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					Nama : Arham Sukardi
Kelas : XII.IA.2
NIS : 5509
                                              UJI KOGNITIF 2
Cross a, b, c, d, or e for the right answer

Text 1

         Have you ever wondered how people get chocolate for? In this article we’ll enter the amazing
world for chocolate so you can understand exactly what you’re eating
         Chocolate starts with a tree called the cacao tree. This tree grows in equatorial regions,
especially in place such as South America, Africa, and Indonesia. The cacao tree produces a fruit about
the size of small pine apple. Inside the fruit are the tree’s seeds, also known as cacao beans.
         The beans are fermented for about a week, dried in the sun and then shipped to the chocolate
maker. The chocolate maker starts by roasting the beans to bring out the flavor. Different beans from
different place have different qualities and flavor, so the are often sorted and blended to produce a
distinctive mix. Next, the roated beand are winnowed. Winnowing removes the meat nib of the cacao
beans bean from its shell. Then, the nibs are blended. The blended nibs are ground to make it a liquid.
The liquid is called chocolate liquor. It tastes bitter. All seeds contain some amount of fat, and cacao
beans are not different. However, cacao beans are half fat, which is why the ground nibs from liquid. It’s
pure bitter chocolate.

    1. The text is about ....
           a. The cacao tree
           b. The cacao beans
           c. The raw chocolate
           d. The making of chocolate
           e. The flavor of chocolate

    2. The third paragraph focuses on ....
           a. The process of producing chocolate
           b. How to produce the cacao flavor
           c. Where chocolate comes from
           d. The chocolate liquor
           e. The cacao fruit

    3. “...., so the are often sorted and blended to produce ....” (Paragraph 3)
       The underline word is close in meaning to ....
             a. Arranged
             b. Combined
             c. Separated
             d. Distributed
             e. Organized

    4. How does the chocolate maker start to make chocolate?
          a. By fermenting the beans
          b. By roasting the beans
            c. By blending the beans
            d. By sorting the beans
            e. By drying the beans


Text 2
        Wood chpping is a process used to obtain pulp and paper product from the forest. The wood
chpping process begins when the trees are cut down is in selected area of the forest called a couple.
        Next, the top and branches of the trees are cut out and the logs are taken to the mill. At the mill,
the back of logs is removed and the logs are taken to a chipper, which cut them into small pieces called
woodchip. The woodchips are the screened to remove dirt and other impurities. At this stage, the are
either exported in this from or made into pulp by chemicals and heat. The pulp is then bleached and the
water content is removed.
        Finally, the pulp is rolled out to make paper.

    5. The text describes the process of ....
           a. Cutting down the forest
           b. Producing woodchip
           c. Paper making
           d. Wood chipping
           e. Reforestation

    6. What do the mill workerd first do with the logs?
         a. They export the woodchip
         b. The cut them into pieces
         c. They roll out the paper
         d. The remove the bark
         e. The screen the logs

    7. “At this stage, they are either exported in this from or ....” (Paragraph 2)
       The underlined word refer to ....
           a. Logs
           b. Pulp
           c. Process pulp
           d. Raw woodchips
           e. Clean woodchips

    8. “The woodchips are then screened to remove dirt and other impurities.” (Paragraph)
       In other word, they are ....
           a. Repaired
           b. Cleaned
           c. Moved
           d. Removed
           e. Processed

Text 3
         Nearly all energy is derived from the sun, either indirectly or directly, in the form of the form of
heat rays and light rays. Electrical energy is derived from the sun indirectly. It can be derived from the
power of the earth’s surface, by mean of the sun’s heat. This water vapour rises, condenses on cooling,
and falls as rain.
        The light and heat energy from coal is also derived in directly from the sun. Coal was formed by
the pressure of the rocks on vegetation which died million of years ago. That vegetation grew with the
aid of sunlight, from which carbohydrates were formed, thus converting solar energy into chemical
energy. When coal is burn some of this energy is released.
        Energy used to drive car engines is derived from petrol, which is also formed with the indirect
aid of the sun. Plants and animal were pressed under the rocks in the earth. These dead animals and
vegetables remains formed petroleum, from which petrol and oil are now obtained.
        Thus the sun can be said to be source of nearly all energy, and in the absence of the sun’s heat
and light, no life could exist on earth.



   9. The most suitable title for the text is ....
          a. Solar energy
          b. Electrical energy
          c. Fossil fuel energy
          d. Light and heat energy
          e. Sources of energy

   10. Where does energy come from originally?
       It comes from ....
            a. The sun
            b. The electricity
            c. The coal
            d. The petrol
            e. Head and light rays

   11. The following is an example of the use of solar energy in a straight way. That is ....
           a. The evaporation of the water on the earth’s surface
           b. The producing of electrical energy using waterfall
           c. The forming the petrol and coal
           d. The pressure of diet plants and animals
           e. The burning of petrol and coal

   12. Which statement is true according to the text?
          a. Rain directly produces electrical energy
          b. The water on the earth’s surface evaporate due to the sun’s heat
          c. One result of electrical energy is the power of the water falling down a mountain side
          d. The water vapour condenses becase of the sunlight
          e. The sun energy is indirectly derived from the power of the waterfall

   13. What was coal derived from? Coal was derived from ....
         a. The sun
         b. The rocks
         c. Vegetation
         d. Animals
         e. Plants and animal

