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SIMPLE PAST
Examples:
1) You called Debbie.
2) Did you call Debbie?
3) You ...
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USE 2 A Series of Completed Actions :
Examples:
1. I finished work, walked ...
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A. Change the following verbs into the past forms.
Present
(verb1)
Past
(ve...
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D. Choose the best answer
1. Did you .......... to the cinema?
A. went B. g...
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GERUNDS
A. Like nouns, gerunds can be the subject, object or complement of ...
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A. USE 1 Interrupted Action in the Past :
Subject was/were+Verb1+ing Object...
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RECOUNT
Jenis teks yang kontennya melaporkan peristiwa, kejadian, atau kegi...
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6. Rearrange these phrases/ sentences into a good paragraph (part of a lett...
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Lionel Andrés Messi , born on 24 June 1987, is an Argentine footballer who
...
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Alfred Bernhard Nobel was a Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator, and
ornam...
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12. ―Our trip to the Blue Mountain‖
The underlined word has the same meanin...
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My Day at the Beach
Last week my friend and I were bored after three weeks ...
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On Thursday 24 April, Year Seven students went to the
Botanic Gardens. We w...
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Andy was on a plane. It was the first time for him. A
stewardess always hel...
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NARRATIVE TEXT
Jenis teks berupa cerita atau dongeng yang bertujuan menghib...
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THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANTS
Complete the table below.
Verb 1 Verb 2 Verb 3...
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SOAL – SOAL NARRATIF
Along while ago a tortoise...
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7. Rearrange the following sentences into a goo...
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Redfeathers, the hen, was so called because all...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
Maura, who liked to be thought of as the most b...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
SOAL-SOAL MENANYAKAN GAMBARAN UMUM
Congratulati...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
Last year I left New Zealand for Bunaken Island...
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Hooray! We had Fun with English in our school! ...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
17 Derriford Road
Beverly Hills
May 21, 2013
De...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
MEDI Cream
Quick relief from minor cuts, burns ...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
Boy Scouts learn useful skills while having fun...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
SOAL SOAL MENANYAKAN PIKIRAN UTAMA
Making cake ...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
Los Angeles, or L.A as it is called, is the USA...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
Snakes are reptiles (cold-blooded creatures). T...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
A cactus (plural: cacti) is any member of the p...
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SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang
Newspapers and magazines are very important in ...
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Although the jaguar is an animal that is not fo...
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SOAL – SOAL MENANYAKAN TUJUAN TEKS
Dear Ratih,
...
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My weekend was a disaster. It was actually my o...
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
Siap UN bahasa ingrris smp 2014 smtr 2   without keys, revised
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  1. 1. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 63 SIMPLE PAST Examples: 1) You called Debbie. 2) Did you call Debbie? 3) You did not call Debbie. 1) Regular Verbs: Positive Negative Question 1) I waited. 2) You waited. 3) We waited. 4) They waited. 5) He waited. 6) She waited. 7) It waited. I did not wait. You did not wait. We did not wait. They did not wait. He did not wait. She did not wait. It did not wait. Did I wait? Did you wait? Did we wait? Did they wait? Did he wait? Did she wait? Did it wait? S + Verb2 S + did not + Verb1 Did +S + Verb1 2. Irregular Verbs: Positive Negative Question 1) I had. 2) You had. 3) We had. 4) They had. 5) He had. 6) She had. 7) It had. I did not have. You did not have. We did not have. They did not have. He did not have. She did not have. It did not have. Did I have? Did you have? Did we have? Did they have? Did he have? Did she have? Did it have? S + Verb2 S + did not + Verb1 Did +S + Verb1 3. To Be Positive Negative Question Present  Past: 1) Is/am  was 2) Are  were I was. You were. We were. They were. He was. She was. It was. I was not. You were not. We were not. They were not. He was not. She was not. It was not. Was I? Were you? Were we? Were they? Was he? Was she? Was it? S + was S + were S + was not S + were not Was + S Were + S USE 1 Completed Action in the Past : Examples: 1) He washed his car‘ He didn't wash his car. 2) Last year, I didn't travel to Korea. 3) Did you have dinner last night? 4) She washed her car. 5) I saw a movie yesterday. I didn't see a play yesterday. SEMESTER II
  2. 2. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 64 USE 2 A Series of Completed Actions : Examples: 1. I finished work, walked to the beach, and found a nice place to swim. 2. He arrived from the airport at 8:00, checked into the hotel at 9:00, and met the others at 10:00. 3. Did you add flour, pour in the milk, and then add the eggs? USE 3 Duration in Past : Examples: 1. I lived in Brazil for two years. 2. Shauna studied Japanese for five years 3. They sat at the beach all day.They did not stay at the party the entire time 4. We talked on the phone for thirty minutes. 5. A: How long did you wait for them? B: We waited for one hour. USE 4 Habits in the Past : Examples: 1. Did you play a musical instrument when you were a kid? 2. They never went to school, they always skipped class 3. I studied French when I was a child. 4. He played the violin. 5. He didn't play the piano. 6. She worked at the movie theater after school. USE 5 Past Facts or Generalizations : Examples: 1. She was shy as a child, but now she is very outgoing. 2. He didn't like tomatoes before. 3. Did you live in Texas when you were a kid? 4. People paid much more to make cell phone calls in the past. exercises : Present to Past 1. I go to school everyday. Yesterday I _______ to school. 2. I fly to Paris every summer. Last summer I ____ to Paris. 3. I come to school by bus everyday. Yesterday, I ____ to school by bus. 4. I usually eat lunch at 11:00 a.m. Last Tuesday, I ____ lunch at 11:00 a.m. 5. My father drives to work every Monday. Last Monday, he _____ to work. 6. I usually buy cakes here. Last year,I _______ cakes here. 7. I see him once a week. Last week, I _____ him. 8. I usually have lunch at 1:00 p.m. Last Sunday, I ___ lunch at 1:00 p.m.
  3. 3. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 65 A. Change the following verbs into the past forms. Present (verb1) Past (verb2) Past Participle (verb3) Meaning in Indonesian 1. read 2. sleep 3. climb 4. write 5. buy 6. swim 7. go 8. drink 9. study 10. drive B. Transfrom the sentences to simple past tense. 1) They watched a good film two days ago. (-). _____________________________ 2) She didn’t eat her sandwich two hours ago. (-). _____________________________ 3) I didn’t play basketball yesterday because it was cold (-). _____________________________ 4) Did he finish his homework? (-). _____________________________ 5) The children wrote a letter last week. (-). _____________________________ C. Fill in the blanks with the given underlined words. 1) My sister and helped our mother yesterday. (help) 2) I _______ my house last weekend. (clean) 3) My brother _______ his car last week. (not /wash) 4) We _______ football last Saturday. (play) 5) They _______ TV last night. (not/watch) 6) The children _______ a book in dormitory yesterday. (read) 7) She _______ English last night. (not /study) 8) He _______ two hours yesterday. (sleep) 9) Fatih _______ an apple juice at lunch yesterday. (drink) 10) My brother _______ his homework after dinner last night. (not /do)
  4. 4. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 66 D. Choose the best answer 1. Did you .......... to the cinema? A. went B. go C. to go D. going 2. When did little Tom ........ the milk? A. drink B. drank C. drunk D. drinking 3. When did Mr. Smith ...... to London last Sunday? A. went B. go C. to go D. going 4. Where ...... you go yesterday? A. do B. did C. done D. doing 5. ...... she ...... the tennis match two days ago? A. Did /win B. Did /won C. Do/win D. Does /win E. Past tense and holiday Complete the postcard. Use the past tense verbs from the box to complete the postcard.  was  went  visited  arrived  took  wanted  were  lived  travelled  ate Dear Sammy, I am on holiday with my Mum and Dad in Paris. We (1) ___________ to Paris from London on the Eurostar train. The train (2) ___________through the Channel Tunnel under the English Channel. The train (3) _________ very fast and the journey (4) ___________ only 150 minutes. When we (5) ____________ at the hotel it was time for lunch. My Dad (6) ____________some snails! Ugh! In the afternoon I (7) ___________ to go to the Eiffel Tower but it was raining, so we (8) ___________the Palace of Versailles where the Kings and Queens of France (9) _______. There (10) ___________ a lot of beautiful fountains in the garden. Love from, Julia
  5. 5. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 67 GERUNDS A. Like nouns, gerunds can be the subject, object or complement of a sentence: 1. Smoking costs a lot of money. (= merokok menghabiskan banyak uang) 2. Hunting tigers is dangerous. (= berburu harimau itu berbahaya) 3. Flying makes me nervous. (= naik pesawat membuat saya takut) 4. Playing music makes us happy. (=bermain musik membuat kita senang) 1. I don't like stealing. (= saya tidak suka mencuri) 2. I hate waiting. (=saya tidak suka menunggu 1. My favourite hobby is reading. ( =hobi yang saya suka adalah membaca) 2. Reading is My favourite hobby. ( = membaca adalah hobi yang saya suka) B. Gerunds after Prepositions: 1. I will call you after arriving at the office. (=saya akan telfon anda setelah sampai di kanto) 2. Please have a drink before leaving. (minumlah sebelum berangkat) 3. I am looking forward to meeting you. (=saya berharap untuk berjumpa dengan anda) 4. Do you object to working late? (=saya berharap untuk berjumpa dengan anda) 5. Tara always dreams about going on holiday. C. Gerunds after Certain Verbs: 1. She is considering having a holiday. (=da sedang mempertimbangkan untuk mengadakan sebuah pesta) 2. Do you feel like going out? (=apakah anda ingin keluar rumah?) 3. I can't help falling in love with you. (=saya tidak bisa menahan untuk jatuh cinta dengan mu) 4. I can't stand not seeing you. (=saya tak tahan tak jumpa dengan mu) 5. I like playing tennis. (=saya suka bermain tenis) 6. It started raining. (=cuaca mulai hujan) D. Gerunds in Passive Sense: 1. I have three shirts that need washing. (need to be washed) 2. This letter requires signing. (needs to be signed) 3. The house wants repainting. (needs to be repainted) Past Continuous Examples: 1. You were studying when she called. 2. Were you studying when she called? 3. You were not studying when she called. Past Continuous Forms Positive Negative Question 1) I was singing. 2) You were singing. 3) We were singing. 4) They were singing. 5) He was singing. 6) She was singing. 7) It was singing. 1) I was not singing. 2) You were not singing. 3) We were not singing. 4) They were not singing. 5) He was not singing. 6) She was not singing. 7) It was not singing. 1) Was I singing? 2) Were you singing? 3) Were we singing? 4) Were they singing? 5) Was he singing? 6) Was she singing? 7) Was it singing? S+ was/were +Verb1ing S+ was/were not+Verb1ing Was/were + S +Verb1ing?
