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  • 1. SEKOLAH INDONESIA BANGKOK C/O INDONESIAN EMBASSY 600-602 PETCHBURI ROAD BANGKOK 10400, THAILAND TELP. (+662) 2523135 – 40 EXT. 143, 167, 182 E-mail :sib_bangkok@hotmail.com Website: sib-bangkok@hotmail.org FINAL TERM 1 EXAMINATIONName : _____________ Score : __________ Subject : English Grade/smt. : XI-Science Program/1 a.y. : 2012/2013 Time : 08.00-10.00 (120 minutes) Day/date : Tuesday, December 10th, 2012 Num. of items : 45 numbers Num. of Ss. : 4 ss.GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Pray before you do the test. 2. Check and read all the instructions before you answer them. 3. Answer the questions that you think are easier than others. 4. Report to the supervisor if there are less obvious or damaged typings. 5. The amount of all the questions are about 45 (forty five), consisting of 40 (forty) multiple choice questions, and 5 (five) essays. Do not leave any single question unanswered. 6. Part I are multiple-choice questions. Just cross the correct answer on the alphabet of the options on the question sheet. No answer sheet is provided. 7. In case you want to change the answer, just double cross the previous answer horizontally, and cross the desired answer. Example: Previous answer: A. C. E. B. D. Desired answer: A. C. E. B. D. 8. Part II are essay questions. You must answer the questions completely according to each instruction on the space provided. 9. The scoring of the test is set as follows: a. The maximum score for multiple choice tests are 40, or equal with 8.00 b. The maximum score for the essay tests are 20, or equal with 2.00 10. Recheck your worksheet before being submitted to the Supervisor. 11. Do the test on your own. Cheating is crime. 1
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  • 3. I. Choose the most correct answer according to each instruction. 1. Take a look at this picture, and give your opinion by choosing the most correct answer A. He’s kicking a ball. B. He did a spectacular action to safe the ball. C. This is called a scorpion kick. D. I can do such a kick. E. He kicked a ball like a scorpion. Complete this dialogue with the correct option at numbers 2 up to 4. Anies : “2) _______________________ most of SIB students’ hobby, especially the boys?” Randy : “Well, 3) _____________________, they like playing football most”. Anies : “I couldn’t agree more. They always do it during their spare time”. Randy : “It’s good for them, but 4) _______________________________ “. 2. A. I feel B. In my opinion C. What do you think of D. I’m sure you’re right E. What’s your opinion 3. A. to my mind B. do you think C. yes, I agree with you D. do you have any idea E. please give me your frank opinion 4. A. I wish they don’t forget their study B. I agree they don’t need to study C. football is a very popular sport D. they don’t invite me to join E. there are still many hobbies 5. Read this text Dear sir, Dear sir, I would like toto say that was disappointed toto stay in this I would like say that I I was disappointed stay in this hotel. Everything isis in a mess. The closet doesn’t work well, hotel. Everything in a mess. The closet doesn’t work well, the bed sheet isis very dirty, and the door key is broken. I the bed sheet very dirty, and the door key is broken. I lost my money. lost my money. I will tell my friends not toto spend the night here. I will tell my friends not spend the night here. Thanks. Thanks. Thanveer Thanveer 3
  • 4. What does the writer want to say? A. He is very satisfied staying in that hotel. B. It’s very satisfactory to stay in that hotel. C. He will invite his friends to stay in that hotel. D. He doesn’t recommend anyone to stay in that hotel. E. It’s recommended that staying in that hotel is satisfactory.6. Pay attention to this picture. What will you say? A. School is a good place to practice this. B. The teachers should join this. C. They should not do this. D. Wow! This is cool. E. Let’s join this.7. Which sentence goes to this picture? A. Mind your step! B. Mind your head! C. Mind your words! D. Mind your thought! E. Don’t worry!8. Your sister is learning how to ride a bicycle. Here is a warning which goes to that situation. A. Keep left. B. Mind your step. C. Mind your bicycle. D. Beware of your bicycle. E. Watch your bicycle, please.9. Complete this dialogue. Al : “May I borrow your guitar, please?” El : “Sorry, ____________________”. A. I’m using it B. It’s very good C. The color is black D. Help your self E. It’s in my bedroom10. Which one is the best expression to complete the dialogue? Santi : “I was very nervous watching the the aerobatic show”. Sinta : “So was I, but _____________.” 4
  • 5. A. I was so satisfied watching it B. it’s very silly C. that’s too bad D. it didn’t crash E. I was not nervouse11. Girl : “____________, mom!” Mom : “Oh, come on. Please don’t cry”. Girl : “But ______________”. Mom : “I know how it hurts. Mom had ever got it. Come, and let Mom give some pain killer”. Girl : “Be careful, mom”. A. Ouch, it hurts very much B. Phew, it is great C. Thanks heavens, it is good for you D. What a relief, it is very painful E. Great, I can’t stand it12. Nafis and Nayef are talking about The Palm Jumeirah, an artificial palm-like archipelago created using land reclamation by Nakheel, a company owned by the Dubai government in United Arab Emirates. Nafis : “What do you think of The Palm Jumeirah?” Nayef : “____________________. It must have spent huge amount of money”. A. How awesome! B. That’s not a good idea C. It’s not very satisfactory at all D. I can’t say how smart they are E. I am very disappointed with all of this13. Have a look at this picture, and choose the best option which goes with the 5
