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how to make nasi kuning

Ingredients :
2 1/2 teaspoons turmeric powder
1 teaspoon salt
Water
400 ml (1 2/3 cups) coconut milk
4 kaffir lime leaves, crumpled
1 stalk lemongrass, bruised and tied into a knot
1 bay leaf
3 cups rice, washed

Garnish :
Egg omelette, cut into ribbons
1 small cucumber, peeled and cut into circles
Fried shallots

Steps:
1. Dissolve the turmeric and salt in 125 ml (1/2 cup) warm water, then add the coconut milk.
2. In the rice cooker, combine the tumeric-coconut milk mixture and the remaining ingredients. Add
enough water to reach the 3 cup line in the pot. Stir to mix.
3. Turn the rice cooker on and let it cook.
4. When the rice is done, remove the lemongrass and leaves. Scoop onton a serving plate and garnish
with omelette ribbons, cucumber slicesand shallots.(serves; 6 portions)

1. What should we do after dissolving the turmeric and salt?


a. Combine the remaining ingredients b. Add the coconut milk
c. Turn the rice cooker on d. Remove the lemongrass
2. While preparing the ingredients, what should we do with the lemongrass?
a. Tied them into a knot b. Cut them into ribbons
c. Cut them into circles d. Soak them in water
3. Which of following ingredients do we NOT need to put on a serving plate?
a. Shallots b. Cucumber slices c. Lemongrass d. Omelette
4. If we intend to serve 12 portions, how many cups of rice do we need?
a. 3 b. 6 c. 9 d. 12

Dear Bryan,
Remember you wont pass the final examination unless you study harder. Do your best
son.

Mom
5. What does Bryans mother want him to do?
a. To remember the final exam b. To pass the final exam
c. To do the final exam d. To study harder
6. Remember you wont pass the
The underlined word is closest in meaning to
a. Finish b. Succeed c. Perform d. Complete
The Legend of Minos, King of Crete

Once upon a time there lived a very 24)________king, named the King of Crete. He had a monster which
was half bull and half man. He 25)________Daedalus, a craftsman from Athens, to build a labyrinth in
order to house the monster. When Daedalus finished his work, he wanted to leave Crete. But the king
would not let him go. Daedalus 26)________through the air by using wings fixed to his body with wax.
He also made wings for his son, Icarus and made him fly 27)________ himself. But the son was so glad
and excited that he soon went too high. As he flew nearer to the sun, it got warmer and warmer until
last the wax 38)________and body fell down into the sea near Troy.

24. a. Escape b. Famous c. Fixed d. Monster e. are

25. a. Ordered b. Behind c. Famous d. Flew e. Fixed

26. a. Escape b. Famous c. Fixed d. Monster e. is

27. a. Ordered b. Behind c. Famous d. Flew e. fixed

28. a. Flew b. Excited c. Melted d. Monster e. are


Yesterday was school sport Day. Maya(8) part in the 400 meters hurdles. She had been training for
there full months because she represented her class. She hoped to win a gold(9)
Maya was very nervous at the(10)point. As soon as the gun went off, everyone started running.
Maya ran as fast as she could and jumped over the hurdles well. She was leading. However, just before
she reached the finish line, she suddenly twisted her ankle. Kneeing on the tracks. Maya cried out. Many
of her friends and teacher who saw what had happened quickly came to help her. Mr. imam, her PE
teacher, quickly bandaged her ankle and sat her down on a bench. Every one was(11)and asked her
how she was.
Though Maya did not win the race, she was pleased to know that she had so many(12)who cared
about her.

8. A. Had B. too
C. put D. got 11. A. happy B. worried
9. A. coin B. money C. excited D. surprised
C. medal D. certificate 12. A. foes B. enemies
10. A. finish B. starting C. friends D. rivals
C. middle D. last

The following text is for questions number 13 to 15.


