MIDDLE SEMESTER EXAM OF ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE (LAW) “CLASS A (2014)”

These are questions for  MIDDLE SEMESTER EXAM  in “ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE (LAW)” subject. You only have to answer questions according to Your group/written name. Please pay attention to instructions of questions. Please write Your name and Your identity student number on Your answer. And please write Your suggestions/criticism due to my lecture methods on your answer reply. Your answer should be submitted before 07th April 2016. Your score will be given by lecture directly below on Your answer. Any further informations, students may contact on my personal mobile: +6281396534624. Good luck and thank you.

Group of GI KIMOCHI

  1. Andre Firana
  2. Ebed Arroan Lembang
  3. Khairil Hafidz
  4. Muhammad Fauzi
  5. Muhammad Ridwan Aidil
  6. Ridwan Risnandi H.
  • PART OF SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Decide whether the words in bold are verbs or nouns.

  1. We hope that our children will be successful.
  2. My hope is that prices will fall and I get a job this year.
  3. Turning his back on me was a deliberate insult.
  4. He insulted  her by telling her she was not only ugly but stupid too.
  5. Can you give me your telephone number?
  6. We must number the names of the great mathematicians.
  7. I’ll post the news on the bulletin board.
  8. If you go down to town, could you bring me the post? I’m waiting for an important letter.
  9. I love to watch the rain from my room window.
  10. I don’t usually go out when it rains in my town.

 

  • VERB TENSES QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change The Sentences Below Into Affirmative, Negative Or Interrogative

  1. I met a film star in the street last year. (Change Into Negative)
  2. My sister has been to England twice this year. (Change Into Interrogative)
  3. I didn’t get his reply straight away. (Change Into Affirmative)
  4. My dad used to go to my local primary school. (Change Into Negative)
  • PASSIVE VOICE QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change the form of the following sentences from active to passive :

Example : People buy food at the market →Food is bought at the market.

He has fed the animals. → The animals have been fed.

  1. Active : They take the child to school by car.
  2. Active : I saw two armed men in front of the jewellery shop.
  3. Active : The reporter is announcing the results on the radio right now.
  4. Active : Emma had done the housework before the guests arrived.
  5. Active : The doctor was treating the patient when the ambulance arrived.
  6. Active : The ambulance will take the patient to the nearest hospital.
  7. Active : The teacher had announced the results to the students.
  8. Active : Tom will have calculated the cost before the end of the day.
  9. Active : The teacher is not going to open the window.
  10. Active : They play handball.
  11. Active : Alex learned the poem.
  • REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Make indirect sentences in the present. Now the receiver (Y) is given in the direct sentence.

1)   Mom: “Children, you are so nice.”

2)   Greg: “Mother, this soup is really delicious.”

3)   Mrs Drill: “Philip, your composition isn’t on my desk.”

4)   Ms Stone: “Margaret, your mother is waiting for you outside the house.”

5)   Grandma: “Sam and Peter, your sandwiches are ready.”

 

Group of “Banana Press”

  1. Adityo Randi Pratama
  2. Irfan Agusetiawan
  3. Lucky Gedhe Pamungkas
  4. Fadliyannur
  5. Sutris Sugih Arto
  6. Yudi Rahmadi
  • PART OF SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Choose The Appropriate Word To Fill In Blank.

  1. They are dancing (happy/happily)
  2. The dog is barking (fierce/fiercely).
  3. He is a very (careful/carefully)
  4. Jane ran (quick/quickly)  to the bus stop.
  5. She sounded very (angry/ angrily) on the phone.
  6. The village looked (peaceful/ peacefully).
  7. The test was (easy/ easily).
  8. She dances (beautiful/ beautifully).
  9. I (simple/ simply) can’t do this.
  10. She spoke in a (soft/ softly)
  • VERB TENSES QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Form questions for the following answers, pay attention to the underlined word/s

  1. Susan works in a factory.I didn’t get his reply straight away.
  2. I have been to Africa three times.
  3. Yes, he did. Tom bought 10 pair of shoes.
  4. Melissa is chopping some vegetables.
  • PASSIVE VOICE QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change the form of the following sentences from active to passive :

Example : People buy food at the market →Food is bought at the market.

He has fed the animals. → The animals have been fed.

