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1. Jellyfish are not really fish. They are invertebrate animals. This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. In fact, they have no bones at all.


Jellyfish have stomachs and mouths, but no heads. They have nervous systems for sensing the world around them, but no brains. They are made almost entirely of water, which is why you can look through them.


Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light. The light is made by a chemical reaction inside the jellyfish. Scientists believe jellyfish glow for several reasons. For example, they may glow to scare away predators or to attract animals they like to eat.


Most jellyfish live in salt water, 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 poles.


Which one creates jellyfish's light?

a. nervous system
[Jawaban Salah]

b. salt water
[Jawaban Salah]

c. white blood
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Chemical reaction
[Jawaban Benar]



2. Jellyfish are not really fish. They are invertebrate animals. This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. In fact, they have no bones at all.


Jellyfish have stomachs and mouths, but no heads. They have nervous systems for sensing the world around them, but no brains. They are made almost entirely of water, which is why you can look through them.


Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light. The light is made by a chemical reaction inside the jellyfish. Scientists believe jellyfish glow for several reasons. For example, they may glow to scare away predators or to attract animals they like to eat.


Most jellyfish live in salt water, 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 poles.


which one is the TRUE about Jellyfish based on the text?

a. They belong to invertebrate animals


[Jawaban Benar]

b. They have heads like other animals


[Jawaban Salah]

c. Their brain helps them find the food


[Jawaban Salah]

d. They cannot live in fresh water
[Jawaban Salah]



3. Jellyfish are not really fish. They are invertebrate animals. This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. In fact, they have no bones at all.


Jellyfish have stomachs and mouths, but no heads. They have nervous systems for sensing the world around them, but no brains. They are made almost entirely of water, which is why you can look through them.


Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light. The light is made by a chemical reaction inside the jellyfish. Scientists believe jellyfish glow for several reasons. For example, they may glow to scare away predators or to attract animals they like to eat.


Most jellyfish live in salt water, 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 poles.


What is text about?

a. Jellyfish


[Jawaban Benar]

b. Kinds of all fish


[Jawaban Salah]

c. All invertebrate animal


[Jawaban Salah]

d. Some kinds of sea animals
[Jawaban Salah]



4. Jellyfish are not really fish. They are invertebrate animals. This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. In fact, they have no bones at all.


Jellyfish have stomachs and mouths, but no heads. They have nervous systems for sensing the world around them, but no brains. They are made almost entirely of water, which is why you can look through them.


Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light. The light is made by a chemical reaction inside the jellyfish. Scientists believe jellyfish glow for several reasons. For example, they may glow to scare away predators or to attract animals they like to eat.


Most jellyfish live in salt water, 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 poles.


 “Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light.” (paragraph 3)

The word “glow” in the sentence means …

a. move
[Jawaban Salah]

b. shine
[Jawaban Benar]

c. produce
[Jawaban Salah]

d. appear
[Jawaban Salah]



5. The fastest baseball game on record took place on August 30, 1916. The two teams were from Winston-Salem and Asheville, North Carolina. The game was played in Asheville. The Winston-Salem team had to travel by train to and from Asheville. The last train that could get them back home on the same day was to leave at three o’clock. But the game was set for two o’ clock. How could they play the whole game and catch a train in just one hour? They asked the home team if they could start the game early. The Asheville team agreed.


The game started at 1:28. Both team played faster than they had ever had. All the batter swung at the first pitch. The team ran on and off the field between innings. Once, the Asheville pitcher even pitched before his teammates were on the field. The game was over at 1:59 . winston-Salem won by two-one. The players had no problem catching the train.


What is the text about?

a. The fastest baseball game on record


[Jawaban Benar]

b. Winston-Salem and Asheville


[Jawaban Salah]

c. Playing a game and catching a train


[Jawaban Salah]

d. Winston-Salem victory
[Jawaban Salah]



6. The fastest baseball game on record took place on August 30, 1916. The two teams were from Winston-Salem and Asheville, North Carolina. The game was played in Asheville. The Winston-Salem team had to travel by train to and from Asheville. The last train that could get them back home on the same day was to leave at three o’clock. But the game was set for two o’ clock. How could they play the whole game and catch a train in just one hour? They asked the home team if they could start the game early. The Asheville team agreed.


The game started at 1:28. Both team played faster than they had ever had. All the batter swung at the first pitch. The team ran on and off the field between innings. Once, the Asheville pitcher even pitched before his teammates were on the field. The game was over at 1:59 . winston-Salem won by two-one. The players had no problem catching the train.


