Soal Uji Coba Ujian Nasional SMP Neger1 1 Tayu 2015/2016

February 2, 2016 WIB
Oleh : Sukailan, M.Pd.       Ujian Nasional

PEMERINTAH KABUPATEN PATI
DINAS PENDIDIKAN
SMP NEGERI 1 TAYU
Alamat: Jl. P. Diponegoro No. 33 Tayu (0295)452245

LEMBAR SOAL
UJI COBA UJIAN NASIONAL
Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris
Hari/ Tgl : Rabu, 27 Januari 2016
Waktu : 120 menit

PETUNJUK UMUM :
1. Isikan identitas Anda ke dalam Lembar Jawab Komputer (LJK) yang tersedia dengan menggunakan pensil 2B, sesuai petunjuk di Lembar Jawab Komputer.
2. Hitamkan bulatan di depan nama mata ujian pada LJK.
3. Tersedia waktu 120 menit untuk mengerjakan paket tes tersebut.
4. Jumlah soal sebanyak 50 butir, pada setiap butir soal terdapat 4 (empat) pilihan Periksa dan bacalah soal – soal sebelum Anda menjawabnya.
5. Laporkan kepada pengawas ujian apabila terdapat lembar soal yang kurang jelas, rusak, atau tidak lengkap.
6. Tidak diizinkan menggunakan kalkulator, HP, kamus, atau alat bantu lainnya.
7. Periksalah pekerjaan Anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujian.

The following text is for question 1-3

1. Why are the students expected to go back to the bus soon?
A. They have lost some members.
B. The teachers are waiting for them.
C. The students will go to the museum.
D. The buses will leave in about fifteen minutes.

2. Who should check the member of their tour group?
A. The captain
B. The teachers
C. Museum staff
D. The tour guide

3. “…any of them, contact your teacher…”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to….
A. go
B. call
C. meet
D. leave

The following text is for question 4 and 5

4. Why did the writer feel worried?
A. Her parents often woke her up in the middle of the night.
B. There were things disturbing her about her mother.
C. The writer had just come back from Thailand.
D. She often had good dreams lately.

5. Based on the text, we know that Tika ….
A. didn’t believe in Andina
B. liked to be awaken at late night
C. was still in Thailand at that time
D. cared about her mother’s condition
The following text is for question 6 and 7

6. What did Dina’s wish to Jenny?
A. Dina apologize to Jenny.
B. Jenny said sorry to Dina.
C. They can be something afwul.
D. Dina and Jenny can still be best friend.

7. “What I said is awful and insensitive.”
The underlined word in the sentence is closest in meaning to …
A. aware
B. heartless
C. responsive
D. concerned

The following text is for question 8 and 9

8. If you want to join the community, what should you do?
A. Come to Mampang
B. Take part in Grammar class.
C. Practice the English conversation.
D. Sending message to contact number.

9. From the text, we know that English Expert 101 ….
A. opens two kinds of classes.
B. only for Jakarta community.
C. provides everyday free English course.
D. comes to enhance English community.

The following text is for question 10 – 12

10. Based on the text, we can infer that the best schools ….
A. may not good in education but low in price
B. are always well prepared as soon as possible
C. provide good character building, and science only
D. are expensive but good in education, science, and character building

11. What is being exhibited in the event?
A. A mall
B. Schools
C. Education
D. Character building.

12. ”The best one will always be costly, … ”
The closest meaning of the underlined word is ….
A. risky
B. tasteless
C. high-priced
D. inexpensive

The following text is for question 13 and 14

13. The meeting will discuss about …
A. SMP Nusantara meeting
B. the graduation day of the school
C. the preparation of school anniversary
D. the final preparation of the graduation party
14. From the text, we know that the meeting will be held at ….
A. cafe
B. hotel
C. school
D. house

The following text is for question 15 and 16

15. “ … and he was OK with it.”
The word “he” in the sentence refers to ….
A. Dad
B. Nasha
C. The dentist
D. The appointment

