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 My favourite thing is aquarium. It is a place in which aquatic plants and animals, particularly fish, are kept. The term is applied to single tanks for home use in which fish are kept for their decorative effect and interesting habits and to public institutions with tanks for exhibition and scientific study of aquatic life.

I make home aquariums to simulate a natural environment. Aquatic plants supply the oxygen needed by the fish, but often an aerating device is used to furnish additional oxygen. Goldfish enjoy cool water, but the popular tropical fish must have water at a constant temperature of 22°C (72°F) or more. I must keep the water pure and free of algae for long periods by sufficient aeration and by keeping molluscs in the aquarium. 

A layer of sand or gravel at the bottom of the tank will hold the roots of such important aquatic plants as tape grass, vallisneria spiralis, and aid in the removal of debris. My home aquariums range in size from small fishbowls holding two or three pets to huge tanks.

1. To give additional oxygen, ... is used in a home aquarium.

a. a natural environment
b. aquatic plants
c. an aerating device
d. a layer of sand

2. Which is not needed to stimulate a natural environment in a home aquarium?

a. Putting aquatic plants in the aquarium
b. Using a suitable aerating device
c. Keeping mollusks in the aquarium
d. Removing the debris regularly

3. What is the above passage about?

a. The writer's home aquariums
b. A natural environment
c. Making an aquarium
d. Aquatic plants and animals

Yesterday night was the night of the fair, the following day was holiday. The children at Tim's school were really excited. They ran down the path out of school as fast as they could. Tim ran all the way home, and changed into his jeans and sneakers. He ate his dinner quickly, and sat at the window waiting for his dad to come. He couldn't wait for six o'clock when the fair would begin. He had been saving his pocket money for weeks.

When Tim and his family arrived at the fair, it had just opened. Already there were crowds of people swarming around food stalls, displays and dozens of rides. "Can I buy some chips and a drink?" asked Tim.

"Okay" sad Tim's dad. "But hang on tightly to your wallet. There are a lot of people around." "I'll be fine', said Tim impatiently.

He found a food stall, and ordered his food. When the man brought his chips and drink, without thinking, Tim put his wallet on the counter and picked up his food and drink. When he glanced back, his wallet had vanished! Tim desperately looked around him, but it was no use. All his pocket money was gone.

4. The fair started ....

a. in the morning
b. in the afternoon
c. in the evening
d.     after school

5. The children at Tim's school felt excited because ...

a. they would go to the fair
b. the following night was a holiday
c. their parents came to visit them
d. they got new jeans and sneakers

6. "When he glanced back, his wallet has vanished!" The word vanished means   ....

a. moved
b. disappeared
c. stolen
d. changed

“The Earth's greatest gorge", the Grand Canyon is located in north western Arizona. Its vastness is 217 mile long, and its widest spans over 17 miles across. It is not surprising that it has been designated one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

The walls of the canyon are made of limestone, sandstone, lava and other rocks. As the day passes the rocks reflect different colours. Many tourists come to the canyon just to watch the rocks change colour.

Cottonwood and willow trees grow at the bottom of the canyon. Many varieties of cactus grow here as well. The canyon is also home to many animals, such as bobcats, coyotes, kangaroo rats and deer.

Today about 4. million visitors come to Grand Canyon each year. Seeing the Grand Canyon is always a breath-taking and unforgettable experience.

7. What makes the visitors feel interested watching the rocks?

a. They have different sizes.
b. They reflect human's life.
c. They can change into different colour.
d. They can change its form.

8. "... Grand Canyon is always a breath-taking and unforgettable experience." The word a breath-taking has the same meaning with ....

a. strong emotional
b. available
c. amazing
d. unbelievable

9. Where do we usually find the text?

a. At the lake
b. At the beach
c. At the river bank
d. At the swimming pool

10. What is the purpose of the text?

a. To warn people not to push the door
b. To advice people not to sit beside the door
c. To warn people not to lean againts the door
d. To advice people not to stand before the door

Dear all of students,

Each of us has different talents, different dreams, and different destinations. We all have the power to make a new tomorrow with great happiness. We, the Senior Class of Campbellsburg High School, invite you to join us on School Anniversary on Friday 1st June 2011 at 06.30 pm at Hamilton Auditorium Campbellsburg, Arizona.

