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Daftar Link Soal-soal Bahasa Inggris SMA kelas 10 dan 11
- 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
The following text is for question number 151 to 153
Shopping in a foreign country can be fun and exciting
During my short course in Bali I went shopping at one of the shopping malls near the school. It was the first time I had ever been shopping in a foreign country. After paying for my goods, I waited at the cash desk for my change (around a few hundred rupiah), but the cashier said, “sudah”. I thought this was a question so I replied “Ya”. I carried on waiting for my change and eventually asked the cashier, “Where is my change?” She looked confused so I rephrased my question to “Where is my money – the 300 hundred rupiahs?” she understood but just pointed to a small plastic announcement stuck on the cash register that said “Please apologize. Small change will be replaced with candy”. Yes, I had three candies with my receipt but I thought they were complimentary from the mall. I was rather angry about the change, especially when I thought I had to apologize for the inconvenience caused by the mall. Later I found out the mall had missed-translated the word “apologize” and what they meant was “sorry”. Both words are “maaf” in Indonesia. So, they were sorry they had to give me candies instead of change, and I didn’t have to apologize!
151. Why did the writer get angry?
A. Because he had to pay more money
B. Because he had to apologize to the mall for
C. Because he got complimentary candies
D. Because he just got three candies.
E. Because of the convenience of the mall.
152. “… when I thought I had to apologize for the inconvenience caused by the mall.” (line 11). The word in italic can best be replaced by ….
153. “She looked confused….” (line 5). She here refers to …
A. The writer
B. The shop assistant
C. The cashier
D. The mall representative
E. The mall
The following text is for question number 154 to 157
‘Love hit me when I was twelve. I was still in shorts but little hairs were starting to grow on my upper lip. A young girl named Lucy lived in the flat above ours. She was pretty with lovely, brown hair, and perfect teethed. One day after I saved my pocket money for some time. I invited Lucy to go to a variety show with me. I only had seventy cents but I had worked it all out: two tickets, twenty dollars.
It was January and it had snowed earlier that day so we took the tram. Lucy looked charming and I looked handsome as we got off in Times Square. Unfortunately a candy vendor was standing outside the theatre. I hadn’t thought about that. Lucy saw her favourite coconut candy and asked for it. Like a fool, I bought it for ten cents.
We were miles away from the stage and the noise of Lucy eating her candy was louder than the actors’ voices. During the performance, Lucy ate every single bit of candy. On the way out, I was a bit upset about the candy. But then I realized I only had enough money for one ticket back home. Today I feel terrible about this but remember I was only twelve, it was very cold, and Lucy had eaten all the candy.
I turned to her and said, ‘Lucy, when we left home I had seventy cents, enough for the tickets and the tram fare. I hadn’t planned on candy. You wanted candy and you had all the candy. I have every right to go home by tram and leave you to walk. But you know, I’m mad about you. So I’m going to give you a fair chance. I’m going to toss this coin. If it’s heads, you get to ride home. If it’s tails, I ride home.” It was tails. For some curious reason, Lucy never spoke to me again. What had I done wrong?
154. Which is NOT the event happening based on the text?
A. The writer was still in shorts when he had his first date with Lucy.
B. The writer rode tram to get the variety show.
C. Lucy was bought coconut candy by the writer.
D. The writer could not enjoy the show as Lucy eating candy was louder.
E. The writer did not walk home.
155. What was the relationship between the writer and Lucy?
A. They were classmates.
B. They stayed at the same house.
C. They were neighbours.
D. They were young lovers.
E. They were still at elementary school.
156. “Today I feel terrible about this but remember I was only twelve, it was very cold, and Lucy had eaten all the candy.” (p. 3).
