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  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 1 JENIS - JENIS PERTANYAAN SOAL NO KEMAMPUAN YANG DIUJI PERTANYAAN SOLUSI 1 Menentukan Gambaran Umum 1) The text mainly tells about … . 2) What is the text about? 3) The text is about … . 4) What is the announcement about? 5) The text discusses about … . 6) What does the story tell us about? 7) What does the text tell you about? 8) What does the text describe about? 9) This text as a whole reports about … . 10) The text describes about … . 11) What does the text inform about? 12) What does the text mainly talk about? Menanyakan inti /topilk seluruh teks. Tips: 1) Baca kalimat pertama setiap paragraf, 2) Baca kalimat terakhir dari bacaan, 3) Rangkum 4) Sesuaikan dengan pilihan jawaban 5) Jika ada judul maka jawabannya adalah judul 6) Jika tidak ada judul jawabannya kata yang paling banyak muncul di dalam teks, 2 MENENTUKAN PIKIRAN UTAMA PARAGRAF TERTENTU 1) Paragraph 5 tells us about … . 2) What is the main idea of paragraph 3? 3) What is the main idea of the last paragraph? 4) The first paragraph discusses … . 5) What is mainly discussed in paragraph 2? Menanyakan inti /topilk /pikiran utama sebuah paragraf dalam sebuah teks. Untuk bacaan yg cukup panjang, cari kata yang paling banyak muncul, itulah jawabannya. Inti / topilk / pikiran utama sering tertulis di awal sebuah paragraf, itulah jawabannya. 3 MENENTUKAN TUJUAN KOMUNIKATIF 1) The text aims to … . 2) The aim of the text is… 3) What is the objective of the text? 4) What is the purpose of the text? 5) The author‘s purpose of writing the text is … 6) What is the writer purpose of writing the text? 7) The communicative purpose of this text is … 8) The text is written in order to ….. 9) What is the social function of writing the text? Menanyakan tujuan teks. Setiap teks mempunyai tujuan masing- masing. (Lihat tabel Tujuan Komunnikatif Teks di halaman 3) 4 MENENTUKAN INFORMASI TERTENTU What? How? What ... for? How many? Which? How much? Who? What time? Whom? How long? Whose? How old? Where? How far? When? How often? Why? How many times? Pahami arti kata tanya yang digunakan dalam pertanyaan. Perhatikan kata kunci kata/kalimat dalam pertanyaan, lalu Carilah kata kunci /kalimat itu pada teks, jawabannya terdapat di bagian sebelum atau sesudah kata kunci /kalimat pertanyaan 5 MENENTUKAN INFORMASI RINCI TERSURAT 1) Which information is TRUE according to the text? 2) Which is TRUE about Donald according to the text? 3) Which statement is NOT TRUE based on the text above? 4) The following are the requirements asked EXCEPT … . Informasi rinci tersurat merupakan data atau informasi yang secara eksplisit/tersurat dinyatakan pada teks. Menentukan informasi rinci tersurat mengharuskan siswa menggunakan keterampilan men- scan informasi faktual. Kemudian menghubungkan informasi yang satu dengan yang lain untuk ditafsirkan. Cek setiap pilihan jawaban satu per satu ke dalam teks untuk mendapatkan informasi yang tepat. Perlu ketelitian dan cukup memakan waktu!!! SEMESTER I
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 2 6 MENENTUKAN INFORMASI TERSIRAT 1) From the story we can conclude that … . 2) The story infers ... . 3) From the text, we can draw a conclusion that … 4) What is the moral of the story? 5) What is the moral value of the story? 6) What lesson did you get from the story? 7) What can you learn from the text? Yang tergolong pertanyaan informasi tersirat adalah: 1. mencari simpulan wacana 2. menentukan nilai moral 3. menentukan tujuan teks Info tersirat artinya informasi yang tersemunyi/implisit yang ada di dalam teks. Untuk mendapatkan jawaban yang tepat perlu pemahaman yang mendalam mengenaai isi teks. Untuk teks narrative ditanyakan pesan moral (no. 4,5,6,7, di kolom sebelah kiri) TIP: pilih pernyataan yang bagus-bagus, normatif, dan bersifat umum 7 MENENTUKAN MAKNA KATA 1) The synonym of the word ― ….‖ is … . 2) What does the phrase ―-----‖ mean? 3) What does the ….. mean? 4) The underlined word means …. 5) The underlined word has the same meaning as… 6) The underlined word has similar meaning with …. 7) The underlined word is synonymous with … . 8) The underlined word is close in meaning to… 9) The underlined word can be replaced by the word … . Menentukan makna kata yaitu mencari persamaan kata tertentu yang diminta. Yang diperlukan adalah perbendaharaan kata. Semakin sering siswa membaca, semakin banyak perbendaharran katanya. 8 Menentukan rujukan kata 1) The underlined word refers to …. 2) What does the underlined word refer to? 3) There are four competitions held in the PORSENI WEEK. They are: ... . What does the word ‗they‘ refer to? Perlu penguasaan kata ganti orang/benda; he, his, him, she, her, it, its, they, them, their, dll. Tip: temukan jawaban dengan membaca kalimat di depan kata ganti yang ditanyakan dalam sebuah paragraf. Jawabannya: Subject atau Object pada kalimat sebelumnya. 9 Menentukan kata yang tepat untuk melengkapi text 1) choose the best answer! 2) Fill in the blanks with the correct answer! Yang diperlukan adalah perbendaharaan kata/kosakata. Semakin sering siswa membaca, semakin banyak perbendaharran katanya. 10 Menentukan susunan kata yang tepat untuk membuat kalimat Arrange the words into a good order! Perlu penguasaan struktur kalimat untuk menjawab soal ini. 11 Menentukan susunan kalimat yang tepat untuk membuat sebuah paragraph. Arrange the sentences into a good paragraph! awali sebuah paragraf dengan ide yang umum/general, kalimat pertama akan dijelaskan pada kalimat ke dua, dst. Awali kalimat kalian dengan nama orang / benda / binatang, janganlah mengawali kalimat dengan kata ganti orang/benda/binatang seperti, he, she, we, they.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 3 MENENTUKAN TUJUAN KOMUNIKATIF TEKS Genres Aim /goal /objective / purpose /social function 1 Genres Procedure To explain/To tell how to make/do something descriptive To describe a particular thing/animal/place/person report To describe something in general recount To retell what happened in the past chronologically narrative To entertain/to amuse readers/listeners 2 Short Functional Texts 1) shopping list To remind what to buy 2) Notice/Caution/warning To remind/to warn 3) Greeting card To greet/to congratulate 4) Short message To inform 5) Letter To inform 6) label To inform 7) Schedule / time - table To inform 8) Invitation To invite 9) Announcement To announce/to inform 10) Advertisement To advertise/to persuade/to inform TABLE OF PRONOUNS Category Subject Object Possesseive adjectives Possessive pronouns Reflexive Pronouns First person-singular I Me My ... Mine Myself First person-plural We Us Our ... Ours Ourselves Second person- singular/plural You You Your ... Yours Yourselves Third person- singular He Him His ... His Himself She Her Her ... Hers Herself Singular for a thing/an animal It It Its... - Itself Third person-plural They Them Their ... Theirs themselves Kata ganti (Pronouns) adalah kata yang menggantikan kata benda/orang/binatang tertentu yang bisa menduduki posisi subject/object pada bagian sebuah kalimat. Subject Subject Pronouns Examples in use 1. Hani She 1) She has long black hair. S Verb1/P O2. Helmi He 3. A cat It 2) He is in my class. S be adverb of place4. An umbrella It 5. Heni and Inneke They 3) It was interesting. S be adjective6. Helmi and Ero They 7. A cat and dog They 4) They arrived at 7 p.m yesterday S Verb2/P adverb of time8. Two umbrellas They 9. You and I We 5) He played the trumpet for the class. S Verb2/P O1 O210. Heni and I We Example: Louis rode the skateboard. He rode the skateboard 1) Mary and Paul are going to visit friends. ---- 2) The turtles were glad to see Aaron. ---- 3) Lucy drove the tractor on the farm. ---- 4) The soup was delicious! ---- 5) Mr. Wheat played the trumpet for the class. ---- 6) The presentation was very interesting. ---- 7) Brian rode the horse. ---- 8) Timmy and I baked a cake for our father. ---- 9) Mark went skiing with Barry. ---- 10) Mark and Joe did well on the science project. ----
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 4 OBJECT PRONOUNS 1) Anne : Do you know Andy? John : Sure, he's in my class, I study with him. Why? Anne : Oh, nothing. I want him to help me, that's all. John : I have his phone number. Call him! Anne : Ok, thanks! 2) Kate : Hey Tyler, do you like lemons? Tyler : Yea, I really like them. Kate : And do you like rice? Tyler : Sure, I like it. Kate : And how about chicken? Tyler : Yep, I like that too. Why do you ask me? Kate : I want to make lemon chicken for dinner. Tyler : Sounds great! 3) Bill : What's that? Susan : Oh, it's a photo of my family. Look, she's my Mum. Bill : Oh yea, I know her. Who's he? Susan : He's my brother, everybody likes him. Look, that's my father. Bill : Wow, he looks like you. And look at the big dog! Susan : Yea, he's really big. He looks like you! Exercises 1: Change the sentences using Object Pronouns. Example; I like the teacher. - I like him. 1. She calls Mary. She calls __________ 2. You eat breakfast with David. You eat breakfast with __________. 3. We don't like fast food. We don't like __________. 4. I miss my family. I miss __________. 5. He wants the book. He wants __________? 6. Max likes David and me. Max likes __________. 7. We give present to Mum at Christmas. We give presents to __________. 8. I want to see the movie. I want to see __________. 9. We love to meet Peter and Julie. We love to meet __________. 10. I want to talk to Paul. I want to talk to __________. Exercises 2: Change the sentences using Object Pronouns. Example; I like music. - I like it. 1. I believe Sam. I believe __________. 2. We study English. We study __________in the morning. 3. The teacher teaches the students. He teaches __________Math. 4. Carla calls David and I. She calls __________. 5. She is my favorite singer. I really like __________. 6. I like to talk to Tyler. I like to talk to __________. 7. They like sports. They play __________every day. 8. The bookstore is next to the bank. The bookstore is next to __________. 9. Wow! I really like this scarf. I want to buy __________. 10. Dad wants to talk to you and Jenny. He wants to talk to __________.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 5 POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS Possessive pronouns show ownership – something that belongs to someone or something else. Example: The ball belongs to me. The ball is mine. Exercises 3 : Complete each sentence using the correct modifying possessive pronoun. 1. The pencil belongs to the girl. It is __________. 2. This is my pen. This pen is __________. 3. I ride a bike to school. The bike is __________. 4. The lady wore a beautiful dress. The beautiful dress was __________. 5. The children played with the computer. It was __________. 6. You can choose any food to eat. The choice is __________. 7. My friends love reading. It is a favorite pastime of __________. 8. My sister and I walk the dog because it is __________. 9. Her coat is prettier than mine. Her coat is blue; __________ is brown. 10. Be more careful with John‘s toys, because __________ are breakable. POSSESSIVE NOUN FORMS Exercises 4 : Complete the following sentences with the possessive noun form of the noun in brackets. example: This is (Tim) cat. This is Tim’s cat. 1. Do you know (Brian) parents? ______ 2. Let‘s go to (the Smiths) house! ______ 3. Have you seen (Tina) new car? ______ 4. Bianca is (Donald) daughter. ______ 5. The door (the house) was locked. ______ 6. Have you got (Charles) telephone number? ______ 7. (Carla) watch is very valuable. ______ 8. I cannot remember the title (the movie). ______ 9. (the twins) bikes were stolen. ______ 10. (the hairdresser) (shop) is not far from here. ______ POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Exercises 4 : Complete the sentences. Use my, your, his, her, our, or their. Exanple: I have a pen. My pen is blue. 1. Kate has a pen. _______ pen is green. 2. Sara and you have pens. _______ pens are red. 3. I have a sister. _______ sister is 21 years old. 4. You have a pen. _______ pen is a ballpoint. 5. Jim and you have mustaches. _______ mustaches are dark. 6. Ann and Alex have a baby. _______ baby is 8 months old. 7. Alice and I have notebooks. _______ notebooks are green. 8. Ann has a brother. _______ brother is in high school. 9. Ken has a brother. _______ coat is brown. 10. Mike has a car. _______ car is blue.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 6 Exercie 5: Complete the sentences. Use has or have. Use my, your, his, her, our, or their. Exanple: I have a book. My book is interesting. Yessy has a book. Her book is thick. 1. Bob _______ a bag. _______ bag is green. 2. You _______ a raincoat. _______ raincoat is brown. 3. Kate _______ a raincoat. _______ raincoat is red. 4. Ann and Jim are married. They _______ baby is 6 months old. 5. Ken and Sue _______ a daughter. _______ daughter is 10 years old. 6. John and I _______ a son. _______ son is 7 years old. 7. I _______ a brother. _______ brother is 16 years old. 8. We _______ grammar books. _______grammar books are red. 9. Tom and you _______ bags. _______ bags are green. 10. Ann _______a dictionary. _______dictionary is red Indefinite Pronouns Positive Negative 1. everyone/everybody No one/nobody 2. Someone/somebody Anyone/anybody(-/?) 3. Everthing nothing 4. Something Anything (-/?) 5. Everywhere Nowhere 6. Somewhere Anywhere(-/?) 7. All - 8. Some Any (-/?) 9. Many None 10. Much None 11. several - 12. Few - 13. Both - 14. Either Neither 15. each POSITIVE 1. All are welcome to come to the birthday party tonight. 2. Lizzie gave that book to someone and never got it back. 3. Anyone can play the game as long as they follow the rules. 4. Does anybody have a clue where the cat went? 5. Everyone knows it is impolite to point at someone. 6. Everything will be Okey. 7. At the Thanksgiving dinner, each brought a plated dish to make the meal complete. 8. Although it could have happened to anyone, it happened to me. 9. Some will do anything to gain the attention of others. 10. Many called for information about the missing person. 11. Very few came to visit the beach, because it is dirty now.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 7 12. I looked and looked everywhere but couldn't find it NEGATIVE/QUESTION 13. Marie told nobody the secrets that went on at her house. 14. During my trip to the mall, I did not see anyone I knew. 15. I knocked on the door, but there was not anybody there. 16. Does anybody know a good place where I can go to get my hair done? 17. Can anyone tell me why it is raining again? 18. No one likes to live in the North Pole. 19. When I looked around the house, I did not see anything out of the ordinary. 20. He is nowhere in the school. Where can he be ? 21. I can't see my pencil anywhere, it must be in my satchel. Exercie 6: Put the following indefinite pronouns into the correct blanks. anywhere anyone (2x) something everyone nothing somewhere someone (2x) anything everything 1. Can't you hear that____________is knocking on the door? 2. I was wondering if you would like________________to drink. 3. The family members have been badly injured in the accident. Is there __________to help them? 4. Carol has just checked the internet; however, she couldn't find the article________________. 5. Unfortunately, this plant is already dead and there is ________________ we can do about it. 6. Stop feeling sorry for your relationship! You should simply accept _________has a beginning and an end. 7. _________must do __________ about the human rights in that country or it will be too late. 8. The boss is writing an important report. Therefore, he has to work ________________ quiet. 9. There is an exam tomorrow. Needless to say, ________________has to study for it. 10. My boyfriend broke my heart by lying to me. I don't think I can trust________________
