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2. Periksa dan bacalah soal-soal sebelum Anda menjawabnya!
3. Jumlah soal sebanyak 60 butir, setiap butir soal terdiri atas 4 (empat) pilihan jawaban!
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Read this passage to answer questions 1 to 3!
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS MAN?
He is in his mid-twenties, of medium height and quite stout. His face is oval-shaped
and unshaven. He has crew cut hair that looks like the sharp spikes of a porcupine.
When he left the house, he was barefooted and was wearing an orange T-shirt with a
red collar and a pair of black shorts.
Tan Seng Huat was reported missing by his family when he did not return home after
he had slipped out of the house at about eight in the morning.
They are afraid that he might have forgotten where he lives as this has happened
twice before. He seldom smiles but often talks to himself. He is harmless but can get
angry if he is lauhghed at.
A cash reward awaits the person or persons with information about his whereabouts
that would help the police pick him up.
Please contact 01 – 5417532 and ask for Inspector Lee.
1. What does the missing person look like?
a. He looks like the sharp spikes.
b. He has oval-shaped face.
c. He is short and rather fat.
d. He has long hair with pointed nose.
2. What is the notice mainly about?
a. A Missing Man.
b. A Stupid Person.
c. A Frightening Experience.
d. An Escaped Prisoner.
3. Which of the following is NOT TRUE of Tan Seng Huat?
a. He will not hurt anyone.
b. He is twenty years old.
c. He doesn’t like people to make fun of him.
d. He left the house without telling his family.
Read the following text to answer questions 4 to 6!
Farmer Gray was the kindest master in the world. He was proud of me, and called me
Black Beauty. I had a white spot on my forehead and one white foot. He trained me to pull
a carriage. Then I learn to wear a saddle and carry a rider on my back.
One day, Farmer Gray said. “ A good horse like you do not live on a farm. So you
will be going to live with Squire Gordon and his family. “I was very sad to leave my
mother and my home.”
However, when I saw my masters I knew I would be happy with them. They lived in
a big mansion and welcomed me warmly. Mrs. Gordon was pale and ill, but she smiled
when she saw me.
The groom who looked after the stables was John Manly. He loved horses. He intro
duced me to Merrylegs, the children’s pony, Ginger, and old mare. She was not a bad
horse, but had been ill-treated in the past.
Taken from : Bulletin Intensive English Course No. 17, November 2000
4. What did Black Beauty learn from Farmer Gray?
a. Working in a farm.
b. Running in a farm.
c. Carrying a rider.
d. Pulling a carriage.
5. Why was the horse sad to leave Farmer Gray?
a. Farmer Gray didn’t love it.
b. It loved Farmer Gray.
c. It couldn’t stand living on a farm.
d. Farmer Gray hated it.
6. “He trained me to pull a rider on my back.” (paragraph 1)
What does the underlined word mean?
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