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It was Sunday yesterday, Zahra and her parents went to Tawangmangu.

They started at 9 in the


morning. They took an hour to get there. It is about forty kilometers from their house.
Tawangmangu is a cold place. It has a beautiful garden. There is a waterfall. It called
"Grojogan Sewu". There are also some monkeys on the trees. It is very funny. People like staying
there because they can feel natural life.

1. The suitable title for reading above is ........

A. Grojogan Sewu
B. Tawangmangu

C. A Cold Place
D. A Beautiful Garden

2. What time did Zahra and her parents go to Tawangmangu?


They went ........ in the morning.

A. six
B. seven

C. eight
D. nine

3. The name of waterfall is ........

A. Tawangmangu Waterfall
B. Grojogan Sewu

C. Grojogan Waterfall
D. Tawangmangu Sewu

4. Zahra and her parents went to Tawangmangu.


The word parents means ........

A. father and mother


B. father and brother

C. brother and sister


D. mother and sister

5. Look at the picture!

What are the students doing?


They are ........

A. Having cake in the canteen


B. Planting tree in the school yard
C. Studying in the clasroom
D. Reading a book in the library

6. Anie : Where is the park, Deni?


Deni : The park is ........ Grape Street.

A. above
B. in
C. on
D. under

7. We see the swimming pool is ........ the school.

A. next to
B. beside

C. behind
D. across

8. If you want to go to the hospital from school, you must ........ at the first junction.

A. turn right
B. go straight

C. turn left
D. turn over

9. Moslem people go to ........ for Jumat Pray every friday.

A. mosque
B. church

C. temple
D. cinema

Look at the table!

10. We know that Teguh ........

A. like music
B. does not like sport

C. likes sport
D. do not like music

11. Linda and Danang ........

A. do not like movie


B. like sport

C. do not like music


D. like music

12. Linda : "If you need the stamp, where do you go?"
Danang : "I go to ........"

A. bank
B. library

C. market
D. post office

Indonesia has two seasons. They are rainy season and dry season. In rainy season, rain always
fulls every day. The weather is cool. While in dry season the sun shines brightly and the weather
is hot.

13. The text tells us about ........

A. rain
B. season

C. sun
D. weather

14. When does the sun shines birghtly?


It is in ........ season.

A. dry
B. rainy

C. wet
D. cool

15. The out door sport which can't be done in rainy season is ........

A. swimming
B. football

C. basketball
D. badminton

16. Everyday you have some meals.


In the morning you have ........

A. breakfast
B. lunch

C. dinner
D. supper

17. always - have - in - morning - the - breakfast - i


The correct sentence is ........

A. I always have morning in the breakfast


B. I have breakfast the always in morning
C. I always have breakfast in the morning
D. I have the breakfast always in morning

18. A fruit is green while young and yellow while ripe. It is look like a star. It is a ........

A. pineapple
B. banana

C. star fruit
D. jackfruit

19. Oki : "Do you know a pilot?"


Ika : "Yes, he drives a ........"
A. plane
B. ship

C. train
D. bus

20. Deni : "Where will you go?"


Anie : "I will go to ........ to get in the ship."

A. airport
B. harbour

C. station
D. terminal

21. Here traffic sign.

It is means ........

A. No parking around this area!


B. No entering this way!

C. No stopping along this way!


D. Be carefully!

22. My uncle has two children. They are ........

A. uncle
B. sister

C. brother
D. cousins

23. How many are five multiple by eight?


It equals ........

A. sixty
B. fifty

C. fourty
D. thirty

24. Linda : "How much is the book?"


Danang : "It is Rp 5.400,00."

A. five thousands
B. five thousands and two hundreds
C. five thousands and four hundreds
D. five thousands and forty

25. Look at the picture!

What time is it ........

A. It is five to three
B. It is three to five
C. It is five past three
D. It is three past five

26. If today is Sunday, so tomorrow is ........

A. Monday
B. Tuesday

C. Wednesday
D. Friday

27. The second month of the year is ........

A. January
B. February

C. March
D. August

28. This animal lives in water and does not have any legs. It is ........

A. cat
B. fish

C. monkey
D. rabbit

29. Look at the family tree above!

Deni is Danang cousin and Linda is Deni's ........

A. mother
B. son

C. uncle
D. father

30. Look at the picture!

What time is it? It is ........

A. five past three


B. one past three

C. three past five


D. three past one

On Sunday Ani doesn't go to school. She goes to market with her mother. She wants to buy some
vegetables such as cabbage, carrot and potatoes. Then she goes to the fishmonger to buy some
goldfish and cuttlefish. In the market is very crowded.

1. The appropriate tittle for the text above is ........

A. Going to the market


B. Going to the hospital
C. Going to the zoo
D. Going to the restaurant

2. ........ and ........ go to market

A. Ani and her sister


B. Ani and her brother

C. Ani and her mother


D. Ani and her father

3. She buys some ........ and ........ at the fishmonger.

A. Goldfish and crab


B. Goldfish and cuttlefish

C. goldfish and potatoes


D. carrot and goldfish

4. Anis goes to market on ........

A. Sunday
B. Monday

C. Saturday
D. Tuesday

5. The situation in the market is very ........

A. silenty
B. noisy

C. happily
D. crowded

6. Ade : Where are you sleeping?


Andri : I sleep in the ........

A. Living room
B. Bathroom

C. Bedroom
D. Kitchen

7. I want to take a bath, I need a ........ to wash my body.

A. Soap
B. Toothpaste

C. Detergent
D. Shampoo

8.

She wants to make a line. She needs a ........


A. Eraser
B. Ruler

C. Blackboard
D. Vase

9. Student : "I am ........ sir, I come late."


Teacher : "That's ok, please sit down."

A. Good
B. Fine

C. Sorry
D. Thank you

10. Nita : " ........ you close the door?"


Ari : "Oh sure. I'll close it."
Nita : "Thank you."
Ari : "You're welcome."

A. May
B. Can

C. Please
D. Let's

11. Mr. Hasan is my aunt's husband, he is my ........

A. uncle
B. grandfather

C. mother
D. grandmother

12. Mr. Tono : Excuse me, Sir, where do you live?


Mr. Yamin : I live ........ Bandung

A. At
B. On

C. In
D. With

13. Waiter : "Hello, good afternoon, may I help you?"


Customer : "Good afternoon. Yes, I want to order some food."
Waiter : "What do you want to order, Sir?"
Customer : "I want a plate of fried rice and fried chicken."
Waiter : "Wait minute, Sir."
Customer : "Sure."

The conversation above take place in the ........

A. Hospital
B. Restaurant
C. Market
D. Zoo

14. Want - see - I - to - movie - film - the - a - in.


The right arrangement is ........

A. I want to see a film in the movie


B. I see want a film in the movie

C. I want to see movie in a film


D. I want a film to see in the movie

15.
Don't forget to stuck a ........ on the envelope.

A. Stamp
B. Picture

C. Register letter
D. Ticket

16. A hole on the top of the mountain is called ........

A. Slopes
B. Hill

C. Crater
D. River

17.
I want to buy spine candy. I need some ........ to buy it.

A. Money
B. Check

C. Coin
D. Ticket

18. Anita has ........ She often goes to the closet. She need an oralite.

A. headache
B. thyphoid

C. TBC
D. stomachache

19. ........ is a place for tourists to stay when they spend a holiday.

A. Post office
B. Hotel

C. Movie
D. Bank

20.
I like a slice of ........ I'll put some jam and cheese on it.
A. Sausage
B. Fried Rice

C. Potato
D. Bread

21. It is a name of vegetable. The color is purple.

A. Cabbage
B. Brinjal

C. Carrot
D. Cucumber

22. Ari has seven marbles, Rudi has three marbles.


They have ........ marbles.

A. eleven
B. nine

C. ten
D. twelve

23.
What time is it ........

A. It is a quarter to nine
B. It is a quarter past nine

C. It is quarter past nine


D. It is nine past quarter

24. Today is Tuesday. Tomorrow is ........

A. Wednesday
B. Sunday

C. Monday
D. Thursday

25. We are celebrating Kartini's day on ........

A. August 17th
B. May 2nd

C. October 5th
D. April 21st

26. He learns about geography and economics in ........ subject.

A. Mathematics
B. Science

C. English
D. Social science
27. My Father is a ........ He can fly an airplane.

A. Teacher
B. Pilot

C. Engineer
D. Carpenter

28. My classroom is clean, but your classroom is ........

A. Clever
B. Rich

C. Dirty
D. Beautiful

29. c-s-h-o-l-o-u-g-a-r-d
The right arrangement is ........

A. Schoolguard
B. Guardschool

C. Schoolgaurd
D. Carpenter

30. I have ........ every morning, before going to school.

A. Lunch
B. Dinner

C. Hungry
D. Breakfast

31. Tomorrow I will go to Jakarta. I take a ........ from station.

A. Train
B. Bus

C. Airplane
D. Ship

32. The beautiful beach in Sukabumi is ........

A. Pangandaran
B. Carita

C. Sanur
D. Pelabuhan Ratu

33. Mr. Arman is a farmer. He works in the ........

A. Post office
B. Rice field

C. School
D. Hospital

34.
I wear a ........ on my neck. The colour is pink.

A. Shorts
B. Shirt

C. Tie
D. Belt

35. My mother wears a ........ on her finger.

A. necklace
B. ring

C. hair band
D. hat
To the Beach

Last Sunday, Mr. Danny and his students went to the beach. They went to Pangandaran
beach, in Ciamis Regency. They went to Pangandaran by bus. On the way they were happy.
They sang together.
In Pangandaran the sun was shinning brightly. The wind was blowing gently. The waves
were running. They always broke in the sand. Some students were swimming in the shallow
water. Some children were playing football in the sand. Others were sitting on the mat under the
trees shadow. Mr. Danny was sitting under the coconut tree. He was watching his students. They
enjoyed the beauty of the beach. At the afternoon, they went home. The students looked tired,
but they were happy.

1. X : "When Mr. Danny and his students go to Pangandaran?"


Y: "They go to Pangandaran ........".

A. Last Sunday
B. Last Monday

C. Last Tuesday
D. Last Wednesday

2. X : "Where is Pangandaran in?"


Y : "Pangandaran is in ........"

A. Tasikmalaya regency
B. Bogor regency

C. Banjar regency
D. Ciamis regency

3. Mr. Danny is sitting ........ the coconut tree.

A. Under
B. In

C. On
D. At
4. The students are playing football on the ........

A. Beach
B. Sea

C. Sand
D. Water

5. The students looked tired but they were happy.


The antonym happy is ........

A. Thirsty
B. Sad

C. Sleepy
D. Hungry

6. Chris John is champion of ........

A. Chess
B. Badminton

C. Boxing
D. Tennis

7. Persib is a football team from ........

A. Malang
B. Medan

C. Jakarta
D. Bandung

8. Famous horticulture from Indramayu is. ........

A. Mango
B. Rambutan

C. Pear
D. Orange

9. Hafsah : "Have you ever go to Sea World?"


"What is the smart fish in Sea World?"
Milla : "Yes, I have. The smart fish in Sea World is ........

A. Shark
B. Dolphin

C. Well
D. Goldfish

10. If you want to save your money, you have to go to ........

A. Post office
B. Hospital
C. Bank
D. Market

11. Apple has ........ inside.

A. Leaf
B. Twig

C. Root
D. Seed

12. Teacher : "Would you close the door, please."


Students : " ........".

A. Yes, of course
B. Yes, thank you

C. Yes, I am
D. Yes, of course not

13. The fisherman use ........ to catch some fishes.

A. Net
B. Knife

C. Hoe
D. Plate

14. ........ museum collects many kinds of weapons.

A. Geological
B. Post office

C. Army
D. Sri Baduga

15. Tuberculosis can infect other people through ........

A. Direct contact
B. Mosquito

C. Air
D. Insect

16. In the hospital, dead people are put in ........

A. Nursing room
B. Emergency room

C. Mortuary room
D. Garage

17. ........ is used to bring sick people to the hospital.

A. Plane
B. Bus
C. Bike
D. Ambulance

18. Elephant is a big animal. Antonym big is ........

A. Little
B. Most

C. Best
D. Sweet

19. Amir is a dilligent student, but Hasan is a ........ student.

A. Smart
B. Kind

C. Lazy
D. Clever

20. Nining and Dewi ........ studying English now.

A. Is
B. Are

C. Am
D. It

21. Every morning my mother goes to the ........ to buy some vegetables.

A. Restaurant
B. Hotel

C. Hospital
D. Market

22. ........ is a place for travelers to stay.

A. Restaurant
B. Hotel

C. Hospital
D. Market

23. Someone who gives us information about hotel is ........

A. Receptionist
B. Room boy

C. Manager
D. Security

24. The students can borrow some books in the ........

A. Pharmacy
B. Laboratory
C. Museum
D. Library

25. Indonesia has ........ seasons.

A. One
B. Two

C. Three
D. Four

26. In dry seasons the weather is ........

A. Cool
B. Dark

C. Hot
D. Wet

27. In rainy seasons, sometimes take ........

A. Flood
B. Hot

C. Brightly
D. Dry

28. Someone who controls the tickets on the train is ........

A. Engine driver
B. Conductor

C. Passenger
D. Signalman

29. If you go to Surabaya by plane, you must go to ........

A. Airport
B. Station

C. Harbor
D. Shelter

30.
To operate the computer we use ........

A. Mouse
B. Monitor

C. Keyboard
D. Printer

31. Rini : "Hello, can I speak Mr. Utang?"


Mr. Utang : "Yes, I am. What can I do for you?"
The dialogue above is speaking on the ........
A. Radio
B. TV

C. Facsimile
D. Telephone

32.
My father goes to Jakarta by ........

A. Bus
B. Train

C. Car
D. Plane

33. We use ........ to clean our body.

This is a ........ It is use to dry your body.

A. Soap
B. Shower

C. Toothbrush
D. Towel

35. What is this? This is a ........

A. Leaf
B. Twig

C. Root
D. Branch
Mount Tangkuban Perahu is one of tourism object in West Java. It situated at Lembang. It is at
northern part of Bandung. A lot of people from various part of world come to see it, because it has
a history, it is a Sangkuriang legend.
To arrive at mount Tangkuban Perahu, we have to drive up along the road of hilly area, we
can see a wide tea plantation. At the top, we can see beautiful scenery, and we can see the hills
with its green slopes. It has three craters which continuously produced smoke.
There are bungalows, and tourism object can be found easily there. Such as Ciater hot
water and Maribaya water fall.

1. What is the suitable of the text above?

A. Ciater hot spring


B. Legend of Sangkuriang

C. Maribaya water fall


D. Tangkuban Perahu

2. Mount Tangkuban Parahu is situated at ........

A. Bandung
B. Lembang

C. Subang
D. Yogyakarta

3. In the Tangkuban Parahu mountain, we can see ........

A. Ciater, hill, top, and valley


B. Ciater hot spring

C. Water fall
D. Flower garden

4. The legend of Tangkuban Parahu is history of ........

A. Lutung Kasarung
B. Sangkuriang

C. Bawang Putih
D. Kancil

5. We can see a wide ........

A. Mountain
B. Ciater

C. Tea plantation
D. Flowers

6. ........ is one of tourism object in West Java.

A. Ciater
B. Ancol

C. Parang Tritis
D. Borobudur temple

7. The antonym of "Nothern" is ........

A. western
B. southern

C. eastern
D. central

8. How many paragraph does the text above ........

A. one paragraph
B. two paragraph

C. three paragraph
D. four paragraph

I would say thank you to my teacher and all of my friends. This opportunity, I'll delivering.
My speech ........
R.A. Kartini was born at April, twenty first, it is a special days for Indonesian woman, it was
a birthday of Kartini. Indonesian women had been a some position with a m ........

9. What is the title of the speech above? ........


A. Indonesian woman
B. R.A. Kartini

C. A strong woman
D. A struggle woman

10. 1. Doctors and nurses working here


2. There are mortuary, emergency room, an ambulance, and nursing room
3. An ambulance used to bring sick people to the hospital
4. This is a hospital
Arrange these sentences correctly ........

A. 4,1,2,3
B. 1,2,3,4

C. 2,4,3,1
D. 4,2,3,1

Andika : Mom, I'm hungry, I want to have lunch!


Mother : Ok, darling ........ let's go to "Kabayan Restaurant"
Waiter : What do you want to order?
Andika : I want rice and baked fish and soup.
Waiter : What do you want to drink?
Andika : I want orange juice.
Waiter : What do you want to order, madam?
Mother : Rice, baked fish and soup, please!
Waiter : ........ Here are your lunch, madam!
Mother : Thank you!

11. Where are Andika and his mother have lunch? ........

A. In Padang Restaurant
B. In the Cafe

C. In Kabayan Restaurant
D. In the KFC Restaurant

12. What did Andika and his mother order to ........

A. baked fish, rice, and soup


B. rice and fried chicken

C. rice and baked chicken


D. rice and soup

13. Who is serve their lunch in the text above?

A. Andika
B. Mother

C. Waiter
D. Cashier

14. Who are they in the text above?


A. Mother, Andika, and cashier
B. Andika and his mother

C. Mother and waiter


D. Mother, Andika, and waiter

15. What is the drink that was Andika want? ........

A. coffee
B. clear water

C. orange juice
D. strawberry juice

16.
My Nephew likes playing ........ In the play ground

A. swing
B. slide

C. jig saw
D. kite

17. We are studying about gymnastic, swimming, and running in the ........ subject.

A. region
B. Indonesian language

C. sport
D. moral

18. Randi want to move the table. The table is too heavy for him. He asks Yuki to help him.
What should Randi Said to Yuki?

A. Would you take the table, please!


B. Would you clean the table, please!
C. Would you move the table, please!
D. Would you clean the class, please!

19. My father puts his wallet ........ the table.

A. beside
B. under

C. at
D. on

20. ........ Conference attending in Bandung, at 1955.

A. Linggarjati
B. Asia Af ika

C. Meja Bundar
D. Colombo

21. A : Hallo, good morning, Can I speak with Gia?


B : Yes, it is me, How are you Anggi?
C : I'am Fine, By the way ... I want to ask you to go to see the Football match, will you?
D : ........

A. I'm sorry, Anggi


B. Ok, I will join with you

C. Good bye Anggi


D. Good luck, Anggi

22. Teacher : Good bye student! See you next week!


Student : Good ........ you!

A. bye; next
B. luck, bye

C. bye, see
D. night, see

23. Rico is clever, He gets "A" In Mathematics subject, but Randi is ........, He always get "D".

A. Bad
B. Stupid

C. Good
D. Diligent

24. The Students ........ to school everyday.

A. Went
B. Go

C. Going
D. Gone

25. Hotel is used to ........

A. Student to stay in
B. Send a Letter

C. Watching a Film
D. Tourist to Stay

26. Anto saved his money in the ........

A. Bank
B. Post Office

C. Market
D. Movie

Tika is in the kitchen. She wants to help her mother. Her mother is cooking soup, she wants to
asks about soup materials, her mother need carrots, potatoes, cabbage, and meats.

27. What is the main idea of this text?


A. Tika and her mother in the kitchen
B. Tika and her mother cooking soup in the kitchen
C. Tika and her mother make a cake
D. Tika and her mother working together

28. Intan and Ali ........ student of elementary school.

A. am
B. are

C. is
D. do

29. The husband of mother is ........

A. grandfather
B. grandmother

C. father
D. uncle

30. Indonesia hanya mempunyai dua musim.


Translate into English!

A. Indonesia has only two season


B. Indonesia has two season

C. Indonesia has many two season


D. Indonesia has many kind of season

31.
We can find these are in the ........

A. Restaurant
B. Hospital

C. Post OFfice
D. Cinema

32.
........ On this way!

A. Don't park here


B. Dont't turn left

C. Don't turn right


D. Don't straight a head

33.
What is the part of tree on this picture? ........

A. trunk
B. branch

C. leaf
D. root
34. Zahra : ........ Do you live echa?
Echa : I live at jalan Sudirman nomor 99.

A. When
B. Where

C. Who
D. What

35.
Diana is wearing ......... When she goes to school.

A. T-Shirt
B. Skirt

C. Shirt
D. Trousers

1.
We use ........ to knocking nails into wood.

A. rake
B. chopper

C. hammer
D. hacksaw

2. A : Where do you come from?


B : I ... From Subang

A. come
B. came

C. comes
D. coming

3. My father is ........ the office

A. in
B. on

C. at
D. to

4. Susan and my father are brother and sister.


Susan is my ........

A. sister
B. aunt

C. cousin
D. niece

5.
I bite with my ........
A. lips
B. mouth

C. teeth
D. tongue

6.
My little sister likes ........

A. grapes
B. mango

C. papaya
D. banana

7. X : May I borrow your book, please?


Y : Of course, here you are!
X : I will back it to you tomorrow, thank you!
Y : ........

A. you are welcome


B. see you later

C. thank's
D. of course

8. P : Would you open the window please?


Q : ........

A. yes, of course
B. yes, thank you

C. you are welcome


D. yes, I am

9. We need ........ to protect us from rain and sunlight.

A. wall
B. floor

C. roof
D. stairs

10. Three times four equals ........

A. fifteen
B. fourteen

C. thirteen
D. twelve

11. Today is Wednesday, tomorrow is ........

A. Monday
B. Tuesday
C. Thursday
D. Friday

12.
There are some ........ on the table.

A. books
B. Magazines

C. newspaper
D. pamflet

13. Andri is the student of elementary school.


What are the colours of his uniform?

A. white and blue


B. white and grey

C. white and black


D. white and red

14. I usually have ........ in the morning.

A. lunch
B. breakfast

C. dinner
D. drink

15. The sun sets in the ........

A. north
B. east

C. west
D. south

16. Jhon : Hi, my name is Jhon, and what's your name?


Ahmed : My name is Ahmed
Jhon : How do you do ?
Ahmed : ........

A. How do you do?


B. How are you?

C. Glad to meet you


D. Nice to meet you

17. The headmaster's room is ... guest room and staff room.

A. in front of
B. behind

C. between
D. beside
18. A : I think it's time for me to go home, good bye!
B : ........

A. Good bye
B. See you later

C. Good day
D. Have a nice trip

19. The doctor ........ the patient now.

A. examines
B. examining

C. is examining
D. are examining

20.
What time is it ?

A. Twelve minutes to eight


B. Twenty minutes to nine

C. A quarter to eight
D. Twenty five to nine

SMP
1. You find this notice at the gate of a housing complex.

It means that only the ........ who own the houses at the housing complex can go there.

A. security
B. participants

C. people
D. guests

You and Your Partner are invited to attend


Eleanor Mc Kays's
15th Birthday in The Cocino Green House
24th January 2008 at 7:00 p.m

2. How old will Eleanor Mc Kays be in 2016 ........

A. 20
B. 21

C. 22
D. 23

3. When was Eleanor Mc Kays born ........

A. In 2003
B. In 2005
C. In 1993
D. In 1995

4. The following warning means that pedestrians should ........ the grass.

A. not cut
B. not water

C. not keep
D. not walk on

Student Writing Contest

THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY invites submissions of poetry, fiction, and personal or journalistic
essays for this year's Student Writing Contest.

CATEGORIES
Poetry, fiction, and personal or journalistic essays.

MANUSCRIPTS should be typewritten (one side only, please) double-spaced, and accompanied
by a cover sheet with the following information: title, category, word count, author's name,
address, phone number, e-mail address (if available), and academic institution. Of this
information, only the title should appear on the manuscript itself.

POSTMARK SUBMISSIONS BY DECEMBER I, AND SEND TO:


Student Writing Contest
The Atlantic Monthly
77 N. Washington Steer
Boston, MA 02114

Source: W.W.W.theatlantic.com/about/contest.htm

5. What is the purpose of the text ........

A. To describe the student writing contest.


B. To announce the student writing contest.
C. To amuse the students with writing contest.
D. To retell the students about writing contest.

6. The following are required for the works that the participants should prepare, except that
they are ........

A. original
B. unpublished

C. easy to read
D. typewritten

7.
The warning means ........

A. it will be good if we take the picture of the sun


B. it will be better if we take the picture of other intense light sources
C. if we aim the camera directly into the sun, the sun will have a problem
D. our eyes might be in danger if the camera is aimed onto the sun or intense light
resources
Calories per day

8. The text is about the number of calories that ........

A. children need per day based on their ages


B. old people have to consume daily
C. all people must burn in a day
D. the boys need in a whole day

9. How many calories does a thirteen year old boy need per day ........

A. 2,150
B. 2,200

C. 2,650
D. 2,900

Peter is the youngest in our family. He is fourteen years old and four years younger then me.
He has long, straight hair, bright eyes and a friendly smile. Sometimes he is rather naughty at
home, but he usually does what he is asked to do.
Peter is interested in sports very much, and at school he plays football and tennis. He is the
best badminton player in our family.

