Final Exam Semester 2

The following Text is for question 1-3
My Peronal Experiance
When I was in Junior High School, I was not a very diligent student. In fact, I was quite lazy. I hated all the subjects that I took during school, especially science. For me science was very difficult. It was hard for me to remember the chemical processes, physics calculations, and biological processes.
Once, my teacher grounded me in the library because I did not do my biology homework. The teacher asked me to read several books and make a summary about them. When I was browsing the shelves, I found a book entitled “The Inventors of Medicine” I thought “Ok, this ia a start”. I took it out then began reading it.
I learned from the book about Edward Jenner. He was an English doctor who found the cure for smallpox. The next one was Louis Pasteur. His interest in bacteria led him to discover the treatments for rabies and anthrax. Just like Pasteur, Robert Koch’s experiments on bacteria also proved that tuberculosis can be spread to others by contact. Finally, there was Alexander Flemming, a British bacteriologist who found the first antibiotic and penicillin.

After I read the book, I realized that science is useful for human kind. By studying, we can discover things that can help human kind. Therefore, since that moment, I managed to change my behavior  and became a doctor.
1.      What is purpose of the text?
A.    To describe the writer’s personal experience
B.     To discuss the writer’s experience.
C.     To retell the writer’s personal experience
D.    To amuse the readers with the writer’s personal opinion
E.     To persuade the readers to study science
2.      What was the writer’s problem when he was in Junior High School?
A.    The writer was not intelligent
B.     The writer only liked science
C.     The writer did not like some subject at school
D.    The writer had difficulties to learn science
E.     The writer did not want to study Biology
3.      Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the text?
A.    The writer particularly hated science subjects
B.     “The Inventors of Medicine” was the writer’s first book
C.     “The Inventors of Medicine” contains some information about the inventors of treatments and cures for some diseases
D.    The writer started loving science after read the book
E.     According to Koch, tuberculosis is not a contagious diseases
The following Text is for question 4-9
Last week I took my five years old son, Willy, to a musical instrument store in my hometown. I wanted to buy him a set of junior drum becuase his drum teacher advised me to buy him one. Willy like listening to music very much. He also likes asking me everything he wants to know . Even his questions sometimes seem precocious for a boy of his age. He is very inquisitive.
We went there by car. One the way, we saw a policeman standing near a traffic light regulating the passing cars and other vehicles. He blew his whistle now and then.
Seeing the policeman blowing his whistle, Willy asked me at once, “Dad, why is the policeman using a whistle, nota drum?” Hearing his unexpected question I answered reluctantly, “Because he is not Phil Collins?”.
4.      What does the text tell about?
A.    Willy and his new drum
B.     Phil Collins and his drum
C.     A policeman and his whistle
D.    Willy’s drum teacher
E.     The writer’s five-year old son
5.      Who taught Willy to learn drum?
A.    His mom
B.     His dad
C.     His drum teacher
D.    A policeman
E.     Willy himself
6.      “He is very inquisitive”. (Paragraph 1) The synonym of the underlined word is.....
A.    Curious
B.     Noisy
C.     Talkative
D.    Interested
E.     Indifferent
7.      From the text above we know that willy is a/an...... boy
A.    Smart
B.     Funny
C.     Stupid
D.    Childish
E.     Annoying
8.      Which sentence makes the text a funny story?
A.    He is very insensitive
B.     “Because he is not Phil Collins”
C.     He blew his whistle now and then
D.    He is also likes asking me everything he wants to know
E.     “Dad, why is the policeman using a whistle not a drum?
9.      “Because he is not Phill Collins!” (Paragraph 3) According to the sentence, we can conclude that Phil Collins is probably a......
A.    Teacher
B.     Drummer
C.     Policeman
D.    Driver
E.     Dancer
The following Text is for question no 10-12
Victoria C. Beckham 
Victoria Caroline Beckham is an English singer – songwriter, dancer, model, actress, fashion designer and business woman. She was born on April 17, 1974, in Essex, England. She became famous in the 1990's with the pop group "The Spice Girl"and was known as Posh Spice. In 1999, she married the Manchester United and England footballer, David Beckham. They have four children, three sons and a daughter. 
After The Spice Girl split up, she pursued a solo singer career, but also started her own fashion range called dVb Style. Since this initial foray into fashion Victoria Beckham has brought out her own range of sunglasses and fragrance, entitled "Intimately Beckham"and a range of handbags and jewelry. 
In addition she had written two best-selling books: one her autobiography and the other, a fashion guide.
  1.  What did Victoria do before being a solo singer?
    A. Married to David Beckham
    B. Worked as fashion designer
    C. Joined The Spice Girl
    D. Created fashion style
    E. Wrote many books

