Soal Try Out Ujian Nasional Bahasa Inggris SMP/MTs
Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Soal Try Out UN Bahasa Inggris SMP/MTs - Ujian Nasional untuk jenjang SMP/MTs tinggal beberapa bulan lagi. Bapak dan ibu guru di sekolah biasanya sudah mengadakan bimbingan belajar atau bimbel untuk meningkatkan hasil belajar di sekolahnya masing-masing.
Biasanya bapak dan ibu guru mengadakan Try Out Ujian Nasional untuk peserta didiknya masing-masing. Soal-soalnya bisa didapat dari berbagai sumber baik dari buku, internet atau penerbit yang menerbitkan buku bimbel.
Nah bagi bapak dan ibu guru yang membutuhkan Soal-soal Try Out Ujian Nasional untuk peserta didiknya di sekolahnya masing-masing khususnya jenjang SMP atau MTs. Berikut kami berikan Soal Try Out UN Bahasa Inggris tingkat SMP/MTs :
The following text is for questions 1-2
1. It is not safe to park your vehicles here
We are not responsible for the damage to your vehicles
The text is addressed to
A. Parking attendants
D. Police officers
2. If the car is damaged,
A. The owner may claim the damage
B. The parking management will not pay anything
C. The parking attendant will give some money
D. The driver will get an insurance
Questions 3-6 are based on this text.
The vast Great Victoria Desert extends from the Eastem Goldfields area in Western Australia across the southern parts of central Australia to the Stuart and Gawler Ranges in South Australia. The climate is arid, with mean annual rainfall ranging from below 150 mm to over 250 mm. Rainfall is a seasonal, but shows great variability between years. The average of temperature in summer is between 32°C and 35 C.
Much of the Great Victoria Desert is vegetated by open woodlands, typically eucalypts (Eucalyptus gongylocarpa, E. pyriformis, and E. socialist) with a hummock grass understory (Triodia spp., largely T. basedownii), mulga (Acacia aneura) with other grasses (Aristida spp. and Plectrachne spp.), or belah (Casuarina cristata) with shrubs (Maireana sedifolia, Dodenaea attenuata).
The Great Victoria Desert has an exceptionally high diversity of reptiles, including the vulnerable great desert skink which had been considered extinct in South Australia until its rediscovery by
Aboriginal landholders in 1998. More than 100 species of reptile have been recorded, with Gekkonidae (e.g. Diplodactylus), Agamidae (e.g. Ctenophorus), Scincidae (e.g. Ctenotus, Egernia, Lerista and Morethia), and Elapidae (c.g. Simoselaps and Suta) being particularly diverse.
Several threatened mammals, the endangered sandhill dunnart (Sminthopsis psammophila), the endangered marsupial mole (Notoryctes typhlops), and the vulnerable mulgara (Dasycercus
cristicauda) still occur within the region., Australia has experienced nearly half of the world's mammal extinctions within the past 200 years, with most of the extinctions concentrated in drier interior regions of the continent. These extinctions include a number of species which once utilized the Great Victoria Desert: the pig-footed bandicoot (Chaeropus ecaudatus), short-tailed hopping mouse (Notomys amplus), long-tailed hopping mouse (N. longicaudatus), and lesser stick-nest rat (Leporillus apicalis).
(source: https://www. worldwildlife .org/)
3.What is the writer's intention in writing the text?
A. To explain how to go to The Great Victoria Desert.
B. To show some animals that live in a desert
C. To describe The Great Victoria Desert
D. To describe deserts in general
4. What is the main idea of the third paragraph?
A. Reptiles that live in The Great Victoria Desert
B. Some endangered reptiles in The Great Victoria Desert
C. Animals that can survive in The Great Victoria Desert
D. Some unique pants in The Great Victoria Desert
5. We can conclude that...
A. It is very hot in The Great Victoria Desert during sụmmer
B. We can find sand hill dunnarts in the all deserts in the world
C. The vulnerable great desert skink was extinct in 1998
D. There are more than 200 mammals that is extinct this year
6. It is not easy to live in The Great Victoria Desert... the climate is very extreme.
Questions 7 and 8 refer to the following text
I'd like to inform you that the listening test will be postponed until next week because our headmaster will hold an international teleconference at the language laboratory. Sorry for the sudden information. Please tell your classmates about this.
