Soal UAS Kelas XI Smt. Gasal

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1. X : We’ll have a long holiday next month.
What are you going to do?
Y : ....
X : I hope you have a nice trip.
a. I am thinking of going to Bali
b. Sorry, I can’t tell you
c. It’s not your business
d. I have nothing to do
e. I don’t know what to do

2. Hasan : Do you think the station will be crowded?
Hamid : Of course. There are … who want to go to their home town to celebrate
the Lebaran day.
a. only a few people b. no people
c. a lot of people d. only one person
e. few persons

3. Ria : What do you think about thiscomputer, Ana?
Ana : I think it’s a good one. What pentium is it?
Ria : It’s pentium one.
Ana : What about the price?
Ria : Rp 5 millions.
Ana : Wow, …. The fair price for pentium one is usually about Rp 2 millions.
a. what a cheap computer b. I like the price
c. I agree with its price d. I don’t think so
e. it’s too expensive

4. Bowo : I feel tired and I feel dizzy.
Sri : I think …. Don’t leave the bed if it is not necessary.
a. you must drink hot water
b. you should lie down and have some rest
c. you can see the doctor tonight
d. I will take you to the hospital
e. I must take some rest, too


5. Rindu : Mom, I am nominated in the singing contest.
Mama : Great! I’m really proud of you.
The underlined utterance is an expression of ....
a. will b. pride c. hope
d. plan e. satisfaction

6. Ina : What do you think of your new red dress?
Eta : .... It goes with my shoes.
Ina : I think so. You look beautiful on it.
Eta : Thank you.
a. I am very satisfied with it b. I don’t think so
c. Sorry to hear that d. I don’t like it
e. It’s too difficult to do

7. A : I’m not happy about it.
B : Please give me a second chance, Sir.
The underlined words express ……………
a. asking opinion b. giving opinion
c. hope d. dissatisfaction
e. satisfaction

8. A : I can’t think of anything better.
B : Thank you for your compliment, Sir.
a. asking opinion b. giving opinion
c. hope d. dissatisfaction
e. satisfaction

9. Steward: I’ve put your bag in the back and here’s the magazine you might like to read on the plane.
Passenger: Oh, thanks ………….
a. I feel annoyed with my luggage
b. The trip will be too long
c. It’s really satisfying
d. I can’t bear it indeed
e. It will give me something

10. Budi : How is your new company getting on?
Timi : Very well. ………….. with the way things are going
a. I’m very unhappy b. I’m not satisfied
c. I always complain d. I’ve got trouble
e. I’m very satisfied

11. Budi : How is your new company getting on?
Timi : I’m not satisfied with the way things are going
The underlined sentence express ………..
a. advice b. curiousity
c. satisfaction d. dissatisfaction
e. information

12. Benny : What do you think about the Shakespeare’s play we’ve just seen, Nony? I like it very much.
Nony : Well, .... The actors used old English, so it’s hard for me to understand.
a. I was not satisfied b. I felt crazy
c. I had no idea d. I was surprised
e. I couldn’t appreciate it

13. Rindu : Mom, I am nominated in the singing contest.
Mama : Great! I’m really proud of you.
The underlined word is a synonym of ....
a. willingness b. pride
c. hopeless d. plan
e. competition

14. Adi : Why do you look so sad?
Ati : Someone stole my money when I was going to school by train.
Adi : You should have kept your money in your bag.
From the dialogue we know that Adi ……
a. didn't keep her money in her bag.
b. feels sorry to hear Ati's story
c. was in the same train
d. had saved her money well.
e. advised Ati to keep her money well

15. Mimi : Have you visited the doctor?
Najib : Yes.
Mimi : What did he advise you?
Najib : He said that ....
a. I should stop smoking b. I could stop smoking
c. I may stop smoking d. I mustn’t smoke
e. I ought to smoke

16. Mawar : This telegram is for my husband. He’s out on duty. What do you recommend me to do?
Putri : Why don’t you ring him and tell him that a telegram’s arrived?
In the dialogue above, Mawar is asking for Putri’s ....
a. advice b. curiousity
c. agreement d. permission
e. information


17. Pay attention to the following sign.

What would you expect to see this warning?
a. there are no jobs in the office
b. there are no food during vacation
c. there are no cassette available
d. there are no video available
e. there are a lot of rooms available

18. What would you say if your friends are cheating during the test?
a. beware of the picpockets
b. look out, A car is behind you
c. be careful or the teacher will catch you
d. keep swimming near the seashore
e. watch your step, please.


19. X : Excuse me, sir. May I close the door? It’s windy outside.
Y : Oh,sure.
In the dialogue, X is asking for ....
a. help b. opinion
c. permission d. agreement
e. information

20. Dad: Deal. You may go with your friends but don’t be late.
Son: Thanks. You’re the best, Dad.
The underlinded sentence express
a. rejecting permission b. Asking permission
c. denying permission d. refusing permission
e. giving permission

21. Son : Dad, may I use your car? Mine is in the garage.
Father : By all means. I’m not using it.
The underlined words are used to ask for ....
a. advice b. permission
c. suggestion d. possibility
e. agreement

22. Rina : May I go to Pangandaran, Mom?
Mother : Yes, but don’t forget to take care of yourself.
Rina : Thanks, Mom.
From the dialogue above, we know that mother ... Rina to go to Pangandaran.
a. allows b. orders
c. forbids d. avoids
e. stops

23. You : Sorry, but is a cheque available here?
Cashier : Yes, certainly
You : Thank goodness for that!
The underlined sentence express ……..
a. pain b. pleasure
c. permission d. relief
e. opinion

24. You : I’m terribly sorry, I think I’ve broken it
Your friend : It’s okay. The main buttons come out, that’s all.
You : …………….
Fill the blank with relief expression.
a. I’m very relieved to hear that
b. Ouch,it hurts me so much
c. This is great, isn’t it?
d. Oh,it’s wonderful, isn’t it?
e. Have fun go mad.
25. Dewi: I’m so pleased
Dewa: I’m glad you like it
The underlined sentence expresses ……….
a. pain b. pleasure
c. permission d. relief
e. opinion

26. What would you say if you have sprained one of your ankle.
a. What a relief. It’s coming at last
b. Thank god. He was saved
c. thank heaven. I need it very much
d. I can’t stand it. The pain is getting worse and worse
e. I’m delighted to hear it.