16. :” I have to meet my client… “
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….
A. owner
B. follower
C. manager
D. consumer

The following text is for question 17 – 19

Last month my friend and I went to Pangandaran beach, it took 5 hours from my hometown Bandung. We decided to go to Pangandaran beach with our motorcycles, because it was more interesting tour if we rode motorcycle from my hometown. We took a rest for a while in Tasik, and then continued our trip.
We arrived Pangandaran beach at 01.00 pm and we decided to stay at an inn for one night. In the afternoon we headed to the beach. We also have lunch there with eating some food that we brought from Bandung. We continued to explore the coast of Pangandaran. We started by exploring the beach, and the sea by boat Charter. We were very pleased and happy to play at the beach.
We started to come back to Bandung in the morning. It was a wonderful experience that I and my friends ever had. We will never forget that moment.
17. The main idea of the second paragraph is that the writer and his friends….
A. had lunch at the beach
B. stayed one night in the inn.
C. were excited playing at the beach.
D. arrived the beach in the morning.

18. Where did teh writer and his friend have a rest before arriving Pangandaran?
A. in Tasik
B. in an inn
C. at the beach
D. at the hometown

19. Why did they go to the beach by riding motorcycle?
A. It was faster than by car.
B. The writer wanted to enjoy the scenery.
C. It was very cheap by riding motorcycle.
D. By riding the motorcycle the tour was more intersting

The following text is for question 20 – 23

Water lily native to the temperate and tropical parts of the world. Most species of water lilies have rounded, variously notched, waxy-coated leaves. They grow on long stalks that contain many air spaces and float in quiet freshwater habitats. The stalks arise from thick, fleshy, creeping underwater stems that are buried in the mud. Some water lilies also have submerged leaves.

The flowers are showy, fragrant, and solitary. They grow at or above the water surface on long stalks. The stalks are attached to the underground stems. The flowers of most species have many stamens (male reproductive structures). Some flowers open only in the morning or in the evening to attract insect pollinators. The fruit is usually nutlike or berrylike. Some fruits ripen underwater until they rupture or decay, and the seeds then float away or sink.

Water lilies provide food for fish and wildlife but sometimes cause drainage problems because of their rapid growth. Many varieties have been developed for ornamental use in garden pools and conservatories.

20. What are attracted by the opening flowers of Water Lily?
A. The stamens.
B. The other species.
C. The decayed fruits.
D. The insect pollinators.

21. The main idea of the last paragraph is that ….
A. water lily has some benefits
B. fish and wildlife are good for water lily
C. drainage problems are caused by water lily
D. garden pools and conservatories need water lily

22. “…until they rupture or decay, … “ (paragraf three)
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….
A. grow
B. broken
C. drown
D. develop

23. Why are the seeds of water lily float away or sink?
A. The fruit is usually nutlike or berrylike.
B. The fruits ripen, rupture and decay under water.
C. The flowers open in the morning and the afternoon.
D. The stalks are attached to the underground stems.

The following text is for question 24 – 27

Caring for Jasmine
? Provide stakes for climbing jasmine. Many varieties of jasmine require stakes to climb in order to grow strong and healthy
? Keep the environment moist. Water the soil around the jasmine throughout the growing season to keep it moist, but not soggy
? Fertilize the jasmine once a month. During the growing season, fertilizing the jasmine once a month will keep it blooming.
? Prune the jasmine. Throughout the growing season, remove dead leaves, flowers and stems by pinching them off or using hand pruners.
? Watch for pests. While jasmine generally isn’t bothered by pests, it’s still a good idea to watch out for certain insects that might affect its growth
24. To make the soil around the jasmine wet, we have to … it.
A. prune
B. water
C. watch
D. fertilize

25. What can make the jasmine keeps blooming?
A. Fertilizing it once a month
B. Removing the dead leaves
C. Watching out for certain pests
D. Watering the jasmines until soggy

