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									                                 PEMERINTAH KABUPATEN BANYUMAS
                                         DINAS PE NDI DIK AN
                                           SMP N 1 CILONGOK
                                   Jl. Raya Pernasidi Cilongok Banyumas

                               PREDIKSI UJIAN NASIONAL

                          Mata Pelajaran : BAHASA INGGRIS
                          Hari/tanggal   :
                          Waktu          : 120 menit

1. Berdoalah sebelum anda mengerjakan soal
2. Tulislah identitas anda pada lembar jawaban yang telah tersedia
3. Bacalah setiap soal dengan teliti, sebelum anda menjawabnya
4. Kerjakan semua soal dengan teliti pada lembar jawaban yang telah tersedia
5. Laporkan kepada pengawas apabila terdapat tulisan yang kurang jelas, rusak atau jumlah soal
6. Periksalah pekerjaan anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujan.

Text is for numbers 1- 3.
                          A TALE FROM INDIA

        When Tiger jumped on Fox, Fox cried out, “How dare you attack the king of the Jungle!”
        Tiger looked at him in amazement, “Non-sense! You are not King!” “Certainly I am, “
replied the Fox, “All the animals run from me in terror! If you want proof, come with me.” Fox
went into the forest with Tiger at his heels. When they came to a herd of deer, the deer saw Tiger
behind Fox and ran in all directions.
        They came to a group of monkeys. The monkeys saw Tiger behind Fox and they fled.
Fox turned to Tiger and said, “Do you need more proof than that? See how the animals fleet at
the very sight of me?!” “I’m surprised, but I’ve seen it with my own eyes. Forgive me for
attacking you, Great King.” Tiger bowed low and with great ceremony he let Fox go.

1. When Tiger jumped on Fox, Fox cried out, “How dare you attack the King of the Jungle !”
   What did Tiger answer ?
   A. “OK! You are the King.”
   B. “Nonsense ! You are not King !”
   C. “Sorry! You are a good fox.”
   D. “Certainly I am.”
2. What does the text actually tell us about ?
   A. Where the tiger and the fox are.
   B. What the king is.
   C. Who the king of the forest is.
   D. Why the fox still exists.
3. What happened when the tiger and the fox came to a group of monkeys ?
   A. The monkeys fled.
   B. The monkeys cried out.
   C. The monkeys amazed.
   D. The monkeys got terror.

Text for numbers 4 and 5.

4.  When was the baby born ?
   A. May 21, 2006
   B. June 6, 2006
   C. June 8, 2006
   D. June 20, 2006
5. We are proud to announce the birth of our daughter.
   The underlined word has the close meaning with the word … .
   E. pleased
   F. upset
   G. great
   H. shame

Read the text and answer the question 6.

6. We should keep the medicine in …temperature.
   A. cool
   B. humid
   C. hot
   D. cold


 Text for number 7 and 8.
           SMP AIRLANGGA
                                                         SMP Airlangga hereby congratulates the following
      “GATEWAY TO THE WORLD”                           students on their success to be our best ten students at
                                                       the first try out of the final examination for academic
                                                                             year 20010-2011

                                                                   Novi Sulistia (9A)
                                                                   Khosa Maulana (9B)
                                                                   Titis Sukmaningrum (9C)
                                                                   Kurnia Putri A (9F)
                                                                   Anwar Toif (9E)
                                                                   Tio Nanda Sanusi (9F)
                                                                   Tri Wahyuni F (9G)
                                                                   Rifka Yuliani (9B)
                                                                   Kuni Lina M (9G)
                                                                   Moch.Faozi (9D)

                                                                       We’re proud of you
                                                                      Keep on learning and
          Good fruits come from a good tree                      be good student models for others


                                                                  PRIMADRIYA SINATRYA, M.Pd

7.     The headmaster is very glad with the top ten students’ achievement at the first tryout of the
       final examination because they have … in it.
       A. won
       B. succeeded
       C. done
       D. joined
8.     The purpose of the text is to … .
       A. express sympathy
       B. give announcement
       C. praise someone
       D. share happiness

 Read this letter and answer the questions 9-10.

