DINAS PENDIDIKAN DAN KEBUDAYAAN SMP NEGERI 3 LAWANG UJIAN NASIONAL TULIS KEWENANGAN SEKOLAH TAHUN PELAJARAN 2007

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BAHASA INGGRIS IX (Sembilan) JUMAT , 23 MEI 2008 120 menit

PETUNJUK UMUM: 1. Tulis nama, kelas, nomor peserta, Anda pada lembar jawab. 2. Arsirlah atau hitamkan huruf A, B, C, dan D yang menurut Anda merupakan jawaban yang paling tepat. 3. Gunakan pensil 2B, dan penghapus karet yang baik. 4. Apabila ingin mengganti jawaban hapuslah jawaban tersebut dengan karet penghapus dan arsir/ hitamkan jawaban yang benar.

Black Beauty Farmer Gray was the kindest master in the world. He was proud of me, and called me Black Beauty. I had a white spot on my forehead and one white foot. He trained me to pull a carriage. Then I learn to wear a saddle and carry a rider on my back. One day, Farmer Gray said. “ A good horse like you do not live on a farm. So you will be going to live with Squire Gordon and his family. “I was very sad to leave my mother and my home.” However, when I saw my masters I knew I would be happy with them. They lived in a big mansion and welcomed me warmly. Mrs. Gordon was pale and ill, but she smiled when she saw me. The groom who looked after the stables was John Manly. He loved horses. He introduced me to Merrylegs, the children’s pony, Ginger, and old mare. She was not a bad horse, but had been ill-treated in the past.

Taken from : Bulletin Intensive English Course No. 17, November 2000

1. What did Black Beauty learn from Farmer Gray? a. Working in a farm. b. Running in a farm. c. Carrying a rider. d. Pulling a carriage. 2. Why was the horse sad to leave Farmer Gray? a. Farmer Gray didn‟t love it. c. It couldn‟t stand living on a farm. b. It loved Farmer Gray. d. Farmer Gray hated it.

3. “He trained me to pull a rider on my back.” (paragraph 1) What does the underlined word mean? a. Taught. b. Learned. c. Studied. 4. Look at the photograph! Both of the persons have ... noses. a. big b. flat c. small d. pointed

d. Imitated

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Text for no 5 to 8 Transportation There are some railways on Java island. The great railway was built to link the DKI province, West Java, Central Java, the DIY and East Java. Today there are the Mutiara, the Senja Utama, the Parahyangan, the Pajajaran, the Mataram train, and the Argo Bromo train. We can go in the compartment of business class or executive class. Railways have faced competition from other means of transportation. People can go from one place to another by bus, private car, taxi, truck, van, “angkutan kota” and “angkutan pedesaan”. Most of the roads are good enough for the buses and cars to pass. But some roads are very bad. The buses and the cars bump along the rough road. The roads are bumpy. The road range from small gravel side roads to great concrete superhighways. Great concrete superhighways are found in Jakarta, West Java and in Surabaya. The Jagorawi toll concrete road connects Jakarta, Bogor and Ciawi. Every day thousands of vehicles travel this scenic highways. People in rural areas and in isolated areas need bicycles,”angkutan pedesaan”, “ojek” and “becaks”. They are still vital to the development of natural resources or agricultural products in isolated areas. Even in Kalimantan, people can go from one place to another by boats along the Mahakam and the Kapuas rivers. From Surabaya to Madura, and from Banyuwangi to Bali island people can go by ferry. Indonesia‟s three main airlines are Garuda Indonesia Airways, Sempati Air and Merpati Airlines. Helicopters are used for observing the traffic jams along the roads in the north, coastal areas in West Java and Central Java. 5. How is the condition of most of the roads? a. No roads are suitable to drive on. b. Some of the roads are in good condition. c. Roads condition are getting better and better. d. Most roads are in bad condition. ... transportation is commonly used in Kalimantan because of the availability of big rivers. a. Air b. Land c. Public d. Water People drive ... along the superhighway. a. slowly b. very fast c. very slowly d. not too fast

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“We can go in the compartment of business class of executive class.” (paragraph 1) “We” in the sentence refers to .... a. the train crew members b. the writer and friends c. passengers of the train d. you and your friends 9 to 11

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We are now living in a small tiny world.You just sit on your chair, read the ... (9), listen to the radio and watch the news and … (10) that happens on the other parts of the world from a radio and ...(11) to explore the universe.This mass media technology develops day after day. 9. a. brochure b. journal c. magazine d. newspaper

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10 a. events 11. a. internet

b. stories b. telephone

c. articles c. television

d. advertisements d. walky talky

12. Which is true according to the picture? a. This animal is very tall. It likes to eat meat. Everyone likes to ride on its back. b. This animal is very dangerous because it is wild. Grass is its favorite food. c. It is a big animal. It is grey. Many people like to hunt it because its ivory is very expensive. d. It is a cute animal. Children like to have it. It eats carrots.

