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SMA KAB. SRAGEN/UTAMA Bhs Inggris XI IPA – IPS/ UAS2/ 2011

PEMERINTAH KABUPATEN SRAGEN

DINAS PENDIDIKAN NASIONAL

ULANGAN KENAIKAN KELAS

SMA KABUPATEN SRAGEN

TAHUN PELAJARAN 2010/2011

Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris

Kelas / Program : XI IPA & IPS

Hari / Tanggal : ….. Juni 2011

Waktu : 07.30 – 09.30 WIB

Petunjuk umum



  1. Jawaban dikerjakan pada lembar jawaban yang tersedia.

  2. Sebelum mengerjakan soal, tulis terlebih dahulu pada lembar jawab : Nomor Ujian pada tempat yang disediakan.

  3. Bacalah dengan teliti, petunjuk dan cara mengerjakan soal.

  4. Perhatikan dan bacalah soal baik – baik sebelum Anda menjawab.

  5. Pilihlah jawaban yang tepat/betul dan berilah tanda silang (X) pada salah satu huruf A, B, C, D atau E

Contoh jawaban : Jika jawaban yang dianggap betul A : A B C D E

  1. Jika terjadi kesalahan dalam memilih jawaban, berilah tanda = = = pada jawaban yang salah, kemudian silanglah (X) jawabana yang anda anggap betul.

Contoh : A B C D E jawaban diubah menjadi C : A B C D E

  1. Memberi tanda X pada dua pilihan atau lebih untuk satu soal, dianggap salah.


PETUNJUK KHUSUS

  1. Pilihlah salah satu jawaban yang anda anggap paling benar dengan cara menyilang huruf, A, B, C, D atau E pada lembar jawaban yang tersedia.




TEXT 1 : No. 1- 2


We Need A Few More Tigers

Fortune Advertising is out hunting for people and for business. We’re recently made one big kill in harness with our partners DDB Needham Word Wide and we’ve got more targets in our sight. We need :



  • ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES (Code AE)

  • ACCOUNT PLANNER (Code AP)

  • SENIOR COPYWRITER (Code CW)

We’re equal opportunity employers. We’re looking for people who are university graduates, ideally in communications, age up to 27 for AE and 35 for AP & CW, with fluency in Indonesian and English languages an at least 4 years experience in an agency handling multinational accounts. For AE and AP, some background in marketing and research would be a valuable plus. And we’re looking for self motivated hungry tigers. Write to us with the code for the job you’re seeking in the top left corner of the envelope and send it to us in confidence not later than April 2011 in our lair.

PT ABADI SENTOSA

Jl. ADE RAY 123




  1. What is the advertisement about?

  1. Job Vacancy

  2. Job Promotion

  3. A Largest Company

  4. A New Employers Promotion

  5. A Victorious of PT ABADI SENTOSA




  1. How many employers are needed by PT ABADI SENTOSA ?

  1. 35

  2. 27

  3. 4

  4. 2

  5. 3



TEXT 2 : No. 3-6

May 2, 2011

Pamela Januarty

Jl. Rajawali 222

Semarang

The advertiser

BOX No 321

Weekly “City Post”

Jl. Rambutan 101 Jakarta
Dear Sir,

I wish to apply for the post of secretary which you advertised in “City Post”, May 2, 2011. I believe I possess all the qualifications that you stipulate :

Age : 21

Date of birth : September 20, 1988

Education : Elementary School (1994-2000)

Junior High School (2000-2003)

Senior High School (2003-2006)

Zenith Secretarial Course (2006-

2010)

Experience : 2010-2011; secretary PT SURYA



Languages : English (spoken and written)

Indonesian (spoken and written)

Hobbies : Singing, reading

References : Mr. Mury Wijaya

President Director PT SURYA

(enclosed)

Salary expected : Rp. 2.000.000,00

I feel sure that my education and the experience I have had would be of value to you. I would be pleased to have an interview with you at your convenience.