  6. 6. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 68 A. USE 1 Interrupted Action in the Past : Subject was/were+Verb1+ing Object when subject Verb2 Object I was watching TV when she called she was writing a letter When the phone rang Sammy was waiting for us when we got off the plane Induk kalimat Anak kalimat While Subject was/were+Verb1+ing Object subject Verb2 Object While I was watching TV she called While she was writing a letter the phone rang While Sammy was waiting for us we got off the plane Anak kalimat Induk kalimat More examples : 1) While we were having the picnic, it started to rain. 2) I was listening to my iPod, so I didn't hear the fire alarm. 3) You were not listening to me when I told you to turn the oven off. 4) While John was sleeping last night, someone stole his car. 5) While I was writing the email, the computer suddenly went off. 6) What were you doing when the earthquake started? 7) A: What were you doing when you broke your leg? B: I was snowboarding. B. USE 2 Specific Time as an Interruption : 1) Last night at 6 PM, I was eating dinner. 2) At midnight, we were still driving through the desert. 3) Yesterday at this time, I was sitting at my desk at work. C. USE 3 Parallel Actions: 1) I was studying while he was making dinner. 2) While Ellen was reading, Tim was watching television. 3) Were you listening while he was talking? 4) I wasn't paying attention while I was writing the letter, so I made several mistakes. 5) What were you doing while you were waiting? 6) Thomas wasn't working, and I wasn't working either. 7) They were eating dinner, discussing their plans, and having a good time. D. Fill in the gaps with the Past Continuous of the verbs in brackets. 1) The teacher __________ (not talk) when Mary arrived. 2) The pupils __________(play) when the bell rang. 3) Lucy __________ (do) her homework when someone knocked the door. 4) Mark´s parents __________(write) him a letter when they heard a crash. 5) Ann __________ (not sleep) when the alarm clock rang. 6) They __________(not watch) TV when their parents arrived. E. Arrange the words into meaningful sentences, begin your sentences with the underlined words. 1. passing by - the mouse - crying - the cat - was - started - while 2. a fire camp - it - darker - and - so - we - built - was getting- colder 3. was - lunch– came - Mary - they- when- preparing 4. entered - when - I - Mary - was - lunch – having - the cafeteria 5. when - an - passed by - was - A grasshopper - singing - ant 6. his dog - met - I - James - looking for - When - was- he
  7. 7. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 69 RECOUNT Jenis teks yang kontennya melaporkan peristiwa, kejadian, atau kegiatan yang menimpa seseorang, atau berupa pengalaman seseorang. Tujuan teks recount adalah untuk memberitahukan atau hiburan. Teks recount umumnya memiliki struktur:  orientation, pendahuluan atau pembuka berupa pengelanalan tokoh, waktu, dan tempat. (siapa, kapan, di mana /who, when, where)  events, rangkaian kejadian/peristiwa.  reorientation, penutup—ungkapan-ungkapan yang menunjukkan peristiwa/kejadian/ kegiatan sudah selesai. komentar pribadi akan peritiwa yang diutarakan, sifatnya opsional (boleh ada/boleh tidak ada)  Teks recount umumnya menggunakan kata kerja lampau (Past/Verb2) Contoh: Present (verb1) Past(verb2) Past Participle(verb2) Meaning 1. Is/am 2. have 3. go 4. choose 5. think 6. find 7. pinch 8. call 9. turn 10. realize Contoh : An Embarrassing Experience Yesterday was a really hot day. After I had had my lunch, I went to the town square to watch a local singing contest. I went there alone. Arriving there, I chose a place under a big tree. I thought it could save me from the strong sunlight. I actually did not really pay attention to the contest. I just went there to avoid a boring time at home. Suddenly, I found myself behind a young boy. I was really sure that he was my classmate, Andi. I pinched him a little and called his name. The boy was surprised. When he turned around. I finally realized that he was not my classmate. I could not say a word. That moment was just embarrassing. 1. What does the text tell us about? A. The writer‘s good day. B. The writer‘s singing contest C. The writer‘s daily activities D. The writer‘s embarrassing experience 2. Where was the writer standing while watching the singing contest? A. Near the stage B. Under a big tree C. In front of the television D. In the middle of the crowd 3. Why did the boy feel surprised? A. Suddenly someone stood next to him B. Someone pinched him and called out his name C. He met someone whom he hadn‘t met for long D. He saw someone acting stupid things in front of him 4. ―I thought it could save me from the strong sunlight.‖ (paragraph 2) what does ‗it‘ refer to? A. The tree B. The contest C. The sunlight D. The day 5. From the text, we can conclude that the writer felt … after he called a wrong person. A. shy B. worried C. embarrassed D. excited
  8. 8. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 70 6. Rearrange these phrases/ sentences into a good paragraph (part of a letter). 1) That baby was me. 2) Will you write to me back? 3) I started looking for you last year when I was a senior in high school. 4) Two days later, a couple came and adopted your baby. 5) Dear Amanda Perkins, 6) I would like to talk to you. 7) Nineteen years ago you gave birth to a baby girl at the North Side Hospital in Atlanta. 8) Now I go to James Madison University. A. 5 – 2 – 6 – 7 – 8 – 3 – 4 – 1 B. 5 – 6 – 8 – 3 – 7 – 4 – 2 – 1 C. 5 – 7 – 4 – 1 – 3 – 8 – 6 – 2 D. 5 – 8 – 3 – 2 – 1 – 7 – 4 – 6 It was a beautiful Sunday. As I am not an early bird by nature, I thought I would laze in bed for a while, but my mother told me to get up and not to laze the day away. Reluctantly, I dragged myself out of bed, but only after my mother promised to have breakfast ready for me very soon. Still feeling groggy, I tripped over my sister‘s doll and fell. I yelled out in pain and threw the doll through the door. My little sister was coming through the door at the same time, but managed to duck in the nick of time. However, the doll hit the passage wall and its head broke off. My sister then started to cry. My mother came out of the kitchen and furiously reprimanded me for my bad temper. Feeling unhappy, I went to the bathroom to brush my teeth. While brushing my teeth, I was lamenting the unfortunate things that had happened when, all of a sudden, the toothbrush broke into two. What a bad morning! I hope I will never have such a bad luck again. 7. What is the suitable title for the text? A. My mother B. My sister‘s doll C. A bad morning D. A broken toothbrush Read the following text! My friends and I went on a great picnic to the beach last Sunday. The bus picked us up at around seven o‘clock. At nine thirty we arrived at the beach. First we played volley ball for about an hour and after that we swam until lunch time. We took our own food. And after lunch we went for a walk to the waterfall. At around four, we came home. It was a great picnic ever. 8. Which is the true based on the text? A. Before they had lunch, they played volley ball. B. They continued to the waterfall by the bus C. They spent two hours at the beach D. They brought lunch from home 9. The bus picked us up... The underlined word refers to... A. My friends B. My friend and me C. The beach and waterfall D. A great picnic and the lunch 10. Arrrange these sentences into a good paragraph! 1. Next the wind came up and made the windows shake loudly. 2. Last night I couldn‘t sleep because of the heat. 3. Next time I‘m going to pay extra and stay in a decent place. 4. When it finally began to cool down around 11.30 p.m. the mosquitoes started to come out. 5. I woke up this morning with a sore neck. 6. This holiday is a nightmare. 7. At this point I got my sleeping bag and went out to the car. A. 6 – 2 – 4 – 1 - 7 – 5 – 3 B. 6 – 2 – 4 – 1 - 7 – 3 – 5 C. 5 – 6 - 2 – 4 – 1 – 7 – 3 D. 5 – 6 - 2 – 4 – 1 – 3 – 7
  9. 9. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 71 Lionel Andrés Messi , born on 24 June 1987, is an Argentine footballer who currently plays for Barcelona and the Argentine national team. He is one of the best football players of his generation and is frequently considered as the world's best contemporary player. Lionel Messi, whose playing style and ability have drawn comparisons to Diego Maradona, received Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year nominations by the age of 21 and won both by the age of 22. Diego Maradona once declared that Messi was his "successor." Lionel Messi's talent was early detected by his father. When he began playing with the local team, his potential was quickly identified by Barcelona . At the age of 11, he was diagnosed with a growth hormone deficiency, which is a medical condition in which the body does not produce enough growth hormone and whose treatment nessecitates a lot of money. He left Rosario-based Newell's Old Boys' youth team in 2000 and moved with his family to Europe, as Barcelona offered treatment for his growth hormone deficiency. Making his debut in the 2004–05 season, he broke the La Liga record for the youngest footballer to play a league game, and also the youngest to score a league goal. Major honours soon followed as Barcelona won La Liga in Messi's debut season, and won a double of the league and Champions League in 2006. His breakthrough season was in 2006–07; he became a first team regular, scoring a hat-trick in El Clásico and finishing with 14 goals in 26 league games. Perhaps his most successful season was the 2008–09 season, in which Messi scored 38 goals to play an integral part in a treble-winning campaign. 11. What is the text about? A. Lionel Andrés Messi B. Ballon d'Or and of the Year C. FIFA World Player of the Year D. FIFA World Youth Championship 12. Lionel Messi's talent was discovered ... . A. in Spain B. in Beijing C. in América D. in Argentina 13. Messi's health condition was critical ... . A. before he moved to Spain B. after he moved to Spain C. before a medical condition D. after a medical condition 14. He was offered a treatment for his disease by ... . A. Newell's Old Boys B. Barcelona C. El Clásico D. La Liga 15. Messi's best season with Barcelona was ... . A. 2004-2005 B. 2005-2006 C. 2006–2007 D. 2008–2009 Rahman, my roommate, and I had a great weekend. Last Saturday we got up early and had a big breakfast. Then we took the bus to go downtown and went to an art museum. The museum opened at nine o‘clock and we stayed there all morning. We saw some beautiful paintings. We had a guide who explained everything to us. I liked all the art, but Rahman didn‘t like the modern art very much. I bought copies of two paintings. I‘m going to put them on the wall of my bedroom. At one o‘clock, we were hungry so we had lunch at the museum cafeteria. After lunch, we took a walk in the park near the museum. We went home at five o‘clock. We were very tired, but we had a good time. On Sunday we stayed home and studied. 6. What did the writer and his roommate do last weekend? A. They liked all art. B. They had a big dinner. C. They went to an art museum. D. They watched people painting. 7. The main idea of the second paragraph is… A. A guide accompanied the visitors. B. The museum only displayed modern art. C. The writer and his roommate visited the museum. D. The guide helped visitors to buy the paintings displayed.