The underlined word refers to ……
A. the coconut candy.
B. the fact that he had bought Lucy coconut candy.
C. Lucy eating candy was louder than the actor’s voice
D. the fact that writer only had one ticket back home.
E. that Lucy had eaten all the candy.
157. “But you know, I’m mad about you. So I’m going to give you a fair chance.” (p. 4)
The synonym of the underlined word is ……
The following text is for question number158 to 160
One day Tommy was walking home from the school. He saw a man coming out of a shop. The man was carrying a lot of things. He was walking toward his car. Suddenly something fall from his pocket. Tommy saw it, but the man did not.
Tommy ran and picked up the thing. It was wallet.
“Sir, you dropped your wallet”, Tommy called. The man stopped and turned round.
“You dropped your wallet”, Tommy repeated. “Here is it. It fell from your pocket when you were walking”. Tommy gave him the wallet.
‘Oh, thank you very much”, the man said.
“It’s all right”, Tommy answered. The man opened the wallet and took out some money.
“Here, this is for you”, he said. Tommy refused by saying, “I don’t want the money, I just wanted to help you”.
The man smiled and said, “All right, I am not going to give you away any money, but please, let me take you home”. “All right”, Tommy said and go into the car. In the car they talked about Tommy’s school. Tommy was telling him about his friends when they arrived.
“This is my house”, Tommy said. ”Won’t you come in?” Then the man went with Tommy into the house. He met Tommy’s parents and told them what happened.
Tommy’s parents were very proud of their son.
158. What was Tommy doing at the beginning?
A. He was talking a wallet.
B. He was carrying a lot of things.
C. He was coming out of a shop.
D. He was walking home from the school.
E. He was walking to school.
159. Who told Tommy’s parents what had happened?
A. Tommy did.
B. The man did.
C. Tommy’s friend did.
D. The man’s friend did.
E. Tommy’s friends did.
160. “Tommy was telling him about his friends when they arrived”.
The word “they” refers to….
A. The man and Tommy’s father.
B. The man and Tommy.
C. Tommy and his friends.
D. Tommy and his parents.
E. The man and Tommy’s friends.
The following text is for question number 161 to 163
Yesterday, I went to the Glendi Festival with nine other students from my class to take part in the dancing and to have a good time. This festival is held in March each year in a big city park.
At first, we went together to eat in one of the tents. We bought souvlakia, yiros, chips, roast corn on the cob and drinks. Everything was so tasty.
Afterwards, we visited the school tent where we viewed the student projects from many schools. Later, we gathered in front of the large stage. The announcer was calling the school teams one by one to dance Greek dances. Our turn came! We danced two dances, a kalamatiano and hasapiko. The crowd gave us a great applause. At the end of the day we were all tired but happy because we had a wonderful time.
161. Why did the writer and her friends get a great applause?
A. because they had a good team
B. because they showed their school projects there
C. because they made the festival succeed
D. because they danced well
E. because they sold delicious food and drink in the festival
162. Everything was so tasty. The underlined word means ……
B. food and drink
E. the view
163. Where did the writer and her friends dance? They danced ….
A. in the hall
B. on a large stage
C. in front of a big tent
D. at school
E. in a big tent
The following text is for question number 164 to 200
Before telescope was invented, astronomy consisted largely of measuring and predicting the positions of stars and planets observed by naked eyes.
In 1609 a revolution began when Galileo Galilei used a telescope to reveal a mountain on the moon, Jupiter’s moon and countless stars in the Milky Way. Despite these amazing discoveries, however, for the next 250 years astronomy was predominantly devoted to measuring positions and cataloging.
Almost 150 years ago, the first identification of a chemical element in the sun was made using spectrograph, which separates sunlight into its component colors.
This marked the start of our ability to deduce the composition of the stars. The science of astrophysics was born.
164. When was the first identification of a chemical element in the sun made using spectrograph?
A. In 150
B. In 1609
C. 150 years ago
D. almost 250 years ago
E. almost 150 years ago
165. “…..Galileo Galilei used a telescope to reveal a mountain on the moon”. (par 2). What is the closest meaning of the underlined word?