  • 6. question. What does this banner inform? A. To prepare our phone B. To stick ice sticker on our phone so that it looks great C. To call 1-888-ICE-0911 if you want to buy ice sticker. D. To stick alert medic on the back of the mobile phone that every body can see it E. To stick alert medic on the back of the mobile phone that it can reduce the phone radiation14. Pay attention to this poster, and choose the best option. This poster is not so clear. Which statement do you think supports the heading? A. I agree not to go to school. B. To be a football player is cool. C. That’s a good idea! Going to school is wasting time. D. I couldn’t agree more. We’d better make money in any way. E. Never think about that! Not all children in the world get that opportunity.15. Which of these is correct about pamphlets? A. Printed on both sides of paper, often colored, folded, and inform about certain information in detail B. Printed on a large cloth, spread on the side of the roads, particularly on cross roads or junctions. C. Printed on large paper, often attached on the wall or places which are easy to read by people. 6
  • 7. D. Printed on a small cloth, distributed to people on the road. E. Printed on a card distributed to people anywhere.Read the text carefully, and choose the best option which goes with the question atnumber 16 up to 19. Lions Lions are wild animals that eat meat. It means that lions are carnivores. Lions are magnificent animals that appear as a symbol of power, courage and nobility and national flags in many civilizations. Wild lions currently exist in Africa and in Asia with a critically endangered remnant population. Lions live for ten to fourteen years in the wild, while in captivity they can live longer than twenty years. In thewild, males seldom live longer than ten years, as injuries sustained from continualfighting with rival males greatly reduce their longevity. They typically inhabitsavanna and grassland, although they may take to bush and forest.Lions are unusually social compared to other cats. A pride of lions consists of relatedfemales and offspring and a small number of adult males. Groups of female lionstypically hunt together, preying mostly on large ungulates, such as Zebras, Deer, andBuffalos. Lions are apex and keystone predators.Visually, the male lion is highly distinctive and is easily recognized by its mane.Mature male lions are unique among the cat species for the thick mane of brown orblack hair encircling the head and neck. Both male and female lions roar, a soundwhich can be heard as far as 8 kilometers away. However, Male lions are bigger thanfemale lions. 16. Which of these statements is correct according to the text? A. Female lions have the thick mane of brown or black hair encircling the head and neck B. Adult male lions always live together with female ones and their offspring C. Zebras, Deer, and Buffalos prey on female lions D. Male lions are bigger than female ones E. Lions live longer in the wild life. 17. Which statement acts as general classification of the text? A. Lions are wild animals that eat meat B. Male lions are bigger than female lions. C. Lions are unusually social compared to other cats D. Visually, the male lion is highly distinctive and is easily recognized by its mane E. Lions live for ten to fourteen years in the wild, while in captivity they can live longer than twenty years 18. Paragraph II describes lion’s … . A. food 7
  • 8. B. reproduction C. period of life D. characteristics E. physical appearance 19. How do lions look like, and how do they sound? A. Weak, oink B. Magnificent, roar C. Powerless, roar D. Tame, tweet E. Powerful, moo 20. Which group of verb dominate the text above? A. Action verb B. Thinking verb C. Linking verb D. Material process E. Helping verb 21. Which group of verb do ‘prey, hunt, and roar’ belong to? A. Action verb B. Thinking verb C. Linking verb D. Relational process E. Helping verb 22. What linking verb might best replace ‘to be’ in this sentence? “Visually, the male lion is highly distinctive, and is easily recognized by its mane”. A. Visually, the male lion sounds highly distinctive, and is easily recognized by its mane B. Visually, the male lion looks highly distinctive, and is easily recognized by its mane C. Visually, the male lion smells highly distinctive, and is easily recognized by its mane D. Visually, the male lion feels highly distinctive, and is easily recognized by its mane E. Visually, the male lion tastes highly distinctive, and is easily recognized by its mane. 23. Which option is most suitable to complete the sentence? Cows _______ grass. A. eat B. eats C. are eating D. are eaten E. have been eatenRead the table well, and answer the questions at number 24 and 25. 8
  • 9. I II III IV VStorm Habitat Language Blue water SpeedWater spot Species Ethnic White sand SunroofClouds Vertebrate Descendent Coastal area HandbrakeSky Air pocket Hobby Sea shore MachineFunnel Class Customs Surfing board GearWind Morphology Religion Google Wheel 24. Column I are technical terms for reporting ___________. A. Tornados B. Birds C. People D. The beaches E. The cars 25. We need technical terms in column ____________ to report cars. A. I B. II C. III D. IV E. VRead the text carefully to answer questions number 26 up to 29. Why Do Hawk Hunt Chicks?Once upon a time, a hawk felt in love with a hen. The hawk flew down from the sky,and asked the hen, ”Will you marry me?” The hen loved the brave, strong hawk, and wished to marry him. She said, ”Icannot fly as high as you can. If you give me time, I may learn how to fly as high asyou. Then we can fly together.” The hawk agreed. Before he went away, he gave the hen a ring. “This is toshow that you have promised to marry me,” said the hawk. It so happened that the hen had already promised to marry a rooster. So, whenthe rooster saw the ring, he became very angry. “Throw that ring away at once!,”shouted the rooster. The hen was so frightened at the rooster’s anger that she threwaway the ring immediately. 9
