Mata Pelajaran: Bahasa Inggris. Alokasi ... Date: Sunday, 17 May 2012. Time: 4
p.m. ... The notice on the right is put on the wall of "SMP Dirgantara". What does ...
Ujian Nasional SMP 8 Mata Pelajaran: Bahasa Inggris Alokasi Waktu: 120 menit Jumlah Soal: 50 butir Choose the correct answer. The following notice is for question number 1.
1. What does the notice mean? a. Customers cannot use the restrooms b. Restrooms are available for the customers c. Restrooms are available for female only d. Customers have to avoid the restrooms Read the following text and answer questions 2 to 4. Dear Hasri, Hi friend, here I invite you to my 15th birthday party. Date: Sunday, 17 May 2012 Time: 4 p.m. Place: My house, Martadinata Street No. 67, Purworejo Please, arrive on time! Without you the party will be different. Cheers, Halima 2. When will the Halima's birthday party be held? a. At 4 p.m. b. At Martadinata Street No. 67 c. At her house d. On May 15 3. In what year was Halima born?
a. 1995 b. 1996 c. 1997 d. 1998 4. Halima hopes that Hasri ... a. sings and dances b. wears new dress c. attends her party d. brings a present 5. THROW THE RUBBISH INTO THE DUSTBIN The notice on the right is put on the wall of "SMP Dirgantara". What does it mean? a. Students may not have rubbish in the school b. Students should throw the rubbish into the dustbin c. The rubbish in the dustbin must be thrown away everyday d. The dustbin is the place where students can throw the rubbish Read the following text and answer questions 6 to 8. Do you know that some bajaj in Jakarta have been replaced by new micro cars called mobil kancil, has been operating as public transport in some areas in Jakarta for some months now. These 400 cc cars only fit for 4 people including the driver and are said to be environmentally friendlier than the traditional bajaj. These smart cars are expected to be used not only in Jakarta but also in Bali and Medan in near future. Can you imagine if all bemos or public transports are replaced by these mini cars? 6. What is the text about? a. Bajaj in Jakarta b. Public Transport c. Bemos d. Mobil Kancil 7. Where will Mobil Kancil be used? a. In Jakarta, Bali and Medan b. In Jakarta c. In Bali d. In Medan 8. What is the purpose of the text? a. To explain how to operate Mobil Kancil b. To retell Bajaj in Jakarta c. To inform Mobil Kancil d. To describe public transport
Read the following text and answer questions 9 to 11. ATTENTION CALLING ALL RESIDENTS OF GREEN PARK SHOW OFF YOUR FAMILY TALENTS SING, DANCE, BE FUNNY, PLAY MUSIC OR PERFORM MAGIC Do it with 2, 3 or 4 others (relatives can join) No age limitation TO ENTER 1. Pick up a form from this Glory Supermarket counter. 2. Complete the form. 3. Drop the completed form in the box labelled "TALENT SEARCH" at Glory Supermarket. 4. Box will be removed a fort night after the date given below. IMPORTANT: FILL IN THE FORM ONLY AFTER YOU HAVE READ THE RULES GIVEN AT THE BACK 24 MAY 2012 RESIDENTS" COMMITTEE GREEN PARK 9. Where this announcement would be put up? a. In all schools b. In all parks c. At the shopping complex d. At the Glory Supermarket 10. "No Age Limitation" What does it mean? a. Aged man is not allowed b. Those who are under age are forbidden c. Age will not be considered d. Only those who are over sixteen years of age can take part 11. The announcement is about ... a. a talent show b. family members c. entering members d. residents of Green Park 12. Arrange these sentences into a good paragraph. 1) At the ceremony, the coffin was carried up to the burial place. 2) He is kept in a coffin until the funeral ceremony. 3) Buffaloes are slaughtered and the meat is eaten as food by the people. 4) The coffin is placed in a hole with a wooden statue in front of it.
