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Hari, tanggal : Maret 2011

Waktu : 120 menit

  1. Tulis NAMA dan NOMOR anda pada lembar jawaban.

  2. Jumlah soal sebanyak 50 butir pilihan ganda.

  3. Tidak diperkenankan menggunakan kalkulator, handphone, atau alat bantu hitung lainnya.

  4. Laporkan kepada Pengawas Ujian jika terdapat tulisan yang kurang jelas, rusak, atau jumlah soal kurang.

  5. Periksa dan baca soal-soal dengan teliti sebelum anda menjawab.

  6. Berdoa dan bekerjalah dengan penuh kejujuran.

  7. Dahulukan menjawab soal yang dianggap mudah.

  8. Periksalah pekerjaan anda sebelum diserahkan kepada Pengawas Ujian. Good Luck!

  1. Observe the caution! What does it mean?

    1. People may not cross in this place.

    2. It is the place for pedestrian crossing.

    3. Pedestrian may not cross in this place.

    4. It is not the place for pedestrian crossing.

  2. Where do you usually find this caution?

    1. on the park.

    2. on the beach.

    3. on the parking lots.

    4. on the side of the road.

Text for questions 3 - 4


Ever since Mom and Dad heard about

your fantastic exam results

we can’t stop

  1. The text above tells us about ….

    1. Expressing happiness from Henry’s parents.

    2. Henry congratulates his parents.

    3. Expressing smiles from Henry.

    4. The result of Henry’s exam.

  2. “… heard about your fantastic exam.” What is the synonym of the underlined word?

    1. bad

    2. quite

    3. excellent

    4. the worst

Text for questions 5 - 7

Dear Linda

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 get 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


  1. Which is incorrect about Linda?

    1. Linda had dinner party.

    2. Linda is Jeny’s close friend.

    3. Linda’s brother got an accident.
    4. Linda’s house is far from Jeny’s.

  2. “I hope you know me well enough to realize that…” The underlined word means….

    1. find

    2. feel

    3. keep

    4. recoqnize

  3. “… that he was not badly hurt” (paragraph 2) What does the word “he” in the sentence refer to?

    1. Linda’s brother

    2. Jeny’s sibling

    3. Writer’s friend

    4. Reader’s friend

Text for questions 8 - 10

Long lasting body fragrance to give freshness on your body. Leave your skin feeling soft and smooth.


  • White Lily Perfume, give long lasting fragrance from white lily flower

  • Almost Protein Extract, helps the moisture and soothing the skin

  • Cooling Agent, leaves your body fresh and cool

Direction to use:

Splash all over your body when necessary

  1. What is the label about?

    1. Body perfume

    2. Skin powder

    3. Body lotion

    4. Facial cream

  2. The body splash contains these ingredients based on the text? EXCEPT ….

    1. Cooling agent

    2. Protein extract

    3. White flowers

    4. White lily parfume

  3. Splash all over your body when necessary” The underlined word means ….

    1. Dry liquid

    2. Take liquid

    3. Spray liquid

    4. Draw liquid

Text for questions 11 - 13

Elephant Safari Park Lodge

Taro –Bali

The only park in the world where you can sleep in luxurious surrounds amongst race and indigenous Sumatran Elephants…
Elephant Safari package

IDR 3, 650,000Net per package

Inclusive of:

  • One night stay at garden View Room

  • American Breakfast at Mammoth Head Bar & Lounge one time Elephant Safari Ride for two persons

  • One time set Dinner for two persons

  • Airport /Hotel transfer and return

  • Exotic welcome Drink

  • Tropical Fruit Basket in room daily

  • Elephant Chauffeur Service to dinner venue

  • Elephant Bathing, Feeding and Elephant Show

  • 30% discount off massage and reflexology treatments at Safari Wellness Spa

This package is only applicable for KITAS/Indonesian Citizen and valid until 5 January 2009

  1. How many kinds of meal do we get from the Elephant Safari package?

    1. 1

    2. 2

    3. 3

    4. 4

  2. Elephant Chaffeur Service to dinner venue.
    The word in bold type has similar meaning as ....

    1. street

    2. place

    3. road

    4. way

  3. After reading the text we can conclude that ....

    1. we will get free drink on our arrival

    2. the Elephant Safari Park is very cheap

    3. the foreign tourists aren’t allowed to visit the park

    4. there are some other parks which have the same features as the Elephant Safari

Text for questions 14 - 15

To: Mr. Ali

Please allow this student to join your class.

