March 13, 2019

Soal UNBK USBN Bahasa Inggris SMP/MTs: Prediksi Versi 6

TRY OUT UNBK/USBN BAHASA INGGRIS TINGKAT SMP


Multiple choice questions

Directions: Choose the best answer for each question.
    Questions 1 to 4 refer to the following text.
    The word "marine" comes from the Latin word "mare" which means "sea". Marine life means all the animal and plant species that live in the waters of the sea.

    On the surface of the sea there are tiny floating plants and animals, including the eggs and young of larger animals and jellyfishes, that are called plankton. The plankton is important because a great many fishes feed on it.

    Several kinds of animals such as crabs, lobsters, shrimps, squids, octopuses, mollusks (shellfish of all kinds), anemones and sponges live on the seashore. Such animals can also be found on the continental shelf, but the animals that live in the deeper waters are usually larger.

  1. What is the best title for the above text?
    1. Seashore Animals
    2. Marine Life
    3. Floating Plankton
    4. Sea Surface Life
  2. What does paragraph 2 talk about?
    1. The sea surface
    2. Animals' eggs
    3. Fish feed on plankton
    4. Plankton
  3. According to the text, these animals can live on the continental shelf, except ....
    1. crabs
    2. whales
    3. ctopuses
    4. squids
  4. "... is important ...." (paragraph 2)
    The underlined word means ....
    1. very small
    2. necessary
    3. potential
    4. interesting