  1. We found in the text that ....
    A. Victoria named her fragrance by dVb style
    B. Beckham is Victoria's autobiography
    C. Beckham is Victoria's brand for her fragrance
    D. Posh Spice is the title of her new album
    E. Spice Girls is Victoria's label for her wardrobe
  2.  Based on the text, what do we know about Victoria?
    A. She is an ordinary woman
    B. She is a multi-talented woman
    C. She designed The Spice Girls
    D. She married to an ordinary person
    E. She arranged many songs for The Spice Girl
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  3. June came from a writer family. Both his parents work as a writer. His mother is a novelist, his father is a professor and his older brother is a journalist. During his lifetime June was intimidated by authors’ family epithet. He was faced with a situation that requires him to be able to write. In fact he could not write. When someone asked him to write, he refused and reasoned that his family talent in writing is up.
What kind of short paragraph above?
A. Recount paragraph
B. Narrative paragraph
C. Argumentative paragraph
D. Exposition Paragraph
E. Procedure paragraph
The following Text is for question no 14-17
Little Red Riding Hood
One day there was a little girl named little red riding hood. She was asked by her mother to deliver cake to her grandmother. When she was heading for his grandmother’s house, little riding hood met a wolf. “Where are you going, a little girl?” The wolf asked. “I’m willing to give this cake to my grandmother” replied little riding hood.
The wolf had an evil plan that he wanted to eat them both. Then he ran through a shortcut to her grandmother’s house. After arriving to grandmas’ house, he knocked on her door. When Grandma opened the door, the wolf caught her and locked her in a closet. The bad wolf then wore Grandma’s clothes and laid in bed, waiting for Little Red Riding Hood.
When little riding hood arrived, the wolf in disguise told her to come in. little riding hood did not realize that it was the wolf.  Then the wolf ate a little riding hood and her grandmother. After eating them, the wolf fell asleep beside the river. Suddenly, a woodcutter came; he saw a large wolf’s belly and knew what had been done by the wolf. Then he saved them by releasing them out from the belly of the wolf and filled the wolf’s stomach with a big stone. Then he threw the wolf into the river.
14. What is the story about?
A. A kind wolf who wants to help little    riding hood
B. A little riding hood meet wolf
C. Grandma asked wolf to take little riding hood
D. A bad wolf who wants to eat little riding hood and grandma
E. None of the option is right

15. Why did little riding hood do not realize
       the wolf who in disguise as her grandma?
A. Because she was blind
B. Because she was daft
C. Because the wolf was kind
D. Because the wolf wore little riding
      
     hood’s clothes
E. Because the wolf wore grandma’s
 
     clothes
16. Who did save little riding hood and her  
       grandma from the wolf?
A. The woodcutter
B. The stranger
C. The grandfather
D. The little riding hood’s mother
E. The little riding hood’s father
17. What is the moral value of the story?
A. Don’t be greedy
B. Don’t believe in stranger
C. Don’t use riding hood
D. Don’t go to Grandma’s house
E. Don’t sleep in the river
The following Text is for question no 18-20
One a hot day, a thirsty crow flew over a field looking for water. For a long time, she could not find any. She left very exhausted, almost giving up. Suddenly, she saw a water jug bellow her;  she flew straight down to see if there was any water inside. It was a surprise because there was some water inside the jug!
The crow tried to push her head into the jug. Sadly, she found that the neck of the jug was too narrow. Then she tried to push the jug down for the water to flow out but she found that the jug was too heavy.
The crow thought hard for a while. Then looking around her, she saw some pebbles. She suddenly has a good idea. She started picking up the pebbles one by one, dropping each into the jug. As more and more pebbles filled the jug, the water level kept rising. Soon it was high enough for the crow to drink. “It’s working!” she said.
18. Why did the crow fly over a field?
       A. Because the crow was exhausted
       B. Because the crow was thirsty and tried 
            To find water
       C. Beacuse there was water in the jug
       D. Because the jug was too narrow
       E. Because the crow found some pebbles
19. How could the crow finally make the 
       water in the jug rise? 
A.    The crow flew to a field
B.     The crow tried to push the jug down
C.     The crow threw the pebbles toward the jug
D.    The crow dropped the pebbles toward the jug
E.     The crow picked up the jug
20. What moral value can you learn from the
      text above?.
A.    We must be patient
B.     We must giving up open our dreams
C.     We must be smart
D.    Do not worry to try
E.     Success is gained through a hard work

21. Ina : what do you think of our new red  
      dress?
      Eta :  I am very satisfied with it. It goes
      with my shoes.
      Ina : I think so……
      Eta : Thank you.
A.    You look beautiful on it
B.     I don’t think so
C.     Sorry to hear that
D.    I don’t like it
E.     It’s so difficult to do   