5) In Toraja, if a person dies he is not buried directly. a. 3 - 5 - 2 - 1 - 4 b. 1 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 5 c. 5 - 2 - 3 - 1 - 4 d. 2 - 1 - 5 - 4 – 3 Read the following text and answer questions 13 to 14. The Fly and the Bull There is once a little fly that thought he was very important. On sunny morning, he flew around looking for someone to talk to. He saw a bull grassing in the field. He decided to fly down to talk to him. The little fly flew down and buzzed around the bull’s head. The bull did not bother with him. He went on chewing grass. The fly then buzzed right inside the bull’s ear. The bull continued chewing grass. Now the fly decided to land on one of the bull’s horns to make the bull notice him. He waited for the bull to say something, but the bull kept quiet. The fly then shouted angrily, “Oh bull, if you find that I am too heavy for you, let me know and I will fly away!” The bull laughed and said, “Little fly, I don’t care if you stay or leave. You’re so tiny that your weight does not make any difference to me, so please be quiet and leave me alone.” 13. When did the story happen? a. in the afternoon b. in the morning c. in the evening d. at night 14. Who are the participants of the story? a. the little fly and the bull b. the little fly c. the bull d. the fly and someone 15. “He saw a bull grassing in the field.” The word ‘he’ in the sentence above refers to ... a. the sun b. the fly c. the bull d. the cow Read the following text and answer questions 16 to 18.
Djoko Tri Wilarto was very busy last week. He wrote some letters for his parents and friends on Monday. On Tuesday he visited Restu Praditya’s school. He played tennis for two hours there. Restu Praditya is his friend. In the evening he went to the sport shop. He bought a new tennis racket. Then he played again the whole day on Wednesday. He stayed home in the evening. He was very tired. Then he spoke to his parents on phone. On Thursday he watched the football match on the television. At the weekend he visited his brother’s badminton club at Jalan Angsa I. 16. What does Restu Praditya do? a. a shopkeeper b. a businessman c. an athlete d. a student 17. The text is about Djoko Wilarto’s ... last week. a. sports b. schedule c. weekend d. busy days 18. What did he do on Monday last week? a. he wrote some letters for his friends and parents b. he was very busy to write the letters c. he gave his new tennis racket to Restu Praditya d. He spoke to his friend Restu Praditya The following text is for questions 19 to 21. Besengek Daging Ingredients: 500 gr beef 1 onion 1 teaspoon shrimp paste ½ red chilli pepper 1 teaspoon coriander (ground) ½ teaspoon turmeric 30 ml tamarind water 250 ml beef stock 500 ml coconut milk 2 teaspoons sugar Salt to taste Oil for frying Preparation: Place the beef in enough water to cover and boil until tender (about 1 hour). Remove from stock and slice after cooling. Chop the onion and fry with the shrimp paste. Add chilli, pepper,
coriander, turmeric, tamarind, sugar, and salt. Sauté for further ½ minute. Then add the beef and stock. Cover pan and simmer for a further 5 minutes. Uncover pan and add the coconut milk. Continue cooking until the sauce thickens. Can be served on its own or with rice. (UN 2011/P54) 19. How much sugar do we need according to the recipe? a. ½ teaspoon b. 1 teaspoon c. 2 teaspoons d. 2 spoons 20. Why does the writer write this text? a. To explain the ingredients of the food b. To describe the taste of besengek daging. c. To teach the readers about traditional foods. d. To explain the process of making besengek daging. 21. What is the main ingredient of this food? a. Beef b. Turmeric c. Tamarind d. Coriander The following text is for questions 22 and 23. Attention Passenger planning to drive and park at the airport should be aware of several changes due to construction at the terminal. Short term parking is available in the new parking lot at the south end of the terminal. This lot provides hourly parking for those who are meeting or dropping passengers. Travellers who plan to park overnight or longer can park in the new satellite lot and board a shuttle bus to the terminal. New signs in the entrance of the airport will direct travellers to the appropriate parking area. (UN 2011/P54) 22. Why are there new instructions about parking at the airport? a. The road is under reparation b. The new parking lot is available c. There was an accident on the runway d. There is a construction in progress at the terminal 23. Where can the travellers park their cars over night or longer? a. At the entrance of the airport
b. At the south of the terminal c. In the new satellite lot. d. In a new parking lot. The following table is for question number 24. Schedule Dance Balet Legong Srimpi Jaipong
Ticket price Rp 2.500 Rp 1.000 Rp 1.250 Rp 2.500
Time 19.00 16.30 17.00 20.00
