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  • 1. 
    COMPUTERS              Computers are machines that  handle information automatically. They can perform calculations and process data. Computers can work with numbers to solve problems in a few seconds. Computers can remember a great deal of information and make practically no mistakes. That is why computers are widely used in places such as bank, offices and companies.               Computers work like  calculators. But most calculators can do only one thing at a time. We tell them what to do by pressing various buttons. To do the same work, we can give a series of instructions to a computer. We call this a computer program. If we set up a program, the computer can provide other information, such as a list, numbers, letters, word or even graphs or pictures. Once we provide a program, the computer can do all this work automatically without further help or instruction.            A computer stores and  handles numbers. The numbers may be mathematical formulas or columns of figures. The numbers may also be codes that stand for letters of the alphabet, word or instruction to the computer.Which statement is NOT TRUE according to the text? 
    • A. 

      A computer works like calculator

    • B. 

      A computer stores and handles numbers

    • C. 

      A computer can not memorize a great deal of information

    • D. 

      A computer is a machine that handles information automatically

  • 2. 
    COMPUTERSComputers are machines that  handle information automatically. They can perform calculations and process data. Computers can work with numbers to solve problems in a few seconds. Computers can remember a great deal of information and make practically no mistakes. That is why computers are widely used in places such as bank, offices and companies.Computers work like  calculators. But most calculators can do only one thing at a time. We tell them what to do by pressing various buttons. To do the same work, we can give a series of instructions to a computer. We call this a computer program. If we set up a program, the computer can provide other information, such as a list, numbers, letters, word or even graphs or pictures. Once we provide a program, the computer can do all this work automatically without further help or instruction.A computer stores and  handles numbers. The numbers may be mathematical formulas or columns of figures. The numbers may also be codes that stand for letters of the alphabet, word or instruction to the computer.Why are computers used in many places?
    • A. 

      Because computers can remember a great deal of information and make practically no mistakes

    • B. 

      Because most calculators can do only one thing at a time

    • C. 

      Because the computer can do all work automatically without further help or instruction.

    • D. 

      Because computer can provide other information, such as a list, numbers, letters, word or even graphs or pictures

  • 3. 
                   Last week, Mr ariyanto and his  family had a picnic. They went to Sanur and Kuta Beach. They left by car at four in the afternoon. Mr Ariyanto drove his car carefully. They arrive at Sanur at six in the evening. Then they went to a motel near Sanur Beach, They spent the night there.               The next day they went to Sanur Beach. They went there on foot because the motel is not more than a kilometer from the beach. They started early in the morning because they wanted to see sun rice. After the sun rose, they enjoyed other activities. Mr Ariyanto and his wife looked at a tourist painting in a small gallery. Their children enjoyed a boat trip. There were glad because they had never done it before. At ten o’clock they went back to the motel. They stayed and had lunch there.                At four in the afternoon, they  left for Kuta Beach. They went there by car. Then they walked along the seashore. They saw some foreign tourists lay on the sand and had a message, other were surfing. They spent two hour on Kuta Beach. Why did they go to the beach early in the morning?
    • A. 

      Enjoying a boat trip

    • B. 

      Looking at paintings

    • C. 

      Seeing the sun rice

    • D. 

      Ordering the lunch

  • 4. 
     Last week, Mr Ariyanto and his  family had a picnic. They went to Sanur and Kuta Beach. They left by car at four in the afternoon. Mr Ariyanto drove his car carefully. They arrive at Sanur at six in the evening. Then they went to a motel near Sanur Beach. They spent the night there.               The next day they went to Sanur Beach. They went there on foot because the motel is not more than a kilometer from the beach. They started early in the morning because they wanted to see sun rice. After the sun rose, they enjoyed other activities. Mr Ariyanto and his wife looked at a tourist painting in a small gallery. Their children enjoyed a boat trip. There were glad because they had never done it before. At ten o’clock they went back to the motel. They stayed and had lunch there.                At four in the afternoon, they  left for Kuta Beach. They went there by car. Then they walked along the seashore. They saw some foreign tourists lay on the sand and had a message, other were surfing. They spent two hour on Kuta Beach.How long did it take to Mr. Aryanto’s family to Sanur Beach by car?
    • A. 

      One hour

    • B. 

      Two hour

    • C. 

      Three hour

    • D. 

