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LEMBAR  SOAL
ULANGAN AKHIR SEMESTER I
TAHUN PELAJARAN 2011/2012

MATA PELAJARAN                    :     BAHASA INGGRIS
K E L A S                                       :     XI ( SEBELAS ) Akselerasi
HARI/TANGGAL                          :    JUM’AT/20 MEI 2011
WAKTU                                         :     09.30 – 11.00 WIB



Choose the best answer!
Text 1 is for questions no. 1 to 5.
Integrated Pest Management
            There is no one way to deal pests in agricultural. Pesticides are commonly used, but this may cause many problems.
            First, the chemicals in pesticides may build up residues in the environment. These reduce the quality of farm’s products. As well, pests can gradually become resistant to pesticides. This means that newer and stronger ones have to be developed. Some pesticides also affect non target animal such as fish and bees.
            To wipe out agricultural pests completely may be very expensive. Sometimes pest damage costs less than method of control.
            Finally, understanding the ecology of the area will help in a pest control. Natural enemies can be used to control pests. In other word, it can be said that an integrated pest management (i.e. an ecological approach that can significantly reduce or eliminate that use of pesticides) is safer and more effective to be used as a solution to deal with pests in agriculture.
 
1.      What is the purpose of the text?
A.   To inform the readers about effect of pesticides.
B.   To persuade the readers that integrated pest management is the case.
C.   To describe how pesticides are commonly used.
D.   To explain how the integrated pest management works.
E.   To tell the readers what the integrated pest management is.

2.      The topic of the text is...
A.   Different management operations
B.   The chemical in the pesticides.
C.   The best way to deal with pest in the agriculture.
D.   Residues in the environment.
E.   Understanding the ecology of the area.

3.      “To wipe out agricultural pest completely may be very expensive”.
The phrase ‘wipe out’ has the same meaning as…..
A.   Eliminate
B.   Overcome
C.   Maintain
D.   Examine
E.   Keep

4.      The text above is in the form of a/an…
A.   Report
B.   News item
C.   Narrative
D.   Analytical exposition
E.   Descriptive

5.      What is the generic structure of the text?
A.    Identification>Description
B.     Newsworthy events>Background events>Sources
C.     Orientation>events>re-orientation
D.    General classification>description
E.     Thesis>Argument>Reiteration

Text 2 is for questions no. 6 to 9.
The polar bear is a very big white bear. We call it the polar bear because it lives inside the Arctic Circle near the North Pole. There are no polar bear at the South Pole.
The polar bears live in the North Pole. There is only snow, ice and water. There is not any land.
These bears are three meters long and weight 450 kilos. They can stand up on their back legs because they have very wide feet. They can use their front legs like arms. The polar bears can swim very well. They can swim 120 kilometers out into the water. They catch fish and sea animals for food. They go into the sea when they are afraid.
People like to kill the polar bears for their beautiful white coats. The government of Canada, The United States, and Russia say that no one can kill polar bears now. They do not want all of these beautiful animals to die.

6.       What does the passage mainly discus?
A.    A brief description of polar bears
B.      The size of polar bear
C.     Where polar bears live
D.    The habitats of polar bears.
E.     Why people hunt polar bears

7.      What is the main idea of the last paragraph?
  1. There are no polar bears at the South Pole
  2. Polar bears are hunted because of the beautiful white coats.
  3. Polar bears are very big animals
  4. The polar bears are tame animals
  5. Polar bears live at the North Pole

8.      Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE about a polar bear?
  1. A polar bear weighs 450 kilos
  2. A polar bear is three meters long
  3. A polar bear catches fish for food
  4. A polar bear goes into the sea when it is angry
  5. A polar bear can swim 120 kilometers out into the water

9.      What is the generic structure of the text?
A.    Newsworthy events>Background events>Sources
B.       Orientation>events>re-orientation
C.     General classification>description
D.    Thesis>Argument>Reiteration
E.     Identification>Description

Text 3 is for questions no. 10 to 12.
In Australia there are three levels of governments, the federal government, state government, local government. All of these governments are necessary. This is so far a number of reasons.
First, the federal government is necessary for the big things. They keep the economy in order and look after things like defense.
Similarly, the state governments look after the middle size things. For example they look after law and order, preventing things vandalism in schools.
Finally, local governments look after the small things. They look after things like collecting rubbish; otherwise everyone would have diseases.
Thus, for the reason above, we can conclude that the three levels of governments are necessary   
10.  “They look after things like collecting rubbish,” the word they refer to……..
A.    federal governments
B.     state governments
C.     local governments
D.    three governments
E.     Australian governments

