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Ujungkulon National Park ,home of the one-Horned Rhino,is situated at the Southwestern tip of the island of Java,in the administrative district of Pandeglang regency of the Province of West  Java.Geographically ,it is situated just below 6 degrees latitude (grs lintang) south and between 102 and 105 degrees longitude (grs bujur) east.
The park consists of several geographic areas.These areas which are the triangular shaped Ujungkulon peninsula (semenanjung)with its adjacent  island of Handeuleum and Peucang,the Gunung Honje Range to the east,and the large island of Panaitan make up the 76,214 hectare land area of the park.The surrounding sea and corals reefs (batu karang) contribute a further 44,337 hectares to the total 120,551 hectares.
Ujungkulon is also an important area for scientific,research,tourism and recreation.As Indonesia’s leading park,this park is a world heritage site and the habitat of the endangered java rhino, holds a rich and diverse wilderness of high conservation value.
1.      What does the text describe ?
A.  The island of Java.
B.  One-Horned Rhino.
C.  Pandeglang regency.
D.  Several geographic areas.
E.   Ujungkulon National Park.
2.      ”These areas which are the triangular shaped .Ujungkulon peninsula with its adjacent island of Handeuleum and Peucang....”(Paragraph 2)
    The underlined word means....
A.  farthest .
B.  smallest.
C.  biggest.
D.  nearby.
E.   distant.
3.      What makes Ujungkulon National Park the world heritage?
A.  Its habitat of the endangered java rhinos.
B.  Its beautiful sand.
C.  Its recreation areas.
D.  Its several geographic areas.
E.   Its surrounding sea and corals reefs.
        Once upon time, there was a tall, strong and patriotic young man, called Sit, voluntarily enrolled in the Army in China. He was sent to fight with the enemies in the Southern province.
            The General-In-Charge was Chiang. He was a cunning (licik)  and sly (lihai)  man who would not hesitate to exploit even his own soldiers. He knew Sit’s combat skill was extremely good but purposely put him in a non-combative post as a cook. When it came to battle, General Chiang would send Sit to engage  (face) the toughest enemies. Because of his size, strength and combat (pertempuran)  skill, Sit never failed to kill or capture his enemies. However, Ching in his report to the king never mentioned about Sit’s victories but claimed all his credits instead. 
            One day, the King visited the army camp and went for hunting with General Chiang and his bodyguards. While searching for a stray (tersesat)  rabbit in the forest, a huge brown bear suddenly emerged (appear) right in front of the hunting party. Everyone fled (run away)  for his life but the king tripped (tersandung) and fell on the ground.
            Just when the ferocious wild bear raised his giant paws to strike at the King, Sit, who was nearby, saw the incidents and immediately threw his big axe at the bear’s neck. The impact nearly severed (memotong) its head. The king was so grateful to Sit for saving his life and later discovered he was the man who actually defeated all the enemies in the reports, not General Chiang
            Next day, the King summoned (mengmpulkan) everyone to appear before him and publicly promoted Sit to General and demoted (menurunkan) Chiang to a cook. All rewards given to Chiang were returned to General Sit.
4.       What does the text mainly tell us about?
A.     The King’s bodyguard and a wild bear.
B.     Chiang’s hard struggle.
C.     General Sit’s rewards.
D.     Chiang as a cook.
E.      General Chiang’s nobility.
5.      “… but purposely put him in a non-combative post as a cook …” (Pr.2)
The underlined word is closest in meaning with ….
A.     carefully
B.     accidentally
C.     fearfully         
D.     intentionally
E.      randomly        

6.        What’s  the moral value taken from this story?
A.     Don’t be careless
B.     Be patient and reward will come.
C.     To be on guard against cheating.
D.     Don’t judge the person by his/her appearance.
E.      Not to be silly.