10. What is the text mostly about ........

A. Peter.
B. Peter's hobby.

C. Peter's family.
D. Peter's elder brother.

11. From the text we know that Peter is ........

A. the writer's youngest brother


B. the writer's elder brother

C. a naughty boy
D. a friendly boy

12. Based on the text we know that the writer is ........ years old.

A. fourteen
B. sixteen

C. eighteen
D. nineteen

13. "Peter is interested in sports very much, and at school he plays football and tennis".
The underlined phrase can be replaced with ........

A. dislike sport
B. really likes sport

C. hates sport very much


D. finds sport not really entertaining
Amelias house was in a quiet place. It was a hilly village, the garden of her house was very
beautiful. Flowers with various colours grew there. Amelia grew some roses. She's a nature lover.
One day Amelia closed her book. She felt tired after studying hard. She stood by the window. She
could see the mountain from there. It was a beautiful bluish green.
"How beautiful. How wonderful it would be if I could reach the top of that mountain without
climbing."
"If you want to fly up there, follow me," said a soft voice. Amelia was surprised. "Who are you?
Why did you come in without permission?"
"My name is Yuli. My home is a bit far from here. I want to be your friend, Amelia," said the girl.
"You know my name," said Amelia.
"I often hear your mother calling you," Yuli answered. She reached out her hand to Amelia.
Amelia shook Yuli's hand.
"Why is your hand so cold? Are you ill?" asked Amelia, worried.
"I haven't been to school for few days," said Yuli.
"If you were sick, why aren't you in bed now?" asked Amelia.
"The fresh air will make me better, Amelia," said Yuli pulled Amelia's hand. She wanted Amelia to
follow her.
"Oh, no. I cannot go now. I must do my homework."
"Okay. How about tomorrow? My mother will make some delicious cakes for me. You must taste
some, Yuli," said Amelia.
"Thanks Amelia. You are so kind." Yuli waved to Amelia and then she was gone. Amelia's mother
was puzzled to see her daughter talking alone.

14. What does the story tell about ........

A. A mysterious girl.
B. Amelia's new friend.

C. A little girl in a village.


D. A quiet place in a village.

15. The first paragraph is about ........

A. the dream of Amelia


B. the setting place of the story

C. how the story happened


D. the problem faced by Amelia

16. What did Amelia want to do someday ........

A. To play with her new friend.


B. To fly up to the top of the mountain.
C. To introduce her friend to her mother.
D. To reach the top of the mountain by climbing.

17. ' ........ make some delicious cakes for me.'


The word 'delicious' means ........

A. bad smell
B. nice taste

C. bitter taste
D. stale flavour
18. Which qualification must the teacher candidate have ........

A. Explicit.
B. Expired.

C. Expressive.
D. Experienced.

19. The word 'Required' is similar in meaning to ........

A. called
B. helped

C. trained
D. needed

Mr. and Mrs. Charly were on a tour to Europe. They were travelling on a guided tour to five
countries. They were going to travel through The Netherland, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland,
and France for two weeks.
The guide for the tour was a Swiss. On the day of the travel the guide told them to check
their passports, their traveler cheques, and their foreign cash. He told them to keep them safely.
They traveled in a comfortable coach with a toilet, music, and video. The guide stopped the
coach at many famous places. He explained the cultural importance of the places. They stayed in
big hotels for the night and ate in the restaurants.
On the way, they stopped at small inns to eat lunch. In big towns, they went for shopping.
They bought many souvenirs for their friends. They enjoyed the two-week tour.

20. The text is about ........

A. travelling
B. shopping

C. tracking
D. visiting

21. Where were Mr. and Mrs. Charly touring ........

A. Africa.
B. Europe.

C. America.
D. Australia.

22. The guide told them to check their immigration ........, such as passport, visa, and exit
permit.

A. papers
B. letters

C. records
D. documents

23. What is paragraph three about ........

A. Shopping in big towns.


B. Staying in famous places.

C. Visiting interesting places.


D. Eating in big restaurants.

24. "They enjoyed the two-week tour".


The underlined word has the same meaning as ........

A. got bored with


B. got pleasure from

C. became addicted to
D. planned well became amazed at

QUININE HAIR TONIC


This hair tonic is processed from the leaves of the quinine tree to help stimulate hair growth.
Apply evenly on scalp every morning or evening particularly on areas where hair is thinning and
lightly massage.

25. What does the text tell you about ........

A. Hair cut.
B. Hair style.

C. Hair dresser.
D. Hair treatment.

26. What is the function of hair tonic ........

A. To make hair thin.


B. To massage scalp lightly.
C. To help stimulate hair growth.
D. To process the leaves of the quinine tree.

A shepherd took his sheep out to pasture, but when it was time to return to the sheep pen, he
found that some wild goats had become mixed up with his flock. Nonetheless, he was very
pleased that the flock had grown by itself, and he closed the goats into the pen along with the
sheep.
The next day was rainy and the shepherd decided not to go out. He gave his sheep only a
small handful of food, while he gave much bigger rations to the goats. He thought that if he
treated them well, they would stay with him. In spite of this, as soon as the shepherd opened the
gate, the goats ran out and he was unable to catch them again.
"Ungrateful beasts," shouted the shepherd after them." I treated you better than the other!"
"That's why we're going," answer one of the goats. "If you prefer us new animals to your
sheep, how will you treat us if you find some more animals in your flock?"
So do not be too happy if someone shows you that they prefer you to their old friends. You
too will soon be an old friend and could be replaced just as easily.

27. The text tells you about a shepherd, his sheep and ........

A. the pasture
B. wild goats

C. his friends
D. all beats
28. Why was the shepherd happy one day ........

A. He found some wild goats among his sheep.


B. He could close his sheep in the pen well.
C. His lost goats returned in good condition.
D. There was a pasture for his hungry sheep.

29. Which is the moral value you can learn from the story ........

A. Never ever trust to the new one.


B. Don't threat your friend as enemy.
C. There are not good things on the old one.
D. Don't forget the old friend if you get the new one.

30. What is the purpose of the text ........

A. To invite someone.
B. To inform people.

C. To send a message.
D. To remind somebody.

31. Which statement is TRUE based on the text above ........

A. Mr. Zu Bakir is the director of the International Club.


B. The invites should inform Zu Bakir about their coming.
C. Mr. Taylor is the director of the Indonesian Import Company.
D. The Indonesian Import Company is located in Hampshire England.

32. Who are the most suitable people to drive the car ........

A. Young people.
B. Old people.

C. Children.
D. Kids.

33. How many awards did New Honda Jazz get ........

A. 68
B. 51

C. 34
D. 17

34. " ........ New Honda Jazz is the best car that suites to every youngster.
"The word 'suites' has similar meaning to ........

A. appropriate
B. uncomfortable

C. important
D. well-know
Tikka Kebab
Ingredients:
1. Cubes of lamb 4. Salad
2. Squares of green pepper 5. Tikka seasoning mixture
3. Onions
Step:
1. Cut onions into quarters.
2. Put cubes of lambs, squares of green pepper and onion squares on bamboo
skewers and marinate them in Tikka seasoning.
3. Grill them.
4. Serve them with a salad (curry like seasoning from India).

35. What does the writer write the text for ........

A. To inform how to serve a salad.


B. To explain how to make a salad.
C. To tell how to make Tikka Kebab.
D. To discuss how to make cubes of lamb.

36. How many ingredients are needed to make Tikka Kebab ........

A. Three.
B. Four.

C. Five.
D. Six.

37. What does the word 'them' in step 2 refer to ........

A. Cubes of lamb and onions.


B. Onion, bamboo skewers, and salad.
C. Squares of green pepper and onions.
D. Cubes of lamb, onions, and squares of green pepper.

Dear Emily,

How are you doing? Remember me? We met at "Smutzer Primate Museum" in Ragunan
Zoo in Jakarta last month. I am really glad that you chose my country to spend the vacation.
Sorry, I cannot enclose our photos here, because you know, my youngest brother, Irfan, deleted
them. I had not kept them yet in the camera. Here I give you some photos of Irfan's birthday. We
celebrated it by having lunch together. You can see my big family. My mom roasted 3 big fish for
us. And we had hot chili sauce or sambal to eat with that roasted fish. Hm ... yummy!
How about your activity this semester? You're in class 11th , right? I want to know about
Victoria. I want to be your pen pal, so I can improve my English, and you can improve your
Bahasa Indonesia, too. Okay, that's all for the first letter. I am looking forward to hearing from
you. Send my love to your mom and grandma. Bye!

Your pal,

Mirda

38. The writer's purpose of writing this letter is ........

A. to get a photo
B. to have pen pal
C. to go to Victoria
D. to tell her experience

39. Where did Mirda meet Emily ........

A. In a student's exchange program.


B. In Ragunan student's camp.

C. In Ragunan Zoo.
D. In a study tour.

40. Where is Emily studying now ........

A. In a junior high school.


B. In a senior high school.

C. In an academy.
D. In a university.

What is the Significance of Rabbits' Large Ears

A rabbit is a small furry mammal with a short tail and pointed ears. Rabbits live in burrows in
the ground. Each burrow is the home of a single family. The first fossils which can be attributed to
this family came from North America but now they are found in every part of the world. Compared
to its small body rabbit has large-sized ears.
A rabbit is a weak and timid animal and is always surrounded by many enemies. Therefore
nature has gifted it with large ears to help it to hear even the fun of drop sound. The large area of
the ear catches almost every sound wave produced in the air and transfers them into the inner
ear. This makes the rabbit to detect its enemies in time and run to safety zones.
You must have noticed that a rabbit washes its ears by repeatedly licking its forepaws and
rubbing them over the surface of its ears. It does this in order to keep its ears clean, and also to
take into its mouth natural oil which surrounds the ear surface. This oil is important in forming
vitamin D which is necessary for the growth of healthy bones. If the rabbit is not allowed to form
this, it will develop rickets.

Shortened from: Children's Knowledge Bank. Look Out. Rohan Book Company

41. Which part of the rabbit's body produces natural oil? Its ........

A. forepaws
B. mouth

C. ears
D. tail

42. What is the main idea of paragraph 2 ........

A. How enemies surround a rabbit.


B. How a rabbit detects its enemies.

C. Why a rabbit has many enemies.


D. Why a rabbit likes fighting.

43. The purpose of the text is ........

A. to amuse the story


B. to retell rabbit's habitat

C. to describe rabbit's ears


D. to describe rabbit in general

Rino has a parrot named Coly.


It has ....(44).... feathers. They are yellow, blue, and red. Coly is very noisy ....(45).... always
imitates the human voice. They has a curved bill. It also has feet with two toes pointing forward
and two backward. The feet help it to ....(46).... on the branches and hold food.

44.
A. ugly
B. nice

C. colourful
D. beautiful

45.
A. It
B. Its

C. They
D. Their

46.
A. fly
B. take

C. grip
D. bring

47. 1. In the end, the Crow had no more cake because of her foolishness.
2. The Crow was so proud to hear this.
3. One day a hungry fox was walking alone in the jungle.
4. As soon as she opened her beak, the cake fell down.
5. The Crow had a piece of cake on her beak.
6. The cunning Fox caught the Cake happily and ran away.
7. Then she started to open her beak to sing for the Fox.
8. "Oh ... beautiful Crow! You're the best singer I've known in the world. I really want to
hear your melodious voice. Please .... Sing me a song now!"
9. He saw a crow perch on a branch of a tree.

Which one is the best arrangement of the sentences above ........

A. 3-5-2-8-4-9-1-7-6
B. 3-5-7-8-2-9-4-1-6

C. 3-8-2-5-9-7-6-4-1
D. 3-9-5-8-2-7-4-6-1

48. 1. Why was it named like that?


2. A brontosaurus was as long as four big elephants standing in a line.
3. The man who named it thought that when such a big animal walked, it must have made
a noise like thunder.
4. The word brontosaurus means thunder lizard.
The best arrangement of the sentences above is ........

A. 4-2-1-3
B. 2-4-1-3

C. 3-4-1-2
D. 1-4-3-2

49. in - your - the - best - speech - on - congratulation - contest - performance!


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

A. 7-4-9-1-2-3-5-6-8
B. 7-6-2-4-9-1-3-5-8

C. 7-6-3-5-8-1-2-4-9
D. 7-1-3-5-8-6-2-9-4

50. meet - the library - 3 p.m. - in front of - please - at - me.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

A. 5-7-4-2-6-3-1
B. 4-3-2-1-7-5-6

C. 5-1-7-4-2-6-3
D. 4-2-6-3-1-5-7

1. X : Get up, please. Riko.


Y : In a minute, Mom. I'm still sleepy.
X : Come on. Have a shower right now, or you'll be late for school.
Where does the dialogue take place?

A. In the office
B. At home

C. In class
D. In the library

2. Dony : ........do you go fishing?


Deni : Once a week.

A. How far
B. How long

C. How often
D. How many

3. Lidya : What a lovely purse!


Anne : Thank you. I ........ it myself.
Lidya : Did you?
Anne : Yes, I did.

A. make
B. made

C. am making
D. was making
4. Mr. Wilman : Mr. Enoch, do you mind having dinner at my house this evening?
Mr. Enoch : That sounds good.
Mr. Wilman : Are you sure?
Mr. Enoch : ........

A. I'm positive
B. Fine, go ahead

C. I'm afraid I can't


D. No, I can't

5. Rita : Hi, friends! Tomorrow is a holiday. What shall we do?


Ratih : How about going to Ramayana Department store?
Emi : ........What about swimming.
Rita : OK, so what time shall we go?
Emi : Nine o'clock.

A. That's not a good idea


B. I agree with you

C. That's fine
D. You're right

6.
Based on the pictures above, the refrigerator is ........

A. cheaper than the washing machine.


B. the cheapest of all.
C. the most expensive.
D. expensive as the television

7.
The notice means that ........ the grass.

A. we are allowed to cut


B. we are allowed to pick up

C. we must not walk on


D. we must not clean

Young Stars

The finalists of "Akademi Fantasi Indosiar 1" (AFI) are wonderful young people.
Mawar who was born on 26 February 1985 is a cute girl. She has straight, short hair. Her
bright skin, chubby cheeks, and lovely smile make her look very marvellous. She is not very tall.
However, her weight which is 40 kgs matches her body well and makes her look cute.
Unlike Mawar, Ve looks tall. She is 1.69 meters tall. She looks quite slim. She weighs 45
kgs. Compared to Mawar, Ve looks darker. The 22 years-old girl has black, straight hair.
Another finalist is Ismail who is better known as Smile. The young man who was born on
16 September 1983 looks much bigger and taller than his two female fiends. He is tall and
muscular. His complexion is fair and his hair is short and straight.

8. The text is about ........

A. Mawar AFI
B. Ve AFI

C. Ismail AFI
D. The finalists of AFI

9. What do you think about Mawar ........

A. She is taller than Ve.


B. She is heavier than Ve.

C. She is younger than Smile.


D. Her skin is darker than.

10. "Her bright skin, chubby cheeks, and lovely smile ........" (Paragraph 2)
The underlined word can mean ........

A. white
B. black

C. brown
D. brownish

11. What does the advertisement tell just about ........

A. Many kinds of trucks.


B. Farming tools.
C. Heavy duty equipment and machinery.
D. Many construction machineries

12. United Tractors Tbk offers us the following things, except ........

A. construction machineries
B. factory machineries

C. many kind of trucks


D. concrete mixer

13. "United Tractors offers us many kind of logging machineries such as trucks and trailers."
The word "logging" has closely meaning to ........

A. work of cutting down forest trees for timber


B. wood processing machine in the factory
C. wood or timber product by a factory
D. work of processing timber for some products

The Indonesian Archipelago

Indonesia is a country in Southeast Asia that consists of more than 13,000 islands. The
islands lie along the equator and extend more than 5,000 kilometers. Many of the islands cover
only a few square kilometers. But about a half of New Guinea and three quarters of Borneo also
belong to Indonesia. Both islands are the second-and-third largest islands in the world, after
Greenland.
Many geographers divide the more than 13,600 islands of Indonesia into three groups: (1)
the Greater Sunda Islands, (2) the lesser Sunda Islands, and (3) the Mollucas. Indonesia also
includes Irian Jaya, which is part of New Guinea.
The Greater Sunda includes Borneo, Sulawesi, Java and Sumatera. The Lesser Sunda
Islands extend from Bali eastward to the Timor. The Mollucas lie between Sulawesi and New
Guinea. The western part of New Guinea is called Irian Jaya, an Indonesian territory. Compared
to the other regions, Irian Jaya is the most thinly populated.

14. Where is Indonesia located ........

A. In Southwest Asia.
B. Along the equator.

C. Near Mollucas.
D. In the Greenland.

15. Paragraph two talks about ....

A. the three divisions of Indonesia's islands.


B. the greater Sunda islands.
C. the Indonesian geographers.
D. the position of Indonesia

16. Which of the followings belongs to the first largest island in the world ........

A. Borneo.
B. Irian Jaya.

C. New Guinea.
D. Greenland.

17. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE according to the text ........

A. Most of Indonesian population live in Irian Jaya.


B. Indonesia has more than 13,000 islands.
C. Borneo is the third biggest island in the world.
D. The Mollucas is between Sulawesi and New Guinea.

A hotel is the home of the guests and tourists, when they are away from home. The first
impression the guests have of a hotel is the way the doorman and the bellboy at the door and the
clerks at the front desk greet them. The guests often form their opinion of the hotel by reception
they receive. The guests are usually happy if they feel welcome and can get to their rooms
quickly.

18. The underlined word "bellboy" means a boy or a man who ........

A. helps the guests in a hotel carry their bags.


B. receives people arriving in a hotel.
C. lets people in and out in a large building.
D. goes with and serves or looks after another.

19. The underlined word "welcome" means ........

A. responsible
B. capable

C. acceptable
D. available

20.
This notice means ........

A. Throw your rubbish here


B. Do not throw rubbish here

C. Bring your own rubbish


D. Do not pick up the rubbish

The students of IA have just finished doing an experiment in the laboratory. It is nine fifteen. It is
time for them to have a break now. Etvia and her friends are in the canteen. The canteen is big
and clean. There is a washing table with the sentence "Wash your hands before and after eating"
above it. There are bowls ofside-dishes (lauk-pauk) and drinks sold in the canteen. All the
students queue up to buy their food. Discipline and obedience help to make sure every body
follow the canteen rules. The rules are to queue up to buy food and not to spit on the floor. If the
students are cooperative, the canteen will be clean and safe.

21. The students are in the ........ now.

A. laboratory
B. canteen

C. library
D. office

22. What are the canteen rules ........

A. Work together to prepare food.


B. Discipline and obedience.
C. Wash your hands before and after eating.
D. Queue up to buy food and not to spit on the floor.

23. "There is a washing table with the sentence 'Wash your hands before and after eating'
above it."
The word 'it' refers to ........

A. the washing table


B. the sentence

C. the canteen
D. the hand

Here are some .....(24)..... on how to be a successful English learner. First, don't be .....(25)..... of
making mistakes. Second, use every opportunity to practice your English.
At last, be an optimistic person.

24.
A. tips
B. clues

C. plans
D. rules

25.
A. afraid
B. proud

C. brave
D. shy

The Lamb and the Wolf

One day the wolf was slaking his thirst at a stream when he chanced to see a lamb, also
drinking, at some distance down the stream.
Outraged, he growled, "You are muddying my drinking water, now I shall eat you."
The lamb protested, "But, Sir, how can I be muddying your drinking water? I am farther down
stream than you are. The water is flowing from your part of the stream to where I am."
"Upstream or downstream, your drinking is muddying my water, and I shall eat you." So
saying, the wolf leaped upon the lamb and devoured him.

26. Where did the story happen ........

A. On the river
B. In the forest

C. In the jungle
D. At the zoo

27. The following facts made the wolf get angry with the lamb, except ........

A. the lamb muddied the water


B. the wolf wanted to eat the lamb
C. the lamb drank at the same stream
D. the lamb protested him

28. We can learn from the story that ........

A. Never drink the river water.


B. Never clean our body on the stream.
C. The bad will always beat the good.
D. The strong will always rule the weak.

29. 1. An interesting program makes us keep watching it.


2. They are music, film, sports, news, and many others.
3. We can choose as we wish.
4. There are a lot of TV programs we can enjoy.

The best arrangement of the above sentences to make a paragraph is ........

A. 4-3-2-1
B. 4-2-3-1

C. 1-2-4-3
D. 1-2-3-4

30. What is the first thing to do when cooking rice using a magic com ........

A. Adjusting the quantity of water.


B. Washing the rice, in the inner pot.
C. Plugging the cable into the electricity socket.
D. Weighing the rice using the measure cup.

31. The maximum amount of rice that can be cooked with the magic com is ........measure
cups.

A. two
B. three

C. four
D. five

32. "Put it in the inner pot, and adjust the quantity of water."
The underlined word means the ........ of water as suggested.

A. amount
B. number

C. size
D. weight

A tiger once caught a fox while hunting for food. The fox was very bold. "I am the king of the
forest," he said. But the tiger grew ....(33).... and said that he would eat the fox at once. "If you
don't believe me, come for a walk with me," answered the fox quite calmly. "You'll soon see
whether all the other animals are afraid of me or not." The tiger agreed to go with the fox. ....
(34).... all the animals saw them coming, ....(35).... ran away as fast as they could. The tiger never
found out that the animals were really frightened of him and not the fox.

33.
A. very strong
B. quite friendly

C. very angry
D. rather sad

34.
A. If
B. So

C. When
D. Because

35.
A. he
B. it

C. she
D. they

I cannot live without my pets. My dog is terrific and my cats are too. Everybody knows that dogs
and cats are enemies, but my pets can live together peacefully. There were three cats and one
dog. They slept and played together just like old mates. Now Pretty, one of my kittens, has gone.
I've lost her somewhere. I hope I can find her again.

36. The word which is the similar in meaning to the underlined word "terrific" ........
A. loyal
B. clumsy

C. great
D. harmful

37. The word which is the most similar in meaning to the underlined word "mates" ........

A. couples
B. friends

C. animals
D. pet

A rain forest, a very dense forest is usually found in tropical areas. These forests have warm
climates. Rain forests also receive a high amount of rainfall. A special trait of these forests is the
large amount of plants and animals living in them.
Another trait of the rainforest is the forest canopy. This canopy is formed by the branches and
leaves of the large trees. The canopy forms a green roof over the forest. Most birds live ip the
branches of the canopy.
Unfortunately, rain forests are rapidly depleting. People are clearing more and more rain
forests for timber. Some people are cutting down trees illegally. This is called illegal logging. If the
forests are cleared, many animals and plants may become extinct.

38. What is the text about ........

A. Plants and animals.


B. Illegal logging.

C. Tropical areas.
D. Rain forest.

39. From the text above we know that the area of rainforest is ........

A. still the same as some years ago


B. getting smaller
C. wider than before
D. clearer than usual

40. Look at the picture.

Where do you usually find the sign above ........

A. In the classroom.
B. On the bus.

C. In the garden.
D. On the train.

41.

What does the sentence mean ........

A. Turtle is one of the protected animals.


B. We must save protected animals.
C. Protected animals may be made into products.
D. We can make use of protected animals.

42. When will Putri's family come to Ratih's town ........

A. Last month.
B. Next holiday.

C. Before new year


D. In March

43. What will Ratih show to Putri's family ........

A. A new park.
B. Her new place.

C. A new train.
D. A railway station

44. How would Putri's family go to Ratih's house ........

A. By car.
B. By bus.

C. By train.
D. By plane.

45. In what year was Delia born ........

A. 1997
B. 1996

C. 1995
D. 1994

46. Delia hopes that Anita ........

A. brings a present
B. wears a new dress

C. attends the party


D. sings and dances

47. the lights - you - before - leave - turn off - the room.
1 2 3 4 5 6
The correct arrangement is ........

