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BANK SOAL BAHASA INGGRIS SMP PROVINSI DIY 2015 ASRAMA HAJI SLEMAN 14 – 18 FEBRUARI 2015 The following text is for questions number 1

1. The notice above means that ….

A. we should save the blooming algae B. the visible surface scum is not dangerous C. we must not make direct contact with the water D. the algae bloom can save the water from pollution The following text is for questions number 2 and 3

2. From the text we can infer that ….

A. Christa was very sure about her winning B. Aunty Jane taught Christa to practice spelling C. Christa never won a spelling bee contest before

D. Aunty Jane was very optimistic about Christa’s winning


A. To give support to Christa in the spelling bee contest. B. To congratulate Christa as the winner of the contest. C. To remind Christa about the spelling bee contest. D. To ask Christa to always do spelling practice. The following text is for questions number 4 and 5.

To : Yasir 0813283555333

I text you to inform that this morning our teacher said that extra-curricular activities are organized between 14:30-16:45 every weekday afternoon. It will include a variety of activities such as sports, arts and music (including school band). You have to complete the Administrative Questionnaire and forward it to by latest 25 June 2014 at 12:00.

Sender : Didan

+6285666160836 Received :

16:54 16-06-2014

4. Why does the writer write the text?

A. To inform his friend about the extra-curricular activities. B. To remind his friend to prepare the music performance. C. To tell his friend that the teacher texted the students. D. To ask his friend to join all the activities.

5. What time do the Extra-curricular activities start? A. At 12:00.

B. At 14:30. C. At 16:45. D. At 16:54.


6. What date will the Asia mall be open at 9:00 AM-8:00 PM? A. December 24, 2013 and December 25, 2013

B.December 24, 2013 and December 31, 2013 C. November 29, 2013and December 25, 2013 D. December 31, 2013 and Jan2014

7. ” SMOA Veranda tenants on Dec 31 shall remain open …” The synonym of the underlined word is….

A. sustain B. begin C.stay D. start

The following text is for questions number 8 and 9.

8. From the text we know that ….

A. Deanne Perez invites Sophia Marie to come to her birthday party B.James and Deanne Perez will hold the party for Sophia Marie C. the birthday party will be held in the morning

D. there will be breakfast and cake in the party 9. From the text we can infer that ….


B.Sophia Marie is James and Deanne Perez’s daughter

C. it is the 1st wedding anniversary for James and Deanne Perez

D. James and Deanne Perez invite the reader to come to their wedding party The following text is for questions number 10 and 11.

Schedule of CAMPER Day

3.30 Instructional Activities (4 @ 45 min each)

6.30 Dinner

7.30 Evening Activity 10.00 Camper Lights Out 10. What is the purpose of writing the text?

A. To invite the people to enjoy the rest period. B. To give information about the camp activities. C. To ask the people join the horseback activities. D. To describe the activities of the camper lights out. 11. From the text we know that ….

A. the lunch time will be done after the rest period B. the activity will end after instructional activities C. the horseback ride will be held after Cabin Clean-Up D. the camper will have dinner after doing evening activity The following text is for questions number 12 to 14.

Palu, 5thFebruary, 2015 Dear Sherly

How are you? It has been a long time since we met. I hope you are all right.

Well, I spent my holiday in Jakarta last month. I went there with my family by plane to visit my grandparents. As I missed them so much,I felt so excited when I met them. We stayed in Jakarta for five days.

We spent most of the time gathering and sharing many things. We also visited a few tourist resorts in Jakarta. One of them was the National Monument, the icon of Jakarta. It is located in Central Jakarta. I could see the scenery of Jakarta city from the observation deck, located at the top of the monument. I also enriched my knowledge about Indonesian history, by observing the dioramas.



12. “One of them was the National Monument, the icon of Jakarta.” What does the underlined word refer to?

A. Many things. B. Tourist resorts. C. The writer’s family. D. The writer’s grandparents.

13. “As I missed them so much, I felt so excited....” (paragraph 2) The underlined word can be best replaced with ….

A. lost of B. loved to C. longed for D. worried about

14. The writer could see the scenery of Jakarta City from …, located at the top of the monument

A. the dioramas B. Central Jakarta C. the observation deck D. her grandparents’ house

The following text is for quetions number 15 to 17.

