The following text is for questions number 1 to 5.
1 pineapple cut into dices
3 glasses of water
1 glass of granulated sugar
1. Boil water until boiled.
2. Then add sugar, cinnamon, and clovers.
3. Bring it to boil and add the pineapples.
4. Wait until you can smell the pineapple.
5. Remove from heat and serve cold.
(Source: BSE, Scaffolding English for Grade IX Students)
1. The recipe tells you how to make ….
C. granulated sugar
D. pineapple stew
2. What ingredients are needed to make pineapple stew?
A. Dice, glass, sugar
B. Pineapples, water, sugar
C. Glass, water, sugar
D. Pineapples, dice, water
3. How much sugar do we need?
A. 1 glass
B. 3 glasses
C. 1 cup
D. 3 spoons
4. When do we have to stop boiling the pineapple?
A. When the water is boiled
B. After sugar, cinamon, and clovers are added
C. When we smell the pineapple
D. After we remove the stew from heat
5. How should you serve the pineapple stew?
A. It is served cold
B. It is served hot
C. It is served raw
D. It is served uncooked
The following text is for questions number 6 and 7.
1 large ginger
granulated sugar as desired
½ piece of palm sugar
100 g peanuts, fried and get rid of its inner skin.
100 g green beans, boiled
3 slices of bread, slice into dices
100 g pomegranate seeds, boil until soft
1.Peel and slice the ginger.
2.Boil it in a litre of water.
3.Add some granulated sugar and ½ piece of palm sugar.
4.Strain once it’s boiled.
1.Pour some boiled ginger water into a small bowl.
2.Add 1 tbs of pomegranate seed, green bean and peanut.
3.Add some bread on top.
(Source: BSE, Scaffolding English for Grade IX Students)
6. The generic structure of the text contains ….
7. To make sekoteng, we need…
A. ginger, granulated sugar, palm sugar, peanut skin, green bean, bread, pomegranate seeds
B. ginger, granulated sugar, palm, peanut, green bean, dices, pomegranate seeds
C. ginger, sugar, peanut, green bean, bread, pomegranate seeds
D. ginger, granulated sugar, palm sugar, inner skin of peanut, green bean, bread
The following text is for questions number 8 to 11.
VANILLA DROPS COOKIES
(Makes 4 dozen)
1 ½ cups all purpose flour
¼ teaspoons baking powder
¼ teaspoons vanilla extract
1 cup sugar
1.Combine flour and baking powder, set aside.
2.Beat eggs, sugar, and vanilla extract in a mixing bowl until light-coloured.
3.Stir in the flour and baking powder mixture.
4.Drop the batter by teaspoonfuls about 2 inches apart onto a greased and floured baking sheet. Set aside in a room temperature for 6 hours.
5.Bake at 35°F for 6 minutes.
6.Remove from baking sheet to a wire rack to cool.
(Source: BSE, adapted from: Landdoll, America’s Best Vol. I A Collection of Savory Recipes)
8. The text gives us … how to prepare vanilla drop cookies.
9. What ingredients do you need to make vanilla drops cookies?
A. flour, baking powder, vanilla extract, eggs, and sugar
B. flour, baking powder, vanilla ice cream, eggs, and sugar
C. flour, baking powder, vanilla ice cream, eggs, and salt
D. flour, mixing bowl, vanilla extract, eggs, and sugar
10. How long does it take to bake the cookies?
A. 2 minutes
B. 6 minutes
C. 35 minutes
D. 60 minutes
11. How many cookies will you get with the above recipe?
The following text is for questions number 12 to 15.
1 c. water
1 c. granulated sugar
1 c. light corn syrup
1/2 tsp. peppermint oil or other flavour
1.Sprinkle a thick coat of powdered sugar on a cookie sheet.
2.Combine the granulated sugar, light corn syrup and water in a heavy saucepan.
3.Cook over medium-high heat until the hard-crack stage. (When the candy caramel cracks, then dip into cold water).
4.Remove from heat.
5.Add the peppermint oil or other flavour. Stir well.
6.Pour onto the cookie sheet.
7.Sprinkle with more powdered sugar.
8.Cut with a knife as soon as cool enough to handle.
