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24 Dec 2008

Ulangan Harian

Bahasa Inggris
Kelas 2 Smt Ganjil


Once upon a time there lived a little girl named snow White. She lived with her aunt and uncle because her parents were dead.
One day she heard her aunt and uncle talking about leaving Snow White in the castle because they both wanted to go to America and they did not have enough money to take Snow White.
Snow White did not want her aunt and uncle to do this so she decided it would be best if she ran away. The next morning, she ran away from home when her aunt and uncle were having breakfast. She ran away into the woods.
In the woods, she felt very tired and hungry. Then, she saw a little cottage. She knocked the door but no answered so she went inside and fell asleep.
Meanwhile, the seven dwarfs were coming from work. They went inside. They found Snow White sleeping, then, Snow White woke up. She saw the dwarfs. “What is your name?” Snow White said. “My name is Snow White.”
Doc, one of the dwarfs said, if you wish, you may live here with us.” Snow White said, “Oh, could I? Thank you,” then Snow White told the dwarfs about her. Finally, Snow White and the seven dwarfs lived happily ever after.

  1. Why did Snow White live with her aunt and uncle?

  2. a. Because she ran away from home
    b. Because the seven dwarfs were coming from work
    c. Because she felt very tired and hungry
    d. Because they wanted to go to America
    e. Because her parents were dead

  3. They did have enough money to take Snow White.
    The underlined word refers to ….

  4. a. Snow White and uncle
    b. Snow White and aunt
    c. Snow White’s aunt and uncle
    d. Snow White and seven dwarfs
    e. Snow White’s aunt and seven dwarfs

  5. What is the main idea of the last paragraph?

  6. a. Snow White told the dwarfs about her
    b. Snow white and the seven dwarfs lived happily ever after
    c. The seven dwarfs were coming from work
    d. Snow White was sleeping
    e. Snow white saw the seven dwarfs

  7. Which the following statement is not true according to the text?

  8. a. Snow white and the seven dwarfs lived happily ever after
    b. Snow white’s aunt and uncle to go to America
    c. In the forest, Snow White felt very tired and hungry
    d. Snow white ran away from home in the morning
    e. Snow white went inside a little cottage

  9. The next morning Snow white ran away from home while her aunt and uncle were having breakfast. The opposite of the italicized words means ….

  10. a. stayed home
    b. went out
    c. looked for
    d. walked away
    e. moved

  11. A : I was so … with my grade on math yesterday.
    B : Don’t worry, you still have a change to try in the next exam.

  12. a. Pleased
    b. Happy
    c. Displeased
    d. Satisfied
    e. Satisfaction

  13. Joni : I am embarrassed. Today I did a great guilt in my office.
    Juli : What’s that?
    Joni : I feel asleep on my seat and the manager woke me up.
    Juli : I think it is a big deal.

  14. a. Happy
    b. Shy
    c. Angry
    d. Sad
    e. Proud

    A Demand for Workers

    If a builder is going to build a factory around your dwelling house or in a certain area in the suburb, it will surely need a lot of workers. It means a lot of workers have a good change to apply for jobs. The factory needs a lot of skilled labourers and they are in a great demand.
    For those who are still jobless, they can contact the office under Depnaker in their respective area. Or they can contact the bureau that organizes the applicants. This bureau is privately run. Most of the applicants are high school graduates. They are placed in department, institution, school, and tourist agencies. They are workers. They are lucky and feel satisfied because they can get new job.
    Workers receive payment in the form of wages and salaries. Farmers, doctors, lawyers, and owners of businesses are usually self-employed. Only a few of the working people are self-employed.
    Labour-both the workers and the labour movement is tremendously important the world economy, in a true democracy labour is free. Workers cannot be forced to take jobs or work for an employer if they don’t want to. They can quit if they are not paid enough.
    As workers are in demand, they must work hard, for example, in the department store. What the department store needs in strong and good management. The workers must be faithful to their manager and so must the manager to the workers. He must be faithful to his promises and word. There is no necessary for the manager to the workers cruelly. The relation between employees must be good.
    There must be workers compensation. Workers compensation means payment and medical help given to the workers who are hurt on the job and pension given to dependents in the case of worker’s death. In most countries employers are required to take out insurance policies to cover their responsibility to the workers.

