iTapuih.com - 40 Contoh Soal Bahasa Inggris Kelas 11 SMA Semester I Terbaru. Kali ini saya akan mencoba membagikan kumpulan soal-soal yang dipelajari di kelas 11 (XI) SMA. Soal-soal berikut ini terdiri dari 20 pertanyaan berupa multiple choice (objektif) yang saya gabungkan dari berbagai model soal yang tentunya saya yakin materinya sudah dipelajari di sekolah. Pada postingan ini Anda juga bisa mendapatkan kunci jawaban dari soal-soal tersebut yang mana untuk melihat kunci jawabannya kamu bisa mengklik tombol paling bawah masing-masing soal. Selain soal objektif, saya juga membagikan 20 contoh soal conditional sentence type 1 and 2 yang di pelajari di kelas 11 SMA. Bagian akhir soal, Anda bisa membuat conversation singkat berdasarkan topik yang disediakan. Soal-soal bahasa Inggris kelas 11 SMA ini bisa Anda download pada link paling bawah.
The old witch locked Hansel in a cage and set Gretel to clean the house. She planned to eat them both. Each night the children cried and begged the witch to let them go.
Meanwhile, at home, their stepmother was beginning to wish she had never tried to get rid of the children. “I must find them,” she said and set off into the forest.
Many hours later, when her feet were tired from walking and her lips were dry from thirst, she came to the cottage belonging to the witch. The stepmother peeped through the window. Her heart cried out when she saw the two children.
She picked up the broom leaning against the door and crept inside. The witch was putting some stew in the oven when the stepmother gave her an almighty push. The witch fell into the oven and the stepmother shut the door.
‘Children, I have come to save you,’ she said hugging them tightly. I have done a dreadful thing.
I hope in time you will forgive me. Let me take you home and become a family again. They returned to their home and the stepmother became the best mother anyone could wish to have, and of course they lived happily ever after!
|1. The story is about….|
A. Two children went to school for the first time
B. A witch who is really kind
C. A father who begged a witch for money
D. A stepmother who saved her children from a witch
E. Two children saved their stepmother from a witch.
|2. Which statement is FALSE about the witch?|
A. She locked Hansel in a cage
B. She planned to eat Hansel & Gretel
C. She fell into the ocean
D. She hated the children
E. She set Gretel to clean the house
|3. “The witch fell into the oven and the stepmother shut the door.” (Paragraph 4)|
The underlined word can be replaced by the word…
|4. How did the stepmother find her children?|
A. She walked into the forest
B. She got tired and met her children
C. She peeped through the window of the witch’s cottage
D. She fell into the cliff
E. She was pushed against the wall
The following text is for questions 5-7
Renting a house with other young people offers the advantage of a high degree of freedom and independence. On the down side, renting involves a variety of responsibilities that may be more than you wish to take on. This would mean you would be responsible for making large rental payments if one or more of the people you are sharing with should move out of the house or flat. It might also mean that you are held financially responsible if they damage the dwelling.
Finding board and lodgings, on the other hand, has significant advantages. Generally you have no responsibility for the cleaning or maintenance of the dwelling or its gardens, other than to take reasonable care of your room. However, living in board and lodging circumstances has its drawbacks too. You have less freedom and flexibility in your lifestyle.
In the end, the decision each person makes will depend on their own personal valuing of independence and of convenience, as well as their feeling of readiness for taking on the considerable financial and other responsibilities of house or flat rental.
|5. The text mainly discusses about …|
A. Sharing a house
B. Cleaning a house
C. Deciding where to live
D. Renting a house
E. Finding full board
|6. “Finding board and lodgings, on the other hand, has significant advantages.”|
The underlined word means …
A. Gained position
B. Rooms rented to live
C. Supply of materials
D. Work of cutting down trees
E. Ability to convince
|7. The writer’s purpose of writing the text is …|
A. To present two points of view about deciding where to live
B. To persuade readers to rent a house with other young people
C. To describe how to decide to find a rented house
D. To inform readers how to decide where to live
E. To explain how to find board and lodgings
The following text is for questions 8-15
Chess is a two-player game. One player uses the white pieces. The other uses the White Chess Pieces black pieces. Each piece moves in a special way. One piece is called the king. Each player has one. The players take turns moving their pieces. If a player lands on a piece, he or she takes it. The game ends when a player loses his or her king. There are a few more rules, but those are the basics.
Some people think that chess is more than a game. They think that it makes the mind stronger. Good chess players use their brains. They take their time. They think about what will happen next. These skills are useful in life and in chess. Chess is kind of like a work out for the mind.
You don't always have lots of time to think when playing chess. There is a type of chess with short time limits. It's called blitz chess. In blitz chess, each player gets ten minutes to use for the whole game. Your clock runs during your turn. You hit the time clock after your move. This stops your clock. It also starts the other player's clock. If you run out of time, you lose. Games of blitz chess are fast-paced.
