Jumat, 16 Januari 2009


I.         Choose the right answer by crossing a, b, c, r or e.


Text 1


Dear Mum and Dad,


On Thursday 2, we went on an excursion to observe plants.

First we went to Port Kembla Beach. There were not many plants because of the salt and the sand. Then we got back on the bus.

Next we went to the steelworks. We sat on a hill and observed the plants. We saw bushes and grass. Not many plants grow because of pollution.

We got back on the bus and went to Mt. Keira rainforest. We got off the buss and ate our little lunch in the clearing area. We saw many different types of plants and trees. We saw wattle trees, tall trees, this trees and rock plants.

After that we got back on the bus and went back to school. We arrived at school at 12 o’clock. Then we went into school and talked about our excursion.

We had GREAT fun!!!!




1.       Type of the text used by the writer is…..

a.       recount                   d. spoof

b.       narrative                e. description

c.        report


2.       The communicative purpose of this text is….

a.       to entertain the readers about a story

b.       to retell events  for the purpose of informing or entertaining

c.        to describe the way things are

d.       to describe particular person, place or thing

e.       to retell an event with a humorous twist


3.       The plants cannot grow well on ….

a.       the fertile areas

b.       the dense forests

c.        the contaminated areas

d.       the green areas

e.       the mountainous areas


4.       The purpose of the excursion is ….

a.       to conserve the rare plants

b.       to observe the plants

c.        to visit Mt. Keira rainforest

d.       to seek the protected plants

e.       to spend their holidays


5.       Then we went into school and talked about our excursion.

What is the synonym of the underlined word?

a.       vacancy                  d. tour

b.       expedition              e. adventure

c.        departure








Text 2




Long ago there was a Mexican boy named Juan who helped raise money for his family by growing peppers in his garden.

But one day when he came out to his chili patch, he found a ram there eating some peppers and stomping on others. “Go away, Mr. Ram.” said Juan. “Those are my peppers.” the ram replied. “Get away from me or I’ll butt you into the next country.” Juan started to cry, and all the animals on the little farm fell sorry for him. The cat tried to help. She went up to the ram and said, “You should be ashamed of yourself. Get out of there. Those are Juan’s chili peppers, but the ram lowered his head and said, “Get out of here or I’ll butt you into the next country.” So the cat ran away. The dog tried to help. He came out and barked at the ram, but the ram lowered his head and said, “Get out of here or I’ll butt you into the next country.” the dog too ran away.

Finally a little ant said, “I can help, Juan.” The ant climbed onto the ram and began biting him all over. The ram jumped up and started running. He ran so fast and so far that now he is in the next country.


6.       What kind of text is the text above?

a.       recount                   d. exposition

b.       narrative                e. explanation

c.        report


7.       What are the rhetorical steps of the text above?

a.       orientation – events – re-orientation

b.       general classification – description

c.        thesis – arguments – conclusion

d.       orientation – complication – resolution

e.       identification – description


8.       Where did the story take place?

a.       in the Juan’s house

b.       in the next country

c.        in the chili patch

d.       in the zoo

e.       in the jungle


9.       In which part the writer identify the main character of the story, the time and place where the story happened?

a.       complication           d. coda

b.       orientation             e. re-orientation

c.        resolution


10.    Long ago there was a Mexican boy named Juan who helped raise money for his family….  ( p. 1 )

What is meant by the italicized phrase?

a.       lift                          d. improve

b.       elevate                   e. collect

c.        rear









Text 3


Taxation is necessary in all modern countries. The government collects taxes various sources and the money which is obtained in this way will be used to meet the various government expenses.

There is a direct tax and persons called income tax. This is a tax of person’s income or earnings. There is a property tax – a tax to be paid people who have houses, building or land. Then there are various licenses and so on.

There is another form of taxation known by as indirect taxation. Many things imported into the country have a tax duty on them for example; cigarettes, liquor or motor cars have an import duty of them. This is known as indirect taxation because the people who use these articles don’t pay the tax or duty direct to the government. The importer pays the duty to the government but he takes it back from the people who buy his goods by selling them at a higher price.

Thus, direct and indirect taxes are sources of income for a government which has to spend a lot of money to govern the country.