(Source: BSE- adapted from: http://www.ehow.com/how_8520_make-peppermint-candy.htm)
12. What do you learn from the recipe?
A. How to make candies
B. How to sprinkle sugar on a cookie sheet
C. How to stir well
D. How to cut candies with a knife
13. What ingredients do you need to make it?
A. water, granulated sugar , light corn syrup, peppermint oil
B. water, sugar, corn, peppermint
C. cookie sheet, caramel, powdered sugar
D. a knife, cookie sheet, saucepan
14. How many steps are there to make candy?
A. 4 C. 8
B. 5 D. 10
15. When can we cut the candy?
A. Before sprinkle with more powdered sugar
B. After we pour the mixture to the cookie sheet
C. As soon as the candies cool enough to handle
D. As soon as we remove the caramel from heat
The following text is for questions number 16 to 18.
This traditional beverage has the function of reducing body odour, refreshing,
smoothing, and slimming our body.
1 kg turmeric
1 kg palm sugar
250 g black tamarind
salt as much as needed
3 l of water
Peel turmeric and wash it. Then, slice it. Use a grinder or blender to grind the sliced turmeric. Pour the ground turmeric into a deep pan and add the rest of the ingredients. Bring it to boil. Stir it occasionally. Once it is boiled strain the mixture. Let it cool off and serve it with some ice cubes.
(Source: BSE, taken from: http://www.virgina.multiply.com)
16. This recipe tells us how to make “kunyit asam”. It is a kind of ….
A. cookie C. soup
B. drink D. biscuit
17. We have to … the turmeric before we wash it.
A. peel C. grind
B. cut D. boil
18. Once it is boiled strain the mixture.
The underlined word most nearly means ….
A. pour the mixture with a sieve to separate the solid part from the liquid part
B. move substance around, using a spoon in order to mix it thoroughly
C. combine two or more substances, in a way that they cannot easily be separated
D. cut something easily with a sharp blade
The following text is for questions number 19 to 23.
MIXED ICE (ES CAMPUR)
½ of avocado
3 tbs. of condensed milk
1 can of coconut water and coconut shavings
some ice cubes
How to make it:
1.Cut the avocado into small pieces.
2.Put ice cubes into the glass.
3.Fill ½ of the glass with some coconut water and coconut shavings.
4.Add the sliced avocado.
5.Add the condensed milk on the top of avocado.
6.MIXED ICE is ready to be served.
7. Combine flour and baking powder.
(Source: BSE- aken from: http://www.azcentral.com/12news/recipes/articles/indonesiandrin041607-CR.html)
19. The text tells you ….
A. about avocado
B. how to mix ice
C. how to make Mixed Ice
D. how to eat Mixed Ice
20. You need the following things to make Mixed Ice, EXCEPT ….
A. avocado C. condensed milk
B. ice cubes D. sugar
21. How much coconut water and coconut shavings do you need?
A. 1 glass C. ½ can.
B. ½ glass D. ¼ glass.
22. How many servings can you get form the recipe?
A. one C. three
B. two D. four
23. You need 3 tbs. of condensed milk. The underlined word is the abbreviation of ….
A. spoon C. tablespoon
B. teaspoon D. cup
The following text is for questions number 24 and 25.
How to turn on a computer
1.Turn the power supply on.
2.Turn the computer on
3.Turn the monitor on.
How to turn off a computer
1.Click start menu
2.Click Turn Off.
3.Click Turn Off again.
4.Turn the monitor then the power supply off.
24. To turn on a computer, first we have to turn the … on.
A. monitor C. start menu
B. power supply D. computer
25. We must … the “Turn Off” after we click start menu if we want to turn off a cmputer.
A. click C. turn
B. press D. push
The following text is for questions number 26 to 35.
How to Install CD-ROM
1.Turn off your computer and unplug power cord from power outlet.
2.Carefully remove the computer cover.
3.Set the Master/Slave jumper on the rear panel of drive.
(To get best results, we strongly suggest that you connect your device to the Secondary IDE port as the MASTER device.)
4.Connect the IDE cable to the drive.
5.Connect the 4-pole power cable to the drive.
6.Connect the audio cable (if applicable).
7.Carefully slide the drive into the empty bay and mount it. Then replace the computer cover.