      Four hour

  • 5. 
     Last week, Mr ariyanto and his  family had a picnic. They went to Sanur and KutaBeach. They left by car at four in the afternoon. Mr Ariyanto drove his car carefully. They arrive at Sanur at six in the evening. Then they went to a motel near Sanur Beach. They spent the night there.               The next day they went to Sanur Beach. They went there on foot because the motel is not more than a kilometer from the beach. They started early in the morning because they wanted to see sun rise. After the sun rose, they enjoyed other activities. Mr Ariyanto and his wife looked at a tourist painting in a small gallery. Their children enjoyed a boat trip. There were glad because they had never done it before. At ten o’clock they went back to the motel. They stayed and had lunch there.                At four in the afternoon, they  left for Kuta Beach. They went there by car. Then they walked along the seashore. They saw some foreign tourists lay on the sand and had a message, other were surfing. They spent two hour on Kuta Beach..“They stayed and had lunch there” (paragraph 2)The underlined word refers to …
    • A. 

      Motel

    • B. 

      Gallery

    • C. 

      Sanur Beach

    • D. 

      Kuta Beach

  • 6. 
    VINA SUN BLOCKMOISTURISING CREAM SPF30Effective protection for every sensitive and fair skinACTIVE UV CELL PROTECTIONEffective protection for the skin cellAgainst premature skin aging and UVDamage with an innovative UVA-UVBFilter system and antioxidantACTVE VINA CAREIts non sticky formula perfectlyMoisturize the skin leaving itSmooth and suppleSkin compatibility dermatologically provenPeople who use this cream want their skin to be...
    • A. 

      Option 1Wrinkled

    • B. 

      Smooth

    • C. 

      Tanned

    • D. 

      Dry

  • 7. 
    VINA SUN BLOCKMOISTURISING CREAM SPF30Effective protection for every sensitive and fair skinACTIVE UV CELL PROTECTIONEffective protection for the skin cellAgainst premature skin aging and UVDamage with an innovative UVA-UVBFilter system and antioxidantACTVE VINA CAREIts non sticky formula perfectlyMoisturize the skin leaving itSmooth and suppleSkin compatibility dermatologically provenThis product is for people with.......skin
    • A. 

      Dry

    • B. 

      Oily

    • C. 

      Normal

    • D. 

      Sensitive

  • 8. 
    MOMOTARO          Once upon a time ,in Japan , lived a peasant and his wife. They were sad because they had no children. They kept praying to God for a child.           One day , when the man was cutting wood by a stream, he saw a large peach floating on the water. He ran to pick it up. His wife was excited because she had never seen such a large peach before. They were about to cut the peach when they heard a voice from inside. The couple were surprised . The peach than cracked open, and there was a beautiful baby inside. The couple were very happy. They named the baby Momotaro, which meant “peach boy”.Momotaro grew up to be clever, courage young man.            One day Momotaro told his parents that he was going to fight the pirates who always attacked their village. These pirates lived on an island a few kilometers away. Sailing on his boat, Momotaro met an eagle going in the same direction. They became good friends. Soon both of them arrived on the island of the pirates. The eagle flew over the thieves head, pecking at their eyes. Finally, the pirates were defeated. Momotaro brought home all the goods that the pirates had stolen. His parents were proud of him, and they were ever joyed about his victory and save return.Who was going to fight the pirates?
    • A. 

      Momotaro

    • B. 

      The eagle

    • C. 

      The couple

    • D. 

      The peasant

  • 9. 
    MOMOTARO          Once upon a time ,in Japan , lived a peasant and his wife. They were sad because they had no children. They kept praying to God for a child.           One day , when the man was cutting wood by a stream, he saw a large peach floating on the water. He ran to pick it up. His wife was excited because she had never seen such a large peach before. They were about to cut the peach when they heard a voice from inside. The couple were surprised . The peach than cracked open, and there was a beautiful baby inside. The couple were very happy. They named the baby Momotaro, which meant “peach boy”.Momotaro grew up to be clever, courage young man.            One day Momotaro told his parents that he was going to fight the pirates who always attacked their village. These pirates lived on an island a few kilometers away. Sailing on his boat, Momotaro met an eagle going in the same direction. They became good friends. Soon both of them arrived on the island of the pirates. The eagle flew over the thieves head, pecking at their eyes. Finally, the pirates were defeated. Momotaro brought home all the goods that the pirates had stolen. His parents were proud of him, and they were ever joyed about his victory and save return.How did the eagle help Momotaro fight the pirates? By...
    • A. 

      Flying on the sky

    • B. 

      Flying over the pirates

    • C. 

      Using a peach fruit

    • D. 