The following text is for question number 166 to
At The Fair
It was the night of the fair, and the children at Tim’s school were really excited. They ran down the path out of the school as fact as they could. Tim ran all the way home, and changed into his jeans and sneakers. He ate his dinner quickly, and sat at the window waiting for his dad to come home. He couldn’t wait for six o’clock when the fair would begin. He had been saving his pocket money for weeks.
When Tim and his family arrived at the fair, it had just opened. Already there were crowds of people swarming around food stalls, displays and dozens of rides. “Can I buy some chips and a drink?” asked Tim.
“Okay,” said Tim’s dad. “But hang on tightly to your wallet. There’s a lot of people around.”
“I’ll be fine,” said Tim impatiently.
He found a food stall, and ordered his food. When the man brought chips and drink, without thinking, Tim put his wallet on the counter and picked up his food and drink. When he glanced back, his wallet had vanished! Tim desperately looked around, but it was no use. If only he had listened to his dad. All his pocket money was gone.
166. Tim lost his wallet when he was . . . .
A. At school
B. At the fair gate
C. On his way home
D. Among the crowds
E. At one of the food stalls
167. Tim felt sorry because . . . .
A. He couldn’t wait
B. His father came late
C. He didn’t listen to his father’s advice
D. His father didn’t give him pocket money
E. He bought the chip and a drink with his own money
168. The main idea of the last paragraph is . . . .
A. Tim lost his money
B. Tim ordered chips and a drink
C. Tim took his money out of his wallet
D. Tim asked the man to bring his food
E. Tim picked up the food he ordered
169. “. . . , without thinking, Tim put his wallet on the counter
and picked up his food and drink.” (par 5)
The underlined word means a kind of . . . .
170. “Can I buy some chips and a drink?” asked Tim.
Tim asked to his father . . . .
A. Weather Tim could bought some chips and a drink
B. That Tim can bought some chips and a drink
C. If Tim can buy some chips and a drink
D. If Tim could buy some chips and a drink
E. Weather Tim could was bought some chips and a drink.
The following text is for question number 171 to 172
Picasso was one of the most outstanding and important artist of the 1900’s. He is best known of his paintings. Almost every style in modern art is represented in Picasso’s works.
Picasso was born in 1881 in Malaga, Spain as the son of an art teacher. He studied painting with his father and also in Madrid.
From about 1895 to 1901 he painted realistic works in a traditional style. Then, he entered what was called the blue period. During this time he only used shades of blue in his paintings to show poverty he saw in Barcelona.
After 1907, he entered into the style of cubism. Among his well-known cubist painting are “The three Musicians” and “The man with a guitar” which depict the destruction of a Spanish town.
Picasso died in France in 1973.
171. When and where was he born?
A. France, 1973
B. Malaga, Spain 1881
C. Barcelona, 1907
D. Madrid. 1881
E. Malaga, Spain 1901
172. Why did he become famous?
A. He studied painting with his father in Madrid.
B. He was one of the most outstanding and important artists of the 1900’s.
C. He painted realistic works in a traditional style.
D. He entered into the style of cubism.
E. He entered what was called the blue period.
The following text is for question number 173 to
I think my first memories began when I started school at about five years old. I lived in a Suburb of Sydney. I had a happy childhood. I remember playing in a big garden. I fell from a big tree and broke my hand. I remember I had a naughty friend named Giant-O, because he was fat. He liked hitting and pulling my head. It was so pathetic. One day I hit him over the head with my bag. His parents were very angry with me. But I didn’t feel sorry at all at that time .Nevertheless, since the Giant-O has become my good friend. It was such an unforgettable childhood.
173. Which statement is true according to the text?
A. When she was a child she fell from a tree and broke her head.
B. She was living outside Sydney when she was a child.
C. The teacher was very angry with the boy because he hit her.
D. Giant-O hit me with his bag.
E. Giant-O has become the writer’s good friend.
The following text is for question number 174 to 176
A Helping Hand
Lila, Jessie and I were on our way to school. As we were crossing the road. We saw an old woman carrying a big basket of fruits. The old woman looked like she was in pain. She dropped her basket of fruits and squatted down.
