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Soal Online Bahasa Inggris Untuk Tingkat Sma

Soal Online Bahasa Inggris untuk tingkat SMA


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  • 1. 
    • Adinda : Who opened my personal diary? Is that you?
    • Yogi : I’m sorry. I have made a mistake
    • Adinda : You should not do that. It’s my privacy.
    The underlined sentence expresses ....
    • A. 

      Blaming

    • B. 

      Admitting a mistake

    • C. 

      Accusing

    • D. 

      Sadness

    • E. 

      Regret

  • 2. 
    • Ahmad Dadi        : I want you to swear that you won’t drive a car anymore until you have a lisence. Do you agree with that?
    • Doelah         : You have my word on it.
    What does Doelah mean? 
    • A. 

      He promises to his father.

    • B. 

      He will try to drive safely.

    • C. 

      He won’t go by car again.

    • D. 

      He gets angry.

    • E. 

      He complains to his father

  • 3. 
    • Budi    :  I think .... . My newspaper tore.
    • Agam : How come? You yourself stepped on it. Don’t accuse me.
    • Budi   : But you made it worse.
    The appropriate expression to complete the dialog is .... 
    • A. 

      Have you done anything to

    • B. 

      I have made a mistake

    • C. 

      Sorry

    • D. 

      You are the one to blame

    • E. 

      It’s none of your business

  • 4. 
    • Susan   :  It must have been you who broke my glass. Who else?
    • Andre    : No, It’s not me. I’ve just arrived.
    • Susan   : But you’re the one who sit here.
    • Andre    : When I took a seat, I found the glass had broken.
           The underlined sentence expresses .... 
    • A. 

      Conclusing

    • B. 

      Blaming

    • C. 

      Admitting a mistake

    • D. 

      Accussing

    • E. 

      Angry

  • 5. 
    • Keke         : I got 80 for my English exam. What about you?
    • Fada         : I got 40. I’m afraid I can’t pass my exam.
    • Keke   : . . . .
           What is the suitable response to say next? 
    • A. 

      You should participate in the exam.

    • B. 

      You must study hard from right now.

    • C. 

      Don’t forget the exam day.

    • D. 

      Why don’t you get 80 for the exam?

    • E. 

      Why don’t you get 80 for the exam?

  • 6. 
    • Man               : I’m sorry to say this, but your coffee is too sweet.
    • Woman    : Sorry. I’ve been so careless.
           The underlined sentence is the respond the expression of .... 
    • A. 

      Accusing someone

    • B. 

      Blaming someone

    • C. 

      Admitting mistake

    • D. 

      Complaining

    • E. 

      Promising

  • 7. 
    • X    :    Could you open the dictionary now?
    • Y   : Yes. What word are you looking for?
    • X   : What is the meaning of “officiousness”?
           What does the underlined expression mean? 
    • A. 

      Giving help.

    • B. 

      Giving suggestion.

    • C. 

      Complaint.

    • D. 

      Making request.

    • E. 

      They are buying a dictionary.

  • 8. 
    1. It was a mystery. Every evening, the king’s beautiful daughter was locked in her room, and every morning, her shoes are worn out from dancing too much.
    2. The king offered a great reward to whoever could solve this mystery. Many people tried, but in vain; then a long came a young man who had a magic cloak that could make invisible. He got it from a godmother, a good witch.
    3. When evening came, the young man put on his magic cloak and stayed besides the bed of the sleeping girl. In the night, he saw the princess rise from her bed like a sleep –walker and enter a secret passage which opened up in the wall. Without hesitation, the man followed her.
    4. They crossed a mysterious underground garden. At the end of the long avenue, there stood a castle, gleaming with lights, and there the princess was awaited by the Prince of the Night. A great ball began at once.
    5. The invisible young man hurried back to the king and told him of all that he had seen. When the princess returned at dawn, she found her father waiting, together with the young man and his godmother. The good witch took away the spell that made the princess dance all night and cast another one on her, which caused her to fall in love with her brave godson.
    • What made the young man  invisible?
    • A. 

