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Wednesday, August 31, 2016



41-42
I still remember that day vividly.That nihgt I had studied at school library;it was around   o’clock,and I prepared to go back home.As I passed through the school gate,I said goodbaye to my friends.Suddenly I saw a strange thing in front of me.There was a male standing beside the cross-walk;the traffic light was green for pedestrians,he couldwalk forward,but he didn’t.he was just standing there and made no actions.I was confused at this sight.Then ,Out of curiosity,I decided to walk over to him and too see what was happening.I felt perplexed until I walked next to him ,I could see he was wearing sungalasses and holding a white stick;then I knew this man was blind.
I this cold winter day, pedestrians all wore heavy coats, including him and me. His was gray and mine was black. I also noticed that there was a sign around his neck. The sign said “I am virtually deaf and blind; please help me cross the street. Tap me on the shoulder.” I knew I must help him. So I tapped him on the shoulder,and after that he put his left hand on my right shoulder and I led him across the street. All the process was quiet; the only thing I could hear was the sounds of our steps. It was a chilly night too, but I knew he would feel warm at this moment.
When we got across the street, he bowed in thanks, and started walking up the block, to the next corner, then the text. While he walked past me, I couldn’t help but start to weep. I wanted to walk him home. It was not a very busy street, almost deserted. He have been there, on that corner, for 10 minutes. Maybe he is still at another corner, now, waiting. How does he get home ? How does he know here his home is ? Thinking of this, I cried more loudly. Ican’t imagine being deaf and blind. You would be so helpless and dependent on other people. Can you imagine going home like that every day : Walking a block,then waiting for someone to help you get across the street, then walking another  block, and waiting,relying on the kindess of strangers ? After this incident, I realized how blessed I am. I should cherish every day and domy best to help the people who need help in my life.


1.  why did the writer say the scene in front of her was strange ?
A   .Thtere was a man who should have crossed the street but he just stood still.
B.   There was a man who should not be there at that evening.
C..  There was a man who begged for some money.
D.  There was a man who looked like criminal
E.   There was a man who could not walk.


2.  The man did not cross the street  because……….
A. He is too tired
B. He traffic is heavy
C. He waited for somebody to help him
D. He waited for the traffic light to turn green
E. He was lost and did not know where to go

3.  How did the writer know that the man was deaf and blind ?
A. She spoke to him but he did not answer.
B. Somebody told her the condition of the man.
C.  From a sign hanging over man’s neck
D. From the walking stick the man held in his hand.
E. Nobody told her, it was just an intuition.

4.  What does the word  ‘perplex’ in line 6  mean?
A. Curious
B. Confused
C.  Sad
D.  Uneasy
E.  Excited

5.  Below are what the writer learned form her experience, EXCEPT……..
    A. She is grateful not to be dependent on other people
    B. She should appreciate her life every day
    C. It’s good to help people in need
    D. Being independent is no fun at all
    E. It is okay to cry

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     Small childrenseem to learn very quickly, While adults sometimes to lose the ability to pick up new subject such as languages, music, games, or computer program. In this essay, I will discuss whether children or adults make the best learners.
     It is undoubtedly true that children seem to learn very quickly. In  just a few years, they can learn how to play a musical instrument, speak

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  1. According to the text, otohime is ……
    1. a public women’s room
    2. a machine that produces the sound of  toilet flushing
    3. a machines that flushes water into the toilet
    4. a Japanese prince
    5. a men’s restroom

  1. The following statements are true EXCEPT ……
    1. Many Japanese women’s use more water than necessary when they are using the toilet
    2. There are two ways to activate otohime
    3. Many Japanese men do not need otohime
    4. Japanese women like to use otohime when using the toilet
    5. Otohime is the name of Japanese goddess
  
  1. Some of the Japanese women prefer not to use otohime because ……
    1. it is expensive
    2. it is difficult to use
    3. it cannot replace the real sound of toilet flushing
    4. it is not always available in public women’s rooms
    5. it is an old-fashion device

EXPLANATION

            The basic idea of the TV phone is pretty simple : it’s a cell phone that acts as a TV receiver. TV signals are just radio signals. Cell phones pick up radio signals all the time-it’s what they do. In the case of  TV phones, they have the ability to receive radio signal in the TV-allocated frequency bands in addition to the bands allocated for cell-phone voice data. For instance, a TV phone in the United States might tone in to the 2110-to-2170 Mhz band for a conversation and the 54-to-60 Mhz band to pick up channel 2. just like your home TV, a TV phone has the equipment to extract the audio and video content from radio signals and procces them to display a TV show on it’s screen.
            The concept  is not earth-shattering, but delivering TV signals within a mobile framework poses some callenges. For  one thing, streaming video requires fast transmission speeds. Previous “2G” GSM networks offered data-delivery speeds of 10 to 14 kilobites persecond (Kbps), and “2.5G” networks offered 30 to 100 Kbps. At 10 Kbps, a TV show is really slide show; and at 100 Kbps, it’s preety choppy. There’s also the bandwidth issue. Televison data takes up a lot more space than voice data, and delivering live TV thousands of cell phones simultaneously can slow a network to a crawel. Finnaly, receiving, processing and displaying video content requires battery power, and cell phones don’t have much juice to spare.
            But technology advances are  beginning to make TV phones a viable luxury. Fast “3G” networks (which provide broadband internet acces to cell phone and other mobile devices) provide data-transfer rates of 144 Kbps to 2 Megabits per second (Mbps). 3G multicasting technology saves  bandwidth by allowing multiple subscribers to acces a single broadcast strame (as opposed to unicasting, which is a one-to-one transmissions). And companies are implemetting power-saving transmission techniques like time slicing, which transmits dat in spaced intervals so the receiver can trun off  between transmissions.
            While you can subscribe to a TV service plan right now ( such as MobiTV, sprint TV or smartvideo) if you have the right phone, the standards for mobile TV broadcast and delivery methods are still in their infancy.


