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  1. 1. 1 A PEMERINTAH KABUPATEN PEMALANG DINAS PENDIDIKAN PEMUDA dan OLAHRAGA SMP NEGERI 5 TAMAN Alamat : Desa Sokawangi, Telp. 0284 5800005,Kecamatan Taman,Kabupaten Pemalang 52361 TRY OUT UJIAN NASIONAL Tahun Pelajaran : 2012/2013 Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris Waktu / Jumlah Soal: 120 menit/50This text is for number 1.1. What does the notice mean? A. We must use the machine carefully. C. We are not allowed to use the machine. B. We must use our brains efficiently. D. We are not permitted to use our own brain.This text is for number 2 and 3.2. Which information is TRUE according to the text? A. Mr and Mrs Indra have one son. B. The guests come from East Jakarta. C. Mr and Mrs Indra Sarwana will be circumcized. D. Mr and Mrs Indra Sarwana will hold a circumcision party.3. “ …invite you at the circumcision reception of their sons…” What does the underlined word refer to? A. Raft Dewanda and Joni Dewandaru C. Mr. Indra’s family B. Mr. and Mrs. Indra Sarwana D. Mr. Indra’s sonsThis text is for number 4 - 6. Announcement To all members of English club, please come to school at 3 p.m. We are preparing such a goodand intensive training to face the upcoming English competition which will be carried out on the 1third week of December. So prepare well is a good job to get a success.4. What is the announcement about? A. English club members C. Successful training B. English competition D. members of English club Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  2. 2. 25. Which statement is NOT TRUE based on the text above? A. The English club will take part in the English competition. B. The English club will have a meeting in the afternoon. C. The English club will hold the English competition. D. The English competition will be held in December.6. "...will be carried out on the third week of December". The underlined word means .... A. considered C. planned B. designed D. heldThis text is for number 7 - 8. Need to lose weight quickly? Dont have time to exercise? Heres your answer! SLENDER- DOWN has a unique thermogenic formula that turns stored fat into energy. With SLENDER-DOWN, you can burn calories, build muscle, and block fat--all at the same time. And you dont have to give up the food you love to eat! Call now and take advantage of our thirty-day trial period. Money Back Guarantee!7. What is SLENDER-DOWN for? It is for … . A. increasing weight slowly C. burning energy rapidly B. reducing weight quickly D. unblocking fat fully8. The following statements are true, EXCEPT … . A. We need to stop eating our favourite food to lose weight B. We will get 30-day trial period if we buy the product now C. The thermogenic formula in SLENDER-DOWN is unique D. SLENDER-DOWN can change fat into energyThis text is for number 9 - 10. Flight Schedules Airline Flight # From Scheduled Estimated status Term.AIR CANADA AC794 LOS ANGELES Feb 1, 05:16 Feb 1, 05:16 On Time 1AIR CANADA AC146 CALGARY Feb 1, 05:58 Feb 1, 05:58 On Time 1KOREAN AIR KE6540 CALGARY Feb 1, 06:04 Feb 1, 06:04 On Time 3DELTA DL7074 EDMONTON Feb 1, 06:10 Feb 1, 07:31 Delayed 3WESTJET WS426 EDMONTON Feb 1, 06:10 Feb 1, 07:31 Delayed 3AMERICAN AA5207 VANCOUVER Feb 1, 06:20 Feb 1, 06:15 Early 39. What airline will arrive early? A. Air Canada C. Westjet B. Korean Air D. American10. How many airlines will arrive late? A. Two C. Four B. Three D. FiveThis text is for number 11 - 12. Every day in Indonesia millions of people travel - to the market, school and work, and thenhome again. In Jakarta some use a form of public transport that we associate with that city – thebajaj. Others travel by becak or taxi and millions travel by bus and train. Perhaps the most popularwith tourists are the bajaj and becak. Many Australians go home from Jakarta with photos of thebajaj as a real reminder of their Indonesian holiday.11. How many public transports are there mentioned in the text? 2 A. Three C. Five B. Four D. Six12. What vehicle is the most intereting for Australians after visiting Jakarta? A. bajaj C. taxi B. becak D. bus Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  3. 3. 