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- Annaouncement 1
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- 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
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- Latihan Soal Kelas 11 bagian 3
- Personal Letter Bagian 1
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- Recount Biography
- Report 1
- Report 2
- Report 3
- Report 4
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- Saran, Tawaran dan Respon
The following text is for question number 100 to 103
Once upon a time there was a poor widow who had an only son named Jack. They were so poor that they didn’t have anything except a cow. When the cow had grown too old, his mother sent Jack to the market to sell it. On the way to the market, Jack met a butcher who had some beautiful beans in his hand. The butcher told the boy that the beans were of great value and persuaded the silly lad to sell the cow for the beans.
Jack brought them happily. When he told his mother about this, his mother became so angry that she threw the beans out of the window.
When Jack woke up in the morning, he felt the sun shining into a part of his room, but all the rest was quite dark and shady.
So he jumped to the window. What did he see? The beanstalk grew up quite close past Jack’s window. He opened the window and jumped to the beanstalk which ran up just like a big ladder.
He climbed…… and climbed till at last he reached the sky. While looking around, he saw a very huge castle. He was very amazed.
Then Jack walked along the path leading to the castle. There was a big tall woman on the doorstep. Jack greeted her and asked for the giantess’ mercy to give him breakfast because he felt very hungry. Although the giantess grumbled at first, finally she gave Jack a hunk of bread and cheese and a jug of milk.
Jack hadn’t finished when the whole house began to tremble with the noise of someone’s coming. “Oh! It’s my husband!” cried the giantess. “What on earth shall I do?” Hastily the giantess opened a very big cupboard and hid Jack there.
100. Where did Jack sell his cow?
A. At a castle
B. At the market
C. At the giant’s castle
D. At the butcher’s house
E. On the way to the market
101. What is the story about?
A. Jack and the butcher
B. Jack and the beanstalk
C. Jack and the giantess
D. A poor widow and his son
E. The giantess and her husband
102. “Oh! That’s my husband!” cried the giantess. “What on earth shall I do?” (paragraph 7). From the sentence we know that the giantess is … her husband.
A. Afraid of
B. Angry with
C. Fed up
D. Annoyed with
E. Displeased with
103. What do we learn from the text above?
A. Jack was an innocent boy
B. Poverty makes people hopeless
C. Jack’s mother was a furious mother
D. The giantess took a pity on Jack
E. Sincerity makes Jack get something precious
The following text is for question number 104 to 106
Once upon a time, there lived a little girl named Snow White. She lived with her Aunt and Uncle because her parents were dead.
One day she heard her Uncle and Aunt talking about leaving Snow White in the castle because they both wanted to go to America and they didn’t have enough money to take Snow White.
Snow White did not want her Uncle and Aunt to do this so she decided it would be best she ran away. The next morning she ran away from home when her Aunt and Uncle were having breakfast. She ran away into the woods.
She was very tired and hungry. Then she saw this little cottage. She knocked but no one answered so she went inside and fell asleep.
Meanwhile, the seven dwarfs were coming home from work. The y went inside. There they found Snow White sleeping. Then Snow White woke up. She saw the dwarfs. The dwarfs said, “What is your name?” Snow White said, “My name is Snow White.”
Doc said, “If you wish, you may live here with us.” Snow White said, “Oh, could I? Thank you.” Then Snow White told the dwarfs the whole story and Snow White and the seven dwarfs lived happily ever after.
( A Brief Introduction to Genre: Yusak, Muchlas )
104. The writer wrote the text to … readers about the story.
105. Snow White did not want her Uncle and Aunt to do this (paragraph 3). What do the underlined words mean?
A. Leave her in castle
B. Talk about her
C. Go to America
D. Run away from home
E. Not have enough money
106. What did the dwarfs offer to Snow White? They allowed her to… .
A. Fall asleep
B. Tell the whole story
C. Wake up from sleeping
D. Live in little cottage
E. Tell her name
The following text is for question number 107 to 110
Once upon a time, in a little village there was a big palace bigger than the village itself and the palace there lived a King. The King wanted to be rich.