7. What is the message about?
A. An urgent meeting
B. A conference confirmation
C. A test schedule change
D. An international conference
8. From the text we can conclude that
A. Ms. Handini will join the international teleconference
B. Dadan is a headmaster
C. Dadan has a language laboratory
D. Ms. Handini is Dadan's teacher
Questions 9 to 13 refer to the following text
Last night something happened in my neighborhood. When I had dinner, I heard some people shouting in front of my neighbor's house. They asked my neighbor to come out. They also wanted my neighbor to surrender. I was very confused. I went out of my house to know what happened.
I met Jenny and asked her what happened. She said that my neighbor is a robber. He robbed a bank in Jakarta last month. The people who was shouting were police officers. Finally, my neighbor came out of his house and the police caught him. My neighbor was brought to the police station.
9. What is the main idea of the last paragraph?
A. The writer's neighbor was a policeman
B. The writer met Jenny in front of his house
C. Jenny was afraid of her neighbor
D. The police caught the writer's neighbor
10. If the writer's neighbor did not come out of his house,
A. The thief would run away
B. The writer's neighbor would be caught
C. The writer would hide inside his house
D. The police officers would break into the house
11. Why did the writer go out from his house?
A. Because he wanted to catch his neighbor
B. Because he wanted to know what really happened
C. Because he wanted to talk to Jenny
D. Because he wanted to help the police officers
12. Last night something happened in my neighborhood.
The underlined word can be replaced with
13. Finally, my neighbor came out of his house and the police caught him.
The underlined word refers to ...
A. The writer's neighbor
B. The writer
C. The police officer
D. The writer's friend
Questions 14 and 15 refer to the following text
The parking lot is under construction. You can park your car in front of the yard. We are very sorry for the inconveni1ence.
14. The text above is intended to ...
A. Tell the visitors to stay in front of the yard and parking lot
B. Explain how to park a car in front of the yard
C. Inform the visitors to park their vehicles in front of the yard
D. Ask the visitors to park their cars in front of the parking lot
15. What will happen if a visitor park his car in the parking lot?
A. A parking attendant will ask him to move his car
B. All visitors will park their car in the parking lot
C. He must pay son money to the parking attendant
D. A police officer will tow his car to a garage
Questions 16 to 18 refer to the following text
Once upon a time, there was a flock of doves that flew in search of food led by their king. One day, they had flown a long distance and were very tired. The dove king encouraged them to fly a little
further. The smallest dove picked up speed and found some rice scattered beneath a banyan tree. So all the doves landed and began to eat.
Suddenly a net fell over them and they were all trapped. They saw a hunter approaching carrying a huge club. The doves desperately fluttered their wings trying to get out, but to no avail. The king had an idea. He advised all the doves to fly up together carrying the net with them.
Each dove picked up a portion of the net and together they flew off carrying the net with them. The hunter looked up in astonishment, He tried to follow them, but they were flying high over hills and valleys. They flew to a hill near a city of temples where there lived a mouse who could help them. He was a faithful friend of the dove king.
When the mouse heard the loud noise of their approach, he went into hiding. The dove king gently called out to him and then the mouse was hanny to see him. The dove king explained that they Each dove picked up a portion of the net and together they flew off carrying the net with them. The hunter looked up in astonishment. He tried to follow them, but they were flying high over hills and valleys. They flew to a hill near a city of temples where there lived a mouse who could help them. He was a faithful friend of the dove king.
When the mouse heard the loud noise of their approach, he went into hiding. The dove king gently called out to him and then the mouse was happy to see him. The dove king explained that they had been caught in a trap and needed the mouse's help to gnaw at the net with his teeth and set them free.
