REVIEW UNIT 1-5 GRADE XII 2012-2013 By Sardani

REVIEW UNIT 1-5 GRADE XII 2012-2013 By Sardani

 

 

  1. Policeman   : Your car causes too much pollution.

Driver        : Oh,__________, officer.

Policeman : Please consult a mechanic about it.

Driver        : I will.

a.   Why not

b.   I’m sorry

c.   How come

d.  Congratulations

e.   Don’t mention it

  1. Rita   : Do you think we still have time to correct our homework?

Ben    : Well, the teacher will come within a few minutes and we have to submit them.

From the dialogue we can conclude that Ben expresses…

a.   disagreement

b.   impossibility

c.   unwillingness

d.  uncertainty

e.   dislike

  1. A       : Can I see you tomorrow?

B       : All right, come at 10 o’clock, and I__________ teaching by then.

a.   will have finished

b.   have finished

c.   am finishing

d.  will be finishing

e.   will have been finishing

  1. A       : You seem to be waiting for something these days.

B       : That’s true; I am waiting … for an interview.

a.   called

b.  to call

c.   be called

d.  calling

e.   to be calling

  1. Mother       : You cough too often. Why don’t you stop …?

Father        : I have been trying to do that.

The suitable word to fill in the blank is …

a.   to smoke

b.  a cigarette

c.   sleep

d.  smoke

e.   smoking

  1. ‘I ordered pizza with mushroom as topping, but why you bring me seafood topping?’

The sentence above is an expression of ….

a.   suggesting

b.  telling someone to do something

c.   requesting

d.  denying

e.   complaining

  1. Shanty       : Why is the little girl crying?

Risa           : Oh, perhaps she … by her friend.

a.   is beat

b.   is beaten

c.   was beaten

d.  has been beaten

e.   was being beaten.

  1. People may not hunt protected animals.

The passive form is …

a.   protected animals may not hunt people

b.   protected animals may not hunted by people

c.   protected animals may not be hunted by people

d.  people may not be hunted by protected animals

e.   protected animals may not been hunted by people

  1. Dad           : ___________. Please help me to wash the car.

Ben            : Okay, Dad. I’d love to.

a.   I’ll do it

b.  I want you to do something

c.   I’m proud of you

d.  What are you doing

e.   I need you to be hurry

  1. A     : What has made these tourist resorts so unattractive now?

B      : The poor maintenance of facilities.

a. it

b. their

c. is

d.          they

e. theirs

 

 

11. A    :   What are you planning to

do with all fictions you’ve written?

B    :   ________them to

publishing company so it may be published.

a.   To be sending

b.   To send

c.   will send

d.   be sending

e.   we send

 

12. Linda   : Peter!  You  say really stupid things.

Peter   : OK, sorry. Don’t be angry.

a.   Be careful

b.   Shut up

c.   Be happy

d.   Watch out

e.   Take it easy

13. Tony      : Can you lend me a pound?

Simon : No way! You won’t give it back, I know.

From the above dialogue, Simon is…

a.   accusing Tony

b.   blaming Tony

c.   complaining Tony

d.   denying Tony

e.   Suggesting Tony.

14. Riany    : Don’t tell anybody. It’s a secret.

Diana    : I won’t.

a.   I believe

b.   I am sure

c.   I promise

d.   I am afraid

e.   I agree

15. Last Sunday, Marisa_______ to Jogjakarta with her friends.

a.   go

b.   went

c.   going

d.   gone

e.   goes

16. The following sentences are grammatically correct, except …

a.   Sam had flown when Sophie arrived in the airport

b.   After   Sam   had   flown, Sophie arrived in the airport

c.   Sophie was on the way to airport, when Sam departed

d.   Sam   departed   fifteen   minutes ago

e.   Sam flies to America now.

 

17. My mom had______ all  things should  bring to the summer camp, before I did.

a.   prepare

b.   prepared

c.   preparation

d.   preparing

e.   prepares

 

Saskia :     Who has eaten the cake for my friend’s birthday? I put it, on the refrigerator.

Dany   :   (8)_________I thought it is for us.

Saskia :     (9)_________! You should first ask before you take something which is not yours.

