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A young student was walking in the woods when he heard a small voice calling him. He looked all around, but could not see anyone. The voice called out again, and appear to come from the roots of an enormous oak tree. There, the student found a bottle, in which there was a tiny man who begged, “Let me out”.
So the student removed the cork, and a cloud of smoke emerged and grew into a frightening giant.
“I am a genie,” said the giant, and I was imprisoned in the bottle by magician. But now that I am freed, prepare to meet your end”.
“Wait a minute,” said the young man. I don’t believe one word you have said. A giant of your size could not have really come out of that little bottle. You could never forget into it”.
“Of course I can,” said the genie, “I’ll prove it to you”. As soon as the genie returned to the bottle, the young man replaced the cork. The next time, in order to get free, the spirit had to make a bargain with the student: not only would it refrain from killing him, but it had also to give him a dagger which turned into gold everything it touched, and healed all wounds. And afterwards, thanks to that magic dagger, the student brcame a rich and famous doctor . …
1. The type of the text above is ….
a. narrative b. description c. anecdote
2. The characters in the text above are ….
a. The student and the genie
b. The giant and the genie
c. The magician and the genie
d. The magician and the student
e. The doctor and the student
3. The story take place in ….
a. oak tree
b. the woods
c. doctor’s room
e. a bottle
4. The word ‘I’ in: “I don’t believe on word …” (paragraph 4) refers to ….
b. famous doctor
c. young man
e. magic dagger
.At the birth of the Indonesian nation in 1945, Australia and Indonesia shared a positive and friendly relationship. In 1947 Australia supported Indonesia’s struggle for independency by placing embargoes on Dutch supplies, arms and troops. Australian dock workers went on strike and significant numbers of Australians demonstrated in the streets in support of Indonesian independence. The Dutch were unable to ship supplies through Australian ports during this period.
Much of the support Australians gave to Indonesia was based on friendship that developed between Australian soldiers and the Indonesian people at the end of the Second World War. There was also a strong anti-imperialist mood among some sections of the Australian population at that time. It is a significant that Australia supported her Asian neighbours against a European colonial power.
5. The passage above is about ….
a. the early friendship between Indonesia and Australia
b. the influence of the Second World War on Indonesia and Australia
c. A strong anti-imperialist mood
d. the relationship between Australian soldiers and Indonesian people
e. the dutch were unable to ship supplies through Australion ports
6. What is the meaning of “embargo?”
7. Indonesia and Australian shared positive and …. relationship at the birth of the Indonesia nation.
e. long lasting
8. Australia did the following to support Indonesia, except ….
a. placing embargoes to Dutch supplies
b. demonstrating in the streets
c. going in strike and significant
d. shipping Dutch supplies through Australian ports
e. support dutch to supplies through Australian ports
All plants need water to grow. They get this water from the soil. In some places nature supplies all the water that is needed. But in other places people must find ways to supplement nature’s supply. The system of supplying water to ensure proper growth of plants and to increase the field of crops is called irrigation.
The use of irrigation is one of the most important practices ever developed. Only about 15 % of the world’s farmland is irrigated. But the irrigated land supplies a large percentage of the world’s food supply. Irrigation is a practiced on every continent except Antarctica.
Irrigation is used to supplement rainfall. Even in humid areas, irrigation is needed to grow certain crops. For example, rice-fields must be flooded until harvest time.
9. Where do the plants get water from?
a. the soil
b. the rain fall
c. humid areas
d. the flood
10. The main purpose of irrigation is ….
a. to absorb water
b. to grow certain crops
c. to obtain water for a reservoir
d. to store water
e. to make plants grow
11. Which of the following statement is true according to the text?
a. Irrigation is used in addition to rainfall
b. Nature supplies all the water everywhere
c. In the rainy season we don’t need irrigation
d. All the world’s farmland use irrigation
e. Irigation is well developed in Antarctica
12. The second paragraph is about ….
a. the use of irrigation
b. the world’s food supply
c. how to irrigate rice-field
d. the importance of agriculture practice
e. the ways to supplement nature’s supply
13. Even in humid areas, irrigation is needed to grow certain crops.
The underlined word means ….
14. “The practice of supplying water to ensure proper growth ….” (paragraph 2)
The synonym of the word proper is …..
Roses are very popular flowers. The most common roses are red and white roses. In some places, there are purple and black roses. A rose has thorn on its stem. Jasmine is also popular flower. It is much smaller and has only a white color. Jasmine is used for materials and ornaments for various needs and occasion. Dahlia is much bigger than a rose. It has more petals and looks more solid. It usually has a dark red color. Sunflowers are the biggest of all. The petals are longer and more pointed. They also have longer stems and they are mostly yellow in colour. Another popular name for the sunflower is chrysanthemum.
15. The text above is mainly talks about _______
16. The text describe many colours for _______
17. What is the smallest size of all flowers according to the text?
18. What is the type of the above text ?
Internet access and e-commerce in Australia remains inequitable, with disabled and older people facing many barriers to participation in the electronic age. The barriers include the physical design of facilities, the cost of internet access and the design of interactive voice-response systems. The Human rights and Equal Opportunity Commission’s report on electronic commerce said that technology’s great potential for increasing access was not being realized.
The commission emphasized that electronic facilities needed improvement. The design of ‘advanced’ ATMs had made them harder for blind people to use, compared with earlier models. Machines that once had buttons now relied on screen displays, for instance. The commission also suggested that students with disabilities needed particular attention when educational material was provided in electronic form.
