Soal Bahasa Inggris Smk Kls 1

SOAL UJIAN BAHASA INGGRIS

SEMESTER GENAP (DUA)

SMK MARITIM TANJUNGPINANG

Instruksi

Jawablah pertanyaan dibawah ini dengan memilih salah satu jawaban yang benar A, B, C atau D

  1. Budi : This room is very hot, would you opening the window please?

Amir : …

a. thanks b. thank you c. that’s goodd. I’d be glad to

  1. A : My father died two days ago

B : …

a. congratulationb. I am sad

c. I am sorry to hear that d. that’s great

  1. I . Adam and her sister two days ago.

a. meetb. metc. meetsd. meeting

  1. It was the .dinner I’ve ever cooked.

a. worstb. worsec. badd. more bad

  1. Jannata : How long can you stay under water?

Nadia : I can stay there … I can hold my breath

a. as b. as long as c. since d. for

  1. X: .

Y : "oh, I like it very much. It’s not too big but not too small either and most of the people are

friendly"

a. why do you likeb. why don’t you like

c. what did you think d. what do you like

  1. Those gorillas have large heads and sharp .

a. toothesb. toothc. toothsd. teeth

  1. Sue lost her ring . the sand . the beach.

a. at inb. of inc. in atd. on in

  1. Tony : "shall we go out for some ice cream?"

Tini : " … but I’m doing my assignment now."

a. Yes, thank you b. I’d love to c. No, I have no timed. I like it

  1. The luggage is twice the baby’s weight. The luggage is … the baby.

a. heavier than b. as heavy asc. not so heavy as d. lighter than

  1. Tono found his dog sleeping in the car. This sentence means …

a. his dog was sleeping in the car when he found it

b. when he found his dog he was sleeping in the car

c. he found his dog when he was sleeping in the car

d. when his dog found him he was sleeping in the car

  1. The smoke from vehicles and factories … the air.

a. pollutes b. destroysc. dirties d. contaminates

  1. He . his PhD at Delft Technical University in 1990

a. didb. doesc. isd. was

  1. X :"…"

Y : "Certainly"

a. could you carry this bag for me, please? b. what is the weather like?

c. why don’t you see the doctor? d. who’s speaking please?

  1. We . basketball last week.

a. playedb. playsc. has playedd. playing

  1. Mutia . a new cassette recorder last month.

a. buyb. boughtc. buysd. buyer

  1. Ani : You promised to return my book now. I need badly?

Dian : … I left it home. I’ll give it you this afternoon.

a. I’m very terribleb. I don’t mind c. I’m sorry d. I’m so pleased

  1. Please speak .. little louder, I cant hear you!

a. b. anc. thed. a

  1. Irfan : The test is very difficult.

Toni : Hopefully, you can.

The underline utterance is an expression of …

a. showing disappointment b. admitting something c. showing expectation d. complaining something

  1. He . in Amsterdam for five years; then he . back to England

a. lived comeb. lived camec. lives comesd. living coming

  1. May I have your . phone number?

a. b. thec. ad. an

  1. I have never seen . UFO, but I am not sure it is exist.

a. anb. ac. thed.

  1. David is . best student in our class.

a. anb. ac. thed.

  1. Rima : I am hungry. Let’s find something to eat at cafeteria

Lusi : That’s a good idea

The underlined utterance expresses …

a. ability b. preference c. possibilityd. agreement

  1. At a meeting of the Parent-Teacher’s Association, Miss Rani rushes in and accidentally pushes Mr. Barman.

Miss Rani : "… I’m in a hurry"

Mr. Barman : "That’s quite all right"

a. Well, I must apologize b. I regret, please

c. Oh, I am so sorry d. Mind your step

  1. What type of this ship is it?

a. crane vessel

b. cruise ship

c. cargo liner

d. cable ferry

  1. Rina and her brother, Budi, were talking in the verandah when Tuti, Rina’s friend, come.

Rina introduced her brother to Tuti.

Rina : "…."

Tuti : "How do you do?"

Budi : "How do you do? Pleased to meet you"

a. Tuti, this is my brother Budi b. How are things, Tuti?

c. Tuti is my friend, Budi d. How are you?