8.Plug your computer back to power outlet and then turn the power on.
26. The text above shows us how to ….
A. unpack CD-ROM
B. install the CD-ROM
C. uninstall CD-ROM
D. remove CD-ROM from our computer
27. What is the purpose of the text?
A. To explain how to install CD-ROM
B. To tell the readers how to connect computers using CD-ROM.
C. To discuss the influence of CD-ROM on the computer work.
D. To measure the effectiveness of computer working with CD-ROM installed.
28. What should be done first before installing the CD-ROM?
A. Remove the computer cover
B. Unplug all other devices first
C. Turn off the computer and unplug the power cable
D. Turn the computer on before installing CD-ROM
29. What does the writer strongly recommend in order to get the best result of the CD-ROM installation?
A. That we remove the computer cover first.
B. That the computer should be turned off before installing CD-ROM.
C. That the CD-ROM is set as Master device in the Secondary IDE.
D. That CD-ROM is set as Master device in Primary IDE.
30. We have to connect the CD-ROM to the following types of cable EXCEPT ….
A. power cable
B. audio cable
C. IDE cable
D. monitor cable
31. What part of the CD-ROM should be set if you want to apply CD-ROM as Master or Slave?
A. Motherboard slot
B. IDE slot
C. Cable power
D. Master/Slave Jumper
32. “Connect the audio cable (if applicable).”
The sentence implies ….
A. You may not turn the computer on before connecting the cable.
B. Your CD-ROM may not work properly if you do not connect the cable.
C. It is not necessary to connect the cable if it is not valid
D. Reinstall the CD-ROM if you have not connected the cable.
33. “Connect the IDE cable to the drive.”
The word ‘drive’ in the sentence refers to ….
34. “Carefully slide the drive into the empty bay and mount it.”
The word ‘bay’ in the sentence is similar in meaning to ….
35. Plug your computer back to power outlet and then turn the power on.
The word ‘outlet’ in the sentence is similar in meaning to ….
The following text is for questions number 36 to 38.
Printing a File
1.Turn the printer on.
2.Open the file that you want to print.
3.Click “File”. And then click “print”.
4.Check if the printer’s name is the same as the one you are going to use. If it is not the same, then search for the name of the printer that you are going to use by clicking on the small triangle or arrow beside it.
5.Click “pages” and then type the pages that you want to print.
6.Select the number of copies that you want to print by clicking on the arrows beside it.
7.Click “OK” or “Print”.
36. The text is about how to ….
A. save a file C. print a file
B. open a file D. delete a file
37. How do we open the file?
A. Just by turning the printer on.
B. Just by clicking the “File”
C. Just by clicking “Print”
D. Just by typing the pages
38. What do we have to do if the printer’s name is not the same as the one we are going to use?
A. Search for the name of the printer that we are going to use by clicking on the small triangle or arrow beside it
B. Select the number of copies that you want to print by clicking on the arrows beside it.
C. Click “pages” and then type the pages that you want to print.
D. Turn the printer off.
The following text is for questions number 39 to 43
Connecting JetFlash (flash disk) to a Computer
1.Plug the JetFlash directly into an available USB port on your desktop or notebook computer.
2. When the JetFlash is successfully connected to a computer, the JetFlash ‘s LED will light up. A Removable Disk drive* with a newly assigned drive letter indicating the JetFlash will appear in the My Computer window. In addition, a Removable Hardware icon and an icon Quick Menu (provided you setup JetFlash elite) will appear in the Windows System Tray
3.After the JetFlash is connected to the computer, you can start transferring data to the JetFlash Just drag and drop files or folders directly onto the Removable Disk icon that represents the JetFlash .
(Source: BSE, taken from: JetFlash manual)
39. What does the text tell us about?
A. The steps to install the JetFlash .
B. The steps to uninstall the JetFlash .
C. The steps to install QuickMenu of the JetFlash.
D. The steps to copy files and folders to the JetFlash.
40. Where do we plug the flash disk?
A. Into the IDE port.
B. Into the power slot.
C. Into the USB port.
D. Into the power outlet.
41. What indicates that the JetFlash is successfully connected to your computer?
A. The JetFlash ‘s LED will light up.
B. The computer is restarted automatically.
C. The computer is removing the data to the JetFlash .
D. The Auto Log In of the JetFlash is running.
42. In addition, a Removable Hardware icon and an icon Quick Menu (provided you setup JetFlash elite) will appear in the Windows System Tray.”
