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SOAL TOEFL DAN PEMBAHASAN JAWABAN (STRUCTURE TEST 3)Tes TOEFL ITP terbagi atas 3 sesi: listening comprehension, structure and written expression, dan reading comprehension.Sesi structure and written epxression terdiri dari 40 soal dengan lama pengerjaan soal 25 menit. Soal sesi ke dua ini terbagi atas dua jenis yaitu structure yang dimulai dari nomor 1 sampai 15 dan soal written expression yang dimulai dari nomor 16 sampai 40. Terkhusus untuk bagian structure, untuk membantu Anda lebih mengenal bentuk soal yang dipertanyakan, kami telah menyediakan Soal TOEFL dan Pembahasan Jawaban (Structure Test 3) di bawah ini yang bersumber dari buku Cliff -TOEFL Preparation Guide for the TOEFL Test. Untuk melihat structure test bagian 1 dan 2 silahkan kunjungi link Soal Tes TOEFL dan Pembahasan Kunci Jawaban (Structure Test 1) dan Soal TOEFL dan Pembahasan Jawaban (Structure Test 2).Soal TOEFL (Structure Test 3)1. After the funeral, the residents of the apartment building __________.(a) sent faithfully flowers all weeks to the cemetery.(b) sent to the cemetery each week flowers faithfully.(c) sent flowers faithfully to the cemetery each week.(d) sent each week faithfully to the cemetery flowers.2. Because the first pair of pants did not fit properly, he asked for __________.(a) another pants (c) the others one(b) other pants (d) another pair.3. The committee has met and __________.(a) they have reached a decision.(b) it has formulated themselves some opinions.(c) its decision was reached at.(d) it has reached a decision.4. Alfred adams has not __________.(a) lived lonelynessly in times previous.(b) never before lived sole.(c) ever lived alone before.(d) before lived without the company of his friends.5. Johns score on the test is the highest in the class; __________.(a) he should study last night.(b) he should have studied last night.(c) he must have studied last night.(d) he must had to study last night.6. Henry will not be able to attend the meeting tonight because __________.(a) he must to teach a class. (c) of he will teach a class.(b) he will be teaching a class. (d) he will have teaching a class.7. Having been served lunch, __________.(a) the problem was discussed by the members of the committee.(b) the committee members discussed the problem.(c) it was discussed by the committee members the problem.(d) a discussion of the problem was made by the members of the committee.8. Florida has not yet ratified the equal rights amendment, and __________.(a) several other states hasnt either.(b) neither has some of the others states.(c) some other states also have not either.(d) neither have several other states9. The chairman request that __________.(a) the member studied more carefully the problem.(b) the problem was more carefulnessly studied.(c) with more carefulness the problem could be studied.(d) the members study the problem more carefully.10. California relies heavily on income from fruit crops, and __________.(a) florida also. (c) florida is as well(b) florida too. (d) so does florida11. The professor said that __________.(a) the student can turn over their report on the monday.(b) the report on monday could be received form the students by him.(c) the students could hand in their reports on monday.(d) the student will on monday the reports turn in.12. This year will be difficult for this organization because __________.(a)they have less money and volunteers than they had last year.(b) it has less money and fewer volunteers than it had last year.(c) the last year it did not have as few and little volunteers and money.(d) there are fewer money and volunteers that in the last year there were.13. The teacher have had some problem deciding __________.(a)when to the students they shall return the final papers.(b) when are they going to return to the students the final papers.(c) when they should return to the final papers to the students.(d) the time when the final papers they should return for the students.14. She wanted to serve some coffee to her guests; however, __________.(a) she hadnt many sugar.(b) there was not great amount of the sugar.(c) she did not have much sugar.(d) she was lacking in amount of the sugar.15. There has not been a great response to the sale, __________?(a) does there (b) hasnt there (c) hasnt it (d) has there
Kunci Jawaban Soal TOEFL (Structure 3)1. C2. D3. D4. C5. C6. B7. B8. D9. D10. D11. C12. B13. C14. C15. D
Sepertinya TOEFL sudah menjadi hal yang penting saat ini. Sebelum mengikuti tes TOEFL, ada baiknya sobat semua berlatih dulu supaya hasilnya maksimal. Pada pembelajaran kali ini, kita akan belajar mengerjakanContoh Soal TOEFL Structure Lengkap Dengan Kunci Jawaban.Directions : Question 1-15 are incomplete sentences. Beneath each sentence you will see for words or phrases, marked (A), (B), (C) and (D). You are to choose one word or phrase that best complete the sentence.