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 8 I. SHOPPING LIST (daftar belanja), contoh:  4 loaves of bread  3 kilos of beans  1 kilo of apples  2 kilos of sugar  1 kilo of carrots  1 kilo of oranges  1 can of soft drink  A can of jam 1. How many kinds of vegetables are there in the text? A. one B. two C. three D. four 2. The purpose of text above is to remind the customer of what to ... . A. bring B. make C. cook D. buy 3. Nasha always makes a list before she buys everything she needs. Here is the list:  a pack of books  a half dozen of pencils  a sharpener  an eraser  three correction pens  a pencil case To buy the things she needs, Nasha has to go to ... . A. butcher B. drugstore C. stationary D. greengrocer  Some celery  1 ounce garlic  1 ounce onion  1 kg chicken  ¼ kg carrot  ¼ kg tomato  1 pack salt 4. From the text above we know that the writer probably wants to cook… A. fruit salad B. chicken soup C. black forest D. chicken curry  20 ballon  A big tart  bottle syrup  2 pads of biscuits  5 m ribbon  40 paper trumpets  40 paper hats 5. How many tarts does the writer want to buy ? A. One B. Two C. Three D. Four 6. What do you think the writer will have ? A. An English club meeting. B. A formal meeting. C. A comference. D. A party. "Every successful person must have a failure. Do not be afraid to fail because failure is a part of success." Setiap orang sukses pasti mempunyai kegagalan. Jangan takut gagal karena kegagalan adalah bagian dari kesuksesan.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 9 II. NOTICE: Terdiri dari: 1) Notice itu sendiri, 2) Caution (peringatan) 3) Warning (larangan) 1) NOTICE diartikan sebagai ‗Public sign‘ (tanda di tempat umum yang memberikan informasi, instruksi atau peringatan). Contoh:  LAVATORY IS OCCUPIED (=kamar kecil sedang dipakai)  WATCH FOR PEDESTRIANS (Awas pejalan kaki)  PLEASE CLOSE THE DOOR BEFORE YOU LEAVE THE ROOM. ( = tutuplah pintu sebelum anda meninggalkan ruangan) 2) CAUTION (peringatan) : dibuat dengan tujuan memberikan peringatan pada orang agar berhati-hati dengan sesuatu. Contohnya:  CAUTION! BROKEN ROAD (perhatian! Jalan rusak)  DON’T TOUCH THE CAT. IT MAY CAUSE DISEASE (= jangan sentuh kucing ini. Kucing ini bisa menyebabkan penyakit) 3) WARNING (larangan)  HAZARDOUS!!! KEEP AWAY FROM THE REACH OF CHILDREN UNDER 3 YEARS OLD. (berbahaya!!! Jauhkan dari jangkauan anak-anak di bawah umur 3 tahun) CONTOH – CONTOH SOAL NOTICE, CAUTION and WARNING: 1. What does the caution mean? A. Children are playing games around the place. B. Children are not allowed to play around the area. C. It is the place for children to play around here. D. You have to be careful because children are playing there. 2. The notice means that…. A. the parking lot is only meant for visitors B. only people having permission can park their cars at the parking lot C. the visitors are permitted to leave their vehicle at the parking lot D. people must take the parking tickets before entering the parking lot 3. ARTICLES CONSIDERED SOLD IF YOU BROKE THEM What does the caution mean? A. The shop sells special broken articles. B. You don't have to buy articles that are broken. C. In this section you will only find broken articles. D. If you break any of the articles, you must pay for it. 4. This sign means that the cars… A. must stop when a train is crossing the road in front of them. B. may not pass this road because it‘s dangerous. C. should take the right turn. D. must cross the road. 5. This Caution means there is something that … A. has some handle B. is easily broken C. is to be cared D. is portable
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 10 6. KEEP CAP ON AND TIGHT WHEN NOT IN USE This sign informs the user of this product …. A. to cover the tip precisely B. to open the cover tightly C. always to keep the cap D. not to use it 7. What does the sign mean? A. The road is for pedestrians. B. People may not walk through the road. C. The pedestrians may go through the road. D. People are allowed to walk through the road. 8. What does the sign mean? A. Any vehicles may not enter the road B. The road is closed for any vehicles C. The road is under construction D. No vehicles may enter the road 9. What does the sign mean? A. The road is for bicycle and motorcycles B. The bicycle and motorcycles must go through the road C. The bicycle and motorcycles should not go through the road D. The bicycle and motorcycles are not allowed to go through the road. 10. What does the sign mean? A. People may smoke in the area B. People should smoke in the area C. People must not smoke in the area D. People are allowed to smoke in the area. 11. Where do you usually find the sign above? A. At a railway station B. At a station wagon C. At a petrol station D. At a bus station 12. Where can you see the notice above? A. In a supermarket B. In a restaurant C. In an airport D. In a bank 13. What is the caution about? A. The danger of volcanic fumes B. The volcanoes and their effect C. The pregnant visitors of the mountain. D. The women and their children‘s health. 14. Visitors with breathing problems are not allowed to visit the area because … A. the fumes can make them difficult to breathe B. the fumes can enter the human‘s lung C. certain people cannot breathe well D. it is very tiring to climb the volcano 15. Where do you usually find such a caution above? A. At all public places with non domestic visitors B. On all the mountains with few visitors C. At the volcanoes for tourist resorts D. Any places visited by tourists.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 11 16. ―…. are hazardous to your health ... .‖ What does the underlined word in the sentence mean? A. uneasy. B. serious. C. dreadful. D. dangerous. CAUTION!! ANY KIND OF THEFTS IS CONSIDERED AS A CRIME AND WILL BE REPORTED TO THE POLICE Matahari Dept. Store 17. What does the caution mean? A. You dont have to pay anything in the store B. The police will not arrest the thief in the store. C. The store manager will send you to the police. D. You must pay anything you take from the store. 18. Where do you usually find the sign? A. at a railway station B. at a bus station C. at a station wagon D. at a petrol station 19. Where will you mostly find the text? A. at an airport B. at a gas station C. at a bus station D. at a railway station 20. You find the notice at the gate of housing complex. It means that only ... who own the house at the housing complex can go there. A. security guard B. participant C. people D. guests 21. The notice means... . A. All security staffs must give a report to the receptionist before entering the office. B. All guests must give a security report to the receptionist before entering the office. C. All security staff must bring visitors to the receptionist for a report. D. All guests must meet the receptionist and leave their Identity Card before entering the office. 22. The notice above means we are ... to consume the water. A. allowed B. permitted C. suggested D. prohibited 23. It is forbidden to drink the water because it is... A. useful B. unsafe C. drinkable D. washable 24. What does the warning mean? A. We must stay away from the place. B. High voltage can be dangerous C. High voltage is in danger. D. The voltage is high
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 12 25. From the text we know that ... . A. We should mop the floor B. We must trespass the floor C. We might slip if we step on it D. We may not make the floor wet 26. Where can we find such a notice? A. At the zoo B. At the park C. At the beach D. At the mountain 27. We usually find this notice in a .... A. medicine leaflet B. health article C. cigarettes D. hospital 28. What does this notice mean? A. anybody must not approach or make use of it B. anybody can approach and make use of it C. it is intended for public D. it must be put outside 29. What does the caution mean? A. The liquid is yellow. B. The liquid is colourful. C. The liquid is made of fire. D. The liquid is easy to set on fire III. SHORT MESSAGE (Pesan Singkat) bentuknya berupa SMS atau catatan singkat. Fungsinya untuk memberitahukan sesuatu (seperti kalian mengirim SMS pada teman kalian). Contoh: To : Santi I've just got the news that our grandmother passed away two hours ago. We are going to leave for Purworejo soon to attend the funeral. Please be here before 6 p.m. Tati 1. What does Tati tell Santi? A. Leaving for Purworejo B. The plan to do it before 7 p.m C. The ceremony for the dead person D. The plan to have a burial ceremony From : +6281010000 Just to inform you that the meeting will be canceled for tomorrow, Mon, 23rd May 2013 at 10 a.m. as the principal will arrive late from Semarang. Lilian 2. The short message is written to... . A. tell what happened in the meeting. B. inform the cancellation of meeting. C. say that the principal won't come to the meeting. D. inform that the sender has just arrived from Singapore
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 13 Ufa, sorry, I can make it to the drama practice this afternoon. I’ve got to see my grandma. She’s very ill. Sorry for the short notice. Yours, Lely 3. ―Sorry for the short notice‖. What does this sentence mean? A. Ufa apologizes because she cannot attend the drama practice. B. Lely apologizes because she cannot attend the drama practice. C. Ufa apologizes for informing her absence just before the drama practice. D. Lely feels great for informing her absence just before the drama practice. Adi, tell Daddy to buy a new dress for me! Two days later there will be a birthday party. And I have got an invitation letter from my classmate. I want to wear it in the party. Your sister, Eny 4. Who sent the message to Adi? A. Adi's brother. B. Adi's mother. C. Adi's father. D. Adi's sister. 5. How many dresses will Adi's father buy? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four. Hi, this is Surya. I’m sorry I cannot take your call right now. Please leave a detailed message along with your name and telephone number. I will return your call as soon as I return. Thank you. 6. Which of the following statement is NOT TRUE? A. Surya is out so he cannot take calls. B. Surya asks the callers to call him back later C. Surya promises to call when he‘s home D. The text above is a recorded message Dear Mira, I am sorry I have to tell you that I can’t come to your house to work on our project as we have planned before. Unexpected thing happens. My grandma must be hospitalized soon. I’ll tell you about our plan later. Love, Dinda 7. From the message above we know that … A. Dinda and Mira have to work together on their project B. Dinda and her grandma will meet Mira at the hospital C. Dinda expects Mira to stay in the hospital with her D. Dinda‘s grandma involves in the project 8. The message is written to ... . A. To tell about her sick grandma. B. To ask Mira to work on their project. C. To persuade Mira to change the project D. To give information about the delay of an activity. Dear Sandra, I have to see Grandma. Buy these things to Indri’s store for the next breakfast: a bottle of milk, a pack of bread, a kilogram of eggs, four packs of instant noodles. Love, Mom 9. Who wrote the note? A. Sandra B. Mrs.Indri C. Sandra‘s mother D. Sandra‘s grandma 10. Where did Sandra have to go ? A. To the butcher B. To the florist C. To the grocery D. To the dispensary
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 14 IV. GREETING CARD (Kartu ucapan) : berfungsi untuk mengucapkan selamat kepada seseorang. Misalnya: a) Birthday Card: a. The more the candles, the bigger the wish. b. Wishing you all the best for your Birthday. c. May all your dreams and wishes come true! d. Wishing you everything happy for your birthday. e. Wishing you all the fun and excitement that only birthdays can bring. b) Anniversary Card: a. Wishing you the best on your anniversary. b. Every year with you is sweeter than the last. c. Happy Anniversary, to my partner and my best friend. d. My love for you grows and grows with each passing year. e. After all the years, you're still my best friend. Happy Anniversary. c) Congratulations /Good Luck – Card: a. All right, you did it! Congratulations! b. Congratulations on a great accomplishment! c. A new house is an exciting change. Congratulations. d. Congratulations, you deserve all the best... way to go! e. May your joining together bring you more joy than you can imagine. d) Get Well (Sympathy) Card: a. Hoping you feel better. b. Hope you're back on your feet soon. c. We hope you feel better because we miss you so much. d. Just a wish to say hello and hope you are feeling better. e. Thinking of you and hoping you have a speedy recovery. e) Baby Shower Card a. Congratulations on your developing little one. b. Can't wait to meet the next member of the family! c. I am praying that God blesses your family as it grows. d. Wishing you a healthy, happy pregnancy and delivery e. Congratulations. Your life will never be the same, but you will love the change. Contoh soal: Bandung, January 1st , 2013 Dear Lusi, This card comes with living wishes especially for you. To wish you lots of happiness today and all year through. Happy New Year 2013. Love, Susan 1. The word ―wish‖ in the text nearly means … A. see B. look C. hope D. want 2. The purpose of the text above is to ... . A. remind someone about New Year B. greet someone for the New Year C. inform everyone about New Year D. invite someone to a New Year Celebration To: Mizka Congratulation on your success in the singing contest. You are the best. We are proud of you. Uncle Farel & Aunt Fitri 3. Who won the singing contest? A. Mizka. B. Aunt Fitri. C. Uncle Farel. D. Uncle Farel and Aunt Fitri.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 15 To : Ardiana I just want to remind you that our English examination will be held next week, on Desember 28th 2013. Dont forget to study hard if you want to be successful. Wendy 4. The short message above is written to ... . A. tell that Ardiana can‘t join the examination. C. inform about the coming English examination . B. announce about English examination next month. D. inform that English examination will be cancelled. Dear Kartika, Our sincere Congratulations on your success as The Best Washington City Journalist 2013. This will support you to write more articles. The manager and staff of Moonlight Publisher 5. What does Kartika do? She is a … A. staff B. manager C. publisher D. journalist 6. The text is written in order to … A. tell people to congratulate Kartika. B. congratulate Kartika on her success. C. inform people about the best journalist. D. invite people to come to the Moonlight publisher. I heard that you have won an English debate competition and got the highest score at your school. I am very happy for your success. Congratulations! You deserved it. Auntie Susan 7. The purpose of the text is to… A. inform someone about a ccompetition B. congratulate one‘s success in a competition C. announce someone‘s success in a competition D. tell someone about an English debate competition 8. How is auntie Susan‘s feeling about Tommy? A. Pleased B. Annoyed C. Frustrated D. Disappointed Dear Tio, Congratulations on your success in the final examination. Always do the best for the future. Ria 9. Why did Ria congratulate Tio? Because … A. Tio will face the examination B. Tio still has the examination C. Tio has passed the examination D. Tio should prepare for the examination Dear Lisa, Congratulations on your winning the prize of the English debate competition. I learned about from your Mom. Love, Ella 10. Who won the English debate competition? A. Ella B. Lisa C. Lisa‘s mother D. Ella‘s mother
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 16 Dear Anindya, Wish you many happy returns of the day. May God bless you with health, wealth and prosperity in your life. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Love Meita 11. What does Meita do for Anindya's birthday? She ... . A. Congratulate her on her birthday. B. gives her prosperity. C. shares her health. D. returns her love. 12. What is the purpose of this text? A. To give warm wishes on someone's birthday. B. To congratulate someone on her success. C. To announce someone's birthday. D. To entertain the readers. Bandung, January 1st, 2013 Dear Lusi, This card comes with loving wishes especially for you. To wish you lots of happiness today and all year through. Happy New Year 2013. Love Susan 13. The purpose of the text above is .... A. to greet someone for the New Year B. to remind someone about New Year C. to inform everyone about New Year D. to invite someone to a New Year Celebration Dear John, You become the runner up of the yearly drawing competition. Congratulation on your success. I do hope you will be the best next year. Don’t give up ! you will get it. Your aunt Anne 14. Who becomes the runner up of the drawing competition? A. Anne‘s daughter. B. Anne‘s nephew. C. Anne‘s cousin. D. Anne‘s niece Dear Dewi, Congratulation on your achievement in English! You’re really the best Keep up the good work Indri 15. From the text we can conclude that … . A. Dewi congratulates Indry B. Dewi likes English very much C. Dewi failed in the English test D. Dewi got the highest score in English 16. What is the purpose of the text? A. To invite someone B. To give information C. To ask for confirmation D. To express an impression