  1. Active : They take the child to school by car.
  2. Active : I saw two armed men in front of the jewellery shop.
  3. Active : The reporter is announcing the results on the radio right now.
  4. Active : Emma had done the housework before the guests arrived.
  5. Active : The doctor was treating the patient when the ambulance arrived.
  6. Active : The ambulance will take the patient to the nearest hospital.
  7. Active : The teacher had announced the results to the students.
  8. Active : Tom will have calculated the cost before the end of the day.
  9. Active : The teacher is not going to open the window.
  10. Active : They play handball.
  11. Active : Alex learned the poem.
  • REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Make indirect sentences in the present. Now the receiver (Y) is given in the direct sentence.

1)   Mrs Farrell: “Mr Kyle, your car is standing in front of my garage.”

2)   Mr Marvel: “Mrs Lodge, your son is my best student in this class.”

3)   Daisy: “Lana, I need your help.”

4)   Doug: “Daddy, I got a five in Physics.”

5)   Tom: “Peggy, I have lost your telephone number.”

 

Group of “My Destiny”

  1. Dwi Ambarina Rita Kadarsih
  2. Elisa Alvionita
  3. Hairun Jariah
  4. Junianto
  5. Muhammad Arif
  6. Yayat Apriadi
  • PART OF SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Choose The Appropriate Word To Fill In Blank.

  1. Can you speak (slow/ slowly)? I can’t understand.
  2. Don’t be (late/ lately)  for dinner tonight.
  3. You can make (free/ freely) phone calls with this card.
  4. This exercise is very (simpel/simply).
  5. It’s not difficult, you (simpel/simply) put everything together like this.
  6. That seat doesn’t look (comfortable/ comfortably).
  7. Are you sitting (comfortable/ comfortably).
  8. The moon is very (bright/ brightly).
  9. Tom is a very (careful/ carefully) He never makes mistakes.
  10. You have to talk (quiet/ quietly) when you are in the library.
  • VERB TENSES QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Form questions for the following answers, pay attention to the underlined word/s

  1. They ran10 kilometers.
  2. I usually work on Fridays.
  3. Teresa is eating your lunch because she is hungry.
  4. The studentswill have an exam next week. 
  • PASSIVE VOICE QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change the form of the following sentences from active to passive :

Example : People buy food at the market →Food is bought at the market.

He has fed the animals. → The animals have been fed.

  1. Active : They take the child to school by car.
  2. Active : I saw two armed men in front of the jewellery shop.
  3. Active : The reporter is announcing the results on the radio right now.
  4. Active : Emma had done the housework before the guests arrived.
  5. Active : The doctor was treating the patient when the ambulance arrived.
  6. Active : The ambulance will take the patient to the nearest hospital.
  7. Active : The teacher had announced the results to the students.
  8. Active : Tom will have calculated the cost before the end of the day.
  9. Active : The teacher is not going to open the window.
  10. Active : They play handball.
  11. Active : Alex learned the poem.
  • REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Make indirect sentences in the present.

1)   “I’ve forgotten to pack my passport.” Sam to the officer.

2)   “Your new novel is my favourite one.” Linda to the writer.

3)   “I don’t like talking about unnecessary things.” The boss to Mr Grey.

4)   “He explained me the mechanism of my car.” Tina to her mother.

5)   “I would like to forget this terrible memory.” Sylvie to the psychologist.

 

Group of  “Fikrul Mustamir”    

  1. Ayu Julia Istiqomah
  2. Ayu Puspita Sari
  3. Ruhania
  4. Hariyani Ningsi
  5. Nurhayati
  6. Prisma Bella Bangkit Perkasa

 

  • PART OF SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Complete the sentences with one word from the box. Use one as a verb or as a noun or vice versa. Make any necessary changes:

 

1)   The boy usually (addresses/address) her mum in low tones.

2)   I went to her (addresses/address) but nobody was home.

3)   We accidentally  (broke/ breaks)  the radio last night.

4)   I like television channels without commercial  (broke/ breaks).

5)   He (drew/ draw) a map of the area yesterday for me not to get lost.

6)   Yesterday’s match ended in a  (drew/ draw). Nobody won.

7)   We saw many new (faces/face)  on the first day of classes.

8)   You should (faces/face)   the problems and don’t be so pessimistic.

9)   A kite (flies/ fly) above the playground every day.

10) I complained to the waiter because there was a   (flies/ fly) in my soup.

 

  • VERB TENSES QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Put the verbs between brackets in the past perfect  or the simple past.

Example: The teacher  (not start) the lesson until all students (be) quiet.

The teacher  hadn’t started the lesson until all students  were quiet.

