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DEPARTEMEN PENDIDIKAN NASIONAL

SEKOLAH MENENGAH ATAS


ULANGAN UMUM SEMESTER 1

Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris


Kelas : XI IPA

1. The tourist wouldn’t have got lost on his way to the castle if he had followed the
direction.
From the statement we know that .
a. the tourist arrived at the castle on time
b. the direction was not very clear
c. the way to the castle was not too far for the tourist
d. the tourist made a wrong journey to the castle
e. the tourist went to the castle with guide

2. “Had Sari been able to speak English fluently, the Dean would undoubtedly have
chosen her to attend the International Student Conference in England.”
From the above sentence we may conclude that ...
a. Sari attended various English course before she entered the university
b. Sari was very happy that she got a chance to visit England
c. Sari refused to go to the conference as she couldn’t speak English fluently
d. Sari did not go to England for the International Student conference
e. Sari regretted so much that she had never taken any course

3. ‘If I had known you needed a camera for your project, I could have lent you mine’
‘Oh, ... .
a. thanks a lot for the camera
b. I didn’t know you had a camera
c. I’ll borrow it from you then
d. Thanks, it’s an excellent camera
e. I’ll soon return it

4. “Had I know you were expecting a call, I wouldn’t have used the phone so long.”
The underlined words mean ... .
a. I would like to talk on the phone
b. I was about to use the phone
c. I kept talking on the phone
d. I was waiting to use the phone
e. I stopped talking on the phone

5. ‘Had the make-up class been announced earlier, more students would have attended
the lecture.’
From the above sentence we may conclude that ...
a. no students came to make-up class
b. many students knew about the make-up class
c. student didn’t want to attend the make-up class
d. many students missed the make-up class
e. the make-up class was not announced

6. If our school had been able to get enough sponsors for our marching band, we would
have participated in the festival in March
We may conclude that ...
a. the donated funds were insufficient
b. there were many donors
c. we were not able to go
d. we succeeded in getting a trophy
e. we refused to take part
7. “Could you please book me on the text flight to mexico city?”
“I’m sorry, Sir. Our airline ... to Mexico city.”
a. will not fly
b. has not been flying
c. didn’t fly
d. was able to fly
e. doesn’t fly

8. ‘Where is Caty?’
‘I don’t know. In fact I ... any of our friends since i arrived.
a. did not see
b. was not seeing
c. have not seen
d. do not see
e. had not seen

9. ‘When did hte guest come yesterday?’


‘When she ... cooking.’
a. had just finished
b. is finishing
c. was finishing
d. has finished
e. finishes

10. The foreman said: "Finish your task and do it well!." It means…
a. the foreman asked to finish his task and to do it well
b. the foreman ordered me to finish my task and to do it well
c. the foreman asked me to finish my task and do it well
d. the foreman told me to finish his task and do it well
e. the foreman told me finish your task and do it well
11. Setiawan told me, “I will return your bicycle as soon as I come home today,”Means
Setiawan told me that……
a. I would return his bicycle as soon as I come home that day
b. We would return my bicycle as soon as he come home that day
c. He will return my bicycle as soon As he come home that day
d. He would have returned my bicycle As soon as he had come home that day
e. He would return my bicycle As soon as he came home that day

12. My friend said to me: "Can I find you a hotel?" Means…


a. my friend asked me if I could help me find a hotel
b. I wondered me if my friend could help me find a hotel
c. My friend said that I could help him find a hotel
d. My friend asked me whether me could help me find a hotel
e. My friend asked me whether he could help me find a hotel

A LANE GOING UP THE HILL

It was a heavy rainstorm in Kampung Sepang, Jabri and Hill had just finished their
dinner together at Jabri’s house. They were sitting in the living room for coffee and
conversation, hoping the rain would stop soon.
It was half past eleven at night and the downpour was showing no signs of stopping.
“Looks like you’ll have to spend the night here, Halil. “Said Jabri. “No way,” Halil said,
“I’ve to be at work early tomorrow morning.”
A few moment later Hilal got into the car, started the engine, and said good night to
Jabri.
Something told him that he shouldn’t have turned off the lane going up the hill, but it
was the shortest way home. He knew that lane. It ran across from an Old Chinese
cemetery. There were no lights, no cars, no people, just Hilal and his car.
All of sudden a white shape appeared in the middle of the lane. Halil shone hi beam of
light in that direction. The white shape turned to Halil. He saw a pair of crimson eyes
staring at him. It was long-haired woman in a long white dress. She grinned at Halil. At
once, Halil felt his blood freeze. His heartbeat stopped. His mouth opened but the was
speechless. His eyes opened wide in terror.
Suddenly, consciousness came into his mind. He quickly reversed his car and sped
away just in time.
“I think I’II take up your offer to spend the night here after all, “Halil told Jabri s his legs
trembled.

13. What is the type of the text?


a. report
b. narrative
c. analytical hortatory
d. analytical exposition
e. recount

14. The schematic structure of the text above is..!


a. orientation – event – reorientation
b. orientation – evaluation – complication – resolution
c. general classification – description
d. orientation – description - thesis
e. thesis – argument – reiteration

15. The function of the text is to …


a. to tell the reader about past expperience
b. To persuade the reader or listener that something should be the case
c. to persuade the the reader
d. to explain how something is occurred
e. to persuade the reder to explain something

16. What tense is mostly used in the text?


a. Simple past tense
b. Future tense
c. Present perfect
d. Simple present tense
e. Present continuous
You may have known the difference between money market and stock exchange.
Money market is the body of bankers, financiers, etc whose operations decide the rates
of interest on borrowed capital. Stock exchange is a place where stocks and shares are
bought and sold. Every big city in the world has a stock exchange such as New York,
London, Jakarta, even Surabaya. These cities are financial centers.
Many of the world’s business activities today is impossible without stocks and
bonds. Stocks and bonds are certificates that corporations sell to the public to raise
money. Starting a new company or buying new equipment for an existing company
usually requires a very large amount of money. The amount may be too large to borrow
from a bank or from several persons. The company’s finance should be strong enough to
develop productivity. To raise money, the company sells thousands, sometimes millions
of shares and stocks or thousands of rupiah worth bonds. Stocks an bonds are also
called securities. Those who buy securities are called investors. They invest money to the
company. Careful investment of their capital will result in good income

Answer the question!

