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1 T R Y O U T UJIAN NASIONAL SMP/MTs Tahun Pelajaran 2014/2015 Bidang Studi: bahasa inggris Petunjuk Umum 1. Periksalah Naskah Soal yang Anda terima sebelum mengerjakan soal yang meliputi: a. Kelengkapan jumlah halaman dan urutannya. b. Kelengkapan dan urutan nomor soal. 2. Laporkan kepada pengawas ujian apabila terdapat lembar soal, nomor soal yang tidak lengkap atau tidak urut, serta LJUN yang rusak atau robek untuk mendapat gantinya. 3. Hitamkan bulatan di depan Nama Mata Ujian pada LJUN. 4. Isilah pada LJUN Anda dengan: a. Nama Peserta pada kotak yang disediakan, lalu hitamkan bulatan di bawahnya sesuai dengan huruf di atasnya. b. Nomor Paket Soal, Nomor Peserta, dan Tanggal Lahir pada kolom yang disediakan, lalu hitamkan bulatan di bawahnya sesuai huruf/angka di atasnya. c. Nama Sekolah, Tanggal Ujian, dan bubuhkan Tanda Tangan Anda pada kotak yang disediakan. 5. Tersedia waktu 120 menit untuk mengerjakan Naskah Soal tersebut. 6. Jumlah soal sebanyak 40 butir, pada setiap butir soal terdapat 4 (empat) pilihan jawaban. 7. Mintalah kertas buram kepada pengawas ujian jika diperlukan. 8. Tidak diizinkan menggunakan kalkulator, HP, tabel matematika, atau alat bantu hitung lainnya. 9. Periksalah pekerjaan Anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujian. 10. Lembar soal boleh dicorat-coret, sedangkan LJUN tidak boleh dicorat-coret. Hak cipta 2015 Penerbit Erlangga Nama Penulis: Tim Editor Dilarang keras mengutip, menjiplak, memfotokopi sebagian atau seluruh isi buku ini serta memperjualbelikannya tanpa izin dari Penerbit Erlangga. Hak Cipta dilindungi oleh undang-undang

2 The following notice is for question You may find the notice above in a.... A. mall B. market C. hospital D. book store Read the text and answer questions 2 and 3. Congratulations on your graduation, my little sister. You deserve it after all sweat you made by studying hard. Hope you will be accepted in a good school as you wish. Big hug, Leona 2. What is the purpose of the text above? A. inform Leona s sister that she was accepted in a good school B. congratulate Leona s sister on her graduation C. show Leona s happiness over her graduation D. encourage Leona s sister to study harder 3. From the text, we know that Leona s little sister is a.... girl. A. lazy B. tough C. creative D. cheerful Read the text and answer questions 4 to 6. Dear Aldo, How was your Lebaran vacation? I hope you got a great experience. My family and I spent the vacation in Kudus, Central Java. We did a lot of things there. First, early in the morning, Mom and I hiked to a waterfall. Meanwhile, Daddy, my brother and sister chose to stay in the hotel. We walked uphill for about a kilometer. Then, we found 2 Try Out Ujian Nasional SMP/MTs Tahun Pelajaran 2014/2015

3 this beautiful waterfall called Montel. It is high, but not so large. I think it s just like the Lembah Anai waterfall in your city you sent me the picture several months ago. Mom and I enjoyed the waterfall very much. The water was cool and fresh. At about nine, we went back to the hotel. Then, we all visited the Patiayam Fossils House. There, we saw the fossils of StegodonTrigonocephalus, sharks, turtles, seashells, goats and many others. I don t like the place, it s so hot. But Ivan enjoyed it very much. He asked a lot of questions to the guide. On our way home, we visited Menara Kudus Mosque. It is an ancient mosque in Kudus. Well, tell me about your vacation. Where did you go? What did you do there? Cheers, Reyhan 4. Who went to Patiayam Fossils House? A. Reyhan and Ivan. B. Reyhan and his father. C. Reyhan and his family. D. Reyhan and his mother. 5. How many places of interests did Reyhan visit? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four 6. It is an ancient mosque in Kudus. (Paragraph 4) The underlined word means.... A. dear B. large C. olden D. beautiful Read the text and answer questions 7 and 8. To: PencakSilat Club Members There will be no pencaksilatpractice this week because Mr. Imam is still having a competition in Medan. The pencaksilatpractice will start again next week. 7. The message talks about... of a program. A. invitation B. promotion C. calculation D. cancellation Bahasa Inggris 3