  15. The advantage of building a factory in a certain area is ….

  16. a. Workers can apply for the job
    b. People can see the factory
    c. A lot of skilled labourers can come the factory
    d. The jobless, people can go there
    e. The applicants surely be accepted in the factory

  17. The role of the depnaker is ….

  18. a. Giving job to people
    b. Giving information to the jobless persons
    c. Asking people who have no jobs
    d. Giving certificates
    e. Giving courses

  19. People who are self-employed are ….

  20. a. Doctors, lawyers, businessmen
    b. Teacher, workers,, doctors
    c. Owners of business, lawyers, and workers
    d. Managers, labours, farmers
    e. Businessman, labours, workers

  21. In a true democracy labour is free. It means ….

  22. a. Workers can be forced to take job if they do not wish to
    b. Workers can not quit if they fell they are not paid enough
    c. Workers cannot be forced to take jobs if they do not wish to
    d. The relation between employer and employees may not always good
    e. Workers may not hard for the department store

  23. What must the manager do to keep a good relation between him and his employee?

  24. a. The manager can treat the workers cruelly
    b. The manager can break his promises to his workers
    c. The manager cannot be faithful to his promises and words to his workers
    d. The manager must be faithful to his promises and words to his workers
    e. The manager must give a big wags and salaries to his workers

  25. What should employers do concerning with the insurance policies to the workers?
    The workers should … to the workers.

  26. a. Take care of insurance policies
    b. Take out insurance policies
    c. Make insurance policies
    d. See insurance policies
    e. Receive insurance policies

  27. The following is true except ….

  28. a. A new factory needs many workers
    b. Management is just needed by the department store
    c. Factory must give the workers compensation
    d. The jobless can go to the bureau
    e. The bureau is not the state department

  29. There is no necessary for the manager to the workers cruelly. The word ‘there’ (in paragraph 5) refers to ….

  30. a. Bureau
    b. Depnaker
    c. The department store
    d. factory
    e. office

  31. Ben was so … with this experience. His … was reflected from his ways of talking.

  32. a. Please – pleased
    b. Pleasant – pleasure
    c. Pleasing – pleases
    d. pleased - pleasure
    e. pleasure - pleasing

  33. A : David’s … made everyday ….
    B : Really? What was the cause?

  34. a. Angry – annoyed
    b. Anger – annoying
    c. Angrily – annoyance
    d. Anger – annoyed
    e. Angry – annoyance

  35. Metha : “Don’t be to hard to yourself. This’s not the end of world.”
    Veny : “You don’t understand. So, please leave me alone.”
    The underlined expresses Vany’s ….

  36. a. Anxiety
    b. Fear
    c. Sadness
    d. love
    e. relief

  37. Denis : Mom, I got no C fro every of my test.
    Mother ; Oh….

  38. a. How pleased I’m to hear that
    b. It make me relieved
    c. You must be very satisfied
    d. What do you think of celebrating it?
    e. All are correct

  39. Lissa : my brother doesn’t want to answer my call. He must be angry with me. Yesterday, I lost his favorite novel. Oh… I’m so sad.
    Marry: you must say sorry to him.
    This dialogue above expresses ….

  40. a. Pain
    b. Embarrassment
    c. love
    d. sadness
    e. happy

  41. The following is expression of “love”.

  42. a. Oh… thanks Dad, it’s a nice present
    b. I’m sorry, I can’t go with you
    c. I’m afraid.
    d. So, please leave me alone.
    e. Yes, I think so

    Many stories, legends and myths have been associated with the kris. In the olden days the kris was an important weapon. Now it is (22) rarely worn, except at formal ceremonies (23) requiring the wearing of traditional costume.
    No one knows exactly where the originated kris from. Many people say that it came from India because the kris is (24) wavy which is a well-known characteristic of ancient
    Indian weapons. Others say it originated in Malaysia. The primitive Malay fisherman found a natural (25) weapon in the sting-ray fish. The sting-ray’s bone is barbed on both sides.
    Later when the early Malays were introduced to metal, they made weapons which (26) conformed to their earlier natural weapons. This could have resulted in the making of the kris.
    In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries the kris was designed (27) mainly for fighting. Under the skillful hands of the Javanese state iron smiths, the kris became the national weapon of Majapahit, the Javanese state that (28) conquered most of the Malay world in the thirteenth century.

  43. a. never

  44. b. seldom
    c. always
    d. usually
    e. sometimes

  45. a. using

  46. b. causing
    c. needing
    d. resulting
    e. suggesting

  47. a. round

  48. b. square
    c. curved
    d. triangle
    e. rectangular

  49. Something used in ....

  50. a. wearing
    b. dancing
    c. curing
    d. fighting
    e. quarrelling

  51. a. similar to

  52. b. precise with
    c. suitable for
    d. compared with
    e. different from

  53. a. lately

  54. b. chiefly
    c. exactly
    d. precisely
    e. temporarily

  55. a. won

  56. b. damaged
    c. broke
    d. defeated
    e. weakened

    Part I
    A : Hi Ben. How are you?
    B : Not bad. Thanks. And yourself?
    A : Fine. Thanks.
    B : Good weather, isn’t it?
    A : Yes ... better than last week.
    B : I know. That was terrible, don’t you think?
    A : Indeed. I had never seen such heavy rain in my life.
    B : Neither had I.
    A : It was pouring!
    B : It was, wasn’t it?
    A : The wind blew trees down. One of those trees fell on my neighbour’s car.
    B : That’s too bad.
    A : Yeah. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got a class to attend. See you.
    B : See you. Bye.

