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ENGLISH ASSIGNMENT

MEMBER OF GROUP
BY CLASS XII KU 2 :
DWI CAHYA PISCESSA
ITA SARI
JENNY
SEPTI SISWATI
URAY MAYANG SARI

1. When your sister ?


a. did you see b. do you see c. was you saw d.
had you seen
2. I her two days ago.
a. seeing b. saw c. see d. seed
3. He .. to the meeting on Wednesday because he
was on holiday.
a. comes b. did not came c. did not come d.
does not come
4.My father wanted to watch a soccer match on
television my mother was already watching
another program.
a. but b. whilec. ord. so
5.Where . for your holidays?
a. did you go b. went c. do you went d. was
you go

6. How long .you to drive from Mecca to


Medinna?
a. did it took c. does it take
b. did it take d. do it took
7. Mother Theresa was awarded the Nobel peace prize
in 1979 for her work among the homeless.
The underlined word means .
a. celebrated b. dedicated c. granted d. proved
8.What are they doing?
a. The woman is talking to her friend
b. The man is whispering something to his wife
c. The two woman are using glasses
d. The woman is whispering something to her friend
9. I dont like dogs ___ jump on me.
a. whose b. that c. which d. whom

10. A : Have you heard that uncle Joe will come next
week?
B : Oh. really? When did he tell you?
A : Last week.
The underlined sentence is used to express ..
a. happiness b. surprise c. pleasure d.
enjoyment
11.X : Watch the TV tonight. My daughter is on TV
channel
5 at eight. She always makes me happy.
Y: Sure, I will.
From the underlined words we know that the first
speaker feels......her daughter.
a. angry with
c. worried about

b. proud of d. disappointed at

Question 12 to 14 refer to the following


article.
At present, aeroplanes are playing a very
important role to (12).. one place to another.
People can go round the world just in a two day
flight by the worlds first supersonic airliner,
Concorde, which (13).. at a height of over 18.000
metres and (14).. a speed of over 2.000 km per
hour.
12. a. disjoinb. separate c. connect d. divide
13. a. goes b. drives c. flies
d.
comes
14.a. cuts
c. reaches
b. continues d. moves

15.Mary introduced me to her former lecturer .. she married after


she had graduated.
a. of whom b. whom c. whose d. Who
16.He ..20 years old when he started work.
a. were b. was c. is d. Did
17.Have you seen heard the latest musical by Andrew Lloyd
Webber?
a. but
b. or c. so d. While
18.Jaya : Why are you still here?
Didnt you tell me that you would go to Jakarta today?
Setiadi : I would have been in Jakarta if
the bus had not got an accident.
The underlined utterance means.
a. Setiadi went to Jakarta
c. The bus got an accident
b. Jaya went to Jakarta
d. The bus was safe
19.If I find her address, Iher an invitation.
a. will send
b. would send
c. sent
d. send

Teks 1 Question 20 to 23 !
112 Die in France from July Heat Wave
A heat wave that struck Europe last month
killed 112 people in France, on Thursday,
many of them were elderly. Of the people
whose deaths were attributed to the
sweltering temperatures in France, 66 of
them were age 75 or up. French officials
said, This year people must be more
careful to avoid a repeat of the summer of
2003, when 15,000 people, most of them
elderly, died of heat related causes.

20. Who suffered a lot from the heat wave ?


a. Young people
c. Children
b. Old people d. Women
21.Why were the French officials said that
people must
be more careful about this year heat wave?
a. Because the present condition is worse
that in 2003
b. Because in 2003 more people had died
c. Because they didnt want more people
die
d. Because they were responsible for the
citizens

22. Of the people whose deaths were attributed to the


sweltering
temperatures . . .
The underlined word has almost the same meaning as
the word . . .
a. Comply with
b. Associate with
c. In response to
d. For the sake of
23.What is the newsworthy event of text ?
a. French officials said This year, people must be more
careful to avoid a
repeat of the summer of 2003.
b. A heat wave that struck Europe last month killed 112
people in France,
on Thursday, many of them were elderly.
c. Of the people whose deaths were attributed to the

Text 2 Question 24 to 27 !

United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is a constitutional
monarchy comprising of four constituent
countries; England, Wales, Scotland and Northern
Ireland. The first three situated in Great Britain,
which is an island that lies off the North West
coast of Europe. The island is surrounded by the
Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the North Sea to
the east. Meanwhile, Northern Ireland is located
in Ireland, which is an island that lies off the West
Coast of Great Britain. The island consists of
Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic.

