Minggu, 03 Mei 2009
Satuan Pendidikan : Sekolah Menengah Pertama
Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris
Jenis Soal : Pilihan Ganda
Jumlah Soal : 50 soal

Read the next and answer questions 1 and 2


Ingredients: Sugar, Cashew,
Serving per package: Avg.2/Serving size: 30 gr
Milk Solids, Cocoa Mass,
Average quantity
Average quantity
Cocoa Butter, Vegetable Fat,
Per serving
Per 100 gr
Emulsifier (322: Soy), Salt,
709 kJ (169Cal)
2360kJ (565Cal)
Fat Total

1. How much sodium does the product contain per 100 g?
A. 45 mg
B. 148 mg
C. 565 mg
D. 709 mg
2. “Ingredients: sugar, cashew, milk solids…etc.”
The underlined word means: …. Needed to make something.
A. the steps
B. the goals
C. the materials
D. the methods
Read the text below and answer questions 3 and 4
The Eka Karya Botanical Garden is a unique place to visit in Bali. There, visitor can stroll through cool and tranquil gardens, visit temples and trational Balinese buildings, and learn about Balinese botany and traditionals. The gardens combine scientific and conservation goals in a cool, mountainous setting; with adjancent forest and lakes, wildlife such as birds and monkeys, and the attractive landscaping all joined in harmony. With a rich collection of 1,187 species, the Eka Karya Botanical Garden is not only a forefunner in conserving Indonesia’s flora, but also one of the most beautiful gardens of its kind in the world.
The primary task of the Botanical Garden is to conduct research, inventory and protect Indonesian plant species, native to moist upland areas, particulary from eastern Indonesia, also to provide useful scientific service and to increase public appreciation for concervation.
3. What is the Eka Karya Botanical Garden Like?
A. Kind
B. Useful
C. Unique
D. Hormony
4. “There, visitors can stroll through cool…” (paragrapf 1)
What does the underlined word mean?
A. Walk slowly
B. Examine carefully
C. Observe seriously
D. Stay temporarily
Read the following text and answer questions 5 to 7
Hooray! We had fun with English in our school! We enjoyed this event on Thursday, 17th January 2008, at Yos Sudarso Primary School in Karawang. We had waited for it since September 2007. So when the day came, we were really happy. We played many games such as matching colors, matching picture, horse racing, run and find and spelling bee. We had story telling, too.
All students from grade 1 to grade 6 jointed Fun with English, so there were 3 slots for the activities. We really had fun and we could practice our English. We also sang together about parts of our body, and do – re – mi.
Many prizes were given in this event. There were tickets from Ice World and Gondola of Ancol Bay City, tickets from Water Boom of Lippo Cikarang, tickets from Insects World and Freswater World of TMII, T-shirts, pens, stickers and many other merchandizes.
5. The text merely tells us about …
A. Learning English at Yos Sudarso Primary School.
B. Learning English through fun activities.
C. Getting prizes in learning English.
D. Getting tickets from English activities.
6. What is main idea of paragraph three?
A. Many prizes given in the event
B. All student of the school joined the game.
C. The student had fun during the game.
D. “Fun with English” is a nice programme.
7. Why were there three slots for the activities?
A. There were so many activities to join.
B. There were some prizes to win.
C. Student from grade 1 and 6 joined the games.
D. All students of Yos Sudarso Primay School joined the games.

Read the following text and answer questions 8 to 11

Jellyfish are not reallu fish. They are invertebrate animals. This means that unlike fish or people, they have no backbones. In fact, they have no bones at all.
Jellyfish have stomachs and mouths, but no heads. They have nervous systems for sensing the world around them, but no brains. They are made almost entirely of water, which is why you can look through them.
Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light. The light is made by a chemical reaction inside the jellyfish. Scinentists believe jellyfish glow for several reasons. For example, they may glow to scare away predators or to attract animals they like to eat.
Most jellyfish live in salt water, apart from a few types that live in fresh water. Jellyfish are found in oceans and seas all over the world. They live in warm, tropical seas and in icy waters near the North and South poles.

