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- Annaouncement 1
- Annaouncement 2
- COMPLIMENTING, CONGRATUTULATION, ATTENTION
- Descriptive 1
- Descriptive 2
- Narrative 1
- Narrative 2
- Narrative 3
- Recount 1
- Recount 2
- Recount 3
- Recount 4
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 1
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 2
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 3
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 4
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 5
- Asking and Giving Opinion
- Hope and Pray
- Latihan Soal Kelas 11 bagian 1
- Latihan Soal Kelas 11 bagian 2
- Latihan Soal Kelas 11 bagian 3
- Personal Letter Bagian 1
- Personal Letter Bagian 2
- Recount Biography
- Report 1
- Report 2
- Report 3
- Report 4
- Report 5
- Saran, Tawaran dan Respon
A narrative text that entertains and instructs the readers. It entertains because it deals with the unusual and unexpected development of events. It instructs because it teaches readers that problems should be confronted, and attempts made to resolve them. The text incorporates patterns of behavior that are generally highly valued.
The text is organized to include:
• a stage that introduces the main character/s in a setting of time and place;
• a sequence of events, which may begin in a usual pattern, is changed in some way so that the pattern of events becomes a problem for one or more of the characters. The events are evaluated by the character/s, thus making it clear to the reader that a crisis has developed;
• the problem is resolved or attempted to be resolved; and
• a stage which makes explicit how the character has changed and what has been learned from the experience.
The grammatical features include:
o use of particular nouns to refer or to describe the particular people, animals and things that the story is about;
o use of adjectives to build noun groups to describe the people, animals or things in the story;
o use of time connectives and conjunctions to sequence events through time;
o use of adverbs and adverbial phrases to locate the particular events;
o use of past tense action verbs to indicate the actions; and
o use of saying and thinking verbs to indicate what characters are feeling, thinking or saying.
Once upon a time there was a king who ruled Mataram Kingdom. His name is Amangkurat IV. He was the grandfather of Sultan. He often meditated in a nearby forest, called Garjitawati. One day, when a gardener was gathering grass for his cattle in the forest, he looked for some water because it was so hot.
He found a small pond and when he was going to drink some water from it, a dragon came out of the underwater, but it was so friendly to him. The dragon said that if Sultan wanted to build his palace, it was supposed to be located in that forest.
Then it disappeared. Then Sultan started to build the palace in that forest. He demanded strong and old woods and the forest where those woods lied was said to be home of genies and spirits. His lumberjacks could not find anything to eat and the only thing they could have were some rice and water for three days, or sometimes they could not have anything.
Then Sultan started to build the palace in that forest. He demanded strong and old woods and the forest where those woods lied was said to be home of genies and spirits. His lumberjacks could not find anything to eat and the only thing they could have were some rice and water for three days, or sometimes they could not have anything. Then Sultan ordered that the main pole in the palace’s hall had to be built from special wood, which would give strong impression.
One night, a servant who was sleeping in the forest heard loud and deep voice. The voice introduced itself as Kyai Jegod. The servant saw that Kyai Jegod was an old, tall, and massive tree. He said that he would voluntarily let himself be cut to make the main pole so that he could stay inside it forever. The servant told it to Sultan and Sultan let Kyai Jegod stay inside it forever, while Kyai Jegod became the protector of that palace since then.
The following text is for question number 1 to number 3
The Magic Box
Once upon a time, there was a poor farmer who lived with his wife. One day, he dug up his field and found a big box. He took it home with him and showed it to his wife. His wife cleaned the box and kept it in their house.
One sunny morning his wife dropped an apple into it. Suddenly, the box began fill up with apples. No matter how many apples were taken out, more apples took their place. So, the farmer and his wife decide to sell the apples and in short time they were able to live quite comfortably.
One day, the farmer dropped a gold coin into the box. At once, apples disappeared and the box began to fill itself with coins. Every day, the farmer and his wife collected hundreds of gold coins from the box. Soon, they became very rich.