A. 4-6-3-5-2-1
B. 4-1-3-2-5-6

C. 5-1-3-2-4-6
D. 5-6-3-2-4-1
48. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph.
1. Yanto can collect six to seven hundred rupiahs from selling newspapers.
2. He goes to an SMP in the afternoon and in the morning he sells newspapers
around our neighbourhood.
3. Yanto saves some of his money in a saving box.
4. Yanto's house is not very far from my house.
5. He spends it on books and other things.

A. 1-3-5-2-4
B. 4-2-3-5-1

C. 1-3-5-4-2
D. 4-2-1-5-3

49. Which of the italic words has incorrect spelling ........

A. Indonesian people are very friendly.


B. All people should be responsible for their duties.
C. Travelling is more intresting than fishing.
D. Teenagers are smarter and more creative nowadays.

50. "Unfortunately, rain forests are rapidly depleting." (Paragraph 3)


The underlined word means ........

A. increasing fast
B. vanishing step by step

C. developing gradually
D. decreasing fast

My Uncle Martin is my mother's elder brother. He is my favorite among my mother's brothers. He


is a very interesting man. He lives quite near us with my Aunt Angela and my cousins Anne and,
Bob. I often go to his house.
He is about 45 with grey hair. He is still quite good-looking. He is tall and well-built. He has
blue eyes and a strong face. He wears glasses. He is short sighted. He takes them off when he
doesn't work.
Uncle Martin is a textile engineer. He works for a big firm in the city. He travels widely in his
job. He is an expert in solving problems with machines. At present, he is in the United States. He
is visiting the firm's customers there.
He is very fond of the sea. He has a boat at the seaside. He goes there, every weekend in
summer to sail it. I sometimes stay with my cousins at their house on the coast. When Uncle
Martin is at home, he usually takes us out in the boat.

Towards Synthesis

1. Who is Uncle Martin?

A. Bob's father.
B. Anne's uncle.

C. My mother's uncle.
D. Aunt Angela's neighbour.

2. Which paragraph talks about the physical description of Uncle Martin?

A. 1
B. 2

C. 3
D. 4

3. How many children does Uncle Martin have?

A. One.
B. Two.

C. Three.
D. Four.

4. What are Miranda's hobbies?

A. Swimming and singing.


B. Swimming and planting flowers.
C. Singing, swimming and planting flowers.
D. Singing and planting flowers with her friends.

5. Who is the second child of the family?

A. Yudhatama
B. Sherina

C. Miranda
D. Tiara

6. "They all love one another."


The word "They" in the sentence refers to ........and her parent.

A. Miranda'S Sisters
B. Miranda's parents

C. Miranda's father
D. Miranda and her sisters

7. There was no ........ in the bedroom last night. So I felt very cold.

A. bed cover
B. mattress

C. blanket
D. pillow

8. Malik : Anyway, how is Tim now?


Yauma : He's better, I think.
What is the opposite of the italic ward ........

A. nice
B. worse

C. worst
D. good
9. Doctor : ........?
Patient : My stomach aches.
Doctor : Let me see.

A. What can you do for me


B. What's wrong with you

C. Why don't you take a rest


D. Why don't you see The doctor

He is still one of the most recognizable men on earth. And decades after he burst upon the
scene as a gold medal winner at the 1960 Olympics in Rome, Italy, Muhammad Ali remains
ainagical figure, known and loved throughout the world.
Ali brought new speed and grace to his sport, and his charm and wit changed forever what
we expect a champion to be. His accomplishments in the ring were the stuff of legend : two fights
with Sonny Liston, where he proclaimed himself "The Greatest" and proved he was three
ambitious wars with Joe Frazier; the stunning victory over George Foreman in Zaire; and
dethroning Leon Spinks to become heavyweight champion for the third time. But there was
always far more to Muhammad Ali than what took place in a boxing ring.
His early embrace of the Nation of Islam and his insistence on being called Muhammad Ali
instead of his "slave name," Cassius Clay, introduced a new era in black pride. His refusal to be
inducted into the United States army anticipated the growing antiwar movement of the 1960s.
And his willingness to stage his fights in different countries such as Kinshasa, Zaire; Manila,
Philippines; and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; signaled a shift away from super power dominances
toward a growing awareness of the importance of the third world.
Today, Ali is a deeply religious man who causes feeling of love and respect wherever he
travels.
Adapted from an official biography by Tom Hauser

10. From the text, we know that Muhammad Ali ........

A. is a boxer
B. is not a boxer anymore

C. plays boxing so far


D. never played boxing Well

11. Muhammad Ali boxed dramatically when he fought three times against ........

A. Sonny Liston
B. Joe Frazier

C. George Foreman
D. Esau Spinks

12. Muhammad Ali is a man who once ........

A. became a United States Army


B. hated slave black man

C. won a gold medal in boxing


D. refused to become a boxer

13. "His accomplishments in the ring were the stuff of legend." (paragraph 2).
The synonym of the italic word is ........
A. costumes
B. gloves

C. voices
D. actions

14.
Look at the picture and complete the dialogue.
Azizah : Hi, Maridi How are you?
Maridi : Fine, did you join the study tour to Bali last month?
Azizah : Sure. I visited Mr. Wayan Surya. He is a ........
Maridi : Did he make many statues?
Azizah : Yes. And you know his work is so amazing.

A. sculptor
B. painter

C. curator
D. orator

15. Ata : Summer has come. What plans have you made for the summer ........?
Ergi : Hiking with friends in the Himalayas.
Ata : For how long?
Ergi : We'll leave in mid June and return at the end of August.

A. course
B. school

C. house
D. vacation

16. "Do you know much about computers? They are used for all sorts of things now, such as
for counting things, ticketing and other things."
What does the italic word mean ........

A. Kinds
B. Prices

C. Sizes
D. Shapes

17. Complete the sentence based on this table.

Mr. Hadi sells ........ cars than Mr. Jack does

A. less
B. little

C. fewer
D. more

18. Nurma : Hi, Kristin!


Kristin : Oh hello, Nurma. Look, this suitcase is too heavy for me. ........?
Nurma : With pleasure. Well, come on let's lift it up together.

A. Would you help me, please


B. How could I do it myself

C. Shall I lift it up for you


D. What can I do for you

19. Faiz : What does Samsul plan to do after the coming semester test?
Wiwit : He ........ his school holiday with us.

A. spent
B. spends

C. has spent
D. will spend

20. Complete the paragraph below.


Yemin Loyola is a Mexican girl. She ........ in Indonesia since last year.
She is here to study Indonesian culture in a private university in Central Java.

A. is
B. was

C. has been
D. have been

21. Teacher : Did you enjoy your vacation, boys and girls?
Sandy : Yes, Sir. I ........ to Singapore.
Adnan : Did you?
Sandy : Yes.

A. go
B. went

C. will go
D. am going

Last week my parents, sister, brother and I went to the zoo. We went there for recreation.
We left at 6.00 a.m. and arrived there at 8.00 a.m. It is about a hundred kilometers to go to the
zoo from my house.
There were a lot of people watching a giant snake. The snake was there for about a week.
It was 9 metres long. I thought it was the biggest snake I had ever seen. After going around and
watching various animals, we went home. On the way home, we stopped at the Borobudur
temple for half an hour.

22. Which is the most suitable title for the text above ........

A. Going to The Zoo


B. Having Recreation

C. Going to Borobudur
D. Watching a Giant Snake

23. How many people were looking at the giant snake ........

A. several
B. some
C. a few
D. many

24. How many persons did the writer go to the zoo with ........

A. two
B. three

C. four
D. five

25. "After going around and watching various animals, we went home." (paragraph 2) The
italic word has the same meaning as ........

A. different
B. similar

C. wild
D. mean

26. X : Do you think we can save our forest?


Y : ........ we can, because people still keep cutting down the trees.

A. I'm not sure


B. I'm sure

C. I agree
D. I'm certain

27. Andien : You'll have the audition next week, ........?


Delon : Yes, pray for me.
Andien : Good luck to you.

A. won't you?
B. will you?

C. don't you?
D. do you?

28. What is the text about ........

A. Flight schedules
B. An advertisement

C. An estimated time of arrival


D. An estimated time of departure

29. If you want to fly to Medan at 11.00, you can take flight ........

A. SG813
B. SG622

C. SG504
D. SG211
Rain forests cover about 10% of the earth, but they contain 90% of the world's animals and
plants. Rain forests are found in the hottest parts of the earth. They are situated in the area from
the Tropic of Cancer to the Tropic of Capricorn. This is the area on both sides of the Equator.
These forests are called rain forests because it usually rains there everyday. The weather
is always hot and humid. The main rain forests are in America, Africa, and Asia. The largest area
of rain forest is Amazonia in South America. It is three times larger than the whole of Indonesia.
Indonesia was covered by rain forests, but many of its forests have been cut down. Some
its also destroyed the Indonesian forests, especially during the dry season. It is hard now to
reforest the bare land.

30. From the text we can conclude that rain forests cover ........ of the earth.

A. all
B. most

C. a small part
D. ninety percent

31. We can find rain forests ........

A. on each equator
B. on the Tropic of Cancer

C. between the two Tropics


D. on the Tropic of Capricorn

32. "The weather is always hot and humid." (paragraph 2)


What does the italic word mean ........

A. hot
B. wet

C. dry
D. warm

33. Suryanto : Look at the waterfall over there.


Ayu : Wow, ........!
Suryanto : It's not only beautiful but also amazing.
Ayu : Right. I've never seen a waterfall like this before.

A. The waterfall is beautiful, isn't it


B. How is the waterfall

C. What a beautiful waterfall it is


D. What is a beautiful waterfall

34.
Which one is the correct statement based on the pictures ........

A. Mr. Han's car is the cheapest one among the others.


B. Mr. Fred's car is more expensive than Mr. John's.
C. Mr. John's car is as cheap as Mr. Fred's.
D. Mr. Fred's car is the cheapest of all.

Teddy : Do you like reading newspapers?


Zeni : Of course. I do not only like reading newspapers but also reading magazines.
Teddy : What do you get from reading newspapers?
Zeni : I do not only get information but I also get pleasure.
Teddy : What newspaper do you subscribe to?
Zeni : "Republika". How about you?
Teddy : I usually subscribe to both "Newsweek" and "The Jakarta Post".
Zeni : Oh really? They are English news papers, aren't they?
Teddy : You're right. I think it is important for us to read them everyday. English
magazines can enlarge our English vocabularies. We can get both knowledge
and information, especially about events which happened recently. And we can
also find advertisements for various things that we may need.
Zeni : I agree with you.

35. What are they talking about ........

A. The advantages of printed media.


B. The English newspaper from Jakarta.
C. The information on a newspaper.
D. The advertisement on the magazine.

36. What does Zeni like to read ........

A. Magazines
B. Newspapers

C. English magazines
D. Magazines and newspapers

37. Why does Teddy like to read Newsweek and The Jakarta Post ........

A. He likes the advertisement.


B. Teddy takes English Course.

C. Zeni asks him to read them.


D. He is good at English.

38. What is a tool? In the broadest sense, a tool is anything to do a job. In this sense, pens
and pencils are writing tools, spades and hoes are gardening tools. But usually, "tools" refers to
such things as hammers, saws, and drills.
What is the main idea of the paragraph ........

A. The kinds of tools.


B. The group of tools.

C. The invention of tools.


D. The meaning of tools.

The coach of the Indonesia basketball team calls a time-out and instructs his players to change
their strategy. He ....(39).... Jody to keep the ball as long as possible. Jody is good at dribbling the
ball. His skill in controlling the ball is ....(40).... but he is not quite good at shooting. Togar is better
at shooting and he is also the fastest player in the team. His only ....(41)....! is that he is very thin
and not very strong.

39.
A. knows
B. tells
C. thinks
D. leaves

40.
A. preventive
B. imperfect

C. doubtful
D. excellent

41.
A. appearance
B. weakness

C. strength
D. ability

42. Fenny : Which newspaper is yours? This one or that one?


Yudo : ........of them.
Fenny : Are they?
Yudo : Yes. Because not only the Surabaya Post but also the Jakarta Post is good and
useful for me.

A. Some
B. Each

C. Both
D. None

43. Teacher : Now tell me what orchid you found at Senayan orchid garden?
Ega : I didn't find the orchid we were looking for, Sir.
Mia : ........
Teacher : What? Are you kidding?
Ega : No, Sir.

A. so did I
B. I do too

C. I don't either
D. Neither did I

44. 1. The destruction of the forest requires serious attention.


2. The smoke from the fires has endangered people.
3. But, none is effective.
4. Not only people of Indonesia but also those from neighbouring countries.
5. Forest fires have been a big problem in Indonesia for many years.
6. Many efforts have been carried out to solve the problem.
Which is the best arrangement of the sentences in order to make a good paragraph ........

A. 5-1-2-4-6-3
B. 5-1-4-2-6-3

C. 5-1-6-3-2-4
D. 5-1-3-2-6-4

45.
Arrange these sentences-based on the pictures above to make cooking instructions.
1. Put noodles into glasses of briskly boiling water.
2. Your delicious noodles are ready to be served.
3. Put the seasoning, vegetables oil and chili powder in a bowl.
4. Mix the noodles well with all of the seasoning.
5. Cook the noodles and simmer for 3 minutes.

A. 4, 3, 5, 1, 2
B. 2, 1, 5, 3, 4

C. 3, 5, 1, 4, 2
D. 1, 5, 3, 4, 2

I know there are many young men who would like to become astronauts, space explorers
or scientists, or, at least to work in a space program. But, to do so you will have to prepare and to
work hard. There is no other way.
In the space field, mathematics and science are of the most importance. These are
subjects to which future astronauts must pay special attention in school. I don't mean that the
other subjects are not important. It's important to know about this world and its problems before
you go off to other worlds. A strong foundation in mathematics and science is essential to be an
astronaut. One cannot do without a complete understanding of nature, and of the earth. In space
a slight mistake in mathematics can be fatal.
Self control, discipline and mental strength are very important requirements for an
astronaut. The good spirit of team work has to win over personal desires.

46. Why are mathematics and science the most important subject in the space field ........

A. They are essential to an astronaut.


B. To understand completely about the nature of all subjects.
C. Both subjects are strong foundation.
D. In a space, a slight mistake in mathematics can be fatal.

47. Besides knowledge, what is important to be an astronaut ........

A. The high mood


B. Mental strength

C. Personal desires
D. Important requirements

48. What is the best title for the text ........

A. The Training of Astronauts.


B. The Requirements to be an Astronaut.
C. The Most Important School Subjects.
D. The Preparation of Going to the Other Space.

49. The people here will die of hunger if the dry season ........ longer.

A. lasts
B. lasted

C. will last
D. has lasted

50. Mother : Why do you come home late?


Ghifar : There was a school football match, Mom. ...... I watched it first with my
friends.
Mother : Don't do it again without telling me before.
Ghifar : Okay, Mom.

A. So
B. And

C. But
D. Or

Roni and Dini study at SMP 1. Their school has a nice library. The library is not so big, but it has
a lot of books, newspaper, and magazines. The book are arranged according to a system.
The students like coming to the library. The room is air conditioned and always full of
visitor. They go there to read, or borrow some books they like. They are served by Mrs. Yulia and
Mr. Bahrul. These librarian have been working fo twenty years.

1. How is the library at Dini school?

A. It is nice and very big


B. It is really nice and big

C. It is quiet and nice


D. It is not so big but nice

2. How will the visitor feel when they are in the library ?

A. They'll feel cool


B. They will feel hot

C. they will feel very cold


D. they won't feel comfortable

3. How are the books arranged in the library?


They are arranged ........

A. neatly
B. orderly

C. mathematically
D. systematically

4. "They are served by Mrs. Yulia and Mr. Bahrul."(paragraf 2).


What does the word "They" refer to?

A. Mrs. Yulia and Mr. Bahrul


B. Roni and Doni

C. Librarians
D. Visitors

A Theatre
A theater is a place where people entertain the audience. The people who perform, called
actors and actresses, act in plays on a stage. A stage can be raised platform, or it can be part of
the floor in a room, either in the center of the room or against a wall. The audience, is a very
important part of a theatre because it is for the audince that the actors and actresses act, and the
playwright writes. Without an audience, they are only rehearsing or practising.
A theatre can be anywhere in home, school auditorium, park and a hall. Theatre means
action. In this text theatre is used in connection with performances on stage by live actors and
actresses. It is living theatre.
Theatre in the East differs greatly from that of the West. The Asian theatre is, for the most
part, nonrealistic, or symbolic. Western theatre, on the other hand, tends to be realistic.

5. What is actor?

A. A person who plays on stage


B. A person who performs and acts in plays
C. A man who acts in plays on a stage
D. A person who is playing at the theatre

6. What is the main idea of paragraf 2?

A. School auditorium is the only theatre.


B. What a theatre is.
C. The performance of actors is theatre.
D. Theatre means action of actors.

7. What is the difference between the Eastern theatre and the Western theatre?

A. The Eastern theatre is based on facts rather than sentiment of illusion.


B. The Western theatre is based on facts rather than Eastern theatre.
C. The Eastern theatre is better than the Western theatre.
D. The Western theatre is better than the Eastern theatre.

8. "A theatre is a place where people entertain the audience."


The synonym of the italic word is ........

A. amuse
B. influence

C. watch
D. present

Dear Betty,
I'm writing to you concerning of my last day in Jogya. I just got back from Borobudur, the
wonderful temple I've ever seen. The weather is fine. We are now staying in a hotel. It's not far
from Malioboro. We are treated well here. It has many excellent staff who serve the customers.
We plan to go around Malioboro after the children take a short nap. We want to enjoy having
"lesehan" there. It is a kind of a restaurant but we sit on the ground.
Many kinds of local handicraft are sold along Malioboro street. Both domestic and foreign
tourists are interested in them. I want to buy some as souvenirs.
Don't worry, I'll also buy you the most interesting one.

Love,
Dara

9. The text gives us information about ........

A. the wonderful Borobudur temple


B. the souvenirs to be bought
C. Dara's last day in Jogya
D. a comfortable hotel near Malioboro
10. Who is the letter from? ........

A. Customers
B. Betty

C. The hotel staffs


D. Dara

11. How do the staff serve the customers of the hotel? ........

A. Proudly
B. Interestingly

C. Badly
D. Nicely

Farmers usually start to cultivate their field in the wet season. Before cultivating, they prepare
their ....(12).... like hoes, sickles, rakes and ploughs. They also prepare their cows or buffaloes.
The cows or buffaloes are very important for farmers to pull the ....(13).... to cultivate the rice field.
It is a ....(14).... way.

12.
A. machines
B. tools

C. appliances
D. utensils

13.
A. plough
B. tractor

C. spade
D. rake

14.
A. modern
B. traditional

C. simple
D. nice

15. The advertisement above tells us about ........

A. a travel agent
B. a holidays package tour

C. a transportation number
D. a transportation company

16. The company will take the passengers to some cities in ........ islands.

A. five
B. four
C. three
D. two

17. Where can we rent the Black Bird buses? ........

A. Java
B. Bali

C. Sumatera
D. Jakarta

18. 'For further information, call 8802309'


The italic word means ........

A. ask
B. tell

C. phone
D. join

Read the follwoing graph.

19. The graph tells us about ........

A. indoor children activities


B. outdoor children games

C. characteristic of games
D. games for children

20. The most popular games based on the diagram is ........

A. snakes and ladders


B. hide and seek

C. kite flying
D. chess

21. Iqbal : Hello, I am Iqbal.


Hadi : Oh, hi, I'm Hadi. How do you do?
Iqbal : ........?

A. Fine, thank you


B. Nice to meet you

C. How do you do
D. I'm quite alright

22. Fadilla : Whose bag is that?


Zahra : Which one?
Fadilla : The new one on the table.
Zahra : Oh, it's mine.
The antonym of the italic word is ........

A. small
B. old

C. bad
D. cheap

23. Ninda : Have you met the new student?


Citra : Yes, I have. He ........ speak english well.
Ninda : Really?
Citra : Yes, he's been in Australia for about five years.

A. can
B. able

C. could
D. ability

24. Mother : Have you written a letter for your cousin, Rina?
Rina : Yes, I have.
Mother : When did you write it?
Rina : I ........ it last night.

A. write
B. will write

C. wrote
D. am writing

25. Sella : My uncle bought me two t-shirt and I want to give you one.
Bestha : Oh, thank you very much. How kind of you.
Sella : Don't mention it. But ........ one do you want? The red one or the blue one?
Besthe : The red one, please.

A. what
B. whose

C. which
D. whom

26. buying - did not - clothes - money - much - we - spend - for.


The best arrangement of the world to make a good sentences is ........

A. 6-2-7-5-4-8-1-3
B. 3-2-1-6-7-5-2-8

C. 6-2-7-5-3-1-4-8
D. 3-2-5-1-6-7-4-8

27.
Rio : What do you think of show?
Rudi : Fantastic. Especially the ........ She is so talented.
Rio : I agree. She is still young, but she is very professional.
Rudi : She'll be very famous in the future, I think.

A. violinist
B. guitarist
C. harpist
D. fentist

28. Alex : You look fit. Do you always go to a fitness centre?


Rudy : Not really. I haven't got much time, but every morning I go jogging.
Alex : I see. That's why you're so fit.
Rudy : That's correct.
If you want to stay fit you should exercise ........

A. continuity
B. continue

C. continously
D. continuous

29. Susi : It's good to hear that you've moved to a new house.
Carol : Thank you. I am very happy with it.
There are ........ rooms than the old ones.
Susi : How many rooms are there?
Carol : 3 bedrooms, 1 dining room, 1 kitchen, 1 family room, 1 living room
and 3 bathrooms, including toilets. The old one just had two bedrooms.

A. more
B. fewer

C. as many as
D. not so many as

30. Mother : How are you feeling, dear?


Daughter : I am feeling better, Mom.
I have had a blood test.
Mother : Have you got the result?
Daughter : Not yet. Dr. Henry ........ me when it's ready.

A. tells
B. will tell

C. is telling
D. told

31. Dian : Welcome home. How was your holiday?


Tari : It was wonderful. I really enjoyed it. I spent two days in the Blue Mountains.
It's very beautiful there.
Dian : I ........ there twice. I plan to go there again next year.
Tari : Me too.

A. have been
B. will be

C. am
D. was

32. Santi : Would you like to buy some sugar for me, please?
Santo : ........ I can't. I'm in a hurry.
Santi : It is O.K then. I will buy it myself.
A. Of course
B. I'm sure

C. I don't know
D. I'm really sorry

33. Nina : Why didn't you come to my birthday party yesterday?


Damar : My brother had an accident. He was hit by a car.
Nina : Oh, my God ........

A. I'm glad to hear that,


B. I'm sorry to hear that

C. I'm disappointed to hear that


D. I'm really happy to hear that

34. Wulan : ........ you can do the test well.


Renny : Thank you. Wish me luck.

A. I hope
B. I doubt

C. I'm curious
D. I'm not sure

35. Dimas : How ........ is Timothy?


Samuel : He is 170 cm.

A. far
B. tall

C. high
D. long

36. Publishing schedule.

The table shows that 'Hello' is published ........ a month.

A. once
B. twice

C. three times
D. four times

37. 1. Next, please stand in line to wait your turn.


2. There are many steps to cash your savings in a bank.
3. Fill in the form you have got.
4. Finally, come to the teller to cash your savings account.
5. First of all, get the form provided by the bank.

A. 2-3-1-4-5
B. 5-3-1-4-2

C. 2-5-3-1-4
D. 5-2-3-1-4
38. Ari : She usually travels by train, ........
Adi : Yes. She prefers to go by train to bus because it's more comfortable.

A. doesn't she?
B. does she?

C. is she?
D. won't she?

39. Didi : Excuse me, I am looking for


Wida : Do you know her?
Devy : Yes, I do. She used to live next door, but I haven't seen her for a long time.
I ........ she is still here.
Didi : Do you know how to find her?
Devy : I am sorry. I've no idea.

A. doubt
B. am sure

C. know
D. am certain

40. Mother : You know that Tamara always takes sleeping pills to solve her problems.
Father : That's wrong. It can be dangerous for her life if she doesn't change
her bad habit. She should go to a specialist or share her problems with
someone she trusts.
The italic expression expresses ........

A. sympathy
B. possibility

C. disagreement
D. uncertainty

41. Let me tell you about a cute animal which can live in both places, in water and on land.
This kind of animal is often used for experiments.

The animal being described is picture number ........