Sincerely yours,
Pamela Januarty


  1. What does the application letter tell about?

  1. Pamela Januarty’s curriculum vitae.

  2. Pamela Januarty’s experience with Mr. Mury Wijaya.

  3. The vacancy position in Weekly “City Post”.

  4. The history of job collaboration between Pamela Januarty and Mr. Mury Wijaya.

  5. The application letter of Pamela Januarty to apply as secretary position for BOX No. 123 weekly “City Post” Jl. Rambutan 101 Jakarta.




  1. “The writer possesses all the qualifications ….”

Languages: English and Indonesian (spoken and written). That means the writer can write and speak ….

  1. fast

  2. quickly

  3. fluently

  4. hardly

  5. spontaneously




  1. What does the mainly discuss the ending of the application letter?

  1. The writer permits to the advisor.

  2. The writer expects to get the position.

  3. The writer hopes to the advisor to call her for interviewing.

  4. The advertiser will accept by interviewing the writer.

  5. The advertiser will call the writer to have an interview.




  1. “I believe I possess all the qualifications that … : “possess” has same meaning to the word ….

  1. get

  2. have

  3. know

  4. make

  5. prove


Text 3 : N0 8-11

The Jackal who Saved the Lion

Once upon a time, there was a lion in a forest. One day, when he went to drink water in a river, one of his feet got stuck into the damp mushy mud of the river. He tried a lot to get out of the mud, but didn’t achieve. He had to lie without food for days because he didn’t find any help. On one fortunate day, a kind jackal came to drink water from the river. When he saw the lion, he went closer to the lion and said, ”What is the matter? Why are you resting here?”

The lion narrated him the pathetic story. The jackal instantly made away out from the sand but the lion was unable to move his feet. As he was sad in the same posture for last several days, his body became stiff. The jackal understood the condition of the lion and helped him to get out the mud with an extra effort. The lion was really thankful to jackal for his kind help. He was very happy to get free after so many days.

The lion appreciated the effort made by the jackal. He offered the jackal to live close to him and also promised to give the food to him whenever he caught food. The jackal accepted the offer and started living with the lion. Thus, they lived happily sharing the food. With the passing time, they expanded their families. The lion had cubs and the jackal had kid jackals. Both the lion and the jackal were passing their days happily. They didn’t have any idea that their friendship was not like by their families.

One day after a long time, the lioness, lady of the lion’s house, told her cubs that she didn’t like the amity between the jackal and her husband. The cubs passed the message to the kid jackals. The kid complained the matter to the lady jackal. The lady jackal passed the complaint to her husband.

The jackal went to the lion and asked, “I helped you without ant thought in return. You had me to live with you, so I started living with you. Now if you don’t want me to live with you, you should have told me yourself. What did you involve your wife and cubs to convey this?”. The lion was shocked to hear such words. He said, ”My dear friend, what are you saying? I don’t find any problems with you or your friendship”. He assured the jackal that he had no such ill-feelings for their friendship between them.

The lion also assured that he would talk to the lioness and solve the whole mater. The jackal was intelligent and understood the situation. He said to the lion, ”Dear friend, I know you are sincere, but our families couldn’t exactly respond the same level of friendship. So, let’s us stay apart and meet often as friends”. The lion agreed to the proposal with a heavy heart.

The two families parted from each other as friends. The jackal and the lion continued to share the friendship. They often meet each other and hunt together. Thus, the two friends shared a healthy friendship throughout their life.



Taken from: www.culturalindia.net


  1. The story of the text above tells us about ….

  1. the friendship between the lion and the jackal family

  2. the friendship between a lion and the jackal

  3. the rivalry between the lion and the jackal

  4. the thoughtfulness of the lion

  5. the evilness of the lioness




  1. Unfortunately, the lion couldn’t escape himself from the mud, so, ….

  1. he died with hunger

  2. the jackal was happy

  3. the jackal left him alone

  4. his body became stiff

  5. he couldn’t be alive longer




  1. How many characters are in the story?

  1. 6

  2. 5

  3. 4

  4. 3

  5. 2




  1. “He assured the jackal that ….” (paragraph 5)

What is the synonym of the word “assured” ?