8. Which one creates jellifish’s light?
A. White blood.
B. Nerveous system.
C. Chemical reaction.
D. Salt water.
9. Which one is TRUE about the jellyfish based on the text?
A. They belong to invertebrate animals
B. They have heads like other animals.
C. Their brain helps them find the food.
D. They cannot live in fresh water.
10. What is the text about?
A. Jellyfish.
B. Kinds of all fish.
C. All invertebrate animal.
D. Some kinds of sea animals.
11. “Some jellyfish can glow in darkness by making their own light.” ( paragraph 3 )
The word “glow” in the sentence means …
A. move
B. produce
C. appear
D. shine

Read the following text and answer questions 12 to 14

Café & Resto
New Romantic Garden Restaurant. The restaurant is located just outside the crowded centre, surrounded by sawahs, right behind Hyatt Hotel. We offer traditional Indonesian food for reasonable prices in a romantic garden environment. Look for our complete menu at For reservation please call phone/fax: 0274-866680.
Mie Thai Casual Thai Restaurant provides authentic Thailand cuisine. Open daily for lunch and dine. Delivery service 0274-561486 or just visit us at Jl. Gejayan CT X/22 Jogja.
Steamboat Restaurant. The only Seafood Steamboat resto in Jogja. We also serve Chinese food. Baturetno, Banguntapan, Bantul. Ph. 0274-7484947 or 0806682407.

12. According to the text, where can we find inexpensive traditional food?
A. New Romantic Garden restaurant.
B. Mie Thai Casual Thai Restaurant.
C. Steamboat Restaurant.
D. Hyatt Hotel.
13. Which of the following statements is incorrect based on the advertisement?
A. New Romantic Garden Restaurant provides romantic atmosphere.
B. New Romantic Garden Restaurant is in the centre of town.
C. Mie Thai Casual Thai Restaurant can deliver customers order.
D. We can eat Chinese food in Steamboat Restaurant.
14. “Mie Thai Casual Thai Restaurant provides authentic Thailand cuisine.”
The word “cuisine” has the same meaning as …
A. beverage
B. drink
C. food
D. snack

Read the following text and answer questions 12 to 14

Dear Catherine,
I’m sorry I can’t pick you up at the airport but luckily, my friend Steve can (He works at night, so he is free in the morning).
I just want to make sure about the information. Your plane arrives at 11 a.m. on June 25th and your flying on KLN Air #1327. Is that fight?.
I told Steve to look for awoman with two young girls but he wanted more information. Do you look the same? What about your daughters? You shouldn’t have a problem finding Steve at the airport. He’s very tall and thin. He has curly brown hair, moustache, and a beard.
I can’t wait to see youu!


15. How many persons will Steve meet at the airport?
A. One
B. Two
C. Three
D. Four
16. Steve will pick Catherine with her daughters at the airport because ….
A. he is busy
B. he is in the morning
C. he works at the airport
D. he wants more information
17. “I can’t wait to see you!” (last sentences)
What does the word “you” refer to?
A. Chaterine
B. Steve
C. The Writer
D. Rony
18. “….but luckily my friend Steve can”.
What does the underlined word means?
A. Accidently
B. Actually
C. Basically
D. Fortunately

Read the following text and answer questions 19 to 21
The new Megatron™ microwave oven brings the latest cooking technology into your kitchen. This microwave oven uses state of the art magnetic technology to heat your food electronically.
It is safe, clean, and most of all, verry efficient.
Just follow the steps below:
1. Plug in the microwave. No need to press an ON button, the microwave is always ready to use! It is in a standby mode to save power.
2. Put your food in the Mega ™ microwave bowl. Made from durable non-stick plastic. Multi-purpose and easy to clean. Come free with your purchase of that Megatron™ microwave oven.
3. Put the bowl into the microwave, close the oven door.
4. Press the Auto Cook Button. Choose from the options: Meat, Vegetable, Rice, Cake and Microwave Meal.
5. Press the START button. The microwave oven will cook the food in a matter of minutes. It will stop automatically when the food is done.
6. When the microwave stops, press the OPEn button and take the bowl out of the oven. Your meal is ready to serve.

19. What must we do first if we want to operate the new Megatron microwave oven?
A.Put the food in the microwave oven
B. Use a standby mode
C. Press the on button
D. Plug in the microwave oven.
20. What is the text about?
A. How to purchase the megatron oven
B. How to stop and press the mega microwave bowl
C. How to use a microwave
D. How to clean a multi purpose microwave
21. The text shows that the product can cook the food ….
A. very fast
B. really easily
C. rather quickly
D. fairly slowly

Read the following text and answer question number 22
22. Where do you usually find the sign above?
A. At railway station
B. At a bus station
C. At a station wagon
D. At a petrol station

Read the text and answer question 23

To : Ruth.

I’d like to congratulate
You on passing your exam.
I do hope you are always successful.



23. Why does Joshua send the card? Because …
A. he wants to tell Ruth about his exam
B. he wants to congratulate Ruth
C. his exam is difficult to do
D. he wants to be succesful

Read the text and answer question 24 and 25

Dear Mira,
I am sorry I have to tell you that I can’t come to your house to work on our project as we have planned before. Unexpected thing happens. My grandma must be hospitalized soon. I’ll tell you about our plan later.