  1. The pupose one of the passage is ……
    1. to differentiate between cell phone and TV phones
    2. to describe the elements of  TV phones
    3. to persuade readers to buy TV phones
    4. to explain about how TV phones work
    5. to present the advantages of TV phones over cell phones

  1. What makes cell phone enable to broadcast TV signals ?
    1. extra frequency bands that pick up TV channels
    2. a tool to pull out audio content from radio signals
    3. a tool to pull out video content from radio signals
    4. a tool to process the extracted audio and video content to displayed on the screen
    5. all of the above

  1. The  problems faced by TV phone are presented ……
    1. in the first paragraph
    2. in the second paragraph
    3. in the third paragraph
    4. in the fourth paragraph
    5. troughout the passage

  1. Which of the following statements is not the challenge of TV phones with 2-2.5G
networks?
    1. they have limited bandwidth
    2. they cost a lot of money
    3. they need greater battery power
    4. TV show delivery my result in slow network
    5. They do not provide quick transmission speed


  1. TV phones with 3G network….
    1. offer much better picture quality
    2. are still slow in receiving content
    3. offer inexpensive technology
    4. have weak battery
    5. are not yet available

  1. the word ‘subscribe’ in line 24 is closest in meaning to which of the following?
    1. tune in
    2. switch channel
    3. pay regularly
    4. change
    5. ask for a connection
 
PROCEDURE

Many English learners admit that they have difficulties in listening to native speakers of English. The following are some strategies to a better and easier understanding of listening task. 
First, prepare yourself for the listening activity before it begins. Try to predict what you are going  to hear. For example, if your teacher tells you that what you are going to hear to about Australian animals, then before listening to it, quickly think of some of the vocabulary that you think you might hear – koala, kangaroo, emu, and so on. Second, listen for the main idea or ideas and do not worry about hearing every detail. After listening, write down the points you felt were most important. Third, listen for signposts are those words that tell you about the organization of the tall-words like first, secondly and finally. These signposts will assist you to listen more effectively by making the talk easier to follow. The last important listening skill is being able to listen for specific information and for detail. These are linked with prediction. The ability to hear certain pieces of information amongst the whole text is very important, for example, in answering questions in listening test.
1.      The text is about ……
a.       how to use signposting in a listening  activity
b.      how to predict the key words in the recording
c.       how to listen effectively
d.      how to listen the main idea
e.       how to listen for specific detail

2.      it is implied from the text that ……
a.       it is necessary to get the meaning of each word to understand a talk
b.      guessing what will be heard is and important skill to be used in listening tasks
c.       students need to have good vocabulary mastery in order to be good listeners
d.      signposting helps students to get the main idea of a listening teks
e.       being able to get specific information from a talk is the only key to a good listening

3.      which of the following is the example of signposts?
a.       one, two, three, four
b.      once, twice, three times
c.       always, often, seldom, rarely
d.      next, then, also, in addition
e.       turn left, right, go straight

4.      if you are going to listen about pollution, which of the following words that you might hear?
a.       globe, map, countries, world
b.      cars, factory, waste, recycle
c.       land, animals, food, migration
d.      weapon, gun, machines, bullet
e.       wine, detergent, water, fruit
NARRATIVE
           
            Once, three fish lived in a pond. One evening, some fishermen passed by the pond and saw the fish. “ This pond is full of fish “, they told each other excitedly. “ We have never fished here before. We must come back tomorrow morning with our nets and catch these fish! “ so saying, the fishermen left.
            When the eldest of the three fish heard this, he was troubled. He called the orther fish together and said, “ Did you hear what the fishermen said? We must leave this pond at once. The fishermen will return tomorrow and kill us all! “ the second of the three fish agreed. “ you are right ”, he said. “ We must leave the pond “.
            But the youngest fish laughed. “ You are worrying without reason “, he said. “ We have lived in this pond all our lives, and no fishermen has ever come here. Why should these men return? I am not going anywhere – my luck will keep me safe.
            The eldest of the fish left the pond that very evening with his entire family. The second fish saw the fishermen coming in the distance early next morning and left the pond at once with all his family. The third fish refused to leave even then.
            The fishermen arrived and caught all the fish left in the pond. The third fish’s luck did not help him – he too was caught and killed.