24.The purpose of the text is . . . .


a. To describe the United Kingdom
b. To inform about the United Kingdom
c. To retell about the United Kingdom
d.To explain about the United Kingdom
25.Which country is not situated in Great
Britain?
a. Englandc. Scotland
b. Wales d. Northern Ireland

26.Where is the island of Ireland situated?


It lies off .....
a. The east coast of Great Britain
b. The west coast of Europe
c. The west coast of Great Britain
d. The east coast of North Sea
27.What do you call the text above?
a. Report c. Narrative
b. Description d. Exposition

Text 3 Question 28 to 31 !
I personally believe that libraries are among
humanitys most important institutions for several
reasons.
Firstly, most of humanitys collective knowledge
is stored in libraries. Secondly, libraries protect and
preserve this knowledge. They also classify or
group the materials into logical and easily available
divisions.
Furthermore, libraries make the materials
available to everyone and even provide librarians to
help us find what we need.
Finally, libraries are our link to the past and our
gift to the future.
From the facts above, I conclude that libraries are
important institutions for humanity.

28. Libraries are among humanitys most


important institutions for . . . reasons.
a.One
c..two
b. Three d. Four
29.Libraries also classify or group the
materials
into logical and easily available divisions ....
readers can find the materials easily.
a. Because c. however
b. After d. therefore

30. Libraries are our link to the past and our gift to
the future.
This means that we.....to the past and the future
by libraries.
a. is linked
c. were linked
b. was linked
d. are linked

31. What do you call the text above?


a. Analytical exposition
b. Hortatory exposition
c. Discussion
d. Explanation

Text 4 Question 32 to 37 !
Mothers Day
Julia Ward Howe and Anna Jarvis were the best known
pioneers who took up the cause of Mothers Day in the United
States. Julia Ward Howes Mothers Day in 1872 was a call
for disarmament by women. Anna Jarvis, in 1907, organized a
day to raise awareness of poor health condition in her
community, a cause she believed would be best advocated
by mothers. She called it Mothers Work Day. In 1914, US
President, Woodrow Wilson signed a Joint Declaration. He
declared the second Sunday of May as Mothers Day, the day
to honor motherhood. Today, however, some may think that
the commercial community purposely created Mothers Day
to make some extra money.
Nowadays, this auspicious day has literally become
commercial affair. Many people spend their time buying
material gifts for their mothers. In order to sell more
products, many restaurants, gift shops, cake shops and
florists usually give special offers on Mothers Day.

It is important to remember that the reason


behind celebrating Mothers Day is to say thanks to
the most important person in our life our mother. It
is the day to tell her how much we love her and how
special she is for us.
Therefore, instead of merely giving material gifts,
giving our mother what she needs and really wants
is more precious. Showing off our love by spending
more time with her, for example, will certainly give
us nothing but heartfelt thanks and real gratitude
from our
mother.

32.Some people thought Mothers Day was . . . .


a. purposely created just to make money
b. created to honor the mother
c. created to make the mother happy
d. created to respect the mother

33.Who was the creator of Mothers Day?


a. Anna Jarvis
b. Mary Thompson
c. President Woodrow Wilson
d. Julia Ward Howe

34.What did Julia Ward Howe do in the 19 th century?


a. She worked for the NGO.
b. She worked in a military service.
c. She called for disarmament by women.
d. She raised awareness of poor health conditions
in her community.

35. When did the Mothers Day become officially


recognized?
a. In 1758 c. In 19 th Century
b. In 1924 d. In 1914

36. According to the text, when the Mothers Days


celebrated?
a. On the 1st week of June
b. On the 2nd week of May
c. On the 2nd week of April
d. On the 1st week of December

37. What does Mothers Day bring to the commercial


community?
a. It brings problems to the commercial community
b. It brings adversities to the commercial community
c. It brings disasters to the commercial community
d. It brings immense business to the commercial
community

38. Mary introduced me to her former lecturer........


She married after she had graduated.
a. of whom b. whom c. whose d. who

39. He......20 years old when he started work.


a. were
b. was
c. is
d. did

40.Jack : Rita,
Rita : Pleased to meet you. Don.
Don : Pleased to meet you too.
a. Id like you to meet my friend Don
b. Don wants to meet you
c. dont you know Don is my friend
d. please introduce yourself to Don