Having heard that his son had gone rich, the farmer’s grandfather visited the couple. He was not very strong and he could not go out to work any more. So, the farmer asked the old man to help him take the money out of the box. When his grandfather told his son that he was tired and wanted to have a rest, the farmer shouted at him, “Why are you so lazy? Why can’t you work harder?”
The old man did not say anything, and continued to work until he fell into the box and suddenly died. At once, the money disappeared and the box began to fill up with dead grandfathers.
The farmer had to pull them out and bury them. To do this, he had to spend all the money he had collected. When he had used up all the money, the box broke and the farmer was just as poor as he was before.
1. How was the farmer according to the writer?
2. The complication started when….
A. The farmer dug up a big box in his field, took it home & showed it to his wife
B. His wife dropped an apple into a big box & suddenly the box filled up with apples
C. The farmer and his wife sold the apples and were able to live quite comfortably
D. The farmer dropped a gold coin into the box
E. The apples disappeared and the box began to fill itself with coins
3. What did we learn from the story?
A. Being honest is not always wise
B. Being a miser is sometimes important
C. All that glitters is not gold
D. It is good to be honest in life
E. We must respect our parents.
4. The communicative purpose of the text is…
A. To amuse and entertain the readers with problematic events
B. To tell the readers what really happened in the past
C. To inform the readers how and why something works
D. To present information about a current issue
E. To describe an event in the past
5. “At once, the money disappeared and the box ….” (Paragraph 5)
The synonym of the underlined word is ….
6. According to the text, which of the following is TRUE?
A. The farmer became rich ever after.
B. The box was full of gold coins when it was found.
C. The farmer’s wife was happy after the grandfather died.
D. The poor farmer was finally dead because of his sadness.
E. The farmer had to use up all his money to bury his grandfather.
7. What can we learn from the story?
We have to ….
A. Work hard
B. Help poor people
C. Respect our parents
D. Do everything happily
E. Collect money as much as possible
The following text is for question number 8 to
There was once a young shepherd boy who tended his sheep at the foot of a mountain near a dark forest.
It was rather lonely for him all day, so he thought up a plan by which he could get a little company and some excitements. He rushed down toward the village calling out, “Wolf! Wolf!”. Afterward the villagers came out to meet him and some of them stayed with him for a considerable time.
This pleased the boy so much that a few days afterward he tried the same trick and the villagers came again to help.
But shortly after, a wolf actually did come out from the forest and began to worry the sheep. The boy cried out, “Wolf! Wolf!” so much louder than before. But this time the villagers, who had been fooled twice before, thought the boy was again deceiving them. Consequently, nobody came to help him.
So the wolf made a good meal of the boy’s flock and when the boy complained, the wise man of the village said: “A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth.”
8. What is the suitable title of the text?
A. The greedy boy.
B. The liar.
C. The shepherd and villagers
D. The shepherd boy
E. The best trick.
9. If only the boy hadn’t deceived the villagers before, the villagers would have helped him from troubles then. What does the sentence mean?
A. The villagers lied, so they were not trusted.
B. We wish the boy were safe.
C. The boy faced on difficult problems.
D. Villagers didn’t help the boy since the boy was ugly.
E. The boy lied, so villagers didn’t trust and help him.
The following text is for question number 10 to 14
Roro Anteng and Joko Seger
There was a couple lived on the foot of Mount Bromo, Roro Anteng and Joko Seger. After eight years of marriage, they had not had any children. For six years they prayed, pleaded with gods to give them children. Their prayer was complied on one condition: they would have to sacrifice their youngest son to the Bromo crater.
After some time, Roro Anteng gave birth to a child. And it happened every year until they had 25 children. They lived happily and ignored the agreement. The mount Bromo erupted signalling that the gods asked the couple to fulfil the condition. They didn't want to let their youngest son, Raden Kusuma, be sacrificed to the crater.