PARIS (Reuters): Lance Amstrong’s Discovery Channel Team won the team time trial of the Tour de France on Tuesday, giving the six-time champion the over all race lead. The 33-year-old American led his team to victory for the third straight year in the time trial, clocking 1 hour, 10 minutes, 40 seconds for the 67.5 kilometers trek from Tours to Blois. Team CSC placed the second, 2 seconds behind.
  1. What is the news about?
a.       The Tour de France
b.      The team in race
c.       The Discovery Channel Team
d.      The Tour de France championship
e.       The victorious team of Amstrong
  1. The 33-year-old American led his team to victory.
The closest meaning to the underlined word is …..
a.       joy
b.      defeat
c.       success
d.      conquer
e.       mastery

  1. What is the team CSC’s time?
a.       1 hour, 10 minutes, 40 seconds
b.      1 hour, 10 minutes, 42 seconds
c.       1 hour, 10 minutes, 38 seconds
d.      1 hour, 12 minutes, 40 seconds
e.       1 hour, 12 minutes, 42 seconds

  1. Which of the following is TRUE about the news?
a.       Amstrong has been a champion for the fifth time
b.      Team CSC was the champion of the race
c.       The second position team’s time was 1 hour, 10 minutes, 40 seconds
d.      Amstrong’s team won the time trial for the third straight year
e.       Lance Amstrong’s nationality is French


JAKARTA : Monday’s tsunami along the southern coast of Java has caused devastating losses that are still being counted. Traumatized survivors, many camped out in the hills that far from the shore line, are living in fear that another earthquake would trigger another wave of destruction.
       The earthquake which triggered a tsunami wiped out the beach resorts and fishing villages along the southern coast of Java. The meteorology and geophysics agency (BMG) said that the Wednesday’s earthquake measured 6.2 on the Richter Scale.
       Its epicenter was 48 kilometers below the sea level. BMG official, Weni, said that the areas on the west coast of West Java and Banten, as well as those in the south coast of Lampung, were at risk of being hit by tsunami. However, the possibility of a tsunami was quickly discounted by other agencies.

  1. The news is about …..
a.       the victims of a tsunami
b.      the possible risks of tsunamis in Banten and Lampung
c.       the tsunami in the south-western part of Indonesia
d.      the disaster caused by the tsunami in the southern coast of Java
e.       the tsunami survivors in Java

  1. The words below are associated with the suffering of the victims, EXCEPT …..
a.       fear
b.      trauma
c.       losses
d.      trigger
e.       destruction

  1. Monday’s tsunami along the southern coast of Java caused devastating losses …….. (par. 1)
      The underlined word may be replaced by …..
a.       stressful
b.      injuring
c.       destructive
d.      harming
e.       fearful

  1. Where did the tsunami happen?
a.       In Banten
b.      In Jakarta
c.       In the southern coast of Java
d.      In the south coast of Lampung
e.       In the west coast of West Java

Malin Kundang
An old woman and her son lived in a little village. Her son was called Malin Kundang. They were very poor but they loved each other very much.
One day Malin Kundang told his mother that he would go to town and worked there. At first his mother did not allow him but finally she let him to go with tears.
Malin Kundang worked hard in a big town and in a short time he became a rich man. However he completely forgot his poor old mother.
Some years later he sailed to a harbor near his village. When his mother heard about this news, she came to meet him. Malin Kundang pretended not know her. He said,” You are not my mother. Go away!” His mother became very sad and before she went away she said,” Oh, Malin Kundang, you are a wicked (evil)son. You’ll be safe now. You and tour money will turn to stone.”
Some days later his ship left the harbor. The sea was calm but when he reached the open sea there was a great storm. The ship was drowned. Malin Kundang and his money change into a stone. Now people call in Batu Simalin Kundang. We can see the stone from Air Manis, a village on the coast of West Sumatra near Padang.

  1. “Oh, Malin Kundang, you are a wicked son. …” (par. 4)
The underlined word has similar meaning to …..
a.       foul
b.      good
c.       bad
d.      evil
e.       mischievous

  1. At first his mother did not allow him but finally she ….. him to go.
a.       Ban melarang
b.      permit
c.       follow mengikuti
d.      force memaksa
e.       pretend berpura-pura


The Prambanan Temple
       One of the most popular artifacts in Indonesia is the Prambanan, a complex of temples which was built in 825 A.D. The central part of the Prambanan complex consists of three main shrines dedicated to the gods of Trimurti. 
       The temple of Siva stands in the centre, that of Vishnu on the north, and that of Brahma on the south. In front of each of these main temples stands another smaller temple, constructed to contain a statue of the mouth of each god. This ensemble is completed by two annexes, the “Candi Apit” or ‘flanking temples’, and nine small shrines to shelter the stones demarcating the compound within which the temple complex stands.