  10. 10. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 72 Alfred Bernhard Nobel was a Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator, and ornament manufacturer. He was the inventor of dynamite. He also owned Bofors, which he had redirected from its previous role as primarily an iron and steel producer to a major manufacturer of cannons and other ornaments. He held 355 different patents, dynamite being the most famous. In his last will, he used his enormous fortune to institute the Nobel Prizes. The synthetic element nobelium was named after him. He was the third son of Immanuel Nobel and Andriette Ahlsell Nobel. Born in Stckholm on 21 October 1833, he went with his family to Saint Petersburg in 1842, where his father invented modern plywood. He studied chemistry with Professor Nikolay Nickolaevich Zinin. When he was 18, he went to the United States to study chemistry for four years and worked for a short period under John Ericsson, who designed the American Civil War ironclad USS Monitor. Returning to Sweden, with his father after bankruptcy of his family business, he then devoted himself to the study of explosives, and especially to the safe manufacture and use of nitroglycerine (discovered in 1847 by Acanio Sobrero, one of his fellow students under Theophile-Jules Pelouze at the University of Turin. A big explosion occurred on 2 September 1864 at his factory in Heleneborg in Stockholm, killing five people. Among them was his younger brother, Emil. The foundations of the Nobel Prize were laid in 1895 when Alfred Nobel wrote his last will, leaving much of his wealth for its establishment. Since 1901, the prize has honoured men and women for outstanding achievements in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature and for work in peace. 8. Where did Alfred Nobel work with John Ericsson? A. In Sweden B. In the USA C. In Stockholm D. In Heleneborg 9. What is the main idea of paragraph 2? A. He returned to Sweden with his father B. Alfred Nobel devoted himself to the study of explosives C. A big explosion destroyed his factory in Heleneborg Stockholm D. A big explosion in Heleneborg in Stockholm killed many people 16. Which one is NOT CORRECT according to the text? A. Richard showed sense of music at a very early age B. Both Richards‘ parents were theater music performers C. Richard‘s musical composition is recognized in the present days D. Despite his interests and talents, Richard never managed to have a music career 17. Arrange the following sentences into a good paragraph! 1) It all happened very quickly, people just stood and watched. 2) A car stopped outside the shop, and two men got out. 3) He threw the brick at the window and smashed it. 4) They had masks on. 5) One of them held a brick in his hand. 6) One man took the coats from the window and the other put them in the back of the car. A. 2,3,4,1,6,5 B. 2,4,5,3,6,1 C. 2,4,6,3,1,5 D. 3,4,5,6,2,1 On Friday, we went to the Blue Mountain. We stayed at David and Della‘s house. It has a big garden with lots of colorful flowers and tennis court. On Saturday, we saw the Three Sisters and we went on the scenic railway. It was scary. Then, Mom and I went shopping with Della. We went to some antique shops and I tried on some old hats. On Sunday, we went on the scenic Skyway and it rocked. We saw cockatoos having shower. In the afternoon, we went home. 10. How many days did they take their trip? A. Two B. Tree C. Four D. Five 11. When did they go home? A. On Friday B. On Saturday C. On Sunday D. On Monday
  11. 11. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 73 12. ―Our trip to the Blue Mountain‖ The underlined word has the same meaning as….. A. duty B. journey C. mission D. experience Sunday morning a few days ago. When I was about to have my routine cup of coffee along with a bagel, I realized that I did not have any bread at all. I have to admit that I am unable to enjoy coffee without some kind of baked goods. Then I decided to run out to buy something, but all the stores were closed, but one. That store did not have any fresh pastries, and I ended up buying four slices of wheat bread. I was frustrated for two reasons: firstly, I couldn‘t enjoy drinking my coffee on Sunday morning; and secondly, the sales woman charged me $3.00 for four slices of bread! Next, I returned to the building where I live on the tenth floor, stepped into the elevator, pushed the button, and got out. When I reached my apartment and tried to unlock the door, I could not turn the key. I made a few attempts without success. I started banging on the door hoping to wake up my daughter. I was not successful at that either. I can‘t explain how it crossed my mind to check the number of the apartment. The apartment number was correct, except for the first digit: the apartment was on the ninth floor, but the tenth. I was shocked to realize that I had been banging on somebody else‘s door. I still muse over what might have happened if somebody had opened the door and what he or she would have said to me at 8:00 am on Sunday morning. 13. What is the purpose of the author in writing the text? A. To tell about his ruined Sunday morning routine B. To tell about his mistake in finding her apartment C. To show how angry he was for not being able to enter his apartment D. To tell about the expensive price of the bread he bought at a local store 14. When he went to the store, he intended to buy ... . A. Bread B. Fresh fruit C. Wheat bread D. Fresh pastries 15. Why couldn‘t he open the door of her apartment? A. he took the wrong key B. It was not her apartment. C. His apartment door was broken D. His daughter locked the door from the inside 16. Which statement is not true based on the text? A. She had to pay more for the bread. B. He could find what she wanted in the store. C. He had mistakenly tried to enter an apartment. D. There was not any baked goods to enjoy with her coffee. Dear Joke, I just got a call from Tina. She told me your father passed away a week ago. I’m sorry to hear such sad news. Please accept my condolences. I’m also sorry I couldn’t attend the funeral because I was already here in Padang. I know it must be very hard for you and your family, but time heals all wounds. Just remember him the way he was: caring, understanding, and so full of life. Take good care of yourself, will you, and if you and your family need me for anything, just call me, okay? I’ll be back next week. Yours, Mira 18. Which statement is true according to the text? A. Joke‘s father has left the family B. Mira was wound but time heals C. Mira shows that she‘s a friend in need D. Joke cannot call Mira because she‘s busy
  12. 12. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 74 My Day at the Beach Last week my friend and I were bored after three weeks of holidays, so we rode our bikes to Nyamplung Beach, which is only five kilometres from where I live. When we arrived at the beach, we were surprised to see there was hardly anyone there. After having a quick dip in the ocean, which was really cold, we realized one reason there were not many people there. It was also quite windy. After we bought some hot chips at the takeaway store nearby, we rode our bikes down the beach for a while, on the hard, damp part of the sand. We had the wind behind us and, before we knew it, we were many miles down the beach. Before we made the long trip back, we decided to paddle our feet in the water for a while, and then sat down for a rest. While we were sitting on the beach, just chatting, it suddenly dawned on us that all the way back, we would be riding into the strong wind. When we finally made it back home, we were both totally exhausted! But we learned some good lessons that day. 17. Which is not true based on the story? A. The writer and his friends went to the beach because they were bored B. It needed to ride about 5 kilometres to reach the beach C. Many people were at the beach when they got there D. They bought some hot chips On Wednesday, my students and I went to Jogjakarta. We stayed at Dirgahayu Hotel which is not far from Malioboro. On Thursday, we visited the temples in Prambanan. There are three big temples, the Brahmana, Syiwa, and Wisnu temples. They are really amazing. We visited only Brahma and Syiwa temples, because Wisnu temple was being renovated. On Friday morning, we went to Jogja Kraton. We spent about two hours there. We were lucky because we were led by a smart and friendly guide. Then we continued our journey to Borobudur. We arrived there at four p.m. At 5 p.m. we heard announcement that Borobudur gate would be closed. In the evening we left for Jakarta by Wisata bus. 18. The text mainly discusses … . A. the writer‘s trip to jogjakarta B. the writer‘s first visit to Prambanan C. the writer‘s impression about the guide D. the writer‘s impression about Borobudur 19. Which temple was being renovated? A. Syiwa B. Wisnu C. Brahma D. Borobudur 20. Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The writer and the students went to Jogjakarta for having a research B. The writer went to Kraton first and then to Borobudur C. The writer was very disappointed with the guide D. Malioboro is very far from Dirgahayu Hotel My weekend was a disaster. It was actually my older brother‘s twentieth birthday. To celebrate it, he wanted to eat out at a seafood restaurant not far from our house. So my parents, my brother, my sister, and I went there in the evening, we really enjoyed the food and my brother was very happy, especially with the gifts. But something terrible happened when we got home. All of us threw up. My brother and my sister had a stomachache. So, we immediately went to the hospital nearby. It turned out that we had food poisoning. Oh, what an awful day! 19. What is the suitable title for the text? A. An awful weekend B. Birthday celebration C. Eating out with family D. At a seafood restaurant 20. Where did they celebrate birthday party? A. At a seafood restaurant in the neighborhood B. At a restaurant not far from the hospital C. At a marina seafood eatery D. At the hospital near by
  13. 13. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 75 On Thursday 24 April, Year Seven students went to the Botanic Gardens. We walked Down and got into the bus. After we arrived at the gardens, we walked down to the Education Center. We went to have a look around. First we went to the Orchid Farm Mrs. Rita read us some of the information. Then we looked at all the lovely plants. After that we went down to a little spot in Botanic Gardens and had morning tea. Next we took some pictures and then we went back to the Education center to have lunch. After that we went for a walk. A lady took us around and introduced herself, then she explained what we were going to do. Next she took us in to the green house. It was most interesting. Soon after we have finished we went back outside. Then we got into the bus and returned to school. 21. What does the text tell you? A. A school excursion B. An outdoor morning tea C. Gardening Class of Year Seven D. A nice welcome from Botanic Gardens 22. Arrange these sentences to make a coherent paragraph! 1. They had to stay in a hotel. 2. They looked for some hotels to stay the night. 3. Johan and Bangkit went to Yogyakarta last month. 4. They didn't have any relatives there. 5. So they didn't need to eat out. 6. They enjoyed staying in the hotel very much. 7. Then they found a clean and good hotel 8. There was a restaurant in the hotel. A. 3-4-8-6-2-1-5-7 B. 3-2-4-7-1-8-6-5 C. 3-4-1-2-7-8-5-6 D. 3-8-2-1-5-7-6-4 23. Arrange these sentences to make a coherent paragraph! 1. My mother took me to a clinic 2. I stayed at home 3. The doctor examined and told me that I had a diarrhoea 4. He gave me some pills to stop it 5. Yesterday I didn‘t go to school 6. I had a stomachache 7. He also told me not to eat hot and spicy food yet 8. I ate too much Rujak A. 4-7-3-6-1-2-5-8 B. 6-8-1-5-6-2-4-7 C. 1-8-2-5-3-7-4-6 D. 5-2-6-8-1-3-4-7 24. Choose the right order of the following paragraph to make a good text. 1) I was even more surprised when the fish started to talk, ―Let me go or I will turn you into a frog.‖ I was startled that I just stared at it. 2) On a bright and sunny day I went fishing. 3) I pulled in the line and to my surprise; there was small fish at the end of the line. It was so small that I did not feel anything on the line. 4) When I reach the jetty, I put a worm on the hook and threw the line in and waited for the fish to bite. I was very disappointed when I did not catch anything after for three hour. A. 4 – 1 – 3 – 2 B. 2 – 4 – 3 – 1 C. 3 – 1 – 4 – 2 D. 1 – 3 – 2 – 4