11.    Why is taxation necessary in all modern countries? Because ….

a.       there are two kinds of taxes, direct and indirect taxes

b.       it is necessary to provide the various government expenses

c.        the government collects taxes for sources of income

d.       people have to pay income tax as determined by the rules

e.       there are property tax and imported articles tax


12.    What is the type of the text?

a.       analytical exposition     d. report

b.       explanation                  e. recount

c.        hortatory exposition


13.    Which is TRUE according to the text?

a.       The tax of cigarette is a direct tax.

b.       People have to pay an income tax because they have houses.

c.        The tax of cars is an income tax.

d.       The tax of buildings belongs to direct tax.

e.       The tax of salaries belongs to property tax.


14.    Which of the following taxes is not property tax?

a.       earning tax             d. car tax

b.       motor tax               e. rice field tax

c.        houses tax


15.    …. and the money which is obtained in this way will be used to meet the various government expenses. (p.1)

The underlined word means ….

a.       spend                     d. raise

b.       cost                        e. produce

c.        satisfy





Text 4


Using the sunlight as source of energy offers considerable advantages, light from the sun is practically inexhaustible and is available everywhere. Its use produces minimal damage to the environment. People may use solar energy in either a straight way or a roundabout one. An easy example of the straight way is when people use the sunlight to dry their wood, food, clothing, etc. They also use it to make fire.

In modern countries, people use solar energy to heat their water. It is difficult and expensive to trap solar energy on a large scale. But in some sunny part of the world, scientists have built experimental solar power towers to do this. Hundreds of mirror reflects the sun light onto a boiler on top of a tower. This heats up water in the boiler into steam which can then be used to turn electricity generators. 


16.    The communication purpose of the above text….

a.       to persuade reader that something is the case

b.       to describe the way things are

c.        to describe how to do something

d.       to entertain the readers about a story

e.       to retell reader for informing or entertaining


17.    What does the above text tells about ….

a.       mirror can reflect the heat

b.       light is practically inexhaustible

c.        sunlight is a source of energy

d.       Sunlight produces minimal damage

e.       Solar energy can heat water


18.    Which is the following statement is TRUE according to the text?

a.       People use sunlight directly to boil water.

b.       Energy provided by sunlight is abundant.

c.        People use sunlight indirectly to dry the clothes.

d.       To trap the solar energy needs less money.

e.       People can trap sunlight without using instrument.


19.    … scientists have built experimental solar power towers to do this. ( line 3 )

What does the word “this” refer to?

a.       to heat their water

b.       to turn electricity generators

c.        to trap solar energy on a large scale

d.       to dry their wood

e.       to make fire


20.    …. light from the sun is practically inexhaustible and is available everywhere. ( line 1 )

What is meant by the italicized phrase?

a.       unlimited               d. boundless

b.       never-ending          e. endless

c.        limited









Text 5


Rounded Rectangle: EXCELLENT CAREER OPPORTUNITY  HELATH & LIFE CARE Product Inviting Professional for NATIONAL SALES MANAGER position  a. Age 30 – 35 years old & active in English or Mandarin b. Graduated S1 min GPA = 3.0 from reputable university c. Min. 3 years experience involving the same field  d. Lead & train the sales team: 1. Promote product awareness 2. Develop new market, generate sales & active sales target 3. Willing to travel within Indonesia Candidate interested in challenging position. Please send your application letter, CV, recent photograph (4x6), contact telephone number within two weeks after this advertisement to: Graha Ajidharma Jl. Danau Sunter Selatan Blok O/IV Kav. 25-26 Sunter Agung Podomono Jakarta Utara 14360 ga:@union.co.id 































21.    The advertisement is about ….

a.       promotion              d. trainee

b.       entertainment        e. vacancy

c.        marketing goods


22.    What occupation is needed by the company?

a.       Marketing Manager

b.       Health and Life Care

c.        Nationality Sales Manager

d.       Area Manager

e.       Personal Manager


23.    “Graduated S1 min GPA = 3.0 from reputable university.”

The underlined word means ….

a.       state                       d. effective

b.       private                   e. well-known

c.        good



People used to think that dragons under the earth caused volcanoes. They said the …. (24) that puffed above the ground was the dragon’s …. (25). they said the earthquakes were caused by the dragon’s moving around down in the …. (26). Now we know that this is not true.


24.    a.    fire                         d. sand

a.       lava                        e. smoke

b.       rock


25.    a.   tail                          d. sound

b.       move                      e. breath

c.        step


26.    a.    sky                         d. earth

b.       drivers                    e. water

c.        hole


27.    Rita   : Dini, I haven’t told anything yet.

Agus                            : What did she say just now?

