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Daftar Link Soal-soal Bahasa Inggris SMA kelas 10 dan 11
- Annaouncement 1
- Annaouncement 2
- COMPLIMENTING, CONGRATUTULATION, ATTENTION
- Descriptive 1
- Descriptive 2
- Narrative 1
- Narrative 2
- Narrative 3
- Recount 1
- Recount 2
- Recount 3
- Recount 4
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 1
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 2
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 3
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 4
- ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION 5
- Asking and Giving Opinion
- Hope and Pray
- Latihan Soal Kelas 11 bagian 1
- Latihan Soal Kelas 11 bagian 2
- Latihan Soal Kelas 11 bagian 3
- Personal Letter Bagian 1
- Personal Letter Bagian 2
- Recount Biography
- Report 1
- Report 2
- Report 3
- Report 4
- Report 5
- Saran, Tawaran dan Respon
Look at the example below!
I had a terrible day yesterday. First, I woke up an hour late because my alarm clock didn't go off. Then, I was in such a hurry that I burned my hand when I was making breakfast. After breakfast, I got dressed so quickly that I forgot to wear socks.
Next, I ran out of the house trying to get the 9:30 bus, but of course I missed it. I wanted to take a taxi, but I didn't have enough money.
Finally, I walked the three miles to my school only to discover that it was Sunday! I hope I never have a day as the one I had yesterday.
To tell events for the purpose of informing or entertaining (Melaporkan peristiwa, kejadian atau kegiatan dengan tujuan memberitahukan atau menghibur.
Provides the setting and introduces the participants (yaitu memberikan informasi tentang apa, siapa, di mana dan kapan)
Tell what happened in what sequence (Laporan urutan kegiatan yang biasanya disampaikan secara berurutan)
Closure of events (Biasanya berisi komentar pribadi, kesimpulan atau penilaian tentang pengalaman jika ada
The Generic Structure
of the text entittled “My Day”
Paragraph Generic Structure
I had a terrible day yesterday. First, I woke up an hour late because my alarm clock didn't go off (paragraph 1)
Next, I ran out of the house trying to get the 9:30 bus, but of course I missed it. I wanted to take a taxi, but I didn't have enough money (paragraph 2)
Finally, I walked the three miles to my school only to discover that it was Sunday! I hope I never have a day as the one I had yesterday (paragraph 3)
Orientation: provides the setting and introduces participants.
Events: tell what happened, in what sequence.
Re-orientation: optional closure of events.
• Use of past tense
• Focus on temporal sequences, e.g. When, after, finally, after, then, etc.
• Noun and noun phrase, e.g. man, journey, town, etc.
• Action verb, e.g. wanted, decided, ate, etc.
• Adverb of phrase, e.g. Few days ago, at the end of the journey, etc.
• Adverb, e.g. Cheerfully, quickly, loudly.
The following text is for question number 1 to 4
It was a stormy night. My parents and my sister were away at a friend’s house. I hoped they would return home soon. The lights kept flickering. I did not like being alone.
The lightning and thunder were getting worse. Suddenly, my worst fear came true. The house became pitch dark. I remembered that my brother kept candles in a cupboard in the living room. I groped around for my way downstairs, stumbling down the steps. I could hardly see anything.
Finally, I found the candles in a drawer. Now, I had to go to the kitchen for a matchbox. I knocked against things. But, at last, I found a matchbox and lit a candle. Suddenly, I heard sounds coming from the porch. I froze. Someone was trying to get in! I grabbed my hockey stick and waited.
I heard voices. The front door slowly opened. I held the hockey stick upright. Fear made my hands shake.
Then, a voice cried out,” Dullah! Dullah! Where are you?” It was my neighbor and his son. They brought candles for me.