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 17 CONDOLENCES We wish to express our deepest condolences on the passing of Mr. Liem Kwan Chuu The manager of Gudang Gula Company on November 6th , 2013 May God bless and keep her always Functionaries and staffs GG Company 17. What is the text about? A. A wish for Mr. Liem‘s success B. A greeting on Mr. Liem‘s birthday C. A support for Mr. Liem as new manager D. A sympathy on the passing of Mr. Liem Dear Santi, Since we really care about you, all of us send happy thoughts and hopeful wishes that you’ll be feeling better soon Aunt Irfa and family 18. Irfa sent the card to.... A. wish Santi a speedy recovery from her sickness B. congratulate Santi on her better feeling C. greet Santi on her happy thoughts D. send Santi some thoughtful gifts 19. Why does vicky send the card? A. To tell Estu that he has just moved to his new house B. To show Estu that he is proud of her new house C. To infrom Estu that he has a new house, too D. To wish Estu‘s happiness in her new house 20. From the text we know that Estu‘s house is … . A. luxurious B. painted green C. located in the country D. far from vicky‘s house Fortune knocks once at every man's door We all get at least one good opportunity in life; everybody has the opportunity to be successful in life. (Kita semua mendapatkan setidaknya satu kesempatan emas dalam hidup; setiap orang mempunyai kesempatan untuk berhasil dalam hidup) Jangan didik anak Anda untuk menjadi kaya. Didik dia untuk menjadi bahagia. sehingga ketika dia tumbuh dewasa, dia akan mengetahui nilai benda, bukan harganya Dear Estu, Far from the hustle bustle of the city. Hope it always makes you happy. Fresh air and stunning green view, they are all created for you. Congratulations on your new home. May you always find peace, health, and happiness here. Lost of love Vicky Zhou
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 18 V. ANNOUNCEMENT (pengumuman) : untuk memberitahukan sesuatu yang penting pada seseorang (biasanya orang banyak). Contoh: ANNOUNCEMENT To. All students of SMP Bina Bangsa In the framework of National Education Day the Students Organization will hold some interesting programs. They are English Speech Contest and Class Wall Magazine Competition. The program will be held on May 2nd , 2011. Started from 8 a.m until 1 p.m. All classes must take part in the programs. For detailed information, please contact Mr. Sulaiman, the coordinator of this program 1. What is the announcement above about? A. An English Speech Contest. B. A Students Board Organization C. A National Education Day Ceremony D. A National Education Day Celebration 2. Based on the announcement above, which statement is not true? A. The program will be held on National Educational Day. B. Mr. Sulaiman is in charge to organize the programs C. The programs will last for four hours. D. There are two competitions. THE LINGUISTICS CLUB 460 Language Road Singapore 426626 Tel: 99274484 Fax : 93771206 JAPANESE LANGUAGE COURSE INTRODUCTION The Japanese Course to beginners lasts for ten sessions. The course will focus on practical language use. At the end of the course, you will possess and master a conversational level of Japanese. This course is suitable for people who may be learning the language for business or leisure. COURSE PROGRAM (10 SESSIONS) presented to participants who have completed at least 8 session Course. Commencing Date : 5 November 2013. Every Saturday from 07.00 pm to go 09.00 pm Closing Date (Registration): 29 Oct 2013 3. This course is especially useful to people who are ... . A. interested in the Japanese language. B. familiar with the language. C. Japanese natives speaker. D. new to the language. 4. At the end of the course, participants will be able to ... . A. speak fluently in Japanese. B. converse in simple Japanese. C. conduct business deals in Japanese. D. translate English to Japanese easily. 5. Certifacates will be awarded to people who ... at least eight out of ten sessions. A. conduct B. attend C. teach D. learn 6. How long will the course be held? A. Two hours B. Three hours C. Four hours D. Five hours School announcement Friday, November 27th , 2013 There will be a short girl’s basketball meeting right after school this afternoon in the school library. Everything needs to be turned in on Friday. Mitchell Lahr and Kira Eng need to get their permission form from Mr.Discher by the end of the day today. If you are riding the suburban tomorrow, be here no later than 7.20. Have a great weekend! 7. When will the basketball meeting be held? A. On Saturday afternoon B. On Friday afternoon C. Next Friday D. Last Friday
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 19 8. ―If you are riding the suburban tomorrow ....‖ What does the underlined word refer to? A. Kira Eng and Lahr‘s students B. Mitchell Lahr and Kira Eng C. All students of the school D. Mr. Discher‘s principal 9. ―Everything needs to be turned in on Friday‖ The phrase ―to be turned in― has similar meaning to ... . A. studied B. checked C. discussed D. submitted Scout Association of SMP N 1 Taruma Jaya To: All members In order to celebrate our Independence Day, we are going to go camping at Pangrango Mountain from 14 to 16 August 2013. The contribution is Rp. 50. 000. Those who want to join the activity please contact Mr. Gunawan. Registration will be opened starting from 5th August 2011. For further information, please contact the committee. Nanda. Chair person 10. Whom should you meet to register for the program? A. The chair person. B. The committee C. Mr. Gunawan D. Nanda Connectives /Conjunctions Complete the sentences with the correct conjunction. Use and, but, or, because, or so. Example: I have a pen and a pencil. 1. I like rice _______ fish for breakfast. 2. Jenny is kind _______ smart. 3. She wants coffee _______ not cake. 4. He works very hard, _______ he's really tired. 5. Sue can't come tomorrow _______ she's sick. 6. He plays soccer every day _______ he's very good. 7. I can meet you today _______ not tomorrow. 8. David likes small dogs _______ not big dogs. 9. She can speak French _______ not Itialian. 10. David's very happy _______ he's got a new job. Join the two sentences to make one sentence. Use and, but, or, because, or so. Example: I have a pen. I have a pencil. - I have a pen and a pencil. 1. I like coffee. I like tea. 2. She has a cat. She doesn't have a dog. 3. I don't have much money. I can't buy a computer. 4. She isn't here. She's on vacation 5. Do you write with your left hand? Do you write with your right hand? 1. That apartment isn't big enough for us, ___, it's too expensive. A. furthermore B. hence C. although 2. The weather was terrible. ___, we decided to put off our trip. A. Furthermore B. Besides C. Therefore 3. You must buy the tickets; ___, we won't be able to see the movie. A. otherwise B. although C. besides 4. The neighborhood isn't very interesting. I like the condo, ___. A. moreover B. thus C. though 5. We live in the same building; ___, we hardly see each other. A. however B. therefore C. furthermore 6. He didn't earn enough money. ___, his wife decided to get a job. A. Moreover B. Therefore C. Although
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 20 7. We have plenty of money and workers; ___, we hope to finish the house remodeling soon. A. nevertheless B. unless C. thus 8. She's extremely rich; ___, she's not a snob. A. hence B. however C. otherwise 9. It was a windy and rainy night. ___, he decided to go to church for the Christmas celebration. A. nevertheless B. otherwise C. hence 10. Kate is rich; ___, her cousin Cathy is poor. A. Therefore B. However C. otherwise "Never give up, fix mistakes, and keep stepping." Jangan pernah menyerah, perbaiki kesalahan, dan teruslah melangkah. VI. INVITATION (Undangan) : untuk mengundang sesorang atau kelompok dalam berbagai kegiatan, ada yang formal dan adapula yang nonformal, STRATEGI MENJAWAB SOAL INVITATION Kata-kata yang sering muncul di dalam teks: 1) invite = mengundang 2) attend = menghadiri 3) join = ikut, bergabung 4) come = datang 5) get together = berkumpul Ciri-ciri teks undangan: 1) Ada yang mengundang 2) Ada yang diundang 3) Event (acara): birthday party, wedding party. Inauguration day, meeting, dll 4) Ada hari/ tanggal 5) Ada waktu. a.m. = 24.00 s.d. 12.00. ; p.m. = 12.00 s.d. 24.00 6) Tempat; sebuah event diselenggarakan Yang sering ditanyakan: 1) Tujuan komunikasi teks undangan (the text is written to ....) 2) Siapa yang mengundang dan yang diundang (who sends the invitation?; who is invited?) 3) Hubungan antara orang yang mengundang dan yang diundang (what is the relation between A and B? 4) Event (acara) apa? (what event? 5) hari/ tanggal, waktu, dan tempat sebuah event diselenggarakan (What date?/ when will it be held?) SRATEGI Kata-kata yang sering digunakan untuk mengundang antara lain: to invite (mengundang), attend (menghadiri), come (datang), join (mengikuti/bergabung), get together (berkumpul). Untuk menjawab soal menentukan tujuan/purpose teks, carilah kata-kata tersebut di dalam pilihan jawaban. Untuk menjawab soal menentukan siapa yang mengundang dan yang diundang, hubungan antara orang yang mengundang dan yang diundang, event (acara), hari/ tanggal, waktu, dan tempat sebuah event diselenggarakan, perhatikan kata kunci di dalam pertanyaan, lalu carilah kata kunci itu di dalam teks, maka jawabannya akan segera diketahui;
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 21 Please join us for party dinner To celebrate ANNI’S THIRTIETH BIRTHDAY On Saturday, April 20th, 2013 at 07.00 – 10.00 p.m In the Etam Restaurant Please arrive on time! 1. How old will Anni be in 2015? A. Seventeen B. eighteen C. seventy D. eighty 2. When will the party be held ? A. In the evening B. In the morning C. At midnight D. At noon All Students of Grade 9 You are invited to: GRADUATION PARTY 2013 SMP NUSANTARA Day/Date : Saturday, the fifteenth of July two thousand and thirteen Time : 10 a.m. – 01 p.m. Venue : Art Room Pramesti Hotel Jl. Sudirman kav. 9 – 11 Bandung *Invitation card available at OSIS room. 3. Where will the graduation party be held? A. At Osis room. B. On Sudirman street. C. At Nusantara school. D. At Art room Pramesti Hotel. 4. How long is the graduation party carried out? A. 2 hours. B. 3 hours. C. 9 hours. D. 11 hours Dear Anita, Hi friend, I'm happy to invite you to my 15th birthday party Date : Sunday, May 17th, 2013 Time : 4 p.m. Place: Jl. Melati no 55 Probolinggo Please, arrive on time. Without you, the party will be meaningless. With love, Harlina 5. In what year was Harlina born? A. 1996 B. 1997 C. 1998 D. 1999 6. What does the word ―you― refer to? A. Anita B. Anita‘s friends C. Harlina‘s friends D. Anita and her friends Come and Join The Putra Bangsa Secondary School Class of 1996 REUNION On June 21, 2013 Saturday, 10:00 – 2:00 pm At the Blue Lagoon Hotel for the lunch and social gathering And at 20:00 – 23:00 pm At Taman Ismail Marzuki for the cultural evening For further information please contact The Putra Bangsa School Office at 0254 677431 During the office hours. 7. Those invited to the reunion are ex-students who …. A. graduated in 1996 B. graduated after 1996 C. graduated from 1990 to 1996 D. were admitted as students in 1996
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 22 8. Which of the following statements is TRUE about the reunion? A. The lunch and the social gathering will be held before the cultural evening. B. Further information can be obtained any time from the school office. C. Those interested to attend the reunion should come to school. D. The reunion will be held by the committee more than a day. 9. ―For further information please contact …‖ The underlined word means …. A. more detailed B. relevant C. printed D. specific You're Invited To celebrate the 5th anniversary of the art and culture club of our school, we'd like you to join in the costume party 2012 that will be held on : Date : February 28t", 2012 Place : the Multipurpose Room Time : 06.00 p.m. Use your imagination and wear an original unique costume! For further detail contact us : -Arin : 8297532 Class IX-8 -Alam : 7568336 Class VIII-3 10. How should the participant's costume be? A. Usual and original. B. Usual and innovative. C. Imaginative and original. D. Imaginative and Innovative. VII. LETTER/E-MAIL (surat): Teks ini memiliki berbagai macam tujuan dan ada yang formal maupun yang informal. Biasanya terdiri dari beberapa paragraf. Informasi penting umumnya termaktub dalam body of the letter, yakni bagian antara salam pembuka (Dear …) dan salam penutup (Sincerely yours). Contoh: 1. These following statements are true based on the postcard above, except ... A. Andita went to the museum alone. B. There is no pictures in the poscard. C. Andita brought a camera to the museum. D. Andita enjoyed her visiting to the museum. 2. What kind of Museum did Andita visit? A. Army Museum B. Marine Museum C. Aircraft Museum D. History Museum 3. ―We took photographs on a plane miniature.‘ The word "miniature" in the paragraph above is ...of any object A. great in size B. unique model C. the artistic touch D. small-scale model
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 23 Date: Wed,2nd January of 2013 16.33-0700 (PDT) Have you opened the present? Just see and you will love it. I am afraid I can’t see you tomorrow. Four friends are coming to my house. How about next two days? Let’s find some time to talk. Regards, Butet 4. Who sent the e-mail? A. Parama Satria B. English on sky C. Curly boy D. Butet 5. What is the purpose of writing the e-mail ? A. Giving information to someone B. Postponing an appointment C. Congratulating someone D. Making an appointment Dear Aunty, My eldest brother is a brainy secondary-school athlete. But after he broke up with his girlfriend, he quit the team, got tattoos and started hanging out till late at night. His grades also dropped. He hardly talks to me and often fights with my other brother. Our parents are very busy with their work and have very little time for us. What can a 14-year-old sister do? 6. The letter is sent to Aunty to …. A. ask for Aunty‘s advice B. talk about her two brothers C. complain about her boyfriend D. inform Aunty about her family 7. ―My eldest brother is a brainy ….‖ The word ‗brainy‘ means…. A. smart B. stupid C. talkative D. stubborn DearGrandma and Grandpa, Yesterday at my school, we had an International Day. We had performances, food stalls, displays, raffle ticket draw, and some of us were dressed in costumes. We started our day off with performances, but the one I liked best was the one from seven grade. We played games. The performance I was in was Lambada. Straight after our performances we had our lunch. There were food stalls. They came from the eght Australia, Asia, Arab, and Greece. Every one had a job. These people were from eghth grade. I did my job after I had lunch. My job was to sell International Day books. We had displays in the hall. These displays were good, but I didn’t get to see them. The displays came from a lot of country. There was also a Trash annd Treasure stall where they sold toys. The school got these things by asking the children to bring them in. Although I didn’t win, International Day was still fun Love, Sue 8. Which stall sells toys? A. Raffle ticket draw. B. Trash and Treasure stall C. International food stalls D. Displays form a lot of countries 9. What does the letter tell you about? A. The writer‘s grandparents. B. Food stalls from different countries. C. The writer‘s favourite performances D. An international day at an elementary school.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 24 To : akmal90@yahoo.com From: denise@yahoo.co.id RE : Planning 4 holiday Date : June, 29th 2013 Hi, Akmal. How’s life? We’re going to have a long holiday this summer, aren’t we? What are u going to do? U know summer is a good time for camping and hiking. We plan to go to Salak mountain. It’s a nice place for camping and hiking, and also for fishing. There’s a river near campsite. But I’m not really keen on it. At night we’ll sit around the fire and sing songs. Why don’t u join us? It’ll be more fun if u come. Let me know soon. Your friend Denise 10. What activities is Denise going to do in the long holiday? A. Camping and fishing, and singing. B. Camping and hiking and sitting around fire. C. Camping, hiking , fishing and sitting around fire. D. Camping, hiking, singing, and sitting around fire. MODAL VERBS IN ENGLISH can bisa,dapat could bisa,dapat will akan would akan shall akan should Akan/sebaiknya may boleh,mungkin might mungkin must harus, pasti Had to harus have to harus Had to harus ought to sebaiknya - - A. Probability (kemungkinan): must, can’t 1) It's snowing, so it must be very cold outside. Cuaca sedang bersalju, sehingga keadaannya mungkin sangat dingin di luar) 2) I don't know where John is. He could have missed the train. Saya tidak tahu di mana John berada. Dia mungkin telah ketinggalan bis 3) This bill can't be right. £200 for two cups of coffee! Tagihan ini tak mungkin benar. £200 untuk dua cangkir kopi! B. Ability (=kemampuan): can 1) She can speak six languages. Dia bisa berbicara enam bahasa. 2) My grandfather could play golf very well. Nenekku (dulu) bisa bermain golf dengan sangat baik 3) I can't drive. Saya tidak bisa mengemudi 4) Can you drive? Dapatkah kamu mengemudi? C. Obligation and Advice (=keharusan dan saran): must, have to, should 1) Children must do their homework. Anak-anak harus mengerjakan PR mereka. 2) We have to wear a uniform at work. Kita harus memakai seragam di tempat kerja. 3) You should stop smoking. Anda sebaiknya berhenti merokok. D. Permission (=izin = ): can, could 1) Could I leave early today, please? Bolehkah saya pulang awal? 2) You may not use the car tonight. Anda tak boleh menggunakan mobil itu malam ini Can we swim in the lake? ( = Bolehkah kami berenang di danau?)
