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Paket                         :  E 45
Mata pelajaran         :  Bahasa Inggris
Jenjang                     :  SMP/ MTs
Hari/ Tanggal            :  Selasa, 24 April 2012
Jam                             :  08.00 - 10.00

The following text is for questions number 1 and 2.
Dear, Ayu.
How are you? Here is some information you'll need. The examination will be held soon,
started from June 2"d. Calculator and dictionary are not allowed. Lateness is not tolerated. The first day is Indonesian. It will be held for four days. Don't forget to bring your examination card. See you soon. Take care.


  1. Based on the text, what's prohibited to do during the examination?
A. To be punctual.
B. To buy a calculator.
C. To bring your examination card.
D. To open a dictionary in class.

  1. From the text we can say that ....
A. Ayu does not need any information
B. Ayu should study English for the first day
C. ten minutes late is still tolerated
D. a dictionary is prohibited during examination

The following text is for questions number 3 and 4.
To: Salsa
Finally you did it.
You have finished your study excellently and accepted by the best senior high school in your city. Your achievement prove that you're the best. Keep your good job!

  1. From the text we know that ....
A. Salsa is the best student in her city
B. Nanda asks Salsa to enter her senior high school
C. Salsa did not pass the examination
D. Salsa will study in the best senior high school

  1. Your achievement proves that you're the best.
The underlined word means ....
A. development
B. assessment
C. success
D. process

The following text is for questions number 5 and 6.
Please come and celebrate with us at a

Surprise Graduation Party
in honour of our Son's hard work and effort!

Mathew has gained a BA
(Hoes Graphic Design from Glasgow School of Art)

Join us on

Saturday March 25"', 2012 at 7.30 pm
The Castle Rooms, Uddingston.
See you there!

Tony and Louise Gates
Please R.S. V.P. by Monday March 13"', Proud Mum - Louise Gates,
Orchardlton Cottage, Main Street, Rothesay, Isle of Bute.

  1. Where is the party?
A. Mathew Orchadlton Cottage
B. Glasgow School of Art
C. Uddingston
D. The Castle Rooms

  1. From the text we can say that ....
A. the party will be held in Orchardlton Cottage
B. Tony and Louise Gates are Mathew's parents
C. Mathew must work hard to pass the examination
D. you should confirm to Mathew before coming to the party

Read the following text to answer question number 7.

  1. Where do we usually find the text?
A. at the lake
B. At the beach
C. At the river bank
D. At the swimming pool.

The following text is for questions number 8 and 10.
Based on the Approval Letter of the Governor of Bank Indonesia no. 13/108/KEP.GBI/201 I on 29 December 2011, we are pleased to announce that effective from 12 January 2012,
PT Saphire Bank
has changed its name to
PT Bank Diamond Indonesia
The name change reflects the shareholding increase of Saphire Group Limited from 85% to 99% in PT Bank Diamond Indonesia as well as our strong and continuing support to Indonesia's economic growth.
Jakarta, 12 January 2012
Board of Directors
PT Bank Diamond Indonesia

  1. Why does the bank change its name? Because ....
A. they commited to support Indonesian economic grownth
B. there are some changes in shareholding
C. the governor of Bank Indonesia request it
D. they already announce it to the public

  1. The name change reflects the shareholding increase ..."
The underlined word closest in meaning with ....
A. mirrors
B. shows
C. makes
D. improves

  1. The text above is about ....
A. Bank Indonesia closing a certain bank
B. a change of a bank ownership
C. a change of name of a bank
D. an announcement of a bank bankruptcy

Read the following text to answer question number 11 and 12.


Fast relief for:

Congestion                         100 tablets
Runny nose                        USP
Coughs                               200 mg


  1. Which of the following sickness cannot be relieved by this medicine?
A. Headache.
B. Coughs.
C. Cancer.
D. Fever.

  1. What's the writer's purpose to write the text above?
A. To inform the process of making Cold Breaker.
B. To persuade people to use the product.
C. To explain the ingredients of the product.
D. To describe the illnesses that can be cured.