13. Arrange the paragraphs into a good text by looking at the pictures! 1. Our government realizes this and has taken some steps to prevent the problem. Some regulations have been issued to protect the forests. In addition, reforestation project are being carried out. 2. Unfortunately many of us didn‟t know about the importance of forest for us. We cut the trees carelessly and irresponsibility. 3. Some years ago Indonesia was very famous because of having lot of forest trees. Many scientists from other countries came here for a research. 4. The effect of cutting down the trees came true. Flood happened everywhere. Many people lost their houses and their wealth. a. 2, 3, 4, 1 b. 3, 2, 4, 1 c. 2, 4, 3, 1 16! d. 4, 3, 2, 1 Read the notice below to answer questions 14 to

WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE One pirate by the name of Edward Teach Also known as “Black beard” : Big, about 100 kg Tall, about 1,9 m Usually dressed in black clothes and boots. Striking Features : A long black beard, plaited and tied with coloured ribbons. Sometimes fuses are hidden under his hat and they burn and give out smoke. Reputation : Irritable and trigger-happy Bad Habit : Uses foul language all the time. His crime : Robbery on high seas Murder Beware! This man is armed and dangerous. Appearance

REWARD – £1000 from the King’s treasury
14. What is Edward Teach? a. A sailor. b. A pirate. c. A thief. d. A king.

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15. The notice is about .... a. a man dressing in black and unarmed c. striking features of Edward Teach

b. seeking a robber and murderer d. a reward from Edward Teach

16. Which sentence is NOT TRUE according to the notice? a. The pirate‟s name is Edward Teach. b. Besides a robber, the pirate is also a murderer. c. One who can catch him will get £1000. d. If you can catch the pirate, you must immediately kill him. 17. 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 18. 1. It is different from that jasmine. Look at that jasmine. 2. But you must be careful. There are thorns on the stem. 3. These roses are beautiful. 4. Besides the smell is nice. 5. It is beautiful, and there are no thorns. The best arrangement to be a good paragraph is .... a. 3 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 4 b. 3 – 5 – 4 – 2 – 1 c. 3 – 2 – 1 – 4 – 5 d. 3 – 2 – 1 – 5 – 4 19. Zidan : Mulhaim : Zidan : Mulhaim : a. Both of 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. b. All of c. Each d. None of

20. Chaidar : Why do we have to save our forests, Mom? Mother : Because they are very important for us. Chaidar : Are they? Mother : Yes. They …. keep the balance of the environment … produce wood. a. Not only – but also b. Either – or c. Both – and d. Neither – nor 21. Nindi Nanda Nindi Nanda a. is 22. Dona Dodi Dona Dodi Dona Dodi : Can you mention some people working on newspapers? : Yes.Among them are journalists, editors, caricaturists, and columnists. : I see. And can you tell me who edits the articles before they are printed out? : The editor .... b. did c. does d. do : : : : : :

How did Mirna swim in the swimming contest? She swam quickly. Really? How about Vera? She swam quicker than Mirna. And Rosa? 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

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23.Ari Mom Ari Mom

Mom, may I climb the star fruit 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 star fruit tree. Ari : Thank you, mom. a. don‟t move b. watch out c. don‟t come any closer d. be careful

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24. Mr. Chan : Have you been to “Mecca”? Mr. Jaya : Yes. What about you? Mr. Chan : ... . I went there in 2002. a. I did too b. neither have I c. So have I

d. So did I

25 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 26. 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. 13. 1. It is different from that jasmine. Look at that jasmine. 2. But you must be careful. There are thorns on the stem. 3. These roses are beautiful. 4. Besides the smell is nice. 5. It is beautiful, and there are no thorns. The best arrangement to be a good paragraph is .... a. 3 – 1 – 2 – 5 – 4 b. 3 – 5 – 4 – 2 – 1 c. 3 – 2 – 1 – 4 – 5 d. 3 – 2 – 1 – 5 – 4 27. What is being advertised? a. An address b. A hotel c. A special discount d. Available rooms 28.The phone number for the reservation service is …. a. 5307030 b. 5307034 c. 5307020 d. 53011420 29. Which is NOT TRUE about Hotel Petamburan II according to the text? a. People can contact the hotel by phone. b. It provides a pool to swim. c. The lowest tariff is US$ 32.5. d. People cannot hold a meeting at the hotel. 30. For group – special rates.” What is meant by “special rates?” a. Special room b. Special charge c. Complete facilities d. Certain number of people