Raden Kusuma learned about the deal his parents had made and caused the Mounth Bromo's eruption. The lava from the crater had made the people living near the mountain suffered. He didn't want his brothers and the people suffer because of him. Then, he sacrificed himself to the carter. The eruption suddenly stopped.
10. What is the main idea of the first paragraph?
A. Roro Anteng and Joko Seger had no children and wish to have it
B. Joko Seger is a king in Mount Bromo.
C. Roro Anteng is Joko’s Queen.
D. Joko Seger must sacrifice his youngest son.
E. Roro Anteng must obey her father
11. What happened to Roro Anteng and Joko Seger when mount Bromo signalled them to fulfil the agreement?
A. Roro Anteng gave birth again.
B. The couple forgot to the agreement.
C. Raden Kusuma sacrificed himself.
D. They let their son sacrificed.
E. Both of them avoid the agreement
12. What did Raden Kusuma learn from the eruption of mount Bromo?
A. He didn’t want to see people suffered and sacrificed himself.
B. He learned about the deal and decided to run away.
C. He let people living near the mountain suffered.
D. He made another deal with God.
E. He ignored it
13. Below are the synonym of the word ignored, except…..
A. pay no attention to
C. close the eyes to
14. Below are the purpose of the text above, except?
A. To entertain and amuse reader.
B. To get a moral value.
C. To deal with actual or vicarious experience in different ways.
D. To teach people how to behave with nature.
E. To tell an interesting story
The following text is for question number 15 to
When day dawned, but before the sun had risen, their mother awoke Gretel and Hansel, saying, "Get up, you sluggards. We are going into the forest to fetch wood." She gave each a little piece of bread, and said, "There is something for your dinner, but do not eat it up before then, for you will get nothing else."
Gretel took the bread under her apron, as Hansel had the pebbles in his pocket. Then they all set out together on the way to the forest.
When they had walked a short time, Hansel stood still and peeped back at the house, and did so again and again. His father said, "Hansel, what are you looking at there and staying behind for? Pay attention, and do not forget how to use your legs."
"Ah, father," said Hansel, "I am looking at my little white cat, which is sitting up on the roof, and wants to say good-bye to me."
The wife said, "Fool, that is not your little cat, that is the morning sun which is shining on the chimneys."
Hansel, however, had not been looking back at the cat, but had been constantly throwing one of the white pebble-stones out of his pocket on the road.
When they had reached the middle of the forest, the father said, "Now, children, pile up some wood, and I will light a fire that you may not be cold."
Hansel and Gretel gathered brushwood together, as high as a little hill. The brushwood was lighted, and when the flames were burning very high, the woman said, "Now, children, lay yourselves down by the fire and rest, we will go into the forest and cut some wood. When we have done, we will come back and fetch you away."
Hansel and Gretel sat by the fire, and when noon came, each ate a little piece of bread, and as they heard the strokes of the wood-axe they believed that their father was near. It was not the axe, however, but a branch which he had fastened to a withered tree which the wind was blowing backwards and forwards. And as they had been sitting such a long time, their eyes closed with fatigue, and they fell fast asleep.
15. What does the text mainly tell?
A. Life in forest
B. Hansel’s father.
C. Hansel and Gratel
D. Gratel and her apron.
E. Hansel and his pebbles.
16. “Hansel and Gretel gathered brushwood together, as high as a little hill.” (Paragraph 8)
The word “gathered” is synonymous with ….
17. Why did Hansel, Gratel and their parents go to the forest?
A. To hunt.
B. To camp.
C. To find wood.
D. To take a walk.
E. To find wild cats.
18. What can we learn from the story?
A. We should be smart.
B. We should be patient.
C. We should be honest.
D. We should be diligent.
E. We should be generous
The following text is for question number 19 to 22
Once upon a time, there was a king of the Antah Berantah kingdom wished Dewi Sekartaji become his wife. To do so, he kidnapped her. Fortunately, the God Narada saved Dewi Sekartaji by changing her into a golden snail: Keong Emas. The God told Keong Emas to drift along the river in order to find her husband, Panji Asmoro.