Dini   : She said that ….

a.       she had not told you anything yet

b.       she had not told me anything yet

c.        I had not told her anything yet

d.       I had not told you anything yet

e.       she had not her anything yet


28.    Sigit : Vin, your necklace is beautiful. Did you buy it yourself?

Vina : Of course not. I got my mother …. it.

a.       had bought            d. to buy

b.       will buy                  e. buy

c.        bought


29.    Trader  : I’d like to send this document to our client in Japan.

Officer  : Let me see. Mm, I’m afraid you can’t send it now.

Trader : Why?

Officer : I think this document ….

a.       must be endorsed first before it’s sent

b.       must endorse first before we sent it

c.        should endorse first before sending

d.       send to Japan and I will do it

e.       was sent to the client in Japan


30.    The young lady …. mother is a medical doctor is a talented artist.

a.       that                        d. whom

b.       who                        e. whose

c.        which


31.    Piping : There is a good movie this evening. Will you come along with me?

Kurnia : I’d love to, but I have to fetch my aunt at the airport.

From the dialogue we can conclude that Kurnia ….

a.       invites Piping to do something

b.       wants to go with Piping

c.        rejects Piping’s invitation

d.       gives information

e.       gives some advice


Woman   : Would you like tea or some coffee?

Man        : I’d like coffee please if …. (32)

Woman   : Of course not. Do you like much sugar in it?

Man        : No, thanks, and just a little.

Woman   : …. (33) some creamer, too?

Man        : No, thanks. That’s all right.


32.    a.    you have enough time

b.       you don’t mind

c.        you love doing it

d.       you don’t mean to serve

e.       you want to serve me




33.    a.   What would you like

b.       Could you pass me

c.        Will you add

d.       Do you want

e.       What drink would you like to add


34.    What does the dialogue tell us?

a.       inviting someone

b.       giving suggestion

c.        offering something

d.       asking for a help

e.       expressing like


35.    What do you think they are talking in the dialogue?

a.       the two new friends

b.       the waitress and the customer

c.        the two close friends

d.       the seller and buyer

e.       Sister and brother


36.    Policeman   : ….?

Tourist       : Yeah, I am lost. Can you show me the way to Santika Hotel?

Policeman   : Sure!

a.       Are you sure you are lost

b.       Is there anything I can do for you

c.        Is there any chance to meet you

d.       Where are you going

e.       Are you looking for someone


Text 7


In the age of supersonic, it is difficult to imagine that at the beginning of the twentieth century no one had even flown in aero plane. …. (37), people were flying in balloons and airships. the airship was based on the principle of the semi-rigid structure. In 1900 Ferdinand von Zeppelin fitted a petrol engine to a rigid balloon. The craft was the first really …. (38) airship. In 1919 an airship first carried passengers across the Atlantic, and in 1929 one traveled round the world during this time the design of airship was constantly being …. (39) and up to 1937 they carried thousands of passengers on regular transatlantic services for millions of miles.


37.    a.   in addition              d. furthermore

b.       next                       e. consequently

c.        however


38.    a.   success                   d. successful

b.       succeed                  e. successfully

c.        succeeded


39.    a.   repaired                  d. established

b.       encouraged            e. improved

c.        recovered


40.    The best arrangement of the following sentences is ….

1.       He touched it, lifted it, took it home, and dried it with a hair-dyer.

2.       Its feathers were wet, and it looked tired and cold.

3.       One morning Riko found a pigeon on the ground.

4.       He saw the pigeon lay there as though it was dead

5.       The dyer kept it warm, and after a while the pigeon looked more alive than before.


a.       3 – 4 – 1 – 2 – 5     d. 3 – 5 – 2 – 1 – 4

b.       3 – 4 – 2 – 1 – 5     e. 3 – 4 – 5 – 1 – 2

c.        3 – 5 – 4 – 2 – 1



Answer the questions according to each instruction.


41.    Read the text and answer the questions that follow!

A Wolf had been gorging on an animal he had killed, when suddenly a small bone in the meat stuck in his throat and he could not swallow it. He soon felt terrible pain in his throat, and ran up and down groaning and groaning and seeking for something to relieve the pain. He tried to induce every one he met to remove the bone. 'I would give anything,' said he, 'if you would take it out.' At last the Crane agreed to try, and told the Wolf to lie on his side and open his jaws as wide as he could. Then the Crane put its long neck down the Wolf's throat, and with its beak loosened the bone, till at last it got it out.

