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MIDD$E TEST %&&'(%&)&
S*+,ect English Time '&-
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Answer the following questions correctly
Text 1
After her husband had gone to work, Mrs. Richard
sent her children to school and went upstairs to her
bedroom. She was too excited to do any housework that
morning, for in the evening she would be going to a fancy
dress party with her husband. She intended to dress up as a
ghost and as she had made her costume the night before,
she was impatient to try it on. Though the costume
consisted only of a sheet, it was very effective. After
putting it on, Mrs. Richard went downstairs. She wanted
to find out whether it would be comfortable to wear.
ust as Mrs. Richards was entering the dining!room,
there was a knock on front door. She knew it must be the
baker. She had told him to come straight in if ever she
failed to open the door and to leave the bread on the
kitchen table. "ot wanting to frighten the poor man, Mrs.
Richards #uickly hid in the small store!room under the
stair. She heard the front door open and heavy footsteps in
the hall. Suddenly the door of the store!room was opened
and a man entered. Mrs. Richards reali$ed that it must be
the man from the %lectricity &oard who had come to read
the meter. She tried to explain the situation, saying '(t)s
only me), but it was too late. The man let out a cry and
*umped back several paces. +hen Mrs. Richards walked
towards him, he fled, slamming the door behind him.
,. +ho had come to Richard)s house this morning-
a. The baker d. .er husband
b. The poor man e. The %lectricity
c. .er children
/. The man let out a cry and *ump several paces
a. .e was surprise to see someone coming
b. .e was frighten to see something like
c. .e was surprise of seeing Mr. Richards
d. .e was angry with Mrs. Richards
e. She had finished reading the meter of
1. +here did Mrs. Richards hide-
a. (n the kitchen d. (n the store!room
b. (n the bed room e. (n front of the door
c. (n the dining!room
2. +hat type of text is used by the writer-
a. Report b. 3rocedure c. "arrative
d. 4escriptive e. Recount
5. +hat is the purpose of the text-
a. To retell Mrs. Richards experience
b. To describe a ghost under stairs
c. To tell the story of haunted!house
d. To explain how Mrs. Richards daily activities are
e. To give information about Mrs. Richards houseworks
Text 2
6ne of the best known international radio services is
the &&7 +orld Service. The name &&7 is short &ritish
&roadcasting 7orporation. The world Service started in
,815 in order to provide news for &ritain)s colonies
overseas. (ts head#uarters in &ush .ouse, a large building
in 9ondon.
The world service &roadcasting programmes in 1:
languages, including %nglish. (t broadcasting programmes
in %nglish /2 hours a day about /5 million listeners. (ts
programmes focus on news and current affairs, but it also
has programmes on music, science, sports and drama.
The &&7 gets its now in two ways. ;irstly, it has
reporters in most countries of the world. These people
report what is happening in these countries. The second
way, the &&7 gets its news is by listening to other radio
stations all over the world. The &&7 listens to (ndonesian
radio to find out what is happening in (ndonesia. ;or
example, if there is report of a head #uake in Sumatra on
(ndonesian radio, the &&7 will tell its reporter to go there
and collect news.
The world Service is very useful for learners of
%nglish. They can listen to %nglish and practice their
listening skills. They can also note down the
pronunciation, of words and even learn new words.

