English Level 2 Last Semester Test

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English Level 2 Last Semester Test

PENILAIAN AKHIR SEMESTER 'AIsyiyah Boarding School Bandung السَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَبَرَكَا This is your last Semester Test. Please fill your answer in the answer sheet below. You can open your notes, laptop, using internet, but you cant discuss with you friends! Thank you. Give your best May Allah take the rest! Please write down your name and classes below


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  • 1. 
    Drawing Horses by Cerelle WoodsI’d give anything to draw horses the way Euphemia Tucker does. She draws them in the margins of spelling tests and on the back of her math homework. They’re always running wild and free, their manes swirling over the paper like clouds across the sky. Euphemia’s horses look so real you can almost feel their breath on your face. (5)Luke Anderson, who sits next to me, says he can’t decide whether my horses look more like Great Danes or kitchen tables. He also calls me Messy. I prefer Marisa, which is my real name, to Missy, which is what everyone—except Luke—calls me. If I could draw like Euphemia, I’d sign all my pictures Marisa. Nobody messes with Euphemia’s name, not even Luke Anderson. (10)Today I sharpened my pencil and took a clean sheet of paper out of my desk. Then I closed my eyes and pictured one of Euphemia’s perfect horses rearing up and pawing the air with its sharp hooves. I could see it so clearly I was sure I’d be able to draw it this time. (20)I started with what I do best: a big, billowing mane. Next I roughed in most of the body and drew a long tail streaming out behind. It really wasn’t turning out half bad until I got to the front‑legs‑pawing‑the‑air part, which looked more like two macaroni noodles with tiny marshmallows for hooves.(25)I tried again, but the hooves still didn’t seem right, and rather than doing them over and over, I erased them and went on to the head. That was when I really ran into trouble. First I drew some great donkey ears, followed by sheep ears, pig ears, kangaroo ears . . . everything except horse ears. I erased again and again until I had rubbed a hole in the paper. That was when Luke Anderson poked his nose over my shoulder. I scratched a big X through my earless, macaroni‑legged horse, wadded it up into a little ball, and stuffed it under the lid of my desk. (30)I was still upset when I got off the school bus this afternoon. I walked past the neighbors’ horses standing in the field next to our house. They’ve been in that field for as long as I can remember. Their stringy manes never float into the sky. Their ragged old tails hang straight down to the ground, and I’ve never seen them run.I brooded about it all through dinner. After I’d helped clear the dishes, I sat down with a stack of typing paper and a freshly sharpened pencil. Without Luke Anderson there to pester me, I hoped I’d have better luck. I practiced a few horses’ heads, trying to get the ears right. Nothing worked.I tossed all the sketches into the trash and walked outside. The sun had just sunk below the horizon, feathering the whole sky with pink and orange wisps. Everything looked special in that light, even the scraggly horses next door. I dragged a lawn chair over to the fence and sat down to take a better look at them. (40)They’d never be free spirits like Euphemia’s horses, but they did seem patient and strong. I noticed the curves of their muscles, the shadows on their faces, the shine along their backs. Their colors reminded me of dessert—rich chocolate, deep cinnamon, creamy caramel. I was just sitting there, feeling kind of dazzled by the unexpected beauty of it all, when I remembered the big box of pastels my grandmother had sent. (45)An idea began to take shape in my mind, and just then the cinnamon horse turned its 50 head toward me and nodded three times. It was like a sign. I hurried into the house, grabbed the pastels and some paper, and raced for the door. I choose a deep brown, pulling it across my paper in the shape of the chocolate horse. It comes out right the first time, even the legs and ears! Drawing horses is easier when they’re right in front of you, and I’ll say this for the ones next door—they hold their poses. (50)The sky is turning out just as I’d hoped, too; all the pinks and reds blending together like a strawberry parfait, and I love the way the caramel horse’s mane is blowing, just barely, in the wind. It doesn’t look exactly like one of Euphemia’s horses, of course. But I already know that when this drawing is finished, I’ll be signing it Marisa.(55)Read carefully, and answer questions below :a. In line 3, what does the simile “like clouds across the sky” help the reader understand about 8 the horses in Euphemia’s sketches? (7)b. "Their stringy manes never float into the sky. Their ragged old tails hang straight down to the ground, and I’ve never seen them run". What can you get from the text? (7) 
  • 2. 
    Still from 1st Question paragraph answer this question :How do lines 14 through 16 contribute to the development of the plot? (choose between a until d) *3 pointsChoose the passage that prove your answer (choose between e until h) *3 pointsMake sure you choose two answers. 
    • A. 