The following text is for questions number 13 and 15.
From     :
To          : ivan
Dear Ivan,
How's life? I know you must be very busy these days since it's the beginning of the term.
I hope you are not too tired and still have time for yourself. I found that the school here is exciting too. I have made a lot of friends, I'll tell you about them later on my next e-mail.
I have a new hobby now. Planting! You won't believe it, I grow so many kinds of fruit -here such as guava, mango, orange, and dragon fruit. I usually buy the seed at a nearby shop. I'm crazy about planting now. I guess because it's so easy to get the seeds or young plants, and the soil here seems so nice to plants. Everything grows easily here. I own a small farm behind my house. I love my farm. It's about two hundreds square meter. My little brother helps me at the farm. We make a great team.
Well, I promise to send you some fruits when they are ripe someday and let me now how they taste.

  1. Rehan will give some of his crops to Ivan when ....
A. his brother helps him
B. the fruit are ripe
C. Ivan visits him
D. the plants grow well

  1. What is the main idea of paragraph one?
A. Ivan is very busy since it is the beginning of the term.
B. Rehan found that his new school is exciting.
C. Ivan is very tired these days.
D. Rehan is asking about Ivan's life.

  1. Rehan mainly tells Ivan about ... in his e-mail.
A. how to grow plants
B. his new hobby
C. his new school
D. his team work

The following text is for questions number 16 to 18.
How to Repel Mice
Mice might look cute, but they can be harmful pets that destroy household items, eat and mess with food and can spread severe diseases through their feces and parasites they carry. Here are some useful tips on how to repel house mice:
  1. Use peppermint, put the peppermint near wall corners.
  2. Pour generous amount of peppermint oil on cotton balls.
  3. Place the saturated cotton balls on areas where mice are possibly seen-around counter tops, under the sofas in your living room.
  4. Put them behind shelves, wall corners or on the floor beneath your kitchen sink.

  1. Why do we use peppermint to repel mice? Because -7.
A. peppermint is fresh to breathe
B. mice love the peppermint
C. mice will die of breathing mint
D. mice hate the smell of peppermint

  1. From the text above, we can conclude that ...
A. mice spread severe diseases through feces
B. peppermint is useful to repel mice
C. mice love peppermint
D. we can place oil everywhere to repel mice

  1. "Put them behind shelves ..."
The word "them" refers to ....
A. pets
B. peppermint
C. cotton balls
D. peppermint oil

The following text is for questions number 19 to 21.
I live in L.a Castellana. My neighborhood is very quiet and very old. There are many big houses and some apartement buildings. The streets are clean and spacious. Near my house there are two schools and a university. There are some public parks. The houses have large gardens. There are many huge trees along the streets.
My neighborhood is near 80th Avenue which is a commercial sector. There are many offices and stores. At night, all the bars and restaurants open until late. It is very crowded at night.
Transportation in my neighborhood is very easy. 80th Avenue is passed by many bus routes and taxis. I can walk to nearly every parts of the city because everything is in a walking distance. I love living in this neighborhood.

  1. What can't you find near the writer's house during day time?
A. 80th Avenue and stores
B. Gardens and trees.
C. Schools and a university.
D. Many people in bars.

  1. Why does the writer love living in La Castellani? Because ....
A. there are many office and stores.
B. her neighbourhood is a commercial sector.
C. her house is close to bars and restaurants.
D. her neighbourhood is very convenient.

  1. "... which is a commercial sector." (paragraph 2)
The underline words are similar in meaning with a/an....
A. appointment point
B. convenient place
C. profitable location
D. business district

The following text is for questions number 22 to 24.
Boyolali regency is located in north of Solo and east of Merapi and Merbabu Mountains. This regency has been known for its production of fresh milk for a long time. No wonder, the cow statues adorn Boyolali town.
There are six main cow statues in Boyolali. They are displayed in different places. The statues are made of concrete. The colour and shape are made in such a way to resemble the real cows. However, the size is made bigger to catch the eye.
Besides decorating the town, the statues also turn out to be helpful for people from out of town to find places they are seeking in Boyolali. By mentioning the position of the statue, people can get their way easily.