1. On that night, it was….
A. Very windy
B. Very snowy
C. Calm and quiet
D. Bright and clear
E. Raining heavily
2. What was Dullah’s worst fear?
A. That the electricity would go off
B. That thieves would come to the house
C. That his family would return very late
D. That he would be all alone in the house
E. That he would stumble down the stairs
3. The neighbor and his son brought candles as they were….
A. Scared of Dullah
B. Curious about Dullah
C. Happy for Dullah
D. Worried about Dullah
E. Afraid of Dullah
4. The form of text is called a/an….
The following text is for question number 5 to 8
Albert Einstein was born in 1879 in Germany. He graduated from the University of Zurich in Switzerland in 1905. In 1905 he also did some of his famous work in physics. In 1919 he won the Noble Prize of Physics. Between 1919 and 1933 he lived in Germany and traveled a lot to talk to other scientists. Then, in 1933 he had to leave Germany because of Hitler and the Nazi Party. He moved to United States in 1933 and he lived in Princetown, New Jersey. He died in 18 April 1955.
5. What is the topic of the text?
A. The achievement of Albert Einstein.
B. The life of Albert Einstein.
C. Albert Einstein’s childhood.
D. Albert Einstein’s hometown.
E. Albert Einstein’s study.
6. When did Albert Einstein win the Noble Prize?
A. In 1905.
B. In 1919.
C. In 1933.
D. In 1955.
E. Between 1919 and 1933.
7. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text?
A. Albert Einstein was a Deutsch.
B. Albert Einstein won the Noble Prize for Chemistry.
C. Albert Einstein had done some famous work in physics before 1905.
D. Albert Einstein had spent the rest of his life in America for 22 years.
E. Albert Einstein died on age of 75 years old.
8. “In 1905 he also did some his famous work in physics.”
What is the similar meaning of the underlined word?
C. Well known.
D. Very good.
The following text is for question number 9 to 11
Born in East London, Beckham was raised in a family of Manchester United supporters, with both his parents traveling to Old Trafford from London to see the team's matches, often taking young David with them. Getting the taste of soccer, David started playing for the Ridgeway Rovers, a youth team coached by his father and Steve Kirby.
Although taking part at several trials at the Manchester United youth facilities, he had some tries at his local club, Leyton Orient and Tottenham Hotspur, however he would come back to the Manchester United youth in 1991.
After playing there for 1 year and winning the FA Youth Cup with the team, David Beckham was given the chance to play for Manchester's first squad, in a League Cup game against Brighton and Hove Albion, which would be his first appearance as a professional soccer player.
When he was just 19 years of age, Beckham was still not a first team regular for Manchester, so in the 1994/95 season he was loaned to Preston North End, where he would get some useful match experience before returning to United the next season.
The end of the 1994/95 season saw several key components of the Manchester United first squad leaving the team or retiring and Sir Alex Ferguson, the team's manager decided to base his strategy for the next season on youngsters instead of buying expensive replacements. This was a great chance for David Beckham and he took it with both hands as he would become a first team regular from now on.
Constantly rising in form and playing better and better for Manchester helped David Beckham reach the England squad for the 1998 World Cup, however this would be one of the toughest moments in Beckham's career.
9. What does the text mainly tell?
A. Idgeway Rovers
B. Preston North End
C. Manchester United
D. Beckham’s biography
E. Beckham’s childhood.
10. What paragraph tells Beckham’s childhood?
11. “… however this would be one of the toughest moments in Beckham's career.” (Paragraph 5)
What does the underlined word mean?
D. Most exciting
E. Most attractive
The following text is for question number12 to 15
The plane was too late and detectives were waiting at the air port all morning. They were expecting valuable parcel of diamond from South Africa a few hours earlier, some had told the police that the thieves would try to steal the diamond. When the plane arrived some of the detectives were waiting inside the main building while others were waiting at the airfield. Two men took the parcel off the plane and carried it into the customs house.
While two detectives were keeping guard at the door two others opened the parcel. To their surprise the precious parcel was full of stones and sands.
12. The text talks about…
B. A parcel
C. The safe guard
D. The precious parcel
E. The parcel contain stones and sands
13. The following statements are correct, except…
A. The detectives were waiting inside the main building
B. The police were waiting for the plane
C. The detectives opened the parcel
D. The precious parcel was actually diamond
E. The valuable parcel was from South Africa
14. Two men took the parcel from the plane and carried it (paragraph 1, last sentence).
The underlined word mean…
15. Where were the detectives waiting for aero plane?
A. At South Africa
B. At customs House’s door
C. At the police office
D. At the airport
E. At the aero plane
The following text is for question number 16 to 19
It has been a very heavy rainstorm in kampong Sepang. Jabri and I had just finished our dinner together at Jabri’s house. We were sitting in the living room for coffee and conversation, hoping the rain would stop soon.