A. 1
B. 2

C. 3
D. 4

42.
Based on the pictures above, the binoculars are ........

A. cheaper than the suitcase


B. the same price as the knap-sack

C. the most expensive among them


D. less expensive than the knap-sack

43. Cici : I can't find my Biology book. Does ........ know where it is?
Betty : Eko came here just now and took the book. He is going to get it in the afternoon. Cici : I
see.

A. everybody
B. nobody

C. anybody
D. somebody

44. Mini : Wow, ........


Lili : Yes, this is also the fastest cruise. It is called "quick cat"
Mini : How long does it take to get to Lembongan island?
Lili : Only 45 minutes.

A. what's a ship.
B. what a fast cruise it is!

C. what a boring cruise is!


D. what a luxurious cruise ship it is!

45. Christ : Excuse me, I must go to bed now.


Steve : Why? It's only a quarter to nine.
Christ : Well, ........ I don't want to come late for the conference tomorrow morning.
Good night.
Steve : Have a good sleep.

A. when
B. though

C. because
D. but

46. Arrange the following sentences into a good paragraph.


1. School buses are often recognizable by their orange-yellow colour.
2. They are school buses and commercial buses.
3. Commercial buses may serve routes which are not accessible by other forms
of public transit.
4. It is used to transport students to and from school.
5. Generally, there are two kinds of buses.
The best arrangement is ........

A. 5-2-4-1-3
B. 5-2-3-1-4

C. 5-2-3-4-1
D. 5-2-1-4-3

47. Read the following paragraph and complete it with the appropriate sentence.

........We went to the last show at nine o' clock. The horses performed first. The animals were
trained by a young man dressed in green with a long, cracking whip. The horses danced when
the band started to play to entertain everyone. Which is the most suitable sentence to complete
the paragraph?

A. We went to the show at seven o'clock.


B. My brother and I went to the horses show last month.
C. My family went to a circus a few months ago.
D. It was already ten o' clock.

48. Denta : Wow! You have so many magazines. Have you read them all?
Dea : Yes, I have.
Denta : They seem interesting. Do they have good articles?
Dea : Yes! ........ of the articles are quite good.

A. All
B. Both

C. None
D. Nothing

49. Mr. Bambang : Are you interested in reading international


Mr. Budi : Yes, I'm very interested in it.
Mr. Bambang : Do you read "Time" or "News Week?"
Mr. Budi : ........

A. Not only "Time" but also "News Week" I read.


B. I read not only "Time" but also "News Week".
C. I not only read "Time" but also read' "News Week".
D. Not only read "Time" but also I read "News Week".

50. Nindi : Can you mention some people working on newspapers?


Nanda : Yes. Among them are journalists, editors, caricaturist, and columnists.
Nindi : I see. And can you tell me who edits the articles, before they are printed out? Nanda :
The editor ........

A. is
B. did

C. does
D. do

51. Dona : How did Mirna swim in the swimming contest?


Dodi : She swam quickly.
Dona : Really? How about Vera?
Dodi : She swam quicker than Mirna.
Dona : And Rosa?
Dodi : Oh, she swam ........of all. So that, she became the best swimmer in her class.

A. slower
B. quicker

C. the slowest
D. the quickest

52. Ari : Mom, may I climb the starfruit tree to pick its fruit?
Mom : But the fruits are still unripe.
Ari : The ones on the right branch are ripe, Mom.
Mom : OK, but ........! Usually, there are many caterpillars on the starfruit tree.
Ari : Thank you, Mom.

A. don't move
B. watch out Mr.
C. don't come any closer
D. be careful

53. Mr. Chan : Have you been to "Mecca"?


Mr. Jaya : Yes. What about you?
Mr. Chan : ........ I went there in 2002.

A. I did too
B. neither have I

C. So have I
D. So did I

54. Mr. Chaniago : Welcome to Jakarta!


Mr. Bill : Thanks. It's a terrific city.
Mr. Chaniago : Yes. It's the busiest city in Indonesia. By the way ........ I will
take you round the city this afternoon.
Mr. Bill : Great I'd love to I want to see the Miniature Park of Indonesia and
the National Monument.

A. because you are not tired


B. if you are not tired

C. if you are tired


D. after you take a bath

55. Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? ........

A. Roses are beautiful and jasmines are too.


B. Does "kangkung" grows well on the water!
C. Cactus can not grow in a pot and asparagus can, too.
D. A lizard don't bite and a iguana doesn't either

56. Gandhi : ........


Lala : Yes, thank you. Can you lift this suitcase?
Gandhi : Sure.

A. Who can help me?


B. Can you help me?

C. Would you like any help?


D. Why do you need any help?

57. What does the passage tell us about? ........

A. A band show
B. Entrance tickets

C. Ticket sellers
D. Ticket price

58. When will the show be held? ........

A. In the morning
B. In the afternoon
C. At midday
D. In the evening

59. There will be ........ entertainers performing on stage.

A. three
B. four

C. five
D. six

60. "We present the most famous singers."


The italic word refers to ........

A. the readers
B. the writer

C. the singers
D. the organizer

Mrs. Leo is a doctor. She has a sharp nose, wavy hair and creamy yellow skin. She is
tall and slim. She is about one point seventy metres. Her weight is about forty five
kilograms. Mrs. Leo works in a big hospital. She starts working at eight o'clock in the
morning until five at noon. Everyone likes her. She always smiles in treating her
patients or to others she knows. On Saturday and Sunday, she stays home or spends
her time for recreation.

1. What time does Mrs. Leo begin to work?

A. At 5.00.
B. At 7.00.

C. At 8.00.
D. At 9.00.

2. Mrs. Leo is a ........ doctor.

A. lazy
B. kind

C. proud
D. clever

3. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE ?

A. Mrs. Leo is a friendly person.


B. Mrs. Leo works five days a week.
C. Mrs. Leo is a tall and fat woman.
D. Mrs. Leo finishes working at five p.m.

HOW TO BOIL AN EGG

Things you need


1 egg
1 small saucepan
0,5 litre of water

What to do
1. Fill the saucepan with litre of water
2. Bring water to boil
3. Put egg in water with spoon
4. Boil for 4 minutes
5. Turn off the stove
6. Drain saucepan
7. Serve egg in egg cup
Serving suggestion: Warm buttered toast, cut into slices and dipped into the egg
makes a tasty treat

4. Which of the following is in the correct order?

A. Boil for 4 minutes, place egg in saucepan, bring water to boil, drain saucepan.
B. Bring water to boil, place egg in water, boil for 4 minutes, drain saucepan.
C. Bring water to boil, place egg in saucepan, drain saucepan, boil for 4 minutes.
D. Bring water to boil, place egg in saucepan, boil for 4 minutes, drain saucepan.

5. To avoid the egg being broken, what should you do?

A. Drop the egg in water as fast as possible.


B. Throw the egg in boiled water.
C. Put the egg in a drain saucepan.
D. Put the egg in water with a spoon.

6. " ... makes a tasty treat."


The underlined word could be best replaced with the word ....

A. decorated
B. delicious

C. hot
D. salty

7.
The lady has ........ hair.

A. short
B. curly

C. wavy
D. straight

Budi's mother goes shopping regularly. She goes to the .....(8)..... once a week.
There she buys things for the daily .....(9)....., such as meat, fruit and vegetables. She
loves to go there because it is clean, comfortable and has fixed price.

8.
A. green grocer
B. market

C. supermarket
D. department store
9.
A. drinks
B. foods

C. meals
D. needs

10. Teacher : All right, students. Let's start the quiz.


Students : Excuse me, Sir. Can we open our books?
Teacher : No! ................ Are you ready?
Students : Yes, sir.

A. Come to me!
B. Explain to me!

C. Close your book!


D. Open your book!

REUTERS
Liverpool, England.

Senegal striker El-Hadji Diouf has signed a five year deal with Liverpool, the English
premier league club said on Tuesday.
"We can confirm that Diouf has signed a five-year deal that will keep him at Anfield until
June 2007," a club spokesman said.
The former Lens striker, who has cost Liverpool 10 million pounds ($15.75
million), was joined in training on Tuesday by fellow new comer Alou Diarra and Bruno
Cheyrou, who have both signed long-term deals at Anfield.
French midfielder Diarra, 21, arrived on a free transfer from Bayern Munich, while 24-year-
old Cheyrou joined for four million pounds ($6.30 million) from Lille last week.
Salif Diao, who played alongside Diouf at this year's World Cup, has also signed a five-year
contract from Sedan.
But the midfielder, who cost Liverpool some 5 million pounds ($7.88 million), will not arrive
in England until December.
Senegal was one of the surprises of the tournament in South Korea and Japan when it beat
defending world champion France in the opening game and went on to the quarterfinals.

Adapted from The Jakarta Post

11. In the opening game of the world Cup 2002, Senegal defeated ........

A. Argentina
B. Korea

C. Italy
D. France

12. What is the text about? It is about football ........

A. players
B. coaches

C. clubs
D. trainers

13. When does El Hadji Diouf start joining Liverpool?


A. In 2001.
B. In 2002.

C. In 2005.
D. In 2007.

14. "Senegal was one of the surprises of the tournament in South Korea and Japan."
What does the underlined word mean?

A. A contest in which a number of competitors take part.


B. People who participate in certain event.
C. One who wins the first prize in a contest.
D. Events which do not relate to sport.

15. What is the information about? It is about a/an ....

A. restaurant
B. apartment

C. hotel
D. plaza

16. What's the quickest and practical way to reserve a table in the restaurant ........

A. Going to the restaurant.


B. Coming to the restaurant earlier.
C. Informing the restaurant via telephone.
D. Connecting the restaurant Via internet.

17. The correct statement based on the ad is ........

A. The Queen's Tandoor is in President Hotel


B. Queen's Tandoor offers Indian and Chinese food
C. Queen's Tandoor offers traditional and Indian foo
D. We can find Queen's Tandoor in all part of Jakarta

18. Look at the picture!

She is Susan. She's got ........because of the cold weathe

A. a cough
B. a flu

C. a headache
D. a stomachache

19. John : How do the people carry all the vegetables?


Siti : Some people use a van and some others use a ........ pulled by a bull.
John : You mean a "dokar"?
Siti : No we call it "cikar".

A. car
B. cart
C. lorry
D. carrier

20. Look at the picture!

The man is playing one of the musical instrument. He is a ........

A. singer
B. fentist

C. saxophone player
D. pianist

21. Dono : What do you think of our school basket ball team, Fan?
Taufan : I think they play ........ than the SMU 5 team.
Dono : That's why we win the game.

A. worse
B. more slowly

C. better
D. more quickly

22. Rani : ........


Indra : I'm so sorry. I'm busy doing my homework.

A. Do you want me to post this letter?


B. Would you like me to post this letter?

C. Can I help you to post this letter?


D. Could you post this letter for me?

Some years ago the forest in Indonesia .....(23)..... from the air like an unbroken carpet of green.
But today we only find some trees in the forests because people .....(24)..... them for timber.
They also .....(25)..... the forest for farms, mines and settlements. If we don't stop this, our
forest will be gone.

23.
A. look
B. looks

C. looked
D. are looking

24.
A. cut
B. are cutting

C. have cut
D. will cut

25.
A. clear
B. are clear

C. cleared
D. will clear

L.A. du Pre,
Foucaud et Cie,
1128 Rue Voltaire,
76005 Paris
28th August, 2003
Dear Miss du Pre

Thank you for your letter of the 21 August 2003. We have reserved a room for Mr. Alain Mancone
for the period of 21st September to the 2nd October, inclusive. The room overlooks the park, and
has a telephone extension. The telephone can be connected to outside lines, so Mr. Mancone
can use the telephone to make and receive calls. A reception room will be available daily.

The cost of single room with bath is $1500 per night, excluding V.A.T.* There will also be a
service charge of 15 percent. This price includes breakfast, which can be served in the guest's
room, if desired.

We look forward to seeing Mr. Mancone.

Yours faithfully,

Ramadhan Afifi
* V.A.T = Value Added Tax

26. What is the letter about?

A. The available hotel facilities.


B. The cost of the single room.

C. The prices of the hotel.


D. The reply from the hotel.

27. Foucaud et Cie 1128 Rue Voltaire is ........ where du Pre wort

A. the address
B. the city

C. the office
D. the department

28. The price of the room can be found in ........ paragraph.

A. the first
B. the second

C. the third
D. the forth

29. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

A. Ramadhan Afifi was the manager of the hotel.


B. Mr. Mancone needed the room facing the park.
C. The price of the room included the service charge.
D. Breakfast was always served in the guest's room.
30. We look forward to seeing Mr. Mancone." (paragraph 4)
The underlined phrase means ........

A. expect
B. believe

C. assure
D. wait for

31. Ida : Why don't you ask John to repair your car?
I ........ he can fix it.
Yudi : That's a good idea.
I know he is an experienced mechanic.

A. doubt
B. am certain

C. am not sure
D. am uncertain

32. A : Travelling by plane costs a lot, ........ it?


B : Yes, you're right.

A. isn't
B. doesn't

C. is
D. does

Last Friday I travelled by train to Surabaya. I sat in a seat beside the aisle and began to read my
newspaper. After an hour, I got up from my seat, walked down the aisle and into the WC. I locked
the door of the WC. Minutes later I tried to unlock the door. It wouldn't unlock. First of all I was
amazed, and then I was annoyed. How was I going to get out of the WC?
I tried pushing the lock. I tried pulling it. I hit it with my shoe. Nothing I did succeed in opening the
door. The door remained locked. Finally I started to shout for help. "Help, I'm locked in the WC.
Please get me out." In the beginning nobody answered. After fifteen minutes somebody said.
"Hello. Who are you?"
Fifteen minutes later an official arrived. There were large crowds of people outside the WC. I
could hear the official telling them to stand back.
"Hello, I am a PJKA official. Have you got a train ticket?"
"Yes, I have."
"Let me see your ticket, please. Push it under the door."
I pushed my ticket under the door.
"Your ticket's okay. What are you doing in the WC?"
"Nothing. I'm doing nothing."
"Why don't you come out?"
"I can't open the door."
"What's wrong with you? Why can't you open the door?"
"There is nothing wrong with me. There is something wrong with the lock on the door."
"You'll have to wait there until we get to Surabaya. I will look for an engineer in Surabaya station".
"I don't want to wait here until we get to Surabaya. I want you to break down the door."
"Are you mad? I am an official. I cannot break down the door."
He went away. He took my return ticket with him. I had to stay in the WC until the train arrived in
Surabaya. The train was in Surabaya station for one hour and I was still in the WC on the train.
The official could not find the engineer, perhaps. I was feeling very hungry. I wanted to go home. I
pulled at the lock and the door suddenly opened. I was free. I ran down the aisle to my seat. My
luggage was gone. Somebody had stolen my bag.

33. Who is the writer of the text?

A. An official.
B. A steward.

C. A passenger.
D. A thief.

34. The writer could get out of WC because ........

A. somebody unlocked the door


B. the engineer came to help him

C. the official tried to open the door


D. the door was suddenly unlocked

35. The writer was locked in the WC for ........ before somebody knew it

A. an hour
B. a quarter

C. a few minutes
D. half an hour

36. "He went away." (last paragraph).


The word "He" refers to ........

A. the engineer
B. the writer

C. PJKA official
D. the passenger

37. Amrin : I'm not certain the train will be ........


Arlanda : Why do you doubt about it?
Amrin : Just now I heard the news that there was a train accident in Bintaro an hour ago.

A. late
B. punctual

C. cancelled
D. delayed

38. "The plane departs the airport at 03.00 p.m."


The word departs means ........

A. get
B. come

C. reach
D. leave

39. Marisa works aboard the plane. She is helpful and friendly. She serves drinks and meals
to the passengers. It is part of the service. What is she?
A. A steward.
B. A co-pilot.

C. A flight engineer.
D. A stewardess.

40. Dini : Wow, ........!


Gunawan : Yes, it is the most luxurious bus I have ever seen.
Dini : Shall we get on now?
Gunawan : Okay.

A. good heavens
B. what a comfortable bus

C. what a nuisance
D. how come

41. Look at the pictures!

The man in the B boat could sail ........ the man and woman in the other boat.

A. as fast as
B. not so fast as

C. faster than
D. not so fster than

42. Sandra : There was a plane crash in a housing area.


Ten people were killed.
Wulan : ........
Sandra : Military combat plane. It was on a training mission,

A. What kind of plane was it?


B. Who is the owner of the plane?

C. How many planes were there?


D. How did it happen?

When we watch the news on TV, we see the news announcers. Sometimes we see two or three
reporters. But we don't see the team of people who make the news broadcast. The TV team
includes carpenters, painters, electricians, light engineers, camera operators, video engineers
and sound engineers.

The carpenters make the news room, the painters paint the scenery and the electrician provides
electricity to power the cameras, microphones and the lights. The light engineer arranges the
lights so that we can see everything on the screen. The sound engineer makes sure we can hear
what the people are saying.

These are some of the news team. There are also the people who write the news and the people
who make the announcers look good, the make-up artists. In addition to all these people, there is
the producer - the person who manages everything and everybody in the team.

43. What does the text tell us about?

A. TV programmes.
B. People on TV screens.

C. The news announcers.


D. The television teams

44. There are ........ sections of the TV team.

A. seven
B. eight

C. nine
D. ten

45. Who is responsible for all TV programmes?

A. The reporter.
B. The producer.

C. The broadcaster.
D. The camera operator.

46. "The TV team's job" can be found in ........

A. the first paragraph


B. the second paragraph

C. the third paragraph


D. none of the paragraphs

The man wants to take a picture of a bird. He uses a .....(47)...... The picture will be saved in a .....
(48)...... When he wants to see the results of the picture, he puts it into the .....(49)..... and the
picture will appear on the screen or monitor.

47.
A. video rewinder
B. video recorder

C. video camera
D. video cassette tape

48.
A. television
B. video camera

C. video rewinder
D. video compact disc

49.
A. CD writer
B. disk drive

C. hard disk
D. CD Rom

50. Aliefya : Look at those two men!


Do you know them?
Gio : Yes ........ of them are reporters.
They work for "Republika".

A. All
B. Both

C. None
D. Some

51. Elisa : What were you doing in your room when Doni came?
Anggit : I was reading a magazine.
Elisa : Is that your hobby?
Anggit : Yes, I like reading. I always read ........ magazines ........ newspapers.

A. not only ... but also


B. only ... but

C. between ... and


D. neither ... nor

52.
Choose the correct description of the picture!

A. It has feathers, it can't fly, it lays eggs.


B. It has two wings but can't fly, it lays eggs, it has claws.
C. It has claws, its meat is very delicious, it crows at day break.
D. It has two wings, it can fly, it twitters at daybreak, it has claws.

53. Arrange these sentences to make a good paragraph!


(1) It has the head and feet of a duck and the body of a mammal
(2) Yesterday, we went to Safari park in Cisania, Bogor.
(3) Have you ever seen a picture of a platypus?
(4) What an amazing animal!
(5) Well, now I've seen a real live platypus.

A. (2) (3) (5) (4) (1)


B. (2) (5) (3) (4) (1)

C. (2) (3) (5) (1) (4)


D. (1) (4) (5) (2) (3)

54. Arrange the sentences into a good composition based on the pictures!

1. Many rhinos die at the hand of the hunters. If this happens continuously, in the next
few years we cannot find rhinos anymore. Now rhinos becomes protected animal.
2. We can find Java rhinos in Ujung Kulon Nature reserve. They always live in very
small groups even sometimes they live alone. This rhino is famous for its horn.
3. People make medicine from rhino's horn. It's popular as a traditional medicine for
a certain desease.
4. Many hunters kill the animal for its horn. They sell at a very high price.

A. 2-4-1-3
B. 2-4-3-1

C. 2-3-4-1
D. 2-1-3-4
55. Which country has the smallest number of population?

A. Germany.
B. England.

C. France.
D. USA.

56. The diagram shows us that each country has a lot of ........

A. unemployment
B. natural resources

C. skilled manpower
D. unskilled employment

57. Based on the diagram, the total number of unemployment in England is


approximately ........

A. less than 10 million people


B. 10 million people

C. more than 10 million people


D. 20 million people

58. Indonesia produces a lot of rice. Texas produces a lot of rice.


Instead of saying the sentences we can say :
"Indonesia produces a lot of rice and Texas ........"

A. is too
B. does too

C. isn't either
D. doesn't either

Andi : What will happen .....(59)..... the population growth in Japan is high?
Tina : I think it will have a larger population than Indonesia.
Andi : How about if the birth rates and death rates are balanced?
Tina : Of course, its population .....(60)..... growing.

59.
A. if
B. after

C. before
D. so

60.
A. stops
B. will not stop

C. doesn't stop
D. will stop
Hello, my name is Magic Sloanne. I live with my cousins, Donny and Bryan, at 60 Hyde Park
Street. It is near Lakeland Street. This is my new neighbour. His name is Vicky Martinez. He lives
on the same street as I live. I like have a friend like him because he is very clever and kind.

1. Where does Vicky live?

A. Near Hyde Park Street


B. On Lakeland Street

C. On Hide Park Street


D. Near Lakeland Street

2. Who is Magic Sloanne?

A. Donny's brother
B. Bryan's nephew

C. Vicky's cousin
D. Bryan's cousin

3. "........... because he is very clever and kind." (line 4)


What does he refer to?

A. Donny
B. Bryan

C. Magic Sloanne
D. Vicky Martinez

4. Librarian : Your library card, please?


Student : Oops. ... I forgot to bring it.
Librarian : So, you can't borrow this book.

A. How come
B. I'm sad

C. I'm sorry
D. With my pleasure

5. Mr. Ali : It was such a good presentation. Who is she?


Mr. Burhan : That's. my new secretary.
Mr. Ali : Tell me more about her.
Mr. Burhan : Well, she is not only smart but also... 3 languages very well.

A. will speak
B. has spoken

C. can speak
D. is speaking

6. Mother : What are you looking for?


Son : Some food. I am starving.
Mother : It's in the fridge.
Son : ........ nothing left, Mom.

A. There are
B. There is
C. There isn't
D. There aren't

7. Susanti : Can I have some apples, please?


Salesman : ........do you want?
Susanti : The Australian ones, please!

A. How many
B. How much

C. Which
D. What

8. Rinto : Hello, I'm back.


Mother : Oh hi, nice to see you again. How was your camping?
Rinto : It was great. It was an exciting experience.
Mother : I'm happy to hear that.

A. We're enjoying it.


B. We're going to enjoy it.

C. We really enjoyed it.


D. We have been enjoying it.

9. Rini : How much water do you need to water the flowers?


Putri : Only some... My garden is not as large as yours.

A. glasses
B. pails

C. spoonfuls
D. pools

Son : Father, I have a sore throat. I cannot swallow the food.


Father : Have you taken medicine? Son . Yes, but it doesn't get better.
Father : Now you should go to a doctor. Son . No, I am afraid of a doctor.
Father : But why?
Son : I don't want to be injected.
Father : But you have to:
Now ask Mother to take you to a doctor.

10. Why can't the boy swallow the food ?

A. He has asore throat.


B. His throat is bleeding

C. He has a stomachache.
D. His throat is closed

11. What does his father suggest his son to do?

A. To drink medicine.
B. To visit a doctor.

C. To swallow medicine.
D. To stay at home.

12. From the dialogue we know that Father and his son are at ........

A. a hospital
B. school

C. a doctor's room
D. home

13. Why do you think the son is afraid of being injected?

A. Because of the syringe.


B. Because of the frightening doctor

C. Because he wants to get better.


D. Because an injection is dangerous.

14. "Father, I have a sore throat" (line one).


The underline word in the sentence means the ........ the mouth.

A. back part of
B. front of

C. passage in
D. side part of

15. Tono : Oh, my stomach hurts.


Can you get me "Diatabs", please? It is on the table.
Tina : ........Here it is.
Tono : Thank you

A. Of course you are


B. I doubt

C. Never mind
D. Certainly

16. Tri : Hi Reza. Have you got any plans an Sunday?


Reza : Yes, I'm going to go to the bookshop, and you?
Tri : Hm. I ........ my favourite tailor tomorrow. I want to have a pair of trousers sewn.

A. visit
B. will visit

C. visited
D. have visited

17. Dinda : What about my new dress, Mother?


Mother : Don't worry. Your father ... a lovely evening dress for you.
Dinda : Really? Why didn't he tell me?
Mother : It will be a surprise, won't it?