1.      What is the second paragraph about?
a.       The three main shrines in Prambanan.
b.      The position of the main temples.
c.       The Vishnu’s temple’s position.
d.      Brahma’s temple’s position.
e.       The temple of Siva.

2.      Excluding the annexes, how many shrines are there in the Prambanan Temple?
a.       3
b.      6
c.       9
d.      12
e.       16

3.      What shelters the stones demarcating the compound?
a.       The Candi Apit.
b.      The flanking temples.
c.       The nine small shrines.
d.      Candi Apit and the flanking temples.
e.       Candi Apit and the nine shrines.

 
The University of Australia has an international reputation for educational professionals and for applied research. It is Australia’s largest university, with six campuses, including a specialized technology campus. The university places particular importance on quality of its teaching and learning program, and on its working links with industry, business and government.

1.      The whole paragraph promotes that …..
a.       the University of Australia offers excellent educational program.
b.      the University of Australia is the largest university in the country.
c.       the University of Australia has a specialized technology campus.
d.      the University places particular importance on technology
e.       the University has six campuses.
2.      It is stated that the University has good relationship with …..
a.       educational professionals
b.      specialized technology
c.       large universities
d.      other universities
e.       industry
3.      ….. of Australia has an international educational reputation for …..
The underlined word means …..
a.       Knowledge (pengetahuan)
b.      prestige/noun. keren.. prestigious /adjective /begengsi
c.       attitude (sikap)
d.      character
e.       interest (perhatian)/kepentingan
Seven people were killed in a collision between a bus, a car and a truck on Jalan Sultan at 10:35 p.m. last night. The dead were all passengers of the car. The police believed the car might have been trying to overtake the bus when it was struck by a truck coming from the opposite direction. The driver of the car might not have been using his lights, as the truck driver said he did not see the car approaching.
The police said the car should not have tried to pass the bus, because overtaking is not allowed on Jalan Sultan. In addition, the police reported that the car-a small Japanese car- should not have been carrying more than five people. If the passengers had brought their identity cards, the police would have identified the names of the victims easily.

  1. The text reports …..
  1. an accident between a bus, a car and a truck
  2. police investigation on the accident
  3. an activity on Jalan Sultan at night
  4. the victims of the accident
  5. the names of the victims

  1. According to the police, the collision happened because …..
  1. one of the drivers was sleepy
  2. the bus driver didn’t see the truck
  3. Jalan Sultan was very dark at night
  4. Jalan Sultan was full of traffic last night
  5. The car driver was trying to overtake the bus
  1. “… because overtaking is not allowed on Jalan Sultan …” (par.2)
The underlined word is synonymous with …..
  1. Offered (menawarkan)
  2. Ordered (menawarkan/memerintah/memesan)
  3. wanted
  4. permitted
  5. respected (menghormati)







Bali (Indonesia) : The island of gods – lost its innocence at around 23.15 hours on Saturday 12th October 2002, when terrorists triggered a bomb placed in front of the US Embassy. Two subsequent blasts followed, in Legian, Kuta tearing through the popular nightclubs of Paddy’s and Sari Club killing almost 200 international tourists and locals alike, with many more injured. The effect of the blasts triggered a crisis and the like which had never been seen in Bali before and indeed shocked the world.
     The tourism industry obviously was devastated. Hotel room occupancy rates, which for some properties were close to 100 percent prior to the attacks, plummeted to single-digit levels for many establishments as the mass exodus of international visitors gained momentum. Inbound air capacity was slashed, business closed and many Balinese found themselves unemployed.