One day a poor old widow, Mbok rondo Dadapan, who always fished along the river, found the golden snail and took it home. There, she put the snail in a jar and took good care of it. All of a sudden, unexpected good things took place in Mbok Rondo’s life.
Coming back from her daily fishing, she would find delicious dishes on the table and the house cleaned. She wondered who had been so nice to take care of her house and to do the cooking. When he went on for several days, she could not resist the temptation to find out who the mysterious kind person was. So, one day, instead of fishing, she peeped though a hole in the wall of her house.
To her amazed she saw a beautiful princess coming out of the jar and starting to clean the house and preparing a meal.
The next day, the same thing happened. Without wasting any time Mbok Rondo rushed into the house and smashed the jar. “Homeless” Dewi Sekartaji could not turn back into a snail. She was then adopted by Mbok Rondo.
Meanwhile, Raden Panji Asmoro bangun searching for his wife, wandered from one village to another, finally reaching Dadapan where he found his beloved.
Filled with happiness and love, they went back to their kingdom, taking along good Mbok Rondo.
19. What does the text mainly talk about?
A. God Narada changed Dewi Sekartaji into a golden snail
B. Raden Panji Asmoro Bangun searched for his wife
C. A golden snail
D. A beautiful princess
E. Happiness and loving
20. What did Dewi Sekartaji’s husband do to find his wife?
A. Dewi Sekartaji and her husband took her along with them
B. Dewi Sekartaji and her husband went back to their kingdom
C. Her husband wandered from one village to another
D. Dewi Sekartaji’s husband and his wife kidnapped her
E. Dewi Sekartaji changed her into a golden snail
21. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the text?
A. Mbok Rondo Dadapan would find delicious dishes on the table
B. Mbok Rondo Dadapan saw a beautiful Princess coming out of the jar, preparing a meal, starting to clean
C. Dewi Sekartaji couldn’t turn back into a snail
D. The God Narada didn’t change Dewi Sekartaji into a golden snail
E. Panji Asmoro bangun and Dewi Sekartaji went back to their kingdom
22. From the text we know that the story …
A. Is not good to read
B. Is interested
C. Can be renewed
D. Doesn’t harm to read
E. Is expensive
The following text is for question number 23 to 27
The Hermit and His Padi Seeds
Many years ago, there lived a hermit in a forest of Sumatra. He did not grow food but depended on the jungle fruit to survive. Soon, there was a drought and all the plants and fruit trees in the jungle died.
The old man had nothing to eat now, so he turned to be a beggar. He went to a nearby village trying to get some food. At first, the villagers were happy to help him. However, when he came continually, they refused to give him food anymore. They told him to grow his own food.
One day, while the hermit was sitting in his hut, sad and hungry, he began to think about growing his own food. Just then, a boatman stopped by. The boatman took pity on the hermit and gave him some padi seeds.
Before the boatman went away, he said, ”These seeds will grow and give you everlasting harvests if you work very hard. If you are tired of the work, the padi plants will turn into weeds.
The old hermit worked hard to clear the land and sowed the seeds before the rains came. Strangely, after a short period of time, the padi was ready for harvesting. The old man got a lot of rice from the harvest. After each harvest, the plants grew back again right away. When the villagers heard about the hermit and his wonderful padi, they flocked to his padi-field and took home as much padi as they could.
One day, the hermit became so tired of harvesting the padi that he shouted, “Oh, stop growing, you wretched thing!” As soon as he had said that, the padi plants turned into weeds.
