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The Goose that Laid Golden Eggs
Once up on a time, there lived a happy family in a village. A man and his wife lived happily on a little farm, tending their flock of geese and selling their eggs at the market. They were not rich, but they were happy with their life together.
Then one day a new goose flew in among their flock. The couple was surprised to find a shiny golden egg in her nest. Each and every day after that, the goose laid another egg of solid gold.
The couple was soon richer than they had ever dreamed of, but they were not happy. They grew impatient with only one golden egg a day. The farmer said to his wife, “Our goose must be full of gold. Why should we wait to have more eggs?”
“If he cut her open,” his wife agreed, ”We can get all the eggs at once .” So they killed the goose! They were very surprise to find that it was just like any other goose inside. Even worse, there would never be any more golden eggs!
1. How many golden eggs did the couple get each day?
a. 1 c. 3
b. 2 d. 4
2. How did the couple relieve their impatience?
a. by killing the goose.
b. By selling the eggs at the market.
c. By tending their flock of geese.
d. By selling the new goose.
3. What moral value can we learn from the story?
a. We must be patient, now be greedy to get richer.
b. We must b honest to get success.
c. We should stand on our own feet.
d. We should know our limitation.
Text 2 (is for number 4 to 6 )
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Self contained, lightweight, portable spot removal system. Minuteman’s Gotcha is designed for spot removal and carpet maintenance operations that require good skill, efficiency, power and hassle-free, one person operation.
4. What is the advertisement about ?
a. Minuteman carpet.
b. carpet machines.
c. Multi purpose carpet.
d. Excellent Meets clean.
5. Which statement is TRUE based on the text?
a. only one person my operate the machine
b. the machine clean the power of the person.
c. it can be operated by one person easily
d. it’s hard for one person to empower the machine
6. ” ……………and carpet maintenance operations that require good skill, ….
The underlined word can be best replace by….
a. take c. need
b. have d. make
Text 3 (is for number 7 to 9)
Dinosaurs were a type of lizards. They lived from about 230 million to about 65 million years ago. In 1842, Sir Richard Owen created the word Dinosaurs. It came from greek words deinos, meaning “terrible”. Dinosaurs lived on earth for about 140 million years.
During the Dinosaurian era, the days were short. The sun was not as hot as it is today. On earth there was only one big continent and one big ocean. The name of the continent was pangea (all lands) and the name of the ocean was panthallassa (all seas).
There were many kinds of dinosaurs. Some of them were very big and some of them were small. Some dinosaurs ate leaves and some others ate meat. Some dinosaurs
could fly.
What happened to Dinosaurs? Dinosaurs became extinct because there was a large comet hitting the earth. The comet caused fire and it killed the trees. Dinosaurs could not eat because there were no tress on earth and finally they died and became extinct.
7. What were the days like during the dinosaurian era?
a. short c. warm
b. cold d. long
8. What is the main idea of paragraph 3 ?
a. Many dinosaurs were small in from.
b. Some Dinosaurs could fly in the sky.
c. there were many kinds of Dinosaurs.
d. Dinosaurs ate leaves and meat.
9. The writer wrote the text …..
a. to describe what the Dinosaurs look like.
b. to inform people about dinosaurs and their lives.
c. to show the steps how to measure Dinosaurs.
d. to amuse people by showing the dinosaurs power.
Read the following text and answer question for number10-11.
This character’s name is Puck-Wudgie.…..(10)….has a fat head, big bulgy eyes
With along eyelashes, a pig-like nose, and a wide mouth with a big silly grin. On its enormous ears it …..(11)…..log dangling earrings with frills. Its hair and neck are long. It has a round stomach with a small belly button, not the big one, four stubby arms and two stubby legs. It loves to dance all night to punk music.