1.         What does the main theme of the text tell us?
a.    The island of gods was bombed by terrorists.
b.    The effect of the bomb was a tragedy on tourism industry in Bali.
c.    All business in Bali was closed after the bomb tragedy.
d.    The tourism industry in Bali was totally devastated.
e.    The Paddy’s and Sari Club are popular in the world.
2.         The effect of the blast triggered in Bali was great especially on tourism industry in Bali. Business closed and many Balinese are ….
a.       killed
b.      shocked
c.       injured
d.      slashed
e.       unemployed
3. The tourism industry in Bali was devastated. (par.2).
     The underlined word means ….
a.       Destroyed (rusak)
b.      Developed (berkembang)
c.       Increased (meningkat)
d.      Fascinated (menarik)
e.       Improved (memperbaiki)

A fox fell into a well and couldn’t get out. By that time a thirsty goat came along. Seeing the fox in the well, he asked if  / whether (apakah)  water was good. “Good,” said the fox. ”It’s the best water I’ve tasted in all my life. Come down and try it yourself.”
The goat was thirsty so he got into the well. When he had drunk enough, he looked around but there was no way out. Then the fox said, ”I have a good idea. You stand on your behind legs and put your forelegs against the side of the well. Then I’ll climb on your back. From there I’ll step on your horns, and I can get out. And when I’m out, I’ll help you out of the well.”
The goat did as he was asked and the fox got on his back and climbed out of the well. Then he coolly walked away. The goat called out loudly after him and reminded him of his promise to help him out. The fox merely turned to him and said, ”If you had thought carefully about getting out, you wouldn’t have jumped into the well.”
The goat felt very sad. He called out loudly. An old man walking nearby heard him and put a plank into the well. The goat got out and thanked the old man.
  1. The text tells a story of …..
a.       a fox
b.      a goat
c.       a fox and a goat
d.      an old man and a fox
e.       the goat and the old man
  1. Paragraph 2 mainly tells …..
a.       how the fox helped the goat
b.      why the fox got into the well
c.       how the fox got out of the well
d.      the fox’s idea how to get out of the well
e.       how both the fox and the goat got out of the well
  1. The goat did as he was asked ….. (par.3)
What does the above sentence means?
a.       The goat drank enough and looked around.
b.      The goat came down into the well and drank.
c.       The goat called out loudly after the fox got out.
d.      The goat waited someone who might help him.
e.       The goat stood on his legs and put his forelegs against the wall.

 
The Lion and the Mouse
       Once when a lion was asleep, a little mouse began running up and down upon him. This soon awoke the lion, which placed his huge paw upon the mouse, and opened his big jaws to swallow him.
       “Pardon, O King,” cried the little mouse, ”forgive me this time. I shall never forget it. Who knows I may be able to do you a good turn some of these days?” The lion was so tickled at the idea of the mouse being able to help him. Then he lifted up his paw and let him go.
       One day the lion was caught in a trap. Some hunters who wanted to carry him alive tied him to a tree while they went in search of a wagon to carry him in. Just then the little mouse happened to pass by and see the sad plight in which the lion was. The little mouse went up to him and soon gnawed the rope that bound the king of the beasts. Soon after the little mouse had finished gnawing away the ropes, he asked the lion to run away.
  1. What is the moral lesson from the text?
A.      Don’t look someone because of his clothes
B.      It is better to prepare for the days of necessity
C.      Common people may prove great ones
D.      United we stand, divided we fall
E.       Honesty begins at home
  1. Paragraph 3 mainly tells that …..
A.      the little mouse asked for forgiveness
B.      the hunters carried the lion alive to the king
C.      the lion was tied to a tree by the hunters
D.      the little mouse could prove that he could help the lion
E.       from the first, the lion believed in what the little mouse said
  1. What did the little mouse do to prove his words?
A.      He would never forget the lion
B.      He tried hard to help the lion free
C.      He ran up and down upon the lion
D.      He asked for apology to the king of the beast
E.       He tied the lion to the tree so that the hunters could carry him
  1. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text?
A.      The lion was angry with the mouse
B.      The mouse was caught in a trap
C.      The hunters carried the mouse in a wagon
D.      The mouse was able to free the lion
E.       The mouse was really the king of the beasts
This text is for questions
       Once upon a time, a rabbit wanted to cross a river but he could not swim. He had an idea. He saw a boss of crocodile swimming in the river. The rabbit asked the boss of crocodiles, “How many crocodiles are there in the river?” The boss answered, “We are twenty here.” “Where are they?” the rabbit asked for the second time. “What is it for?” the boss asked.
       “All of you are good, nice, gentle and kind, so I want to make a line in order. Later I will know how kind you are,” said the rabbit. Then the boss called all his friends and asked them to make a line in order from one side to the other side of the river. Just then the rabbit started to count while jumping from one crocodile to another: one … two … three … until twenty. Finally he thanked all crocodiles because he had crossed the river.