1.      What is the topic of the story?
a.   The fishermen
b.   The cruel fishermen
c.   The three fish
d.   Wise Fish
e.   Life in the pond

2.      Which of the following is NOT the moral of the story?
a.   Worrying without reason is unwise
b.   Act as soon as possible whenever a problem is approaching
c.   It is not enough to rely on luck
d.   Stay out of  troubles
e.   If you see a danger ahead of you and act before it arrives, you will be saved.
3.      The fishermen did not catch the fish that very evening because ……
a.   They did not bring their fishing equipment
b.   They needed more people to catch the fish
c.   It was already dark so they could not see the fish clearly
d.   It was cold to fish at night
e.   They were in a hurry

4.      The word ‘distance’ in line 13 has the same meaning as …….
a.   near
b.   close
c.   within reach
d.   far
e.   approaching

EXPOSITION

            Most men and women eat meat, althought some ( mostly in rich countries ) eat much more than others. Almost all of this meat is the flesh of domiticated livestock – animals born and raised on farms – to be killed and sold for their meat. People who make a choice never to eat meat are vegetarians, altought there are different views about what this can mean. Some people are vegans, choosing not to eat any animal product, including eggs and dairy (milk) foods such as cheese, butter and yoghurt.
            Animals have right and it is wrong to kill them needlessly. Humans are animals too and it is not possible morally to set us apart from orther species. Animals many not be as clever as people, but a baby is less intelligent than an ape and we don’t say that means it should havefewer rights. Like us, animals can feel pleasure and pain, and they suffer if they are shut up and forced to live and eat in unnatural ways. Many religious people believe that all life is sacred, and that nothing should be made to suffer without need. For these reasons killing and eating animals is a from of murder.
            Eating meat means that animals suffer. Farming involves animals like cows, sheep, pigs, and chickens being kept in nasty conditions and cruelly killed. Supermarkets put huge pressure on farmers to produce meat, milk and eegs at rock bottom prices, so it is not surprising that animal welfare is neglected in a search for profit.
            Farming animals for meat is very unnatural. Some animals do kill others for food, but at least prey species live free and any suffering in the hunt is almost always over quickly. And unlike lions or wolves, humans are moral beings, who are aware of the suffering they can cause and able to choose a different way of life. For this reason vegetarians dislike hunting as it inflicts long term cruelty on animals in a systematic way. Not only are farm conditions cruel, breeding foe meat, dairy or wool has created livestock which suffer all sorts of unnatural and painful diseases and conditions.  
            Vegetarianism is best for the planet. Farming animals is hugely wasteful in land – plant crops require a small part of the space to produce the same amount of the calories as livestock. So if every human ate a vegetarian diet there would be no need to chop down the rainforest and ruin the land. Nor would seas be emptied of fish and other species like dolphins and corals, which harmed by the methods used to catch them.
            A vegetarian diet is healthier for you. Eating a varied range of cereals, fruits, nuts and vegetables is a delicious way of getting all the vitamins, minerals, fibre and protein your body needs. In fact it is meat (and dairy) eaters who are eating unhealthily as they take in far too much fat, protein and cholesterol, and often far too little fibre and vitamins.
            Meat – eating is risky as it is linked to a range of serious illness. Almost all dangerous types of food – poisoning (e.g E – coli, salmonella) are passed on through meat or eggs. Close contact between humans and animals also leads to zoonosis – diseases such as bird ‘flu which can be passed on from animals to humans’. Hunters eating apes and monkeys are thought to have brought HIV / AIDS to humans. And using animal brains in the processed feed for livestock led to BSE in cattle and to CJD in humans who ate beef from infected cows.

  1. The purpose of this text is ……
    1. to describe the cruelty of human being towards animals
    2. to cite example of animal suffering
    3. to show people that it is wrong to eat meat
    4. to illustrate the danger of eating meat
    5. to defend vegetarian rights

  1. Which animal below is NOT an example of livestock?
    1. cows
    2. sheep
    3. cat
    4. chicken
    5. cattle

  1. What can we infer about vegans?
    1. they eat only certain kinds of meat
    2. they are the same as other vegetarians
    3. they are extreme vegetarians
    4. they do not want to eat meat
    5. they hate people who eat meat

  1. Below are the reason of why people become vegetarians EXCEPT ……
    1. animals are also God’s creatures that have rights
    2. farming animal is against nature and uneconomical
    3. eating meat causes a lot of disease
    4. vegetables are cheaper than meat
    5. killing animals is cruel and inhuman

  1. BSE and CJD are probably……
    1. kinds of the beef
    2. kinds of diseases
    3. kinds of cattle
    4. types of HIV / AIDS
    5. names of bacteria


  1. ‘Rock bottom’ in line 17 is closest in meaning to which of the following?
    1. profit
    2. lowest
    3. discounted
    4. solid
    5. high

















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