3This text is for number 13 - 16. In my school, there is a school bus. The bus is made by Merchedes Benz. Its number plat isG 7029 D. The school bus color is maroon red. School bus’ shape is rectangular shape. It is not too big.The width is about 2 metres, the length is about 4 metres, and the height is about 3.5 m. In thefront side, there is a glass that is for the driver to look ahead. The top of the glass there is whitesticker that can be read as “SCHOOL BUS” . The left side of the sticker is logo of SokawangiAcademy, and the right side of the sticker is logo of SMPN 5 Taman. On the left and right side ofthe bus, there are dark glasses windows that make the passenger enable to see outside, and alsothere are Sokawangi Academy logo; SMPN 5 Taman logo, title “Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow”, and angold arc. Inside the bus, there are a driver seat in the front. There are also the others seat for thepassengers and the amount is 30 seats. The color of the seats is grey and it is made from fabricslike velvet. There are only two air conditioner at the top of the driver seat and around one metrebeside it. If the passengers feel hot, they can open the glass windows at the top of the darkglasses at the right and left sides of the bus. Outside the bus, it has four doubled tires. Two busdoors are placed at the left side of the bus. And one door placed at the right side for the driver toenter the bus. The school bus is used for school transportation, especially for some students or teacherswho will go out from school and dormitory. Every school days, the bus is used for the teachers whocome to school from Penggarit in the morning and back to Penggarit in the afternoon. Usually, theschool bus driver is Mr. Slamet. When the bus is used and go to some places, it usually providessome music from its CD player. Everyday when the bus is not used, the bus is parked in front ofdormitory building B.13. What does the text tell us about? A. Merchedes Benz C. Number plat B. The school bus D. Academy14. Which statement is TRUE according to the text? A. The school bus is red. C. The bus has air conditioners. B. the seats is dark grey. D. The school bus is for for students15. How many seats are there in the bus? A. 30 C. 32 B. 31 D. 3316. The second paragraph tells us about … of the school bus. A. the appearance C. the interior B. the benefits D. the functionThis text is for number 17 - 18.Materials :  Some ears of sweet corn  A pinch of salt  5 or more tablespoons of margarine  Some chillies ( if you like )  2 cloves of garlicSteps:  First, peel the corn skin.  Second, grind the garlic, salt and chili.  Third, mix the margarine with the ground, garlic mixture and roast it on a grill until a bit burned.  Fourth, burst the corn with the margarine mixture once again and roast until cooked.  Finally, serve it in hot or warm. 317. What does the text tell you about? It tells us about how to … . A. make roast corn. C. boil corn. B. peel corn skin. D. fry corn. Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  4. 4. 418. Which statement is true based on the text? A. Grind the garlic, salt and chili before peeling the corn skin. B. Put the corn in the refrigerator before serving it. C. We need less than 5 tablespoons of margarine. D. We must peel the corn skin before cooking it.This text is for number 19 - 20.Jl. Tentara Pelajar 2/I PemalangJuly 6th, 2012 Dear Emy, My family and I went on recreation to Solo. We went there on Monday by car. We stayed atgrandparents house. On Tuesday we went to Tawangmangu. We enjoyed the scenic view with its waterfall and atelunch there. We had traditional cuisine like Oudangan, Tempe Bacem, fried fish and fried chicken.Then we continued our trip to Taman Jurug. The next day we went to Kasunanan Palace. We saw many kinds of historical heritage of thepalace. After that we had shopping at Klewer market and Solo Grand Mall. I bought some souvenirsfor my cousins. In the evening we Went sightseeing the town. On Thursday morning we said goodbye to our grandparents and went home. I realty enjoyed my holiday it was fun. Do come over and have a look sometime Love, Lia19. Where did Lia go on Wednesday? A. Tawang C. Solo Grand Mall B. Taman Jurug D. Kasunanan Palace20. Which of the following statements is correct based on the text? A. The writer went to Kasunanan Palace on Tuesday. B. The writer stayed in a Hotel with her grandparents. C. The writer enjoyed the beautiful waterfall in Taman Curug. D. The writer saw many kinds of historical heritage in Kasunanan Palace.This text is for number 21 - 22. My Holiday was Fantastic Last summer I got a fantastic holiday. I visited some great places.I went to an airport and was going to fly to Cleveland. I was spending there two days. I liked to seesome Cleveland Cavaliers basketball matches. Then I went to Hollywood. Hollywood is a famous district in Los Angeles, California, UnitedStates. It had become world-famous as the center