  57. This conversation is between ....

  58. a. two close friend
    b. two stranger
    c. a teacher and a student
    d. a news reader and a listener
    e. the writer and the listener

  59. What did they talk about?

  60. a. To forecast the weather.
    b. To feel what is going to happen.
    c. To have something to talk about.
    d. To discuss bad weather.
    e. To know the weather in the future.

    The climate of Egypt is mainly hot and dry. Apart from the Valley of the River Nil, which runs through the country from south to north, it consists entirely of desert.
    In the summer, the temperature often reaches 45 degrees Celsius in the south of the country, and 30 degrees Celsius in the north.
    In winter, the weather is cooler, and along the northcoast it is often cloudy, with occasional rain.
    In Cairo it rains on average for three days in a year, and in the south of Egypt rain is almost unknown. There are often gentle breezes from the north throughout the year, except during March and April, when a hot, dusty wind blows from the south.

  61. What is the text about?

  62. a. Egypt
    b. The River Nil
    c. The seasons in Egypt
    d. The Climate in Egypt
    e. Cairo, the capital of Egypt

  63. Which statement is True according to the text?

  64. a. It often rains in Cairo.
    b. In Cairo it rains th whole year.
    c. It rains only in the south of Cairo.
    d. In rains almost every day in Cairo.
    e. In Cairo it mostly rains for three days in a year.

    There are five requirements for a student who wishes to become a
    chemist. One is that he possesses greater than average aptitude for
    learning. Another is that he possesses a good working knowledge of mathematics. Still another is that he enjoys applying his knowledge. In
    addition, he should be curious about things – about what causes natural
    phenomena and about how a thing is put together, how it works, and why.
    Finally, he must be enthusiastic.

  65. What is the suitable topic of the passage?

  66. a. A chemist student.
    b. How to become a chemist.
    c. Requirements to become a chemist student.
    d. The application of chemist in solving problems.
    e. The importance of possessing good knowledge of mathematics.

  67. Which of the following requirements is not mentioned in the passage?

  68. a. Have curiosity about how things are formed/made.
    b. Have a good knowledge of mathematics.
    c. Have great natural ability in learning.
    d. Have a strong interest in chemistry.
    e. Have done many experiments.

    • Always take off your jewellery before doing housework. Detergents and cleaning powders can make it dull.
    • Put jewellery on last when dressing. Perfumes and hairsprays can tarnish it.
    • Don't swim when wearing any gold - you might lose it. Also, chlorine and saltwater can have a bad effect.
    • Clean it regularly. Soak in warm soapy water and gently brush with a toothbrush. Rinse in clean water and dry with a soft, clean cloth.
    • To prevent scratching, keep gold separately in a jewel box.

  69. What is the topic of the text?

  70. a. Carat Guide.
    b. Buyers' Guide.
    c. Going for gold.
    d. Caring for gold.
    e. What to look for.

  71. Which of the following can make your jewellery tarnish?

  72. a. Hairsprays and chlorine.
    b.Hairsprays and perfumes.
    c. Cleaning powders and perfumes.
    d. Detergents and cleaning powders.
    e. Salt water and warm soapy water

    Many people now have a card which enables them to withdraw money from an ATM. You just insert your card into the machine and key in your PIN (Personal Identification Number). Then, tell the machine how much money you want.
  73. The purpose of the text is .............

  74. a. to tell how to use an ATM
    b. to persuade the readers to have credit card
    c. to check the customer's account
    d. to explain to the readers how to use PIN
    e. how to get ATM registration

  75. "many people now have a card which enables them to ....
    The word enables means .............

  76. a. forces
    b. supports
    c. asks
    d. allows
    e. put

    HOW TO MAKE BALLOON FACESYOU WILL NEED;flour balloons funnelyarn glue felt-tip pensSTEPS:1. Pour as much flour as you can through a funnel into a balloon.2. Tie a knot in the balloon3. Glue on some yarn for hair4. Draw a face on the balloon with felt-tip pens5. Mold the balloon with your fingersSee what funny faces you can mak

  77. What is the purpose of the text?

  78. a. to describe a place
    b. to tell you about past events
    c. to tell you a story
    d. to tell you how to make something
    e. to report the events

    To : Mr. Tri GunartoI found some viruses attack my documents.Please tell me how I can eliminate them.Sorry, I wrote this memo because you were not in your office.Thank you.Mr. Siswanto

  79. What is the purpose of the text?

  80. a. to give information
    b. to ask services
    c. to ask information
    d. to give services
    e. to have something

  81. Who is the writer of that memo?

  82. a. Mr. Tri Gunarto
    b. Mr. Siswanto
    c. The secretary
    d. The receptionist
    e. His Friend

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Alfian B said...

Pak minta soalnya yaaa ... untuk ngerjain tugas. Makasih banyak.... he he he!

PAZTIM said...

OK dech sama-sama ...! sukses yaa ...!