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“Any person who take or remove the safety equipment (life vest) in this aircraft shall be punished under article 479 of Indonesia Criminal act.”
1. Where would you find such kind of the notice?
a. Bus c. Train
b. Ship d. Plane
2. What does the text mean?
a. We can take the life vest wherever we go
b. We can use the live vest on the aircraft
c. We are not allowed to take the life vest
d. We will be punished if we leave the live vest in that place
3. The text above is a kind of ……
a. a brochure c. an instruction
b. a warning d. an advertisement
The Red Arrow Express runs form Hong Kong to London
Day 1 Monday – Depart London
After a champagne breakfast passengers depart Liverpool street station at 09.40 hours in the morning, traveling via Harwich to the Hook of Holland. Overnight on the train.
Day 2 Tuesday – Osnabruck / East Germany / Berlin / Warsaw
Cross into East Germany, passing Berlin and Warsaw, and then on towards the Soviet Union border overnight on the train
Day 3 Wednesday – Minsk / Moscow
The border with the Soviet Union is reached just before midnight, then the train continue through South Western Russia, arriving in Moscow at 15.00 hours. Transfer to the hotel
Day 4 Thursday – Moscow
At leisure in Moscow, with a program of visits to some of Moscow’s museums and exhibitions.
Day 5 Friday – Moscow / Trans – Siberian Express
Leave for the station, after breakfast, boarding trans Siberian Express in the direction of Novosibirsk Overnight on the train.
4. Which station does the holiday begin at?
a. Liverpool street c. Osnabruck
b. East Germany d. Harwich
5. When the train leavers London on Day 1, what will the travelers have for breakfast?
a. Burger c. Champagne
b. Bread d. Fried Rice
6. What is the text about?
a. The travel information c. A Holiday tour
b. The holiday prices d. A plan of journey
7. Day 5. “Leave for the station after breakfast.” The phrase underlined means …..
a. land up c. arrive at
b. go to d. come out
8. How long will the tour last?
a. Three days c. Five days
b. Four days d. Six days
9. How will the travelers go?
a. By airplane c. By ship
b. By bus d. By train
No Teams Play Win Draw Lose Score
1 Blue 6 5 1 - 16
2 Red 6 4 2 - 14
3 Orange 6 4 1 1 13
4 Purple 6 3 1 2 10
5 Green 6 3 - 3 9
Resources : sport journal vol. 3
10. The champion of the tournament is …..
a. The Orange c. The Blue
b. The Purple d. The Red
(1) The Zeppelin Company made enormous airships. They were like big ships with dining rooms, lounges and cabins, but they crossed the Atlantic in tow days. They were fast; in 1929, an airship called the Graf Zeppelin went round the world in twenty-one days. (2) On 4th May, `937, an airship called the Hindenburg began its last flight. It left Germany for the USA. The airship had thirty-five passengers on board. (3) The passengers Hindenburg were very comfortable. They slept in Cabins, sat and played cards in a lounge, and ate and drank in a big dining room. In the evening they listened to music from a grand piano and danced (4) On 6th May, the Hindenburg got to the USA, but the passengers did not arrive at their destination. Suddenly, there was an enormous explosion! All the passengers died.
11. How many days did the Graf Zeppelin do round the world?
a. 2 c. 21
b. 4 d. 35
12. What did the passengers do in the evening?
Played cards, ate and drank
Listened to music and danced
Slept in cabins
Sat in a lounge
13. How many passengers died in the explosion?
a. 37 c. 29
b. 35 d. 21
14. “They were like big ship with dining rooms …” paragraph 1
The word “They” refers to ……
a. The Zeppelin Company c. dining rooms
b. Enormous airship d. lounges and cabins
15. The word “lounge” in the text means ……
a. a room for sleeping comfortably
b. a comfortable sitting room
c. a place for eating and drinking
d. a comfortable room for gathering
WHO WAS JULIUS CAESAR?
