Tahun Pelajaran 2004/2005





Hari/Tanggal : Selasa, 7 Juni 2005 Jam : 08.00 – 10.00

1. Isikan identitas Anda ke dalam Lembar Jawaban Komputer (LJK) yang tersedia dengan menggunakan pensil 2B, sesuai petunjuk di Lembar Jawaban Komputer (LJK). 2. Tersedia waktu 120 menit untuk mengerjakan paket tes tersebut. 3. Jumlah soal sebanyak 60 butir, pada setiap butir soal terdapat 4 (empat) pilihan jawaban. 4. Periksa dan bacalah soal-soal sebelum Anda menjawabnya. 5. Laporkan kepada pengawas ujian apabila terdapat lembar soal yang kurang jelas, rusak, atau tidak lengkap. 6. Mintalah kertas buram kepada pengawas ujian, bila diperlukan. 7. Tidak diizinkan menggunakan kalkulator, HP, tabel matematika atau alat bantu hitung lainnya. 8. Periksalah pekerjaan Anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujian. 9. Lembar soal tidak boleh dicoret-coret, difotokopi, atau digandakan.


Read the following text and answer questions 1 to 4. Animal Experimentation Animals are widely used in laboratories. Mice, rabbits, dogs and monkeys are a few examples of animals used by researchers and scientists for scientific and medical purposes. Scientists use the animals to investigate biological processes in humans and animals; to study the causes of diseases; to test drugs, vaccines, and surgical techniques; and to evaluate the safety of chemicals used in pesticides, cosmetics, and other products. Many animals function like humans so that they can be good models to understand the human body. Some animals suffer from the same diseases as humans do. Animals also carry a number of genes that are identical to human genes. With those similarities, scientists are able to learn much about the human body by studying the animals. 1. What do researchers and scientists do in laboratories? a. Make drugs. b. Do experiment. c. Take care of animals. d. Give medical treatment. Scientists learn about the human body by studying .... a. certain animals b. human body itself c. all kinds of animals d. all living things Based on the text, why do the scientists use animals for their experiments? a. Animals are the most suitable objects. b. Scientists don’t want to use humans. c. It’s easier to use animals than humans. d. Animals have similarities to humans. “They are used for scientific and medical purposes.” (Paragraph 1) “They” in the sentence refers to .... a. researchers b. laboratories c. animals d. scientists






Gio : Are you Alief? Alief : Yes, I am. And you? Gio : .... Alief : Oh. How do you do? Gio : How do you do? a. You are Gio b. I am Gio c. Are you Gio? d. Your new friend is Gio. Andra : Are you going to take a bath? Indri : Yes. Is there a clean towel in the bathroom? Andra : No, there isn’t. Wait a minute I’ll give you one. Indri : Thank you. The antonym of the word underlined is .... a. clear b. dirty c. neat d. dusty Fedi : Look! I think the man in brown over there is dumb. Nanda : Why do you say so? Fedi : He always uses gestures when he speaks with his friend. Nanda : Let’s try to speak with him. Fedi : Sorry, .... a. I can’t understand gestures b. I can understand him c. He understands my gestures d. I can communicate with him Ermi Marni Ermi Marni : Have you received a letter from Yuli? : Yes. I received it yesterday. : What did she say? : She ... that she was busy. She didn’t have much time to write. a. said b. say c. says d. will say






Gita Dissa Gita Dissa

: You have passed the SMP final examination, haven’t you? : Yes, I have. : ... Senior High School will you choose to continue your studies? : I’ll choose the favourite “SMU” near my house. a. What b. Where c. Whose d. Which

10. The − man − is − hungry − three − noodles − of − bowls − ordering 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 The best arrangement of the words to be a good sentence is .... a. 1–2–3–4–9–5–8–7–6 b. 1–4–2–3–9–5–6–7–8 c. 1–4–2–3–9–5–7–8–6 d. 1–4–2–3–9–5–8–7–6 Read the following passage and answer questions 11 to 14. Going to a movie Josse and Robby decided to go to a film theatre to relax. They were very tired after finishing the exams. They chose to see an adventure film. They didn’t want to see a drama, thriller, or horror film. They wanted to forget studying for one night and fantasize a little. So they bought two tickets for a movie called Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring. They got in the theatre just on time before the movie started. Inside the theatre, a tall man sat on a seat in front of them. He put on a tall hat. Josse and Robby could not see the screen. Josse tapped the man on the shoulder and asked him to remove his hat. When the man turned around to say sorry, they recognized him. He was Mr. Samuel, Josse’s Father. 11. Josse and Robby went to a theatre and saw a/an ... film. a. adventure b. drama c. horror d. thriller What is the most important idea of the first paragraph? a. Josse purposely met his father in the theatre. b. Josse and Robby were late to get in the movie. c. They bought two tickets for the movie. d. Josse and Robby went to the theatre for relaxing.