The mouse agreed saying that he would set the king free first. The king insisted that he first free his subjects and the king last. The mouse understood the king's feelings and complied with his wishes. He began to cut the net and one by one all the doves were freed including the dove king.
They all thanked the mouse and flew away together.
(source: http://www moralstories org)
16. What does the story tell us about?
A. A flock of doves that were caught by a big mouse
B. A flock of doves that helped a mouse
C. A flock of doves that went to a new place
D. A flock of doves that wanted to find some food
17. We can conclude that the dove king is
18. The king insisted that he first free his subjects and the king last. (last paragraph)
The underlined word is the closest in meaning to...
Questions 19 to 22 refer to the following text
My name is Farhan. I am a student. My hobby is fencing. I started to join fence club when I was still in elementary school. At first I joined the club because it was a unique sport and only a few students who loved that.
Last year, 1 joined an international fencing competition in Bali. Twenty countries joined the event. At first I was very nervous, but my coach motivated me. Surprisingly I could go until final. My opponent was from France in the final.
I knew that my opponent was the winner of the last competition. However, 1 was not afraid. I played as best as I could. Surprisingly, I could win the last mateh and that made me the winner of the competition. My parents were very proud. My coach congratulated me. Next year, I will join Asian Games in Japan to represent Indonesia.Hopefully I will get the gold medal there.
19. Where did the writer join his first international competition?
A. In Indonesia
B. In Japan
C. In France
D. In China
20. Why did the writer join a fence club?
A. Because a lot of students join it
B. Because fencing is a unique sport
C. Because the writer was an athlete
D. Because the writer's father asked him
21. What can we conclude of the story?
A. The writer stopped practicing when he was in elementary school
B. The writer is a gold medalist in Japan
C. The writer will join a multinational event next year
D. The writer lived in France when he was still kid
22. At first I was very neryous, but my coach motivated me.
The underlined word is the closest in meaning to...
Questions 23 and 24 refer to the following text
I just want to remind you to bring some leaves and seeds to finish our handicraft. Let's finish the assignment today because tomorrow is the due date.
23. What is Syafa's intention to write the text?
A. To remind Intan about their assignment
B. To inform Intan about their new task
C. To suggest Intan to bring some leaves and seeds
D. To invite Intan to go to a handicraft fair
24. When should they submit their handicraft?
A. On weekday
B. On the next day
C. On weekend
D. On the last day
Questions 25 and 26 refer to the following text
Serving size :1 cup
Total Fat 8gr
Vitamin A, C, D
Exp: 20 January 2022
25. What is the purpose of the text?
A. To explain the percentage of the product
B. To inform the content of the product
C. To give detailed information of a product
D. To describe about a product
26. We can conclude that
A. The product is dangerous for adults
B. The product is good for children
C. We should put the product in the fridge
D. We should consume the product before 2022
Questions 27 to 29 refer to the following text
Emperor Akbar was in the habit of putting riddles and puzzles to his courtiers. He often asked questions which were strange and witty. It took much wisdom to answer these questions. Once he asked a very strange question. The courtiers were dumb folded by his question.
Akbar glanced at his courtiers. As he looked, one by one the heads began to hang low in search of an answer. It was at this moment that Birbal entered the courtyard. Birbal who knew the nature of the emperor quickly grasped the situation and asked,
"May I know the question so that I can try for an answer".
Akbar said, "How many crows are there in this city?"
Without even a moment's thought, Birbal replied "There are fifty thousand five hundred and eighty nine crows, my lord".
"How can you be so sure?" asked Akbar.
Birbal said "Make you men count, My lord. If you find more crows it means some have come to visit their relatives here. If you find less number of crows it means some have gone to visit their relativés elsewhere".
Akbar was pleased very much by Birbal's wit.
(Source: http://www english-for-students com)
27. What can we learn from the story?
A. A witty answer will serve its purpose.
B. A smart answer will lead us to misfortune
C. A kind king will never ask silly questions
D. A hardworking man will find his luck
28. We can conclude that Birbal was
29. was -the - king – answer - Birbal's - with- pleased
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Questions 30 to 32 refer to the following text
Monarch butterflies are known for the incredible mass migration that brings millions of them to California and Mexico each winter.