Born in 100 BC, a member of an important Roman family, Julius Caesar was one of the greatest men who ever live. He was out standing as a statements, a general, an orator, a historian, a law – maker, a ruler and as even his enemies said, a conversationalist (From his youth he held public office. In 60 BC he became one of the three equal heads of government. For ten years he commanded the Roman armies in Gaul, Conquering Large parts of Britain and Germany. He then returned to Italy by crossing the River Rubicon, began a civil war in which h was victorious. He became the master of the Roman Empire and was largely responsible for the shape of today’s Europe. He was assassinated in 44 BC but even 2,000 year later, rulers were still using his name : Kaiser, Tsar or Czar, Shah-all were Caesars”
16. How long did Julius Caesar command the Roman armies?
a. 10 years c. 44 years
b. 20 years d. 60 years
17. When did Julius Caesar pass away?
a. In 44 BC c. In 100 BC
b. In 60 BC d. In 2,000
18. “He was assassinated in 44 BC ….” The word underlined nearly means ……
a. Saved c. returned
b. killed d. conquered
19. Where was Julius Caesar from?
a. Rome c. America
b. Britain d. Germany
20. Which of the statements is NOT TRUE about Julius Caesar?
a. He was a famous man
b. He conquered Britain and Germany
c. He came back to Italy through the River Rubicon
d. He became the master of the Roman Empire because he lost the civil war
The largest animal alive is the blue whale. Fully grown these great creatures reach a length of over 30 meters and weigh as much as twenty four larger elephants, are more than 1,500 men. The heart of a blue whale is more than a meter in diameter.
The blue whale is not a fish, even through it spends its entire life in the sea. Whales are mammals, just like us. A mother whale gives birth to a live baby whale, not an egg. She feeds her baby with her own milk. While fish are cold-blooded, whales are warm-blooded, and they have lungs and breather air, like us.
For all its size, a blue whale feeds mainly on tiny shrimps. It is harmless to man. Unfortunately for the blue whales, men are not harmless to them. So many blue whales have been hunted and killed that very few of these magnificent animals are now alive.
21. What is the text about?
a. Sea animals c. All mammals
b. Kind of fish d. The blue whale
22. What do whales eat?
a. Small shrimps c. Lobsters
b. Little fish d. Algae
23. How long is a blue whale?
a. 30 meters c. More than 30 meters
b. About 30 meters d. Less than 30 meters
24. “The largest animals a live is the blue whale.” The word underlined is nearly similar in meaning to …..
a. Smallest c. fattest
b. strongest d. biggest
25. The following statements are true about the blue whales, except …..
a. Whales are cold blooded
b. A female whale gives birth to alive baby whale
c. Whale is the largest animal in the sea
d. There are a few blue whales nowadays
Lighting is a sudden, violent flash of electricity between a cloud and the ground, or from cloud to cloud.
A lighting flash, or bolt, can be several miles long. It is so hot, with an average temperature of
34,0000 centigrade, that the air around it suddenly expands with a loud blast. This is the thunder, we hear.
Lighting occurs in hot, wet storms. Moist air is driven up to great height. It from a type of cloud called cumulo-nimbus. When the cloud rises high enough the moisture freezes and ice crystals and snowflakes are formed. These begin to fall, turning to rain on the way down. This rain meets more moist air rising, and it is the friction between them which produces static electricity. When a cloud is fully charged with this electricity, it discharges it as a lighting flash.
26. Paragraph 2 shows us …..
a. the description of the lightning
b. the benefits of the lighting
c. the cause of the lightning
d. the general classification of the lightning
27. If the cloud rises high enough, there will be …..
a. lightning flash c. snowflakes
b. a loud flash d. we storms
28. What is the purpose of the text above?
a. To describe what lightning is
b. To persuade the readers to avoid the lightning
c. To inform the danger of lightning to the people
d. To retell the readers the effects of lightning flash
29. “…, that the air around it suddenly expands with a loud blast.” The word underlined means ……
a. becomes larger c. makes hotter
b. becomes smaller d. makes narrower
30. Which of the following statements is not true about lightning?
a. The temperature of lightning is very hot
b. Lightning is dangerous for people
c. Lightning can struck the house
d. Lightning happens in cold weather
31. Different airlines give different service to their …. This is done mainly to make them feel comfortable and make them come back and use the same flight when they travel again.
a. Passengers c. stewardess
b. Stewards d. pilots
Peter : What is the main food of Indonesian people?