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31.Joan : Hi, Study the picture! Herman is both playing a guitar and singing through the microphone. The underlined word means .... a. a device to hit the drum b. a musical instrument c. an electrical power of the band d. a device to make sound louder

Dance
Dance is rhythmic movement of the body. In every country people dance. To dance means move the body and feet in time to music. Dance and music, like brother and sister, belong to the same family. They are both based on movement and ryhtm in time. People rarely dance without music. If they don‟t have musical instruments to play, they sing, clap their hands or stamp their feet, instead. Man has always felt the need of the express himself through movement. To this day hand clapping and finger snapping are practiced as accompaniment to dancing. 32.The main idea of paragraph 1 is…. a. The story about a dance b. Dances in the islands of Bali c. Music and movement in a dance d. Dance as a traditional in Bali

33.What does to dance mean? a. Rhythmic movement of the body b. Move the body and feet in time in music c. Move the body without music d. Express to movement 34.„They are both based on movement and rhythm in time‟(Paragraph 1) What does the word they refer to? a. People b. Dances c. Dance and music d. Brother and sister 35.The followings are not true about people do if they don‟t have musical instruments, except…. a. people sing b. clap their hands c. stamp their feet d. express to movement 36.What are practiced as an accompaniment to dancing to this day? a. musical instrument c. movements b. hand clapping and finger snapping d. rhythm 37.To offer some help we say the following , except…. a. What can I do for you? c. If you like I could…. b. Is there anything I can do? d. You are most kind 38.Vicky : Would you like to come to my sister‟s wedding party next Sunday, Mr.Jones? Jones : That‟s very kind of you, but I don‟t think I can. Have a nice party . Vicky : Thank you ,Sir The underlined expression in the dialogue above is used for ____ a. asking people to do something c. asking for information b. introducing people d. inviting people

39.Yunita Yessi

: Do you want to listen to my new cassette? : I’d love to

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The underlined words mean ____ a. Susilo wants Yudho to listen to the new cassette b. Yudho is eager to listen to the new cassette c. Yudho need Susilo „s new cassette d. Susilo wants Yudho to listen to his new cassette 40. a. b. c. d. Choose the correct statement ! Don‟t speaking loudly ! Please, don‟t speak loudly Would you speak not loudly ? Not speaking loudly !

ESSAY 1. Arrange set 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

these sentences into a good order to explain how to operate a TV Press the power button Choose the best program you want to watch Adjust the volume First plug the cable into an electric outlet Watch and enjoy the program dance - the famous - and. is Jogjakarta -

2. a - Srimpi - traditional in - Java - Central

3. Fill in the blanks with the right question tags a. I am a good student , ___ ? b. Mrs. Asih doesn‟t work at the bank,____ ? c. The train will depart at 03.00 p.m _______ ? d. You have never been to Puncak ,_____ ? 4. Our Forests Indonesia is famous for its rich natural resources. One of the resources comes from the forests. Many parts of islands are still covered by dense forests. We can find them in Kalimantan, Sumatra, Sulawesi, and Irian Jaya. Our forest produce timbers, rattans, resins, rubbers, and many other important exporting commodities. The forest also have other functions namely as reservation, prevention of the flood, purification of air pollution and recreation objects. The forests can reserve a lot of water during the rainy season. The government builds reservoirs and the farmer can use it in the dry season. They prevent the rivers from flood because not all of the water comes to the rivers. The forest can purify the air pollution, because trees need carbondyoxide from the air and exhale oxygen into the air. We can find many kinds of fauna and flora in the forests. So, we should have to do our best to keep the forests safe and prevent them from damage.

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Where can we find the dense forests in Indonesia ? What are the exporting commodities that are produced by our Who builds the reservoir ? Why can the forest purify the air pollution ? What is the function of a reservoir ?

forests ?

a. Change the sentence into Passive Voive : Ani buys some apples everyday b. Change the sentence into negative Form : Mr. Rosup swept the floor yesterday c. Fill the sentences with appropriate verbs based on the picture. 1. My father always ________ Jawa Pos newspaper in the morning before he goes to the office.

2. Ruben always spends his leisure time by _____ in the river.

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