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INSTRUCTION: CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER A, B, C, OR D ! ROAD WORK AHEAD 1. It means that … . A. the road is prohibited to be taken for people. B. you are allowed to do your work on the road. C. you must not take the road because people are working there. D. you must be careful because the road is under construction. A 2. It is meant...the damaged street ahead. A. to prohibit people to enter B. to advise people to construct C. to remind people not to walk along D. to tell people to be careful if
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   PAKETA/UCO2UN/BHS.INGGRIS/KOTAMGL/2012/ 1 | Page   INSTRUCTION: CHOOSE THE BEST ANSWER A, B, C, OR D ! 1. It means that … .  A. the road is prohibited to be taken for people.B. you are allowed to do your work on the road.C. you must not take the road because people are working there.D. you must be careful because the road is under construction.2. It is meant...the damaged street ahead.A. to prohibit people to enterB. to advise people to constructC. to remind people not to walk alongD. to tell people to be careful if they take The text below is for answering the questions number 3-5.The following text is for questions no. 3 to 5. 3. Tania congratulates John on his … .  A. sacrifice he had done on his workB. hard work he had made for the paymentC. final goal as the best employer in his companyD. success to be promoted in a higher level of his job4. From the text, we know that Tania is John‟s … .  A. siblingB. relativeC. partnerD. secretary   Dear John, All the hard work you have put, all the sacrifice you have made, has finally paid off.Congratulations on your success to be the director of Human Resource Development (HRD) of your company. I’m so proud of you, bro.God bless you, Tania  ROAD WORK AHEAD   A   PAKETA/UCO2UN/BHS.INGGRIS/KOTAMGL/2012/ 2 | Page   5. “Congratulations on your  success , … “.The bold typed word has the similar meaning with … .  A. achievementB. happinessC. failureD. prideThe text is for the questions number 6 -86. What is the purpose of the text?A. To make our school new activitiesB. To tell the students to joint the English CompetitionC. To ask Mr. Mahrizal to guide the English CompetitionD. To invite the committee to handle the English Competition7. Please guide us to do it .It refers to..... A. school aniversary B. English Competition C. story telling competition. D. debating activity.8. ”The English C ompetition ...” The underlined word means ...A. raceB. contestC. converenceD. performanceThe following text is for questions no. 9 and 10   To : Mr. Mahrizal MasriWe want to make our school anniversary be fun next month sowe plan to organize the English Competition ,please guide us todo it.The competitions are speech, story telling ,debate, and wallmagazine. Thank youThe committee   PAKETA/UCO2UN/BHS.INGGRIS/KOTAMGL/2012/ 3 | Page   9. What is the purpose of the text?A. To persuade someone to visit the new galleryB. To invite someone to join the party in town‟s gallery  C. To ask someone to come to gallery‟s open house party  D. To tell someone about the gallery‟s house warming party10. From the text, we know that the party will be held … .  A. in the afternoonB. within five hoursC. without food servingD. in the end of the year The next text is for the questions number 11  –  13 ! OSIS chairperson 11. What are the students going to do at Friday 16 th of March ? A. Informing school activities. B. Visiting some orphanages. C. Holding working assignment. D. Helebrating school anniversary. 12.   The school needs ….. days for school anniversary activities.   A. one C. threeB. two D. four 13.   The text is written to …   A. ask the students to join the school activities. B. persuade the students to be active at school. C. inform the students about school anniversary. D. order the students to registrate their performance.   Dear all students, of SMP Bina BangsaWe would like to inform you, that in order to celebrateour 25 th school anniversary, we would be having theSocial Day from Friday 16 th of March to Saturday the17 th of March 2012. It will be held for some activities. Atthe first day we will visit some orphanages in our city.The students will be divided into some teams. At thesecond day we will hold working assignment at ourschool environment and on Sunday we will celebrate our school anniversary by students‟ stage performance. For the students who wants to showtheir talents please registrate to Rini clas 8D.   PAKETA/UCO2UN/BHS.INGGRIS/KOTAMGL/2012/ 4 | Page   The text below is for the questions number 14  –  17 !The Merlion  (Malay:  Singa-Laut  ) is a mythical creature withthe head of alionand the body of afish,used as a mascot andnational personificationof Singapore.Its name combines mer meaning theseaand lion . The fish body represents Singapore's srcin as a fishing village when it was called Temasek  ,which means sea town inJavanese.The lion head represents Singapore's srcinal name  —    Singapura    —   meaning lion city or kota singa .The symbol was designed by Fraser Brunner, a member of the Souvenir Committee and curator  of theVan Kleef Aquarium,for thelogoof theSingapore Tourism Board(STB) in use from 26 March 1964 to 1997 [1]  and has been itstrademarkedsymbol since 20 July 1966. Although the STB changed their logo in 1997, the STB Act continues to protect the Merlion symbol. [2]  Approval must be received from STB before it can be used. The Merlion appears frequently onSTB-approvedsouvenirs. The merlion  —  a mythical creature with the body of a fish and the head of a lion  —  occurs in anumber of different artistic traditions. Lions with fishtails can be found on Indian murals atAjantaandMathura,and onEtruscan coinsof the Hellenistic period. Merlio ns, or ‗heraldic sea - lions‘, are an established element of Western heraldry, and have been used on the coat of arms of  the cities of PortsmouthandGreat Yarmouthin theUnited Kingdom;the City of Manila;and the East India Company.  14. The text tells us about ….   A. the srcin of the Merlion. B.   Singapore‟s famous icon.   C.   the country‟s famous icon   D. the Merlion, a mythical creature.15. The fish body represents the srcin of Singapore‟s …   A. lion city. B. sea lion. C. ways of life D. fishing village16. The main information of the last paragraph is about … A. the merlion in some artistics traditions. B. the element of Western heraldry C. the coat of arms of the cities. D. the different artistic traditions. 17.   ―…. member of the Souvenir Committee and curator of theVan Kleef Aquarium,  …‖ .( parg 2 ). The underlined word means a person who …  A.   make a statue of stone.B.   collect some artistic things.C.   raises some unique fishD.   is in charge of the museum.
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