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  • 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.orgName : ____________ FINAL TERM II TEST Score : ________ Subject : English Class/school level : XI-Science/Social Studies/SHS Day/date : Tuesday, June 12th, 2012 Time : 08.00-10.00GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Pray before you do the test. 2. Read the instruction for each number carefully. 3. Do the test from the easiest one. 4. Do not leave any single question unanswered. 5. Use a pen to answer the questions. 6. Make sure that your handwriting is readable. 7. Reread your answer before you submit your answer sheet. 8. Part I is a multiple choice test. Just cross the right answer on the alphabet of the options on the question sheet. In case you want to change the answer, just double cross the previous answer horizontally. Example: Previous answer: a. c. b. d. Desired answer: a. c. b. d. 9. Part II is an essay test. You must answer the questions completely according to each instruction on the question sheet also. 10. The amount of all the questions are about43 (forty three), consisting of40 (forty) multiple choice questions, and3 (three) essays. All test items must be answered. 11. The scoring of the test is setas follows: a. The maximum score formultiplechoice tests are40, or equal with 8.00 b. The maximum scorefor the essay tests are 20, or equal with 2.00 12. Cheating is crime. 1
  • I. Choose the best answer by crossing the alphabeth A, B, C, D, or E. Observe this banner, and answer the questions for number 1, 2, and 3. 1. What is the banner about? A. How to own a banner B. How to download a banner C. How to create a banner easily D. How to create banner with photoshop E. How to create a banner with graphic design skill 2. How can you create a banner according to the picture above? A. We should have a graphic skill B. We should have a photoshop software C. We need a graphic design skill or photoshop D. We don‟t need a graphic design skill or photoshop E. We should learn a graphic designing or photoshop 3. How do you think to create a banner according to the picture above? A. Easy D. Very hard B. Fair E. Extremely hard C. Hard 2
  • Read the text below, and answer the questions number 4 up to 7. Antony and Cleopatra Mark Antony was one of the three rulers of the Roman Empire, together with Octavius Caesar and Lepidus, and was responsible for the eastern part of the empire. He fell in love with Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt. Antony married Octavius‟ sister, Octavia, in an attempt to heal the rift between the two emperors. When Cleopatra heard about Antony‟s marriage she flew into a jealous rage as she knew that Antony did not love Octavia. Antony went to Athens when war broke out between Caesar and Pompey, Antony sent Octavia back to Rome and he returned to Egypt. Caesar was very angry to Antony‟s behaviour and hedeclared war on both Antony and Cleopatra. When the Romans arrived, Antony wasoffered a choice of how to fight. He chose to fight on sea. The Egyptian navy wasinadequate. When Cleopatra‟s navy turned and fled, Antony followed them. Caesardefeated him.Antony got news that Cleopatra was dead. Antony was devastated and decided to killhimself. He wounded himself without dying. His followers took him to Cleopatra‟stomb, where he died in her arms.Note:This Narrative text sample about the story of Antony and Cleopatra is arranged andsimplified from: www.nosweatshakespeare.com/play-summary/antony-cleopatra/ 4. These were the three rulers of the Roman Empire A. Mark Antony, Octavius Caesar and Cleopatra B. Mark Antony, Octavius Caesar and Lepidus C. Octavia, Octavius Caesar, and Pompey D. Mark Antony, Lepidus and Cleopatra E. Octavia, Cleopatra, and Pompey 5. This is the complication of the story A. Antony fell in love with Cleopatra B. Antony got news that Cleopatra was dead. C. Caesar was very angry to Antony‟s behaviour D. Antony was responsible for the eastern part of the empire E. His followers took Antony to Cleopatra‟s tomb, where he died in her arms. 6. Which statement is correct according to the text? A. Cleopatra defeated Caesar C. Antony loved Octavia in the war D. Antony fought by air B. Cleopatra was dead before E. Antony suicided Antony 3