      Pecking at their eyes

  • 10. 
    MOMOTARO          Once upon a time ,in Japan , lived a peasant and his wife. They were sad because they had no children. They kept praying to God for a child.           One day , when the man was cutting wood by a stream, he saw a large peach floating on the water. He ran to pick it up. His wife was excited because she had never seen such a large peach before. They were about to cut the peach when they heard a voice from inside. The couple were surprised . The peach than cracked open, and there was a beautiful baby inside. The couple were very happy. They named the baby Momotaro, which meant “peach boy”.Momotaro grew up to be clever, courage young man.            One day Momotaro told his parents that he was going to fight the pirates who always attacked their village. These pirates lived on an island a few kilometers away. Sailing on his boat, Momotaro met an eagle going in the same direction. They became good friends. Soon both of them arrived on the island of the pirates. The eagle flew over the thieves head, pecking at their eyes. Finally, the pirates were defeated. Momotaro brought home all the goods that the pirates had stolen. His parents were proud of him, and they were ever joyed about his victory and save return.What can we learn from the story?
    • A. 

      We must help the pirates

    • B. 

      We must not fight the weak

    • C. 

      We must be afraid of the pirates

    • D. 

      We must not be afraid to fight the crime.

  • 11. 
                 The lion was having a nap when a little mouse woke him up. The lion was annoyed, so he picked up the little mouse and threatened to eat him up. “Please, spare me, oh, king of the jungle. If you do, I will do something for you one day!” begged the mouse.“What?! A little thing like you? Ha! This is really very funny,” laughed the lion. Then he got the little mouse free because he thought that the little creature did not even taste good. Several days later when the lion was walking in the jungle, he got into a trap. He struggled hard, but he still could not free himself. When he was about to give up, the little mouse came. He gnawed at the ropes of the net and then said, “Didn’t you once laugh at me for being little? Look how I have saved your live today!”Where did the story happen?
    • A. 

      In the village

    • B. 

      In the jungle

    • C. 

      In the kingdom

    • D. 

      In the field

  • 12. 
    The lion was having a nap when a little mouse woke him up. The lion was annoyed, so he picked up the little mouse and threatened to eat him up. “Please, spare me, oh, king of the jungle. If you do, I will do something for you one day!” begged the mouse.“What?! A little thing like you? Ha! This is really very funny,” laughed the lion. Then he got the little mouse free because he thought that the little creature did not even taste good. Several days later when the lion was walking in the jungle, he got into a trap. He struggled hard, but he still could not free himself. When he was about to give up, the little mouse came. He gnawed at the ropes of the net and then said, “Didn’t you once laugh at me for being little? Look how I have saved your live today!”How could the lion be free from the problem?
    • A. 

      The lion walked into the trap

    • B. 

      The mouse gnawed at the net and set it free

    • C. 

      The mouse woke up the lion

    • D. 

      The lion killed the little mouse

  • 13. 
    The lion was having a nap when a little mouse woke him up. The lion was annoyed, so he picked up the little mouse and threatened to eat him up. “Please, spare me, oh, king of the jungle. If you do, I will do something for you one day!” begged the mouse.“What?! A little thing like you? Ha! This is really very funny,” laughed the lion. Then he got the little mouse free because he thought that the little creature did not even taste good. Several days later when the lion was walking in the jungle, he got into a trap. He struggled hard, but he still could not free himself. When he was about to give up, the little mouse came. He gnawed at the ropes of the net and then said, “Didn’t you once laugh at me for being little? Look how I have saved your live today!”What can we learn from the story?
    • A. 

      Don’t underestimate those who are smaller

    • B. 

      Strength is always useful when we are in trouble

    • C. 

      Help your friend only if you get a reward

    • D. 

      Don’t put your friend in trouble

  • 14. 
    Complete the text below for questions 14-16Do you know how to make an Amazon hut? I am going to …(14) you how to make it. With the help of three or four people, we can make an Amazon hut. First of all, prepare palm leaves, woods, a saw, and strong ropes. Then, choose the place for the house. Next, cut the woods …(15) large sticks to make frame for the house. After that, tie the sticks together and make the frame for the house. Put the palm leaves on top for the …(16). Now the house is ready.Choose one correct word
    • A. 

      Tell

    • B. 

      Telling

    • C. 

      Tells

    • D. 

      Told

  • 15. 
    Complete the text below for questions 14-16Do you know how to make an Amazon hut? I am going to …(14) you how to make it. With the help of three or four people, we can make an Amazon hut. First of all, prepare palm leaves, woods, a saw, and strong ropes. Then, choose the place for the house. Next, cut the woods …(15) large sticks to make frame for the house. After that, tie the sticks together and make the frame for the house. Put the palm leaves on top for the …(16). Now the house is ready.Choose one correct word
    • A. 

      On

    • B. 

      Into

    • C. 

