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One upon a time there was an office worker whose name was Charles. He worked in the same insurance office for many years. But during that time, he became more and more unhappy. While he worked, he dreamed constantly, and in his dream he was always a hermit, he stayed in his room. He didn't like people. He especially didn't like people when they talked. He wanted peace and quiet. Life went on for Charles in this way until he became desperate.
     His big opportunity came when he learned about a sea voyage the two of his friends were planning. They expected to make the trip during their summer vocation. Charles asked to join them. While they were sailing, our hero talked to his friends about the joys of hermits' life. He talked until he finally convinced them and they decided to stop at the First Island that they found.
     A few days after this decision, they saw the island in the distance where they decided to live. Before they went ashore, Charles asked the other two make a promise not to say a word after they reached the island. They were to remain perfectly quit during their stay.
     During the first few days after they landed, they built a little house where they planted a garden. The island was paradise for Charles because this was the peace and quiet that he wanted

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1.   What kind of text is the text above?
A.an anecdote text
B.an description text
C.a narrative text
D.an analytical exposition
E.a recount text

2.   The purpose of the text is ...
A.to persuade the readers to be a hermit
B.to tell the past experience of Charles
C.to entertain the readers
D.to describe Charles' experience
E.to evaluate the past experience

3.   They expected to make the trip....(look at par. 2)
A.asked
B.wanted
C.aimed
D.had
E.hoped

4.   Which of the following statements is true according to the text?
A.Charles disliked the noisy condition
B.Charles wanted to be a sea voyage
C.Charles liked people when they talked
D.Charles disliked peace and quiet
E.Charles dreamed to live in the city

5.   Which paragraph is the orientation?
A.paragraph 1
B.paragraph 2
C.paragraph 3
D.paragraph 4
E.paragraph 5

       We don't live in an age of miracles, but sometimes they happen. This was a special New Year's Eve Miracle.
        Elizabeth Barret lives near a shopping center, and sometimes she and her sister, Barbara, play near the stores. They like playing there. There are lots of people there, and she and Barbara like to look at the things in the windows.
        But the lives of children are not sweet. They are full of fears. Children attack and chase other children. Why? Who knows? But it's true. And it's true in Smithtown, too.
        Elizabeth is eleven years old and isn't friends with bad children. She doesn't fight. Her mother says so. And one New Year's Eve, Elizabeth and her sister, Barbara, are playing near the stores, but they have to stop. "Elizabeth," says Barbara. "Let's go home. Do you see those girls over there? They go to my school. They are bad.
       But it's too late. The bad girl chases Elizabeth and Barbara. They start to run. "Hurry, Elizabeth. Let's run across the railroad tracks. Hurry up."
        The trains on the Long Island Railroad are always late. It is a fact of life on Long Island. But the 1: 05 out of Ronkokoma was on time the New Year's Eve.
        Vincent Lobianco was at the railroad station, 150 feet away from Elizabeth and Barbara. "Don't cross the tracks. Go back!" Mr. Lobianco is a religious man. "Please, God, no. Don't let it happen." he shouts. But it does. Engine #4321 was on top of Elizabeth in two seconds. Mr. Lobianco runs towards the girl, and at the same time, shouts to a taxi driver at the station. "Call ambulance. Call an ambulance. There is a little girl on the track."

6.   What part of text is the first paragraph?
A.Identification
B.thesis
C.Issue
D.Abstract
E.Orientation

7.   Which of the following statements is not true according to the text?
A.Elizabeth and Barbara are sisters.
B.Elizabeth and Barbara are girls
C.Elizabeth is 11 years old
D.Elizabeth asked Barbara to go home when she saw the bad girl
E.Elizabeth and Barbara never fight

8.   They are full of  fears. What does the word "fears" mean?
A.happiness
B.frights
C.sweet experiences
D.better experiences
E.good experiences

9.   What type of text is the above text? It is …
A.narrative
B.recount
C.explanation
D.report
E.news items

One upon a time their lived a group of mice under a tree in peace. However, a group of elephants crossing the jungle unknowingly destroyed the homes of all the rats. Many of them were even crushed to death.
       Then taking of rats decided to approach the elephant's chief and request him to guide his herd through another route. On hearing the sad story, the elephant's king apologized and agreed to take another route. And so the lives of the rats were saved.
       One day elephant-hunters came to the jungle and trapped a group of elephants in huge nets. Then the elephant king suddenly remembered the king of the rats. He summoned on of the elephants of his herd, which had not been trapped, to go seek help from the king and told him about the trapped elephants.
       The rat's king immediately took his entire group of rats and they cut open the nets which had trapped the elephant's herd. The elephant herd was totally set free. They danced with joy and thank the rats.