11. Where will the anniversary be held?

a. At high school
b. At the school yard
c. In the class room
d. At Hamilton Auditorium

Dear Kartika

Our sincere Congratulations on your success as The Best Washington City Journalist 2009.

This will support you to write more articles.

The manager and staff of

Moonlight Publisher

12. What does Kartika do? She is a …

a. Staff
b. Journalist
c. Manager
d. Publisher

13. The text is written in order to …

a. congratulate Kartika on her success.
b. inform people about the best journalist.
c. tell people to congratulate Kartika.
d. invite people to come to the Moonlight publisher.

To: Mr. Dalton

Sir, your appoinment to see Mr. Charlie is tomorrow at 2.30 p.m. Please be on time. See you tomorrow and don’t forget.


14. From the text we know that Mr. Dalton will come to see Mr. Charlie ....

a. in the morning
b. in the evening
c. in the afternoon
d. at night

15. ‘Please be on time’ This sentence means that you should come....

a. Late
b. hurriedly
c. early
d. punctually


2-3 tbsp. Oil

3 potatoes, peeled quatered and fried

1 lb. Chicken, cut into serving service pieces

3 cloves garlic, minced

1 large onion, quartered

1 tbsp. Patis (fish sauce)

3 tbsp. Cury powder

1 cup water

Salt and pepper

1 red bell pepper, cut into big squares

Garlic 1 green bell pepper, cut into big squares

3 celery stalks, cut nto 1-1/2’ long

1 cup coconut milk or evaporated milk

(Cooking Convention Chart)

Cooking Procedures

1. Pan fry potatoes. Set aside

2. In the same pan, fry chicken pieces and brown a little

3. Add garlic and onion. Saute’ for a few minutes until soft.

4. Pour in patis and season with curry powder, salt and pepper. Stir for 2 minutes.

5. Add water. Cover and bring to a boil. Lower the heat; add celery, bell peppers and fried potatoes.             Simmer for 3 minutes or until half done.

6. Add milk and stir occasionally. Cook for another 7 minutes( or lesser when using evaporated milk         because the liquids will curl)

7. Remove from heat. Serve hot

16. What is the purpose of the text

a. To entertain the reader
b. To describe chicken curry
c. To inform what chicken curry is
d. To tell how to make chicken curry

17. How many steps do we need to make chicken curry?

a. 4
b. 6
c. 5
d. 7

18. What should we do right after  frying chicken pieces and brown a little?

a. Pan fry potatoes. Set aside.
b. Remove from heat. Serve hot
c. Add garlic and onion . saute’ for a few minutes until soft.
d. Pour in patis and season with curry, powder, salt and pepper.

Have you ever visited a place which made you want to stay forever?

I have. Last year, I went to Situ Cileunca. At first, I thought the place was only the same as, other places in Bandung. But I was very surprised to find that it was the most beautiful place I've ever visited.

There were fantastic meadows, a lake, and a river. The meadow was very large. In the middle of the meadow there were many cows and sheep. All the animals were fat and healthy because they could easily get some grass in that large meadow. At the edge of the meadow, there was a small river. The water in the river was very cold. But, the sound of the streaming water was good to hear, especially in the evening.

Not far away from the herd of cattle, there was a lake. The lake wasn't too big, but it was very beautiful. The water was very clear and clean. We could see many fish in the lake. The most amazing thing was the water itself. It was not cold although the weather around was extremely freezing.

Unfortunately, I stayed there for just three days because we had to go back to Jakarta. But I have promised myself to come back later.

19. What does the writer tell you about?

a. Visiting fantastic meadows.
b. Living in Situ Cileunca.
c. Seeing many fish in the lake.
d. Visiting Situ Cileunca.