10. a. they c. it
b its d. their
11. a. having c. had
b. has d. have
Text 5 (is for number 12 to 14 )
The Island of Wingo
The island of Wingo is by the island of Singa. In the water around Wingo island, there are hundreds of sharks. They are so many that the water bubbles like a whirlpool. People can only get to wingo island by boat. The boat has a rocket on it. The rocket takes people over the sharks and onto the island.
Wingo island has no sand but is has green moss. At night the moss sparkles like star. Tall trees called fruji grow everywere. The fruji trees have purple leaves at the top and yellow fruit all over them. When a fruit fall off, another tree grows in a minute.
The weather on Wingo island is very hot but at twelve o’clock, everyday, it rains. sometimes, there are windstorms. They happen when too many animals fly around and at the same time.
People who stay on Wingo island sleep in a big-gloo. It is like in a igloo but it is an long poles. The big-gloo has a moss bed, chairs and tables that are made of fruji trees.
There is no television on Wingo island, neither are the telephone and computer. It is a place to listen to leaves whispering. It is a place to lie on spot green moss and look at the clouds. It is really a place to dream.
12. What is the text about? It’s about….
a. a lake c. a continent
b. a river d. an island.
13. What is the purpose of the text? It is…..
a. to amuse the readers c. to entertain the readers
b. to tell past even d. to describe Wingo island
14. Wingo island is a place to dream this means that the island is …..
a. noisy c. beautiful
b. dirty d. full of moss
Read the following text to answer questions 15 to 19
Last week we went on a trip to see a waterfall. We left from school at seven thrity in the morning. We arrived on the waterfall site at nine o’clock. It was a nice place, especially the waterfall. It’s so high, more than 100 metres. The air was so fresh, and the water from up was so clear and cool. Some of us played with water, and the other just watched the scenery. At noon, we had lunch together. We were really happy.
15. What is the purpose of the text?
a. To describe something. c. To retell past events
b. To give a report. d. to tell how to make something
16. What time did they leave from school?
a. 7. 30 a.m c. 9.00 a.m
b. 7.30 p.m d. 9.00 p.m
17. How was the air?
a. it was cool c. it was fresh.
b. it was hot. d. it was clear.
18. Here are some children’s activities in the waterfall site except …….
a. played with water c. had breakfast together
b. watched the scenery d. had lunch together
19. Which of the following underlined words has incorrect spelling?
a. The man’s face showed that he was displeased .
b. it is impossible for parents to shield their children from every danger.
c. The man walked briskly to keep warm on the very cold night.
d. The little boy had a long day the was feeling tyred
Read the text and answer questions 20 to 22
The Wolf and The stork
A long, long time ago, the wolf asked the stork to come to his house to eat. When the stork arrived at the wolf’s house, the wolf put two bowls of soup on the table. The wolf ate his bowl of soup so quickly. When he finished, he asked the stork, “Did you like my soup?” but the stork was angry because he couldn’t eat the soup. His beak was to long. When the stork went home, he was still hungry. The wolf laughed and laughed.
20. What is story about?
a. The stork and the wolf c. The stork and the bowls
b. The wolf and the mouse d. The wolf and the tiger
21. Where did the story happen?
a. At home c. In the stork’s house
b. In the jungle d. In the wolf house
22. When the stork arrived at the wolf’s house, the wolf ….
a. put two bowls of soup on the floor
b. made a bowl of soup on the table
c. was having two of soup
d. put two bowls of soup on the table
Read the text and answer the questions no.23 to 25
If you are interested in making recycled paper, here’s how to do it.
What you need : blender, screen, wooden plank/board, plastic container, scraper, shredded used paper (same color and type), paper glue (white color), water.
Steps :
Soak the shredded paper in the water for about 3 hours.
Blend the soaked paper into pulp.
Add water and glue at the following ratio : 15 it water : 3 it of pulp : 1 spoonful of glue. Pour the mixture into a plastic container.
Dip the screen into the mixture.
Gently, raise the screen with a layer of the mixture.
Place the screen with the mixture it in on the board/ plank.
Scrape the back of the screen to reduce water content in he mixture.
