Kamis, 24 Mei 2012

UKK Semester 2


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Text Box: Petunjuk  :
1. Berdo’alah sebelum mengerjakan soal.
2.   Tulislah terlebih dahulu kode Nomor Naskah / Tes, Nomor Urut Peserta, Nama dan Kelas pada kotak digit di lembar jawaban yang tersedia serta hitamkanlah pada bulatan yang sesuai dengan kode yang ditulis pada kotak digit.
3. Jawaban hanya ditulis pada lembar jawaban.
4. Tidak dibenarkan mencoret-coret atau menuliskan sesuatu pada lembar soal ini.
5. Pilihlah dan hitamkanlah salah satu jawaban yang dianggap benar dengan mempergunakan pensil 2B.
6. Tidak dibenarkan menjawab lebih dari satu jawaban.
7. Setelah selesai kumpulkan lembar soal beserta jawaban kepada pengawas.
8. Bacalah masing-masing petunjuk soal dengan seksama.


I.       Pilihlah salah satu jawaban yang benar !

Text 1
This text is for question no. 1 to 6

My Pet
            I have a pet. It is a dog and I call it Brownie.
            Brownie is a Chinese breed. It is small, fluffy, and cute. It has got thick brown fur. When I cuddle it, the fur feels soft. Brownie does not like bones. Every day it eats soft food like steamed rice, fish or bread. Every morning I give her milk and bread. When I am at school, Brownie plays with my cat. They get along well, and never fight maybe because Brownies does not bark a lot. It treats the other animals in our house gently, and it never eats shoes. Brownie is really a sweet and friendly animal.

1.      What is the main idea of the paragraph 2?
  1. Brownie, my pet dog, is a Chinese breed.
  2. My Chinese breed dog only eats soft food.
  3. A Chinese breed dog does not bark a lot.
  4. Brownie which is a Chinese breed is a sweet and friendly animal.
  5. Brownie cannot get along with other animals because he seldom      barks.

2.      Brownie is a Chinese breed, it is small, fluffy, and cute."
      The underlined word means....
  1. thin                               
  2. soft                               
  3. hard
  4. thick
  5. awkward      

3.      What type of text is used by the writer?   
  1. Report                                      
  2. Recount                        
  3. Narrative
  4. News item
  5. Descriptive

4.      What does Brownies eat?
a.       bones
b.      fish
c.       chicken
d.      banana
e.       fruit

5.      What does Brownies do when the writer is at school?
a.       It accompanies the writer at school
b.      It plays in the neighbor house
c.       It cleans all the house
d.      It plays with another writer’s pet
e.       It barks in the yard.

6.      What is the generic structure of the text?
a.       Identification > description
b.      General classification > Description
c.       Orientation > Evaluation > Complication > Resolution > Re-Orientation.
d.      Goal > Material > Steps
e.       Newsworthy > Background Events > Sources

Text 2
This text is for question no. 7 to 11

Whales are the largest animals on the earth. Bigger than elephants, they may grow 95 feet long, and weigh 150 tons. A baby blue whale, just born, can be 23 feet long and weigh 3 tons.
Although whales live in the oceans and swim like fish, they are not fish. They are mammals, like cows and elephants. Unlike fish they bear young alive, not as eggs. Their babies live on their mother’s milk. They breathe through their lungs and hold their breath when they go under water. If they cannot come to the surface to breathe fresh air, they will drown. They are warm blooded. Fish, however, lay eggs, breathe oxygen in the water, and are cold-blooded.
Whales life in all-the ocean, in the winter some of them go to warm waters to breed and in the summer most of them go to cold waters to feed. There are to kinds of whales, whales with teeth (tooted whales) and whales without teeth (baleen whales). The toothed whales eat fish and squid, which they can catch with their teeth, although they swallow their food without chewing it. The baleen whales eat plankton (small sea animals and plants). When they find plankton, they open their mouth and swallow the plankton.
Whales have few enemies. Only human and killer whale attack whales. And whales do not seem to fight among themselves. They usually live from 20 to 30 years.
7.      What is the main idea of the second paragraph?
a.         Whales are the largest animals on the earth.
b.         There are two kinds of whales.
c.         Whales are mammals.
d.        Whales have few enemies.
e.         Fish lay eggs, breathe oxygen in the water

8.      Whales occasionally live in warm waters…
a.         To get more foods
b.         For production
c.         For fresh air
d.        To avoid winter
e.         To feed their babies

9.      From the text we may conclude…
a.         a whale can eat both squid and plankton
b.         tooted whales chew their food before swallowing it
c.         the two types of whales live in different waters.
d.        Baleen whales swallow the water containing plankton
e.         Each type of whale eat specific in of food

10.  What is the poster about?
a.         Oklahoma opera
b.         Memorable songs.
c.         Music theatre.
d.        Spastic children’s Association.
e.         A musical show for raising funds.