  • 7. What can you learn from this story? A. Love is blind. B. We must fight for love. C. Love to a woman is more than to the nation. D. We should show our love although we have to do silly thing. E. As an emperor, one should prioritize his love for his people.8. Have a look at this table and choose which „stance‟ is Antony‟s. I II III IV V Although I Although Although Although the Although I don‟t love Cleopatra is Octavius two emperors have to be Octavia, I jealous of Caesar is are in responsible have to marry me, I have to angry with hostility, I for the eastern her for the marry me, I have to will marry part of the sake of the Octavia, marry Octavia. Roman healing of the because she Octavia empire, I will two is more because I marry emperors. beautiful. love her. Octavia. A. I D. IV B. II E. V C. III9. „Antony was devastated and decided to kill himself‟. He was very … . A. happy D. annoyed B. angry E. surprised C. sad10. Cleopatra : “Oh, my dearest Antony. How could you marry such a woman like Octavia? You said you loved me. Oh, how dare you. How deep is your love for me?” Antony : “My sweetest queen, that‟s a beggary in the love that can be reckoned” Olivia was expressing her … in this dialogue. A. anger D. annoyance B. sadness E. happiness C. love Octavius Antony The Romans Octavia Cleopatra Caesar I II III IV V „I believe by „Antony! „Antony, „Antony! „Antony! I marrying How dare you which way Why do you know you Octavia, it are to return will you return me don‟t love will heal the my sister choose to home? Don‟t Octavia! rift between home! I fight?‟ you love How could the two declare war to me?‟ you marry emperors‟ you and her?‟ Cleopatra!‟ 4
  • Which of these choices are not to express anger? A. I and II D. III and IV B. I and III E. IV and V C. II and III11. Octavius Caesar declared war to Antony and Cleopatra because Antony … Octavia. A. returns D. has returned B. returned E. was returned C. will return12. Which sentence has a mental process? A. Antony went to Athens. B. Antony married Octavius‟ sister, Octavia. C. Caesar was very angry with Antony‟s behaviour. D. Cleopatra knew that Antony did not love Octavia. E. His followers took him to Cleopatra‟s tomb, where he died in her arms. Choose the most correct answer to complete the sentence number 13 and 14.13. Cleopatra … very jealous of Antony when he married Octavia. A. tasted D. remained B. became E. smelled C. sounded14. Cleopatra … a beautiful queen of Egypt. A. was D. looked B. felt E. turned C. appeared15. This sentence does not have a material process. A. Caesar defeated him. B. He wounded himself without dying. C. Antony fell in love with Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt. D. Antony sent Octavia back to Rome and he returned to Egypt. E. When Cleopatra‟s navy turned and fled, Antony followed them.16. Have a look at the table. Which one does not have the same kind of verbs? I II III IV V Antony Mark Antony Mark Antony Cleopatra Mark Antony married was fell in love flew into a became one Octavius‟ responsible with jealous rage. of the three sister, for the Cleopatra, the rulers of the Octavia. eastern part Queen of Roman of the Egypt. Empire. empire. Antony sent Caesar was Caesardeclared Antony was The Egyptian Octavia back very angry war on both offered a navy was to Rome and with Antony and choice of inadequate. he returned Antony‟s Cleopatra. how to fight. 5
  • to Egypt. behaviour. A. I D. IV B. II E. V C. III 17. Observe the picture and read the message. What does it mean? A. To love each other, a couple must be the same. B. If you do not have any similarity with your lover, never try to fall in love. C. Differences must not be a big matter to consider when people love each other. D. It‟s impossible for us to love each other when there are differences between the couple.Read this text to answer the questions number 18 up to 21. Romeo and JulietRomeo Montague and Juliet Capulet lived in Verona. They met at a party and it waslove at first sight. Their families were enemies so the young couple could not meet inthe open. They got married in secret with the help of a priest, Friar Laurence, andJuliet‟s maid.Juliet‟s cousin, Tybalt, hated Romeo and the Montagues. One day he met Romeo andhis friend Mercutio in the street. They had a sword fight and Mercutio was killed.Romeo was so upset that he attacked and killed Tybalt in revenge.And then … as a result of this, Romeo had to leave Verona to save his life. He visitedJuliet secretly that night and then left for Mantua. In the meantime …Juliet‟s parentswanted Juliet to marry Paris, a friend of the family. They arrange the marriage andJuliet was horrified. She asked Friar Laurence to help her. He suggested a plan. Hegave her a drug to make her sleep for a long time and appear dead to everyone else.When Juliet woke up, she could join Romeo in Mantua. Friar Laurence promised towrite to Romeo and explain the plan.The night before the wedding, Juliet took the drug and her family found her „dead‟ inthe morning. The wedding celebration turned into a funeral. Unfortunately, Romeo 6