“The fastest baseball game on record took place on August 30, 1916″

What does the underline phrase means?

a. Hastened


[Jawaban Salah]

b. Happened
[Jawaban Benar]

c. found
[Jawaban Salah]

d. matched
[Jawaban Salah]



7. Jasmine is a native flower to some tropical areas in South Asia, Africa and Australia. In India, some varieties of Jasmine are used for religious purposes.


The flower can grow up to 3 meters high and 2 meters wide. It releases its fragrance mostly after the sun sets especially nearing the full moon. Therefore, it is often associated with soothing night- time moods.


The planting of Jasmine is started by putting some cuttings in 3 inch posts within 4 weeks. After the roots grow, they are put into 6 inch pots. The soil in the pots should be kept moist but possible for the water to go through it for optimum growth.


There are some important advantages of Jasmine. In medication, this flower is often used for soothing headaches, stimulating brain, and restoring balance. Its extract is also widely used in the making of perfume.


When does Jasmine release the most fragrance?

a. In the morning


[Jawaban Salah]

b. In the evening
[Jawaban Benar]

c. In the afternoon
[Jawaban Salah]

d. At dawn
[Jawaban Salah]



8. Jasmine is a native flower to some tropical areas in South Asia, Africa and Australia. In India, some varieties of Jasmine are used for religious purposes.


The flower can grow up to 3 meters high and 2 meters wide. It releases its fragrance mostly after the sun sets especially nearing the full moon. Therefore, it is often associated with soothing night- time moods.


The planting of Jasmine is started by putting some cuttings in 3 inch posts within 4 weeks. After the roots grow, they are put into 6 inch pots. The soil in the pots should be kept moist but possible for the water to go through it for optimum growth.


There are some important advantages of Jasmine. In medication, this flower is often used for soothing headaches, stimulating brain, and restoring balance. Its extract is also widely used in the making of perfume.


What is the main idea of the last paragraph?

a. Jasmine is grown worldwide


[Jawaban Salah]

b. Jasmine has various benefits


[Jawaban Benar]

c. Jasmine can cause headache


[Jawaban Salah]

d. There are some varieties of Jasmine
[Jawaban Salah]



9. Jasmine is a native flower to some tropical areas in South Asia, Africa and Australia. In India, some varieties of Jasmine are used for religious purposes.


The flower can grow up to 3 meters high and 2 meters wide. It releases its fragrance mostly after the sun sets especially nearing the full moon. Therefore, it is often associated with soothing night- time moods.


The planting of Jasmine is started by putting some cuttings in 3 inch posts within 4 weeks. After the roots grow, they are put into 6 inch pots. The soil in the pots should be kept moist but possible for the water to go through it for optimum growth.


There are some important advantages of Jasmine. In medication, this flower is often used for soothing headaches, stimulating brain, and restoring balance. Its extract is also widely used in the making of perfume.


The underlined word in " ... it is often associated with ...", is closest in meaning to ....

a. Attached


[Jawaban Salah]

b. Compared



[Jawaban Salah]

c. Connected
[Jawaban Benar]

d. Propagated
[Jawaban Salah]



10. An eclipse is an astronomical event that occurs when one celestial object moves into the shadow of another. The term is most often used to describe either a solar eclipse, when the Moon's shadow crosses the Earth's surface, or a lunar eclipse, when the Moon moves into the shadow of Earth.


Eclipses may occur when the Earth and Moon are aligned with the Sun, and the shadow of one body cast by the Sun falls on the other. So at New Moon (or rather Dark Moon), when the Moon is in conjunction with the Sun, the Moon may pass in front of the Sun as seen from a narrow region on the surface of the Earth and cause a solar eclipse. At Full Moon, when the Moon is in opposition to the Sun, the Moon may pass through the shadow of the Earth, and a lunar eclipse is visible from the night half of the Earth.


An eclipse does not happen at every New or Full Moon, because the plane of the orbit of the Moon around the Earth is tilted with respect to the plane of the orbit of the Earth around the Sun, so as seen from the Earth, when the Moon is nearest to the Sun (New Moon) or at largest distance (Full Moon), the three bodies usually are not exactly on the same line.