North American monarchs are the only butterflies that make such a massive journey-up to 3,000 miles. The insects must begin. this journey each fall ahead of cold weather, which will kill them if they tarry too long.
Monarch butterflies begin life as eggs and hatch as larvac that eat their eggshells and, subsequently, the milkweed plants on which they were placed. (Monarchs are dependent on milkweed plants,
which larvac cat nearly exclusively.)
Fattening larvae become juicy, colorful caterpillars, and then create a hard protective case around themselves as they enter the pupa stage. Thcy emerge as beautifully colored, black-orange-
and-white adults. The colorful pattern makes monarchs easy to identify-and that's the idea. The distinctive pattern warns predators that the insects are foul tasting and poisonous.
Butterflies that emerge from chrysalides (pupa state) in late summer and early fall are different from those that do so during the longer days and warmer weather of summer. The monarchs that emerge later are born to fly, and know because of the changing weather that they must prepare for their lengthy journey.
Only monarchs born in late summer or early fall make the migration, and they make only one round trip. By the time next year's winter migration begins, several summer generations will have lived and died and it will be last year's migrators' great grandchildren that make the trip. Yet somehow these newgenerations know the way, and follow the same routes their ancestors took-sometimes even returning to the same tree.
(Source: https://www nationalgeographic com)
30. When do Monarch butterflies migrate to Mexico?
A. In spring
B. In summer
C. In fall
D. In winter
31. We can conclude that ...
A. Old butterflies will fly to California in summer
B. The caterpillars are poisonous
C. All monarch butterflies do not recognize their ancestor's tree
D. Young butterflies will die in summer if they do non migrate
32. and know because of the changing weather that they must prepare for their lengthy journey
The underlined word is the closest in meaning to
Questions 33 to 35 refer to the following text
Acer is a genus of trees or shrubs commonly known as maple, There are approximately 128 species, most of which are native to Asia, with a number also appearing in Europe, northern Africa, and North America. Only one species, Acer laurinum, extends to the Southern Hemisphere. The type species of the genus is the sycamore maple, Acer pseudoplatanus, the most common maple species in Europe.
Most maples are trees growing to 10-45 m (33-148 ft) height. Others are shrubs less than 10 metres tall with a number of small trunks originating at ground level. Most species are deciduous, and many are renowned for their autumn leaf colour, but a few in southern Asia and the Mediterranean region are evergreen. Most are shade-tolerant when young and are often riparian, understory, or pioneer species rather than climax over story trees with a few exceptions such as Sugar Maple. Many of the root systems are typically dense and fibrous, inhibiting the growth of other vegetation underneath them. A few species, notably Acer cappadocicum, frequently produce root sprouts, which can develop into clonal colonies.
The flowers are regular, pentamerous, and borne in racemes, corymbs, or umbels. They have four or five sepals, four or five petals about 1-6 mm long (absent in some species), four to ten stamens about 6- 10 mm long, and two pistils or a pistil with two styles. The ovary is superior and has two carpels, whose wings elongate the flowers, making it easy to tell which flowers are female. Maples flower in late winter or early spring, in most species with or just after the appearance of the leaves, but in
some before the trees leaf out.