26. “ … flowers and stems by pinching them off or using hand pruners” (tip 5).
What does the underlined word refer to?
A. Hand pruners
B. Growing seasons
C. Blooming jusmines
D. Leaves, flower, and stems

27. “ … season to keep it moist, but not soggy.” (Tip 2)
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….
A. sticky
B. soaked
C. clammy
D. drained

The following text is for questions 28 – 30

The Ant and the Chrysalis
One day, an Ant was nimbly running about in the sunshine in search of food came across a Chrysalis that was very near its time of change. The Chrysalis moved its tail, and thus attracted the attention of the Ant, who then saw for the first time that it was alive. “Poor, pitiable animal!” cried the Ant disdainfully. “What a sad fate is yours! While I can run hither and thither, at my pleasure, and, if I wish, ascend the tallest tree, you lie imprisoned here in your shell, with power only to move a joint or two of your scaly tail.” The Chrysalis heard all this, but did not try to make any reply.
A few days after, when the Ant passed that way again, nothing but the shell remained. Wondering what had become of its contents, he felt himself suddenly shaded and fanned by the gorgeous wings of a beautiful Butterfly. “Behold in me, your much-pitied friend! ” said the Butterfly, ” Boast of your powers to run and climb as long as you can get me to listen now” So saying, the Butterfly rose in the air, and, borne along and aloft on the summer breeze, was soon lost to the sight of the Ant forever.

28. Why did the Ant disdain the Chrysalis?
A. The Ant felt shaded and fanned by the gorgeous wings.
B. The Chrysalis lay imprisoned in the shell with less power.
C. The Ant was very near to the Chrysalis, who then see him.
D. The Chrysalis heard the Ant, but did not try to make any reply.

29. What attracted the attention of the Ant?
A. The tallest tree.
B. A sad fate of ant.
C. The pitiable animal.
D. The moving tail of chrysalis.

30. What can we learn from the text?
A. Appearances are often deceptive.
B. Those who suffer most cry out the least.
C. It is easy to despise what you cannot get.
D. It is easy to be brave from a safe distance.

The following text is for questions 31 – 34

Ladybugs are insects in the Coccinellidae family of the beetle order, Coleoptera. They are characterized by their oval?shaped body and distinctive coloring.
Although these insects are commonly called “ladybugs,” they are members of the beetle order, Coleoptera. The Coleoptera are unique from other orders in that they undergo complete metamorphosis (that is, have larva and pupa stages in their life cycle), and their forewings have modified into a hardened cover that protects the insect. Other frequently used common names are ladybirds or ladybird beetles.
Both adult and larval ladybugs are known primarily as predators of aphids but they also prey on many other soft?bodied insects and insect eggs. Many of these are agricultural pest such as scale insects, mealybugs, spider mites and eggs of the Colorado Potato Beetle and European Corn Borer. A few ladybugs feed on plant and pollen mildews and many ladybugs supplement their meat diet with pollen.
Ladybugs are not commonly eaten by birds or other vertebrates, who avoid them because they exude a distasteful fluid and commonly play dead to avoid being preyed upon. However, several insects, such as assassin bugs and stink bugs, as well as spiders and toads may commonly kill lady beetles.

31. The text is about ….
A. Types of insects
B. Ladybugs in general.
C. What a ladybug eats
D. The other names of ladybugs
32. The Coleoptera are said unique because of their ….
A. common names
B. preyers and food
C. habits and behavior
D. life cycle and forewings

33. What are eaten by ladybugs?
A. Spiders.
B. Stink bugs.
C. Assassin bugs.
D. Soft-bodied insects.

34. “ … because they exude a distasteful fluid… ” (Paragraph 3)
What is the closest in meaning of the underlined word?
A. Emit
B. Issue
C. Pass
D. exhibit