20. What does the paragraph three tell us about?

a. The beauty of the lake.
b. The weather around the lake.
c. The fish in the lake.
d. The water in the river.

21. Why was the writer very surprised?

a. The place was exceptional.
b. The weather around the lake was cold.
c. The fish in the lake was beautiful.
d. The water was warm.

Dear Irfan,

I am very glad to write this letter to you. How is your school? Here in Sleman, we are preparing for the Independence Day celebrations. So everybody is very busy.

First, we are going to have some sports competition. There will be soccer, volleyball and a tug of war competition. The winning team will receive a big goat as a prize. I'm going to play in the football and volleyball competitions.

Then, we are going to have a wayang show on the night before the Independence Day. The dalang is a famous one from Yogyakarta. He will perform all night long. Have you ever seen a wayang show? It is very entertaining.

Finally, I'm going to attend a flag raising ceremony at school on Independence Day. After that, we will give out prizes to the competition winners.

What are your plans for the Independence Day celebrations? Please write back and tell me.

Best regards, 


22. What is the prize for the winners of the sports competition?

a. An amount of money
b. A golden trophy
c. A new ball
d. A big goat

23. How many competitions will Joko join?

a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four

24. “He will perform all night long." The word "He" refers to ....

a. Irfan
b. Joko
c. the winner
d. the dalang

25. “We will give out prizes to ......   What does the word give out mean?

a. Receive
b. Send
c. Distribute
d. Buy
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The hotel has restaurant which serves many kinds of Indonesian and international cuisine.
The hotel has an elegant ballroom, meeting rooms for meeting, conferences, exhibition and weddings.
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26. What is the main purpose of the text above?

a. To entertain the reader. 
b. To describe about Bunga Land Hotel 
c. To provide information about Bunga Land Hotel
d. To tell the location of the hotel in the sububan area

27. From the text we know that ….

a. The hotel is located in the town
b. You can make reservation by phone
c. The restaurant serves Indonesian cuisine only
d. There is no ballroom in this hotel

28. “ … serves many kinds of international cuisine.”  The underlined word means …
a. cruise c.  drink
b. food d.  souvenirs


Those who have finished with the experiment please clean the microscopes and put them back in their boxes.

Thank you

29. What is the announcement about?

a. Information while doing experiment
b. Direction before cleaning the boxes
c. Instruction after using microscopes
d. Step before doing experiment

30. When do the students have to put the microscope back in the boxes?

a. During the experiment
b. While cleaning them
c. Before the experiment 
d. After cleaning them

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31. How many rooms does Hotel Jayakarta have for the guests?

a. 39
b. 45
c. 54
d. 136

32. Which is INCORRECT about the hotel?

There are three bedrooms in Penthouse. 

Its function rooms can accommodate more than two thousand people.

The guests can bring their children on the sandy beach near it.

It provides its guest with an open air swimming pool.

33. "Banquet and function facilities are available.'' The word available means we can ... easily.

a. find
b. provide
c. refuse
d. force

Theatre is a place where people entertain the audience well. The people who 34 ... .…….., called actors and actresses, act in plays on a stage. can be raised platform, or it can be part of the floor in a room, either in the centre of the room or against the wall. The audience is very important part of a theatre because it is for the audience that actors and actresses act , and the playwright writes interestingly. Without an audience, they are only rehearsing or practicing.

a. perform
b. disguise
c. pretend
d. work

Fill the blank by choosing the options 

Theatre is a place where people entertain the audience well. The people who , called actors and actresses, act in plays on a stage. 35 ................. can be raised platform, or it can be part of the floor in a room, either in the centre of the room or against the wall. The audience is very important part of a theatre because it is for the audience that actors and actresses act , and the playwright writes interestingly. Without an audience, they are only rehearsing or practicing.

a. stage 
b. screen
c. show
d. script

Theatre is a place where people entertain the audience well. The people who, called actors and actresses, act in plays on a stage. can be raised platform, or it can be part of the floor in a room, either in the centre of the room or against the wall. The audience is very important part of a theatre because it is for the audience that actors and actresses act  36 ………….., and the playwright writes interestingly. Without an audience, they are only rehearsing or practicing.