  1. . " ... they are seeking in Boyolali" (paragraph 3) What does the underlined word refer to?
A. People from out town
B. Places in Boyolali.
C. Cow statues.
D. Real cows.

  1. What is the main idea of the last paragraph?
A. The statues help people to find places easily.
B. The statues decorate the town beautifully.
C. The cow can get their way easily around the town.
D. The people from out of town easily find the statues.

  1. The text mainly tells us about ....
A. the colour of the statues
B. cow statues in Boyolali
C. a town called Boyolali
D. how to raise cows

The following text is for questions number 25 to 27.
It was the beginning of July, My parents and I were in a plane heading home from our vacation.
A crew announced the passengers that we were going to land in the airport in a few minutes. While listening to the announcement, I was looking outside through the window and saw how dark the sky was. It was raining heavily and lightnings sparked here and there.
Suddenly, I felt the plane went bumpy. The impact was low at the beginning, however it gradually became terrible. Everything shook terribly. People started to scream in fear. I hold my parents' hands. I heard my Dad was praying while Mom tried to soothe me.

Fortunately, our plane landed safely at the airport under that extreme weather. I thanked God for saving my parents and I.

  1. What was the writer's mother doing during the turbulence?
A. She was holding her usband's hand.
B. She was calming the writer down.
C. She was praying for help.
D. She was crying for fear.
  1. The turbulence was caused by ....
A. the bad weather
B. the size of the plane
C. the height of the flight
D. the damage on one of the machines
  1. What is the main idea of paragraph 2?
A. The writer saw that it was raining heavily and lightning outside.
B. The writer was enjoying the announcement made by the crew.
C. A crew was announcing that they were going to land soon.
D. The lightning outside scared the writer.

The following text is for questions number 28 to 30.
Last summer, when mum and dad weren't feeling well, Tom was taking his dog, Paddy, for a walk. Suddenly there was a rabbit running across the path they were taking. Paddy barked very loud and the scared rabbit ran into the bushes. Although Tom was trying hard to grip the collar, Paddy was running after the rabbit. That was the last time he saw Paddy.
He tried to look for him for days. Finally, five weeks later, when Tom was out for a coffee at Motorway Cafe, his parents called. They were having lunch when they heard a dog barked outside the house. The hurriedly went out and there was Paddy wigling his tail.

  1. "That was the last time he saw Paddy"
The word he refer to ....
A. Father
B. Tom
C. Rabbit
D. Paddy

  1. How did Paddy get lost?
A. He was hungry and searched for a food
B. He followed motorbike riders away
C. He saw a rabbit and ran after it
D. He felt bored and took a walk

  1. The text generally talks about ....
A. the coming back of the lost dog
B. a long journey of the dog
C. a holiday experience in Scotland
D. the disappearance of a dog

The following text is for questions number 31 to 34.
An ant nimbly running in search of food came across a chrysalis that was close its time to change. The chrysalis moved and this attracted the attention of the ant who for the first time realized that it was a living thing. "Poor, pitiable animal!", cried the ant disdainfully "what a sad fate is yours! While I can run with my pleasure, you lie imprisoned here in your shell". The chrysalis heard all this, but did not try to make any reply.
After a few days, when the ant passed that way again, nothing but the shell remained. Wondering what had happened to its content, he felt himself suddenly shaded and fanned by the gorgeous wings of a beautiful butterfly. "Behold in me," said the butterfly, "your much pitied friend!". So the butterfly rose in the air and lost in the summer breeze.

  1. What happened to the chrysalis after few days?
A. The chrysalis had gone from the shell
B. The chrysalis had become a butterfly
C. The ant felt sad about chrysalis death
D. The ant felt happy for the butterfly

  1. What is the main idea of the first paragraph?
A. Chrysalis is a animal
B. The chrysalis lie imprisoned
C. The ant was feeling sorry for the chrysalis
D. The ant goes around to have fun

  1. The text generally tells us about ....
A. the adventure of an ant
B. the ant and the chrysalis
C. the changing of the chrysalis
D. the regret of the ant

  1. From the text we can learn that ....
A. we have to be arrogant to others
B. freedom is everything in life
C. we have to take revenge
D. the appearance may be deceptive

The following text is for questions number 35 to 38.
Two frogs had lived in a village all their lives. They thought they would like to go and see the big city that was about ten miles away.