11.  “The ‘Premiere’ show will be held at Hilton International Singapore”
The word ‘premiere’ means…
a.         first performance of a show
b.         dinner performance of a show
c.         show at the theatre
d.        charity performance
e.         prime time show
Text 3
This text is for question no. 12 to 15

For many years people believed that the cleverest animals after man were the chimpanzees. Now, however, there is proof that dolphins may be even cleverer than these big apes.
Although a dolphin lives in the sea it is not a fish. It is a mammal. It is in many ways, therefore, like a human being.
Dolphins have a simple language. They are able to talk to one another. It may be possible for man to learn how to talk to dolphins. But this will not be easy because dolphins cannot hear the kind of sounds man can make. If man wants to talk to dolphins, therefore, he will have to make a third language which both he and the dolphins can understand.
Dolphins are also very friendly toward man. They often follow ships. There are many stories about dolphins guiding ships through difficult and dangerous waters.

12.  The text above is in the form of....
  1. spoof  
  2. procedure
  3. report              
  4. narration
  5. recount
13.  The fourth paragraph tells us....
  1. how dolphins help man
  2. how genius the dolphins are
  3. how friendly man to dolphins
  4. how diligent the dolphins are
  5. how difficult the problems faced by dolphins

14.  The text tells about....
  1. fish                             
  2. big apes
  3. dolphins                                 
  4. chimpanzees
  5. mammals

15.  What is the generic structure of the text?
a.       Identification > description
b.      General classification > Description
c.       Orientation > Evaluation > Complication > Resolution > Re-Orientation.
d.      Goal > Material > Steps
e.       Newsworthy > Background Events > Sources
Text 4
This text is for question no. 16 to 17

Tornado Wreaks Havoc in Semarang

Residents assess the damage after a tornado damages 150 houses in the district of Tembalag in Semarang, Central Java late on Saturday afternoon.
Three people were injured and at least five of the houses in the Sendangguwo and Tandang neighborhoods were destroyed, while many others were seriously damaged as the tornado ripped off their roofs. Thoirin   Jayeng, 40, a resident whose house was leveled at the Sendang Asri housing complex, said the winds hit about 4 p.m.
“I saw this black wind coming and becoming pointed into a funnel. It suddenly approached and hit my house,” he said.
Tohirin’s wife, two children and mother-in law were in the kitchen at the time when the tornado known locally as “Ulur-ulur” passed over their home, destroying the guest and bedrooms.
“It was as if the wind had lifted my home up,” Thoirin said.
The disaster also destroyed the walls of four neighboring houses.
Many other homes in the area lost their roofs and residents and neighbors had started rebuilding on Sunday.
Tembalang district head Dayat said the tornado also damaged a small mosque and felled power lines and about 50 trees. His office was still collecting data on the damage, he said.
Villagers said the tornado was the worst to hit the district in living memory.
Semarang Mayor Sukawi Sutarip and his wife, Sinto Sukawi, visited the scene on Sunday, accompanied by senior officials.
“We will provide the victims with assistance immediately,” the mayoral spokesman Achyani said.
Taken from The Jakarta Post, December 20, 2004

16.  How many houses were destroyed by the tornado in the Sendangguwo and Tandang neighborhoods?
a.       less than five houses
b.      more than ten houses
c.       five houses or more
d.      exactly five houses
e.       three houses
17.  Which parts of Tohirin’s house were destroyed?
a.       the kitchen and guestroom
b.      the guest rooms and the bathroom
c.       the bedrooms and the kitchen
d.      the guest and bedrooms
e.       the living room and the bedrooms

Text 5
This text is for question no. 18 to 20
Mangrove Trees
            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 tress 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 more 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 a 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.

18.  What is a mangrove tree ?
a.       It is dessert tree or vegetation of the genus Zoroaster
b.      It is a mountain tree or plant of the genus polychaeta
c.       It is a jungle tree or vegetation of the genus ancylostoma
d.      It is a sea tree or plant of the genus pseudoselomata
e.       It is a tropical maritime tree or shrub of the genus rhyzophora.

19.  Why do mangroves need to be firmly attached to the ground? So…
  1. They will move by waves to another area
  2. They are not moved by waves
  3. It is easier to catch their prey
  4. They can fly like bird
  5. They were drifting along with the current.