What is the main idea of the third paragraph?

a. We can see the surface of the Moon from the Earth


[Jawaban Salah]

b. The Sun is the biggest planet in our solar system


[Jawaban Salah]

c. An eclipse never happens at New or Full Moon


[Jawaban Benar]

d. The Sun and the Moon rotate on the same line
[Jawaban Salah]



11. An eclipse is an astronomical event that occurs when one celestial object moves into the shadow of another. The term is most often used to describe either a solar eclipse, when the Moon's shadow crosses the Earth's surface, or a lunar eclipse, when the Moon moves into the shadow of Earth.


Eclipses may occur when the Earth and Moon are aligned with the Sun, and the shadow of one body cast by the Sun falls on the other. So at New Moon (or rather Dark Moon), when the Moon is in conjunction with the Sun, the Moon may pass in front of the Sun as seen from a narrow region on the surface of the Earth and cause a solar eclipse. At Full Moon, when the Moon is in opposition to the Sun, the Moon may pass through the shadow of the Earth, and a lunar eclipse is visible from the night half of the Earth.


An eclipse does not happen at every New or Full Moon, because the plane of the orbit of the Moon around the Earth is tilted with respect to the plane of the orbit of the Earth around the Sun, so as seen from the Earth, when the Moon is nearest to the Sun (New Moon) or at largest distance (Full Moon), the three bodies usually are not exactly on the same line.


What will happen if the Moon's shadow crosses the Earth's surface? There will be ….

a. A lunar eclipse


[Jawaban Salah]

b. Solar eclipse


[Jawaban Benar]

c. New moon


[Jawaban Salah]

d. Full moon
[Jawaban Salah]



12. An eclipse is an astronomical event that occurs when one celestial object moves into the shadow of another. The term is most often used to describe either a solar eclipse, when the Moon's shadow crosses the Earth's surface, or a lunar eclipse, when the Moon moves into the shadow of Earth.


Eclipses may occur when the Earth and Moon are aligned with the Sun, and the shadow of one body cast by the Sun falls on the other. So at New Moon (or rather Dark Moon), when the Moon is in conjunction with the Sun, the Moon may pass in front of the Sun as seen from a narrow region on the surface of the Earth and cause a solar eclipse. At Full Moon, when the Moon is in opposition to the Sun, the Moon may pass through the shadow of the Earth, and a lunar eclipse is visible from the night half of the Earth.


An eclipse does not happen at every New or Full Moon, because the plane of the orbit of the Moon around the Earth is tilted with respect to the plane of the orbit of the Earth around the Sun, so as seen from the Earth, when the Moon is nearest to the Sun (New Moon) or at largest distance (Full Moon), the three bodies usually are not exactly on the same line.


What is the main idea of the third paragraph?

a. We can see the surface of the Moon from the Earth


[Jawaban Salah]

b. The Sun is the biggest planet in our solar system


[Jawaban Salah]

c. An eclipse never happens at New or Full Moon


[Jawaban Benar]

d. The Sun and the Moon rotate on the same line
[Jawaban Salah]



13. Butterflies are a type of insect with large and often colorful wings. They start out as eggs. They lay their eggs on leaves. The eggs hatch into caterpillars with tabular body. The caterpillar eats leaves, beds, or flowers of plants.


When a caterpillar is full sized, it goes into another stage called chrysalis. Caterpillars attach themselves to something solid before becoming a chrysalis. The caterpillar inside the chrysalis changes into a butterfly. Some butterflies make the change in one week. Some others take years to change.


When the change is complete, the adult butterfly splits the chrysalis. The insect unfolds its wings and pumps blood and air into then. It spreads out the wings until they become dry and harder. The beautiful butterfly then flies to get nectar from flowers. Most butterflies live only for one or two weeks.


What is the text mostly about?

a. Butterflies' life stages


[Jawaban Benar]

b. How a caterpillar lives


[Jawaban Salah]

c. How butterflies lay their eggs


[Jawaban Salah]

d. Physical characteristics of butterflies
[Jawaban Salah]



14. Butterflies are a type of insect with large and often colorful wings. They start out as eggs. They lay their eggs on leaves. The eggs hatch into caterpillars with tabular body. The caterpillar eats leaves, beds, or flowers of plants.


When a caterpillar is full sized, it goes into another stage called chrysalis. Caterpillars attach themselves to something solid before becoming a chrysalis. The caterpillar inside the chrysalis changes into a butterfly. Some butterflies make the change in one week. Some others take years to change.