of the film industry. Four major film companies –Paramount, Warner Bros., RKO and Columbia – had studios in Hollywood. I did not want to leave butI had to. After that, I went to New York city. I visited the Statue of Liberty. I went from thebottom of Manhattan to the top of the crown. That was very amazing. The places made me feel at home but I have to go home. Next time I would return to them.21. Which statement is TRUE based on the text above? The writer … . A. planned to visit the places some day C. did not enjoy visiting Hollywood B. stayed in Cleveland for three days D. went to Cleveland by bus22. From the text, we can draw a conclusion that the writer … . A. Didn’t like visiting the places. C. visited three places. 4 B. went to the places with someone. D. hated travelling. Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  5. 5. 5This text is for number 23 - 26. Central Park, in the very heart of New York City, is one of the most inspiring combinations ofarchitecture, landscape design and urban planning to be found anywhere on the face of the earth.Central Park is one of those places that make New York such a great place to live. The huge park,843 acres large (341 ha), is located in the center of Manhattan. It ranks as a symbol of New YorkCity only behind the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. Central Park breathes. It provides a respite from the struggles that have produced theamazing city that surrounds it. It is a place to reflect, to sigh deeply, to let the tension fade awayand allow the pressures of metropolitan enterprise loosen and unwind. The park also satisfies that need to be near something living, something growing; a need to benear something green. Central Park is all of these things, and much more. The park boasts several lakes, theaters, ice rinks, fountains, tennis courts, baseball fields,many playgrounds and other facilities. It is also home to the Central Park Zoo and the MetropolitanMuseum of Art. Especially during the weekends, when cars are not allowed into the park, CentralPark is a welcome oasis in this hectic city.23. Where is Central Park situated? A. Beside the Empire State Building C. in the center of Manhattan B. Next to the Statue of Liberty D. near New York City24. Which statement is TRUE about Central Park? A. It is the only symbol of New York City. B. Central Park has many public facilities. C. Cars are permitted into Central Park in the weekend. D. It is a place to relax, but not a place to let the tension fade away.25. What is the main ide of the first paragraph? A. The location of Central Park. C. The symbol of New York City. B. The facilities in Central Park. D. The metropolitan city of New York26. “Central Park breathes. It provides a respite from …” (Paragraph 2) The underlined word has the same meaning as … . A. rest area C. freedom B. landscape D. fountain27. Arrange the following words phrases into correct sentences. home – she – bears – the – three – while – sleeping – came – was 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A. 6 – 2 – 9 – 7 – 4 – 5 – 3 – 8 – 1 C. 6 – 2 – 8 –1 – 4 – 5 – 3 – 9 – 7 B. 6 – 4 – 5 – 3 – 8 – 1 – 2 – 9 – 7 D. 6 – 4 – 5 – 3 – 9 – 7– 2 – 8 – 128. Arrange the following sentences into a good order. How to Set Up Your TV Set Be sure not to plug your TV set into an electrical outlet until you read this instruction. 1) Finally plug it into an electrical outlet. Turn it on and enjoy the program 2) Next, put it in a suitable place. Try not to expose it to direct sunlight. 3) Then take the TV set out off the box. Don’t forget to remove the plastic bags around the speakers. 4) First of all, make sure to open the box carefully. Don’t drop it. It’s fragile. 5) After that, remember to attack the wires from the speakers to the main unit. 5 6) If you don’t want to enjoy the program just turn it off. A. 4-3-1-2-5-6 C. 4-3-5-2-1-6 B. 4-3-2-1-6-5 D. 4-3-5-2-6-1 Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  6. 6. 6This text is for number 29 - 30. How to make a kiteHaving a kite flying is interesting and make it by self is easy. Prepare the following materials tomake a kite: Butcher cord Scotch tape or glue 1 Sheet of strong paper 2 Strong, straight wooden sticks of bamboo Markers, paint or crayonsAfter the materials have been prepared, the directions bellow is easy instruction on how to make akite: 1) Make a cross with the two sticks, with the shorter stick placed horizontally across the longer stick. 2) Tie the two sticks together with the string in such a way as to make sure that they are at right angles to each other. 