On a bright sunny day, I went fishing. When I reached the jetty, I put a worm on the hook and threw the
line in and waited for the fish to bite. I was very(13) when I did not catch anything after waiting for
three hours. I pulled the line and to my surprise, there was a small fish at the end of the line. (14) was
so small that I did not feel anything on the line. I was even more surprised when the fish started to talk,
let me go (15) I will turn you into a frog. I was so starled that I just stared at it.
13. A. happy 14. A. he 15. A. and
B. disappointed B. she B. or
C. good C. it C. but
D. interested D. they D. because

The Legend of Lake Toba


There was a fisherman who lived in Batak land. His name was Batara Guru Sahala. When he was angling,
he caught a fish. He was supprised to find that because the fish could talk and it begged to set it free. He
did accordingly. After getting free, the fish changed into a beautiful woman and Sahala fell in love with
her. Sahala asked her to marry him and the woman received him. However she in asked his promised
not to tell anyone the secret that she was once a fish. They were very happy married, got two daughter.
It was a pity on Sahala. One day when he got angry with the daughters of a fish. His wife couldnt forgive
him. Suddenly, the earth began to shake and the volcanoes started to erupt. The earth cracked and
formed a big hole. People said thet the hole became lake Toba.

36. What was the name of the fisherman?

a. Batak land c. Batara Guru Sahala e. a and b correct

b. Batara d. Fish
37. Where did he live?

a. Lake Toba c. Batara e. Batak land

b. The earth d. Anywhere

38. Did he fall in love with her?

a. Yes, he did c. No, he doesnt e. Yes, he is

b. Yes, he does d. No, he did

39. Finally they married, How many children did they have?

a. One daughter c. Two son e. a and c correct

b. two daughter d. One child

40. What kind is the text above?

a. Narrative c. Descriptive e. Spoof

b. Recount d. Procedure

Dear Frank:
It's been said that "A friend in need, is a friend indeed." No words could better describe what your
friendship has meant to us over the years.
Marie and I appreciate your taking the kids out to dinner last Thursday, so that we could be with her mom
at the hospital.
It's wonderful to have friends like you, who are always there for us when we need you most.
Marie and I want you to know that we cherish your friendship. Should you ever need us in any way,
please don't hesitate to call on us.
With warm affection,
Tim and Marie

1. Who took the kids out to dinner? 2. From the text we know that
A. Mary and her mom A. Marie was hospitalized.
B. Tim and Marie B. Frank is Maries brother.
C. Marie C. Tim and Marie were very grateful to Frank.
D. Frank. D. Tim and Marie could not visit Maries mom
in the hospital.

3. Marie and I want you to know that we cherish your friendship. The word cherish means
A. know. B. hate. C. appreciate. D. misunderstand.
20 September 2014
Dear Jamilah,
You are invited to attend a meeting to plan our school anniversary programs. The meeting will be held on
Monday, 22 September 2014 in Student Center.
One of the purposes of the meeting is to brainstorm programs for celebrating our school anniversary and
to decide who will be in-charge-of them. Along with students of Grades 8 and 9, we will also invite Mr.
Jaelani, the vice school principal on academic matters.
If you have any questions about this letter or the meeting, please give me a call at 0812345678 or stop by
my class (Grade 9D).
We look forward to having the meeting with you and other students.

Sincerely,
Siti Aminah
Student Association President
5. What does Them in who will be in-charge-of them refer to?
A. Purposes.
B. Students.
C. You and other students.
D. Programs.
6. Where can Jamilah meet Siti Aminah?
A. In Student center.
B. In 9D classroom.
C. In the meeting.
D. In the anniversary.

Lyme Regis is a beautiful old seaside town, with a lively little harbour, beaches, and lovely walks, either
by the sea or in the country nearby. For children there is the Marine Aquarium and Dinosaur land, and in
summer you can escape from the crowds and relax in the Jane Austen Gardens with beautiful views over
the sea. There are many interesting old streets with cafes and restaurants. The best restaurant is the Pilot
Boat down by the beach, which has very good food and excellent wine.

