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Read the following text to answer questions number 1 to 3.
The farmer became very sad and came to the Emperor’s court. He described everything to the Emperor and asked for the justice. The Emperor called Birbal and handed over this case to him. Birbal called the man who sold the well to the farmer. Birbal asked, “Why don’t you let him use the water of the well. You have sold the well to the farmer.” The man replied, “Birbal, I have sold the well to the farmer, not the water. He has no right to draw the water from the well.”
Then Birbal smiled and said to him, “Good, but look, since you have sold the well to this farmer, and you claim that water is yours, then you have no right to keep your water in the farmer’s well. Either you pay rent to the farmer to keep your water in his well, or you take that out of his well immediately.”
The man understood, that his trick has failed. Birbal has outwitted him.
|1. What is the text about?
A. A farmer and witty birbal
B. A smart man and a farmer
C. An emperor and a witty birbal
D. Farmer’s well and witty birbal
E. A farmer and an emperor
|2. Why didn’t the man let the farmer use the water from the well?
A. Because the man needed the water for himself
B. Because there was no water in the well
C. Because the man obeyed what the emperor said
D. Because water in the well was not included in the sales agreement they made before
E. Because the man thought that he had sold the well but the water was not involved
|3. What is the moral value of the text?
A. Stealing is not a good thing, you can always use your brain and ease out of the difficult situations.
B. Don’t try to cheat because you will end up paying for it regardless of how smart you think you are.
C. One who desires more, loses all. One should remain satisfied with what one gets
D. There is no substitute for hard work because dreams cannot be fulfilled without hard work
E. Do not just blindly walk in to anything without thinking
Read the following text to answer questions number 4 to 6.
Just out of impulse, he let the slingshot fly which hit the duck square in the head and killed it. He was shocked and grieved. In a panic, he hid the dead duck in the pile of woods. Marie had seen it all from the window but she said nothing. After the lunch, the next day Grandma said, “Marie, let’s wash the dishes.” Marie said, “But Grandma, Sammy told me he wanted to help in the kitchen.”
Then she whispered to Sammy, “Remember the duck?” Sammy got nervous knowing his sister knew about the duck and if he doesn’t obey, she may tell his grandparents about it. So without saying anything he did the dishes.
Later that day, Grandpa asked if the children wanted to go fishing but Grandma said, “I’m sorry but I need Marie to help make a supper.” Marie just smiled and said, “Well that’s all right because Sammy told me he wanted to help.”
She whispered again to Johnny, “Remember the duck?” So Marie went fishing and Sammy stayed to help. After several days of Marie taking advantage of Sammy, he finally couldn’t stand it any longer. He came to Grandma and confessed that he had killed the duck.
Grandma knelt down, gave him a hug and said, “Sweetheart, I know. I was standing at the window and I saw the whole thing but because I love you, I forgave you. I was just wondering how long you would let Marie take advantage of you.”
|4. What does the text mainly talk about?
A. A little boy and a duck
B. A little boy in a slingshot
C. A reckless little boy
D. A brave little boy
E. A humble little boy
|5. Why didn’t Sammy tell to his grandmother that he had killed the duck? Because ….
A. He was relieved that he could hit the target
B. He waited for his sister tell his grandparents about it
C. He was afraid of saying about the duck
D. He did not want to tell about it
E. He wanted to tell abouth the truth later
|6. What is the moral value of the story?
A. Practice makes perfect
B. What is bad in one case may be good in another
C. Don’t trust people easily
D. You should confess of your mistakes
E. Keep going and do the best
Read the following text to answer questions number 7 to 10.
“Who are you? What do you want?” asked a voice from inside the inn. “The door cannot be unlocked at such an odd hour.”
The traveler needed a rest, food and shelter. He begged, “ Please, unlock the door. How cold it is outside.”
The innkeeper replied,” it’s strange lock and can be opened only with a silver key.”
Because of his needs and the terrible condition outside, the traveler finally obeyed about what innkeeper said and passed a silver coin through a slit in the door. Then he got the door unlocked and entered into the inn.