  1. Mr. Ben hard : "Excuse me, could you tell me the way to the station?

Rizal : "Yes, it is not far from here, go straight down here, and take the first turning to

your left"

The italic utterance is about …

a. asking for information b. refusing an offer

c. introducing people d. expressing hope

  1. What is the name of part of ship pointed by arrow

a. deckb. anchor

c. smokestackd. propeller

  1. Martin . his car last year

a. crashedb. crashesc. crashsd. has crashed

  1. Henry hit a baseball over the fence. . didn’t know where . would land.

a. he itb. she itc. he itsd. it he

  1. Ms. Lindon met her husband in a gold mine. The first time .saw ., she was in love.

a. her himb. she himc. she itd. he him

  1. Henry had to pay for the broken window with his hard-earned money. .wasn’t too happy about that, but .learned a lesson.

a. she sheb. he hec. his hed. he his

  1. They . the jumping race last year.

a. winsb. wonc. winnerd. win

  1. Parents support their ..

a. childsb. childrenc. childrensd. childhood

  1. A: Where’s your office?

B: In Taipei, Taiwan.

A: Really? What part of Taipei?

B: It’s . Chung Shan North Road.

A: I know that area. Where exactly is it?

B: It’s . 105 Chung Shan North Road, next to the bookstore.

a. in onb. on atc. at ond. around with

Reading

POLLUTION

There many kinds of pollution. They can be grouped into several major classifications, of which we mention here; water pollution, air pollution, noise pollution and radiation pollution.

Air pollution is caused by car engines and by big factories with large chimneys through which dirty air escapes.

Land pollution can be caused by waste or rubbish such as paper, bottles, alumunium, scraps, junk, etc. Because of our carelessness and laziness, our surrounding are very dirty. They are filled with household as well factory waste. Some waste can be broken down by natural organisms such as bacteria. Rubbish like this is called organic waste. On the other hand, rubbish which cannot be broken down by natural organisms is called in organic waste. This is more difficult to dispose of and it makes the surroundings very unpleasant to look at.

Noise pollution can be caused by several thins; loud music through loudspeakers, the noise of motorized vehicles such as trucks, buses, motorcycles, and also aircraft. Loud noise may caused deafness. It can affect the heart and cause nervous strain.

Radiation pollution can kill many people in one moment. It is caused by uranium and other radioactive. The testing of atomic weapons is feared by people in general because atomic weapon are radioactive. These are a few example of the different kinds of pollution in our lives.

  1. Rubbish such as bottles, paper, plastic etc may cause … pollution.

a. air b. noise c. land d. water

  1. Why is loud noise dangerous to our ears?

a. It can cause annoyanceb. It makes us feel nervous

c. It was cause deafnessd. It may disturb our concentration

  1. Radiation pollution can cause the death of many people. We can get information from paragraph …

a. two b. three c. five d. four

  1. Which of these statements is true according to the text?

a. Loud noise is harmless to our ears.

b. Factories and cars can cause land pollution.

c. Natural organism can break down some waste.

d. People are in favour of testing or atomic weapon.

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  1. Libraries keep . on .

a. books shelvesb. book shelfc. books shelfsd. books shelf

  1. Indonesia has several active ..

a. volcanoesb. vulcanosc. vulcanicsd. volcano

  1. Eric talked to his friend .the phone .thirty minutes

a. on forb. in withc. on ond. for for

  1. After we finished our .dinner, Frank helped me with the .dishes.

a. delicious dirtyb. delicious dirtc. delicious dirtierd. delicious dirtiness

  1. C: When is the wedding?

D: It’s . June.

C: What day?

D: It’s . Saturday, the 25th.

C: What time?

D: It starts at 6:00.

a. in onb. on inc. in ind. on on

  1. I’m . today than I was yesterday.

a. busierb. busyc. busiestd. more busy

  1. This is the . deal I can offer you.

a. bestb. goodc. betterd. more good

  1. This is . easy question.

a. an b. ac. the d.

  1. What is _the__ name of the next station?

a. theb. ac. and.

  1. I went to _the__ sea during my summer vacation.

a. theb. ac. thisd.

  1. Is there _a__ public telephone near here?

a. ab. anc. thed.

  1. A : I have a pain in my throat. What would you recommend?

B : I’d advise you … anymore

a. not to smoke b. not smoke c. did not smoke d. will not smoke

  1. Ida : "Hello, Alfian. Are you working here?" .

Alfian : "Yes. I have been working here for a month."

