Tryout-1 Bahasa Inggris Kelas Xii IPA

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Tryout-1 Bahasa Inggris Kelas Xii IPA

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    First of all,  machines cut down  the trees.Then they  cut the trees  into  logs.The  logs  arrive  at  the  factory  by road  or  by river. The factory  is calledpaper  mill.Saws  cui the  logs  into  tiny  wood  chips.After  that,  other  machines mix the  chips  and  water  to make  pulp.Huge rollers  then  squeezethe  pulp  into  long  sheets  of paper.One  roll  can hold  up to  seventeen  kilometers  of paper!Finally,  the  new  paper goes by  road to  other  factories  to make boxes,books,  tissues  and  many  other  things. The text  shows  the  steps  .... 
    • A. 

      To make paper in factories

    • B. 

      To use paper for different purposes

    • C. 

      To make paper from wood

    • D. 

      To use trees to make Paper

    • E. 

      To make boxes, books, tissues

  • 2. 
    First of all,  machines cut down  the trees.Then they  cut the trees  into  logs.The  logs  arrive  at  the  factory  by road  or  by river. The factory  is calledpaper  mill.Saws  cui the  logs  into  tiny  wood  chips.After  that,  other  machines mix the  chips  and  water  to make  pulp.Huge rollers  then  squeezethe  pulp  into  long  sheets  of paper.One  roll  can hold  up to  seventeen  kilometers  of paper!Finally,  the  new  paper goes by  road to  other  factories  to make boxes,books,  tissues  and  many  other  things.Paper  is  the  direct  product  of .... 
    • A. 

      Trees

    • B. 

      Paper mill

    • C. 

      Wood logs

    • D. 

      Wood chips

    • E. 

      Pulp

  • 3. 
    First of all,  machines cut down  the trees.Then they  cut the trees  into  logs.The  logs  arrive  at  the  factory  by road  or  by river. The factory  is calledpaper  mill.Saws  cui the  logs  into  tiny  wood  chips.After  that,  other  machines mix the  chips  and  water  to make  pulp.Huge rollers  then  squeezethe  pulp  into  long  sheets  of paper.One  roll  can hold  up to  seventeen  kilometers  of paper!Finally,  the  new  paper goes by  road to  other  factories  to make boxes,books,  tissues  and  many  other  things.After  saws  cut the  logs  into  tiny wood chips, .... 
    • A. 

      Other machines mix the logs and water in a machine

    • B. 

      Other machines mix the chips and water to make pulp

    • C. 

      Other machines squeeze the pulp into long sheets of paper

    • D. 

      Huge rollers then squeeze the pulp into long sheets of paper

    • E. 

      Huge rollers hold up to seventeen kilometres of paper

  • 4. 
    Arrange  the  following  sentences into  a correct  and  meaningful  procedure.Emergency  First  Aid  : Extemal  Bleeding.1.  If  possible,  raise  and  support  the  injured  limb.2.  Leaving  the  original dressing  in  place,  bandage  it  securely.3.  Then,  apply  a sterile  dressing  or  clean pad  to the  wound.4.  First,  apply  direct pressure  with your  hand, making  sure  there  are no embedded  objects in  the  wound.5. Finally,  treat  the  casualty  for  shock.The correct  order  is  .... 
    • A. 

      3-2-4-5-1

    • B. 

      4-3-1-2-5

    • C. 

      5-1-2-4-3

    • D. 

      2-1-3-4-5

    • E. 

      1-5-4-2-3

  • 5. 
    SNAKES           Snakes  are reptiles  (cold-blooded creatures).  They  belong  to  the  same  group as lizards  (the  scaled  group,  Squamata)  but from  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  friction  as the  snake slithers along the ground.          Snakes  often sun  bathe  on rocks  in  the  warn  weather.  This  is  because  snakes  are cold-blooded, they  need  the  sun's  warmth  to heat  their  bodies  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  consists  of frogs,  lizards,  and mice  and  other  snakes.  The Anaconda  can  eat small crocodiles and even  bears.  Many  snakes protect  themselves  with their  fangs.  Some  snakes  are  protected  by  scaring  their  enemies  away  like  the  Cobra.  The flying  snakes  glide  away  from  danger. Their ribs  spread  apart  and  the  skin  stretches  out. Its  technique  is  just  like a sugar gliders. Since  the  snakes  are cold-blooded, they .... 
    • A. 

      Like sucking the cool blood

    • B. 

      Avoid sun-bathing to their skins

    • C. 

      Never sun bathe in the warrn weather

    • D. 

      Live on the ground in deserted burrows

    • E. 

      Require the sun's warmth to heat their bodies

  • 6. 
    SNAKES           Snakes  are reptiles  (cold-blooded creatures).  They  belong  to  the  same  group as lizards  (the  scaled  group,  Squamata)  but from  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  friction  as the  snake slithers along the ground.          Snakes  often sun  bathe  on rocks  in  the  warn  weather.  This  is  because  snakes  are cold-blooded, they  need  the  sun's  warmth  to heat  their  bodies  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  consists  of frogs,  lizards,  and mice  and  other  snakes.  The Anaconda  can  eat small crocodiles and even  bears.  Many  snakes protect  themselves  with their  fangs.  Some  snakes  are  protected  by  scaring  their  enemies  away  like  the  Cobra.  The flying  snakes  glide  away  from  danger. Their ribs  spread  apart  and  the  skin  stretches  out. Its  technique  is  just  like a sugar gliders.We know  from  the text  that  snakes  .... 
    • A. 