It was half past eleven at night and the down-pour was showing no signs to stop. Its looks like you have to spend the night here, Halil” Said Jabri,”I’ve to be at work early tomorrow morning.”
A few moments later I got into the car, started the engine, and said good night to Jabri. Something told me that I shouldn’t have turned off the lane going up the hill, but it was the shortest way home. In knew the lane. It ran across an old Chinese cemetery. There were no lights, no cars, no people, just me and my old car.
All of sudden, a white shape appeared in the middle of the lane. I shone his beard of light in that direction. The white shape turned to me. I saw a pair of crimson eyes staring at me. It was a long haired woman in a long white dress. She grinned at me.
At once, I felt my blood frozen. My heart beat stopped. My mouth opened but I was speech-less. My eyes opened widely in terror.
Suddenly consciousness came into my mind. I quickly reversed my car and sped away just in time. “I think I’ll take-up your offer to spend the night here after all,” I told Jabri with my trembling legs.
16. Which of the following is TRUE according to the text?
A. The writer did not have car
B. The writer went to his friend’s house by bus
C. The writer did not a job
D. The writer lived together with his friend
E. The writer went to his friend’s house by car
17. Why did the writer refuse Jabri`s offer to spend the night at Jabri`s house?
A. Because there has been heavy rainstorm
B. Because the rain had stopped
C. Because he wanted to sleep at his other friend`s house
D. Because it was late in the night
E. Because he had to be at work early the next morning
18. A few moments later…(paraghraph 3)
has the same meaning as …
A. Before it happened
B. At that moment
C. A few minutes ago
D. After a very long time
E. Sometime after that
19. What happened at last?
A. The writer continued his way home
B. He spent the night at the cemetery
C. He slept in his car all night
D. He was unconscious
E. He was back to Jabri’s house
20. How was the situation in Kampung sepang at that time?
A. It was so quiet
B. It was thunderstorm.
C. It was rain heavily.
D. It was snowy.
E. It was crowded.
21. What did Halil and Jabri do after they had dinner?
A. They had a short conversation in the veranda.
B. They planned their journey home.
C. They prepared to go home together.
D. They had coffee and conversation in the living room.
E. They had coffee in the dining room.
22. Why did Halil choose the lane going up to the hill?
A. He wanted to know the lane.
B. He wanted to across the Chinese old cemetery.
C. He wanted to get home soon.
D. He wanted to go back to Jabri’s house.
E. He wanted to meet the girl in white.
23. The word “cemetery” has the same meaning with…
The following text is for question number 23 to27
Different pond different fish
“Please Be Quiet”
When I studied in UNWS, Sydney during 1999-2000, I spent my Monday mornings teaching music at the Pinangsia Indonesian kindergarten in Randwick. Although the kindergarten was an Indonesian school, we had to use English when teaching because the students were no longer able to speak Indonesian fluently. One Monday morning, because the class, was so noisy, I said,” Please shut-up.” I wanted them to be quiet. To my surprise one the students asked me,” How long have you been studying English?” I was shocked. I answered it honestly. I had been studying it for years since I was elementary school.” Later on my fellow teacher explained that I should use ’Please be quiet instead of ‘shut-up’. The students thought I was being rude. I was so embarrassed. I will be more careful next time.
24. The following statements are true, except…
A. The writer taught English on Monday mornings
B. The writer taught music in the kindergarten every Monday morning
C. The writer was still a student
D. The writer was Indonesian
E. The writer studied in Sydney for one year
25. Later on my fellow teacher explained that…
The following is the synonyms of the underlined word except …
26. Why did the students ask the writer , “ How long have you been studying English?”
A. Because the writer said ,” shut-up” and it is considered impolite
B. Because the writer`s English is very good
C. Because the writer taught using Indonesian language
D. Because the writer to ask anything
E. Because the students wanted to know
27. Why was the writer so ashamed?
A. Because the students considered him generous
B. Because the students considered him stupid
C. Because the students considered him cruel
D. Because the students considered him misery
E. Because the students considered him impolite
The following text is for question number 28 to 31
Early morning, Umar was walking to the bus stop to catch a bus to school. A loud, screeching noise suddenly pierced the air. Umar realized that there had been an accident. A small boy was lying unconscious on the road. And the car that had hit him had already run away.
