DOKUMEN NEGARA

SANGAT RAHASIA

SMP
GUGUS 01 PONDOK AREN BAHASA INGGRIS
Hari/Tanggal Waktu Durasi menit : : : 120

Paket a
DINAS PENDIDIKAN KABUPATEN TANGERANG

UJI COBA UJIAN NASIONAL

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TAHUN PELAJARAN 2008/2009
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MATA PELAJARAN
Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris

PELAKSANAAN
Hari/Tanggal Jam : :

PETUNJUK UMUM
1. Isikan identitas anda ke dalam Lembar Jawaban Ujian Nasional (LJUN) yang tersedia dengan menggunakan pensil 2B sesuai petunjuk di LJUN. 2. Hitamkan bulatan di depan nama mata ujian pada LJUN. 3. Tersedia waktu 120 menit untuk mengerjakan paket tes tersebut. 4. Periksa dan bacalah soal-soal sebelum Anda menjawabnya! 5. Jumlah soal sebanyak 50 butir, pada setiap butir soal terdiri atas 4 (empat) pilihan jawaban! 6. Laporkan kepada pengawas ujian apabila terdapat tulisan yang kurang jelas pada lembar soal, lembar soal rusak atau tidak lengkap. 7. Mintalah kertas buram kepada pengawas ujian jika diperlukan. 8. Tidak diizinkan menggunakan kalkulator, kamus, HP, tabel, pemutar musik (audio player), atau alat bantu hitung lainnya! 9. Periksalah pekerjaan Anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujian! 10. Lembar soal tidak boleh dicoret-coret.

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Read the text to answer questions no. 1 to 3! HOW THEY GROW ow does a butterfly grow? It starts out as a tiny egg. It becomes a caterpillar. It eats lots of leaves. It grows and grows. Then it goes inside a cocoon. At last, it comes out. It’s a butterfly! How does a frog grow? It starts out as a tiny egg in the water. The egg grows into a tadpole. It keeps changing. It eats tiny plants. It grows and grows. At last, it hops out of the pond. It’s a frog! How does a flower grow? It starts out as a seed. Sun and rain help the seed grow. Roots grow into the ground. The plant grows and grows. At last, a bud opens. It’s a flower! Now you know how they grow! 1. What do you think the butterfly will do next? It will … a. fly away b. produce eggs c. eat fruit d. turn into cocoon. 2. Where does a tadpole live? It lives … a. in a tree b. under a rock c. on the land. d. in the water 3. Read this sentence from the story! At last, it hops out of the pond. What does ‘hops’ mean? a. runs b. jumps c. falls d. swims Read the text to answer questions no.4 to 6! BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Once upon a time, there was a beautiful girl named Beauty. She lived with her two sisters and her father in a small village. She was also a hard working girl. She always helped her father in the farm

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One day her father left for the city. He saw an old castle. He became curious to know who was inside, and he went in. While he was walking around the castle, he met nobody inside, Knowing that there was none inside, he ate the food on the table and picked a rose from the garden for Beauty. Then an angry beast appeared and wanted to kill him unless Beauty was brought to him. After reaching his home, Beauty's father told her the truth. Beauty loved her father very much, so she didn't refuse what her father asked. She went to the Beast castle and lived there only with the Beast. Her miserable life had begun since then. She often tried to run away but she was always stopped by the Beast. The Beast loved Beauty very much. Because of his treatment, she began to like him too. One day, when beauty was visiting her father in the village because of his illness, she had a dream. She saw the Beast was dying. She suddenly came back to the Beast castle. Seeing the "dying Beast" she began to cry. When her tear was falling on to the Beast, he became a handsome prince. Beauty and the Beast got married and lived happily ever after. (Adapted from Beauty and The Beast movie) 4. What does paragraph 2 tell us about? a. Beauty’s father's experience in an old castle b. The Beast dreamt to meet Beauty c. Beauty’s father asked a beautiful rose for Beauty d. The Beast's castle in the city. 5. ‘Her miserable life had begun since then’. The underlined word means… a. interesting b. unhappy c. boring d. joyful 6. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the text? a. Beauty's father was almost killed by the Beast b. Beauty finally got married without feeling love. c. Beauty often failed to escape from the Beast d. Beauty finally loved the Beast, Read the text to answer questions no. 7 to 9! The Settler Museum Where the Past Becomes the Present Open Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Cost: $3 for adults and $1 for children Come and experience life in the early American West. The Log Cabin Step inside our log cabin to see how the first settlers lived. Sit in handmade wooden chairs around the kitchen table. Help grind corn to make cornmeal. Learn how the settlers made butter by using a butter churn. Watch how family meals were cooked in the fireplace.

