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Soal UN SMP Bahasa Inggris 2018 – Ujian Nasional Bahasa Inggris Tahun Pelajaran 2017/2018 [Naskah Asli]

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Soal UN SMP Bahasa Inggris 2018 – Ujian Nasional Bahasa Inggris Tahun Pelajaran 2017/2018 [Naskah Asli]

Soal UN SMP Bahasa Inggris 2018 – Ujian Nasional Bahasa Inggris Tahun Pelajaran 2017/2018 [Naskah Asli].
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The following text is for questions 1 and 3.

Dear Yudhistiro,

Finally, you did it!
You have finished your study with flying colour.
Your achievement proves you’re the best!
You really deserve it, buddy.
CONGRATULATIONS!

Love,
Mom and Dad

1. What is the purpose of the greeting card?
A. To give support.
B. To show happiness.
C. To give some flying colour.
D. To show appreciation.

2. Why are Yudhistiro’s parents so proud of him?
A. He has done the test.
B. He has finished his study.
C. He is the best in his school.
D. He can show his achievement.

3. The word “achievement” is closest in meaning to …
A. accomplishment
B. intelegence
C. ability
D. skill

The following text is for questions 4 to 5.

Mommy, it is raining heavily here. Unfortunately I don’t bring my umbrella. I can’t go home now. There are still many friends. When will I be home?

Nia

4. what is the text about?
A. Raining heavily..
B. Going home late.
C. Going home soon.
D. Staying at certain place.

5. What might the reader do after receiving the message?
A. Ask her to go home.
B. Pick her up at school.
C. Persuade her to stay at school.
D. Suggest her to buy an umbrella.

The following text is for questions 6 to 8.

To commemorate the upcoming National Education Day, the students Board Organization will hold some interesting program. They are English speech contest, story telling contest and wall magazine competition. The objective of the programs is to develop student’s skill in English speech. The programs will be held on May 1st, 2017. The English speech contest and the English story telling contest will begin at 08.00 a.m. While the wall magazine competition will start at 10.00 a.m. The contestants should be ready at 07.00 a.m. All classes must take part in the programs. For detailed information please contact the coordinator of the programs, Julia of class 8.2.

6. What is the witer’s intention to write the text?
A. To announce the programs to celebrate the National Education Day.
B. To invite students for watching the English contest.
C. To explain how to join the speech English contest.
D. To develop the student’s skill in English.

7. What should the students do to participate in the program?
A. Contact the program coordinator.
B. Watch some good English contests.
C. Support only interesting programs.
D. Come to school before 07.30 a.m.

8. “The objective of the programs is to develop student’s skill in English.”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….
A. step
B. goal
C. tool
D. material

The following text is fo questions 9 to 10.

Dear Ramdan,

I’m sorry for cancelling our plan to visit grandma on Lebaran day. I hope you are not upset, I promise we will do it next year.

Dad

9. What is the writer’s purpose to write the text?
A. To ask for forgiveness for being upset.
B. To tell when they will visit their grandma.
C. To inform what they will do on the next year.
D. TO inform for the cancellation of visiting grandma.

10. What was their plan for the Lebaran day this year?
A. Cancelling their visit to grandma.
B. Gathering in Ramdan’s house.
C. Having Lebaran day together.
D. Visiting their grandma.

11. “I promise we will do it next year.” The underlined word refers to ….
A. Ramdan and his father.
B. Ramdan and his grandma.
C. Ramdan’s father and grandma.
D. Ramdan’s grandma and his father.

The following text is fo questions 12 to 14.

ANNOUNCEMENT

Test for new members of English Club will be on Friday, March 24th 2017, at 7 a.m. in Tulip’s room.

Be there on time!

12. What is the topic of the text?
A. Suggesting new members of English Club to have a test.
B. Asking new members of English Club to come on time.
C. Asking new members of English class to came to a test.
D. Informing a test for new members of English Club.

13. What will the new member of English Club probably do after reading the announcement?
A. Forward the message.
B. Study hard for the test.
C. Come to Tulip’s room soon.
D. Call the committee of English Club

13. The text is useful for …
A. English club member.
B. new students of school
C. English club coordinators
D. new members of English Club

Read the text and answer the questions 15 to 16.

To: All OSIS members of 7th and 8th grades

You are invited to come to our weekly meeting which will be held on:
Day/date: Thursday/22 November 2017
Time: 1 – 3 p.m.
Place: OSIS meeting room
Agenda: Discussion for OSIS annual election event

OSIS Head of Committee,
Kartika Pasaribu
PS: Please come on time or we will start without you since it’s an urgent agenda

15. What is the writer’s purpose to wite the text?
A. To do the writer’s urgent call to all OSIS members.
B. To invite all OSIS members to attend OSIS meeting.
C. To give information about OSIS annual election party.
D. To inform readers how to do OSIS annual election party.