We ran towards her and asked, “Are you all rights?”. The old woman could not reply. She just shook her head. “I’ll call an ambulance”, said Jessie. Then she ran to a public telephone at a nearby coffee shop and called for an ambulance.
A few minutes letter the ambulance arrived and took old woman to nearest hospital. That day we visited the old woman in the hospital after school.
The old woman was very happy to see and she thanked us for helping her.
174. What was the old woman carrying?
A. a. Food
175. Why did the girls run toward the old woman?
Because the old woman
A. Fell down when crossing the road
B. Was in pain and squatting down
C. Was rushing across the road
D. Wanted the girls to go to her
E. Was knock down by a car
176. What is the communicative purpose of the text
A. to describe about an incident
B. to report events the readers factually happened
C. to entertain the readers about an incident
D. to tell the writer’s experience about helping the old woman
E. to inform the readers about an incident on their way to school
The following text is for question number 177 to
I usually get up at 6 o’clock and go for a jog. But yesterday was different as I didn’t hear the alarm, so I overslept, err, that means I woke up late at about 10.30. So I jumped on my bicycle and rode straight to school. However, when I got to school no one was there. The school was empty : closed. Why ? Then I remembered, yesterday was a holiday. There were no classes, no teachers and no chatting with friends at recess. At about noon, feeling hungry, I stopped at Mac’s to have something to eat. What a mistake, because the waitress was very slow and when she finally brought my food she spilled some coffee on my brand new dress. Then my bike had a flat tire so I had to push it all the way home. In the afternoon I played tennis with my friends as usual. Then the evening we planed to go out to a movie, but it rained too hard, so I stayed home, alone, and watched TV. But even the TV programs weren’t very good last night, so I went to bed early. What a day !
177. Why did the writer weak up late ? Because…
A. he usually gets up at six
B. he overslept
C. he went for a jog
D. he studied all night long
E. his alarm clock was broken
178. There was no one at school because… .
A. every body was going home
B. the school has start it
C. he was too late
D. the teachers had recess
E. it was holiday
179. Which one is NOT TRUE according to the text ?
A. He had a flat tire and pushed it all the way home.
B. He stopped at Mac’s to have something to drink.
C. A waitress spilled some coffee on her dress.
D. It rained hard so he didn’t go out to a movie.
E. He stayed home and watched TV.
180. Why does the writer say ‘What a day?’ Because … .
A. he forgot the date
B. he didn’t remember the day
C. he really had a bad day
D. it was such a nice story
E. he showed his surprise
181. The social purpose of the text is … .
A. To entertain the readers with funny story
B. To tell the unusual incident for amusing readers
C. To describe the writer’s typical day
D. To explain how the bad day happened
E. To retell events in the past
The following text is for question number 182 to 185
A visit to a Wildlife Park
I recently visited Sydney with my parents. We visited many interesting places. The one I enjoyed best was the Wildlife Park.
The Wildlife Park has a lot different Australian animals and birds. There are over 600 animals, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas and crocodiles. They are kept in their natural surroundings. I much preferred the Wildlife Park to a zoo where a lot of animals are in cages.
We were able to walk along the kangaroos and wallabies. We were even allowed to touch them and to feed them. It was very exciting to be very so close to them.
We saw koala bears. They looked very cuddly. I got my photograph taken with one of them. It is a wonderful souvenir of my holiday in Sydney.
We also went to see the crocodiles. The Wildlife Park has a lot of fresh-water and salt-water crocodiles. Some of them were very big and scary with huge teeth. I did not get very close to them.
We also visited the aviary. There were some very colorful birds there. I really liked an old parrot which could talk.
I wish we could have spent more time in the Wildlife Park. There were so much to see.
