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1 Persiapan UN SMP Bahasa Inggris Soal - Persiapan UN SMP - Reading I Halaman 1 Every morning I get on the train to go to school. And every morning inside the train I meet people my age playing music on their mobile phones without headphones. The sounds from the mobile phone speakers are usually crackling and the choice of music may be irritating to our ears. I used to do nothing about it until I realized that people around me were actually annoyed too by these events. Seeing that, I decided to take action. I usually tell people politely that the sounds from their phones disturb other people. People also can t listen to the train announcements clearly. I ask them to use their headphones so that we can have a win-win solution for both the music listeners and for the rest of the passengers. If they do not have headphones. I ask them to turn down the volume. Many do not realize that the acts annoy others inside the trains. After I told them, they are usually embarrassed or slightly upset. One day I got on the train and heard someone beside me listening to music from his speaker phone. As always. I asked him to respect others and to plug in his headphones. He said, I know. I was about to fart and the music can hide the sound. I just wanted to be polite to other people. I did not know what to say afterwards. 01. The writer started to be honest to the music listeners on the trains about his/her annoyance because... (A) the writer is disturbed by the noise (B) the writer can t listen to the train announcements (C) the noise also disturbs other passengers (D) the passengers asked the music listeners to turn down the volume 02. After I told them, they are.. upset. The underlined Word them in paragraph 2 refers to... (A) headphones (B) the music listeners (C) the other passengers (D) the speakers 03. The underlined word embarrassed in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to... (A) ashamed (B) outraged (C) shy (D) fearful 04. One day I got on the train and heard someone beside me listening to music from his speaker phone. As always, l asked him to respect others and to plug in his headphones. He said. I know. I was about to fart aid the music can hide the sound. I just waited to be polite to other people I did not know what to say afterwards. The text says that... (A) most people who listen to music without headphones on the train annoy people on purpose (B) people who listen to music without headphones on the train smile when being criticized. (C) the writer thinks that the sound from the speakers of mobile phones is irritating. (D) all of us should be honest if something annoys us

2 Halaman Observe this following text! TO: JIM (+62...) Hey. Are you free this Friday at 5 p.m.? Please come to my house for my sister s birthday party. I don t know her friends, so it will be super boring without you there. Please tell me that you can make it. Why does the writer send this text message? (A) to remind Jim that he invites Jim to a birthday party (B) to confirm the writer s attendance to a birthday party (C) to ask Jim to come on time to a birthday party (D) to invite Jim to a birthday party 06. What does the writer expect from Jim? The writer expects Jim... (A) to remember the birthday party (B) to confirm that he can attend the birthday party (C) to arrive on time at the party (D) to invite him to the party 07. The text is most likely found at... (A) the school library (B) the school announcement board (C) the school gate (D) the teacher s room 08. According to the text,... (A) the singing club members can only choose one role in the event (B) the secretary will decide the role for all the members (C) all the members of the singing dub will lead the event (D) the singing club meeting will be conducted on month after the above announcement 09. What is the purpose of the text above? (A) to inform the singing club members of the school s art exhibition (B) to announce a club meeting to the singing club members (C) to remind people about a club meeting (D) to decide who will be the chairman of the art exhibition Singing Club Meeting Date: February 18th 2017 The school has decided to organize an art exhibition during the school holiday. Each member must choose one role, either to perform in the closing ceremony or to help in preparing the event. All of our members must attend this meeting to decide your roles. If not, the secretary will choose the roles for you. Place Date Time Tanya Secretary : Art Room : February 25 th 2017 : After school

3 Halaman 3 Facts Active ingredient (In each tablet): Acetaminophen 500 mg Uses: temporary relieves minor aches pains due to: - headache - the common cold - backache - minor pain of arthritis - tootache - muscular aches - premenstrual and menstrual cramps temporarily reduce fever. Warnings: Liver warning: this product contain acetaminophen. The maximum daily dose of this product is 8 tablets (4.000 mg ) in 24 hours. May damage liver. Allergy alert: acetaminophen may cause severe skin reactions. Symptoms may include: - skin reddening - blisters Ask a doctor if: - you have a liver disease - if you are taking blood thinning drug - if you are not sure whether your other drug contains acetaminophen Stop use and ask a doctor if: pain gets worse or lasts more than 10 days new symptoms occur fever gets worse or last more than 3 days 10. What is the function of the Product? (A) to temporarily cause skin reactions (B) to temporarily relieve minor pain (C) to temporarily increase body temperature (D) to temporarily reduce acetaminophen in our body 11. How do adults consume the product? (A) Adults take two tablets every 6 hours for ten days (B) Adults take two tablets every 6 hours only if the symptoms exist (C) Adults take more than 6 tablets in 24 hours (D) Adults should take one tablet and one blood-thinning pill 12. One of the side effects of the product is... (A) toothache (B) premenstrual and menstrual cramps (C) skin allergy (D) increase in liver health 13. Where can you mostly see the information above? (A) On the label of food cans (B) On the label of pharmaceutical drugs (C) In the doctors prescriptions (D) Near the hospitals Directions: Adults and children over 12 years. take 2 tablets every 6 hours while symptoms last. Do not take more than 6 tablets in 24 hours unless directed by doctor. Do not take more than 10 days unless direct by a doctor. Children under 12 years. ask a doctor. Other information. Store at Celcius. Note the expiry date on the cap.