Now one day the King promised one of his gardener three million gold coins if he could grow a tree all year round which bore rich golden fruit. The gardener searched all over the countryside but he could not find the right seed to grow a tree which would bear golden fruit. So at last he went to see the wise old owl who lived deep in the forest and knew all about many things. The wise old owl told him what to do and where to go to get the right seed to plant.
The gardener went exactly where he was told and did exactly what he was told. He planted the seed and gave it some water, some fertilizer and he waited. Suddenly the tree sprang up so quickly that it made the gardener jump. The gardener watched as tree began to bear rich golden fruit. He ran back to the palace and took the King to se the tree. When the king had stood there for a long time, staring at it open-mouth, the gardener asked for his three millions coins.
So the King agreed to the request, and the gardener took his money and went home and lived happily ever after.
107. The purpose of the text is to…..
A. retell the information about the golden tree.
B. describe how the gardener became rich.
C. amuse the readers with the fairy tales.
D. explain how to plant the golden tree.
E. inform the readers that the King was wise.
108. Who told the gardener to get the seed to plant?
A. the King
B. the writer
C. the old owl
D. the gardener himself
E. the golden tree
109. The following statements are true based on the text, EXCEPT….
A. the King didn’t kept his promise.
B. the gardener became rich.
C. the old owl showed the gardener how to get the seed.
D. the village was smaller than the palace.
E. finally the gardener could do what the King desired.
110. “….,staring at it open-mouth,” (paragraph 4)
The underlined word has similar meaning with….
B. looking after
The following text is for question number 111 to 114
Once upon a time there lived as neighbors, a bear and a rabbit. The rabbit was a good shot, and the bear being very clumsy could not use the arrow to good advantage. The bear was very unkind to the rabbit.
Every morning, the bear would call over to the rabbit and asked the rabbit to take his bow and arrows and came with the bear to the other side of the hill. The rabbit, fearing to arouse the bear’s anger by refusing, consented, and went with the bear, and shot enough buffalo to satisfy the hungry family. Indeed, he shot and killed so many that there was lots of meat left after the bear and his family had loaded themselves, and packed all they could carry home. The poor rabbit could not even taste the blood from the butchering, as the gluttonous bear would throw earth on the blood and dry it up. Poor rabbit would have to go home hungry after his hard day’s work.
The bear was the father of five children. The youngest was very kind to the rabbit. The mother knowing that her youngest was a very hearty eater, always gave him an extra large piece of meat. What the baby bear did not eat, he would take outside with him and pretended to play ball with it, kicking it toward the rabbit’s house, when he got close to the door he would give the meat such a great kick, that it would fly into the rabbit’s house, and in this way poor rabbit would get his meal unknown to the papa bear.
111. What is the main idea of paragraph 3?
A. The bear was the father of five children.
B. The bear was very unkind to the rabbit.
C. The rabbit would have to go home hungry.
D. The baby bear did not eat the extra large piece of meat.
E. The rabbit would get his meal unknown to the papa bear.
112. “The poor rabbit could not even taste the blood from the butchering, as the gluttonous bear would throw earth on the blood and dry it up.”
The underlined word has the closest meaning to …………
113. How was the youngest bear according to the writer?
114. What can we learn from the story?
A. Being honest is not always nice.
B. Being a miser is sometimes important
C. All that glitters is not glad
D. To love means to share
E. To be generous is not good.
The following text is for question number 115 to119
The Ram in the Chili Patch
Long ago there was a Mexican boy named Juan who helped raise money for his family by growing chili peppers in his garden.
But one day when he came out to his chili patch, he found a ram there eating some peppers and stomping on others. “Go away, Mr. Ram,” said Juan. “Those are my peppers”. The ram replied, “ Get away from me or I’ll butt you into the next county.” Juan started to cry, and all the animals on the little farm felt sorry for him.