Example IThe swimming instructor came... if the apartment was still available.A. to seeB. seeingC. sawD. for seeing
The sentence should be read 'The swimming instructor cameto seeif the apartment was still available.' Therefore, you should chooseA.
Now begin work on the questions.
1. The committee has met twice and .... A. they reached a final decision B. a final decision was reached C. its decision was reached D. it has reached a final decision
2. The manager won't be able to attend the shareholders' meeting tomorrow because.... A. he must to give a lecture B. he will be giving a lecture C. of he will give lecture D. he will have giving a lecture
3. Brenda's score on the test is the highest in class. A. She should study hard last night. B. She should have studied hard last night. C. She must have studied hard last night. D. She had to study hard last night
4. To answer accurately is more important than... A. to finish quickly B. a quick finish C. you finish it quickly D. quick finish
5. Having been served lunch,.... A. the problems were discussed by the participants. B. the participants discuss the problems. C. it was discussed by the participants. D. A discussion of the problems were made by the participants.
6. East Kalimantan relies heavily on income from oil and natural gas, and.... A. Aceh province also. B. Aceh province too. C. Aceh province is as well. D. so does Aceh province.
7. The participants have had some problems deciding.... A. when they should announce the result of the meeting. B. when are they sgoing to announce the result of the meeting. C. when should they announce the result of the meeting. D. the time when the result of the meeting to announce.
8. This year will be more difficult for our organization because.... A. we have less money and volunteers than last year. B. there is a little money and volunteers than last year. C. it has less money and fewer volunteers than it had last year. D. it has fewer money and less volunteers than it had last year.
9. Professor Baker told his students that... A. they can turn over their reports on Mondays. B. the reports can turn over on Monday. C. they could hand in their reports on Monday. D. the reports they can hand in on Monday.
10. The adder is a venomous snake ... bite may prove fatal to humans. A. its B. whom its C. that D. whose11. .... a bee colony gets, the more the queen's egglaying capability diminishers. A. It is more overcrowded. B. The more overcrowded. C. More overcrowded than. D. More than overcrowded.
12. The chairwoman requested that .... A. the participants studied more careful the problem. B. the participants study the problem more carefully. C. the participants studied the problem with more careful. D. the problem be studied more carefully.
13. Unlike the earth, which rotates once every twenty-four hours ... once every ten hours. A. the rotation of Jupiter B. Jupiter rotates C. Jupiter rotation D. Jupiter rotate
14. Jackson,... capital of Mississippi, is the largest city in the state. A. the B. it is the C. is the D. where the
15. The various types of bacteria are classified according to...shapes. A. whose B. how they are C. have D. their
KUNCI JAWABAN1. D 11. B 2. B 12. B 3. C 13. B 4. A 14. A 5. B 15. D 6. D 7. C 8. C 9. C 10.D
Berikut disajikan beberapa contoh soal test toefl beserta kunci jawabannya pada bagian bawah, sebaiknya kerjakan dulu soal yang ada sampai selesai dan pastikan dikerjakan dengan benar, baru kemudian dicocokkan dengan kunci jawabannya :Soal DimulaiSECTION 3READING COMPREHENSIONTime-55 minutes(including the reading of the directions)Now set your clock for 55 minutes.This section is designed to measure the ability to read and understand short passages similar in topic and style to those found in North American universities and colleges.Directions: In this section you will read several passages. Each one is followed by a number of questions about it. You are to choose the one best answer, A, B, C or D, to each question. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and fill in the space that corresponds to the letter of the answer you have chosen.Answer all questions about the information in a passage on the basis of what is stated or implied in that passage.Read the following passage:John Quincy Adams, who served as the sixth president of the United States from 1825 to 1829, is today recognized for his masterful statesmanship and diplomacy. He dedicated his life to public service, both in the presidency and in the various other political offices that he held. Throughout his political career he demonstrated his unswerving belief in freedom of speech, the antislavery cause, and the right of Americans to be free from European and Asian domination.Example ITo what did John Quincy Adams devote his life?