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You will also find a wooden trunk full of clothes like those the settlers wore. See the aprons, bonnets, and long-sleeved dresses worn by women, and the shirts, suspenders, straw hats, and woolen trousers worn by men. Special Events Tuesdays and Thursdays Learn about tools used outside the log cabin. Museum staff will demonstrate how the first settlers sharpened their tools on a grinding wheel, cut logs with a bow saw, and stripped the bark from logs with a drawknife. Saturdays Learn how to make soap and candles from animal fat. You can even use the homemade soap to wash clothes on an old-fashioned washboard.
Call the museum at 1-888-591-4928 for directions or to schedule a field trip. 19500 Cheyenne Rd., Laramie, WY 82070

7. How many days does the museum open in a week? a. 2 days b. 3 days c. 4 days d. 5 days 8. According to the text, the first settlers lived in ….

a.

b.

c.

d.

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9. Which activity can only be done on Saturdays? a. Grinding corn to make cornmeal. b. Looking through a wooden trunk full of clothes. c. Cutting logs with a bow saw. d. Using homemade soap to wash clothes.

Read the text to answer questions no. 10 to 12! What does your teacher wear to school? Many teachers in public schools in Indonesia wear formal public service uniforms or batik shirts for special occasions. In some private schools not only the students but also the teachers wear a uniform. Teachers in government schools in Australia don't wear uniforms. Each school has its own dress code for staff. Sometimes this is quite strict but sometimes it's very casual. When I first taught in Australia I was very surprised at what some teachers wore. It was summer when I arrived in Australia and many of the teachers wore very casual clothes to work. Some men and women wore sleeveless tops or tank tops and some even wore shorts. They wore casual sandals and sometimes jeans too. I never wanted to wear them even though it is accepted in Australia.’ What would you think if your teacher came to school wearing shorts?
(Adapted from www.kanggurumagazine.com)

10. What is the text about? a. The writer’s explanation about schools in Australia and Indonesia. b. The writer’s story about a different dress code in Australia and Indonesia. c. The writer’s experience in teaching students in Australia. d. The writer’s description about uniforms in Australia and Indonesia 11. Which statement is NOT TRUE according to the text? a. Not all teachers in Indonesia wear uniform. b. Most Australian teachers wear very casual clothes in summer. c. The writer has ever taught in Australia. d. The writer wore very casual clothes to work. 12. “…to wear them even though it is accepted in Australia.” (line 9) What does the word “them” refer to? a. Sandals and jeans. b. Uniforms c. Clothes d. Batik shirts Read the text to answer questions no. 13 to 16!