27. What would you say if your leg was getting scramped while swimming.
a. What a relief. It’s coming at last
b. Thank god. He was saved
c. thank heaven. I need it very much
d. Ouch, that hurts
e. I’m delighted to hear it.



The statements above are about .........
a. pleasure b. certainty c. surprised
d. invitation e. advertisement

An old man from Hanover, Germany, had had enough of his cat. Hewas feed up with her scratching all the furniture and making a mess. So he gave her to a friend, who lived on the other side of his town. He told his friend that he was getting too old to look after her. A week later, on a very cold winter day, the old man returned home from shopping and was surprised to see the cat shivering on his doorstep. The man was moved by the fact that his pet had found her way back from the other side of the town in such a cold weather. He took the cat inside and gave her lots of loving attention.

29. Where does the story take place?
a. At the door step b. At the stairs
c. in Hanover c. In a shop
e. In a town

30. The purpose of the text is .......
a. to classify the naughty cat
b. to amuse readers with past event
c. to describe the cat
d. to give the solution to the reader
e. to give a report to the old man

31. After shopping, the man found the cat ......... on his doorstep.
a. crying b. sleeping
c. sneezing d. coughing
e. trembling

32. “So he gave her to a friend”. The underlined word means……
a. transfered b. picked out c. presented d. let e. took

Learning English through music and songs can be very enjoyable. You can mix pleasure learning when you listen to a song and exploit the song as a means to your English Progress. Some underlying reason can be drawn to support the idea why we use songs in language learning.
Firstly, “the song stuck in my head” phenomenon (the echoing in our minds of the last song we heard after leaving a restaurant, shopping malls, etc) can be both enjoyable and sometimes unnerving. This phenomenon also seems to reinforce the idea that songs work on our short-and-long term memory.
Secondly, a song is general also use simple conversation language, with a lot of repetition, which is just what many learners look for sample text. The fact that they are effective makes them many times more motivating than other text. Although usually sample, some songs can be quite complex syntactically, lexically and poetically and can be analyzed in the same way as any other literary sample.
Furthermore, songs can be appropriated by listeners for their own purposes. Most pop songs and probably many other types don’t have precise people, place or time references.
In addition, songs are relaxing. They provide variety and fun, and encourage harmony within oneself and within one group. Little wonder they are important tools in sustaining culture, religion patriotism and, yes, even revolutions
Last but not least, there are many learning activities we can do with songs, such as studying grammar, practicing selective listening comprehension, translating songs, learning vocabulary and studying the culture.
Thus, from the elaboration above, it can be concluded that by learning through music and songs, learning English can be enjoyable and it is fun to English.

33. What is the writer’s purpose in writing the text?
a. to describe the song
b. to tell that singing is important
c. to amuse the readers with the song
d. to persuade the readers learning English through music and song is enjoyable.
e. to say that it is important learning English with English song

34. What topic does the writer introduce in the text?
a. English song
b. learning how to sing
c. learning English is the same as learning the song
d. learning music and English song is enjoyable
e. why use song in learning English

35. Which is not the argument that supports the idea that using music and songs can be enjoyable in language learning?
a. through songs we can learn grammar, practice listening comprehension and learn vocabulary
b. the songs are effective that make learners more motivated.
c. songs work on our short-and-long term memory
d. though songs cannot be appropriated by listeners for their own purpose, songs don’t have precise people, place or time references
e. through songs learners are relaxed.

36. What is the conclusion of the text above?
a. learning English can be fun and enjoyable by learning through music and songs.
b. there are many learning activities we can do with songs
c. why we use songs in learning English
d. learning music and songs can be enjoyable and fun
e. music and songs are effective to learn English.

37. The social function of the text above is
a. to explain to the readers how to come to this hotel
b. to persuade the readers to visit the hotel
c. to persuade the readers to spend the night at the hotel
d. to tell the readers that there is a good hotel nearby
e. to describe Maknyus International Hotel

38. You can reserve room in this hotel by the following ways, except ………..
a. sending an email b. train and plane
c. browsing its sites d. going by taxi
e. calling the hotel

39. “45 luxurious rooms”. The antonym of the underlined word is …………
a. comfortable b. well-appointed
c. deluxe d. comfy
e. unpleasant

40. Which one of the following services is unavailable at the hotel?
a. using deluxe rooms service
b. eating in the middle of the night
c. swimming and drinking
d. bathing with hot and cold water
e. railway station service


  1. abinehanafi // 20 Januari 2009 14.10  

    soalnya susah-susah.hebat betul yang buat

  2. Bakri Long // 6 Oktober 2014 07.09  

    Thanks a lot...

  3. siti masyita // 27 November 2014 20.24  

    kunci jawabannya boleh,,??

  4. Nuryanto Muhammad // 27 September 2015 21.25  

    Tlg dong kunci jawabannya. tks

  5. Cah Samin // 6 November 2015 17.55  

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