      His magic cloak

    • B. 

      His opening wall

    • C. 

      The mystery

    • D. 

      His secret passage

    • E. 

      His being helped by godmother

  • 9. 
    1. It was a mystery. Every evening, the king’s beautiful daughter was locked in her room, and every morning, her shoes are worn out from dancing too much.
    2. The king offered a great reward to whoever could solve this mystery. Many people tried, but in vain; then a long came a young man who had a magic cloak that could make invisible. He got it from a godmother, a good witch.
    3. When evening came, the young man put on his magic cloak and stayed besides the bed of the sleeping girl. In the night, he saw the princess rise from her bed like a sleep –walker and enter a secret passage which opened up in the wall. Without hesitation, the man followed her.
    4. They crossed a mysterious underground garden. At the end of the long avenue, there stood a castle, gleaming with lights, and there the princess was awaited by the Prince of the Night. A great ball began at once.
    5. The invisible young man hurried back to the king and told him of all that he had seen. When the princess returned at dawn, she found her father waiting, together with the young man and his godmother. The good witch took away the spell that made the princess dance all night and cast another one on her, which caused her to fall in love with her brave godson.
     
    • “ ... the a long came a young man who had a magic cloak that could make invisible.
    • What does the underlined word mean?
    • A. 

      Cannot be heard

    • B. 

      Cannot be tasted

    • C. 

      Cannot be explained

    • D. 

      Cannot be seen

    • E. 

      Cannot be smelt

  • 10. 
    1. It was a mystery. Every evening, the king’s beautiful daughter was locked in her room, and every morning, her shoes are worn out from dancing too much.
    2. The king offered a great reward to whoever could solve this mystery. Many people tried, but in vain; then a long came a young man who had a magic cloak that could make invisible. He got it from a godmother, a good witch.
    3. When evening came, the young man put on his magic cloak and stayed besides the bed of the sleeping girl. In the night, he saw the princess rise from her bed like a sleep –walker and enter a secret passage which opened up in the wall. Without hesitation, the man followed her.
    4. They crossed a mysterious underground garden. At the end of the long avenue, there stood a castle, gleaming with lights, and there the princess was awaited by the Prince of the Night. A great ball began at once.
    5. The invisible young man hurried back to the king and told him of all that he had seen. When the princess returned at dawn, she found her father waiting, together with the young man and his godmother. The good witch took away the spell that made the princess dance all night and cast another one on her, which caused her to fall in love with her brave godson.
    • They crossed a mysterious underground garden. The word “they” refers to ....
    • A. 

      The king and the young man

    • B. 

      The young man and his magic cloak

    • C. 

      The young man and the princess

    • D. 

      The princess and the prince of the night

    • E. 

      The young man and his godmother

  • 11. 
    1. It was a mystery. Every evening, the king’s beautiful daughter was locked in her room, and every morning, her shoes are worn out from dancing too much.
    2. The king offered a great reward to whoever could solve this mystery. Many people tried, but in vain; then a long came a young man who had a magic cloak that could make invisible. He got it from a godmother, a good witch.
    3. When evening came, the young man put on his magic cloak and stayed besides the bed of the sleeping girl. In the night, he saw the princess rise from her bed like a sleep –walker and enter a secret passage which opened up in the wall. Without hesitation, the man followed her.
    4. They crossed a mysterious underground garden. At the end of the long avenue, there stood a castle, gleaming with lights, and there the princess was awaited by the Prince of the Night. A great ball began at once.
    5. The invisible young man hurried back to the king and told him of all that he had seen. When the princess returned at dawn, she found her father waiting, together with the young man and his godmother. The good witch took away the spell that made the princess dance all night and cast another one on her, which caused her to fall in love with her brave godson.
    • What did the godmother do to save the king’s daughter?
    • A. 

