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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.
- What is the purpose of the writer writing this letter?
- To explain commercials on TV
- To tell the editor to complain TV programs
- To describe advertisement shows on TV
- To present point of view about ads on TV
- To persuade the editor to stop commercial on TV
- What do you call the type of this text?
- Analytical exposition
- Hortatory exposition
- What is the recommendation given by the writer?
- The editor should show ads on TV
- Popular programs should have many ads
- Ads should be banned from TV programs
- Programs on TV should attract many ads
- Commercial on TV should encourage people to buy
- Which part of the text contains the advice of the writer to do something better?
At the Glendi Festival
Yesterday I went to the Glendi Festival with nine other kids from my class to take part in the dancing and to have a good time. This festival is held in March each year in a big city park. At first, we went together to eat in one of the tents. We bought souvlakia, yiros, chips, roast corn on the cob and drinks. Everything was so tasty.
Afterward, we visited the school tent where we viewed the student projects from many school. Later, we gathered in front of a large stage. The announcer was calling the school teams one by one to dance Greek dances. Our turn came! We danced two dances, a kalamatiano and a hasapiko. The crowd gave us a great applause.
At the end of the day we were all tired but happy because we had a wonderful time.
- When was the festival done?
- In March annually
- In March once in a month
- In March every time
- In March every yesterday
- What did the author buy?
- Kalamatiano and a hasapiko, souvlakia, yiros, chips, roast corn on the cob and drinks
- Souvlakia, yiros, chips, roast corn on the cob and kalamatiano
- Souvlakia, yiros, chips, roast corn on the cob and hasapiko
- Hasapiko, roast corn on the cob and drinks
- Chips, roast corn on the cob, souvlakia, yiros, and drinks
- What’s the author’s feeling after the journey?
- At the end of the day we were all tired but happy because we had a wonderful time.
This sentence at the end of paragraph is called _____
- Which paragraph tells us the “event 2”?
- paragraph 1
- paragraph 2
- paragraph 3
- paragraph 4
- paragraph 2 and 3
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.
- The text can be categorize into _____
- How is the generic structure of the text above?
- general classification – description
- newsworthy event – background – source
- identification – description
- orientation – events – reorientation
- aim/goal – material – steps
- What is the purpose of the text?
- To amuse the readers
- To give information to the readers
- To retell past event
- To describe a particular thing
- To describe the things are
I personally think that English is the world’s most important language. Why do I say that?
Firstly, English is an international language. Many people all over the world, either as a first or second language, speak it.
Secondly, English is also the key to opens doors to scientific and technical knowledge that is needed for economic and politics development of many countries in the world.
Thirdly, English is a top requirement of those seeking jobs. Applicants who master either active or passive are more favorable than those who don’t.
From the facts about, it is obvious that everybody needs to learn English to greet the global era.
- The main idea of the text is _____
- English is international language
- English is the world’s most important language
- English is a top requirement of those seeking jobs
- English is learned by everybody to greet the global era
- English is the key to open the doors a scientific and technical knowledge
- How do you know that English is an international language?
- It is the most important language
- It is needed to greet the global era
- It is as second language in many countries
- It is spoken by many people all around the world
- It is needed for economic and politics development
- “ _____ that everybody needs to learns English to greet the global era.” (paragraph 5)
- to refuse
- to discuss
- to celebrate
- to welcome
- to memorialize
- The communicative purpose of the text is _____
- to describe English
- to retell the past event
- to give report to the people over the world
- to give information about the importance of English
- to persuade the reader about the important of English
- “ _____ than those who don’t (paragraph 4). Those refers to _____
- many people
- people with active English
- people who master English
- people with passive English
If you look at the front of a large, modern hospital, you may notice that there are two separate entrances. One is for patients in need of immediate treatment, it is the emergency entrance. Here ambulances are seen pulling up at any hour of the day or night. The other is the hospital main entrance.
In the ground floor inside main entrance there are a reception area, waiting room and also office. On the floors above an below are the numerous floors will be maternity section for mothers and their babies. Their rooms are usually kept separate from the rest of the hospital, so that the babies do not catch other people’s illness.
The rooms from other patients are usually on the higher floors. There are small rooms for just one patient, slightly larger rooms for two, three or four patients, and larger rooms called wards, in which as many as 40 or 50 patients may lie in rows of bed. On the other floors are the operating rooms, called operating theatres, and special department such as the radiography department, where x-rays are taken and developed.
