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1. Every day, I walk to school. Yesterday, I … to school.

A. walked B. walk C. walks D. walking

2. Every night, Qiara watches TV. Last night, she … TV.

A. watched B. watch C. watches D. watching

3. I didn’t go to school two days ago. I … at my home.

A. was B. were C. am D. is

4. We are in Class VIII this year. But, we … in Class VII last year.
A. was B. were C. am D. is

5. Aisha : I watched TV last night. How about you? … you watch TV last night?
Sarah : No, I didn’t watch TV last night.
A. Did B. Do C. Will D. Should

6. Jamal : I went to WBM swimming pool yesterday. How about you? Did you … to the swimming pool too?
Abdul : Yes, I did. I went there with my family.
A. go B. went C. gone D. goed

For questions 7 to 10, complete the story below.

My name is Udin. Last year, I …(7) 13 years old. My teacher was Mr. Hisyam. He …(8) a nice teacher. My
class was nice. There …(9) twenty-three students in my class. My friends …(10) in my class. I was happy at
Adapted from Oxford Discover Grammar Student Book 2
7. A. am B. was C. are D. were

8. A. is B. was C. are D. were

9. A. is B. was C. are D. were

10. A. is B. was C. are D. were

For questions 11 to 15, complete the narrative text below.

Once upon a time, two bandits … (11) an old lady. The robbery … (12) near the old bridge over the river.
The old lady finished shopping then … (13) toward the bridge. When she … (14) near the bridge, two bandits
jumped toward her and grabbed her purse. She screamed and the two bandits dropped the purse. Then, they …(15)
through the river.
Adapted from English in Focus for Grade VIII
11. A. rob B. robbed C. robbing D. robs

12. A. happen B. happened C. happening D. happens

13. A. walk B. walked C. walking D. walks

14. A. is B. was C. are D. were

15. A. escape B. escaped C. escaping D. escapes

The following text is for questions 16 to 20.

The Ant and the Dove
One hot day, an ant was searching for some water. After walking around for some time, she came to a spring.
To reach the spring she had to climb up a blade of grass. While making her way up, she slipped and fell into
the water.
She could have drowned if a dove up a nearby tree had not helped her. Seeing that the ant was in trouble, the
dove quickly plucked a leaf and dropped it into the water near the struggling ant. The ant moved towards the leaf
and climbed up there. Soon, it carried her safely to dry ground.
Just as that time, a hunter nearby was throwing out his net towards the dove, hoping to trap it. Guessing
what he was about to do, the ant quickly bit him on the heel. Feeling the pain, the hunter dropped his net. Quickly,
the dove flied away to safety.
Adopted from Practise Your English Competence 2
16. How many characters are there in the story above?
A. one character B. two characters C. three characters D. four characters

17. Why did the ant come to the spring? Because … .

A. the ant was searching for some water B. the ant wanted to bite the hunter
C. the ant wanted to meet with the dove D. the ant was searching for food

18. Which statement is TRUE according to the text?

A. The hunter caught the dove. B. The dove didn’t help the ant.
C. The ant killed the hunter. D. The ant and the dove were safe.

19. What is the purpose of the text above?

A. To describe the ant. B. To describe the facts of the hunter.
C. To entertain the readers. D. To explain how to hunt a dove.

20. “Soon, it carried her safely to dry ground.” (Paragraph 3). The underlined word means … .
A. humid B. moist C. not wet D. not hot

The following text is for questions 21 to 25.

The Grasshopper and the Ant
One summer, a grasshopper spent his days merrily singing and dancing. He hopped everywhere, while ants
were busy gathering grains of wheat and corn. He laughed at the ants and said, “How dull! Why don’t you sing
and dance with me instead of working under the hot sun?”
“We are storing away food for the winter,” they explained, “you should do the same.”
The grasshopper laughed and replied, “Why worry about the winter? I have plenty to eat for now.” And he
hopped away to look for someone to play with.
But when the winter came, the grasshopper could fine no more food. Shivering, he knocked at the ants’ door.
“Can you spare me some seeds?” he begged. “I’m cold and hungry!”
“We worked hard all summer to store away food,” they answered. “What were you doing?”
“I was busy singing and dancing,” he said.
“Then sing and dance for us now!” They told him. “It’s time for you to work for your dinner.”
Adopted from Practise Your English Competence 2
21. What did the grasshopper do in the summer?
A. The grasshopper sung and danced. B. The grasshopper worked during summer.
C. The grasshopper collected food. D. The grasshopper gathered grains.

22. Who worked in the summer?

A. The grasshopper. B. The dove. C. The ants. D. The winter.

23. What happened when the winter came?

A. There were no food. B. The grasshopper was cheerful.
C. There were much food. D. The ants were hungry.

24. What can we learn from the story above?

A. We must sing all day. B. We must prepare for the future.
C. We can sing and dance every day. D. We can ignore the future.

25. “One summer, a grasshopper spent his days merrily singing and dancing.” (Paragraph 1).
The underlined word means … .
A. happily B. sadly C. worry D. cheerlessly
Present Tense Past Tense
1 go …
2 sleep …
3 write …
4 eat …
5 jump …


came friends vultures stop decided

On a summer day, the weather was very hot and everybody was thirsty. A lion and a pig …(1) to a small well to
drink together. They were arguing which of them should drink first, and were soon fighting furiously.
When they rested from their arguing, they saw some vultures in the distance. The …(2) were waiting for one of
them to die so they could eat. The vultures were looking and anticipating eagerly. They were more than five vultures
ready to grab any victims from the fight.
Realizing the situation, the lion and the pig …(3) to stop the fighting. They didn’t even continue the quarrel and
arguments. “Look at those vultures, they can’t wait to eat our bodies once we die. Let’s just …(4) fighting.” said the
lion to the pig.
“You’re right. It’s better for us to be …(5) than to be the food of those vultures. That will certainly happen if we
get hurt or die,” replied the pig.
Adapted from Ujian Nasional Bahasa Inggris Tahun 2015

1. ________________________

2. ________________________

3. ________________________

4. ________________________

5. ________________________