1.   Fredy        : ”Hi Manda, would you mind coming to my birthday party next Sunday?”
Amanda  : “With pleasure. What time should I come ?”
Fredy         : ”08.00 P.M. is okay I think.”

The underlined sentence is used to ….
  1. express a request
  2. to ask permission
  3. invite someone
  4. express sympathy
  5. express a hope

2.       Father         : “Congratulation Sam, you get the first grade in your final semester test. I’m so proud of you.”
Sami          : “Is that right Dad?”

From the dialogue we know that the father expresses his … toward Sami.
  1. pride
  2. hope
  3. pleasure
  4. surprised
  5. gratitude

3.       Rachmat : ”Why do you come late? We’ve been waiting for you very long time.”
Eka              : ”Sorry, my mother got accident. She was badly injured.”
Rachmat    : ” …..”

The most suitable expression to complete the dialogue is …..
  1. wow, how could it happen?
  2. I don’t think it before.
  3. I can’t imagine.
  4. I’m very surprised to hear that.
  5. I’m very sorry to hear that.

4.       Robin       : “By the way, how did the accident happen?”
       Rachmat  :”I don’t know exactly. But some people said that my mother … when a car hit her.”

A.    was crossing
B.    crossed
C.    is crossing
D.    has crossed
E.    crosses

5.       Mr. Burhan : ”What do you think about our trip today?”
Mrs. Burhan : ”Yeah, I think it’s a sensational trip.”

The underlined sentence expresses that Mrs. Burhan feels... with the trip.
  1. disappointed
  2. satisfied
  3. bored
  4. proud
  5. sorry

6.       Ilham  : Hi, Rara. I want you to introduce my cousin Tia.
  Rara  : Oh, Hi Tia. Nice to see you?
   Tia    :    Me too. Ilham often tells me about you
      From the conversation we may conclude that Rara and Tia ….
A.      do not know Ilham well
B.      used to see
C.     are close friend
D.     have never met before
E.      are relatives

7. Bobby            : Morning, sir ….
    Mr. Andrew  : No, thanks.
       A. What can I do for you?
       B. do you need some helps?
       C. Can you help me, please?
       D. Would you help me with this bag?
       E. Could you carry my luggage?

8.  A man              : Do you mind if I smoke in this room?
      A receptionist : …There are many children here.
       A. No objection
       B. That would be very nice
       C. I’d rather you didn’t
       D. Here you are
       E. Never mind

9.   Eni      : I think that all people can paint.
      Rudi   : …but only those who are talented can create good paintings
A.  I don’t think so
B.  I am not sure
C.  I’m not a painter
D.  I don’t agree
E.  I think that’s true

10. Ina        : Tiah and her friends will spend their holidays at Pangandaran
      Nia        : Kevin, what did Ina tell you ?
      Kevin   : Ina told me that Tiah and her friends…their holidays at Pangandaran
A.  spent
B.  had spent
C.  will spend
D.  would spend
E.  will have spent

Text 1

Get a great job now!

National Air
Is hiring full-time representatives for
Sales & Reservations. Talk to our employees
And discover why we’re the best thing in the air.
Interview on the spot!
Bring your resume

National Air Headquarters
Southeast Regional Airport
Thursday, November 24   7:30 P.M.

11. What is the purpose of this ad?
A.    To sell tickets.
B.    To get a great job.
C.    To recruit potential employees.
D.    To open  the new headquarters.
E.    To invite employees to hire houses.

12. Where will the interview be held?
A.    At their headquarters.
B.    At the regional office.
C.    At the owner’s house.
D.    On a plane.
E.    In the air

13. It is true about the ad, EXCEPT?
A.    The job offered includes sales and reservations.
B.    Employees are allowed to hade side job.
C.    Applicants should enclose his/her CV.
D.    The management will interview applicants.
E.    Interview will be conducted in the evening.

Text 2

30 Valentine Lane
Melville, NY 12615
Phone: (423) 8134-0003

November 19, 2011

Ms. Jennifer Lopez
Personnel Director
Bank of New York
808 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 11133

Dears Ms. Lopez:
Mr. William Reagan, an executive in your Manhattan office who is a friend of my father, recommended I write to you about the opportunity of the opening in your international department.

As you can see from my resume, I am a French major and Spanish minor and I am very interested in a position where I can use my languages. I have worked as an office temporary for the past three summers and some of my assignments where in the banking field. I am competent in several software packages including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and would be willing to use these skills in an administrative capacity, as long as there would be a chance to move into a more challenging role once I have proven my capabilities and value to the organization.

I would like very much to meet you and I am available for an interview any time convenient to you.
Sincerely yours,


14.  Who recommended the writer to apply the job offered?
            A.    His father.
            B.    Ms. Jennifer Lopez. 
            C.    Mr. William Reagan.
            D.    A personnel director of Manhattan office.
            E.    The bulletin published by Bank of New York.