The cat tried to help. She went up to the ram and said, ”You should be ashamed of yourself. Get out of there. Those are Juan’s chili peppers.” But the ram lowered his head and said, ”Get out of here or I’ll butt you into the next county.” So the can ran away. The dog tried to help. He came out and barked at the ram, but the ram lowered his head and said,” Get out of here or I’ll butt you into the next county.” The dog too ran away.
Finally a little ant said,” I can help you, Juan” the ant climbed onto the ram and began biting him all over. The ram jumped up and started running. He ran so fast and so far that now he is in the next county.
115. Where did the story happen?
A. in Juan’s house
B. in a farmer’s field
C. in Juan’s neighborhood
D. in Juan’s garden
E. in the next country
116. What made Juan cry?
A. He lost all his chilies.
B. No one helped him to chase the ram away.
C. He was afraid of his parents.
D. He was afraid of the ram.
E. He would leave his parents to the next county.
117. Who could make the ram leave the patch?
B. Juan’s father
C. The ant
D. The cat
E. The dog
118. Which one is TRUE about the story?
A. The ram could eat all the chilies.
B. Juan’s parents successfully drove the ram away.
C. The ram butted the cat and the dog to the next county.
D. Juan tried to support his family financial.
E. The ram, dog and cat guarded Juan’s garden.
119. “Get away from me or I’ll butt you into the next county.” (paragraph 2). The underlined word means ….
A. put into
B. chase away
C. move to the side of the road
D. push hard with head
E. make a regular movement
The following text is for question number 120 to 125
The Story of the Smart Parrot
A man in Puerto Rico had a wonderful parrot. There was no other parrot like him.
He was very, very smart. This parrot would say any word except one. He would not say the word of the town where he was born. The name of the town is Catano.
The man tried to teach the parrot to say catano. But the bird would not say the word. At first the man was very nice, but then he got angry. “You stupid bird!Why can’t you say the word? Say Catano or I’ll kill you!” But the bird would not say it. Then the man got so angry that he shouted over and over. “Say Catano or I’ll kill you!” but the bird would’t yalk.
One day after trying for many hours to make the bird say catano, the man got very, very angry. He picked up the bird and threw him into the chicken house. “You are more stupid than the chickens. Soon I will eat them and I will eat you too.”
In the chicken house there were four chickens. They were for Sunday’s dinner. The man put the parrot in the chicken house and left.
The next day the man came back to the chicken’s house. He opened the door and stopped. He was very surprised at what he saw!
He saw three dead chickens on the floor. The parrot was screaming at the fourth chicken, ”Say Catano, or I’ll kill you!”
120. Where does the story take place?
A. in a town
C. in Puerto Rico
D. in a village
E. in the cage
121. The characters mentioned in paragraph 1 are …
A. a man and a bird
B. a man and his wonderful parrot
C. a man
D. a bird
122. Why did the man get so angry? Because ….
A. the parrot was very stupid
B. the parrot was lazy
C. the man had bad tempered
D. the parrot refused to do his instruction
E. the parrot can’t say Catano
123. What did the man do after he failed to make the bird say Catano?
A. He picked up the bird and carried on.
B. He took the bird and threw it into the chicken house.
C. He was very, very smart.
D. He killed the bird.
E. He ate the bird.
124. Which one is true about the text?
A. The man was bad tempered man.
B. The parrot finally could say Catano.
C. The parrot had already killed three chickens.
D. The parrot couldn’t say catano at all.
E. The man killed the parrot.
125. “He was very, very smart.” The underlined word refers to ….
A. a wonderful parrot
B. a man
C. other parrot
D. a bird
E. the owner of the parrot
The following text is for question number 126 to129
THE FIELD OF TREASURE
There was once a farmer, who had three sons. The boys were not like him. The farmer liked work and he worked hard the whole day. Unlike him, his three sons were lazy and while their father was working, they played games or slept.