  5. Complete the dialog.
    Librarian : "Show me your library card, please."
    Student : "Oops. ... I forgot to bring it."
    Librarian : "If that's the case, you can't borrow this book."
    1. Here you are.
    2. 'm sorry
    3. I'm sad
    4. With pleasure
  6. Complete the dialog.
    Rahma : "I heard that Ani has received a scholarship."
    Umi : "Yes, you're right. She is not only smart ... can speak English well."
    1. but
    2. but also
    3. and
    4. also
  7. Complete the dialog.
    Mother : "What are you looking for?"
    Son : "Some food. I am starving."
    Mother : "It's in the fridge."
    Son : "... nothing here, Mom."
    1. There is
    2. There are
    3. There isn't
    4. There aren't
  8. Complete the dialog.
    Susanti : "I'd like to buy some apples, please."
    Fruit seller: "... do you want?"
    Susanti : "The green ones."
    1. Which
    2. How many
    3. How much
    4. What
  9. Complete the dialog.
    Erwan : "How was your vacation?"
    Riko : "It was great. ...."
    Erwan : "I'm happy to hear that."
    Riko : "Thanks."
    1. We will enjoy it.
    2. We would enjoy it.
    3. We have been enjoying it.
    4. We really enjoyed it.
  10. Rini: "Do you like gardening, too?"
    Putri: "Yes, I do, but my garden is not as large as yours."
    Question:
    What do we know from the above dialog?
    1. Putri's garden is smaller than Rini's.
    2. Rini's garden is smaller than Putri's.
    3. Putri's garden is the same size as Rini's.
    4. They don't share the same hobby.
  11. Complete the dialog.
    Dion: "Dad, I have a sore throat. It hurts to swallow my food."
    Father: "Have you taken some medicine?"
    Dion: "Yes, but ...."
    Father: "Then I should take you to the doctor."
    1. It helps much.
    2. I'm recovering.
    3. I feel better already.
    4. it doesn't get better
  12. Complete the dialog.
    Tono: "Could you bring me that hammer, please?"
    Tina: ".... Here you are."
    Tono: "Thank you."
    1. Certainly
    2. Don't mention it.
    3. I doubt it.
    4. Of course I am.
  13. Complete the dialog.
    Tri : "Would you like to go to the beach with me this weekend?"
    Ria: "I'm sorry I can't. .... my uncle in Malang."
    1. I was visiting
    2. I had to visit
    3. I visited
    4. I am going to visit
  14. Complete the dialog.
    Ulfa : "Have you got Susi's birthday party invitation? It will be celebrated at Sederhana restaurant next Sunday."
    Dea : "Not yet. I met her yesterday but she didn't say anything about it."
    Ulfa : ".... She has been very busy preparing all the stuff. It might have slipped her mind."
    Eka : "OK. I'll contact her."
    1. Why don't you go to the party?
    2. Will you come with me?
    3. Have you tried to persuade her?
    4. How about asking her about it?
  15. Complete the dialog.
    Dinda : "There will be a good concert in the stadium this Saturday. ... to see it, Mom?"
    Mother: "I'm afraid not. It will be too crowded for a young girl like you."
    1. Are you going
    2. Did I go
    3. Can I go
    4. Will you go
  16. Look at the picture and answer the question.
    TV Ads
    Based on the picture above, we know that ....
    1. Samsung 32N4003 is more expensive than Toshiba 32L5650VJ.
    2. Toshiba 32L5650VJ is less expensive than Samsung 32N4003.
    3. Samsung 32N4003 is as expensive as Toshiba 32L5650VJ.
    4. Samsung 32N4003 is cheaper than Toshiba 32L5650VJ.
  17. Complete the dialog.
    Sari : "Have you ever eaten blueberries?"
    Indah : "No, I haven't. What about you?"
    Sari : "I haven't ...."
    1. too
    2. either
    3. neither
    4. so
  18. Complete the dialog.
    Yuni : "Mom, is an ostrich a bird?"
    Mother : "Yes, it is. Most birds can fly ... an ostrich can't."
    1. and
    2. but
    3. but also
    4. so
  19. Look at the picture and complete the dialog.
    road signDeka: "Be careful. Don't you see that sign?"
    Priska: "Of course. It means ...."
    1. no u-turn
    2. slippery when wet
    3. very crowded traffic
    4. no speeding
  20. Look at the picture and complete the dialog.police
    Kiki : "What did the policeman tell you just now?"
    Toni : "He told me ... here."
    1. not to park
    2. to not park
    3. not park
    4. to be not park
  21. Complete the dialog.
    Rio: Do you need help with the table?
    Edi: No, thanks. It's ... to move.
    1. too heavy
    2. too light
    3. heavy enough
    4. light enough
  22. Complete the dialog.
    Wanda : "I'm starving. Let's try the new restaurant near here."
    Bram : ".... I heard that the food is delicious and quite cheap."
    1. Let's not to.
    2. I disagree with you.
    3. I don't think so.
    4. That's a good idea.
  23. Arrange these words into the correct sentence.
    acquaintedpeopleFriendlywithgettinglikepersonsother
    12345678
    1. 3 – 7 – 5 – 1 – 6 – 4 – 8 – 2
    2. 3 – 2 – 5 – 1 – 6 – 4 – 8 – 7
    3. 3 – 7 – 6 – 1 – 5 – 4 – 8 – 2
    4. 3 – 7 – 6 – 5 – 1 – 4 – 8 – 2
  24. Arrange these words into the correct sentence.
    advancementnegativeTechnologicalandeffectsbothpositivehas
    12345678
    1. 3 - 1 - 8 - 6 - 7 - 4 - 2 - 5
    2. 3 - 8 - 6 - 7 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 1
    3. 3 - 8 - 1 - 6 - 7 - 4 - 2 - 5
    4. 3 - 5 - 8 - 6 - 7 - 4 - 2 - 1
  25. Arrange these words into the correct sentence.
    informationthea lotfindonYouofinternetcan
    123456789
    1. 6 – 9 – 4 – 2 – 8 – 5 – 3 – 7 – 1
    2. 6 – 9 – 4 – 3 – 7 – 8 – 5 – 2 – 1
    3. 6 – 9 – 4 – 2 – 8 – 1 – 3 – 7 – 5
    4. 6 – 9 – 4 – 3 – 7 – 1 – 5 – 2 – 8

  26. Questions 26 to 28 refer to the following text.
    For students who would like to improve their English, now it’s the right time. Join our English club for free and practice speaking English most of the time. If you are interested, see your English teachers and fill out the registration form. Meeting schedule will follow.

  27. What should you do if you are interested?
    1. Fill out a registration form
    2. Practice your English
    3. Find the time for appointment
    4. Follow meeting schedule
  28. Which is true according to the text?
    1. There is no registration fee.
    2. We should arrange a club meeting.
    3. The club is for English teachers.
    4. New members will be tested.
  29. ... fill out the registration form.
    What is the synonym of the underlined word?
    1. identification
    2. enrollment
    3. confirmation
    4. judgement

  30. Questions 29 to 32 refer to the following text.
    Tomatoes grow better in loamy soil than sandy or clayey soil. Loamy soil has good drainage. The soil retains enough water to supply the plant's needs. Sandy soil doesn't retain much water so the plants become water stressed on hot windy days. Clayey soil retains too much water, so the plant's roots become waterlogged.