4 8. From the text, we can conclude that Mr. Imam is probably a.... A. coach C. student B. owner D. principal Read the text and answer questions 9 to The text... a restaurant called Ikan Bakar Jimbaran. A. discusses C. describes B. promotes D. argues 10. The traditional Balinese dance is performed... a week. A. once C. three times B. twice D. four times 11. The location of the restaurant is.... A. in Bali C. near Jimbaran B. in Jakarta D. near Jakarta Read the text and answer questions 12 and From the text, we know that the feeding demonstration.... A. is open from Sunday to Saturday C. has ever been conducted before B. is a new program in the zoo D. takes place in the morning 4 Try Out Ujian Nasional SMP/MTs Tahun Pelajaran 2014/2015

5 13. What activity is going to be done during the feedings? A. A new educational presentation. B. Historical review about lions. C. Animal trainings. D. Bird watching. Read the text and answer questions 14 and 15. To : Studens' Parents Global Nature School Jl. Bukit Kencana No. 1 Semarang You are invited to attend the talent show and exhibition of grade VII students. Date and Day : Sunday, October 20 th 2013 Place : Java Super Mall, 3 rd floor Time : 10:00 16:00 Agenda : Music Show Drama Choir Exhibition (painting, clay, photos and crafts) Be there and enjoy the interesting activities with family. Principal Priyo Utomo 14. How many exhibitions will the parents enjoy during the event? A. 2. C. 4. B. 3. D What is the purpose of the text? A. To ask the parents to come to the event. B. To allow the parents to be at Java Super Mall. C. To inform the parents about their children s talent. D. To make the parents understand about the agenda. Read the text and answer questions 16 and 17. Flight Schedule Airline Route Day Flight Dep. Airr. Airfare Thai Airlines Chiang Mai Luang Prabang 2, 3, 5, 7 QV :05 16:05 5,090 THB Luang Prabang Chiang Mai 2, 3, 5, 7 QV :10 14:10 5,090 THB Bangkok Airlines Chiang Mai Koh Samui Check schedule PG 242 PG 242 9:55 14:05 11:40 15:50 Phuket Airlines Chiang Mai Puket Daily TG :35 14:30 5,090 THB **cheapest class** 3,590 THB **cheapest class** Bahasa Inggris 5

6 16. The fare of the flight from Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang is... the flight from Luang Prabang to Chiang Mai. A. similar to B. cheaper than C. different from D. more expensive than 17. The flight from Luang Prabang to Chiang Mai is not available on.... A. Sunday, Monday and Saturday B. Monday, Tuesday and Saturday C. Monday, Thursday and Saturday D. Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday Read the text and answer questions 18 to 21. How to Make Cendol Ingredients: 125 gr of rice flour 50 gr of sago flour 75 cc of pandan leaves water 450 cc of water 200 gr of palm sugar 500 cc of coconut oil 1 can of jackfruit, cut into small bite-sized pieces Salt as needed Ice cubes Steps: 1. Boil 125 cc with palm sugar until it dissolves. Set aside to cool. 2. Boil the coconut milk, then set aside. 3. Mix rice flour and sago flour, then mix with some water. 4. Boil the rest of the water, add green pandan leaves water and salt. 5. Put the flour mixture into the boiled water. 6. Stir well and cook it until it thickens. 7. Drain with special cendolstrainer. 8. Put cendol into a bowl with water and ice in it to make it solid, then drain it again and set aside. How to serve: Put some cendolinto a glass, pour some palm sugar syrup and coconut milk. Add shaved ice and jackfruits. 18. We should... the pandan leaves before using them. A. blend B. boil C. cut D. fry 6 Try Out Ujian Nasional SMP/MTs Tahun Pelajaran 2014/2015