     Dear Sekar,
     I hope you know me well enough to realize that I would never have missed your dinner party
     without a very good reason. As I was leaving for your house I got a phone call informing me
     that my brother was involved in an accident. He was taken to the emergency room and my
     only thought at the time was to be with him.
     The very good news is that he was not badly hurt and will fully recover.
     I would much rather have been at your dinner party. I’m sure it was a lovely evening.
     I hope to see you again sometime soon.

 9. How was Puspa’s brother in the accident ?
    A. He was badly injured.
    B. He was not badly hurt.
    C. He got injured seriously.
    D. He was not fine


10. When did the accident happen ?
    A. At night.
    B. In the morning.
    C. In the afternoon.
    D. In the evening

Read the text and answer the question 11.

                                      11. What does the caution mean?
                                          A. The riders have to reduce the speed
                                          B. The riders can ride the motorbike fast
                                          C. The riders must stop in front of school
                                          D. In fifteen minutes the riders must arrive at

Text for no. 12-14

Gemblong (Sugar-coated Black Rice Cakes)

125 g (1 ¼ cups) black glutinous rice flour
Pinch of salt
50 g ( ½ cup) young grated coconut
100 ml (scant ½ cup) thin coconut milk, warmed
½ tablespoon slaked lime water
Oil for deep frying

Sugar coating:
75 g ( 1/3 cup) sugar
2 tablespoons water

1. Combine black glutinous rice flour, salt and grated coconut in small mixing bowl. Stir
   together the lime water and warm coconut milk and pour this into the ingredients in the
   mixing bowl, mixing with your hands to get a fairly soft, pliable dough. If the dough seems
   crumbly, knead in a few more drops of water.
2. Knead for a few minutes until smooth and divide dough into 10 to 12 pieces. Roll in your
   hands into oval shapes and pat them to flatten to about 1 cm thickness.
3. Heat oil to a depth of 2 ½ cm over medium heat and fry the cakes and for 3 to 4 minutes
   per side. Drain on absorbent paper.
4. Combine the sugar and water in a small, heavy based saucepan and boil hard until the
   syrup is thick and the surface is full of large bubbles.
   Place cakes in the sugar syrup and toss the cake about until the sugar caramelizes on the
   surfaces. Transfer cakes onto a plate to cool.

These cakes are called ‘getas’ when made with white glutinous flour and coated with
caramelized brown sugar.

Makes 12 cakes
Preparation time: 20 mins
Cooking time: 20 mins


12. How many materials are needed to make ‘Gemblong’?
    A. 9
    B. 8
    C. 7
    D. 6
13. Sugar coating.
    The underlined word has the similar meaning with the word … .
    A. covering
    B. boiling
    C. mixing
    D. frying
14. How much slaked lime water do we need ?
    A. ½ tablespoon
    B. 50 gr
    C. 100 ml
    D. 125 gr

Text for numbers 15 and 16.

15. What was David before? He is a/an …
    A. student
    B. farmer
    C. fisherman
    D. employee
16. David will hold the party because he … .
    A. opens the restaurant
    B. graduates from the company
    C. shares his success
    D. celebrates his retirement


The text is for no. 17 – 19.

          I was on a tour bus with my classmates. We were on our back to school after a long day
 visiting museums and an amusement park. No wonder we felt very thirsty. So we gave a big hurrah
 when two of our friends distributed soft drinks.

         Soon the bus was noisy with gulping sounds. Everyone was enjoying his/her own drink.
 Everyone ? Well, no … I found the taste the soft drink kind of funny. It was sour. I felt suspious and
 quickly looked for the expiry date printed on the back of the cartoon. May 20! Gosh … that was
 nearly two months ago. I stood up, cleared my throat and said, “Stop drinking! This soft drinks are
 already expired. The expiry date is last May.” At once almost everyone stopped drinking. Some of my
 friends even threw their half empty drinks into the garbage bins along the bus aisle.

          Then, I heard a voice shouting, “ You fool, that’s May next year, not May this year!” Now
 everybody gave me a dark look. I felt terrible because I knew that we were still thirsty. I found out
 later that the drinks tasted sour because they had a new lime flavor.