A. haven't bought
B. has bought
C. isn't buying
D. was buying

Many people like to live in a city although it is often very crowded. There are many jobs
available. Therefore, it is easier to plan for a living. There are also more opportunities for
education and recreation. If people are sick, there is always a hospital or a clinic nearby. There
are markets, supermarkets or department stores that people can choose to go shopping. In
addition, all means of transportation are available. People can go by bus, taxi, train or plane. For
these reasons people prefer living in a city to a village.
Some other people prefer living in a village to a city. A village is not very crowded and noisy.
People do not have to rush to work. They may to whatever they want. They do not have.to,got to
school for a long period of time. They go to Elementary School just to be able to read and write.
This is enough for them to survive. They so not care much about time. Today and tomorrow are
just the same for them. Living naturally like this is enjoyable foi them.
However, not every villager enjoys the natural life. Some of them find that rural life is quite
backward. They want to improve their lives. They move to big cities to start a new life. Of course,
some of them are successful, but many of them are not. For those who are not successful living
in a big.city like Jakarta is really terrible. They are jobless and homeless because they do not
have skills needed in urban areas. They live in the slums of the city.

18. Where do many people like to live?

A. In a city
B. In a village

C. In a countryside
D. Near the rural area

19. What is the main idea of paragraph 1

A. Living in a city is very crowded


B. The reasons why people prefer living in a city.
C. Many jobs are available in cities.
D. Means of transportation in a city.

20. People like to live in a city because ........

A. it is often very busy.


B. It is easy to earn a living.

C. there are a lot of shopping centres.


D. all facilities are available there

21. Most villagers enjoy ........

A. their hometown
B. the natural food

C. natural life
D. the easy life

22. "Some of them find the rural life is quite backward." (paragraph 3). The word them refers
to ........

A. villagers
B. workers
C. rural lives
D. natural lives

23. Carla : What do you plan to do next Sunday?


Sherly : Nothing. What about you?
Carla : I .... the zoo. Can you join me?
Sherly : Sure. Thank you.

A. visit
B. am going to visit

C. visited
D. have visited

24. X : Have you been to the BOA bank?


Y : Yes, why?
X : ........ is the service?
Y : It's satisfying.

A. How brave
B. How good

C. How long
D. How high

25. Dinda : There's West Life show in Senayan.


........ to see it, Mom?
Mother : I'm afraid not. It will be very crowded. And it's dangerous for a young girl
like you.

A. Do you go
B. Did I go

C. Can I go
D. Will you go

26. How many people have seen the film at Atrium in three months?

A. 24,086
B. 4,733

C. 25,625
D. 26,243

27. Which cinema has the least audience?

A. Nusantara
B. Plaza Senayan

C. Atrium
D. Metropole

28. Yani : Where are you going next holiday?


Didin : ........ yet, but I might go to Solo.
A. I don't doubt
B. I'm ready

C. I'm not sure


D. I don't believe

29. X : Is Puncak Pass resort near here?


Y : Yes, it is
Z : ........ It's about 100 kilometers from here.
X : Oh, really?

A. I disagree with you.


B. I quite agree

C. I think so too
D. It certainly is

30. Look at the pictures!


According to the pictures, the refrigerator is ........

A. as expensive as the computer


B. more expensive than the television

C. much cheaper than the television


D. the most expensive of all

31. Guest : there is a vacant room, ........


Receptionist : Single room only, sir.
Guest : That's okay. I'll take it

A. aren't they?
B. are they?

C. isn't there?
D. is it?

32. These young people are going abroad, too. But they are- not going on a package holiday.
Aixi their holiday will not be very expensive, either. They will probably walk most of the way.
Sometimes they will get "lifts" in lorries or car. The will stay in youth hostels. Sometimes the will
even sleep in park or fields.
What the main idea of the paragraph?

A. How most young people spend their holiday.


B. Young people like going abroad for a holiday.
C. Most young people like going everywhere.
D. These young people are going abroad.

33. Santy : Nobody can buy the computer. It's ........ expensive for us
Bella : I know, but remember we badly need it, don't we?
Santy : That's right but let's try to get the cheap one.

A. rather
B. a bit

C. fairly
D. too

34. Laila : I dropped by Mr. Alfa's house but I met ... there.
Pesta : Did anybody tell you where he went?
Laila : No.

A. everyone
B. someone

C. anyone
D. no one

35. Choose the right order of the following sentences.


1. It takes place within three or more days.
2. The more important the person who dies, the more buffaloes they kill.
3. It is carried out in honour; of the dead person.
4. One of the Torajan traditions in the funeral
5. It is done by slaughtering a water buffalo.

A. 2, 5, 4, 3,1
B. 2, 3, 5, 4, 1

C. 4, 3, 1, 5, 2
D. 4, 3 ,5, 2, l

36. Ulfa : Look at the interior of the bus, Unang!


Unang : Wow! ........ The fare must be expensive.

A. What a comfortable bus it is!


B. What kind of bus it is!

C. What is the price of the bus!


D. How expensive the bus is!

The Manager July 12, 2002


PT. GARUDA INDONESIA
JI. Merdeka, 54

Dear Sir,

I am one of the customers of your flight company. Through this letter, I would like to tell you
something. This is about the services of your company.

Last Monday, I flew to Medan on the flight number GA 116, on the schedule board,
it is stated that the plane would depart at 70.00 a.m. But fact, I had to wait for an hour before
taking off. It has happened many times; because of that I was late to
attend an important meeting at my office in Medan.

You have to pay deeply attention to my letter. Do you best for your customers. I am sure that you
realize how important the customers are for your company. I do hope
that you will consider this letter.

Your faithfully,
Albert

37. What is the letter about?


A. Complying about the service
B. Informing about the meeting

C. Replying the complaint


D. Asking for information

38. Why was the writer late for meeting? Because ........

A. the flight to Medan was delayed


B. he didn't knows the time

C. he attended another activity


D. he forgot the flight schedule

39. Which is NOT TRUE. about the writer according to the letter?

A. His office is in Medan


B. He wrote a letter to the manager
C. He didn't feel disappointed with the services
D. He realizes how important the customers are

40. The letter tells us that the writer ........

A. Was happy with the service


B. Attracts the manager's attention

C. Didn't like the customers


D. Used garuda to Medan many times

41. Rini : Did you see the play in the cultural night?
Bella : Yes, I did. But the story was boring and the actors were not good.
Rini : ........ you did not watch the play up to the end and went home
Bella : You're right.

A. because
B. so

C. though ,
D. however -

Andi : I'm sorry to bother you, but may I read your newspaper.
Pedro : Certainly, please do. Here you are.
Andi : Thank you. By the way do you buy it everyday?
Pedro : No, I ....(42).... to it. I can save 35%..
Andi : What about the magazine? I mean what magazine do you read?
Pedro : Film magazine. It is ....(43).... weekly.

42.
A. subscribe
B. describe

C. borrow
D. announce

43.
A. bought
B. published

C. promoted
D. programmed

44. Rinto : The plant is lack of water


Anti : I agree with you. It is. ........ for the tree, to produce fruits.

A. certain
B. possible

C. positive
D. impossible

45. Sandra: Oh, it's beautiful flower! May I go to the garden, please?
Tyas : Certainly, but ........! You mustn't pick up any flowers or you'll be fined.

A. Lookout
B. Watch them

C. Be careful
D. Find out

46. Sari : Can we eat these berries?


Indah : Yes, we can. Like the red berries, black berries are edible
Sari : Have you ever tasted them?
Indah : No, I haven't, and you?
Sari : I haven't ........

A. too
B. either

C. neither
D. so

47. Yuni : Mom, is an ostrich a bird?


Mother : Yes, it is.
Yuni : It can't fly, can it?
Mother : No, it can't. Most birds can fly ........ an ostrich can't.

A. and
B. so

C. but
D. or

48. X : What do the Olympic Games consist of?


Y : The summer games and the winter games ........ are held every four years.

A. both
B. all

C. not only
D. none of
49.
The diagram above, shows that the Indonesian population ........

A. has been progressing steadily since 1997


B. has been decreasing steadily since 1997
C. has increasing tremendously
D. increasing quickly in 2000

50. A : The Thai football players looked so confident when they were facing the Indonesian
football team at Sea Games events last years. What do you think about that?
B : They looked like that because they were so sure that they could play ...... attractively,
and more cooperatively than the Indonesian team and they could win the match.

A. less
B. least

C. more
D. most

51. It belongs to reptile; it has four legs.


It uses its tail as weapon when it fights.
It is originally from one of the islands of the Indonesian Archipelago.
People call its name the same as its place of origin.
What animal is it?

A. Crocodile
B. Alligator

C. Phyton
D. Komodo

52. Yuni : Will you come to the meeting?


Bob : I don't know. I can't make up my mind
What's the topic. we're going to talk about?
Yuni : Water supplies for our village. It's interesting I think, isn't it?
Bob : Okay then, I will come if it ........

A. Doesn't rain
B. Didn't rain

C. Isn't raining
D. Hasn't rained

53. Anto : Indonesia has to import rice next year.


Mike : How come? Indonesia is an agricultural country.
Anto : There are some reasons for that.
Mike : Like what?
Anto : The harvest failed ........ natural disasters occurred.

A. although
B. because

C. but
D. and
54. What is the type of the text?

A. An advertisement
B. An announcement

C. A notice
D. A letter

55. Lake Hotel has the following facilities, except ........

A. children playground
B. tennis court

C. billiards
D. sauna

56. Which is NOT TRUE according to the text above?

A. Lake Hotel has function and conference rooms.


B. People can have Chinese food at Palm Hotel

C. Both hotels are located in Medan.


D. Lake Hotel is very far from Lake Toba

57. "We're waiting for you" (see Lake Hotel)


The word you in the sentences refers to ........

A. the writers
B. the readers

C. the visitors
D. the owners

58. Where will we go if we want to see the dance?

A. Symphony Hall
B. Carniege Hall

C. Movie land
D. Eastside Cinema

59. How many times a week jazz music is performed on the pier?

A. Six times
B. Five times

C. Four times
D. Three times

60. What is the text about ?

A. Movie stars
B. Art and leisure guide

C. Traveling guide
D. Spending the night

Some of the world's finest roads make use of bodies of water. They are called canals.
Canals are man made waterways. They are usually straight and narrow. But they are filled
with water. They connect rivers and lakes, oceans and lakes, rivers and rivers, and oceans and
oceans so that boats and ships can go from one to the other.
Most canals are used for transportation. Barges, boats, and ships carry goods over canals.
Some are used to irrigate land or to carry sewage from large cities. Canals also reduce the cost
of shipping goods and offer travel short cuts.
Canals even go over hills and mountains. But you know that water can't flow up a hill; so how
can the water and boats in a canal go up a hill?
Something called a lock is used. It is a giant tank. The tank is big enough to hold a long boat.
The boat floats into the tank, and the doors behind it are closed to lock the boat in there. Then
more water is let into the tank. When the tank is full of water, the tank door in front of the boat is
opened and the boat floats out. The boat floats higher and higher as the water rises. It floats
either out into a higher part of the canal or into another tank or lock, which will lift it still higher.
To go down the hill on the other side, the boat enters a lock that is full of water. As the water
is let out of the lock, the boat will float lower and lower. So locks make it possible for boats or
ships to move from one water level to another.

1. The text is about ........

A. roads
B. waterways
C. water transportation

D. world's finest canals


E. straight and narrow roads

2. Why do people build canals ........

A. To lift boats.
B. To rise water.
C. To store sewage.

D. To hold a giant tank.


E. To connect rivers, lakes, and oceans.

3. According to the text the canals join together the following EXCEPT ........

A. rivers and lakes


B. oceans and lakes
C. rivers and rivers

D. rivers and oceans


E. oceans and oceans

4. "They are straight and narrow like some roads." (Paragraph 2)


The antonym of the underlined word is ........

A. flat
B. rough
C. bumpy

D. indirect
E. winding
The Three Sheiks and Queen of Arabia

Maura, who liked to be thought of as the most beautiful and powerful queen of Arabia, had
many suitors. One by one she discarded them, until her list was reduced to just three sheiks, all
equally young and handsome, rich and strong. It was very hard to decide who would be the best
of them.
One evening, Maura disguised herself and went to the camp of the three sheiks, as they
were about to have dinner, and asked them for something to eat.
The first gave her some leftover food; the second gave her some unappetizing camel's tail;
the third sheik, who was called Hakim, offered her some of the most tender and tasty meat. After
dinner, the disguised queen left the sheiks' camp.
The following day the queen invited the three sheiks to dinner at her palace. She ordered her
servants to give each one exactly what they had given her the evening before.
Hakim, who received a plate of delicious meat, refused to eat it if the other two could not
share it with him, and this act finally convinced Queen Maura that he was the man for her.
"Without question, Hakim is the most generous of you," she announced her choice to the
sheiks." So it is Hakim I will marry."

5. The three sheiks were not ........

A. rich
B. young
C. strong

D. gloomy
E. handsome

6. Which statement is TRUE about the queen ........

A. The queen was the most powerful queen in Africa.


B. The queen was very proud of her beauty and riches.
C. The queen herself served the sheiks with delicious food.
D. The queen was very careful in deciding whom she would mary.
E. The queen was very satisfied with the food given by the sheiks.

7. The Queen ordered her servants to give the sheiks the same kind of food she got from
the evening before because ........

A. she wanted to entertain her guests


B. she wanted to test the sheiks's taste
C. she wanted to see the sheiks's reactions
D. she wanted to make a joke of the sheiks
E. she wanted to repay the sheik's kindness

8. The main idea of paragraph six is ........

A. Hakim was an unselfish person.


B. Hakim was served with succulent meat.
C. Hakim was satisfied with the food served.
D. Hakim wanted to share the food with the sheiks.
E. Hakim had made the queen find the resolution of her problem.

We, a mining consultant company, are looking for ........


9. What is the text about ........

A. Wisma Emha.
B. A job vacancy.
C. A senior secretary.

D. An application letter.
E. PT Citra Energy Development.

10. The following are the requirements asked EXCEPT ........

A. Five years experience.


B. Able to operate a computer.
C. Able to speak and write in English.
D. A graduate from a reputable university.
E. Application letter should be sent ten days after this ads.

Petroleum products, such as gasoline, kerosene, home heating oil, residual fuel oil and
lubricating oils, come from one source. Crude oil is found below the earth surface, as well as
under large bodies of water, from a few hundred feet below the surface to as deep as 25.000 feet
into the earth interior. Crude oil is obtained by drilling a hole through the earth, but sometimes
more dry holes are drilled than those producing oil. Pressure at the source, or pumping, forces
the crude oil to the surface.
Crude oil wells flow at varying rates, from ten to thousands of barrels per hour. Petroleum
products very greatly in physical appearance: thin, thick, transparent, or opaque. Their chemical
compositions are made up of only two elements: carbon and hydrogen, which form compounds
called hydrocarbons. Other chemical elements found in the union with the hydrocarbons are few
and are classified as impurities. Trace elements are also found, but these are of such minute
quantities that they are disregarded.
The various petroleum products are refined from the crude oil by heating and condensing
the vapors of crude oil. These products are called light oils such as gasoline, kerosene, and
distillate oil.

11. The best title of the text is ........

A. Petroleum Products.
B. Crude Oil Products.
C. Petroleum Processing.

D. Processing Petroleum Products.


E. Petroleum Chemical Compositing.

12. "....., but these are of such minute quantities." (Paragraph 2)


The antonym of the underlined word is ........

A. big
B. wide
C. broad

D. plain
E. apparent

13. The second paragraph is mainly about ........

A. the products of crude oil


B. the elements of crude oil
C. the impurities of crude oil
D. the physical appearance of crude oil
E. the chemical compositions of crude oil

Mangrove Trees

A mangrove is a tropical marine tree or shrub of the genus Rhizhopora. Mangroves have
special aerial roots and salt-filtering tap roots that enable them to thrive in brackish water
(brackish water is salty, but not as salty as sea water).
There are several species of mangrove trees found all over the world. Some prefer more
salinity, while others like to be very close t a large fresh water source (such as a river). Some
prefer areas that are sheltered from waves. Some species have their roots covered with sea
water everyday during high tide. Other species grow on dry land, but are still part of the
ecosystem.
Mangrove need to keep their trunk and leaves above the surface of the water. Yet they also
need to be firmly attached to the ground so they are not moved by waves. There are three types
of mangrove roots that play an important role for it:
1. Support roots which directly pierce the soil.
2. Level-growing roots which twist upwards and downwards, with the upward twists
emerging on the water surface.
3. Level-growing roots whose downward twist (sub-roots) appear on the water surface.
Any part of a root that appears above the water flows oxygen to the plant under water
surface. As the soil begins to build up, these roots produce additional roots that become
embedded in the soil.

14. The main idea of the text is ........

A. Mangroves grow on dry land


B. Mangroves are tropical marine trees
C. There are many species of mangroves
D. Mangrove roots filter the salt on the sea-water
E. Mangrove roots are attached firmly to the ground

15. We can conclude that most mangrove trees .......

A. need salt to grow.


B. grow on dry land.
C. grow on sheltered areas.

D. get oxygen from the water.


E. grow near fresh water sources.

16. In order to grow well mangroves require the following, EXCEPT ........

A. The roots twist upwards and downwards.


B. The trunk should be above the water surface.
C. The leaves should be above the water surface.
D. The trees should be firmly attacehd to the ground.
E. The parts of the plant under the water should have enought salt.

17. What is the announcement about ........

A. A school debate.
B. A school competition.
C. A debate competition.

D. Extracurricular activities.
E. Participants of the debate.

18. According to the text the competition ........

A. is only for students with good English.


B. is in the form of spoken arguments.
C. is in the form of written arguments.
D. will be held after school hours.
E. will run for two days.

Is it important to know what your kids are watching? Of course yes. Television can expose
things you have tried to protect them from, especially violence, pornography, consumerism, etc.
A study demonstrated that spending too much time on watching TV during the day or at bed
time often causes bed time disruption, stress, and short of sleep duration.
Another research found that there is a significant relationship between the amount of time
spent for watching television during adolescence and early adulthood, and the possibility of being
aggressive.
Meanwhile, many studies have identified a relationship between kids who watch TV a lot and
being inactive and overweight.
Considering some facts mentioned above, protect your children with the following tips:
1. Limit television viewing to 1 - 2 hours each day.
2. Do not allow your children to have a TV set in their bedrooms.
3. Review the rating of TV shows that your children watch.
4. Watch television with your children and discuss what is happening in the show.

19. What is the text about ........

A. The programs shown on TV.


B. Watching TV is disadvantageous.
C. The effects of watching television on kids.
D. Reviewing the ratings of TV shows is important.
E. The importance of knowing the program watched by our children.

20. The following are the effects of watching TV a lot EXCEPT ........

A. stress
B. being active
C. being aggressive

D. bed time disruption


E. shorten sleep duration

21. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text ........

A. All TV program are good for children.


B. Children know what programs to watch.
C. It is good for a kid to watch TV all day long.
D. It is very important for children to have a TV set in their bedrooms.
E. Spending too much time for watching TV may cause kids inactive.

22. It is hard for a child to sleep because ........

A. the parents review TV's program


B. the parents limit the time to watch TV
C. the kid watches TV with his/her parents
D. the kid watches too much TV at bedtime
E. the kid discusses the program with his/her parents

Nuclear power is generated by using uranium, which is a metal mined in various parts of the
world. The first large-scale nuclear power station was opened at Calder Hall in Cumbria, England,
in 1956.
Some military ships and submarines have nuclear power plant for engines. Nuclear power
produces around 11 % of the world's energy needed, and produces huge amounts of energy. It
causes no pollution as you'd get when burning fossil fuels.
The advantages of nuclear is as follows:
1. It costs about the same as coal, so it's not expensive to make.
2. It doesn't produce smoke or carbon dioxide, so it doesn't contribute to the greenhouse
effect.
3. It produces huge amounts of energy from small amount of uranium.
4. It produces small amounts of waste.
5. It is reliable.
On the other hand, nuclear power is very, very dangerous. It must be sealed up and buried
for many years to allow the radioactivity to die away: Furthermore, although it is reliable, a lot of
money has to be spent on safety because if it does go wrong, a nuclear accident can be a major
disaster.
People are increasingly concerned about this. In the 1990's nuclear power was the fastest
growing source of power in many parts of the world. In 2005, it was the 2nd slowest-growing.

23. The text dismisses ........

A. nuclear in general
B. nuclear biggest station
C. the danger of radioactive
D. the disadvantages of nuclear power
E. the advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power

24. The opposite of dangerous is ........(Paragraph 4)

A. vile
B. dull
C. tiny

D. calm
E. safe

25. Why is nuclear power very dangerous? Because ........

A. its radioactivity lasts long


B. uranium is renewable
C. it is reliable

D. it is cheap
E. it is safe

26. Which statement is TRUE about nuclear ........

A. It is reliable.
B. It is costly to make.
C. It causes air pollution.
D. It affects the greenhouse.
E. It produces small amounts of energy.

Breaking and Entering is an unusual film. Will and Sandy are two architects working on a
major urban renewal project in the King's Cross section in London. The area is unsafe and ready
for such a project. Will and Sandy move their offices into a nearby vacant warehouse.
Will has to deal with constant burglaries at his new office. One night, he saw Miro trying to
break into the building. He chased Miro to his run down apartment block and watched him return
home to his mother, Amira, a Bosnian immigrant who makes a living tailoring clothes. Soon, Will
'meet' Amira and they begin an affair. And Amira learns that Will holds the key of her son's future.
How far will this mother go to protect her son? Breaking and Entering is a very interesting film, it
is almost entirely character driven. Tis is not a bad thing although in the film we are exposed to a
story or action driven.
Anthony Minghella, the director, creates some of the most believable, interesting characters
these actors have ever played. It is almost painful to watch them on their journey. Each of the
characters makes decisions affecting how their lives will play out, or change and these decisions
and actions affect the story. The characters aren't reacting to the story. They are changing it.

27. The text is mainly about ........

A. a review of a new film, Breaking and Entering


B. the process in making the new film, Breaking and Entering
C. an amusing story dealing with experience in different ways
D. an account of an unusual or amusing incident retold by the film
E. the description how the film is accomplished through a series of steps

28. "Will and Sandy move their offices into a nearby vacant warehouse." (Paragraph 1)
The antonym of the underlined word is ........

A. empty
B. fulfilled
C. covered

D. occupied
E. luxurious

29. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE according to the text ........

A. Miro is one of the burglars who tried to break into Will's new office.
B. Will has to deal with constant burglaries at his new office.
C. Miro is Amira's son, a Bosnian immigrant who makes a living by tailoring clothes.
D. The area where the two architects work is unsafe and ready for a renewal project.
E. Minghella, the critic, creates some of the most interesting characters the actors have ever
played.

PHILIPPINES: At least nine people were killed and dozens were injured when the
Philippines security forces clashed with dozens of slum dwellers who resisted the tearing down of
their homes in the northern province, a police commander said Tuesday.
Raul Gonzales, the police chief in the northern Cordillera area, said, that the soldiers and
police officers traded gunfire with dozens of people who are illegally occupying the private land in
Kalinga province.
"Our team was ambushed on their way to the community to be demolished," said Gonzales.
He added that the security only defended themselves after the residents dug foxholes and
opened fire with automatic rifles.
"Nine people were killed and dozens were wounded, including 10 police officers during
almost 10 hours of fighting. We even had to evacuate some of our officers who needed surgery to
get the bullets from their bodies."-Reuters

30. What is the passage about ........

A. An illegal gunfire trade.


B. A demolition of illegal slum dwellers.
C. A fight between the police officers and the soldiers.
D. A clash between the security forces and the slum dwellers.
E. A clash between the police officers and the security officers.

31. The clash happened because ........

A. illegal slum dwellers resisted the demolition of their homes.


B. the police officers and soldiers shot the dwellers.
C. nine people were killed by the security forces.
D. the police officers firing the dwellers.
E. the people dwelled on private land.

32. Raul Gonzales said that ........

A. ten police officers had to be evacuated.


B. ten police officers were killed in the fighting.
C. ten police officers were injured during the fighting.
D. some of the wounded people needed surgery.
E. more than ten police officers were killed and injured in the fighting.