'Will you kindly give me the reward you promised?' said the Crane.

The Wolf grinned and showed his teeth and said: 'Be content. You have put your head inside a Wolf's mouth and taken it out again in safety; that ought to be reward enough for you.'

a.       The text is written in ….

b.       The writer wrote this story in order to ….

c.        What reward did the Crane get?

d.       What can we learn from the story above?


42.    Use causative have, make or let to change the following sentences!

a.       I will allow Risa to tidy up my bedroom.

b.       We must ask Mr. Amat to feed the chicken while we are away.

c.        She always forces her sister to iron her clothes.

d.       The teacher always orders us to do the homework.

e.       The chairman has persuaded them to give money to the club.














43.    Combine each pair of sentences by using relative pronouns


a.       The fire is now under control. The Fire Department has been fighting against it for several hours.

b.       The members of the band came from all parts of the city. The majority of them were amateurs.

c.        A man believes that young people needs a sense of discipline. He is very strict with his children.

d.       The doctor operated the patient. His foot was nearly cut off.


44.    Change the following sentences into reported speech!


a.       Father told me,” Don’t forget to be always honest and true if you want to succeed.”

b.       The travel agent asked, “Do you want to go by air or sea?”

c.        Roni said to me, “I’m sorry that I forgot to bring your book.”

d.       She asked me, “Who did you want to meet actually?











































45.    Rearrange the following sentences into a good story.

-          Although brought up in the traditional Javanese cultural world, Soekarno was educated in modern Dutch colonial schools.

-          Soekarno had been increasingly involved in nationalist politics since his teens, when he had boarded in the house of H.O.S. Tjokroaminoto, a leading nationalist optician.

-          Soekarno was born in the city of Surabaya in eastern Java. At the time, java and the rest of Indonesia were under Dutch colonial control

-          It was in Bandung that he decided his future lay in politics, instead of architecture.

-          In 1921 he entered the Bandung Institute of Technology to study architecture, and graduated in 1926.

 I.         Choose the right answer by crossing a, b, c, r or e.


Text 1


Dear Grandpa and grandma,


Yesterday at my school we had International Day. We had performances, food stalls, displays, raffle ticket draw and some of us were dressed costumes. We started our day off with performances but the one I liked best was one from fourth grade. It was about games. The performance I was in was called Labamba.

 Straight after our performance we had our lunch. There were food stalls. They come from Australia, Arabic and Greece.

Everyone had a job. These people were from sixth grade. I did my job after I had a lunch. My job was to sell International Day books.

We had displays in the hall. These displays were good but I didn’t get to see them. The displays come from a lot of countries.

There was also a Trash & treasure stall where they sell toys. The school got these things by asking the children to bring them in.

After lunch we had a raffle ticket draw. I didn’t win but a lot of people did.

Although I didn’t win anything, International Day was still fun.


Love from



1.       What is the communicative purpose of the text above?

a.       to share an amusing story about International Day

b.       to inform readers about Mufti’s school activity

c.        to persuade readers to follow International Day

d.       to describe Mufti’s feeling about International Day

e.       to tell about Mufti’s experience in International Day


2.       What was sold in Trash & Treasure stall?

a.       books                           d. tickets

b.       toys                              e. clothes

c.        foods


3.       How did Mufti feel about International Day?

a.       He really enjoyed it.

b.       He did not want to perform in it.

c.        He disliked having International day.

d.       He did not join the International Day.

e.       He thought it was horrible.


4.       These displays were good but I didn’t get to see them. (p.4)

The underlined sentence means ….

a.       Mufti couldn’t see the displays.

b.       Mufti did not want to see the displays.

c.        Mufti didn’t have time to see the displays.

d.       The displays didn’t satisfy Mufti.

e.       The displays were good to see.


Text 2




The glow-worm is an insect. In spite of its name it is not really a worm but a member of the beetle family. It is colored dark brown on the back and pink underneath. There are two spots of bright red on each division of its body. At night there is a green light in the tail.

The glow-worm hunts a very small kind of snail for food. The glow-worm’s method of attack is interesting. It can make the snail unconscious and then feed on it. But the glow-worm cannot really eat. It can only drink. It has to change its food into a drink. It can drink by changing the solid food into liquid.