      Over

    • D. 

      For

  • 16. 
    Complete the text below for questions 14-16Do you know how to make an Amazon hut? I am going to …(14) you how to make it. With the help of three or four people, we can make an Amazon hut. First of all, prepare palm leaves, woods, a saw, and strong ropes. Then, choose the place for the house. Next, cut the woods …(15) large sticks to make frame for the house. After that, tie the sticks together and make the frame for the house. Put the palm leaves on top for the …(16). Now the house is ready.Choose one correct word
    • A. 

      Floor

    • B. 

      Wall

    • C. 

      Foof

    • D. 

      Column

  • 17. 
    Arrange the following sentences to make a good paragraph!
    1. The bird was quite small (about 11-12 cm) and it had a small beak.
    2. Its belly was yellow and its wings were blue.
    3. It had a small blue cap on top its head.
    4. Its back was a greeny-yellow and white head.
    5. Yesterday, I saw a bird in a garden.
    6. Its eyes were black.
    7. It was a very colorful bird.
    • A. 

      5-1-7-2-4-6-3

    • B. 

      5-6-2-7-1-3-4

    • C. 

      5-2-6-4-7-1-3

    • D. 

      5-1-4-3-2-6-7

  • 18. 
    Gemblong (Sugar-coated Black Rice Cakes) Ingredients:• 125 g (1 ¼ cups) black glutinous rice flour• Pinch of salt• 50 g (1/2 cup) young grated coconut• 100 ml (scant ½ cup) thin coconut milk, warmed• ½ tablespoon slaked lime water• Oil for deep frying Sugar coating:• 75 g (1/3 cup) sugar• 2 tablespoons water Methods:1. Mix black glutinous rice flour, salt and grated coconut in a small mixing bowl. Pour the        lime juice and warm coconut milk into the mixture. Then, mix with your hands in the            bowl to get fairly soft, pliable dough. If the dough seems crumbly, put a few more drops      of water.2. Squeeze it for a few minutes until the mixture is smooth. Then, divide the dough into 10      to 12 pieces. Roll the pieces in your hands into oval shapes and flatten them to be                about 1 cm thick.3. Heat oil to a depth of 2 ½ cm over medium heat and fry the cakes for 3 to 4 minutes.            Then drain them on absorbent paper.4. Mix the sugar and water in a small, heavy based saucepan and boil the mixture until the     syrup is thick and the surface is full of large bubbles. Put the cakes in the sugar syrup         for sometime. Then take the cakes out until the sugar hardens on the surface. Finally,          put the cakes onto a plate to cool. Where will you pour the mixture of lime water and coconut milk?
    • A. 

      In a small mixing bowl

    • B. 

      In fairly soft, pliable dough

    • C. 

      In a mixture of water and dough

    • D. 

      In a mixture of rice flour, salt and grated coconut

  • 19. 
    Gemblong (Sugar-coated Black Rice Cakes) Ingredients:• 125 g (1 ¼ cups) black glutinous rice flour• Pinch of salt• 50 g (1/2 cup) young grated coconut• 100 ml (scant ½ cup) thin coconut milk, warmed• ½ tablespoon slaked lime water• Oil for deep frying Sugar coating:• 75 g (1/3 cup) sugar• 2 tablespoons water Methods:1. Mix black glutinous rice flour, salt and grated coconut in a small mixing bowl. Pour the lime juice and warm coconut milk into the mixture. Then, mix with your hands in the bowl to get fairly soft, pliable dough. If the dough seems crumbly, put a few more drops of water.2. Squeeze it for a few minutes until the mixture is smooth. Then, divide the dough into 10 to 12 pieces. Roll the pieces in your hands into oval shapes and flatten them to be about 1 cm thick.3. Heat oil to a depth of 2 ½ cm over medium heat and fry the cakes for 3 to 4 minutes. Then drain them on absorbent paper.4. Mix the sugar and water in a small, heavy based saucepan and boil the mixture until the syrup is thick and the surface is full of large bubbles. Put the cakes in the sugar syrup for sometime. Then take the cakes out until the sugar hardens on the surface. Finally, put the cakes onto a plate to cool.The underlined word in “Roll in your hands into oval shapes and put them to flatten to about 1 cm thickness.” means.…
    • A. 

      Make something flat

    • B. 

      Destroy a building

    • C. 

      Defeat someone

    • D. 

      Hit someone

  • 20. 
    For number 20 arrange the following words into a good sentence!  having – a tug – and – war – competition – the – people – are                     1            2           3        4               5                   6           7          8
    • A. 

      6 – 7 – 8 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 5 – 4

    • B. 