15.  It can be inferred from the text that the position the candidate applied for is . . . .
            A.    A Personnel director of a bank
            B.    A banking-International relation
            C.    A bank director
            D.    A bank staff
            E.    A teller

16.  From the text we conclude that the applicant . . . .
            A.    is a  French
            B.    forced to be interviewed
            C.    doesn’t have any experiences
            D.    has an ability to operate a computer
            E.    is unwilling to do administrative works

Text 3

Taman Raja Apartment

Provided with first class facilities: internet for each unit, swimming pool, 2 tennis courts, 1 basket ball court, fitness center, sauna, karaoke, etc are free of charge.
One of the largest Apt. Compound (2 ha) in Jakarta with 128 units of 8 fls Building and adjacent to public golf drive range.
For rent call 794.2021

17. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text?
A.    We can rent the apartment if we want
B.    The swimming pool is free for all people
C.    The facilities of the apartment are mediocre
D.    We can do karaoke at the apartment by buying ticket first
E.    Taman Raja Apartment is the largest apartment compound in Jakarta

18. The following facilities are provided by the apartment except….
A.    sauna
B.    karaoke
C.    fitness center
D.    basket ball court
E.    public golf drive range

19. From the text above we know that Taman Raja Apartment is very ….
A.    cheap
B.    famous
C.    meager
D.    luxurious
E.    unpleasant

20. …and adjacent to public golf drive range.
      The underlined word has similar meaning to….
A.    far
B.    close
C.    distant
D.    apart
E.    away

Text 4


          Two traveling angels stopped to spend the night in the home of a wealthy family. The family was rude and refused to let the angels stay in the mansion’s guest room. Instead the angels were given a space the cold basement.
          As they made their bed on the hard floor, the older angel saw a hole in the wall and repaired it. When the younger angel asked why, the older angel replied, “things aren’t always what they seem.”
          The next night the pair came to rest at the house of a very poor, but very hospitable farmer and his wife. After sharing what little food they had, the couple let the angels sleep in their bed where they could have a good night’s rest. When the sun came up the next morning, the angels found the farmer and his wife in tears. Their only cow, whose milk had been their sole income, lay dead in the field.
          The younger angel was infuriated and asked the oldest angel, “How could you have let this happen? The first man had everything, yet you helped him,” she accused, “The second family had little but was willing to share everything, and you let their cow die.”
          “Things aren’t always what they seem,” the older angel replied. “When we stayed in the basement of the mansion, I noticed there was gold stored in that hole in the wall. Since the owner was so obsessed with greed and unwilling to share his good fortune, I sealed the wall so he wouldn’t find it. Then, the last night as we slept in the farmer’s bed, the angel of death came for his wife. I gave him the cow instead. Things aren’t always what they seem.”
          Sometimes this is exactly what happens when things don’t turn out the way they should. If you have faith, you just need to trust that every outcome is always to your advantage. You might not know it until some time later.

21. “Two traveling angels stopped to spend the night in the home of a wealthy family.”
      (Paragraph 1)
      The sentence above means . . . .
A.    Two angels whom I stopped to spend the night in the home of a wealthy family were traveling
B.    Two angels who have traveled stopped to spend the night in the home of a wealthy family
C.    Two angels, that I stopped to spend the night in the home of a wealthy family, were traveled
D.    Two angels who were traveling stopped to spend the night in the home of a wealthy family
E.    Two angels, that traveled, stopped to spend the night in the home of a wealthy family

22. Why did the older angel seal the wall? Because he ….
A.    wanted to repair the wall.
B.    had something secret there.
C.    wanted the wall to look good.
D.    wanted to hide the gold from the rich man.
E.    intended to show the younger angel how to repair a wall.

23. “… but very hospitable farmer and his wife.” (Paragraph 3)
      What is the synonym of the word ‘hospitable’?
A.    calm.
B.    patient.
C.    enthusiastic.
D.    welcoming.
E.    industrious.

24. Which statement is NOT TRUE according to the text?
A.    The angels stayed in the cold basement of a rich family’s house.
B.    At first the younger angel felt infuriated with the older angel.
C.    There was a hole in the wall of the poor man’s house.
D.    The angel of death took the poor man’s cow.
E.    The angels visited two different families.

25. What can we learn from the story?
A.    We should do everything happily.
B.    We should be honest to each other.
C.    Angels always help poor people.
D.    We should not work too hard to become rich.
E.    All that happens is for our own good.