17. What does the text above tell us about ?
    A. The new product of soft drink.
    B. Tiring journey to the museum.
    C. Embarrassing experience of the writer.
    D. The advertisement of the soft drink.
18. What did the writer do when he looked at the expired date of the drink ?
    A. He threw the drink in the bin.
    B. He gave the drink to his friend.
    C. He asked his friend to stop drinking soon.
    D. He kept the drink under his seat.
19. From the text we know that the writer … .
    A. knew the exact expired date of the drink
    B. the writers’ friends thanked him for reminding them
    C. the writer knew that the flavor of the drink was not good
    D. the writer had made mistakes looking at the expired date of the drink.

The text is for questions no. 20 – 22.
         Once, there lived a happy family in the kingdom of Priangan Land. They were a father in
form of dog; his name was Tumang, a mother whose name was Dayang Sumbi, and a child
whose name was Sangkuriang.
         One day, Dayang Sumbi asked her son to go hunting with his lovely dog, Tumang. After
hunting all day, Sangkuriang began desperate and worried because he hunted no deer. He
thought to shoot his own dog then he took the dog liver and carried it home. Soon Dayang Sumbi
found out that it was not deer liver but Tumang’s, her own dog. So, she was very angry and hit
Sangkuriang’s head. In that incident, Sangkuriang got wounded and scar. Then, he ran away
from their home.
         Years went by, Sangkuriang had travelled to many places and finally arrived at a village.
He met a beautiful woman and felt in love with her. When they were discussing their wedding
plan, the woman looked at the wound in Sangkuriang’s head. It matched to her son’s wound that
had left several years earlier. Soon she realized that she felt in love with her own son. She
couldn’t marry him but how to say it. Then she found the way. She needed a lake and a boat for
celebrating their wedding day. Sangkuriang had to make them in one night. He built a lake. With
a dawn just moment away and the boat was almost complete. Dayang Sumbi had to stop it. Then,
she lit up the eastern horizon with flashes of light. It made the cocks crowed for a new day.
         Sngkuriang failed to marry her. He was very angry and kicked the boat. It fell over and
became the mountain of Tangkuban Perahu Bandung.


20. What is the text about ?
    A. Dayang Sumbi and Tumang
    B. Sangkuriang
    C. Tangkuban Perahu
    D. The Kingdom of Priangan.
21. The second paragraph is about … .
    A. Dayang Sumbi’s order Sangkuriang
    B. Dayang Sumbi’s love to her own son
    C. Sangkuriang’s failure to marry his mother
    D. Sangkuriang’s punishment from his mother
22. What can we learn from the story ?
    A. Never make the same mistakes.
    B. Mother’s love never ends till die.
    C. Everybody should tolerate one another.
    D. Everybody must respect their mother.

Answer the questions 23 -25 based on this text.
                                            MY CINCI

        I have a pet . It is a female rabbit. Her name is Cinci. Cinci is a Mini Rex Rabbit. She is
very cute.
        Outwardly, the Mini Rex Rabbit lookes like a miniature version of the larger Rex Rabbit.
Sporting graceful proportions and that nice plush “Rex fur”, this is a very good looking rabbit. It
has become one of the most popular and readily available pet rabbits and is good with children.
    The Mini Rex is an adorable medium sized rabbit that makes a wonderful companion.
Generally friendly and moderately active, they will enjoy playing or just relaxing and being
petted. Because of its relatively small size it is easy to handle, as well as easy to house and feed.

23. What makes the mini rex easy to handle ?
    A. It’s good with children.
    B. It’s a very good looking rabbit
    C. It’s relatively small in size.
    D. It’s wonderful companion.
24. The Mini Rex is an adorable medium sized rabbit that … (paragraph 3)
    The word ‘adorable’ in the sentence above means …
    A. fierce
    B. famous
    C. lovable
    D. diligent
25. Which of the following statements is incorrect based on the text ?
    A. Mini rex is a suitable pet for adults.
    B. Mini rex is an adorable little rabbit.
    C. Mini rex is a kind of little rabbit.
    D. Mini rex is one of the most popular rabbit.