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The One Computer Per Child project offers children in remote areas a laptop for only $US 100 each piece. These laptops are designed for areas where electricity and telephone connections are limited. Around 5.000 laptops have already been sent to South America, Libya, Nigeria and Thailand. The laptops have a wind-up handle to provide the electricity needed to run the machine. The sponsor of this project is from richer countries to help poorer countries. For example, Finland is sponsoring laptops and computers for children in Namibia. In a similar project in the UK, Schools Minister Jim Knight will look at how the government, the computer industry and education charities can work together. They would like to ensure that every child in poor countries is able to use computer and has access to the internet either at home or at afternoon school clubs. 13. What is the text about? a. Computer industries in some countries b. Free laptops for poor countries. c. Newly-designed cheap laptop. d. Impractical laptops and computers. 14. “The One Computer Per Child project offers children in remote areas a laptop for …” The word ‘remote’ has similar meaning to … a. poor b. terrible c. far d. small 15. These laptops work …. a. by turning the handle to charge the battery b. by charging the battery to electricity c. by connecting the laptops into electricity d. by combining electricity connection and battery 16. What is the main purpose of sponsoring the project? a. To build a new internet connection for poor countries. b. To design portable laptops for all children around the world c. To help poor people get electricity unlimitedly. d. To help children be familiar with computer. Fill in the blanks with the most suitable words for questions 17 to 19! Indonesia is rich with variously unique traditions and cultures. One of them is funeral custom which is different from each Indonesia’s traditional custom. In Javanese funeral…(17), before the corpse is taken to the burial ground, his/her children and close …(18) walk ducking three times back and forth under the stretcher on which the dead person has been …(19) down.
17. a. costume

b. language c. island d. ceremony

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18. a. parents

b. cousins c. brothers d. relatives
19. a. taken

b. buried c. laid d. kept
20. Megan : Well, Fauzan, do you think you'll pass?

Fauzan : I’m not sure. I thought my presentation was terrible. The underlined part of the dialogue expresses … . a. Displeasure b. uncertainty c. regret d. complaint Read the following text and answer question 21 – 23! IZADA TRANS We provide passenger buses with 59 and 29 seats Full AC, Music, Toilet, TV/Video. We serve Bali, Sumatera Office : Jl. Jombang Raya 25 Tangerang For further information call 87654321
21. The company will take the passengers to some cities in ... islands a. five b. four c. three d. two 22. There are … kinds of buses available at Izada Trans. a. five b. four c. three d. two 23. The advertisement above tells us about.... a. tour and travel agent b. holiday package tour c. private cars for rent d. transportation company

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Read the following text and answer question 24 to 26!

24. The advertisement tells us about…. a. kinds of trucks and farming tools b. machineries and farming tools c. heavy duty equipments and machineries d. logging trucks and machineries

25. United Tractors Tbk offers us the following things, except…. a. construction machineries b. factory machineries c. many kinds of trucks d. bulldozers 26. "United Tractors offers us many kind of logging machineries such as trucks and trailers." The word "logging" has closely meaning to…. a. work of cutting down forest trees for timber b. wood processing machine in the factory c. wood or timber product by a factory d. work of processing timber for some products

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27. Where can you see the notice below?

Please take a trolley for your luggage.
a. b. c. d. In an office In a restaurant In a bank In an airport

28. What does the notice below mean?

a. b. c. d.

Turtle is one of the protected animals We must save protected animals Protected animals may be made into products We can make use of protected animals.

Read the text and answer question no. 29 to 27!

29. What did the writer feel when he just arrived at the airport? a. He felt fun. b. He felt joyful. c. He felt confused.

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d. a. b. c. d.

He felt unhappy. hot cold warm cool

30.From paragraph 1, we can conclude that the temperature at the airport was …

31. Look at the picture and complete the dialogue! Azizah : Hi, Mr. Adi How are you? Mr. Adi : Fine, did you join the study tour to Bali last week? Azizah : Yes. I visited Mr.Wayan Surya there. Mr. Adi : What is he? Azizah : Don’t you know him? He is a very famous…. Mr. Adi : Oh! I just remember. He is an artist who creates a lot of beautiful statues isn’t he? Azizah : Yes. And you know his work is so amazing. I like them. a. b. c. d. sculptor painter curator designer

32. Which one is the correct statement based on the pictures below?

a. b. c. d.