a. spontaneously
b. perfectly
c. friendly
d. personally

Arrange the words into a good sentence

37. when — leave — gas stove — on — do — 

            1           2             3                4        5

 unattended — not

       6                7       

a. 5  7 6  3  4  2  1
b. 5  7 3  4  6  1  2
c. 7 6  3  1  2  4  5
d. 7 2  3  6  1  4  5

38. delicious — it's — simple — a — very —

    1             2          3           4       5

 it's — but — dish — very

        6        7          8        9

a. 2 – 5 – 1 – 8 –  7 –  6 – 9 – 4  - 3     
b. 6 - 4 -  5 - 3 –  1 -  7 -  2 - 9  - 8
c. 2 - 4  - 5 - 3 -  8  - 7  - 6  - 9 – 1 
d. 6 – 9 – 1 - 3 -  7 -  2  - 5 -  4  - 3

39. Arrange the following sentences into a good narrative text

1. The five-footed bear liked to help other animals.

2. One afternoon, when the five-footed bear went home, he found a rabbit under a mahogany tree.

3. But all animals who lived with him didn't feet strange.

4. Once upon a time there was a strange bear who lived in a jungle.

5. Then, the five-footed bear brought him to his home.

6. His home was open for anyone who wanted to stay.

7. He had five feet.

8. The rabbit looked hungry.

a. 4 -  7 - 3  - 5  - 6 - 8  - 2 – 1
b. 4 -  7 – 1 -  3 -  8 - 6 -  5 – 2
c. 4  - 7 - 3  - 1 -  6 - 2  - 8  - 5
d. 4  - 7 – 3 -  1 -  5 – 2 – 6 -  8

40. Arrange the following sentences into a good recount text.

1. The bus was air-conditioned, so I felt comfortable.

2. All the passengers got off, did their prayers and had dinner.

3. Then I took a taxi to my grandparents' house.

4. In my holiday I visited my grandparents in Bandung.

5. The bus stopped at Pekalongan.

6. I went there by bus. It left at five in the afternoon.

7. The bus reached Bandung at six.

The best arrangement to make a text


a. 4  - 6 - 5 - 1 - 7 - 2  - 3
b. 4  - 6 - 2 - 1 - 5 - 7  - 3
c. 4  - 6 - 1 - 5 - 2 - 7  - 3
d. 4  - 6 - 5 - 2 - 1 - 3  - 7

Vacation to Surabaya

Last holiday, I went to Surabaya with my friend for vacation. We went there on a night bus.

When we arrived in Lamongan, the bus stopped at a small restaurant for a rest. I got off the bus to get a cup of ginger tea, and my friend drank some cold lemonade. Then I went to the toilet. It took only a few minutes.

When I came out again, the bus was not there. It had gone! My friend was not there too. Feeling shocked and confused, I asked a waitress about the bus. She said that the bus departed about five minutes ago.

I tried to call my friend on my cell-phone, but the battery was running low. I could not do anything but hope and pray. After several minutes, my wish came true. The bus came back! I got on the bus and walked to my seat.

I was so ashamed when everybody on the bus looked at me. I could feel my face turn red.

41. What is the topic of the text above?

a. My vacation
b. Vacation to Surabaya
c. Vacation with family
d. Vacation to foreign country

42. What did the writer do when the bus stop for rest in Lamongan?

a. The writer bought some souvenirs
b. The writer drank some cold lemonade
c. The writer went to the toilet
d. The writer got off the bus to get a cup of ginger tea

 43. What did the writer feel when the bus is not there?

a. Ashamed
b. Shocked and confused
c. Sad and Angry
d. Disappointed

44. How many friend that the writer had to join the vacation?

a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four

45. .…The bus was not there. It had gone! The word it in paragraph three refers to?

a. The writer
b. The writer’s friend
c. The bus
d. The waitress


Once upon time, a man had a wonderful parrot. There was no other parrot like it. The parrot could say every word, except one word. The parrot would not say the name of the place where it was born. The name of the place was Catano. 

