature about the scorpions is that, the mother scorpions carries her babies on her back until they are big enough to live on their own.

9.    The first paragraph tells us about
A.    the difference between scorpions and spiders
B.    insects which have eight legs
C.    how scorpions catch their prey
D.    what the scorpions are 
E.    scorpions’ poisonous tail

10.    The passage above mentions that scorpions catch their prey by their 
A.    claws
B.    stings
C.    tails
D.    legs
E.    “ arachnids”

11.    Which is the most dangerous scorpion?
A.    black scorpion
B.    big black scorpion
C.    pale yellow scorpions
D.    tropical scorpion
E.    poisonous scorpion 

12.    “This is not true “(line 6). What does “this” refer to?
A.    Very few scorpions are poisonous enough to kill a person 
B.    Their stings can be extremely painful
C.    Some people think that the big black scorpions are very dangerous 
D.    Scorpions have long, thin tails with a poisonous sting
E.    The pale yellow scorpions found in the deserts.

13.    When do scorpions hunt for their food?
A.    During the day
B.    At night
C.    When the sun rises
D.    When they hide under rocks
E.    in hot season

14.    According to the passage, scorpions eat the followings, except
A.    grasshoppers
B.    beetles
C.    crickets
D.    spiders
E.    other creatures 

A well known tourist centre in Indonesia lies east of Java across the shallow Bali strait. A ferry runs between Banyuwangi in East Java and Gilimanuk in Bali.
There is chain of volcanoes from west to east in this island. Some of these volcanoes are mount Agung, mount Batur, mount Kau, and +mount Bakungan. Mount Agung (3,142 m) is the highest of all. Most rivers flow to the south from the central, mountains.
Bali has the same climates, fauna and flora as Java. There are tigers in the west and in most part of Bali there are a large number of deer and pigs. It rains a lot in Bali and many kinds of plants and trees can grow there. Farmers work on their land. There is a good irrigation system in Bali. People call this irrigation system “Subak”.   

15.    Where does Bali lie?
A.    It lies east of Java
B.    It lies across the Bali strait
C.    It lies in the centre of Indonesia
D.    It lies in Indonesia
E.    It lies in the west of Java

16.    How can the tourists get to Gilimanuk from Banyuwangi?
A.    by car
B.    by bus
C.    by plane
D.    by train
E.    by ferry

17.    The passage implies that the fauna and flora in Bali
A.    are the same as those in Java
B.    are different from those in Java
C.     are tigers, pigs and deer
D.    derived from Java
E.    move to Java

18.    According to the passage, what is meant by “Subak”?
A.    The farmers in Bali
B.    The irrigation system in Bali
C.    The irrigation system in Bali and East Java
D.    The kinds of plants and trees in Bali
E.    The centre of Hindu Religion in Bali

19.    In what way does Bali have the same climate as that of Java?
A.    A lot of plants and trees grow in Bali
B.    It rains much in Bali
C.    Many beautiful country side found in Bali
D.    Many tourists visit Bali
E.    Bali lies in east of Java

15.    It is indicated in the passage that mount Agung is ………….
A.    the only mountain in Bali
B.    the highest volcano in Bali
C.    not as bid as mount Batur
D.    a chain of volcanoes in Bali
E.    where the rivers flow

16.    Shinta is from Yogyakarta. She is beautiful. Her hair hangs loose around her shoulders. I like to be with her although she is talkative. 
The underlined word means
A.    say in word
B.    speak thing
C.    say thing
D.    doesn’t talk much
E.    fond of talking

17.    She always ………… her clothes on Mondays. 
A.    wash
B.    to wash
C.    washing
D.    washes
E.    Washed

18.    Mr. Sartono always goes to his office early in the morning so he …….. comes late.
A.    never
B.    sometimes
C.    always
D.    often
E.    Occasionally

19.    According to the witness, the robber has got flat nose, curly hair, and long chin.
The sentence above describes someone’s……..
A.    attitudes
B.    appearances
C.    personalities
D.    habits
E.    Hobbies

20.    Our teacher is not only nice but he is also very kind hearted. We all admire his 
A.    appearance
B.    beauty
C.    personalities
D.    kindness
E.    Habits

21.    My parents have bought a new house with four bedrooms. 
We can also say:
My parents have bought a new …………….
A.    a new four-bedrooms house
B.    a new four-bedroom houses
C.    a new four-bedroom house
D.    new four-bedrooms houses
E.    new four bedroom houses

22.    Every day my father walks to work and ….. home by bus.
A.    come
B.    comes
C.    went
D.    go
E.    is going

23.    The villagers make bags and …….. them at the market.
A.    sell
B.    sells
C.    to sell
D.    sold
E.    are selling
24.    We are really in need of money so we ……….. our car.
A.    bought
B.    caught
C.    sought
D.    sold
E.    Spent