  1. wondered

  2. believed

  3. agreed

  4. complained

  5. protested




  1. What the lesson do we get after reading this story?

  1. Don’t break your friendship with a little problem

  2. Don’t give up before you get what you want.

  3. Keep your friendship forever in this living.

  4. Don’t be arrogant with your power.

  5. Let’s keep the friendship forever.


Text 4 : No. 12-16

Fixing the Headstone

Once, there were two men walking home after a Halloween party. They decided to take a shortcut through the cemetery just for laughs. Right in the middle of the cemetery they were startled by a tap-tap-tapping noise coming from the misty shadow.

Trembling with fear, they fond a old man with a hammer and chisel, chipping away at one of the headstone.

“Holy cow, Mister,” one of them said after catching his breath, “You scared us half to death, we though you were ghost?”

“Those fools! The old man grumbled. “They misspelled my name!”

Taken from: http://www.dizzyboy.com


  1. The story from text above tells us about ….

  1. a vicarious story of fixing the headstone

  2. a description about cemetery at the night

  3. a tragedy of in the cemetery at the night

  4. a funny story of the meeting between two men and an old man

  5. a story about Fixing the Headstone was done by an old man so late at night




  1. From the misty shadow, in the cemetery two men met … with a hammer and chisel.

  1. mister

  2. an old man

  3. one of them

  4. the headstone

  5. a tap-tap-tapping noise




  1. What did the old man do at the night?

  1. He made a tombstone for someone.

  2. He corrected his name written on his tombstone.

  3. He was just passing through the cemetery.

  4. He had just attended a Halloween party.

  5. He was just making a devotional visit to a grave.




  1. “The old man grumbled”. The underlined word in the sentence is similar meaning to ….

  1. smile

  2. complain

  3. worry

  4. consider

  5. attract




  1. What is the main idea of last paragraph?

  1. The misspelled my name.

  2. An old man grumbled to two men.

  3. An old man and two men are friends.

  4. An old man is actually a ghost who was correcting his name written on his tombstone.

  5. An old man complained to two men because they were foolish men.


Text 5 : No. 17-21

We are writing to complain about ads on TV. There are so many ads, especially during our favorite programs. We think they should be stopped for a number of reasons.

First, ads are nuisance. They go for a long time and there are so many. Sometimes there seems to be more ads than programs.

Second, ads are a bad influence on people. They try to encourage people to buy unhealthy food like beer, soft drink, candy, and chips. And they make people want things they do not really need and cannot afford.

Finally, the people who make ads have too much say in what programme people watch. That is because they want to put all their ads on popular programmer that a lot of people watch. Some programmers which are not so popular get stopped because they do not attract enough ads, even though programmer may be someone’s favorite.

For those reasons, we think your TV station should stop showing ads. They interrupt programmer, are bad influence on people, and sometimes put a stop to people’s favorite shows. We are sick of ads, and now we mostly watch channel two (ABC).




  1. What is the purpose of the text?

  1. To tell a certain even on TV.

  2. To influence the readers not to watch TV.

  3. To prevent to producers to broadcast the ads.

  4. To present the writer’s point of view on TV program.

  5. To persuade the readers that ads should be banned or restricted.




  1. What does the writer feel toward ads on TV?

  1. She wants the ads to be increased.

  2. She agrees with the program.

  3. She likes them very much.

  4. She feels sick of ads.

  5. She doesn’t care it.




  1. This statement is not true as bad effects of ads.

It is ….

  1. the encourage to buy something they don’t really need

  2. they disturb the people enjoyment in watching TV

  3. encourage people to be consumerists

  4. ads interrupt favorite programs

  5. ads entertain us very much




  1. What does “ they” in the third paragraph refer to?

  1. Chips

  2. People

  3. TV program

  4. The unhealthy food

  5. The advertisements




  1. “They try to encourage people to but …. “ (paragraph 2)

The underlined word has same meaning with ….