“I have left one of my bags outside”said the traveler.” Will you please bring it in?”
No sooner the inkeeper had gone out and the traveler locked the door from inside. The greedy inkeeper was outside and shut on. He requested to unlock the door to the traveler.
The traveler replied, “ I’m helpless, it’s a strange lock and can be opened only with a silver key.”
The inkeeper was required to push a silver coin though the slit. The traveler got back his silver coin and unlock the door.
|7. What is the story about?
A. A traveler going to a distant town
B. A wicked traveler and a helpless traveler
C. A silver key which is used to unlock the door’s inn
D. A greedy inkeeper and a smart traveler
E. A traveler who came from a distant town
|8. It can be referred from the text that ….
A. Inn was unlocked when the traveler came
B. The innkeeper summoned the traveler to go inside because of his poor condition
C. The traveler finally got back his silver coin from the inkeeper
D. The traveler brought all of his bags inside
E. The silver coin was given after the door opened
|9. What is the moral value of the story above?
A. Revenge is a bad thing to apply in every condition
B. We should prepare well when we travel
C. Don’t underestimate to someone
D. Smart person always beats greedy person
E. We should avoid bribery in our life
|10. The traveler finally obeyed about what innkeeper said and passed a silver coin through a slit in the door.... his needs and the terrible condition outside.
E. Due to
Read the following text to answer questions number 11 to 13.
Meanwhile, at home, their stepmother was beginning to wish she had never tried to get rid of the children. “I must find them,” she said and set off into the forest.
Many hours later, when her feet were tired from walking and her lips were dry from thirst, she came to the cottage belonging to the witch. The stepmother peeped through the window. Her heart cried out when she saw the two children.
She picked up the broom leaning against the door and crept inside. The witch was putting some stew in the oven when the stepmother gave her an almighty push. The witch fell into the oven and the stepmother shut the door.
‘Children, I have come to save you,’ she said hugging them tightly. I have done a dreadful thing.
I hope in time you will forgive me. Let me take you home and become a family again. They returned to their home and the stepmother became the best mother anyone could wish to have, and of course they lived happily ever after!
|11. The story is about….
A. Two children went to school for the first time
B. A witch who is really kind
C. A father who begged a witch for money
D. A stepmother who saved her children from a witch
E. Two children saved their stepmother from a witch
|12. Which statement is FALSE about the witch?
A. She locked Hansel in a cage
B. She planned to eat Hansel & Gretel
C. She fell into the ocean
D. She hated the children
E. She set Gretel to clean the house
|13. “The witch fell into the oven and the stepmother shut the door.” (Paragraph 4)
The underlined word can be replaced by the word…
Read the following text to answer questions number 14 and 15.
It was very, very smart. This parrot would say any word-except one. He would not say the name of the town where he was born. The name of the town was Catano.
The man tried to teach the parrot to say Catano. But the bird would not say the word. At first the man was very nice, but then he got angry. “You are a stupid bird! Why can’t you say the word? Say Catano, or I will kill you!” but the parrot would not say it. Then the man got to so angry that the shouted over and over, “Say Catano, or I’ll kill you!” but the bird wouldn’t talk.
One day after trying for many hours to make the bird say Catano, the man got very angry. He picked up the bird and threw him into the chicken house. “You are more stupid than the chickens. Soon I will eat them, and I will eat you, too.”
In the chicken house there are four old chickens. They were for Sunday’s dinner. The man put the parrot in the chicken house and left.
The next day the man came back to the chicken house. He opened the door and stopped. He was very surprised at what he saw!
He saw three dead chickens on the floor. The parrot was screaming at the fourth chicken, “Say Catano, or I’ll kill you!
|14. Where does the story take place?
C. Puerto Rico
D. New York
|15. From the text we learn that…
A. We have to follow others
B. We have to respect pet owner
C. We have to imitate others
D. We are not allowed to force others
E. We are not allowed to help others