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This is text for number 1 to 5

An old lion realized one day that due to old age he was too weary and weak to hunt for his food.
Sadly, he approached his den knowing that soon he would perish. He stopped at the entrance,
and breathed difficulty, spoke in a low, soft voice to a pack of wolves which was passing by his
den at the moment. He told them of his sad condition.
Soon, the news of the lion’s illness spread throughout the forest and caused much concern
among the other beasts. Out of pity, the animals came one by one to pay their last respects.
The old lion was very happy. As each animal entered has den and came within reach, the lion
pounced on it and made it his meal. Very soon, the lion became fat
Early in the morning, the fox came. He had come to pay his respects too. The fox, well-known
for his wits and intelligence, approached the lion’s den with extreme caution. Standing some
distance away, he politely enquired about the lion’s health and asked him if he was feeling any
better.
“My dear friend,” said he lion, “is it you? I can hardly see you. You are so far away. Please come
closer and whisper some words into my ears to console me for I have not long to live.
The fox, meanwhile, had been observing closely the ground in front of the lion’s den. At las, he
looked up, and turning to go away, he remarked, “Please excuse me if I do not stay, for I feel
quite uneasy at seeing the many footprints leading into your den, but none leaving it.
1. Why were the lion’s hunting days over?
A. The animals found out about the lion’s illness
B. There were no more animals to hunt
C. The wolves always beat the lion
D. The lion is getting older and weaker
E. The lion was too strong
2. The old lion was very happy. This means that …
A. many animals visited the lion out of pity
B. the lion didn’t have to hunt for his food
C. each animal that entered the den showed their respect
D. the lion became fat
E. the lion was desperate
3. The footprints tell us that …
A. the pack of wolves passed the lion’s den
B. so many animals pay their respects to the old lion
C. the animals which entre the cave did not leave the cave alive
D. the lion is getting better and healthier
E. the animals want the lion passed away soon
4. In what ways are the lion and the fox the same?
A. The lion and the fox are both respectable
B. The lion and the fox are both strong
C. The lion and the fox are botch clever
D. The lion and the fox are both honest
E. The lion and the for are patient
5. What ways are the lion and the fox the same?
A. The lion and the fox are both respectable
B. The lion and the fox are both strong
C. The lion and the fox are botch clever
D. The lion and the fox are both honest
E. The lion and the for are patient

This text for number 6 to 7


Mr. Ahmad : Good afternoon, sir. May I introduce myself? My name is Ahmad.
                                I am a technician of PT AUTOMOBILE ASSEMBLING INDUSTRY.
The secretary :  Please sit down, what can I do for you, sir?
Mr. Ahmad         :   I want to see Mr. Rahmat, the mechanic in the workshop. Is he in today?
The secretary :  I am sorry, sir. But Mr. Rahmat isn't in today.
Mr. Ahmad          :  I see. Never mind, sir. Goodbye.
The secretary : Good bye
6. The people in the dialogue are talking about ....
A.       a technician of PT AUTOMOBILA
B.       a way of greetings
C.        Mr Ahmad and the secretary
D.       Mr. Rahmat is in today
E.       Mr. Rahmat's attendance
7. We use the italicized words to express an....
A.       greeting
B.       advice
C.        introduction oneself
D.       complaint
E.       introduction others
Dialogue for number 8 to 9
Deni : Hello, Ahmad.
Ahmad    :   Hi, Deni. Nice to see you.
Deni       :   Nice to see you, too. How are you?
Ahmad    :   Fine, thank you. And you?
Deni        :   I am quite well, thanks.
Ahmad    :   may I introduce my friends?
                     This is Nani. This is Tono and that is Nana.
Ahmad    :   How do you do everybody?
                     Glad to meet you.
Nani, Tono and Nana         : How do you do Ahmad?
                      Glad to meet you, too.
Ahmad    :   Are you all students?
Nani       :   Yes, we are.
Ahmad    :   I am sorry, friends. I am in a hurry…
Deni         :   Oh! Are you? See you again some-time. Goodbye, Ahmad.
Ahmad    :   Good bye, everybody. Glad to have met you.
8. The italicized expressions above to express …
A. an advice
B. an introduction people
C. an introduction myself
D. formal greeting
E. complaint
9. How do you do, everybody?
The underlined word means ....
A. Ahmad
B. Deni
C. Tono
D. Tono and Deni
E. Nani, Nana, and Tono
10. Isti wants to introduce Fina to her brother.
Isti            :   Fina, this is my brother, Anton, and Anton this is Fina.
Anton to Fina :…
A. How is he
B. How is your brother
C. Are you ready
D. It is nothing at all
E. Hi, nice to meet you.
11. You give personal information when you tell people about yourself such as ....
a. an account, shopping, attendance.
b. registering, booking, meeting, and holding
c. interview, views, course, and others.
d. address, completion, form, writing, and friend.
e.  name, occupation, address, place of origin, and sometime hobbies
12. Good morning. I would like to introduce; my-self. My name is Deri. I am a student.
I live, on Jln. Suniaraja in Bandung. my phone number is798320.
The above statements describe a …
a.       leave-taking
b.       meetings and greetings
c.        introducing others
d.       informal introduction
e.       formal introduction
Dialogue for number 13
Santo :  "Meti, this is my, brother. Santo"
Meti     :(13)" ... "
Santo : I am glad to see you, too