Rini : Almost … (320 Indonesian people eat rice. Only … (33) of them eat other food.
Peter : like what?
Rini : Corn, for example eaten by Maduranese, sago eaten by people in Maluku.
32. a. much c. some
b. a few d. all
33. a. some c. none
b. many d. a lot of
34. Joe : You look so busy …?
Amanda : No, thank you. I can do it my self.
a. Will you help me c. Help me, please
b. Can I help you d. Do you help me
35. Arrange the following words into a good sentence
newspaper – read – Jakarta – you – in – have – all – ever - ?
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
a. 6-7-1-4-8-2-5-3-9 c. 4-6-2-7-1-8-5-3-9
b. 6-4-8-2-7-1-5-3-9 d. 4-6-7-2-3-1-8-5-9
36. birds – forest – the hunters – beautiful – in – hunt – the – many
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
The best arrangement to make a good sentence is …..
a. 3-6-8-4-1-5-7-2 c. 5-7-2-8-3-6-4-1
b. 8-3-6-1-4-5-7-2 d. 5-7-4-2-1-6-8-3
37. 1. The wood is cut into very fine pieces, mixed with water and other chemicals heated.
2. This soft mixture called wood pulp, is then cleaned and whitened and pressed out into the sheets of paper we know.
3. Paper is used for writing, printing and wrapping and is made from vegetable matter
4. Nowadays paper is made from the wood of fast growing trees
The best arrangement to make a good paragraph is ……
a. 3-4-1-2 c. 4-2-1-3
b. 2-1-4-3 d. 3-2-4-1
38. Arrange the sentences to make a good paragraph
1. Crocodile are the largest and the most dangerous reptile
2. They have large mouth and many sharp teeth
3. Some of the places where they live are Africa, India, South America and Australia
4. They live in rivers
5. They can also attack and kill people
6. They hunt mammals and birds which come to the river to drink
a. 1-5-4-3-2-6 c. 1-4-3-2-6-5
b. 3-4-1-6-2-5 d. 4-6-5-3-2-1
39. Marco and I are camping in the Amazon now. It is very beautiful here, and very quiet. The only noise comes from some birds (1) that live in the jungle. There were much campers (2) here yesterday but today there are not any people (3), only us. There are a lot of crocodiles (4) They are very dangerous.
Which of the underlined phrases is grammatically incorrect?
a. 1 c. 3
b. 2 d. 4
Most dolphins live in the sea. They are very good … (40) and they seem to like people. Dolphins sometimes swim beside the boats. Sometimes they … (41) people who are in danger or help injured dolphins. Some … (42) think that dolphins are the most … (43) animals. They believed that dolphins can think like humans.
40. a. divers c. trainers
b. players d. swimmers
41. a. bite c. save
b. eat d. swallow
42. a. scientist c. biologist
b. geologist d. botanist
43. a. diligent c. beautiful
b. intelligent d. dangerous
last weekend the girl scouts and the boy scouts had a ‘Persami” activity outside their school. They left for the woods at five in the morning. After a long drive they … (44) at the woods and found a good camping site. “Let’s set up our … (45) here, “ said the leader. Then they .. (46) to work. They needed two poles, some … (47) and nails for each tent. In a short time the tents were ready and they put a small … (48) on the top of each tent.
44. a. went c. landed
b. left d. arrived
45. a. towers c. huts
b. houses d. tents
46. a. start c. stop
b. started d. stopped
47. a. dishes c. whistles
b. ropes d. sleeping bags
48. a. flag c. paper
b. box d. cloth
The picture has been taken form the event of the 2005 Academy Awards. This event was held at the Kodak Theater in New York, USA. At that time Hillary Swank… (49) The award as the Best Actress. This award went to her for her amazing… (50) in the film A Million Dollar Baby. Meanwhile, the film The Aviator was chosen as the best movie of the year. This film also brought Leonardo Dicaprio as the Best Actor.
49. a. bought c. received
b. brought d. reached
50. a. actor c. singing
b. acting d. actress