(A) Improving his personal life(B) Serving the public(C) Increasing his fortune(D) Working on his private businessAccording to the passage, John Quincy Adams dedicated his life to public service. Therefore, you should choose (B).Example IIIn line 4, the word unswerving is closest in meaning to(A) movable(B) insignificant(C) unchanging(D) diplomaticThe passage states that John Quincy Adams demonstrated his unswerving belief throughout his career. This implies that the belief did not change. Therefore, you should choose (C).Now begin work on the questions.Questions 1-9Carbon tetrachloride is a colorless and inflammable liquid that can be produced by combining carbon disulfide and chlorine. This compound is widely used in industry today because of its effectiveness as a solvent as well as its use in the production of propellants.Despite its widespread use in industry, carbon tetrachloride has been banned for home use. In the past, carbon tetrachloride was a common ingredient in cleaning compounds that were used throughout the home, but it was found to be dangerous: when heated, it changes into a poisonous gas that can cause severe illness and even death if it is inhaled. Because of this dangerous characteristic, the United States revoked permission for the home use of carbon tetrachloride in 1970. The United States has taken similar action with various other chemical compounds.1. The main point of this passage is that A. carbon tetrachloride can be very dangerous when it is heated B. the government banned carbon tetrachloride in 1970 C. although carbon tetrachloride can legally be used in industry, it is not allowed in home products. D. carbon tetrachloride used to be a regular part of cleaning compounds2. The word widely in line 2 could most easily be replaced by A. grandly B. extensively C. largely D. hugely3. The word banned in line 4 is closest in meaning to A. forbidden B. allowed C. suggested D. instituted4. According to the passage, before 1970 carbon tetrachloride was A. used by itself as a cleanser B. banned in industrial use C. often used as a component of cleaning products D. not allowed in home cleaning products5. It is stated in the passage that when carbon tetrachloride is heated, it becomes A. harmful B. colorless C. a cleaning compound D. inflammable6. The word inhaled in line 7 is closest in meaning to A. warmed B. breathed in C. carelessly used D. blown7. The word revoked in line 8 could most easily be replaced by A. gave B. granted C. instituted D. took away8. It can be inferred from the passage that one role of the U.S. government is to A. regulate product safety B. prohibit any use of carbon tetrachloride C. instruct industry on cleaning methodologies D. ban the use of any chemicals9. The paragraph following the passage most likely discusses A. additional uses of carbon tetrachloride B. the banning of various chemical compounds by the U.S. government C. further dangerous effects of carbon tetrachloride D. the major characteristic of carbon tetrachlorideQuestions 10-19 :The next artist in this survey of American artist is James Whistler; he is included in this survey of American artist because he was born in the United States, although the majority of his artwork was completed in Europe. Whistler was born in Massachusetts in 1834, but nine years later his father moved the family to St. Petersburg, Russia, to work on the construction of a railroad. The family returned to the United States in 1849. Two years later Whistler entered the U.S. military academy at West Point, but he was unable to graduate. At the age of twenty-one Whistler went to Europe to study art despite familial objections, and he remained in Europe until his death.Whistler worked in various art forms, including etchings and lithographs. However, he is most famous for his paintings, particularly Arrangement in Gray and Black No. 1: Portrait of the Artists Mother or Whistlers Mother, as it is more commonly known. This painting shows a side view of Whistlers mother, dressed I black and posing against a gray wall. The asymmetrical nature of the portrait, with his mother seated off-center, is highly characteristic of Whistlers work.10. The paragraph preceding this passage most likely discusses A. A survey of eighteenth-century art B. a different American artist C. Whistlers other famous paintings D. European artists11. Which of the following best describes the information in the