Rabu, 03 Desember 2014

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Text 1 After her husband had gone to work, Mrs. Richard sent her children to school and went upstairs to her bedroom. She was too excited to do any housework that morning, for in the evening she would be going to a fancy dress party with her husband. She intended to dress up as a ghost and as she had made her costume the night before, she was impatient to try it on. Though the costume consisted only of a sheet, it was very effective. After putting it on, Mrs. Richard went downstairs. She wanted to find out whether it would be comfortable to wear. Just as Mrs. Richards was entering the dining-room, there was a knock on front door. She knew it must be the baker. She had told him to come straight in if ever she failed to open the door and to leave the bread on the kitchen table. Not wanting to frighten the poor man, Mrs. Richards quickly hid in the small store-room under the stair. She heard the front door open and heavy footsteps in the hall. Suddenly the door of the store-room was opened and a man entered. Mrs. Richards realized that it must be the man from the Electricity Board who had come to read the meter. She tried to explain the situation, saying ‘It’s only me’, but it was too late. The man let out a cry and jumped back several paces. When Mrs. Richards walked towards him, he fled, slamming the door behind him. 1. Who had come to Richard’s house this morning? a. The baker d. Her husband b. The poor man e. The Electricity man c. Her children 2. The man let out a cry and jump several paces because……. a. He was surprise to see someone coming b. He was frighten to see something like ghost c. He was surprise of seeing Mr. Richards d. He was angry with Mrs. Richards e. She had finished reading the meter of electricity 3. Where did Mrs. Richards hide? a. In the kitchen d. In the store-room b. In the bed room e. In front of the door c. In the dining-room 4. What type of text is used by the writer? a. Report b. Procedure c. Narrative d. Descriptive e. Recount 5. What is the purpose of the text? a. To retell Mrs. Richards experience b. To describe a ghost under stairs c. To tell the story of haunted-house d. To explain how Mrs. Richards daily activities are e. To give information about Mrs. Richards houseworks Text 2 One of the best known international radio services is the BBC World Service. The name BBC is short British Broadcasting Corporation. The world Service started in 1935 in order to provide news for Britain’s colonies overseas. Its headquarters in Bush House, a large building in London. The world service Broadcasting programmes in 37 languages, including English. It broadcasting programmes in English 24 hours a day about 25 million listeners. Its programmes focus on news and current affairs, but it also has programmes on music, science, sports and drama. The BBC gets its now in two ways. Firstly, it has reporters in most countries of the world. These people report what is happening in these countries. The second way, the BBC gets its news is by listening to other radio stations all over the world. The BBC listens to Indonesian radio to find out what is happening in Indonesia. For example, if there is report of a head quake in Sumatra on Indonesian radio, the BBC will tell its reporter to go there and collect news. The world Service is very useful for learners of English. They can listen to English and practice their listening skills. They can also note down the pronunciation, of words and even learn new words. 6. How long does BBC World Service broadcasting programmes in English? It broadcasts ……hours a day. a. 20 b. 24 c. 28 d. 26 e. 37 7. Its programmes focus on news and current affairs, but it also has programmes on music, science, sports and drama.. The word Its in the sentence refers to…. a. Bush house c. London e. BBC b. Program d. News 8. BBC World Service has programmes …. a. science, music, advertisement, trade, drama b. music, science, sport, movie, drama c. sport, drama, science, music d. music, advertisement, trade, music e. drama, culture, science, sport, music 9. World Service deals mainly with …. a. science and drama d. drama and news b. news and music e. news and current affairs c. current affairs and music 10. If you look at the front of large, modern hospital, you may notice that there are