7 19. What is the function of the special cendol strainer? A. To mold the form of cendol. B. To drain the cendol. C. To keep the cendol. D. To serve the cendol and cook until it thickens. (Step 6) The underlined word refers to.... A. boiled water B. flour mixture C. cendolstrainer D. pandan leaves water and ice in it to make it solid... (Step 8) The underlined word has similar meaning with.... A. thin B. soft C. elongated D. compact Read the text and answer questions 22 to 25. Visiting Penyengat Island Last September, I got a great chance to visit Penyengat Island. I went there with four friends from Jakarta. Penyengat Island is a small island near Tanjung Pinang, Kepulauan Riau. From Tanjung Pinang, we took a small machined boat, called pompong. We just had to pay six thousand rupiahs for each of us. The journey by pompongto reach Penyengat was short. It only took about fifteen minutes. A bemo, a traditional transportation in Penyengat, took us around this very small island. Penyengat Island was very popular for Raja Ali Haji, a national hero of Indonesian language, who was born and died here. So, our first destination was Raja Ali Haji s tomb complex. In this complex, we found GurindamDuaBelas crafted on the wall of his tomb. Our next stop was the ruins of Penyengat Palace, the traditional house of Penyengat, and the last stop was the old mosque of Penyengat. This mosque was built in 1803 and it was said that people used eggs to build this beautiful mosque. Inside the mosque, we saw many ancient things, such as an old handwritten Qur an and furniture. 22. What does the second paragraph tell us about? A. The beauty of Penyengat Island. B. The location of Penyengat Island. C. The transportation in Penyengat Island. D. The facilities available at Penyengat Island. Bahasa Inggris 7

8 23. Who is Raja Ali Haji? A. A national hero of Indonesian language. B. The founder of Penyengat Palace. C. The governor of Penyengat. D. The father of craft art. 24. What did the writer see inside the mosque? A. Many eggs. B. Modern furniture. C. Ancient paintings. D. A handwritten Qur an Raja Ali Haji s tomb complex. (Paragraph 3) The underlined word has similar meaning with.... A. mosque B. house C. grave D. hut Read the text and answer questions 26 to 29. Environment Heroin of Bandar Lampung RiniMurtini is 49 years old and lives in Bandar Lampung. She is a simple lady who tries to do big things for her environment. She encourages people in her village to lead a green life. She gives them example of using any space in the village as the media to plant trees. Now, the village is green and shady. According to Rini, living green doesn t cost much because people can use domestic garbage as a compost. Rini and the people work together to separate the organic and nonorganic garbage. They turn the organic garbage into the compost and recycle the non-organic ones. Rini started her effort several years ago. Her struggle was not easy. People didn t accept her ideas easily. At first, they were reluctant to follow her ideas. However, gradually, people know that living green is healthier and cheaper. Now, this village is famous for its green environment. Many university students come to do a study about this village and even some domestic tourists come to visit. On July 1st 2012, RiniMurtini got reward for her hardwork as the environment heroin of Bandar Lampung. The reward was given by Bandar Lampung Mayor, Drs. H. Herman H. N. 26. What has Rini Murtini done for her society? A. She has planted many trees for her village. B. She has made compost for the plants in her village. C. She has attracted many tourists to come to her village. D. She has made people understand the importance of living green. 8 Try Out Ujian Nasional SMP/MTs Tahun Pelajaran 2014/2015

9 27. What is the main idea of third paragraph? A. Rini s struggle to make people accept her ideas. B. People were reluctant to follow her idea. C. Rini gives an example of how to have a green life. D. People know that living green is healthier and cheaper. 28. and recycle the non-organic ones. (Paragraph 2) The underlined word refers to.... A. domestic garbage B. organic garbage C. compost D. people 29. At first, they were reluctant to follow her ideas. (Paragraph 3) The underlined word has similar meaning with.... A. conscious B. unwilling C. optimistic D. enthusiastic Read the text and answer questions 30 to 33. Llama The llama or Lama glama is a domesticated South American camelid, widely used as a meat and pack animal by Andean cultures since pre-hispanic times. Llama have a native range all along the Andes mountains, but are not found in the wild. It can be found throughout North America, Europe, Australia, Argentina, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and Peru. Llamas, like other camelids, have long neck, limbs, rounded muzzles, protruding lower incisors and a cleft upper lip. The height of a full-grown llama is 1.7 to 1.8 m tall at the top of the head, and can weigh between 130 to 200 kg. At birth, a baby llama can weigh between 9 to 14 kg. Llama are gregarious and highly social, living in groups of up to 20 individuals. Llama groups consist of about 6 breeding females and their offsprings. The group is led by a male llama that aggressively defends his position by engaging in dominance fighting. 30. What are the use of Lama glama for human? A. As the source of skin material. B. As an animal to cultivate the farm. C. As source of meat and pack animal. D. As source of milk for people in Andes mountain. 31. What does the third paragraph tell us about? A. The function of llama in human life. B. The characteristics of llama. C. The habitat of llama. D. The anatomy of llama. Bahasa Inggris 9