He’s just had an interview with me this morning.

Thank you

The Headmaster

  1. The message means that ....

    1. The headmaster asks Mr. Ali to let the student join his class

    2. The student wants to join Mr. Ali’s class but he doesn’t permit them

    3. The headmaster wants Mr. Ali to have an interview with him this morning

    4. The student can’t join Mr. Ali’s class because he’s just had an interview with the headmaster

  2. He’s just had an interview with me this morning. The underlined word refers to ....

    1. the headmaster

    2. the student

    3. Mr. Ali

    4. the writer

Text for questions 16 - 17

Ms. Caroline Marie Mc Bee


Mr. Robert Dell Lauer

request the honor of your presence

at their marriage

on Sunday, September twenty-fourth

two thousand and eight

at 1 pm
Shumway Mansion

11410 – 100th Avenue N.E

Kirkland, Washington

Reception immediately following

  1. The party will be held ....

    1. in the morning

    2. in the aftenoon

    3. in the evening

    4. at night

  2. What is the purpose of the text above?

    1. To describe a certain party

    2. To announce a wedding ceremony

    3. To invite someone to join the party

    4. To explain about a wedding ceremony

Text for questions 18 - 20


There will be a working bee at school on:

Saturday, January 29th, 2011

All students are responsible for the cleanliness of the classroom and its surrounding. Bring any cleaning tools.


Come half an hour before the class begins.

Thank you


  1. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text?

    1. The activity will be carried out on the last day of January 2011

    2. The activity will be held before the lessons start.

    3. The announcement is written by a teacher.

    4. All teachers should clean the classroom.

  2. “... for the cleanliness of the classroom and its surrounding.”
    The word “its” refers to ....

    1. the cleanliness

    2. the classroom’s

    3. the school’s

    4. the cleaning tool’s

  3. The students may bring the following cleaning tools, EXCEPT ....

    1. a broom

    2. a duster

    3. a stove

    4. a dustbin

Text for questions 21 - 22

A Day Visit to Yogyakarta

Last week, I went to Yogyakarta with my family. My father drove the car. My mother sat beside him. My sister and I sat in the back seats.

We woke up early in the morning. My father prepared the car in the garage while mother was preparing food for breakfast and some snack for us. My sister and I packed some clothes. After everything got ready and we had our breakfast, we left the house at six o’clock.

It was about nine a.m. We arrived at Yogyakarta. First of all we visited our uncle. We stayed there for an hour. Then we went to Parangtritis beach. We got there at eleven. There were a lot of tourists there because it was a holiday. I saw many foreign visitors too. My parents watched us playing with sand in the beach. We did not swim and take a bath since the wave was rough. After having lunch, we went on our picnic to the museum and Malioboro shopping centre. We drove back to Semarang at 7 o’clock and arrived home at ten. We were tired but happy.

  1. What is the text about?

    1. The writer and the family went to Yogyakarta.

    2. The writer and family arrived at Yogyakarta.

    3. The writer woke up early in the morning

    4. They went to Parangtritis beach.

  2. “We woke up early in the morning.” The antonym of the word early is ....

    1. soon

    2. quickly

    3. late

    4. slowly

Text for questions 23 - 25

My Pets

We have three family pets: a dog, a cat, and a tortoise.

The dog’s name is Nero. He is big golden Labrador. He is beautiful. He has big brown eyes and a long tail. He is very friendly dog, but he is sometimes a little stupid. Dogs are expensive to keep but they are fun to play with.

Our cat is named Martha. She is quite young, but she is not a kitten. She is very pretty. She has black and white fur and green eyes. She’s smart, too and very clean.

The tortoise’s name is Rocky. He has short, fat legs, a long neck, and a very hard shell. He is also very old and slow. He’s ugly and dirty, but I like him.

  1. What does paragraph 3 tell you about?

    1. The description about Martha

    2. Martha is quite young

    3. Martha is very pretty

    4. Martha has black and white fur and green eyes

  2. From the text we can conclude that the writer … his pets.

    1. hate

    2. dislike

    3. underestimate

    4. love

  3. “He’s ugly and dirty, but I like him.” (last paragraph)
    What does the word “I” in the sentence refer to?

    1. The writer

    2. Martha

    3. Nero

    4. Rocky

Text for questions 26 - 27

The Fox and the Hedgehog

A fox meeting a hedgehog asked him, "How many wits have you?"

And he replied, "Only three. But how many have you?"

"I," boasted the fox," have seventy-seven."