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 25 E. Habits (=kebiasaan): will, would 1) John will always be late! John akan selalu terlambat 2) When I lived in Italy, we would often eat in the restaurant next to my flat. Ketik saya tinggal di Italy, kami biasanya sering makan di restoran di samping flat F. Mixed modals exercises 1) ____ you like to go to the beach with me? 2) Take an umbrella when you go out. It ____ rain later. 3) ____ I help you carry the suitcase inside? 4) ____ you mind making a reservation at the restaurant? 5) We had a great time yesterday. You ___ have come. 6) The phone is ringing. It ____ be Allen. 7) We ____ all wear seatbelts in a car. 8) _____ I pick you up at eight o'clock? 9) John ____ come home earlier today. 10) It's getting dark. I ____go home now. RELATIVE PRONOUNS 1. She has an uncle. Her uncle works in a hospital. O S She has an uncle who works in a hospital. 2. That is the man. He is teaching Maths at the school. O S That is the man who is teaching Maths at the school. 3. My aunt plays the piano well. She is a music teacher. S S My aunt who is a music teacher plays the piano well. ( WHO is used for people as subject He, She, it, they, etc. ) 1. The girl is my cousin. I was talking to her. S O The girl whom I was talking to is my cousin. 2. My maid is leaving for her village. You met her yesterday. S O My maid whom you met yesterday is leaving for her village. 3. The child has left the room. I was talking to him. S O The child whom I was talking to has left his room. ( WHOM is used for human beings as an object. Him, her, it, them, etc. ) 1. I met the man. His daughter won the first prize. Possessive Adj. I met the man whose daughter won the first prize. 2. The woman is taking her clothes to the laundry. Her clothes are dirty. Possessive Adj. 3. The woman whose clothes are dirty is taking them to the laundry.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 26 4. Do you know the girl? Her hair is red. Possessive Adj 5. Do you know the girl whose hair is red? ( WHOSE is used for possessive adjectives.  his, her, its, their, etc. After WHOSE, there comes a noun.) 1. The book is interesting. The book is written in English. S S The book which is written in English is interesting. (OR) The book, which is interesting, is written in English. 2. Ali goes to school. The school is far away. Ali goes to school which is far away. 3. I can‘t find my jacket. It is yellow. I can‘t find my jacket which is yellow. ( WHICH is used for things & animals ) Exercises: Join these sentences with the Relative pronouns in the bracket . Leave out the words in bold. 1. She has a grandfather. He is ninety years old. (who) _______________________________________________________________________ 2. He tore up the letter. He had read it. (which) _______________________________________________________________________ 3. Miss. Linda is cooking the fish. Her brother caught the fish from the river. (which) _______________________________________________________________________ 4. The Baker has two sons. We order bread from him. (whom) _______________________________________________________________________ 5. The boy was taken to the hospital. The hospital was the largest in the country. (which) _______________________________________________________________________ 6. Do you know the man? His car is parked in front of my gate. (whose) _______________________________________________________________________ 7. My watch is not working again. It was repaired a week ago. (which) _______________________________________________________________________ 8. Is that the girl? Her brother went to study in Australia. (whose) _______________________________________________________________________ 9. Have you heard the story of the goose? The goose laid a golden egg. (which) _______________________________________________________________________ 10. The horse died in the stable. It collapsed during the race. (which) _______________________________________________________________________ VIII. ADVERTISEMENT (iklan). Tujuannya untuk mempromosikan (to advertise) sesuatu atau membujuk (to persuade) atau menginformasikan sesuatu (to inform). Ciri-ciri Teks Iklan biasanya : 1) Ada produk barang/jasa yang diiklankan 2) Keistimewaan produk/jasa 3) Persentase diskon 4) keterangan harga Yang sering ditanyakan antara lain: 1) Menentukan tujuan komunikasi teks iklan 2) Keistimewaan produk 3) Persentase diskon dan keterangan harga (jika ada) 4) Alamat/ no. telp
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14 SMPN 5 TAMAN 27 STRATEGI MENJAWAB SOAL MENENTUKAN TUJUAN KOMUNIKASI TEKS IKLAN Tujuan komunikasi ( the purpose) teks iklan adalah to advertise/advertisement / to promote / to persuade (untuk mengiklankan / mempromosikan / membujuk). Teks iklan berisi tentang keistimewaan suatu produk/jasa, persentase discount, dll. Perhatikan kata kunci di dalam pertanyaan, lalu carilah kata itu di dalam teks, maka akan segera diketahui jawabannya. Contoh : SALE CASSANOVA'S ANNUAL SALE This week only  SAVE 25% Men's and women's clothing, shoes, coats and sweaters, swimwears, jeans. Jewelry: watches, rings, earrings, necklaces  SAVE 40% Furniture: leather sofas, dining tables and chairs, bookcases. Luggage: bags and briefcases 1. Who is the writer of the advertisement? A. Cassanova's customer B. Cassanova's reader C. Cassanova's owner D. Cassanova's buyer 2. What is the purpose of the text above? A. To ask people things in Cassanova B. To guide people to go to Cassanova C. To persuade people to buy things in Cassanova D. To inform people about Cassanova 3. What kind of advertisement is it? A. a shopping advertisement B. a job vacancy advertisement C. a franchise advertisement D. an entertainment advertisement 4. How long is the sale? A. Five days B. Six days C. Seven days D. Eight days 5. What goods get 25% off? A. Bags and briefcases B. Bookcase and chairs C. Necklaces and watches D. Dining tables and leather sofas Annual Promo Special Seven days only storewide At All DC World Bookstore 6. From the text we know that .... A. The promo will last for two weeks. B. All items get more than a 40% discount. C. We can get discount at any DC World Bookstores. D. Al DC World Bookstores are wide enough to shop. 7. How often is the promo? A. Once a week B. Twice a month C. Once a year D. Twice a year
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 28 WELCOME TO PULAU SERIBU Ready to relax and rid of the hustle and bustle of the city? Then come to Pulau Seribu, a popular tourist destination for city folk. Enjoy beautiful beaches and cozy resorts and hotels. Swim in crystal-clear water, ride banana boats, take snorkling and do other exciting water activities. Come and enjoy it! 8. What is the purpose of writing the text? A. To advertise Pulau Seribu tourism B. To describe Pulau Seribu hotels and resorts C. To entertain the readers with water activities D. To show the views of resorts in Pulau Seribu 9. From the advertisement above we know that .... A. the resorts and the hotels are near the sea B. Pulau Seribu is very unpleasant islands C. there is only one beach in Pulau seribu D. most visitors of the island like diving 10. ―Enjoy beautiful beaches and cozy resorts and hotels.‖ (line 3). What does the underlined word mean? A. inconvenient B. comfortable C. impersonal D. welcoming "Every successful person must have a failure. Do not be afraid to fail because failure is a part of success." Setiap orang sukses pasti mempunyai kegagalan. Jangan takut gagal karena kegagalan adalah bagian dari kesuksesan. "There is a moment to talk and there is a moment to be silent." Ada saatnya kita bicara dan ada saatnya kita diam. "If you do not know a fact, silence will be the best way." Jika kamu tidak mengetahui sebuah fakta, maka diam adalah jalan yang terbaik. "God's plan is always more beautiful than our desire." Rencana Tuhan selalu lebih indah dari keinginan kita.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 29 IX. LABEL Suatu tulisan singkat (kata/frasa) yang digunakan untuk menunjukkan atau menggambarkan identitas suatu barang, seperti pakaian, makanan, minuman, dan lain-lain. Contoh; MILK CALCIUM Dietary Supplement:  600 mg 100 Soft gels  Supplement Facts  Serving size: 1 soft gel Amount per 1 soft gel % Daily Value* Vitamin D 200 IU 50 Calcium (from milk) 600 mg 60 Zinc 15 mg * *Daily value has not been established Other ingredients: Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified Water Directions: As a dietary supplement, take one soft gel for adults daily. Manufactured for: NU-HEALTH PRODUCTS CO. Walnut, CA 91789 Made in U.S.A. EXP 04 27 16 LOT 2 75 61 1. When would it be best to consume the product? A. before April 27th, 2016 B. after April 4th, 2016 C. during April 4th, 2016 D. on April 4th, 2016 2. How many soft gels does someone take everyday? A. 1 gel B. 15 mg C. 200 IU D. 600 mg 3. ―Daily value has not been established.‖ What is the meaning of the underlined word? A. determined B. ordered C. carried D. helped PARAMEX Each tablet contains : Propifenason 150 mg Paracetamol 250 mg Dekslorfeniramina Maleat 1 mg Kofeina 50 mg Dosage : Adults and children over 12 : 2 – 3 daily 1 tablet Indication : To relieve headaches and toothache. 4. The text above is about … A. a recipe B. a prescription C. a medicine D. a lesson 5. Where can we find the text above? A. On the container of food B. On the container of medicine C. On the paper box D. on the toys box
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 30 Children's Cold & Allergy Medicine Uses Temporarily relieves nasal congestion due to the common cold, hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies, or associated with sinusitis Temporarily relieves these symptoms due to hay fever (allergic rhinitis):  runny nose  sneezing  itching of the nose or throat  itchy, watering eyes  Temporarily restores freer breathing through the nose Directions: Do not take more than 4 doses in any 24-hour period Age Dose adults and children over 12 years 4 tsp every 4 hours children 6 to under 12 years 2 tsp every 4 hours children under 6 years ask a doctor 6. From the label above we know that .... A. this medicine is only for adult B. this medicine is in the form of syrup C. children under 12 cannot take this medicine D. stomachache can be cured with this medicine “MAWAR” SPLASH COLONGE ―RED ROSE‖ Long lasting body fragrance to give freshness on the body. Make your skin feel soft and smooth. Contain:  Red Rose parfume, give long lasting fragrance from red rose.  Almond protein extract, helps the moisture and soothing the skin.  Cooling agent, leaves your body fresh and cool. Direction to use: Splash the colonge all over the body after having shower or when necessary. 7. What is the text about? A. Mawar‖ splash colonge B. Red Rose Flower C. Liquid Soap D. Body lotion 8. Which statement is true according to the text? A. We use the product by splashing it all over the body B. Almond protein makes long lasting fragrance C. Cooling agent leaves the body very cold D. It is a kind of syrup. 9. The word ―splash‖ means.... A. pour B. drop C. spray D. sprinke 10. The word ―your‖ in the text refers to..... A. the company B. writer of the text C. user of the product D. producer of the colonge
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 31 Jenis Teks (GENRES) Berikut ini contoh-contoh jenis-jenis teks (genre) yang digunakan dalam kurikulum ini. GENRE SOCIAL FUNCTION/ PURPOSE/AIM/OBJECTI VE/GOAL GENERIC STRUCTURE SIGNIFICANT LEXICOGRAMMATICAL FEATURES Procedure To describe how something is accomplished through a sequence of actions or steps. Goal Materials (not required for all Procedural texts). Steps 1-n (i.e., Goal followed by a series of steps oriented to achieving the Goal). 1) Focus on generalized human agents. 2) Use of simple present tense, often Imperative. 3) Use mainly of temporal conjunctions (or numbering to indicate sequence). 4) Use mainly of Material Processes. Description To describe a particular person, place or thing. Identification: Identifies phenomenon to be described. Description: describes parts, qualities, characteristics. 1) Focus on specific Participants 2) Use of Attributive and Identifying Processes. 3) Frequent use of Ephitets and Classifiers in nominal groups. 4) Use of simple present tense. Report To describe the way things are, with reference to a range of natural, man- made and social phenomena in our environment. General classification: tells what the phenomenon under discussion is. Description tells what the phenomenon under discussion is like in terms of (1) parts, (2) qualities, (3) habits or behaviors, if living; uses, if non- natural. 1) Focus on Generic Participants. 2) Use of Relational Processes to state what is and that which it is. 3) Use of simple present tense (unless extinct). 4) No temporal sequence. Recount To retell events for the purpose of informing or entertaining Orientation: provides the setting and introduces participants Events: tell what happened, in what sequence. Re-orientation: optional- closure of events 1) Focus on specific Participants 2) Use of material processes 3) Circumstances of time and place 4) Use of past tense 5) Focus on temporal sequence. Narrative To amuse, entertain and to deal with actual or vicarious experience in different ways; Narratives deal with problematic events which lead to a crisis or turning point of some kind, which in turn finds a resolution. Orientation: sets the scene and introduces the participants. Evaluation: a stepping back to evaluate the plight. Complication: a crisis arises. Resolution: the crisis is resolved, for better or for worse. Re-orientation: optional. 1) Focus on specific and usually individualized Participants. 2) Use of Material Processes (and in this text, Behavioual and Verbal Processes. 3) Use of Relational Processes and Mental Processes. 4) Use of temporal conjunctions and temporal Circumstances. 5) Use of past tense. Perplexity is the beginning of knowledge. Kebingungan adalah awal pengetahuan.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 32 PROCEDURE a. Tujuan Komunikatif Teks : Memberi petunjuk tentang cara melakukan sesuatu melalui serangkaian tindakan atau langkah. b.Struktur Umum Teks : 1) Goal (Tujuan) : Berisi tentang apa yang akan dilakukan. 2) Materials (bahan-bahan) : Berisi bahan dan alat yang diperlukan untuk mencapai tujuan. (namun ini bersifat tidak wajib/optional, boleh ada boleh tidak ada). 3) Steps (langkah-langkah) : Berisi serangkaian tindakan /langkah-langkah yang mengarah tercapainya tujuan awal. c. Ciri Kebahasaan : 1) Menggunakan kalimat perintah : Misalnya:  put into,  don't mix,  cook and wait until boiled;  add sugar and milk. 1) Menggunakan "Action Verb" | "Material process" kata kerja tindakan misalnya; 1) prepare 21) steam 2) take 22) poach 3) remove 23) roast 4) put 24) bake 5) cut 25) simmer 6) hit 26) toss / mix 7) slice 27) grate 8) chop 28) drain 9) flip 29) blend 10) roll out 30) store 11) turn 31) grab 12) fold 32) heat 13) sprinke 33) peel 14) pour 34) feel 15) stir 35) squeeze 16) grind 36) melt 17) fry 37) use 18) barbeque 38) decorate 19) boil 39) garnish 20) stew 40) serve 2) Menggunakan "Connectives" (Kata sambung/Words of Sequences),) yang mengurutkan kegiatan misalnya; First = ... . Before = ... . firstly = ... . After = ... . Then = ... . Now = ... . After that = ... . Finally / at last = ... . 3) "Adverbials" untuk menyatakan rinci waktu, tempat atau cara yang akurat misalnya : 1) wait for ten minutes, 2) mix thoroughhly. 4) Subjeck / pelaku di sini biasanya "You" yang bersifat "Implicit" (secara tersirat) misalnya : add salt and grind all spices. Disini sudah jelas pelakunya "You" maka tidak usah ditulis.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 33 Contoh: Goal How to make an omelette. Materials Ingredients:  2 eggs  25g of oil  250 milk  Frying pan Steps Methods: o Take the pan and put it in the oil. Heat the oil until it is hot. o Break the eggs into a bowl and add the milk. o Beat the eggs and milk together and when mixed thoroughly, add to the frying pan. o Fry until the omlette in brown on one side and then turn it over in the pan. o When cooked, remove from the pan and serve with a garnish of parsley. Teks procedure umumnya menggunakan kalimat perintah. Cara membuat kalimat perintah adalah dengan cara meletakkan kata kerja bentuk 1 (VERB1) di awal kalimat, contoh: Verb1 Object Adverb Take the pan - Put it in the oil Heat the oil until it is hot Break the eggs into a bowl Add the milk - Beat the eggs and milk together Fry until the omelette is brown on one side turn it in the pan LATIHAN SOAL BAHASA INGGRIS-PROCEDURE TEXT Pineapple Stew Ingredients:  1 pineapple cut into dices  3 glasses of water  1 glass of granulated sugar Directions:  Boil water until boiled.  Then add sugar, cinnamon, and clovers.  Bring it to boil and add the pineapples.  Wait until you can smell the pineapple.  Remove from heat and serve cold. 1. The recipe tells you how to make …. A. granulated sugar B. pineapple stew C. ingredients D. dice 2. What ingredients are needed to make pineapple stew? A. Dice, glass, sugar B. Pineapples, water, sugar C. Glass, water, sugar D. Pineapples, dice, water 3. How much sugar do we need? A. 1 cup B. 1 glass C. 3 glasses D. 3 spoons 4. When do we have to stop boiling the pineapple? A. When the water is boiled B. When we smell the pineapple C. After we remove the stew from heat D. After sugar, cinamon, and clovers are added 5. How should you serve the pineapple stew? A. It is served cold B. It is served hot C. It is served raw D. It is served uncooked