25.    Some students weren’t able to come because they ……..  very busy
A.    are
B.    was
C.    were
D.    have
E.    had

26.    We didn’t invite her to the party, so she ……. 
A.    isn’t come
B.    wasn’t come
C.    doesn’t came
D.    didn’t come
E.    hasn’t come

27.    They were very nervous as the plane took off because they ……. Before.
A.    never fly
B.    never flew
C.    had never flown
D.    were never flying
E.    have never flow 

28.    Tina: What do you think of the program with Japanese OISCA students?
Wira: ………. they are interesting.
A.    I don’t know
B.    I don’t care
C.    You are right
D.    In my opinion
E.    Yes, I agree

29.    Susan: Do you agree that studying English is very important for us?
         Sunie: …………. It is very useful for our future.
A.    No, I don’t agree
B.    Yes, I agree with you
C.    Yes, it is right
D.    No, it is not important
E.    It doesn’t matter

30.    “…………………… to prepare the English test last night?
A.    Did you had time
B.    Did you have time
C.    Do you have time
D.    Do you had time
E.    Have you had

Answer these questions in complete sentences.

31.    Tell us about your father or mother. What does he/she look like? 

32.    What do you know about “Sangkuriang”? Write a good paragraph about him.

33.    a. What are most houses around the city in Indonesia made of?
         b. Where do many people stay in the past? 
         c. What is a type of luxury apartment called? 

34.    Write a description of your own!
a. My name is ………………..
b. ………………………………years ………
c. …………………………………. tall
d. My hair…………………………………
e. I have ………………………………….
f. My eyes……………………………….
g. My cheeks……………………………..

Wise Water Laundry

- Choose one that has a high water efficiency rating, when purchasing a washing machine.
- Choose a front loading washing machine which uses up to 60 percent less water, 30 percent less
energy and 50 percent less detergent compared to top loading machine.
- Delay washing until you have a full load of clothes.
- Limit detergent use and choose environmentally friendly, bio-degradable, phosphorus free
(Sources: www. epa.qld.gov.au)

35. “Choose one that has a high water efficiency rating when purchasing a washing machine.”
(sentence 1)
The underlined word means ......
a. Selecting
b. Operating
c. Buying
d. Using

36. To reduce the use of water when laundering we can do the following, except .....
a. Delay washing until we have full load of clothes
b. Choose washing machine which uses less detergent.
c. Wash whenever we have dirty clothes.
d. Choose a washing machine with high water efficiency rating

37. When laundering, we must choose the detergent which is .....
a. Friendly
b. Phosphorus
c. Bio-degradable
d. Limited

38. From the text above we know that a front loading washing machine is ..... than a top loading
a. Cheaper
b. More energy
c. More expensive
d. More efficient

39. To be efficient in using water, we must ….
a. Use a top loading washing machine
b. Purchase a washing machine
c. Only use phosphorus detergent
d. Wait until we have full load to wash the clothes.

Southern Queensland is home of the Crocodile Hunter and Australia Zoo, made famous by global
documentaries and antics of Steve and Terry Irwin.
On the way to Australia Zoo you’ll view the majestic Glasshouse Mountains bordered by Pine
Forests and Pineapple Plantation.
Today you will have time to really experience the best of Australia Zoo, set over 70 acres of natural
bush land. Spend 6 hours taking in the many shows, talks, and demonstrations, including crocodile
feeding, tigers, birds of prey show and snake handling. Throughout the day you’ll have the
opportunity to get up real close with a few of the locals! Don’t forget to give the awesome elephants
an apple or two or talk to the cute wombat called Megs.
Includes: Entry to Australia Zoo, all shows and attractions, commentary and touring.

40. The text above tells us about …..
a. The crocodile Hunter
b. The tourist’s attraction in Southern Queensland
c. Australia Zoo
d. Global documentaries

41. The tourist can see …. on their way to the zoo.
a. Glasshouse Mountain
b. Pine Forest
c. Pineapple Plantation
d. Crocodile Hunter

42. The visitors of the Australia Zoo usually gives the elephants …..
a. Peanuts
b. Potatoes
c. Apples
d. Pineapples

43. In the Australia Zoo, visitors ….
a. Can only see the animals from a distance
b. Can also feed the animals there
c. Can talk to the crocodile
d. Can give demonstration and talk

44. The ticket for a child is …..
a. The same as adults
b. More expensive than adults
c. Higher than adults
d. Half-price of adults

45. Salsa : Look at the building!
    Havis : Wow, ……………………
    Salsa : Yeah. It’s the biggest building in this town
a. How big is the building
b. What a big building
c. How nice building
d. What pretty the building is