Why couldn’t Josse and Robby see the screen? a. A tall man sat in front of them. b. The man sitting in front of them wore a tall hat. c. They sat on seats at the back row. d. They were too short to see the screen clearly. “They didn’t want to see a drama, a thriller or a ...” (Paragraph 1) The word underlined means a film that tells a strory about … events. a. amused b. excellent c. romantic d. scary Study the picture and choose the correct word based on it to complete the dialogue. Mother : Where are the children? Aninda : They are playing ... in the yard. a. hopscotch b. tug-war c. hide and seek d. blindman’s bluff Zarra Raisa Zarra Raisa a. b. c. d. : My brother will take part in the badminton competition next week. : Good! Do you think he will be a winner? : I hope so. He has been training ... since last month. : I’m glad to hear that. regularly softly hardly unseriously : My family and I will go to Bali next holiday. : Oh, it’s nice. How will you go there? : I’m not sure, whether to go by plane or by train. : You’d better go by plane. It’s .... comfortable more comfortable less comfortable most comfortable : What are you going to do this afternoon, Medina? : I … to the dressmaker. Can you take me there? : Of course, I can. I’d be delighted. : Thanks a lot. have gone am going went go





Fauzan Donna Fauzan Donna a. b. c. d. Rafli Medina Rafli Medina a. b. c. d.




Mother Fira Mother Fira a. b. C c. d.

: Don’t forget to give the cloth to the dressmaker, Fira. : But I … it to her. : Have you? When did you give it? : I gave it this morning. give will give have given gave

Read the following text and answer questions 20 to 23. ELEPHANT SAFARI PARK, TARO


What is the text about? a. How to look after elephants. b. Groups of elephants. c. The Elephant Safari Park in Taro. d. Facilities for the elephants. How much is the entrance fee for a child? a. US$ 2.50 b. US$ 5.75 c. US$ 9.50 d. US$29.00




The Elephant Safari Park was officially opened in ... . a. 1997 b. 2000 c. 2002 d. 2003 “Displays of elephant intelligence and their capabilities …” (Paragraph 4) “Their” in the sentence refers to .... a. visitors b. trainers c. elephants d. children Ina : A friend of mine from Padang has been staying at Melati Hotel for five days. ... I am verry sorry. I have many things to do now. What about tonight? Okay, I will. Will she accompany you to go there? Could you accompany me to meet her? Can I go there to meet her? Would you like me to accompany you to meet? Why was Shifa absent yesterday? Her father passed away. .... Why didn’t you tell me before? I have just heard it. It’s terrific That’s a good news I’m glad to hear that I’m very sorry to hear that What about your throat now? I still feel a serious pain, but my mother will take me to the doctor. Well, ... . Thank you. you’ll be strong I hope you will be okay how happy you are that’s a bad news



Delia : Ina : Delia : a. b. c. d. 25. Budi Dina Budi Dina : : : : a. b. c. d. : : : : a. b. c. d.

26. Filza Ari Filza Ari



Riyan : Rizki : Riyan : Rizki : a. b. c. d.

What time will you leave for Semarang? At seven o’clock. Do you want me to phone a taxi? .... My friend will pick me up. No, thank you Yes, please You’re right That’s a good idea


Shilni : I hear that Nadia is living in Lampung. Rahmat : You are right. Shilni : ... does she stay with? Rahmat : With her grandmother. a. How b. Who c. Whom d. Where Study the following table to answer question no.29 Anton’s activities Activities Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat - Swimming - Playing basketball √ - Going to the movie with a friend √ - Taking an English course √ √ According to the above table, Anton goes to the movie with a friend ... a week. a. once b. twice c. three times d. four times Sun √ √