The farmer worked so hard that at last he became very ill. As he lay on his bed, he thought to himself, “Soon I’ll die and what will become of my lazy sons? If they don’t work, they’ll become so poor that they’ll not have even rice to eat.”
So he called his sons to him and said,” My sons, I’m dying. What I have I leave to you. All that I have is in our field. Dig it and you will find treasure.”
Some time after this old farmer died. His sons buried him and then began to look for the treasure. They dug the field from one end to the other, not once but several times, but they could not find any treasure. Then the eldest son said to the others, “I’m sure there is no treasure here, but now that the field is ploughed we may as well sow it, harvest it and then sell the rice.”
The others agreed and they began to work. The field was sowed. When the rice was yellow it was harvested and sold.
When the money was received by the brothers, they remembered their father’s words. Now they understood that there was indeed treasure in the field, but it could only be got by hard work.
126. What was the farmer afraid of when he had died?
A. His three sons were lazy.
B. His three sons did not like working.
C. His three sons would live in poverty.
D. His three sons could not find any treasure.
E. His three sons would not receive any money from him.
127. Which statement from the text shows that the sons believed there was treasure in the field?
A. They remembered their father’s words.
B. They dug the field from one end to the other.
C. Some time after this the old farmer died.
D. The others agreed and they began to work.
E. When the rice was yellow, it was harvested and sold.
128. The fourth paragraph tells us about ………
A. the sons’ success to find the treasure in the field
B. the farmer’s message to find the treasure in the field
C. the farmer’s concern about the future of his sons
D. the sons’ hard work to cultivate the land
E. the sons’ effort to find the treasure in the field
129. What is the moral lesson from the story?
A. There is always treasure in the field.
B. Poverty will always follow laziness.
C. Success is not as sweet as you think.
D. Success will always follow hard work.
E. Success is measured by richness.
The following text is for question number 130 to 137
THE TRICKY HERON
Far away in the mountains, there was a small, quiet lake. The fish which lived in the lake were very happy until a heron came to live nearby. With his long beak, he caught some of the fish every day and ate them. As soon as a fish swam too close to the surface of the water, the heron caught it.
But time passed, and the heron became old and too slow to catch many of the fish. So he thought of a trick.
“What a pity, my beautiful fish, that you don’t know of the danger that is so near,” he said loudly.
“What danger is there – except your sharp beak?” asked the fish from a safe distance.
“That is not true.” Said the heron as he smiled to himself. “Today I heard the villagers say they were going to empty this lake and take all the fish out.”
When they heard this, the fish were very frightened. “We will all die. This is the end of the world.”
“Don’t give up hope,” said the heron, “I’ll help you. There is another lake on the other side of this mountain. It has clear water and is even bigger than this lake. If you like, I’ll carry each of you over there on my back”.
The silly fish had now forgotten the sharp beak of the heron and were glad that he could help them.
“I must do it slowly as I am old. I can only take a few of you each day,” said the heron, who was happy that his plan had worked.
Every day, he took two or three fish out of the lake and flew away with them over the mountain.
A rather clever crab also lived in the lake. He did not trust the old heron. One day, he sharpened his claws and then asked to be taken to the new lake. He crawled onto the heron’s back and up they went. When they were high above the mountain, the heron suddenly dived down and tried to throw the crab off his back. But the crab held on firmly with its legs. They passed a stone which was covered with fish bones. Immediately, the crab knew where the bones had come from.
“You dreadful creature!” he said to the heron. “You cheated the fish and you brought them here and ate them.”
Then he pinched the heron’s back with his sharp claws and pulled off the feathers from the heron’s neck. The wounded heron returned to the ground at once and the crab crawled away.
When the crab returned to the lake, he told the fish what had happened. He told them about the pile of bones he had seen on the rock. Then the fish saw how foolish they had been and they thanked the crab for saving their lives.