Last week I took my five-year old son, Willy, to a musical instrument store in my hometown. I
wanted to buy him a set of junior drum because his drum teacher advised me to buy him one.
Willy likes listening to music very much. He also likes asking me everything he wants to know.
Even his questions sometimes seem precocious for a boy of his age. He is very inquisitive.
We went there by car. On the way, we saw a policeman standing near a traffic light
regulating the passing cars and other vehicles. He blew his whistle now and then.
Seeing the policeman blowing his whistle, Willy asked me at once, "Dad, why is the
policeman using a whistle, not a drum?"
Hearing his unexpected question I answered reluctantly, "Because he is not Phil Collins!"

33. What does the text talk about ........

A. Willy and his new drum.


B. Phil Collins and his drum.
C. A policeman and his whistle.
D. Willy's drum private teacher.
E. The writer's five-years old son.

34. From the text above we know that Willy is a/n ........ boy.

A. smart
B. funny
C. stupid

D. childish
E. annoying

35. Which sentence makes the text a funny story ........


A. He is very inquisitive.
B. "Because he is not Phil Collins".
C. He blew his whistle now and then.
D. He also likes asking me everything he wants to know.
E. "Dad, why is the policeman using a whistle not a drum?"

1. Eka : Are you free today?


Lidya : Yes, what's up?
Blur : Would you like to come with me to see the "Peterpan" show tonight?
Lidya : Thanks, I'd be delighted to. It's my favourite band.
What are the speakers going to do?

A. To stay at home.
B. To see Peterpan show.
C. To arrange their free time.

D. To watch Peterpan at home.


E. To come to their friend's house.

2. Mira : Hi, Dad, I will be late home because the committee will hold a meeting after
class. Father : It's okay but you must go straight home after the meeting.
Mira : Don't worry, Dad.
Mother : What did Mira say?
Father : She said that she would be late home today.
What is the most possible place where Mira is talking to her father?

A. A hall.
B. Her home.
C. The office.

D. Her school.
E. A meeting room.

3. In which section would you likely read the ad?

A. Company for sale.


B. Office equipment.
C. Job vacancy.

D. Entertainment Guide,
E. Stationary and office.

4. What position is offered in the advertisement?

A. Salesman.
B. Wholesaler.
C. Accountant.

D. Office staff.
E. Director assistant.

5. Apply with curriculum vitae to Mrs. Barton.


What information should the applicant include in it ?

A. Experience in managing a company.


B. A statement of salary wanted.
C. A prove of knowing about stationary.
D. A statement of responsibility.
E. A statement of education and work experience.

Once upon a time, a rabbit wanted to cross a river but he could not swim. He had an idea.
He saw a boss of crocodile swimming in the river. The rabbit asked the boss of crocodile, "How
many crocodiles are there in the river'?" The boss of crocodile answered, "We are twenty here."
"Where are they?" the rabbit asked for the second time. "What is it for?" the boss of crocodile
asked.
"All of you are good, nice, gentle and kind, so I want to make a line in order. Later I will
know how kind you are," said the rabbit. Then, the boss of the crocodile called all his friends and
asked them to make a line in order from one side to the other side of the river. Just then, the
rabbit started to count while jumping from one crocodile to another : one ... two ... three ... four ...
until twenty, and finally, he thanked all crocodiles because he had crossed the river.

6. The story mainly tells us about ........

A. twenty crocodiles
B. the boss of the crocodile
C. a rabbit and twenty crocodiles
D. a rabbit and the boss of crocodile
E. the boss of the crocodile and all his friends

7. We know from the first paragraph that the rabbit actually wanted ........

A. to cross the river


B. to swim across the river
C. to meet the boss of crocodile
D. to know where the crocodiles are
E. to know the number of crocodiles there

8. All of you are good, nice gentle, and kind ...."


(Paragraph 2) The underlined word is synonymous with ........

A. wild
B. diligent
C. cheerful

D. easygoing
E. honourable

The University of Australia


The University of Australia has an international reputation for educational professionals and
for applied research. It is Australia's largest university, with six campuses, including a specialized
technology campus. The university places particular importance on the quality of its teaching and
learning programs, and on its working links with industry, business and government.

9. The whole paragraph promotes that ........

A. the University of Australia offers excellent educational programs


B. the University of Australia is the largest university in the country
C. the University of Australia has a specialized technology campus
D. the university places particular importance on technology
E. the university has six campuses
10. Which information is NOT TRUE about the University of Australia?

A. It has an international educational reputation.


B. It also has a specialized technology campus.
C. It has six technology campuses.
D. It is Australia's largest university.
E. It has good relation with industry.

11. It is stated that the university has good relationship with ........

A. educational professionals
B. specialized technology
C. large universities

D. other campuses
E. industry

12. "The University of Australia has an international educational reputation for ..."
The underlined word means ........

A. knowledge
B. prestige
C. attitude

D. character
E. interest

The police thought that two burglars started the robbery at 151 Pattimura street on Sunday
afternoon. The burglars broke into the students' room while they were going to a football game.
They never thought that while they were away, burglars would break into their boarding house.

13. What happened to the students' room on Sunday afternoon?

A. The police broke it.


B. The police ruined it.
C. Burglars broke into it.

D. 'Iwo burglars broke it.


E. The students started to ruin it.

14. The burglars broke into the room when the students ........

A. were at a party
B. were taking a rest
C. were playing football

D. were at a football game


E. were watching football on TV

15. "The burglars broke into the students room ...."


The underlined phrase means ........

A. broke forcefully
B. entered by force
C. put into pieces
D. easily entered
E. came into

16. The students seem to think that ........

A. they had locked their room


B. their boarding house was not safe
C. their boarding house was in a safe area
D. thieves would easily break into their room
E. there would be a robbery in their boarding house

An elephant is the largest and strongest of all animals. It is a strange looking animal with its thick
legs, huge sides and backs, large hanging ears, a small tail, little eyes, long white tusks and
above all it has a long nose, the trunk.

The trunk is the elephant's peculiar feature, and it has various uses. The elephant draws up water
by its trunk and can squirt it all over its body like a shower bath. It can also lift leaves and puts
them, into its mouth. In fact the trunk serves the elephant as a long arm and hand. An elephant
looks very clumsy and heavy and yet it can move very quickly.

The elephant is very intelligent animal. Its intelligence combined with its great strength makes it a
very useful servant to man and it can be trained to serve in various ways such as carry heavy
loads, hunt for tigers and even fight.

17. The third paragraph is mainly about the fact that ........

A. elephants are strong


B. elephants can lift logs
C. elephants are servants

D. elephants are very useful


E. elephants must be trained

18. Which of the following is NOT part of the elephant described in the first paragraph?

A. It looks strange
B. It is heavy
C. It is wild

D. It has a trunk.
E. It has a small tail.

19. It is stated in the text that the elephant uses the trunk to do the following, EXCEPT ........

A. to eat
B. to push
C. to drink

D. to carry things
E. to squirt water over the body

20. "The trunk is the elephant's peculiar feature ..." " (Paragraph 2)
The underlined word is close in meaning to ........

A. large
B. strange
C. tough

D. smooth
E. long

Have you ever wondered how people get chocolate from? In this Article we'll enter the
amazing world of chocolate so you can understand exactly what you're eating.
Chocolate starts with a tree called the cacao tree. This tree grows in equatorial regions,
especially in places such as South America, Africa, and Indonesia. The cacao tree produces a
fruit about the size of a small pine apple. Inside the fruit are the tree's seeds, also known as
cocoa beans.
The beans are fermented for about a week, dried in the sun and then shipped to the
chocolate maker. The chocolate maker starts by roasting the beans to bring out the flavor.
Different beans from different places have different qualities and flavor, so they are often sorted
and blended to produce a distinctive mix. Next, the roasted beans are winnowed. Winnowing
removes the meat nib of the cacao bean from its shell. Then, the nibs are blended. The blended
nibs are ground to make it a liquid. The liquid is called chocolate liquor. It tastes bitter. All seeds
contain some amount of fat, and cacao beans are not different. However, cacao beans are half
fat, which is why the ground nibs form liquid. It's pure bitter Chocolate.

21. The text is about ........

A. the cacao tree


B. the cacao beans
C. the raw chocolate

D. the making of chocolate


E. the flavour of chocolate

22. The third paragraph focuses on ........

A. the process of producing chocolate


B. how to produce the cocoa flavour
C. where chocolate comes from
D. It the chocolate liquor
E. the cacao fruit

23. ".... so, they are often sorted and blended to produce ...." (Paragraph 3)
The underlined word is close in meaning to ....

A. arranged
B. combined
C. separated

D. distributed
E. organized

24. How does the chocolate maker start to make chocolate ?

A. By fermenting the beans.


B. By roasting the beans.
C. By blending the beans.

D. By sorting the beans.


E. By drying the beans.
Two students were discussing the school's new rule that all the students must wear a cap and a
tie. One of them showed her annoyance. She said that wearing a cap and a tie was only suitable
for a flag rising ceremony. So, she was against the rule. Contrary to the girl's opinion, the other
student was glad with it. He said that he didn't mind with the new rule because wearing a cap and
a tie will make the students look great and like real educated persons. The first student gave the
reasons that they would feel uncomfortable and hot. Moreover, the classrooms were not air
conditioned. The second said it wasn't a big problem. He was sure that the students would wear
them proudly. They would surely be used to it any way.

25. The two students are discussing ........

A. the facilities in school


B. their homework
C. their uniform

D. their friends
E. their family

26. The boy said that he agreed.with the new rule in his school.
Which statement shows his agreement?

A. He was not annoyed.


B. He would not obey the rule.
C. He didn't care of the rule.
D. He didn't like wearing a cap and tie.
E. He didn't mind wearing a cap and tie.

27. The boy believed that all students would ........

A. have a high spirit to study


B. solve their own problems
C. care for their environment

D. follow the new rule


E. feel uncomfortable

28. "One of them showed her annoyance, ..."


The underlined word is close in meaning to ........

A. responsibility
B. displeasure
C. agreement

D. applause
E. response

SINGAPORE: A supervisor was jailed for two months for repeatedly striking his Indonesian
maid on the head and back with a television remote.
Muhammad Shafiq Woon Abdullah was brought to court in Singapore because he had
physically hurt the woman on several occasions between June and October 2002. the Straits
Time said.
The magistrate's court heard that Shafiq, 31, began striking Winarti, 22, about a month
after she started working for him.
He hit her on the head with the TV sets remote control because he was unhappy with her
work. On one occasion, he punched her on the back after accusing her of daydreaming.
S.S. Dhillon, Shafiq's lawyer, said that his client had become mad when he saw his
daughter's face covered as she was lying in bed. He said his Client thought the maid had put the
child in danger.

29. The text reported ........

A. the arrest of a supervisor


B. the working condition in Singapore
C. an Indonesian worker in Singapore
D. the Indonesian workers' condition in Singapore
E. a crime by a Singaporean supervisor towards his maid

30. Which one of the following statements is TRUE according to the text ?

A. A supervisor was put in jail for two years.


B. The supervisor gave many kinds of jobs to the maid.
C. The maid has been working for him for two months.
D. Winarti struck the supervisor with a remote control.
E. The supervisor hit his maid's head with the TV set's remote control.

31. " ... he physically hurt the woman ..." (Paragraph 2)


The underlined word is close in meaning to ........

A. cut
B. injured
C. offended

D. punished
E. damaged

32. Why did Shafiq punch Winarti on her back?


She was accused of ........

A. talking much time for herself


B. not working properly
C. working carelessly

D. daydreaming
E. being lazy

Singapore is a city state, it is a city but it is also a state. It is a republic. Along with
Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Brunei, it belongs to ASEAN, the Association
of South-East Asian Nations.
Like Indonesia, Singapore is a country of "Bhineka Tunggal Ika." Chinese, Malays. Indians
and Eurasians make up its citizens. Other Asians, including Indonesians, Japanese, Philippines,
Koreans, Thais and Arabs also live on that tiny island. Singapore is sometimes called "Instant
Asia" because you can see varieties of customs, cultures, and foods of nearly all Asia in
Singapore.

33. The text mainly talks about Singapore as ........

A. a nation
B. an island
C. a republic

D. a city state
E. a memberof ASEAN

34. Singapore's citizens consist of ........

A. Brunei, Indians
B. Chinese, Thais and Arab
C. Chinese, Malays, Indians, and Eurasians
D. Eurasians and Philippines
E. Asians and Arabs

35. "... Koreans, Thais and Arabs live on that tiny island." (Paragraph 2).
The underlined word may be replaced by "very ........"

A. cute
B. huge
C. small

D. broad
E. harrow

"Koko, where are you?" Hamid called softly to his cat.


"He may have wandered to the harbour," said Hamid's friend, Muchtar.
Soon, the boys were at the harbour's gate, marked 'Gate 6', of Priok Harbour. Two policemen
were guarding the gate. The boys moved quietly so that the policemen would not see them. The
boys knew the policemen would chase them away if they saw them.
The boys knew Koko was somewhere neat the gate because they had heard him meowing.
The sound seemed to have come from a taxi that was parked near by. Hamid and Muchtar saw
two men standing beside the taxi. The men were talking in low tones. Then, one of them opened
the carboot, and Hamid saw Koko crouching among some bags.
Not long after that, the men left. Hamid quickly ran to the taxi. Finding the boat unlocked,
Hamid lifted the lid. What a shock! There were bags of explosive! At the moment, Hamid heard
the men coming back. He swept Koko into his arms and ran back to where Muchtar was keeping
watch.
"Those men are smugglers trying to bring explosive into the harbour," Hamid whispered to
Muchtar.
"What shall we do?" asked Muchtar fearfully.
"We must alert the policemen at the gate," Hamid said.
The boys moved cautiously until they reached the gate. Hamid told the policemen what he had
seen. The policemen did not really believe him, but they went with the boys to the taxi. The
policemen were just in time to see the men taking the bags of explosive out of the boot.
The policemen quickly stopped the men and handcuffed them.

1. Where did the two boys see the smugglers ........

A. Somewhere near the harbour.


B. At the guarded gate.
C. At Priok harbour.

D. Near a taxi.
E. At gate 6.

2. The purpose of the text is to ........

A. tell past events


B. entertain readers
C. describe the smugglers
D. report an event to the police
E. inform readers about events of the day

3. Hamid ........ when he saw bags of explosives inside the boot.

A. ran back to Muchtar's place


B. swept Koko into his arms
C. found the boot unlocked

D. left the taxi quickly


E. was very shocked

4. "The policemen quickly stopped the men and handcuffed them." (The last paragraph)
This part of the text is called ........

A. resolution
B. orientation
C. description

D. reorientation
E. complication

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 fad 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.

5. 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.

6. What is the story about ........


A. Jack and a butcher.
B. Jack and the giantess.
C. Jack and the bean stalk.

D. A poor widow and his son.


E. The giantess and her husband.

7. "Oh! It's my husband!" cried the giantess. (Paragraph 7)


"What on earth shall I do?"
From the sentence we know that the giantess is ........ her husband.

A. afraid of
B. angry with
C. fed up with

D. annoyed with
E. displeased with.

8. Jack's mother looked very furious when Jack told that ........

A. the beans were precious


B. the butcher bought his cow
C. he had sold his cow to a butcher
D. he traded his cow for the beans
E. he met a butcher on the way to the market

9. What do we learn from the text ........

A. Sincerity makes Jack get something precious.


B. Jack's mother was a furious mother.
C. Poverty makes people hopeless.
D. The giantess took pity on Jack.
E. Jack was an innocent boy.

Silkworms live for only two or three days after laying eggs. About 36,000 to 50,000 eggs are
laid, and these are carefully stored at the silkworm farm until they are ready to hatch. The eggs
hatch into caterpillars, which feed on mulberry leaves. Soon, the caterpillars are ready to spin
their cocoons. Not all caterpillars can spin silk cocoons.
Only the caterpillars of a silkworm moth known as 'Bombyx mari' can do such spinning.
This caterpillar has special glands which secrete liquid silk through its lower lip. The liquid
produced later hardens to form tine strands. The caterpillar makes its cocoons using these
strands. The threads on the outside of the cocoon are rough, while those inside are soft and
smooth.
Some fully-spun cocoons are heated. This kills the pupa inside. The cocoons are then put into
hot water to loosen the fine threads. Finally, these threads are reeled off the cocoons.
The length of unbroken thread produced by a single cocoon measures about one-and-a-half
kilometers. Being twisted together several of these threads make single woven materials.

10. What is the purpose of the text ........

A. To persuade readers to buy silk.


B. To put silk into different categories.
C. To entertain readers with the knowledge.
D. To present some points of view about silk.
E. To describe how silk comes into existence.
11. How are the threads on the outside of the cocoon ........

A. Fine.
B. Soft.
C. Rough.

D. Strong.
E. Smooth.

12. What are mulberry leaves for ........

A. Feeding caterpillars.
B. Spinning cocoons.
C. Storing threads.

D. Hatching eggs.
E. Laying eggs.

The sense of taste is one of a person's five senses. We taste with the help of taste-buds in the
tongue.
There are four main kinds of taste: sweet, sour, salty, and bitter. All other tastes are just
mixtures of two or more of these main types.
The surface of the tongue has more than fifteen thousand taste-buds (or cells). These are
connected to the brain by special nerves which send the so-called 'tastes messages.
When the tongue comes into contact with food of any kind, the taste-buds will pick up the
taste. The nerves then send a message to the brain. This will make us aware of the taste. All this
happens in just a few seconds.
There are four kinds of taste-buds, each of which is sensitive to only a particular taste. These
four groups are located in different parts of the tongue.
The taste-buds for salty and sweet tastes are found round the tip of the tongue and along its
sides. Sour tastes can be picked up only at the sides of the tongue. The taste-buds of the bitter
taste are found at the innermost edge of the tongue. There are taste-buds at the centre of the
tongue.
The senses of smell and sight can affect taste. The good smell of food increases its taste.
Similarly, attractive colours can make food appear tastier and more delicious. If food does not
smell good or is dull-coloured, it will look tasty and may not taste good at all.
Very hot or cold sensations can make the taste-buds insensitive. Food that is too hot or too
cold, when placed in the mouth, will have no tastes at all.

13. We can taste any kind of food because of ........

A. the good smell of food


B. the four main kinds of taste
C. the taste-buds in the tongue
D. the senses of smell and sight
E. the taste-buds round the tip of the tongue

14. When we eat very hot or cold food ........

A. the food will lose its taste


B. the food won't smell good
C. the taste of the food increases
D. the taste-buds will be sensitive
E. the taste-buds will be very, responsive

15. The senses of smell and sight ........


A. increase the taste of the food
B. affect the taste of the food
C. make food more delicious
D. make the food look good
E. make the food attractive

16. The purpose of the text is ........

A. to explain how we can taste any food in the mouth


B. to give a report about the sense of taste
C. to inform how important the tongue is
D. to describe the use of the tongue
E. to tell the taste of the food

Lyme Regis is a beautiful old seaside town, with a lively little harbour, beaches, and lovely walks,
either by the sea or in the country nearby. For children there is the Marine Aquarium and
Dinosaur land, and in summer you can escape from the crowds and relax in the Jane Austen
Gardens with beautiful views over the sea. There are many interesting old streets with cafes and
restaurants. The best restaurant is the Pilot Boat down by the beach, which has very good food
and excellent wine.

17. Many tourists are interested in coming to Lyme Regis.


This means that Lyme Regis is ........

A. amazing
B. excellent
C. attractive

D. delightful
E. advantageous

18. The purpose of the text is ........

A. to describe Lyme Regis


B. to describe the way people live
C. to describe how Lyme Regis is
D. to inform some beautiful places
E. to amuse readers with a beautiful object

19. "... and in summer you can escape from crowds ..."
The italic phrase means ........

A. find
B. keep
C. loose

D. avoid
E. release

MELBOURNE, Jan 22 (UPI) - Fire authorities in four Australian states are to control bushfires
fanned by strong winds and searing temperatures.

The Australian reported Sunday that blazes continued to burn in South Australia,
Tasmania, Western Australia and Victoria, where up to six homes have been destroyed.
In South Australia, much of Adelaide is engulfed in thick smoke. The firefighters who are
confronted by blast-furnace winds try to bring the flames under control.
At Robertstown in the state's mid-north, more than 2,500 acres have already burned.
Another bushfire, started by lightning, charred the earth near Mouth Flat on the southern side of
Kangaroo Island, while Ngarkat Conservation Park, in the State's upper-southeast, is also a
blaze.
A 7,500-acres fire at Mount Agnew in Zeehan, in the state's west, broke containment lines
Saturday afternoon, jumping a road and coming close to homes.
The most serious fires were in Victoria, where up to six homes were destroyed by a fire
near the town of Anakie, 36 miles west of Melbourne.
In Tasmania, falling temperatures and patchy, rain brought some relief to firefighters, who
continued to monitor 22 blazes across the state.

20. The writer wrote the text to ........ readers about newsworthy events in four Australian
states.

A. entertain
B. persuade
C. explain

D. inform
E. amuse

21. What is the text about ........

A. Fires in some areas of Australia.


B. Weather effect on fire.
C. The effects of fires.

D. The danger of fire.


E. The cause of fire.

22. The fires increasingly happened parts of Australia because of ........

A. strong winds and searing temperatures


B. falling temperatures
C. thick smoke
D. heavy rain
E. lightning

23. The reporter most likely got the information from ........

A. visitors
B. tourists
C. commuters

D. fire fighters
E. homeless people

24. "..., while Ngarkat Conservation Park, in the state's upper-southeast, is also a blaze."
(Paragraph 3)
What do the italic words mean ........

A. dangerous
B. covered
C. isolated
D. on fire
E. at risk

25. The purpose of the text is ........

A. to inform what PacAtta Signature Pursuit is


B. to share amusing events of the day with readers
C. to explain how PacAtta Signature Pursuit help you
D. to announce readers to join PacAtta Signature . Pursuit
E. to inform readers how to join PacAtta Signature Pursuit

26. The text is about ........

A. a mailing system
B. C.O.D information
C. USP signature tracking

D. the cost of delivery system


E. an announcement from PacAtta S.P

27. C.O.D information is ........

A. the cost of delivery


B. the reference number information
C. the cite of destination of the package
D. information about customer payment
E. the weight and dimensions of a package

28. "These new feature can help streamline your billing tasks, ..."
The italic word means ........

A. idea
B. aspect
C. opinion

D. thought
E. phenomena

FILMS INTACT

2002 Juan Carlos Fresnadillo,


Federico and Sam are two lucky men, Federico survived an earthquake and has the power
to wrench fortune from those around him: he has the gift, Sam is a survivor of the Jewish
holocaust and manages a casino in the middle of a lava desert. One day Federico challenges
Sam, who expels him from paradise, taking his gift from him.
Years later, Federico thinks that he has found in Tomas, the only survivor of an air
accident, the instrument of his vengeance. By teaching him to control fortune, he can use him to
return to the casino and challenge the God of fortune. Together they begin a journey of initiation,
a succession of ever more strange and difficult tests in which the highest bet is the luck of others;
luck, which in this game is captured in a simple photograph. Everything goes well until Sara, a
policewoman who survives a car accident which kills her family, becomes obsessed with
discovering what is behind these clandestine games in which death and luck become enmeshed.
In which only one can remain intact. This film is really worth watching.

29. The purpose of the text is ........


A. to describe a film
B. to describe how a film is made
C. to inform readers about a good film
D. to entertain readers by telling a story
E. to review a film for a public audience

30. After reading the review, how would you judge this film ........

A. Bad.
B. Fait.
C. Not bad.

D. Mediocre.
E. Excellent.

31. What does the writer suggest to the audience ........

A. The film is forgettable.


B. They should watch the film.
C. They should neglect the film.
D. They should make another film.
E. The writer should promote the film.

To improve comfort and cleanliness at our school, a number of dust bins should be
increased.
When we look at classrooms, school corridors and school yard, there are papers, mineral
water cups, straws, and napkins here and there. The condition of uncleanliness and discomfort
really hinders learning and teaching environment. Litters thrown carelessly cause disease,
especially empty plastic cups or glasses. They can be filled out with water coming from the rain.
This can be placed for dengue mosquitoes to spread out. Besides, these rubbish can deteriorate
the scene. Well painted wall and green school yard do not mean anything if litters are scattered
everywhere.
Anyway I notice that most of the students in our school have responsibilities for their school
environment. They put their litters on the proper places. But some are not diligent enough to find
the dust bins. The numbers of dust bins in our schools are not enough. More dust bins should be
put beside each of steps, outside, of the classrooms, and some more along the corridors.
Probably one dust bin should be in every ten meters. So when students want to throw away their
litters, they can find the dust bins easily.
When school is equipped with sufficient dust bins, we do not have problems of filth and
discomfort any more. Our school will be very clean and become a nice place to study.