      They establish Marisa’s problem.

    • B. 

      They emphasize Marisa’s hopefulness.

    • C. 

      They contrast Marisa’s artistic abilities with Euphemia’s.

    • D. 

      Today I sharpened my pencil and took a clean sheet of paper out of my desk

    • E. 

      Then I closed my eyes and pictured one of Euphemia’s perfect horses rearing up and pawing the air with its sharp hooves.

    • F. 

      I could see it so clearly I was sure I’d be able to draw it this time.

    • G. 

      I started with what I do best: a big, billowing mane.

  • 3. 
    Choose your answer based on the conversation(mark your answer first and than fill it in the next questions)True or falseDecide whether these statements are true or false:1. If Magda does well in her degree she will get a permanent job. (a-b)2. Johnny is moving to Shanghai. (c-d)3. Fadi doesn‟t like his cousin.(e-f)4. Harry has been offered a permanent job. (g-h)5. Magda suggests that she and Sarah share a flat. (I - J)
  • 4. 
    Choose your answer based on the conversationTrue or falseDecide whether these statements are true or false: If Magda does well in her degree she will get a permanent job. 
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 5. 
     Johnny is moving to Shanghai.
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 6. 
     Fadi doesn‟t like his cousin.
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 7. 
    Harry has been offered a permanent job
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 8. 
    Magda suggests that she and Sarah share a flat
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 9. 
    Neira decided to write a story but after some time, she could not complete the story as she lost interest. Complete her story on the basis of the beginning given below. (Minimum 100 words) (15 marks)“Once upon a time, the Lion, the king of the forest, was celebrating his son’s birthday. All the animals and birds of the forest were to participate in the grand function….”
  • 10. 
    Our willpower can go up and down with your energy levels so play energetic music to perk you up, move around, laugh. Train yourself to enjoy what you are doing by being energized. This will make it easier to implement desirable and appropriate behaviors into your routine - which is really what self-discipline is all about.  So how can you relate between self discipline and success?Make some paragraph contains minimum 120 words (15 marks)  
  • 11. 
    Complete the dialogue by choosing the correct alternative from those given below. Only write your answers in the answer-sheet against the correct blank number. (6 marks)Neha: Your watch is exclusive. Please tell me (a) [Blank]Nidhi: I bought it from a showroom (b) [Blank]Neha: Will you tell me (c) [Blank]Nidhi: Only five hundred rupees.
  • 12. 
    You are Drew living in First Floor Unit 330, Centennial Park Centennial Avenue Elstree, Hertfordshire United Kingdom . You are fresh under graduate students who live abroad for the first time.Write a letter to your parents living in Jakarta about your impression looking how people in your new place separating garbage in two different dust bins for a healthy living. *Highlight how can be its so different between yor new places and in your hometown?*(14 Marks)
  • 13. 
    Please open the link below :https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CerTwhsooPBa-QCoOzVLbsN8Gvgz75UeAnswer this question :1. The boy is telling his [Blank] that [Blank]2. The girl is telling her [Blank] that [Blank]3. The boy is telling his [Blank] that [Blank](5 marks)
  • 14. 
  • 15. 
    How can i get in to hospital from musholla? 
  • 16. 
    Question:Make two alternative way, if i wanna go to AL-Islam hospital from Pelajar pejuang based on map!Please give your opinion which way is better and give your opinion!
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