They talked about it for a long time and at last they set off to the city.

It was a hot day, and they soon began to feel tired. They had only gone a little way when one said to the other, "we must be nearly there, can you see the city?"
"No," said the other frog, "but if I climb on your back I might be able to see it."

So he climbed up on the back of the other frog to see the city.

Now when the frog put up his head, his eyes could only see what was behind. And not what was in the front. So he saw the village they had just left.
"Can you see the city?" asked the frog who was below.
"Yes," answered the frog who had climbed up." I can see it. It looks just like our village."

Then the frogs thought that it was not worthwhile going any further. They went back and told the frogs in the village that they had seen the city, and it was just like theirs.

  1. What did they feel on their way to find a big city?
A. Happy.
B. Glad.
C. Sad.
D. Tired.

  1. Why did one of the frogs climb on the other's back?
A. It felt tired.
B. It was a hot day.
C. It could not see the city.
D. It thought it was worthwhile.

  1. " last they set off to see the city." (Paragraph 2)
The underlined word means ....
A. left
B. gave up
C. decided
D. stopped

  1. What is the moral value of the text?
A. Never do something useless with your friends.
B. Never trust within a single opinion without other evidences.
C. We have to accept whatever information we receive.
D. We can always ask someone's opinions for anything.

The following text is for questions number 39 to 42.
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. -

  1. Which one creates Jellyfish's light?
A. White blood.
B. Nervous system.
C. Chemical reaction.
D. Salt water.

  1. Based on the text, we know that ....
A. they belong to invertebrate animals
B. they have heads like other animals
C. their brain helps them find the food
D. they cannot live in fresh water

  1. What is the text about?
A. Jellyfish.
B. Kinds of all fish.
C. All invertebrate animals.
D. Some kinds of sea animals.

  1. "Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light." ( paragraph 3 )
The word "glow" in the sentence means ....
A. move
B. produce
C. appear
D. shine

Complete the following paragraph with correct word.
I went to Germany with my family ... (43) a school holiday a few years ago. It was getting dark, so we were looking for a hotel. Then we ... (44) upon two hotels next each other with ... (45) opening. We just randomly chose one and settled for the night.

  1. A. for
B. from
C. since
D. during

  1. A. come
B. came
C. comes
D. coming

  1. A. park
B. store
C. job
D. room

For questions 46 to 48, choose the correct answer to complete the text.
In my house, I have two rose shrubs. I water them every morning and I am happy to see them grow.
On one plant, there are some blossoming roses. They look very beautiful and smell so (46) .... There are also some roses that are still wrapped in tight green buds. Although I really want to, I never saw the blossoming process.
I enjoy seeing and touching each delicate petal of the roses lightly. But if I (47) ... it, I should be very (48) ..., otherwise I will spoil the petals.

  1. A. bad
B. nice
C. scentless
D. unpleasant

  1. A. touch
B. touches
C. touched
D. touching

  1. A. rough
B. skilful
C. careful
D. careless

  1. Arrange the following words into a good sentence.
Poor - ashamed - his - was - of - because - Malin Kundang - mother
     1         2          3         4    5       6                 7                 8

A. 7-4-6-3-1-8-5-2
B. 7-4-1-6-3-8-5-2
C. 7-4-2-6-5-3-1-8
D. 7-4-2-6-3-1-8-5

  1. Arrange these sentences into a meaningful paragraph.
  1. We couldn't take any photographs.
  2. It was really beautiful.
  3. Then, we walked into a waterfall.
  4. It was nice having meals in the open air.
  5. Unfortunately, we left our camera at home.
  6. Finally, we decided to go back to our tent.
  7. On Saturday, my friends and I camped on a hill nearby.
  8. After setting up the tent, we took our picnic jar and had a meal together.

A. 7-8-5-1-3-4-2-6
B. 7-8-4-3-2-5-1-6
C. 7-8-2-3-4-6-5-1
D. 7-8-4-2-5-1-3-6

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