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 34 SEKOTENG Ingredients:  1 large ginger  granulated sugar as desired  ½ piece of palm sugar  100 g peanuts, fried and get rid of its inner skin.  100 g green beans, boiled  3 slices of bread, slice into dices  100 g pomegranate seeds, boil until soft Instructions: Ginger water:  Peel and slice the ginger.  Boil it in a litre of water.  Add some granulated sugar and ½ piece of palm sugar.  Strain once it‘s boiled. Serving: o Pour some boiled ginger water into a small bowl. o Add 1 tbs of pomegranate seed, green bean and peanut. o Add some bread on top. (Source: BSE, Scaffolding English for Grade IX Students) 6. The generic structure of the text contains …. A. Goal-Steps B. Orientation-Events C. Goal-Ingredients-Steps D. Identification-Descriptions 7. To make sekoteng, we need... A. ginger, granulated sugar, palm sugar, peanut skin, green bean, bread, pomegranate seeds B. ginger, granulated sugar, palm, peanut, green bean, dices, pomegranate seeds C. ginger, granulated sugar, palm sugar, inner skin of peanut, green bean, bread D. ginger, sugar, peanut, green bean, bread, pomegranate seeds VANILLA DROPS COOKIES (Makes 4 dozen) Ingredients:  1 ½ cups all purpose flour  ¼ teaspoons baking powder  ¼ teaspoons vanilla extract  2 eggs  1 cup sugar Directions: Combine flour and baking powder, set aside. Beat eggs, sugar, and vanilla extract in a mixing bowl until light-coloured. Stir in the flour and baking powder mixture. Drop the batter by teaspoonfuls about 2 inches apart onto a greased and floured baking sheet. Set aside in a room temperature for 6 hours. Bake at 35°F for 6 minutes. Remove from baking sheet to a wire rack to cool. 8. The text gives us ... how to prepare vanilla drop cookies. A. instructions B. descriptions C. opinions D. stories 9. What ingredients do you need to make vanilla drops cookies? A. flour, mixing bowl, vanilla extract, eggs, and sugar B. flour, baking powder, vanilla extract, eggs, and sugar C. flour, baking powder, vanilla ice cream, eggs, and salt D. flour, baking powder, vanilla ice cream, eggs, and sugar
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 35 10. How long does it take to bake the cookies? A. 2 minutes B. 6 minutes C. 35 minutes D. 60 minutes 11. How many cookies will you get with the above recipe? A. 4 B. 12 C. 16 D. 48 Homemade Candy Ingredients:  1 c. water  1 c. granulated sugar  1 c. light corn syrup  1/2 tsp. peppermint oil or other flavour Directions:  Sprinkle a thick coat of powdered sugar on a cookie sheet.  Combine the granulated sugar, light corn syrup and water in a heavy saucepan.  Cook over medium-high heat until the hard-crack stage. (When the candy caramel cracks, then dip into cold water).  Remove from heat.  Add the peppermint oil or other flavour. Stir well.  Pour onto the cookie sheet.  Sprinkle with more powdered sugar.  Cut with a knife as soon as cool enough to handle. 12. What does the recipe explain you about? A. How to make candies B. How to sprinkle sugar on a cookie sheet C. How to stir well D. How to cut candies with a knife 13. What ingredients do you need to make it? A. water, granulated sugar , light corn syrup, peppermint oil B. water, sugar, corn, peppermint C. cookie sheet, caramel, powdered sugar D. a knife, cookie sheet, saucepan 14. How many steps are there to make candy? A. 4 B. 5 C. 8 D. 10 15. When do we cut the candy? A. Before sprinkle with more powdered sugar B. After we pour the mixture to the cookie sheet C. As soon as the candies cool enough to handle D. As soon as we remove the caramel from heat Making fried banana or Making pisang goreng is very easy. First you need some good bananas and some frying oil. You can slice the bananas into thin slices, then fry them in very hot oil until they turn brown. If you like, you can sprinkle some sugar on top. Otherwise, roll the bananas in flour before you fry them. 16. The main idea of the paragraph is …. A. slice the bananas into thin slices B. Making fried banana is very easy C. Roll the bananas in flour before you fry them D. Fry bananas in very hot oil until they turn brown 17. The text above talks about …. A. You need some good bananas B. Fry bananas in very hot oil until brown C. Making fried banana or making pisang goreng D. If you like sprinkle some sugar on top of bananas
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 36 18. The suitable title of the text above is …. A. How to frying bananas B. How to make fried banana C. How to roll the bananas in flour D. How to slice the bananas into thin slices KUNYIT ASAM Description: This traditional beverage has the function of reducing body odour, refreshing, smoothing, and slimming our body. Ingredients:  1 kg turmeric  1 kg palm sugar  250 g black tamarind  salt as much as needed  3 litre of water Instructions: Peel turmeric and wash it. Then, slice it. Use a grinder or blender to grind the sliced turmeric. Pour the ground turmeric into a deep pan and add the rest of the ingredients. Bring it to boil. Stir it occasionally. Once it is boiled, strain the mixture. Let it cool off and serve it with some ice cubes. 19. This recipe tells us how to make ―kunyit asam‖. It is a kind of …. A. cookie B. soup C. drink D. biscuit 20. We have to … the turmeric before we wash it. A. peel B. grind C. cut D. boil MIXED ICE (ES CAMPUR) (1 serving) Ingredients: ½ of avocado 3 tbs. of condensed milk 1 can of coconut water and coconut shavings some ice cubes How to make it: Cut the avocado into small pieces. Put ice cubes into the glass. Fill ½ of the glass with some coconut water and coconut shavings. Add the sliced avocado. Add the condensed milk on the top of avocado. Mixed Ice is ready to be served. Combine flour and baking powder. 21. The text tells you …. A. about avocado B. how to mix ice C. how to make Mixed Ice D. how to eat Mixed Ice 22. You need the following things to make Mixed Ice, EXCEPT …. A. avocado B. condensed milk C. ice cubes D. sugar 23. How much coconut water and coconut shavings do you need? A. 1 glass. B. ½ can. C. ½ glass D. ¼ glass How many servings can you get form the recipe? A. one B. three C. two D. four
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 37 24. You need 3 tbs. of condensed milk. The underlined word is the abbreviation of …. A. cup B. spoon C. teaspoon D. tablespoon How to turn on a computer  Turn the power supply on.  Turn the computer on  Turn the monitor on. How to turn off a computer  Click start menu.  Click Turn Off.  Click Turn Off again.  Turn the monitor then the power supply off. (source: BSE) 25. To turn on a computer, first we have to turn the … on. A. monitor B. start menu C. power supply D. computer 26. We must … the ―Turn Off‖ after we click start menu if we want to turn off a cmputer. A. click B. turn C. press D. push Printing a File  Turn the printer on.  Open the file that you want to print.  Click ―File‖. And then click ―print‖.  Check if the printer‘s name is the same as the one you are going to use. If it is not the same, then search for the name of the printer that you are going to use by clicking on the small triangle or arrow beside it.  Click ―pages‖ and then type the pages that you want to print.  Select the number of copies that you want to print by clicking on the arrows beside it.  Click ―OK‖ or ―Print‖. (source: BSE) 27. The text is about how to …. a file A. save B. print C. open D. delete 28. How do we open the file? A. Just by turning the printer on. B. Just by clicking the ―File‖ C. Just by clicking ―Print‖ D. Just by typing the pages 29. What do we have to do if the printer's name is not the same as the one we are going to use? A. Search for the name of the printer that we are going to use by clicking on the small triangle or arrow beside it B. Select the number of copies that you want to print by clicking on the arrows beside it. C. Click ―pages‖ and then type the pages that you want to print. D. Turn the printer off. 30. Which one is the best arrangement of the following sentences to make a good paragraph? 1. Pour the cooked noodles together with the soup into the bowl. 2. Your delicious noodle is ready to be served. 3. Boil noodles into 400 cc (2 glasses) of briskly water and simmer for three minutes. 4. Mix all with all the seasoning. 5. Pour the seasoning and chili powder in a bowl, while noodle is being cooked. a) 3 – 5 – 1 – 4 – 2 b) 3 – 5 – 1 – 2 – 4 c) 5 – 3 – 1 – 4 – 2 d) 5 – 3 – 1 – 2 – 4
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 38 Chicken Soup Ingredients:  3 pound, whole fried chicken  6 to 8 cups of water  1 diced garlic clove  1 cup of sliced onion  1 cup of sliced celery  ½ cup of sliced carrots  2 cup of chopped leeks  3 tablespoons of fresh chopped parsley  Freshly ground black pepper  Pinch of salt Method:  Rinse the chicken.  Place the chicken in a bowl and add vegetables, and enough water to cover them. Put the bowl into an oven and boil over medium-high heat.  Reduce heat to low and simmer, covered for 90 minutes.  Remove the chicken from the heat. Serve the steaming hot chicken, garnished with parsley, salt and ground black pepper. 31. What is the purpose of the text? A. To describe about the chicken soup B. To explain what the chicken soup is C. To show how to make the chicken soup D. To entertain the readers about the chicken soup 32. What do we do first after rinsing the chicken? A. Put the bowl into an oven B. Place the chicken in a bowl C. Reduce heat to low and simmer D. Add vegetable and enough water 33. ―…, and enough water to cover them.‖ (line 2) What does the word ―them‖ refer to? A. Chicken and bowl B. Vegetables and bowl C. Vegetables and chicken D. Bowl, chicken, and vegetabes Instruction:  Prepare a pan and some eggs.  Put some water in the pan.  Put some eggs in the pan.  Turn on the stove.  Put the pan on it.  Wait until the water is boiled.  Wait for 5 minutes.  The boiled eggs are ready. 34. What kind of dish is it based on the instruction? A. Hot dog. B. Omellete. C. Sandwich. D. Boiled eggs.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 39 Sunrise Salad Ingredients:  Some strawberries  Some grapes  A banana  A cup of yogurt  Some mint leaves Equipments:  A knife  A small bowl Steps: Wash the fruit and let them dry on paper towels Cut the strawberries and grapes in half on two slices Slice the banana into chunks Combine all the fruit in the large bowl and mix them Take three spoonfuls of mixed fruit and put them in a small bowl Add a bit of yoghurt on top of the fruit salad Place a small bundle of mint leaves on the yogurt as a garnish Sunrise salad is ready to serve 35. What is a small bowl for? A. To put mixed fruit. B. To mix all the fruit C. To place mixed fruit D. To add some mixed fruit 36. What should we do after we cut all the fruit? A. Combine them in a large bowl B. Garnish it with mint leaves C. Add a bit of yoghurt in it D. Serve it immediately 37. ―Slice the banana into chunks‖ (step 3) The underlined word means … A. Small pieces B. Large pieces C. Thick pieces D. Thin pieces Fortune knocks once at every man's door We all get at least one good opportunity in life; everybody has the opportunity to be successful in life. (Kita semua mendapatkan setidaknya satu kesempatan emas dalam hidup; setiap orang mempunyai kesempatan untuk berhasil dalam hidup)
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 40 BE + ADJECTIVES ADJECTIVES EXERCISE 2 Look at the ADJECTIVE in the first sentence. Then complete the second sentence with be + an adjective that has an opposite meaning. Use the adjective in the list. Use each adjective only one time.  beautiful  expensive  open  clean  fast  poor  cold  happy  short  dangerous  noisy  sour 1. I'm not sad. I 'm happy 2. Ice isn't hot. It‘s _____ 3. Mr.Thomas isn't rich. He‘s_____ 4. My hair isn't long. It‘s _____ 5. My clothes aren't dirty. They‘re _____ 6. Flowers aren't ugly. They‘re_____ 7. Cars aren't cheap. They‘re _____ 8. Airplanes aren't slow. They‘re _____ 9. Grammar isn't difficult. It‘s _____ 10. My sister isn't short. She‘s _____ 11. My grandparents aren't young. They‘re_____ 12. The roads aren't quiet. They‘re _____ 13. The isn't closed it‘s _____ 14. Guns aren't safe. They‘re _____ 15. Lemons aren't sweet. They‘re _____ Adjectives: -ed / -ing Forms Many adjectives can end in -ed or -ing. For example: 1. I'm excited about tomorrow. 2. This is an exciting book. 3. I'm interested in modern art. 4. I was really bored yesterday. 5. Modern art is interesting. 6. The news was shocking. 7. He's bored. 8. He's boring. ADJECTIVES EXERCISE 2 : Complete the sentences using -ing adjectives or -ed adjectives. 1. The girl seemed _____ in my thoughts and opinions. (interested / interseting ) 2. The children looked _____ by the old toys. (fascinated / fascinating) 3. I felt _____ after just a short time in the forest. (invigorated / invigorating) 4. The recent downward trend in poverty seems _____. (encouraged / encouraging) 5. _____ at the thought of moving away, Jonathon began to cry. (Terrified / Terrifying) 6. When you're not in good spirits, it is _____ to stay in bed all day. (tempted / tempting) 7. One finding that appeared _____ was that birth rates were declining. (troubled / troubling) 8. Never had Ann felt so _____ by the landscape she traveled through. (charmed / charming) 9. As _____ as it is to be with others, it's crucial to spend some time alone. (comforted / comforting) 10. The working mother was _____ at the thought of being labeled a "homemaker." (amused / amusing) DEGREES of COMPARISON Use as (adjective) as to show similarity. For example: 1. Jennifer is 163cm tall and Tony is 163cm. Tall. 2. Jennifer is as tall as Tony 3. This house is 40 years old, that house is also 40 years old. This house is as old as that house. 4. Spring is as warm as fall. 5. The Amazon isn't as long as the Nile 6. Is Japan as big as England? SIMILES: 1. His hair is as white as snow 2. Her skin is as smooth as silk 3. I am as free as a bird 4. He is as tall as a tree 5. He is as light as a feather 6. His face is as cold as ice 7. The train is as black as coal
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 41 COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES 1. A horse is bigger than a dog, but an elephant is the biggest 2. A goat is smaller than a cow, but a rabbit is the smallest 3. A bus is longer than a car, but a train is the longest 4. A donkey is shorter than a horse, but a got is the shortest 5. A motorcycle is faster than a bicycle, but a jet is the fastest ADJECTIVES EXERCISE 3: Superlatives at the zoo. Underline the best superlative adjective. 1. The giraffe is | the longest | the tallest | the smallest | animal in the zoo. It‘s 5.5 metres. 2. Mr Collins is | the youngest | the tallest | the smartest | man who works in the zoo. Mr Collins is 1.9 metres. 3. The elephant is | the heaviest | the youngest | the lightest | animal in the zoo. It‘s 5 tonnes. 4. The lion house is | the oldest | the widest | the smallest | building in the zoo. It was built in 1927. 5. The python is | the tallest | the longest | the fastest | snake in the zoo. It‘s 6 metres. 6. The ostrich has | the fastest | the largest | the smallest | eggs in the zoo. They weigh 1.6 kg. 7. The Shire horse is | the strongest | the heaviest | the longest | horse in the zoo. It can pull 50 tonnes. 8. Bruno, the baby lion is | the sharpest | the highest | the youngest | animal in the zoo. Bruno is two days old. DEGREES OF COMPARISON Positive Comparative Superlative Positive Comparative Superlative 1 Small Smaller The smallest Beautiful More beautiful The most beautiful 2 Big Bigger The biggest Helpful More helpful The most helpful 3 Short Shorter The shortest Helpless More helpless The most helpless 4 Long Longer The longest Dangerous More dangerous The most dangerous 5 Fast Faster The fastest Terrible More terrible The most terrible 6 Quick Quicker The quickest Responsible More responsible The most responsible 7 Busy Busier The busiest Generous More generous The most generous 8 Easy Easier The easiest Gorgeous More gorgeous The most gorgeous 9 Tidy Tidi er The tidiest Exciting More exciting The most exciting Tambahkan –er/ –est untuk adjective yang terdiri dari satu/dua suku kata Tambahkan more/ the most untuk adjective yang terdiri dari tiga suku kata/lebih ADJECTIVES EXERCISE 4 1. Generally, girls are ______ than boys. A. talkative B. most talkative C. more talkative 2. Cricket is an ______game. A. exciting B. more exciting C. the most exciting 3. Arpita is looking _______ in this dress. A. gorgeous B. more gorgeous C. the most gorgeous 4. She has a very ______voice. A. Sour B. sweet C. bitter 5. Diamond is the _______natural material. A. hard B. hardest C. harder 6. This exercise is quite ______ A. simple B. more simple C. the most simple 7. Rohan is a _______ boy. A. trustworthy B. trustworthier C. the trustworthest 8. The entire staff of the hotel we stayed at was very ________. A. friendly B. friendlier C. the friendliest 9. You are getting _____ all the time! A. good B. Better C. The best 10. Your efforts to accomplish this project are _____! A. outstanding B. more outstanding C. the most outstanding