When the change is complete, the adult butterfly splits the chrysalis. The insect unfolds its wings and pumps blood and air into then. It spreads out the wings until they become dry and harder. The beautiful butterfly then flies to get nectar from flowers. Most butterflies live only for one or two weeks.


Why do butterflies fly to some flowers?

a. To get nectar


[Jawaban Benar]

b. To pump blood


[Jawaban Salah]

c. To get some food


[Jawaban Salah]

d. To dry their wings
[Jawaban Salah]



15. The sugar glider is a marsupial, just like the many other Australian animals – the kangaroo, the koala and the wombat for instance. The sugar glider is a possum – very similar to the tupai in Indonesia. It basically lives in trees. It eats leaves and fruit. However, the Australian sugar glider has a very special skill. It can jump from tree to tree like a tupai but it can also `sort of fly’ as well. In fact, it glides or terbang layang in Bahasa Indonesia. When it jumps from one tree to another it spreads its four legs out wide; and its extra skin also spreads out and functions like a parachute.


What does the text tell us about?…

a. The kangaroo
[Jawaban Salah]

b. The koala
[Jawaban Salah]

c. The wombat
[Jawaban Salah]

d. The sugar glider
[Jawaban Benar]



16. The sugar glider is a marsupial, just like the many other Australian animals – the kangaroo, the koala and the wombat for instance. The sugar glider is a possum – very similar to the tupai in Indonesia. It basically lives in trees. It eats leaves and fruit. However, the Australian sugar glider has a very special skill. It can jump from tree to tree like a tupai but it can also `sort of fly’ as well. In fact, it glides or terbang layang in Bahasa Indonesia. When it jumps from one tree to another it spreads its four legs out wide; and its extra skin also spreads out and functions like a parachute.


Why can the sugar glider glide from tree to tree?

a. It can spread its four legs and skin out wide
[Jawaban Benar]

b. It is very similar to the squirrels in Indonesia
[Jawaban Salah]

c. It basically lives in trees
[Jawaban Salah]

d. It eats leaves and fruit
[Jawaban Salah]



17. The sugar glider is a marsupial, just like the many other Australian animals – the kangaroo, the koala and the wombat for instance. The sugar glider is a possum – very similar to the tupai in Indonesia. It basically lives in trees. It eats leaves and fruit. However, the Australian sugar glider has a very special skill. It can jump from tree to tree like a tupai but it can also `sort of fly’ as well. In fact, it glides or terbang layang in Bahasa Indonesia. When it jumps from one tree to another it spreads its four legs out wide; and its extra skin also spreads out and functions like a parachute.


“….. it spreads its four legs out wide ……” The word made bold means…

a. executes
[Jawaban Salah]

b. exceeds
[Jawaban Salah]

c. extends
[Jawaban Benar]

d. examines
[Jawaban Salah]



18. What would be the best title for this passage?

a. “Saturn: The Planet with Rings”
[Jawaban Benar]

b. “Low-Density Planets”
[Jawaban Salah]

c. “Outer Planets”
[Jawaban Salah]

d. “Planets with Moons”
[Jawaban Salah]



19. Another interesting fact about Saturn is that it could float. That seems surprising because Saturn is the second-largest planet. Even though it is big, it doesn’t weight very much. It is less dense than water. Saturn rotates very quickly, which means that a day in Saturn is only about 10 hours long. Saturn is made up mostly of hydrogen and helium. There have been many unnamed trips to get a closer look at Saturn. Four space crafts have taken pictures and visited Saturn. These were the pioneer 11. Voyager 1, voyager 2, and Cassini.

According to the passage, which of the following is not a fact about the planet Saturn?

a. Saturn is the second-largest planet.
[Jawaban Salah]

b. A day on Saturn is about 10 hours long.
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Saturn rotates very quickly.
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Saturn has a great red spot.
[Jawaban Benar]



20. Another interesting fact Saturn is that it could float. That seems surprising because Saturn is the second-largest planet. Even though it is big, it doesn’t weight very much. It is less dense than water. Saturn rotates very quickly, which means that a day in Saturn is only about 10 hours long. Saturn is made up mostly of hydrogen and helium. There have been many unnamed trips to get a closer look at Saturn. Four space crafts have taken pictures and visited Saturn. These were the pioneer 11. Voyager 1, voyager 2, and Cassini.