17. What is the type of the text?


a. report
b. narrative
c. description
d. procedure
e. exposition

18. The schematic structure of the text above is..!


a. orientation – event – reorientation
b. orientation – evaluation – complication – resolution
c. general classification – description
d. orientation – description
e. general statement – description
19. The function of the text is to …
a. to give the report about the market
b. to describe the things
c. to entertain the reader
d. to persuade the the reader
e. to explain how something is occurred

20. What tense is mostly used in the text?


a. Simple past tense
b. Future tense
c. Present perfect
d. Simple present tense
e. Present continuous

21. “Many of the worlds business……” paragraph 2. we can substitute the word “many “
with
a. a number of
b. the number of
c. much
d. few
e. little

22. ‘If I had known that you were in Bandung, I would have shown you some interesting
places.’
‘ .’
a. Thank for showing me around Bandung
b. Thank you, I will really enjoy that
c. I’m sorry, I did not have time to write you before I left for Bandung
d. That’s good idea. I haven’t had time to go around Bandung
e. Yes, it was such an interesting places
23. If he more confident during the interview, he might have got the job he wanted.
a. were
b. could have been
c. was being
d. would be
e. had been

24. ‘What if your father asks you about the scratch on his new car?’
‘I that it’s my faulth.’
a. simply told him
b. am simply telling him
c. will simply tell him
d. would simply tell him
e. would simply have told him

25. “Had the company been fair in giving the bonuses, the employees would not have
gone on strike.”
From the above sentence we may conclude that .
a. the employees are still going on strike
b. the company gave the employees fair bonuses
c. the employees were not given bonuses at all
d. the company has lost many employees
e. the employees were very dissatisfied

26. ‘Why didn’t you buy those shoes? You seemed to like them.’
‘I would have if they had been cheaper.’
The answer means .
a. I didn’t buy the shoes
b. I was not against the price
c. The shoes were too expensive
d. I looked for a more expensive pair
e. The shoes were a bargain
27. ‘Do you know that Fido had withdrawn his money from the bank just before it was
liquidated?’
‘Oh yes, otherwise he a great deal.
a. lost d. would lose
b. has lost e. had lost
c. would have lost

28. The man hit by a car yesterday would have died if doctors had not immediately
operated on him.
From the above sentence, we may conclude that .
a. the man will be immediately operated ona
b. the man is still alive
c. it’s too late to save the man
d. the man died after the operation
e. the doctors did not operate on him

29. If Kaavi had chosen to play football instead of going to Puncak with his friends of their
motorbikes, he would not have got that terrible accident.
From the above sentence we may conclude that now Kaavi is .
a. enjoy the holiday
b. still at the football field
c. in Puncak
d. hospitalized

30. Where is my dictionary?", Rini ask. The underlined word means that Rini wanted to
know …
a. Where my dictionary is
b. Where my dictionary was
c. Where her dictionary was
d. Where her dictionary are
e. Where his dictionary are
31. Prabu said to me, "Do you close the windows at night?"
The indirect form is:
Prabu asked me … at night.
a. that closed the windows
b. if I closed the windows
c. whether you closed the windows
d. whether I close the windows
e. that you closed the window

32. "I have been working here for ten years", Fini told. It means…
a. she had worked there for ten years
b. she had been working here for ten years
c. she had been working there for ten years
d. she has been working there for ten years
e. she had worked here for ten years

33. "Are you all right?" Prabu wondered. Prabu wondered, whether…
a. I was all right
b. I were all right
c. He would all right
d. He was all right
e. He were all right

34. I asked Bob …


a. Where did he come from?
b. From were was he coming?
c. From which he came
d. Where he came
e. From where he is

35. The foreman said: "Finish your task and do it well!." It means…
a. the foreman asked to finish his task and to do it well
b. the foreman ordered me to finish my task and to do it well
c. the foreman asked me to finish my task and do it well
d. the foreman told me to finish his task and do it well
e. the foreman told me finish your task and do it well

36. Setiawan told me, “I will return your bicycle as soon as I come home today,”Means
Setiawan told me that……
a. I would return his bicycle as soon as I come home that day
b. We would return my bicycle as soon as he come home that day
c. He will return my bicycle as soon As he come home that day
d. He would have returned my bicycle As soon as he had come home that day
e. He would return my bicycle As soon as he came home that day

37. My friend said to me: "Can I find you a hotel?" Means…


a. my friend asked me if I could help me find a hotel
b. I wondered me if my friend could help me find a hotel
c. My friend said that I could help him find a hotel
d. My friend asked me whether me could help me find a hotel
e. My friend asked me whether he could help me find a hotel

38. “Come here !” She said


She asked me …..
a. To come here
b. To be come here
c. To be come there
d. To come there
e. Been come there

39. Tono said to us : “Your teacher are my


teacher too.”
What did Tono tell you ?
a. Our teacher were his teachers
b. Your teacher were our teacher
c. His teacher were your teacher
d. His teacher ware my teacher
e. My teacher were his teacher

40. “Where do you live ?” Emi Asked


Emi asked me…..
a. How I was
b. Where I lived
c. Why I came
d. When I live
e. Where I live