passage? A. Several artists are presented B. One artists life and works are described C. Various paintings are contrasted D. Whistlers family life is outlined.12. Whistler is considered an American artist because A. he was born in America B. he spent most of his life in Americat C. he served in the U.S. military D. he created most of his famous art in America13. The world majority in line 2 is closest in meaning to A. seniority B. maturity C. large pices D. high percentage14. It is implied in the passage that Whistlers family was A. unable to find any work at all in Rusia B. highly supportive of his desire to pursue art C. working class D. military15. The word objections in line 7 is closest in meaning to A. protests B. goals C. agreements D. battles16. In line 8, the etchings are A. a type of painting B. the same as a lithograph C. an art form introduced by Whistler D. an art form involving engraving17. The word asymmetrical in line 11 is closest in meaning to A. proportionate B. uneven C. balanced D. lyrical18. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passsage? A. Whistler work with a variety of art forms. B. Whistlers Mother is not the official name of his painting. C. Whistler is best known for his etchings. D. Whistlers Mother is painted in somber tones.19. where in the passage does the author mention the types of artwork that Whistler was involved in? A. Lines 1-3 B. Lines 4-5 C. Lines 6-7 D. Lines 8-10Questions 20-30The locations of stars in the sky relative to one another do not appear to the naked eye to change, and as a result stars are often considered to be fixed in position. Many unaware stargazers falsely assume that each star has its own permanent home in the nighttime sky.In reality, though, stars are always moving, but because of the tremendous distances between stars themselves and from stars to Earth, the changes are barely perceptible here. An example of a rather fast-moving star demonstrates why this misconception prevails; it takes approximately 200 years for a relatively rapid star like Bernards star to move a distance in the skies equal to the diameter of the earths moon. When the apparently negligible movement of the stars is contrasted with the movement of the planets, the stars are seemingly unmoving.20. Which of the following is the best title for this passage? a. What the eye can see in the sky b. Bernards star c. Planetary Movement d. The Evermoving stars21. The expression naked eye in line 1 most probably refers to a. a telescope b. a scientific method for observing stars c. unassisted vision d. a camera with a powerful lens22. According to the passage, the distances between the stars and Earth are a. barely perceptible b. huge c. fixed d. moderate23. The word perceptible in line 5 is closest in meaning to which of the following? a. noticeable b. persuasive c. conceivable d. astonishing24. In line 6, a misconception is closest in meaning to a (n) a. idea b. proven fact c. erroneous belief d. theory25. The passage states that in 200 years Bernards star can move a. around Earths moon b. next to the earths moon c. a distance equal to the distance from earth to the moon d. a distance seemingly equal to the diameter of the moon26. The passage implies that from earth it appears that the planets a. are fixed in the sky b. move more slowly than the stars c. show approximately the same amount of movement as the stars d. travel through the sky considerably more rapidly than the stars27. The word negligible in line 8 could most easily be replaced by a. negative b. insignificant c. rapid d. distant28. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? a. starts do not appear to the eye to move. b. the large distances between stars and the earth tend to magnify movement to the eye c. Bernards star moves quickly in comparison with other stars d. although stars move, they seem to be fixed29. The paragraph following the passage most probably discusses a. the movement of the planets b. Bernards star c. the distance from earth to the moon d. why stars are always moving