Once again, the lake became quiet and peaceful and the heron never came back again.
(Favourite stories from Japan)
130. Where did the story happen?
A. In a village.
B. In a lake
C. In a mountain.
D. In a river
E. On a stone
131. How was the life there?
132. What happened when a heron came to live nearby?
A. He caught and ate the fish.
B. He kept the fish
C. He flew away from the mountain.
D. He swam in the lake
E. He ate the crab
133. Why did the heron play a trick? Because ….
A. he was too old to catch fish.
B. his beak was too long.
C. he could fly.
D. he hurt his back.
E. the lake was out of water.
134. What was the trick?
A. The Heron lied that the villagers would empty the lake.
B. The Heron pretended to became old and too slow
C. The Heron played dangerous move.
D. The Heron took the fish in a safe distance.
E. The Heron asked the villagers to take out all the fish.
135. What did the crab do when he was on the heron’s back?
A. He pinched his back.
B. He killed him
C. He bit him
D. He pulled his tail out.
E. He cut his neck.
136. What did the crab do when he returned to the lake? Told the fish ….
A. The heron was dead.
B. That he was trapped by the heron.
C. The villagers would took the fish away.
D. What the Heron did to the fish
E. The lake was not save for the fish.
137. How was the life in the lake then?
A. Quiet and peaceful
E. Horrible .
The following text is for question number 138 to 142
THE STRONGER MAN
There was once a very famous General. He was a very strong fine tall man. He was fond of saying that he would give all the money in his purse to any man was stronger than himself.
One day, when the general was out riding with some friends, his horse stumbled and cast a shoe. There was a village just ahead, and the horse was led up to the door of a blacksmith.
The blacksmith was also a fine tall man, with broad shoulders and strong arms. The general asked him to bring out one of his best horse-shoes.
The blacksmith did so. Then the general, looking at it, said, “This is poor stuff. It will not stand work. Look here!” He took it in his strong hands, and with one twist, he broke the iron like a biscuit.
For a moment the blacksmith looked at him then he brought out another shoe, which the general treated in the same way. Then, the general said,” I see it no use picking and choosing among such a trashy lot. Give me another shoe, and let me go away!”
The blacksmith brought another shoe and fitted it on the horse. Then the general tossed him a gold coin. The blacksmith held it up to the light and said, “ This coin of yours is poor stuff, my lord. Look here!”
He took the coin between his fingers and thumb, and with one pinch, he cracked it into two like a wafer.
It was now the general’s turn to stare. He gave the man a second coin, and it was broken in the same way.
Then the blacksmith said, “I see it no use picking and choosing among such a trashy lot: give me another coin and we will say good bye!”
The general looked at him, then burst into a laugh, “Fairly caught!” He then said, “My man, I promised all the money in my purse to anyone I met stronger than myself. Here it is; it is yours. Now come along with me and serve as smith in my army. You shall not repent having met me.”
And the general was as good as his word.
138. What made the general come to the blacksmith’s house?
A. He needed his new shoes.
B. His friend asked him to go there.
C. His horse lost one of its shoe.
D. His horse needed the best shoes.
E. He wanted to prove his power.
139. Why did the blacksmith crack the coin given by the general?
A. He didn’t want the coin.
B. He took revenge of the general.
C. He needed more coin.
D. He wanted to say good bye.
E. He didn’t like the general.
140. Which sentence is not true about the text?
A. The general was a responsible man.
B. The general kept his promise.
C. The general admitted the blacksmith’s ability.
D. The general didn’t get any shoes for his horse.
E. The general underestimated the blacksnith for the first time.
141. “You shall not repent having met me.”
The synonym of the underlined word is ….
C. get confused
D. be afraid of
142. ‘Here it is; it is yours.’
The underlined word refers to ….