Dany    :   I’ve told you I’m so sorry. I promise I won’t do the same mistake.

18. a.   What cake?

b.   I have eaten it

c.   I don’t know

d.   Ups! I’m sorry

e.   Of course, it’s not me

19. a. I swear to God

b.   I promise

c.   It serves you right

d.   How dare you

e.   I’m to blame for that

20. From the dialogue above, Dany is ..

a.   admitting that he has made a mistake

b.   denying that he has made the mistake

c.   blaming Saskia for making a mistake

d.   complaining because he didn’t make a mistake

e.   telling Saskia that she has made a mistake

 

21. Read the text carefully and answer the questions number 21 to 24

 

 

 

  1. Which sentence says that people who eat properly is nor easy to have diseases?

a.    If he/she does get sick, recovery will probably come quite easily.

b.   some disease are actually caused
by not eating enough of certain kind of food.

c.   A person who eats enough of the right kinds of food is less likely to catch diseases.

d.   Gasoline burns to keep an automobile engine working.

e.    For example, people in some parts of the world suffer from kwashiorkor.

 

  1. The topic of paragraph two is …

a.    Eating the right kinds of f makes somebody healthy.

b.    many people suffer from kwashiorkor.

c.    Some disease are cause by not eating enough food.

d.    people have very little body resistance

e.    Kwashiorkor is a disease caused by too little protein.

23. Which one causes serious health problems according to the doctors?

a.    Vegetable and grains

b.    More fish and chicken

c.    Diseases of the heart and  blood vessels

d.    Overweight.

e.    Too much animal fat.

24. “It helps you to grow and to replace old tissues.” (par.1)

The word in bold type means to …

a.    substitute

b.    move

c.    throw

d.    enlarge

e.    strengthen

25. Human body is like an engine. Food is its fuel, (par.1)

The word ‘its’ refers to …

a.    engine

b.    food

c.    human body

d.    gasoline

e.    eat

26. Rita   :   Do you think we still have time to correct our homework?

Ben    :   Well, the teacher will come within a few  minutes and we have to submit them.

From the dialogue we can conclude that Ben expresses…

a.    disagreement

b.   impossibility

c.    unwillingness

d.    uncertainty

e.    dislike

27. Hani :   How was your vacation?

Rida :   It was raining all the time. I wish I could have gone out.

From the dialogue above, we know that …

a.    Rida had very nice vacation

b.    Rida did not have vacation

c.    Rida could not go out

d.    Rida could go out

e.    the weather is nice.

28. Tony  :   Can you lend me a pound?

Simon: No way! You won’t give it back, I know.

From the above dialogue, Simon is…

a.    accusing Tony

b.    blaming Tony

c.    complaining Tony

d.    denying Tony

e.    Suggesting Tony.

29. X       :   Ranti is very friendly, isn’t she?

Y     : You’re right. she is rich, she is not arrogant.

a.    Since

b.    Unless

c.    Because

d.    Although

e.    Inspite of

  1. Mother :   You cough too often. Why don’t you stop …?

Father :   I have been trying to do that.

The suitable word to fill in the blank is

a.    to smoke

b.    a cigarette

c.    sleep

d.    smoke

e.    smoking

 

Read the text carefully and answer the following questions

 

Read the story below and answer the questions

How the Rainbow Was Made

retold by S. E. Schlosser

One day when the earth was new, Nanbozho looked out the window of his house beside the wide waterfall and realized that all of the flowers in his meadow were exactly the same off-white color. How boring! He decided to make a change, so he gathered up his paints and his paintbrushes and went out to the meadow.

Nanbozho sat down in the tall grass and arranged his red and orange and yellow and green and blue and violet paint pots next to him. Then he began to paint the flowers in his meadow in many different colors. He painted the violets dark blue and the tiger lilies orange with brown dots. He made the roses red and pink and purple. He painted the pansies in every color combination he could think of. Then he painted every single daffodil bright yellow. Nanbozho hummed happily to himself as he worked in the brilliant daylight provided by Brother Sun.

Overhead, two little bluebirds were playing games with each other. The first little bluebird would chase his friend across the meadow one way. Then they would turn around and the second bluebird would chase him back the other way. zippity-zip went the first bluebird as he raced across the sky. zappity-zing went the second bluebird as he chased him in the brilliant sunshine.

