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PENILAIAN AKHIR SEMESTER (PAS)

LEMBAR SOAL
Satuan Pendidikan : SMP/MTs
Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris
Kelas/Semester : IX / 1 (Satu)
Hari dan T anggal :
Waktu :

I. An swe r th e qu e sti on by ch oosi n g A, B, C or D!


1. Neni : Would you like to accompany me to the shop?
Rina : … I want to buy some snack too.
Neni : OK, then. Let’s go!
A. I’m not sure B. Sorry C. Certainly D. I have doubt
2. Anang : Did you do the test very well, Andi?
Andi : ..... I don’t have a hope of getting even 50.
Anang : But are you sure?
Andi : Absolutely. Not a hope!
Anang : Don’t worry too much. Next time better.
A. Sorry B. I’m sure C. Certainly D. I’m not so sure
3. Marko : I have good news for you. Your article on the tourism in Indramayu won the national
competition.
Jaka : ....? It’s what I want to hear. Where can I find the information about it?
Marko : I read the announcement in front of the teacher’s office.
Jaka : I want to see it. T hanks for the information.
A. Well B. Really C. Oh, I see D. Sure
4. Kesya : Hello, Resty. Look at my new purse. I made it myself.
Resty : Hello, Kesya. Hey, that’s nice. Isn’t that your old purse? T he one that we bought one year
ago?
Kesya : Yup, that’s right.
Resty : How did you do that?
Kesya : Sorry ....
Resty : How did you do that, Kesya?
Kesya : Oh. Well, first, I just added some colourful buttons.T hen, four–five glittery beads. Finally,
I gave my magic finishing touch, hahaha.
A. What did you say? C. What do you want?
B. What did you do? D. What are you doing?
5. Dona : Hey, Gun. What are you doing?
Gun : I’m making a windmill from paper. Ah, now it is finished.
Dona : Wow,...... ! How did you do that?
Gun : I made it from a square piece of paper by cutting inwards from each corner halfway to the
centre point. T hen, I folded over each point with a dot on it and tape it to the centre.
A. It’s easy B. It’s terrific C. It’s difficult D. It’s dangerous

Read tex t for question no. 6-8!


PART-TIME JOB
Wanted for Big Restaurant
Applicants must be:
Friendly
Able to speak English.
Age 16 – 20
Experience unnecessary
All applications must reach to our office no later than two weeks.
Apply in writing to: SEAFOOD REST AURANT Jl. Gajah Mada 108, Yogyakarta
rd
Yogya Post / 3 March 2011.
6. Which qualification must the applicants have?
A. Unfriendly C. Experienced
B. Fluent English D. More than 20 years old
7. How can we apply the job?
A. By mail C. By phone
B. By e-mail D. On line
8. T he word “ unnecessary” is similar in meaning to ….
A. very urgent C. not important
B. not perfect D. Uneasy
Read tex t for question no. 9-11!
Jogja, 20 September 2013
To : Ivone
Jl.Wirapati no. 15
Indramayu – West Java

Dear Ivone,
By this letter I am proud to tell you about some changes in my life that I have done so far.
I have just finished my computer class in Pioneer College. I have taken the course since July last year, and I have learnt about
office program for ten months. Now, I am able to operate computer quite well. And I plan to take English course next month. I
will take it in EnglishFirst in my town.
Well, Ivone. That is all what I want to tell you about my changes in my life. Please, tell me about your progress that you
have done so far in turn. I’ll wait for your letter.
Wish me luck,
Fani

9. Where does Fani live?


A. In Indramayu B. In Bandung C. in Jakarta D. in Jogja
10. What did Fani tell Ivone about?
A. Her capability to operate computer C. Her changing in her life
B. Her finishing computer course D. Her English course
11. “ I will take it in English First.” “ It” refers to…
A. English course C. Computer course
B. English First D. Plan

Read tex t for question no. 12-15!


ANNOUNCEMENT
Friday, October 28, is The Youth Pledge Day. T o celebrate it, each class must present a couple of
boy and girl. T hey have to wear and perform the traditional costumes. Also, there will be an English
Speech competition. Each class can present a boy or a girl. T he categories for judging will be: Best of
performance, Message and Creativity. Winners will receive prizes at 02.00 pm at the school hall.
For more information, please confirm your class counselor
Committee Chairman,
Budiman

12. How many contests are there in the text?


A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4
13. T he prizes will be given ….
A. in the morning B. in the afternoon C. in the evening D. at night
14. “ Also, there will be an English Speech competition.”
T he synonym of the underlined word is ….
A. contest B. match C. game D. show
15. “ T hey have to wear and perform the traditional
costumes”. T he underlined word refers to …
A. traditional costumes C. prizes
B. winners of the contest D. a couple of boy and girl
Read tex t for question no. 16-17!