What is the reason why humans cannot live on Saturn?

a. Saturn has more rings than other planets.
[Jawaban Salah]

b. Saturn is made up of mostly hydrogen and helium.
[Jawaban Benar]

c. Saturn is so light it could float.
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Saturn rotates quicker than Earth.
[Jawaban Salah]



21. How did the telescope change what people thought about Saturn?

a. Saturn was the first planet viewed through a telescope
[Jawaban Salah]

b. It was determined that Saturn was not located in a star’s position.
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Galileo discovered that Saturn had rings.
[Jawaban Benar]

d. Saturn was discovered to be the center of the universe.
[Jawaban Salah]



22. The rings of Saturn are made up of very tiny pieces of matter. There are so small objects floating that from a distance, they look like solid rings. The rings are also very thin. The rings are made up of rocky ice particles and dust. Saturn also has many moons.

Find the passive voice from the passage above.

a. The rings of Saturn are made up of very tiny pieces of matter.
[Jawaban Benar]

b. There are so small objects floating that from a distance, they look like solid rings.
[Jawaban Salah]

c. The rings are also very thin.
[Jawaban Salah]

d. The rings are made up of rocky ice particles and dust. Saturn also has many moons.
[Jawaban Benar]



23. Earthquake


Earthquake is a sudden shaking of the earth’s surface that often causes a lot of damage. It is the result of a sudden release of stored energy in the Earth’s crust that creates seismic waves. Earthquakes may happen naturally or as a result of human activities. Smaller earthquakes can also be caused by volcanic activity, landslides, mine, blasts, and nuclear experiments.


What is the purpose of the paragraph?

a. To give specific information about Earthquake.
[Jawaban Salah]

b. To present general information about Earthquake.
[Jawaban Benar]

c. To tell the causes of Earthquake.
[Jawaban Salah]

d. To show the readers about natural disaster.
[Jawaban Salah]



24. Earthquake is a sudden shaking of the earth’s surface that often causes a lot of damage. It is the result of a sudden release of stored energy in the Earth’s crust that creates seismic waves. Earthquakes may happen naturally or as a result of human activities. Smaller earthquakes can also be caused by volcanic activity, landslides, mine, blasts, and nuclear experiments.


What is an earthquake?

a. Earthquakes may happen naturally or as a result of human activities.
[Jawaban Salah]

b. Earthquake is a sudden flow of a large mass of snow or ice down.
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Earthquake is a sudden shaking of the earth’s surface that often causes a lot of damage.
[Jawaban Benar]

d. Earthquake is one of natural phenomena.
[Jawaban Salah]



25. Earthquake is a sudden shaking of the earth’s surface that often causes a lot of damage. It is the result of a sudden release of stored energy in the Earth’s crust that creates seismic waves. Earthquakes may happen naturally or as a result of human activities. Smaller earthquakes can also be caused by volcanic activity, landslides, mine, blasts, and nuclear experiments.


The word 'it' in the paragraph refers to ....

a. Damage
[Jawaban Salah]

b. The earth's surface
[Jawaban Salah]

c. The earth's crust
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Earthquake
[Jawaban Benar]



26. The size of an earthquake is usually reported using the Richter scale or related Moment scale. Earthquakes which are 3 on the Richter scale or lower are hard to notice, whereas, those which are 7 on the Richter scale causes serious damage over large areas.


From the passage to be able to cause destruction, how large does an earthquake have to be?

a. 3 on the Richter scale
[Jawaban Salah]

b. 5 on the Richter
[Jawaban Salah]

c. 7 on the Richter
[Jawaban Benar]

d. lower than 7 on the Richter
[Jawaban Salah]



27. What does the third paragraph tell us about?

a. The firefly’s glow.
[Jawaban Salah]

b. The diet of firefly.
[Jawaban Salah]

c. The firefly’s habitat.
[Jawaban Salah]

d. The anatomy of firefly.
[Jawaban Benar]



28. 1. “Both the adults and the larvae are carnivores.” (Last paragraph). The underlined word means....

a. meat eater


[Jawaban Benar]

b. grass lover
[Jawaban Salah]

c. creepy crawly
[Jawaban Salah]

d. prey hunter
[Jawaban Salah]



29. The guava is usually … when unripe.

a. white
[Jawaban Salah]

b. yellow
[Jawaban Salah]

c. green
[Jawaban Benar]

d. maroon
[Jawaban Salah]



30. The underlined word in “… for their edible fruit” is closest in meaning to something that can be…

a. eaten
[Jawaban Benar]

b. edited
[Jawaban Salah]

c. planted
[Jawaban Salah]

d. harvested
[Jawaban Salah]



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