Choose the correct answer!
The following text is for questions number 1 to 3.
A quick and easy cheese cake recipe
1. How many person is the cake for?
2. The goal of the text is to tell about?
a. How to beat a cream cheese
b. how to blend sugar and vanilla
c. how to bake chocolate cheese and cake
d. how make chocolate cheese cake
e. how to make mini sweet chocolate chips
3. The text is called a/an . . . . .
For question number 4
1. Sitting on a bike, make sure you know where the bikes are and how to operate them.
2. You have to learn to balance the bike. Find a person who can hold your bike behind you and try to go steady as you pedal it.
3. Finally, you have to practice. Once you can balance, pedal, start, and stop, you are bicycle rider. Congratulation!
4. As you gain experience, raise the seat up so that only your toes can touch the ground while you are seated.
5. When you are ready, ride alone. But first, lower the seat until you can sit and put both feet flat on the ground.
6. After practicing for a couple minutes, the person can release his or her hands while you try to keep your balance.
4. Arrange these sentences into a good order
a. 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6
b. 1 – 2 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 3
c. 1 – 2 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 3
d. 1 – 2 – 5 – 3 – 6 – 4
e. 1 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 5 – 3
For question number 5
1. You can make instant noodles with the help of a microwave.
2. Finally, add any items that you want and serve the noodles.
3. First, fill the bowl with two cups of water and the noodle.
4. Microwave it for about three to five minutes.
5. Then, take the noodles out of the microwave and pour the seasonings.
6. After the microwave beeps, wait for three minutes in the closed microwave.
7. Next, stir the noodles until the seasonings dissolve.
5. The best arrangement of the sentences above is…
The following text is for questions number 6 to 10.
Ladies and Gentlemen, in case of
emergency, take the life jacket which is located under your seat.
6. Where is the life jacket located?
a. Over the head
b. Around the waist
c. Outsite the aircraft
d. In the back of the seat.
e. Under the seat
7. What can interfere the navigatioanl system…
b. The life jacket
c. Mobile phones
d. The attached light
e. Tapes around the waist
8. What is the meaning of “attention” in paragraph 3?
9. My Mother fixed the car yesterday. The passive voice is…
a. My mother was fixed the car yesterday
b. My mother was being fixed the car yesterday
c. The car was fix by my mother yesterday
d. The car was fixed by my mother yesterday
e. My father was fixed the car yesterday
10. He fixes the broken bikes every day
a. The broken bikes are fixed by him every day
b. The broken bikes are fixed by her every day
c. The broken bikes are fixed by he every day
d. The broken bikes are fixed by him
e. No one fixed the broken bikes
11. Janitor cleans the class room every day. The passive form of that sentence’s are…
a. The class room is cleaned by janitor every day
b. The class room is clean by janitor every day
c. The Janitor is cleaned the room every day
d. The room was clean by the janitor every day
e. Janitor cleans the class room
12. His first book ________ tomorrow morning.
a. Was launched
b. Will be launched
c. Is launched
e. Has been launched
13. In the 1970’s, this car ___________
a. Will be manufactured
b. Is manufactured
c. Was manufactured
d. Not be manufactured
e. When manufactured
14. Usep has taken an English course. Turn it to passive form..
a. English courses have taken by Usep
b. An English course has been taken by Usep
c. An English course taken by Usep
d. Usep has been taken an English course
e. Usep and friend has taken an English course
15. The students are using the computers now. Passive voice is..
a. The computers are used by them now
b. The computers were used by them now
c. The computers is being used by them now
d. The computers are used by they now
e. The computers are being used by the students now
Question for number 16-18
Faraday studied the magnetic field around a conductor carrying a DC electric current. While conducting these studies, Faraday established the basis for the electromagnetic field concept in physics, subsequently enlarged upon by James Maxwell. He similarly discovered electromagnetic induction, diamagnetism, and laws of electrolysis. He established that magnetism could affect rays of light and that there was an underlying relationship between the two phenomena. His inventions of electromagnetic rotary devices formed the foundation of electric motor technology, and it was largely due to his efforts that electricity became viable for use in technology.
As a chemist, Michael Faraday discovered benzene, investigated the clathrate hydrate of chlorine, invented an early form of the Bunsen burner and the system of oxidation numbers, and popularized terminology such as anode, cathode, electrode, and ion.