      Forced her to love her son

    • B. 

      Gave the princess a magic cloak

    • C. 

      Gave another spell to make her love his son

    • D. 

      Gave advice to the young man

    • E. 

      Fought with the Prince of the Night

  • 12. 
    Sanyo’s Coffee San             Sanyo’s Coffee San is the only 10-cup coffee maker with a coffee grinder built in. So you get freshly ground coffee every time. Just pour in whole beans, set the timer, and a perfect pot off coffee will be waiting for you tomorrow morning.                                       
    • What does the text mainly tell us about?
    • A. 

      Coffee pot.

    • B. 

      Coffee beans.

    • C. 

      Ground coffee.

    • D. 

      Coffee grinder.

    • E. 

      Coffee maker.

  • 13. 
    Sanyo’s Coffee San is the only 10-cup coffee maker with a coffee grinder built in. So you get freshly ground coffee every time. Just pour in whole beans, set the timer, and a perfect pot off coffee will be waiting for you tomorrow morning.
    • “Sanyo’s Coffee San is the only 10-cup coffee maker with a coffee grinder built in.
    What is the synonym of the underlined word? 
    • A. 

      Separated.

    • B. 

      Detachable.

    • C. 

      Component.

    • D. 

      Main

    • E. 

      Addition

  • 14. 
    • A flood happens when too much rain falls. A flood is a great flowing or overflowing of water onto land that is not usually submerged.
    • A flood happens when too much rain, brought by storms and strong winds, falls and cannot be absorbed by the soil. Rivers burst their banks and the water spills onto the land.
    • Floods happen when the water rises in the rivers and streams and overflows onto normally dry land. A flash flood is a quick flood caused by a sudden cloudburst or thunder storm. Huge amounts of water fall in a short time and in cities and towns, the drains overflow and roads become flooded. Flash floods also happen in mountainous areas, where steep slopes cause the water to travel at high speeds. The rushing water erodes the soil, washing it away down the slopers. Flash floods often occur rapidly and with little warning.
    • Floods sometimes occur when artificial structures such as dams fail. If the dam is poorly designed or built in a place where earthquakes and landslides occur, the dam will break and the water floods the land.
    • When flood the waters rise, slowly people have time to get ready. They can move themselves and some of their property to higher ground, or build barriers to keep the water out of their homes. Sometimes the water rises quickly and people and cars get caught in the flood. Water gets into buildings causing damage, things are washed away, and people have to leave their homes.
                                                                                            Taken from: www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/floods.htm.What is a flood? 
    • A. 

      It is a great flowing or overflowing of water onto land that is usually submerged.

    • B. 

      It happens too much rain falls.

    • C. 

      It is the rising water in the rivers and streams and overflows onto normally dry land.

    • D. 

      It is the rushing water that erodes the soil.

    • E. 

      It is a great flowing or overflowing of water onto land that is not usually submerged.

  • 15. 
    • A flood happens when too much rain falls. A flood is a great flowing or overflowing of water onto land that is not usually submerged.
    • A flood happens when too much rain, brought by storms and strong winds, falls and cannot be absorbed by the soil. Rivers burst their banks and the water spills onto the land.
    • Floods happen when the water rises in the rivers and streams and overflows onto normally dry land. A flash flood is a quick flood caused by a sudden cloudburst or thunder storm. Huge amounts of water fall in a short time and in cities and towns, the drains overflow and roads become flooded. Flash floods also happen in mountainous areas, where steep slopes cause the water to travel at high speeds. The rushing water erodes the soil, washing it away down the slopers. Flash floods often occur rapidly and with little warning.
    • Floods sometimes occur when artificial structures such as dams fail. If the dam is poorly designed or built in a place where earthquakes and landslides occur, the dam will break and the water floods the land.
    • When flood the waters rise, slowly people have time to get ready. They can move themselves and some of their property to higher ground, or build barriers to keep the water out of their homes. Sometimes the water rises quickly and people and cars get caught in the flood. Water gets into buildings causing damage, things are washed away, and people have to leave their homes.
                                                                                            Taken from: www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/floods.htm.What happen if flash floods happen in mountainous area?
    • A. 