32. What is the writer's intention? To ........ readers to do something good.

A. inform.
B. explain.
C. describe.

D. entertain.
E. persuade.

33. According to the writer, more dust bins ........ in every ten meters.

A. should be decorated
B. should be painted
C. should be placed
D. are unnecessary
E. are not required

34. What is the writer's argument on a sufficient number of dust bins ........

A. They can prevent litters.


B. They can save janitor's energy.
C. Students are asked to clean them.
D. They make school environment neat.
E. Students can throw garbage away easily.

35. What is the writer's suggestion ........

A. To buy more dust bins.


B. To hire more gardeners.
C. To use dust bins efficiently.
D. To ask parents to give more dust bins.
E. To ask students to clean the school yard.

The Buyat Bay, issue has been a hot topic these past two weeks.
However, no party has claimed responsibility for the pollution in the bay. This country is
suffering from an old illness : it cannot see the culprits even though it could - if it wanted to.
The issue started when a non-governmental organization discovered that a number of people
living near the bay in South Minahasa district, North Sulawesi province, were suffering from skin
diseases.
Blood tests showed that some had high levels of mercury in their blood.
Public opinion then turned against the subsidiary of U.S based Newmont Minahasa Corp. PT
Newmont Minahasa Raya, accusing it of causing the pollution by dumping its tailings in the bay.

1. This text mainly talks about ........

A. the pollution in the bay


B. the discovery of pollution by a non government organization
C. the failure of the government to find the culprits
D. the skin disease of the people living in Buyat Bay
E. the Buyat Bay issue

2. "Public opinion then turned ........ by dumping its tailings in the bay." (Paragraph 5)
The underlined word means ........ in a careless manner.

A. unloading
B. piling
C. burying

D. packing
E. covering

Nuclear power seems in some ways much cleaner than other sources of energy. Take oil
or coal as an example. When they are used in power stations, a great deal of smoke is produced.
The smoke contains a great deal of acid. Even if the smoke is cleaned by filters, a lot of the acid
still escapes into the air. This can be carried by clouds from power stations in England to
Scandinavia. When it rains there, the acid comes down with the rain. As a result, the fish, in lakes
and trees in forests begin to die.
But many people are still against nuclear power. They believe that the problem is not just
the danger of an accident in the atomic power stations. Highly radioactive material is used.
Radioactivity can cause cancer and other illnesses. Only a part of the material is used. The rest -
called waste - is just as radioactive. Although it is still highly dangerous, this radioactive waste is
often thrown into the sea. Nobody can be certain what will happen to it there. Only one thing is
certain. It will be highly dangerous for at least 240.000 years.

3. What is mainly discussed in the text ?

A. The acid rain.


B. An alternative energy.
C. An atomic power station.

D. Highly radioactive material.


E. The advantages and disadvantages of nuclear power.

4. The main idea of paragraph 2 is that ........

A. Nuclear power is very dangerous


B. Radioactivity may cause some diseases
C. Radioactive material is highly dangerous for man's life.
D. Many people disagree with the use of nuclear power
E. Radioactive waste will be highly dangerous for at least 240.000 years

5. All of the following statements are true, EXCEPT ........

A. Acid rain makes plants fertile


B. The smoke produced by the burning coal contains a lot of acid
C. Nuclear power may cause some health problems
D. People should be aware of the danger of radioactive waste
E. When oil or coal is burned, it produces some smoke

6. "Nobody can be certain what will happen to it there," (paragaraph 2)


The underlined word means ........

A. locate
B. exist
C. come

D. occur
E. last

Each society has its own beliefs, attitudes, customs, behaviours, and social habits. These
give people a sense of who they are, how they should behave, and what they should or should
not do. These 'rules' reflect the 'culture' of a country.
People become conscious of such rules when they meet people from different cultures. For
example, in some. cultures, being on time can mean turning up several hours late for an
appointment, even for a business meeting; in others, 3 p.m. means 3 p.m. Also, the rules about
when to eat vary from culture to culture. Many North Americans and Europeans are used to
having three mealtimes a day and organizing their timetable around them. In some countries, on
the other hand, people often do not have strict rules like this - people eat when they want to and
every family has its own time table.
When people visit or live in a country for the first time, they are often surprised at the
differences that exist between their own culture and that in the other country. The most common
way of comparing two cultures is in terms of their differences - not their similarities.

7. What does the writer want to tell you?


A. Strict rules.
B. Mealtimes day.
C. Culture differences.

D. Culture in a country.
E. Culture similarities.

8. New comers often feel ........ because their own culture is not similar to that in the new
country.

A. astounded
B. bored
C. disturb

D. uninterested
E. embarrassed

9. Which statement is TRUE according to the text ?

A. There are no people, becoming conscious of a new cuttura,


B. There are no countries having strict rules of mealtimes.
C. There are no strict rules of mealtimes in some countries.
D. There are no problems for people who visit a coutry for the first time.
E. There are no similarities between a culture is one country and that in another.

10. "Being on time can mean turning up several hours late ..." (Paragraph 2).
The underlined words mean ........

A. arriving
B. emerging
C. appearing

D. exposing
E. displaying

11. In some cultures people may ........ for a business meeting.

A. come late
B. eat strictly
C. be surprised

D. behave differently
E. use their own time table

The problem of over population in Indonesia is made worse by the fact that fifty percent of
all Indonesians are below the age of eighteen years. Most of them are dependents. They do not
earn money to support themselves and are in need of many facilities like food, medical care,
clothing, education, and employment opportunities. Although a large number of them are forced
to drop out of school to earn a living, the government. still has to spent a very large part of its
revenue on education. Then comes the problem of creating enough jobs for every new
generation of school leavers or college graduates.
Although the problem of overcrowded cities is difficult to solve, there is a solution to the
problem of people living in overcrowded areas of the countryside. The solution is internal
migration. This means moving poor people from the countryside to different but underdeveloped
parts of Indonesia, where they may work to build a new life themselves. In Indonesia, there are
large and active resettlement programmes of his sort which have given a new life to thousands of
people.

12. What is mainly discussed in the text?

A. Population problem.
B. Migration in Indonesia.
C. How to solve unemployment in Indonesia.
D. Overcrowded cities
E. A new life for thousands of people

13. Tlae main idea of paragraph one is that ........

A. Most of the youth are jobless


B. The elderly are more than the youth
C. The youth earn money to support themselves.
D. Indonesians lack employment opportunities
E. Fifty percents of Indonesians are dependents

14. Which sentence is TRUE according to the text?

A. Creating enough jobs for the young is not urgent.


B. Less than fifty percent of Indonesians are dependents.
C. There is no solution to the problem of overcrowded cities.
D. The only way to solve problem of over populatlon is by internal migration.
E. Employment opporcunities cannot help solve the over population problem.

15. " ........ government still has to spend a very large part of ........" (paragraph 1)
The meaning of the underlined word is ........

A. bring up
B. give out
C. take off

D. use up
E. take up

16. " ........ from the countryside to different but underdeveloped parts of Indonesia."
(paragraph l ).
The antonym of underlined word is ........

A. developing
B. developed
C. isolated

D. neglected
E. growing

17. Doctor : What's happened to your son, Mrs. Rina?


Mrs. Rina : He said ........ a terrible pain in his stomach.

A. that he felt
B. that her feels
C. if he is feeling

D. whether he felt
E. that he is feeling
18. James : Why didn't you answer my call?
Peter : Sorry ........

A. I was feeding my cattle


B. I have fed my cattle
C. I fed my cattle

D. I had fed all my cattle


E. I'll feed my cattle

19. Rindu : Mom, I am nominated in the singing contest


Mama : Great! I'm really proud of you.
The underlined utterance is an expression ........

A. will
B. pride
C. hope

D. plan
E. satisfaction

20. Rina : May I go to Pangandaran, Mom?


Mother : Yes, but don't forget to take care of yourself.
Rina : Thanks, Mom.
From the dialogue above, we know that mother ........ Rina togo to Pangandaran.

A. allows
B. orders
C. forbids

D. avoids
E. stops

21. Student : ........ to carry these books to your room, sir?


Teapher : No, thanks, Ican do it myself

A. Do you want
B. Shall I do
C. Can you help

D. May I help you


E. Do you mind

22. Bobby : ........ you will do your best in the competition this season.
Brenda : Well, everybody expects that, and I feel certain about it anyway.

A. I believe
B. I don't care
C. I congratulate

D. It's a pity
E. It's nothing

23. X : Tom, what happened to your leg?


Y : I fell when, I was playing football and my leg broke.
X : ........ you'd better the a rest,

A. Oh, poor you


B. That's great
C. That's fantastic

D. How lucky you are


E. I don't know what to do ,

24. Wido : Would you like me to carry these books, sir?


Mr Sumadi : Sure, thank you very Much.
The underlined expression shows ........

A. offering to do something
B. asking to do something
C. apologizing for someone's mistake
D. disagreeing with someone's opinion
E. greeting someone

25. X : There will be a party at my house tonight, Would you like to come?
Y : I'd love to, but I have an appoinment with my colleague.
From the dialog we know that the second speaker ........ the invitation.

A. gives
B. declines
C. takes

D. loves
E. enjoys

26. Raissa : I'm sorry, I can't leave now. We have to practise the last part of the drama but
we ........ by six o'clock.
Rezza : Don't worry. I'll wait until you finished.

A. finish
B. will finish
C. have finished

D. are finishing
E. will have finished

27. Ridwan : Do you think our youth have the competence to keep up with
the Americans in technology?
Ade : I don't think so because it needs a lot of money.
The underlined word means ........

A. knowledge
B. cleverness
C. capability

D. experiment
E. profession

28. A : You have only a few minutes before the train leaves, or you ........ it.
B : Thank you for reminding me.
A. might miss
B. have missed
C. are missing

D. have to miss
E. should have missed

29. Ina : What do you think of your new red dress?


Eta : ........ It goes with my shoes.
Ina : I think so. You look beautiful on it.
Eta : Thank,you.

A. I am very satisfied with it


B. I don't think so
C. Sorry to hear that

D. I don't like it
E. It's too difficult to do

30. X : Why didn't you ride your motor-cycle here?


Y : It ........ last week.

A. sells
B. was sold
C. has to sell

D. is being sold
E. has been sold

31. Shifa : It's difficult for me to solve the mathematics problem. I can't do it myself.
Radita : Let's solve it together, I'll have my brother ........ us if we can't do it.

A. help
B. to help
C. helps

D. helped
E. helping

32. Andre : Did you join the trip last holiday?


Firdaus : If my father had given me permission, I would have joined it.
From the dialogue we know that ........

A. Firdaus joined the trip


B. Andre didn't join the trip
C. Firdaus really wanted to join the trip but he didn't
D. Andre wanted Firdaus to join the trip
E. Firdaus' father permitted him to join the trip

33. Sherly : Billows of smoke from the forest fires in Jambi, Riau and West Kalimantan
are becoming thicker and thicker. They have harmful effects on our health
and daily activities.
Raissa : That's right. I think the government ........ people to understand the value of
forests and stop their bad habits.

A. educated
B. have educated
C. are educating

D. would educate
E. should have educated

Flood is a body of water that covers normally dry land. Most floods are harmful. They may ....
(34).... homes and other properties and even carry off the top soil leaving the land ....(35)....
When people are not prepared, sudden and violent floods may bring huge ....(36).....

34.
A. destroy
B. break
C. bunt

D. fall
E. drop

35.
A. dry
B. wet
C. helpful

D. barren
E. fertile

36.
A. advantages
B. demolition
C. benefits

D. questions
E. losses

37. Curiosity is a characteristic shown by many other animals, but organizing and ........
knowledge is a skill demonstrated by humans alone.

A. discovering
B. doing
C. making

D. recording
E. writing

38. Thailand, which has already won three gold medals at the Athens Olympics, will bid to
host the games in 2016, media reports ........ on Sunday.

A. said
B. claimed
C. purposed

D. demanded
E. justified

39. Hellen Keller Was known and admired throughout the world for the way she overcame
her handicaps.
The underlined word means ........

A. clarity in speaking
B. curiosity among friends
C. ability to do something good
D. difficulty in understanding something
E. disability of a person's body

40. The island over there is not occupied.


The underlined words mean ........

A. isolated
B. infertile
C. uninhabite

D. incontinent
E. uninteresting

AWAL SMA
Some of the world's finest roads make use of bodies of water. They are called canals.
Canals are man made waterways. They are usually straight and narrow. But they are filled
with water. They connect rivers and lakes, oceans and lakes, rivers and rivers, and oceans and
oceans so that boats and ships can go from one to the other.

1. X : I want you to meet William a new student. He is from Australia.


Y : How do you do?
Z : ........

A. How do you do
B. Hi, how are you
C. Are you all right

D. Nice to meet you too


E. See you,later

2. X : I have to go to school, but look at the sky. It is very cloudy.


I think it is going to rain.
Y : ........

A. You don't take an umbrella


B. I should take an umbrella
C. You are going to take an umbrella
D. I may, take an umbrella
E. You should take an umbrella

3. Toni left from Bandung this morning.


What did you say?

A. I said that Toni leaves for Bandung.


B. I said that Toni will leave for Bandung.
C. I said that Toni would leave for Bandung.
D. I said that Toni had left for Bandung.
E. I said that Toni was leaving for Bandung.

4. X : I need to talk to you. Could we meet at ninety nine cafe?


Y : What time?
X : After work at six p.m,
Y : ........

A. Surely no, wait for me there.


B. Okay I'll be there
C. I'm sorry, I meet you there
D. Sure, but I work over time
E. Next time, I will be there.

5. X : Here we are. Let's see the menu.


There is a tomato juice or an orange juice.
Y : What do you prefer?
X : ........

A. I prefer orange juice better.


B. I prefer orange juice than tomato juice.
C. Ilike orange juice better.
D. I like orange juice to tomato juice better:
E. I'd rather have orange juice than tomato juice.

6. X : Would you like milk or sugar in your coffee?


Y : Neither thank you.
X : Sorry what do you want?
Y : ........

A. coffee not tea


B. tea not coffee
C. nothing to drink
D. black coffee without sugar
E. neither milk or sugar in the coffee

7. X : Could you tell me when I can see the director please?


Y : ........

A. I will give you some money now.


B. You can give me your schedule tomorrow.
C. Yes, you could tell me now.
D. I will swim in the sea tomorrow.
E. Let me check the schedule first.

8. The manager always comes early to the office. I wonder where he lives. I often see him
driving his car to jalan Pakubuwono Kebayoran Baru. So he leaves not far from the office then.
What is the dialogue about?

A. The manager's car


B. The manager's office
C. The manager's house

D. The manager's address


E. The manager's driver

Officer : Can you say your name again ?


Tina : Tina Sulaeman.
Officer : Address ?
Tina : Jalan Sawo thirteen, Kebayoran Baru.
Officer : Latest education ?
Tina : Law.
I graduated from the law faculty.

9. What the applicant graduate?

A. Educational institution
B. Faculty of education
C. Law institution

D. Professional lawyer
E. Faculty of law

10. Where does the applicant lives?

A. Jalan Sawo thirteen, Kebayoran Baru


B. Jalan Sawo sixteen, Kemayoran
C. Jalan Seno thirteen, Kebayoran Baru

D. Jalan Jambu thirteen, Kemayoran


E. Jalan Sawo thirty, Kebayoran Baru

There is a vacancy in today daily.


What job is offered?
A part time chef in the chinese restaurant in the Sahid Hotel.
I would apply for the job.
There is another Vacancy a waiter in Italian restaurant.
Being a waiter is boring.

11. What job would she applied for?

A. A Chinese teacher
B. A chef
C. A restaurant manager

D. A waiter
E. Hotel manager

12. What media realized the advertisement?

A. A magazine
B. RRI Radio
C. A newspaper

D. Television
E. A bulletin

Hayati Hutabarat says that she has downright satisfaction in her position in the company. But
what about some other thing in life. There are still important to many women like married and
children. Does Hayati regret not having time for this thing?

13. What is the text about ?

A. Unmarried women
B. Career women
C. Married women
D. Women's position in a company
E. Women's lives

14. What things are still important to many women?

A. Position in the company


B. Satisfaction in career
C. Having time for children

D. Career in the company


E. Marriage and children

Farmer in Lampung and West Java are likely to face difficulties with rice harvest in the next two
month. As hundred of thousands of hectare rice field have been under threat a long drought. But
it has tried worrying two provincies.

15. What is the text about?

A. The next rice harvest


B. Farmers in Lampung
C. Rice fields
D. Possible failure in the next harvest
E. Farmers in West Java

16. What threatened the rice fields?

A. A long drought
B. The rainy season
C. Wet fields

D. Next harvest
E. Difficult farmers

17. Although the telephone was patented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876. The first
transatlantic telephone cable went into operation eighty years later.
When the transatlantic telephone cable go into operation?

A. When he was still alive


B. Soon after he invented the telephone
C. Before he patented his invention
D. In 1796
E. In 1956

A supporter of the national education bill displays a sign reading "Endorse the national education
bill right now" to every motorist passing the back gate of the House of Representatives compound
in Senayan, Central Jakarta. Thousands of members from Islamic groups gathered outside the
compound on Tuesday demanding that the bill be endorsed.

18. The topic of the passage is about ........

A. national education
B. education bill
C. supporters of the bill

D. a supporter's idea
E. a public demand
19. "......... that the bill be endorsed"
The word endorsed is closest in meaning to ........

A. talked
B. discussed
C. approved

D. decided
E. resumed

Satellite Space-eye does not look like the satellites of the 1980's. It has large wings that
gather solar power. The power is for the motor. It keeps the satellite in the same place above the
earth. All the big farmers in the area have paid for the cost of Satellite Space-eye.
Constanza is one of those farmers, his home computer makes, the connection with
Satellite Space-eye. He asks to see a picture of the field in the south-west corner of his farm. The
picture appears on a TV screen. It is a picture of a green wheat field. Everything looks fine. He
then asks the computer to show the same area, but in colours. The colours show the different
temperatures in the field. He knows healthy wheat plants will all be green. The TV screen blinks
and a beautiful picture appears. It has many shades of blue, red, and green.
Constanza looks closely at the large red spot near the middle of the wheat field. He knows
that something is wrong in the wheat field. The red colour means the spot is warmer than its
surroundings. It may be due to-lack of moisture or not enough nutrients in the soil. Insects eating
the wheat can also show a red spot.
Constanza tells the computer to tell him more about the warm spot. The computer points
out that the problem is a shortage of nitrogen in the soil. He asks the computer to predict the
harvest if he adds the fertilizer. He then tells the computer the current market price for wheat. He
also tells the price of the fertilizer. He asks for a costing. He wants to know if it will give him a
profit to add the fertilizer. The computer gives him the answer, is it a science fiction? No, it is
happening now.

20. The text tells about ........

A. constanza and his wheat field


B. the use of satellite Space eye in farming
C. the blue, red, and green colours on the TV screen
D. the meaning of the colours appeared on the TV screen
E. the ability of the computer to predict.

21. The main idea of paragraph two is ........

A. Constanza is one of the farmers who makes use of the Satellite Space-eye.
B. Constanza's home computer is connected to Satellite Space-eye.
C. The picture appears on the TV screen comes from Satellite Space-eye.
D. Various information can be served by Satellite Space-eye.
E. The Satellite Space-eye sent Constanza what he wanted.

22. The red colour showed on the TV screen means that ........

A. the plants are healthy


B. the soil does not have enough nutrients
C. the temperature is low
D. the plants are not distrubed by any insects
E. the wheat field is in good condition

23. ''it may be due to lack of moisture." (Paragraph 3)


We can replace the underlined word with ........
A. make
B. have
C. get

D. owing to
E. let

Dear Rossa,
I am a guy, twenty-eight years old. I have a problem with a girl friend. She is twenty five
years old. We have been dating each other for years, since we were high school students. Now
we have jobs. I feel very sure that we love each other. Now it is time for me to get married.
Unfortunately, her parents never approve of our relationship ever since the very first time. My
family, anyhow, does not really mind. At first I thought my girl friend had the power to defend our
love. But then he surrendered. She loves me and she loves her family too. On the one hand she
said, "I'll be happy if my family is happy." It means she had to get approval from her parents.
For this, I was shocked. My heart was broken. She ended our relationship just at the time
when I was ready to marry her. When I was with her, we were very happy. We had a lot in
common and there were no conflict. The truth was, we separated only because of her parents.
They want her to marry her cousin, her aunt's son (this is one of the traditions in the Karonese).
For the time being I am very upset. When I miss her I call her. Then we can eat together,
talk together for hours. We act like dating because she loves me, too. The real problem is, she
cannot refuse what her parents want.
So, should I forget my girl friend, the only one that I truly love? Or else, should I just wait,
and dream that one day she will be back to me?
Rio N., Padang

Dear Rio,
You call her your gil friend, but she has chosen her own way. For this reason I'd say that there is
nothing your can do except forget her and go on with your normal life. Hopefully you can find
another and live happily forever.
Rossa

24. The main idea of the first paragraph is that ........

A. the writer wants to get married


B. the writer has been dating for years
C. the writer has a problem with his girl friend
D. the writer feels sure that they love each other
E. the writer's parents disapprove of his relationship

25. Which of the following sentences is TRUE according to the text ?

A. Rio is not ready to get married.


B. Rio's parents disagree to his marriage.
C. Rio and his girl friend often got conflicts.
D. Rio's girl friend didn't really love Rio.
E. Rio's girl friend couldn't defend her love for Rio.

26. Why do the girl's parents disapprove of their marriage? Because ........

A. they don't like Rio.


B. the girl is still studying.
C. Rio and his girl friend often got conflicts
D. they keep the Karonese tradition.
E. the girl has chosen another guy.
27. Rio cannot forget her girl friend because ........

A. she is very pretty


B. she is very faithful
C. she is his true love

D. she is his first love


E. she is his last love

Uday and Qusay are killed and the delighted British and American governments suggest
that Iraq will be a safer place. Yes, the Iraqis may well feel safer. And - with the dictator's brutal
sons out of the way forever more confident about continuing the resistance against the American
occupiers.
Shortly before their deaths were announced, Richard Gephardt, Democrat presidential
hopeful, delivered a blistering attack on Bush's foreign policy which was driven, he said, by
"machismo" and "arrogant unilateralism". Bush, he continued, had treated U.S. allies "like so
many flies on America's windshield". He added: "Foreign policy isn't a John Wayne movie."
The attack on the villa where Saddam's sons were hiding might be seen as driving home
the point. Instead, the announcement that they had been killed by the U.S. troops in a shoot-out
is welcomed by Tony Blair as "great news".

28. The text mainly discusses about ........

A. Uday and Qusay who killed U.S. troops


B. Uday and Qusay who are killed by U.S. troops
C. Richard Gephardt who attacked Bush's domestic policy
D. The attack on the villa where Saddam Husein was hiding
E. Tony Blair who is welcomed by Saddam's sons, Uday and Qusay

29. The main idea of paragraph 3 is that ........

A. U.S. troops killed Saddam in the attack on the villa.


B. Uday and Qusay had killed U.S. troops and Tony Blair.
C. Tony Blair attacked the villa where Saddam's sons were hiding.
D. Saddam was killed by Tony Blair and U.S. in Saddam's sons' villa.
E. The announcement of Saddam's son's death is welcomed by Tony Blair.

30. Which statement is correct according to the text?

A. John Wayne movie was presented to Bush arrogantly.


B. Tony Blair received the "great news" of Bush and Gephardt's death.
C. John Wayne was a movie star who attacked the villa of Saddam's sons.
D. Richard Gephardt attacked Bush's foreign policy after uday and Qusay's death.
E. The news of uday and Qusay's death made the British and American government
pleased.

31. "The attack on the villa where Saddam's sons were hiding might be seen as driving home
the point." (Paragraph 3)
The word attack has similar meaning to ........

A. raid
B. resist
C. shield

D. defend
E. withdraw

32. " ... had killed Uday and Qusay."

A. The Iraqis
B. Tony Blair
C. U.S. troops

D. John Wayne
E. Richard Gephardt

33. 1. The aim of a political party is to elect officials who will try to carry their interests.
2. A large political party usually has millions of members and supporters.
3. A political party is a group organized to support certain policies on questions of
public interests.
4. When people in a democracy disagree about what the government should do,
each voter expresses his opinion by voting for the candidate that supports his
side of the argument.
5. The questions may range from issues of peace, war and taxes, to how people
should earn a living.
The best order of the sentences above is ........