  14. 14. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 76 Andy was on a plane. It was the first time for him. A stewardess always helped him. And she also gave him food, drink, snack and candies. He thought, ―How kind she is!‖ Then he heard an announcement, ―Good morning ladies and gentlemen. This flight will be flown by Captain Ferda. It will fly at an altitude of 28.000 feet. Well, ladies and gentlemen, have a pleasant flight.‖ Andy was so scared that he shut his eyes. Then, he looked outside at the clouds. ―Wow, I am flying now‘. He thought, ―What an exciting experience‖. 25. What does the text tell us about? It tells us about Andi‘s experience on his first …. A. flight B. voyage C. traveling D. excursion 26. Andi was so scared that he shut his eyes to look outside at the clouds. The underlined word has a similar meaning with … A. Frightened B. nervous C. happy D. sad On Sunday evening, my uncle and my aunt …..(27)…... to my house. They brought several bottles of soft-drink, and present for grandfather. Then, we sat together in the …..(28)…... Finally, grandpa blew the candle and cut the cake while we were …..(29)…... a ‗Happy Birthday‘ song for him. After giving each of us a piece of cake, he opened the present. He told us that he liked the present, and he was very …..(30)…... 27. 28. 29. 30. A. left B. came C. arrived D. visited A. bathroom B. kitchen C. bedroo D. living room A. singing B. dancing C. listening D. composing E. angry F. shy G. happy H. sad 1) It’s better to be with no one than to be with wrong one Lebih baik sendirian daripada bergaul dengan orang yang salah. 2) Show me a person who doesn’t make mistakes, and i’ll show you a person who doeesn’t do anything – Leonard Rubino Tunjukan pada saya seseorang yang tak pernah melakukan kesalahan, dan saya akan tunjukan paad anda seorang yang tidak pernah melakukan sesuatu pun Kalimat Seru (Exclamatory Sentences): What (betapa) How (betapa) Meaning 1) What a bad day ! How bad the day is ! Betapa buruk hari ini ! 2) What a big nose ! How big his nose is ! Betapa besar hidungnya ! 3) What a generous man ! How generous he is ! Betapa dermawwan pria itu ! 4) What a pretty girl ! How pretty she is ! Betapa cantik gadis itu ! 5) What a mess ! How messy it is ! Betapa berantakan tempat ini ! 6) What a pity ! How pity it is ! Sayang sekali ! 7) What a beautiful day ! How beautiful the day is ! Betapa indah hari ini ! What + Noun/Noun Phrase How + Adjcetive
  15. 15. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 77 NARRATIVE TEXT Jenis teks berupa cerita atau dongeng yang bertujuan menghibur pembaca. Ciri utama teks narrative adalah terdapatnya masalah (atau hal yang dianggap masalah atau pelik) dan langkah yang diambil untuk memecahkan masalah tersebut—ini umumnya berupa solusi atau penyelesaian. Konten teks narrative dapat berupa cerita khayalan atau kisah nyata yang mendapatkan bumbu-bumbu perekayasa. Teks narrative umumnya memiliki struktur: 1) Tokoh fiktif. 2) ORIENTATION, pendahuluan atau pembuka berupa pengelanalan tokoh, waktu, dan tempat. 3) COMPLICATION / CRISIS, pengembangan konflik atau pemunculan masalah. 4) RESOLUTION, penyelesaian konflik atau langkah yang diambil untuk merespon masalah. 5) RE-ORIENTATION, penutup—ungkapan-ungkapan yang menunjukkan cerita sudah berakhir, ini sifatnya opsional. 6) CODA, perubahan yang terjadi pada tokoh dan pelajaran yang dapat dipetik dari cerita; sifatnya opsional (pilihan; boleh ada, boleh tidak ada). 7) Teks naratif biasanya menggunakan kata kerja bentuk lampau (past/Verb2), Bentuk waktu yang lain seperti Present Tense, Present Continuous Tense dan lainnya, bersifat temporal. Maksudnya, hanya ada ketika terdapat percakapan antar tokoh. Contoh: "Hi, man. What are you doing here?" asked Angger. 8) Di dalam teks narrative ada ajaran nilai moral (Moral Value) yang terkandung dalam cerita tersebut secara implisit. 9) Paragraf pertama biasanya didahului dengan Once, Once upon a time ... (pada zaman dahulu kala), paragraf kedua biasanya diawali dengan One day... . 10) Tujuan teks naratif adalah untuk menghibur (to entertain/to amuse) pendengar / pembaca ORIENTATION (who, where, when) Little Red Riding Hood lived in a wood with her mother COMPLICATION One day, Little Red Riding Hood went to see her Granny. She had a nice cake in her basket.On her way, Little Red Riding Hood met a wolf. ―Hello‖ said the wolf. ―Where are you going?‖ ―I‘m going to see my grandmother. She lives in a house behind those trees.‖ The wolf ran to her Granny‘s house, and ate Granny up. He got into Granny‘s bed. A little later, Little Red Riding Hood reached the house. She looked at the wolf. ―Granny, what big eyes you have!‖ ―All the better to see you with!‖ said the wolf. ―Granny, what big ears you have!‖ ―All the better to hear you with!‖ said the wolf. ―Granny, what abig nose you have!‖ ―All the better to smell you with!‖ said the wolf. ―Granny, what big teeth you have!‖ ―All the better to eat you with!‖ shouted the wolf. RESOLUTION A woodcutter was in the wood. He heard a load scream, and ran to the house. The woodcutter hit the wolf over the head. The wolf opened his mouth wide and shouted – and Granny jumped out. The wolf ran away and Little Red Riding Hood never saw the wolf again. 1. What did Little Red Riding Hood bring for her grandmother? A. A nice cake B. A basket C. A wood D. A wolf 2. Where did the story happen? A. In the neverland B. In the forrest C. In high land D. In the hut 3. Who helped Little Red Riding Hood when she was in danger? A. The wolf B. Her mother C. The woodcutter D. Her grandmother 4. What is the moral value of the story? A. Don‘t be greedy. B. Be nice to a stranger. C. Never give up trying. D. Don‘t talk to a stranger.
  16. 16. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 78 THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANTS Complete the table below. Verb 1 Verb 2 Verb 3 meaning 1 Hop 2 Hope 3 Laugh 4 Explain 5 Answer 6 reply 7 knock 8 Beg 9 Work 10 Is 11 are 12 spend 13 say 14 come One summer, a grasshopper spent his days merrily singing and dancing. Everywhere he hopped, ants were busy gathering grains of wheat and corn. He laughed at the ants and said, "How dull! Why don't you sing and dance with me instead of working in the hot sun?" "We are storing away food for the winter.' they explained. "You should do the same." The grasshopper laughed and replied, "Why worry about winter? I have plenty to eat for now." And he hopped away to look for someone to play with. But when winter came, the grasshopper could find no more food. Shivering, he knocked at the ants' door. "Can you spare me some seeds?" he begged. "I'm too cold and hungry to even sing!" "We worked hard all summer to store away food," they answered. "What were you doing?" "I was busy singing and dancing," he said. "Then sing and dance for us now!" they told him. "It's time to work for your dinner." 1. Why was the grasshopper singing and dancing? A. He was working happily. B. It was such a beautiful day. C. He was entertaining the ants D. The ants liked his song and dance. 2. What happened to the grasshopper when the winter came? A. He collected some food. B. He had much food to eat. C. He was hungry. D. He was happy. 3. What is the purpose of the text? A. To show how to collect food B. To describe a grasshopper C. To entertain the reader D. To tell the past events 4. What is the moral value of the text? A. Don‘t get fooled by others. B. Don't play when you have to work. C. We should act fast to get what we want. D. Be thankful to those who have helped you.
  17. 17. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 79 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang SOAL – SOAL NARRATIF Along while ago a tortoise sat on the dusty land and watched the birds wheeling and circling in the air over his head. He grew dissatisfied with his lowly life when he saw so many of them enjoying themselves in the clear blue sky; he longed to join them and share their freedom.‖ If only I could get myself up into the air I‘m sure I could soar and swoop with the best of them,‖ he thought. He pondered on this problem for a long time; the sun burned down and he got hotter and more discontented as he enviously watched the birds. Suddenly an eagle came to rest on a rock close beside him and, seizing such a favorable opportunity, the tortoise offered all the treasures of the sea if only the monarch of the air would teach him to fly. The eagle at first declined the task, for he considered it not only absurd but impossible, but, being further pressed by the entreaties and promises of the tortoise, he finally agreed to try. Taking him up to a great height in the air, the eagle loosened his hold, bidding the stupid tortoise to fly it cold. Before the misguided creature could express a word of thanks he fell upon a huge rock and was dashed to pieces. 1. Which statement is true according to the text above? A. A tortoise felt satisfied with his lowly life B. The eagle didn‘t take the tortoise to the sky. C. The tortoise died because it fell upon a huge rock. D. The treasures of the sea would be the prize for the tortoise 2. ―… was dashed to pieces.‖ The underlined word means… A. thrown B. moved C. gone D. run 3. ‖… longed to join them and share their…‖. The underlined word means… A. The birds B. Themselves C. The clear blue skies D. A tortoise and the treasure One day when a rabbit was walking in the forest, he heard someone crying out, ―Help! Help!‖ he looked around, and finally he saw a wolf. A great stone had fallen on his back so that he could not get up. He asked the rabbit‘s help, and said that he would die if nobody helped him. The rabbit worked very hard, and finally managed to get the big stone off the wolf‘s back. Then the wolf jumped up and caught the rabbit in his mouth. The rabbit cried and asked for mercy, but the wolf insisted on killing him for his meal. Then the rabbit said, ―No good person kills someone who has helped him. It is not fair. You can ask the duck who is very fat and knows everything.‖ So, both of them went to the tortoise. He listened to their story, and then he said, ―Show me the stone.‖ They went to the stone. ―Now let me be sure about this,‖ said the tortoise. ―Put the stone on the wolf‘s back exactly as it was when you found him.‖ So the wolf lay down, and with much effort the stone was put on his back again. ―Well, what do you think?‖ the wolf asked the tortoise. The tortoise thought for a moment. Then he said, ―I think you were wrong to be cruel to the rabbit, who had helped you. Now see if someone else will help you! And leaving him in the sorry state in which the rabbit had come upon him, they went their way. 4. ―It is not fair‖ (Paragraph 3) What is the synonym of the underlined word? A. Light B. Just C. Bright D. Mediocre 5. What is the suitable title for the story? A. The wise duck B. The fool wolf C. The helpful rabbit D. The rabbit and the wolf 6. What lesson can we learn from the story? A. Don‘t get fooled by others. B. We should act fast to get what we want. C. Be thankful to those who have helped you. D. We shouldn‘t help a person stronger than us.