1. The purpose of the text is ....


a. to describe Lyme Regis
b. to describe the way people live
c. to describe how Lyme Regis is
d. to inform some beautiful places
e. to amuse readers with a beautiful object

2. Many tourists are interested in coming to 3..and in summer you can escape from the
Lyme Regis. This means that Lyme Regis is .... crowds The underlined phrase means ....
a.. amazing d. attractive a. find b. keep
b. excellent e. delightful c. loose d. avoid
c. advantageous e.. release
BANTAENG

Bantaeng (also known as Bontain), 123 km from Ujwig Pandang, is a Makassarese boat-building centre
with a rich maritime history. It was noted as a dependency of the Javanese kingdom of Majapahit and its
ships were mentioned in 14th-century Javanese poetry. It was ceded to the Dutch under the Treaty of
Bungaya in 1667, and became an administrative centre. These days it is a town much like any other, with
fairly ordinary homestay accommodation. North of town, near the village of Bissapu, is a 100-metre-high
waterfall.

5. "It was ceded to the Dutch


The underlined word has almost the same meaning as
a.given
b.offered
c.brought
d.changed
e.accented

6. What is the function of the text? To give


a. information about administrative center "
b. evaluation about the 14"' century Javanesse poetry
c. recommendation about ordinary hornestay accomodation
d. description about Bantaeng, a town 123 km from Ujung Padang
e. explanation about dependency of Javanes Kingdom of Majapahit

7. The main idea of the text is ...


a. Bantaeng is known for its high waterfall.
b. Bantaeng is known for its homestay accommodation.
c. The treaty of Bungaya in 1667 made Bantaeng different.
d. The armada of Majapahit kingdom depended on the boats made in Bantaeng.
e. Bantaeng which is formerly known as a boat building centre has lost its fame.

SANGRI-LA BANGKOK

On the banks of the Chao Phraya, Bangkok's "River of Kings", lies a hotel that has already set new
standards of hospitality for this celebrated city.
Set in magnificently landscaped tropical gardens, the Shangri-La Bangkok provides guests with all the
charm and warmth of the Orient and, at the same time, an unsurpassed range of facilities and leisure
activities.
There is a choice of 12 superb settings in which to wine and dine, a large free-form swimming pool that
overlooks the river, convention and meeting facilities for up to 2.000 people and a 24-flour business
center.
And, from every single guestroom and suite, there is a breathtaking view of all the exotic hustle and
bustle of the fabled "River of Kings".
One might expect such a well-equipped and positioned hotel to be miles away from the city center but, at
the Shangri-La Bangkok. the business district and main shopping areas are mere minutes away.
For more than 200 years, Bangkok's grandeur has been reflected in the waters of the Chao Phraya. Today,
the Shangri-La Bangkok towers beside this majestic river, offers its guests the golden promise of the East.

17.This text mainly focuses on ....


a. Bangkok's grandeur
b. Shangri-La Bangkok
c. Bangkok's "River Kings"
d. the water of the Chao Praya
e. the majestic river in Bangkok

18. Which statement is TRUE?


a. Shangri-La Bangkok is set exclusively.
b. Shangri-La Bangkok is far from business area.
c. The large swimming pool overlooks the mountainous area.
d The convention and the meeting facilities can occupy more than 2000 people.
e. The tower beside the majestic river offers its guests the silver promise of the East.

19. The communicative purpose of this text is ....


a. to describe Chao Praya
b. to retell events for entertainment
c to tell the luxury of Shangri-La Bangkok
d. to present at least two points of view about an issue
e. to inform readers, listeners, or viewers about events of' the day

20. In the second paragraph the writer describes ....


a.the Location of Shangri-La
b.the golden promise of the East
c.the reflection of Bangkok's grandeur
d.the distance of Shangri-la Bangkok's to business district
e.the parts, the qualities and the characteristic of Shangri-La
Spider are predatory invertebrate animals. They are not classified in the class of insect. A spider has eight
legs while an insect never has more than six legs.
Spiders have a body with two main division, four pair of walking legs and two other pairs of
abdominal spinnerets for spinning threads of silk. This silk can be used to aid in climbing, build egg sacs
and catch prey.
Spider kill so many insects, but they never do the least harm to mans belongings. Spiders are
busy for at least half of the year killing insects. It is impossible to find out how many insects they kill,
since they are hungry creatures which cannot be content with only three meals a day.

