Minggu, 12 Juni 2016

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Machu Pichu in Peru, which means "old peak" is one of the most enigmatic ancient sites in the world. According to be the legend, machu pichu was a sacred place. The extraordinary city was created by Inca people. They created many stones structured and turned the place into a work of art.
Two thousand feet above the Liruhamva River, there ruins consist of baths, temples and about 150 houses, all vey well preserved. These gray granite structure, some of which weight more than 50tons, are perfectly sculpted that they are nothing less than works if acheologist in 1911. The eternal beauty, workmanship abd history of the place attract millions of tourists each year.

1. What can we see in Machu Pichu in         Peru?
    A. Granite srtucture
    B. beautiful scenery
    C. Inca people
    D. Ancient statues
2. Which one tge following is state in the text?
    A. Only the history of the place attract millions of tourists each years
    B. Accordibg to the legend, machu pichu was considered to be sacred place
    C. All the gray grabite structure are more thab 50tons weight
    D. The granite structure was discovered by a Yale archeologist recently

3. What the main idea of paragraph two?
    A. The description of machu pichu
    B. The scenery is very attractive
    C. Machu pichi is a sacred place
    D. The temples were discovered in               1911
4. "...one of the most enigmatic ancient sites."
The word "ancient" in sentence is...
    A. Ugly
    B. New
    C. Old
    D. Recent

Bale Kembang is a small village on the Southern cost of east java. It is seventy kilometers from malang town and two hours drive from south. It is well known for its long beautiful white sandy beach as well as the similarity of its temple to the one of Tanah Lot in bali.
In Bale Kembang, there are three small rocky islands namely Ismaya Island, those bames are taken from "watang" figures.
These islands are surrounded by Indonesian Ocean which huge frigthen most overseas cruisers.

5. What makes bale kembang famous?
    A. Small rockg island
    B. Long beautiful beach
    C. Huge wave of ocean
    D. Overseas cruisers
6. What is Bale kembang?
    A. Three small islands in Indonesian ocean
    B. A small village in southern cost of east java
    C. Wayabg figure from east java
    D. A village in malang
7. What is the main idea of second                    paragraph?
    A. There are many rocky islands in Bale Kembang
    B. Huge waves frighten manh overseas cruisers
    C. Names if rocky islands are taken from wayang
    D. The rocky islands are in the mide of the sea.
8. "....on the southern coast of east java"
Coast meaning with...
    A. Strait
    B. Peninsula
    C. Shore
    D. Bay

Natural Bridge National Park is luscious tropical rainforest.
It is located 110 kilometers from south of Brisbane and is reached by following the Pacific Highway to Nerang and then by travelling through the Numinbah Valley. This scenic roadway lies in the shadow of Lamington National Park.
The phenomenon of the rock formed into a natural ‘arch’ and the cave through which a waterfall cascades is a short one-kilometer walk below a dense rainforest canopy from the main picnic area. Swimming is permitted in the rock pools. Night-time visitors to the cave will discover the unique feature of the glow worms. Picnic areas offers toilets, barbeque, shelter sheds, water and fireplaces; however, overnight camping is not permitted.
9. What is the function of paragraph 1?
    a. as an identification
    b. as an orientation
    c. as a thesis
    d. as a classification
    e. as an abstract
10. The text above is in form of………….
       a. hortatory exposition
       b. narrative
       c. description
       d. report
       e. explanation
11. What is the communicative purpose of the text?
     a. to present two points of views about natural bridge national park
     b. to explain the bridge national park
     c. to describe the bridge national park
     d. to retell the bridge national park
     e. to persuade readers to treat preserve the bridge nationl park
12.Where is the natural bridge national park located?
     a. 110 kilometers from South of Brisbane
     b. 110 kilometers from Pacific Highway
     c. 110 kilometers from Numinbah Valley
     d. 110 kilometers from Lamington National Park
     e. 110 kilometers from Nerang
13. What the visitors will see in the night?
     a. a common glow worm
     b. the unique feature of the glow worms
     c. a great dark cave
     d. the unique rocks
     e. the fantastic bridge
14.The word ‘luscious’ in the text means………..
    a. succulent
    b. dense
    c. dull
    d. dry
    e. arid

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 lanscaped tropical gardens, the Shangri-La Bangkok provides guests with all the charm and warmth of the orient and, at the same time, 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, conventoin and meeting facilities for up to 2000 people, and a 24-hour business centre.
And, from every single guest room 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 Shangri-La Bangkok the busness district and main shopping areas are mere minutes away.
From more than 200 years, Bangkok’s granduer 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.
15. The text mainly focuses on…………..
      a. Bangkok’s granduer
      b. Shangri-La Bangkok
      c. Bangkok’s ”River Kings”
      d. the water of the Chao Praya
      e. the majestic river in Bangkok
16. The type of text above is a/an……………
      a. report
      b. recount
      c. anecdote
      d. narrative
      e. descriptive
17. For how many people the meeting facilities are up to?
    a. 6000 people
    b. 4000 people
    c. 2000 people
    d. 5000 people
    e. 1000 people
18. The communicative purpose of this text is………………
    a. to describe Chao Praya
    b. to retell events for entertainment
    c. to present at least two points of view about an issue
    d. to tell the luxury of Shangri-La Bangkok
    e. to inform readers, listeners, or viewers about events of the day

Jellyfish are not really fish. They are invertebrate. This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. In fact, they have nk bones at all.
Jellyfish have stomach abd mouths, but no heads. They have nervous system to sensing the world around them, but no brains. They are made almost entirely or water, which is why you can look through them.
Some jellyfisb can glow in darkness by making their own light. The light is made by a chemical reaction inside the jellysih. Scienstist believe that jellyfish glow for several reason. For example, they glow to scare away predators or to attract animals the like to eat. 
Most jellyfish live in salt water and apart from a few types that live in fresh water. Jellyfish are found in oceans and seas all over the world. They live in warm, tropical seas and in icy waters near the north and south people.

19. Which one creates jellyfish light?
    A. Salt water
    B. White blood
    c. Nervous system
    D. Chemical reaction
20. Based on the text we know that...
    A. They belong to invertebrate animals
    B. They have heads like other animals
    C. Their brains help them find the food
    D. They cant live in fresh water

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