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Kelas : X MIA
Hari/Tanggal : .............., .......................... 2020
Waktu :

1. Bacalah Basmallah sebelum memulai mengerjakan soal.
2. Tulislah nama, nomor peserta, tanggal ujian, kelas/peminatan, mata pelajaran, dan kode soal pada LJK dengan menggunakan pensil 2B.
3. Periksa dan bacalah soal secara teliti sebelum menjawab dengan mendahulukan soal yang dianggap mudah.
4. Hitamkan bulatan pada huruf pilihan jawaban yang dianggap benar dengan menggunakan pensil 2B pada LJK.
5. Jika ada jawaban yang dianggap salah, maka hapus jawaban tersebut sampai bersih, lalu hitamkan bulatan pada huruf jawaban lain yang
dianggap benar.
6. Naskah soal dan lembar jawaban dikembalikan dalam keadaan bersih dan tidak rusak.
7. Bacalah Hamdalah setelah tuntas mengerjakan soal.


Pilih satu jawaban yang paling tepat untuk menjawab soal nomor 1 s.d. nomor 40 !

Text 1

Madinah Al Munawwarah (the ‘radiant city’ or the ’enlightened city’) or simply called: Madinah the
‘City of the Prophet’ is the second holiest site in Islam after Makkah. It is situated in the Hejaz region of
Western Saudi Arabia about 340km north of Makkah and has a population of  1,512,724. Similar to Makkah,
entry to AlMadinah is restricted to Muslims only as it is a holy place.

AlMadinah is home to three very important mosques in Islam. The most famous, Masjid AlNabawi –
the Prophet’s Mosque was built on the site of his home. Prophet Muhammad and his first two Caliphs – Abu
Bakar and Umar were buried under the Green Dome of this mosque.  Masjid Quba was the first mosque of
Islam and Masjid AlQiblatain and where the qiblah was switched to Makkah. 
Hijra - the migration of the Prophet and his followers to Madinah - marked the beginning of the
Islamic calendar “the Hijri year” corresponding to the year 622AD.
AlMadinah is an expanding city with modern amenities to cater for the growing needs of the
population and the millions of pilgrims that visit the city year round. There are many reputable hotels of
international standards and other accommodations to meet the increasing demands. In addition, there are
many shopping malls with international brands for all categories of shoppers whether it is gold, apparel,
accessories, carpets or electrical goods.  The restaurants serve local and international cuisines. Al Madinah
has become magnet.for all people.Itis also home to the best dates grown in the Kingdom.

There are many attractions in and around the city for visitors. Numerous historical sites such as old
mosques and settlements like MadainSaleh situated north of the city, are within easy reach from the city As
well as, for the tourist who like the coastal sites. There is a coastal city called Yanbu which is located on the
west of Al Madinah. Ithas a great beach and is considered as one of the best places in the world for diving
and fishing trips.
There are many schools for Saudi and expatriate children in Al Madinah. The schools tend to be privately run
and the curriculum varies according to the educational philosophy and ethos of the school. There are several
international schools and institutions for different nationalities, where many nationality’s customs, traditions
and holidays are liberally practiced.

Questions number 1 –5 are based on this text above.

1. What is the title of the passage? 3. “It is also home to the best dates grown in the
a. The city of prophet. Kingdom.” (par 4)
b. The city of God What does it refer to?
c. A holy place. a. Al Madinah.
d. Al Nabawi Mosque. b. The beach.
e. The enlighted nation. c. Yanbu.
d. The city.
2. Which of the following statement is NOT e. The coast.
TRUE based on the text above?
a. Madinah is also called as the city of 4. What is the most attraction places could be
Prophet. enjoyed by the divers in Al Madinah?
b. AlNabawi mosque was built by Prophet a. Yanbu.
Muhammad SAW. b. Old mosques.
c. The millions of pilgrims like visiting Al c. Madainshaleh.
Madinah every year. d. A coastal city.
d. Al Madinah is also home to the best dates e. Expatriate schools.
grown in the Kingdom.
e. Prophet Muhammad and all caliphs were 5. What things could we not find in Al Madinah?
buried inside Masjid Nabawi. a. Reputable hotels.
b. Shopping malls.
c. Diving and fishing.
d. Non moslems.
e. The best dates.

Text 2

The Ka'aba (literally "the cube" in Arabic) is an ancient stone structure that was built and re-built by
prophets as a house of monotheistic worship. It is located inside the Grand Mosque in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.
The Ka'aba is considered the center of the Muslim world, and is a unifying focal point for Islamic worship.

The Ka'aba is a semi-cubic building that stands about 15 meters high and 10-12 meters wide. It is an
ancient, simple structure made of granite. In the SE corner, a black meteorite (the "Black Stone") is embedded
in a silver frame. Stairs on the north side lead to a door which allows entry to the interior, which is hollow
and empty. The Ka'aba is covered with a kiswah, a black silk cloth which is embroidered in gold with verses
from the Qur'an. The kiswah is re-done and replaced once a year.