Read the following letter and answer questions 30 to 32. Bukittinggi 20th April 2005 Dear Ghea, My brother and I are in Bukittinggi now. We arrived here on Sunday morning at five. It was already busy, probably because of the holidays. We went directly to the remains of “De Kock Fortress’ and found a lot of people jogging along this area. We took a rest here, sitting under the tree and enjoyed at the fresh air. It was almost 6.30. We went to a famous “warung”, called “Pical si Kai”. Here we had coffee, “pical”, “ketupat gulai”, etc. Because all hotels had been full, we rented a room in a house nearby. The room was quite nice. The bathroom was clean enough and the rent was not too expensive. At about eight we went to “Sianok” valley. It is such a very beautiful valley. On the bank of the valley there is a long cave, called “Japanese cave”. It is very long. It goes deeply into the ground with an entrance at one end, and an exit at the other end. The people here said that a long time ago the cave was used by the Japanese army to protect themselves from the Dutch attack. At that time it seemed that there was nothing in the ground. Both the entrance and the exit were covered by plants. Well that’s all about our first day in Bukittinggi. We are going to visit “Lake Maninjau”, “Lembah Anai Falls”, etc. the next day. Hope to be here someday with you. Please, reply soon. Bye for now Indri 30. Indri mostly talks about ... in the letter. a. Ghea’s journey to Bukittinggi b. Indri and Ghea are in Bukittinggi c. some places of interest in Bukittinggi d. “Sianok”, the very beautiful valley Where did Indri go first? a. To a famous “warung.” b. To Sianok valley c. To the Japanese Cave d. To the “De Kock Fortress” Why did Indri stay in a house nearby? a. The rent of the house was not expensive. b. The bathroom there was clean enough. c. They didn’t have enough money to stay in a hotel. d. They couldn’t find any vacant rooms in the hotels.




For questions 33 to 35, choose the suitable word to complete the paragraph. It was a public holiday. We did not have anything to do, so Father suggested ...(33) us to Safari Park in Cisarua. All of us got very ...(34). Mother quickly prepared some drinks and snacks for the trip. My brothers and I ...(35) got dressed and brought a camera. Within one hour, we were all ready and settled ourselves in the car. 33. a. b. c. d. a. b. c. d. a. b. c. d. bringing getting telling keeping excited annoyed dissapointed upset lazily hurriedly slowly diligently




Rearrange the sentences below to make a coherent paragraph. 1. He lives in a small town and knows every family on his route. 2. Neil Moore has been a postman for 20 years. 3. At Christmas many families give him presents. 4. They appreciate his dedication and good service. 5. He has carried mail in heat and in cold, in rain and in snow. 6. He has delivered thousands of letters to homes on his mail route. a. 1-2-3-4-5-6 b. 6-1-3-5-2-4 c. 2-5-6-1-3-4 d. 4-5-6-3-2-1


Read the following text and answer questions 37 to 40.


Denpasar - Perth return Denpasar - Melbourne return US$ 235* US$ 385*
* Ticket valid for 1 (one) year. Ticket must be issued before March 2003





US$ 295








www.airparadise.co.id BALI Kuta megah Block I - I Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai-Tuban, Denpasar 80361 Arrival A/C Phone: 0361.75 66 66 Fax: 0361.76 61 00 E-mail: resevation@airparadise.co.id 08.20+1 A310-300 JAKARTA 13.30 Sahid Jaya Hotel. Shopping Arcade S 29 14.00 A310-300 Jl. Jendral Sudirman 86, Jakarta Pusat 18.00 Phone: 021.570 23 34 Fax: 021. 570 23 01

Prices above do not include taxes Special conditions apply Seats are limited For further information, please contact our reservation offices or your preferred travel agents


Flight Number

Days of Service

23.50 10.00 10.00 14.30


Melbourne AD 062 Mon, Fri AD 066 Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun Perth Melbourne Denpasar AD 063 Tue, Sat AD 067 Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun Perth


What is the text about? a. A flight schedule of Air Paradise International. b. Special routes of Air Paradise International. c. Special domestic introductory fares. d. Special overseas introductory fares. Your flight number will be ... if you fly from Denpasar to Perth on Wednesday. a. AD 062 b. AD 063 c. AD 066 d. AD 067 How much is the air fare if you travel with your husband and your 19 years old son from Denpasar to Perth? a. US$ 620 b. US$ 705 c. US$ 1.155 d. US$ 1.192,50




40. “Ticket valid 1 (one) year”. The underlined word means being .... a. expired b. cancelled c. postponed d. effective 41. Dea Arini Dea Arini a. b. c. d. 42. Mother Susan Mother Susan a. b. c. d. : : : : : : : : What place are we going to visit ? We will visit Tawang Mangu waterfall. So, we have to bring some snacks, ...? Sure. And also our lunch. don’t we do we haven’t we have we Don’t buy that plant, Susan. Why? Is it expensive? No. ... it can grow well in our garden. Okay, Mom. I am sure I am certain I doubt that I’m quite sure


Erlin : Have you ever heard about the eruption of mount Krakatau? Reni : Yes. But there were not many people who died. Erlin : You’re wrong. Many people living in the coastal area died. The underlined utterance expresses .... a. uncertainty b. certainty c. disagreement d. agreement


Read this short paragraph. It can fly. But it is not a bird. It likes fruit. It flies at night. It never stands on a branch of a tree. It hangs. Which of the four pictures below does the paragraph tell about?