Text 5

In the beginning there lived one man and one woman, Toglai and Toglibon. Their first children were a boy and a girl. When they were old enough, the boy and the girl went far away across the waters seeking a good place to live. Nothing more was heard of them until their children, the Spaniards and Americans, came back. After the first boy and girl left, other children were born to the couple; but they all remained at Cibolan on Mount Apo with their parents, until Toglai and Toglibon died and became spirits. Soon after that there came a great drought which lasted for three years. All the waters dries up, so that there were no rivers, and no plant could live.
“ Surely,” said people,”Manama is punishing us, and we must go elsewhere to find food and a place to dwell in.”
So they started out. Two went in the direction of the sunset, carrying with them stones from Cibolan river. After a long journey they reached a place where there were broad fields of cogon grass and an abundance of water, there they made their home. Their children still live in that place called Magindanau, because of the stones which the couple carried when they left Cibolan.
Two children of Toglai and Toglibon went to the South, seeking a home, and they carried with them women’s baskets (baraan). When they found a good spot, they settled down. Their descendants, still dwelling there, are called Baraan or Bilaan. Because of the women’s baskets.
So two y two the children of the first couple left the land of their birth. In the place  where each settled a new people developed, and thus it came about that all the tribes in the worlds received their names from things that the people carried out of Cibolan, or from the places where they settled.

26.  How many children did Toglai and Toglibon have?
A.    One
B.    Two
C.    Three
D.    Four
E.    Six

27.  Who are the Spaniards and Americans?
A.    Toglai and Toglibon’s first children.
B.    The children who were born after the     first children left.
C.    The children who were called Magindanau.
D.    The children who remained at Cibolan.
E.    The children who went in the direction of the sunset.

28.  Why did the children of Toglai and Toglibon leave Cibolan?    
A.  Because the Spaniards came.
B.  Because there came a great drought which lasted for three years.
C.  Because the region where they lived was inundated with water.
D.  Because their parents passed away.
E.  Because they were so weak and about to die.

Text 6

I was very surprised finding the front door open at about 4 a.m. I was so worried that an unexpected guest had entered my house. I woke up my wife, “A thief must have entered our house, please observe any of the properties that have been taken away,” said my wife.
I began to do what she said, but every thing was just there in its places. Our TV set was still there and so was our VCD player. The computer was still there too. “Nothing was taken away,” I tried to convince my wife. But who had opened the door? “ I did,” shouted my only child, Budi, from his room. He was only 4 years old. I told him not to do that again, because it is dangerous not only for him but also for all of us.
29. The text tells us about ….
A.  a shocking experience
B.  a thief entering a house
C.  a dangerous act of a child
D.  a surprising gift in early morning
E.   an unexpected guest coming

30. Who opened the front door?
A.    The writer’s wife.
B.  The writer’s son.
C.  The writer.
D.  The thief.
E.   The maid.
31.  What is the main idea of the first paragraph?
A.    A thief had entered the room.
B.    All the writer’s belongings were stolen.
C.    The writer was very surprised to find the door opened.
D.    Budi didn’t realize that his parents were very shocked.
E.     The shocking moment happened in the early morning.
32.  What is the writer’s suspicion with the front door opened?
A.  He thought a bad person came into their house.
B.  His child informed him that he was in the room.
C.  His wife told him to look for their son in his room.
D.  He was very surprised with his wife waking him up.
E.   He found many of electronic appliances were still at their place.
Text 7

Last summer I followed a motorcycle race. I prepared my motorcycle. My mechanic did it well. I was satisfied with its performance. I practiced again and again. I couldn’t stand waiting for the championship day.
Then the day finally came. I wore my favorite costume. I had my favorite number too, number seventeen. What a lucky day, I thought.  I saw my family: my parents and my sisters were staring at me with a great hope. There were also my loyal friends. I waved my hands to them. My mechanic shouted at me to give me words which could raise my spirit. I saw other participants around me and after that of course an umbrella girl beside me. Suddenly the flag was waved. I had a bad start, but for my family and my friends sitting in the tribune, I would do my best. I dropped in the seventh positions. I rushed my motorcycle and beat the other participants one by one.  Yes, there were only two racers in front of me. But it was only two laps to go. I left quite far with a racer number two after my front tire touched the rear tire of a racer in front of me. I almost fell down but I could manage my balance well. I rode in speeding and hoped my bike wouldn’t have a trouble. I wanted to be a winner. With all of my effort I could only beat one racer in front.
I had a great fun at that time, fantastic! My family was standing to give me applause. My friends yelled and hugged each other. I brought the cup and also the money home. What a day!

