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  • 1. 
    • A. 

      The students

    • B. 

      The teacher

    • C. 

      Mrs Erika

    • D. 

      Board of Students Association

  • 2. 
                                                                                       ANNOUNCEMENT To: All students of Junior High School 1 Jetis.   To celebrate the National Education Day the Board of Student Association will hold some interesting programs. They are English Speech Contest, English Story Telling contest and Wall Magazine Competition. The programs will be held on January,  4th , 2010,  8 am – 1 p.m. All classes must take part in the programs and should report their participation to their home teachers.   For detailed information, please contact Mrs. Erika, the coordinator of this program The text is about ….
    • A. 

      Programs to celebrate the National Education Day

    • B. 

      Explaining special programs in January The teacher

    • C. 

      Inviting students to come to school in January

    • D. 

      Informing some programs on Jan 4th, 2010

  • 3. 
    Read the following text and answer questions 3 to 6                                                                                               MAKING CANDLES Making coloured and scented candles is really quick and simple. What's more, you'll save so much money. If making candles is easy, why do you ever buy one from a shop? What you need in making candles are wax, moulds, wick, dye discs, essential oils, and a double boiler. All these materials are available from craft shops. Or if you do not want to buy them, you can improvise with an old saucepan, Pyrex jug, or even a sturdy can, in a pot of water. After providing the materials, follow this procedure or instruction in making candles! First of all, melt the wax. All wax has a flash point, so to prevent it from bursting into flames; you must melt it in a double boiler, with water at the bottom of the pan. Then, prepare the mould with the wick. Thread the wick through the mould and make sure that you leave a good few centimeters sticking out of the hole in the bottom. After that, add the scent. If you want a scented candle, add a few drops of essential oil to the melted wax. You can use any essential oil you like, as long as it doesn't contain water. Next step, pour the wax into the mould. Try and tip the wax into the mould quickly, all in one go, to minimize spillage and air bubbles. Then, release the bubbles and top it up. Releasing the air bubbles will eventually make the candle sink, so you will need to top it up with more melted wax. Finally, remove it from the mould. After four or five hours, the candle can be taken out of its mould. Your candle is now ready for display. Remember, you must always leave it for a day before lighting it. What does paragraph one tell us about?
    • A. 

      The steps in making candles

    • B. 

      The materials we need in making candles.

    • C. 

      The goal of the text in making candles.

    • D. 

      The way to make candles.

  • 4. 
                                                                                                     MAKING CANDLES Making coloured and scented candles is really quick and simple. What's more, you'll save so much money. If making candles is easy, why do you ever buy one from a shop? What you need in making candles are wax, moulds, wick, dye discs, essential oils, and a double boiler. All these materials are available from craft shops. Or if you do not want to buy them, you can improvise with an old saucepan, Pyrex jug, or even a sturdy can, in a pot of water. After providing the materials, follow this procedure or instruction in making candles! First of all, melt the wax. All wax has a flash point, so to prevent it from bursting into flames; you must melt it in a double boiler, with water at the bottom of the pan. Then, prepare the mould with the wick. Thread the wick through the mould and make sure that you leave a good few centimeters sticking out of the hole in the bottom. After that, add the scent. If you want a scented candle, add a few drops of essential oil to the melted wax. You can use any essential oil you like, as long as it doesn't contain water. Next step, pour the wax into the mould. Try and tip the wax into the mould quickly, all in one go, to minimize spillage and air bubbles. Then, release the bubbles and top it up. Releasing the air bubbles will eventually make the candle sink, so you will need to top it up with more melted wax. Finally, remove it from the mould. After four or five hours, the candle can be taken out of its mould. Your candle is now ready for display. Remember, you must always leave it for a day before lighting it. What should you do after melting the wax?
    • A. 

      Pour the melting wax into the mould.

    • B. 

      Remove the melting wax from the mould.

    • C. 

      Prepare the mould with the wick.

    • D. 

      Release the bubbles and top it up.

  • 5. 
                                                                                                       MAKING CANDLES Making coloured and scented candles is really quick and simple. What's more, you'll save so much money. If making candles is easy, why do you ever buy one from a shop? What you need in making candles are wax, moulds, wick, dye discs, essential oils, and a double boiler. All these materials are available from craft shops. Or if you do not want to buy them, you can improvise with an old saucepan, Pyrex jug, or even a sturdy can, in a pot of water. After providing the materials, follow this procedure or instruction in making candles! First of all, melt the wax. All wax has a flash point, so to prevent it from bursting into flames; you must melt it in a double boiler, with water at the bottom of the pan. Then, prepare the mould with the wick. Thread the wick through the mould and make sure that you leave a good few centimeters sticking out of the hole in the bottom. After that, add the scent. If you want a scented candle, add a few drops of essential oil to the melted wax. You can use any essential oil you like, as long as it doesn't contain water. Next step, pour the wax into the mould. Try and tip the wax into the mould quickly, all in one go, to minimize spillage and air bubbles. Then, release the bubbles and top it up. Releasing the air bubbles will eventually make the candle sink, so you will need to top it up with more melted wax. Finally, remove it from the mould. After four or five hours, the candle can be taken out of its mould. Your candle is now ready for display. Remember, you must always leave it for a day before lighting it. Where can you buy the materials for making candles?
    • A. 