  18. 18. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 80 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang 7. Rearrange the following sentences into a good paragraph. 1. Bandung Bondowoso asked Roro Jongrang to marry him. 2. Roro Jongrang agreed to marry Bandung on one condition. 3. A long time ago in Prambanan Palace lived a King Baka and his daughter, Roro Jongrang. 4. One day, Bandung Bondowoso killed King Baka to conquer Prambanan. 5. At last, the genie left the temple uncompleted. 6. The work was almost finished when Roro woke the sun. 7. Then, Bandung asked the genie for help. 8. Bandung had to present one thousand temples in one night. A. 3 – 6 – 4 – 1 – 8 – 7 – 2 – 5 B. 3 – 4 – 1 – 2 – 8 – 7 – 6 – 5 C. 3 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 8 – 7 – 2 – 5 D. 3 – 1 – 4 – 2 – 7 – 8 – 6 – 5 JUHHA‘S WONDERS Once upon a time, there was a very small village in Baghdad. Its population is very small. In this village everybody knew each other and knew every little or big problems that went on in the village. In this small village there was a bakery, which was popular for its delicious bread. One day a poor old man was walking in the street passing the bakery and he stopped to smell the scent of the bread which was spreading out of the bakery. Suddenly, the baker caught the old man and shouted at him demanding the price of the bread‘s smell?!!? He nearly took him to the police. A very famous wise man named Juhha heard the baker shouting. So, he went to him and asked about the problem. Juhha stood calmly listening to the baker and he thought of a solution. After few minutes Juhha‘s eyes glittered and an amused smile was on his face. He asked the baker ―How much money do you want?‖ The baker and poor man were astonished, but the baker answered ―3 dinar‖. Juhha took the money out of his wallet and put it in his pocket and shook the money. ―Did you hear the sound of the money?‖ Juhha asked. ―Yes I did‖, the baker replied, and with a big smile Juhha said ―Well then, this is the price of your bread‘s scent! 8. What is the story about? A. Juhha, the old man from Baghdad. B. The famous and humble baker from Baghdad. C. The greedy baker , Juhha, and the poor old man. D. The scent of the bread that was already out to the bakery. 9. Why did the baker ask 3 dinars to the poor old man? A. The baker wanted the price of the bread‘s smell B. The poor old man was passing his baker‘s C. Juhha offered the baker the money D. Juhha heard the baker shouting 10. What message is the text trying to tell us? A. If you work hard, you can get what you want B. Don‘t be greedy or you‘ll end up with nothing C. Help your friend and he/she will also help you D. Save yourself because nobody is going to save you 11. Rearrange these sentences into a good paragraph! 1. Midas longed to be even richer. 2. One day, he decided to travel to far away land to find the philosopher‘s stone. 3. He wanted to be richer than all the kings in the world put together. 4. Long ago there lived a king who was the richest man in the world. 5. He believed the stone had the power to turn things into gold. 6. His name was Midas; however, he was not happy. A. 4 – 1 – 3 – 6 – 5 – 2 B. 2 – 5 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 3 C. 2 – 6 – 1 – 3 – 5 – 4 D. 4 – 6 – 1 – 3 – 2 – 5
  19. 19. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 81 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang Redfeathers, the hen, was so called because all her feathers were red. One day, the fox caught sight of her in the farmyard and his mouth began to water. He ran home and told his wife to put on water for boiling a chicken, and then he rushed back, and before Redfeathers knew what was happening, she found herself napped up inside a sack and not even able to call for help. Luckily for her, her friend the dove saw what had happened. She fluttered on the path in the woods, and lay there, pretending to have a broken wing. The fox was delighted to find that he now had a first course as well as the main dish. He put down the sack with the hen in it and chased off after the dove, who began cleverly to hop further and further away. Redfeathers slipped out of the sack and put a stone in her place, then she too ran off. When the dove saw that her friend was safe, she flew up into a tree. The fox then went back and picked up the sack, thinking that the hen was still in it. When he got home, the fox tipped the sack into the pot of boiling water, but the stone splashed it all over him, and he burned his greedy paws. 12. ―The fox was delighted to find that he now had a first course as well as the main dish.‖ Which of the following can replace the underlined word above? A. enchanted B. frightened C. surprised D. pleased 13. What is the main idea of paragraph 3? A. The greedy fox trying to get more food B. The dove‘s attempts to save the hen C. The fox‘s preparation to cook a big meal D. Redfeathers‘ escape from the fox Once upon a time, there live a kind young prince named Jonathan. He was loved and adored by his people. His two close friends were Peter Piper, the servant of the palace, and Franklin Greedy, the son of an aristocrat. One day, the Prince, Peter Piper, and Franklin Greedy were walking through the forest. Suddenly, a group of bandits attacked the three boys near an old house. They entered the old house and blockaded the gate and doors. The three boys were trapped inside the house. Franklin was very terrified and asked the Prince to surrender immediately, but Peter was not afraid. He urged and supported the Prince not to give up. The Prince decided not to surrender because he realized that he would become a hostage for the bandits to ask for ransom to his father, but Franklin was scared and wanted to make a deal, it made Peter suspicious about Franklin‘s behavior. So, he quietly made up a plan for him and the Prince to escape. Early at dawn, Franklin opened the front gate and unlocked the doors. The bandits entered the house in search of the Prince. When they came to the room where the prince was supposed to be sleeping, no one was there. Suddenly they heard a horse running outside the house and saw over the window that Peter Piper and the Prince were running away on one of the bandit‘s horses. It turns out, Peter Piper sneaked out of the house and waited in the yard, while the Prince was hiding behind the house. The bandits were very angry with Franklin and took him with them while the Prince and Peter went safely going back to the capital. 14. What is the purpose of the text? A. To entertain the readers B. To retell past experiences C. To give instructions to do something D. To present information about a subject 15. What is the main idea of the last paragraph? A. Franklin‘s loyalty B. The prince‘s escape C. The bandits‘ attacked D. Hiding in the old house
  20. 20. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 82 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang Maura, who liked to be thought of as the most beautiful and powerful queen of Arabia, had many suitors. One by one she had discarded them, until her list was reduced to just three sheiks, all equally young and handsome, rich and strong.1t was very hard to decide who would be the best of them. One evening, Maura disguised herself and went to the camp of three sheiks, as they were about to have dinner, and asked them for something to eat. The first gave her some leftover food; the second gave her some unappetizing camel's tails; the third sheik, why called Hakim, offered her some of the most tender and tasty meat. After dinner, the disguised queen left the sheiks' camp. The following day the queen invited the three sheiks to dinner at her palace. She ordered her servants to give each exactly what they had given her the evening before. Hakim, who received a plate of delicious meat, refused to eat it if the other two could not share it with him, and this act finally convinced Queen Maura that he was the man for her. "Without question, Hakim is the most generous of you," she announced her choice to the sheiks. "So it is Hakim I will marry." 16. ―One by one she had discarded them ….‖ (paragraph 1) The word 'them' refers to …. A. three sheiks B. servant C. Arabians D. suitors 17. What's the moral value that you can learn from the story? A. Don't look at someone from the appearance. B. We should make a party to decide something C. Don't trust easily to someone who has given a valuable thing. D. We have to be careful in choosing the person to spend our life with. There was once a king who had eleven sons and one daughter. Her name was Elisa. Sadly, their mother died. The king chose a new wife, but she was wicked. The new queen sent the brothers and Elisa away, but before they went, she tried to change the boys into ugly birds. Instead, they turned into beautiful wild swans. One night Elisa dreamed that she flew to a fairy‘s castle. ―How can I help my brothers?‖ she asked the fairy. The fairy told her to gather stinging nets that grew in a dark, scary graveyard. With these she must make eleven shirts. As Elisa left the dream castle, the fairy said, ―you must not speak from the moment you begin this task until it is finished. If you do, your brothers will all die.‖ When Elisa woke up, she went to nearby graveyard and picked all the nets she could find. They stung her hands till others were red. As she worked, she never spoke to her brothers. In a few days, the shirts were done. She put them on the eleven swans, and there stood the eleven princes. The spell was broken; soon they sent the evil queen far away 18. ―...She never spoke to …‖ (paragraph 3). The word ―She‖ refers to.... A. Elisa B. the fairy C. the queen D. the stepmother 19. Which statement is NOT TRUE according to the text? A. The King ‗s wife died and The King married to a wicked queen B. Elisa struggled to set their brothers free, but they killed her C. The nets stung her hand till others were red D. The king had eleven children Once upon a time, there was a poor little boy came into a little village. He was very hungry and weak. He knocked at every door and asked for some food, but nobody cared about him. Nobody wanted to help the little boy. Finally, a generous woman helped him. She gave him shelter and a meal. When the boy wanted to leave, this old woman gave him a ―lesung‖, a big wooden mortar for pounding rice. She reminded him, ―please remember, if there is a flood you must save yourself. Use this ―lesung‖ as a boat‖. the boy was happy and thanked the old woman. The little boy continued his journey. While he was passing through the village, he saw many people gathering on the field. The boy came closer and saw a stick stuck in the ground. People challenged each other to pull out that stick. Everybody tried, but nobody succeeded. ―Can I try?‖ asked the little boy. The crowd laughed mockingly. The boy wanted to try his luck so he stepped forward and pulled out the stick. He could do it very easily. Everybody was dumbfounded. Suddenly, from the hole left by the stick, water spouted out. It did not stop until it flooded the village. And no one was safe from the water except the little boy and the generous old woman who gave him shelter and meal. As she told him, he used the ―lesung‖ as a boat and picked up the old woman. The whole village became a huge lake. It is now known as Rawa Pening Lake in Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia. 20. What is the text about? A. A small village in Solotigo B. The legend of Rawa Pening Lake C. A poor a little boy having a journey D. A poor a little boy in a small village
  21. 21. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 83 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang SOAL-SOAL MENANYAKAN GAMBARAN UMUM Congratulations on your success in the Science Olympiad 2013 Your best friend, Hana 1. What is the text about? A. Giving good appreciation on someone‘s success B. Informing someone‘s success by writing a greeting card C. Congratulating someone‘s success on the Science Olympiad D. Inviting people to celebrate someone‘s success on the Science Olympiad ANNOUNCEMENT Monday to Friday, September, 17th to 21st, is PORSENI WEEK. PORSENI WEEK is held to develop students‘ talent and creativity at school. Therefore, each class must join it. There are four competitions held in the PORSENI WEEK. They are:  Futsal Match*  English Quiz Competition  Basketball Match, and  Dance Competition *Only boys can join the futsal match The winners of the competition will receive the prizes which will be given on Saturday, September, 22nd at the school hall. For more information, ask your class advisor. 2. What does the announcement tell us about? A. to promise the students about the prizes B. to develop students‘ talent and creativity C. to request school boys to join the futsal match D. to ask the students to take part in PORSENI WEEK. Los Angeles, or L.A as it is called, is the USA‘s second Largest City. It is situated on the southern coast of California. The city with a population of 3.5 million is surrounded by beautiful mountains and beaches. There are very few high rise buildings. It has an easy going lifestyle and is an ideal place for a holiday. Tourists love the combination of sun and sand. The average temperature is about 23 C and there is very little rain. The nearest beaches are at Malibu and Santa Monica. Interesting things to do and see include visiting the TV and movie studios at Burbank, seeing the film star‘s homes in Beverly Hills, going shopping on fashionable Rodeo Drive and eating delicious seafood at a beachside restaurant. 3. The text tells us about ... . A. interesting places in Los Angeles B. the population of Los Angeles C. a description of Los Angeles D. a famous place for holiday Most people in the world have a pet. I also have it. My pet is a monkey, named Miko. Its color is brown. It has brown eyes, too. I got this pet from my friend at the beginning of 2009. He bought it from a pet shop in his country. Once a week, my mother bathes him. He is funny and smart. It often plays with my neighbor's monkey. I love him very much because he can be my friend, too. 4. What is the text about? A. The writer‘s pet shop. B. The writer‘s best friend. C. The writer‘s neighbor's pet D. The writer‘s lovely monkey.