33. My mechanic did it well (p.1). It refers to ….
A.    a motorcycle race
B.    the writer’s motorcycle
C.    preparing motorcycle
D.    championship day
E.    motorcycle’s performance

34. Who gave the writer motivation on the track?
A.    his family
B.    his friends
C.    his mechanic
D.    the umbrella girl
E.    his family and his friends

35.The second paragraph tells about ….
A.    the orientation of the story
B.    the sequence of the events
C.    the re-orientation of the text
D.    the background event of the story
E.    the writer’s opinion about the race

36.What position did the writer get at the race end?
A.      1                   
B.      2                   
C.     4
D.     5
E.      7

37“….after that of course an umbrella girl beside me….” (Paragraph 2 line 5)
The underlined phrase mean ….
A.      a beautiful girl who brings an umbrella
B.      a girl who sells umbrellas to the spectators
C.      a beautiful girl who protects her skin from the sun
D.      a girl who serves the umbrella users to repair their umbrellas
E.      a girl who uses umbrella to protect the racer from the sunlight

Text 8
Please follow these procedures in order to make a machine withdrawal from your Country Bank checking or saving accounts:
1.     Insert your card facing up into the card slot of the teller machine.
2.     Enter your four-digit identification number on the numbered buttons.
3.     Press the withdrawal for checking or the button for savings.
4.     Enter the amount of withdrawal on the numbered buttons, and wait for your receipt to be printed.
5.     Remove your card from the slot. The drawer will open with a receipt and your cash withdrawal in fifty-thousand rupiah packets.
All customers are limited to two withdrawals in a twenty-four-hour period. If you attempt to withdraw more than the limited number of time, your card will be retained in the machine, and you will have to reclaim it in person at your main branch bank.
38.   What is the passage about?
A.  How to get a Country Bank card.
B.  How to make a loan at Country Bank
C.  How to use the Country Bank teller machine
D.  How to open an account at Country Bank
E.  How to withdraw your deposit at Country Bank

39.   The following steps must be done to withdraw money from your accounts, EXCEPT ....
A.  entering the identification number
B.  inserting your card into the machine
C.  entering the amount of withdrawal
D.  removing your card from the slot
E.  reclaiming the card in person from a bank teller.

40.   The text is intended to ….
A.  tell an amusing story
B.  tell the steps of using an ATM
C.  compare the use of an ATM card
D.  inform the nearest Country Bank branch
E.  describe  the use of an ATM

Text 9
o  2 cups all-porpoise flour, sifted before measuring
o  2 ½ teaspoons baking powder
o  ½ teaspoon salt
o  1 egg, slightly beaten
o  1 ½ cups milk
o  2 tablespoons melted butter

Stir together flour, baking powder and salt. in a separate bowl, combine egg and milk. Then add to flour mixture, stirring only until smooth. After that, blend in melted butter. Cook on a hot, greased griddle, using about ½ cup of butter for each pancake. Cook until brown on one side and around edge; turn and brown the other side. Recipe for pancake serves 4.

41.   They are what we need to make pancake, EXCEPT….
A.  milk
B.  baking powder
C.  salt
D.  egg
E.  sugar

42.   The last paragraph is called ....
A.  tools
B.  a set of steps
C.  goal
D.  ingredients
E.  description

43.   How much baking powder is needed?
A.  A half of teaspoon.
B.  A teaspoon.
C.  One and a half of teaspoon.
D.  Two teaspoons.
E.  Two and a half teaspoons.

44.   Pancake is ready to serve when ….
A.  the ingredients has been mixed
B.  melted butter is added
C.  the color has turned brown in one side
D.  its front and back have been brownish
E.  it is hot

45.                   How to Prepare Fried Rice

1. Stir the mixture and add salt, pepper and other spices.
2. To  make fried rice you will need some rice, vegetables, meat and eggs.
3. First, cut up the meat into very small pieces and fry it in a pan. 
4. Serve the fried rice with hot sauce, if you like.
5. At the same time cook the rice in another pan. 
6. Now you can break in two or three eggs.

The best steps of making fried rice are ….
A.  1-2-3-4-5-6
B.  2-3-4-5-1-6
C.  3-2-5-1-6-4
D.  2-3-5-1-6-4
E.  2-3-5-6-1-4

46. 1. I called my friend on my cell-phone and finally, the bus came back.
2. Then I went to the toilet.
3. When the bus stopped at a small restaurant for a rest, I got off the bus to get a cup of ginger tea. 
4. It took only a few minutes. 
5. I came out again but the bus was not there.
6.  It had gone!

The most appropriate order of the sentences is …. 
            A.    4-3-2-5-6-1
            B.    3-2-4-5-6-1
            C.    2-3-4-5-6-1
            D.    3-4-2-5-6-1
            E.    3-2-4-5-1-6

Text 10

Dear Jane,
I’m really … that I have to … our plan to visit the museum this weekend. My mother has been hospitalized … cancer. Perhaps we can … it. Please let me know. Thank you.

47. A. happy
B. sorry
C.  satisfied
D.  glad
E.  excited

48.  A. take off
B. switch off
C. send off
D. put off
E. put into

49.   A. inspite of
B. because
C. because of
D. so that
E. since

50. A. rescheduled
B. reschedules
C. reschedule
D. rescheduling


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