      The russing water erodes the soil, washing it away down the slopes.

    • B. 

      The rushing water burst the soil, spill the slopers.

    • C. 

      The water rises quickly and people get caught in the flood.

    • D. 

      The water to travel at low speeds.

    • E. 

      The rushing water pure the soil, washing it away down the slopes.

  • 16. 
    • A flood happens when too much rain falls. A flood is a great flowing or overflowing of water onto land that is not usually submerged.
    • A flood happens when too much rain, brought by storms and strong winds, falls and cannot be absorbed by the soil. Rivers burst their banks and the water spills onto the land.
    • Floods happen when the water rises in the rivers and streams and overflows onto normally dry land. A flash flood is a quick flood caused by a sudden cloudburst or thunder storm. Huge amounts of water fall in a short time and in cities and towns, the drains overflow and roads become flooded. Flash floods also happen in mountainous areas, where steep slopes cause the water to travel at high speeds. The rushing water erodes the soil, washing it away down the slopers. Flash floods often occur rapidly and with little warning.
    • Floods sometimes occur when artificial structures such as dams fail. If the dam is poorly designed or built in a place where earthquakes and landslides occur, the dam will break and the water floods the land.
    • When flood the waters rise, slowly people have time to get ready. They can move themselves and some of their property to higher ground, or build barriers to keep the water out of their homes. Sometimes the water rises quickly and people and cars get caught in the flood. Water gets into buildings causing damage, things are washed away, and people have to leave their homes.
                                                                         Taken from: www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/floods.htm.The following statements which is true according to the text above is .... 
    • A. 

      Huge amounts of water fall in a long time and in cities and towns, the drain overflow and roads become flooded.

    • B. 

      A flood happens when too much rain, brought by storms and weak winds, falls and can be absorbed by the soil.

    • C. 

      A flash flood is a low flood caused by a sudden cloudburst or thunder storm.

    • D. 

      If the dam is not poorly designed or built in a place where earthquakes and lanslides occur, the dam will not break and the water floods the land.

    • E. 

      Sometimes the water rises quickly and people and cars get caught in the flood.

  • 17. 
    • A flood happens when too much rain falls. A flood is a great flowing or overflowing of water onto land that is not usually submerged.
    • A flood happens when too much rain, brought by storms and strong winds, falls and cannot be absorbed by the soil. Rivers burst their banks and the water spills onto the land.
    • Floods happen when the water rises in the rivers and streams and overflows onto normally dry land. A flash flood is a quick flood caused by a sudden cloudburst or thunder storm. Huge amounts of water fall in a short time and in cities and towns, the drains overflow and roads become flooded. Flash floods also happen in mountainous areas, where steep slopes cause the water to travel at high speeds. The rushing water erodes the soil, washing it away down the slopers. Flash floods often occur rapidly and with little warning.
    • Floods sometimes occur when artificial structures such as dams fail. If the dam is poorly designed or built in a place where earthquakes and landslides occur, the dam will break and the water floods the land.
    • When flood the waters rise, slowly people have time to get ready. They can move themselves and some of their property to higher ground, or build barriers to keep the water out of their homes. Sometimes the water rises quickly and people and cars get caught in the flood. Water gets into buildings causing damage, things are washed away, and people have to leave their homes.
                                                                                            Taken from: www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/floods.htm.The following are the effects of floods, EXCEPT .... 
    • A. 

      Water gets into buildings causing damage.

    • B. 

      Some Children feel happy and healthy.

    • C. 

      Things are washed away.

    • D. 

      People have to leave their homes

    • E. 