182. What animals did the writer see in the Park ?
A. Animals, birds.
B. Cuddly wallabies.
C. Kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, lions.
D. Big and scary kangaroos.
E. Wallabies, crocodiles, koalas, kangaroos.
183. How do you think of the writer’s holiday?
A. It was enjoyable.
B. It was exhausted.
C. It was boring.
D. It was unuseful.
E. It wasted a lot of time.
184. What is aviary ?
A. It is a park.
B. A big cage for birds.
C. It is an animal.
D. A cage for parrot only.
E. A cage for small bird.
185. Which paragraph shows the orientation of the text ?
A. The first paragraph.
B. The second paragraph.
C. The third and fourth paragraphs.
D. The fifth and sixth paragraphs.
E. The seventh paragraph.
The following text is for question number186 to
When I was a Junior High School student, I loved writing. In the first grade I wrote short stories in Indonesian. Our Indonesian teacher taught us how to write good composition.
In the second grade my composition was still written in Indonesian. I began to write in English when I was in the third grade. When we were writing, the teacher always approached us and corrected our work. I think she was a good teacher as she never let us work alone. In fact, almost all of my classmates loved writing, therefore we were praised by her. I myself like to write composition related to humanity such as culture, love, family life,relationship,etc. Among the students, I was the best. Lucky me, when I was in the third grade, a precious gift was granted to me. Guess, what kind of prize it was. Thank God, it is not money, trophy or the like. But an encyclopedia of ancient buildings. It is wonderful and colourful. With this book I can enrich my knowledge about the designers, the architecture, the buildings themselves and many things related to them. Even the book inspired me to study architecture.
186. When did the writer start writing ?
A. In the first grade of Junior High School.
B. In the second grade of Junior High School.
C. In the third grade of Junior High School.
D. When he finished studying his Junior High School.
E. When he graduated from Junior High School.
187. Why was he granted a precious gift ? Because…… .
A. he loved writing
B. he wrote composition
C. he liked composition
D. he was the best in writing
E. he was a writer of English composition
188. What kind of gift did he receive ?
D. money and trophy
E. writing book
189. What do you call a man working on architecture ?
B. Architectural engineer
The following text is for question number 190 to 193
My mother delivered me without the help of my father. She raised my sister and myself single-handed, I do not know how she managed: bringing up children alone in Karenni State is very tough. I could only go to school thanks to the support of generous neighbours and relatives. As I grew up, I realised I had never seen my father. I started to think about it because my friends had fathers. I thought about it often. I wanted to have a father to spend time with, like my friends. I did not know where my father was, what he looked like, and I wanted to find out more about him. I asked my mother, but instead of replying, she started to cry , so I did not asked again. I thought perhaps I could find out something about my father from our neighbours.When I asked, I found I did have a father, and although he wanted to be with my mother, he loved his Karenni people more than he loved us. When conflict between the SLORC (State Law and Order Restoration Council) and KNPP (Karen Nationalities Progress Party) became increasingly volatile, he was unable to return to visit my mother. The last time he returned home was when my mother had me in her tomb.
(Taken from WAR HAS CHANGED OUR LIFE, NOT OUR SPIRIT )
190. What is the text about ?
A. A mother who delivered her children.
B. A father who wanted to see his children.
C. A girl who lived without her father.
D. A family who lived peacefully in Karenni.
E. A mother with her children.
191. How did the writer’s mother take care of her children ?
A. She did it herself.
B. Without the help of her grandfather.
C. Together with her husband.
D. In a camp of refugees.
E. She was tough-minded.
192. The writer had never seen her father because … .
A. her father had died in a war before she was born
B. her father never returned home after she had been born
C. her parents divorced
D. she loved her father very much
E. she wanted to see her father so much
193. She raised my sister and myself single-handed,… .
The underlined words means … .