Mr. Han's car is the cheapest one of all. Mr. Fred's car is more expensive than Mr. John's. Mr. John's car isn’t as cheap as Mr. Fred's. Mr. Han’s car isn’t as expensive as Mr. Fred’s.

Read the following text for questions no. 33 to 35!

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33. What is the first thing to do when you cook rice using a Magic Com rice Cooker? a. Adjusting the quantity of water. b. Washing the rice, in the inner pot. c. Plugging the cable into the electricity socket. d. Weighing the rice using the measure cup. 34. The maximum amount of rice that can be cooked with the Magic Com is … measure cups. a. two b. three c. four d. five 35. "Put it in the inner pot, and adjust the quantity of water." The underlined word means the … of water as suggested. a. amount b. number c. size d. weight
Read the text and answer questions 36 and 37!

Dear friends, Herewith I would like to invite you to come and gather at my home for my 15th birthday party on Saturday, January 22nd, 2009 at 7.30 pm. Venue: Ifa’s home Jl. Elang V no. 8 Bintaro, Tangerang
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36. Ifa was born in …. a. 1993 b. 1994 c. 1995 d. 1996 37. When will the party be held? a. In the morning b. In the evening c. At midnight d. At noon Read these texts to answer the questions no. 38 to 41!
WANTED WAITERS AND WAITRESSES A luxurious restaurant requires trained and experienced waiting staff. Must be available for late night shifts, any day of the week. Minimum 3 evenings per week. Uniforms provided. VACANT POSITION ACCOUNTANT

Office junior required towork from Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm. One hour for lunch. 3 weeks holiday per year. Full training given. Successful applicant will be punctual, reliable and careful. HELP NEEDED Fax your CV to: (021) 733 2829 Minimum qualifications: English and Maths at Working Farm in City Centre, producing milk, eggs and some fruit and vegetables. Giving local children the chance to see farm animals and learn about food7279 5871 Fax your CV to: (021) production. We have school visits arranged almost every day during term time. We need helpers! Must like children, animals and hard work. Call: (021) 936 71420 (appointment for an interview)

VACANCY Tour Guides

Required for summer holidays. Some overnight tours. Coach Tour Company needs people with interest in history who enjoy traveling. Good communicators, foreign languages an advantage. Hours very varied and good rates of pay. Send CV by fax: (021) 765 9904

38. The purpose of the texts is …. a. to inform people how to do the job. b. to apply for job. c. to offer job for people. d. to describe job for people.

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39. Fariz is quite good at speaking English and available to work at common work hours in weekdays. He is good at calculating to. What job is suitable for him? a. Helper b. Tour guide c. Accountant d. waiter 40. “A luxurious restaurant requires trained and experienced waiting staff”. The underlined word has similar meaning to …. a. very popular and very big. b. fully artistic and very unique c. completely exotic and very warm. d. comfortable and expensive 41. The statements below are true, EXCEPT …. a. Interest to children and animals is required to be a helper. b. A tour guide is needed to work in all holiday seasons. c. Training will be provided for successful applicant in accountant position. d. Available to work at night is required to be a waiter or waitress. Read the texts to answer the questions no. 42 to 45!
Mountain Gorillas There are three types of gorillas living in different parts of Africa. They are the Western Lowland Gorilla (gorilla gorilla), the Eastern Lowland Gorilla (gorilla graueri) and the Mountain Gorilla (gorilla berengei). There are only small differences between the Mountain Gorillas and Lowland Gorillas. The Mountain Gorillas have adapted to living in the high mountains of the Virunga Volcanoes and the Bwindi National Park in Uganda. As a result, the Mountain Gorillas have longer hair, wider mouths, larger noses, bigger chests, shorter arms and shorter, wider hands and feet than the Lowland Gorillas.