5.       What do we learn in paragraph one?

a.       the classification of glow-worms

b.       what is glow-worm like

c.        the division of glow-worm’s body

d.       the color of glow-worm

e.       the back part of the glow-worm


6.       What does glow-worm eat?

b.       solid food                     d. liquid food

c.        small snail                    e. plantations

d.       interesting food


7.       What type of the text is it?

b.       report                           d. discussion

c.        explanation                  e. description

c.        exposition


8.       …., the glow-worm’s method of attack is interesting. (p. 2)

The underlined word may mean ….

e.       appealing                     d. unique

f.         extraordinary                e. strange

g.       unusual


Text 3


Jimmy lived in the country, and he loved playing in a very shallow river near his house; but then his father got a job in a big city, and he moved there with his family. Their house has a garden, but it was very small. Jimmy was not very happy, “Is there a river near here?” he asked his mother on the first morning. His mother answered, “No, there isn’t but there is a beautiful park near here, Jimmy, and there is a pool in it. We will go there this afternoon. “Then Jimmy was very happy.”

After lunch, Jimmy and his mother went to the park, Jimmy wanted to walk near the pool but there was a sign was in front of it. His mother read it to him: “WARNING”. This pool is dangerous. 367 people have fallen into it” Jimmy looked into the pool carefully. Then he said, “I can’t see them.”


9.       What type of text is used by the writer?

a.       spoof                            d. report

b.       narrative                      e. description

c.        explanation

10.    What is the best title of the text?

a.       moving into a new house

b.       living in a big city

c.        living with his family

d.       the beautiful park near the house

e.       Jimmy felt very happy


11.    …. and he loved playing in a very shallow river near his house; ….

What does the opposite of shallow?

a.       deep                             d. long

b.       wide                             e. big

c.        vast


Text 4


In the southeastern corner of the United States lies the state of Florida. It is one of the most famous places in the United States.

Among the fifty states, Florida ranks twenty-second in size and ninth in population. It was the twenty-seventh state to become a part of the USA (in 1845). The capital is Tallahases, but the largest city is Jacsonville.

Florida has pleasant climate. It has so many sunny days that is nickname is the Sunshine State.

A Spaniard named Ponce de Leon discovered Florida in 1513 the word Florida in Spanish means “flowery”. He might have given the area this name because of the numerous flowers in the area.


12.    What is the text mainly about?

a.       State                      d. United States

b.       Florida                    e. Spaniard

c.        Ponce de Leon


13.    The text above is in the form of ….

a.       spoof                      d. narrative

b.       report                     e. procedure

c.        description


14.    What is the communicative purpose of the text?

a.       to share an amusing story with others

b.       to describe about the state of Florida

c.        to explain why the name of the place is Florida

d.       to present two points of view about population in Florida

e.       to retell events for the purpose of informing Florida


15.    It is one of the most famous places in the United States. The word “famous” is similar to ….

a.       popular                  d. various

b.       unknown                e. great

c.        interesting


16.    How many states are there in the USA?

a.       twenty two                   d. twenty one

b.       twenty seven                e. fifteen

c.        fifty







Text 5


There are some differences you might find when you go abroad, for example, America.

First, there are differences in terms of the direct and indirect ways of speaking. Americans tent to speak directly. When they disagree with someone’s opinion, for example, they will directly express that.

Second, differences in dealing personal distance. Americans tend to require more personal space than other cultures. This might be offending but actually it is an American’s custom. When someone feels you are standing too close, he or she may step back without even thinking about it.

Third, differences in terms of save topics to talk about, for example, we, Indonesians tend to be friendly by asking one’s personal data like age, previous or current relationships at the first time we meet her/him. It is normal for us. However, for Americans, it is considered impolite.

Because of reasons above, it is better to know a country’s culture before going there.


17.    What is the type of the text above?

a.       analytical exposition                                              

b.       recount

c.        hortatory exposition

d.       explanation

e.       discussion


18.    The schematic structure of the text is ….

a.       thesis – arguments - recommendation

b.       orientation – events – re-orientation

c.        thesis – arguments - conclusion

d.       general statement – sequenced explanations

e.       issue – arguments for – arguments against - conclusion


19.    Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the text?

a.       It is important to know another country’s culture.

b.       They way Americans speak is not the same way we do.

c.        Americans should study Indonesian culture differences.

d.       There are three examples of cultural differences.

e.       the writer advises us to learn culture of foreign countries.


