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A, choose the correct answer by crossing a, b, c, d, or e.

1. Keket : Why do you look so sad?


Rissa : Didn’t you hear the news last night ? the eruption volcano has killed more than two
hundred people in my village.
Keket : I’m sorry to hear that.
Keket expresses her…..
a. Fear b. sadness c. apology d. surprise e. sympaty
2. Yunus : …..
Doni : Iam sorry to hear that.
a. I will go for holoday tomorrow
b. They bought a new car yesterday
c. Let us go to the library
d. Do you need some help
e. My mother is sick
3. Aji : alhough this is the best cinema in town, there are not many people visiting it.
Kia : ……nowadays most people prefer spending their time at home watching TV.
a. Oh, no.
b. I don’t think so
c. Really?
d. That’s right.
e. It’s not true.
4. Aulia : I think the government should give more attention to small scale industries,
Jodi : I think so. Because this group of fers more job opportunities.
The italicized sentence means jodi……
a. Likes it b. denies it c. objects it d. disile it e. agrees it
5. Rika : I think the deforestation will cause even greater disaster.
Nisa : ….. Therefore the ilegal logging should be stopped. The government has to be serious to deal
with this problem.
a. I absolutely agree with you
b. I don’t think so
c. Not at all
d. I doubt it
e. I am sorry to hear that
6. Yeni : What do you think of this book?
Yulia : …..
a. I bought it in that stationary
b. It is an interesting book
c. I have borrowed it from santi
d. I want to buy it
e. I will buy it
7. Sinta : What do you think if we go picnic?
Anis : …..there is no body at home
a. I am sorry
b. Ok
c. Let’s go
d. The sound is good
e. That’s a good idea
8. Arnas : How about writing a poem ?
Alif : ……….it is my hobby.
a. Sorry
b. I like it
c. I extremely agree
d. I don’t like it
e. Thank you
9. Farhan : what do you think about this proposal ?
Kaysa : …… I think I like it.
Farhan : thank you
a. Bad
b. Could you make another one?
c. Sorry
d. Perfect
e. That’s too bad
10. Mr. Iwan : what’s your opinion of the reality show’s program on television ?
Mr. Kiko : well, they’re bad. I don’t like watching it.
Mr. Iwan : ……most of them make us bored
a. I Think you’re right
b. I disagree with you
c. I think so
d. I don’t think so
e. I supposed that’s right

What Is Bullying?

Many children experience bullying at school.


The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) defines bullying as “aggressive
behavior that is intentional and involves an imbalance of power or strength.” The HRSA also
states, “bullying prevention requires buy-in from teachers, parents and administrators.” A child
must be supported at school and at home in order to be safe from bullying.

There are many ways one child can bully another and they are all harmful to the well-being of a
child. Bullying includes constant teasing in a hurtful and unkind way, threats of violence,
property damage, theft of money or valued possessions, and physical, verbal and psychological
torment.
Bullying must be addressed as soon as parents are aware of it or it can cause serious
psychological and developmental damage to a child. It can lead to a loss in self-esteem and, in
the worst cases, bullying may cause so much distress that a child commits suicide. Children may
not tell parents or school officials themselves if they are being bullied. It is important to watch
your child for changes in behavior that are known signs of being bullied. If your child displays
signs of anxiety or depression or changes in personality such as fear or sudden avoidance of
social settings, talk to them as soon as possible to find out what is going on in their lives. Stay
calm as you listen to your child. Empathize with your child and thank them for sharing their
situation with you. The intervention of an adult can almost always stop bullying and prevent
more serious harm.
The cause of bullying may be that the bully is imitating aggressive behavior they experience at
home from parents or siblings who exert authority through verbal and physical force,
perpetuating a cycle of abuse. They may be imitating media violence or rough behavior they see
on television, on the internet, or in video games. Bullies may be trying to show their dominance
over weaker children in order to gain popularity or a sense of control at school. No matter the
reason, bullying is wrong and cannot be stopped by the child alone. Adults must step in and
protect a child if they are being bullied.
Bullying is also not good for the child perpetrating the behavior.