24. I want to buy me jaipong ticket although ... . a. It is the most expensive b. its show time is the earliest c. its performance is the latest d. it is cheaper than others 25. Arrange the sentences below into a good paragraph. 1) As we know Rick Leach and Scott Melville play tennis attractively 2) They can work together in the court; so they can beat their opponent 3) Here is a report on the final International tennis tournaments 4) They become the champion pair, defeating American compatriots Kent Kinear and Dave Rendall. A good arrangement is ... a. 3 – 1 – 2 – 4 b. 3 – 2 – 1 – 4 c. 1 – 3 – 4 – 2 d. 2 – 3 – 1 – 4 Read the following text and answer questions numbers 26 to 28. Dear, Hi my name is Dian Wahyu Dinata. I'm the winner of an English Poetry Reading Competition in Sempu. I live in Maron. I was very happy to meet Sue and Ayu early February 2008 and I am very comfortable speaking English with you. I have one question for kang Guru when can I be invite KG to our school in SMP Genteng. Dian Wahyu Dinata. Sempu, Banyuwangi EAST JAVA 26. Who is the winner of an English Poetry Reading Competition in Sempu? a. Sue and Ayu b. Dian Wahyu Dinata
c. Dian's friends d. Dian's teacher 27. When did Dian Wahyu Dinata meet Sue and Ayu? a. Before an English Poetry Reading Competition b. When Dian invited Kang Guru c. Early February 2008 d. When Sue and Ayu came early February 2008 28. Which statement is true based on the letter above? a. Sue and Ayu have one question for Kang Guru b. Sue and Ayu live in Maron c. Dian Wahyu Dinata is not the winner of an English Poetry Reading Competition d. The writer of the letter is Dian Wahyu Dinata Read the following text and answer questions numbers 29 and 30. Balekambang is a small village on the southern coast of East Java, seventy kilometers past the town Malang, two hours drive from it south. It is well-known for its long beautiful white sandy beach as well as the similarity of its temple to Tanah Lot in Bali. In Balekambang there are three small rocky islands namely Ismoyo Island, Wisanggeni Island, and Anoman Island, which are surrounded by the sea as well. That is the Indonesian Ocean whose huge wave frightens many overseas cruisers. Those names are taken from 'wayang' figures (Java traditional puppets). 29. What is the second paragraph about? a. The location of Balekambang b. How to go to Balekambang c. Balekambang and its beauty and location d. Three small rocky islands in Balekambang 30. What makes Balekambang famous? a. it has three small islands b. the name of islands come from wayang figures c. the huge waves of Indonesian Ocean d. It has beautiful sandy beach and the similarity with Tanah Lot in Bali Read the following text and answer questions numbers 31 to 33. Long ago on the top of Mount Kinabalu in Borneo, there lived a dragon. He owned large and beautiful pearl. People believed that he controlled the weather with it. The emperor of China heard this and wanted the pearl. He sent his two sons, Wee Ping and Wee San to Borneo to steal it. The princes, together with one hundred soldiers, set sail for Borneo in twelve sailing junks.
When they arrived in Borneo, they set out immediately to find the famous mountain. Their journey up the rugged slopes of Mount Kinabalu proved very difficult. The dragon guarded his cave very fiercely and killed many of their soldiers. Then Wee San had a clever idea. He climbed a tall tree, so he could see the dragon’s cave. He noted what time the dragon left his cave to hunt for food and what time he returned to it. Next he ordered his men to make a fake pearl and a large kite. He waited until the dragon left his cave. Then he placed the fake pearl in a bag, slung it across his shoulder and flew up to the mountain-top on the kite. He exchanged the real pearl for the fake one and then his brother pulled his kite back to the ground. The brothers quickly returned to their ships and set sail for China. They sailed safely home. The emperor was thrilled with the pearl and gave a big party to celebrate his sons’ return. 31. Who was Wee San? a. An Emperor from China b. A dragon of Borneo c. A son of an Emperor d. A Borneo's son 32. " ... his men to make a fake pearl and large kite." (Paragraph 5) What does the underlined word mean? a. False b. Valuable c. Glittering d. Expensive 33. The above text is written to ... a. describe something important b. inform about a good event c. criticize certain persons d. amuse the readers 34. Choose the arrangement of the words to make a correct sentence. speech - your - winner - English - contest - on - congratulation - the - in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a. 7 - 6 - 2 - 3 - 9 - 8 - 4 - 1 - 5 b. 1 - 3 - 8 - 2 - 5 - 4 - 6 - 7 - 9 c. 8 - 3 - 1 - 9 - 2 - 4 - 5 - 7 - 6 d. 2 - 5 - 3 - 1 - 6 - 9 - 4 - 7 – 8 Read the following text and answer questions numbers 35 to 37. Healthy food preparation Food which has been prepared or stored in unhealthy conditions causes many people to become ill. Here are several steps you can take when preparing food at home to minimize the risk of getting sick.