20.  What is the generic structure of the text?
  1. Newsworthy events > background events > sources
  2. Identification > description
  3. Orientation > event > re-orientation
  4. Orientation > evaluation > complication > resolution > re-orientation
  5. General classification > description

Text 6
This text is for question no. 21 to 22

A Visit to a Wildlife Park
               I recently visited Sydney with my parents. We visited many interesting places. The one I enjoyed best was the Wildlife Park.
               The Wildlife Park has a lot different Australian animals and birds. There are over 600 animals, including kangaroos, wallabies, koala and crocodiles. They are kept in their natural surroundings. I much preferred the Wildlife Park to a zoo where a lot of animals are in cages.
               We were able to walk along the kangaroos and wallabies. We were even allowed to touch them and to feed them. It was very exciting to be very so close to them
We saw koala bears. They looked very cuddly. I got my photograph taken with one of them. It is a wonderful souvenir of my holiday in Sydney.
               We also went to see the crocodiles. The Wildlife Park has a lot of fresh-, water and salt-water crocodiles. Some of them were very big and scary with, huge teeth. I did not get very close to them.
               We also visited the aviary. There were some very colorful birds there. I really liked an old parrot which could talk.
               I wish we could have spent more time in the Wildlife Park. There was so much to see.

21.  What is the main idea of paragraph 2?
  1. The wild life park has a lot a fresh water and salt water crocodiles
  2. We were able to walk along the kangaroos, and wallabies
  3. I much preferred the wildlife park to a zoo
  4. the wild life park has a lot different Australian animals and birds
  5. I recent visited sonly with my parents

22.  What is the communicative purpose of the text?
  1. to amuse, entertain and to deal with actual or vicarious experience
  2. to tell the readers what happened in the past
  3. to persuade the readers that something a case
  4. to describe a particular place or thing
  5. to share with others an account of on unusual or amusing incidents

Text 7
This text is for question no. 23 to 24

On the banks of the Chao Phraya, Bangkok's "River of Kings", lies a hotel that has already set new standards of hospitality for this celebrated city.
Set in magnificently landscaped tropical gardens, the Shangri-La Bangkok provides guests with all the charm and warmth of the Orient and, at the same time, an unsurpassed range of facilities and leisure activities.
There is a choice of 12 superb settings in which to wine and dine, a large free-form swimming pool that overlooks the river, convention and meeting facilities for up to 2.000 people and a 24-hour business center.
And, from every single guestroom and suite, there is a breathtaking view of all the exotic hustle and bustle of the fabled "River of Kings".
One might expect such a well-equipped and positioned hotel to be miles away from the city center but, at the Shangri-La Bangkok, the business district and main shopping areas are mere minutes away.
For more than 200 years, Bangkok's grandeur has been reflected in the waters of the Chao Phraya. Today, the Shangri-La Bangkok towers beside this majestic river, offers its guests the golden promise of the East.

23.  The text mainly focuses on ….
a.       Bangkok’s grandeur
b.      Shangri – La Bangkok
c.       Bangkok’s “River Kings”
d.      The water of the Chao Praya
e.       The majestic river in Bangkok

24.  Which statement is TRUE?
a.       The convention and the meeting facilities can occupy more than 2.000 people
b.      Shangri – La Bangkok is set exclusively
c.       Shangri – La Bangkok is for from business area
d.      The large swimming pool overlooks the mountainous area
e.       The tower beside the majestic river offers its guests the silver promise of the east.

Text 8
This text is for question no. 25 to 27

            A Kangaroo is a marsupial from the family Marcopodidae (marcopods, meaning ‘large foot’). In common use the term is used to describe the largest species from this family, the Red Kangaroo, the Antilopine Kangaroo, and the eastern and Western Grey Kangaroo of the Macropus genus.
            The Kangaroo is an Australia icon: it is featured on the Australian coat of arms, on some of its currency, and is used by many Australian organizations, including Qantas.
            Kangaroo soon became adopted into Standard English where it has come to mean any member of the family of kangaroos and wallabies. Male kangaroos are called bucks, boomers, jacks, or old men; females are does, flyers, or jills, and the young ones are joeys. The collective noun for kangaroos is a mob, troop, or court. Kangaroos are sometimes colloquially referred to as roos.
            Kangaroos have large, powerful hind legs, large feet adapted for leaping, along muscular tail for balance, and a small head. Like all marsupials, female kangaroos have a pouch called a marcupium in which joeys complete postnatal development.
            Because of its long feet, it cannot walk correctly. To move at slow speeds, it used its tail to form a tripod with its two forelimbs. It then raises its hind feet forward, in a form of locomotion called “crawl-walking.”