30. This passage would most probably be assigned reading in which course? a. astrology b. geophysics c. astronomy d. geographyQuestions 31-40It has been noted that, traditionally, courts have granted divorces on fault grounds: one spouse is deemed to be at fault in causing the divorce. More and more today, however, divorces are being granted on a no-fault basis.Proponents of no-fault divorces argue that when a marriage fails, it is rarely the case that one marriage partner is completely to blame and the other blameless. A failed marriage is much more often the result of mistakes by both partners.Another argument in favor of no-fault divorce is that proving fault in court, in a public arena, is a destructive process that only serves to lengthen the divorce process and that dramatically increases the negative feelings present in a divorce. If a couple can reach a decision to divorce without first deciding which partner is to blame, the divorce settlement can be negotiated more easily and equitably and the postdivorce healing process can begin more rapidly.31. What does the passage mainly discuss? a. Traditional grounds for divorce b. Who is at fault in a divorce c. Why no-fault divorces are becoming more common d. The various reasons for divorces32. The word spouse in line 1 is closest in meaning to a a. judge b. problem c. divorce decree d. marriage partner33. according to the passage, no-fault divorces a. are on the increase b. are the traditional form of divorce c. are less popular that they used to be d. were granted more in the past34. It is implied in the passage that a. there recently has been a decrease in no-fault divorces b. not all divorces today are no-fault divorces c. a no-fault divorce is not as equitable as a fault divorce d. people recover more slowly from a no-fault divorce35. The word proponents in line 4 is closest in meaning to which of the following? a. Advocates b. Recipients c. Authorities d. Enemies36. The passage states that a public trial to prove the fault of one spouse can a. be satisfying to the wronged spouse b. lead to a shorter divorce process c. reduce negative feelings d. be a harmful process
37. Which of the following is NOT listed in this passage as an argument in favor of no-fault divorce? a. Rarely is only one marriage partner to blame for a divorce b. A no-fault divorce generally costs less in legal fees c. Finding fault in a divorce increases negative feelings d. A no-fault divorce settlement is generally easier to negotiate38. The word present in line 9 could most easily be replaced by a. existing b. giving c. introducing d. resulting39. The word settlement in line 10 is closest in meaning to a. development b. serenity c. discussion d. Agreement
40. The tone of this passage is a. emotional b. enthusiastic c. expository d. reactionaryQuestions 41-50Whereas literature in the first half of the eighteenth century in America had been largely religious and moral in tone, by the latter half of the century the revolutionary fervor that was coming to life in the colonies began to be reflected in the literature of the time, which in turn served to further influence the population. Although not all writers of this period supported the Revolution, the two best-known and most influential writers, Ben Franklin and Thomas Paine, were both strongly supportive of that cause.Ben Franklin first attained popular success through his writings in his brothers newspaper, the New England Current. In these articles he used a simple style of language and common sense argumentation to defend the point of view of the farmer and the Leather Apron man. He continued with the same common sense practicality and appeal to the common man with his work on Poor Richards Almanac from 1733 until 1758. Firmly established in his popular acceptance by the people, Franklin wrote a variety of extremely effective articles and pamphlets about the colonists revolutionary cause against England.Thomas Paine was an Englishman working as a magazine editor in Philadelphia at the time of the Revolution. His pamphlet Common Sense, which appeared in 1776, was a force in encouraging the colonists to declare their independence from England. Then throughout the long and desperate war years he published a series of Crisis papers (from 1776 until 1783) to encourage the colonists to continue on with the struggle. The effectiveness of his writing was probably due to his emotional yet oversimplified depiction of the cause of the colonists against England as a classic struggle of good and evil.41. The paragraph preceding this passage most likely discusses a. how literature influence the population b. religious and moral literature c. literature supporting the cause of the American Revolution d. what made Thomas Paines literature successful42. The word fervor in line 2 is closest in meaning to a. war b. anxiety c. spirit d. action
43. The word time in line 3 could best be replaced by a. hour b. period c. appointment d. duration