33. What is the writer's intention in writing the text?
A. To describe a plant in general
B. To describe how to plant a plantation
C. To retell the history of a certain plant
D. To entertain the readers through plant story
34. What information can we get from the text?
A. Maple leaves are evergreen in Europe
B. Maple blooms in late spring or carly autumn
C. We can easily differentiate male and female maple
D. There are less than one hundred species of maple trees in the world.
35. Many of the root systems are typically dense and fibrous
The underlined word is closest in meaning to
Questions 36 to 38 refer to the following text
1. Find a flat, stable and safe place to change your tire.
2. Take out the spare tire and the jack.
3. Raise the jack until it is supporting (but not lifting) the car.
4. Remove the hubcap and loosen the nuts by turning counterclockwise.
5. Pump or crank the jack to lift the tire off the ground.
6. Remove the nuts the rest of the way.
7. Remove the tire.
8. Place the spare tire on the hub.
9. Tighten the nuts by hand until they are all snug.
10. Lower the car to the ground fully and remove the jack.
11. Put the old tire in your trunk and take it to a mechanic.
(From: http://www. wikihow. com/Change-a-Tire)
36. What is the most suitable title for the text?
A. How to pump your tire
B. How to repair your car
C. How to change flat tire
D. How to be a good mechanic
37. Tighten the nuts by hand until they are all snug.
The underlined word refers to
38. We use the jack to
A. Remove the nuts
B. Open the nuts
C. Remove the tire
D. Lift the tire
Questions 39 to 41 refer to the following text
HOW TO CREATE AN INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT
1. Download the application on your mobile device.
2. Install Instagram.
3. Complete the registration with your e-mail, usemame, and password.
4. Confirm your e-mail address.
S. Enjoy Instagram,
(From: www. wikihow. com/Create-an-Instagram-Account)
39. Based on the text, to make an Instagram account is ...
40. We must have a
... to have an Instagram account
41. What is the last thing we should do based on the text?
A. Register our account
B. Confirm our e-mail address
C. Create a password
D. Complete the registration
Questions 42 to 44 refer to the following text
Located in a business center
We offer: 300 luxurious rooms
Three Large and Cozy meeting rooms
A ball room
A restaurant serving western and Asian cuisines
A big swimming pool
Book now at: www. arjunahotel333. com or call us at
Arujna Hotel. Jalan Mekarsari 333 Batam
42. Who will be interested to stay in the hotel?
A. People who want to enjoy scenery at a countryside
B. People who have business in town
C. People who will take flight in Batam
D. People who like having activities outside
43. What should we do if we want to book a room?
A. Call the owner of the hotel
B. Visit the hotel's website
C. Order some Asian cuisine
D. Stay in one room of the hotel
44. Three Large and Cozy meeting rooms.
The underlined word is the closest in meaning to ..
Questions 45 to 48 refer to the following text
There is a small archipelago located 80 kilometers to north east of Jepara, Central Java. It is called Karimun Java archipelago. This archipelago is administratively a regency of Jepara.
Based on popular local myth, this archipelago was discovered by Sunan Nyamplungan. He's the nephew of Sunan Kudus who is one of the Wali Sanga.
Karimun Java is also well known with its tourism objects. Tourists come to Karimun Java to enjoy the white sandy beach and pristine coral reefs. Tourists can also enjoy challenging treks through the hills. They can also visit Sunan Nyemplungan's cemetery.
45. From the text, we can find out that
A. Karimun Java is located in the center of a lake
B. Karimun Java is located near from Jepara
C. Jepara is an archipelago
D. Sunan Kudus is Sunan Nyamplungan's uncle
46. The word "archipelago" means...
A. A coral reef
B. A tourism object
C. A group of islands
D. A sandy beach
47. They can also visit Sunan Nyamplungan's cemetery.
The underlined word refers to ...
B. Tourism objects
48. People visit Karimun Java its beautiful scenery
A. So that
B. Even though
C. Because of
D. Used to
Questions 49 and 50 refer to the following dialogue
Darla : Nico, did you join our school trip to the museum last week?
Nico : Yes I did. Did you join it too?
Darla : Yes. I think that the museum is fantastic. It has modern way to exhibit their collection
Nico : I think so. The tour guides were also helpful. They were also very friendly.
49. Based on the dialog we can conclude that Nico
A. Is uncertain with his opinion
B. Disagrees with Darla's statement
C. Is certain with his opinion
D. Agrees with Darla's statement
50. We can conclude that ...
A. Darla did not join the school trip
B. Nico dislikes the museum
C. Darla often visits the museum
D. Nico is Darla's schoolmate