two separate entrances. The underlined word means………. a. Find out b. See c. Carry d. Hear e. Smell Text 3 One day, Nasreddin was up on the roof of his house, mending a hole in the tiles. He had nearly finished, and he was pleased with his work. Suddenly, he heard a voice below call "Hello!" When he looked down, Nasreddin saw an old man in dirty clothes standing below. "What do you want?" asked Nasreddin. "Come down and I'll tell you," called the man. Nasreddin was annoyed, but he was a polite man, so he put down his tools. Carefully, he climbed all the way down to the ground. "What do you want?" he asked, when he reached the ground. "Could you spare a little money for an old beggar?" asked the old man. Nasreddin thought for a minute. Then he said, "Come with me." He began climbing the ladder again. The old man followed him all the way to the top. When they were both sitting on the roof, Nasreddin turned to the beggar. "No," he said 11. Why was Nasreddin on the roof of his house? a. He was looking at the view b. He was waiting for the old man c. He was fixing the roof d. He was resting e. He was annoyed to the old man 12. Who was the old man? a. Nasreddin’s father d. A roof-mender b. Nasreddin’s friend e. A beggar c. A roof seller 13. Why did Nasreddin go down the ladder? a. He wanted to get away from his work b. Because the beggar asked him to c. He wanted to speak to the beggar d. He wanted to take some roofs e. He wanted to go with the beggar 14. The following sentences are true based on the text except……. a. Nasreddin was mending his tiles when someone called him b. Nasreddin was happy with his work c. Nasredin didn’t look down when the old man called him d. The old man asked some money to Nasreddin e. Nasreddin asked the beggar to climb up the ladder 15. Nasreddin saw an old man in dirty clothes standing below… (line 4) The antonym of the underlined word (DIRTY) is… a. Bad b. Safe c. Clean d. Bright e. Good 16. Today is Wednesday. 3 days ago was… a. Monday b. Tuesday c. Thursday d. Friday e. Sunday 17. A : Hi Jhon How do you do? B : ……….. a. Hi d. Hi, I’m Fine b. Hi, how are you e. Hi, Very well c. Hi, how do you do 18. Hamid : ……………..? Ahmad : I’m 15 years old. a. How are you? d. What is your old? b. How many age are you? e. How’s life? c. How old are you? 19. Jhon writes a letter to his father. Past Tense of the sentence above is…. a. Jhon written a letter to his father yesterday b. Jhon wrote a letter to his father now c. Jhon wrote a letter to his father tomorrow d. Jhon wrote a letter to his father last night e. Jhon is writing a letter to his father now 20. Hamid : John, I’m so bored hearing Mr. Brown speech. Faiz : Why do you say so? Hamid : His speech is too long. From the dialogue we know that Hamid expresses his…. a. Happines c. Boredom e. Angry Sadness d. Disappointed READING COMPREHENSION If you look at the front of large, modern hospital, you may notice that there are two separate entrances. One is for patience in need of immediate treatment, it is the emergency entrance. Here ambulances are seen pulling up at any hour of the day or night. The other is the hospital main entrance. In the ground floor inside main entrance there are reception area, waiting room, and also office. On the floors above and below are the numerous floors will be a maternity section for mothers and their babies. Their rooms are usually kept separate from the rest of the hospital, so that the babies do not catch other people’s illness. The rooms from other patients are usually on the higher floors. There are small rooms for just one patient, slightly larger rooms for two, three or four patients, and larger rooms called wards, in which as many as 40 or 50 patients may lie in rows or beds. On other floors are the operating rooms, called operating theatres, and special departments such as the radiography department, where x-rays are taken and developed. In the laboratories, special tests are carried out on body tissues and fluids to find out patients’ disease. The pharmacy supplies the drugs to treat transfusions. Here too are the sterilizing theatres and the wards which are cleaned and made free from germs. 