<. .ow long does &&7 +orld Service broadcasting
programmes in %nglish-
(t broadcasts 00hours a day.
a. /= b. /2 c. /> d. /< e. 1:
7. Its programmes focus on news and current affairs, but it
also has programmes on music, science, sports and
The word Its in the sentence refers to0.
a. &ush house c. 9ondon e. &&7
b. 3rogram d. "ews
>. &&7 +orld Service has programmes 0.
a. science, music, advertisement, trade, drama
b. music, science, sport, movie, drama
c. sport, drama, science, music
d. music, advertisement, trade, music
e. drama, culture, science, sport, music
8. +orld Service deals mainly with 0.
a. science and drama d. drama and news
b. news and music e. news and current affairs
c. current affairs and music
,=. (f you look at the front of large, modern hospital, you
may notice that there are two separate entrances.
The underlined word means000.
a. ;ind out b. See c. 7arry d. .ear e. Smell
Text 3
6ne day, "asreddin was up on the roof of his house,
mending a hole in the tiles. .e had nearly finished, and he
was pleased with his work. Suddenly, he heard a voice
below call ?.ello@? +hen he looked down, "asreddin saw
an old man in dirty clothes standing below. ?+hat do you
want-? asked "asreddin. ?7ome down and (All tell you,?
called the man. "asreddin was annoyed, but he was a
polite man, so he put down his tools. 7arefully, he climbed
all the way down to the ground. ?+hat do you want-? he
asked, when he reached the ground. ?7ould you spare a
little money for an old beggar-? asked the old man.
"asreddin thought for a minute. Then he said, ?7ome with
me.? .e began climbing the ladder again. The old man
followed him all the way to the top. +hen they were both
sitting on the roof, "asreddin turned to the beggar. ?"o,?
he said
,,. +hy was "asreddin on the roof of his house-
a. .e was looking at the view
b. .e was waiting for the old man
c. .e was fixing the roof
d. .e was resting
e. .e was annoyed to the old man
,/. +ho was the old man-
a. "asreddin)s father d. A roof!mender
b. "asreddin)s friend e. A beggar
c. A roof seller
,1. +hy did "asreddin go down the ladder-
a. .e wanted to get away from his work
b. &ecause the beggar asked him to
c. .e wanted to speak to the beggar
d. .e wanted to take some roofs
e. .e wanted to go with the beggar
,2. The following sentences are true based on the text
a. "asreddin was mending his tiles when someone
called him
b. "asreddin was happy with his work
c. "asredin didn)t look down when the old man
called him
d. The old man asked some money to "asreddin
e. "asreddin asked the beggar to climb up the ladder
,5. "asreddin saw an old man in dirty clothes standing
below0 Bline 2C
The antonym of the underlined word B4(RTDC is0
a. &ad b. Safe c. 7lean d. &right e. Eood
,<. Today is +ednesday. 1 days ago was0
a. Monday b. Tuesday c. Thursday d. ;riday e.
,:. A F .i hon .ow do you do-
& F 000..
a. .i d. .i, ()m ;ine
b. .i, how are you e. .i, Gery well
c. .i, how do you do
,>. .amid F 00000..-
Ahmad F ()m ,5 years old.
a. .ow are you- d. +hat is your old-
b. .ow many age are you- e. .ow)s life-
c. .ow old are you-
,8. hon writes a letter to his father.
Past Tense of the sentence above is0.
a. hon written a letter to his father yesterday
b. hon wrote a letter to his father now
c. hon wrote a letter to his father tomorrow
d. hon wrote a letter to his father last night
e. hon is writing a letter to his father now
/=. .amid F ohn, ()m so bored hearing Mr. &rown
;ai$ F +hy do you say so-
.amid F .is speech is too long.
;rom the dialogue we know that .amid expresses
a. .appines c. &oredom e. Angry
b. Sadness d. 4isappointed
9ast summer, ( went to (taly. ( visited museums and
sat in public gardens. A friendly waiter taught me a
few words of (talian. Then he lent me a book. ( read a
few lines, but ( did not understand a word. %veryday (
thought about postcards. My holidays passed #uickly,
but ( did not send any cards to my friends. 6n the last
day ( made a big decision. ( got up early and bought
thirty!seven cards. ( spent the whole day in my room
but ( did not write a single card.
1. Answer the following questions based on the text
a. +hat is the type of the text-
b. +here the writer sit when he visited museum-
2. Change words in the bracket ( ) into past (V.) for!!
a. Mr. ;ai$ 0000..BERA4HAT%C from SM3 ,
Sagaranten last year
b. Mrs. Duli 000.B&HDC some books for her son a
week ago
". #ranslate into $nglish!
a. .amid mengirim surat ke akarta kemarin
b. ;ai$ bukan seorang dokter.
4. Find the synonym of the following
a. Sick = b. Pretty =

5. Find the antonym of the following

a. Big b. Bad .