16. According to the text, what will OSIS members talk about in the meeting ….
A. Meeting room
B. Urgent agenda
C. OSIS program
D. Election party

The following text is for questions 17 and 18.

[gambar azhaar invitation card]

17. What is the purpose of the text?
A. To tell how to get to Lharisee Café.
B. To invite someone to come to Pemuda street.
C. To inform that Azhaar will hold a birthday party.
D. To ask someone to attend Azhaar’s birthday party.

18. Whati will you do at Lharisee café in Azhaar’s birthday?
A. Order pizza and cake
B. Turn Azhaar to seventeen
C. Make pizza and ice cream
D. Enjoy pizza, ice cream, and get the prize

The following text is for questions 19 to 21.

COOL HEAVEN, BATU HIGHLAND MALANG

Breakfast is provided free of charge. We also have special discount on food and drinks at our restaurant for all registered guests. On top of that, there’s fifty percent discount for children below 12 at our restaurant. We are located close to the apple garden and butterfly farm. You can also see the sunset and the sunrise from your room. Children would also be entitled for free horse riding lesson every morning. RP430,000 per night.

Reservation: (0341) 7689980
e-mail: coolheaven@yahoo.com

19. To whom is the text recommended?
A. Persons who want to see sunrise.
B. People who want to spend the night.
C. Men and women who like eating out.
D. Men and women who want to see sunset.

20. To attract a family customer to stay, the hotel provides ….
A. special discount
B. free breakfast
C. butterfly farm
D. apple garden

21. “Breakfast it provided free of charge.” The underlined word has the closest in meaning to ….
A. needed
B. supplied
C. supported
D. introduced

The following text is for questions 22 to 25.

The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, Australia, identified as one of the 20th century’s most distinctive buildings.

Designed by Danish architect, Jem Utzon, the building was formally opened on 20 October 1973 after a gestation beginning with Utzon’s 1957 selection as winner of an international design competition. The government of New South Wales, led by the premier, Joseph Cahill, authorized work to begin in 1958 with Utzon directing construction. The government’s decision to build Utzon’s design is often overshadowed by circumtanses that followed, including cost and scheduling over runs as well as the architect’s ultimate resignation.

The building and its surrounds occupy the whole of Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, between Sydney Cove and Farm Cove, adjacent to the Sydney central business district and the Royal Botanic Gardens, and close by the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Though its name suggests a single venue, the building comprises multiple performance venues which together are among the business performing art centres – hosting well over 1,500 performances annualy, attended by more than 1,2 million people. Performances are presented by numerous performing artists, including four resident companies. Opera Australia, The Australian Ballet, The Sydney Theatre Company, and The Sydney Symphony Orchestra. As one of the most popular visitor attractions in Australia, more than eight million people visit the site each year, and approximately 350,000 visitors take a guided tour of the building each year. The building is managed by the Sydney Opera House Trust, an agency of the New South Wales State Government.

On 28 June 2007, the Sydney Opera House became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sydney_Opera_House,28-07-2016, 05:16

22. What does the text tell us about?
A. The location of the Sydney Opera House building.
B. The designer of the Sydney Opera House building.
C. The description of the Sydney Opera House building.
D. The designation of the Sydney Opera House on World Heritage Site.

23. Based on the text, the Sydney Opera House is … building in Sydney, Australia.
What does they (paragraph 2) refer to?
A. Royal botanic
B. Central business
C. the centre of art performance
D. Sydney Cove Symphony orchestra.

24. What might a music lover do after reading the text?
A. Making an international competition there.
B. Planning to watch an opera or orchestra show there.
C. Going there to take the picture of the Sydney Opera House.
D. Praising the opera house as a UNESCO world heritage site.

25. “The building and its surrounds occupy the whole of ….” (paragraph 3)
The underlined word refers to ….
A. the Sydney Harbour
B. the Royal Botanic Garden
C. the Sydney Opera House building
D. the Sydney central business district

The following text is for questions 26 to 28.

The king of the mice lived inside a banyan tree in a forest. One day, a poor man was cutting down some trees. As he started to cut down the banyan tree, the king of the mice grew frightened. “Please, leave the tree standing,” he said to the woodcutter, “and I’ll give you a piece of gold everyday.”

The woodcutter agreed. So, every evening the king of the mice took out a piece of gold from under the roots of the tree and gave it to the woodcutter. The woodcutter took the pieces of gold home and showed them to his wife.

After a few days, his wife asked him, “Where does the gold come from?” “Don’t worry about that,” he said, “just keep it.” A few days later she asked him again, but he did not tell her. “If you don’t tell me,” she said, “I’ll go and tell the government or even the king that you’re a robber.”

The woodcutter was frightened of his wife when she was angry. So he said, “Every evening the king of the mice gives me a piece of gold from under the roots of the tree.”