   14. Which the statement is not true according to the text?
          a. Coal can produce light and heat energy
          b. To from carbohydrates, vegetation needs sunlight
        c. Rock put pressure on plants and animals that died millions of years ago. Now the plants
           and the animals have become coal
        d. The sun helped to from coal indirectly
        e. When we burn coal, some of the energy is set free

15. “Coal was formed by the pressure of the rocks on vegetation which ....”
    “Vegetation” means ....
       a. Plants and animals
       b. Vegetables and animals
       c. Fruit and vegetables
       d. Plant and trees
       e. Grass and vegetables

16. What formed petroleum?
      a. Petrol and oil
      b. Rocks
      c. The pressure of rocks
      d. Dead plant and animal remains
      e. Vegetation remains

17. The water n the earth’s surface evaporates because of ....
        a. Sun energy
        b. Electrical energy
        c. Coal heat energy
        d. Petroleum energy
        e. Waterfall energy

18. “.... Thus converting solar energy into chemical energy.” (Paragraph 2)
    “Converting” means ....
          a. Producing
          b. Changing
          c. Consuming
          d. Conversing
          e. Converging

19. The following statements are true, except ....
        a. Rain is formed by two processes: evaporation and condensation
        b. The sun helps form petrol directly
        c. Coal was derived from vegetation
        d. The sun’s heat evaporates the water on the earth’s surface
        e. Coal can produce light and energy

20. In the absense of the sun heat and light, no life could exist on the earth
    The sentence has the same meaning as ....
         a. There could not be sun heat and light, wthout the life on the earth
         b. The life could exist on the earth if the sun heat and light were absent
         c. If the sun heat and light exist, there would be no life
         d. There not could be any life on earth without the sun heat and light
         e. If not life could exist on earth, the sun heat and light would absent
Text 4
                                         Why do Volcanoes Erupt?
         A volcanic eruption occurs when hot, liquid rock from far beneath the earth’s surface bursts
outward through an opening in the earth’s crust. A volcano that is eruption is said to be ‘active’. An
‘extinct’ volcano is one which will not erupt again.
         There are active volcanoes in many parts of the world, both on land and under the ocean. As
gases in the liquid rock or ‘magma’ build up pressure, they force the magma upward through the vent of
the volcano.
         The magma bursts through an opening in the surface of the earth called a crater, together with
ash, smoke, and steam. The magma is now called lava. The lava oozes down the outside of the volcano,
where it cools and hardens in layers to from the volcano’s ‘cone’.

   21. What is the purpose of the text above?
         a. To describes volcanoes
         b. To give readers information about volcanoes
         c. To explain why volcanoes erupt
         d. To convince that volcanic eruption had happened
         e. To share information about volcanoes

   22. What is the name given to volcanoes that no longer erupt?
         a. Active volcanoes
         b. Dead volcanoes
         c. Extinct volcanoes
         d. Dangerous volcanoes
         e. Old volcanoes

   23. What happens after the gases in the magma build up pressure?
         a. The volcanoes become an active volcanoes
         b. The magma bursts through a crater
         c. Ash, smoke and steam burst through a crater
         d. The gases force the magma upward through the vent of volcanoes
         e. The magma was force by the pressure upward through the vent of the volcanoes

   24. The following items are included of the text above, except ....
           a. Focus on generic, human participants
           b. Simple present tense
           c. General nouns
           d. Abstract nouns
           e. Conjunction of time and close

   25. The lava oozes down the outside of the volcano, .... (the last sentence)
       The word ‘oozes’ has the similar meaning with ....
           a. Spreads out
           b. Runs
           c. Climbs
           d. Increases
           e. Passes slowly

   26. ...., they force the magma upward through the vent of the volcano.
       The word ‘they’ refers to ....
             a. Active volcanoes
            b.   Liquid rocks
            c.   Smoke
            d.   Gases
            e.   Layers

Text 5
        Rain always comes from clouds. But where do clouds come from? How does all the water get
into the sky?
        Think bout your bathroom. There is hot water in your bath. Steam goes up from the hot water.
The steam makes small clouds in the bathroom. These warm clouds meet the cold walls and windows,
and then we see small drops of water on the walls and windows.
        The word is like your bathroom. The water in the oceans is warm when the sun shines on it.
Some of this water goes up into the sky and makes clouds. The wind carries the clouds for hundreds of
kilometers. The clouds meet the cold air in the sky, then we’ll see drop of water. The drops of water are
rain.
        The rain falls and runs into rivers. Rivers run into oceans. And the water from oceans changes
into clouds and become rain. So water is always moving from oceans sto clouds to rain to river to
ocenans.

    27. The text describes ....
            a. How rain falls
            b. What steam is
            c. The formation of rain
            d. The changing of clouds to rain
            e. How the steam changes into clouds

    28. Which of the following is the right sequence in the formation of rain?
           a. Cloud – rain – water – steam
           b. Steam – cloud – rain – water
           c. Water – steam – cloud – rain
           d. Rain – steam – cloud – water
           e. Water – cloud – steam – rain

    29. In what in way is the world like your bathroom?
            a. In their function
            b. In how to make the water hot
            c. In changing the water into rain
            d. In the sequence of their formation
            e. In the formation of small drops of water

    30. What will happen if the cloud carried by the wind meet the cold air in the sky?
        It will become ....
            a. Drops of water
            b. Heavy rain
            c. Cold water
            d. Floods
            e. clouds

				
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