20.    The word abroad in paragraph means ….

a.       foreign country             d. western country

b.       developing country       e. industrial country

c.        super power country


21.    What lesson can we get from the text above?

a.       We should know the differences among countries in the world

b.       We should recognize a country’s culture before going there

c.        We must be ourselves in other countries

d.       We must show our own culture when we’re abroad

e.       We’d better tell our culture when we’re going to other countries

Text 6

How to mend an inner tube of bicycle


Material : a bucket of water, rubber patch, a pump, special stick, and glue (rubber solution)

First, take out the inner tube, then blow up with a bicycle pump.

Second, put the tube into a bucket of water, bit by bit and move the tube round till you see a stream of air bubbles coming up through the water.

Third, mark the place where the air is coming out with a special stick.

And finally, when the inner tube is dry, put the rubber solution on the rubber patch then stick it on the puncture then pump it again and put it back into the wheel. The bicycle is ready to ride.


22.    What is the generic structure of this text?

a.       news worthy event, background event, sources

b.       issue, arguments for, arguments against, conclusion

c.        identification, description

d.       goal, materials, steps

e.       general statement, explanation


23.    How to mend an inner tube of bicycle.

The underlined word means ….

a.       repair                     d. rebuild

b.       restore                    e. recruit

c.        replace


24.    Why do we put the inner tube into the water?

a.       to put rubber solution on the patch

b.       to find a puncture

c.        to pump the tube

d.       to move the tube round

e.       to make the inner tube wet


25.    We stick a rubber patch on the puncture ….

a.       after the inner tube is dry

b.       before we put rubber solution on a rubber patch

c.        when the inner tube is in the water

d.       as soon as we put the inner tube back into the wheel

e.       by the time we put glue on the patch


26.    What type of the text is it?

a.       recount                   d. description

b.       explanation            e. report

c.        procedure


Text 7

In cities … (27) poverty sometimes occurs in … (28) slums, where some poor people have not had the opportunity to learn skills that will help them to … (30) a living. People trapped in this kind of situation often have … (30) income.


27.    a.    least                      d. extreme

b.       large                      e. possible

c.        likely


28.    a.    fare                        d. remote

b.       small                      e. suburban

c.        urban


29.    a.    get                         d. need

b.       owe                        e. earn

c.        find


30.    a.    much                     d. inefficient

b.       enough                   e. inadequate

c.        sufficient


31.    Azhar   : What wrong with your camera, Tom?

Tommy : The lens doesn’t focus well.

Azhar   :  … ?

Tommy : No, thanks. I can fix it myself.

a.       Will you bring it to a repairman

b.       Should I change it

c.        Do you need some help

d.       Have you had it repaired

e.       Would you buy a new one


32.    A : We’ll have discussion about our founding fathers. Would you like to join us?

B : … They are my favorite figures.

a.       I wish I could

b.       That’s unbelievable

c.        That would be wonderful

d.       I want to appreciate them

e.       I want to acknowledge them


33.    Lisa      : What about going to a sea-food restaurant, Dad?

Daddy  : …

What will daddy say to show that he doesn’t like sea-food?

a.       I’m afraid I like fish

b.       I can’t stand eating sea-food

c.        I am really fond of eating fish

d.       I am sure I’ll enjoy it very much

e.       Its menu doesn’t offer us many kinds of sea-food


34.    Indri : Why are you here? You are supposed to be at your history class, aren’t you?

Indah : I wish there were no history class today. My parents ask me to pay the electricity bill.

The underlined words mean …

a.       Indah had no history class today

b.       Indah has no history class today

c.        Indri had no history class today

d.       Indri attends history class today

e.       Indah has history class today


35.    Rega : Can I borrow your car?

Rafli : I’m sorry, It …

a.       repairs                    d. is to repair

b.       repaired                 e. is being repaired

c.        is repairing


36.    Ridwan : I’m going to Hyde Park to hear the people making speeches.

David   : You’ll be late. By the time you get there they … their speeches.

a.       finish                      d. have finished

b.       will finish               e. will have finished

c.        are finishing



37.    Rieka    : What would you give me if you’re sent abroad?

Reza     : If I were sent abroad, I … a dictionary for you.

a.       bought                   d. will have bought

b.       will buy                  e. would have bought

c.        would buy


38.    Anna                            : The dress really fits you.

Did you make it yourself?