A. The coin
B. The money
C. The purse
D. The horse-shoe
E. The smith
The following text is for question number 143 to 146
Once upon a time, a long time ago, in far away place, there was a special kind of animal. This animal lived in a beautiful forest. It was like a spirit. The animal was called a unicorn and it had special magic power.
The creator gave the unicorn the special magical power to help it give confidence to young children. The unicorn was able to make their dream come true. The unicorn gave the children confidence and hope. It could give them the magic of youth and the confidence to reach for their dreams, goals, and beliefs. He could do this because the children were pure like little angels that come from heaven.
One day, a young girl named Delsy was walking in the forest. She saw a beautiful unicorn standing in a pond with flowers surrounding him. His long mane was orange like the sunset. He had a blue shiny coat like the blue sky.
Delsy talked the unicorn and the unicorn spoke to her. It gave her the confidence that he could succeed in life. The unicorn promised that he would watch over her. He told her to close her eyes. When Delsy opened her eyes, she vanished into the forest. All around the forest there were butterflies of all colours.
It was getting dark and Delsy had to go home. Many years later when Delsy had grown up, she remembered the day. The promise the unicorn had made to her really had come true.
143. What is the strength of the unicorn?
A. It was a special kind of animal
B. Its special magical power
C. It was like a spirit
D. It helped children.
E. It was like a little angel.
144. Which statement is not true according to the text?
A. There were a lot of butterflies in Delsy’s home
B. The unicorn gave Delsy confidence so she could succeed in her life.
C. Delsy went home in the evening.
D. The promise of the unicorn really came true.
E. Delsy met the unicorn when she was in the forest.
145. The promise the unicorn had made to her really had come true.
What does the underlined phrase mean?
A. had been reality
B. had gone away
C. had no mistakes
D. had been wrong
E. had appeared
146. “The unicorn gave the children confidence and hope.”(paragraph 4)
The sentence above is the same as …
A. The children was given by unicorn confidence and hope.
B. The children were given by unicorn confidence and hope.
C. The children are given by unicorn confidence and hope.
D. The children is given by unicorn confidence and hope.
E. The children confidence and hope was given by unicorn.
The following text is for question number 146 to 1
Once upon a time there was a beautiful place called Neverland where Peter Pan and Tinker Bell lived. Not so far from this place is the city of London where John, Wendy and Michael Darling lived. They really loved the story of Peter. One day Peter Pan appeared and asked the children to fly to Neverland. They were very excited to see the scenery and beauty of Neverland. Then they were surprised to know the existence of a cruel pirate called Captain Hook. One day captain hook captured Tinker bell and forced her to show Peter Pan’s place. In doing so all Peter’s friends, the darlings, were captured and taken to the pirate ship. Captain Hook frightened the children by putting them on the plank.
Suddenly Peter Pan appeared and stopped everything. In a fierce duel, he threw Hook and all the pirates overboard. Hook was chased away by a crocodile, and nobody cared to save him.
The darlings were so happy and thankful to Peter Pan. They told Peter their intention to go home. With the sprinkle of Tinker Bell’s Pixie Dust, Captain Hook’s pirate ship was sailing through the skies of Neverland, heading back to the Darlings home in London.
147. The text tells the story of …
B. The Darlings
C. Peter Pan and Tinker Bell
D. Problems faced by Peter Pan
E. Captain Hook’s cruelness
148. Paragraph two mainly tells …
A. Peter Pan’s action to save the Tinker Bell
B. the death of Captain Hook.
C. how Hook save his own life.
D. the fight between Peter and Hook.
E. Peter Pan’s coming to save Tinker Bell and the Darlings.
149. What is the problem faced by Peter Pan?
A. Captain Hook and Peter Pan had a fierce duel.
B. Peter’s friends were captured by Captain Hook.
C. The ship flew over the sky to the city of London.
D. The darlings left their home and flew to the Neverland.
E. The Darlings told Peter their intention to go home.
150. “One day Captain Hook captured Tinker Bell and …”
The underlined word is similar to …
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