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BREAD

Almost everyone eats bread daily, especially for breakfast. Bread making is not a complicated task. You must have an oven, water, sugar, salt, flour, and yeast. The basic ingredient is flour comes from wheat. There are two kinds of flour, which is the soft, and the hard one.

Hard flour, made by winter wheat, is better choice for making bread. Bread using hard flour produces better texture and taste. Luke warm water is added to the flour to make dough.

Yeast is a microscopic organism. The size may not be impressive but it is capable of producing carbon dioxide. It is also easy to use. Powered yeast needs only be dissolved in water to be used instantly. Yeast works best in the presence of sugar and warmth.

Besides, encouraging yeast to grow quickly in the dough, sugar is added to give flour to the bread. Salt is added for the same purpose, to make the bread taste nice. However, it has the reserve effect on yeast, unlike sugar. The next ingredient is oil; olive oil, corn oil, peanut oil and butter. It is essential for making the bread tender. After mixing with all these ingredients, the flour is hand beaten before sent to the oven.

 

  1. What is the communicative purpose of the above text?
  1. The process of making a proper bread
  2. How to select correct wheat
  3. Tells us the important of bread
  4. To tell us how easy to make bread
  5. To tell us why bread is served as breakfast

 

  1. What is the kind of this text?
  1. Narrative text
  2. Report text
  3. Discussion
  4. Explanation text
  5. Review text

 

  1. Which of these statement is true?
  1. Hot water is added to the flour to make dough
  2. Yeast is very impressive in size
  3. Yeast work worse in the presence of sugar and warmth
  4. Yeast is a microscopic organism
  5. Bread using soft flour makes better texture and taste

 

  1. What does powered yeast refer to?
  1. Yeast that is capable of producing carbon dioxide
  2. Yeast is the microscopic organism
  3. Yeast that can be dissolved in water
  4. Yeast that cannot mix with sugar
  5. An organism that comes from wheat

 

  1. How many kinds of flour are there and what are they?
  1. There is one kind of flour
  2. There is only one kind of flour comes from wheat
  3. There are two kinds of flour and they are hard and soft flour
  4. There are many kinds of different flour
  5. There are good flour and bad flour

 

Dear editor,

 

We are writing to complain about ads on TV. There are so many ads, especially during our favorite programs. We think they should be stopped for a number of reason.

First, ads are nuisance. They go on for along time and there are so many. Sometimes there seems to be too many ads in one program.

Second, ads are a bad influence on people. They try to encourage people to buy unhealthy food like beer, soft drink, candy and chips. And they make people want things they do not really need and cannot afford. It can lead to consumerism.

Finally, the people who make ads have to much say in what programs people watch. That is because they want to pull all their ads on popular programs that a lot of people watch. Some programs that are not so popular get stopped because they do not attract enough ads, even though those programs may be someone’s favorite.

For those reasons, we think your TV station should be stop showing ads. They interrupt programs. They are a bad influence on people, and they are sometimes put a stop to people’s favorite shows. We are sick of ads, and now we mostly watch other channels.

Masarani S.W.

 

  1. What is the purpose of the writer writing this letter?
  1. To explain commercials on TV
  2. To tell the editor to complain TV programs
  3. To describe advertisement shows on TV
  4. To present point of view about ads on TV
  5. To persuade the editor to stop commercial on TV

 

  1. What do you call the type of this text?
  1. Discussion
  2. Explanation
  3. Descriptive
  4. Analytical exposition
  5. Hortatory exposition

 

 

 

  1. What is the recommendation given by the writer?
  1. The editor should show ads on TV
  2. Popular programs should have many ads
  3. Ads should be banned from TV programs
  4. Programs on TV should attract many ads
  5. Commercial on TV should encourage people to buy

 

  1. Which part of the text contains the advice of the writer to do something better?
  1. Issue
  2. Thesis
  3. Arguments
  4. Orientation
  5. Recommendation

 

Fish are animal that live in water

Fish have fins that help them to swim. Most fish have slimy skins covered with scales which are very small and can hardly be seen.

