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20 Contoh Soal Recount Text dan Kunci Jawaban Terbaru - 20 Contoh Soal Recount Text dan Kunci Jawaban Terbaru. Recount text adalah salah satu jenis text yang menceritakan tentang suatu cerita, tindakan, atau kegiatan real berdasarkan pengalaman penulis. Secara sederhana text ini bertujuan menceritakan kembali peristiwa atau pengalaman yang dialami penulis kepada pembaca dengan menggunakan bahasa dalam bentuk masa lampau (past tense). Secara sederhana text ini juga sering disebut sebagai teks menceritakan pengalaman dimasa lampau. Dalam artikel ini saya akan membagikan 20 Contoh Soal Recount Text dan Kunci Jawaban Terbaru untuk pelajar Sekolah Menengah Pertama kelas 7, 8 atau 9 SMP/MTs. Soal-soal dibawah ini bisa Anda download pada link bagian paling bawah postingan.


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The following text is for questions 1 to 5
The Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty, arguably one of New York City’s most iconic symbols, is a popular tourist attraction for first-time visitors to the city. This 150-foot monument was gifted to the United States from France in order to celebrate 100 years of America’s independence. The statue is located on Liberty Island, and it is accessible by taking a ferry from either Battery Park in New York City or Liberty State Park in Jersey City.

When Claire visited the Statue of Liberty for the first time, she instantly admired it as a symbol of freedom. Claire made sure to make reservations before her visit because only 240 people are permitted to climb the staircase to the top of the statue every day. After climbing almost 400 stairs, Claire received spectacular views of the city from the statue’s crown.

During her visit, Claire learned that the Statue of Liberty was not always the color that it is now. She found out that because the statue’s exterior is made of copper, the statue oxidized over time, giving it the greenish appearance it has in present day. When it was first constructed, the statue was the same color as a shiny penny!

After touring the Statue of Liberty, Claire spent the rest of the day in New York City visiting other important monuments and historic landmarks. Claire left New York hoping to have had the time to explore more sites, but she can’t wait to return to the city in the future.

1. Who gifted the Statue of Liberty to the United States?
A. The British
B. The Spanish
C. The French
D. The Dutch
2. What was the Statue of Liberty intended to celebrate?
A. Open immigration to the United States
B. A century of American independence
C. The end of the Civil War
D. Economic recovery from the Great Depression
3. How many people are permitted to climb the statue’s stairs per day?
A. 150
B. 400
C. 240
D. 100
4. From which part of the statue did Claire receive spectacular views of the city?
A. The mouth
B. The crown
C. The eyes
D. The nose
5. Why has the Statue of Liberty changed color over time?
A. It was painted green during restorations.
B. New York’s poor air quality has eroded the statue.
C. Its copper exterior oxidized.
D. The statue is poorly maintained by the city.

The following text is for questions 6 to 10
Las Vegas

Last April, John took a trip to Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas is a popular destination in the western portion of the United States. The town is most popular for its casinos, hotels, and exciting nightlife.

In downtown Las Vegas, John spent a lot of time on The Strip, which is a 2.5 mile stretch of shopping, entertainment venues, luxury hotels, and fine dining experiences. This is probably the most commonly visited tourist area in the city. The Strip at night looks especially beautiful. All of the buildings light up with bright, neon, eye-catching signs to attract visitor attention.

A stay in Las Vegas can feel similar to a visit to many popular cities worldwide. Many of the hotels have miniature versions of important international sites and monuments. These famous landmarks include the Eiffel Tower, Venice, and even ancient Rome.

One day, John took a side trip outside of the city to visit the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World. The canyon offers a breathtaking view of Nevada’s ridges and natural landscape. John especially liked the canyon because it was removed from all of the noise and movement in downtown Las Vegas.

John had a great time during his trip to Las Vegas. He did not win a lot of money in the casinos. However, he managed to see a lot of amazing sites during his visit to this city that never sleeps.