  • never received the letter from Friar Laurence. He returned to Verona. When he foundJuliet‟s body, he thought she was dead and he was so devastated that he killedhimself. When Juliet woke up and saw Romeo lying dead beside her, she killedherself too with his dagger.As a result of this tragic series of events, the Capulets and the Montagues agreed tostop fighting and live in peace together.Source:Melania Wiannastiti., R.B. Yani S.B., Endang Sri M., M. Purwati.,Marta Yuliani.,2007. English for a Better Life: Grade XI. Bandung: Pakar Raya 18. Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet got married secretly because … . A. Juliet had another boy B. Romeo had another girl C. Romeo and Juliet‟s families were enemies D. They got married with the help of Juliet‟s maid. E. They got married with the help of a priest, Friar Laurence, 19. Which of these sentences is correct according to the text? A. Romeo found Juliet dead and he killed himself. B. Juliet found Romeo dead and she killed herself. C. Romeo and Juliet killed themselves together. D. Romeo and Juliet lived happily ever after. E. Seeing what happened, the Capulets and the Montagues declared war each other 20. “Juliet‟s parents wanted Juliet to marry Paris”. (paragraph 2, third sentence) The underlined word was/is… . A. Juliet‟s cousin. B. The capital city of France. C. A friend of the Capulets. D. A friend of the Montagues. E. A friend of both the Capulets and the Montagues. 21. The moral value of the story is … . A. When your parents do not agree to your relationship, you must kill yourself. B. You may not tell your parents that you are falling in love. C. No matter what happens to your family, love must go on. D. To get married, you only need a priest and a maid. E. Enmity never gives happiness. 22. Choose the most suitable conjuction to combine these sentences. … Romeo found Juliet died, he killed himself. A. Although D. While B. Because E. And C. Before 7
  • Read the text below and answer the questions number 23 up to 26. The Boy Who Cried WolfThere once was a shepherd boy who was bored as he sat on the hillside watching thevillage sheep. To amuse himself he took a great breath and sang out, "Wolf! Wolf!The Wolf is chasing the sheep!"The villagers came running up the hill to help the boy drive the wolf away. But whenthey arrived at the top of the hill, they found no wolf. The boy laughed at the sight oftheir angry faces. “Hahaha… Got you! I fool you!”"Dont cry wolf, shepherd boy," said the villagers, "when theres no wolf!" They wentgrumbling back down the hill.Later, the boy sang out again, "Wolf! Wolf! The wolf is chasing the sheep!" To hisnaughty delight, he watched the villagers run up the hill to help him drive the wolfaway.When the villagers saw no wolf they sternly said, "Save your frightened song forwhen there is really something wrong! Dont cry wolf when there is NO wolf!"But the boy just grinned and watched them go grumbling down the hill once more.Later, he saw a REAL wolf prowling about his flock. Alarmed, he leaped to his feetand sang out as loudly as he could, "Wolf! Wolf!"But the villagers thought he was trying to fool them again, and so they didnt come.The boy was very frightened. The wolf came towards him saying, “Don‟t worry, I ama vegetarian.” 23. Here is not the character of the story. A. The boy D. The villagers. B. The sheep E. The hill C. The wolf 24. What do you think of the boy? A. Liar D. Cultured B. Smart E. Competitive C. Honest 25. What moral value can you learn from the story? A. When you are in danger, you have to cry for help. B. Once you tell a lie, people will not trust you. C. When you feel bored, you‟d better sleep. D. Don‟t cry „wolf‟ when there is no wolf. E. To cheat people is fun. 26. This is the twist of the text. A. The wolf did not come. B. The villagers were angry. C. The wolf was a vegetarian. D. The boy laughed at the villagers. E. The villagers did not come when the wolf attacked the sheep. 8
  • 27. Which of the following statements expressses anger? A. "Wolf! Wolf! The Wolf is chasing the sheep!" B. "Dont cry wolfwhen theres no wolf!" C. “Don‟t worry, I am a vegetarian.” A. “Hahaha… Got you! I fool you!” B. "Wolf! Wolf!"28. Have a look at this emoticon. This is possibly what the boy felt when the villagers were angry with him. What does it express? A. Love B. Anger C. Sadness D. Annoyance E. Embarashment29. Choose the best option to complete the sentence. The boy was sitting … the tree when suddenly he had a crazy idea. A. under D. in B. above E. at C. on30. Pay attention to the underlined word. What is the synonym of it? When the villagers saw no wolf they sternly said, "Save your frightened song for when there is really something wrong! Dont cry wolf when there is NO wolf!" A. loudly D. wisely B. firmly E. softly C. calmly31. Observe this picture. The boy … . A. was chasing the sheep and the wolf B. was following the sheep and the wolf C. was cashed by the sheep and the wolf D. ran after the sheep and the wolf E. trained the sheep to run 9