  1. The story mainly tells us about …..
A.      twenty crocodiles
B.      the boss of crocodiles
C.      a rabbit and twenty crocodiles
D.      a rabbit and the boss of crocodiles
E.       the boss of crocodiles and his friends
  1. We know from the first paragraph that the rabbit actually wanted …..
A.      to cross the river
B.      to swim across the river
C.      to meet the boss of crocodiles
D.      to know where the crocodiles are
E.       to know the number of crocodiles
  1. “All of you are good, nice, gentle and kind….” (par. 2)
The underlined word is synonymous with …..
A.      wild
B.      diligent
C.      cheerful
D.      easygoing
E.       honorable
  1. What is moral value of the text?
A.      United we stand, divided we fall
B.      People must be honest
C.      People must help one another
D.      It’s better to be clever
E.       Don’t look down on the others
Robbers stole truck 27 tons of paper
BEKASI: A gang of robbers stole a truck loaded with 27.7 tons of raw paper early on Sunday when the truck driver, Sumiaji, was dozing at a rest area along the Cikampek toll road in Bekasi.
Sumiaji told Bekasi Police that the toll road was very quiet at around 1 a.m. on Sunday. Sumiaji and his assisstant were sleeping when suddenly a gang of men approached them and threatened to kill them. The gang members bound them and gagged the driver and his assistant before taking them to Serang, Banten.
                The victims were then thrown out of the truck o the side of the toll road. They were helped by passing motorists and later reported the case to the Bekasi Police.
                However, they could not identify the suspected robbers because they claimed it was dark. The case is being investigated by the Bekasi Police. –The Jakarta Post
1.  The source of the news is ……...
a.       Sumiaji                                                                
b.      passing motorist
c.       Sumiaji’s assistant                                          
d.      The Jakarta Post
e.      Bekasi Police
      17. The incorrect statement according to the text is………
a.       The first paragraph of the text is called as newsworthy event.
b.      A gang of robbers stole Sumiaji’s truck loaded with 27.7 tons of paper when Sumiaji was driving along the Cikampek toll.
c.       There was not a dead victim in the robbery but the Bekasi Police still kept investigating the case.
d.      Suspected robbers could not be recognized due to the darkness.
e.      Both of the victims could be saved.

                Singapore is a city state; it is a city but also a state. It is a republic. Along with Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Brunei, it belongs to ASEAN, the Association of South-East Asian Nations.
       Like Indonesia, Singapore is a country of “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika”. Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians make up the citizens. Other Asians, including Indonesians, Japanese, Philippines, Koreans, Thais and Arabs also live on that tiny island. Singapore is sometimes called “Instant Asia” because you can see varieties of customs, cultures, and foods of nearly all Asia in Singapore.
1.       The text is mainly talks about Singapore as …..
a.       a nation
b.      an island
c.       a republic
d.      a city state
e.       a member of ASEAN
2.       Singapore’s citizens consist of …..
a.       Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines and Brunei.
b.      Chinese, Thais and Arabs.
c.       Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians.
d.      Indonesians, Japanese, Philippines, Koreans, Thais and Arabs.
e.       Asians and Arabs.
3.       ….. Koreans, Thais and Arabs live on that tiny island. (par. 2)
      The underlined word may be replaced by “very …..”
a.       cute
b.      huge
c.       small
d.      broad
e.       narrow
Once upon a time, a rabbit wanted to cross a river but he could not swim. He had an idea. He saw a boss of crocodile swimming in the river. The rabbit asked the boss of crocodiles, “How many crocodiles are there in the river?” The boss answered, “We are twenty here.” “Where are they?” the rabbit asked for the second time. “What is it for?” the boss asked.
       “All of you are good, nice, gentle and kind, so I want to make a line in order. Later I will know how kind you are,” said the rabbit. Then the boss called all his friends and asked them to make a line in order from one side to the other side of the river. Just then the rabbit started to count while jumping from one crocodile to another: one … two … three … until twenty. Finally he thanked all crocodiles because he had crossed the river.
  1. The story mainly tells us about …..
F.       twenty crocodiles
G.     the boss of crocodiles
H.      a rabbit and twenty crocodiles
I.        a rabbit and the boss of crocodiles
J.        the boss of crocodiles and his friends
  1. We know from the first paragraph that the rabbit actually wanted …..
F.       to cross the river
G.     to swim across the river
H.      to meet the boss of crocodiles
I.        to know where the crocodiles are
J.        to know the number of crocodiles
  1. What is moral value of the text?
A.      United we stand, divided we fall
B.      People must be honest
C.      People must help one another
D.      It’s better to be clever
E.       Don’t look down on the others
 