The Sahara Desert is the largest desert in the world. It is bigger than the four next largest deserts put
together. It is as vast as the whole of the United States of America including most of Alaska and nearly
as big as the whole of Europe.
The Sahara desert was once green with trees ad plants. Giraffes, elephants, and rhinos wandered
across it. We know this because they are shown in rock paintings found in south-east Algeria, drawn
thousands of years ago.
Even as recently as the 1820s a French explorer heard lions roaring in the forest where now there is
only desert. The world’s deserts are growing bigger. The Sahara is growing by 1,5 million hectares
every year. That is an area three quarter the size of Wales every year, or four football fields every
46. The communicative purpose of the text above is …..
a. To share an amusing incidents with the readers
b. To inform the readers the beauty of the desert
c. To describe the Sahara Desert
d. To persuade people to go to Sahara Desert

47. The following are TRUE about Sahara Desert EXCEPT …..
a. It is the largest desert in the world
b. It is larger than United States
c. It becomes larger and larger
d. It had many animals thousands years ago.

48. “We know this because they are shown in rock paintings. “(paragraph 2). The word “they”in
the sentence above refers to …..
a. The Sahara Desert
b. The plants
c. The paintings
d. The animals

49. Ardi : I didn’t see your car yesterday. Where was it?
Linda : it ….. by my brother
a. Borrowed
b. Is borrowed
c. Was borrowed
d. Has borrowed

50. Nanik : What does your father do every afternoon?
Indah : He ….. in the living room
a. Read newspapers
b. Reads magazines
c. Is reading newspapers
d. Was reading magazines

Snakes are reptiles. They belong to the same group as lizards (the scaled group, Squamata) but for a
sub-group of their own (Serpentes)
Snakes have two legs but a long time ago they had claws to help them slither along. Snakes are not
slimy. They are covered in scales which are just bumps on the skin. Their skin is hard and glossy to
reduce friction as the snake slither along the ground.
Most snakes live in the country. Some types of snakes live in trees, some live in water, but most
usually consists of frogs, lizards, and mice and other snakes. The Anaconda can eat small crocodile and
even wild boards.
Many snakes protect themselves with their fangs. Boa Constrictors can give you a bear hug which is
so powerful it can crush every single bone in your body. Some snakes are protected by scaring their
enemies away like The Cobra. The flying snakes glided away from danger. Their ribs spread apart and
the skin stretches out. Its technique is just like sugar gliders.
Text source: Derewianka, 1990.
51. What is the main idea of the text?
a. Snakes are reptile
b. Snakes have two legs
c. Most snakes live in the country
d. Many snakes protect themselves with their fangs.
52. Paragraph ….. describes about the physical description of snakes.
a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four

53. The following statements are true, except …….
a. All snakes live in the country
b. Snakes can be found mostly in the ground.
c. Cobras protect themselves by scarring their enemies away.
d. A snake does not only eat frogs and lizards but also other snakes

54. “A snake’s diet usually consists of frogs, lizards, and mice and other snakes.” (paragraph 2).
The word diet has the same meaning as …..
a. Enemy
b. Predator
c. Prey
d. Friend

55. X : Look, the snake is eating our rabbit. Let’s kill it !
Y : No, …. The snake belongs to endangered species. It’s protected by government. Let it go.
a. I believe it
b. It’s a good idea
c. It’s not a good idea
d. I am not sure about that

One day, a young wanderer got lost in a wood. Suddenly he saw a light from an old hut. He knocked on the door, and an old woman opened it. She was crying. She said that the devil had stolen her magic candle. The candle could grant anything she asked. The wanderer asked her where the devil lived. “In a castle not far from here,” said the old woman.
The wanderer went to the castle. There he found the devil, but he was old and weak. Therefore when the wanderer grabbed the magic candle from the devil’s table and ran away, he couldn’t chase him. But the wanderer was not a kind man. He didn’t return the candle to the old woman, but kept it for himself. He lit the candle and made a wish, “I want to go far away from here.” Suddenly, genies appeared and took him to a beautiful palace. There was a party in the palace. The wanderer wanted to make some money. So he lit the candle again and wished for some jewelry. He sold them to the guests and was soon making a lot of money. Then the Princes came to buy the jewelry, but there was nothing left. The wanderer felt in love with her and asked her to marry him. The kind Princess said yes, and they got married the next day. In his happiness, the wanderer told the Princes about his adventure and the magic candle. Hearing that, the Princes got very angry. At night she lit the candle and wished that the wanderer disappear.
In the morning the wanderer awoke and found him self back in his ugly house in the village.