3) Cut a notch at each end of the sticks. Make it deep enough for the type of string you are using to fit in to. Cut a piece of string long enough to stretch all around the kite frame. 4) Lay the sail material flat and place the stick frame face down on top. Cut around it, leaving about 2-3 cm for a margin. Fold these edges over and glue it down so that the material is tight. 5) Make a tail by tying a small ribbon roughly every 10 cm along the length of string. 6) Decorate your kite with the markers!29. Which statement is true based on the text? A. We need markers to decorate the kite. B. We leave The margin of the paper about 4-5 cm. C. The structure of the kite is made of the strong paper. D. We make a tail before making a cross with the two sticks.30. “Decorate your kite with the markers!” The underlined word is similar in meaning with … . A. beautify C. make B. stretch D. serveComplete the blank with suitable words bellow! Borobudur is Hindu - Budhist temple. It is a valuable treasure for Indonesian people.Borobudur is located in Magelang, Central Java Indonesia. It was built in the ninth centuryduring Sailendra dynasty of ancient Mataram . . .(31) Borobudur is a . . .(32) temple all over the world. Its construction is influenced by theGupta architecture of India. The temple is built on a hill 46 m high and consists of eight stepslike stone terrace. The first five terraces are square, and the upper three are circular. Each ofthem gives a circle of bell shape-stupa. The entire building is crowned by a large stupa at thecentre of the top circle. The way to the summit extends through some 4.8 km of passage andstairways. The design of Borobudur which symbolizes the structure of universe influencespeople at Angkor, Cambodia. They make the temple . . .(33)31. A. king 32. A. huge 33. A. slowly B. temple B. valuable B. quickly C. treasure C. enomous C.carefully D. kingdom D. well-known D.carelessly 6 Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  7. 7. 7This text is for number 34- 36. Thomas alva Edison was one of the greatest inventors of all time. He lived from 1847 until1931. He was born in Milan, Ohio, in 1847. In 1854 his family moved to Port Huron, Michigan. Whenhe was 12 he got very sick. As a result he became partially deaf. He attended school for only threemonths there. So, his mother taught him reading, writing and arithmetic. In 1862, Edison saved a boy from being run over by a train. The boy’s father operated atelegraph machine. As thanks, the father taught Edison how to operate the telegraph. Later, Edisonmade improvement to the telegraph. In 1876, Edison started the first industrial research laboratory at Menlo Park, New Jersey.One of his inventions is the long - lasting light bulb. Thomas Alva Edison died in 1931. When he died all electric current in the country was turnedoff. Although he did not have enough formal education and was deaf, he became a famous inventor.Once he said , “ Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.34. What does the text tell us about? A. Thomas alva Edison’s biography. C. The invention of the light bulb. B. how to operate the telegraph. D. the great inventor of all time.35. “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration”. (The last paragraph) The underlined word means . . . A. working hard C. fortune B. hard working D. improvement36. how old was Thomas Alva Edison when he died? A. 83 C. 85 B. 84 D. 86This text is for number 37- 39. Long ago, there were two brothers called Akomi and Ombah. They were ambitious andwinning. Akomi, the elder brother, said, "If we become the Kings employees, we can make laws tocollect more money from the people. We will become very rich." One day they went to see King Aruya. Akomi said, "Your Majesty, let us be your ministers.We will make good laws. All your subjects will be happy. I am wise and clever. I know everything." King Aruya said angrily, "That is not true! No body knows everything. For example, do youknow how many stars there are in the sky? Guards! Throw this liar into the river of crocodiles!" Ombahs hands trembled. Then he thought to himself, "King Aruya will also punish me if Isay the wrong thing. My brother said he knew everything and his answer was wrong. So if I say the opposite, myanswer will be right." Ombah then said, to King Aruya, "Your majesty, I know nothing." King Aruyasaid, "That is also a lie. Nobody knows nothing, truly! Everybody knows at least something. For example, you know your fathers name, dont you? Guards! Throw him into the river of crocodiles, too!"37. Which statement is NOT TRUE based on the text above? A. Akomi and Ombah were brothers. C. Akomi and Ombah became the ministers. B. King Aruya had guards with him. D. King Aruya punished Akomi and Ombah38. What is the main idea of paragraph 2? A. Akomi and Ombah met King Aruya. C. King Aruya was wise and clever. B. Akomi and Ombah would make good laws. D. King Aruya knew everthing.39. “Everybody knows at least something. For example, you know your fathers name, dont you?” 7 (The last paragraph) The underlined word refers to … . A. Akomi C. Guard B. Ombah D. King Aruya Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  8. 