a.       Hello. How are you Santo?


b.       Hi. My name is Meti.
c.        Hello. How do you do Santo?
d.       Hi. Santo. I am glad to see you,
e.       Santo. I don't think we've met before

Tom “I’m afraid I’ll have to go now (14) …?


Gerry      : “Do you have to go soon?”
Tom        : “Yes, good night, Gerry?”                       
Gerry      : “Good night. See you tomorrow.”
The underlined utterance means that Tom wanted … Gerry
a.           Sympaty                                                        
b.           introduce               
c.           to meet
d. to leave
e. to invite        
Text for number 15 to 19
                Early one morning, Umar was walking to the bus stop to catch a bus to school. A loud, screeching noise
suddenly pierced the air. Umar realized that there had been an accident. A small boy was lying unconscious on the
road, and the car that had hit him had already run away.
                Umar was confused and frightened. “is the boy dead?” Umar asked himself. However, the boy was still
breathing. Umar could see that the boy had bruises all over his face and arms.
                Umar did not know what to do. Few cars passed along this road at this time of the day. The nearest house
which he could go to for help was his own, but it would take ten minutes to walk there. Umar finally decided to stay
with the boy until somebody came by.
                Time passed very slowly – so it seemed to Umar. The boy was still unconscious, and Umar prayed for the
boy to regain consciousness.
                Umar sprang to his feet at the sound of an approaching car. He waved frantically at the driver to stop.
Umar asked the driver ”You will help this boy, won’t you, Sir?” The driver was kind. He carried the injuried boy to the
car. Umar went with them to the hospital. Later, the driver took Umar to the police station to report the accident.
                Umar had a lot to tell to his friends that day at school. All his friends though Umar was a very brave boy. ”it
was an unforgettable incident, wasn’t it?” They asked him.
                “Yes, it was, “Umar replied” it was a terrifying experience, thought!”

15. The genre of the text?


a.     Descriptive          
b.     Narrative             
c.     News item
d. Recount
e. Procedure
16. The purpose of the text is to …
a.     tell a past event
b.     report a phenomena
c.      entertain readers
d.     describe Umar’s activity
e.     discuss something
17. Umar and the helpful driver went to the police station after they …
a.     stopped the approaching car
b.     reported the accident they saw
c.      brought the boy to the nearest house
d.     had seen the injured boy on the road
e.     had carried the injured boy to the hospital
18. “Time passed very slowly” … (paragraph4 )
        This part of the text is called ...
a.     Description              
b.     Event                       
c.     Reorientation
d. Resolution
e. Orientation        
19. What do Umar’s friends think about him …
a.     he is an honest boy            
b.     he is a kind boy
c.     he is a coward boy
d.     he is an easy going boy
e.   he is a very brave boy
20. The “dragon fly” is ...
a.     Adverb                   
b.     Noun                      
c.     Pronoun
d.  Adjective                           
e.   Verb 
21. “Every afternoon” is ...
a.     Adverb                              
b.     Noun                      
c.     Pronoun
d.  Adjective
e.   Verb
Text for number 22 to 25

Everything is going fine. I like (22)    new apartment very much. Its large and comfortable. I like my roommate,
too.     (23)     name is Emil. You will meet him when you visit   24)    next month. He is from Colombia. He is studying
English, too.     (25)     classmates. we were classmates last semester, too.

22. a.   me                          
b.  Mine                 
c.  I        
d.  My                          
e.  My self

23.      a.  He                          
b.  His                    
c.  him    
d.  He is                    
e. It

24.      a.   Me                       
b.   Mine                   
c.  I           
d.     My                        
e.   My self

25.      a.   we were              
b.   we are               
c.  They were            
d.  They are                               
e.  We