10.   What type of text is the above text? It is …
A.a narrative text
B.a description text
C.a recount text
D.an anecdote text
E.an expository text

11.   What destroyed the homes of all rats?
A.a group of mice did
B.the hunter did
C.elephant-hunter did
D.a group of elephant did
E.elephant's herd

12.   What helped the elephant's herd free?
A.the elephant-hunter did
B.the hunters did
C.the trapped elephants did
D.a group of king did
E.entire group of rats did

13.   What is generic structure of "once upon a time there lived a group of mice under a tree in peace"?
A.Identification
B.Orientation
C.Complication
D.Resolution
E.Description

14.   At the end of the story, how was the elephant's herd?
A.angry
B.sad
C.happy
D.dead
E.disappointed

      Once upon a time, there was a king of the Antah Berantah Kingdom wishes Dewi Sekartaji by changing her into a golden snail: Keong Mas. The God told Keong Mas to drift along the river in order to find her husband, Panji Asmara Bangun.
      One day a poor widow, Mbok Rondo Dadapan, who always fished along the river, found the golden snail and took it home. There, she put the snail in a jar and took care of it. All of a sudden, unexpected good things took place in Mbok Rondo's life.
       Coming back from her daily fishing, she would find delicious dishes on the table and the house cleaned. She wondered who had been so nice to take care of her house and to do cooking. When this went on for several days, she could not resist the temptation to find out who the mysterious kind person was. So, one day, instead of fishing, she peeped through a hole in the wall of her house.

15.   Who wanted to marry Dewi Sekartaji?
A.Panji Asmara Bangun did
B.The God did
C.Mbok Rondo Dadapan did
D.Keong Mas did
E.The King of Antah Berantah Kingdoom did

16.   Who was the husband of Dewi Sekartaji?
A.the King of Antah Berantah Kingdoom was
B.the god was
C.Keong Mas was
D.Panji Asmara Bangun was
E.A poor old widow was

17.   There, she put the snail in a jar and took good care of it.
What does the word "it" refer to?
A.The river
B.The dishes
C.The snail
D.A far
E.Poor old widow

18.   What did Mbok Rondo Dadapan do to know who the mysterious kind person was?
A.She peeped through a hole in the wall of her house.
B.She went on several days
C.She ate delicious dishes on the table
D.she came back from her daily fishing early
E.she asked someone near her house

19.   All of a sudden, unexpected good things took place in Mbok Rondo's life. (Look at par, 2) What does the word "took place" mean?
A.came
B.visited
C.participated
D.took part
E.happened

20.   What is the purpose of the text? It is to ….
A.describe the golden snail
B.persuade readers to have good behavior
C.entertain the readers with the story
D.present some point of view
E.discuss something

       The statue of liberty is one of the first sights to welcome immigrants arriving in the United States, national monument proclaimed in 1924. Located in New York City, the monument consists of two small islands, Liberty Island and Ellis Island that lie in Upper New York Bay. The statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island; Ellis Island was once the location where most immigrants entered the United States.
       The statue of Liberty is a monumental sculpture that symbolizes freedom throughout the world. Its normal name is Liberty Enlightening the world. The statue depicts a woman escaping the chains of tyranny, which lie at her feet. Her right hand holds a loft of burning torch that presents liberty. Her left hand hold a tablet inscribed with the date "July 4, 1776" (in roman numerals), the day the United States declared its independence. She is wearing flowing robes and the seven rays of her spiked crown symbolize the seven seas and continents.
       The statue of Liberty is 46 m (151feet) high. Its base and pedestal increase the height of the monument to 93 m (305 feet). The surface of the statue is composed of hammered copper sheets 2.4 mm (0.01 in) thick that are riveted to an iron framework. The iron frame was devised by French engineer Alexander Gustave Eiffel, who also built the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The statue rests upon a concrete and granite pedestal designed by American architect Richard Morris Hunt. A star-shaped wall surrounds the 47 m (154 feet) pedestal. This wall was part of Fort Wood, which was built in the early 19th century to defend New York during the war of 1812(1812-1815).

