Soal Ujian Sekolah Bahasa Inggris SMP Tahun Pelajaran 2021/2022pendidikan Soal Ujian Sekolah
Soal Ujian Sekolah Bahasa Inggris SMP Tahun Pelajaran 2021/2022 Kurikulum 2013 - Ujian Sekolah kini menjadi salah satu penentu kelulusan sekolah, selain nilai rapot dari kelas 7 semester ganjil hingga kelas 9 semester ganjil.
Jadwal Ujian Sekolah di beberapa kabupaten kota berbeda-beda. Ada yang pelaksanaan Ujian Sekolah mulai dari tanggal 11 April hingga tanggal 18 April 2021. Tetapi ada juga yang berbeda lebih awal atau setelahnya.
Pada kesempatan kali ini kami membagikan akan soal dan kunci jawaban ujian sekolah mata pelajaran Bahasa Inggris jenjang SMP tahun pelajaran 2021/2022 yang dapat digunakan untuk pembelajaran di rumah atau bisa dimanfaatkan oleh bapak dan ibu guru yang mengampu mata pelajaran tersebut untuk pembuatan soal tahun berikutnya.
Berikut Soal Ujian Sekolah Bahasa Inggris SMP Tahun Pelajaran 2021/2022 :
A. PILIHAN GANDA
This text is for questions number 1- 3.
The Prambanan Temple
One of the most popular artifacts in Indonesia is Prambanan, a complex of temples which was built in 825 AD. The central part of Prambanan complex consists of three main shrines dedicated to the gods of Trimurti.
The position of three main shrines are the temple of Siwa stands in the centre, that of Whisnu on the north, and that of Brahma on the south. In front of each of these main temples stands of the mouth of each God. This ensemble is completed by two annexes, the “Candi Apit” or “Flanking Temples”, and nine small shrines to shelter the stones demarcating the compound within which the temple complex stands.
1. What is the main idea of the text above?
A. A complex temples which was built in 825 AD.
B. Prambanan is one of Buddhist temples in Indonesia.
C. Prambanan is one of the well-known artifacts in Indonesia.
D. Three main tombs are placed in the centre of Prambanan.
2. What is the second paragraph about?
A. The temples of Siwa.
B. Brahma temple’s position.
C. The Wishnu’s temple’s position.
D. The position of three main shrines in Prambanan.
3. What shelters the stones demarcating the compound?
A. The Candi Apit
B. The flanking temple
C. The nine small shrines
D. Candi Apit and the flanking temples
This text is for questions number 4-5.
Count On Me
By Bruno Mars
If you ever find yourself stuck in the middle of the sea
I’ll sail the world to find you
If you ever find yourself lost in the dark and you can’t see
I’ll be the light to guide you
We find out what we’re made of
When we are called tohelp our friends in need
You can count on me like 1. 2. 3
I’ll be there
And I know when I need it
I can count on you like 4, 3, 2
And you’ll be there
‘Cause that’s what friends are supposed to do, oh yeah
Oooooooh, oooooohh yeah, yeah
4. “If you ever find yourself stuck in the middle of the sea I’ll sail the world to find you”.
What message we can get from the part of lyric above?
A. Trouble, how hard it is, will never stop you from helping your friend.
B. A friend will always show us the way each time we are lost.
C. We will stuck in the middle of the sea if we have no friend.
D. We can go around the world with our friends.
5. “Cause that’s what friends are supposed to do”. Based on that part of lyric we can infer that . . . .
A. We can choose any friends we want to help.
B. A good friend will rely on each other.
C. Only friend who know us well.
D. We need a lot of friends.
This text is for questions number 6-10.
The holidays had come. At first, I didn’t know how to spent my long holiday. I didn’t have any plans because my parents were very busy. My father was finishing his project, while my mother was taking care of my little sister. She was just five months old.
Fortunately, one of my friends, Zaky, didn’t have any plans either. So we spent the holiday together. During the holiday, he came to my house almost every day.
We did a lot of things. On the first day, we rode a bicycle and went around the city. We stopped at some shops and enjoyed window- shopping. The second day, I taught Zaky how to play basketball. We spent three days just to get him able to shoot well. In the last two days, we visited museums in our city; they were Ronggowarsito and Mandala Bakti. We learned a lot from the collections in the museums.