In the laboratories, special test are carried out on body tissues and fluids to find out patient’s disease. The pharmacy supplies the drugs to treat patients. Near the operating theatres is the blood bank to store blood for transfusions. Here too are the sterilizing theatres and the ward which are cleaned and made free from germs.
- Where can you find the reception area in a modern hospital?
- On the ground floor
- On the floors above
- On the second floor
- Near the maternity section
- At the emergency entrance
- X-rays are taken and developed in the _____
- operating theatres
- emergency section
- maternity section
- radiography department
- The _____ are located on the same floor.
- laundry and the maternity section
- waiting room, the laboratory and the operating room
- radiography department
- the pharmacy
- the sterilizing theatres
- The main idea of the first paragraph is _____
- modern hospital
- operating theatres
- the rooms for patients
- the two kinds of entrances
- the location of departments
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.
- The purpose of the text is _____
- to describe how Paris is
- to inform some famous art
- to describe the way people live
- to give opinion of the art collection
- to amuse readers with a beautiful object
- When was the Louvre Museum renovated?
- In 1850s
- In about 2000s
- In the mid 1500s
- During the mid 1299s
- During Napoleon’ rule
- What did King Francis I plan to do with the Louvre Museum?
- He planned to transform it at all
- He planned to change it into a palace
- He wanted to build a new glass pyramid
- He wanted to renovate it to be a museum
- He wanted to rebuilt it into a famous museum
- A place for a dead body, dug in the ground especially used for a monument is a _____
- You can find a lot of _____ things in the museum.
Shipbuilder’s strike continues
Government takes action
The bitter strike over pay and redundancies has now lasted over 8 weeks. Shipbuilders have told their leader to ‘fight to the end’ to stop dockyard from closing and 2,000 of their men losing their jobs.
Sir Albert Pringle, chairman of British Shipbuilder, has asked Peter Arkwright, the president of the shipbuilder’s union to attend a meeting next Thursday.
Meanwhile, the government has ordered Sir Albert to give important naval contract to Japanese
- The purpose of the text _____
- To persuade readers to be careful with their employees
- To inform readers about a newsworthy event
- To share an amusing story with readers
- To describe a report
- To describe a strike in a company
- What is the text about _____
- Peter Arkward
- Sir Albert Pringle
- Shipbuilder’s strike
- British shipbuilders
- Shipbuilder’s union
- The strike happened because _____
- The strike had lasted over 8 weeks
- Workers wanted changes on pay and redundancies
- Sir Albert Pringle has attended a meeting on Thursday
- Sir Albert gave important naval contracts to Japanese
- The shipbuilders’ leaders fought to the end to stop dockyard from closing
- Who asked Peter Arkward to attend a meeting next Thursday?
- The strikers
- The Japanese
- The government
- The chairman of British Shipbuilders
- The president of shipbuilders Union
Reading Cobain’s Pain
Next month, late Nirvana front man Kurt Cobain’s life will once again become public property, courtesy of Riverhead Books. And true to Cobain form, ‘Journals’ –which Newsweek’s Lorraine Ali describe in last week’s U.S edition as ‘a collection of hand written diary entries, letters, band, memos, drawing, screeds and cries from the heart’ – won’t be released without controversy.
Riverhead had reportedly paid Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love, and his 10 years old daughter, Frances, roughly $4 million for ‘Journals”. As Ali writes, some fans ‘worry that it’s an invasion to be left alone’. Many would tend agree. But having read the book, Ali seems to acknowledge its value. “Journals can be raw and unsettling,” she writes. But, “The book also illuminates Cobain’s sweet, whimsical side” she continues. “These contradictions may enhance the way we listen to Nirvana.”
- The passage is mainly about …
- The contradiction between Cobain and Ali
- The publication of Kurt’s Cobain’s life
- Lorraine Ali’s life in Riverhead Books
- The 10 years old daughter’s problem
- Cobain’s widow’s suicide
- The main idea of the second paragraph is …
- Nirvana fans will be sweet
- The journals make the fans tragic
- Kurt Cobain’s life will become public property
- Ali’s book will be written by the widow of Cobain
- $ 4 million has been paid to Cobain’s widow and daughter
- All of these statements are true, except …
- Kurt Cobain’s life become public property
- Lorraine Ali wrote an article in Newsweek
- Riverhead paid Cobain and his daughter $ 4 million for ‘Journals’
- ‘Journals’ will be release with controversy
- ‘Journals’ illuminates Cobain’s sweet whimsical side
- “But having read the book, Ali seems to acknowledge its value.” (Paragraph 2)
The closest meaning of the underlined word is…
Lizards are reptiles. Snakes, alligators and crocodiles are also reptiles. There are more species of lizard than of any other reptile. Like snakes, lizards have dry, scaly skin. Most lizards are only a few centimeters long. The biggest lizard is the Komodo dragon. It can be up to 10 feet (3 meters) long.