21. Where can you find the reception area in a modern hospital? a. On the ground floor b. On the floors above c. On the second floor d. Near the maternity section e. At the emergency entrance 22. X-rays are taken and developed in the ………. a. Laboratories b. Operating theatres c. Emergency section d. Maternity section e. Radiography department 23. The……….are located on the same floor a. Laundry and the maternity section b. Waiting room, the laboratory and operating room c. Radiography room d. The pharmacy e. The sterilizing theatres 24. The main idea of the first paragraph is ……… a. Modern hospital b. Operating theatres c. The rooms for patients d. The two kinds of entrances e. The location of departments 25. The operating room in the modern hospital is also called…….. a. Operating theatre b. Operating place c. Operating centre d. Operating rest e. Operating system 26. If you look at the front of large, modern hospital, you may notice that there are two separate entrances. The underlined word means………. b. Find out c. See d. Carry e. Hear f. Smell One of the best known international radio services is the BBC World Service. The name BBC is short British Broadcasting Corporation. The world Service started in 1935 in order to provide news for Britain’s colonies overseas. Its headquarters in Bush House, a large building in London. The world service Broadcasting programmes in 37 languages, including English. It broadcasting programmes in English 24 hours a day about 25 million listeners. Its programmes focus on news and current affairs, but it also has programmes on music, science, sports and drama. The BBC gets its now in two ways. Firstly, it has reporters in most countries of the world. These people report what is happening in these countries. The second way, the BBC gets its news is by listening to other radio stations all over the world. The BBC listens to Indonesian radio to find out what is happening in Indonesia. For example, if there is report of a head quake in Sumatra on Indonesian radio, the BBC will tell its reporter to go there and collect news. The world Service is very useful for learners of English. They can listen to English and practice their listening skills. They can also note down the pronunciation, of words and even learn new words. 14. How long does BBC World Service broadcasting programmes in English? It broadcasts ……hours a day. a. 20 d. 37 b. 24 e. 26 c. 28 15. Its programmes focus on news and current affairs, but it also has programmes on music, science, sports and drama.. The word Its in the sentence refers to………. a. Bush house b. London c. BBC d. Program e. News 16. BBC World Service has programmes …. f. science, music, advertisement, trade, drama g. music, science, sport, movie, drama h. sport, drama, science, music i. music, advertisement, trade, music j. drama, culture, science, sport, music 17. World Service deals mainly with …. d. science and drama d. drama and news e. news and music e. news and current affairs f. current affairs and music One day, Nasreddin was up on the roof of his house, mending a hole in the tiles. He had nearly finished, and he was pleased with his work. Suddenly, he heard a voice below call "Hello!" When he looked down, Nasreddin saw an old man in dirty clothes standing below. "What do you want?" asked Nasreddin. "Come down and I'll tell you," called the man. Nasreddin was annoyed, but he was a polite man, so he put down his tools. Carefully, he climbed all the way down to the ground. "What do you want?" he asked, when he reached the ground. "Could you spare a little money for an old beggar?" asked the old man. Nasreddin thought for a minute. Then he said, "Come with me." He began climbing the ladder again. The old man followed him all the way to the top. When they were both sitting on the roof, Nasreddin turned to the beggar. "No," he said 18. Why was Nasreddin on the roof of his house? f. He was looking at the view g. He was waiting for the old man h. He was fixing the roof i. He was resting j. He was annoyed to the old man 19. Who was the old man? a. Nasreddin’s father b. Nasreddin’s friend c. a roof-mender d. a roof seller e. a beggar 20. Why did Nasreddin go down the ladder? f. He wanted to get away from his work g. Because the beggar asked him to h. He wanted to speak to the beggar i. He wanted to take some roofs j. He wanted to go with the beggar 21. The following sentences are true based on the text except……. f. Nasreddin was mending his tiles when someone called him g. Nasreddin was happy with his work h. Nasredin didn’t