  1. When I (come) back home, my family (have) dinner.
  2. I  (do) my homework before I (go) to bed.
  3. The children (eat) dinner by the time their father (come) home.
  4. Helen (help) her mother last night after she (finish) her  homework.
  • PASSIVE VOICE QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change the form of the following sentences from active to passive :

Example : People buy food at the market →Food is bought at the market.

He has fed the animals. → The animals have been fed.

  1. Active : They take the child to school by car.
  2. Active : I saw two armed men in front of the jewellery shop.
  3. Active : The reporter is announcing the results on the radio right now.
  4. Active : Emma had done the housework before the guests arrived.
  5. Active : The doctor was treating the patient when the ambulance arrived.
  6. Active : The ambulance will take the patient to the nearest hospital.
  7. Active : The teacher had announced the results to the students.
  8. Active : Tom will have calculated the cost before the end of the day.
  9. Active : The teacher is not going to open the window.
  10. Active : They play handball.
  11. Active : Alex learned the poem.
  • REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Make indirect sentences in the present.

1)   “Your unbelievable stories are the best in this class.” The teacher to Jack.

2)   “My hobbies don’t need much energy.” Mike to Sam.

3)   “You broke my beautiful vase when you ran out of the room.” Mum to Paul.

4)      “These apples are for your grandchildren.” The greengrocer to Mrs Hill.

5)     “Tomorrow we’ll visit our new friends in New Castle.” Dad to the children.

 

Group of “Walking Dead”

  1. Gandhi Halim Pratama
  2. Lely Mayangsari Zebua
  3. Muhammad Ikbal Bawazir
  4. Muhammad Nisfu Firdaus
  5. Nurman Dany
  6. Zainal
  • PART OF SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Put the words into the correct order so that the sentence makes sense.

1)   nurse / is / John’s / wife / a.

2)   home / Carla / the / plays / piano / at.

3)   we / three / have / English / each / lectures / week.

4)   these / mine / are / yours / not.

5)   married / to / Mary / a / is / dentist.

6)   piano / Carla / the / playing / the / likes / in / evening.

7)   times / have / I / English / three / lessons / a / week.

8)   these / his / are / yours / or?

9)   doctor / is / Mary’s / husband / a.

10) evening / Carla / the / plays / piano / every.

11) three / we / study / a / English / hours / week.

  • VERB TENSES QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Put the verbs between brackets in the past perfect  or the simple past.

Example: The teacher  (not start) the lesson until all students (be) quiet.

The teacher  hadn’t started the lesson until all students  were quiet.

  1. Frank (fall) down after he (throw)  the football.
  2. Mary (feed) her cat before she (have) breakfast.
  3. Tom (be) late for work last Monday because he (have) an accident.
  4. The film  (begin) as soon as I (switch on) TV.
  • PASSIVE VOICE QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change the form of the following sentences from active to passive :

Example : People buy food at the market →Food is bought at the market.

He has fed the animals. → The animals have been fed.

  1. Active : They take the child to school by car.
  2. Active : I saw two armed men in front of the jewellery shop.
  3. Active : The reporter is announcing the results on the radio right now.
  4. Active : Emma had done the housework before the guests arrived.
  5. Active : The doctor was treating the patient when the ambulance arrived.
  6. Active : The ambulance will take the patient to the nearest hospital.
  7. Active : The teacher had announced the results to the students.
  8. Active : Tom will have calculated the cost before the end of the day.
  9. Active : The teacher is not going to open the window.
  10. Active : They play handball.
  11. Active : Alex learned the poem.
  • REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Rewrite these sentences using reported speech.

Example: “I live in an old house in the country,” she told me.

She told me that she lived in an old house in the country.

1)   “I’m living with my parents,” she said.

2)   “I’ve just finished school,” he said.

3)   “I played football last week,” he told us.

4)   “I was having a bath when the lights went out,” he told me.

5)   “It will be cold and wet tomorrow,” the weather man said.

 

Group of “Minus”

  1. Ari Munanzar
  2. Fenny Dwi Aidina
  3. Maida Sri Wardani
  4. Faisal Arif
  5. Rillo Probo Kusumo
  6. Riri Evita P.Sari
  • PART OF SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Read the text below and choose the correct word for each space

Filming Everest

 Film maker David Breashears (1)_______ already  climbed Mount Everest three times when he (2)________ to make a film, so that   audiences could share his (3)_______.

He set off on this nine week adventure the following spring, with his photographic equipment and with six climbers from (4)______ the world. (5)_______ the conditions were hard and dangerous, with temperatures of -40°C, the climbers made good (6)_______.