11.  “They look after things like collecting rubbish,” the synonym of the underlined word is…………..
A.    take care
B.     run after
C.     look at
D.    look for
E.     careless

12.  What is the synonym of the word state?
A.    Demand
B.     Desire
C.     Declare
D.    Decide
E.     Entire

Text 4 is for questions no. 13 to 17.
JAKARTA: Seven people were killed in a collision between a bus, a car and a truck on Dipenogoro Street at 10:35 p.m. last night. The dead were all the passengers of the car. The police believed the car had been trying to overtake the bus when it was struck by a truck coming from the opposite direction. The driver of the car might not be using his lights, as the truck driver said he did not see the car approaching. 
The police said the car should not have tried to pass the bus, since overtaking is not allowed on Dipenogoro Street. In addition, the police report that the car, a small Japanese car, should not have been carrying more than five people. If the passengers had brought their identity cards, the police would have identified the names of the victim easily.

13.  The text mainly reports that there was/were…
A.      A car accident.
B.      Careless driver.
C.      A small Japanese car.
D.      Victim of an accident.
E.       The function of an identity card. 

14.   What was the cause of the collision?
A.      The truck came from the opposite direction
B.      The car carried more than five people
C.      The truck driver didn’t use his lights
D.      The truck driver didn’t see the car
E.       The car tried to overtake the bus

15.  “If the passengers had brought their identity cards, the police would have been easy to identify the names of the victims.” (The last sentence)
The sentence above means…
A.      The victims were easy to be identify
B.      The passengers brought their identity cards
C.      The victims’ names were not known
D.      The police had no difficulty in identifying the victim.
E.       It was easy for the police to identify the victims of the accidents

16.  Seven people were killed in a collision between a bus…(paragraph 1 line 2)
What is the synonym of the underlined word?
A.      Sufferer
B.      Crash
C.      Recognize
D.      Scene
E.       Feeble

17.  What is the generic structure of the text?
A.    Orientation>events>re-orientation
B.     General classification>description
C.     Thesis>Argument>Reiteration
D.    Identification>Description
E.     Newsworthy events>Background events>Sources

Text 5 is for questions no. 18 to 20.
         The Sumatran elephant’s habitat is in Sumatra, Indonesia. The average male elephant reaches eight feet high and weighs up to six tons. A baby elephant can weigh up to one ton. The males are always larger than the females. They are massive creatures.
         Elephants have a trunk, two tusks, two eyes, two ears and two lumps on their head. They are known to be clever animals. When an elephant is hot, they fan themselves by flapping their ears back and forth. When an elephant herd wants to move they use their ears as a guide. Their hearing range is very large. Elephants hear some noises that cannot be heard by a human ear.
         Sumatran elephants have enough strength to knock down a tree. They can also pick up a log using just their trunk and their tusks. Their trunk is their nose. They also use it like a hand. Just below their trunk they have their tusks. Only male Sumatran elephants have tusks. A baby elephants is called a calf; the females are called cows.

18.  How do elephants guide each other to move in a direction?
A.    They use their ears as a guide
B.     They use their head as a guide
C.     They use their tusks as a guide
D.    They use their trunk as a guide
E.     They use their nose as a guide

19.  What are the uses of an elephant’s trunk?
A.    can be used as eyes and head
B.     can be used as a nose and hand
C.     can be used as legs and tail
D.    can be used as a trunk and tusks
E.     can be used as ears and hand

20.  What do elephants use to pick up a log?
  1. they use their eyes and head
  2. they use their nose and hand
  3. they use their legs and tail
  4. they use their trunk and tusks
  5. they use their ears and hand

Text 6 is for questions no. 21 to 26.
Do you know if you are too fat, you may have serious problems with your health? A group of doctors wrote a report about some of the effects of too much fat.
            One important effect is on the heart. If you are fat, your heart has to work harder. This may lead to other heart problem.
In addition, extra fat can also change the amount of sugar in your blood. This can cause serious disease such as diabetes.
Furthermore high blood pressure is another possible result of being fat.
More studies are needed about all these problems but one thing is clear, extra fat may make your life shorter 

21.  What is the best title for the text above?
A.    Being fat is serious problem
B.     Doctor’s report about the effects of too much fat
C.     Extra fat changes the amount of sugar in your blood
D.    Too much fat cause serious disease such as diabetes
E.     Studies about serious problem

22.  What is the communicative purpose of the text above?
A.    To persuade the reader or listener that something is the case
B.     To persuade the reader or listener that something should or should not be the case
C.     To describe a particular disease
D.    To entertain and deal with actual and vicarious experience in different ways
E.     To retell an event for the purpose of informing or entertaining 