6. the main idea of paragraph 1 is.. A. Men


A. the predator spiders B. Insect
B. the invertebrate spiders C. Spiders
C. the invertebrate animals D. Animals
D. the classification of insects E. Creatures
E. the classification of spiders 8. .since they are hungry creatures which
cannot be content with only three meals a
7. It is impossible to find out how many day.The same meaning..............
insect they kill, since they are A. sad
The word they in the sentence above B. nice
refers to. C. happy
D. pleased
E. satisfied

What does the above caution mean?


A. Children are playing games around the place.
B. Children are not allowed to play around the area.
C. It is the place for children to play.
D. Be careful because children usually play.

Lightning is a sudden, violent flash of electricity between a cloud and the ground, or from cloud
to cloud.
A lightning flash, or bolt, can be several miles long. It is so hot, with an average
temperature of 34,000 Centigrade that makes the air around it suddenly expand with a loud
blast. This is the thunder we hear. Lightning occurs in hot, wet storms. Moist air is driven up to
great height. It forms a type of cloud called cumolo nimbus. When the cloud rises high enough,
the moisture freezes. And then ice crystals and snowflakes are formed. These begin to fall,
turning to rain on the way down. This rain meets more moist air rising, and it is the friction
between them which produces static electricity. When a cloud is fully charged with this
electricity, it discharges as a lighting flash.

30. What is the main idea of paragraph 1?


A. Lightning is a sudden
B. A lightning flash
C. Electricity between cloud
D. Violent flash of electricity

31. If the cloud rises high enough, there will be ....


A. Wet storms
B. A loud blast
C. A lightning flash
D. Snowflakes

32. A lighting flash, or bolt, can be several miles long. It is so hot,....


What does the italic word refer to?
A. A lighting flash
B. Lightning
C. Electricity
D. Temperature

33. The text tells you about ....


A. The type of cloud
B. The cause of lighting
C. The description of lightning
D. The benefits of lightning

Read the text and complete the paragraph no 44-46

Agnes Monica began (44)... career in entertainment world as a young singer at the age of 6 years.
Since she was (45)... singer, Agnes had released three albums, namely The Meow, Yes! and
Bala-Bala, (46)... She became the most popular singer in the 1990s. Besides singing, Agnes
widens her careers in presenting.

44. A. its
B. your 46. A. make
C. her B. is making
D. his C. will make
45. A. young D. made
B. popular
C. famous
D. best
47. Arrange the words into a correct sentence
brother - was - saw - my crying we little him when
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

A. 741526983
B. 471526938
C. 471259638
D. 741265938

48. Arrange the words into a correct sentence


different they geometric the is hives because live bee in wax
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

A. 4 9 5 1 7 2 8 10 3 11 6
B. 4 9 5 7 1 2 8 10 3 11 6
C. 9 4 5 7 2 1 8 3 6 11 10
D. 9 4 5 1 7 8 2 11 3 10 6

49. Arrange the following sentences into a meaningful passage


1. They are very fast and aerobatic.
2. The echoes that bounce back tell the bats exactly where they find their prey.
3. They spent out high pitched squeals that humans cannot hear.
4. Bats use sound to catch insects in the darkness.
5. Bats are the only mammals that can fly.
6. When they chase after insects, they twist and turn in mid-air.

A. 514623
B. 154263
C. 152463
D. 516432

50. Arrange the following sentences into a meaningful passage.


How to Clean a Refrigerator
1. Never scrape or jab at the ice with a sharp instrument. You may cause serious damage to
the freezing unit. Allow it to melt
2. Either put a flat pn under the freezer to catch the drips or put a large towel in the bottom
of the refrigerator
3. Remove all other food stuff and place on your kitchen counter or in cardboard boxes.
4. Remove all frozen foods and ice cubes trays. If you have a second refrigerator, use it to
temporarily dtore these items. If not, put the foo in a cardboard box and cover it with a
newspaper. Dump the ice cubes.
5. Either put a flat pan under the freezer to catch the drips or put a large towel in the bottom
of refrigerator

A. 3 4 5 2 1 B. 4 3 5 1 2
B. 3 4 5 2 1 D. 4 3 1 5 2