21.   What kind of text is the text above?
A.A narrative text
B.A description text
C.an anecdote text
D.an analytical exposition
E.a recount text

22.   Which of the following statement is true according to the text?
A.The United States proclaimed its independence in 1924
B.The statue of Liberty is in the Ellis Island
C.Most immigrants entered the United States from Liberty Island
D.The statue of Liberty is situated in the Liberty Island
E.The location where most immigrants entered the United States is the New York City

23.   What is the real name of the monument?
A.Liberty Enlightening the world.
B.The statue of Liberty
C.A woman escaping the chain off
D.A monumental
E.Freedom throughout the world

24.   What happened on July 4, 1776?
A.the monument was declared
B.the statue of Liberty was first built
C.the United states got its independence
D.the Roman got its independence
E.the first world war was stopped

25.   The purpose of the text is …
A.to share unusual event
B.to tell about past events
C.to describe the statue of liberty
D.to inform about the statue of liberty
E.to evaluate the building of statue of liberty

26.   The statue depicts a woman escaping the chains of tyranny which lie at her feet.
What is the synonym of depicts?
A.represents
B.devotes
C.celebrates
D.illustrates
E.lies

                                                  My Neighbor's Home Industry
     Not far from the place where I live, there is a home industry. It is PT. Mulia Jati and his name is quite well-known in my hometown and the neighboring cities. It produces indoor and outdoor furniture, mostly made of wood.
     That this industry is big enough is a fact. The proof is that this industry employs more than a hundred workers and the production keeps on increasing year by year. Furthermore, recently this industry has exported its products overseas    
    This industry occupies a large area. Moreover, it is located in a strategic place precisely near the main road, so that it is not difficult to sell their products and the buyers will be easy to reach that place.
     At the front of this place, there is a large showroom. In this room, the owner displays the products. Since it is near the main road, people can see them. There are various kinds of furniture, from small ones to the big ones. The design of the furniture is not out of date. That the competition among the furniture producers is very tight is a fact, so the company keeps developing the new and modern designs.

27.   What part of the txt the second paragraph? It is …
A.description
B.identification
C.orientation
D.coda
E.complication

28.   Which of the following statement is true according to the text?
A.Agicultural appliances can be produced by PT. Mulia Jati.
B.PT. Mulia Jati doesn't produce cupboard.
C.PT. Mulia Jati is located near the house of the writer.
D.Things made of iron can be produced by PT. Mulia Jati.
E.PT. Mulia Jati isn't so popular in the writer's hometown

29.   Why is it easy to sell the products? And buyers will be easy to reach the industry?
A.Because this industry is big enough.
B.Because it is in strategic area, precisely near the main road.
C.Because it occupies a large area.
D.Because it has exported its products overseas.
E.Because it has a showroom

30.   How do you know that the products are sold to foreign countries?
A.It occupies a large area
B.It is located in a strategic place.
C.It has exported its products overseas
D.It employs more than a hundred workers
E.it is not difficult to sell the products

                                                The Ram in The Chili Patch

       Long ago there was a Mexican boy named Jan who helped raise money for his family by growing chili pepper in his garden.
       But one day when he came out to his chili patch, he found a ram 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 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 you, 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.

31.   What kind of text is the text above?
A.a recount text
B.a spoof text
C.an explanation text
D.a narrative text
E.an anecdote text

32.   What does the writer want with the story?
A.to tell the past event
B.to persuade readers to be honest
C.to explain how to do something
D.to entertain the readers with the story
E.to tell the readers about his/her personal experience

33.   Where did this 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 street

34.   In which part the writer identify the main character of the story, the time and the place where the story took place?
A.complication
B.orientation
C.resolution
D.crisis
E.re-orientation

35.   She went up to the ram and said …(look at par 2)
What does the word "she" refer to?
A.the cat
B.ram
C.Juan
D.the dog
E.a little ant