23.  The last paragraph of the text above is………
A.    Recommendation
B.     Reiteration
C.     Reorientation
D.    Orientation
E.     Argument

24.   What is the effect on your blood if you are too fat?
A.    Make your life shorter
B.     Low blood pressure
C.     High blood pressure
D.    Heart attack
E.     Serious disease

25.  The conclusion of all the facts is that extra fat can reduce your…
A.    Heart
B.     Age
C.     Blood
D.    Health

26.  What is the generic structure of the text?
  1. Orientation>events>re-orientation
  2. General classification>description
  3. Thesis>Argument>Reiteration
  4. Identification>Description
  5. Newsworthy events>Background events>Sources

27.   Arsa ………..the hand phone when Mr. Pramono ……………the lesson last week.
What is the best tense to fill in the blanks?
A.   Explained – played
B.   was explained – played
C.   Was explaining – played
D.   Played – was explaining
E.   Explained – was playing

28.  We……..a wedding party when it …… to rain yesterday.
What is the best tense to fill in the blanks?
A.   Had attended - came
B.   Has attendant - went
C.   Is attending - finished
D.   Have attended - started
E.   Were attending - began

29.  We ……to our neighbors when we ….. a plane flying on the sky
What is the best tense to fill in the blanks?
A.    was watching - saw
  1. got -  were playing 
  2. were talking - was
  3. were visiting - saw
  4. rode - were doing 

30.  My brother ……… me money when I ….. my homework last night.
What is the best tense to fill in the blanks?
A.   Gave  – was doing
B.   Was giving – did
C.   stole – was doing
D.   was asking – did
E.   Was counting – did

31.  Peter …….at me as he ………
A.   Was looking – spoke
B.   Looked – was speaking
C.   Was speaking – looked
D.   Looked – spoke
E.   Was looking – was speaking

32.  I ……a sound. Perhaps my elder brother ……..in his sleep last night
A.   Saw – was sleeping
B.   Was sleeping – heard
C.   Was – was hearing
D.   Heard – was talking
E.   Was hearing – talked

33.  Kahfi and Harun …….. about film when Mr. Mukti ……. the class room
What is the best tense to fill in the blanks?
A.   Was entering – talked
B.   Was talking - entered
C.   Talked – was entering
D.   Were taking – entered
E.   Were talking – entered

34.  When the ambulance …………..the patient …………..soundly last night.
What is the best tense to fill in the blanks?
A.   Arrived – was sleeping
B.   Was arriving – was sleeping
C.   Was arriving – slept
D.   Slept – was arriving
E.   Was sleeping – arrived

35.  The children ………….swimming on the beach when we……….in holiday in Bali last month
What is the best tense to fill in the blanks?
A.   Go – are
B.   Played- were going
C.   Went – were
D.   Were going – were
E.   Were – were

36.  I got a phone call  from my house when I was working in the office
What is the best question for the underlined word?
A.   What were you getting from your house when I was working in the office?
B.   What did you get from your house when you were working in the office?
C.   Where did you get from your house when I was working in the office?
D.   How was I getting from your house when I was working in the office?
E.   When did you get a house when you were working in the office?

37.  We were discussing the lesson at five o’clock yesterday afternoon
What is the best question for the underlined word?
A.   Who were discussing the lesson at five o’clock yesterday afternoon?
B.   When were we discussing the lesson yesterday evening?
C.   What did we discuss yesterday afternoon?
D.   What time were we discussing the lesson yesterday afternoon?
E.   What time were we discussing the lesson yesterday afternoon?

38.  Jack was drawing in his room when you phoned him yesterday morning
What is the best question for the underlined word?
A.   What was Jack doing in his room when you phoned him yesterday morning? 
B.   What did Jack do in his room when you phoned him yesterday morning?
C.   What was Jack drawing in his room when you phoned him yesterday morning?
D.   What did you do when Jack was drawing in his room?
E.   What were you doing when Jack drew in his room?

39.  My uncle was planting flowers when I visited his house last week
What is the best negative sentence of the sentence above?
A.   I didn’t visit his house when my uncle was planting flowers last week
B.   He didn’t planting flowers when you were visiting his house last week
C.   He was not planting flowers when I visited his house last week.
D.   He wasn’t not planting flowers when you visited his house last week
E.   He doesn’t planting flowers when you visited his house last week

40.  They called Harry when he was playing football yesterday.
What is the interrogative sentence of the sentence above?
A.   Does he call them when you were playing football yesterday?
B.   They didn’t called Harry when he was playing football?
C.   Harry wasn’t playing football when They called him
D.   Did they called Harry when he was playing football yesterday.
E.   Did they call Harry when he was playing football yesterday?































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