10 32. Which of the following statement is TRUE based on the text? A. Llama is different with other camelids. B. There are 6 female llama in a group. C. A male llama is not aggressive. D. Llama can be found in Brazil. 33. How much does the baby llama weigh? A. More than 15 kg. B. Between 130 to 200 kg. C. Between 9 to 14 kg. D. Less than 9 kg. Read the text and answer questions 34 to 37. ECLIPSES OF THE SUN An eclipse of the Sun is also called a solar eclipse.the Moon orbits, or goes around, the Earth. As the Moonorbits, it sometimes gets directly between the Earth andthe Sun. When this happens, the Moon casts its shadowon Earth. The Moon s shadow covers only a small part of Earth, not the entire planet. You can see the eclipse onlyif you happen to be in the part of Earth that gets covered.there are three kinds of solar eclipses. Sometimes, themoon appears to block out the whole Sun. This is calleda total solar eclipse. A bright ring, or halo, appears aroundthe dark disk of the Moon during a total solar eclipse. TheSun s corona the glowing hot gases that surround the Sun produces this halo.the Moon is not always the same distance from the Earth, because its orbit is not a perfectcircle. Sometimes, an eclipse happens while the Moon is farther away from the Earth than usual. The faraway Moon looks small. It casts a smaller shadow on the Earth that blocks out only the center of the Sun. This is called an annular solar eclipse. Sometimes, the Moon covers only part of the Sun. This is called a partial solar eclipse. The Moon s disk slides across the bottom or top part of the Sun. It never covers the whole Sun. Partial solar eclipses are more common than total or annular solar eclipses. It is very dangerous to look at the Sun, even during an eclipse. Looking at the bright light of the Sun can injure your eyes. 34. What happens when the Moon is between the Earth and the Sun? A. A solar eclipse happens. B. A perfect circle happens. C. The Moon s shadow covers the entire Earth. D. All people in the world can see a solar eclipse. 35. When does an annular solar eclipse happen? A. When the Moon is directly between the Sun and the Earth, and the shadow covers only a smallpart of Earth. B. When the Moon is in the farther away position of its orbit and the shadow blocks out the centerof the Sun C. When the Moon is in the same distance from the Earth because its orbit is in a perfect circle. D. When there is a glowing of hot gases that surround the Sun. 10 Try Out Ujian Nasional SMP/MTs Tahun Pelajaran 2014/2015

11 36. Which eclipse does commonly happen? A. The total solar eclipse. B. The annular solar eclipse. C. The partial solar eclipse. D. The corona solar eclipse. 37. The text mainly tells us about.... A. partial solar eclipse B. total solar eclipse C. moon eclipses D. solar eclipses Read the text and answer questions 38 to 41. Grasshoppers are insects that can hop, walk and fly. Many male grasshoppers make noise by rubbing their back legs together. There are about 10,000 different species of grasshoppers. Grasshoppers undergo simple (or incomplete) metamorphosis; eggs hatch into nymphs, which look like little adults without wings and reproductive organs. Nymphs molt many times as they grow to be adults. Like all insects, the grasshoppers have a three-part body (head, thorax and abdomen), six jointed legs, two pairs of wings and two antennae. Their bodies are covered with a hard exoskeleton. Grasshoppers breathe through a series of holes called spiracles; they are located along the sides of the body. Most grasshoppers are green, brown, or olive-green. The biggest ones are about 4.5 inches (11.5 cm) long. The long hind legs are used for hopping. The short front legs are used to hold prey and to walk. Grasshoppers eat plants. Their predators include birds, beetles, rodents, reptiles and spiders. Some flies also eat grasshopper eggs. 38. What does the third paragraph tell us about? A. The breeding system of grasshoppers. B. The anatomy of grasshoppers. C. The species of grasshoppers. D. The diet of grasshoppers. 39. The text mainly tells us about.... A. grasshopper in general B. the diet of a grasshopper C. grasshopper and its predators D. the breeding system of a grasshopper 40. How do grasshoppers make noise? A. By rubbing their back legs together. B. By making noise from their mouth. C. By rubbing their antennae. D. By hopping here and there. Bahasa Inggris 11