      Do not have claws

    • B. 

      Do not like sunlight

    • C. 

      Have two legs and claws

    • D. 

      Use their legs to climb the tree

    • E. 

      Use their claws to slither along the ground

  • 7. 
    SNAKES           Snakes  are reptiles  (cold-blooded creatures).  They  belong  to  the  same  group as lizards  (the  scaled  group,  Squamata)  but from  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  friction  as the  snake slithers along the ground.          Snakes  often sun  bathe  on rocks  in  the  warn  weather.  This  is  because  snakes  are cold-blooded, they  need  the  sun's  warmth  to heat  their  bodies  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  consists  of frogs,  lizards,  and mice  and  other  snakes.  The Anaconda  can  eat small crocodiles and even  bears.  Many  snakes protect  themselves  with their  fangs.  Some  snakes  are  protected  by  scaring  their  enemies  away  like  the  Cobra.  The flying  snakes  glide  away  from  danger. Their ribs  spread  apart  and  the  skin  stretches  out. Its  technique  is  just  like a sugar gliders.How  do flying  snakes  protect  themselves? 
    • A. 

      They fly away.

    • B. 

      They use their fangs.

    • C. 

      They scare their enemies.

    • D. 

      The stretch out their skin.

    • E. 

      They eat the other animals

  • 8. 
             Once upon  a time,  there  was  a king  who  had  been  happy  with his  wife for  many years.  Unexpectedly,  however,  either  out of  jealousy  or because  of  wicked  gossip,  or from  some changes  in  his  character,  he was tired  of  his  wife and ordered  her  to  return to live  with  her  parents.  The  poor queen  was  (48)  ...,  but she  could  not  change  her husband's  mind.        "I  will allow you,"  said  the  king,  making a solitary (49)  .... "to  take  the  dearest and most  precious  thing  you have."         The  next  morning, when  the king  awoke,  he  was  in  a bedroom  and  he did not recognize  the  surrounding.  He blinked  his  eyes  and  looked  (50)  ..., but the  only  thing  he was certain  of was that  he was not in  the  palace.         Angry  and  a little  alarmed,  the  king  called out and  at once  the queen  came in" "Where  am I?"         You said  I  could  take  with me the dearest and  most  precious  thing  I  have. Nothing is  dearer or  more  precious  to  me than  you  are.  When  you  fell  asleep  last  night,  I ordered  the  servants to  bring  you  here, the  house  of my  parents.  I  could  not live  without you!"
    • A. 

      Satisfied

    • B. 

      Amazed

    • C. 

      Delighted

    • D. 

      Surprised

    • E. 

      Pleased

  • 9. 
             Once upon  a time,  there  was  a king  who  had  been  happy  with his  wife for  many years.  Unexpectedly,  however,  either  out of  jealousy  or because  of  wicked  gossip,  or from  some changes  in  his  character,  he was tired  of  his  wife and ordered  her  to  return to live  with  her  parents.  The  poor queen  was  (48)  ...,  but she  could  not  change  her husband's  mind.        "I  will allow you,"  said  the  king,  making a solitary (49)  .... "to  take  the  dearest and most  precious  thing  you have."         The  next  morning, when  the king  awoke,  he  was  in  a bedroom  and  he did not recognize  the  surrounding.  He blinked  his  eyes  and  looked  (50)  ..., but the  only  thing  he was certain  of was that  he was not in  the  palace.         Angry  and  a little  alarmed,  the  king  called out and  at once  the queen  came in" "Where  am I?"         You said  I  could  take  with me the dearest and  most  precious  thing  I  have. Nothing is  dearer or  more  precious  to  me than  you  are.  When  you  fell  asleep  last  night,  I ordered  the  servants to  bring  you  here, the  house  of my  parents.  I  could  not live  without you!"
    • A. 

      Concession

    • B. 

      Conclusion

    • C. 

      Devotion

    • D. 

      Confirmation

    • E. 

      Repetition

  • 10. 
             Once upon  a time,  there  was  a king  who  had  been  happy  with his  wife for  many years.  Unexpectedly,  however,  either  out of  jealousy  or because  of  wicked  gossip,  or from  some changes  in  his  character,  he was tired  of  his  wife and ordered  her  to  return to live  with  her  parents.  The  poor queen  was  (48)  ...,  but she  could  not  change  her husband's  mind.        "I  will allow you,"  said  the  king,  making a solitary (49)  .... "to  take  the  dearest and most  precious  thing  you have."         The  next  morning, when  the king  awoke,  he  was  in  a bedroom  and  he did not recognize  the  surrounding.  He blinked  his  eyes  and  looked  (50)  ..., but the  only  thing  he was certain  of was that  he was not in  the  palace.         Angry  and  a little  alarmed,  the  king  called out and  at once  the queen  came in" "Where  am I?"         You said  I  could  take  with me the dearest and  most  precious  thing  I  have. Nothing is  dearer or  more  precious  to  me than  you  are.  When  you  fell  asleep  last  night,  I ordered  the  servants to  bring  you  here, the  house  of my  parents.  I  could  not live  without you!"
    • A. 

      At

    • B. 

      For

    • C. 

      Out

    • D. 

      After

    • E. 

      Around

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