As they were talking and walking along, not noticing where they were going, they fell into a deep hole which the peasants had dug.

The fox asked the hedgehog to save him.

The hedgehog said, "I have only three wits. Perhaps you will save me first, then I will see about you afterwards," and he asked the fox to pitch him out of the hole.

The fox did so, and then asked the hedgehog whether he could help him.

The hedgehog said, "I cannot help you with three, if you cannot help yourself with seventy-seven."

And so the fox was caught in the morning by the peasants and killed.

  1. What did the hedgehog ask to the fox?

    1. To pitch out of the hole

    2. To catch the peasants

    3. To kill the peasants

    4. To dig the hole

  2. .“… to pitch him out of the hole”
    The underlined word means ….

    1. to hit something, especially without intending to.

    2. to move or be moved suddenly, especially by throwing.

    3. to use physical pressure or force especially with your hands.

    4. to take something out of or away from a place, especially using physical effort.

  3. “As they were talking and walking along, …”
    What does the word “they” refer to?

    1. The peasants

    2. The fox and the peasant

    3. The fox and the hedgehog

    4. The hedgehog and the peasant

Text for questions 29 - 31

Birds are a group of animals called vertebrates, or animals with backbones. They form the class Aves.

They are warm-blooded and lay eggs. Their bodies are covered with feathers and they have wings. Their bones are hollow. This makes them lighter and allows many of them to fly. Birds have two legs usually covered with scales (small, flat hard plates which over-lap in the same way as feathers). They have a hard beak with no teeth. Because birds keep a high body temperature, they use lots of energy. So, they need to eat a lot of food compared with their weight. More than 9000 different species of birds are known.

Birds are found on every continent of the world. Birds of different types can live in freezing cold environments, and others can live in hot deserts. Birds live in forests, in grasslands, on cliff faces, in river banks, on stony sea shores, down mine shafts and in the roofs of houses.

  1. What is the text about? The text is about ….

    1. a group of animal called vertebrates

    2. the description of birds in general

    3. places where birds can live

    4. the classification of birds

  1. Birds live in forests, in grasslands, on cliff faces, in river banks, on stony sea shores, down mine shafts and in the roofs of houses (par 3). The word banks in the sentence is similar in meaning with the word ….

    1. deposit box

    2. money

    3. water

    4. side

  2. The following are the reasons birds can fly, EXCEPT ….

    1. They have wings

    2. They have light body

    3. The bones are hollow

    4. They have two short legs

Text for questions 32 - 34

The Weather that Shattered My Dream

It was a winter holiday in December. I was sitting in the Chicago airport lounge, waiting for my plane to Hawaii. I wanted to spend my holidays in the nice tropical weather of Hawaii. I don’t like the weather in Chicago. It was freezing. It snowed hard almost everyday.

As I was sitting, I imagined what would it be like in Hawaii. The sun would shine its warmth. The wind breeze would blow. I think that sunbathing in the Waikiki beach would be very nice.

Suddenly, the announcer said that all flights to Hawaii were cancelled. It was struck from my imagination. I felt disappointed and imagined a snow storm was approaching my hometown.

All my dreams of Hawaii were shattered at that moment. I decided to spend my holidays in front of my fireplace and take a rest.

  1. What is the main idea of paragraph 3?

    1. The announcer cancelled the flight.

    2. The flight to Hawaii was cancelled.

    3. I imagined that the flight was cancelled.

    4. I felt disappointed that there was a snow storm in my hometown.

  2. It was freezing.” The word it in the sentence refers to ....

    1. the weather in Chicago

    2. the weather of Hawaii

    3. Chicago

    4. Hawaii

  3. How did the writer finally spend the holiday?

    1. The writer sunbathed in the Waikiki beach.

    2. The writer flew a plane to Hawaii.

    3. The writer went to Hawaii.

    4. The writer spent the holiday in front of the fireplace.

Text for questions 35 - 38

Sendang Sani

(A Folktale from Central Java)

Once upon a time, Sunan Kalijaga planned to visit Sunan Muria in Pati, Central Java. He asked his friend, Ki Rangga, to go with him. Several servants also joined them to carry their luggages. And they began walking to Sunan Muria’s house. Of course there were no cars or trains, so they walked.