24. From the massage above we know that ….
A. Dinda and Mira have to work together on their project
B. Dinda’s grandma involves in the project
C. Dinda and her grandma will meet Mira at the hospital
D. Dinda expects Mira to stay in the hospital with her
25. What is Dinda’s pupose to write such kind of massage?
A. To tell about her sick grandma
B. To give information about the delay of an activity
C. To ask Mira to work on their project
D. To persuade Mira change the project

Read the text and answer question 26 and 27
Please join us
As we celebrate our
40th Anniversary
Paul and Opal Wright
Friday, May 7th
6.30 p.m. – 10.00 p.m

Our New Home
Komplek TSI Durikosambi Cengkareng
(Dinner will be served)
RSPV 54390186

26. Paul is … husband
A. Opal’s
B. Eliza’s
C. Elsa’s
D. Natalia’s
27. What is the purpose of the text above?
A. To promote an everlasting relationship
B. To invite someone to join the party
C. To announce a wedding ceremony
D. To describe a certain party

Read the text and answer question 26 and 27
Holiday classes at learning centre for Nursery,
Kindergarten and Primary School children
Supervised reading programme
Creative writing
Poetry appreciation
Art in action
Speech training
Grooming and etiquette
- Qualified teachers
- Friendly atmosphere
- Two-hour class twice a week
Call 03-23860505
28. Which of the following statements is Not Correct according to the announcement above?
A. Classes are held twice a week
B. Each session will last for two hours
C. Only kindergarten students can attend the class
D. There are six programmes for the holiday classes
29. How many programs does the learning centre offer?
A. One
B. Three
C. Six
D. Nine
30. “Friendly atmosphere”
What does the underlined word mean?
A. Easy
B. Helpful
C. Pleasant
D. Dull

Read the text and answer question 31 to 33
Most people in the world have a pet. I also have it. My pet is a dog, naked Miko. Its color is brown. It has brown eyes, too. I got this pet from my friend at the beginning of 2009. He bought it from a pet shop in his country. Once a week, my mother bathes him. He is funny and smart. It often plays with my neighbour’s dog. I love him very much because he can be my friend, too.

31. Miko’s eyes are ….
A. black
B. white
C. brown
D. dark brown
32. The writer got the pet from ….
A. his neighbour
B. a pet shop
C. his friend
D. his mother
33. What is the text about?
A. My lovely dog
B. My best friend
C. My pet shop
D. My neighbour’s pet

Read the following text and answer questions 34 to 36
Hexa and I camped in the mountain last weekend. It was very beautiful and very quiet there. The air wash fresh. The location of our camp site was on the top of a hill, so we could see the scenery around us. It was amazing, It was green everywhere. It was also easy to get water as it was near a small river. You see the water is as clear as a crystal. We brought a lot of food from home. There were some noodles, cans of sardines, soft drink, and biscuits. Hexa brought cooking utensils for cooking noodle.

On the first day, we spent our time setting up tent and exploring the surrounding area. I was happy to find that there were many campers there. At night, after we had dinner, we met other campers. We catted and played guitar. It was fun meeting people who had the same hobby. It was not frightening at all at night in the forest as it was very noisy that night. We laughed and sang, and some campers even danced. We went to bed almost dawn. No wonder we got up late the following day. We hiked with others campers until afternoon. We did not realize that it was almost 5 in the afternoon and we had to go back home soon. It was really nice. I planned to go there again on the next long holiday. I would ask other friends to join.

34. What was amazing according to the writer of the text?
A. The location of the campsite
B. The fresh air of the mountain
C. The scenery around the campsite
D. The small river in the mountain
35. What did the writer do on the second day of their camping activity?
A. They chatted and played guitar
B. They had a greet and meet activity
C. They hiked with the other campers
D. They laughed and sang songs together
36. “…we spent our time setting up the tent and exploring the surrounding are.” (paragraph 2)
What does the underlined word mean?
A. Travelling through to learn about it
B. Going backward and forward to watch something
C. Observing carefully to examine something
D. Looking for something in surrounding area

Read the text and answer questions 37 to 39

Meat Floss Porridge

- 250 cc hot water
- 50 gram instant porridge
- 1 spoon soya sauce
- 1 spoon chili sauce
- Crackers
- 10 gram meat floss

Suggested Preparation
1. Put instant porridge into a bowl
2. Pour 250 cc hot water, stir well
Leave it for about 3 minutes until porridge thickened
3. Add soya sauce and chili sauce (as much as you like)
4. Then, spread crackers and meat floss
The porridge is ready to be served

37. How much instant porridge do you need to make the meat floss porridge?
A. 250 cc
B. 50 gram
C. 1 spoon
D. 10 gram
38. What should we do after stirring the porridge?
A. Put the instant porridge into a bowl
B. Add soya sauce and chili sauce
C. Add crackers and meat floss
D. Wait for about 3 minutes
39. “…until the porridge thickened”.
What is the meaning of the underlined word?
A. To be solid
B. To get weak
C. To raise the volume
D. To become powder