Occasionally, Nanbozho would shade his eyes and look up.. .up into the endless blue Sky to watch the two little birds playing. Then he went back to work, painting yellow centers in the white daisies. Above him, the two birds decided to see how fast they could dive down to the green fields below them. The first bluebird sailed down and down, and then pulled himself up sharply just before he touched the ground. As he soared passed Nanbozho, his right wing dipped into the red paint pot. When the second bluebird dove toward the grass, his left wing grazed the orange paint pot.

Nanbozho scolded the two birds, but they Kept up their game, diving down toward the grass where he sat painting and then flying back up into the sky. Soon their feet and feathers were covered with paint of all colors. Finally Nanbozho stood up and waved his arms to shoo the birds away.

Reluctantly, the bluebirds flew away from Nanbozho and his paint pots, looking for another game to play. They started chasing each other again, sailing this way and that over top of the giant waterfall that stood next to Nanbozho’s house, zippity-zip, the first bluebird flew through the misty spray of the waterfall. The first bluebird left a red paint streak against the sky. zappity-zing, the second bluebird chased his friend through the mist, leaving an orange paint streak. Then the birds turned to go back the other way. This time, the first bluebird left a yellow paint streak and the second left a pretty blue-violet paint streak. As they raced back and forth, the colors grew more vivid.When Brother Sun shone on the colors, they sparkled radiantly through the mist of the waterfall.

Below them, Nanbozho looked up in delight when the brilliant colors spilled over his meadow. A gorgeous arch of red and orange and yellow and green and blue and violet shimmered in the sky above the waterfall. Nanbozho smiled at the funny little bluebirds and said; “You have made a rainbow!”

Nanbozho was so pleased that he left the rainbow permanently floating above his waterfall, its colors shimmering in the sunshine and the misting water From that day to this, whenever Brother Sun shines his light on the rain or the mist, a beautiful rainbow forms, it is a reflection of the mighty rainbow that still stands over the waterfall at Nanbozho’s house.

Taken from: http://.americanfolklore.net

31. Why was Nanbolzo boring?

a. He felt dull.

b. He was alone.

c. The earth was new.

d. The birds bothered him.

e. The blue birds were planning games overhead.

  1. How was the weather when Nanbolzo painted his flowers?

a. It was sunny.

b. It was wet.

c. It was hazy.

d. It was dark.

e. It was foggy.

33. Why was he angry with the blue birds?

a. The bluebirds spilled over his paint.

b. The bluebirds flew away from Nanbozho.

c. The bluebird chased his friend across the meadow

d. The bluebird left wing grazed the orange paint pot.

e. The two little bluebirds were playing games with each other.

34. Which bluebird flew through the misty spray of the waterfall?

a. the first blue bird

b. the second bluebird

c. the third bluebird

d. the fourth bluebird

e. the fifth bluebird

35. “You have made a rainbow!” What does the word ‘you’ refer to?

a. Nanbolzho

b. the gorgeous arch

c. two little bluebirds

d. the green and blue colour

e. the orange and yellow colour

36. “Reluctantly, the bluebirds flew away from Nanbozho and his paint pots,„ ”

What is the similar meaning of the underlined word?

a. fast     b. eagerly     c. willingly   d. hurriedly  e. unwillingly

 

Aladin, Nasreddin, Sinbad, etc are some of well-known 1001 nights stories all over the world. They are originally passed down and inherited from one generation to another by word of mouth. Most of those stories always have some moral values. What you can learn from those stories?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read the story below and answer the questions

How the Rainbow Was Made

retold by S. E. Schlosser

One day when the earth was new, Nanbozho looked out the window of his house beside the wide waterfall and realized that all of the flowers in his meadow were exactly the same off-white color. How boring! He decided to make a change, so he gathered up his paints and his paintbrushes and went out to the meadow.