Dita   : No, I …

a.       have made it          d. have to make it

b.       had made it            e. had to make it

c.        had it made


39.    Tari      : Will you go with me to Rinta’s party?

Winda : Rinta? Do you mean the smiling girl … was the best in our English class?

a.       who                        d. which

b.       whom                     e. where

c.        whose


40.    Catherine   : Why do you look sad?

Larissa        : Didn’t you hear the news last night? The eruption of the volcano has killed more than two hundred people in my village.

Catherine   : I’m sorry to hear that.

Catherine expresses her …

a.       fear                        d. surprise

b.       sadness                  e. sympathy

c.        apology


41.    Anto : I am sorry Lina. I forgot to bring your book.

Ary    : What did he say, Lina?

Lina   : Anto said to me that he … to bring my book.

a.       has forgotten          d. forgets

b.       had forgotten         e. forgot

c.        would forget


42.    I cannot play badminton, I lost my racket.

Instead of saying these two sentences, we can also say:

I cannot play badminton … I lost my racket.

a.       but                         d. and

b.       that                        e. so

c.        because


43.    Johny’s hair is getting long. He’ll have it cut.

From this sentence we know that …

a.       Johny himself will cut his hair.

b.       Johny will ask someone to cut his hair.

c.        Someone will ask Johny to cut his hair.

d.       Johny will cut someone’s hair.

e.       Someone will cut someone else’s hair.


44.    This sentence:

I like cycling better than walking.

could be expressed …

a.       I like cycling but I don’t like walking.

b.       I like cycling as well as walking.

c.        I prefer walking to cycling.

d.       I prefer to walk than cycle.

e.       I would rather cycle to walk.


45.    The right order of the following sentences is ….

1.       This is its atmosphere.

2.       Earth’s atmosphere is made up of about 20 kinds of gases.

3.       The earth is surrounded by a thick blanket of air.

4.       It also contains water vapor and dust particles.

5.       The two main ones are oxygen and nitrogen.


a.       5 – 3 – 4 – 2 – 1     d. 1 – 4 – 5 – 3 – 2

b.       2 – 5 – 1 – 4 – 3     e. 3 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 4

c.        4 – 2 – 3 – 1 – 5



Answer the questions according to each instruction.


46.    Read the text and answer the questions that follow!


A Fox once saw a Crow fly off with a piece of cheese in its beak and settle on a branch of a tree. 'That's for me, as I am a Fox,' said Master Reynard, and he walked up to the foot of the tree. 'Good-day, Mistress Crow,' he cried. 'How well you are looking to-day: how glossy your feathers; how bright your eye. I feel sure your voice must surpass that of other birds, just as your figure does; let me hear but one song from you that I may greet you as the Queen of Birds.' The Crow lifted up her head and began to caw her best, but the moment she opened her mouth the piece of cheese fell to the ground, only to be snapped up by Master Fox. 'That will do,' said he. 'That was all I wanted. In exchange for your cheese I will give you a piece of advice for the future.


a.       The text is written in ….

b.       The writer wrote this story in order to ….

c.        Why did a fox persuade a crow?

d.       What can we learn from the story above?


47.    Combine each pair of sentences by using relative pronouns


a.       I should like to see the trees. You picked these apples from it.

b.       The man is my English teacher. You spoke to him in the street.

c.        The man doesn’t know his trade. He made these shoes.

d.       Shakespeare was born in a little cottage. His works of arts were admired by all people all over the world.


48.    Change the following sentences into passive voice.


a.       When did Thomas Edison invent the electric light bulb?

b.       Will the television broadcast the news in the morning news?

c.        Does every member of your family have special duty?

d.       People used candles for light in the seventeenth century.





49.    Change the following fact into subjunctive!


a.       He didn’t buy a ticket to the game, but he wishes he …

b.       I don’t have a driver’s license, but I wish I …

c.        The teacher is going to give an exam tomorrow. I wish he … us an exam tomorrow.

d.       She doesn’t have enough money to buy that book. She wishes she …


























































50.    Rearrange the following sentences into a good story.


-          Books, magazines and newspaper are the three basic fields of publishing.

-          Thousands of men and women work in publishing.

-          Still others handle the publicity and advertising that bring the publication to the attention of the reading public.

-          These three fields operate in different ways although they have some characteristics in common.

-          Publishing is the business of bringing the printed word to the public in books.

-          Some are writers, some are editors who adapt the writer’s work and others are in charge of putting the publication together.

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