Minggu, 22 Maret 2020



The following text is for questions 1 to 3.

Approaching the summer holiday 2019, Bintang Prestasi secondary school is organizing “Youth Summer Camp”
We invite all students to this program.
When               : 3-10 June 2019
Place                : Bumi Perkemahan Cibubur
Programs         : Outdoor games, sports, camping

Should you interested in joining this program, please register yourself to Mr. Surya Priatna
*you should present your parents’ concern when register

1.      What is the announcement about?
A.       School’s invitation                       C. Summer holiday
B.        School’s registration                    D. Summer camp

     2.         What should students do if they want to join the program?
            A.          Confirm the invitation                 C. Go to Bumi Perkemahan Cibubur
            B.           Ask parents’ permission             D. Practice some sports

    3.         We know from the announcement that the program … from one week.
             A.          survives                          C. changes
             B.           lasts                                D. starts

The following text is for questions 4 to 5

4.    The text aim is to … Doublicious.
A. persuade the readers to buy
B.  inform the benefit of consuming
C.  describe the ingredient which compose
D. tell the readers how to get the product of

             5.      The word “Savory” in the text is closest in the meaning to ….
            A. acid                             C. bitter
            B.  sour                             D. tasty

The following text is for questions 6 and 7

6. How much sodium does the product contain per 100 g?
A.       45 mg
B.        148 mg
C.        565 mg
D.       709 mg

7.   Ingredients: sugar, cashew, milk solids…etc.”
     The underlined word means: …. Needed to make something.

A.       The steps
B.        The goals
C.        The materials
D.       The methods

The following text is for questions 8 to 10.

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) — Astronomer and Scientist. Galileo developed a superior telescope and made many significant discoveries in astronomy. He was sentenced to life imprisonment by the inquisition for his support for the Copernican theory that the sun was at the centre of the solar system.

Galileo was born in Florence, Italy in 1564 to a poor but noble family His parents recognized their child’s innate intelligence and talents and so made sacrifices to have him educated. At his father’s insistence, Galileo studied the profitable career of medicine. But, at the University of Pisa, Galileo became fascinated in a wide range of subjects. He was also critical of many of Aristotle’s teaching which had dominated education for the past 2,000 years.

Galileo was appointed to be a mathematics professor at the University of Pisa, but his strident criticisms of Aristotle left him isolated among his contemporaries. After three years of persecution, he resigned and went to the University of Padua, where he taught math. His entertaining lectures attracted a large following and he was able to spend the next 18 years pursuing his interests in astronomy and mechanics.

8.      Something that we can learn from Galileo Galilei’s biography is …
A. We must always believe whatever the society believes to avoid getting persecuted.
B. We must never go against the believe of the society to avoid getting imprisoned.
C. We should believe in something and stay faithful to it no matter how hard
D. We must sacrifice everything to get ourselves educated.

9.      From the fact that Galileo Galilei was imprisoned for supporting the Copernican theory, which later was proven to be true, we know that Galileo Galilei was …
A. stubborn                             C. arrogant
B tenacious                             D. foolish

10.      “His parents recognized their child’s innate intelligence and talents and so made sacrifices to have him educated.” (Paragraph 2). The underlined word “innate” is closest in meaning to …
A. acquired                             C. multiple
B. ingenious                            D. inborn

The following text is for questions no.  11 to 12.

Tsunami is a Japanese word for sea wave generated by an undersea earthquake, landslide, or eruption.
            Most Tsunamis happen along the River of Fire. It is a zone of volcanoes and seismic activity. The zone encircles the Pacific Ocean.
            Historically, Tsunamis have caused much destruction and death. Since 1819, about 40 Tsunamis have struck the Hawaiian Islands and since 1883, about 20 Tsunamis have struck Indonesia. The last one was on December 26, 2004, which caused over 100,000 deaths
            A Tsunami can have a width of 100 to 200 km and may spread far across the deep ocean. The speed is as fast as a jet plane. When the wave reaches land it can be very high, about 15 m or more.
                                               Adapted from Microsoft ® Encarta ® Encyclopedia 2002