To. Fanny (081324929457)


Sorry to hear that your grandmother passed away yesterday. I know it’s very hard for you since you
love her very much. But, let’s pray that God will bless and keep her always.
Sender:
Reza
081802341733

16. Who had passed away?


A. Fanny C. Fanny’s grandmother
B. Reza D. Reza’s grandmother
17. “ … your grandmother passed away yesterday”. (Par. 1). T he underlined word means …
A. died B. took C. went D. came

Read tex t for question no. 18-21!

Making Meatballs
What you need:
1 kilo of very fine minced meat (preferably
beef) 2 eggs
300 grams of tapioca-
flour 4-8 cloves of garlic
1 red onion
1 teaspoon of white
pepper 2 teaspoons of salt
Steps to make meat ball:
First of all, mix garlic, red onion, salt, and white pepper in a mortar or mixer.
Second step, mix the spice-mixture with the eggs, the tapioca-flour and the minced meat.
After that, use your fingers, add a cup of water, and keep on working until the mixture feels soft and smooth.
T hen, boil some water in a rather large pot, at least about 2 liters.
Next step, start rolling the mixture into small meatballs.
Finally, lower the meatballs into the boiling water. When they float up to the surface the meatball are ready
to serve.

18. In the first step, we should mix some ingredients, except ....
A. red onion B. garlic C. Eggs D. white pepper
19. What does the text above tell us about?
A. Making meatball soup C. How to make meatballs
B. Making fried meatball D. How to make the soup
20. According to the text, the meatball must be ...
A. round B. pointed C. flat D. spicy
21. Finally lower the meatballs into the boiling water. T he underlined word can be replaced with the word ...
A. lift B. throw C. roll D. put

Read tex t for question no. 22-25!


Elephants: The Amazing Animals
Elephants are the largest land animals on earth. T hey have the largest brains of any mammals.
Elephants talk to each other. Researchers have discovered more than 50 different types of calls that they use
to communicate with each other. T heir trunks are strong enough to pick up trees but sensitive enough to pick up
flowers. T hey use them as tools to sweep paths, to scratch themselves, and to swat flies. T hey are good
swimmers and use their trunks like snorkels. T hey live together in family groups. T hey help each other when in
trouble. T hey join together to care for and rescue their young.

22. What is the main idea of the paragraph


1? A. Elephants have largest brain C. Elephants has 50 different types
B. Elephants are the largest animals D. Elephants are good swimmers
23. Which of the following descriptions is not correct?
A. Elephants can’t take flowers.
B. T hey can communicate well with their babies.
C. T hey are cooperative among others.
24.
D. T hey help each others in trouble
“ … to care for and rescue their …”. T he closest synonym of the word “ rescue” is …

24. T hey join together to care for and rescue their young.
What is the synonym of the word “rescue” …
A. bring B. feed C. save D. eat
25. “ Researchers have ddiscovered more than….”T he underlined word has the same meaninng?
A. looked for
B. Found
C. Searched
D. Unseen

Readi tex t for question no. 26-29!

How to Make a Paper Boat or Hat


Things you need
A half page of newspaper
What to do
First, fold the paper in half the long way, crease and unfold.
Second, fold the sides up to the middle crease, keep folded.
Next, fold the corners down to the middle.
After that, fold the corners down to the middle again.
T hen, fold the points downs to the middle.
Finally, open the middle and turn it inside out to make a boat, or flip it over and wear it as a hat.

26. How many times do we have to fold the paper?


A. 6 B. 4 C. 5 D. 3

27. What is the third step in making a paper boat?


A. Fold the paper in half the long way C. Fold the sides up to the middle crease
B. Fold the corners down to the middle D. Fold the points downs to the middle