  31. The text talks about ....
    1. types of soil
    2. how to plant tomatoes
    3. where tomatoes grow well
    4. the difference of soil
  32. Which is NOT true according to the text?
    1. Loamy soil retains sufficient water for plants.
    2. There is very little water in clayey soil.
    3. Sandy soil is not good for plants on hot days.
    4. Plants' roots may get waterlogged in clayey soil.
  33. According to the text, which is the best soil for tomatoes?
    1. Watery soil
    2. Clayey soil
    3. Sandy soil
    4. Loamy soil
  34. Sandy soil doesn't retain much water ....
    Which of the following is the synonym of the underlined word?
    1. Keep
    2. Attract
    3. Reach
    4. Manage

  35. Questions 33 to 35 refer to the following letter.
    The Manager
    PT. Arjuna Air
    Jalan Mangga 53

    I am one of the customers of your flight company. Through this letter, I would like to tell you something about the service of your company.

    Last Monday, I flew to Makassar on flight number AA 739. On the schedule board, it was stated that the plane would depart at 7.00 A.M. In fact, we had to wait for about an hour before we took off. Because of that, I was late to attend an important business meeting with our client.

    I believe you have to pay serious attention to this problem and do your best for your company. I am sure you realize how important the customers are for your company. I do hope that you will consider this letter and make sure that such problem will not happen again in the future. Thank you.

    Yours faithfully,
    Sisca

  36. What is the letter about?
    1. Informing about a late meeting
    2. Responding to a complaint
    3. Complaining about a service
    4. Asking for information
  37. Why was the writer late for meeting?
    1. He arrived late at the airport.
    2. He didn't know the flight schedule.
    3. He forgot the flight schedule
    4. The flight to Makassar was delayed
  38. Which of the following words best describes the writer's feeling?
    1. Disappointed
    2. He didn't know the flight schedule.
    3. He forgot the flight schedule
    4. The flight to Medan was delayed

  39. Questions 36 to 38 refer to the following text.

    CHICKEN WINGS IN SWEET SOY SAUCE

    Main Ingredients
    • 12 chicken wings
    • 120 ml ABC Sweet Soy Sauce (Kecap Manis)
    • 1 large onion (finely chopped)
    • 4 garlic cloves (finely chopped)
    • 5 green chilis (thinly sliced)
    • 150ml Swanson Chicken Broth
    • ½ tablespoon salt
    • ½ teaspoon ground pepper
    • 2 tablespoon cooking oil
    Directions To Cook
    1. In a wok, stir-fry garlic and onions in the cooking oil for 3 mins.
    2. Add green chili and stir-fry for 1 min or until fragrant.
    3. Add chicken wings and cook for 20 mins or longer, stirring regularly.
    4. When chicken is thoroughly cooked, add sweet soy sauce, chicken stock, salt, pepper and simmer for 5 mins or until gravy has thickened to your taste.
    5. Garnish this chicken wings in sweet soy sauce and serve.

  40. What is the purpose of the text?
    1. To tell the reader how to describe chicken wings.
    2. To tell the reader how to make something.
    3. To describe the composition of chicken wings.
    4. To explain the process of garnishing some food.
  41. What should you do after you stir-fry garlic and onions?
    1. Cook the oil for 3 minutes.
    2. Add green chilis into the wok.
    3. Stir chicken wings for 20 minutes.
    4. Put green chilis into chicken wings.
  42. "When chicken is thoroughly cooked, ....
    What is the synonym of the underlined word?
    1. Partially
    2. Half
    3. Completely
    4. Quickly

  43. Questions 39 to 41 refer to the following text.
    Soal UNBK USBN Bahasa Inggris SMP: Prediksi Versi 6
    There was once a boy whose father told him to look after their sheep and watch them as they grazed on the grass fields everyday. The boy was unhappy. He wanted to run and play, not watch the boring sheep. He wanted to have some fun. He cried, "Wolf! Wolf!". Soon, the entire village came running with wooden sticks and stones to chase away the wolf. Once they saw that there was no wolf, they left muttering about how the boy was wasting their time and making them worried. The next day, the boy again cried, "Wolf! Wolf!" and the villagers again rushed to chase the wolf away.