Nanbozho sat down in the tall grass and arranged his red and orange and yellow and green and blue and violet paint pots next to him. Then he began to paint the flowers in his meadow in many different colors. He painted the violets dark blue and the tiger lilies orange with brown dots. He made the roses red and pink and purple. He painted the pansies in every color combination he could think of. Then he painted every single daffodil bright yellow. Nanbozho hummed happily to himself as he worked in the brilliant daylight provided by Brother Sun.

Overhead, two little bluebirds were playing games with each other. The first little bluebird would chase his friend across the meadow one way. Then they would turn around and the second bluebird would chase him back the other way. zippity-zip went the first bluebird as he raced across the sky. zappity-zing went the second bluebird as he chased him in the brilliant sunshine.

Occasionally, Nanbozho would shade his eyes and look up.. .up into the endless blue Sky to watch the two little birds playing. Then he went back to work, painting yellow centers in the white daisies. Above him, the two birds decided to see how fast they could dive down to the green fields below them. The first bluebird sailed down and down, and then pulled himself up sharply just before he touched the ground. As he soared passed Nanbozho, his right wing dipped into the red paint pot. When the second bluebird dove toward the grass, his left wing grazed the orange paint pot.

Nanbozho scolded the two birds, but they Kept up their game, diving down toward the grass where he sat painting and then flying back up into the sky. Soon their feet and feathers were covered with paint of all colors. Finally Nanbozho stood up and waved his arms to shoo the birds away.

Reluctantly, the bluebirds flew away from Nanbozho and his paint pots, looking for another game to play. They started chasing each other again, sailing this way and that over top of the giant waterfall that stood next to Nanbozho’s house, zippity-zip, the first bluebird flew through the misty spray of the waterfall. The first bluebird left a red paint streak against the sky. zappity-zing, the second bluebird chased his friend through the mist, leaving an orange paint streak. Then the birds turned to go back the other way. This time, the first bluebird left a yellow paint streak and the second left a pretty blue-violet paint streak. As they raced back and forth, the colors grew more vivid.When Brother Sun shone on the colors, they sparkled radiantly through the mist of the waterfall.

Below them, Nanbozho looked up in delight when the brilliant colors spilled over his meadow. A gorgeous arch of red and orange and yellow and green and blue and violet shimmered in the sky above the waterfall. Nanbozho smiled at the funny little bluebirds and said; “You have made a rainbow!”

Nanbozho was so pleased that he left the rainbow permanently floating above his waterfall, its colors shimmering in the sunshine and the misting water From that day to this, whenever Brother Sun shines his light on the rain or the mist, a beautiful rainbow forms, it is a reflection of the mighty rainbow that still stands over the waterfall at Nanbozho’s house.

Taken from: http://.americanfolklore.net

 

 

37. Why was Nanbolzo boring?

a. He felt dull.

b. He was alone.

c. The earth was new.

The two little bluebirds were playing games with each other.

  1. Which bluebird flew through the misty spray of the waterfall?

a. the first blue bird

b. the second bluebird

c. the third bluebird

d. the fourth bluebird

e. the fifth bluebird

  1. “You have made a rainbow!” What does the word ‘you’ refer to?

a. Nanbolzho

b. the gorgeous arch

c. two little bluebirds

d. the green and blue colour

e. the orange and yellow colour

40. How was the weather when Nanbolzo painted his flowers?

a. It was sunny.

b. It was wet.

c. It was hazy.

d. It was dark.

e. It was foggy.

41. Why was he angry with the blue birds?

a. The bluebirds spilled over his paint.

b. The bluebirds flew away from Nanbozho.

c. The bluebird chased his friend across the meadow

d. The bluebird left wing grazed the orange paint pot.

e. “Reluctantly, the bluebirds flew away from Nanbozho and his paint pots,„ ”

42. What is the similar meaning of the underlined word?

a. fast     b. eagerly     c. willingly

d. hurriedly       e. unwillingly

 

  1. Risa   :   I wish I had invested my money instead of spending it on a new handphone.

The underlined part of the sentence means…

a. Risa had invested her money

b. Risa did not invest her money

c. Risa did not invest my money

d. Risa does not invest her maney

e. Risa wanted to invest her money

44. Shop keeper :   We are so sorry, the shop is already closed.

Customer       : Well, it’s alright. I … earlier.

a. should have come     b.might have come

c. would have come     d.       will have come

e. may have come

 

