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SEKOLAH MENENGAH ATAS / MADRASAH ALIYAH
 Kelas : XII, Bahasa Inggris ( Prediksi 04 )
Shopping List    Price
1 medium loaf of bread  42 p
1 packet of cereal          88 p
2 tins of pears                54 p
6 eggs                            49 p
            ----------------------
Total                           2.33

1.   How much does 1 tin of pears cost?
A.26 p
B.27 p
C.42 p
D.54 p
E.88 p


2.   Somebody has traveled by …. Using the ticket
A.bus
B.taxi
C.boat
D.train
E.plane

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3.   What is the heading of the advertisement?
A.Agent
B.Course
C.Vacancy
D.Collector
E.Computer

LOCATION TODAY TOMORROW
London                1                2
Moscow              3                4
Paris                    5                5
Rome                  7                8
------------------------------------
1. Sunny      5. Stormy
2. Windy     6. Foggy
3. Cloudy    7. Clear
4. Rainy      8. Snowy

4.   What will the weather be like in Moscow tomorrow?
A.Rainy
B.Windy
C.Foggy
D.Snowy
E.Cloudy


5.   You spent 1.99, what did you order?
A.Pizza, apple pie and cola
B.Pizza, ice cream and cola
C.Hamburger, ice cream and cola
D.Hot dog, apple pie and milk shake
E.Hamburger, ice cream and milk shake


6.    How are orangutans Under eight years old?
A.Rare
B.Wild
C.Weak
D.Dependent
E.Independent

7.   What is the message of the text?
A.The births of orangutans are expected
B.Orangutans should be protected from extinction
C.The youngsters are independent at the age of eight
D.Female orangutans only have a baby every eight years
E.The youngsters are completely dependent on their mother.

                                   Australia Quarantine and Inspection Service
                                                      PLEASE NOTE
If you are carrying any foodstuffs or items which are of animal or plant origin and these have not been declared, they should be disposed of in the quarantine amnesty bins located in the baggage hall, or you should pass through the Red Channel and penalties for failing to declare the items to the custom or the Quarantine Officer on duty. There are heavy penalties for falling to declare to quarantine items.
Declared items may not necessarily be sized. Some items may be examined and returned and others may be treated.
                                  --- But all items must be declared ----
If you reason to visit a doctor on arrival, or within a few weeks after arrival please tell the doctor that you have recently traveled overseas. This may help the doctor to diagnose conditions of quarantine concern, such as screw worm fly strike or malaria if appropriate symptoms appear.

8.   Where do people usually get this text?
A.Zoo
B.Airport
C.Hospital
D.Supermarket
E.Botanical Garden

9.   What should not be declared?
A.Seeds
B.Flowers
C.Fur coat
D.Plastic bags
E.Leather wallet

10.   What is suggested to tell a doctor according to the text?
A.That we have got malaria
B.That we have already arrived
C.That we have to be diagnosed
D.That we have reasons to visit him
E.That we have recently traveled overseas

The Mouse-deer and the Crocodile
             One day it was very hot. The mouse-deer war very ____11____. He went to a river to get water.
             "O, river!" he cried, "are there any crocodiles there ?" There was no ___12___. He repeated the question several times ___13___ received no answer. "Oh, well!" he said, "there must be crocodiles there ___14___ the river would say something."
             "There are no crocodiles here, "came the answer from the crocodile, who were __15___ their teeth in anger.
              "Thanks for letting me know that you're there, "the mouse-deer said. "I don't think I want to go near the river today. "
                                                                   Extracted from Favorite Stories fromBorneo
                                                                                                            ( Leon Comber )

11.   
A.painful
B.thirsty
C.hungry
D.sick
E.shy

12.   
A.cry
B.reply
C.evidence
D.performance
E.explanation

13.   
A.if
B.or
C.but
D.and
E.with

14.   
A.since
B.despite
C.although
D.because
E.otherwise

15.   
A.grinding
B.showing
C.cleaning
D.brushing
E.examining


KOORI CULTURE DAY
By Emily Harrison and Michelle Cole
           On Thursday 17th of September 1998, Warragul Region College in Victoria, Australia held a Koori Culture Day for everyone to attend and learn about Koori Culture.
           The ceremony was opened by Shane Harrison ____16____ the Didgeridoo. After the opening ceremony the students went to their work shops and ___17___ about Koori history, language, ceramics and the painting of Koori designed banners ___18___ were designed by Koori students and families from the school.
            A major feature of the day was Archie Roach ___19___ Ruby Hunter playing a couple of songs. The Jason Pepper dancers performed a couple of traditional dances and Laurie Moffat gave an opening speech in the Gunai ___20___, followed by the same speech in English.

