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June 22, 2024

Soal Olimpiade & Ujian Sekolah Bahasa Inggris Elementary SD - SMP: Paket Soal 4A

ai, siswa siswi hebat. Mister Guru sekali lagi akan membagikan salinan otentik dan contoh soal Olimpiade Bahasa Inggris Tingkat SMP / MTs yang dilombakan di SMKN 1 Probolinggo pada tahun 2022 kemarin. Kalian bisa menggunakannya sebagai bahan persiapan mengikuti Olimpiade bahasa Inggris atau sebagai bahan pengayaan dan pendalaman materi menghadapi ujian sekolah bahasa Inggris. Yuk, uji kesiapan kalian dalam menghadapi soal-soal ujian Bahasa Inggris. Selamat mengerjakan.
Multiple Choice Questions
Choose the best answer; A, B, C, or D to each question.
Read the following text to answer questions no. 1 - 2
  1. What should you NOT do according to the text?
    1. Refuel the car’s engine regularly
    2. Turn on the engine while refueling
    3. Drive your car into the refuel area
    4. Switch off the car’s ignition key
  2. Where do we usually see the above notice?
    1. Car dealers
    2. Car garages
    3. Repair shop
    4. Gas station
  3. Read the following text to answer questions no. 3 - 5
    English Olympiad Text 1
  4. What is the purpose of the letter?
    1. To certify an examination passing grade.
    2. To congratulate an examination committee.
    3. To remind someone of his/her examination.
    4. To congratulate someone on his/her success.
  5. What is NOT mentioned in the letter?
    1. The writer’s intention
    2. The writer’s name
    3. The recipient’s name
    4. The type of examination
  6. “... congratulate you on passing your exam”.
    What is the antonym of the underlined word?
    1. Succeeding
    2. Failing
    3. Doing
    4. Taking
  7. Read the dialogue below and answer questions no. 6 - 10
    Cindy:Ray, I don’t think I’ll be able to join tomorrow’s practice session.
    Ray:Why, Cindy? We need you. It’s an important session before our team’s performance on Saturday.
    Cindy:I’ve got a temperature. I think I’m catching a cold.
    Ray:Oh, that’s too bad. What should we do now?
    Cindy:I’ve decided to take a rest and stay in bed today. Let’s hope things will get better tomorrow so I can attend the practice session.
    Ray:I hope so. We won’t be able to perform without you.
    Cindy:OK. I’ll do everything to get better. Let’s chat again tomorrow morning.
    Ray:All right. Take some rest and some medicine, Cindy. I hope you get well soon.
    Cindy:I will. Thanks, Ray.
  8. What is the main topic of the conversation?
    1. The practice schedules
    2. The team’s performance
    3. Cindy’s sickness
    4. Ray’s condition
  9. From the dialogue, we know that ....
    1. Cindy plays an important role in the team.
    2. Cindy will not be able to perform on Saturday.
    3. Ray will do everything to perform for Cindy.
    4. Ray will find Cindy’s replacement in the team.
  10. Which is NOT true according to the dialogue?
    1. The team’s practice session will take place on Saturday.
    2. Ray thinks the team won’t perform well without Cindy.
    3. Cindy will try her best to come to the practice session.
    4. Ray hopes that Cindy will come to the practice session.
  11. Cindy says, “I’ve got a temperature.”
    It means that ....
    1. She feels the weather is hot.
    2. She’s got a thermometer.
    3. She is having a fever.
    4. She will check her temperature.
  12. What is the most probable relationship between the speakers?
    1. Relatives
    2. Friends
    3. Doctor and patient
    4. Teacher and student
  13. Look at the picture and answer the questions no. 11 - 14
    Car Comparison
  14. The silver car is ....
    1. the oldest
    2. as cheap as the red one
    3. the most expensive
    4. the older
  15. The blue car is ... than the red one.
    1. cheaper
    2. newest
    3. older
    4. newer
  16. The red car is ... the blue one.
    1. as expensive as
    2. the same as
    3. more expensive than
    4. newer than
  17. Which of these sentences is NOT true based on the above picture?
    1. The silver car is the most expensive of all.
    2. The silver car is not as expensive as the red one.
    3. The red car has the same price as the blue one.
    4. The blue car is not as old as the silver one.