  • 32. Have a look at this picture. What do you feel when it happens to you? A. Glad B. Angry C. Sad D. Annoyed E. Embarashed Read the following text and answer the questions number 33 up to 36. Should Mobile Phones Be Banned from School? Technology is growing fast nowadays, and so is the technology of communicating. For the sake of communication, almost all children beginning from 12 years old own mobile phones. They even have a slogan that „What you are depends on what your phone is‟. Do they need mobile phones badly before they are 17? In my opinion, mobile phones should be banned from school. Firstly, the children of the above age seem to have been addicted in using them.This condition has changed the children‟s way in spending their spare time.Children do not play together with their friends around them anymore. They tendto enjoy their mobile phones either for playing games or networking. In otherwords, mobile phones have separated close friends, although they connect peopleall over the world. Secondly, children tend to check their mobile phones every 5 minutes to seewhether or not there is a notification. This act has disturbed them to concentrate tothe lesson. Thirdly, they seem not to be able to leave them at all. They bring themanywhere, at home, school, or any other places they go. Children even have tocarry small bags wherever they move that, I think, they burden them, or at leastmake them move uneasily. Next, mobile phone radiation is very dangerous for human‟s brain. A researchheaded by Dr. George Carlo involving 200 doctors and researchers in the WTR(Wireless Technology Research) projectfound that radiation from the handphonecan cause: o DNA damage and impair the DNA repair process. o he increasing risk of brain disfunction, tumors, cancer, autism, attention deficit disorder and neurodegenerative disease. o behavioral and psychological problems. 10
  • o lower sperm count and motility In addition to these acute adverse effects of EMR on sperm motility, long-termEMR exposure can lead to behavioral or structural changes of the male germ cell. From the above facts, I believe that mobile phones should be banned fromschool to reduce their using of them. I‟m sure the banning of mobile phones fromschool will help avoid the violent radiation. (Modified from various sources)33. This is not the reason of using mobile phone proposed by the writer why mobile phones should be banned from school. A. Students tend to spend their times lesser with their friends around them. B. Students tend to be busy with their mobile phones during the class. C. Sudents tend to carry mobile phones anywhere. D. Mobile phones can damage students‟ DNA E. Students need to explore internet.34. The use of mobile phones too ofthen can also decreases … of sperm. A. the numbers D. the color B. the quality E. the size C. the movement35. This is the thesis of the text A. Do they need mobile phones badly before they are 17? B. In my opinion, mobile phones should be banned from school. C. They even have a slogan that „What you are depends on what your phone is‟. D. Technology is growing fast nowadays, and so is the technology of communicating. E. For the sake of communication, almost all children beginning from 12 years old own mobile phones.36. This argument doesn‟t support the thesis. A. Mobile phones hinder children to move easily. B. Mobile phone radiation is very dangerous for human‟s brain. C. Mobile phones have separated close friends, although they connect people all over the world. D. Mobile phone is very helpful for the users to socialize and get new information in very short time. E. Children tend to check their mobile phones every 5 minutes to see whether or not there is a notification that disturb them to concentrate to the lesson.37. Read this text, observe the table, and choose the best choice. A noun names a person. May be someone that you know in your family or community. It could be anybody in the world. It could also be an occupation. A noun names a place. It can be where you are or where you go. A noun also names something. May be something that you see or in your mind. 11
  • Which of these are nouns in your mind? I II III IV V Reynold Wisdom London Grace Thailand Mother Love Father Pilot Teacher Policeman Peace Indonesia Sister Beach School Nightmare Olivia Bank Son A. I D. IV B. II E. V C. III38. Read this text, and find which sentence use Passive Voice. Where Should Be after High School? 1) The National examination result had been publicly enounced. 2)Euphoria was done by those who got success. 3) In the other hand, it is sorry to hear that there are some of them who do not succeed in their national final examination. 4) For those who succeed soon will think to decide; where they will be after graduating high school. 5)Actually it will be easy to decide for those who had arranged and thought earlier but for those who have not planed yet, it will be quite confusing. A. 1 and 2 D. 4 and 5 B. 2 and 3 E. 1 and 5 C. 3 and 439. I want to buy a car, … I save my money. A. for D. so B. but E. nor C. or40. Which sentence is the best combination of both? I had finished my assignment. I played drum. A. After I had finished my assignment, I played drum. B. After I had finished my assignment I played drum. C. I played drum, after I had finished my assignment. D. I had finished my assignment, before I played drum. E. I played drum, before I had finished my assignment. 12