According to the Quran, the Ka'aba was built by the prophet Abraham and his son Ishmael as a
house of monotheistic worship. However, by the time of Muhammad, the Ka'aba had been taken over by
pagan Arabs to house their numerous tribal gods. In 630 A.D., Muhammad and his followers took over
leadership of Mecca after years of persecution. Muhammad destroyed the idols inside the Ka'aba and re-
dedicated it as a house of monotheistic worship.

It should be noted that Muslims do not worship the Ka'aba and its environments. Rather, it serves as
a focal and unifying point among the Muslim people. During daily prayers, Muslims face toward the Ka'aba
from wherever they are in the world (this is known as "facing the qiblah"). During the annual
pilgrimage ("Hajj"), Muslims walk around around the Ka'aba in a counter-clockwise direction (a ritual known
as "tawaf").

Questions number 6 –10 are based on this text above.

6. What is the topic of the text? d. The Ka'aba was built by the prophet
a. The Ka’abah. Abraham and his son Ishmael.
b. The Ka’abah, the holy place. e. The kiswah, a black silk cloth,which is re-
c. The detail description of the Ka’abah. done and replaced once a month.
d. The general description of the Ka’abah.
e. The history of building the ka’abah. 9. What is named for Moslems who walk around
the ka’abah?
7. Which of the following is NOT the a. Hajj.
characteristics of the Ka’abah? b. Pilgrimage.
a. A semi-cubic building. c. Facing qiblah.
b. About 15 meters high. d. Tawaf.
c. 10-12 meters wide. e. Worship.
d. Simple structure made of granite.
e. Similar with the Black Stone. 10.“ … Muhammad destroyed the idols inside the
Ka'aba …” (par 3)
8. Which of the following is TRUE based on the The idol means …
text? a. Someone who is admired.
a. The ka’abah means “worship” literally in b. Someone who is respected.
Arabic. c. Something which is considered as God.
b. The Black Stone is an ancient, simple d. Something which is admired as art.
structure made of granite. e. Someone who is very popular.
c. The prophet Abraham destroyed the idols
inside the Ka'aba.

Text 3

ʿUthmān was born into the rich and powerful Umayyad clan of Mecca, and he became a wealthy merchant.
When Muḥammad began preaching in Mecca 615, he soon aroused the hostility of the Umayyads, but about
five years later On returning from a business trip to Syria, Uthman found out that Muhammad had declared
his mission. After a discussion with his friend Abu Bakr, Uthman decided to convert to Islam, and Abu Bakr
took him to Muhammad to declare his faith. Uthman thus became one of the earliest converts to Islam,
following Ali, Zayd, Abu Bakr and a few others. His conversion to Islam angered his clan, the
BanuUmmayyah, who strongly opposed Muhammad's teachings.

Uthman was married to Ruqayyah, and then upon her death, married Umm Kulthum, both of them being
daughters of Prophet Muhammad, which earned Uthman the honorific title Dhū al-Nurayn ("The Possessor of
Two Lights")

ʿUmar, the second caliph, died in 644, and ʿUthmān was elected successor by a council named by ʿUmar
before his death. Apparently ʿUthmān was selected as a compromise, when the more powerful candidates
cancelled each other out.

Under the leadership of Uthman, the empire expanded into Fars (present-day Iran) in 650, and some areas
of Khorasan (present-day Afghanistan) in 651. The empire's conquest of Armenia began by the 640s. His reign
also saw widespread internal protests against his policies by the Muslim public that eventually led to armed
revolt and his assassination.

Questions number 11-15 are based on this text above.

11.How was the life of Uthman? d. Uthmān was born into the rich and
a. A very wealthy man. powerful Umayyad clan of Mecca
b. A powerful man. e. Uthman were able to expand into Fars
c. A very poor man. when he became a caliph.
d. A very weak man.
e. A strong man. 14. How did Uthman die?
a. Murdered.
12. What year did Uthman declare as Moslem? b. Having sick.
a. 611 c. In battle war.
b. 615 d. Physically ill.
c. 620 e. Killed in war.
d. 625
e. 644 15.“ that eventually led to armed revolt and his
assassination.” ( last par)
13. Which of the following is NOT TRUE about Revolt means …
Uthman bin Affan? a. Victory.
a. Uthman became one of the earliest converts b. Violence.
to Islam. c. Failure.
b. Uthman married 2 daughters of Prophet d. Power.
Muhammad SAW. e. Murder.
c. Uthman was the second caliph after the
death of Umar bin khattab.

Text 4

Questions number 16 –20 are based on this text above.