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 42 Descriptive Text Teks yang bertujuan untuk menggambarkan sesuatu yang spesifik: seseorang, suatu benda, suatu tempat, seekor binatang. Teks description menggambarkan satu orang/benda/tempat/ binatang secara khusus. Teks description menyodorkan banyak informasi tentang orang/ benda/tempat/binatang tertentu secara gamblang, [sering] rinci, [acapkali] dapat divisualisasikan. Teks description umumnya memiliki struktur: Identification; pengenalan subjek atau hal yang akan dideskripsikan. Description; penginformasian ciri-ciri subjek—misalnya sifat-sifat psikologis, perilaku, tampilan fisik, fitur- fitur khas, kualitas, dan sejenisnya. THE GENERIC STRUCTURE Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum Paragraph 1 (Identification) Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum is a place to preserve the historical evidance of Mr. Soeharto's struggle and service to the country and nation since early independence up to the era of national development. Paragraph 2 (Description) As a tourist object, this museum also houses a number of the finest works of art presented to Mr. and Mrs. Soeharto by friends as well as colleagues from all concerns of the world. Paragraph 3 (Description) Through this booklet, one will have a glimpse at Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum. It covers the meaning and material of the existing collections consisting of various kinds and forms of work of art which makes this museum appealing to visit. CIRI KEBAHASAAN: Menggunakan kalimat Simple Present Tense, contoh: SUBJECT TOBE ADJECTIVE 1) My mother is beautiful 2) Dea is very good and helpful 3) Her teacher is very proud 4) She is is diligent and kind 5) She is not short 6) She is not tall 7) I am happy 8) They are generous SUBJECT TOBE ADVERB 1) She is in Year Seven at Mondial Lower Secondary School Place 2) Hendry is in his school Place 3) SMP N 5 Taman is in Pemalang Place 4) Lake Toba is in North Sumatra Place 5) SMPN 7 is on Jl. Pemuda Place 6) The post office is next to the bank Place 7) We are from Indonesia Place 8) It is 9.15 a.m. time SUBJECT TOBE NOUN / NOUN PHRASE ADVERB of PLACE 1) Tina is a student 2) James and his wife are a happy couple 3) SMP Putra Pertiwi is a good junior secondary school in West Jakarta 4) Hendry is a diligent and smart student in his school SUBJECT ADVERBS of FREQUENCY PREDICATE (VERB 1) OBJECT ADVERBS She likes reading stories He usually gets up at 4.00 a.m. every morning He always goes to school by bus He has curly brown hair Her friends often ask for her helps They like her We learn different kind of subjects
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 43 ADVERB OF MANNER Adjective Adverb of Manner 1. My son is very quiet He speaks quietly 2. He is a slow driver He drives slowly 3. He is a fast runner He run fast Adjective memberi sifat pada kata benda Adverb memberi keterangan pada kata kerja (Verb) Example: Peter is a bad tennis player. Peter plays tennis badly 1. He’s a dangerous driver. He drives ------------- 2. She’s a fast swimmer. She swims --------------- 3. Martin is a good cook. ---------------------------- 4. I’m a slow writer. ---------------------------------- 5. She’s a wonderful dancer. ------------------------ 6. Sheila is a hard worker. --------------------------- 7. They aren’t quick learners. ----------------------- Choose the correct words to complete the sentences.  carefully  carelessly  quietly  quickly  gradually  patiently  sadly  loudly  safely  brightly 1. The students are studying in the library. They are studying ____. 2. My mum usually drives ____. 3. We don't have much time. You need to eat ___. 4. After her cat got killed, she sat in her room crying _____. 5. She shouted ___ when she heard that she'd passed the exams. 6. He was driving ___ when his car crashed. 7. It was a beautiful summer afternoon with the sun shining____. 8. She was ____ waiting for him to arrive. 9. Thank God! A policeman brought her home _____. 10. _______ she was getting better after having some medicines EXAMPLES OF DESCRIPTIVE TEXT Safari Park or Taman Safari is a quite unique zoo. It lies about 90 kilometers from Jakarta. It lies in Cisarua, Bogor, about two kilometers from Puncak. This zoo reminds us of the similar park in Kenya, Africa. Although it is not as large as the one in Kenya, we can still enjoy the park which is about one hundred hectares. In conventional zoos, the animals are in cages, but not in the Safari Park; they wander freely. Visitors are in buses or cars. They are not allowed to get off the cars or buses. Visitors who don't have cars can use the touring buses available at the park. 1. Which statement is true based on the text? Safari Park is ... A. is the largest park in the world. B. as large as the park in Kenya, Africa. C. is smaller than the park in Kenya, Africa. D. is the same size as the park in Kenya, Africa.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 44 Barong dance-drama is one of the most popular dances in Bali. The dance enacts a battle between good and evil. The dancers appeal to the spirit world during performances. The barong dance-drama is believed to exorcise evil spirits from the village. The Barong dance-drama depicts a struggle between the witch Rangda and the barong, a mythical and benevolent beast. 2. From the text we can draw a conclusion that ... . A. Barong dance is not well-known in Bali B. There are more than one popular dances in Bali C. Barong Dance is known by few Balinese people D. Barong dance-drama is the most popular dance in Bali Natural Bridge National Park is a luscious tropical rainforest. It is located 110 kilometers south of Brisbane and is reached by following the Pacific Highway to Nerang and then by travelling through the Numinbah Valley. This scenic roadway lies in the shadow of the Lamington National Park. The phenomenon of the rock formed into a natural arch and the cave through which a waterfall cascades is a short 1 kilometer walk below a dense rainforest canopy from the main picnic area. Swimming is permitted in the rock pools. Night-time visitors to the cave will discover the unique feature of the glow worms. Picnic areas offer toilets, barbecues, shelter sheds, water and fire places; however, overnight camping is not permitted. 3. What does the text tell us about? A. Natural Bridge National Park B. The phenomenon of the rock C. tropical rainforests D. Picnic areas Tanah Lot is a well-known tourist resort in Bali. It really has a very lovely scenery with its natural beach. The rocks on the beach make it more beautiful. On one of the rocky hill, there is a pura called ‗Pura Tanah Lot‘. It is the place where the Hinduism followers do their prayer. 4. Based on the text, which statement is correct? A. Tanah Lot is a popular tourist resort in Bali. B. Tanah Lot is not a popular tourist resort in Bali. C. Bali is a well-known tourist resort in Tanah Lot. D. Bali is not well-known because of Tanah Lot. 5. Tanah lot has a very lovely view. The word 'view' has a similar meaning with ... A. scenery B. beach C. pura D. rock 6. Where is the Pura Tanah Lot? A. beside a rocky hill B. behind a rocky hill C. under a rocky hill D. on a rocky hill Javan rhinoceros is one kind of the rare rhinoceroses in the world. It is comparatively small and slender. It's about 1.7 meters high. Males have a single horn up to 10 inches in length. Females are usually hornless. Like other kinds of rhinoceros, javan rhinoceros eats grass and spends most time in water. Formerly the Javan rhinoceros lived in Myanmar, Indocina, the Malay Peninsula, Java, and Sumatra. It's now relatively scarce. People hunted them for their horns. We only find them in Ujungkulon, West Java now. 7. Based on the text, which one of the following statements is correct? A. Javan rhinoceros is very big. B. Javan rhinoceroses are rare animals. C. Male Javan rhinoceroses are hornless. D. People hunted Javan rhinoceroses for their skin.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 45 8. The Females are usually hornless. The word 'hornless' means .... A. having many horns B. having two horns C. having only one horn D. having no horn 9. It is comparatively small and slender. What is the synonim of the underlined word? A. big B. large C. thin D. thick 10. It's now relatively ...(2nd paragraph). What does the word 'it' refer to? A. Javan Rhinoceros' horn B. Javan Rhinoceros C. Malay Peninsula D. Sumatra The rafflesia arnoldi is the biggest flower in the world. It is unusual because of its large size. The flower is almost 100 centimeters in diameter and 140 centimeters in height. "Rafflesia" is derived from the name of the British Governor General, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, who once governed and built the Botanical Garden in Bogor. Though it is called Rafflesia after Raffles, the man who discovered the plant was Beccary, an Italian botanist who visited Sumatra in 1928. Rafflesia consists of two parts : the stick-like part which grows in the middle and the petals around and below it. While the flower is blossoming, it has a very unpleasant smell which affects insects, especially green flies. They seem eager to explore the flower. But if the flies touch the bottom part of the sticklike centre, they die. 11. What is the suitable tittle for the text? A. Stamford Raffles B. Italian Botanist C. Rafflesia Arnoldi D. Botanical Garden 12. Which statement is correct based on the text? A. Beccary built the Botanical Garden. B. Stamford Raffles is an Italian botanist. C. Berccary discovered Rafflesia Arnoldi. D. Rafflesia Arnoldi has a very nice smell. 13. Rafflesia arnoldi is unusual because of its.... size. A. small B. tiny C. big D. long 14. The word 'They' in the last paragraph refers to .... A. the green flies B. the parts of rafflesia C. the petal D. Stamford Raffles and Beccary The Bogor Botanical Gardens is located 60 km south of the capital of Jakarta in Bogor. The botanical gardens is situated in the city center of Bogor. The garden covers more than 80 hectares. It was built by Java's Dutch Governor-General Gustaaf Willem, Baron van Imhoff who was governor of Java at the time. The garden officially opened in 1817. It was used to research and develop plants and seeds from other parts of the Indonesian archipelago. This is a tradition that continues today and contributes to the garden reputation as a major center for botanical research. Today the garden contains more than 15,000 species of trees and plants. There are 400 types of palms. These plants help the garden creates a refuge for more than 50 different varieties of birds and bats. The bats can be known by the noise they make while competing for space. 15. What does the text mainly talk about? A. The garden founder. B. The width of the gardens C. The Bogor Botanical Gardens. D. The plants and animals in the gardens.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 46 16. How many types of palms are there in the Bogor Botanical Gardens? A. 15 types. B. 50 types. C. 60 types. D. 400 types 17. ―These plants help the gardens create a refuge for ...‖ What does the underlined word mean? A. give. B. help. C. make. D. Provide Taj Mahal is regarded as one of the eight wonders of the world. It was built by a Muslim Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his dear wife at Agra. Taj Mahal is a Mausoleum that houses the grave of queen Mumtaz Mahal. The mausoleum is a part of a vast complex comprising of a main gateway, an elaborate garden, a mosque (to the left), a guest house (to the right), and several other palatial buildings. The Taj is at the farthest end of this complex, with the river Jamuna behind it. The Taj stands on a raised, square platform (186 x 186 feet) with its four corners truncated, forming an unequal octagon. The architectural design uses the interlocking arabesque concept, in which each element stands on its own and perfectly integrates with the main structure. It uses the principles of self-replicating geometry and a symmetry of architectural elements. Its central dome is fifty-eight feet in diameter and rises to a height of 213 feet. It is flanked by four subsidiary domed chambers. The four graceful, slender minarets are 162.5 feet each. The central domed chamber and four adjoining chambers include many walls and panels of Islamic decoration. Taj Mahal is built entirely of white marble. Its stunning architectural beauty is beyond adequate description, particularly at dawn and sunset. The Taj seems to glow in the light of the full moon. On a foggy morning, the visitors experience the Taj as if suspended when viewed from across the Jamuna river. 18. What does the text tell us about? A. Taj Mahal B. Shah Jahan C. A Mausoleum D. The eight wonders 19. What is the main idea of the last paragraph? A. The Taj seems to glow at night. B. The architectural beauty of Taj Mahal. C. The view from across the Jamuna river. D. Taj Mahal is made entirely of white marble. 20. ...as one of the eight wonders of the world. (par.1) What does the underlined word mean? It means .... A. beauties B. miracles C. chambers D. decoration Write the meaning of the following words in Indonesian. English Indonesian 1. palm fiber 2. hip 3. arms 4. shawl 5. Sword 6. wood mask 7. colorful paper strings 8. bamboo structure 9. a giant doll 10. a horrible face 11. A pair of ondel-ondel 12. child circumcision 13. Procession 14. old days people
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 47 No pain, no gain : If we do not do hard work, and suffer some pain, we will achieve or gain nothing. 15. manifestation 16. god 17. goddess 18. circumcised boy 19. anger 20. guest 21. opening ceremony 22. giant 23. horrible 24. Male 25. Female 26. Clumsy 27. Interested 28. Evil 29. Move 30. Movement 31. Celebrate 32. Celebration 33. welcome A. Study the passive forms of the underlined phrase. 1) The male ondel-ondel is dressed like a man. 2) Its head is decorated with colorful paper strings. 3) Ondel-ondel is made of bamboo structure. 4) Its face is made of wood mask. 5) A pair of ondel-ondel are usually performed to celebrate a child circumcision. 6) Now ondel-ondel is performed to welcome guests in opening ceremonies held in Jakarta and places nearby. SUBJECT BE VERB3 OBJECT/COMPLEMENT I failed in some subjects in exam, but my friend passed in all. Now he is an engineer in Microsoft, and I am the owner of Microsoft – Bill Gates Don’t be afraid of advanced slowly, be afraid of nothing progress Jangan takut bila maju perlahan, takutlah bila tidak ada kemajuan. "Use your time wisely and do not waste even for a minute." Gunakan waktumu dengan bijak dan jangan sia-siakan meskipun hanya satu menit.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 48 INSTRUCTIONS : Read the following narrative texts and then choose the best answer a, b, c, or d. Onde-ondel is very popular in Jakarta. It is a giant doll with a horrible face. The male ondel-ondel is dressed like a man. He has a sword at his hip and a shawl over his shoulder. Its head is decorated with colorful paper strings. Ondel-ondel is made of bamboo structure. Its face is made of wood mask. Its hair is made of palm fibre. A man inside the structure moves it. The movement is very clumsy. Its arms are dropping. A pair of ondel-ondel are usually performed to celebrate a child circumcision. Traditional music, i.e. gambang keromong, qasidah, tanjidor or gendang pencak, accompanies the procession. Of course children are interested in following it. In the old days people believed that in couple of ondel-ondel were the manifestation of a god and a goddess who would protect the circumcised boy from danger or evil. Now ondel-ondel is performed to welcome guests in opening ceremonies held in Jakarta and places nearby. 1. Which part of ondel-ondel is frightening ? A. Its shoulder B. Its head C. Its face D. Its hip 2. What is the main idea of paragraph 2 ? A. What ondel-ondel is for B. Who moves ondel-ondel C. How to move ondel-ondel D. What ondel-ondel is made of 3. “A god and a goddess would protect the circumcised boy”. From the sentence we know that the god and the goddess would … . A. make the circumcised boy safe B. kill the circumcised boy C. hit the circumcised boy D. circumcise the boy 4. It is a giant doll with a horrible face. What is the synonym of the underlined word ? A. Happy B. Amusing C. Delighting D. Scary 5. What is the purpose of the text? A. To describe about ondel-ondel B. To entertain people with ondel-ondel C. To frighten children with ondel-ondel D. To tell steps of the ondel-ondel show 6. “A man inside the structure moves it” What does 'it' (2nd paragraph) refer to? A. ondel-ondel B. wood-mask C. bamboo D. hair 7. Based on the text, which statement is NOT TRUE? A. Ondel-ondel is made of bamboo. B. Ondel-ondel's face is made of wood- mask. C. Ondel-ondel is welknown in Jakarta. D. Ondel-ondel is not popular in Jakarta. 8. Ondel-ondel is a very popular giant doll with a horrible face. The ' giant ' means ... . A. very big B. very small C. tiny D. mini Everyday the students put on the school uniform, white and white for every Monday, white and blue for every Tuesday to Thursday, Batik and blue for every Friday and the scout uniform and the PMR uniform for every Saturday. 9. What days do the students wear the white and blue uniform? A. Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday B. Monday, Thursday and Saturday C. Tuesday, Monday, and Wednesday D. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10. The students wear ... every Friday. A. batik and blue B. scout uniform C. white and blue D. white and white