Remove the screen from the mixture on the plank/board.
Leave the mixture to dry in the air.
23. What do we do first if we want to make pulp?
a. Mix the shredded paper with 15 it of water and 1 spoonful of glue
b. Soak the shredded paper in water for about 3
c. Dip the shredded paper into water.
d. Pour the shredded paper into plastic container.
24. If we use 6 it of pulp, and 2 spoonful of glue, how much water do we need to make a good mixture?
a. 60 It b. 30 It
c. 45 It d. 15 It
25. “Soak the shredded paper in water for about 3 hours”.
The underlined word mean ….
1. put into water until completely wet
2. put into liquid in a short time
3. take out from the water quickly
4. raise from the water gently
Read the text 6 and answer the questions No. 26 to 31
As today, information has important for people in the past. They could spread news even though there was not printing machine, radio and TV transmitter like today.
Printing machines were invented in 1450. before that, news was spread verbally or in written letters. In the past people of Rome had a good way for circulating written news. Their first written news was called Acta Diurna or daily events. It was posted by the government in the public places.
In the past the government of china produced a news sheet, called tipao. It was only circulated among court officials during the Han dynasty. At some point during the Tang dynasty, carved wooden blocks were used to print tipao. It was the first printed newspaper in history.
A newspaper with a regular schedule was first published in Venice, Italy, in the 16 th century. The newspaper was called avisi, or Gazzetes. It was published weekly and it reported news from other parts or Italy and Europe brought to Venice by traders. The first newspaper in England was published in 1621.
English newspapers were different from the other first newspapers. They were among the first in the world to use headlines to attract readers and pictures to illustrate stories. English newspapers also set new business standards. They hired reporters, printed advertisement, and paid young people to sell papers in the streets.
Newspaper has a long history. It will continue to be a good media to spread information.
26. The type of the text above is …
1.Narrative c. Report
2.Recount d. Description
27. What part of text is the last paragraph?
a. Description c. Reorientation
b. Resolution d. Coda
28. The purpose of the text is …..
a. to amuse the readers c. to share in the readers
b. to retell past event d. to describe newspapers in the past
29. What is the text about ?
a. The people got information c. English newspapers in the past
b. the history of newspaper d. A good media to spread information
30. How did people of Rome spread the written news?
a. It was spread verbally c. It was posted
b. It very invented in 1450 d. It was sold in certain places
31. “Printing machines were invented in 1450” (par 2)
The synonym of the underlined word is ….
1.Made c. Looked after
2.built d. discovered
Read the text and answer the questions no.32 to 35
How to make a pencil Box
What you need :
* An empty plastic bottle of mineral water
* A sharp of cutter
* A piece of white or colourful paper
* Some paint
* Some glue
How to make it :
1. Was the plastic bottle. Make sure it is clean when you use it.
2. Cut the bottle into two halves.
3. Wrap the bottle with a piece of coloured paper.
4. If you use plain paper, use the paint to make a drawing on it.
5. Now your pencil box is ready to use.
32. The type of the text above …..
a. Description c. Procedure
b. Narrative d. Report
33. What is the goal of the text …
a. Cutting the bottle into two halves c. Now your pencil box is ready to use
b. All the materials d. How to make a pencil box
34. Which is not the materials?
a. A sharp cutter c. Halves
b. Some glue d. Some paint
35. If you use plain paper use the paint to make a drawing on it …..
a. Colourful c. Has no colour
b. Has no hill d. Average
Read the text and answer the questions no.36 to 41
Snakes are reptiles (cold-blooded creatures). They belong to the same group as lizard (the scaled group, squamata) but form a sub-group of their own (Serpentes).
Snakes have two legs but a long time ago they had claws to help them slither along.
Snakes are not slimy. They are covered in scales which are just bumps on the skin. Their skin is hard and glossy to reduce frinction as the snake slithers along the ground.