The man felt excited having the smartest parrot but he could not understand why the parrot would not say Catano. The man tried to teach the bird to say Catano, however the bird did not say the word.

At first, the man was very nice to the bird but then he got very angry. “You stupid bird!” pointed the man to the parrot. “Why can’t you say the word? Say Catano! Or I will kill you” the man said angrily. Although he tried hard to teach, the parrot would not say it. Then the man got so angry and shouted to the bird over and over; “Say Catano or I’ll kill you”. The bird kept silent.

One day, after trying so many times to make the bird say Catano, the man really got very angry. He could not bear it. He picked the parrot and threw it into the chicken house. There were four old chickens for next dinner “You are as stupid as the chickens. Just stay with them” Said the man angrily. Then he continued to mumble; “You know I will cut the chicken for my meal. Next it will be your turn, I will eat you too, stupid parrot”. After that he left the chicken house.

The next day, the man came back to the chicken house. He opened the door and was very surprised. He could not believe what he saw at the chicken house. There were three death chickens on the floor. At the moment, the parrot was standing proudly and screaming at the last old chicken; “Say Catano or I’ll kill you”.

46. Why did the man feel so angry with the parrot?

a. It could say everything except Catano.
b. It couldn’t say anything.
c. It was a parrot like others.
d. It was a stupid parrot.

47. What is the purpose of the text above?

a. To describe a very cunning  parrot.
b. To tell us about a cruel man who owned a parrot.
c. To entertain the readers by telling about the smartest parrot.
d. To explain why the parrot owner was very angry.

48. From the text we learn that … .  

a. we have to respect  others
b. we have to imitate  others 
c. we should not force others to do something
d. we must not hurt others’  feeling

49. “… the parrot was standing proudly and screaming at the last old chicken …” The word “proudly” nearly means …

a. arrogantly
b. bravely
c. smugly
d. humbly

Dear Emilia Augustine,

How are you doing? Remember me? We met at ‘Amutzer Primate Museum” in Ragunan Zoo in Jakarta last holiday. I am really glad that chose my country to spend your  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. 3 big fishes for us. And we had hot chili sauce to eat with roasted fish. Hm... yummy!

How about your activity this semester? You’re in class Ninth, 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 Indonesian Language, too.

Okey, that’s all for hearing from you. Send my love to your mom and grandma. Bye!

Your pen pal,


50. The writer’s purpose of writing this letter is ... .

a. to go to Victoria
b. to tell her experience
c. to have a pen pal
d. to get a photo

51. Where is Emilia Augustine studying now?

a. In a Senior High school
b. In a University
c. In a Junior High School
d. In a College

52. Which is the following statements is incorect based on the text?

a. Emilia Agustine live in Victoria.
b. Emilia want to improve her English
c. Mirda and Emilia met in Ragunan Zoo.
d. Mirda give Emilia photos of her birthday.

Takatuliang, the Woodcarver

Long, long time ago on the island of Simbau, in the Sulawesi Sea, there lived a king and his beautiful daughter. The princess was not only beautiful, but she was also wise and kind.

Many princes wanted to marry the king’s daughter and this made the king confused. He, then announced a contest: whoever presented the princess with the most valuable gift would marry her.

Takatuliang, a poor woodcarver, wanted to join the contest but he was so poor that he had nothing to present. Then, he went far into the forest. There he chose the best tree and carved it into a doll. Next, he took an old piece of cloth and sewed into a dress for the doll. After that, he cut his own hair and glued it to the doll’s head.

On the day of the contest, all the princes gathered before the king and the princess. One by one, they presented their gifts: diamonds, silk, gold, jewlry. Then came Takatuliang’s turn.

‘What do you have?’ asked the princess.

‘I bring only a doll,’ said Takatuliang softly.

‘How many dolls like this do you have?’ asked the princess again.