The following text is for questions 35 – 37

Hello friends, here I would like to tell you my idol. His full name is Iqbaal Dhiafakhri Ramadhan. Usually we call him Iqbaal. He was born on Surabaya 28th December 1999. He’s 13 years old. He lives in Jl. Pondok Kopi III B no. D6/11 RT.6 RW.6 Jakarta Timur.
He has short, straight black hair and round eyes. He also has thick eyebrow and eyelash, oval and cute face. He has pointed nose and light brown skin. He has thin body. He’s 150 cm. He has white teeth, and slim lips. He has good voice. That is the reason he could join the popular Indonesia kid boy band, named Coboy Junior and be one of the member of the band.
He studies in Global Islamic School (GIS) Jakarta. The school address is on Jl.Condet Raya, Jakarta Timur. He is in class 7C. His favorite subjects are Fiqih and English. He likes to recite Al Quran, his holly book.
His hobbies are reading, listening music, singing, and watching cartoon movie. His fashion style is moody. But he likes using t-shirt. he also collects so many hats. When he is in show with Coboy Junior he usually wears hat and buterfly tie.
35. The main idea of the second paragraph is that Iqbaal ….
A. has some hobies
B. is the member of Coboy Junior
C. has nice physical performance
D. studies in Global Islamic School (GIS) Jakarta

36. Why could Iqbaal be the member of the kid boy band?
A. He style is moody.
B. He has a cute face.
C. His voice is very good.
D. He likes listening to music.

37. What does Iqbaal look like?
A. He has small eyes.
B. He body is bid and strong.
C. His face is roundl and cute.
D. He has short hair and pointed nose.
The following text is for questions 38 – 40
Jaka Tarub was a handsome young man. He was very popular in the village. Many young girls fell in love with him. However Jaka Tarub thought that they were not beautiful enough to be his wife. That’s why he was still single. He wanted to have a very beautiful wife.
Jaka Tarub went to the forest to collect some woods. Suddenly he heard some noise from the waterfall. He was curious. The noise was from the girls taking a bath in the waterfall. Slowly, Jaka Tarub walked to the area. When he arrived there, he saw seven beautiful girls taking a bath. He was really amazed by their beauty. After they were finished the girls slowly took their shawl. Amazingly after they wore the shawls they flew to the sky. “ They were not humans. They were fairies” said Jaka Tarub surprised. After that Jaka Tarub went home. He was very restless. He was still thinking about those seven beautiful girls.
On the next day, Jaka Tarub then decided to go back to the waterfall. When those fairies were taking a bath, he stole one of their shawls. And that made one fairy could not fly back to the sky. She cried. Jaka Tarub then approached her. “What’s wrong? Why are you crying?” “I lost my shawl. I cannot go back home. All my sisters have left me. My name is Nawang Wulan. I will give you anything if you can find my shawl.” said the fairy.
“I’ll help you. But if we can’t find it, you can stay at my house. You can be my wife,” said Jaka Tarub. Then he pretended to look for the shawl. And of course they could not find it. After that they went to Jaka Tarub’s home. Later they got married. They had a baby girl. They had a happy life. They always had enough rice to eat. They did not have to work hard like their neighbors. It was because Nawang Wulan used her magic in cooking.
One day, Jaka Tarub asked her about the magic. Nawang Wulan did not tell him the secret and asked him not to open the cooking pan’s lid. She said that if Jaka Tarub open the lid, they had to work hard to get a lot of rice to cook.
One day Jaka Tarub was really curious. He then opened the cooking pan’s lid. He saw there was only a small portion of rice to cook. When she got home come Nawang Wulan knew that Jaka Tarub had opened the lid. She was angry because she already lost the magic in cooking. Now she had to take big portion to cook. Slowly there was not enough rice in the silo. And when Nawang Wulan wanted to take the last portion of rice, she found her shawl. Jaka Tarub hide the shawl in the silo.
Nawang Wulan was really happy. She then said, “I will go home now. Take care of our daughter. When there is full moon, take her out of the house and I’ll come to get her.” Nawang Wulan then flew to the sky. Jaka Tarub was really sad. And to keep the promise, Jaka Tarub always went out of the house with his daughter when there was full moon. But Nawang Wulan never came back.
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38. The main idea of paragraph two is that Jaka Tarub ….
A. pretended to find the shawl.
B. was curious about the fairies.
C. brought Nawang Wulan to his house.
D. is a young and popular man his village.