Snakes often sunbake on rocks in the warm weather. This is because snakes are cold-blooded and they need the sun’s warmth to heat their body up.
Most snakes live in the country. some types of snakes live in trees, some live in water, but most live on the ground in deserted rabbit burrows, in thick, long grass and in old logs.
A snake’s diet usually consist of frogs, lizards, and mice and other snakes.
The anaconda can eat small crocodiles and even wild boars.
Many snakes protect themselves with their fangs. Boa constrictors can give you a bear hug which is so powerful it can crush every single bone in your body. Some snakes are protected by scaring their enemies away like the cobra. The Flaying snakes Glides away from danger. Their ribs spread apart and the skin stretches out. Its technique is just like the sugar glider’s.
36. The type of the text is …
a. Description c. Narrative
b. Report d. Recount
37. The social function of the text is ….
a. To describe the way the snakes are
b. To describe particular snake
c. To share with readers
d. To tell about snakes in general
38. The anaconda feed on ……
a. Crocodiles and frog c. Lizards and wild boars
b. Crocodiles and wild boars d. Frogs and other snakes
39. Most snakes live ….
a. In trees c. the ground
b. In water d. old logs
40. The second paragraph tells us about …
a. The behaviour of snakes c. The general classification of snakes
b. The appearance of snakes d. The type of snakes
41. The writer mostly uses …
a. Simple Present Tense c. Present Continues Tense
b. Simple Past Tense d. Present Perfect Tense
Read the text and answer the questions no.42 to 46
The National Monument
The National Monument is located at the centre of Merdeka Square. The square is situated between the old and the new past of Jakarta. The Monument was built in 1961 to commemorate Indonesia’s fight for independence from Dutch. The Monument is 137 metres high and has 35 kilograms of gold leaf represents the flame of freedom.
Visitors can ride in the elevator to judt below the flame (115-metre high). From here you can see most of downtown Jakarta. You can look down on noisy Merdeka Square (on squares kilometer), one the largest squares in the world. You can also visit the museum at the bottom of the monument. Here, you can see dioramas showing Indonesia’s history.
42. The type of the next is ….
a. Report c. Recount
b. Narrative d. Description
43. How tall is the National Monument ?
a. 1961 metres c. 137 metres
b. 35 metres d. 115 metres
44. Where is the National Monument exactly located?
a. At the Center of Merdeka Square
b. Between the old and the new part of Jakarta
c. On Jalan Merdeka
d. Downtown of Jakarta
45. “The square is situated ….”
The synonym of the underlined word is ….
1.Provided c. known
2.Placed d. got
46. What is 35 Kilogram weight ?
a. Gold leaf c. The Square
b. The National monument d. Flame of freedom
13/53 Alice St
Dear Grandpa and Grandma,
Yesterday at my school we had International Day. We had performances, food stalls, displays, raffle ticket draw and some of us were dressed in costumers.
We started our day off with performances but the one I liked best was the one from fourth grade. It was about games. The performances I was in was called labamba.
Straight after our performances we had our lunch. There were food stalls. They came from Australia, Asian, Arabic and Greece.
Everyone had a job. These people were from sixth grade. I did my job after I had lunch. My job was to sell International day books.
We had displays in the hall, these displays were good but I didn’t get to see them. The displays came from a lot of countries.
There was also a trash and treasure stall were they sell toys. The school got these things by asking the children to bring them in.
After lunch we had a raffle ticket draw. I didn’t win anything but a lot of people did.
Although I didn’t win anything, International Day was still fun.
Love from Huy
47. The type of the text above is …
a. Recount c. Description
b. Report d. Narrative
48.The purpose of the text is …
a. To inform the readers c. To amuse the readers
b. To share with readers d. To tell about past event
49. “Dear Grandma and Grandpa” This Part of letter is called …
a. Greeting c. Salutation
b. Content d. Address
50.Who is the sender of the letter?
a. huy c. grandparent
b. grandpa d. grandma

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