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 49 Jakarta, formerly Batavia, is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Indonesia. It is located on the northwest coast of Java Island at the mouth of the Ciliwung River. Jakarta dominates Indonesia's administrative, economic, and cultural activities, and is a major commercial and transportation hub within Asia. The climate is hot and humid. Rainfall occurs throughout the year. The heaviest rainfall occurs from November to May. The city lies on a flat and low plain. That is why flood disaster often happens during the periods of heavy rainfall. Jakarta is a magnet for migrants from other areas of Indonesia; during the late 1980s an estimated two hundreds and fifty migrants arrived daily. At the 1990 census, DKI Jakarta had a population of 8,259,266. The 1997 population was 9,341,400. These figures do not include seasonal residents who may number more than1 million. 11. How is the climate in Jakarta? A. cool and fresh B. hot and fresh C. hot and humid D. cool and humid 12. Heavy rainfall possibly takes place in Jakarta on …. A. December, January, February B. June, July, August C. April, May, June D. May, June, July 13. Flood often happens in Jakarta, because …. A. Jakarta lies on a flat low plain B. Jakarta is a metropolitan city. C. Jakarta is the capital city. D. Jakarta is high populated E. . 14. The city lies on a flat and low plain. The closest meaning to the underlined word is …. A. mountain B. climate C. land D. river Dea Dea is a very good and helpful student. She is in Year Seven at Mondial Lower Secondary School. Her teacher is very proud of her because she is very good at Mathematics, English and Science. Her friends often ask for her helps to solve math problems. They all like her and so do the teachers. Now she is thirteen years old. She is tall. Her hair is long. She is not fat. She is diligent and kind. She is also very helpful to her friends. She likes reading stories, cycling and playing badminton. 15. What is the text about? A. It tells about Dea‘s hobby. B. It describes about a life of a student. C. It tells a story about a girl named, Dea. D. It describes about Dea, a very good and helpful student. 16. ‖…Her teacher is very proud of her because…‖ The underlined word means…. A. envy B. satisfied C. arrogant D. comfortable 17. ‖... They all like her and so do the teachers.‖ The underlined word means .. A. Dea and her teacher B. Dea and her friends C. Her teachers D. Her friends 18. Which statement is Not True about the text? A. Nobody likes her because she is very helpful B. She is very good at 3 subjects at school C. She has a long hair and slim body D. She is thirteen years old
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 50 My friend, Hendry, is a diligent and smart student in his school. He gets up at 4.00 a.m. every morning. He always goes to school earlier than his friends. He goes to school by public transport and he sometimes goes home by motorcycle with his uncle. He‘s never absent. After school he usually helps his parents . They have a cloth store beside their house. In the evening he studies his lesson and he does the assignments given by his teacher. He seldom watches TV. He hardly ever goes to bed late. 19. How does Hendry go to school? A. by bus B. on foot C. by his car D. by motorcycle 20. What is Hendry like? A. He is diligent and smart student. B. He goes to school with his uncle. C. He‘s sometimes absent in his classroom. D. He does his assignment after going back from school. 21. ―After school he usually helps his parents.‖ Line 4 The underlined words can be replaced with … A. His father and grandfather. B. His mother and grandmother. C. His father and mother. D. His brother and sister. This is SMP Putra Pertiwi. It is a good junior secondary school in West Jakarta. The students of this school come here everyday. They do a lot of activities. They learn different kind of subjects, such as mathematics, Indonesia language, biology, and English. My name‘s Jessica. I‘ve got a sister, her name is Sandra. We both have long fair hair and big blue eyes. We look like our Dad, Ben. I have a brother called Magnus and he has short dark hair and he wears glasses. He looks like my mother, he has her long nose and small brown eyes. My family are all tall and slim, except me, I‘m medium height. I also have my mother‘s nose. Sandra is very pretty; she has lots of good friends. I‘ve only got one best friend. His name is Peter. He‘s good looking and very nice. I‘ve got two aunts and an uncle. Aunty Monica has got long, curly dark hair and uncle Alex has medium-length, short straight hair. He‘s very handsome. They‘ve got two beautiful young children. Aunty Josephine is only 21. She hasn‘t got any children yet, but she‘s got a rabbit. She has lovely, long straight dark hair, big dark eyes, and a lovely smile .(Reference: ESIS Student‘s Book VII Grade) 22. What does the text tell you? A. All about Jessica B. Identity and family C. School Life and friends D. Jessica‘s aunty and uncle 23. Which is not true according to the text above? A. Jessica looks like Ben B. Sandra has lots of good friends C. Aunty Josephine has got a rabbit D. Jessica has a sister but no brother Lake Toba is the largest lake in Southeast Asia. It is on the altitude of 800 meters above sea level, 100 kilometers long, and 30 meters wide. It is situated in the caldera of the huge Toba volcano which erupted approximately 75,000 years ago. 24. The text tells you about … . A. Lake Toba B. The huge volcano C. A large lake in South Asia D. The altitude of Lake Toba 25. The word volcano has the same meaning with a/an … . A. dormant volcano B. active mountain C. huge volcano D. caldera 26. The synonym of erupted is … . A. formed B. exploded C. triggered D. collapsed 27. The word approximately has the closest meaning with … . A. exactly B. the same C. precisely D. more or less
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 51 Thanksgiving Day is a day for giving thanks to God for the blessing during the year. It is celebrated once a year. The holiday is celebrated in the United States and Canada. On this day, people give thanks by feasting and praying. Thanksgiving is usually a family day. Families enjoy big dinners and joyous reunions. The tables are crowded with delicious food to eat. 28. How often do American and Canadian people have a Thanksgiving Day? A. Annually B. Daily C. Happily D. Joyfully 29. Why do they celebrate Thanksgiving Day? A. By feasting and praying B. They bless God during the year C. They thank to God for the blessing D. By big dinners and joyous reunions Kuta beach is perfect for beach lovers, family holiday and a paradise for the surfers. It is still the most favorite destination in Indonesia for foreigners or Indonesian. Kuta becah become one of popular tourist destinations for those who would like to enjoy the beauty of the beach, sunset and the hustle and bustle of nightlife in Kuta and Legian area. Not only that ,tourists have a chance to explore Bali island during the day, to view and feel the characters of Balinese custom and culture which are very unique. The friendly people, cosy atmosphere and amazing landscapes are really irresistible for us to visit. So welcome to this paradise. 30. The text above tells us about Kuta as ... A. a paradise B. the cosy place C. amazing landscape D. one of popular tourist destinations SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE Examples: 1) You speak English. 2) Do you speak English? 3) You do not speak English. Positive Negative Question I run. You run. We run. They run. He runs. She runs. It runs. I do not run. You do not run. We do not run. They do not run. He does not run. She does not run. It does not run. Do I run? Do you run? Do we run? Do they run? Does he run? Does she run? Does it run? S + Verb1 S + Verb1+s/es S + do not +Verb1 S + does not +Verb1 Do + S +Verb1 Does + S +Verb1
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 52 To Have Positive Negative Question I have. You have. We have. They have. He has. * She has. * It has. * I do not have. You do not have. We do not have. They do not have. He does not have. She does not have. It does not have. Do I have? Do you have? Do we have? Do they have? Does he have? Does she have? Does it have? S + have S + has S + do not + have S + does not + have Do + S+ have Does+ S+ have To Be Positive Negative Question I am. You are. We are. They are. He is. She is. It is. I am not. You are not. We are not. They are not. He is not. She is not. It is not. Am I? Are you? Are we? Are they? Is he? Is she? Is it? USE 1 Repeated Actions Examples: 1) I play tennis. 2) She does not play tennis. 3) Does he play tennis? 4) The train leaves every morning at 8 AM. 5) The train does not leave at 9 AM. 6) When does the train usually leave? 7) She always forgets her purse. 8) He never forgets his wallet. 9) Every twelve months, the Earth circles the Sun. 10) Does the Sun circle the Earth? USE 2 Facts or Generalizations Examples: 1. Cats like milk. 2. Birds do not like milk. 3. Do pigs like milk? 4. California is in America. 5. California is not in the United Kingdom. 6. Windows are made of glass. 7. Windows are not made of wood. 8. New York is a small city.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 53 USE 3 Scheduled Events in the Near Future USE 4 Future: Examples: 1) The train leaves tonight at 6 PM. 2) The bus does not arrive at 11 AM, it arrives at 11 PM. 3) When do we board the plane? 4) The party starts at 8 o'clock. 5) When does class begin tomorrow? USE 4 Now (Non-Continuous Verbs) Examples: 1. I am here now. 2. She is not here now. 3. He needs help right now. 4. He does not need help now. 5. He has his passport in his hand. 6. Do you have your passport with you? ADVERB OF FREQUENCY The examples below show the placement for grammar adverbs such as: always, only, never, ever, still, just, etc. Examples: ACTIVE /PASSIVE 1. Simple Present Active Once a week, Tom cleans the house. Passive Once a week, the house is cleaned by Tom. 2. Present Continuous Active Right now, Sarah is writing the letter. Passive Right now, the letter is being written by Sarah. 3. Simple Past Active Sam repaired the car. Passive The car was repaired by Sam. 4. Past Continuous Active The salesman was helping the customer when the thief came into the store. Passive The customer was being helped by the salesman when the thief came into the store.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 54 5. Present Perfect Active Many tourists have visited that castle. Passive That castle has been visited by many tourists. 6. Past Perfect Active George had repaired many cars before he received his mechanic's license. Passive Many cars had been repaired by George before he received his mechanic's license. 7. Simple Future will Active Someone will finish the work by 5:00 PM. Passive The work will be finished by 5:00 PM. 8. Simple Future be going to Active Sally is going to make a beautiful dinner tonight. Passive A beautiful dinner is going to be made by Sally tonight. 9. Future Continuous will Active At 8:00 PM tonight, John will be washing the dishes. Passive At 8:00 PM tonight, the dishes will be being washed by John. 10. Future Continuous be going to Active At 8:00 PM tonight, John is going to be washing the dishes. Passive At 8:00 PM tonight, the dishes are going to be being washed by John. Passive: S + Be + Verb3 A. Rewrite the following sentences into passive: 1. The boy writes poems. 2. The girl drove the blue car. 3. They have collected enough money. 4. They will open a new restaurant. 5. The little boy can draw pictures. 6. The guard watched the prisoner. 7. They will not play soccer. 8. They believe that he writes good poems. B. Rewrite these sentences starting with the words in bold: 1. Her friend gave her a book. 2. They offered him a job. 3. The man showed us the house. 4. My friend gave me a pen. "Nothing is impossible. Anything can happen as long as we believe. " Tidak ada yang mustahil. Semua bisa terjadi asalkan kita percaya. "Do not blame your past, because the past will never change." Jangan menyalahkan masa lalu anda, karena masa lalu tidak akan pernah berubah.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 55 DESCRIPTIVE VS REPORT Descriptive Text Report Text Pengertian Sebuah teks yang memberikan penjelasan hal yang lebih khusus Sebuah teks yang memberikan penjelasan hal yang lebih umum Contoh Stallone , My uncle’s horse Stallone is a stronge horse. It always helps my uncle every morning. It carries any fruits to the market. It has a long tail, strong legs, brown mane, and forelock. It can run fast. It likes fresh grass and sleeps in a clean stable Horses Horses have long necks, hairy coats, and long tails and manes. A mane is hair that grows on an animal‘s neck. Horses come in many colors, including black, brown, tan, and white. Horses have strong legs and bodies, and they can travel long distances. When they‘re on the move, they graze on grasses. Horses also eat oats and other grains. Tujuan Untuk memberikan informasi, menggambarkan, atau menjelaskan fenomena khusus tentang berbagai hal, baik masalah lingkungan, pendidikan, sosial, politik, budaya, manusia, binatang, benda dan sebagainya. Untuk memberikan informasi, menggambarkan, atau menjelaskan fenomena umum tentang berbagai hal, baik masalah lingkungan, pendidikan, sosial, politik, buday dan sebagainya. Struktur Teks 1) Identification: berisi informasi umum beserta klasifikasinya. 2) Description : Penjelasan lebih lanjut tentang sifat, ciri, bentuk dan penjelasan lainnya. 3) Menggunakan simple present 1) Identification: berisi informasi umum beserta klasifikasinya. 2) Description : Penjelasan lebih lanjut tentang sifat, ciri, bentuk dan penjelasan lainnya. 3) Menggunakan simple presentb REPORT Hasil pengamatan, penelaahan, penelitian, observasi, atau studi tentang benda, binatang, orang, atau tempat. Participant (yang dideskripsikan) pada report cenderung general. Data yang tersaji umumnya berupa simpulan umum akan karakteristik, ciri, dan atau keberadaan dan keadaan participant. Tujuan teks report adalah untuk menggambarkan participant apa adanya. Bila yang dibicarakan suatu benda, teks report lebih menyoroti fungsi dari benda tersebut. Teks report lazimnya menyodorkan suatu generalisasi akan participant yang diulas; generalisasi ini umumnya didapat lewat membandingkan yang satu dengan yang lain yang tergolong participant sejenis. Teks report umumnya memiliki struktur ; 1) general classification; pernyataan umum yang menerangkan subjek laporan, keterangan, dan klasifikasinya. 2) description; penginformasian ciri-ciri umum/generalisasi yang dimiliki subjek—misalnya sifat-sifat psikologis, perilaku, tampilan fisik, fitur-fitur khas, kualitas, dan sejenisnya. 3) Teks report umumnya menggunakan Simple Present Tense (Verb1): a) The butterfly is an insect. b) Butterfly ‘s wings are a bit like bird wings. c) Butterflies have an interesting life cycle. They start as eggs. 4) Teks report umumnya menggunakan kalimat pasif (be+Verb3) yaitu suatu kalimat yang lebih mengedepankan objeknya dari pada subyek pelakunya: a) Bird wings are made of feathers, but butterfly wings are made of tiny overlapping scales. b) When they are born, they are what we call caterpillars. c) These clear stages of changing on the way to adulthood are called metamorphosis. d) Butterflies can be found almost all over the world.