      Many diseases after flood

  • 18. 
    2rd December 2013Harmonic Texchindo Agung Company Inc12 Cut Nyak Dien Street, West JavaDear  Ronaldo Strochoz,       Your enthusiasm and your ability to motivate your employee has resulted in a significant increase in productivity.       If we had an award to give, you would be the prime candidate.       Please accept my deepest  appreciation for the fine job you are doing in our sales department.Sincerely  yoursRaymona Del PierroWhat does the letter mainly discuss .... 
    • A. 

      Motivating an employee

    • B. 

      The increasing productivity

    • C. 

      The success of the company

    • D. 

      An appreciation for someone

    • E. 

      An award to be given to someone

  • 19. 
    2rd December 2013Harmonic Texchindo Agung Company Inc12 Cut Nyak Dien Street, West JavaDear  Ronaldo Strochoz,       Your enthusiasm and your ability to motivate your employee has resulted in a significant increase in productivity.       If we had an award to give, you would be the prime candidate.       Please accept my deepest  appreciation for the fine job you are doing in our sales department.Sincerely  yoursRaymona Del PierroWhat is the purpose of this letter ?
    • A. 

      To announce the employee to increase their productivity

    • B. 

      To give an appreciation for a good staff

    • C. 

      To motivate all the employees

    • D. 

      To invite all the employees to be hard workers

    • E. 

      To increase the motivation of all workers

  • 20. 
    • If you’re considering a job as a television reporter, you may already know that there are advantages and disadvantages. It’s important to look at both sides before determining whether this is truly the job for you.
    • This kind of television journalism job also offers excitement and fun. To be on a case, investigating a story and searching for the truth can be exhilarating and exciting.
    • Moreover, the pay depends on what level of reporting you’re at. Obviously, more popular faces will get paid more because more people tune in to watch the reporter. Making a name for yourself can really kickstart your career and help it become very benefical for you. This is also a great stepping stone into other types of journalism, from writing jobs to news shows to talk shows.
    • There’s also the benefit of really being able to help solve cases and ensure that the public is informed – depending upon what type of television reporter job you secure. To realize you’re doing a good thing is very rewarding in any job.
    • Not only is television reporting a very demanding job, but it can come with extremely long hours. This means less time with family and loved ones, which can obviously put strain on relationships.
    • In some cases, television reporting can also be dangerous. If you’re chasing stories that are related to crimes, there’s always the risk of injury, or death.
    • Another con is that television reporting comes with its own set of discriminations. Individuals who are considered nice looking and attractive will have a higher chance of succeeding, because the public would rather tune in to watch an attractive person report the news.
    • All in all, you need to look at your own desire and determine whether it’s truly important to you to pursue this industry.
    What is the purpose of the text?
    • A. 

      To describe a television reporter’s job.

    • B. 

      To explain why a television reporter’s job is interesting.

    • C. 

      To discuss the profession of a television reporter from two points of view.

    • D. 

      To criticize a television reporter’s job.

    • E. 

      To explain how a television reporter does his/her job.

  • 21. 
    • If you’re considering a job as a television reporter, you may already know that there are advantages and disadvantages. It’s important to look at both sides before determining whether this is truly the job for you.
    • This kind of television journalism job also offers excitement and fun. To be on a case, investigating a story and searching for the truth can be exhilarating and exciting.
    • Moreover, the pay depends on what level of reporting you’re at. Obviously, more popular faces will get paid more because more people tune in to watch the reporter. Making a name for yourself can really kickstart your career and help it become very benefical for you. This is also a great stepping stone into other types of journalism, from writing jobs to news shows to talk shows.
    • There’s also the benefit of really being able to help solve cases and ensure that the public is informed – depending upon what type of television reporter job you secure. To realize you’re doing a good thing is very rewarding in any job.
    • Not only is television reporting a very demanding job, but it can come with extremely long hours. This means less time with family and loved ones, which can obviously put strain on relationships.
    • In some cases, television reporting can also be dangerous. If you’re chasing stories that are related to crimes, there’s always the risk of injury, or death.
    • Another con is that television reporting comes with its own set of discriminations. Individuals who are considered nice looking and attractive will have a higher chance of succeeding, because the public would rather tune in to watch an attractive person report the news.
    • All in all, you need to look at your own desire and determine whether it’s truly important to you to pursue this industry.
    What is the main idea of paragraph six? 
    • A. 

