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Soal Bahasa Inggris Kelas 10 SMA Semester I

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The following text is for questions 1-5
REICHSTAG

If you have an opportunity to travel to Europe, especially Germany, then take your time to visit Berlin. Many places are worth visiting, such as the Reichstag.

The Reichstag is an internationally recognizable symbol of democracy and the current home of the German parliament. Every year, thousands of guests visit the Reichstag-and with good reason: it is not often that you can enjoy such an amazing panorama while, just beneath your feet, the political decisions of tomorrow are being made. Both as an architectural wonder and a historical testimony, the Reichstag has an important role to play in Berlin.

The original building was designed by Paul Wallot and modelled after the Memorial Hall in Philadelphia. Decorative motifs, sculptures and mosaics were contributed by the artist Otto lessing. The Reichstag was completed in 1894 although it didn’t acquire its iconic dedication to “the German People” until 1916 when the words Dem Deutschen Volke were inscribed on its facade.

The Reichstag is easily accessible by public transport as it is situated just a short distance from Berlin’s main rail station, the Hauptbahnhof. The number 100 bus, which provides an unrivalled sightseeing opportunity along its route between the Zoo Station in the West and Alexanderplatz in the East, also stops at the Reichstag, as does the M41.

The nearest U-Bahn station to the Reichstag is the Bundestag. It is the middle station of only three stations on what is surely Berlin’s shortest U-Bahn line which runs between the Hauptbahnhof and Brandenburger Tor.

1. What is the writer’s intention to write the text?
A. To promote Berlin as a must visit in Europe.
B. To see the symbol of democracy in Germany.
C. To tell readers about the Reichstag.
D. To describe furniture inside the Reichstag.
E. To let people know about how good Otto Lessing was as an artist..
2. What is the Reichstag?
A. The Berlin Museum.
B. The Berlin famous castle.
C. The Germany’s parliament building.
D. The Europe Civilization Museum.
E. A famous TV station from Germany.
3. What amazing thing can visitor see in the Reichstag?
A. Germany’s future political decisions which are being made.
B. Decorative motifs and sculptures made by Paul Wallot.
C. The architectural wonder designed by the artist Otto Lessing.
D. The political debate about the past which has been made.
E. The last aristocracy that decided to rebuild the Reichstag.
4. What is the generic structure of the text above?
A. Orientation – Complication – Reorientation
B. Orientation – Series of event – Reorientation
C. Stating thesis – Arguments – Reiteration
D. Goal – Material – Steps
E. Newsworthy event – Background events – Sources
5. “… Dem Deutschen Volke were inscribed on its facade.” (Paragraph 3)
The underlined word has similar meaning with …
A. Heard
B. Listed
C. Written               
D. Mentioned
E. Voiced

The following text is for questions 6-10
The Story of the Smart Parrot

A man in Puerto Rico had a wonderful parrot. There was no other parrot like it.

It was very, very smart. This parrot would say any word-except one. He would not say the name of the town where he was born. The name of the town was Catano.

The man tried to teach the parrot to say Catano. But the bird would not say the word. At first the man was very nice, but then he got angry. “You are a stupid bird! Why can’t you say the word? Say Catano, or I will kill you!” but the parrot would not say it. Then the man got to so angry that the shouted over and over, “Say Catano, or I’ll kill you!” but the bird wouldn’t talk.

One day after trying for many hours to make the bird say Catano, the man got very angry. He picked up the bird and threw him into the chicken house. “You are more stupid than the chickens. Soon I will eat them, and I will eat you, too.”

In the chicken house there are four old chickens. They were for Sunday’s dinner. The man put the parrot in the chicken house and left.

The next day the man came back to the chicken house. He opened the door and stopped. He was very surprised at what he saw!

He saw three dead chickens on the floor. The parrot was screaming at the fourth chicken, “Say Catano, or I’ll kill you!

6. Where does the story take place?
A. Indonesia
B. Brazil
C. Puerto Rico
D. New York
E. Jepang
7. From the text we learn that…
A. We have to follow others
B. We have to respect pet owner
C. We have to imitate others
D. We are not allowed to force others
E. We are not allowed to help others
8. Which statement is false according to the text?
A. Catano was the name of the city where the parrot came from
B. The man got angry at the parrot
C. The parrot couldn’t say Catano
D. The man killed the parrot
E. The parrot could say Catano
9. “It was very, very smart”
The underlined word refers to…
A. The chicken
B. The man
C. The catano
D. The city
E. The bird
10. What is the generic structure of the text above?
A. Orientation – Complication – Resolution
B. Orientation – Series of event – Reorientation
C. Stating thesis – Arguments – Reiteration
D. Goal – Material – Steps
E. Newsworthy event – Background events – Sources

The following text is for questions 11-16
Televisions show sounds and pictures. They get data from cables, discs, or over-the-air signals. They turn this data into sounds and images. People watch news and shows on them. You probably call them TVs.

John Baird made the first TV in 1925. It had one color. It could only show 30 lines. This was just enough room for a face.  It didn't work well, but it was a start.

The first TV station was set up in 1928. It was in New York. Few people had TVs. The broadcasts were not meant to be watched. They showed a Felix the Cat doll for two hours a day. The doll spun around on a record player. They were experimenting. It took many years to get it right.

By the end of the 1930s, TVs were working well. America got its first taste at the 1939 World's Fair. This was one of the biggest events ever. There were 200 small, black and white TVs set up around the fair. The U.S. President gave a speech over the TVs. The TVs were only five inches big but the people loved it.