39. Why was Nawang Wulan angry with Jaka Tarub?
A. She lost her magic in cooking.
B. She had to cook in big portion.
C. Jaka Tarub hide the shawl in the Silo
D. Nawang Wulan could not find her shawl.

40. From the text we know that Jaka Tarub ….
A. was a curious man
B. had a happy family forever
C. wanted to have the magig in cooking
D. liked to be a single man in the village
For questions 41 – 43, complete the paragraph with the words provided
Do you know a bat ? A bat has fur or hair on its body. A baby bat is born live. The babies nurse from their mom. Bats have arms, hands and feet. They are warm blooded.
Bats are very (41) … animals. They help farmers to control the insect population. Bats produce high pitched (42) … . These sounds can’t be heard by humans or other animals. The sound waves bounce off the food they hunt, such as insects, then back to the bats, telling them where the food is.
Most of them (43) … during the day, hanging upside down in caves or other dark places. Some actually live under big leaves.
41. A. useful
B. careful
C. frigtening
D. annoying

42. A. sounds
B. voices
C. shouts
D. crowd

43. A. sleep
B. hunt
C. fly
D. eat
For questions 41 – 43, complete the paragraph with the words provided
Last week, I spent my holiday in Jogjakarta. I went to Borobudur Temple. My family and I left at 05.30 am in the (44)…. We went to Borobudur Temple by private car. I had prepared everything before we went to Jogja. While we were driving, we could see some beautiful views of mountains, forests, and waterfalls. My family and I arrived Borobudur Temple at 11:30 (45) … the afternoon. There, I saw many tourists. Borobudur Temple was crowded in that holiday vacation. I could learn (46) … practice speaking English with one of foreign tourists. His name was Jack. He was very friendly. It was my first time to speak English with a foreign tourist. We went back at 04:30 in the evening. It was a very interesting vacation .
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44. A. morning
B. afternoon
C. evening
D. night

45. A. at
B. in
C. on
D. near

46. A. or
B. and
C. but
D. because
For questions 47 and 48, arrange the words into the good sentence!
47. assignment – infinishing – she – when – her – I –
1 2 3 4 5 6
was – saw – her
7 8 9

A. 2-1-5-7-9-8-4-3-6
B. 7-1-3-8-2-9-6-4-5
C. 3-7-2-9-1-4-6-8-5
D. 2-1-5-7-9-8-4-6-3
48. I – to meet – wanted – Tono – me – stay – didn’t –
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
at home–but .
8 9
A. 5-8-2-4-1-9-7-6-3
B. 4-3-2-5-9-1-7-6-8
C. 5-6-8-1-2-4-7-9-3
D. 2-1-4-3-5-7-9-8-6

49. Arrange these sentences into good arrangement !
1. Firstly, boil water until boiled.
2. Wait until you can smell the pineapple.
3. After that, bring them to boil and add the pineapples.
4. Then add sugar, cinnamon, and clovers.
5. Here are the steps of making Pineaple Stew
6. Finally, remove from heat and serve cold.

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

50. Arrange these sentences into good arrangement!

1. This word derived from German and means bench.
2. The type of services offered by a bank depends on the type of bank and the country.
3. A bank is a financial institution that provides banking and other financial services.
4. Typically, a bank generates profits from transaction fees on financial services or the interests from a loan.
5. It is an institution that holds a banking license.
6. The word bank derived from the Italian banca.

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