  22. 22. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 84 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang Last year I left New Zealand for Bunaken Island. I went there with a group of New Zealand divers. Getting there was not quite easy. Soon after our arrival at Bunaken, we got a general briefing. It included a description about how to take pictures under water. Then, we began our diving. In our diving, we saw groups of tiny fish. In order to identify them, we need a good guide. Without some knowledge of their habit and behaviour, it was difficult to identify. In summary, the trip was mostly enjoyable. This place is so impressive with its marine life. 5. What does the text mainly tell us about? A. The trip from New Zealand to Bunaken Island. B. The writer‘s experience in Bunaken. C. The description of Bunaken island. D. The briefing at Bunaken Island On Yahoo mail welcome screen or on any of the mail screens, you can see Compose and Compose Text Message buttons displayed. Select either one of them. If you click Compose button, you can include special fonts, emoticons, colors, etc.—Normally you select this. If you click Compose Text Message, you cannot include any special pictures or icons. Enter an email address in the To fields (mandatory) and if necessary the Cc and Bcc fields. Type the topic of your email in the Subject fields. Type your email, in the large editing area. If your email is in English, you can spell check the message. Click Send to send the message. You should receive a confirmation screen saying the message was sent. 6. The text is about ... . A. the way to open an email B. the steps to operate internet C. the steps to access Yahoo mail D. the way to send an email in Yahoo Once upon a time there was a poor farm worker in China. One day he had no rice to eat and decided to ask his landlord for some. Therefore, he killed one of his ducks and gave it to the landlord as a present. The landlord received the present and thanked the farmworker. The landlord could not divide the duck fairly, so he asked the farmer, ―How can I divide this duck fairly? I have a wife, two sons and two daughters.‖ The farmworker took his knife and cut off the head of the duck. ―This is for you, ― he said, ―because you‘re the head of the family.‖ Then, he cut off the two legs and gave one to each of the sons. ―These are for you,‖he said, ―because you will follow your father footsteps.‖ Next, he cut off the two wings and gave one to each of the daughters. ―These are for you,‖ he said, ―because you will fly away and marry someone.‖ Finally, he took the rest for himself. The landlord was very happy and gave the farmworker some rice and money as well. 7. The story mainly talks about ... . A. the way the landlord gave presents B. the way the farm worker got rice to eat C. the landlord‘s feeling towards his worker D. the way the farm worker divided the duck COMPOSITION : 0.1 % Betamethasone (as 17 valerate) 0.5% Neomycin sulfate INDICATORS: Inflammation of the skin or mucous membrane complicated by bacterial infection. DOSAGE: Apply to the affected areas 2-3 times daily. MEDICAL PRESCRIPTION ONLY MEDICAL PRESCRIPTION ONLY KEEP IN ROOM TEMPERATURE (25 -30) C STORE IN A DRY PLACE AND PROTECT FROM LIGHT 8. What is the text about? A. prescription B. beauty cream C. skin irritation cream D. composition of BENOSON-N
  23. 23. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 85 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang Hooray! We had Fun with English in our school! We enjoyed this event on Thursday, 17th January 2013, at Yos Sudarso Primary School in Karawang. We had waited for it since September 2012. So when the day came, we were really happy. We played many games such as matching colors, matching picture, horse racing, run and find and spelling bee. We had story telling, too. Hooray! We had Fun with English in our school! We enjoyed this event on Thursday, 17th January 2013, at Yos Sudarso Primary School in Karawang. We had waited for it since September 2012. So when the day came, we were really happy. We played many games such as matching colors, matching picture, horse racing, run and find and spelling bee. We had story telling, too. All students from grade 1 to grade 6 joined Fun with English, so there were 3 slots for the activities. We really had fun and we could practice our English. We also sang together about parts of our body, and do - re - mi. Many prizes were given in this event. There were tickets from Ice World and Gondola of Ancol Bay City, tickets from Water Boom of Lippo Cikarang, tickets from Insects World and Freshwater World of TMII, T-shirts, pens, stickers and many other merchandizes. 9. The text merely tells us about .... A. Learning English through fun activities. B. Getting tickets from English activities. C. Getting prizes in learning English. D. Learning English at School. Jellyfish are not really fish. They are invertebrate animals. This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. In fact, they have no bones at all. Jellyfish have stomachs and mouths, but no heads. They have nervous systems for sensing the world around them, but no brains. They are made almost entirely of water, which is why you can look through them. Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light. The light is made by a chemical reaction inside the jellyfish. Scientists believe jellyfish glow for several reasons. For example, they may glow to scare away predators or to attract animals they like to eat. Most jellyfish live in salt water, apart from a few types that live in fresh water. Jellyfish are found in oceans and seas all over the world. They live in warm, tropical seas and in icy waters near the North and South poles. 10. What is the text about? A. Jellyfish B. Kinds of all fish C. All invertebrate animal D. Some kinds of sea animals EASY TO USE AND EFFICIENT The new Megatron microwave oven brings the latest cooking technology into your kitchen. This microwave oven uses state of the art magnetic technology to heat your food electronically. It is safe, clean, and most of all, very efficient. Just follow the steps below: Plug in the microwave. No need to press an ON button, the microwave is always ready to use! It is in a standby mode to save power. Put your food in the Megatron microwave bowl. Made from durable non-stick plastic. Multi- purpose and easy to clean. Come free with your purchase of the Megatron microwave oven. Put the bowl into the microwave, close the oven door. Press the Auto Cook Button. Choose from the options: Meat, Vegetable, Rice, Cake and Microwave Meal. Press the START button. The microwave oven will cook the food in a matter of minutes. it will stop automatically when the food is done. When the microwave stops, press the OPEN button and take the bowl out of the oven. Your meal is ready to serve. 11. What is the text about? A. How to use a microwave. B. How to purchase the megatron oven. C. How to clean a multi purpose microwave. D. How to stop and press the mega microwave bowl.
  24. 24. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 86 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang 17 Derriford Road Beverly Hills May 21, 2013 Dear Dony, I was pleased to get your latest letter. I enjoyed reading it. Thanks a lot. Hope to get another one soon. My parents and I are planning to spend this summer holiday in Malaysia and Indonesia. We have heard a lot about Malaysia, but not much about Indonesia. So could you tell us more about Indonesia? We particularly want information about the main tourist destinations with their places of interest. That‘s all for now. I‘m looking forward to hearing from you soon. My best regards to your parents. Bye. Best wishes, Bruce 12. What does the letter mostly talk about? A. A planning to spend the summer holiday in Malaysia B. Dony wanted some information about Malaysia and Indonesia C. A request for some information about tourist destinations in Indonesia D. Bruce informed some places of interest for tourist destinations in Indonesia Date : March 17th 2009 To : Renata The day will be more beautiful if you come to my 15th birthday party. It will be held on March 21st 2009 at 7 p.m. Please come at Mentari cafe. I’m really looking forward to seeing you there. Lovely, Denada 13. What does the text tell us about? A. Denada invites Renata to come to her birthday party B. Renata is going to celebrate her birthday party C. Denada is going to have dinner at Mentari café D. Renata is going to have a party at Mentari café ANNOUNCEMENT To : All students of SMP Bina Bangsa In the framework of National Education Day the students Board Organization will hold some interesting program. They are English Speech Contest Class Wall Magazine Competition. The program will be held on May 2nd, 2009, started from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. All classes must take part in the programs. For detailled information, please contact Mr.Andi , the coordinator of this program. 14. What is the announcement above? A. A National Education Day Ceremony. B. A students Board Organization. C. An English Speech Contest. D. A National Education Day Celebration.