Read the following text and answer questions 40 to 43

The Wolf and The Goat

A wolf saw a goat grazing at the edge of a high cliff. The wolf smacked his lips at the thought of a fine goat dinner.
“My dear friend,” said the wolf in his sweetest voice, “aren’t you afraid you will fall down from that cliff? Come down here and grazee on this fine grass beside me on safe, level ground.” “No, thank you,” said the goat.
“Well then,” said the wolf, “aren’t you cold up there in the wind? You would be warmer grazing down here beside me in this sheltered area.”
“No, Thank you,” said the goat.
“But the grass tastes better down here!” said the exasperated wolf,”Why dine alone?”
“My dear wolf,” the goat finally said, “are you quite sure that it is My dinner you are worrying about and not your own?”

40. What did the wolf ask when he saw the goat grazing at the edge of a high clift?
A. To be his friend
B. To graze on the level ground
C. To climb up higher
D. To be his dinner
41. “Aren’t you cold up there in the wind?”
The word ‘there’ refers to ….
A. a high cliff
B. sheltered area
C. grass
D. ground
42. What can we learn from the story above?
A. Don’t look down to other creatures
B. Don’t easily believe in well behaved creatures
C. Don’t judge others by their appearance
D. Don’t easily beat other creatures
43. From the story we know ….
A. the goat was very hungry
B. the wolf was a helpful animal
C. the wolf was eager to eat the goat
D. the wolf was going to fight with the wolf

For numbers 44 and 45 rearrange the jumbled words into a good sentence
44. door – after – the – lock – out – you – go
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
A. 4 – 3 – 1 – 2 – 6 – 7 – 5
B. 6 – 7 – 5 – 4 – 2 – 3 – 1
C. 7 – 5 – 6 – 4 – 3 – 1 – 2
D. 4 – 3 – 1 – 6 – 7 – 5 – 2
45. althought – the journey – good – well – was – run – the weather – not
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
A. 7 – 5 – 3 – 1 – 2 – 4 – 6 – 8
B. 2 – 5 – 8 – 3 – 1 – 7 – 6 – 4
C. 2 – 6 – 4 – 1 – 7 – 5 – 8 – 3
D. 7 – 6 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 1 – 2 – 8

For numbers 46 rearrange the jumbled sentences into a good paragraph

1. One day, there was a big battle in that kingdom
2. The Queen was lucky because she could save her life by changing herself into a golden snail
3. Another day an old women saw the snail and took it home
4. Once upon a time, there was a kingdom in Java
5. The king asked his Queen to save her life
6. Then she looked after it
7. In the middle of the jungle the enemies killed her guards
46. A. 4 – 5 – 2 – 6 – 1 – 7 – 3
B. 4 – 5 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 1 – 6
C. 4 – 1 – 5 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 6
D. 4 – 3 – 5 – 1 – 6 – 2 – 7
47. Arrange these jumble sentences into a good paragraph
1. Before lunch we fed some birds in the park
2. But we were happy because we had so much fun
3. Yesterday my family went to the zoo
4. When we returned home we were very tired
5. In the afternoon we saw the animals being fed
6. We bought some food to give to the animals
The best arrangement is ….
A. 5 – 4 – 6 – 3 – 2 – 1
B. 3 – 6 – 1 – 5 – 4 – 2
C. 5 – 1 – 3 – 6 – 2 – 4
D. 3 – 1 – 5 – 4 – 2 – 6

For questions 48 to 50 choose the suitable word to complete the text below
The sugar glider is a marsupial, just like so many other Australian animals, for instance, the kangaroo and the koala. It sis very similar to “tupai” in Indonesia. The sugar glider is a possum. It basically …(48) in trees. It eats leaves and fruits. However, the Australian sugar glider has a very special ….(49). It can jump from tree …(50) like the “tupai”. But can also sort of fly. In fact, it glides.
48. A. stays
B. leaves
C. lives
D. plays
49. A. mood
B. character
C. trought
D. skill
50. A. fast
B. high
C. low
D. aside

5 komentar for SOAL UN BAHASA INGGRIS SMP 2009:

  1. assalamualaikum,
    Mas didno terimakasih soalnya. ngajar smp ya?
    salam kenal.

  2. Permisi, bisa tolong keluarkan soal ttg jumbled sentences semua gak? jadi 50 saol membahas jumbled sentences doang.

  3. oke bangat
    dari tani

  4. Terimakasih atas postingannya. Keep sharing :)

  5. informasi menarik
    bisa unduh soal ujian nasional
    terima kasih infonya


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