  18. The assignment was rather difficult, ... my sister offered to help us.
    1. because
    2. although
    3. so
    4. but
  19. Ali: I think Santi’s personality is really amazing.
    Hari: Yes, I think so. She is not only friendly ... helpful.
    1. but
    2. also
    3. but also
    4. and
  20. Indri: Did you see Mr. Abu this morning?
    Cita: Yes, I did. When I walked past his house, he ... the lawn.
    1. has mown
    2. was mowing
    3. mows
    4. is mowing
  21. Adi: Excuse me. ....
    Stranger: The museum? It’s just over there, next to the park.
    Adi: Thank you.
    1. Could you tell me where the museum is?
    2. Which bus should we take to the museum?
    3. I think we should take a taxi to the museum.
    4. Do you mind taking me to the museum?
  22. Your friend has just won an English speech contest. You come to her, shake her hand, and say ....
    1. Good luck! I know you will make it.
    2. Well, you should’ve done much better.
    3. Cheer up! I'm sure you will do better next time.
    4. Congratulations! I’m very proud of you.
  23. Complete the text based on the picture below.
    Home Interior
    This is our ...(a).... There is a round orange carpet and a brown sofa ...(b)... of the room. Next to the sofa, there is a ...(c).... There is a window ...(d).... the sofa. The window is ...(e).... There is a ...(f)... next to the window. There are ...(g)... and a picture on it.
  24. ...(a)....
    1. kitchen
    2. bedroom
    3. livingroom
    4. bathroom
  25. ...(b)....
    1. at the back
    2. opposite
    3. beside
    4. at the center
  26. ...(c)....
    1. standing lamp
    2. bright lamp
    3. lamp standby
    4. hanging lamp
  27. ...(d)....
    1. between
    2. behind
    3. opposite
    4. across
  28. ...(e)....
    1. close
    2. closeness
    3. closely
    4. closed
  29. ...(f)....
    1. shelf
    2. drawer
    3. self
    4. cabinet
  30. ...(g)....
    1. book
    2. a book
    3. some books
    4. any books
  31. Answer the following questions based on the text below.
    Grasshopper and Toad were good friends. One day Toad said to Grasshopper, "Dear friend, tomorrow come and dine at my house. My wife and I will prepare a special meal."

    The next day Grasshopper arrived at Toad's house. Before sitting down to eat, Toad washed his forelegs, and invited Grasshopper to do the same. Grasshopper did so, and it made a loud noise.

    "Grasshopper, can't you leave your chirping behind. I cannot eat with such a noise," said Toad.

    Grasshopper tried to eat without rubbing his forelegs together, but it was impossible. Each time he gave a chirp, Toad complained and asked him to be quiet. Grasshopper was angry and could not eat. Finally, he said to Toad: "I invite you to my house for dinner, tomorrow."

    The next day, Toad arrived at Grasshopper's home. As soon as the meal was ready, Grasshopper washed his forelegs, and invited Toad to do the same. Toad did so, and then hopped toward the food.

    "You had better go back and wash again," said Grasshopper. "All that hopping in the dirt has made your forelegs dirty again."

    Toad hopped back to the water jar, washed again, then hopped back to the table, and was ready to reach out for some food from one of the platters when Grasshopper stopped him: "Please don’t put your dirty paws into the food. Go and wash them again."

    Toad was furious. "You just don't want me to eat with you!" he cried. "You know very well that I must use my paws and forelegs in hopping about. I cannot help it if they get a bit dirty between the water jar and the table."

    Grasshopper responded, "You are the one who started it yesterday. You know I cannot rub my forelegs together without making a noise."

    From then on, they were no longer friends.