15. Based on the text we know that …. A. there are four locations of AEC

B. all classes are conducted every Monday C. academic persons should take level one


16. Based on the text we can conclude that …. A. AEC is the name of the English skills B. the advertisement is about the job vacancy C. you can learn business after joining this course D. you go to AEC yourself to enroll for the courses 17. The text is intended to ....

A. describe the English training

B. persuade the readers to join the English course C. tell the readers how to speak English confidently D. give detailed information about the English course The following text is for questions 18 to 20

How to operate a toaster

1. Plug in the toaster to an electric plug. 2. Insert two pieces of bread into the slot

3. Select the darkness of food in toaster using the adjustment knob. It is located on the front part of toaster.

4. Lower the lever to start the toasting cycle.

5. Depending on how dark you select the food in the toaster to be, it will take a minute or two.

6. Take food out of toaster and put jam, honey, or anything else you may want to add onto it. Then, start to eat the delicious meal you made.

18. “…, or anything else you may want to add onto it.” (step 6) The underlined word refers to ….

A. jam B. food C. honey D. toaster

19. Where is the adjustment knob located? A. In the slot.

B. In the toaster.

C. On the front part of toaster. D. At the lower level of toaster. 20. “Select the darkness of food….”

The underlined word has similar meaning to.... A. choose

B. decide C. create D. make


Lee Min Ho is a Korean talented actor and model. He was born in Dongjokgu, South of Korea, on 22 June 1987. He is the only son of his parents. He has one older sister. His height is about 187 cm and his weight is about 73 kg.

According to his parents,hewas a calmand a very personable boy during his childhood.When he grew up, he was very popular among the girls because of his good-looking face.Now, many female fans in the world are crazy about him. They admire not only his appearance but also his personality. He is very friendly, humble and well-built.

Lee Min Ho's hobby is playing football.Actually, his dream was to be a professional soccer like Christiano Ronaldo (his favourite football player). But instead of becoming a professional soccer, he becomes a famous artist, as famous as his favourite actor, Leonardo D’caprio.

Lee Min Ho works at some agents;Starhaus Entertainment (Korea), IMX Inc. (Japan) and Huayi Brothers (China). He is majoring in Film &Art at Konkuk University.

21. Whatmake the girls admire Lee Min Ho? A. His career and his hobby.

B. His popularity and talent.

C. His appearance and personality. D. His profession in film and art.

22. What is the writer’s intention to write the text? A. To tell us about a Korean artist, Lee Min Ho. B. To promote Lee Min Ho in film and art. C. To inform Lee Min Ho’s personality. D. To describe Lee Min Ho’s hobbies.

23. “They admire not only his appearance but also his personality.” (paragraph 2) What does the underlined word refer to?

A. The girls. B. Young girls. C. The parents. D. Female fans.

24. What is the text about?

A. The description of Lee Min Ho. B. The story about Lee Min Ho. C. A wellknown Korean Actor. D. Lee Min Ho and his family.

The following text is for questions number 25 to 27.


Last month, the Wilsons went to Green Trees Park. Jim and Sally sat under a (25) ... tree to take a rest, talked, and read. The children played a ball. Sally decided to take a picture of the children. While she was focusing her(26)... suddenly, she heard a scream. She looked up. A man was stealing a woman’s purse. He was running to her direction. Sally thought fast. She took three pictures of the man. When the police came, she gave them the picture files.

The next day, one of Sally’s photographs was in the newspaper. Under the picture was the story of robbery. After that, the police got the information about the pickpocket’s name and address. In a short time, the police could(27) ...him and put him into a prison.

The following text is for questions number 28 to 30. The Magic Fish Bone

Once upon a time there was a man who had twelve children, but he was not able to give them enough food to eat. Alice, the obedient and hardworking eldest daughter, became very thin.The Sea Fairy took pity on her and gave her a fish. She asked herto keep the fish bone after she had eaten it.

“It is a magic fish bone,”the Sea Fairy told Alice, “and it will grant you one wish, but only one. So be sure to use it wisely.”

Alice was not tempted to use her magic fish boneon many occasions. She didn’t use it when one of her brothers was ill. When her sister was lost, she didn’t use the magic bone either.She always managed to put things right by herself, without using the magic bone.

One day, however, Alice found her father in desperate poverty: he had no money left at all. “Is there no way to find any money?” She askedworriedly.“No, I have already done everything possible,” her father repliedsadly.

“Well, then, if there is really no other answer...” Then the young girl took the fish bone out of her pocket and stroke it. At that moment the Sea Fairy appeared and at once set about resolving all their problems.