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Mountain Gorillas are vegetarian. They eat about 200 types of leaves, flowers, plants, fruit and some insects. Gorillas do not drink water. They get all the water they need from the leaves and other things they eat. They eat a lot. Male gorillas eat about 23 kg every day. They sleep a lot, too. They usually sleep from about six o’clock in the evening until six or eight o’clock the next morning. During the day, they eat, play, sleep and travel through the jungle. Gorillas are nomadic and can travel up to 1.83 km a day. They build new nests each evening in trees or on the ground Mountain Gorillas live in family groups of 3-30. They learn from their mothers and other adults what to eat, how to behave and how to look after their young. They care for their young very well. They are shy and gentle animals. The only time a male gorilla is dangerous and aggressive is to protect their family – especially the babies and young gorillas. Mountain Gorillas are usually quiet. However, they can make about 25 different noises and each noise has a meaning. They make a certain grunting noise when they are happy. They make a different noise when they are curious about something and want to find out what it is. They make one of their loudest noises when they think there is some danger.
(adapted from Challenges 2)

42. What is the main idea of paragraph 2? a. Some big differences between Mountain Gorillas and Lowland Gorillas. b. The top of mountain as the habitat of Mountain Gorillas. c. The appearance of Mountain Gorillas. d. How and where Mountain Gorillas live.
43. The basic characters of Mountain Gorillas are as follows, EXCEPT ….

a. b. c. d.

shy gentle quiet aggressive

44. “Gorillas are nomadic and can travel up to 1.83 km a day.” The underlined word ‘nomadic’ means …. a. powerful and not easily tired b. like to stay in one place only c. good at taking care their babies d. Move from one place to another place. 45. The purpose of the text is …. a. to tell readers the dangerous gorillas. b. to ask readers save the gorillas‘ lives. c. to describe gorillas’ lives to the readers. d. to invite readers to come and see gorillas more closely. 46. Levi : What did you think about the game? I thought it was great. Tia : So … I. with the final goal in the last minute! Games like that are brilliant.

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a. b. c. d.

did do was am

47. Doctor : What can I do for you? Patient : I’ve got a bit of sore throat. Doctor : Let me take your temperature. It’s 38 degrees. That’s high. Patient : I feel quite hot. Doctor : You’ve got a cold. You … drink plenty of fruit juice. a. might b. can c. should d. may 48. Arrange the words into a good and correct sentence! historical -- in -- magnificent -- some -- the -- are -- city -- There -- buildings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a. b. c. d. 8–6–4–3–1–9–2–5–7 8–6–4–7–1–2–5–3–9 8–6–5-4–7–1–2–3–9 8–6–5–4–1–9–2–5–7

49. 1. People call it crocodile tongue because of the shape which looks like crocodile tongue. 2. Crocodile tongue is a popular plant that we can find anywhere. 3. People use its sticky liquid for shampooing. 4. Its leaves are thick, long and sharp. 5. They are serrated on the both sides. The best order of the sentences to have a good paragraph is … a. b. c. d. 1–2–3–4–5 2–1–4–5–3 2–1–3–5–4 1–2–5–4–3

50. 1. Mozart married Constanza Weber, although his father wasn’t happy about the marriage. 2. His father was one of Europe’s best music teachers. 3. Mozart was born in 1756 in Salzburg in Austria. 4. His childhood was not as happy as other children. 5. His father organized his tours with his older sister. 6. Before he was a teenager, he was composing and touring all over Europe. 7. His father wasn’t happy about the marriage. 8. Mozart and Constanza had six children, but sadly four of their children died 9. His father taught the young Mozart how to play the violin and the piano and made him work very hard.

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10. Mozart and his wife loved spending money! Mozart always had money problems. The best order of the sentences to have a good paragraph is … a. b. c. d. 3 – 2 – 6 – 10 – 4 – 5 – 7 – 1 – 8 - 9 3 – 2 – 4 – 8 – 6 – 5 – 1 – 10 – 8 - 7 3 – 2 – 10 – 9 – 6 – 8 – 1 – 7 – 5 - 4 3 – 2 – 4 – 9 – 6 – 5 – 1 – 7 – 8 - 10

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