Although Faraday received little formal education and knew little of higher mathematics, such as calculus, he was one of the most influential scientists in history. Historians of science refer to him as the best experimentalist in the history of science. The SI unit of capacitance, the farad, is named after him, as is the Faraday constant, the charge on a mole of electrons (about 96,485 coulombs). Faraday’s law of induction states that magnetic flux changing in time creates a proportional electromotive force.
Faraday was the first and foremost Fullerian Professor of Chemistry at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, a position to which he was appointed for life.
Albert Einstein kept a photograph of Faraday on his study wall alongside pictures of Isaac Newton and James Clerk Maxwell.
Faraday was highly religious. He was a member of the Sandemanian Church, a Christian sect founded in 1730 that demanded total faith and commitment. Biographers have noted that a strong sense of the unity of God and nature pervaded Faraday’s life and work
16.What was Michael Faraday expert?
a. science, history and religion
b. chemistry, electricity and calculus
c. electronic, technology and religion
d. chemistry, physic and mathematics
e. physic, technology and photography
17.Which of the following statements closely relates to Michael Faraday?
a. Michael Faraday dedicated his life in science and religion
b. Michael Faraday was downhearted his life in science
c. Michael Faraday concentrated his life in technology
d. Michael Faraday was one of successful scientists
e. Michael Faraday poured his science in technology
18.Based on the first paragraph, we conclude that ….
a. Faraday and James found the similar electromagnetic
b. Faraday found the electromagnetic induction
c. James discovered a DC electric current
d. James invented the motor technology
e. Faraday found the motor technology
Question for number 19-22
Keith campbell, a prominent biologist who worked on cloning Dolly the sheep, died at 58, the University of Nottingham said Thursday. Campbell, who worked on animal improvement and cloning since 1999, died october 5, 2012, University spokesman Tim Utton said. He did not specify the cause, only saying that Campbell had worked at the university until his death.
He began researching animal cloning at the Roslin Institute near Edinburgh in 1991. In 1996 the experiments led to the birth of Dolly the sheep, the first mammal to be cloned from an adult cell. The sheep was named after the voluptuous singer Dolly Parton. Researchers at the time said that the sheep was created from a mammary gland cell, and that Parton offered an excellent example.
The creation of the sheep captured the public imagination and instanly become a scientific sensation. The experiments drew not only admiration but also anger from some who raised question about the ethnics of cloning. Animal rights activists were outraged, while the cruch of England expressed reservations. Dolly was put down in 2003 after she develoved a lung disease. Campbell’s interest in cellular growth dated back to his college days studying microbiology in London.
19. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text?
a. Campbell never felt leaving for the university
b. Campbell stopped working because of his sickness
c. Campbell focused his research dealing with humans
d. Campbell started researching animal using cloning as his experiments
e. Campbell focused his research not only on the animal experiments
20. Why did the experiments not draw admiration perfectly?
a. Animal right activists were outraged
b. The public imagination became a scientific sensation
c. Some people felt dissatisfied with the experiment result
d. Some people were angry from their question about the ethnict of cloning
e. The experiments did not show the representative result of the cloning ethics
21. Why was the sheep named after Dolly Parton?
a. The researcher admired her
b. She was a voluptuous singer
c. She was a very popular singer
d. The mammary gland cell was taken from her
e. She was the one who inspired the researcher.
22. If I … my assignment tonight, I will go to Mall with my friends
c. would finish
d. had finished
e. is finished
23. If you cook vegetables for long time, they … their nutrients
c. had lose
d. would lose
e. had been lose
24. I would never lend to you if I … before
d. had known
e. have knew
25. If we … earlier, we would have reached school
a. wake up
b. woke up
c. woken up
d. had woken up
e. has woken
26. Dinda would buy tens luxury houses if she … the lottery
d. Had won
27. If the Sun rises on the west, the world …
d. will end
e. would end
28. If today is your birthday, I … you present.
c. will give
d. would give
e. had give
29. If Rafli gets score more than 90, his mom … PS 4 for him
c. will buy
d. would buy
e. have buy
30. If my brother … hard, he would have passed the exam well
b. had study
c. had studied
d. have studied
e. has studied