      A television reporter’s free time to meet his/her family.

    • B. 

      The risk of danger which a television reporter may face.

    • C. 

      Chances of being successful in a television reporter’s job.

    • D. 

      The happiness of being a television reporter.

    • E. 

      Discrimination among television reporters.

  • 22. 
    • If you’re considering a job as a television reporter, you may already know that there are advantages and disadvantages. It’s important to look at both sides before determining whether this is truly the job for you.
    • This kind of television journalism job also offers excitement and fun. To be on a case, investigating a story and searching for the truth can be exhilarating and exciting.
    • Moreover, the pay depends on what level of reporting you’re at. Obviously, more popular faces will get paid more because more people tune in to watch the reporter. Making a name for yourself can really kickstart your career and help it become very benefical for you. This is also a great stepping stone into other types of journalism, from writing jobs to news shows to talk shows.
    • There’s also the benefit of really being able to help solve cases and ensure that the public is informed – depending upon what type of television reporter job you secure. To realize you’re doing a good thing is very rewarding in any job.
    • Not only is television reporting a very demanding job, but it can come with extremely long hours. This means less time with family and loved ones, which can obviously put strain on relationships.
    • In some cases, television reporting can also be dangerous. If you’re chasing stories that are related to crimes, there’s always the risk of injury, or death.
    • Another con is that television reporting comes with its own set of discriminations. Individuals who are considered nice looking and attractive will have a higher chance of succeeding, because the public would rather tune in to watch an attractive person report the news.
    • All in all, you need to look at your own desire and determine whether it’s truly important to you to pursue this industry.
    “. . . and help it become very benefical for you.” (Paragraph 3)What is the synonym of the underlined word? 
    • A. 

      Advantageous.

    • B. 

      Important.

    • C. 

      Worthy.

    • D. 

      Good.

    • E. 

      Easy.

  • 23. 
    • If you’re considering a job as a television reporter, you may already know that there are advantages and disadvantages. It’s important to look at both sides before determining whether this is truly the job for you.
    • This kind of television journalism job also offers excitement and fun. To be on a case, investigating a story and searching for the truth can be exhilarating and exciting.
    • Moreover, the pay depends on what level of reporting you’re at. Obviously, more popular faces will get paid more because more people tune in to watch the reporter. Making a name for yourself can really kickstart your career and help it become very benefical for you. This is also a great stepping stone into other types of journalism, from writing jobs to news shows to talk shows.
    • There’s also the benefit of really being able to help solve cases and ensure that the public is informed – depending upon what type of television reporter job you secure. To realize you’re doing a good thing is very rewarding in any job.
    • Not only is television reporting a very demanding job, but it can come with extremely long hours. This means less time with family and loved ones, which can obviously put strain on relationships.
    • In some cases, television reporting can also be dangerous. If you’re chasing stories that are related to crimes, there’s always the risk of injury, or death.
    • Another con is that television reporting comes with its own set of discriminations. Individuals who are considered nice looking and attractive will have a higher chance of succeeding, because the public would rather tune in to watch an attractive person report the news.
    • All in all, you need to look at your own desire and determine whether it’s truly important to you to pursue this industry.
    Which of the statements is NOT TRUE? 
    • A. 

      A television reporter’s job offers happiness.

    • B. 

      More popular faces may get more payment.

    • C. 

      A television reporter may work long hours.

    • D. 

      A television reporter spends much time with his/her family.