Look at the picture below!

Printer B is ... of all. a. the oldest b. the newest c. the cheapest d. the longest 46. Johan : Have you heard about the robbery at ACI bank? Umar : No. Were there any victims? Johan : No. They only took all the money. But they would shoot ... who cried. a. no one b. someone c. none d. everyone Azka Dila Azka Dila a. b. c. d. 48. : : : : Have you entered this building before? Yes, I have. Its dome is very big and covered with beautiful pictures. Let’s go inside. Wow. ... What is a magnificent building? What a magnificent building is it! What a magnificent building it is! What is the magnificent building?


Sofyan : I got five for English. Herman : Oh really? What’s the matter with you? You are usually good at English, aren’t you? Sofyan : Yes, but I had a serious headache last night, ... I couldn’t study well. a. but b. and c. or d. so


Read the following graph and answer questions 49 to 50. This graph shows students’ games medals which are obtained after six days of full competition

60 50 40 30 20 10 0
China South Korea Russia France Britain Ukraine Japan USA Italy Germany


What can you conclude about the medals that every country gets from the graph? a. There are three countries which get the same number of medals. b. None of the countries gets the same numbers of medals. c. The most medals were obtained by Russia. d. The least medals were obtained by Italy. The total medals obtain by all the countries competitors are .... a. less than 200 b. more than 200 c. two hundreds d. 200 at most 1. In 1890 Baron Pierre de Coubertin, a Frenchman, decided to try to start the Olympic Games again. 2. The event lasted for more than 1,000 years but then died out after Greece became part of The Roman Empire. 3. He succeeded, and the first Modern Olympic Games began in Athens, Greece, in 1896. 4. He wanted to promote how to strengthen the mind and spirit shown in the Classic Greek Olympic Games. 5. The Olympic Games were first held in ancient Greece approximately in the year 776 B.C. The correct arrangement to make a good paragraph is .... a. 5–1–2–3–4 b. 5–1–2–4–3 c. 5–2–1–3–4 d. 5–1–2–3–4





Choose the suitable sentence to complete the paragraph. … It is now a part of our daily life. It is not only a source of news and information. Television is also a valuable tool for science, education and industry. a. Television works in the same way as radio in some ways. b. There are many quiz program on televisions as well as on radio broadcasting. c. Watching television has made great changes in people’s lives all over the world. d. Television is the most important source of entertainment for great numbers of people all over the world.


Zidan Mulhaim Zidan Mulhaim a. b. c. d. Chaidar Mother Chaidar Mother a. b. c. d.

: Will our school team take part in the football competition? : I think so. … the players practice hard every day. : Good! I hope they can do their best. : I hope so. Both of All of Each None of : Why do we have to save our forests, Mom? : Because they are very important for us. : Are they? : Yes. … do they keep the balance of the environment … produce wood. Not only – but also Either – or Both – and Neither – nor



Nindi : Can you mention some people working on newspapers? Nanda : Yes. Among them are journalists, editors, caricaturists, and columnists. Nindi : I see. And can you tell me who edits the articles before they are printed out? Nanda : The editor .... a. is b. did c. does d. do Dona : How did Mirna swim in the swimming contest? Dodi : She swam quickly. Dona : Really? How about Vera? Dodi : She swam quicker than Mirna. Dona : And Rosa? Dodi : Oh, She swam ... of all. So that, she became the best swimmer in her class. a. slower b. quicker c. the slowest d. the quickest




Ari Mom Ari Mom Ari

: Mom, may I climb the starfruit tree to pick its fruit? : But the fruits are still unripe. : The ones on the right branch are ripe, Mom. : OK, but ...! Usually, there are many caterpillars on the starfruit tree. : Thank you, mom. a. don’t move b. watch out c. don’t come any closer d. be careful : Have you been to “Mecca”? : Yes. What about you? : ... . I went there in 2002. I did too neither have I So have I So did I


Mr. Chan Mr. Jaya Mr. Chan a. b. c. d.


Mr. Chaniago : Welcome to Jakarta! Mr. Bill : Thanks. It’s a terrific city. Mr. Chaniago : Yes. It’s the busiest city in Indonesia. By the way ... I will take you round the city this afternoon. Mr. Bill : Great I’d love to. I want to see the Miniature Park of Indonesia and the National Monument. a. because you are not tired b. if you are not tired c. if you are tired d. after you take a bath Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? a. Roses are beautiful and jasmines are, too. b. Does “kangkung” grows well on the water! c. Cactus can not grow in a pot and asparagus can, too. d. A lizard don’t bite and a iguana doesn’t either.


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