44. It is implied in the passage that a. some writers in the American colonies supported England during the Revolution b. Franklin and Paine were the only writers to influence the Revolution c. because Thomas Paine was an Englishman, he supported England against the colonies d. authors who supported England did not remain in the colonies during the Revolution45. The pronoun he in line 8 refers to a. Thomas Paine b. Ben Franklin c. Ben Franklins brother d. Poor Richard46. The expression point of view in line 9 could best be replaced by a. perspective b. sight c. circumstance d. trait47. According to the passage, the tone of Poor Richards Almanac is a. pragmatic b. erudite c. theoretical d. scholarly
48. The word desperate in line 16 could best be replaced by a. unending b. hopeless c. strategic d. combative
49. Where in the passage does the author describe Thomas Paines style of writing? a. lines 4-6 b. lines 8-9 c. lines 14-15 d. lines 18-2050. The purpose of the passage is to a. discuss American literature in the first half of the eighteen century b. give biographical data on two American writers c. explain which authors supported the Revolution d. describe the literary influence during revolutionary AmericaKunci Jawaban :1.(C) 2.(B) 3.(A) 4.(C) 5.(A) 6.(B) 7.(D) 8.(A) 9.(B) 10.(B) 11.(B) 12.(A) 13.(D) 14.(C) 15.(A) 16.(D) 17.(B) 18.(C) 19.(D) 20.(D) 21.(C) 22.(B) 23.(A) 24.(C) 25.(D) 26(D) 27.(B) 28.(B) 29.(A) 30.(C) 31.(C) 32.(D) 33.(A) 34.(B) 35.(A) 36.(D) 37.(B) 38.(A) 39.(D) 40.(C) 41.(B) 42.(C) 43.(B) 44.(A) 45.(B) 46.(A) 47.(A) 48.(B) 49.(D) 50.(D) Demikian informasi mengenai Contoh Soal Test Toefl dan Kunci Jawabannya semoga dapat membantu Anda yang ingin mengikutinya.
Do you have any plan for next holiday? Mira and I are going to spend our holiday at grandma's house and our father will drive us to the village. If you want to join us, let us know soon. Remember, last holiday you didn't visit grandma!
- Why did Randy invite Andre to join them? Because ...B. Andre doesn't have any plans for holiday.D. Randy's father will drive them to the village.
- From the message we know that ....A. Andre doesn't want to spend his holiday at the village.C. Randy will visit his grandmother alone
On behalf of all the staffs we sincerely congratulate you on your success as the Jakarta City's Best Journalist 2012.
We hope this will support you to write more articles.
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- What does Rendi do? He is a ... Of Reader Publisher.B. journalistD. manager
- ' ...this will support you to write more articles.'A. makeC. suggest
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- A. Cecily and Brandon have different addressesB. Santa is going to move to a new house this yearC. Santa always opens the door for Thompson family
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- Where do we usually find the text?B. At the beach.D. At the swimming pool.
The Washongton Park Zoo Monkey Island is closed indefinitely due to deterioration of exhibition. After 80 years of operation, the exhibition is considered no longer safe to exhibit monkeys or to be serviced by employees.
Monkey Island will be closed until further notice and will eventually be restored after major renovation take place. The zoo has plans to design a new modern monkey island exhibit and will unveil those once they have been set.
- Why did the government close the Monkey Island? Because ....B. it is no longer safe for visitorsD. the zoo empoyees served the visitors badly
- ' ...and will unveil those once they have been set' (paragraph 2)A. introduceC. cover
- A. the exhibition of the monkeyC. the new modern design of the zoo
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Let me introduce myself. My name is Adiba Salma Zakiya, just call me Salma. I'm from Bima, Nusa Tenggara Barat. I read your profile in NONA magazine and would like to be one of your friends. It's a bit hard to find internet connection here, so I decided to write a letter instead of an e-mail to you. I hope you don't mind.
I'm the first child in my family. My parents have four children. I go to SMP 3 Sape, Bima. Now, I'm in the ninth grade. My hobby is cooking, that's why I can cook many kinds of Bimanese traditional dishes. Besides, I also like to play Kareku Kandei. It's a traditional music performance from Bima. Girls pound their pestles to a mortar to create harmonious sound. Kareku Kandei is usually performed on special events such as Independence Day, Kartini Day, etc.
I would love to know you better, would you tell me more about yourself too.
- A. By writing a letter to Ima.C. By reading her profile in a magazine.
- A. Salina described her hometown.C. Salina found Ima's profile in NONA magazine.D. Salma complained about the internet connection.