6. Why didn’t the writer have plans for his vacation?
A. He was very busy.
B. His parents were busy.
C. He wanted to spend the vacation at home.
D. He didn’t know that the vacation had come.
7. How did the writer feel to learn that Zaky didn’t have any plans either?
8. From the text we can conclude that . . .
A. the writer went around the city by bicycle.
B. The things displayed in the museums were boring.
C. Zaky learned how to play volleyball from the writer.
D. The writer and Zaky visited three museums during the vacation.
9. How long did the vacation last?
A. Three months.
B. Five months.
C. One month.
D. One week
10. How many days did Zaky practise to shoot well?
This text is for questions number 11-12.
11. To whom do you probably send the card?
A. To a sick person.
B. To a happy person.
C. To a person who celebrates a birthday.
D. To a friend who wants to have a party.
12. “I hope this makes . . . .”
The underlined word refers to . . . .
A. The flower
B. The paper
C. The card
D. The pot
This text is for questions number 13-15.
The continuous heavy rain for three days had made Jakarta flooding. About 80% of its area is dipped with water. Here are some steps you could follow when you face the problem of flood.
● First save your valuable documents in the fastest place in your house. It can be put on the top of cupboard or the space above the ceiling.
● Then you could also save your electronic on the higher place. If you have thick and large plastic bag, it’s a good idea to wrap the appliances with it and seal it.
● When the water has entered your house, don’t panic. Listen and do the instructions or announcement from the local government about what to do. You should consider about your family safety more than anything.
● If you should take a refugee, bring your most important documents with you. Don’t panic, but you should stay alert.
13. What should be saved first?
B. Your house
C. Valuable document
D. Electronic appliances
14. What should we do when the water has entered the house?
B. Scream loudly
C. Save our electronic appliances
D. Listen and the instruction or announcement from the local government
15. What is the purpose of the text ?
A. To amuse the readers
B. To describe the problem of flood
C. To inform how to do if you face the problem of flood.
D. To relate the writer’s experience in facing the problem of flood.
This text is for questions number 16-19.
Flying fish are thought to have evolved this remarkable gliding ability to escape predators, of which they have many. Their pursuers include mackerel, tuna, swordfish, marlin, and other larger fish. For their sustenance, flying fish feed on a variety pf foods, including plankton.
There are at least 40 known species of flying fish. Beyond their useful pectoral fins, all have unevenly forked tails, with the lower lobe longer than the upper lobe. Many species have enlarged pelvic fins as well and are known as four-winged flying fish.
The process of taking flight, or gliding, begins by gaining great velocity underwater, about 37 miles per hour. Angling upward, the four-winged flying fish breaks the surface and begins to taxi by rapidly beating its tail while it is still beneath the surface. It then takes to the air, sometimes reaching heights over 4 feet and gliding long distances, up to 655 feet. Once it nears the surface again, it can flap its tail and taxi without fully returning to the water. Capable of continuing its flight in such a manner, flying fish have been recorded stretching out their flights with consecutive glides spanning distances up to 1,312 feet.
Flying fish are attracted to flight, like a number of sea creatures, and fishermen take advantages of this with substantial results. Canoes, filled with enough water to sustain fish, but not enough to allow them to propel themselves out, are affixed with a luring light at night to capture flying fish by dozens. There is currently no protection status on these animals.
16. What is the main idea of the third paragraph?
A. The flying fish has four wings.
B. The flying fish can jump over 4 feet.
C. The flying fish have a unique process of taking flight.
D. Once the flying fish comes near the surface, it flaps its tail.
17. What do we know about flying fish?
A. They can stay on land for days.
B. They are classified as endangered animals.
C. They use their special ability to avoid danger.
D. They have long and narrow fins to help them fly.
18. The fish can easily be . . . during the night by using lamps.
19. “. . .remarkable gliding ability to escape predators, of which they have many.” (paragraph 1)
The underlined word has the opposite meaning to . . . .
This text is for questions number 20-24.
There once lived a beautiful Javanese princess named Roro Jonggrang. She was sad because her father, Prabu Baka, was defeated and killed by Bandung Bondowoso who wanted to marry her. She really didn’t want to marry him, so she made a condition that she would marry him if he could build one thousand temples in one night as a wdding gift. Bandung agreed with this condition.
Bandung Bondowoso started building the temples, being helped by the spirits of demons. Roro Jonggrang was in a panic because the work was nearly done. So, she woke all women in the palace up and ordered them to make noisy sounds of grinding rice that made roosters think that the dawn had already broken.