  1. enforce

  2. expect

  3. command

  4. interrupt

  5. suggest


Text 6 : No. 22-26

Mary was very fond of television, so when she met a young man who worked for a television company, she was very interested and asked him a lot of questions. She discovered that he also worked for a film company, so she asked him whether there was any difference between film work and television work.

“Well, ”answer the young man, “There is one very big difference. If someone makes a mistake while a film is being made, it is, of course, possible to stop and do the scene again. In fact, one can do it over and over again a lot of times. Mistakes waste time, money, and film, but the audience who watches the film when it is finished don’t know that anything went wrong. In a live television show, on the other hand, the audience can see any mistakes that are made.”

“I can tell you a story about that. One day, a live television how was going on, and one of the actors was supposed to have been shot. He felt to the ground, and the camera moved somewhere else to allow time for me to run out with a bottle of tomato sauce to pour on to him to look like blood. But unfortunately, the camera turned back to him before I have finished, and the audience saw me pouring the sauce on to the man.”

“Oh, how terrible!” Mary said. “And what did you do?”

“Well, “Answered the young man, “Our television director is very strict man, if anyone makes mistake he dismisses him at once. So what could I do? I just had to pretend that this was part of the story, and “ate” the man.”




  1. What is the purpose of the text?

  1. To tell a certain event of past time.

  2. To describe about a film production on TV.

  3. To explain how presenting a film work and TV work.

  4. To entertain readers with a funny at ending of the story.

  5. To inform readers how a film made in a live television show.




  1. Why was Mary interested to young man?

  1. Because he is charming.

  2. Because she got crush on him.

  3. Because he is one of a famous actor.

  4. Because he has a good profession here.

  5. Because he works for a television company.




  1. What is mainly discussed in paragraph two?

  1. The audience who watch a film can see any mistakes from TV while a film is being made.

  2. There was one big difference between a film work and TV work.

  3. Someone who makes mistake will be stopped directly.

  4. The audience can see any mistake in a live show.

  5. There is nothing difference between a film work and TV work.




  1. One of these statements below is unpredictable funny ending from story. It is ….

  1. when someone was actually doing the mistake otherwise he will say as part of the story, so he could be free from dismissal

  2. when anyone makes mistake, he dismisses at once

  3. when the audience saw someone pouring the sauce on to the man for replacing as blood

  4. when Mary interviewed someone then spontaneously said that it was terrible

  5. when someone said that what he could do




  1. “… the actor was supposed to have been shot.” The underlined word has same meaning to ….

  1. pretended

  2. wondered

  3. predicted

  4. thought

  5. stated


Text 7: No. 27-30

Why are Diazinon and Dursban should be Banned

Diazinon and dursbanare chemicals used on lawns, garden, agricultural crops and livestock as an insecticide or nematocide (for worms). They are banned for several good reasons.

Firstly, they cause nausea, dizziness, burning sensations, headaches, blurred visions, stomach and muscle cramps, twitching, diarrhea, aching joints, disorientation and an inability to concentrate.

Secondly, these chemicals cause human and animal birth defect in many areas of the human body including the brain, nervous system, teeth, eyes, ears, nipples and genitals. They can also cause profound growth and mental retardation when pregnant mothers are exposed. This may effect on lower birth weights of infant if mother are exposed before and during pregnancy, and this is associated with lower IQs.

Finally, residues, of course, are on some foods-up to 14 days on lettuce, for example-and the chemical also seeps into the nearby water.

Therefore, the government must be urged to keep the safety factor or pesticides paramount in their thinking. Children are so much more sensitive than adults to the toxic effects of chemicals.




  1. This argument is not true why are diazinon and dursban should be banned.

  1. Diazinon and dursban may not cause lower birth weight and lower IQs of baby.

  2. They cause nausea, headaches, stomach and muscle cramps.

  3. They cause human and animal birth physical defect

  4. They cause lower birth weight and lower IQs of baby.

  5. The chemical also seeps into the nearby water.




  1. What does the writer recommend by writing the text?

  1. The government should allow farmers to use diazinon and dursban.

  2. The government should help the victims of diazinon and dursban.

  3. The government should ban the use of diazinon and dursban.

  4. The government should immunize children regularly.

  5. The government should subsidize farmers with safe pesticides.




  1. “… the government must be urged to keep the safety factor of pesticides ….” The similar meaning to the underlined words are ….