Umar was confused and frightened, “is the boy dead?” Umar Asked himself. However the boy was still breathing. Umar could see that the boy had bruises all over his face and arms.
Umar did not know what to do. Few cars passed along this road at this time of the day. The nearest house, which he could go to for help, was his own, but it would take ten minutes to walk there. Umar finally decided to stay with the boy until somebody came by.
Time passed very slowly. So, it seemed to Umar. He was still unconscious, and Umar pray for the boy to regain consciousness.
Umar sprang to his feet at the sound of an approaching car. He waved frantically at the driver stop. Umar asked the driver, “You will help this boy, won’t you sir?” The driver was kind. He carried the injured boy to the car. Umar went with them to the hospital. Later, the driver took Umar to the police station to report the accident.
Umar had a lot to tell to his friends that day at school. All his friends thought Umar was a very brave boy. “It was unforgettable incident, wasn’t it?” they asked him.
“Yes it was” Umar replied. “It was a terrifying experience, though!”
28. He was still unconscious, and Umar pray for the boy to regain consciousness.
The closest meaning of the word conscious is….
29. The following statements are true according to the text, except….
A. Umar saw a small boy lying on the road
B. The victim of the accident is a man
C. The boy was still alive
D. Umar didn’t go to the nearest house
E. Umar and the driver helped the boy
30. Where did the accident happen?
A. At the bus stop
B. On the way to the bus stop
C. Near Umar’s school
D. At the police station
E. Near Umar’s house
31. Umar and the helpful driver went to police station after they….
A. Stopped the approaching car
B. Had carried the injured boy to the hospital
C. Brought the bay to the nearest house
D. Had seen the injured boy on the road
E. Reported the accident they saw
The following text is for question number 32 to35
One day, I was on the train on my way home from my grandmother’s place. I had spent the day there and I was very tired. I tried to stay awake, but I didn’t succeed. After sometime my eyelids started to feel very heavy. Before I knew it, I was so slobbering.
Starled, I awoke to find two beautiful girls who were sitting in front of me giggling and watching me. I was mortified.
32. What does it mean by “slobbering”?
A. Water comes out from the mouth
B. Water comes out from the spring
C. Water comes out from the river
D. Water comes out from the river bank
E. Water comes out from the sea
33. “I was mortified”.
The sentence refers to…
34. Which sentence is NOT TRUE according to the
A. The writer awoke to find two beautiful girls were giggling and watching him
B. The writer had spent the day at his grandmother’s house
C. The writer’s eyelids started to feel very heavy
D. The writer was on the bus on his way home
E. The writer was mortified
35. Where did the main character feel hi eyes was
so heavy ?
A. in grandmother’s place
B. in palace
C. in his room
D. in park
E. in train
The following text is for question number 36 to 43
Five days ago, I got a telephone call from my supervisor, Mr. Wahyudi. He congratulated me on my success in increasing the sales target in August 2004. I have been working under his supervision in the area of Pasuruan for three years. He invited me to come to his office. On the phone he said that he needed to discuss the prospect of the company in the future. He planned to expand his business to other towns in East Java.
Yesterday I was very happy because I could come to see Mr. Wahyudi. As I arrived at his office, located at 12 Jalan Peneleh Masjid Surabaya, I was warmly greeted by him. He asked me what drink I would like. I preferred tea, and then he asked the office boy to make it for me. He showed me the table of the sales and he said, “It’s your duty to expand our business in the area of Probolinggo.” Then I read the table of my own sales which is much better than any other area’s sales except that of Surabaya. I smiled happily to see my successful work. “I begin to have a lot of self-confidence.” I thought, as a young salesman I said to myself, “Business is my world and it is really true that my grandfather once said that I had a talent of selling things.”