Knowing that Roro Jonggrang had deceived him, he became angry and cursed her. Suddenly, the princess turned into a statue. Bandung Bondowoso then regretted this and he decided to go away to a far land.
20. Why didn’t Roro Jonggrang want to marry Bandung Bondowoso?
A. He was ugly.
B. She already had a fiance’.
C. He had murdered her father.
D. She didn’t want to leave the palace.
21. “ . . . dawn had already broken.” (Paragraph 2)
What does the underlined word mean?
C. Late at night.
D. Early morning.
22. How did Roro Jonggrang refuse Bandung Bondowoso’s proposal?
A. By asking him to build one thousand temples.
B. By telling him that he had killed her father.
C. By telling him that she was afraid of him.
D. By asking him about his condition.
23. Why was Bandung Bondowoso so angry with Roro Jonggrang?
A. He wanted to hold the wedding ceremony soon.
B. He knew Roro Jonggrang deceived him.
C. Roro Jonggrang refused marry him.
D. Roro Jonggrang turned into a statue.
24. What can we learn from the story?
A. We should be powerful.
B. We should not cheat others.
C. Don’t try to work with demons.
D. Don’t force people to do things they don’t want.
This text is for questions number 25-28.
Let me tell you about my bedroom. There are many kinds of furniture in my bedroom. In the centre of my room, there is my bed. The bed is made of wood. There is a nice bed cover and a warm blanket on my bed. On the right side of my bed, there is a wardrobe. I put my clothes in it. On the left side of my bed, there is a bookshelf. I put my books there. There is a table and a chair next to the shelf. I usually sit there to study. On the table, there is a desk lamp. When I study in the evening, I always turn on the lamp. There is also an alarm clock on my table. I set the alarm in the evening before I go to bed. It wakes me up in the morning. I always clean my bedroom every day. I arrange the things neatly to make my bedroom comfortable to live in.
25. The text mainly tells us about . . .
A. the furniture in the writer’s bedroom
B. the kinds of furniture in a bedroom
C. the bed in the writer’s bedroom
D. the writer’s bedroom
26. What is the bed like?
A. In the centre of the room.
B. A cozy wooden bed.
C. Nice and large.
D. Small but nice.
27. Where is the location of the desk lamp?
A. On the table.
B. Next to the bed.
C. Next to the table.
D. Behind the alarm clock.
28. What is the function of the alarm clock?
A. To give information about the weather.
B. To wake the writer up in the morning.
C. To make the writer sleep.
D. To tell the time to sleep.
This text is for questions number 29-33.
Last week my school arranged a tour to a waterfall. We went to Curug Sewu. On a fine cool morning, we gathered at the school at six o’clock. Two buses had ready at school. The teacher counted the students. We were all ninety. Four teachers accompanied us and two assistants took charge of the sports things. At half past six, we got into the bus and left for Curug Sewu.
We were in our happy mood. We sang cheerful songs and clapped, shouting and rejoicing along the way. At 9 a.m. the teachers served us fried rice and mineral water for breakfast. Two hours later we arrived at Curug Sewu. We kept our bags and baggages on a lodge booked by the school for us. After a full meal we got ready for sight-seeing.
At first we visited Kshetra Curug Sewu. There we saw a big temple built where five rivers originate. We were surprised to see it. There we enjoyed rafting and other water sports. It was almost evening there. So we hurried up to the sunset point. We saw the whole sunset, where the sun went down on the western horizon with its brilliant colors spread in the sky. The view had a deep impression on my mind. When it was dark we returned to our lodge.
The next day was kept for visiting other points and valleys. On the early morning we enjoyed the sunrise, and other sightseeing points. In the afternoon around four we went to the market. There, we enjoyed delicious strawberries and raspberries. I bought a cane stock and a bottle of honey.
Then it’s the time for us to return home from journey. We were in a very merry mood returning home. I enjoyed my picnic very much.
29. What did the students do when they were all in happy mood?
A.They kept their bags and baggages on a lodge
B.They enjoyed the sight-seeing at Curug Sewu
C.They enjoyed the cuisine and the water sports
D.They enjoyed their picnic
30. It can be inferred that the author loves sunset more because . . . .
A. She is not a sport type person
B. She loves nature more than sport
C. She is most likely a melancholic person
D. She loves the radiant colours of the sunset
31. The writer and his friends returned to their lodge … it was dark there.
32. “We were surprised to see it. (paragraph 3)
The underlined word refers to . . . .