36.   Who helped Juan?
A.the dog did
B.the cat did
C.the little ant did
D.no one did
E.his friend did

       Bees are flying insect that are found all over the world. There are over twelve thousand different species of bees, but only two thousand of these are found in North America.
        Bees can be divided into two groups according to their living styles.  Solitary bees live alone. On the other hand, social bees, like ants, live in groups. Only about six hundred species are of his social category.
        Social bees are interesting because in their "society" there different classes of bees. Each class performs a different task. Queen bees lay an egg. Workers, underdeveloped females, work in the hive but never produce. Males do not work: their only task is to mate with the queen.
        Solitary bees occur as males and females. Every female makes a nest after an egg is laid and put in a cell, the female also add some pollen and honey for food. Then she seals the cell. The females then go else where to build a new nest or die. When the eggs hatch, the larvae will feed on the pollen and honey which the female left for them.

37.   What kind of text is the above text?
A.a discussion text
B.a description text
C.a recount text
D.an explanation text
E.a report text

38.   What is special about social bees?
A.There are different classes of bees and each class performs a different task
B.They are interesting bees
C.Queen lays eggs
D.Males do not work. Their only task is to mate with the queen
E.Making a nest in the ground where she lays her eggs into

39.   The larvae will feed on the pollen and honey the female left for them. (look at par. 4)
What does the word "feed" mean?
A.eat food
B.cook food
C.give food
D.produce food
E.look for food

           Once a man was walking in a park, he came across a penguin.
           He took him to a police and said, "I have just found this penguin. What should I do?" The police replied, "Take him to the zoo."
           The next day the police saw the same man in the same park and the man was still carrying the penguin with him. The police was rather surprised and walked up to the man and asked, "Why are still carrying that penguin about? Didn't you take it to the zoo?"
          "I certainly did," replied the man.
          "And it was a great idea because he really enjoyed it, so today I'm taking him to the movies!"

40.   What type of text is the above text?
A.a recount text
B.a spoof text
C.a description text
D.an explanation text
E.a narrative text

41.   The purpose of the text is …
A.to persuade the readers
B.to entertain the readers only
C.to explain the readers
D.to tell past events and to entertain the reader
E.to discuss some problems

42.   What part of text is the last paragraph?
A.orientation
B.event 3
C.re-orientation
D.resolution
E.twist

43.   Why did the man take the penguin to the police?
A.to show that he had just found the penguin
B.to take the penguin to the zoo.
C.to give the police the penguin
D.to ask for advice what he had to do with the penguin
E.to make the police surprised

44.   Which of the following statement is true according to the text?
A.The police took the penguin to the zoo
B.The next day the penguin had been in the zoo
C.The police took the man and the penguin to the zoo
D.The police was confused to the man and the penguin
E.The police was surprised because the man still carried the penguin with him


                                                 How to Make a Balloon Faces

      You will need :
             - flour             - yarn
             - balloons       - glue
             - a funnel        - felt-tip-pens
      Steps  :
              1. Pour as much flour as you can through a funnel into a balloon
              2. Tie a knot in the balloon
              3. Glue on some yarn for it
              4. Draw a face in the balloon with felt-tip pens
              5. Mold the balloon with your fingers
                    See what funny faces you can make

45.   What kind of text is the text above?
A.a recount text
B.a spoof text
C.a procedural text
D.an explanation text
E.a narrative text

46.   What is the purpose of the text?
A.to tell you about past event
B.to describe balloon faces
C.to explain balloon faces
D.to tell how to make balloon faces
E.to persuade the readers to make balloon faces

          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 silkworm moth known as 'Bombyx Mori' can do such spinning.
       This caterpillar has special glands which secrete liquid silk through its lower lip. The caterpillar makes its cocoons using these strands. The threads on the outside of the cocoons 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 kilometer. Being twisted together several of these threads make single woven materials.