22. X : What a great bike.
      Y : Thanks. My father bought it as my
             birthday present.
            The underlined sentence is the
            expression of giving……
A.    A compliment D. encouragement
B.     Complaint       E. opinion
C.     Advice

23. X : I just made some apple pie. Would you
            like to have a try?
      Y: It’s……, I’d like to have more
      X : Thanks. Have some more, please.
A.    Yuck                     D. not so good
B.     Scary                     E. Terrific
C.     Awful 

24. X: Jane didn’t pass her exam.
      Y : I’m sorry to hear that.
      We know that the second speaker
      expresses her……
A.    Disappointment     D. apology
B.     Sympathy              e. anger
C.     Displeasure

25. Dina : Have you heard that tino had an
       accident last week?
       Ita     : Really?...... I hope he’ll be fine
           soon.
A.    It surprises me
B.     It sounds great
C.     It’s not my business
D.    That’s out of the question
E.     I’m sorry to hear that
26. Randy : what’s wrong with you? You look
      unhappy today.
      Sania   : I lost my purse this morning
      Randy : Oh, how awful. I’m so sorry.
            The underlined sentence expresses…
A.    Happiness             D. compliment
B.     Gratitude               E. affection
C.     Sympathy
27. Ali : I’m afraid my parents’ rice fields were damaged by flood.
 Mr. Harun : Oh. I’m sorry to hear
                      that.
 The underlined words express…..
A.    Regret       D. sympathy
B.     Refusal      E. condolence
C.     Complaint 
        28. X : My father died two days ago.
   Y :……
A.    I’m sorry to hear that
B.     I’m sad
C.     Congratulations
D.    That’s great
E.     Oh, yes

    29. X : …… I want to be an English
                interpreter after all.
         Y : Fantastic. I wish you success
A.    I won’t study English seriously
B.     I will study English seriously
C.     I studied English seriously
D.    I had studied English seriously
E.     I’m going to study English seriously
30. X : Do you mind if I turn the music
            off? I…..
                 Y : Please, go ahead.
A.    Will make a call
B.     Am going to make a call
C.     Making a call
D.    Make a call
E.     Are going to make a call

The following Text is for question no 31-34
On Saturday night, we went to the Town Hall. It was the last day of the year and a large crowd of people had gathered under the Town Hall clock. It would strike twelve in twenty minutes’ time. Fifteen minutes passed and then, at five to twelve, the clock stopped. The big minute hand did not move. We waited and waited, but nothing happened. Suddenly someone shouted,”It’s two minutes past twelve! The clock has stopped!”
I looked at my watch. It was true. The big clock refused to welcome the New Year. At that moment, everybody began to laugh and sing.

   31. When did the clock stopped?
A. At 5.12                                                       B. At 11.55                  E. At 00.00
C. At 12.00                                                     D. At 12.02
   32. Why did the people gather under the Town Hall clock?
A. To welcome the New Year                         B. To see the newly bought clock
C. To strike the laughing people                      D. To stop people who shouted
E. To welcome the London
   33. Based on the text, where was the writer?
A. At the center of the town
B. At home
C. At the beach
D. At the market
E. At school
   34. When did the event happen?
A. In the middle of the year
B. The end of the year
C. Christmas celebration
D. At the weekend as usual
E. Lebaran celebration
   35. Which of the following is not true according to the text?
A. The writer was waiting to celebrate the New Year.
B. The writer brought a watch.
C. The writer was very happy.
D. The writer celebrated the New Year with his family.
E. The writer was very angry
    36.      What probably happened when someone shouted that the clock stopped?
A. Everybody directly celebrated the New Year
B. Everybody sings and laugh.
C. Everybody looked for a watch.
D. Everybody shouted too.
E. Everybody looked for a drink
   37.   “The big clock refused to welcome the New Year”
What is the synonym of the word ….
A. Reject
B. Accept
C. Admit
D. Hate
E. Love
    38. Rudy ....... in a corner with a book. Jessica
       Told him tat he.......in very bad light
A.    Were sitting/were reading
B.     Were sitting/was reading
C.     Was sitting/was reading
D.    Was sitting/ were reading
E.     Do sitting/did reading

  39. when he....... the floor I broke the table
     A. are sweeping
     B. was sweeping
     C. were sweeping
     D. have sweeping
      E. I am going
  40. Two children....... on the sand and two fisherman................ against an upturned boat.
      A. was leaning/was playing
      B. was leaning/ were playing
      C. were playing/ was leaning
      D. were playing/were leaning
      E. Noting  







 





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