    • E. 

      A television reporter’s job can be a stepping stone for a better career in journalism.

  • 24. 
    • The waiter         :  Here is your order, Miss.
    • Customer           : Wait a second! This is not my order. I said a bowl of noodle, not a bowl of porridge.
    • The waiter           :           ... I will take your order.
    The suitable expression to complete the dialog is .... 
    • A. 

      Oh, I admit I was wrong. Sorry.

    • B. 

      Oh, I’m sure.

    • C. 

      Oh, how could it happen?

    • D. 

      Really?

    • E. 

      I must complain about it.

  • 25. 
    • Man               : I want to talk to the manager
    • Woman         : I’m the manager, Sir.
    • Man                : Someone should clean the toilet.
    • Woman    : ...
           The most suitable expression is .... 
    • A. 

      I promise you that it possibly happens

    • B. 

      I’m sorry, It’s not my duty.

    • C. 

      I’m sorry, we’ll clean it soon.

    • D. 

      I swear it’s not ours

    • E. 

      Give me a promise, please!

  • 26. 
    • Woman        : Who tore my magazine? Is that you?
    • Man      :         I’m sorry for my a mistake.
    • Woman :        Okay. Just don’t do it again.
           What do we learn from the dialogue? 
    • A. 

      The woman accused the man

    • B. 

      The woman tore the magazine

    • C. 

      The man admits his mistake

    • D. 

      The man accused the woman

    • E. 

      The woman admits her mistake

  • 27. 
    • Valdis    :  It must have been you who cut my flowers.
    • Bela      :  You’re wrong.
    • Valdis   :  You said that you didn’t like flowers.
    • Bela      :   It’s true but I didn’t cut your flowers.
           The underlined sentence is show the expression of .... 
    • A. 

      Blaming someone

    • B. 

      Admitting mistake

    • C. 

      Accusing someone

    • D. 

      Promising

    • E. 

      Complaining

  • 28. 
    • Police    : Yes, Madam, what can I do for you?
    • Woman : I want to report. I parked my car in the parking lot.
           When I got back, the car wasn’t there .... 
    • A. 

      It has stolen

    • B. 

      It was stolen

    • C. 

      It will be stolen

    • D. 

      It should be stolen

    • E. 

      It stoles

  • 29. 
    If Andy had come to the reunion party, he would have met his old friends.From the sentence, we know the fact that .... 
    • A. 

      Andy attended to the reunion party, so he met his friends.

    • B. 

      Andy didn’t attend the reunion party, but he met his friends.

    • C. 

      Andy doesn’t like party.

    • D. 

      Andy came late, so he didn’t meet his friends.

    • E. 

      Andy didn’t attend the party, so he didn’t meet his friends.

  • 30. 
    Arrange the following sentences into a good paragraph.
    1. (1)Hoping to die in battle, he would fight in the front line, exposing himself without any worry for his life.
    2. (2)If you want to be truly great, you must not be scared of dying, you must be daring.
    3. (3)There was once a Greek man who suffered from a deadly disease.
    4. (4)On the day of presentation, he was looking very down and sad. He told the general about his deadly disease.
    5. (5)But from that day onwards, the soldier was no longer seen at the front. He would always avoid danger and tried his best to avoid danger and protect his life.
    6. (6)Knowing that he would die soon, he was the first to join the army when his country was in a battle with the enemy.
    7. (7)His general decided to promote him and award him with medals of bravery and honour.
    8. (8)The general didn’t want the soldier to die, so he hired the best physician and finally cured the soldier.
    9. (9)Eventually, they won the battle and he was still alive.
    • A. 

      3–1–9–7–4–6–8–5–2

    • B. 

      3–6–1–7–4–8–5–2–9

    • C. 

      3–6–1–9–7–4–8–5–2

    • D. 

      3–6–4–9–7–1–8–5–2

    • E. 

      3–6–1–9–7–4–5–2–8