Lizards have four legs and a long tail. Some lizards can run fast on their hind legs. Some lizards use their legs for swimming. Some lizards have claws on their toes for climbing trees. The gecko has toes that grab like suction cups. Gecko can climb up wall and walk across ceiling. The glass lizard and the slowworm have very short legs. These lizards look more like snakes that crawl on their bellies.
Most lizards live in warm places such as deserts and the tropics. The tropics are areas near the equator, the imaginary circle that runs Earth’s middle. Most lizards cannot live in cold places. Lizards are cold-blooded. They cannot make their own body heat. They must lie in the sun to warm up. The common lizard lives the farthest north of any lizard. It can live near the North Pole. Some lizards burrow into the ground. Some lizards live in trees. Other lizards live on or near water.
- These animals belong to lizards, except …
- Glass lizard
- The specification of lizard is …
- the wet skin
- no legs
- living in polar area
- cold blooded
- small in size
- It can be up to 10 feet (par.1)
The underlined word refer to …
- From the text we can conclude that …
- Lizards are different with reptiles
- Komodo is the bigger animals
- Lizards will be better in warm places
- Lizards cannot live in trees
- Sun has bad effect to lizards
- Some lizards can run fast on their hind
The bold word means …
In some countries, school uniform is normal and most schools make their students wear one. Most students in Britain, for example, use uniform to school. It is also required at almost all school in Japan. However, the question of whether children should wear a uniform to school always makes for a lively debate.
According to those who oppose the obligation to use school uniform, we all have a right to individuality to make personal choices and to express our personality. The right of free expression includes the way we choose to dress. Making everyone wear the same school uniform infringes on our rights. In addition, uniform often not practical or pleasant to wear. Designs are old-fashioned and ugly. For cheapness, uniform items are often made of poly cottons, which are hot in warm weather but don’t keep children properly warm in winter. Children in uncomfortable outfits are unlikely to learn much.
On the other hand, those who agree with making students use uniform argue that it helps to create a sense of belonging and a good ethos. Besides that, uniform is a social leveler.
- What is the topic of the whole text?
- The advantages of wearing school uniform
- The controversy of wearing school uniform
- Thinking what should be worn on each school day
- Whether the students have to choose their own clothes
- Making everyone have to wear the same school uniform
- “we all have a right to individuality” (par 2)
The underlined word is similar with …
- most suitable
- which is good
- contrasted with left
- contrasted with wrong
- proper authority or claim
- “Children in uncomfortable outfit are unlikely to learn much”
This sentence means that …
- children do not like to learn much
- it is not necessary for children to learn much
- children in uncomfortable outfit have a good chance to learn
- to learn much, children have to wear uncomfortable clothing
- it is impossible to learn much if their clothing are uncomfortable
- Why are uniforms items usually made of poly cottons?
- Because poly cotton is not expensive
- Due to the good and expensive design
- As it can be worn by all size of students
- Since poly cotton clothes keeps children warm in winter
- Because students don’t have time thinking what to wear
- Which of the following belongs to favorable opinion of wearing school uniform?
- Uniform is not practical to wear
- The uniform designs are often old fashioned
- Uniform makes all the children at school equal
- Uniforms worn by students fir no one really well
- Making all students wear the same clothes goes against the right
The government’s kerosene conversion policy is appropriate, as the country has become an oil importer in the last several years.
With this conversion, government’s expenditures and fuel reserves can be saved at the same time. Anyway, the use of around 10 million kiloliters of kerosene a year has burden the state budget. The reserves of this no-renewable fuel are also continuously depleted.
The government decision not totally withdraws kerosene from conversion areas before local communities fully accept the program is also correct. The supply of kerosene as temporary solution gives relief to middle and lower income people. So, the government should communicate the advantages of the conversion to the public in readily intelligible language. We should indeed learned from experience that various well-intentioned schemes for society have not been automatically welcomed
- What does the text tell you about?
- the government policy
- the government program
- the conversion of kerosene
- the low and middle income people
- the reserves of non-renewable fuel
- “The reserves of this non-renewable fuel are also continually depleted” (par2)
- Fossil fuel
- Oil reserves
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