They wanted TVs. But World War II was going on during this time. Factories were busy making guns and bombs. When the war was over, TV spread across the country.

By 1948 there were 4 big TV networks in America. They aired their shows from 8 to 11 each night. Local shows were aired at other times. Most of the time, nothing was shown at all. TV was not "always on" like it is now.

Color TVs came out in 1953. They cost too much money for most. Also, shows were aired in black and white. By 1965, color TVs were cheaper. TV stations started airing shows in color. People had to switch if they wanted to see the shows.

Now most TVs are high-def. This means that they have many lines on them. This makes the image clear. TVs have come a long way since Baird's 30 line set. High-def TVs have 1080 lines. There are state of the art sets called 4K TVs. These TVs have 3,840 lines. Some people watch TV in 3D. I wonder what they will come up with next. Smell-o-vision anyone?

11. When did color TVs come out?
A. 1925
B. 1953
C. 1939
D. 1965
E. 1975
12. Which was not true about the first TV?
A. It could only show one color.
B. It only had 30 lines.
C. It had sound
D. It did not have sound.
E. It did not work well.
13. When did networks start showing programs in color?
A. 1948
B. 1953
C. 1965
D. 1939
E. 1995
14. Why did the first TV station only show Felix the Cat for two hours a day?
A. They were running tests.
B. Felix the Cat was really popular.
C. Felix the Cat had been a big radio star.
D. Felix the Cat was the only show that they had.
E. Felix the Cat was really interesting.
15. Which of these events slowed the spread of TVs?
A. The World's Fair of 1939
B. The Civil War
C. The election of the U.S. President.
D. World War II
E. The reality show
16. How many lines does a 4K TV have?
A. 30
B. 1,080
C. 4,000
D. 3,840
E. 3,820

The following text is for questions 17-20
Ingredients:
1 pack or 12 burger buns
1/3 pound chuck roast, rinsed and dried
2 medium onions, chopped
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tomato
barbecue sauce
salt
freshly ground black pepper

Steps
Put olive oil in a pot. Then heat it on medium heat.
Cook the onions for about 5 minutes. Then, add the tomato and barbecue sauce while increasing the heat to medium high and cook for 10 minutes.
Next, add the chuck roast and cook until the meat is very tender, for about 3 hours. Stir occassionally.
Transfer the meat from the pot to a plate. Then, shred the roast into small pieces with a knife and a fork.
Set the heat on medium-high until the liquid becomes thicker. Uncover the pot. Don’t forget to stir it to prevent burning.
Put the meat back into the pan. Warm it throughly. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve on buns.

17. The text above tells you about . . .
A. How to eat braised beef burger.
B. How to make braised beef burger.
C. Description of braised beef burger.
D. Ingredients to make braised beef burger.
E. Equipment needed to make braised beef burger.
18. What do you need to cut the toast into small pieces?
A. A fork and a knife.
B. A spoon and a fork.
C. A fork and scissors.
D. Scissors and a knife.
E. A spoon and a knife.
19. “Warm it thoroughly.” (sixth step)
What does the bold word mean?
A. Completely.
B. Carefully.
C. Slowly.
D. Briefly.
E. Subtly.
20. What is the generic structure of the text above?
A. Orientation – Complication – Resolution
B. Orientation – Series of event – Reorientation
C. Stating thesis – Arguments – Reiteration
D. Goal – Material/ Ingredients – Steps
E. Newsworthy event – Background events – Sources

Complete the sentences in Simple Past Tense.
1. Our company (start) started business in 1995.
2. We (order) _______ the goods two months ago.
3. I (send) _______ you the letter last week.
4. We (receive) _______ your order yesterday.
5. The postman (come) _______ in, (give) _______ me the documents and (leave) _______.
6. When I (arrive) _______, Anne was talking on the phone.
7. I (get / not) _______ your letter yesterday.
8. Mister O'Brian (be / not) _______ in the office last week.
9. Sarah (go) _______ to the trade fair on Thursday.
10. (you / ring) _______ me ten minutes ago?

Lihat Kunci Jawaban

  1. Our company started business in 1995.
  2. We ordered the goods two months ago.
  3. I sent you the letter last week.
  4. We received your order yesterday.
  5. The postman came in, gave me the documents and left.
  6. When I arrived , Anne was talking on the phone.
  7. I did not get your letter yesterday.
  8. Mister O'Brian was not in the office last week.
  9. Did Sarah go to the trade fair on Thursday?
  10. Did you ring me ten minutes ago?
Complete the sentences in Simple Present Perfect Tense.
1. I (fly) have flown in a plane.
2. I (be) _______ on stage.
3. We (give) _______ blood.
4. She (meet) _______ a famous person.
5. I (visit) _______ a safari park.
6. I (learn) _______ another language.
7. He (break) _______ a bone.
8. I (swim) _______ in the ocean.
9. I (cry) _______ in the cinema.
10. Have you (win) _______ a trophy?

Lihat Kunci Jawaban

  1. I have flown in a plane.
  2. I have been on stage.
  3. We have given blood.
  4. She has met a famous person.
  5. I have visited a safari park.
  6. I have learnt another language.
  7. He has broken a bone.
  8. I have swum in the ocean.
  9. I have cried in the cinema.
  10. Have you won a trophy?
Make a simple dialogue about Greeting, Introducing, Parting (choose one topic you're interested).

GreetingIntroducingParting

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