25.  The following are about the kangaroo, EXCEPT…
a.       Male kangaroos have punch called marsopium
b.      The kangaroo has large, powerful hind legs
c.       The kangaroo can not walk correctly
d.      The kangaroo is an Australian icon
e.       Kangaroo is a marsupial
26.  To move at slow speeds, kangaroos…
a.       Form a tripod
b.      Use its tail
c.       Use its pouch
d.      Use its hind feet
e.       Use its two forelimb

27.  The young Kangaroo is…
a.       Jill                   
b.      Jack
c.       Buck               
d.      Boomer
e.       Joey

Text 9
This text is for question 28 to 30

Fire Rages across Four Australian States

MELBOURNE, Jan 22 (UPI) - Fire authorities in Australian States are to control bushfires fanned by strong winds and searing temperatures.
            The Australian authorities reported Sunday that blazes continue to burn in South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia, and Victoria, where up to six homes have been destroyed. In South Australia, much of Adelaide is engulfed in thick smoke. The firefighters who are confronted by blast-furnace winds try to bring the flames under control.
            At Roberstown in the state’s mid-north, more than 2,500 acres have already burned. Another bushfire, started by lighting, charred the earth near Mounth Flat on the southern side of Kangaroo Island, while Ngarkat Conservation Park, in the state’s upper-southeast, is also a blaze.
            A 7,500-acre fire at Mounth Agnew in Zeehan, in the state’s west, broke containment lines Saturday afternoon, jumping a road and coming close to homes.
The most serious fires were in Victoria, where up to six homes were destroyed by the fire near to town of Anakie, 36 miles west of Melbourne.
            In Tasmania, falling temperatures and patchy rain brought some relief to firefighters, who continued to monitor 22 blazes across the state.

28.  The fires increasingly happened in some parts of Australia because of…
a.       Falling temperatures
b.      Strong winds and searing temperatures.
c.       Thick smoke
d.      Heavy rain
e.       Lightning

29.  The reporter most likely got the information from…
a.       Fire fighters
b.      Visitors
c.       Tourists
d.      Commuters
e.       Homeless people

30.  “ …………while Ngarkat Conservation Park, in the state’s upper-southeast, is also a blaze (paragraph 3)
What do the underline words mean?
a.       Dangerous
b.      Covered
c.       Isolated
d.      On fire
e.       At risk

31.  The accident took place in Kemang Pratama Street Yesterday.
The right expression that correspondent to the underlined words is…
  1. for the time being
  2. for good
  3. occurred
  4. look up
  5. doubt

32.  We don’t want to count on you because we can do anything by ourselves.
The right expression that correspondent to the underlined words is…
a.          for good
b.      alternated
c.          depend on someone
d.       take place
e.           took out

33.  I will give you time to consider my offer until tomorrow evening.
The right expression that correspondent to the underlined words is…
a.        in charge of
b.       interesting
c.       took out
d.       get along
e.       think over

34.  I always put my books away after I read them, it means….
  1. I escape from home
  2. I burn them to the ground
  3. I wait on them
  4. I set them aside
  5. I take after them

35.   Eris likes to shop very much, she resembles her mother.
The right expression that correspondent to the underlined words is…
  1. takes after
  2. looks after
  3. takes out
  4. look out
  5. takes care

SMA PB. Soedirman

            SMA PB Soedirman is the Islamic school which has a regional reputation for education, professional teachers and teaching Islamic religion. It is one of the branch of the Mosque Foundation PB Soedirman  Cijantung.
            SMA I PB Soedirman is located in south of Bekasi, situated in Galaxi, Taman Soka 2. The road to SMA PB Soedirman is easy because it has third floors building so you can see it clearly from the road.
       SMA PB. Soedirman is big enough school, with eighteen classes, including auditorium building. Now there are new language laboratory and good big enough library in the second floor on the east of the building. . There is a basket field in front of the building for the students to play. The students are really enjoy to study with a moving system class so they can see new situation in each class.
There are so many houses in front of and behind of the building and a big mosque called Jannatul Firdaus. So it face the problem because it can not make the land wider and there is no space left for the students to park their vehicle. If you are hungry or thirsty you can find the food in the school canteen behind the building, It’s really long canteen so don’t worry, you can find so many food there.
This school places particular importance on the quality of its teaching and learning programs.

36.  Where is the location of SMA PB Soedirman?
37.  It is stated that SMA PB. Suedirman Bekasi has relationship with….
38.  What is the problem that SMA PB Soedirman face?
39.  What are new facilities in SMA PB Soedirman now?
40.  How is the canteen in SMA PB Soedirman?

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