  1. guarantee

  2. allow

  3. permit

  4. recommend

  5. ban




  1. What is the main idea of last paragraph?

  1. The government permits for using the chemical.

  2. We should protect our children from dangerous chemicals.

  3. The government should pay more attention to adults than to children.

  4. The government should ban the use of chemicals.

  5. The government subsidizes farmers with safe pesticides.




  1. What does the text discuss?

  1. Why diazinon and dursban are banned.

  2. Why farmers should use diazinon and dursban.

  3. Why worms are resistant to diazinon and dursban.

  4. Why farmers chose diazinon and dursban instead of other pesticides.

  5. Why pests can be removed fast and effectively by using diazinon and dursban.


Text 8: No. 32-33
Museum Batik Danar Hadi

The passion of H. Santosa Doellah for preserving Batik, trigger the idea of building a museum of batik. As one of the Cultural identities, batik is an inspirable part of the city of Surakarta-or popularly known as Solo.

Batik crafts-starting from home industry to giant professional manufacturers are a common sight in every corner of the city.




  1. What does the text tell us about?

  1. The idea of building a museum of batik.

  2. The passion of H. Santosa Doellah for preserving batik.

  3. The popularity of batik in Solo.

  4. The popularity of home industry.

  5. The founder of Museum Batik Danar Hadi.




  1. What did H. Santosa Doellah do for preserving batik?

  1. He preserved it.

  2. He made home industry

  3. He built a museum of batik.

  4. He made Solo to be popular city

  5. He started from batik-craft as his business.

34. Man : Why should you leave me?

I love you.

Woman : …but I really have to go. I’m sorry.



    1. I hate you

    2. I love you too

    3. I really do not want to be here

    4. I’m sick of you

    5. I don’t like you

35. Eva : What is the matter with you?

You look so sad.

Ema:I just don’t know what to do for my test

I have studied hard but I failed.

The dialog above is expressing….


    1. Love

    2. Dislike

    3. Like

    4. Sadness

    5. Embarrassment



  1. Man : Yesterday, I had to stand in the school

corridor because I didn’t do my home-

work. Many students stared at me….

Woman : You should do your home work before you get to the class.


    1. I didn’t really care

    2. It was so embarrassing

    3. I was so happy

    4. Finally, I could make it.

    5. I was pleased



  1. Man : You should not scream at the man.

Woman : He plays the cassette too loudly….

    1. It annoys me.

    2. It makes me happy.

    3. I’m still confused about it.

    4. I don’t know about it.

    5. I’m afraid of him.



  1. Elsa : Sin, will you go to library? I want to meet Mr. Mul to borrow English Dictionary.

Sinta : Ya. I always go there to meet him although I don’t borrow books.

The dialog above is expressing….



    1. Satisfaction

    2. Dissatisfaction

    3. Dislike

    4. Embarrassment

    5. Love



  1. Father : Doni, did you break my hand phone?

Doni : Of course not me, Dad.

The last time I used it last week, but that time was good with it.

Father : Sorry, don’t you know who did it?

Doni : No, I don’t.

Why does Doni’s father feel upset? Because….


    1. He can’t use his phone to call.

    2. He found his phone broken.

    3. He didn’t know who broke his phone.

    4. He has not clue who broke his phone.

    5. He couldn’t answer the phone.



  1. Woman : There were so many people watching my performance and I made a mistake in front of them….

Man : That is fine. Mistakes are not always bad things. You can learn from it and you won’t make the same mistake in the future.

    1. I was so happy

    2. I was in doubt

    3. I was so embarrassment

    4. I didn’t agree

    5. I was little bit fuzzy



  1. Andi : Hi, Sony why are you looking so blue?

Sony : Yes, I do.