Chess is not just for people. Computers have been playing chess since the 1970s. At first they did not play well. They made mistakes. As time went on they grew stronger. In 1997, a computer beat the best player in the world for the first time. It was a computer called Deep Blue. Deep Blue was big. It took up a whole room. By 2006 a cell phone could beat the best players in the world. Chess sure has come a long way. Don't you think so?
|8. What is the author's purpose in writing the second paragraph?|
A. To explain the rules of chess
B. To compare different types of games
C. To talk about game pieces
D. To persuade people to play chess
E. To entertain people
|9. Which is not a reason that chess is a good workout for the mind according to the text?|
A. Good chess players think about what will happen next.
B. Good chess players take a lot of risks.
C. Good chess players take their time.
D. Good chess players use their brains.
E. Good chess players use their tactics.
|10. How long have people been playing chess?|
A. Over 100 years
B. Over 500 years
C. Over 1000 years
D. Over 5000 years
E. Over 1500 years
|11. Where did the game that chess is based on come from?|
|12. Which best describes the main idea in the fourth paragraph?|
A. This paragraph argues that players should think less.
B. This paragraph explains how blitz chess is played.
C. This paragraph explains time clocks work.
D. This paragraph describes many different ways to play chess.
E. This paragraph explains chess rules.
|13. How does a game of chess end according to the text?|
A. One player takes part of the other player's pieces.
B. One player takes all of the other player's pieces.
C. One player makes it to the end of the board.
D. One player becomes king.
E. One player loses his or her king.
|14. Which happened first?|
A. Computers did not play chess well.
B. Computer played chess well
C. Deep Blue won an important game.
D. Cell phones got good at playing chess.
E. Deep Blue took up a whole room.
|15. When did a computer first beat a strong human player in chess?|
The following text is for questions 16-20
For preparation, I had to memorize and understand the story well. My teacher guided and taught me pronunciation, facial expression and gestures. One day, before performing, my friends and I were busy to prepare the props and costumes for the competition. Thing that made me sad was my teacher rented the props and costumes for my friends but not for me.
My two friends had beautiful costumes and luxurious props. Although I just wore the simple ones, I performed my best to win the competition. The competition started. I got number 29 and my friends got number 5 and 10. I was nervous but I showed my best performance on stage. Lots of people took photos and videos of me.
Finally, anxiety was gone after I had finished performing. And then, the announcement came which made three of us very uneasy. Luckily I was chosen as the first winner. I went to the stage and all the judges congratulated me and gave a plague, trophy, and money. I was very happy.
|16. What is the writer’s intention to write the text?|
A. To tell his achievement.
B. To win the competition.
C. To describe his feeling to the teacher.
D. To show his disappointment to teacher.
E. To tell his expectation to be the winner.
|17. Why did the writer feel sad before the competition?|
A. She had no luxurious gown.
B. Her teacher really cares about her.
C. Her teacher was not fair to her.
D. Her friends did not support her.
E. She only had a very simple dress.
|18. From the text it can be concluded that . . .|
A. Practice makes performance go well.
B. Being nervous helps perform well on the stage.
C. Wearing simple clothes can help win the competition.
D. It is necessary to wear beautiful costumes for the competition.
E. Beautiful costumes and luxurious props are the requirements for the competition.
|19. 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
|20. “I was nervous but I showed my best performance on stage.” (Paragraph 3)|
The underlined word has similar meaning with …
Complete the Conditional Sentences (Type 1) by putting the verbs into the correct form.
1. If you (send) send this letter now, she (receive) will receive it tomorrow.
2. If I (do) ______ this test, I (improve) ______ my English.
3. If I (find) ______ your ring, I (give) ______ it back to you.
4. Peggy (go) ______ shopping if she (have) ______ time in the afternoon.
5. Simon (go) ______ to London next week if he (get) ______ a cheap flight.
6. If her boyfriend (phone / not) ______ today, she (leave) ______ him.
7. If they (study / not) ______ harder, they (pass / not) ______ the exam.
8. If it (rain) ______ tomorrow, I (have to / not) ______ water the plants.
9. You (be able/ not) ______ to sleep if you (watch) ______ this scary film.
10. Susan (can / move / not) ______ into the new house if it (be / not) ______ ready on time.
Lihat Kunci Jawaban
1. If we (have) had a yacht, we (sail) would sail the seven seas.
2. If he (have) ______ more time, he (learn) ______ karate.
3. If they (tell) ______ their father, he (be) ______ very angry.
4. She (spend) ______ a year in the USA if it (be) ______ easier to get a green card.
5. If I (live) ______ on a lonely island, I (run) ______ around naked all day.
6. We (help) ______ you if we (know) ______ how.
7. My brother (buy) ______ a sports car if he (have) ______ the money.
8. If I (feel) ______ better, I (go) ______ to the cinema with you.
9. If you (go) ______ by bike more often, you (be / not) ______ so flabby.
10. She (not / talk) ______ to you if she (be) ______ mad at you.
Lihat Kunci Jawaban
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