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 56 Contoh : BUTTERFLIES GENERAL CLASSIFICATION The butterfly is an insect. Butterflies are noted for their wings, which are often colorful and bright. DESCRIPTION Butterfly wings are a bit like bird wings. Bird wings are made of feathers, but butterfly wings are made of tiny overlapping scales. The wings are colored in various patterns. Some butterfly wings look iridescent (changing rainbow colors, depending on the light) because of the way light hits the scales. Butterflies have an interesting life cycle. They start as eggs. When they are born, they are what we call caterpillars. This is the larval stage for the caterpillar. The caterpillars then move into a cocoon, becoming what we call a chrysalis. This is the pupal stage. When the insect comes out of the cocoon, we call it a butterfly. This is the adult stage for the butterfly. These clear stages of changing on the way to adulthood are called metamorphosis. Many animals go through metamorphosis, but the butterfly‘s changes are more dramatic than most. DESCRIPTION Butterflies can be found almost all over the world. There may be as many as twenty thousand different species of butterflies. Butterflies usually eat flower nectar. Because of this, they are important to the life cycle of many flowers. Butterflies also need minerals, which they usually get from water found in dirt and sand. They reach their adult stage in the summer. Some butterflies migrate. The Monarch butterflies migrate about 3000 miles (4800 km) every year. They fly between Mexico and California. 1. What kind of animal is a butterfly? A. A bird B. An insect C. A spider D. A mammal 2. Which of the following about butterfly wings is TRUE? A. They are made of scales. B. They are just like bird wings. C. They are the colors of the rainbow. D. The wings are covered with same pattern. 3. The butterfly life cycle is ... . A. Egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, butterfly B. Larval, pupal, crystal, adult C. Egg, insectal, pupal, adult D. Chrysalis, Egg, butterfly 4. Metamorphosis is… A. a major change. B. the process of growing up. C. the adult stage for the butterfly D. turning from one thing into another. 5. Where can you find butterflies? A. The butterfly habitat is anywhere it is warm. B. You can find them in forests and tundra regions. C. Butterflies are restricted to the Americas. D. Butterflies can be found almost all over the world. 6. It belongs to reptile; it has for legs. it use it tail as weapon when it fights. it is originally from one of the island of the Indonesia Archipelago. People call its name the same as its place of origin. A. Crocodile B. Alligator C. Komodo D. Python 7. Choose the suitable word to complete the text. Fish are animals that live and breathe in water. Some fish live in the ......(7)....water of lakes and streams. Some fish live in the salt water of oceans. A few fish can live in both kinds of water. A. fresh B. salty C. warm D. cold
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 57 8. Choose the suitable word to complete the text. There are hundreds of different kinds of snakes. Not all of them are poisonous. And not all poisonous snakes ...(8)..... their victims. One snake, called the spitting cobra, has found another way to kill its victim. It spits venom through the air It can spit accurately from more than 30 centimeters away from its victim. The cobra aims between the eyes of its victim, blinding the animal, and keeping it from escaping. A. kill B. bite C. blind D. attack 9. Rearrange these sentences to make a good paragraph. 1) Jellyfish have stomach and mouth, but no heads. 2) They are invertebrate animals. 3) They are made almost entirely of water, which is why you can look through them. 4) This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. 5) Jellyfish are not really fish. 6) In fact, they have no bones at all. 7) They have nervous system for sensing the world around them, but no brains. A. 5 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 7 – 3 B. 5 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 3 – 7 C. 1 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 3 – 7 – 5 D. 1 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 5 – 7 – 3 Koala is a tree-dwelling marsupial with a specialized diet consisting almost exclusively of the leaves of eucalyptus trees. Koalas are native to Australia, where they are sometimes called koala bears or native bears, although koalas are not related to bears. Bears are placental mammals—their young develop fully inside the mother‘s body, nourished by a spongy organ called the placenta. As marsupial mammals, young koala are born while still in an undeveloped state. Newborn koalas complete their development inside a pouch on the mother‘s abdomen. Few wild animals rival the koala bear in popularity and recognition. Its teddy-bear appearance inspires human affection and intense concern for its survival, as more and more eucalyptus forests are cleared to make room for farmland, housing, and industry. 10. The text is about .. . A. Bears. B. Koalas. C. A marsupial. D. Eucalyptus trees. 11. What other name is used to call koala? A. Placental mammal B. Wild animal C. Native bear D. Bear 12. ― - their young develop fully inside the mother‘s body, …‖ (Paragraph 1) What does the underlined word refer to? A. Bears B. Koalas C. Eucalyptus trees D. Marsupial mammals Trees are plants. They are usually tall and have a main stem called a trunk. They come in many colors and sizes. The tallest trees are the tallest plants on Earth. Some trees can grow as tall as a soccer field length. Trees grow everywhere on Earth, except for deserts at the equator and the North and South poles. 13. What is the text about? A. Plants B. Trees C. Stem D. Trunk 14. What is a trunk? A. Trees or plants B. A soccer field length C. The main stem of a tree D. The equator, the North and South poles 15. The word ‗deserts‘ in the text means …. A. a land which is higher than a hill B. a land covered with trees and shrub C. a body of water in the middle of land D. an arid region with little or no vegetation
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 58 A crocodilian is a reptile that has a rough, scaly skin and thick, bony plates along its back and tail. Alligators are crocodilians. So are crocodiles, caimans, and gavials. Like other reptiles, crocodilians lay eggs and breathe air through lungs. They are also cold-blooded. Their body temperatures change with the air and water temperatures around them. They lie in the sun to warm up, and they swim to cool off. When you look at a crocodilian, you may think you are looking at a dinosaur. In a way, you are. Crocodilians have been around for millions of years. In fact, they are the only surviving members of the brachiosaurs, the dinosaurs known as the ruling reptiles. 16. What is the text about? A. What a crocodilian is B. How a crocodilian breathes C. Crocodilians as members of brachiosaurs D. Alligators, crocodiles, caimans, and gavials. 17. ―…, they are the only surviving members of the brachiosaurs, …‖ What does the underlined word mean? A. Extinct B. Inactive C. Existing D. Inheriting Tree is the largest of all plants. The tallest tree grows over 61 meters in height. Many trees also live longer than other plants. Some trees live for thousands of years. They are the oldest living things that man knows. People think that trees are different from other plants. Most of other plants grow only for a short time and then die. People think of trees as a permanent part of the landscape. Trees continue to grow as long as they live. They grow new lives and flowers. Leaves of a tree make food. The food keeps the tree alive and helps it grow. The flowers grow into fruits; the fruits contain seeds for making new trees. Trees are different from other plants like herbs and shrubs. Most trees grow at least 4.6 to 6.1 meters, but herbs and shrub are much shorter then trees. Trees have one woody stem, which is called a trunk. Herbs have soft and juicy stems. Shrubs are like trees, they have woody stem, but most shrubs have more than one stem, and none of the stems of the shrubs grows so thick or tall as a tree trunk There are thousands of kinds of trees. But, most trees belong to one of two main groups. They are broad leaf trees and needle leaf trees. These two types of trees grow in many parts of the world. Most other types of trees, such as palms and tree ferns, grow mainly in warm region. 18. What do leaves of a tree make? A. Fruits B. Food C. Seeds D. Flowers 19. One of these statements is true according to the text. A. All plants grow over 61 meters tall B. Trees grow new leaves and flowers to make food C. People think that trees live longer than other plants D. These are only two kinds of trees, big trees, and small trees Most people don't notice that giraffes have different patterns of spots. Certain species of giraffes have small spots. Other species have large spots. Some species have spots that are very regular. You can tell where one spot ends and another begins. Other species have spot that are kind of blotchy. This means the spots are not set off from each other as clearly. These are only two of many kinds of spots. The pattern of a giraffes' spots is called "marking'. No two giraffes have exactly the same marking. Giraffe's spots help them to blend in with their surroundings in Africa where they live. Being able to blend with surroundings help animals survive. If a lion can't see a giraffe, he certainly can't eat it. This is called 'protective coloration'. The animal's colour helps to protect it. Another thing that protect giraffes is their keen eyesight. Their large eyes are on the sides of their heads. Giraffes see anything that moves. They can see another animal a mile away. It is very hard to sneak up on a giraffe. Those who try usually get a quick kick with a powerful back leg. 20. What is protective coloration? A. An ability to see from long distance B. an ability to blend with surroundings C. The colour pattern of giraffe's spots D. The way to protect certain species 21. Giraffes protect themselves with their ... A. back legs B. front legs C. long necks D. small tails
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 59 Snakes are reptiles (cold-blooded creatures). They belong to the same group as lizards (the scaled group, Sumatra) but form a sub-group of their own (Serpents). Snakes have two legs but long time ago they had claws to help them slither along. Snakes are not slimy. They are covered in scales which are just bumps on the skin. Their skin is hard and glossy to reduce friction as the snake slithers along the ground. Snakes often sun bake on rocks in the warm weather. This is because snakes are cold-blooded and they need the sun‘s warmth to heat their body up. Most snakes live in the country. Some types of snakes live in trees; some live in water, but most live on the ground in deserted rabbit burrows, in thick, long grass and in old logs. A snake‘s diet usually consists of frogs, lizard, and mice and other snakes. Many snakes protect themselves with their fangs. Boa Constrictors can give you a bear hug which is so powerful it can crush every single bone in your body. Some snakes are protected by scaring their enemies away like the Cobra. The Flying snakes glide away from danger. Their ribs…apart and the skin stretches out. Its technique is just like the sugar glider‘s. 22. What is the main idea of the second paragraph? A. The habit of snakes B. The description of their bodies C. How snakes protect themselves D. The general classification of snakes Dinosaurs were a type of lizards. They lived from about 230 million to about 65 million years ago. In 1842, Sir Richard Owen created the word dinosaur. It came from Greek words denies, meaning ―terrible‖ and saguaros, meaning ―lizard‖. Dinosaurs lived on earth for about 140 million years. During the dinosaurian era, the days were short. The sun was not as hot as it is today. On earth there was only one big continent and one big ocean. The name of the continent was panged (all lands) and the name of the ocean was panthallassa (all seas). There were many kinds of dinosaurs. Some of them were very big and some others were small. Some dinosaurs ate leaves and some others ate meat. Some dinosaurs could fly. What happened to dinosaurs? Dinosaurs became extinct because there was a large comet hitting the earth. The comet caused fire and it killed the trees. Dinosaurs could not eat because there were no trees on earth and finally they died and became extinct. 23. The writer wrote the text …. A. to describe what the dinosaurs looks like B. to show the steps how to measure dinosaurs C. to inform people about dinosaurs and their lives D. to amuse people by showing the dinosaurs‘ power 24. ‖ The comet caused fire and it killed the trees.‖ (Paragraph 4) What does the underlined word refer to? A. Fire B. Trees C. Comet D. The earth 25. What is the main idea of paragraph 3? A. There were many kinds of dinosaurs B. Some dinosaurs could fly in the sky C. Many dinosaurs were small in form D. Dinosaurs ate leaves and mea IRREGULAR VERB LIST
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 60 Base (Verb1) Past (Verb2) past participle (Verb1) Meaning in Indonesian 1 Bet Bet Bet 2 cut cut cut 3 fit fit fit 4 hit hit hit 5 let let let 6 put put put 7 quit quit quit 8 set set set 9 shut shut shut 10 split split split 11 upset upset upset 12 burst burst burst 13 cast cast cast 14 cost cost cost 15 hurt hurt hurt 16 spread spread spread 17 knit knit/knitted knit/knitted 18 sit sat sat 19 spit spat/spit spat/spit 20 begin began begun 21 swim swam swum 22 ring rang rung 23 sing sang sung 24 spring sprang sprung 25 sting stung stung 26 swing swung swung 27 hang hung/hanged** hung/hanged 28 drink drank drunk 29 shrink shrank shrunk 30 stink stank stunk 31 think thought thought 32 bring brought brought 33 buy bought bought 34 seek sought sought 35 fight fought fought 36 catch caught caught 37 teach taught taught 38 creep crept crept 39 keep kept kept 40 sleep slept slept 41 sweep swept swept 42 weep wept wept 43 bleed bled bled 44 breed bred bred 45 feed fed fed 46 flee fled fled 47 lead led led 48 speed sped/speeded sped/speeded 49 meet met met 50 bend bent bent 51 lend lent lent 52 send sent sent 53 spend spent spent 54 deal dealt dealt 55 feel felt felt 56 kneel knelt knelt 57 dream dreamt/dreamed dreamt/dreamed 58 mean meant meant
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 61 59 spill spilt/spilled spilt/spilled 60 build built built 61 burn burnt/burned burnt/burned 62 hold held held 63 sell sold sold 64 tell told told 65 find found found 66 grind ground ground 67 wind wound wound 68 break broke broken 69 choose chose chosen 70 freeze froze frozen 71 speak spoke spoken 72 steal stole stolen 73 wake woke woken 74 weave wove woven 75 arise arose arisen 76 drive drove driven 77 ride rode ridden 78 rise rose risen 79 write wrote written 80 bite bit bitten 81 hide hid hidden 82 slide slid slid 83 get got gotten 84 forget forgot forgotten 85 give gave given 86 forgive forgave forgiven 87 forbid forbade/forbad forbidden 88 fall fell fallen 89 swell swelled swollen 90 dive dove/dived dived 91 blow blew blown 92 fly flew flown 93 grow grew grown 94 know knew known 95 throw threw thrown 96 draw drew drawn 97 withdraw withdrew withdrawn 98 show showed shown 99 eat ate eaten 100 beat beat beaten 101 take took taken 102 forsake forsook forsaken 103 mistake mistook mistaken 104 shake shook shaken 105 make made made 106 swear swore sworn 107 wear wore worn 108 tear tore torn 109 bear bore born 110 stand stood stood 111 understand understood understood 112 become became become 113 come came come 114 run ran run 115 dig dug dug 116 spin spun spun 117 stick stuck stuck 118 strike struck struck/stricken 119 do did done
  • UN PREPARATION smtr 1 /13-14/SMPN 5 TAMAN 62 120 go went gone 121 have had had 122 hear heard heard 123 lay laid laid 124 pay paid paid 125 say said said 126 lie lay lain 127 light lit/lighted lit/lighted 128 lose lost lost 129 leave left left 130 prove proved proven/proved 131 read read read 132 see saw seen 133 sew sewed sewn/sewed 134 shave shaved shaven/shaved 135 shine shined/shone shined/shone 136 shoot shot < td> shot 137 win won won 138 is/am was been 139 are were been PROVERBS: 1. Where there is a will there is a way "Dimana ada kemauan pasti ada jalan" 2. A friend in needs is a friend indeed "Seorang teman dalam kebutuhan adalah teman sesungguhya" 3. A man becomes learning by asking question "Dengan bertanya, orang akan lebih berpengetahuan" 4. A fruitless life is a useless life "Hidup yang tak menghasilkan apa-apa berarti hidup yang tak berguna" 5. Just be yourself "Jadilah diri kamu sendiri" 6. Don't judge the book by the cover "Janganlah melihat buku dari covernya" 7. A bad beginning makes a bad ending "Awal yang buruk membuat akhir yang buruk pula" 8. The right man is in the right place "Tempatkan seseorang di tempat yang tepat" 9. Make hay while the sun shines Kerjakan sesuatu saat waktuknya memungkinkan 10. Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it Ilmu pengetahuan adalah harta karun tetapi latihan adalah kunci pembukanya