“Oh, you are stupid!” his wife said. “You’ve been tricked by a mouse. He gives you one piece of gold every evening but the rest of the gold is under the tree all the time! Why don’t you cut down the tree and take it all away?”

The woodcutter did as he was told. He cut down the tree. But when he looked under the roots, the gold was not there. The king of the mice had run away too.

That night, the king of the mice crept up to the woodcutter’s house and took back all the gold. So the woodcutter was as poor as before.

26. What is the purpose of the text?
A. To describe the king of mice who lived inside a banyan tree in a forest.
B. To present information about the woodcutter and the king of mice.
C. To entertain readers about the story of the woodcutter and the king of the mice.
D. To tell readers that woodcutter was a poor man at the end of the story.

27. Why did the woodcutter cut down the tree?
A. He wanted to get more gold.
B. He was afraid of the king of mice.
C. The king of the mice lived inside a banyan tree.
D. The king of the mice never gave the gold to the poor.

28. What can we learn from the story above?
A. The greedy person would never satisfy himself.
B. The tricky person will get a problem.
C. The lazy person will never success.
D. The poor person must work hard.

The following text is for questions 29 to 32.

Last month, I went to Kupang with my brother to visit our aunt. On the first day, our cousin took us to Rote. From Kupang, it took us 1,5 hours on the fast ferry. The waves there were very strong. We visited a fishing village there. After that, we went on a small boat to see a seaweed farming project. Finally, we came back home in the evening. That was one of our great holidays in Kupang and we were so happy.

29. What is the topic of the text above?
A. A visit to a fishing village.
B. Seaweed farming project.
C. A long trip from Kupang.
D. Great holiday in Kupang.

30. The writer went to Kupang because ….
A. his brother wanted to see a seaweed farming project
B. he longed to see his aunt
C. he had never gone to Kupang before
D. he wanted to spend his holiday there

31. What did they do before coming home?
A. Visited a seaweed farming project.
B. Sailed to Rote with his cousin.
C. Visited a fishing village there.
D. Went to Rote by fast ferry.

32. “That was one of our great holidays in Kupang and ….”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….
A. sad
B. bad
C. lucky
D. fantastic

The following text is for questions 33 to 36.

Long ago a rich man wanted the very best education for his son, and so he sent him abroad to learn other languages. A few years later when the young man returned home, the only language he had learnt was dog’s language. The father was so indignant that he drove his son out of the house, and said that he wished to have nothing further to do with him. The young man left his house with his broken heart.

After a great deal of wandering, the young man arrived in a village which was terrorized by a pack of ferocious dogs. Although everybody had advised him not to wander there, the young man insisted on going into the wood where dogs lived; and to much amazement , he returned without even a scratch. He said that the dogs had spoken to him, explaining they were ferocious because they were compelled by a spell to keep guard all the time over a rich treasure chest buried in the woods. The young man solved all the problems by digging up the chest for himself, so the dogs were free to wander off and troubled the villagers no further.

One day, the young man came home in a luxurious carriage followed by the long line carts, loaded with all the richest he had accumulated as a result of his ability to talk with dogs! The rich man was very proud of his son and he was aware then that everyone had his own capability.

33. What is the story about?
A. A young man who could speak with dogs.
B. A rich man who made his son very greedy.
C. A villager who buried a rich treasure chest.
D. A dog which helped people in a small village..

34. What does the 2nd paragraph tell us about ?.
A. The troubles that the young man did to the villagers.
B. The way the young man helped the dogs from the spell.
C. The chest that made all dogs in the village became wilder.
D. The solution offered by the young man to make dogs wander.

35. What did the young man leave his house very sadly?
A. His father was very disappointed with him.
B. His mother drove him out of his own house.
C. He did not get his father’s property as usual.
D. All his father’s wealth was gone because of him.

36. What can we learn from the story?
A. Family is everything on earth.
B. Father must teach his son well.
C. Children must be educated well.
D. Every son has his own competence.

The following text is for questions 37 to 40.

Hurricanes are giant, spiralling tropical storms that can pack wind speeds of over 160 miles (257 kilometers) an hour and unleash more than 2.4 trillion gallons (9 trillion liters ) of rain a day.
Hurricanes begin as tropical disturbances in warm ocean waters with surface temperatures of least 80 degree Fahrenheit (26.5 degrees celcius). These low pressure systems are fed by energy from the warm seas. If a storm achieves wind of 38 miles (61 kilometers) an hour, it becomes known as a tropical depression. A tropical depression becomes a tropical storm, when its sustained wind speeds top 39 miles (63 kilometers) an hour. When a storm’s sustained wind speeds reach 74 miles (119 kilometers) an hour, it becomes a hurricane and earns a caterogy rating of 1 to 5 on the Saffir-Simpson.