Several hours later, Ki Rangga felt tired. “Are we still far from Sunan Muria’s house?” asked Ki Rangga to Sunan Kalijaga. Sunan Kalijaga answered, “We are already in Kadipaten Pati Pesantenan. We will arrive in Sunan Muria’s house shortly. Please be patient.”Ki Rangga was embarassed to be walking together with Sunan Kalijaga because Sunan Kalijaga did not look tired while Ki Rangga was very tired and thirsty. Finally Sunan Kalijaga asked Ki Rangga to take a rest under a big tree. It was time for Zuhur pray. But there was no water around for them to clean up or wudu. Ki Rangga was confused. He said, “I don’t see any water nearby. Where should we take wudu?” Sunan Kalijaga only smiled and said, “We should pray to Allah SWT for water. Now you must guard this big tree, Ki Rangga. It might bring water to us. But remember, everything happens because of Allah SWT. Don”t act alone. You must inform me when water comes out. I will be behind that hill.” Ki Rangga promised Sunan Kalijaga to inform him when water came out. So Sunan Kalijaga went behind the hill and Ki Rangga with his servants sat under the big tree. They quickly fell asleep. Suddenly water came out from the big tree. Ki Rangga and his servants became wet. They woke up. They were very happy to see the water because they were very tired and thirsty. They drank and played in the water. Ki Rangga forgot Sunan Kalijaga’s message to inform Sunan Kalijaga when water came out.

Behind the hill, Sunan Kalijaga was worried. So he went to the big tree. He was surprised to see Ki Rangga and his servants were playing in the water. “You forgot my message to inform me when water comes out. Instead, you are playing in the water like a turtle,” said Sunan Kalijaga, softly. A miracle happened. Ki Rangga and his servants turned into turtles. Ki Rangga was sad. He changed into turtles because he did not keep his promise. The water formed a pond. It is now called Sendang Sani, in Pati, Central Java. Many people still visit Sendang Sani now.

  1. Where was Sunan Kalijaga when the water came out?

    1. Behind the hill.

    2. Under a big tree.

    3. In Pati, Central Java.

    4. In Sunan Muria’s house.

  2. Why did Ki Rangga and his servants become turtles?

    1. Because they disobeyed Sunan Kalijaga’s message.

    2. Because they promised to keep their secret.

    3. Because they forgot to go to the big tree.

    4. Because they loved playing in the water.

  3. “The water formed a pond.”
    The underlined word mean ....

    1. brought about

    2. looked after

    3. turned into

    4. took away

  4. What can we learn from the story above?

    1. Don’t be so happy playing in the water.

    2. Keep yourself happy in bad situations.

    3. Obey the old people’s rules.

    4. Don’t break your promise.

Text for questions 39 - 41

A butterfly is a mainly day-flying insect of the order Lepidoptera, the butterflies and moths. Like other holometabolous insects, the butterfly's life cycle consists of four parts, egg, larva, pupa and adult. Most species are diurnal. Butterflies have large, often brightly coloured wings, and conspicuous, fluttering flight. Butterflies comprise the true butterflies (superfamily Papilionoidea), the skippers (superfamily Hesperioidea) and the moth-butterflies (superfamily Hedyloidea). All the many other families within the Lepidoptera are referred to as moths.

Butterflies exhibit polymorphism, mimicry and aposematism. Some, like the Monarch, will migrate over long distances. Some butterflies have evolved symbiotic and parasitic relationships with social insects such as ants. Some species are pests because in their larval stages they can damage domestic crops or trees; however, some species are agents of pollination of some plants, and caterpillars of a few butterflies (e.g., Harvesters) eat harmful insects. Culturally, butterflies are a popular motif in the visual and literary arts.

  1. The following are the common characters of butterflies, EXCEPT ….

    1. Butterflies have colorful wings

    2. Butterflies fly over long distance

    3. Usually butterflies are active at night

    4. Some butterflies make symbiotic relationships with other insects

  2. Some, like the Monarch, will migrate over long distances.’ (par. 2) The word some in the sentence refers to ….

    1. insects

    2. butterflies

    3. caterpillars

    4. mimicry insects

  3. What is the purpose of the text? The text is written to ….

    1. gives information about the description of butterflies in general

    2. announce about the classification of insects and butterflies

    3. persuade the reader to keep the animal from extinction

    4. entertain the readers by reading the story of animal

Text for questions 42 - 44

How to Make Watermelon Juice

You know there's lemon juice, lime juice, grape juice, but what about watermelon juice? Here is a great way to make it and to add it to your tropical breakfast.

Things you’ll need:

  • Watermelon

  • Bowl, rubber container, or plate

  • Fork

  • Knife

  • Sugar (optional)

  • Cutting Board

  • Plastic or glass pitcher

  • Electric blender


  1. Slice the watermelons on a cutting board. Cut them into pieces about 1 inch thick.
  2. Put the watermelon slices into a bowl, rubber container, or onto a plate, using a fork to prevent messiness.