∙ First wash your hands well. Use soap and water and wash for at least 20 seconds, the same as it takes to sing Happy Birthday twice. ∙ Don’t forget to clean under your finger-nails too. ∙ Rinse off the soap then dry your hands on a clean towel. ∙ Thoroughly was fruits and vegetables, especially if they will be eaten raw. Just use water, don't use soap for that! ∙ Keep uncooked and cooked meat separately. ∙ Cover cooked food so flies don't walk over it. 35. What is the text about? a. Several steps about healthy food preparation. b. Ways to wash your hands well. c. Ways how to wash our finger-nails. d. Several steps about fruit and vegetables separation. 36. Why do you have to prepare healthy food? a. To wash our hands well. b. To clean under finger-nails. c. To minimize the risk of getting sick. d. To keep uncooked and cooked meat separately. 37. What do you need to wash fruits and vegetables? a. Only soap b. Only water c. Soap and water d. Meat Read the following text and answer questions numbers 38 to 39. The brain is a hungry organ. The cells of the brain require twice the amount energy than that of other cells in the body. To work well and efficiently throughout the day, this energy level must be kept high enough so not to cause mental stress and exhaustion. When the brain is not stresses it works continuously to ensure our body function well. 38. "The cells of the brain require twice the amount of ... " (Line 1) The underlined word has same meaning as ... a. get b. take c. bring d. need 39. What will happen if the brain isn't stressed? a. It requires the large amount of energy. b. It works continuously to ensure our bodies function well. c. It causes our body weak. d. It makes us easy to think.
For questions 40 to 42, choose the suitable word to complete the text the below. Susan is standing in front of her ... (40). She is thinking about what to wear to Vera's party. Her mother has bought her a new dress. But she cannot wear it. Her sister has borrowed it and she has not returned it yet. She can't ... (41) her blue dress either. She has worn it to Emmy's party. The red blouse looks good. But she has lost its matching skirt. It is 3.30 p.m. now. Bobby has promised to come and ... (42) her at 4. But she has not found the right dress yet. 40. a. table b. mirror c. wardrobe d. television 41. a. wear b. postpone c. finish d. read 42. a. write b. return c. bring d. fetch Read the following text and answer questions numbers 43 to 45. Feel like home LAKE HOTEL A well-known hotel since 1934. Located 1 hour drive from beautiful lake Toba. Facilities: ∙ 45 double bedrooms (bungalow type) some with terrace, with or without fire place and car parks. ∙ 400 seats panoramic restaurant and bar. ∙ Swimming pool, tennis court, billiard, horse riding, jogging track, large park area for picnic and children playground. ∙ Function and conference rooms up to 100 persons ∙ Restaurant serving Indonesian and Chinese cuisine We’re waiting for you LAKE HOTEL Jl. Sisingamangaraja 19 PO.BOX 491 Medan Phone (061) 332248 43. Lake Hotel has the following facilities except ... a. children playground b. tennis court
c. billiards d. sauna 44. Which is not true according to the text above? a. Lake Hotel has function and conference rooms. b. People can have European food at Lake Hotel. c. Lake Hotel is far from Lake Toba. d. The type of the rooms in Lake Hotel is bungalow type. 45. “We’re waiting for you” The word ‘you’ in the sentence above refers to ... a. the writers b. the readers c. the visitors d. the owners For questions 46 and 47, choose the suitable word to complete the text the below. Sonia: What is the ... (46) of "Lebaran" Day? Aziz: We always forgive each other and the children usually do the " Sungkeman" to their parents. But the most important thing is we go to a ... (47) or field for praying. 46. a. ambition b. tradition c. celebration d. ceremony 47. a. tradition b. culture c. graveyard d. mosque. 48. Cecep: How did you go to Surabaya? Peter: At first I planned to take an air conditioned bus but it was too expensive, ... I took an economy class one. a. because b. although c. but d. so 49. Citra: Do you believe that Indonesia will become a prosperous country? Satria: Of course ... the citizens work hard. a. So b. If c. Unless d. Although
Question 50 refers to this chart.
Chart of 600 SMK Karya Graduates 2012
running own business 30% studying in college 20% working for a company 40% unknown 10%
50. What do the two fifth of SMK Karya graduates do? a. Unknown b. Working for a company c. Running own business d. studying in college