look down when the old man called him i. The old man asked some money to Nasreddin j. Nasreddin asked the beggar to climb up the ladder PART III : VOCABULARY (Question 22 – 30) 22. ……….is a place to buy stamp, envelope etc. Here, we can also send letters, packages, and so on. The place is…….. a. Police station b. Post office c. Supermarket d. Newsagent e. Pharmacy 23. When you want to cut your hair, you must go to……… a. Sailor b. Tailor c. Carpenter d. Baker e. Barber 24. In some tourist resort, visitors can buy …. like statues, fans, T-shirt, etc. a. Gifts b. Presents c. Handicrafts d. Souvenirs e. Goods 25. The boy is brilliant. He always……..every test with good marks. a. Solves b. Thinks c. Guesses d. Attends e. Passes 26. Budi : Hai Nita, Nita : Hai, Bud. Budi : I’m glad to introduce with you Nita : I’m too. The word glad from the dialogue above is similar meaning with….. a. Sad b. Happy c. Disappointed d. Afraid e. Confident 27. The BBC listens to Indonesian radio to find out what is happening in Indonesia The synonym of the underline word above is………. a. Speaks b. Smells c. Hears d. Sells e. Touches 28. There are small rooms for just one patient, slightly larger rooms for two, three or four patients, and larger rooms called wards, in which as many as 40 or 50 patients may lie in rows or beds. The antonym of the underline word above is………. a. Large b. Narrow c. Heavy d. Long e. Funny 29. The following things can be found in the kitchen, except……….. a. Spoon b. Fork c. Knife d. stove e. Fan 30. PART IV : LANGUAGE FOCUS / GRAMMAR SUMMARY (Question 31 – 40) 31. …………the lamp. It is dark here a. Turn on b. Turn off c. Get on d. Get off e. Stop 32. “Don’t up your shoes, please! The expression above refers to……. a. Simple commands b. Polite commands c. Very polite commands d. Positive commands e. Negative commands 33. The following sentences belong to Past Tense, except……….. a. Susi was sick this morning b. My mother went to Singapore yesterday c. My brother graduated from SMAN 1 Sagaranten last year d. Herman have written letter for his wife, yesterday e. Andi and Dasep were at home last night 34. Which of the following couple of words (Present Tense  Past Tense) incorrect……. a. Go  Went b. Walk  Walked c. Read  Read d. Write  Writed e. Sing  Sang 35. John : Ali, Could you help me to bring this book to the table of Mr. Jasmansyah Ali : Ok John : Thank you very much Ali : ………………….. a. Thank b. Thank you too c. Come back d. You are welcome e. Same – same 36. “Susi is the cleverest student ……….his friends in the class ten of SMAN 1 Sagaranten a. Between b. Among c. Over d. Beside e. Besides 37. “Ahmad sent a love letter to his darling two days ago”. The NEGATIVE FORM of the sentence above is……… a. Ahmad is not sent a love letter to his darling two days ago b. Ahmad does not sent a love letter to his darling two days ago c. Ahmad does not send a love letter to his darling two days ago d. Ahmad did not send a love letter to his darling two days ago e. Ahmad did not send a love letter to his darling two days ago 38. The following expressions are used to respond GOOD NEWS, except……. a. I’m sorry to hear that b. I’m pleased to hear that c. How nice d. Oh, really e. Nice to hear that 39. Take look at the following sentences carefully. Which one is WRONG grammatically! a. Andi and Rina went to Sukabumi last night b. My aunt is cooking rice in the kitchen now c. Mr. Dodo goes to office everyday d. Dasep, Citra, Geboy, Rina is students of SMAN 1 Sgr. e. I get up at 5 o’clock every morning 40. Teacher : “Imam! You are late again. You may enter the classroom. Wait until next period!” Imam : …………., I’ll never do it again. a. No problem b. Excuse me c. That’s ok d. It is all right e. I think so CINDERELLA Once upon a time there was a wife of a rich man fell sick, and soon she closed her eyes anddeparted. Everyday, Cinderella went out to her mother’s grave, and wept, and she remained piousand good .When winter came the snow spread a white sheet over the grave, and By the time thespring sun had drawn it off again, the man had taken another wife. The woman had brought withher into the house two daughters, who were beautiful and fai of face but vile and black of heart .Since then a bad time for the poor step-child began.One day the King gave oders for a festival and all the beautiful young girls in the