Terrorist recaptured after 10-day hunt
        MAKASSAR: South Sulawesi Police on Tuesday arrested the terrorist convicted for his involvement in the 2002 bombing of a McDonald’s outlet in Makassar.
        Gowa Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Raden Purwadi said after a 10-day hunt police caught Wirahadi, 25, in the Tassese sub district in Manuju district, Gowa regency in South Sulawesi. Wirahadi had escaped from Gunungsari jail in Makassar.
        “We received information from locals today at noon,” Raden said.
        He said the new resident who had no identity papers had raised suspicions. Wirahadi was sentenced to 19 years for the bombing, which killed two people and injured dozens of others.

1.    What is the news about? It’s about ……
A.      Wirahadi was recaptured by South Sulawesi Police.
B.      Wirahadi, the terrorist, was imprisoned for 19 years.
C.      Wirahadi was involved in the bombing of McDonald’s outlet in Makassar.
D.      A terrorist was caught in Tassese with the help of local residents.
E.       A terrorist was ever imprisoned in Gunungsari jail in Makassar.
2.    What crime was committed by Wirahadi?
A.      He had no identity cards when he was in Tassese.
B.      He was released from Gunungsari prison.
C.      He bombed McDonald’s outlet in Makassar and caused many people injured.
D.      He was hunted by South Sulawesi Police for ten days.
E.       He killed two persons and injured dozens of people in Makassar.
3.    How could Wirahadi be caught?
A.      The police had hunted him for 10 day.
B.      The local residents helped the police to hunt Wirahadi until they got Tassese.
C.      The police and the local residents got suspicious when they found such a new face in Tassese sub district.
D.      The police was so smart and skilful that they were able to catch Wirahadi.
E.       The local residents told their suspicion on Wirahadi to the police, as he did not bring any identity cards in their district.


Robbers stole truck 27 tons of paper
BEKASI: A gang of robbers stole a truck loaded with 27.7 tons of raw paper early on Sunday when the truck driver, Sumiaji, was dozing at a rest area along the Cikampek toll road in Bekasi.
Sumiaji told Bekasi Police that the toll road was very quiet at around 1 a.m. on Sunday. Sumiaji and his assisstant were sleeping when suddenly a gang of men approached them and threatened to kill them. The gang members bound them and gagged the driver and his assistant before taking them to Serang, Banten.
                The victims were then thrown out of the truck o the side of the toll road. They were helped by passing motorists and later reported the case to the Bekasi Police.
                However, they could not identify the suspected robbers because they claimed it was dark. The case is being investigated by the Bekasi Police. –The Jakarta Post
1.  The source of the news is ……...
a.       Sumiaji                                                                
b.      passing motorist
c.       Sumiaji’s assistant                                          
d.      The Jakarta Post
e.      Bekasi Police
      17. The incorrect statement according to the text is………
a.       The first paragraph of the text is called as newsworthy event.
b.      A gang of robbers stole Sumiaji’s truck loaded with 27.7 tons of paper when Sumiaji was driving along the Cikampek toll.
c.       There was not a dead victim in the robbery but the Bekasi Police still kept investigating the case.
d.      Suspected robbers could not be recognized due to the darkness.
e.      Both of the victims could be saved.


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