4 Halaman 4 What you need: The back cover of Zamzung Mobile X1 A micro SlM card A microsd or microsdhc memory card (optional) The battery of Zamzung Mobile Xl The Zamzung Mobile X1 body Directions: 1. Take your SIM card. 2. Carefully slide the micro SIM card into the SIM card slot. Ensure the gold chip of the SIM card facing down. Please be careful when handling the SIM card to avoid damaging it 3. Take your memory card if you have it with you 4. Slide the memory card into the right slot with the gold chip facing down. 5. Insert the battery to the opening on the back of the device. Make sure the connectors align. 6. Gently press down to secure the battery. 7. Place the back cover onto the back of the Zamzung Mobile X1 body 14. What is the purpose of the text? (A) To describe the Zamzung Mobile Xl device (B) To show us how to assemble your Zamzung Mobile Xl device (C) To show us how to uninstall your Zamzung Mobile Xl software (D) To inform the steps on how a Zamzung mobile Xl is made 15. The underlined word optional is synonymous with... (A) required (B) compulsory (C) non-mandatory (D) important 16. To avoid damaging the SIM card... (A) we need to use the micro SIM card (B) we need to be gentle when handling the SIM card (C) it is optional to put the SIM card (D) we need to gently secure the battery One day. as a mouse deer was drinking on the river, a tiger suddenly came. The tiger wanted to eat the mouse deer. The mouse deer tried to escape, but the tiger was faster than he was Cornered by the tiger. the mouse deer tried to think about how to escape from the tiger. Then the mouse deer said to the tiger, your mightiness and toughness are very great! But my king has a greater strength than yours! Nobody can match his strength!. Feeling taunted, the tiger declared he would challenge this king. The mouse deer escorted him to the king and led the tiger to the river and said, look at the water and you will see my king. The tiger looked into the flyer and saw another tiger in the water He growled and the king growled, too. Then he jumped into the water believing there was another tiger there. The mouse deer took the opportunity to escape. After fighting with himself in the river, the tiger realized it was only his reflection. He looked back and the mouse deer had already gone away. Excerpt from: htts://en.wikpedia.org/wiki/ Kancil_Story 17. Based on the text, how is the mouse deer? (A) loyal (B) gullible (C) arrogant (D) clever 18. What is the problem in the story? (A) the tiger could not find any food around the river (B) the hungry tiger wanted to eat the mouse deer (C) the tiger wanted to challenge the mouse deer (D) the mouse deer was hungry before meeting the tiger

5 Halaman Why did the mouse deer say the above sentences? (A) because the mouse deer was trying to deceive the tiger (B) because the mouse deer was loyal to his king (C) because the mouse deer knew that the tiger was afraid of kings (D) because the mouse deer was amazed at the tiger 20. After fighting with himself in the river, the tiger realized it was only his reflection The word it refers to... (A) the mouse deer (B) the hungry tiger (C) the other tiger in the water (D) the water Giant pandas are bears. They have black and white fur. The black fur is on their ears, around their eyes. on their legs. and on their shoulders. Giant pandas are about the size of an American black bear. They are about 91 cm tall at the shoulder when they are standing on all four legs. They are about 180 cm long. Bamboo is the main diet of pandas. Ninety-nine percent of the food they eat is bamboo. They eat as much as 18 kg of bamboo every day. Sometimes giant pandas eat other grasses. They also eat little rodents or musk deer babies. In zoos, giant pandas eat bamboo, sugar cane, vegetables, and fruit. Giant pandas get a lot of water from the bamboo they eat. They need more water though. They drink from the fresh water streams and rivers. Female pandas may give birth to two young. Usually only one lives. Giant panda cubs may stay with their mothers for up to three years. Then they leave her for a life of their own. The giant panda is an endangered species. It may become extinct. Hunting for pandas is a crime. The penalties are harsh if you hunt pandas. 21. The text tells us about giant pandas related to its... (A) size, physical appearance, diet, habitat (B) physical appearance. animal weight. diet. size (C) habitat, conservations status, size, type of species (D) physical appearance, diet, height, conservation status 22. Which one is not true according to the text? (A) when giant pandas stand on four legs. they are always 91 cm (B) giant pandas also eat meat (C) giant pandas usually give birth to two cubs (D) giant pandas have two-colored fur 23. The text is mainly about... (A) the general information about giant pandas (B) the main diet of giant pandas (C) how giant pandas survive (D) how the giant panda become an endangered species excerpt from htts://en.wikpedia.org/wiki/ Kancil_Story

6 Halaman What is the purpose of this advertisement? (A) to show people how ocean food looks like right now (B) to ask people s help in reducing ocean plastic pollution (C) to inform people about the danger of seafood (D) to reduce the global production of plastic 25. Find out how you can help turn the tide on plastic pollution at The phrase turn the tide is closest in meaning to... (A) reverse (B) lead (C) move (D) emphasize

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