countrywere invited, in order that his son might choose himself a bride.When the two step-sisters heardthat they were to appear among the number, they were delighted, called Cinderella and made tohelp them grooming, Cinderella obeyed, but wept, because she too would have liked to go withthem to dance, and begged her step-mother said” you cannot go with us, you have no clothes andcannot dance.When the step-mother and her daughters had gone away, Cinderella went to her mother’sgrave and cried, Shiver and Quiver, My little tree, silver and gold throw down over me.” Suddenly abird trew down a magnificent gold and silver dress to her,and were golden too. At the party her step-sister and the step-mother however did not recognize her, and thought she must be a foreignprincess, for she looked so beautiful in the golden dress. 1.The story above tells about a.Snow White c.Sleeping Beauty e.Dwarfs b. Cinderella d. Princess 2. The first paragraph is the………… of the story a. complication c. reorientation e. orientation b.resolution d. coda 3. Why does Cinderella’s mother dead ? Because she……… a. fell sick c. fell injured e. fell disappointed b. fell ill d.fell wounded 4. The genre of the text is……. a. recount c. procedure e. narrative b. legend d. news ite 5. When the winter came,the snow…… a. spread a white sheet c. spread a white shit e. spread a shit b. spread a white sheets d. spreading white sheet 6. Cinderella lived with her a. two step-mother d. her mother b. two step-sister and step-mother e. her sisters c. two step-sister 7. How did her step-mother treat Cinderella ? a. she allowed go any where d. she doesn’t her to allow b. she allows goes every where e. she didn’t go any where 1.Soraya: Hello, Adam. How are you doing? Adam: Fine, thanks.How are you? Soraya: I’m very well. Thank you. The underlined sentence is the expressingof… a. greetings c. leave taking b. invitation d. sympathy 2.Endang: Have you had your lunch? Ananda: Yes, I have.I’d better be going, or I’ll belate at my school.Good bye, Endang. Endang: Good bye, Ananda. See youtomorrow. From the dialogue above, we know thatEndang is using …expression. a. greetings c. leave taking b. invitation d. sympathy 3.The trip to Bali has been …due to badweather. a. cancel c. cancelled b. cancels d. canceling 4.You can’t see the manager …he is not here today . The conjunction that is suit to thesentence is… a. therefore c. Though b. and d. because 5. I think my first memories began when Istarted school at about five years old. I livedin suburb of Sidney. I had a happy childhood.I remember playing in a big garden. I fellfrom a big tree and broke my hand. Iremember I had a naughty friend namedGiant-O, because he was fat. He liked hittingand pulling my head. It was so pathetic.One day I hit him over the head with mybag. His parents were very angry with me.But I didn’t feel sorry at all at the time.Nevertheless, since then Giant-O has becomemy good friend. It was such an unforgettablechildhood. Who is Giant-O? a. a boy c. the writer’s friend b. my friend d. a teacher 6.Which statement that is true based on thetext? a. When he was child she fell from a treeand broke her head. b. The teacher was angry with the boybecause he hit her. c. She was living outside Sydney whenshe was a child. d. She didn’t feel sorry for hitting himover the head using her bag. 7. What we remember is the meaning of…. a. memory c. child b. remember d. history Childhood means… a. young people b. the time when you were a child c. you were young d. what happened in the last time 9.Part of town or city not near the center iscalled… a. urban c. metro b. village d. suburb 10.Teacher: Do you bring your dictionarieswith you today?Wulan: I’m sorry, Sir. …………… The appropriate expression to fill theblank is …. a. Remember that? b. I’ve completely forgotten. c. It’s coming back to me now. d. I’ll always remember. Text 1 (this text is for questions 1-5) When I was a boy, I liked swimming very much. Each year my two brothers and I spent the holiday with our uncle and aunt in their house by the sea. It was only twenty yards from the water. The water was warm, the sun shone brightly, and most days there were no waves. In the middle of the day a wind always began to blow, butit was not strong and didn’t make the sea rough. One day, we put on our swimming-shorts before breakfast. Then, we ran down to the sea across the sand and jumped in. we were in the sea or on the beach until late at night.when our aunt rang a bell, we went back to the house for food, but we ate it in our swimming-shorts and soon went back in the sea again. We were all very good swimmer. We dived through the waves or rode towards the beach on top of them until we were tired and hungry. 