Goods Sidoarjo Mojokerto Pasuruan Surabaya Total
1. Readers Digest 50 175 525 750 1.500
2. Nyata 100 175 500 500 1.275
3. Posmo 50 125 700 675 1.550
4. Dapur Kita 100 150 2.400 1.350 4.100
5. Mentari 50 125 225 400 850
The sales of Magazines and Tabloids of “Bina Pustaka Distributor” in August 2004
36. The text mainly discusses about ....
A. successful salesman
B. grateful supervisor
C. the sales of magazines and tabloids
D. the new business
E. the prospect of the company
37. “He planned to expand his business to __” (Paragraph 1).
The underlined word means to ... larger.
38. Paragraph 2 mainly discusses about ....
A. Mr. Wahyudi’s office
B. How to expand the new business
C. How Mr. Wahyudi accepted his employee’s arrival
D. A talent of selling things
E. The writer’s talent
39. The word “that” in “…is much better than any other area’s sales except that of Surabaya.” (Paragraph 2) refers to ……
40. Based on the information from the table, the reader knows that ....
A. the writer reaches the sale target
B. the sale rate in Surabaya is the best of all
C. the sale rate of tabloid “Dapur Kita” reaches the lowest
D. the sale rate of Pasuruan is the same as that in Surabaya
E. the writer can’t sell the tabloid “Dapur Kita” as well as that in Surabaya
41. What town may the writer work in next?
42. The type of the text above is…
43. The social purpose of the text is
A. informing how to be a successful salesman
B. entertaining the reader with the writer’s story
C. describing the success of the writer
D. telling about the experience of writer’s success
E. explaining what is a success according to the writer.
The following text is for question number 44 to
The Football Match
My brother and I went to a football match yesterday. Our school team was playing against another High School team. Our team wore red and white shirts, white shorts, and red stockings. The other team wore orange and black shirts, orange shorts, and black stockings. “They look like bees“, my brother said, and we laughed. They played like bees too. They ran very fast, attacked very hard, and passed the ball to each other very fast. Soon they scored their first goal. My brother and I shouted and shouted, “Come on, Valley School! Come on, the Valleys!” Our headmaster was near us and he was shouting too. He seemed very enthusiastic. However, the high school scored another goal. We were very sad. Then, one of the “bees” stopped the ball with one of his hands, so our team got the free kick. Our captain took it and scored a goal. We shouted, “Hooray!” The score was now 2:1.
That was better. Now our team began to play better—or the “bees” were getting tired. Our team scored another goal before half-time. In the second half of the match, both teams tried very hard, but
neither scored, so at the end the score was still two all.
44. The text tells about …
A. joining a football match
B. winning a football match
C. attending a football match
D. the school football team
E. playing football
45. What did the writer and his brother do after the rival team scored the first goal?
A. They shouted to support their school team.
B. They shouted to the headmaster.
C. They laughed at their school team.
D. They ran very fast.
E. They played like bees.
46. Which statement is true according to the text?
A. The writer and his brother will watch a football match.
B. The writer’s school team wore orange and black shirts.
C. The writer called his school team the “bees”.
D. The writer’s school team scored the first goal.
E. The opponent scored the first goal.
47. A word in the text which has the same meaning as “leader” is …
48. “He seemed very enthusiastic.” The antonym of the underlined word is …
The following text is for question number 49 to 52
Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen (1845 – 1923)
In 1895 the German physicist W.C. Rontgen discovered X-rays by accident. He was repeating experiment by other physicists in which electricity at high voltage was discharged through air or gases in a vacuum glass tube. He wanted to detect the cathode rays issuing from the glass tube. To make sure that no light would escape, he covered the tube with a black cardboard. He darkened the room and started his experiment. To his amazement, he found a light in the dark room more than a yard from the vacuum tube.
49. What did Rontgen do to guarantee that there was no light going out from the tube ?
A. He detected it with cathode ray.
B. He closed the tube.
C. He made the room dark.
D. He discharged a high voltage electricity
E. He covered the tube with a black cardboard
50. To his amazement, he found a light in the dark room …
The underlined word has identical meaning as .....
51. Rontgen made his discovery when he was … years old.
52. Which of the following statements is not true according to the above text ?
A. Rontgen discovered X-Ray by accident.
B. Rontgen passed away at the age of 78.
C. Rontgen was an expert in physical education
D. Rontgen carried out an experiment which had been conducted by other scientists before.
E. Rongent was Germany.
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