      At the handicraft shop.

    • B. 

      At the super market.

    • C. 

      At the stall.

    • D. 

      At the craft shop.

  • 6. 
                                                                                                MAKING CANDLES Making coloured and scented candles is really quick and simple. What's more, you'll save so much money. If making candles is easy, why do you ever buy one from a shop? What you need in making candles are wax, moulds, wick, dye discs, essential oils, and a double boiler. All these materials are available from craft shops. Or if you do not want to buy them, you can improvise with an old saucepan, Pyrex jug, or even a sturdy can, in a pot of water. After providing the materials, follow this procedure or instruction in making candles! First of all, melt the wax. All wax has a flash point, so to prevent it from bursting into flames; you must melt it in a double boiler, with water at the bottom of the pan. Then, prepare the mould with the wick. Thread the wick through the mould and make sure that you leave a good few centimeters sticking out of the hole in the bottom. After that, add the scent. If you want a scented candle, add a few drops of essential oil to the melted wax. You can use any essential oil you like, as long as it doesn't contain water. Next step, pour the wax into the mould. Try and tip the wax into the mould quickly, all in one go, to minimize spillage and air bubbles. Then, release the bubbles and top it up. Releasing the air bubbles will eventually make the candle sink, so you will need to top it up with more melted wax. Finally, remove it from the mould. After four or five hours, the candle can be taken out of its mould. Your candle is now ready for display. Remember, you must always leave it for a day before lighting it. “…, so to prevent it from bursting into flames you …” The word  “bursting” means …
    • A. 

      Exploding

    • B. 

      Melting

    • C. 

      Satisfying

    • D. 

      Becoming

  • 7. 
    Read the letter below to answer questions 7 to 10. Dear Nan,   We are having a great  holiday here on the Gold Coast. Yesterday we went to the Movie World.   When we got up in the morning, it looked like rain. After a while the cloud disappeared. And it became a sunny day. We then decided to go to the Movie World.   The first ride I went on was Lethal Weapon. Next I saw the Police Academy show. After that I had lunch as I was really hungry. Meanwhile, Mum and Kelly queued for the Batman ride. About one o’clock we got a light shower of rain but it cleared up soon after. We then went on all the other rides.   It was a top day. See you when you get back.   Love, Sam Question : What does the letter tell us about?
    • A. 

      Sam's Holiday

    • B. 

      The Golg Coast

    • C. 

      The Movie World

    • D. 

      The Shower of Rain

  • 8. 
    Dear Nan,   We are having a great  holiday here on the Gold Coast. Yesterday we went to the Movie World.   When we got up in the morning, it looked like rain. After a while the cloud disappeared. And it became a sunny day. We then decided to go to the Movie World.   The first ride I went on was Lethal Weapon. Next I saw the Police Academy show. After that I had lunch as I was really hungry. Meanwhile, Mum and Kelly queued for the Batman ride. About one o’clock we got a light shower of rain but it cleared up soon after. We then went on all the other rides.   It was a top day. See you when you get back.   Love, Sam Question : What is the main idea of paragraph 3?
    • A. 

      The weather in Gold Coast.

    • B. 

      Police Academy Show.

    • C. 

      Sam’s activities in the Movie World.

    • D. 

      A great holiday in the Movie World.

  • 9. 
    Dear Nan,   We are having a great  holiday here on the Gold Coast. Yesterday we went to the Movie World.   When we got up in the morning, it looked like rain. After a while the cloud disappeared. And it became a sunny day. We then decided to go to the Movie World.   The first ride I went on was Lethal Weapon. Next I saw the Police Academy show. After that I had lunch as I was really hungry. Meanwhile, Mum and Kelly queued for the Batman ride. About one o’clock we got a light shower of rain but it cleared up soon after. We then went on all the other rides.   It was a top day. See you when you get back.   Love, Sam Question : Where did Sam spend his holiday with his family?
    • A. 

      On the Gold Coast.

    • B. 

      In the Movie World.

    • C. 

      N Lethal Weapon.

    • D. 

      At the Police Academy.

  • 10. 
    • A. 

      Lunch

    • B. 

      Shower

    • C. 

      A little rain

    • D. 

      Batman ride