8. 8This text is for number 40- 43. Peter Pan in Neverland Once upon a time there was a beautiful place called Neverland where Peter Pan and TinkerBell lived. Not so far from this place was the city of London where John, Wendy, and MichaelDarling lived. They really loved the story of Peter. One day Peter Pan appeared and asked the children to fly to Neverland. They were excitedto see the scenery and beauty of Neverland. They were suprised to know the existence of a cruelpirate called Captain Hook. One day Captain Hook captured Tinker Bell and forced her to show Peter Pans place. Indoing so, all Peters friends, the Darlings were captured and taken to the pirate ship. Captain Hookfrightened the children by putting them on the plank. Suddenly, Peter Pan appeared and stopped everything. In a fierce duel, he threw Hook andall the pirates overboard. Hook was chased away by the crocodile, and nobody cared to save him. The Darlings were so happy and thankful to Peter Pan. They told Peter their intention to gohome. With the sprinkle of Tinker Bells Pixie Dust, Captain Hooks pirate ship was sailing throughthe skies of Neverland, heading back to the Darlings home in London.40. Where was the plank that was used by Captain Hook to frighten the children? A. In Hooks ship C. In Never land B. In Peters home D. In London41. What was the problem faced by Peter Pan? A. The Darlings left their home and flew to Never land. B. Peters friends were captured by Captain Hook. C. The ship flew over the sky to the city of London. D. Captain Hook and Peter Pan had a fierce duel.42. We can learn from the story that .... A. We should not respect other people. C. Beautiful scenery is good to see. B. Good and right things will win. D. Never land is a place for children.43. "Suddenly, Peter Pan appeared and stopped everything." (Paragraph 2). The underlined word has similar meaning to .... A. chased C. retreated B. halted D. deceivedThis text is for number 43- 44. Turmeric, an orange-colored spice imported from India, is part the ginger family and has beena staple in Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian cooking for thousands of years. In addition, ayurvedic and Chinese medicines utilize turmeric to clear infections andinflammations on the inside and outside of the body. But beyond the holistic health community,Western medical practitioners have only recently come on board in recognizing the benefits ofturmeric. Doctors at UCLA recently found that curcumin, the main component in turmeric, appeared toblock an enzyme that promotes the growth of head and neck cancer. In that study, 21 subjects with head and neck cancers chewed two tablets containing 1,000milligrams of curcumin. An independent lab in Maryland evaluated the results and found that thecancer-promoting enzymes in the patients’ mouths were inhibited by the curcumin and thusprevented from advancing the spread of the malignant cells.44. Where does tumeric come from? A. India C. Middle Eastern Asia B. China D. Southeast Asia45. What is mainly discussed in paragraph 3? 8 A. Turmeric promotes an enzyme to grow head and neck cancer. B. Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines do not use turmeric. C. curcumin blocks the growth of head and neck cancer. D. Doctors at UCLA recently found curcumin. Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  9. 9. 