  25. 25. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 87 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang MEDI Cream Quick relief from minor cuts, burns and skin irritation. Cools! Medicates Heals! Net weight 500 ml Uses: For sunburn, insect bites, minor cuts, and burns. Cools as it heals. Helps prevent infection. Direction: 1. Apply a thin layer on the injured skin 2. Repeat as often as necessary for up to one week Caution: Do not use on deep wounds or serious burns. Consult a physician for deep wounds or serious burns. Expired date: 8/14 15. What does the text tell us? A. a treatment of medi-cream B. the dosage of medi-cream C. the medi-cream product D. the direction of usage medi-cream The island of Wingo is by the island of Singa. In the water around Wingo island, there are hundreds of sharks. They are so many that the water bubbles like a whirlpool. People can only get to wingo island by boat. The boat has a rocket on it. The rocket takes people over the sharks and onto the island. Wingo island has no sand but is has green moss. At night the moss sparkles like star. Tall trees called fruji grow everywere. The fruji trees have purple leaves at the top and yellow fruit all over them. When a fruit fall off, another tree grows in a minute. The weather on Wingo island is very hot but at twelve o‘clock, everyday, it rains. sometimes, there are windstorms. They happen when too many animals fly around and at the same time. People who stay on Wingo island sleep in a big-gloo. It is like in a igloo but it is an long poles. The big-gloo has a moss bed, chairs and tables that are made of fruji trees. There is no television on Wingo island, neither are the telephone and computer. It is a place to listen to leaves whispering. It is a place to lie on spot green moss and look at the clouds. It is really a place to dream. 16. What is the text about? It‘s about…. A. A river B. A lake C. An island D. A continent Tokyo is Japan‘s leading city. The city is filled with factories, large office buildings, banks, restaurants, religious shrines, and shops of all sizes. It is a center for Japanese art and is the home to more than 100 colleges and universities. Located at the head of Tokyo Bay, the city is also a major seaport. Many people move from other parts of Japan to attend colleges and then work in Tokyo. Most Japanese companies have their headquarters in Tokyo. At the heart of Tokyo is the Imperial Palace. High walls, a water-filled moat, and a large park surround the palace. This is where the emperor of Japan lives with his family. Japan‘s emperors once ruled the country, but today they have little real power. Located near the palace are the most important government buildings, including the National Diet Building. That‘s where Japan‘s parliament meets.‘ 17. The text is mainly about … A. The popular universities in Japan B. Japan‘s leading city called Tokyo. C. The National Diet Building in Tokyo D. The Imperial Palace of a Japan emperor
  26. 26. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 88 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang Boy Scouts learn useful skills while having fun. Scouts swim and play sports, go camping and hiking, and learn how to survive in the outdoors. They learn how to protect the environment and conserve resources. Other Scout activities include making arts and crafts, learning first aid, and learning how to use computers or fix cars. Scouts often do community service and volunteer work. Scouting has many ranks. Scouts advance through the ranks by learning new skills and earning badges. Scouts learn teamwork and cooperation by working together. Scout law requires them to practice many virtues. Among them, a scout should be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, and cheerful. 18. The text tells you about … . A. arts B. Skills C. crafts D. Scouts I had never been camping before I met my best friend, Jacklyn. I didn‘t know that camping meant sleeping out in nature, in a tent. I guess I didn‘t really think about it at all. We were off to a nearby campground. We drove in and paid for our site. It was beautiful. There were ducks and a small lake and up on the hill there was a pool and small store if you needed anything. At dusk we lit our fire. It was very nice and pleasant. However I had a small allergy problem with mosquitoes. I hate bugs, and mosquitoes seem to be the worse, due to their stinging and being irritating. It was awful, but the camp fire was nice. Jacklyn told me about her camping stories. They were really interesting. After a full night of stories and fire, we settled in out the tent. We slept in our sleeping bags on the ground. To my surprise, the ground was not wet, and we had a small air mattress under us. Of course, the mattress wasn‘t as comfortable as mine at home but it was no problem. Then in the middle of the night I heard scuffling just out of our tent. I woke Jacklyn and I told her that there was a bear in our camp. She told me to just go back to sleep. I really didn‘t know that there were bears in local camp grounds. The next morning I woke to the same noises and found the culprit. It was ducks. I felt so stupid. To this day we still talked about my first camping trip. It was a very memorable experience. 19. What does the text tell you about? A. The writer‘s first camping. B. Jacklin‘s camping experiences. C. The school camping program. D. Jacklyn‘s memorable experience Tukul was born in Semarang, Central Java. When he was young, he often appeared on stage during celebrations of Indonesia's Independence Day. He also worked as a driver. A friend, Joko Dewo, persuaded him to move to Jakarta, and initially supported him financially. Tukul then married a Padangese woman named Susi, with whom he had a daughter, Vita. Tukul began working on the radio, where he met other Indonesian comedians. The turning point in his career was when he starred with a child star Joshua in a music video. He then moved to television and hosted programs for TPI and Indosiar. He is now the best known for the chatshow. The talk show was banned for a certain act of unnecessary violence. The name, therefore, was changed to Bukan Empat Mata (meaning the opposite of the real talk show name). 20. What is the text about? It is about …. A. Tukul‘s experience in the world of entertainment B. Tukul‘s daily activities in the past C. The history of Tukul Career D. The history of Tukul‘s family
  27. 27. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 89 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang SOAL SOAL MENANYAKAN PIKIRAN UTAMA Making cake using a cake mix Ingredients: Five eggs, three tablespoons of margarine, and the cake mix Steps:  First, beat the eggs about four minutes until foamy.  Second, add the cake mix to the eggs. After that, beat again until the mixture is smooth and thick. Next, melt the margarine and add it to the mixture.  Then, beat again until everything is well blended.  Finally, pour the mixture into a baking pan and bake for 35 minutes. 1. The main idea of paragraph one is ... A. the utensils B. the materials C. the instructions D. the period Since 1988, hundreds of scientific studies have shown that human activities are changing the climate around the world. Most of the world‘s top environmental scientists believe that climate change is the most serious problem we are facing today, more serious even than the threat of terrorism. Climate change will cause problems and affect world everywhere. Droughts, famines and weather- related disasters could cause thousands or even millions of people to die and make worse relations in and between countries causing war. If we do nothing to stop this climate change, the earth will warm up more and her natural controlling systems will start to go wrong: sea-levels will start to rise and flood low-lying island nations, such as Indonesia, Jakarta especially because it is very low-lying. This will upset the global economy and may cause more wars. 2. What is the main idea of the second paragraph. A. The earth will warm up more. B. Climate change causes problems. C. Many people died because of climate change. D. Jakarta is often flooded because it is low-lying. Oriental Fried Rice Ingredients: 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil, 2 cloves of garlic, 1 teaspoon of fresh ginger, ½ cup of diced onion, ¼ cup diced carrot, 4 cups of cooked white rice, 1 cup of beef or shrimp, 2 eggs, 3 tablespoons of soy sauce, salt and freshly black pepper. Steps: Heat the oil in the wok over high heat. Add the garlic, ginger and onion. Cook and stir constantly for about one minute. Reduce the heat to medium, and add the carrot, rice, and beef or shrimp. Cook and stir for about five minutes. Add the eggs and soy sauce, and then, cook for two minutes. Season with salt and pepper. Serve immediately. 3. The main idea of paragraph two is about ... A. the period B. the utensils C. the seasoning D. the instructions The Eiffel Tower is a famous tower in the world. It lies in Paris, France. Many tourists come there to visit it because the wonderful views. The Tower is named after the last name of a man who built it in 1889, Gustav Eiffel. There are three floors on it, and from the third floor, people can see for 80 km. The Tower is over 300 meters high. From the top of the Eiffel Tower, people can see all Paris including the beautiful River Seine and Louver Gallery. 4. The main idea of the text tells us that the tower ... A. becomes famous B. has good views C. attracts many tourists D. is very old
  28. 28. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 90 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang Los Angeles, or L.A as it is called, is the USA‘s second Largest City. It is situated on the southern coast of California. The city with a population of 3.5 million is surrounded by beautiful mountains and beaches. There are very few high rise buildings. It has an easy going lifestyle and is an ideal place for a holiday. Tourists love the combination of sun and sand. The average temperature is about 23 C and there is very little rain. The nearest beaches are at Malibu and Santa Monica. Interesting things to do and see include visiting the TV and movie studios at Burbank, seeing the film star‘s homes in Beverly Hills, going shopping on fashionable Rodeo Drive and eating delicious seafood at a beachside restaurant. 5. What is the main idea of the second paragraph? A. The lifestyle in Los Angeles. B. The geography site of Los Angeles. C. Interesting things to visit in Los Angeles. D. The reasons that Los Angeles is an ideal place for holiday. Dear Anifa, Congratulation on Your Success to be the winner of the Speech Contest Yours, Rara 6. What is the main idea of the text? A. Anifa invites Rara B. Rara invites Anifa C. Anifa congrulates Rara D. Rara congratulates Anifa Redfeathers, the hen, was so called because all her feathers were red. One day, the fox caught sight of her in the farmyard and his mouth began to water. He ran home and told his wife to put on water for boiling a chicken, and then he rushed back, and before Redfeathers knew what was happening, she found herself napped up and inside a sack and not even able to call for help. Luckily for her, her friend the dove saw what had happened. She fluttered on the path in the woods, and lay there, pretending to have a broken wing. The fox was delighted to find that he now had a first course as well as the main dish. He put down the sack with the hen in it and chased off after the dove, who began cleverly to hop further and further away. Redfeathers slipped out of the sack and put a stone in her place, then she too ran off. When the dove saw that her friend was safe, she flew up into a tree. The fox then went back and picked up the sack, thinking that the hen was still in it. When he got home, the fox tipped the sack into the pot of boiling water, but the stone splashed it all over him, and he burned his greedy paws. 7. What is the main idea of paragraph 3? A. The fox‘s preparation to cook a big meal B. The greedy fox trying to get more food C. The dove‘s attempts to save the hen D. Redfeathers‘ escape from the fox Bicycles are very popular today. Many people use bicycles for exercise. But exercise is only one of the reasons why bicycles are popular. Another reason is money. Bicycles are not expensive to buy. They do not need gas to make them go. They are also easy and cheap to fix. In cities, many people like bicycles better than cars. By bicycles, they never have to wait in traffic. They also do not have to find a place to park. Finally, bicycles do not cause any pollution. 8. What is the main idea of the paragraph? A. Bicycles are very popular today B. Bicycles are not expensive C. Many people like bicycles D. Bicycles do not cause any pollution
  29. 29. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 91 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang 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. 9. What is the main idea of the second paragraph? A. The general classification of snakes B. How snakes protect themselves C. The description of their bodies D. The habit of snake One day, the Prince, Peter Piper, and Franklin Greedy were walking through the forest. Suddenly, a group of bandits attacked the three boys near an old house. They entered the old house and blockaded the gate and doors. The three boys were trapped inside the house. Franklin was very terrified and asked the Prince to surrender immediately, but Peter was not afraid. He urged and supported the Prince not to give up. The Prince decided not to surrender because he realized that he would become a hostage for the bandits to ask for ransom to his father, but Franklin was scared and wanted to make a deal, it made Peter suspicious about Franklin‘s behavior. So, he quietly made up a plan for him and the Prince to escape. Early at dawn, Franklin opened the front gate and unlocked the doors. The bandits entered the house in search of the Prince. When they came to the room where the prince was supposed to be sleeping, no one was there. Suddenly they heard a horse running outside the house and saw over the window that Peter Piper and the Prince were running away on one of the bandit‘s horses. It turns out, Peter Piper sneaked out of the house and waited in the yard, while the Prince was hiding behind the house. The bandits were very angry with Franklin and took him with them while the Prince and Peter went safely going back to the capital. 10. What is the main idea of the last paragraph? A. Franklin‘s loyalty B. The prince‘s escape C. The bandits‘ attacked D. Hiding in the old house What is the Significance of Rabbits‘ Large Ears A rabbit is a small furry mammal with a short tail and pointed ears. Rabbits live in burrow in the ground. Each burrow is the home of a single family. The first fossil which can be attributed to this family came from North America but now they are found in every part of the world. Compared to its small body rabbit has large-sized ears. A rabbit is a weak and timid animal and is always surrounded by many enemies. Therefore nature has gifted it with large ears to help it to hear even the fun of drop sound. The large area of the ear catches almost every sound wave produced in the air and transfers them into the inner ear. This makes the rabbit to detect its enemies in time and run to safety zones. You must have noticed that a rabbit washes its ears by repeatedly licking its forepaws and rubbing them over the surface of its ears. It does this in order to keep its ears clean, and also to take into its mouth natural oil which surrounds the ear surface. This oil is important in forming vitamin D which is necessary for the growth of healthy bones. If the rabbit is not allowed to form this, it will develop rickets. 11. What is the main idea of paragraph 2? A. How enemies surround a rabbit. B. How a rabbit detects its enemies. C. Why a rabbit has many enemies. D. Why a rabbit likes fighting.