6. When did John travel to Las Vegas?
A. Last weekend
B. Last summer
C. Last spring
D. Yesterday
7. What is an activity that a tourist cannot do on The Strip?
A. Eat
B. Visit the Grand Canyon
C. Stay overnight
D. Shop
8. Which best describes the purpose of the Las Vegas Strip?
A. It is a 2.5 mile stretch.
B. It keeps tourists safe.
C. It offers a lot of activities for tourists.
D. There are too many neon lights.
9. Explain why John liked his visit to the Grand Canyon.
A. The setting was very different from downtown Las Vegas.
B. John does not enjoy spending time in cities.
C. The Grand Canyon offers a breathtaking view.
D. It is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.
10. What does it mean that Las Vegas is a “city that never sleeps?”
A. A lot of people here have sleep disorders.
B. There is too much noise here for people to sleep.
C. The neon lights keep people awake at night.
D. Las Vegas offers exciting activities at all hours.

The following text is for questions 11 to 15
A great summer vacation

I just returned from the greatest summer vacation! It was so fantastic, I never wanted it to end. I spent eight days in Paris, France. My best friends, Henry and Steve, went with me. We had a beautiful hotel room in the Latin Quarter, and it wasn’t even expensive. We had a balcony with a wonderful view.

We visited many famous tourist places. My favorite was the Louvre, a well-known museum. I was always interested in art, so that was a special treat for me. The museum is so huge, you could spend weeks there. Henry got tired walking around the museum and said “Enough! I need to take a break and rest.”

We took lots of breaks and sat in cafes along the river Seine. The French food we ate was delicious. The wines were tasty, too. Steve’s favorite part of the vacation was the hotel breakfast. He said he would be happy if he could eat croissants like those forever. We had so much fun that we’re already talking about our next vacation.

11. What city did they go to for their summer vacation?
A. Paris
B. Lyon
C. Louvre
D. Latin
12. How long was the summer vacation?
A. Eight weeks
B. Eight days
C. Two weeks
D. One week
13. What did their hotel room have?
A. A refrigerator
B. A view of the metro
C. A balcony
D. A bottle of wine
14. Who got tired walking in the Louvre museum?
A. Henry
B. Harry
C. Seine
D. Steve
15. What did Steve enjoy the most?
A. The hotel breakfast and the croissants
B. The wine and the food
C. The Latin Quarter and the balcony
D. The cafes along the river Seine

The following text is for questions 16 and 20
On my daughter's 1st  birthday, I made a cake for her. I decorated it with the Disney characters, Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. It was such a wonderful experience for me. My wife inspired me to make this special birthday cake. She is very good at making cakes.

On that day, I went and got all items for the cake. I had never made a cake before, so I felt a little bit nervous. Before I made the cake, I imagined how to decorate it, then I started right away. I chose the flavour. I made a cake with chocolate flavour. I followed the steps in the recipe carefully. And finally I could make it. It was not bad at all.

All the people and the children who were invited to the birthday party liked the cake. I was very proud. My wife told the guests that I made the birthday cake. I felt satisfied when they were surprised that I could make a cake. Since then making cakes has become one of my hobbies.

16. What does the text talk about?
A. My daughter’s 1st birthday
B. Wonderful experience
C. The first time of making a birthday cake
D. Decorating a birthday cake
17. What's the main idea of paragraph two?
A. The writer was inspired to make a birthday cake.
B. The writer decorated the cake with Disney characters.
C. The writer got the idea to make a birthday cake.
D. The writer was making the birthday cake
18. It was not bad at all. (Paragraph 2). The underlined word means…
A. A birthday cake
B. Birthday cake decoration
C. The flavour of birthday cake
D. The writer’s daughter’s 1st birthday party
19. The writer was inspired to make a birthday cake for his daughter by ....
A. his guest
B. his daughter
C. his wife
D. his children
20. The writer felt a bit nervous because it was ....
A. his daughter's birthday
B. a wonderful experience
C. the first time he made a cake
D. difficult to make a cake


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