16. What kind of form is it?

a. Purchase form. 19. When will the buyer get order?
b. Medical form. a. April 21th 2017
c. Deposit slip. b. April 23th 2017.
d. Withdrawal slip. c. April 26th 2017.
e. Reservation form. d. April 28th 2017.
17. Who sent the form above? e. April 30th 2017.
a. Taylor Dickens.
b. Pattrick. 20. What does the buyer want to have by writing
c. Boston Office. the notes?
d. Patrick Smith. a. S/he wants to have 3 Tier Letter Tray.
e. One Post Office Square. b. S/he wants to have a Description ABC.
18. Who is Patrick Smith? c. S/he wants to have Viking A4 Economy
a. A supplier. Copier.
b. A buyer. d. S/he wants to have Economy Manilla
c. A manager. Envelopes
d. A site administrator. e. S/he wants to have Nescafe Gold Blend
e. A site manager. Coffee.
21. What currency does the buyer have to pay to b. Uero
the Bill? c. Rupee
a. Rupiahs d. Dollar

e. Pound 24. The similar meaning of the word “requested”
22. How much do the Viking A4 Economy is ....
Copier item have to be paid by the buyer? a. Required
a. $34.99 b. Transmitted
b. $3.59 c. Created
c. $17.95 d. Accessed
d. $228.47 e. Confused
e. $23.89 25. The similar meaning of the word
23. The similar meaning of the word “approved” “purchased” is ....
is .... a. Goods
a. Refused b. Buy
b. Disapproved c. Sell
c. Recognized d. Asset
d. Delivered e. Acquisition
e. Donated

Text 5
Jeddah can be found on the east coast of the Red Sea. It is difficult to miss because it is the second
largest …21… in Saudi Arabia. It is also the country’s commercial hub. The city is like no other cities in Saudi
Arabia in a variety of ways. One of them is because it combines its historic treasure with modern life. Its
history is also very rich as it can be traced back as far as 647 AD. Nowadays, the city is …22… for its
shopping centers, chic restaurants, and social hubs.
Being in a tropical climate, Jeddah is warm and humid, especially during the summer months. For
the best weather, visit during the months of November through March. Another attraction of the city is that it
is the main entry to Mecca and Medina, the …23…sites of Islam. The city has many hotels and restaurants
ideal for travelers. It is also ideal for those who might want to observe and study a different culture. Seeing
pilgrims from all over the globe will be an enriching experience.
Jeddah maintains its ancient skyscrapers and merchant buildings. They are very attractive because of
their beauty and original architectural design. Another tourist …24… is King Fahd’s Fountain. It just happens
to be the largest fountain in the world. The city also has the Municipality Museum where it preserves the
history of the city. Other must-see places are Al-Shallal Theme Park, Makkah Gate, and Eve Cave.
As mentioned earlier, Jeddah can be your ideal tropical delight. There are many beaches as well as
resorts for relaxation, perfect for a getaway. You could also …25… fun in the beaches with your favorite
water sports. This city is the place to be. You get culture, relaxation, fun, shopping, plus great food. It also has
the best places for accommodation whether you want luxury or on a budget. So plan your trip as soon as you

Questions number 26 –30 are based on this text above.

26. a. Nice
a. Nation b. Good
b. Town c. Amazing
c. City d. Popular
d. Place. e. Great
e. Country.
a. Best
27. b. Bad
c. Pure b. Should have consulted
d. Islamic c. Should not consulted
e. Holy d. Should consulted
e. Should be consulting
29. 35. You .... the baby a pen to play with. It’s too
a. Attraction risky.
b. Hotel a. Should give
c. Sites b. Should not give
d. Museum c. Should be giving
e. Castle d. Should have given
e. Should gave
30. f. Should not be given
a. Get 36. She should .... pancakes now.
b. Have a. Be making.
c. Enjoy b. Make.
d. Like c. Have made.
e. Feel d. Had to.
e. Not make.
Grammar 37. You should .... it before it’s too late.
a. Enroll
31. The man is coughing a lot. He …. so much. b. Enrolled
a. Should smoke. c. Have enrolled
b. Should not smoke. d. Be enrolling
c. Should have smoked. e. Not enrolled
d. Should not have smoked. 38. I really should .... for my exam tomorrow.
e. Should be smoking. a. Have studied
32. I didn’t order fried rice for my lunch. They b. Study
…. me fried noodles. c. Be studying
a. Should give. d. Being studied
b. Should not give. e. Studied
c. Should have given. 39. Jack owed some money not only to me .... to
d. Should not have given. my sister.
e. Should be giving. a. Not only
33. Ryan, you .... leave your dirty clothes on the b. Either
floor. c. Nor
a. Should. d. But also
b. Must. 40. ... the teachers and the principal are having a
c. Should not. meeting today.
d. Had to. a. Both
e. Have to. b. Either
34. You .... a dictionary if you don’t understand c. Neither
the meaning. d. Not only
a. Should consult