Then, when they were just one thousand metres from their goal, there was a terrible (7)_______. The team didn´t give (8)_____, however. They hid in a tent on the mountainside until it passed. Thirteen days later they (9)________ the top.

“I was so tired that it was (10)_______ to enjoy our success at first” said David. “Climbing Everest is difficult enough but filming made it (11)______ harder. I am really proud we did it in the end”!

  1. a) had                       b) has                   c) was                   d) did
  2.   a) invited                 b) decided           c) organised          d) requested
  3. a) acts                      b) events            c) occupations       d) experiences
  4. a) along                     b) above              c) about                 d) around
  5. a) although b) Beause             c) Since                 d) Unless
  6. a) improvement b) progress          c) increase             d)development
  7. a) climate b) storm              c) weather             d) air
  8. a) out b) back                c) away                   d) up
  9. a) arrived b) landed             c) reached              d) entered
  10. a) impossible           b) unable             c) unfit                   d) improbable
  11. a) ever b) more               c) even                    d) as
  • VERB TENSES QUESTIONS

Instructions: Put the verbs in brackets into the Simple Past or Past Continuous.

1)    They (buy) ice-creams while they (wait) to play.

2)    They (play) when it (start) to rain.

3)    They (stop) when the rain (start).

4)    When the rain (stop) they (go on) with their game.

  • PASSIVE VOICE QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change the form of the following sentences from active to passive :

Example : People buy food at the market →Food is bought at the market.

He has fed the animals. → The animals have been fed.

  1. Active : They take the child to school by car.
  2. Active : I saw two armed men in front of the jewellery shop.
  3. Active : The reporter is announcing the results on the radio right now.
  4. Active : Emma had done the housework before the guests arrived.
  5. Active : The doctor was treating the patient when the ambulance arrived.
  6. Active : The ambulance will take the patient to the nearest hospital.
  7. Active : The teacher had announced the results to the students.
  8. Active : Tom will have calculated the cost before the end of the day.
  9. Active : The teacher is not going to open the window.
  10. Active : They play handball.
  11. Active : Alex learned the poem.
  • REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Rewrite these sentences using reported speech.

Example: “I live in an old house in the country,” she told me.

She told me that she lived in an old house in the country.

1)   “I must go and have my hair done now,” she said.

2)   “This is the last warning I’m going to give you,” she said.

3)   “I still haven’t read these books,” she admitted.

4)   “I’ll meet you here next week at the same time,” he said.

5)   She said, “she saw the robber leave the bank”.

 

Group of “Get Rich”

  1. Losse Marsaila Ako
  2. Ryanti Nugraha
  3. Satriyani
  4. Tiwi Malinda Maidin
  5. Yanthy Rosalin P.
  6. Wanmei Hotmauli M.
  • PART OF SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: What parts of speech is each word in the following sentences?

Eg-He lives here. [ pronoun + verb + adverb ]

1)   Dear, Janet, happy to meet you.

2)   Good pupils come to school early.

3)   He succeeds because he does his homework seriously.

4)   Who is that boy who wears black trousers?

5)   Babies always cry.

6)   They have been working for hours.

7)   Actually, he is a man.

8)   This is my friend who lives in Algiers.

9)   She runs quickly.

10)   Good pupils revise their lessons regularly.

11)   Today, we pass our English exam.

12)   This is my new friend who comes from Algeria.

  • VERB TENSES QUESTIONS

Instructions: Put the verbs in brackets into the simple past or past progressive  tense.

Example: She said that the car (travel)  at 40 k.p.h. when it (begin)  to skid.

She said that the car  was traveling  at 40 k.p.h. when it began to skid.

 

– Why (you / interrupt)  me just now? I (have)  a very interesting conversation with Mr. Pitt.   The murderer (carry)  the corpse down the stairs when he (hear)  a knock on the door.

  • PASSIVE VOICE QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change the form of the following sentences from active to passive :

Example : People buy food at the market →Food is bought at the market.

He has fed the animals. → The animals have been fed.

  1. Active : They take the child to school by car.
  2. Active : I saw two armed men in front of the jewellery shop.
  3. Active : The reporter is announcing the results on the radio right now.
  4. Active : Emma had done the housework before the guests arrived.
  5. Active : The doctor was treating the patient when the ambulance arrived.
  6. Active : The ambulance will take the patient to the nearest hospital.
  7. Active : The teacher had announced the results to the students.
  8. Active : Tom will have calculated the cost before the end of the day.
  9. Active : The teacher is not going to open the window.
  10. Active : They play handball.
  11. Active : Alex learned the poem.
  • REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Rewrite these sentences using reported speech.