19. What is the main topic of passage above?
a. the internet access and e-commerce in Australia
b. the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission
c. the barriers faced by disabled and older people using electronic facilities
d. the cost of internet access and design of voice-response system
e. the improvement of electronic facilities in Australia
20. Why is it difficult for blind people to use ATMs now? Because ….
a. ATMs use interactive voice-response system
b. Technology’s great potential for increasing access was not being realized
c. ATMs that once had buttons now relied on screen displays
d. The earlier designs were more advanced
e. Electronic facilities needed improvement
21. Internet access and e-commerce in Australia remains inequitable,with disabled and older people facing …. (paragraph 1)
The word disabled bold means ….
22. What is the synonym of the word equal on the first paragraph?
a. the activities
b. the models
c. the ability
d. the same
e. the strength
A young man and very beautiful princess lost her ball in the water while she was playing by the side of a lake. She began to cry so sadly that the frog who sat beside the lake croacked to her, “What will you give me if I get you your ball back?”
“All the gold you could wish for!” said the princess. “No, I ask only I’ll be allowed to stay with you and be your friend,” said the frog. The princess gave her word (what did such a promise cost her if it meant she could have her ball back she ran off so fast that the frog could not keep up with her. Nevertheless, after a while the frog arrived at the place.
As soon as she saw the frog, the princess was frightened. She ran to ask for help from her father, but the king, who knew what had happened, ordered his daughter to keep her promise. So the princess picked the frog up gently in her hand, but, with a shiver of disgust, she let it drop to the ground again. But that one brief touch was enough to break the spell that bound the frog, and caused it to turn back into a young and handsome prince he had been before.
The story ends with the happiest wedding ceremonies.
23. What is the type of the text?
24. What is the topic the text above?
a. The princess ball
b. A beautiful princess
c. The princess and the frog
d. The young prince
e. The princess father
25. Paragraph three mainly talks about ……
a. the frightened princess
b. how the princess broke her promise
c. what the princess asked her father
d. why the frog turned back into a handsome prince
e. what the King ordered his daughter to do.
26. Which of the following statement is true according to the text?
a. The princess hid at the back of the palace
b. The princess tried not to keep her promise
c. The frog couldn’t help the beautiful princess
d. The frog paid no attention to the princess
e. The King asked his daughter to marry the frog
27. “All the gold you could wish for!” replied the princess. (Paragraph 2)
The word replied means ….
I think federal governments are necessary because they help to keep the economic system in order; if any problems occur, the federal government will more or less lighten it out..
I also think that the state governments aren’t necessary because there are local governments, which are known as municipalities. There is hardly any use for the state governments do all the work.
28. The passage above talks about ….
a. the lack of federal government
b. the benefit of state government
c. the similarities of federal government and state government
d. the difference between federal government and state government
e. governmental system of a country
29. The writer seems to have the …. government.
30. The two paragraphs above are part of a hortatory exposition. They are the …
of the text.
31. Rossy: “I did not meet Fikri when I came to his house yesterday”.
Ade : “ Oh, he _____ for Pontianak to see his uncle”.
a. will leave
b. would leave
c. are leaving
d. is leaving
e. has left
32. If he studied hard, he _____ his examinations.
b. had passed
c. would have passed
d. will pass
e. would pass
33. If you use a city map, you _____ your way.
a. are not losing
b. have not lose
c. did not lose
d. will not lose
e. would not lose
34. My neighbour is well _____ and a very succeesful businessman.
35. The hall has been _____ decorated for the opening ceremony.
36. Harry : I am not well today.
Rony : What did Harry say to you?
Rudi : She said _____________
a. I am not well today
b. He was not well today
c. He had not been well that day
d. He is not well today
e. I was not well today
37. The strong earthquake caused a lot of _____ to several houses and building in Yogyakarta and central Java.
38. Although everything written in newspapers is not always true, newspapers
are believed to be an important _____ information.
39.The young beautiful Lady _____ husband is a journalist is talented teacher.
40.Lake Maninjau is one of the famous tourist spots in west Sumatera. The word
famous means _____
41. X : We hope someday our generation can build a temple like Prambanan.
Y : Yes, I hope so.
From the dialogue we know that both of the speakers express their _____
42. The man _____ was caught breaking into his neighbour’s house is arrested to
the police station.
43. The student’s book were left in the classroom. He came here this morning to
take them. Wa can say: The student _____ books were left in the classroom
came here this morning to take them.
44. Puji : Where is Rizky?
Haris : He _____ the new good book in the library now.
a. is reading
b. was reading
c. has been reading
d. will be reading
e. would be reading
45. The hospital _____ his father works has a large building.
46. “Don’t make noise, students”, the teacher said.
a. She told the students don’t make noise
b. She said the students didn’t make noise
c. She didn’t say the students should make noise
d. She told the students not to make noise
e. She tells the dtudents not to make noise
47. “Where are you from, Frans?”
I asked Frans _____
a. from where is he
b. from which he came
c. from which he came
d. where he came from
e. where did he came from
48. My sister is very busy in the kitchen. She _____ a cake for my father birthday.
b. will prepare
c. has been preparing
d. is preparing
e. was preparing
49. If I saw you, I would say hello.
It means _____
a. I saw you
b. I don’t see you
c. I had not seen you
d. I didn’t see you
e. I wouldn’t see you
50. If you want to make a good dress, why don’t you ask him?
He is a good _____