45. Derry : Why do you always run around this stadium everyday?

Soni   : I do it …

Which of the following is not suitable to complete the dialogue?

a. however very tired I am

b. so that I had a healthy heart

c. so that I could loose weight

d. in order that my body gets stronger

e. because I didn’t want to be overweight

46. Rina drinks tea almost every day. Rina drinks coffee rarely.

The following sentence are true, except …

a. Rina prefer tea to coffee

b. Rina would prefer to drink tea to
coffee

c. Rina likes tea better than coffee

d. Rina would rather

47. Smoking can be the cause of many illnesses and respiratory disorders; it may harm non-smokers.

a. consequently

b. however

c. in addition

d. nevertheless

e. otherwise

48. Siska  : What did Ratna say when she heard that gossip about her?

Chiara: She was so angry and sad   she started crying.

a. therefore

b. after

c. that

d. so

e. when

49. Yastrin : Which one do like to eat, pizza or spaghetti?

Nina      : I prefer eating pizza to spaghetti.

The underlined utterance expresses …

a. preference

b. invitation

c. intention
 

 

 

Every year, thousands of young people in Britain finish school and then take a year off before they start work or go to university. Some young people go to other countries and work as volunteers. Volunteers give their time to help people—for example, they work in school or hospitals, or they help with conservation.

Pauline Jones, 18, lives in Cardiff, Wales. Next year she wants to go to university to study Spanish, but now she’s living in Belize. Pauline says, ‘I’m working with other people here to protect the coral reefs in the sea near Belize. The reefs here are beautiful, but if the sea water is very polluted, the coral dies. I’m helping to do research on the coral and the fish that live around the reefs. All over the world, coral reefs are dying. We need to do something about the problem before it’s too late.

I’m staying with a family here and I help with the cooking and the cleaning, I don’t get any money, but that’s OK,. I love my work here and I’m learning a lot about the people of Belize-and my self! When I finish my work, I want to stay here for another three months. I want to travel around Belize and Central America.

From: English in Mind, 2007

 

 

 

50. What is the best title for the text above?

a. Hard work and no money

b. Holiday in Belize

c. Young people of Britain

d. Research on Coral Reefs

e. Before Going to University

52. Who is Pauline Jones?

a. a student in Britain

b. University student in Belize

c. a volunteer for coral reefs conservation

d. A worker for coral reefs conservation

e. A researcher

  1. Which statement is not true according to the text?

a. Pauline Jones, 18, comes from Cardiff, Wales

b. Pauline Jones is planning to study
Spanish in university next year

c. Pauline Jones is working voluntarily to protect coral reefs in Belize

d. Pauline Jones is highly paid for working at coral reefs conservation in Belize

e.       Pauline Jones wants to stay another three

 

54. The synonym of the word “to protect” (par. 2, line 2)

  1. to analyze           B. to conserve      C. to take care     D. to anage
  2. to harm

 

  1. Volunteers give their time to help people…’ (par. 1)

The word “their” in the sentence refers to …

a.  workers      b. young people            c. university students

d.  volunteers           e. people of Belize

 

  1. My sister eat so many cakes … she has stomachache.

a.  for              b. to            c. when      d. since                e. that

 

  1. My mother________ when I___________ home.

a.  was cooking, come                b. is cooking, came

c.   was cooking, came                 d. cooked, was coming

e.  cooks, comes

 

58. Was John accepted at that company?

B : He might have been; I haven’t seen him around for some time.

From the above dialogue we may conclude that he …

  1. refuses to work for the company
  2. is not working for the company
  3. is still unemployed
  4. was certainly accepted
  5. was probably accepted

 

59. The man hit by car yesterday would have died if the doctors had not immediately operated on him. From the above sentence, we may conclude that …

a. the man will immediately operated on

b. the man is still alive

c. it’s too late to save the man

d. the man died after the operation

e. the doctor did not operate on him

 

60.My father would rather watch football match than badminton. We may also say …

a. My father doesn’t like both of them

b. My father likes to watch football match and badminton

c. My father likes watching football game better than badminton

d. My father likes watching
badminton better than football

e. My father likes both of them

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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