  • II. Answer the questions based on each instruction. 41. Read the story, and analyze the generic structure. King Solomon’s Mines By H. Rider Haggard The story begins when Sir Henry Curtis, an aristocrat from England asked Allan Quartermain to find his brother, George Neville, who was lost in seeking King Solomon‟s mines. Having the map to the mine site given by a descendent of Jose da Silvestra, a Portugese explorer who claimed to have found King Solomon‟s Mines, he agreed to take the request with one condition, that Sir Henry Curtis would provide for Quartermain‟s medical student son should he met his end. Allan agreed when a native from Africa was begging to come along. The journey was begun. They arrived at a vast desert. Nearly died for thurst, they left some of their supplies behind. They found a dirty oase, drank some water, and continued to the mountain known as „Sheba‟s Breasts‟. They spent the night in the very cold cave. There, one of the team died. They also found Jose da Silvestra‟s corpes and laid his friend there. When they were having a rest in a camp, Captain Good met a group of native hunters, who identified themselves as Kukuanas led by Infadoos. Along with them was Scraga, the son of Twalla, King of Kukuana who was very cruel. He found that Umbopa resembled them. This group was about to attack them that they claimed themselves as „the white men from the stars‟. They convinced the Kukuanas othersworldly nature. Then they went to Loo, the capital of Kukuana Land, to bring them before King Twalla who ruled the Kukuanas cruelly. On the way, Infadoos told them how King Twalla got the power to be the King by killing his twin brother King Imefu and drove his wife and son away. Umbopa was interested in his information, and finally revealed himself to be the lost prince, Ignosi, the rightful king of the Kukuanas as indicated by the serpent mark around his waist. The next morning, the met King Twall and his advisor, Gagool. King Twalla warned them that he could kill them, but he was stopped by a display of the white men to display his ability to kill at a distance with their fire arms. Knowing the cruelty of King Twalla, Umbopa tried to convince the Kukuanas leaders to follow him. They would not do so unless the white men showed the power of the king. They used the next lunar eclipse as their power. When the lunas eclipse happened, they believed that Umbopa had power of the king. Knowing that Umbopa had the power of the king, Twalla became panic and the civil war was broken. The whitemen won the war and asked Gagool to show where the mines were kept. She did it, but while the men were amazed with the diamond, she tried to trap them inside the cave. Foulata, a Kukuana who accompanied the whitemen and seemed to fall in love with Capatain Good, tried to delay Gagool that she was crushed beneath the stone door. Foulata and Gagool died due to the door closure. Captain Good was saddened by Foulata‟s death. The white men found the way out to escape carrying a handful of the diamond. They decided to return to their country, and left Umbopa with their people. On the 13
  • way home, they met George Neville whose one of his legs was lost. Sir HenryCurtis invited Allan Quartermain to live around them together with his son. 14
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  • 42. Add a twist to this story to turn it into a Spoof. Jack and the Beanstalk Once upon a time there was a boy called Jack. He lived with his mother in a little house. Jack was a very lazy boy. One day Jack took the cow to market to sell her. On the way he met an old lady. She gave Jack some beans for his cow. When Jack got home his mother was very angry. She threw the beans away! The beans grew into a big beanstalk. Jack went up to the top and entered a Giant‟s house. The Giant‟s wife told him to hide. Otherwise, the Giant would eat him. Not long, the Giant went home. “Fee Fi Fo Fum!” said the giant. “I smell a human body. Where is he?” The wife said, “No, dear. It‟s only your imagination”. Then the Giant‟s wife massaged him until he felt asleep. The Giant‟s wife gave the harp and the hen to Jack, as it was Jack‟s family‟s. She told him to play the harp, and the hen would lay golden eggs. Jack returned home. The Giant chased him, but soon he cut down the beanstalk. Jack showed what he got to his mother. From that time on, Jack and his mother lived in wealth. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ 16
  • 43. Construct a Hortatory Exposition text based on this issue. Issue: Should students join scouting? Notes: a. Write the thesis in at least 3 sentences. b. Give at least 3 arguments. c. Make a recommendation which goes with the thesis.TitleThesisArgumentsRecommendation 17
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