Fish breath through gills. These look like a comb and lie on each side of the head. Fish take in water all the time. The water flows in through the mouth, over the gills, and out the sides of the head. When a fish takes in the water, it is not drinking but breathing, and the gills absorb oxygen from water.

The body of a fish is made up of the head, the trunk, and the tail fins.

There are many different kinds of fish which have many different shapes and colors. Some fish are long and thin, while others are flat and rounded. Most fish have bodies which are broad at the trunk region and narrow toward the head and tail.

 

  1. What is the function of fins?
  1. For breathing
  2. For eating
  3. For drinking
  4. For swimming
  5. For absorbing

 

  1. These look like a comb and lie on each side of the head. These refers to _____
  1. skins
  2. fish
  3. fins
  4. gills
  5. trunk

 

  1. The text can be categorize into _____
  1. descriptive
  2. narrative
  3. report
  4. recount
  5. discussion

 

  1. How is the generic structure of the text above?
  1. general classification – description
  2. newsworthy event – background – source
  3. identification – description
  4. orientation – events – reorientation
  5. aim/goal – material – steps
  1. What is the purpose of the text?
  1. To amuse the readers
  2. To give information to the readers
  3. To retell past event
  4. To describe a particular thing
  5. To describe the things are

 

Well, one day the wind and the sun were disputing which was the stronger. Suddenly they saw a traveler coming down the road, and the sun said, “ I see a way to decide our dispute.” Whichever of us can cause that traveler to take off his cloak shall be regarded as the stronger. You begin, “So the sun retired behind the cloud, and the wind began to blow as hard as it could upon the traveler. But the harder he blew the more closely did the traveler wrap his cloak round him, till at last the wind help the give up in despair. Then the sun came out and shone in all his glory upon the traveler, who soon found it too hot to walk his cloak on. That’s the end of the story.

 

  1. What the suitable title of the text?
  1. The strongest and the weakest
  2. The traveler’s cloak
  3. The wind and the sun
  4. The sun and the cloak
  5. Blowing with the wind

 

  1. The word ‘disputing’ has the same meaning with …..
  1. arguing
  2. talking
  3. speaking
  4. asking
  5. answering
  1. Which statement is correct according to the text?
  1. The sun was strongest than the wind
  2. The wind was stronger than the sun
  3. The traveler took off his cloak
  4. The sun was as strong as the wind
  5. The cloud was the strongest

 

  1. The text can be categorize into _____
  1. descriptive
  2. narrative
  3. report
  4. recount
  5. discussion

 

Paris is the center of government, art, and fashion. It is French’s biggest city home to about sixth of the nation’s population. Its 2000 years long history means the buildings are mixture of old and new. Visitors come to see the Louvre Museum, the tomb of Napoleon, Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel tower and other famous sights.

A spectacular glass pyramid finished in 1989 in the entrance to the Louvre Museum. The Louvre, originally built as a fortress in about 1200 was expanded during the mid 1500s by King Francis I who wanted transform it into a palace. It is now full of houses besides it is as one of the world’s largest art collection.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. The purpose of the text is _____
  1. to describe how Paris is
  2. to inform some famous art
  3. to describe the way people live
  4. to give opinion of the art collection
  5. to amuse readers with a beautiful object

 

  1. When was the Louvre Museum renovated?
  1. In 1850s
  2. In about 2000s
  3. In the mid 1500s
  4. During the mid 1299s
  5. During Napoleon’ rule

 

  1. What did King Francis I plan to do with the Louvre Museum?
  1. He planned to transform it at all
  2. He planned to change it into a palace
  3. He wanted to build a new glass pyramid
  4. He wanted to renovate it to be a museum
  5. He wanted to rebuilt it into a famous museum

 

  1. A place for a dead body, dug in the ground especially used for a monument is a _____
  1. tomb
  2. tower
  3. fortress
  4. museum
  5. cathedral

 

  1. You can find a lot of _____ things in the museum.
  1. history
  2. historical
  3. historically
  4. historian
  5. historic

 

Floods occur when the water of the rivers, lakes, or streams overflow their banks and pour out onto the surrounding land. Floods are caused by many different things. Often heavy rainstorm that last for flat and can absorb the water, no flood will occur. If however, the land is hard and rocky, heavy rains cannot be absorbed. Where the banks are low, a river may overflow and there will be a flood.