- The text mainly tells us about ....B. Salma's introduction to ImaD. the condition of a remote area in Bima
Mice might look cute, but they can be harmful pets that destroy household items, eat and mess with food and can spread severe diseases through their feces and parasites they carry. Here are some useful tips on how to repel house mice:
- Why do we use peppermint to repel mice? Because ....B. mice love the peppermintD. mice hate the smell of peppermint
- From the text above, we can conclude that ...B. peppermint is useful to repel miceD. we can place oil everywhere to repel mice
- 'Put them behind shelves ...'A. petsC. cotton balls
Last month, I went to my uncle house. He lives in Jakarta. His house is big and beautiful. It has five rooms. The living room is very large. It has a sofa from Europe, a piece of rug made in the Middle East, and many other expensive things in it.
His kitchen is very luxurious and modern. He has expensive kitchen set imported from Italy. We can cook in a few minutes to prepare certain meals. I tried to bake some cookies in the oven and they baked so well. Compared to my small and modest house, I could not say a word.
- A. JakartaC. Europe
- Why can the writer cook very fast in her uncle's kitchen? Because ....B. the kitchen set is made in ItalyC. the kitchen equipments are luxurious and modern
- The underlined word has similar meaning to ....B. new bornD. up to date
The following text is for questions number 22 to 24.
Boyolali regency is located in north of Solo and east of Merapi and Merbabu Mountains. This regency has been known for its production of fresh milk for a long time. No wonder, the cow statues adorn Boyolali town.
There are six main cow statues in Boyolali. They are displayed in different places. The statues are made of concrete. The colour and shape are made in such a way to resemble the real cows.However, the size is made bigger to catch the eye.
Besides decorating the town, the statues also turn out to be helpful for people from out of town tofind places they are seeking in Boyolali. By mentioning the position of the statue, people can get their way easily.
- Besides decorating the town, the statues also turn out to be helpful for people from out of town to. ' ... they are seeking in Boyolali' (paragraph 3)A. People from out townC. Cow statues.
- A. The statues help people to find places easily.C. The cow can get their way easily around the town.D. The people from out of town easily find the statues.
- The text mainly tells us about ....B. cow statues in BoyolaliD. how to raise cows
I am used to travelling by air but only on one occasion I felt frightened. After taking off, we flew low over the city. It slowly went high to the sky.
But suddenly it turned round and flew back to the airport. An air-hostess told us to keep calm and to get off the plane quietly as soon as it landed. After we landed, the police searched the plane carefully. Everybody on board was worried and we grew curious about what was happening.
Later we learnt that there was a very important person on board. Earlier somebody told the police that there was a bomb on the plane. Fortunately, they didn't find a bomb and five hours later we were able to take off again.
- A. The pilot.C. The air-hostesses.
- A. The pilot was afraid of bombs.C. The passengers were frightened.D. Police suspected that there was a bomb on the plane.
- What is the main idea of paragraph three?B. The police searched the plane carefully.C. Somebody said that there was a bomb on the plane.
Last summer, when mum and dad weren't feeling well, Tom was taking his dog, Paddy, for a walk. Suddenly there was a rabbit running across the path they were taking. Paddy barked very loud and the scared rabbit ran into the bushes. Although Tom was trying hard to grip the collar, Paddy was running after the rabbit. That was the last time he saw Paddy.
He tried to look for him for days. Finally, five weeks later, when Tom was out for a coffee at Motorway Cafe, his parents called. They were having lunch when they heard a dog barked outside the house. The hurriedly went out and there was Paddy wigling his tail.
- The word he refers to ....B. TomD. Paddy
- How did Paddy get lost?B. He followed motorbike riders awayD. He felt bored and took a walk
- The text generally talks about ....B. a long journey of the dogD. the disappearance of a dog
Once a farmer owned a donkey and a lapdog. The donkey worked hard all day, hauling heavy loads. The lapdog stayed with his master all day, and lived in the house with him. He did not work, but was allowed to sit on the master's lap. The donkey grew jealous of the lapdog.