12 41. Their predators include birds, beetles, rodents, reptiles.... (Paragraph 4) The underlined word means.... A. animals with scales and fins B. wild animals with sharp fangs C. small mammals with large and sharp front teeth D. animals with sharp spiky hairs to protect themselves For questions 42 to 44, complete the text with suitable words. I got a surprise this morning. My uncle visited our house and he... (42)... me a bolster with the head of Shaun the Sheep on it. The head is completed with its long ears and wide stupid eyes. I bet you know about this funny character. This new bolster is made of soft fabric. When I touch it, it feels like touching a woolly fabric, soft and fluffy. The... (43)... of the bolster is about a meter. The lower part color is black, while the upper part is white. The bolster has two front legs, but strangely it doesn t have... (44)... legs. 42. A. brought B. thought C. found D. left 43. A. weight B. width C. length D. size 44. A. lower B. front C. hind D. side For questions 45 to 47, complete the text with suitable words. Last holiday, my family decided to visit my grandparents in Yogyakarta. Grandma and grandpa live in a small village. There are a lot of rice fields around their house. It was such a hot day, we decided to have lunch in one of the huts in the middle of a rice field. Grandma had prepared delicious traditional... (45)... for us. The breeze was perfect and we were so hungry. During our lunch, the sky grew... (46)...The sun was rapidly blocked by dark cloud. In a sudden, it rained heavily. There was no time to run to the grandpa s house, so we decided to... (47)... in the hut. However, the water easily entered the small hut. Everything was wet, including our lunch. 42. A. meal B. house C. clothes D. costume 12 Try Out Ujian Nasional SMP/MTs Tahun Pelajaran 2014/2015

13 43. A. brighter B. smaller C. darker D. bigger 44. A. stay B. leave C. keep D. come 48. Arrange the jumbled words below into a good sentence. him and then into the bush sharply stung the bee dissapeared The best arrangement for the jumbled words is.... A B C D Arrange the jumbled sentences into a correct paragraph. 1. The fishermen agreed and immediately set up their net to help me catch the giant catfish. 2. Then, I asked help from ten fishermen to catch these giant fish. 3. Last year, I went to Mekong River in Thailand on my mission to research the giant catfish. 4. I decided to ask the local people about these fish, and after asking about five fishermen, there I cameto a conclusion that these fish were very rare now. 5. It was an enormous fish! It was 2.5 long and weighed 290 kg! 6. I immediately rushed to my canoe and rowed towards the giant fish the fishermen had caught. 7. After five hours waiting without catching any single giant catfish, I decided to have some nap on theriver bank. 8. As I was about to lay on my back, one of the fishermen called my name from his canoe and saidthat a giant fish had been caught. 9. I quickly measured and labeled the fish on one of its fins, and soon let it go back to river. 10. I arrived in the morning and started to canoe along the river, but I didn t see any sign of this fish. The best arrangement for the jumbled sentences is.... A B C D Bahasa Inggris 13

14 50. Arrange the jumbled sentences into a correct paragraph. 1. RatnaManggali told him that the mother had a witch book. They stole the book, then. CalonArangwas very angry because her book was stolen. 2. No young man wanted to marry her because her mother was an evil witch. Her name was CalonArang. 3. Once, there was a beautiful girl lived in one of the Kingdoms in Bali. Her name was RatnaManggali. 4. The witch cursed the land and the people. She spelled the people to become sick and the land becamedry. No plant could live there. Everybody was hungry. 5. A priest knew about it. He asked his son to marry RatnaManggali. After they got married, the sonasked his wife about her mother s secret. 6. A battle happened between CalonArang and the priest. Finally, the priest won the battle. The best arrangement for the jumbled sentences is.... A B C D Try Out Ujian Nasional SMP/MTs Tahun Pelajaran 2014/2015

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