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Read this following passage carefully and answer question number 1-5.

Rabbit is mammal which comes from Leporidae family. We can find rabbit easily on this earth. They are not extinct animal. In the past, rabbit could be found everywhere in Europe and African. Word ‘rabbit’ derives from Dutch, which is Konijntje. Rabbit has two long ears. Those ears could reach 10cm long. They use their long ears to listen to their prey. With its long ears, it also controls its body temperature. Slightly, it looks like a hamster when it is still small.

1. What animal does the text discuss?
a. Cat
b. Hamster
c. Rabbit
d. Dog

2. What kind of animal is rabbit?
a. Mammal
b. Wild
c. Reptile
d. Oceanic

3. Where is word ‘rabbit’ from?
a. Indonesian
b. English
c. Dutch
d. French

4. What are the functions of rabbit’s ears?
a. to pay attention on its prey and control body’s temperature.
b. to make it look cute and become its identity.
c. to run away from its prey and to heal itself when it has pain.
d. to keep its health and protect its body.

5. What animal does it look like?
a. Cat
b. Hamster
c. Rabbit
d. Dog

This following passage is for question number 6-10.

Borobudur temple becomes the biggest temple in the world. Even though it is not listed as one of the seven wonders anymore, this temple still attracts many foreign and domestic tourists. The height of Borobudur temple is 34,5 meter and the breadth is approximately 15.129 m2. It has different shape on its floors. From the first floor until the sixth floor, the shape is square. From the seventh floor until the tenth floor, the shape of the temple is round.
6. What is the main idea of the passage?
a. Borobudur is one of the seven wonders.
b. Borobudur is the biggest temple in the world.
c. Borobudur is the most beautiful temple in the world.
d. Borobudur is located in Indonesia.

7. How tall is Borobudur?
a. 15.129 m2
b. 15.291 m2
c. 35,4 m
d. 34,5 m

8. How broad is Borobudur?
a. 15.129 m2
b. 15.291 m2
c. 35,4 m
d. 34,5 m

9. How many floors does it have?
a. Six floors
b. Seven floors
c. Nine floors
d. Ten floors

10. What shapes are in all floors of the temple?
a. Round and flat
b. Round and rectangle
c. Round and square
d. Round and oval

Answer the question number 11-15 after you read this following passage.

The Bear and The Bees
A bear came across a log where a swarm of bees had nested to make their honey. As he snooped around, a single little bee flew out of the log to protect the swarm. Knowing that the bear would eat all the honey, the little bee stung him sharply on the nose and flew back into the log.
This flew the bear into an angry rage. He swatted at the log with his big claws, determined to destroy the nest of bees inside. This only alerted the bees and quick as a wink, the entire swarm of bees flew out of the log and began to sting the bear from head to heel. The bear saved himself by running to and diving into the nearest pond.

11. What are the actors in the passage?
a. A bee and the beast
b. A bear and the beast
c. A Bear and the bees
d. A Beast and the bug

12. What was the bear going to do?
a. The bear was going to break the nest of the bees
b. The bear was going to eat honey of the bees
c. The bear was going to hug the nest of the bees
d. The bear was going to protect the honey of the bees

13. How did a bee react to the action of the bear?
a. It stung the bear.
b. It protected the bear.
c. It let the bear do everything.
d. It helped the bear.

14. How did the bear feel after it was stung by a bee?
a. Sad
b. Angry
c. Happy
d. Blessed

15. Where did the bear go to save himself?
a. Home
b. Forest
c. Pond
d. Garden