In many part of the world, flood are caused by tropical storms called hurricanes or typhoons. They bring destructive wind of high speed, torrent of rain and floods. When the flood occurs, the destruction to the surrounding land can be severe. Whole villages and towns are sometimes swept away by water pouring swiftly over land. Railroad tracks and buckles are sprouted from their beds. Highways are wasted away.

 

  1. According to the text, what are floods usually caused?
  2. Water of lakes
  3. Water of river
  4. Water of stream
  5. Different things
  6. Heavy rainstorm that last for a brief time

 

 

 

  1. In which area do floods not occur?
  2. If the surrounding land is flat and can absorb the water
  3. Heavy rains can’s be absorb
  4. Where a river may overflow
  5. The land is hard and rocky
  6. Where the banks are low

 

  1. They bring destructive wind of high speed … (paragraph 2)

The word they refer to _____

  1. many parts of the world
  2. hurricanes or typhoons
  3. many parts
  4. floods
  5. storm

 

  1. What do hurricanes bring?
  2. Destructive wind of high speed
  3. Torrent of rain
  4. Floods
  5. a, b, c are true
  6. tropical storms

 

  1. Which one is not the true according to the text?
  2. Floods occur when water of rivers pour out on to the surrounding
  3. The land is hard and rocky, heavy rains can’t be absorb
  4. Floods are caused by many different things
  5. Hurricanes are the floods that caused by tropical storms
  6. If the surrounding land is flat and can absorb the water, floods will occur

 

Peter, John and Rose brought with them some tools to explore a cave in the cemetery. As they slowly walked deeper into the cave, it was getting darker and cooler inside. Rose was getting uneasy and asked Peter, “Why don’t you switch on your torch”. “Oh yeah” replied Peter.

When he switched on the torchlight they found a huge gray object appeared right in front of them. They were astonished and frightened. John went up and carefully examined the object he said, “It’s a stone casket”. “Why don’t we see what’s inside.” Everyone agreed.

Peter and John used crowbars to force open the stone cover while Rose, using all her might to push the cover to the side and suddenly it slipped and fall on the floor with a loud “BANG!”

All of them got a rude shock and took a few steps backward. The three of them slowly and quietly walked back to the casket. Peter who was holding the torch shone it against the internal of the casket. All of them nearly fell on the ground because a preserved corpse was found inside the casket. They saw plenty of jewelry and even exotic painting buried with the corpse.

While they were examined the contents, Rose felt a jolt on the ground and realized something was not right. She shouted, “SCRAM!” she was the first one to rush the exit followed by Peter. John was the last one and before he reached the exit, it was completely sealed by falling rock and was trapped.

What suddenly occurred was too much for John to handle and he said to himself that he was going to die there. He knelt down and solemnly prayed to the deceased that if he ever got out of the cave alive, he would keep this place secret, never returned to disturb it and promised to offer thanksgiving to the spirit.

After a while, he saw a glowworm flew out from the coffin towards the opposite direction of the blocked exit. About some distance away he saw some dim light coming from the end of the cave. He immediately removed some rocks and to his surprised it was another exit. The dim light was moonlight outside the cave.

He knelt again to thank the spirit.

(Taken from Creative English 3A)

 

  1. How many treasure seekers were there?
  1. There were two treasure seekers
  2. There were three treasure seekers
  3. There were four treasure seekers
  4. There were five treasure seekers
  5. There was one treasure seeker

 

  1. Which of the statement is not true?
  1. Everyone agreed to open the stone casket
  2. Rose remained in the cave
  3. Peter was holding the torch
  4. John was the last one to get out of the cave
  5. They see plenty of jewelry buried with the corps

 

  1. To show the dialogues of the explorers, the writers use …..
  1. Present time
  2. Past time
  3. Direct speech
  4. Indirect speech
  5. Direct object

 

  1. The organization of the text is …..
  1. General classification – description – conclusion
  2. General classification – description – orientation
  3. Orientation – description – conclusion
  4. Orientation – complication – reorientation
  5. Orientation – complication – resolution

 

  1. They were astonish and frightened (paragraph 2)

The word astonished has the same meaning with …..