28. How many steps should we follow to make a good paper boat or hat as mentioned in the text?
A.7 B. 5 C. 6 D. 4

29. “ Finally open the middle and turn it inside out to make a boat or flip it over and wear it as a hat.”
T he underlined word could be best replaced with the word
…. A. have B. design C. perform D. create
Read tex t for question no. 30-34!
GORILLAS
Gorillas are the largest of all the primates. A male gorilla can be 180 centimeters tall and can weigh 200
kilograms. Gorillas are very strong but they do not often fight. In fact they are peaceful animals. Gorillas live
in small family groups of about 15. In a group there is one strong, older male, some young males, and a few
females with their babies. T hey move slowly around a large area of jungle eating leaves and bushes.
In some ways gorillas are very like humans. When they are happy, they laugh and wave their arms. When
they are angry, they beat their chests. When they are sad, they cry. But they cry quietly, without any tears.
Unfortunately, people hunt and kill gorillas. T hey also cut down and burn their trees. T here are now only
about 10,000 gorillas left in the world.
30. How tall can gorillas be?
A. one hundred and eighteen C. eighteen hundred
B. one hundred eighty D. two hundred

31. What is the purpose of the text above?


A. to retell about gorillas C. to entertain the gorillas
C. to explain gorillas D. to describe gorillas

32. What does paragraph 1 tell us about?


A. T he size of gorillas C. T he largest gorillas
B. T he strength of gorillas D. T he habitat of gorillas

33. T he main idea of the second paragraph is ….


A. T here are only about 10,000 gorillas in the world C. Gorillas are like human
B. People hunt and kill gorillas D. When gorillas sad, they cry

34. “ T hey also cut down and burn …”. T he world “ T hey” here refers to ….
A. gorillas B. people C. humans D. females

Read the tex t to complete question no. 35 to 37!


T he cheetah is the fastest animal on land. It can …(35)… 100 kilometers an hour. It is now rare and is
one of the animals which is in danger of extinction.
T he cheetah has a small head and ears, and long, powerful legs. It always hunts and chases its …
(36)… on open ground. T his is a different way of hunting from the other “ big cats”. T hey like to stay
in and near trees to catch their prey. T he cheetah is also different …(37)… other cats because it cannot
draw in its claws
.
35. A. fly B. drive C. walk D. run

36. A. family B. friend C. relative D. prey

37. A. with B. in C. from D. to

38. Rearrange the following jumbled words to make a good sentence!


all – the – of – gorillas – primates – are – largest
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
A. 4-6-2-7-3-1-5 B. 4-6-2-3-1-7-5 C. 2-4-6-7-1-3-5 D. 2-4-6-1-3-7-5

39. Arrange the following sentences to make a good procedure of charging your handphone.
1. Remove the charger by pulling out from your hand phone.
2. Wait until the battery icon appears on the screen.
3. Connect the charger to your hand phone, the flash symbol on the charger plug must face upward.
4. Charge the battery approximately 5 hours or until the battery icon indicates that the battery is fully
charged.
A. 1-2-3-4 B. 4-3-2-1 C. 3-2-4-1 D. 3-4-1-2

40. Arrange the following text into a good paragraph


1. Some famous landmarks are the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and Uluru (Ayers Rock).
2. T he population of Australia is about 20 million.
3. Australia is a large continent.
4. T here are many plants and animals that are only found in Australia, e.g. kangaroos, platypuses, gum
trees and Waratahs.
5. T he capital city of Australia is Canberra.
A. 5-4-3-2-1 B. 2-1-4-5-3 C. 5-2-5-4-1 D. 3-5-2-4-1
II. Read the tex t and answer the questions!
Read tex t and answer question no. 41 to 43!

Vanilla Drops Cookies


Ingredients:
1 ½ cups all purpose flour
¼ tea spoons baking powder
¼ tea spoons vanilla
extract 2 eggs
1 cup sugar
Directions:
1. Combine flour and baking powder, set aside
2. Beat eggs, sugar and vanilla extract in a mixing bowl until light coloured
3. Stir in the flour and baking powder mixture
4. Drop the batter by tea spoonfuls about 2 inches apart into a greased and floured
baking sheets. Set aside in a room temperature for 6 hours.
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5. Bake at 350 F for 6 minutes
6. Remove from baking sheets to a wire rack to cool

41. What should we do after combining flour and baking powder?


42. How long do you need to bake the cookies?
43. What is the purpose of the text?
44. Rearrange the words into a good sentence!
rainforests – are – characterized – rainfall – high – by
45. Rearrange the sentences below to make a good paragraph!
(1) It weighs 150 pounds or more.
(2) It lives in the scrub and woodland of a few Indonesian islands.
(3) T his lizard is called komodo.
(4) T he largest komodo even weighs 366 pounds (166 kg)
(5) Do you know what is the largest lizard?
(6) Komodo dragon is the world's heaviest lizard.