Fao Seng Huat was reported missing by his family when he did not return home after he had slipped out of the house at about eight in the morning. They are afraid that he might have forgotten where he lives as this has happened twice before. He often smiles and talks to himself. He is harmless but can get angry if he is laughed at. A cash reward awaits the person or persons with information about his whereabouts that would help the police pick him up.
Please contact 0274 – 4842840 and ask for Cukip Lee.
- What does the missing person look like?
A. He looks like the sharp spikes.
B. He has oval-shaped face.
C. He is short and rather fat.
D. He has long hair with pointed nose.
- What is the notice mainly about?
A. A Missing Man.
B. A Stupid Person.
C. A Frightening Experience.
D. An Escaped Prisoner.
- Which of the following is NOT TRUE Of Tan Seng
A. He will not hurt anyone.
B. He is twenty years old. ;
C. He doesn’t like people to make fun of him.
D. He left the house without telling his family.
For question 39 and 40 choose the best words to complete the dialogue!
Anna : Are you hungry, Hanny?
Hanny : No, but I’m … (39) Let’s get a soda
Anna : What about you, Johan?
Johan : I’m hungry-very hungry;
Hanny : So, do you like … (40)?
Johan : Yes, I do.loading…be patient please.
- A. thirsty
- A. sandwiches
B. milk shakes
C. orange juice
D. lemon tea
Text for question 41 to 42!
Sonia : What is the … (41) of “Lebaran” Day?
Azali : We always forgive each other and the children usually do the ” Sungkeman” to their parents. But the most important thing is we go to a … (42) or field for praying.
- A. ambition
- A. tradition
Read the following text and answer questions 43-46!
Newspapers are just what their name says. They are papers that print news. They first appeared in the 1400s just after printing began. Printers produced pamphlets telling people what was happening in the country and what they thought about it. Modern newspapers first appeared in the 1700s.
Today, there are newspapers in almost every country in the world, in many different languages. Some are printed everyday, some are every week. One of the oldest newspapers is The Times which is printed in London. It began in 1785 when it was called the Universal Daily Register. It changed its name to The Times in 1788. Our country, Indonesia, also has a lot of newspapers. There are 94 newspapers in Indonesia. The publishing is concentrated in large cities. Jakarta has 24 dailies with half the total national circulation. Manado has 15 dailies, Medan has 12, and Surabaya has 9.
The national news agency of Indonesia is Antara (Lembaga Kantor Berita Nasional Antara). It has domestic bureaus in thirty two provincial capitals and six foreign bureaus. Antara is an independent news agency.
(Adapted from The Kingfisher Children’s Encyclopedia)
- The reading text is about …
- How many bureaus does “Antara” have?
- The city which has the most newspapers is …
- “They firs appeared in the 1400s just after printing
began”, (paragraph 1)
The underlined word means …
- Rudy : What is the name of the flower?
Maya : I don’t know for certain … it is a rose
Rudy : No, I don’t think so. It has no thorns
Maya : Let me have a look! Oh, It is a hibiscus.
- Andi : Have you ever been to Nature Reserve in
Cibodas, West Java?
Budi : Yes, I have. What about you?
Andi : …
A. Neither have I
B. I don’t either
C. I do too
D. So have I
- X : Do you believe that Indonesia will become a
Y : Of course … the citizens work hard,
- Novi : Can I go to the theatre with my friend?
Mother : …, but don’t come home late.
Novi : All right.
A. Of course
B. No, you can’t
C. Certainly not
D. I can’t