  1. Frightened
  2. Surprised
  3. Examined
  4. Appeared
  5. Occurred

 

  1. She read the dictionary then she translated the sentence. The above sentence can be joined as follow _____
  2. When she read the dictionary, she translated the sentence
  3. She would read the dictionary if she translated the sentence
  4. She had read the dictionary before she translated the sentence
  5. She read the dictionary after she translated the sentence
  6. While she has translating the sentence she read the dictionary

 

  1. By the end of the vacation, she _____ here for two weeks.
  2. will stay
  3. will have been stay
  4. is staying
  5. will be staying
  6. has been staying

 

  1. Ridwan : I’m going to Hide Park to hear the

people making speeches.

David    : You’ll be late. By the time you get

there, they ______ their speeches.

  1. finish
  2. have finished
  3. will finish
  4. will have finished
  5. are finishing

 

  1. Most scientific books _____ in English
  1. are printing
  2. are printed
  3. have printed
  4. will print
  5. will have been printing

 

  1. No body can wash this dirty shirt

The correct passive form of this sentence is _____

  1. This dirty shirt can not be washed
  2. This dirty shirt could not have been washed
  3. This dirty shirt was washed by nobody
  4. This dirty shirt can not be washing
  5. This dirty shirt can not washed

 

  1. My younger brother thinks that everybody can became an astronout. He often ask himself. What_____if I were an astronout.
  2. do I do
  3. will I do
  4. would I do
  5. am I doing
  6. am I going to do

 

  1. If Tom had known she were here, he would have come to see her. It means, Tom _____ she was here.
  2. doesn’t know
  3. didn’t know
  4. hasn’t know
  5. hadn’t know
  6. wouldn’t have known

 

  1. I wish it were not raining now. It means­­­­ _____
  1. it is raining now
  2. it was not raining now
  3. I were not in the rain
  4. We don’t want the rain
  5. It is not raining now

 

  1. If only she _____ the problem.

It means : She didn’t know the problem _____

  1. know
  2. would know
  3. had known
  4. knew
  5. have known

 

  1. They act as if they _____ English perfecting.
  1. knew
  2. know
  3. known
  4. had known
  5. had knew

 

  1. I have the home work _____
  1. do
  2. did
  3. done
  4. does
  5. doing

 

  1. Yenni asked Dian to drive her to supermarket.

We can also say _____ to supermarket.

  1. Yenni drove Dian
  2. Yenni had Dian drive her
  3. Yenni has to drive Dian
  4. Dian had driven her
  5. Yenni had to drive Dian

 

  1. James : It’s very hot in this room _____

Hasan : All right

  1. Do you mind to close the door?
  2. Do you mind if I close the door?
  3. Can I see you open the door please?
  4. Would you come with me please?
  5. Could you open the door please?

 

  1. X : _____ I lost my temper last night

Y : Never mind. I understand

  1. I’m glad
  2. I’m dare say
  3. I don’t care
  4. Doesn’t agree at once
  5. Please forgive me

 

  1. Deni : Excuse me, do you think the bus

will leave on time?

Usi    : Yes, I am sure. It will.

The underlined utterance express _____

  1. certainty
  2. doubtful
  3. disappointed
  4. interest
  5. anger

 

  1. Toni : So what do you think if we go

camping next week.

Tono : It’s a good idea. That’s my

hobby.

From the dialogue we know that Tono _____

  1. Refuses Toni’s opinion
  2. Doesn’t like the idea
  3. Agrees to the plan
  4. Doesn’t agree at all
  5. Gives an opinion

 

 

  1. X : Oh Y, are you working here?

Y : Yes, I have been working here for

three weeks.

X : Oh! Really?

The underlined utterance express_____

  1. agreement
  2. surprise
  3. dislike
  4. regret
  5. wish

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