24. Why did the padi plants turn into weeds? Because…
A. The hermit shouted ordering the padi plants to stop growing
B. The hermit stopped growing the padi plants
C. The villagers grew weeds instead of padi plants
D. The villagers took home as much padi as they could
E. The hermit got angry with the villagers
25. “…They refused to give him food anymore…”
What does the writer imply from the sentence?
A. They were happy
B. He could begin to think about growing his own food
C. He was sad and hungry
D. He could go to nearby village trying to get some food
E. He didn’t want to have foods
26. Which statement is TRUE about the hermit?
A. He lived in a small town in Sumatra
B. He died in the jungle when there was a drought
C. He liked to give the villagers fruit and padi
D. He went to village to ask for some food
E. He hated begging though there was nothing to eat
27. The main idea of paragraph 5 is …..
A. The padi stooped growing
B. The hermit was a successful farmer
C. The hermit should clear the land
D. It needed a short time to harvest the padi
E. The seeds should be sown before the rains came
The following text is for question number 28 to
Orpheus was “The father of songs”. He was interested in singing at a very young age. He loved singing and playing lyre so much. They were part of his life. The moment he played his lyre and sang, all living things came near to hear him sing. In other words, his singing was even well liked by animals.
Like everyone else, beautiful Eurydice loved his singing and decided to be his wife. Orpheus also had the same feeling and loved her dearly at first sight. But one day, a poisonous snake bit Eurydice fatally on her legs. She was killed straight away.
For many days, Orpheus played sad songs which suited his melancholy mood at the death of Eurydice. Then, he went to Zeus. Hearing how sadly and yet how touchingly Orpheus sang, Zeus said,” Go to the country of the dead and meet Hades, king of the Dead. Ask him to give her back to you. Since you are such a lovely singer, you have a good chance of winning his sympathy and getting what you want.”
So Orpheus went to the country of the dead. He saw the boatman carrying the dead in his boat. As Orpheus was not a dead person, he was forced to stay behind. But when Orpheus sang, the boatman could not say ”No”. Then, Orpheus came to gate where a three-headed dog stood guard. Orpheus sang and the dog opened the gate for him to enter Finally, Orpheus came to the palace of King Hades, where ha sat with his Queen Persephone, in the hall.
“O king Hades and Queen Persephone, give me back my Eurydice. ”Orpheus pleaded after his music had softened the hearths of Hades and Persephone.
Go back, Orpheus, and Eurydice shall walk behind you. But do not talk to her and do not look back until both of you have reached the country of the living or she will fall back into the place of dead and you will never see her again.’
Orpheus aced according to instructions. But when they came near the country of the living, he thought that they were out of danger. So he looked back at Eurydice. She gave a cry and disappeared.
“Oh, what a shame! ”Orpheus exclaimed.” Why did I ignore King Hades’ warning?”
Orpheus was so sad that he killed himself and joined Eurydice in the Country of the dead, where they were happy ever after.
28. Why did Orpheus not succeed bringing his wife back from the country of the Dead?
A. Because Orpheus looked back to Eurydice
B. Because Zeus did not allow him to meet his wife
C. Because Orpheus followed the King Hades’ instructions well
D. Because Eurydice walked behind Orpheus
E. Because Orpheus sang very sadly
29. “Oh, what a shame!” Orpheus exclaimed.
What did Orpheus mean?
A. He felt uncertain
B. He felt sorry
C. He felt ashamed
D. He felt worried
E. He felt happy
30. What can we learn from the story?
We have to…
A. Love our partner
B. Sing very well
C. Every thing to get what we want
D. Do instruction well
E. Sacrifice for other people
31. “… ask him to give her back to you …”
“You” in par 3 refers to …
D. King Hades
E. Queen Persephone
The following text is for question number 32 to 38
THE RABBIT’S REVENCE
Long, long ago a rabbit and lion were neighbours. The lion was very proud, and was fond of boasting about his strength. And though they were such close neighbours, the lion looked down upon the rabbit, and used to bully and frighten her.