The text is for numbers 26 – 28
        Zoologists are biological scientists who study animals. They observe animals both in
their natural habitats and in the laboratory in order to learn as much as possible about animal life.
Zoologists study the origin and development of animal species, the habits and behavior of
animals, and the interaction between animals and their environment. They also do research to
learn how animal diseases develop and how behaviors are passed from generation to generation.
        Zoologists are sometimes known as animal scientists or animal biologists. Their field is
zoology or animal biology. Like botany and microbiology, zoology is a major division of
biology. Zoology is a broad field. It includes the study of animals as varied as elephants,
kangaroos, and killer sharks. Zoologists work in all areas of animal life, studying both simple
and complex processes. For example, a zoologist might examine the overall structure of a cat or
just the microscopic cells in its brain. Zoologists study the life functions of a single animal, such

as an insect, as well as the behavior of whole colonies of ants, flocks of birds or bands of
        Most zoologists are employed by colleges and universities where they teach and do
research. Large numbers of zoologists work for government agencies in such areas as wildlife
management, conservation, and agriculture. A few work for private companies, such as
pharmaceutical companies or biological supply houses that sell animal specimens to laboratories.
Some zoologists are employed by museums and zoos.
        Although their jobs may differ widely, most zoologists spend at least part of their time
doing research or laboratory work. They divide and examine animal specimens. They prepare
slides so that they can observe such things as diseased tissue and chemical reactions under light
or electron microscopes. Since they often perform experiments with animals, many zoologists
keep laboratory animals, such as mice, fruit flies, and guinea pigs. They may breed these
animals, raise their offspring under controlled conditions, or test the effects of drugs on them.
Some zoologists observe animals in their natural habitats. These zoologists study mating
practices, aggression, life histories, and the group behavior of animals. Zoologists may make use
of computerized information as well as a wide variety of special laboratory equipment and
scientific methods. They are sometimes assisted by biological technicians.

26. What does the text tell us about ?
    A. Job description of zoologists.
    B. The importance of zoologists.
    C. The objects examined by zoologists.
    D. What zoologists do in their job.
27. In general, zoologists learn about … .
    A. all parts of animal’s life
    B. kinds of animal’s diseases.
    C. some wild animals
    D. certain animal behaviors.
28. Why does a zoologist keep laboratory animals ?
    A. To avoid certain animals from extinction.
    B. To know the effect of certain drugs on the animals.
    C. To perform experiments with the animals.
    D. To observe the animals in their natural habitat.

Read the text and answer questions 29 – 30


29. What can we order from Canyon Vista Restaurant?
    A. Breakfast and lunch
    B. Lunch and supper
    C. Breakfast and dinner
    D. Lunch and dinner
30. Ask about our daily …
    The underlined word has the same meaning with the word … .
    A. weekday
    B. weekend
    C. every day
    D. nowadays

Text is for numbers 31 – 33.
                                      MANGROVE TREES

        A mangrove is a tropical marine tree or shrub of genus Rhizhopora. Mangroves have
special aerial roots and salt-filtering tap roots that enable them to thrive in brackish water
(brackish water is salty, but not as salty as sea water).
        There are several species of mangrove trees found all over the world. Some prefer more
salinity, while others like to be very close to large fresh water source (such as river). Some prefer
areas that are sheltered from waves. Some species have their roots covered with sea water every
day during high tide. Other species grow on dry land, but are still part of the ecosystem.
1. Support roots which directly pierce the soil.
2. Level-growing roots which twist upwards and downward, with the upward twist emerging on
    the water surface.
3. Level- growing roots whose downward twist (sub-roots) appear on the water surface.
        Any part of a root that appears above the water flows oxygen to the plant under water
surface. As the soil begins to build up, these roots produce additional roots that become
embedded in the soil.

31. The mangroves get oxygen from … .
    A. the rots under the water surface
    B. a part of root above water surface
    C. the roots that twist upwards and downwards
    D. a part of root that thrives in brackish water
    32. The main idea of the second paragraph is … .
    A. mangrove can be found all over the world
    B. mangroves can grow on dry land
    C. mangrove has several species all over the world
    D. mangrove can grow only on sea water
33. The text is written in order to … .
    A. show the use of mangrove in our life
    B. explain how to plant mangrove tree
    C. tell where mangroves live
    D. inform about mangrove trees in general


Text for numbers 34 and 35.