56. What does the text above tell about? It tells about .....
a. An old hut
b. An old woman
c. A magic candle
d. A kind young wonderer

57. The wanderer found .... when he got the castle.
a. An old woman
b. A kind princes
c. A genie
d. And old devil

58. How often did the wanderer light the candle for his wishes?
a. Once
b. Twice
c. Three times
d. Four times
59. What's the moral value of the story about?
a. To be rich is not important
b. To be kind is not important
c. It is very important for everyone to be rich
d. It is very important for everyone to be kind

60.     X : Why are you crying old woman, what's the matter with you?
Y : I've lost my magic candle, young wanderer.
Yesterday, an old devil came to my hut and ........ it from me.
X : Okay, please don't cry anymore. Let me find him and take the candle back to you.
a. Steal
b. Stole
c. Stolen
d. Steals

Do you like making snack by yourself? What kind of snack do you like? Well, .... do you like
making jelly snack? If you do, you may choose one kind of it, Nutrijell.
How do you make it? Now, follow these instructions:
Prepare a sachet of Nutrijell powder, a pan, three and half glasses of water, five spoonfuls of
sugar depending on your taste., and some jelly moulds.
First, mix well jelly powder with five spoonfuls of sugar. After that, pour the mixture into seven
hundred ml of water, stir till dissolved and boll. Then, pour the solution into the jelly moulds. Wait a
few minutes until cool. The jelly snack is ready.

61. Why did the writer wrote the passage?
a. to entertain the readers
b. To show how to make Nutrijell
c. To describe what the Nutrijell is
d. To inform the readers about what happened

62. To make Nutrijell we need the materials such as .....
a. Nutrijell powder, water, sugar
b. Nutrijell powder, water, sugar, sachet
c. Nutrijell powder, water, sugar, sachet, pan
d. Nutrijell powder, water, sugar, sachet, pan, moulds

63. Which one belongs to the third stage of making Nutrijell?
a. Prepare a sachet of Nutrijell powder
b. Pour the solution into the jelly moulds
c. Mix well jelly powder with five spoonful of sugar
d. Pour the mixture into seven hundred ml of water

64. The word ..... in the text above means “stir”
a. Pour
b. Mix
c. Boil
d. Prepare

65.     Astri : First, mix well jelly powder with five spoonful of sugar, then pour the mixture into
                     seven hundred ml of water.
         Alya : We have to stir the mixture till dissolved, ....... we?
         Astri : That's right. Then, boil the mixture, pour into the jelly moulds, wait a few minutes                         until cool, and the jelly snack is ready.

a. Do
b. Don't
c. Did
d. Didn't

66. Last Sunday I (66) ....... up very late. I looked out of the window. It was dark (67) ....... very
silent outside. “What a day!” I thought. “It was raining again”. Just then, the telephone rang. It
was my aunt Lucy. She asked (68) ....... if I was fine.

a. Get
b. Got
c. Gotten
d. Getting

67. a. But
b. Or
c. And
d. If

68. a. Mine
b. My
c. Me
d. I
Read the following text and answer questions 69 to 71.

A hotel is the home of the guests and tourist when they are away from home. The first …….. (69)  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 …….(70)The guest are usually happy if ……..(71) feel welcome and can get to their rooms quickly.

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

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

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

75.    Rearrange the following jumble words into good sentence.
Difficult – to – is – it – passive – too – understand – Voice
     1           2     3    4         5           6             7                8
a.    4 – 3 – 6 – 7 -2 – 1 – 5  - 8
b.    4 – 3 – 1 – 6 – 7 – 2 – 5 – 8
c.    4 – 3 – 7 – 6 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 6
d.    4 – 3 – 6 – 1 – 2 – 7 – 5 – 8

76.    the people – if – season – longer – the dry – of hunger – will – die – lost – here
            1            2        3            4             5               6             7        8      9         10
a.    2-5-9-3-4-1-10-8-7-6
b.    2-5-3-9-4-1-10-7-8-6
c.    2-5-3-9-4-10-1-8-7-6
d.    2-5-3-9-10-4-1-8-7-6

77.    Arrange the sentences below into a good paragraph?

1)    She sewed the cloth carefully using a sewing machine
2)    Mother made a dress for Nadia last week. First, mother took the measurement of her waist.
3)    Nadia looked very happy trying on her new dress
4)    Then she made a pattern of the dress.
5)    After that mother cut the pattern using a pair of scissors.

a.    2-1-4-5-3
b.    2-5-4-1-3
c.    2-3-4-5-1
d.    2-4-5-1-3

78.    Arrange the following sentences into a good paragraph.

1)    School buses are often recognizable by their orange-yellow color.
2)    They are school buses and commercial buses.
3)    Commercial buses ma serve routes which are not accessible by other forms of public transport.
4)    It is used to transport students to and form school.
5)    Generally, there are two kinds of busses.
The best arrangement is…..
a.    5-2-4-1-3
b.    5-2-3-1-4
c.    5-2-3-4-1
d.    5-2-1-4-3

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