16.   
A.played
B.playing
C.has played
D.had played
E.was playing

17.   
A.learnt
B.learning
C.to learn
D.will learn
E.were learning

18.   
A.who
B.whom
C.whose
D.when
E.which

19.   
A.or
B.so
C.and
D.if
E.but

20.   
A.art
B.custom
C.culture
D.language
E.tradition

                 Ted Robinson has been worried all the week. Last Tuesday he received a letter from the local police. In the letter he was asked to call at the station. Ted wondered why he was wanted b the police, but he went to the station yesterday and now he is not worried any more. At the station, he was told by a smiling policeman that his bicycle was picked up in a small village four hundred miles away. It is now being sent to his home by train. Ted was most surprised when he found. It was stolen twenty years ago when Ted was a boy of fifteen!
                                                                              Taken from "Practice and Progress

21.   What made Ted worried?
A.A letter from the police
B.A bicycle found by the police
C.A letter he found at the station
D.The local police he met last Tuesday
E.The news he heard from the local police

22.   In the letter, the police asked Ted to …..
A.travel by train
B.meet a boy of fifteen
C.search for his bicycle
D.go to the police station
E.smile at the local police

23.   What happened to Ted when he was fifteen years old?
A.The police invited him
B.Somebody stole his bicycle
C.The police made him worried
D.He was wanted by the police
E.A train hit him at the station

24.   Why was Ted happy?
A.He received a letter from the police
B.The police had made him surprised
C.His bicycle had been found
D.A policeman smiled at him
E.He lived in a small village

25.   "He was amused too, because he never expected the bicycle to be found."
The synonym of the underlined word is ….
A.complained
B.wanted
C.needed
D.asked
E.hoped

Wild elephants
Run amok in Jambi
      JAMBI, Jambi : Six wild elephants have devastated hundreds of hectares of oil palm trees belonging to local smallholders in Tebo regency, Jambi.
      Most of the damage to the farms, located near Bukit Tigapuluh National Park in Sumay district, has been done at night, residents say. "The attacks usually start with the elephants 'crying' to each other. There is nothing we can do (to drive away the beasts)," said Bujang.
       He said residents had tried fire and loud noises to drive off the elephants, but they always returned.
       "We expect assistance from the related institutions to away." Bujang said.
       The rise in the number of elephant's attacks on residential areas and oil palm plantations is mainly the result of the destruction of the animals' habitat as a result of illegal logging. - JP

26.   What did the elephants do in Jambi?
A.They made the people cry
B.They drove away the residents
C.They devastated local smallholders
D.They were trained to e tame animals
E.They were damaged the oil palm plantations.

27.   Why were the elephants angry?
A.Loud noises disturbed them
B.Their habitat was destroyed
C.People burnt down their place
D.People stopped illegal logging
E.The residential areas were on fire

28.   We know that some irresponsible people cut down trees without license from paragraph….
A.5
B.4
C.3
D.2
E.1

29.   "There is nothing we can do (to drive away the beasts)." (Paragraph 2)
What does the underlined word refer to?
A.Oil palm trees
B.smallholders
C.institutions
D.elephants
E.residents

30.   What type of text does the writer use?
A.Recount
B.Narrative
C.Procedure
D.Descriptive
E.News item

           GREEN-GREEN GRASS OF HOME
The old home town looks the same
As I step down from the train
There to meet me is my Mama and Papa
Down the road I look and there runs Mary
Hair of gold and lips like cherries
It's good to touch the green, green grass of home.
Yes, they'll all come to meet me
Arm reaching, smiling sweetly
It's good to touch the green, green grass of home.
The old house is still standing
Though the paint cracked and dry
And there was that old oak tree that I used to play on
Down the lane I walk with my sweet Mary
Hair of gold and lips like cherries
It's good to touch the green, green grass of home
Then I awake  and look around me
At four grey walls that surrounded me
And I realize that I was only dreaming
For there's a guard and there's a sad old padre
Arm in arm we'll walk at daybreak
Again I'll touch the green, green grass of home
Yes, they'll all come to see me
In the shade of that old oak tree
As they lay me 'neath the green, green grass of home (Tom Jones)

31.   What color is Mary's hair?
A.Golden
B.Silver
C.Black
D.White
E.Grey

32.   Where is the writer?
A.Under an old oak tree
B.In a railway station
C.In the meadow
D.At home
E.In jail

33.   Who is the person that he can from his place?
A.His girl friend
B.His mother
C.His father
D.A guard
E.Mary

34.   What will he do?
He will ….
A.sleep
B.go home
C.have a break
D.travel by train
E.play on oak tree

35.   "Arm in arm we'll walk at daybreak." (The fourth verse)
The word "we" refers to the writer and ….
A.the guard
B.his parents
C.some padres
D.his old friends
E.other prisoners
 
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