Adapted from 28. Why did the SeaFairy give Alice a magic bone?


C. The sea fairy wanted Alice to be her daughter. D. Alice’s father couldn’tfeed his twelve children. 29. What is the main idea of paragraph 3?

A. Alice’s brother asked Alice to help him when he got sick. B. Alice’s sister needed her magic fish bone when she got lost. C. Alice used the magic fish bone to overcome her problems. D. Alice was not tempted to use her magic fish bone.

30. What can we learn from the text above?

A. Face your problems and never give up easily. B. Ask for help whenever you face any problems. C. Help your father and you will find your happiness. D. Eating fish will make us healthy.

The following text is for questions number 31 to 33.

Housing in Japan includes modern and traditional styles. Two patterns of residences are predominant in contemporary Japan: the single-family detached house and the multiple-unit building, either owned by an individual or corporation and rented as apartments to tenants, or owned by occupants. Additional kinds of housing, especially for unmarried people, include boarding houses (which are popular among college students), dormitories (common in companies), and barracks (for members of the Self-Defense Forces, police and some other public employees).

An unusual feature of Japanese housing is that houses are presumed to have a limited lifespan, and are generally torn down and rebuilt after a few decades, generally twenty years for wooden buildings and thirty years for concrete buildings.

According to a housing survey carried out in 1993, single-family homes accounted for 59.2% of all housing in Japan. In 1997, it was estimated that about 60% of Japanese lived in detached houses. In 1998, 52% of all dwellings in Japan were found to consist of detached houses owned by their residents, 36% were rented dwellings in apartment complexes, 8% were owned dwellings in apartments complexes, and 4% were rented detached houses. In 2008, it was estimated that six out of ten Japanese lived in single-family houses.

31. What does the text tell us about? A. Features of Japanese residences. B. Types of traditional housing. C. A housing survey result. D. Japanese housing.

32. Based on the information in paragraph two, houses in Japan are .... A. limited in number

B. ever lasting buildings


D. renovated in certain periods of time

33.“In 2008, it was estimated that six out of ten Japanese lived in single-family houses.” (paragraph 3 the last sentence)

The underlined word has the similar meaning to .... A. approximated

B. advanced C. preferred D. associated

The following text is for questions number 34 to 37.

In the early 16th century the Portuguese arrived in Indonesia. At that time there was a huge demand in Europe for spices such as nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, cloves and mace. Huge profits could be made by transporting them to Europe and selling them. The Portuguese therefore decided to seize the Moluccas, the chief source of spices. In 1511 they captured Melaka, an important port. They also captured the Moluccas.

However in the early 17th century the Portuguese lost their position to the Dutch. The first Dutch fleet sailed from Holland in 1595 under Cornelis de Houtman. In 1602 the Dutch East India Company was formed to control trade with Indonesia. In 1605 they took Tidore and Ambon from the Dutch. In 1619 the company captured Batavia. In 1641 they took Melaka. During the 17th century the Dutch gradually extended their power of Java and the Moluccas. However they had little influence in the rest of Indonesia.

Moreover during the 18th century the Dutch East India Company slipped into debt. Finally in 1799 the Dutch government took over its territories.

34. When did the Portuguese take Moluccas? A. In 1511.

B. In 1595. C. In 1605. D. In 1619.

35. From the text above we can conclude that…. A. the spices trade didn’t give great profit B. it was difficult to get spices in Indonesia

C. the European wasn’t interested in the spices trade D. the spices were very valuable in Europe at that time 36. What is the main idea of the second paragraph?

A. The Portuguese conquered Dutch to control the trade in Indonesia. B. The Dutch had little influence in some parts of Indonesia.

C. The Dutch took over the position from the Portuguese. D. The Dutch extended their power of Java and Moluccas. 37. “Huge profits could be made by transporting them ....”

What does the underlined word refer to? A. Profits.


C. Cloves. D. Nutmegs.

The following text is for questions number 38 to 40.

Reza Rahadian Matulessy better known as Reza Rahadian is an Indonesian actor who rises to become a/an (38)… actor following his well-known role in Perempuan Berkalung Sorban. Born in Jakarta, he took up acting while in senior high school and made his feature film debut in 2004. Since receiving his first Citra Award in 2009, he has (39)… in over a dozen films, ranging from comedies and romances to dramas and biopics.Towards the end of 2012 Rahadian played former president B.J. Habibie in Faozan Rizal's biopic Ainun & Habibie. In a review, Prathivi wrote that Rahadian had represented the former president and his mannerisms (40)… – without any faul.