1. The generic structure of the first paragraph is… a. Events d. complication b. Description e. reorientation c. Orientation 2. How many person are there in the story? a. One b. two c. three d. four e. five 3. “ … we put on our swimming-shorts before breakfast.” (P.2,L.1) The underlined word means … a. To let b. to use c. to take d. to wear e. to bring 4. What is the communicative purpose of the text? a. To retell the writer’s experience d. to discuss the writer’s experience b. To report the writer’s experience e. to describe the writer’s eperience c. To explain the writer’s experience 5. Who is the main character in the story above? a. The writer c. the writer’s uncle e. the reader b. The writer’s aunt d. the writer’s brother Text 2 (this text is for questions 6-8) The Father and His Sons A father had a family of sons who were always fighting. He had no luck trying to stop their arguments. With words, so he decided to teach them a lesson. He told his sons to bring him a bunch of sticks and gave them to his eldest son and asked himto break them. The eldest son tried with all his strength but was not able to do it. The other sons tried and were also unsuccessful. The father said,” my sons, if you are of one mind, and unite to assist each other, you will be like these sticks together, but if you are divided among yourselves, you will be broken as easily as a single stick. 6. What is the social function of the text? a. To amuse the reader about the father and hia sons b. To explain the reader to bring him a bunch of sticks c. To describe the reader about the father and his sons d. To persuade the reader about the father and his sons e. To teach the reader to stop their arguments with words 7. What lesson can we learn from the text? a. We have to teach them each other b. We have to divide among ourselves c. We have to unite to assist each other d. We have to break as easily as a single stick e. We have to try with all our strength to do it 8. “… and unite to assist each other, … .” the antonym of the underlined word is… a. Join b. help c. follow d. notice e. separate 9. The water is nearly two meters high, ... ? a. Isn’t it b. is it c. doesn’t it d. didn’t it e. don’t it 10. I can’t fight the flood waters, … ? a. Can I b. do I c. did I d. am I e. will I 11. Tsunami is caused by displacement of a large volume of a water. the active sentence of the sentence above is … a. Displacement of a large volume of a water caused Tsunami b. Displacement of a large volume of a water causes Tsunami c. Displacement of a large volume of a water is causing Tsunami d. Displacement of a large volume of a water will cause Tsunami e. Displacement of a large volume of a water has caused Tsunami 12. We studied English last week. Change into passive sentence! a. English was studied by us last week d. English is being studied by us b. English is studied by us last week e. English studied by us last weeks c. English was studied by we last week TEXT 3 (this text is for questions 13-16) Sometimes river receives a lot of extra water. When this happens, the water overflows from its normal path in the riverbed and possibly onto dry land. This is called a flood. During a flood, people should move themselves and their most precious belongings to higher ground quickly. The process of leaving homes behind in search of a safe place is called evacuation. During a flood there is plenty of water, but it is mostly polluted and not safe to drink. If people drink the dirty water, they may suffer from illnesses or diseases such as typhoid and cholera. People can get ready to survive a flood by filling many containers with fresh and clean drinking water and using sandbags to store food or protect their house because sandbags soak up water. 