        The Borobudur Temple Compounds is a ninth century Buddhist temple complex. It was
built on several levels around a natural hill.
        Borobudur is built as a single large stupa, and when viewed from above takes the form of
a giant tantric Buddhist mandala, simultaneously representing the Buddhist cosmology and the
nature of mind. The foundation is a square. It has nine platforms, of which the lower six are
square and the upper three are circular. The upper platform features seventy-two small stupas

surrounding one large central stupa. Each stupa is bell-shaped and pierced by numerous
decorative openings. Statues of the Buddha sit inside the pierced enclosures.
       The site was rediscovered in the 19th century, and restored in the early 20th. In 1973 a
major renovation took place that was funded by UNESCO.
       Two smaller Buddhist temples, Pawan and Mendut, are part of the designated area too.

34. When was Borobudur temple built?
    A. In the 6th century.
    B. In the 9th century.
    C. In the 19th century.
    D. In the 20th century.
35. What is the main idea of pargraph 2?
    A. The time when Borobudur was built.
    B. The shape of Borobudur when viewed from above.
    C. The foundation and the nine platforms of Borobudur.
    D. The time when Borobudur was rediscovered and restored.

The following text is for questions 36 and 37.

                     HOW TO PLAY SNAKE AND LADDER GAME

To play the game we need : a board, some counters and a dice.
How to play it :
 First of all, give every player a counter.
 Next, make a toast to decide which player will start to turn.
 Then the one who wins the toast throw the dice. If he throws four, he will jump to square
   four but if he throws two he will jump to square two. When there is a ladder in the square he
   can go up the ladder but when there a snake he must go down.
 Have the second player to throw the dice make a step based on the throw.
 Make steps until the finish. The one who gets the finish square first is the winner.

36. What is the purpose of the text ?
    A. Describing a kind of game.
    B. Telling the way to play a game.
    C. Informing a children game.
    D. Giving entertainment to readers.
37. What do you do after making a toast ?
    A. Opening the board.
    B. Moving the ladder.
    C. Throwing the snake.
    D. Killing the snake.


Text for numbers 38 – 40.
        Long ago in a faraway land, there was a tsar who had a magnificent orchard. However,
every night a firebird would swoop down on the tsar’s best apple tree and fly away with few
golden apples. The tsar ordered each of his three sons to catch that firebird alive and bring it to
        The two elder brothers fell asleep while watching. The youngest son, Ivan, saw the
firebird and grabbed it by the tail, but the bird managed to wriggle out of Ivan’s grasp, leaving
him only a bright red tail feather. The tsar then ordered his sons to find the firebird.
        Ivan assisted by a grey wolf to look for the firebird. He was able to find the firebird. He
also met a princess named Elena the fair. When they came to the border of Ivan’s father’s
kingdom, Ivan and Elena stopped to rest. While they were sleeping, Ivan’s two older brothers,
returning from their unsuccessful quest, came across the two and killed Ivan, threatening Elena
to do the same her if she told what had happened.
        Ivan lay dead for thirty days until the grey wolf revived him with water of death and
water of life. Ivan came to his home palace at the wedding day of Elena the Fair and Ivan’s
brother. The tsar asked for an explanation and Elena told him the truth. The tsar was furious and
threw the elder brothers into prison. Ivan and Elena the Fair married, inherited the kingdom and
lived happily ever after.

38. What did the firebird take from the tsar’s best apple tree?
    A. A magnificent orchard.
    B. Three princes.
    C. A few golden apples.
    D. A princess.
39. What is the main idea of the fourth paragraph ?
    A. Ivan assisted by a grey wolf to look for the firebird.
    B. Ivan’s brother and Elena the Fair got married.
    C. Ivan came to his home palace at the wedding day of Elena and Ivan’s brother.
    D. Ivan revived and the Tsar knew the truth.
40. What can we learn from the story above ?
    A. The good man will find happiness in the end.
    B. Tricky person will be successful.
    C. Wise man will defeat the bad ones.
    D. Brave and kind man will make others happy.

Text for number 41.

     To : Hermawan

     Please forward to others, there is no English club meeting
     this week since Mrs. Heni hasn’t come yet from
     Banjarmasin her home town. Her mother passed away a
     couple of days ago, so the meeting is cancelled until she




   41. The following statements are true about the text, except … .
       A. Mrs. Heni comes from South Kalimantan
       B. Sekar is an English Club member
       C. The message has to forward to all students
       D. Mrs. Heni couldn’t come because of the death of her mother


Text for questions 42 and 43.