D. by themselves
E. with a single one
The following text is for question number 194 to 195
Jack had a small red car, and he liked driving it very fast. This was all right when he was out in the country, but it towns and big villages driving fast is dangerous, so there is always a speed limit. In Jack’s country it was fifty kilometers an hour. Jack often drove faster than that through towns.
One day Jack was driving his small red car through a town when a very young policeman stopped him and said “You were driving at more than fifty kilometers an hour, Sir. Please give your name and address”
Jack looked at the young policeman carefully for a few seconds and then said to him, “But I started my journey less than an hour ago!”
The policeman was new to his work and didn’t know the answer to Jack’s excuse. He thought for a few seconds and then let Jack go.
194. Which statement is right according to the text ?
A. Jack always obeyed the traffic regulation.
B. The policeman felt sorry about Jack’s car.
C. Jack’s country was fifty kilometers away.
D. The policeman asked Jack to drive faster.
E. Jack often drove his car in a very high speed.
195. “You were driving at more than fifty kilometers an hour, Sir ….”
What did the policeman talk about ?
A. The speed of the car.
B. The length of the road.
C. The kilometers he passed.
D. The journey the driver took.
E. Jack’s journey that is less than an hour.
The following text is for question number 196 to 199
Galileo Galilei was born in 1564 in the city of Pisa, Italy. About twenty years later he attended the university of Pisa. At first, he wanted to become a doctor, but while he was there he became interested in science and decided to become a scientist. In 1592, a year after his fathers’s death, the university of Padua invited him to be a professor of mathematics. He stayed there for 19 years, where he became interested in the stars. He made an instrument which made far away things look larger and easier to examine. This was called the telescope. It could make things look thirty-two times as big as they looked to the eye. Galileo could see many stars through his telescope and he began to study the stars and other things in the sky.
He studied the moon first and discovered that it was a sphere just like our own earth with mountains and valleys. When he studied the stars, he discovered that the “stars” which moved were not really stars, but worlds like the earth. He proved that Copernicus was right, the earth and the planets indeed moved around the sun. Galileo also discovered that one big planet Jupiter, had four moons, but he made a mistake by naming them planets.
Galileo discovered many other things too. It is because of Galileo that we now have clocks and watches. He also wrote many important books which opened the way to the discovery of new things. Unfortunately, in 1637 he lost his eye-sight. However he continued to work until he passed away on January 8, 1642.
196. Which sentence is right according to the text?
A. Galileo was born as a blind child.
B. According to Copernicus, the earth was the center of the universe.
C. Galileo died when he was 78 years old.
D. Copernicus invented the telescope.
E. Jupiter has four planets.
197. The word discovered (Par.2) has the same meaning as … .
D. found out
198. When did Galileo’s father passed away ?
A. In 1564
B. In 1593
C. In 1591
D. In 1642
E. In 1592
199. How old was Galileo when he became blind ?
A. 37 years old
B. 73 years old
C. 42 years old
D. 78 years old
E. 64 years old
The following text is for question number 200 to 202
On Wednesday, my students and I went to Jogjakarta. We stayed at Mutiara Hotel which is not far from Malioboro.
On Tuesday we visited the temple in Prambanan. There are three big temples, the Brahmana, Syiwa and Wishnu temples. They are really amazing. We visited only Brahmana and Syiwa temples, because Wishnu temple is being renovated.
On Friday morning we went to Sultan’s Palace. We spent about two hours there. We were lucky because we were led by a smart and friendly guide. Then we continued our journey to Borobudur. We arrived there at 04.00 p.m. At 05.00 p.m. we heard an announcement that Borobudur gate would be closed.
In the evening we left for Jakarta by train.