9This text is for number 46- 47. Once upon a time, in a far away land, there lived a princess named Rapunzel. When she wasborn a witch took her away and locked her in a tower with no door. The tower was dark and ugly.The witch always said, "Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your hair." And she did. The witch would climbup her hair to give her bread and water. She would only stay with her for a little while. Rapunzel wasvery lonely. She made friends with the birds, who visited her each day. The birds taught her how tosing. She thought that she would be locked in the tower forever. Then one day, a prince was riding by the castle and heard a beautiful voice coming from thetower. The prince followed the voice. He saw the tower in the castle. He tried to get up the towerto see who was making that beautiful sound but he couldnt find a door. All at once he heard agrouchy voice. He hid in the bushes. He saw the witch climb up the hair. When the witch left hesaid, "Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair." Then he climbed up and met Rapunzel. They had fallenin love and planned for Rapunzel’s escape. Unfortunately, when the big day came the prince got caught by the witch. She tied him up andshe turned herself into the prince. Then she climbed up Rapunzel’s hair. She cut Rapunzel’s hairthen turned herself back into a witch and tells Rapunzel, "How dare you! You will never escape. Youwill never marry the prince. I will take away your beautiful singing voice." And she did. Then thewitch climbed on her broom and used her magic to fly away. The prince was still in the dungeon where she put him. There was a small window. The princebegan to whistle to his horse. His horse heard him and came to investigate. The prince said "Horsesgo get my sword in the bushes." So his horse went and got the sword. The horse pushed the swordinto the small window. The sword fell down standing in the corner.46. “They had fallen in love and planned for Rapunzel’s escape.” (par. 2) The underlined word refers to . . . A. The witch and the prince C. Rapunzel and the witch B. Rapunzel and the prince D. The birds and Rapunzel47. What can we learn from the story above? A. Always listen to your parents. C. Do not tell a lie to others. B. Do not make anyone else suffering. D. You must help other people. 9 Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013
  10. 10. 10This text is for number 48- 50. Tigers are members of the cat family. Lions, leopards, cheetahs, and house cats are alsomembers of the cat family. Tigers are the largest cats, and the only cats with stripes. They live inlarge forests in southern and southeastern Asia. A tiger’s short fur is usually colored dark orange with black stripes. Each tiger hasdifferent stripes, and you can use them to tell tigers apart. The stripes make a tiger stand out ifyou see them in the open. In the forests where tigers live, however, the stripes make them almostinvisible. Tigers have explosive speed. They have strong muscles and long legs that help them moveextremely fast over short distances. Their long tails give them balance while running fast. Powerfuljaws and sharp teeth help tigers grab and kill prey once they catch it. Tigers eat the largest animals they can catch. They hunt wild boars, deer, wild cows, youngelephants, and young rhinos. Tigers also kill farmers’ cows and goats. Tigers prefer to avoid people.Sometimes they attack and kill people, but only if they can’t find other food.Tigers hunt alone. They usually hunt at night. Tigers will travel 6 to 20 miles (10 to 30 kilometers) inone night while searching for prey. Tigers sneak up on their prey. They use the trees and grass to hide. A tiger slowly andsilently sneaks until its prey is about 30 feet (about 10 meters) away. The tiger then lunges,lightning-fast, and grabs the animal in its paws and wrestles it to the ground. It sinks its teeth intothe animal’s neck to kill it. The tiger then drags the dead animal to a hiding place. The tiger will eatfor two or three days until the meat is gone. On average, a tiger must kill once every eight days toavoid starving. Even though tigers are built to hunt, they are only successful in 1 out of 10 or 20hunts! Tigers roar to scare other tigers away. A tiger’s roar tells other tigers to keep out of itshunting ground. Tigers also use smells and scratch marks to mark their territory.48. Which statement is true about tiger? A. Tigers are tame animals. C. Tigers roar to frighten people away. B. Tigers hunt their prey in group. D. Tigers’ long tails give them balance while running fast.49. How do tigers grab and kill their prey? A. By theirPowerful jaws and sharp teeth. C. By their long tails and sharp claws. B. By their strong muscles and long legs. D. By their short fur and black stripes50. “Even though tigers are built to hunt, they are only successful in 1 out of 10 or 20 hunts!” (paragraph 4) From the sentence we know that .. . A. Tigers are successful hunter. C. Tigers are dangerous hunters. B. Tigers are not good hunters. D. Tigeers usually succeed in hunting. Good Luck! 10 Try out SMPN 5 Taman 2012.2013