Perhaps if I behave like the dog, like wag my tail and jump on the master, the master will start loving me as much as he does the dog. So the donkey decided to wait for his chance.
One day, when he was left unattended, the donkey broke his halter and ran into the farmhouse kitchen. There the farmer sat at table. The donkey rushed up to him and began wagging his tail vigorously, and knocked off all the china from the table. He then started jumping around and frolicking like a little dog, and finally plonked himself down on the farmer's lap. The shocked farmer yelled for help. The farmhands came running in and dragged the donkey off to his stable, and gave him a beating he did not forget for the rest of his life.
- A. The halter that he has to wear.C. The farmer's care to the dog.
- A. The donkey wanted to be loved by its master.C. The things done by the donkey to be loved.
- A. The farmer and his dog.C. The farmer and the donkey.
- A. It is good to share things with others.C. It is not good to be envious to others.
Once upon a time, there was a small village in Baghdad. Its population was very small. In this village everybody knew each other and knew every little or big problems that went on in the village. In this small village there was a bakery that was popular for its delicious bread.
One day a poor old man was walking in the street passing the bakery and he stopped to smell the scent of the bread which was spreading out of the bakery.
Suddenly, the baker caught the old man and shouted at him demanding the price of bread's scent. He almost drag him to the police.
A very famous wise man named Juhha heard the baker shouting. So he went to him and asked about the problem. Juhha stood calmly listening to the baker and he thought for a solution.
After a few minutes Juhha's eyes glistened and an amused smile was on his face. He asked the baker 'How much money do you want?'. The baker and poor man were astonished, but the baker answered '3 dinars'. Juhha took the money out of his wallet and put it in his pocket and shook the money. 'Did you hear the sound of the money?' Juhha asked. 'Yes, I did', the baker replied, and with big smile Juhha said 'Well then, this is the price of your bread's scent!'
- A. The baker.C. The old poor man.
- A. He wanted to hear the sound of the old man money.C. He shouted his problem to the old man.
- ' ....., which was popular for its delicious bread' (paragraph 1)A. SourC. Bitter
- A. We must help poor people.C. We should pay nothing for things we use.D. We shouldn't ask other to pay for what they don't get.
Jellyfish are not really fish. They are invertebrate animals. This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. In fact, they have no bones at all.
Jellyfish have stomachs and mouths, but no heads. They have nervous systems for sensing the world around them, but no brains. They are made almost entirely of water, which is why you can look through them.
Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light. The light is made by a chemical reaction inside the jellyfish. Scientists believe jellyfish glow for several reasons. For example, they may glow to scare away predators or to attract animals they like to eat.
Most jellyfish live in salt water, apart from a few types that live in fresh water. Jellyfish are found in oceans and seas all over the world. They live in warm, tropical seas and in icy waters near the North and South poles. -
- A. White blood.C. Chemical reaction.
- A. they belong to invertebrate animalsC. their brain helps them find the food
- A. Jellyfish.C. All invertebrate animals.
- 'Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light.' ( paragraph 3 )A. moveC. appear
For questions 43 to 45 choose the correct words to complete the text.
My wife and 1. were in Caribean cruise ... (43) vacation. It was a wonderful time exploring the unknown. We went beneath the sea and ... (44) the fish up close. They were so various in sea of world ... (45) and color.
- A. seeC. seen
- B. scentD. taste
The following text is for questions number 46 to 48.
Most crabs have a (46) ... shell to protect their bodies. The hermit crab has a soft body and no shell of its own. In order to (47) ... itself, it will find an empty mollusc shell and squeeze inside (48) ... Then with only its logs and head sticking old, it will walk around the sea-bed searching for food.
- B. softD. hard
- A. closeC. protect
- B. insufficientlyD. slightly
- Arrange the following words into a good sentence.Poor - ashamed - his - was - of - because - Malin Kundang - mother
- Arrange the following sentences into a meaningful.
- He was very disappointed.
- He arrived at six and checked up his engine.
- At first he led the race, but it was not long.
- Suddenly another car hit his car from the right side.