  32. Which title might the author give this story?
    1. A Grasshopper and a Toad
    2. A Noisy Grasshopper
    3. True Friendship
    4. The Cranky Toad
  33. Who will prepare a special meal?
    1. Grasshopper and his wife
    2. Toad and his wife
    3. Toad by himself
    4. Grasshopper by himself
  34. Toad washed his paws and forelegs because ....
    1. he was hungry
    2. they were injured
    3. he was anxious
    4. they got dirty
  35. The word “chirp” in the fourth paragraph means the same as ....
    1. tweet
    2. creep
    3. breathe
    4. whisper
  36. Grasshopper and Toad might be friends because ....
    1. both of them are neighbors
    2. both of them eat insects
    3. they belong to the same species
    4. they look for food together
  37. What happened after Grasshopper rubbed his forelegs together?
    1. He hopped back.
    2. He got furious.
    3. He gave a chirp.
    4. He began to eat.
  38. The word “dine” in the first paragraph refers to the act of ....
    1. consuming
    2. treating
    3. abstaining
    4. lodging
  39. “Toad was furious”. The word “furious” can be best replaced by ....
    1. disappointed
    2. ambitious
    3. angry
    4. hungry
  40. What is the moral of the story?
    1. If you depend too much on someone, you will never live independently.
    2. Inviting a friend to a dinner is a good virtue and a noble morality.
    3. Good character qualities are the requirement of building true friendship.
    4. If you wish to have true friendship, learn to accept other's weakness.
  41. Answer the following questions based on the picture below.
  42. What is the purpose of the text?
    1. To give detailed information of the product
    2. To choose healthy and safe medicine products
    3. To talk about the mixture of RIDCUFF formula
    4. To avoid harmful effects of the cough formula
  43. What information is NOT included in the text?
    1. Product name
    2. Expiration date
    3. Product description
    4. Product origin
  44. Which is NOT true about the product?
    1. The syrup is not intended for children.
    2. It contains mixture of Formula 440.
    3. It tastes great and soothes the throat.
    4. It should be kept away from children.
  45. “Keep it in moderate temperature.”
    What is the synonym of the underlined word?
    1. Media
    2. Temporary
    3. Cold
    4. Average
  46. “Use medicine according to physician's instructions”
    It means that the product should be consumed with doctor’s ....
    1. receipt
    2. recipe
    3. prescription
    4. recipient

  47. Sherly: Have you heard that Ray has just had an accident?
    Roni: Oh, really? ....
    1. I’m sorry to hear that.
    2. Please accept my sympathy.
    3. My deepest condolence.
    4. He really deserves that.
  48. Toni: I called you about an hour ago, but I couldn’t get through.
    Ria: Oh, I ... a very important presentation and my phone was off.
    1. make
    2. am making
    3. was making
    4. have made
  49. Joni: The classroom is very dirty.
    Lia: Absolutely. ... the floor ... the desks have been cleaned for the whole week.
    1. Both ... and
    2. Neither ... nor
    3. Either ... or
    4. Not only ... but also
  50. Fina: What’s wrong with my computer? It can’t read this CD.
    Olga: ... to use mine? I’m not using it now.
    1. Could you
    2. Shall I
    3. Would you like
    4. Let’s
  51. Ria: How old is your sister?
    Umi: She is 20.
    Ria: Oh, really? My brother is ... her. He is 20 too.
    1. the same age
    2. as old as
    3. older than
    4. the same
  52. Complete the following text with the correct words / phrases.
    Indonesia ...(i)... off the coast of mainland Southeast Asia in the Indian and Pacific oceans. It is an archipelago that ...(ii)... across the Equator and ...(iii)... a distance equivalent to one-eighth of Earth’s circumference. Its islands can be grouped into the Greater Sunda Islands of Sumatra (Sumatera), Java (Jawa), the southern extent of Borneo (Kalimantan), and Celebes (Sulawesi); the Lesser Sunda Islands (Nusa Tenggara) of Bali and a chain of islands that ...(iv)... eastward through Timor; the Moluccas (Maluku) between Celebes and the island of New Guinea; and the western extent of New Guinea (generally known as Papua). In the early 21st century Indonesia was the ...(v)... country in Southeast Asia and the fourth in the world.
  53. (i)
    1. locates
    2. is locating
    3. located
    4. is located
  54. (ii)
    1. lies
    2. lied
    3. lie
    4. is lied
  55. (iii)
    1. is spanned
    2. spanned
    3. spans
    4. span
  56. (iv)
    1. ran
    2. is running
    3. run
    4. runs
  57. (v)
    1. most populous
    2. more populous
    3. populous
    4. populated


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