200. What does the text tell us about?
A. The writer’s trip to Jogjakarta
B. The writer’s first visit to Prambanan
C. The writer’s impression about guide
D. The writer’s experience in Jogja Kraton
E. The writer’s impression about Borobudur
201. What is the main idea of the second paragraph?
A. Visiting Borobudur
B. Visiting Jogjakarta
C. Going to Jogja Kraton
D. Visiting Prambanan Temple
E. Visiting Brahma and Shiwa temples
202. “Then we continued our journey to Borobudur.” (Paragraph 3)
The underlined word has the closest meaning to …
The following text is for question number 203 to 204
Last night, our family went to the Balldome to watch the Kings play the shooters. When we got to the stadium we were shown to our seats by the usher. Just as we sat down the band played the national anthem and so we stood. After the anthem both teams entered the court. As they did, the cheerleaders waved their streamers. Next, the referee placed his whistle in his mouth and signaled the start of play.
203. The text mainly tells us about . . . .
A. the beauty of Balldome stadium
B. the cheerleaders performance
C. the opening ceremony before the game in Balldome stadium
D. the smart usher
E. the first experience before the play
204. Who shows the seat to the family?
A. the cheerleaders
B. the referee
C. the usher
D. the band players
E. the King’s team
The following text is for question number 205 to 208
The Best Remedy
Cheating was one of the bad habits that I couldn’t get rid of. One day, during a test, I finished faster than my best friend who sat next to me. Amazingly, I didn’t cheat on that exam because I had really studied the night before and I could answer all of the questions quite easily. Seeing that I had finished, my friend signaled me asking me to cheat for her. She indicated she didn’t have the nerve to do it herself. I told her to look out of the teacher while I took a peek at my note book while I was doing that. Suddenly, out of nowhere, someone pinched my ear and I heard the whole class laughed at me. Yep, the teacher was standing behind us and had watched the whole scene. Needless to say, I never cheated again.
(C’ NS English Teen Magazine Vol 4 No. 26)
205. What does the text above tell us about? It’s the writer’s experience ….
A. in the exam.
B. in helping her friend
C. about the past event.
D. when he was doing his exam.
E. when he was cheating for her friend during the exam.
206. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. How the writer stopped cheating
B. Why the teacher pinched the writer’s ear
C. What the writer’s friend asked him to do
D. How the writer did the test
E. When the writer stopped cheating
207. “She indicated she didn’t have the nerve to do it herself.”
The meaning of the underlined word is....
B. gave attention
C. showed a value or change
D. knew more detail
The following text is for question number 208 to 210
You’ll be in My Heart
Come, stop crying it will be alright
Just take my hand, hold it tight
I will protect you from, all around you
I will be here, don’t you cry
For one so small, you seem so strong
My arms will hold you, keep you safe and warm
This bond between us, can’t be broken
I will be here, don’t you cry
Cause you’ll be in my heart
Yes,you’ll be in my heart
From this day on
Now and forever more
You’ll be in my heart
No matter what they say
You’ll be here in my heart, always
Why can’t they understand the way we feel ?
They just don’t trust, what they can’t explain
I know we’re different but, deep inside us
We’re not that different at all
Don’t listen to them, cause what do they know?
We need each other, to have, to hold
They’ll see in time, I know
When destiny calls you, you must be strong
I may not be with you, but you’ve got to hold on
They’ll see in time, I know
We’ll show them together
Believe me, I’ll be there
You’ll be here in my heart
I’ll be with you
Always, I’ll be with you
I’ll be there for you
Always, always, and always
Just look over your shoulder
I’ll be there, always
208. What does the song tell us about ?
A. A baby that is crying all day long.
B. A mother who holds herself tight.
C. Someone who is so small and weak.
D. Someone asks the baby to hold her tight.
E. A mother who takes a crying baby to keep him safe.
209. What is the problem that is found in the text ?
A. All around her disagree with her.
B. They can’t explain the problem.
C. They won’t see them again.
D. They’re not different at all.
E. All of them hate her.
210. Which is NOT RIGHT according to the text ?
A. The baby is so small but seems so strong.
B. The woman won’t always be with the baby.
C. The woman and the baby are different but not different at all.
D. At the beginning, all around her don’t understand what they feel.
E. She believes, when the time comes, all around her will understand them.
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