Kamis, 20 September 2012
Once upon a time, a rabbit wanted to cross a river
but he could not swim. He had an idea. He saw a boss
of crocodile swimming in the river. The rabbit asked
the boss of crocodile, "How many crocodiles are there
in the river?" The boss of crocodile answered, "We are
twenty here." "Where are they?" the rabbit asked for
the second time. "What is it for?" the boss of crocodile
"All of you are good, nice, gentle and kind, so I
want to make a line in order. Later I will know how
kind you are," said the rabbit. Then, the boss of the
crocodile called all his friends and asked them to make
a line in order from one side to the other side of the
river. Just then, the rabbit started to count while
jumping from one crocodile to another: one ... two ...
three ... four ... until twenty, and finally, he thanked all
crocodiles because he had crossed the river
1. The story mainly tells us about ...
A. twenty crocodiles
B. the boss of the crocodile
C. a rabbit and twenty crocodiles
D. a rabbit and the boss of crocodile
E. the boss of the crocodile and ail his friends
2. We know from the first paragraph that the rabbit
actually wanted ...
A. to cross the river
B. to swim across the river
C. to meet the boss of crocodile
D. to know where the crocodiles are
E. to know the number of crocodiles there
3. All of you are good, nice, gentle, and kind ..."
The underlined word is synonymous with ...