A. a big temple
B. Sunset point
C. Curug Sewu
D. the sky
33. “When it was dark we returned to our lodge” (paragraph 3).
The underlined word has the same meaning with . . . .
This text is for questions number 34-37.
Guacamole can be used as a dip for corn chips or serve as part of a dish.
Serves: 6-8 as a dip
Preparation time: 30 minutes
● 3 ripe avocados, peeled and halved
● 1 small onion, finely chopped
● 2 tomatoes, peeled, deseeded and chopped fine
● 1 handful of fresh coriander leaves, chopped
● 45 ml lemon juice
1. In a medium bowl, smash the avocado flesh. Add the tomatoes, chilies, and onions and stir well.
2. Add coriander and the lemon juice and mix again.
3. Spoon into a serving bowl. If not serving immediately, cover tightly and refrigerate or the mixture will discolour.
Tips: never touch your eyes, lips, or nose after chopping chilies. You may suffer a severe reaction. Wash your hands thoroughly after touching or chopping chilies.
34. Who will be more interested in trying the recipe?
B. Meat lovers
C. Sea food lovers
D. Fast food lovers
35. According to the text, what should we do to the tomatoes before chopping it?
A. Wash them
B. Blend them
C. Remove the seeds
D. Cut them into pieces
36. Why should we cover the mixture tightly or put it in the refrigerator?
A. To protect it from dirt
B. To protect it from bacteria
C. To avoid it become tasteless
D. To avoid it become discolored
37. What should we do with our hand when chopping the chilies?
A. Use gloves
B. Wash them
C. Moisturise them
D. Hold the knife firmly
This text is for questions number 38-40.
There was once an old man. He was very, very old. People said he was a thousand years old! He was also very wise and he knew many things. Many people came to visit him in his cave near the sea. They always asked him to help them.
One day, a young man came to see this wise old man. “O wise father,” said the young man, “I want to be useful to people. I want to serve them all my life. How can I do this?”
“That’s very good,” said the old man. “Here is a magic box. Do not open it until you reach home. If you open it now something will happen to you.”
“Thank you, wise father,” said the young man. He took the box and left.
When he was out of the cave, he stopped. “I wonder what is in the box?” he said to himself. “I’m going to look.”
He opened the box and at once he turned into a tall tree--- a coconut tree. That was his punishment for disobeying the old man, but he still had his wish because the coconut tree is very useful to people.
38. What is the story about?
A. A magic box
B. The origin of a coconut tree
C. The benefits of a coconut tree
D. Punishment for a disobedient person
39. Where did old man live?
A. On a hill
B. In the sea
C. On a mountain
D. On the seashore
40. How could the young man realize his wish?
A. He turned into a coconut tree.
B. He gave the box to other people.
C. He turned into a tall and fruitful tree.
D. He opened the box and left it on the way.
This text is for questions number 41-42.
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I am glad that your channel has reached one thousand subscribers and you have got ads on your videos.
I am proud of you.
Keep moving to make attractive and educated videos.
41. The writer sent the card in order to . . .
42. What achievement has Amira got?
This text is for questions number 43-45.
A mangrove is a tropical maritime tree or shrub of the genus Rhizophora. Mangroves have special aerial roots and salt-filtering tap roots that enable them to thrive in brackish water (brackish water is salty, but not as salty as sea water).
There are several species of mangrove trees found all over the world. Some prefer more salinity, while others like to be very close to a large fresh water source (such as a river). some prefer areas that are sheltered from waves. Some species have their roots covered with sea water every day during high tide. Others are most sensitive to salinity, and grow closer to the shore. Other species grow on dry land, but are still part of the ecosystem.
Mangrove need to keep their trunk and leaves above the water line. Yet they also need to be firmly attached to the ground so they are not moved by waves. There are three types of mangrove roots that help in this process:
1) Support roots which directly pierce the soil.
2) Level-growing roots which twist upward and downwards, with the upward twists emerging on the water surface.
3) Level-growing roots whose downward twists (sub-roots) appear on the water surface.
Any part of root that appears above the water line channels oxygen to the plant below the water line. Over time as soil begins to build up, these roots produce additional roots that become embedded in the soil.
43. What is mangrove tree?
44. What makes mangroves able to thrive in brackish water?
45. Why do mangroves need to be firmly attached to the ground?