                         Post on : Thursday, 16 September 2010,
                                       06.30 CDT

        Climate changes brought on by global warming could lead to less frequent Arctic storms
kwon as polar lows. British scientist said Wednesday.
        Polar lows form ice-free high latitudes in the North Atlantic during the winter and can
cause havoc on ships an d oil rigs.
        There was an average 36 storms per season during the 20th century, according to
climatologists at the University of Reading.
        That number could fall to between 17 and 23 per season, depending on concentrations of
heat-trapping greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
        Mattias Zahn, of the Environmental Systems Science Center at Reading, told AFP “There
would be roughly only half as many (polar lows) in future.”
        The reason for the decline lies in a change in the difference in temperature between the
ocean surface and the mid-atmosphere. This differential is what causes a polar low to develop.
Altering the difference hinders the storm’s formation, according to the paper, released by the
British science journal Nature.
        The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change has three scenarios that are used
to simulated greenhouse-gas emissions.
        Zahd said further work was underway to simulated polar lows in the northern Pacific.

42. The text is about … .
    A. polar lows
    B. global warming
    C. climate changes
    D. greenhouse gases
43. What can affect Arctic storm ?
    A. Global warming.
    B. The season.
    C. The climate.
    D. The clouds.

For questions 44 to 46 read the text and choose the best word to complete it.
       On American television there are many ads about kind of soap. They show soap for
washing clothes, dishes, and for washing people too. Often the ads tell about special soap for
washing hair. These advertisement show that American television seems very interested in
cleaning. On television, many Americans like to find out what’s happening in the world. …(44)
can see real people and places. They believe it is easier than reading the newspaper. Many
people think television … (45) the news seem more real. They also think the news on television
are more interesting. … (46) reporters sometimes tell funny stories and even jokes.

44. A. It
    B. He
    C. We
    D. They
45. A. make
    B. making
    C. made
    D. makes
46. A. Television news
    B. American television
    C. Advertisement show
    D. Real people

For questions 47 and 48, arrange the words into a good sentence.
47. you – much – for – last – thank – your – very – letter
     1      2       3    4       5       6      7      8
      A. 5 – 1 – 3 – 6 – 8 – 4 – 7 – 2
      B. 5 – 1 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 6 – 4 – 8
      C. 6 – 8 - 5 – 1 – 3 – 4 – 7 – 2
      D. 6 – 8 – 5 – 1 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 4
48. not – basketball – the students – in - playing – now – are – the field
      1       2               3        4      5       6     7        8
      A. 3 – 7 – 1 – 6 – 5 – 2 – 4 – 8
      B. 3 – 7 – 1 - 5 – 2 – 4 – 8 – 6
      C. 3 – 6 – 7 – 1 – 4 – 8 – 5 – 2
      D. 3 – 6 – 7 – 5 – 2 – 4 – 8 – 1

For questions 49 and 50, choose the best arrangements of the sentences to make a good
49.   1. Finally, the fox took it and ran away.
      2. Long time ago there was a cow.
      3. Suddenly, the fox came up and ask for her cheese.
      4. Then, the fox said that she had beautiful voice.
      5. One day she had a big piece of cheese.
      6. At the moment she opened her beak, the cheese fell over.
      7. However, she did not give it to the fox.
      8. After that, the crow sang a song.

       A.   2-5-3-7-4-6-8-1
       B.   2-5-3-4-7-6-8-1
       C.   2-5-3-7-4-8-6-1
       D.   2-5-7-3-6-4-8-1

50.   1.    There was no fresh water so they worked hard to collect rain water and caught some
            fish and lobster in the sea.
       2.   They quickly loaded a small rubber dinghy with food, matches, and tins of soft drink.
       3.   Bob and Luc were having a trip on a boat from the Virgin Islands to Miami when
            suddenly the boat hit a rock and began to sink.
       4.   After a week on the silent island, they tried to ask help from the passing ship or
            planes by waving their clothes, but it never succeeded.
       5.   They rowed for a few miles across the Caribbean until they arrived at a tiny coral
       6.   Two weeks later a passing tanker rescued them, Bob and Luc were happy to be home
       7.   Meanwhile, there was no rain at all and they begin to get thirsty.

       A.   3–5–7–4–1–6–2
       B.   3–1–2–4–5–7–6
       C.   3–2–5–1–4–7–6
       D.   3–5–4–1–7–2–6

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