‘Only this one. I carved it myself and decorated it with my own hair and my father’s old cloth. He died and this is the only thing he left me,’ answered Takatuliang.

The princess was very touched to hear Takatuliang’s story. She decided to marry Takatuliang because he presented her everything he had. Together, Takatuliang and the princess lived happily ever after.

53. What is Takatuliang?

a. a name of a poor woodcarver
b. a name of a king in Simbau island
c. a name of an island in Sulawesi
d. a name of a princess in Sulawesi Sea

54. The following statements are right, except ... .

a. The princess was very beautiful and generous
b. Takatuliang made a doll of his own to present to the princess.
c. Many princes came to propose the king’s daughter.
d. The princess didn’t accept Takatuliang to be her husband.

55. “After that, he cut his own hair and glued it to the doll’s head.” (paragraph 3) The underlined          word   refers to... .

a. Woodcarver
b. Piece of clothes
c. Valuable gift
d. Takatuliang’s hair

56. What is the main idea of paragraph III?

a. The princess decided to Marry Takatuliang
b. All the princes wanted to marry the princess
c. All the contestants presented their gift for the princess
d. Takatuliang carved and decorated the doll himself

On July 20, 1969, the dream to visit the moon came true. Two American astronauts landed on the moon. Their names were Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin.

The first thing the men discovered was that the moon is covered with gray dust. The dust is so thick that the men left footprints wherever they walked. Those were the first footprints any living thing had ever made on the moon. And they could stay there forever! There is no wind or rain to wipe them away.

The two astronauts walked on the moon for four hours. They picked up rocks for earth scientists to study. They dug up dirt to bring back to earth. They set up machines to find out things scientists wanted to know. Then they climbed back into their moon-landing craft.

The next day the landing-craft rockets roared as the two men blasted off from the moon. They joined Michael Collins in the space ship that waited for them above the moon. Then, they began the long trip back to earth. Behind them they left the craters, plains, and tall mountains of the moon. They left the machines they had set up. And they left footprints that may last forever.

57. What is the text about?

a. Two men who successfully landed on the moon.
b. The moon -landing craft used by astronauts.
c. People’s visits to the space through the moon.
d. The craters, plains and mountains of the moon.

58. What does the third paragraph tell you about?

a. Taking a walk on the surface of the moon.
b. The first moon-landing craft.
c. The astronauts’ activities on the moon.
d. The research done by earth scientists.

59. Neil Armstrong’s footprints could stay forever on the moon because ... .

a. they are made of hard rock of the moon
b. they were set up by machines and strong dirt
c. they were placed on the tall mountains of the moon
d. there is no wind or rain to wipe them away

60. Based on the text, it can be concluded that the situation in the moon is very … 

a. noisy
b. quiet
c. common
d. crowded

61. “And they left footprints that may last forever.” What does the word “forever” mean?

a. For all future time.
b. In the near future.
c. In the long run.
d. For the time being.

62. “They joined … in the space ship that waited for them above the moon.” (par.4)  What does the word “them” in the sentence refer to?

a. Neil Amstrong and his three crews
b. Edwin Aldrin and his Michael Collins
c. Michael Collins and all his friends
d. Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin


19 Oct. 2010

Dear Johan,

I told you that I was going to England, but actually I was heading for Scotland. I applied for a job and I went for an interview yesterday. The manager and the factory supervisor interviewed me. At first I found it difficult to understand them but I managed to answer all their questions. I’ll know on Friday before I return whether I got a job or not.

Tomorrow I plan to go to the National Museum of Scotland, the Palace of Holy Roodhouse that’s the Queen’s residence when she’s in Scotland.

I’m going to spent a few more days here enjoying the city which I hope will become my home for the next few years.

I’ll ring you when I hear something about my job on Friday. 



63. From the text we can conclude that … .

a. Peter will call his friend after getting a job
b. Peter hopes to stay in Edinburgh for a few days
c. the result of interview will be known on Friday
d. Peter’s purpose to Edinburgh to see National Museum


Durian is classified  as Durio zibethinus. It is native to Southeast Asia. Durian is known as”King of Fruit”. It is not only the most expensive fruit but also the most controversial fruit. It is only fruit which banned from airlined cabins, hotels and some public transport.