  • 10. When the hawk came, a few months later, the hen told him the truth. Thehawk was so furious that he cursed the hen, ”Why didn’t you tell me earlier? Now,you’ll always be scratching the earth, and I’ll always be flying above to catch yourchildren,” said the hawk. 26. Observe the table. Which column is correct? I II III IV V Orientation Complication Resolution Complication Resolution The hawk The hawk She said, ”I The rooster When the flew down agreed. cannot fly as saw the ring, hawk came, a from the sky, high as you and became few months and ask the can. If you very angry. later, the hen hen, ”Will give me time, “Throw that told him the you marry I may learn ring away at truth. me?” how to fly as once!,” high as you. Then we can fly together.” A. I B. II C. III D. IV E. V 27. Which sentence goes with the text? A. The hen only promised to marry the hawk B. The hen only promised to marry the rooster C. The hen promised to marry both the rooster and the hawk D. The hen promised to marry the hawk first, then the rooster E. The hen did not promise to marry either to the hawk or the rooster. 28. What happened to the hen eventually? A. The hen married both the hawk and the rooster B. The hen decided not to marry any of them C. The hen married the rooster D. The hen married the hawk E. The hen suicided. 29. What is the moral value of the story? A. It’s great to be loved by strong man B. It’s nice to love anyone we want to C. It’s not good to make a promise to anyone D. It’s sensational to see our boy friend is jealous E. To be loved by more than one boys shows that we are interesting. 30. Find the most correct choice to complete this sentence. ______________________________________ if the hen had told the hawk 10
  • 11. before. A. The hawk will not be angry B. The hawk would not be angry C. The hawk would not have been angry D. The rooster would not be angry E. The rooster would not have been angry31. What would you do if you were the hen not to cause any anger? Give your rational and best way of life. A. I would not promise to marry either to the rooster or the hawk B. I would marry both the hawk and the rooster C. I would not promise the rooster to marry him D. I would not promise the hawk to marry him E. I would learn how to fly since I was a baby.32. Which conjunction is the best to combine these sentences? The hawk believed the hen would marry him. The hawk agreed to her promise. A. The hawk believed the hen would marry him, so he agreed to her promise. B. The hawk believed the hen would marry him, and he agreed to her promise. C. The hawk believed the hen would marry him, or he agreed to her promise. D. The hawk believed the hen would marry him, but he agreed to her promise. E. The hawk believed the hen would marry him, yet he agreed to her promise.33. Which is the best combination of these sentences? The hen was unsatisfied with the rooster The hen wished to marry the hawk. The hawk was brave and strong. A. The hen which was unsatisfied with the rooster, whished to marry the hawk which was brave and strong B. The hen was unsatisfied with the rooster, yet she wished to marry the hawk which was brave and strong C. The hen was unsatisfied and wished to marry the hawk which was brave and strong. D. The hen which wished to marry the hawk which was brave and strong was unsatisfied. E. The hen which wished to marry the brave and strong hawk was unsatisfied.34. Choose the best sentence. A. The hawk was so impressing that he wished to marry the hen. B. The hen was so impressing that she wished to marry the hawk. C. The hen was so impressed with the hawk that he wished to marry her. D. The hen was so impressed with the hawk that she wished to marry him. E. The hawk was so impressed with the hen the she wished to marry him.35. Complete the sentence with the most suitable word. The hawk said to the hen _________,”Will you marry me?” 11
  • 12. A. gent B. gentle C. gently D. gentlely E. gentlemanRead the text carefully, and answer the questions at number 36 up to 38. Say ‘No’ to Drugs All people have problems. Some take the wise decicion to overcome it by doing positive activities. Some others do not know the golden ways to overcome it and choose drugs as their friend. There’s nothing good to consume drugs. Firstly, drugs can make us hallucinate about something unreal. The users will feel adored and brave. Hallucinating just wastes your time. Secondly, drugs can make us addicted. If we consume drugs, usuallu we want it more and more. Ifwe want to stop it, usually we will suffer from fever and feel agitated (gelisah). Thirdly, drugs can destroy our brain. This drug is usually cocaine. It is both astimulant of the central nervous system and an appetite suppressant (penekan nafsumakan). The users will feel happy and increase their energy. It is most often usedrecreationally for this effect. Sexual interest and pleasure can be amplified. Sideeffects can include twitching (berkedut), paranoia (ketakutan), and impotence, whichusually increases with frequent usage. From all the facts above, let’s say ‘No’ to drugs from now on. In this case, therole of parents is very important. They must educate and control their children well.Moreover, we should be open to our parents that they can see our problems as soon aspossible and help us solve them. 36. This is the thesis of the text. A. Say ‘No’ to drugs. B. Drugs can destroy our brain. C. Drugs consumers are usually addicted. D. There’s nothing good to consume drugs. E. Consuming drugs can make us hallucinate something unreal. 37. This is the reiteration of the text. A. Say ‘No’ to drugs. B. Drugs can destroy our brains. C. We should be open to our parents. D. Parrents must educate and control their children well. E. From all the facts above, let’s say ‘No’ to drugs from now on. 38. According to the text above, people consume drugs because … . A. People say ‘No’ to drugs. 12