The sentence implies …
A. If the icons do not appear, you must reinstall the JetFlash elite.
B. If the icons do not appear, you must check your hardware configuration.
C. In some computers with different operating systems, the icons may not appear.
D. You must install the icons so that the icons may appear in the Windows System Tray.
43. “In addition, a Removable Hardware icon and an icon QuickMenu (provided you setup JetFlash elite) will appear in the Windows System Tray.”
The word ‘icon’ in the sentence is similar in meaning to ….
The following text is for question number 44.
Small saucer/something to cover the CD hole
First, place the CD in a metal bowl and heat it with a hair dryer. Or put it in the oven
on low heat. Then, bend the CD softly when it softens. After that, let it cool off.
Finally, glue a small plastic saucer or anything to cover the hole.
(Adapted from: http://www.make-stuff.com)
44. What is the hair dryer for?
A. to place the CD
B. To bend the CD
C. Yo cool off the CD
D. To heat the CD
The following text is for questions number 45 and 46.
Tie Dyeing Old T-shirt
Things you need:
Old cotton T-shirt
Large thread or rubber band
1.Wash the cotton T-shirt.
2.Place the wet shirt flat on the work surface.
3.Tie knots in the T-shirt, or twist it and secure the folds with rubber bands or heavy-duty thread.
4.Mix 1/2 c. liquid dye (or 1 package powdered dye) in 1 qt. hot water. Dissolve 5 tbsp. table salt in the mixture.
5.Let the mixture cool to room temperature.
6.Put the entire shirt in the dye and let it soak for at least 20 minutes.
7.Rinse the shirt in cold water until the water runs clear.
8.Undo the knots and rinse the shirt again.
9.Hang the shirt to dry, under the sun.
(Adapted from: http://www.eHow.com)
45. How must we place the wet T-shirt?
A. inside out
B. upside down
46. Dissolve 5 tbsp. table salt in the mixture.
The underlined word means to make the table salt become ….
A. part of the mixture
B. more solid
The following text is for questions number 47 and 48.
Old paper, magazines, or newspapers
First, shape wires into a rectangular shape.
Then, cover the wire frame with insect screens and sew it.
After that, rip the paper into small pieces.
And then, put the torn paper in a bucket and fill it with warm water.
Add one table spoon of bleach.
Soak the paper for a half an hour.
Next, put a cup of soaked paper in a blender, add some bleached water and blend it.
And then, pour the blended paper in a large rectangular container. e.g. sink or tray.
After that, repeat step 5 and 6 until all of the soaked paper are blended.
Then, add and mix two table spoon of white glue to the blended paper.
After that, dip the screen frame into the blended paper. Lift and rinse the water for a minute.
Then, dry the paper (with the screen frame still on) in the sun. And then, peel the papers out of the frame screens when it’s dry.
Finally, iron the paper.
(Soutce: BSE, adapted from: http://www.make-stuff.com.recycling.paper.html)
47. What do you learn from the text?
A. How to shapes wires
B. How to rip paper into small pieces
C. How to recycle paper
D. How to bleach paper
48. Soak the paper for a half an hour.
What does the underlined word mewan?
A. to make something completely wet
B. to make something completely dry
C. to put something quickly into liquid and take it out again
D. to tear something often suddenly or violently
The following text is for questions number 49 and 50.
Glue a small object to the inside of the lid – a plastic figurine, f, etc. Add glitter, beads, or foil confetti, etc. Fill the jar with equal parts water and corn syrup, add food colouring if desired. Seal the lid onto the jar using a watertight sealant (the kind used for aquariums, or the stuff found in the plumbing section of your hardware store). Put a bead of sealant on the threads of the jar and on the inside threads of the lid. Close it up, leave overnight to dry.
(source: BSE-taken from: http://www.make-stuff.com)
49. Which of the following is not needed to make Snow Globes?
A. wire C. thread
B. glue D. mixer
50. Why do you have to leave it over night?
A. to cool off C. to blend
B. to heat D. to dry