Ida : "Oh, really? …"

a. by all means b. I’m very surprised c. I hope not d. Not at all

  1. Johan : Are you working here, Ivan?

Ivan : Yes, I have been working here for a month.

Johan : Oh, really …

a. I’m very surprised b. I’m very anxious c. I’m confused d. I’m worried

  1. Budi : This room is very hot, would you opening the window please?

Amir : …

a. thanks b. thank you c. I’d be glad to d. that’s good

  1. A : My father died two days ago

B : …

a. I am sorry to hear that b. I am sad

c. congratulation d. that’s great

  1. A : I have a pain in my throat. What would you recommend?

B : I’d advise you … anymore

a. not to smoke b. not smoke c. did not smoke d. will not smoke

  1. X: .

Y : "oh, I like it very much. It’s not too big but not too small either and most of the people are

friendly"

a. what did you think b. why don’t you like

c. why do you like d. what do you like

  1. Tony : "shall we go out for some ice cream?"

Tini : " … but I’m doing my assignment now."

a. Yes, thank you b. No, I have no time c. I’d love to d. I like it

  1. The luggage is twice the baby’s weight. The luggage is … the baby.

a. as heavy as b. heavier than c. not so heavy as d. lighter than

  1. Tono found his dog sleeping in the car.

This sentence means …

a. he found his dog when he was sleeping in the car

b. when he found his dog he was sleeping in the car

c. his dog was sleeping in the car when he found it

d. when his dog found him he was sleeping in the car

  1. The smoke from vehicles and factories … the air.

a. destroys b. pollutes c. dirties d. contaminates

  1. Ida : "Hello, Alfian. Are you working here?" .

Alfian : "Yes. I have been working here for a month."

Ida : "Oh, really? …"

a. by all means b. I’m very surprised c. I hope not d. Not at all

  1. X :"…"

Y : "Certainly"

a. could you carry this bag for me, please? b. what is the weather like?

c. why don’t you see the doctor? d. who’s speaking please?

  1. Ani : You promised to return my book now. I need badly?

Dian : … I left it home. I’ll give it you this afternoon.

a. I’m sorry b. I don’t mind c. I’m very terrible d. I’m so pleased

  1. Irfan : The test very difficult.

Toni : Hopefully, you can.

The underline utterance is an expression of …

a. showing disappointment b. showing expectation

c. admitting something d. complaining something

  1. Johan : Are you working here, Ivan?

Ivan : Yes, I have been working here for a month.

Johan : Oh, really …

a. I’m very surprised b. I’m very anxious c. I’m confused d. I’m worried

  1. Jannata : How long can you stay under water?

Nadia : I can stay there … I can hold my breath

a. as b. for c. since d. as long as

  1. Rima : I am hungry. Let’s find something to eat at cafeteria

Lusi : That’s a good idea

The underlined utterance expresses …

a. ability b. preference c. agreement d. possibility

  1. At a meeting of the Parent-Teacher’s Association, Miss Rani rushes in and accidentally pushes Mr. Barman.

Miss Rani : "… I’m in a hurry"

Mr. Barman : "That’s quite all right"

a. Well, I must apologize b. I regret, please

c. Oh, I am so sorry d. Mind your step

  1. Rina and her brother, Budi, were talking in the verandah when Tuti, Rina’s friend, come. Rina introduced her brother to Tuti.

Rina : "…."

Tuti : "How do you do?"

Budi : "How do you do? Pleased to meet you"

a. How are you? b. How are things, Tuti?

c. Tuti is my friend, Budi d. Tuti, this is my brother Budi

  1. Mr. Ben hard : "Excuse me, could you tell me the way to the station?

Rizal : "Yes, it is not far from here, go straight down here, and take the first turning to

your left"

The italic utterance is about …

a. expressing hope b. refusing an offer c. introducing people d. asking for information