13. What kind of genre is the text above? a. Descriptive c. Explanation e. Recount b. Narrative d. Procedure 14. What is the communicative purpose of the text? a. To tell how and why things or events work or occur b. To describe a particular person, place or things specifically c. To tell the past experience d. To amuse / entertain the readers, viewers, or listeners e. To persuade someone to buy or use what he/she offers 15. The generic structure of the first paragraph is … a. Explanation d. Identification b. Closing statement e. Orientation c. General statement 16. “ During a flood, people should move themselves and their most precious belongings to higher ground quickly.” “themselves” refers to … a. People b. flood c. ground d. precious e. move 17. “ saya membeli mobil tahun lalu.” Translate into English! a. I buy car last year b. I bought car last year c. I will buy car last year d. I have bought car last year e. I’m buying car last year 18. She … in Bandung for two years a. work c. worked e. have worked b. works d. has worked 19. Elena : Hey, April, … ! I just heard that you got a perfect score on the English Exam. April : Thanks, El. a. Good morning d. Congratulation b. What is your name e. you are welcome c. I’m sorry Inbox From : Dinda Hi, Ren! Alex, Thohir, and I Are going to go to the ice rink Tmrw. Would you like to come? Hope you’ll come. Sat, June 21 3:45 PM 20. Who sent the message? a. Dinda c. Alex e. I b. Renny d. Thohir Choose the correct answer by crossing a, b, c, d, or e ! 1. Bona : Hello, let me introduce myself. My name is Bona. I study at Islamic High School in Bandung. Denia : Hi, I’m Denia. I’m from Jambi. Nice to meet you. Bona : Nice to meet you too. The simple dialogue above expresses … a. Sympathy c. command e. introduction b. Attention d. prohibition 2. Mirna : Hi, Toni, … again after long holiday Toni : Hello, Mirna, nice to meet you too. Mirna : anyway, where did you go on the last holiday? a. How do you do c. how are you doing e. nice to meet you b. How are you d. glad to see you too 3. Dona : Ron, do you mind coming to our birthday party next Sunday? Rona : … Dona : okay, then, I’ll wait for you a. Frankly, I can’t go to your house d.Yes, of course b. No, I’ll come with pleasure e. I’m afraid I can’t c. No, I don’t want to come 4. Gery : Hi, Fik. My brother and I are going to attend the music show. Do you have time to go? Fikri : yes, I’d like that. What time will we go? From dialogue we know that Fikri is … a. Giving an opinion d. refusing the invitation b. Stating agreement e. accepting the invitation c. Asking for permission 5. April : you know, teacher just said I win the singing contest! Alya : really ? … a. Poor you c. don’t worry e. I’m glad to hear that b. It’s terrible d. what a sad news 6. Sandra : I lost my job. It is a disaster for me. Naila : … May you get a job soon. a. I’m glad c. That’s wrong e. That’s bad news b. I’m pleased d. I don’t think so Question 7-9 Woman : Why did you miss the math class? Man : 7. … Woman : How were you sick? Man : 8. … Woman : Did it get any batter? Man : I’m still feeling under the weather. Woman : Would you like anything? Man : I took some medicine earlier. Woman : 9. … Man : Thanks a lot 7. a. alright b. let me tell you e. it was challenging c. I was sick d. are you with me 8. a. I was lucky b. I had a cold e. the doctor was good c. I met the doctor d. the medicine was bitter 9. a. well done c. are you serious? e. alright b.show it to me d. get better soon 10. Sheila : Why don’t we order a glass of juice? It’s really hot. Adel : … . I’m so thirsty. a. Yeah, okay. d. it’s not great b. Oh no, sorry e. that not sounds good c. I think I’d rather go 11. Deriel : how about going home together and you could come by my My house and get it? Danil : … . I have an extracurricular activity after school a. Great d. I’m afraid I can’t b. Sure, if you like e. that’s a good idea c. Yes, I don’t mind 12. Dafa : I was shocked to hear you didn’t win the championship. You must be very upset Abyan : … Dafa : Don’t mention it. a. I’m sorry to hear that d. really? b. Thank you very much e. I’m happy c. I’m glad to hear that 13. The pupils are bored with the English lesson. The teacher should … the lesson more interesting for pupils. a. Make c. has made e. will make b. Made d. making 14. You are … young to drive a car a. very c. must e. should b. too d. enough 15. These are the language that should be done in advertising, except … a. Evocative c. persuasive e. passive sentence b. Informative d. powerful language

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