The durian tree is large and very tall. It can grow up to 25-50 meters and it has green elliptic leaves. A durian tree usually can bear  fruit after four or five years. The durian fruit, which can hang from any branches, matures in about tree months after pollination. The fruit can grow 30 centimeters long and 15 centimeters in diameters. The husk is covered with sharp thorns. The color of the husk ranges from green to brown. The flesh is pale yellow. It  is very soft but not juicy. When it is ripe, it tastes sweet and smells very strong.

Durian contains a lot of sugar, vitamin C, and potassium. Durian is also a good source of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Durian is usually eaten fresh. Sometimes it is also cooked to make “dodol” or jam.

Durian used to be grown from seed, but now it is propagated by grafting.

64. What does this text tell us about?

a. To describe about durian.
b. To explain how to choose good durian.
c. To tell about the taste of durian.
d. To show that durian is “The King of Fruit”.

65. What is the main idea of paragraph II?

a. The native of durian tree
b. The content of the flesh of durian
c. The size of the durian fruit
d. The phycical descriptions of durian 



The train Direction Depart Arrival

Penataran Malang-blitar 04.40 08.59

Rapih dhoho Kts-blitar 04.54 10.04

Pasundan Kiaracondong 05.25 21.13

Agrowilis Bandung 06.55 19.30

Sancakai Yogyakarta 07.30 13.05

66. What is the name of train departure to Bandung?

a. Rapih Dhoho
b. Agrowilis
c. Penataran
d. Pasundan

One of the rarest animal in the world is rhinoceros. It is a wild big animal. The rhinoceros we saw last was the one in Ujung Kulon conservation, West Java. It is about 3.5 meters (67) .....  and it weights about 3500 kilograms.

67. a.  Tall c. wide

        b. Long d. Large

68. Arrange the jumbled words into a meaningful sentence!

        with – may – you – be – happiness – always 

          1        2         3        4           5               6

a. 5 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 3
b. 4 – 5 – 2 – 1 – 3 – 6  
c. 3 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 5
d. 2 – 5 – 6 – 4 – 1 – 3 

69. Arrange the jumbled words into a meaningful sentence!

 who – two – there – once – lions – lived – together –  were 

   1       2         3         4         5         6         7              8

a. 2 – 5 – 4 – 6 – 7 – 1 – 8 – 3
b. 4 – 3 – 8 – 2 – 5 – 1 – 6 – 7
c. 2 – 5 – 8  - 6 – 7 – 1 – 4 – 3
d. 4 – 3 – 6 – 2 – 5 – 1 – 8 – 7 

70. Arrange the sentences into good paragraph

1. The message was,”James loves Leony”

2. It was almost dark when he reached the top of the mountain.

3. He said goodbye to his friends and began climbing a 2.000 feet local mountain.

4. Jame’s adventure began on Friday afternoon.

5. He signed his name on a rock and wrote a message on a tree to his girl friend. 

a. 4 – 3 – 2 - 5 – 1
b. 4 – 3 – 5 – 2 – 1
c. 4 – 5 – 2 – 3 – 1
d. 4 – 5 – 3 – 2 – 1 

71. Arrange the sentences into good paragraph

1. Take the cooked noodle from boiling water and drain it.

2. Instant noodle is ready to be served.

3. Boil two glasses of water, add noodles, stir slowly for 3 minutes.

4. Sprinkle fried crispy onion.

5. While the noodle is being cooked, put all seasoning in a plate.

6. Put the cooked noodle into the plate with seasoning, mix well.

a. 3 – 5 – 1 – 6 – 4 – 2
b. 3 – 6 – 1 – 5 – 4 – 2
c. 5 – 3 – 6 – 4 – 1 – 2
d. 3 – 1 – 2 – 4 – 5 – 6 

It was early in the morning we left Ubud and travelled to Gili Air which is one of three islands of Lombok. It took 4 hours in total by boat. The travelling was not bad but it was a hot day. I said to Jane on the slow boat " It`s alright babe, it won`t be so hot and stuffy once we get moving.”

