Latihan Soal - SD/MI - SMP/MTs - SMA

Latihan Soal Bahasa Inggris SMA

Preview soal:

The following sentences are responses of congratulation, except….
a. thank you
b. thank you very much
c. it was really nothing
d. it’s nice of you to say so
e. no problem

Jennifer is American, she speaks …
a. Dutch
b. English
c. Malaysian
d. Americans
e. Japanese

Paris is the capital city of French. It is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is also one of the world most crowed cities. Lovely gardens and parks are found throughout Paris. At nigt many palaces and statues are lit up. For this reason Paris is often called the city of light. Every year millions of people visit Paris. Teh most favourite place to visit is the Eiffel Tower. This Stucture has become the symbol of Paris. The Lourve, one f the world’s largest art museum drugs any visitors. The Cathedral of Norte Dome are famous chruch is another favourite palce to visit.

Narrators: Thirteen, What ha become the symbol of Paris?

A. The Lourve

B. The Cathedral

C. The Eiffel Tower

D. The Lovely garden

E. The light stucture

A: Why do you always invite me go to date?
B: Because, …..
a. I love you
b. I miss you
c. I hate you
d. I owe you
e. I trust you

Have you seen your name …. on the announcement board?
a. write
b. written
c. writing
d. being written

The Legend of Redfish

Once upon a time there were many swordfish in the sea near Singapore.
These swordfish caused a great deal of trouble. They flew into boats and sometimes killed fishermen. There were so many of these swordfish that the Raja decided to kill them.

So the Raja brought his army down to sea to fight the swordfish. Many people came to watch the battle, and among them was a very clever little boy. The little boy watched the soldier in their uniform, their long swords shining in the sun. He thought to himself that he would like to be a soldier when he grew up.

When the captain gave the signal, the soldier stood in long line on the beach and waited for the swordfish to attack. Soon the swordfish came leaping and flying across the water. Wave after wave of then came. They noses, and many soldiers died. Suddenly, the little boy saw the raja sitting sadly beneath a tree. He ran to raja and said. “Please, sir I think I know how to stop the swordfish.”

“Do you. Indeed, little boy?” said the Raja looking to a cut at the boy’s bare feet and ragged clothes.
“Yes, Sir,” the boy said. “Tell the soldiers to take those the banana trees over there. Then tie the trees together to make a wall to stop the fish.”
“That’s wonderful idea,” said the Raja. He turned to his captain. “Why didn’t you think of that, Captain? Tell your men to start at once.”

The captain looked angrily at the little boy before he told his men what to so. The soldiers cut the banana trees and tied them together with strong ropes. They used more ropes to pull the wall to the edge of the water. This time, when the sword came, they flew out of the water and their swords stuck in the wall of banana trees. They couldn’t move, and so it was easy for the soldier to kill them. “Well done, men.” said the Raja to the soldiers. “And thank you, little boy’” he said to the boy.

The little boy bowed to the Raja and ran back to his home on the hill by the sea. The Raja thoughtfully watched him go. That’s very clever child,” he said to the captain.

The captain was still angry because the boy had made him took stupid. “Perhaps, sir, he is too clever. Clever little boy can grow into dangerous man.”

The Raja thought about this, and the more he thought the more he worried. A few days later the captain came to see him again. “Sir” he said. “I am worried about that little boy. He is too clever. Someday, he will make a lot of he will make a lot of trouble for us.” “You are right, Captain,” said the Raja. “I think we should stop him now, before it’s too late.” “Good,” said the captain. “I’ll take care of it tonight.” That night the captain and some of his soldiers climbed the hill where the little boy lived. They quietly went into his house and killed him with their swords. The little boy’s blood ran freely down the hill. Soon the whole hill had turned red, and it is red to this every day. When the people heard the Raja’s captain had done, they named his place Redhill. And even now, they remember the story of the clever little boy who stopped the swordfish.

Who killed the little boy?
a. Captain
b. The King
c. The little boy’s parents
d. The grandmother of the little boy
e. His neighbor

Mr. Hasan Renaldi
PT. Jaya Sentosa
Jl. Hasanudin 73

Dear Mr. Hasan Renaldi,

In response to your letter of December 20, 2015 we apologize for the error in shipment. We are sending immediately the additional 500 boxes of glossy photo papers, that were not included in the shipment.

We value our relationship with your company, and we regret the inconvenience. You can be assured that this will not happen again in the future. We also enclose some catalogues of our new products.

Sincerely yours,
Manager of order Department

The purpose of sending the letter is to …
A. Request the paper excluded in the previous shipment.
B. Complete another request from PT Jaya Sentosa.
C. Request more orders of glossy photo papers.
D. Ask for apology for the error in shipment.
E. Enclose some new cataloques.

Thank you for all you’ve done from the…of my heart
a. base
b. foundation
c. end
d. bottom
e. inside

Mother waters the flowers.
The flowers….
a. watered by mother
b. are watered by me
c. is mine
d. were watered is mine
e. are watered by mother

The purpose of narrative text is to…
a. describe
b. retell what happen
c. report something
d. persuade the reader that something is fun
e. entertain