38. ….

The following text is for questions number 41 to 43.

Mosquitoes are members of a family of nematocerid flies. Most species of mosquitoes are harmless. However, several species carry and transmit diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, and dengue fever to human and other animals.

The mosquito’s body consists of head, thorax, and abdomen. The round head has a long proboscis which it uses to suck the blood from the human or animal. Like flies, mosquito’s feet are equipped with claws for attaching to host’s skin .

Mosquitoes go through four stages in their lifecycles. They include egg, larva, pupa, and adult phases. These stages usually last 5 to 14 days, depending on the species and temperature. Eggs hatch to become larvae, which grow until they are able to change into pupae. The adult mosquito emerges from the mature pupa as it floats at the water surface.


41. The female mosquitoes use the blood for …. A. making protein

B. feeding the larvae

C. making the eggs mature

D. making the mosquitoes mature 42. What is paragraph 2 about?

A. The size of mosquito. B. The head of mosquito. C. The function of proboscis. D. The parts of mosquito’s body.

43. “They can’t form this vital component on their own.” (paragraph 4) The underlined word can be replaced with ….

A. strange B. factual

C. important

D. extraordinary

The following text is for questions number 44 to 46.

Once upon a time, there was a young man called Ma Liang. He was poor but liked to help people. He liked drawing pictures everywhere.

One night, he dreamt that an old man gave him a magic paintbrush and asked him to use it to help poor people. When he woke up, he found the magic paintbrush on his desk. From that day on, he used the paintbrush whenever people needed help. When he saw that people had no water to use in the fields, he drew a river and the river came to life. People could bring water from the river to the field and save a lot of time and energy.

But a few days later, a rich man heard about it. He wanted to own the paintbrush. He knew that he could make a lot of money by turning things to life and keeping them, so he sent some people to the Ma Liang's home and took him to the prison. He got the magic paintbrush and felt very happy.

Then he invited a lot of his friends to come to his home and showed them the magic paintbrush. He drew a lot of pictures, but they could not become real. He was very angry and asked some people to get Ma Liang.

When Ma Liang came, he said to him, "If you draw some pictures for me and turn them to life, I will set you free." The young man knew that he was a bad man in the village. Of course he did not want to help him. He had an idea. He drew a golden mountain which was far away from the sea and a big ship.

Then the bad man jumped into the ship first and a lot of his family and friends jumped in too. When the ship sailed to the middle of the sea, the young man drew a large wave and it destroyed the ship. So the bad man and his friends died.

44. What’s the story about?


45. Why did the rich man want to own the magic paintbrush? A. He could make much money with it.

B. He wanted to go to a golden mountain. C. He wanted to teach his friend how to draw.

D. He would use the paintbrush to take care of his cattle. 46. What can we learn after we read the story above?

A. We should not be greedy.

B. We must not sail to avoid a large wave. C. We must have cattle to get a better life. D. We should work hard to get a lot of money.

47. Arrange the following words to make a good sentence.

brother kidnapped the prince fought the giant little who his had

48. Arrange the following words to make a good sentence.

and are shows off very simple his wealth he clothes the man’s never

49. Arrange these jumbled sentences into a good paragraph. 1. It helps them to move easily.

2. The shape is like a torpedo.

3. Harmless sharks eat plankton but harmful sharks eat meat. 4. It is one of the largest sea creatures.

5. Instead of bones it has elastic cartilage. 6. Different sharks eat different food. 7. The skin is tough like sandpaper.

8. A shark is a type of fish that lives in the sea.

50. Arrange these jumbled sentences into a good paragraph. 1. Early one day, Mr. Fish went out to look for food.


3. Long long ago, there lived a fish in a small house, named Mr. Fish. 4. Suddenly, he saw food moving in the water.

5. The fisherman took him home and ate him. 6. Mr. Fish’ss job was to find food.

7. He quickly seized it in his mouth and started to swim home.

8. Someone pulled the string and soon Mr. Fish found himself inside a fisherman’s basket.

A. 1-6-4-7-8-2-5-3 B. 1-4-6-2-7-8-3-5 C. 3-6-1-4-7-2-8-5 D. 3-4-7-2-1-8-5-6




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