When we got to Gili Air it was still quiet so we were able to get a bungalow near the beach for about $ 15 a night plus breakfast. We shared our room with quite a number of geckos. Some of them were quite large ones. The weather was still hot when I went diving. Jane waited for me at the seashore. She observed some fishermen who had just caught some fish. She did not want to dive because she had a trauma with sea animals. We had three days here which we spent walking around the island which takes about an hour. Every night, we sat on the couches near the beach and watched the waves and the stars. It was a fantastic journey that I ever had.

72. The purpose of writing the text above is …

a. to amuse the readers.
b. to retell the writer’s experience.
c. to advertise a tourism object.
d. to describe the view in Lombok.

73. Jane did not join diving with the writer because …

a. the weather was hot at that time.
b. she had a bad experience with sea animals.
c. there were some fishermen catching the fish.
d. she preferred to wait for the writer at the seashore.

To: Salsa

Finally you did it. You have finished your study excellently and accepted by the best senior high school in your city. Your achievement prove that you're the best. Keep your good job!



74. From the text we know that ....

a. Salsa is the best student in her city
b. Nanda asks Salsa to enter her senior high school
c. Salsa did not pass the examination
d.     Salsa will study in the best senior high school

Last week Mr. Imam, his wife and his daughters had a picnic. They went to Sanur beach and Kuta beach. They left by car at four in the afternoon. Mr. Imam drove his car carefully. They arrived at Sanur at six o’clock in the evening. Then they went to a motel near the beach. They spent the night in the motel.

The next day they went to Sanur beach. They went there on foot because the motel isn’t more than a kilometer from the beach. They started to go there early in the morning because they wanted to see the beautiful sunrise. After the sun rose they enjoyed other activities. Mr. Imam and his wife looked at the painting in a small gallery. Their children Warti and Ningsih enjoyed a boat trip. They were very glad because they had never done it before. At ten o’clock they went to the motel. They stayed and had lunch there.

At four in the afternoon, they left the motel to go to the Kuta beach. They went there by car. Then they walked a long the sea shore. They saw what some foreign tourists were doing there. Some of them laying on the sand and had a message others rode a motorcycle or surfing. Warti and Ningsih enjoyed it very much. They also played in the water and swam. They spent two hours on the beach. 

75. Why did Mr. Imam and his family go to Sanur beach early in the morning? 

a. They wanted to enjoy the Kuta and Sanur beaches.
b. They were eager to enjoy the sunrise.
c. They got bored to stay at their motel.
d. They walked o the beach hurriedly.

76. …… They were very glad because they had never done it before . What does the word ‘it’  refer to? 

a. Travelling by boat
b. Spending two hours on the beach.
c. Staying at the motel.
d. Watching foreign tourists laying on the sand.

77. They saw what some foreign tourists were doing there.  The underlined word in this sentence means ….

a. Tourist in Kuta beach.
b. Some visitors enjoying the beach.
c. A person walking along the seashore.
d. Persons who are coming from other countries.



        Net.content : 60 ml


Growing children , prevention/ treatment of vitamins and calcium deficiency, disorders of growths in bones and teeth, convalescence, during pregnancy and lactation


Children under 6 years

: ½ - 1 teaspoonfull thrice daily

Adult and children above 6 years  : 

1 teaspoonfull  thrice daily

Or as directed by the physician




Manucfatured by:


Bandung -Indonesia

78. The text tells us about the information of... 

a. Dosage
b. Vitamin for growth
c. Indications
d. Placing away from light

79. For adult and children above 6 years  take ... teaspoonfull a day?

a. 1
b. 3
c. 2

80. From the text we know that....

a. The pregnant and lactation is good to take this syrup
b. It can disorder of growths of bones and teeth
c. We let the syrup opened after using it
d. We can give this syrup for infants

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