      6 – 7 – 8 – 1 – 5 – 3 – 4 – 2

    • C. 

      1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 5

    • D. 

      6 – 7 – 8 – 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5

  • 21. 
       Edinburgh, 19 November 2016                                                               Dear John,I told you that I was going to England, but actually I was heading for Scotland. I applied for a job and I went for an interview yesterday. The manager and the factory supervisor interviewed me. At first I found it difficult to understand them but I managed to answer all their questions. I’ll know on Friday before I return whether I get the job or not.Tomorrow I plan to go to the National Museum of Scotland, the Palace of Holy Roodhouse, the Queen’s residence when she’s in Scotland. I’m going to spent a few more days here enjoying the city which I hope will become my home for the next few years.I’ll ring you when I hear something about my job on Friday.  Bye,PeterWhere is Peter writing the letter from?
    • A. 

      Edinburgh

    • B. 

      Scotland

    • C. 

      England

    • D. 

      His home

  • 22. 
     Edinburgh, 19 November 2016                                                               Dear John,I told you that I was going to England, but actually I was heading for Scotland. I applied for a job and I went for an interview yesterday. The manager and the factory supervisor interviewed me. At first I found it difficult to understand them but I managed to answer all their questions. I’ll know on Friday before I return whether I get the job or not.Tomorrow I plan to go to the National Museum of Scotland, the Palace of Holy Roodhouse, the Queen’s residence when she’s in Scotland. I’m going to spent a few more days here enjoying the city which I hope will become my home for the next few years.I’ll ring you when I hear something about my job on Friday.  Bye,PeterWe know that Peter …
    • A. 

      Will call his friend after getting a job

    • B. 

      Hopes to stay in Edinburgh for a few days.

    • C. 

      Will get the interview result on Friday

    • D. 

      Will go to see National Museum in Edinburgh

  • 23. 
    Covent Garden is one of the most popular parts of London. Tourists and Londoners, adults and kids – they all enjoy the great shops, restaurants and cafes, and, most of all, they love the street performers. At Covent Garden, you can see some of the best street performers in the world. There are jugglers, clowns, magicians, living statues, musicians – the list goes on and on!Before they can perform there, performers have to pass a test (it doesn’t cost anything). The shows are free and performers don’t go round and collect money – but most people throw money into the hat! The performers can keep all the money. Sometimes the audience is small but often there are big crowds, and there’s a lot of money at the end of the show.Chantelle plays the violin in an orchestra, but she prefers Covent Garden! “The Crowds are always great here, she says, “and the money’s better than my orchestra job!What do performers have to do before they can perform in Covent Garden?
    • A. 

      Pass the test

    • B. 

      Collect money

    • C. 

      Pay some money

    • D. 

      Pass the test and pay

  • 24. 
    Covent Garden is one of the most popular parts of London. Tourists and Londoners, adults and kids – they all enjoy the great shops, restaurants and cafes, and, most of all, they love the street performers. At Covent Garden, you can see some of the best street performers in the world. There are jugglers, clowns, magicians, living statues, musicians – the list goes on and on!Before they can perform there, performers have to pass a test (it doesn’t cost anything). The shows are free and performers don’t go round and collect money – but most people throw money into the hat! The performers can keep all the money. Sometimes the audience is small but often there are big crowds, and there’s a lot of money at the end of the show.Chantelle plays the violin in an orchestra, but she prefers Covent Garden! “The Crowds are always great here, she says, “and the money’s better than my orchestra job!Chantelle plays in Covent Garden because ….
    • A. 

      She needs money

    • B. 

      She hasn’t got a job

    • C. 

      Her orchestra plays there

    • D. 

      The crowds and money are great

  • 25. 
    Covent Garden is one of the most popular parts of London. Tourists and Londoners, adults and kids – they all enjoy the great shops, restaurants and cafes, and, most of all, they love the street performers. At Covent Garden, you can see some of the best street performers in the world. There are jugglers, clowns, magicians, living statues, musicians – the list goes on and on!Before they can perform there, performers have to pass a test (it doesn’t cost anything). The shows are free and performers don’t go round and collect money – but most people throw money into the hat! The performers can keep all the money. Sometimes the audience is small but often there are big crowds, and there’s a lot of money at the end of the show.Chantelle plays the violin in an orchestra, but she prefers Covent Garden! “The Crowds are always great here, she says, “and the money’s better than my orchestra job!“ Before they can perform there, …. “ (paragraph 2)The word ‘they’ refers to …. 
    • A. 

      People

    • B. 

      Tourists

    • C. 

      Performers

    • D. 

      Londoners

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