Example: “I live in an old house in the country,” she told me.

She told me that she lived in an old house in the country.

1)   She told them, “Go to bed.”

2)   He said, “I can’t get to sleep tonight.”

3)   He told her, “I will phone you tomorrow.”

4)   “Can you phone me this evening”? she asked him.

5)   “We have to get up early next morning,” they said.

 

Group of “THE VVIP”

  1. Devi Darmita
  2. Erliansyah
  3. Melyanti Bunga
  4. Nadia Imanda
  5. Putri Rinda Juwita
  6. Rifcky Primananda H.
  7. Treyas Annisa Febri Susanti
  • PART OF SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate part of speeh due to words given (Word Formation)

Sherlock Holmes is a (FICTION) detective created by Scottish author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The fantastic London-based “consulting (DETECT)”, Holmes is famous for his astute logical reasoning, his (ABLE) to adopt almost any disguise, and his use of forensic science skills to solve difficult cases.

Holmes, who first appeared in (PUBLISH) in 1887, was featured in four novels and 56 short stories. The first novel, A Study in Scarlet, appeared in Beeton’s Christmas Annual in 1887 and the second, The Sign of the Four, in Lippincott’s (MONTH) Magazine in 1890. The character grew tremendously in (POPULAR) with the first series of short stories in Strand Magazine, (BEGIN) with A Scandal in Bohemia in 1891; further series of short stories and two novels published in serial form appeared between then and 1927. The stories cover a period from around 1880 up to 1914.

All but four stories are narrated by Holmes’s friend and (BIOGRAPHY), Dr. John H. Watson; two are narrated by Holmes himself (“The Blanched Soldier” and “The Lion’s Mane”) and two others are written in the third person (“The Mazarin Stone” and “His Last Bow”). In two stories (“The Musgrave Ritual” and “The Gloria Scott”), Holmes tells Watson the main story from his memories, while Watson becomes the narrator of the frame story. The first and fourth novels, A Study in Scarlet and The Valley of Fear, each include a long interval of omniscient (NARRATE) recounting events unknown to either Holmes or Watson.

Doyle said that the character of Sherlock Holmes was inspired by Dr. Joseph Bell, for whom Doyle had worked as a clerk at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. Like Holmes, Bell was noted for drawing large (CONCLUDE) from the smallest observations. Sir Henry Littlejohn, Lecturer on Forensic Medicine and Public Health at the Royal College of Surgeons, is also cited as a source for Holmes. Littlejohn served as Police Surgeon and (MEDICINE) Officer of Health of Edinburgh, providing for Doyle a link between medical (INVESTIGATE) and the detection of crime.

  • VERB TENSES QUESTIONS

Instructions: Rewrite the sentences using past simple and past perfect simple. Use the words in brackets.

1)    The woman slept. Then, her husband came home. (already / when)

2)    She put on her make-up. Then, she went to work. (after)

3)    He noticed the smoke in the house. Then, he called the fire brigade. (before).

4)    I finished setting the table. Then, the guests knocked the door. (just / when)

  • PASSIVE VOICE QUESTIONS

Instructions:  Change the form of the following sentences from active to passive :

Example : People buy food at the market →Food is bought at the market.

He has fed the animals. → The animals have been fed.

  1. Active : They take the child to school by car.
  2. Active : I saw two armed men in front of the jewellery shop.
  3. Active : The reporter is announcing the results on the radio right now.
  4. Active : Emma had done the housework before the guests arrived.
  5. Active : The doctor was treating the patient when the ambulance arrived.
  6. Active : The ambulance will take the patient to the nearest hospital.
  7. Active : The teacher had announced the results to the students.
  8. Active : Tom will have calculated the cost before the end of the day.
  9. Active : The teacher is not going to open the window.
  10. Active : They play handball.
  11. Active : Alex learned the poem.
  • REPORTED SPEECH QUESTIONS

Instructions: Rewrite these sentences using reported speech.

Example: “I live in an old house in the country,” she told me.

She told me that she lived in an old house in the country.

1)   “Where are you from?” the man asked me.

2)   “Why don’t you take up the piano?” my mother asked us.

3)   “Have you ever been to Disneyland?” she asked me.

4)   “When did you last go to the dentist?” the teacher asked me.

5)   “Can you speak any other languages?” the woman asked us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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