  1. He . his PhD at Delft Technical University in 1990

a. didb. doesc. isd. was

  1. He . in Amsterdam for five years; then he . back to England

a. lived cameb. lived comec. lives comesd. living coming

  1. Martin . his car last year

a. crashedb. crashesc. crashsd. has crashed

  1. Henry hit a baseball over the fence. . didn’t know where . would land.

a. he itb. she itc. he itsd. it – he

  1. Ms. Lindon met her husband in a gold mine. The first time .saw ., she was in love.

a. she himb. her himc. she itd. he him

  1. Henry had to pay for the window with his hard-earned money. He wasn’t too happy about that, but he learned a lesson.

a. he he b. she shec. his hed. he his

  1. I . Adam and her sister two days ago.

a. metb. meetc. meetsd. meeting

  1. They . the jumping race last year.

a. wonb. winsc. winnerd. win

  1. We . basketball last week.

a. playedb. playsc. has playedd. playing

  1. Mutia . a new cassette recorder last month.

a. boughtb. buyc. buysd. buyer

  1. Libraries keep . on .

a. books shelvesb. book shelfc. books shelfsd. books shelf

  1. Parents support their ..

a. childrenb. childsc. childrensd. childhood

  1. Indonesia has several active ..

a. volcanoesb. vulcanosc. vulcanicsd. volcano

  1. Those gorillas have large heads and sharp .

a. teethb. toothc. toothsd. toothes

  1. Sue lost her ring . the sand . the beach.

a. in atb. of inc. at ind. on in

  1. Eric talked to his friend .the phone .thirty minutes

a. on forb. in withc. on ond. for for

  1. After we finished our .dinner, Frank helped me with the .dishes.

a. delicious dirtyb. delicious dirtc. delicious dirtierd. delicious dirtiness

  1. A: Where’s your office?

B: In Taipei, Taiwan.

A: Really? What part of Taipei?

B: It’s . Chung Shan North Road.

A: I know that area. Where exactly is it?

B: It’s . 105 Chung Shan North Road, next to the bookstore.

a. on atb. in onc. at ond. around with

  1. C: When is the wedding?

D: It’s . June.

C: What day?

D: It’s . Saturday, the 25th.

C: What time?

D: It starts at 6:00.

a. in onb. on inc. in ind. on on

  1. I’m . today than I was yesterday.

a. busierb. busyc. busiestd. more busy

  1. This is the . deal I can offer you.

a. bestb. goodc. betterd. more good

  1. It was the .dinner I’ve ever cooked.

a. worstb. worsec. badd. more bad

  1. This is . easy question.

a. an b. ac. the d.

  1. Please speak a. little louder, I cant hear you!

a. ab. anc. thed.

  1. May I have your . phone number?

a. b. thec. ad. an

  1. I have never seen . UFO, but I am not sure it is exist.

a. ab. anc. thed.

  1. David is . best student in our class.

a. theb. ac. and.

  1. What is _the__ name of the next station?

a. theb. ac. and.

  1. I went to _the__ sea during my summer vacation.

a. theb. ac. thisd.

  1. Is there _a__ public telephone near here?

a. ab. anc. thed.

Reading

POLLUTION

There many kinds of pollution. They can be grouped into several major classifications, of which we mention here; water pollution, air pollution, noise pollution and radiation pollution.

Air pollution is caused by car engines and by big factories with large chimneys through which dirty air escapes.

Land pollution can be caused by waste or rubbish such as paper, bottles, alumunium, scraps, junk, etc. Because of our carelessness and laziness, our surrounding are very dirty. They are filled with household as well factory waste. Some waste can be broken down by natural organisms such as bacteria. Rubbish like this is called organic waste. On the other hand, rubbish which cannot be broken down by natural organisms is called in organic waste. This is more difficult to dispose of and it makes the surroundings very unpleasant to look at.

Noise pollution can be caused by several thins; loud music through loudspeakers, the noise of motorized vehicles such as trucks, buses, motorcycles, and also aircraft. Loud noise may caused deafness. It can affect the heart and cause nervous strain.

Radiation pollution can kill many people in one moment. It is caused by uranium and other radioactive. The testing of atomic weapons is feared by people in general because atomic weapon are radioactive. These are a few example of the different kinds of pollution in our lives.

  1. Rubbish such as bottles, paper, plastic etc may cause … pollution.

a. air b. noise c. land d. water

  1. Why is loud noise dangerous to our ears?

a. It was cause deafness b. It makes us feel nervous

c. It can cause annoyance d. It may disturb our concentration

  1. Radiation pollution can cause the death of many people. We can get information from paragraph …

a. two b. three c. four d. five

  1. Which of these statements is true according to the text?

a. Loud noise is harmless to our ears.

b. Factories and cars can cause land pollution.

c. Natural organism can break down some waste.

d. People are in favour of testing or atomic weapon.

  1. What type of this ship

a. crane vesselb. cruise ship

c. cargo linerd. cable ferry

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