47.   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

48.   How are the threads on the outside of the cocoon?
A.fine
B.soft
C.rough
D.strong
E.smooth

49.   What are mulberry leaves for?
A.feeding caterpillars
B.spinning cocoons
C.storing threads
D.boiling cocoons
E.waving the silk

50.   Some fully spun cocoons are heated (look at par.3)
The underlined words mean …
A.are made cold
B.are made cool
C.are made warm
D.are made good
E.are made hot

                                                    Mr. Smith Blunders

       Have you ever been invited to a party by an unknown host? You met strange guests, too. It is rather ridiculous of course.
        Mr. Smith is a well-known in Washington because of his many social blunders. He always likes to attend various social functions because he wants to expand his circle of friends. Whenever he is invited, he goes, unless he is ill.
Recently he received an invitation to a fashionable banquet. Although he did not know the hostess, he accepted the invitation. He was secretly very pleased, because he felt that his reputation as a desirable guest was growing.
       When he arrived at the banquet hall, he found that about one hundred people had been invited. He began to move around the hall. He spoke other guest about whether he knew them or not. He soon realized that he had never met any of the other people present, although they seemed to know each other.
         At dinner, he was seated beside a very dignified woman. The woman tied to be friendly even though she had never met Mr. Smith before. She spoke politely, whenever he spoke to her.  Between the first and the second course of the meal, she turned to Mr. Smith and said, "Did you see that gray-haired man at the end of the table, the one with glasses?"
         "Ah, yes. Who is he?" asked smith.
         "He's the secretary of the interior!" she replied.
         Mr. Smith said, "So that's the secretary of the interior! I'm afraid that I find very little to admire about him, although he is the secretary."
          The woman stiffened and did not reply.  Smith continued in spite of her coldness. "I rally can't see how he received his appointment, unless he is perhaps a relative of the president."
          "It hardly matters whether you like the secretary or not," she said. "He was chosen because the President thought he was the best man for the job. If he does the job well, you should have no complaint."
           "That is just it," persisted smith. "No one does the things he does, unless he is a complete fool"
           "Sir!" said the woman in all her dignity. "Do you know who I am?"
           "No," replied Smith.
            "I'm the secretary's wife," she said coldly. Mr. Smith was flabbergasted, but he went on in spite of his embarrassment.
            "Madam, do you know I am?"
            "No, I don't" the woman replied.
            "Thank goodness!" exclaimed Mr. Smith, as he quickly left the table.

51.   What kind of text is the above text?
A.a description text
B.an anecdote text
C.a narrative text
D.a recount text
E.an analytical text

52.   What does Mr. Smith like to do to expand his circle of friends?
A.meeting strange guest
B.inviting unknown people
C.receiving an invitation to a fashionable banquet
D.attending various social functions
E.Being invited to a party by an unknown host

53.   Which of the following statement is true according to the text?
A.Mr. Smith never attends unknown host
B.Mr. smith knew the hostess of a fashionable banquet
C.Mr. smith knew the woman
D.Mr. Smith knew no one of the guests
E.Mr. Smith is not popular in social blunders

54.   At dinner, he was seated beside e very dignified woman.
The underlined word means …
A.respected
B.beautiful
C.beloved
D.accepted
E.important

55.   How did the woman act toward Mr. Smith when they first sat down?
A.she was afraid of him
B.she stiffened
C.she was friendly
D.she turned to Mr. Smith
E.she said nothing

56.   The purpose of the text is to …
A.entertain readers
B.to describe the blunders
C.share with readers an unusual event
D.tell about past event
E.report past event

         For many years people believed that the cleverest animals after man were the chimpanzees. Now, however, there is a proof that dolphins may be even cleverer than these big apes.
         Although a dolphin lives in the sea it is not a fish. It is a mammal. It is in many ways therefore, like a human being.
         Dolphins have a simple language. They are able to talk to one another. It may be possible for man to learn how to talk to dolphins. But this will not be easy because dolphins cannot hear the kind of sounds man can make. If a man wants to talk to dolphins, therefore, he will have to make a third language which both he and the dolphins can understand.
         Dolphins are also very friendly toward man. They often follow ships. There are many stories about guiding ships through difficult and dangerous water.

57.   The text tells about …
A.fish
B.dolphins
C.mammals
D.big apes
E.chimpanzees

58.   The fourth paragraph tells us …..
A.how genius the dolphins are
B.how dolphins help man
C.how friendly man to dolphins
D.how diligent the dolphins are
E.how difficult the problems faced by dolphins

59.   The text above is the form of …
A.spoof
B.report
C.recount
D.procedure
E.narration

60.   Why do we have to make a third language to talk to dolphins?
A.Dolphins cannot hear the kind of sounds man can make
B.Dolphins are able to talk to one another
C.dolphin are also friendly toward man
D.A man wants to talk to dolphins
E.Dolphins are not fish but mammals
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