37. What is the topic of the text?
A. Tropical disturbances in warm ocean.
B. The wind speeds of the giant storms.
C. Tropical storms known as cyclones.
D. Giant tropical storms, hurricanes.

38. What is the main idea of the second paragraph?
A. Tropical depression is caused by wind speeds og 38 miles.
B. The low pressure system are fed by energy from warm seas.
C. The wind speeds can charge a hurricane into a tropical storm.
D. The surface temperature and wind speeds can cause a hurricane.

39. If a storm achieves wind speeds of 74 miles an hour, it becomes a ….
A. hurricane
B. tropical storm
C. tropical depression
D. low pressure system

40. A tropical storm happens when storm’s wind speeds reach … miles an hour?
A. 39
B. 61
C. 74
D. 160

Read the text and answer the following questions 41 to 44.

My idol

Hello my name is Florence. I want to tell you about my idol from which my name is taken from. Her name is Florence Nightingale. She was born in 1820 to a wealthy English family. She decided in her teens to become nurse, even though her parents disapproved. At that time, most nurses were from poor families and had little or no training. But Nightingale was determined to have her way. In 1850 and 1851, she received training at hospitals in Egypt and Germany.
In 1853, Nightingale took charge of a hospital in London, England. Here she showed skills as a nurse and an organizer. She had bells put beside patient’s beds. When patients needed a nurse, they rang the bells. No body had thought of this idea before.
Nightingale devoted the rest of her long life to improving public health and educating people about the importance of good hygiene. Britain’s hospitals accepted her ideas, and they became cleaner and healthier places.
In 1860, Nightingale set up a training school for nurses in London. “The Nightingale nurses,” as its graduates were called, helped spread Nightingale’s ideas around the world. Nightingale died in 1910 at the age of 90.

41. What is the purpose of the text above?
A. To portray Florence’s life
B. To describe Florence’s idols
C. To explain writer’s role model
D. To tell about Florence’s origin name

42. From the text, we can conclude that Florence Nightingale’s prominent characters are ….
A. persistent and caring
B. intelligent and devious
C. structured and fanciful
D. prosperous and negligent

43. What is the main idea of the second paragraph?
A. Florence devoted her life to public health.
B. A wealthy girl can determine to be a nurse.
C. The cleverness of Nightingale is shown on the use of the bell.
D. The writer’s idol had ideas to establish nursing training school.

44. “…. Helped spread Nightingale’s ideas around the world”
The word ideas can be best replaced by….
A. deeds
B. works
C. dreams
D. estimations

The following text is for questions 45 to 47.

On Wednesday, my students and I went to Yogyakarta. We stayed at Dirgahayu Hotel which is not far from Malioboro.
On Thursday, we visited the temples in Prambanan. There are three big temples, the Brahmana, Syiwa, and Wisnu temples. They are really amazing. We visited only Brahmana and Syiwa temples, because Wisnu temple was being renovated.
On Friday morning we went to Kraton of Yogyakarta, we spent about two hours there. We were lucky because we were led by a smart and friendly guide. Then we continued our journey to Borobudur. We arrived there at four p.m. At 5 p.m. we heard an announcement that Borobudur gate would be closed.
In the evening we left for Jakarta by Wisata bus.

45. What did the writer do in Yogyakarta?
A. Enjoyed the three big temples.
B. Visited some tourist destinations.
C. Saw Borobudur temple.
D. Studied the Kraton of Yogyakarta.

46. We could not visit Wisnu temple, because it was…
A. far from Brahmana temple
B. smaller than others
C. not a good temple
D. being renovated

47. “We spent about two hours there.”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….
A. used
B. lived
C. wasted
D. expended

Read the text and answer the following questions 48 to 50.

“Bee”

Bees fly from flower to flower, sipping nectar and collecting grains of pollen. Bees have a special tounge that sucks up the nectar and a crop in their throat for storing it until they get back to the hive, where it is turned into honey to use as food.
Many plants depend on bees to spread pollen, helping them to reproduce. Flowers that attract bees are usually yellow, blue, or purple. Many bees specialize in one plant species. In areas where different flowering plants bloom at the same time, it keeps different bee species from fighting over the same flower!
Honeybees and bumblebees live in colonies or hives. All the bees in the colony work together for the good of the hive. Each has a job to do: the queen lays the eggs and the workers build the honeycomb, care for the larvae and collect the food.

48. The benefit of reading the text is to know …
A. the bees in general
B. the bees in colony
C. the habitat of the bees
D. the different bee species

49. How are the bees cooperative?
A. Bees fly from flower to flower.
B. Bees in the colony work together.
C. The workers build the honeycomb.
D. Many bees specialize in one plant species.

50. “… for storing it until they get back to the hive, …” (Paragraph 1)
The underlined word is closest in meaning to …
A. working
B. flighting
C. keeping
D. throwing

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