Finally the rabbit could stand it no longer and wanted to get her own back. One day, she went to the lion and said,’ Good day, respected older brother. Imagine it, I met an animal over there that looked exactly like you, and he said to me, ‘Is there anyone in the world who dare stand up to me? If there is, let him come and have a duel with me. If there is no one, all of you have to submit to my rule and be my servants!’ Oh, he was intolerable braggart! He is so puffed up with pride that his eyes can’t event light on anyone!’
‘Oho,’ the lion said. ‘Didn’t you mention me to him?’
‘Yes, indeed,’ the rabbit replied. ‘But it would have been better if I hadn’t. When I described how strong you were, he just sneered and said dreadfully rude things. He even went so far as to say that he wouldn’t take you for his attendant!’
The lion flew into a rage and roared, ‘Where is he? Where is he?’
So the rabbit took the lion behind a hill and, not going to near himself, pointed to a deep well from a distance, and said, ‘He is down there, in the well.’
The lion hastened to the well and glared angrily into it. Yes, there was his rival- as the rabbit said the image of himself- who even glared back at him angrily. The lion roared, and his enemy roared back. The lion became so furious that his hair stood on end. So did his enemy in the wells. The lion showed his teeth and lashed out with his paws to scare his rival – and his enemy in the well retaliated!
In a fit of anger the lion sprang into the air with all his might and then flung himself at the enemy in the well. The result was that the proud lion was instantly drowned.
32. The story tells us about ….
A. a lion
B. a rabbit
D. older brother
E. a lion and a rabbit
33. The rabbit wanted to take revenge because ….
A. they were neighbours
B. the lion was very proud
C. the lion was frightening
D. the lion looked down upon the rabbit
E. the lion was boasting about his strength
34. The lion was angry to hear ….
A. the news
B. that another lion let him have a duel
C. that the rabbit wanted to get her own back
D. that the rabbit went to the lion and said.
E. that the rabbit was so puffed up with pride
35. The type of the text above is ….
E. news item
36. The writer’s purpose to write the text is to ….
A. share with others an amusing incident
B. describe a particular person, place or thing
C. persuade the readers or listeners that something is the case
D. entertain or to amuse or to deal with a story about lion and rabbit
E. persuade the readers or listeners that something should/ should not be the case
37. In paragraph 2 of the above text, the word meaning ‘precisely’ is …
38. In the last 2 paragraphs of the above text, the word meaning ‘animal’s feet with claws or nails’ is …
The following text is for question number 39 to 44
One day, a crow had snatched a fine piece of cheese out of a window, and flew with it into a high tree. A fox saw this and wanted the cheese for himself.
He said, ”Oh, crow. How beautiful are your wings. How bright your eyes. How fine your neck. Your breast is the breast of an eagle. Your claws are the match for all the beasts of the field. All of the birds should be dumb and want only a voice.”
The crow was pleased to hear all that. Chucking to think how she would surprise the fox with the caw. She opened her mouth, down dropped the cheese which the fox snapped up.
39. Where did the crow get the cheese?
A. The fox gave her.
B. She found it on window.
C. She found it on a tree branch.
D. The fox dropped it.
E. She stole it.
40. A complication of the text arose when……
A. A crow had snatched a fine piece of cheese out of a window.
B. A fox saw this event and wanted the cheese for himself.
C. A fox flattered the crow.
D. The crow was pleased to hear all the fox said.
E. She opened her mouth, down dropped the cheese which the fox snapped up.
41. What can we learn from the story?
A. Be proud of what you have.
B. Always adore your friend.
C. Never have a crow.
D. Don’t be snobbish.
E. Don’t adore one so high.
42. …a crow had snatched a fine piece of cheese out of a window.
The underlined word has the same meaning with the words below, except…..