  3. Put the watermelon in the blender. Add sugar or sweetener, if desired. Pour in a couple of cups of cold water and some ice cubes.

  4. Blend well until smooth.

  5. Serve over lots of ice.

  1. How many things do we need to make watermelon juice?

    1. 2

    2. 8

    3. 9

    4. 10

  2. Add sugar or sweetener.
    The underlined word means....

    1. sugar is sour.

    2. sugar is bitter.

    3. sugar is delicious.

    4. the sweetener is the same as sugar.

  3. What is the purpose of the text above?

    1. to entertain the reader.

    2. to describe the watermelon juice.

    3. to tell how to make watermelon juice.

    4. to retell what are needed in making watermelon.

For questions 45 – 46 fill in the blanks on the passage with the correct words.

Borobudur is built as a single large stupa, and when viewed from above takes the form of a giant tantric … (45) mandala, simultaneously representing the Buddhist cosmology and the nature of mind. The foundation is a … (46). It has nine platforms, of which the lower six are square and the upper three are circular. The upper platform features seventy-two … (47) 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.

  1. a. Buddhist

  1. Islamic

  2. Hindi

  3. Katholic

  1. a. ovale

  1. circle

  2. triangle

  3. square

  1. a. slow

  1. small

  2. gigantic

  3. deep

  1. us(1) – teaches(2) – clearly(3) – He(4) – English(5) – very(6)

The correct arrangement of the words to make a sentence is …

    1. 4-2-5-1-6-3

    2. 4-2-1-6-3-5

    3. 4-2-1-5-6-3

    4. 4-2-5-6-2-5

  1. Choose the right order of the following sentences to make a paragraph.

  1. They are oceanorium, swimming area, and fantasy world.

  2. It is a recreation park not only for children but also for adults.

  3. Jaya Ancol Dream Land is the largest and most popular recreation centre in the country.

  4. Its area is 137 hectares.

  5. There are three areas which are popular to the visitors.

    1. 3-4-1-4-5

    2. 3-4-2-5-1

    3. 3-4-5-2-1

    4. 3-4-2-1-5

  1. Rearrange the following sentences into a good narrative text.

  1. Bawang Putih agreed. After everything was finished, the old woman returned the clothes and gave her a gift.

  2. Bawang Merah did the same as Bawang Putih’s experience. She went to the old woman and got the big pumpkin. She smashed it there were a lot of snakes inside the pumpkin.

  3. Her step mother and her step sister treated bawang putih badly and always asked her to do all the household chores.
  4. She tried to find it. Finally, she met an old woman. She said that she kept the clothes and would give them back if she helped the old woman do the household chores.

  5. Bawang Putih lived with her step mother and her step sister, Bawang Merah.

  6. When she arrived home, the pumpkin was smashed by her step mother. Inside the pumpkin they found jewelries.

  7. They apologized and Bawang Putih forgave them. Finally, Bawang Putih decided to sell all the jewelries. Now the family is not poor anymore.

  8. The old woman had two pumpkins. One was small and the other one was big. She had to choose one. Bawang Putih took the small one.

  9. One morning, bawang putih was washing some clothes in a river and accidentally her step mother’s clothes were washed away by the river. 

    1. 9 – 4 – 1 – 8 – 2 – 7 – 6 – 3 – 5

    2. 9 – 7 – 1 – 8 – 6 – 5 – 3 – 2 – 4

    3. 5 – 9 – 3 – 4 – 2 – 6 – 8 – 1 – 7

    4. 5 – 3 – 9 – 4 – 1 – 8 – 6 – 2 – 7

Kelompok 1

  1. Juwandi, S.Pd. SMPN 23 Surakarta

  2. Maryadi SMPN 7 Surakarta

  3. Meiningsih SMPN 27 Surakarta

  4. A. Winaryati Budi S. SMP Dharma Pancasila

  5. Erna Lestantiningsih SMP Murni 1 Surakarta

  6. Debora Suci Dwi S. B SMP Widya Wacana 1 Surakarta

  7. Ita Fatmawati SMP Ta’mirul Islam Surakarta

  8. Sumaya SMP Islam Diponegoro Surakarta

  9. Kurniasih Palupiningtyas SMP Warga Surakarta

  10. Singgih Prastawa SMP Kristen 4 Surakarta

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