Andi : But, why?

Sony : Well, my father’s got fired from his company due to bankrupt.

Andi : I’m sorry to hear that.

Andi said, “Why are you looking so blue?”

What does it mean?



    1. He is wondering why Sony is looking sad.

    2. He is asking for information about Sony.

    3. He is asking whether Sony is sad or not.

    4. He doubts if Sony is sad.

    5. He was very happy.




  1. Man : Stop disturbing me. I’m working….

Woman : Oh, I’m sorry. I’m leaving, bye!

    1. You make me happy.

    2. You make me confuse.

    3. You make me angry.

    4. I’m sorry.

    5. I’m counting on you.



  1. Teacher : If you had taken a computer course, it…. easier for you to get a good job.

Student : I’m sorry sir because. I don’t have expenses.

    1. Will be

    2. Would be

    3. Would been have

    4. Would have been

    5. Would can been



  1. Nardi : Ni, If I had not quarreled with my wife, I could have gone to the party with you.

Nani : O, I visited it with my old friend. Don’t mention it, Nar.

The dialog above can be concluded that….



    1. Perhap Nardi goes with Nani.

    2. Nardi promised to go with Nani.

    3. Nardi dindn’t go with Nani.

    4. Nardi would like to go with Nani.

    5. Nani went with Nardi.



  1. X : “Would you like some softdrink?”

Y : “No, I…. some fresh water”.

    1. would better drink

    2. prefer to drink

    3. had better to drink

    4. like to drink

    5. would rather drink



  1. X : “This English text on Biology is too difficult to read”.

Y : “Well, you’d better….

    1. translate

    2. have it translated

    3. have to translated it

    4. have translated it

    5. to translate



  1. X : When did you plan to get married?”

Y : “Oh, after…school”.

    1. I finish

    2. I finished

    3. I’m finishing

    4. I had finished

    5. I have finished



  1. X : “Do you like playing the piano?”

Y : “No, …..

    1. I like playing the organ better than playing the piano.

    2. I like to play the organ better than playing the piano.

    3. I like the organ better than play the piano.

    4. I like play the organ better than playing the piano.

    5. I like play organ better than play the piano.



  1. Ani : “What a nice dress! Did you make it yourself?”

Ina : Oh, I got it made.

    1. Ina bought the dress.

    2. Ina made the dress herself.

    3. Ina had to make her dress.

    4. Someone made Ina’s dress.

    5. Ina wanted to make her dress.



  1. X : Would you rather play volleyball …. the

music?

Y : Yes, I would.



    1. to

    2. for

    3. than

    4. better

    5. rather

SOAL ESSAY (No. 51 – 55)



Wacana :

Cars Should be Banned in the City

Cars should be banned in the city. As we all know, cars create pollutions, and cause a lot of read deaths and other accidents.

Firstly, cars, as we all know, contribute to most of the pollution in the world.

Cars emit deadly gas that causes illnesses such as bronchitis, lung cancer and ‘triggers’ of asthma. Some of these illnesses are so bad that people can die from them.

Secondly, the city is very busy. Pedestrians wander everywhere and cars commonly hit pedestrians in the city, which causes them to die. Cars today are our roads biggest killers.

Thirdly, cars are noisy. If you live in the city, you may fins it had to sleep at night, or concentrate on your homework, and especially talk to someone.

In conclusion, cars should be banned in the city for the reasons listed.


  1. What does the text tell about?



  1. What does the writer think of the cars?



  1. Dian : Did you go to the doctor yesterday?

Komar : If, I had had the money, I would have

gone to the doctor.

From the dialog we know that Komar…..


  1. Combine the two sentences using preference

pattern!

Arif always plays football every day.

He seldom plays basketball.


  1. Teacher : Why do you often come late recently?

Nina : I am sorry ,madam. My mother goes out

of town so father asks me to prepare



breakfast every morning

Rewrite the underline sentence in Causative Pattern.





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