  • 13. B. Drugs can make the users addicted C. Children are not open to their parents. D. Drugs can make the users hallucinate something unreal E. People cannot find golden ways to overcome their problems 39. This is not the ‘emotive or evaluative’ word. A. adored B. brave C. agitated D. happy E. open 40. “Drugs can make us hallucinate about something unreal”. This sentence means … . A. Drugs have possibility to make us hallucinate about something unreal B. Drugs have obligation to make us hallucinate about something unreal C. Drugs give permission to us to hallucinate about something unreal D. Drugs do not prohibit us to hallucinate about something unreal E. Drugs request us to hallucinate about something unrealII. Answer the questions according to each instruction. 41. The hawk said by his heart, ”I should not give the ring to the hen.” How will he say it in a passive voice? _______________________________________________________________ 42. Combine these sentences to form a compound sentence. Thailand prepares well to welcome ASEAN COMMUNITY 2015. Indonesia has not prepared well to welcome ASEAN COMMUNITY 2015. _______________________________________________________________ 43. Combine these sentences to form a complex sentence. Some Vietnamese were contaminated by nuclear substance. Their children and grand children were born disabled. _______________________________________________________________ 44. If I had a lot of money, I would go to Dubai and enjoyed the International Dubai Shopping Festival in January 2013. What does this sentence mean? _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 45. Read this text, and analyze it based on the generic structure. 13
  • 14. Once upon time, a man had a wonderful parrot. There was no other parrot likeit. The parrot could say every word, except one word; the name of the placewhere it was born- Catano. The man felt excited having the smartest parrot but he could notunderstand why the parrot would not say Catano. The man tried to teach thebird to say Catano however the bird kept not saying the word. At the first, the man was very nice to the bird but then he got veryangry. “You stupid bird!” pointed the man to the parrot. “Why can’t you saythe word? Say Catano! Or I will kill you” the man said angrily. Although hetried hard to teach, the parrot would not say it. Then the man got so angry andshouted to the bird over and over; “Say Catano or I’ll kill you”. The bird keptnot to say the word of Catano. One day, after he had been trying so many times to make the bird sayCatano, the man really got very angry. He could not bear it. He picked theparrot and threw it into the chicken house. There were four old chickens fornext dinner “You are as stupid as the chickens. Just stay with them” Said theman angrily. Then he continued to humble; “You know, I will cut the chickenfor my meal. Next it will be your turn, I will eat you too, stupid parrot”. Afterthat he left the chicken house. The next day, the man came back to the chicken house. He opened thedoor and was very surprised. He could not believe what he saw at the chickenhouse. There were three death chickens on the floor. At the moment, the parrotwas standing proudly and screaming at the last old chicken; “Say Catano or I’llkill you”. 14
  • 15. Title: ______________________The story took place ______________________________________________.The characters were ______________________________________________.The story began when ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The problem was _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.An event that happened was ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.Then, ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.After that, ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The problem was solved when ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The story ended by _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________. 15
  • 16. Title: ______________________The story took place ______________________________________________.The characters were ______________________________________________.The story began when ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The problem was _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.An event that happened was ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.Then, ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.After that, ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The problem was solved when ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The story ended by _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________. 15
  • 17. Title: ______________________The story took place ______________________________________________.The characters were ______________________________________________.The story began when ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The problem was _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.An event that happened was ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.Then, ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.After that, ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The problem was solved when ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.The story ended by _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________. 15