    As the boy laughed, the villagers left, some angrier than the others. The third day, the boy suddenly saw a wolf attacking his sheep. He cried as hard as he could, "Wolf! Wolf! WOLF!", but the villagers thought he was trying to fool them again and did not come to rescue the sheep. The little boy lost three sheep that day, all because of the joke he had made before.

  44. What is the moral of the story?
    1. Carelessness will bring us regret.
    2. Do not play with danger.
    3. No one will believe a liar.
    4. Good deeds will bring you fortune.
  45. What is the purpose of the text?
    1. To describe what the boy should do.
    2. To explain why the boy lost his sheep.
    3. To entertain the readers.
    4. To give information about a boy.
  46. What is the synonym of the underlined word?
    1. Whole
    2. All
    3. Only
    4. Partial

  47. Questions 42 to 44 refer to the following text.
    Bell The Cat

    There was once a grocer who lived in a town. He got really worried because a lot of mice lived in his grocery shop. The mice ate everything and spoiled all the bags, the bread, biscuits and fruits in the shop.

    One day, he bought a nice, big cat. The cat soon hunted the mice and killed them. The mice could not move freely now. The cat might eat them up any time.

    The mice wanted to do something. They held a meeting to find a way to get rid of the cat. Then, a smart looking mouse stood up and said, "The cat moves softly. That is the problem. If we can tie a bell around her neck, then things will be fine. We can know the movements of the cat".

    "Yes, that is answer," stated all the mice. An old mouse slowly stood up and asked, "Who would tie the bell?" There was no one there to answer this question.

  48. What is the moral of the story?
    1. Cats and mice can never be friends.
    2. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
    3. We should get rid of the mice in our home.
    4. Empty solutions are of no worth.
  49. In your opinion, why did nobody answer the old mouse's question?
    1. The mice didn't know who gave them the impossible solution.
    2. None of the mice wanted to tie the bell around the cat's neck.
    3. All of the mice were possibly afraid of the old mouse.
    4. Because without the bell, the mice didn't know the movements of the cat.
  50. What is the synonym of the underlined word?
    1. Ate
    2. Bit
    3. Destroyed
    4. Took

  51. Arrange these sentences into a good paragraph.

    1. For example, snakes can be useful to farmers.
    2. They feed on the farmers' chickens.
    3. Animals, like plants, can be both useful and harmful to man.
    4. However, snakes can be harmful to farmers too.
    5. They feed on mice which destroy grains in the field.
    1. 3 - 2 - 1 - 5 - 4
    2. 3 - 1 - 2 - 4 - 5
    3. 3 - 4 - 2 - 5 - 1
    4. 3 - 1 - 5 - 4 - 2
  52. Arrange these sentences into a good paragraph.

    1. The housefly's saliva may contain germs, which may cause illness.
    2. Then it sucks in the partly-digested food.
    3. The germs will be passed on to the person who eats the food.
    4. The housefly is a pest that spreads diseases.
    5. To prevent this, we should always cover our food.
    6. When a housefly feeds, it puts saliva onto the food to partly digest it.
    1. 4 - 6 - 2 - 1 - 3 - 5
    2. 6 - 4 - 5 - 1 - 2 - 3
    3. 4 - 5 - 6 - 1 - 2 - 3
    4. 6 - 5 - 2 - 1 - 3 - 4
  53. Question 47 refers to the following advertisement
    Soal UNBK USBN Bahasa Inggris SMP: Prediksi Versi 6
  54. Who will probably be interested in the advertisement?
    1. People who want to buy new shoes.
    2. People who want to repair their shoes.
    3. People who wish to polish their new shoes.
    4. People who want to clean their new shoes.

  55. Fill the underlined blank space with the correct word
    Anthony was a very lazy boy and always used to postpone things. One day, he came to know that he had won the first prize in a singing competition that ...(i)... the previous month. He was asked to collect the prize the same day. He didn't care and ...(ii)... to collect the prize the next day. But the prize became ...(iii)... for him. It was a ticket to a circus show on the previous day.
    Anthony learnt a lesson from this. He promised himself not to postpone things anymore.
  56. ...(i)....
    1. were held
    2. held
    3. hold
    4. was held
  57. ...(ii)....
    1. went
    2. go
    3. goes
    4. gone
  58. ...(iii)....
    1. using
    2. usage
    3. useful
    4. useless
This is the end of the test

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