  30. 30. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 92 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang A cactus (plural: cacti) is any member of the plant family Cactaceae, native to the Americas. They are often used as ornamental plants, but some are also crop plants. Cacti are grown for protection of property from wild animals, as well as many other uses. Cacti are part of the plant order Caryophyllales, which also include members like beets, gypsophila, spinach, amaranth, tumbleweeds, carnations, rhubarb, buckwheat, plumbago, bougainvillea, chickweed and knotgrass. Cacti are unusual and distinctive plants, which are adapted to extremely arid and hot environments, showing a wide range of anatomical and physiological features which conserve water. Their stems have adapted to become photosynthetic and succulent, while the leaves have become the spines for which cacti are well known. What is the first paragraph telling about? A. The members of cacti. B. The habitat of cacti. C. The usage of cacti D. Types of cacti. I always love beach so when my father decided to go to the beach last weekend. I agreed at once. I brought everything I need at the beach like, swimming suit, towel, sunglasses, pocket camera and hat. Arriving at the Anyer beach in Saturday afternoon, I rushed to the beach to catch the sunset. Watching the red sky in the horizon and the sun went down slowly was amazing. The hotel for us to stay was small but clean. The hotel staff were wonderful. They were so friendly. But the most important is its location was near the beach. Early in the morning I walked along the beach. I found a beautiful place to lie. I enjoyed the sunrise while lying on the sand. My mom brought my breakfast. A moment later I decided to learn to surf. I hired surfing board. I found that surfing is not easy at all. I fell many times but it was fun. I played in the water all day. I loved every minute of my holiday there, the whole relaxing atmosphere was fabulous and a real change from my usual busy life. In the afternoon we came back home. I felt fresh and ready to do my daily activities. 12. Paragraph three tells us about … A. the writer‘s activities in the beach on Sunday B. the reason why the writer love beach C. the writer‘s experience in the hotel D. the way the writer learned to surf Masjid Agung Demak (or the Great Demak Mosque) is one of the oldest mosques in Indonesia It is located in the center town of Demak, Central Java Indonesia. The mosque is believed to be built by Sunan Kalijaga, one of the Wali Songo (nine Muslim saints) during the first Demak Sultanate ruler, Raden Patah during the 15th century. This mosque is the proof of glory achieved by the Demak Bintoro kingdom as the first Islamic kingdom in Java island. Masjid Agung Demak is the classic example of a traditional Javanese mosque. It is built from timber. The tiered roof is supported by four enormous teak pillars. This means that the mosque is rather small when compared to many modern Indonesian mosques. The tiered roof shows many similarities with wooden religious structures from the Hindu-Buddhist civilizations of Java and Bali. The main entrance of Masjid Agung Demak consists of two doors carved with motifs of plants, vases, crowns and an animal head with an open wide-toothed mouth. It is said that picture depicts the manifested thunder caught by Ki Ageng Selo, hence their name ―Lawang Bledheg‖ (the doors of thunder). 13. Paragraph two tells us about… of Masjid Agung Demak A. the history B. the popularity C. the uniqueness D. the physical description
  31. 31. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 93 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang Newspapers and magazines are very important in a modern life. People in cities, towns and villages want current information. Newspapers and magazines provide them with news about politics, crime, entertainment, sports and other information you need. The production of newspapers and magazines is very hard work. Journalists search news. They try hard to interview people to get the correct issue direct from the horse's mouth. Then they write it into good and interesting article. The editors decide the headlines and the news lay out. They decide which articles must go onto the front page and which news is printed inside the paper. After all pages are ready then a managing editor approves them and now the newspaper is ready to publish. 14. The second paragraph of the text above tells us that …. A. it is not an easy work to produce newspapers and magazines B. the editors decide which news is printed inside the paper C. people in cities want current information D. they write good and interest articles Erosion is a slow process of the loosening of soil, sands and rocks from the land. There are two causes of erosion. First, water may be the cause of erosion. Heavy rain falls on sloping land. The rain loosens the soil and carries it away. Second, wind also becomes the cause of erosion. The wind blows soil away from places where there are no plants. Plants help protect land from erosion. Their roots absorb water and hold soil in place. If the plants are destroyed, a large amount of soil or sand can be blown away. 15. What is the main idea of the last paragraph? A. The roots absorb the water. B. Erosion is caused by the plants. C. Soil can be blown by the wind. D. Plants help to protect land from the erosion What is an iceberg? An iceberg is an enormous piece of ice in the sea. ―Berg‖ is the German word for mountain. It the coldest parts of the earth, around the North and south Poles, land and sea are both covered by sheets of ice, over 300. Tongues of ice, called glaciers, stretch out into the open waters of the oceans. The sea water melts the bottom parts of these glaciers, then the top part slides into the water with a mighty roar. The great piece of ice sinks for a short time beneath the surface then it rises again, and floats away as a new iceberg. Some icebergs are miles and several years before they finally melt. The part of an iceberg which can be seen above the water is only about one-ninth of the total size. The rest is hidden beneath the waves. One of the world‘s worst disasters at sea was in 1912 when the liner ‗Titanic‘ collided with an iceberg in her maiden voyage. 16. What does paragraph 1 tell us about? A. The description of ice floating. B. The parts of enormous icebergs. C. The definition of an iceberg. D. the coldest parts of the earth. A theatre is a place where people entertain the audience. The people, who perform, called actors and actresses, act in plays on a stage. A stage can be raised platform, or it can be part of the floor in a room, either in the centre of the room or against the wall. The audience is very important part of a theatre because it is for the audience that actors and actresses act, and the playwright writes. Without an audience, they are only rehearsing or practicing. A theatre can be anywhere - in homes, school auditorium, park and a hail. Theatre means action. In this text, theatre is used in connection with performances on stage by live actors and actresses. It is living theatre. Theatre in the East differs greatly from the West. The Asian theatre is, for the most part, nonrealistic, or symbolic. Western theatre, on the other hand, tends to be realistic. 17. What is the main idea of paragraph 2? A. Kinds of a theatre. B. The amount of a theatre. C. The existence of a theatre. D. Theatre means action of actors
  32. 32. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 94 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang Although the jaguar is an animal that is not found in Asia, it is famous in Asia because of the car named after the animal. This report provides information on the characteristics, habitat and life of the jaguar. The jaguar belongs to the cat family. It is one of the four big (roaring) cats: the lion, the tiger, and the leopard. Because it has spots, a jaguar is often mistaken for the leopard. However, a jaguar has larger rosette markings, a stronger body and a shorter tail. A rosette is a rose shaped spot on an animal. The rosettes of jaguars sometimes look like the print of an animal paw. The jaguar is brownish-yellow in colour and has spots on the head, neck and legs, and rosettes on other parts of its body. It can weigh up to 100 kilograms and has a powerful jaw that it can easily crush the skull of its prey. 18. Which paragraph tells about the differences between a jaguar and a leopard? A. Paragraph 1. B. Paragraph 1 and 2. C. Paragraph 2. D. Paragraph 2 and 3. An eclipse does not happen at every New or Full Moon, because the plane of the orbit of the Moon around the Earth is tilted with respect to the plane of the orbit of the Earth around the Sun, so as seen from the Earth, when the Moon is nearest to the Sun (New Moon) or at largest distance (Full Moon), the three bodies usually are not exactly on the same line. 19. What is the main idea of the paragraph? A. We can see the surface of the Moon from the Earth B. The Sun and the Moon rotate on the same line. C. The Sun is the biggest planet in our solar system. D. An eclipse never happens at New or Full Moon. Once a farmer owned a donkey and a lapdog. The donkey worked hard all day, hauling heavy loads. The lapdog stayed with his master all day and lived in the house with him. He did not work, but was allowed to sit on the master‘s lap. The donkey grew jealous of the lapdog. Perhaps if I behave like the dog, like wagging my tail and jumping on the master, the master will start loving me as much as he does the dog. So, the donkey decided to wait for his chance. One day, when he was left unattended, the donkey broke his halter and ran into the farmhouse kitchen. There the farmer sat at table. The donkey rushed up to him and began wagging his tail vigorously, and knocked off all the chain from the table. He then started jumping around and frolicking like a little dog, and finally plonked himself down on the farmer‘s lap. The shocked farmer yelled for help. The farmhands came running in and dragged the donkey off to his stable, and gave him a beating he did not forget for the rest of his life. 20. What is the main idea of paragraph 3? A. The way the farmer treated the donkey. B. The dog‘s habit is liked by the master. C. The things done by the donkey to be loved. D. The donkey wanted to be loved by its master
  33. 33. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 95 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang SOAL – SOAL MENANYAKAN TUJUAN TEKS Dear Ratih, I’d like to tell you that I am in a very good condition and I hope you too. I am going to celebrate my birthday next week, would you like to come? It will be on April 19th 2013, at 5 p.m. I am looking forward to your coming to my house. Thanks. Yours, Santi 1. What is the communicative function of the text? A. Announcing B. Informing C. Greeting D. Inviting 2. What is the purpose of the text? A. To describe Mrs. William‘s role. B. To inform about Year 6 farewell. C. To give the location of Anzac Club. D. To invite students to the farewell party. 3. What is the aim of the text? A. announcing B. complaining C. informing D. inviting 4. What is the purpose of the e-mail above? A. To inform about Mavis‘ success B. To congratulate on Mavis‘ success C. To give sympathy on Mavis success D. To tell how great Mavis‘ achievement
  34. 34. UN PREPARATION smtr 2 /13/14 SMPN 5 TAMAN - 96 SMPN 5 Taman. Kab. Pemalang My weekend was a disaster. It was actually my older brother‘s twentieth birthday. To celebrate it, he wanted to eat out at a seafood restaurant not far from our house. So my parents, my brother, my sister, and I went there in the evening, we really enjoyed the food and my brother was very happy, especially with the gifts. But something terrible happened when we got home. All of us threw up. My brother and my sister had a stomachache. So, we immediately went to the hospital nearby. It turned out that we had food poisoning. Oh, what an awful day! 5. What is the purpose of the text? A. To invite you to birthday party B. To share her weekend experience C. To describe the writer‘s favorite restaurant D. To entertain readers with the writer‘s story 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. 6. 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 7. What is the purpose of the text? A. To introduce a certain product. B. To make people buy the product. C. To persuade people to love the product. D. To give detailed information about the product.

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