43. Chucking to think how she would surprise the fox with the caw.
The underlined word means……
44. Why did the crow open her mouth?
A. She wanted to drop the cheese.
B. She was pleased to hear all that.
C. She wanted her voice to be heard.
D. She wanted to frighten the fox.
E. She wanted the fox snapped up.
The following text is for question number 45 to 48
Once upon a time in the middle of the forest there lived a prince who lived with his father, the king. They lived in a castle at the edge of a river. The prince had a wonderful voice. Usually he'd go out into the forest and sing. And usually the animals would get attracted to his voice.
Now the keeper of the animals did not like the animals going out into the forest. He had to do something about the prince. For many years he had been thinking, and thinking, and thinking. Finally he thought of something.
After the prince was old enough his father asked him to marry Sabrina. The prince did not know what to say, but he did not want to hurt his father's feelings, and he did think that Sabrina was a nice girl. So he agreed.
Meanwhile the keeper of the animals watched the prince come out of the castle. He aimed his gun and fired at him and killed him. The animals cried. The prince went into heaven. Two angels appeared out of nowhere and said "We will let you back on earth but we will have to make one small change". Before his eyes he was back on earth but then he looked at himself, he was covered in feathers! The angels had turned him into a hummingbird. And that's how the hummingbird got its hum.
45. The story mainly tells us about ….
A. A king and a princess.
B. Beautiful princess named Sabrina.
C. How the hummingbird got its hum
D. The angels that turned into a hummingbird.
E. The keeper of the animals who killed a hummingbird.
46. “For many years he had been thinking, and thinking… Finally he thought of something.”
What did he want to do?
A. To kill the prince.
B. To marry Sabrina.
C. To watch the prince.
D. To shoot a hummingbird.
E. To make one small change.
47. Why do you think the writer wrote this story?
Because he wanted ….
A. to retell past events.
B. to describe hummingbirds.
C. to retell a history of hummingbird.
D. to entertain readers with a legend.
E. to explain the process of hummingbird got its hum.
48. “And usually the animals would get attracted to his voice.”
The underlined word is synonymous with ….
The following text is for question number 49 to 54
The lion and the mouse
It was a hot day and the lion laid fast asleep in the forest. Suddenly, a little mouse ran up to his nose. The lion woke up and caught the mouse in his paw.
“Please let me go,” begged the frightened mouse. “All right,”said the lion. “But don’t disturb me again.” Then he let the little mouse free. “Thank you,” the mouse said. I will never forget your kindness. I might even pay you back one day.” The lion only laughed. “How can a tiny mouse help me?” he thought. He rolled over and went back to sleep.
Some time later, the lion was caught in a net. He roared loudly. Deep in the forest, little mouse heard him. “the lion is in trouble,” it said. “I must go and help him.” The mouse soon found the lion. It began to bite the ropes of the net. Its sharp teeth soon made a big hole in the net. Before long, the lion was out of the net.
“Thank you for saving my life, litle mouse,” said the king of the beasts. He felt so embarrassed.
49. What was the lion doing in the forest on that hot day?
A. The lion was exiting
B. The lion was catching a mouse.
C. The lion was sleeping.
D. The lion was scratching its back.
E. The lion was running.
50. How did the mouse feel when the lion caught it?
A. The mouse was frustrated.
B. The mouse was angry.
C. The mouse was proud.
D. The mouse was scared.
E. The mouse was sad.
51. Why did the lion roar loudly some time later?
A. The lion was hungry.
B. The lion was caught.
C. The lion was tired.
D. The lion was sleepy.
E. The lion was muddy.
52. How did the mouse free the lion?
A. The mouse pulled the ropes of the net.
B. The mouse cut the ropes of the net.
C. The mouse tore the ropes of the net.
D. The mouse created a hole in the net.
E. The mouse gnawed the ropes of the net.
53. What kind of the text is this?
54. What is the main idea of paragraph 2?
A. The lion was in trouble
B. The lion got tired.
C. The lion freed the mouse.
D. The mouse was happy.
E. The mouse died.
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