A. 3-2-1-4-5
B. 2-1-3-4-5
C. 2-1-4-3-5

D. 2-1-3-5-4
E. 3-2-4-5-1

34. 1. I decided to apply for the job.


2. I saw an interesting job advertised in the paper last week.
3. Then I went to the address in the advertisement.
4. I telephoned the company to see if the job was still vacant.
5. The next morning I put on my best set of clothes.
6. They told me to come to the office the next day for an interview.
7. After asking me a lot of questions the manager offered me the job.
8. I was asked to go into the managers's office.
The best arrangement of the sentences to make a good paragraph is ........

A. 1-2-4-6-5-3-7-8
B. 2-1-4-6-5-3-8-7
C. 2-3-1-4-5-6-8-7

D. 1-2-3-4-8-5-6-7
E. 1-2-4-5-8-6-7-8

35. Jack : Rita, ............


Rita : Pleased to meet you. Don.
Don : Pleased to meet you too.

A. Don is my friend
B. Don wants to meet you
C. don't you know Don is my friend
D. I'd like you to meet my friend Don
E. please introduce yourself to Don
36. Mother : Clean your room, Siska !
Siska : Yes, mom.
Vinda : What did your mother tell you, Siska?
Siska : She told me ........

A. clean my room
B. to clean my room
C. to clean your room

D. cleaned my room
E. clean your room

37. Nuki : What was your sister doing when you arrived home last night?
Rendra : She ........ in the kitchen.

A. cooks
B. is cooking
C. has cooked

D. has been cooking


E. was cooking

38. Ina : Why are you sleepy in class?


Ines : Do I look sleepy, Na? I am not sleepy, but I have a painful stomach ache.
Ina : You should go to the doctor. Come on I'll accompany you.
The underlined words express ........

A. disagreement
B. satisfaction
C. obligation

D. offering
E. advice

39. "Watch the TV tonight. My daughter is on TV channel 5 at eight. She always makes me
happy."
"Sure, I will."
From the underlined words we know that the first speaker feels ........ her daughter.

A. proud of
B. angry with
C. worried about

D. disappointed at
E. doubtful about

40. A : Have you heard that uncle Joe will come next week?
B : Oh. really? When did he tell you?
A : Last week.
The underlined sentence is used to express ........

A. happiness
B. pleasure
C. surprise

D. enjoyment
E. curiousity

41. "What a beautiful voice. She is a talented singer."


"She ........ since she was a child."

A. sang
B. sings
C. is singing

D. had been singing


E. has been singing

42. Mary introduced me to her former lecturer ........ she married after she had graduated.

A. of whom
B. whose
C. of which

D. whom
E. who

43. Atik : When will your sister finish her study?


Mirna : I hope she .......... by July next year.

A. will have graduated


B. has graduated
C. will graduate

D. is going to graduate
E. intends to graduate

44. Niluh : I saw Sofyan come by bus this morning.Where is his car?
Andi : His car is out of order so he asked the mechanic to repair it.
From the dialogue we conclude that ........

A. Sofyan had repaired his car


B. Sofyan had his car repaired
C. the mechanic asked to repair the car
D. the mechanic asked Sofyan to repair the car
E. the mechanic and Sofyan repaired the car

45. Mr. Anwar : Are you pleased that your son wants to be a dentist?
Mr. Rahman : No, not really. I wish my son became a manager of my shoe-store.
The underlined expression means that .........

A. Mr. Rahman's son is a manager.


B. Mr. Rahman wants his son to be a manager.
C. Mr. Rahman's son is running,a shoe-store business.
D. Mr. Rahman's son was not a dentist.
E. Mr. Rahman's son was the manager of the shoe-store.

46. Jaya : Why are you still here?


Didn't you tell me that you would go to Jakarta today?
Setiadi : I would have been in Jakarta if the bus had not got an accident.
The underlined utterance means..........
A. Setiadi is in Jakarta
B. Setiadi went to Jakarta
C. The bus was safe

D. Jaya went to Jakarta


E. The bus got an accident

47. Student 1 : Andi is late again.


Student 2 : He is never on time.
I think he .......... earlier.

A. could have woken


B. ought to wake
C. should have woken

D. might have woken


E. would have woken

At present, aeroplanes are playing a very important role to .....(48)..... one place to another.
People can go round the world just in a two day flight by the world's first supersonic airliner,
Concorde, which .....(49)..... at a height of over 18.000 metres and .....(50)..... a speed of over
2.000 km per hour.

48.
A. disjoin
B. part
C. connect

D. separate
E. divide

49.
A. goes
B. flies
C. jumps

D. drives
E. comes

50.
A. cuts
B. continues
C. moves

D. reaches
E. limits

51. Some pollutants are always ..........., because they are dangerous.

A. unavailable
B. undesirable
C. unchangeable

D. unsuitable
E. unavoidable
52. New research suggests that men and women should consider ........... cigarettes with
carrots, which are rich with betacarotene.

A. finding
B. knowing
C. searching

D. recognizing
E. replacing.

53. To accelerate the economic growth, social progress and cultural development is one
purpose of ASEAN.
"To accelerate" means ........

A. hold up
B. keep back
C. speed up

D. turn on
E. slowdown

54. The government has taken steps toward banning certain jobs for children in order to
protect them.
The underlined word means ........

A. warning
B. crossing
C. preventing

D. forbidding
E. eliminating

55. Jack was promoted area manager at Balik Papan but he objected.
The underlined word means ........

A. disapproved
B. criticized
C. delighted

D. defended
E. delayed

56. The company's finances should be strong enough to develop productively.


The underlined word means ........

A. funds
B. loan
C. grant

D. credit
E. investment

57. Mother Theresa was awarded the Nobel peace prize in 1979 for her work among the
homeless.
The underlined word means ... .
A. celebrated
B. dedicated
C. granted

D. proved
E. attacked

58.
The man in the picture is ........

A. a pilot
B. a steward
C. a policeman

D. a bus driver
E. a manager

59.
What are the young couple doing?

A. They are having meals at a restaurant.


B. They are talking in-the classroom
C. The man is singing a song for his girl
D. They are sitting relaxly in the park
E. They are sitting next to each other

60.
What are they doing?

A. The woman is talking to her friend


B. The man is whispering something to his wife
C. The woman is whispering something to her friend
D. The two woman are using glasses
E. The two woman are listening to their friend.
A planet is a body in space that revolves around a star. There are nine planets in our solar
system, and these nine planets travel around the sun. The names of the planets are Mercury,
Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
Planets travel in orbits around the stars. All of the planets of the solar system revolve in
elliptical orbits. In other words, their orbits are like large, flat circles. The time that it takes a planet
to make one revolution around the sun is called a year.
The Greeks were the first people to recognize and give names to some of the planets. Tile
word planet comes from a Greek word meaning wanderer If a person wanders, this means that
he goes from one place to another and does not have a home. The Greeks thought that planets
"wandered" in the sky. However, modern scientists can predict the movement of the planets very
accurately.

1. What is the suitable title for this text ?

A. The Stars
B. The Orbits
C. The Greeks

D. The Planets
E. The Wanderers

2. The planets in our solar system travel ........


A. around the stars
B. around the circles
C. in one movement

D. from one position to another


E. in elliptical orbits

There are millions of plants and animals living in the sea. Most of the plants and animals
living in the oceans are extremely small and float near the surface of the water in their thousands.
They are food for huge numbers of small animals that also live near the surface. Together, they
are all known as plankton.
Many fish feed on this plankton, including one of the largest, the whale shark. Despite their
great size, certain whales live entirely on plankton.
The blue whale is the largest animal ever to live. It grows to a length of over 100 feet. The
humpback whale is a smaller kind and has long flippers. It can jump right out the water. The
Californian grey whale makes long migrations every year - it spends the summer feeding in the
Arctic but swims south to the warmer waters off the coast of Mexico in the winter. The females
give birth in the shallow, warm water there.
Many of the fish in the sea may be eaten by other meat-eaters. Sharks, for example, area
some of the fastest hunters, although not all of them eat other fish.
Deep down in the oceans live many strange fish. It is so dark down there that many of
these fish have "light" on them, which are used for attracting smaller fish for the larger ones to
eat.
Jellyfish are peculiar-looking creatures ranging in size from a fraction of an inch to 6 feet
across. They don't really swim but drift in the currents of the open oceans. Although they contain
a powerful sting, they are often eaten by turtles. Turtles are reptiles that spend most of their eggs
on sandy beaches.

3. ........ are food for huge numbers of small animals that also live near the surface.

A. Very small plants and animals


B. Big animals .
C. The Ocean mammals

D. The smallest animal


E. Big plants

4. Paragraph three tells us about ........

A. the life of whales


B. the size of whales
C. the movement of whales

D. three kinds of whales


E. the migration of whales

5. The main information of the passage is that ........

A. most plants are food for animals


B. the colour of the largest whales is blue
C. the female whales give birth in the shallow and warm water
D. the great size fish also eat plankton
E. millions of plants and animals live in the sea.

6. Which statement is True according to the text ?


A. The turtles eat jellyfish
B. The turtles lay their eggs in the seabed.
C. The sharks possess a powerful sting.
D. The Californian grey whales immigrate to the Arctic in winter.
E. The humpback whale is the largest animal in the sea.

7. The word "despite" in paragraph two could be replaced by ........

A. therefore
B. referring to
C. in spite of

D. except
E. instead of

The average person will say that agriculture means farming. He is partly right, for raising
crops is a branch of agriculture. So do livestock raising, dairy farming, fruit growing, chicken
raising and even fur farming. Agricultural includes the raising of every kind of plants and animals
that is useful to man.
With all its many branches, agriculture is the world's most important industry. It supplies the
food we eat and many of the materials from which we make our clothing.
Farms are classified according to the type of farming that is done and kinds of crops and
livestock that are raised. They may be classified in several different ways, such as general,
specialized, intensive, and extensive farms.
General farming is a farm where a variety of things is raised. On such a farm there may be
a herd of dairy cows whose milk the farmer sells. There may also be poultry to provide extra
income and supply some of the family's needs.
There are many factors that influence the types of crops and livestock that a farmer raised.
The most important one is climate which includes temperature, length of growing season,
sunshine, and rainfall. Another is the type of soil. The third is the amount of water available for
irrigation. By concentrating on the particular crops or animals that fit best with this situation, the
specialized farmer hopes to use his land in the most efficient and profitable way.
When a farmer devotes a great deal of labor to a piece of land, he is practising intensive
agriculture. If he works in a large area of land with relatively little labor, he is practising extensive
agriculture. Intensive agriculture usually goes together with small farms. A great deal of careful
work is always involved in intensive agriculture. Often this work must be done by hand. Extensive
agriculture is usually practised on large farms or ranches where most of the work is done by
machinery.

8. These words are related to farming, EXCEPT ........

A. livestock
B. extensive farming
C. irrigation

D. stock exchange
E. type of soil

9. The practice of intensive and extensive agriculture is the main idea of paragraph ........

A. 2
B. 3
C. 4

D. 5
E. 6

10. The text tells us about ........

A. intensive agriculture
B. extensive agriculture
C. types of farming

D. the important factors in farming


E. specialized farms

11. "They may be classified in several different ways ...." (Paragraph 3).
The underlined word refers to ........

A. crops
B. plants
C. farms

D. cows
E. animals

Many people now have a card which enables them to withdraw money from a cash
dispenser. You feed your card into the machine and key in your PIN (Personnel Identification
Number) and the amount of money you want. If you have enough in your account, the money
requested will be issued to you up to a daily limit. Your account is automatically debited for the
amount you have drawn out.
Provided you have a sound credit, you can get credit card from a bank and other financial
institutions. To obtain goods or services, you present your card and sign a special voucher. When
it receives the voucher, the credit card company pays the trader (less a commission) and then
send you a monthly statement. Depending on the type of card you have, you will either have to
pay in full or be able to pay part of what is owed and pay interest on the balance left outstanding..
If you need to make fixed payments at regular intervals, e.g. for insurance premiums, you
can arrange a standing order (sometimes known as a banker's order) so that the
bank will do this for you.

12. If you withdraw your money from the cash dispenser, the amount of your money will ........
as you have drawn out.

A. become more
B. be credited
C. become lost

D. become less
E. be doubled

13. The main purpose of the writer is to ........

A. give the reader information about bank service


B. persuade the readers to have a credit card
C. check the customers' account
D. explain to the reader how to use PIN
E. explain to the customers how to pay their employee's salaries.

14. Which of the following is the main idea of the second paragraph?

A. The credit card company pays the traders.


B. The credit card company sends you a monthly statement.
C. Banks and other financial institutions offer us credit cards to get goods and services.
D. Other financial institutions help the banks to provide credit cards.
E. A voucher is the only way to buy goods.

15. "Many people now have a card which enables them ........" (Paragraph 1)
"enables" means ........

A. forces
B. supports
C. asks

D. allows
E. encourage

16. If you have enough money in your account ........

A. you can withdraw your money from a cash dispenser.


B. you have a special voucher.
C. the bank sends you a monthly statement.
D. you have paid special interest.
E. the type of card is acceptable.

Trappists are monks who are not allowed to preach or to teach. Their lives are devoted to
meditation, studying and reading.
In 1949, one group of Trappists fled to Hong Kong from China, leaving behind their houses
and their dairy industry. They dressed themselves as labourers and carried only a few
possessions.
Here, the monks had to start a new life. They found it difficult to obtain food and they had
nowhere to live; but somehow they managed with the help of the community and charitable
organizations. It was not until 1995 that the Hong Kong government granted them land on Lantao
island.
The monks are not allowed to beg for a living, so they had to work very hard on the island.
They started a dairy farm, kept about five hundred chickens and started growing their own
vegetables.
A large part of the work of the Trappists is concerned with their dairy. The cows are fed
regularly, milked and kept healthy. The dairy, which produces about two thousand bottles of milk
a day, brings the monks their main income. The monks sell about half of the milk to a large hotel
in Hong Kong, while hospitals and schools buy the rest. The monks also earn some money by
selling eggs. Sometimes, the Trappists sell some of their cattle. The monks themselves do not
eat meat, however, as they are vegetarians.

17. The Trappists are forbidden to ........

A. obtain food
B. grow vegetables
C. work very hard

D. beg for a living


E. start a dairy farm

18. What is the text about?

A. The monks who never preach or teach.


B. The Trappists on Lantao island.
C. The Trappists' dairy product.
D. The vegetarian monks.
E. The Trappists' new life on Lantao island.

19. What is the main idea of he last paragraph?

A. Managing the dairy is the Trappists' main work.


B. The monks provide milk to a large hotel.
C. The Trappists feed the cows regularly.
D. The Trappists sell eggs for a living.
E. Most of the Trappists' work is related to their dairy.

20. The Trappists are monks who are not allowed to preach or to teach. (The first para
graph). "allowed" means ........

A. advised
B. ordered
C. permitted

D. suggested
E. instructed

21. 1. His sister added Wage Rudolf to his name, so it became Wage Rudolf Supratman.
2. When he was seven years old his father sent him to Budi Utomo elementary school.
3. Two years later he joined his sister in Ujung Pandang.
4. She did this to enable her to send his brother to the Dutch elementary school.
5. Supratman was born on 9th March, 1903.
6. In 1912, his mother died.
The best arrangement of the sentences above is ........

A. 2-5-3-6-1-4
B. 2-3-5-1-6-4
C. 5-6-2-3-1-4

D. 5-2-6-3-1-4
E. 2-3-5-1-6-4

22. Tutut : Were you sleeping when I called you last night?
Indra : No, I went to the cinema.
From the dialogue we know that Tutut wanted to know if Indra ... when she called him.

A. sleeps
B. slept
C. was sleeping

D. has been sleeping


E. had been sleeping

23. Nindy : When did you get this cassette?


Lia : Yesterday. When I ... home, a boy asked me to give it to you.

A. walk
B. walked
C. walking

D. was walking
E. has been walking
24. Andi : I didn't see your sister. Where is she?
Roy : She's studying in Australia.
Andi : Oh, how long has she been there? Roy
Roy : ........................................

A. Last year
B. A year ago
C. Since last year

D. By next year
E. Yesterday

25. Mawar : This telegram is for my husband.


He's out on duty.
What do you recommend me to do?
Putri : Why don't you ring him and tell him that a telegram's arrived?
In the dialogue above, Mawar is asking for Putri's ........

A. advice
B. curiusity
C. agreement

D. permission
E. information

26. Mrs. Anwar : I heard that your son had won a scholarship to Pajajaran University.
Mrs. Budiman : Yes, that's right ............
He never ignores our advice and always studies hard.

A. I'm proud of him


B. I prided myself on his success
C. His pride would not let him down
D. I'm to proud to have been successful
E. He is a profile of a successful student

27. X : Morning, sir ...?


Y : No, thanks.

A. What can I do for you


B. Something I can do for you
C. What would you like me to do

D. Would you help me with this bag


E. Could you carry my luggage

28. Shopkeeper : ........to try the shoes on?


Mrs. Bakar : No, thank you. I can do it myself.

A. Can you help me


B. Would you like to help me
C. May I help you

D. Do you mind helping me


E. Do you object to helping me
29. X : Have you visited Bob?
He got an accident last week.
Y : Oh. poor Bob. I hope he'll be better soon.
The underlined sentence expresses ........

A. sadness
B. pleasure
C. sympathy

D. expectation
E. satisfaction

30. X : Jane didn't pass her exam.


Y : Oh. I am sorry to hear that.
From the underlined words we know that the second speaker expresses her ........

A. disappointment
B. sympathy
C. displeasure

D. apology
E. anger

31. Tati : May I borrow your new novel?


Lina : Yes, but next Monday. I ........ reading it by then.

A. would finish
B. am finishing
C. have finished

D. will be finishing
E. will have finished

32. Koko : Have you finished your report?


Reno : Not yet.
Koko : ....... ........?
Reno : Of course. I'll be very happy then.

A. What can I do for you


B. Would you like me to help you
C. Can you do something for me
D. Can you do me a favour
E. Is there something you can do for me

33. Dio : You look sad. What has happened to you?


Dipta : My father lost his crops. Insects eat them up.
Dio : What is he going to do now?
Dipta : ........ His brother has given him capital so start with.

A. He plans to have another business


B. He has nothing to do
C. He is retired from his job

D. He promises not to plant anything


E. He has no idea what to do
34. Fitri : What would you like to drink, tea or coffee?
Helmi : Actually I drink both, but I ........tea ........coffee now.

A. prefer - than
B. like - than
C. prefer - to

D. would rather - to
E. choose - better than

35. Mary : Hello


John : Hi, Mary. This is John. Do you feel like going to a movie this evening?
Mary : That sounds great, John. I haven't been to a movie for a long time.
The underlined utterance expresses...

A. intention
B. invitation
C. suggestion

D. permission
E. persuassion

36. Harry : Would you like to go camping with us next holiday?


Donny : ........ but I have to take care of my mom.
She has been hospitalized for a week.

A. It sounds interesting
B. Sorry I can't
C. I'm afraid not

D. I am sorry to hear that


E. It's really boring

37. Rudi : Why are you so late today?


Tino : Sorry, Rud. My car ........
Rudi : So you came here on foot.
Tino : Yes, I did.

A. Is repairing
B. has just repaired
C. will be repairing

D. is being repaired
E. will have been repaired

38. A : Er, excuse me.


B : Yes?
A : I wonder if you could lend me your dictionary. I'm doing my homework.
B : Oh. sure. Here it is.
The underlined expression is used to express ........

A. giving permission
B. certainty
C. pleasure

D. capability
E. possibility

39. A : Why don't you try to find a job in factory?


With the money you earn, you can buy things you need.
B : If I worked in a factory. I wouldn't have much time to study.
What does the underlined sentence mean?

A. B works hard in a factory.


B. A allows B to work in a factory.
C. B didn't work in a factory.

D. B worked in a factory.
E. B doesn't work in a factory.

40. Boss : Are you sure that you can deal with complaints from angry clients?
Salesman : I'd say I am capable of doing that.
The salesman wants to tell us that he has the ........to deal with angry people.

A. opportunity
B. ability
C. quality

D. capacity
E. reliability

41. Aunti : Have you heard that you have been promoted to a higher position?
Weny : Oh, ........ Thank God.

A. it's a nuisance
B. it is terrible
C. I haven't heard about it

D. I'm sorry to hear that


E. it's really wonderful.

42. Dina : I will ask Fito to repair my computer.


Susi : ........ to do it. He knows nothing about computer.

A. He is the right person


B. Give a chance to him
C. You can ask him

D. It's necessary for him


E. It's impossible for him

43. X : Tom, are you sure that we are going to have a math test next Monday?
Y : ........ We've finished lesson 5, haven't we?

A. I hope so
B. I agree with that
C. I am sorry to hear that

D. It's out of the question


E. I am 100 percent certain about it

44. Lawyers : Tom, your wife wants to get half of the property, the investment and
also the children.
Tom : I don't get along with that. She claims too much, I think.
The underlined expression shows ........

A. disagreement
B. impossibility
C. uncertainty

D. inability
E. denial

45. Dito : I heard your brother was robbed in front of a bank after he had withdrawn
a lot of money.
Yono : ........ He is at home and he is fine.

A. It's not true


B. I can not deny it
C. I bet you will deny that

D. I disagree with your opinion


E. I'm not sure about it

46. Waiter : What do you think of our "honey roasted chicken"?


Customer : ........with the dishes you served me.

A. I'm extremely satisfied


B. I hate
C. I don't like

D. I prefer
E. I try

47. Ria : We'll have to steam rice for diner.


Yanto : Why? What's happened with the rice cooker?
Ria : It is broken.
Yanto : ........ then

A. We'll get it repaired


B. We'll have repaired it
C. We'll get someone repair it

D. We'll have someone repaired it


E. We'll have it to repair

48. X : Did you come to Jane's party?


Y : I wish I had gone there. I had a terrible headache.
From the dialogue we may conclude that the second speaker ........ to Jane's party.

A. didn't come
B. doesn't come
C. would come

D. has come
E. had come

49. Hayati : Bonny is very disappointed.


Hanafi : It's his own fault. If he had come on time, he would have got the job.
From the dialogue we can conclude that ........

A. Bony got the job


B. Hanafi came on time
C. Bony came late

D. Hanafi got the job


E. Hanafi missed the opportunity

50. X : Why do you look sad?


Y : I got 5 for my English test.
X : ...............

A. You should have studied well


B. You have prepared before
C. You may prepare it

D. You have studied hard


E. You can study well if you like

Water pollution is really a problem for all people to solve. Solution to the problem .....(51).....
people to demonstrate their quality as responsible citizens. Individuals as well as their
industries .....(52)..... that they should not do anything .....(53)..... to the problem. They must
handle wastes properly. They must not .....(54)..... harmful substances, including chemical
wastes, into the river or other public waterways. Further more, it is .....(55)..... that everyone fully
understands the importance of recycling rubbish.

51.
A. makes
B. helps
C. encourages

D. brings
E. requires

52.
A. will realize
B. could realize
C. must realize

D. are realized
E. has realized

53.
A. contributing
B. to contribute
C. contributes

D. is contributing
E. is contributed

54.
A. pollute
B. waste
C. dump
D. keep
E. store

55.
A. accepted
B. welcomed
C. expected

D. cleared
E. accounted

56. In 1946 Mother Teresa went into the Slums in order to be of better use to the poor.
"Slums" are ........

A. places where people live in dirty, poor and unhealthy environment


B. medicine which is given to the poor
C. things which are distributed to the poor
D. hospitals where poor people are treated
E. people who are poor

57. One bad effect of playing a computer game is eye irritation.


The underlined word means ...

A. advantage
B. result
C. benefit

D. issue
E. cause

58. In the old of trade, people didn't use money but they exchanged something they had for
something the needed.
The word exchanged is closest in meaning to ........

A. gave
B. offered
C. exported

D. altered
E. bartered

59. It is easy to produce electricity from a wind generator. This is simply a windmill that
converts the kinetic energy of the wind into electricity.
The underlined word means ........

A. develops
B. adapts
C. changes

D. replaces
E. produces

60. Atomic energy can either be used to create electricity or to destroy millions of homes in
war.
The underlined word means ........
A. build
B. protect
C. produce

D. demolish
E. renovate