Soal Bahasa Inggris Kelas 11 Semester 1 Kurikulum 2013 dan Kunci Jawaban (Ulangan Harian)

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Soal Bahasa Inggris Kelas 11 Semester 1 Kurikulum 2013 dan Kunci Jawaban
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Ryan : The government plans to raise the electricity bill next month.
Hani : ___________ It will increase the amount of poor people.
1. The suitable expression to complete the dialogue is …
A. I agree with you
B. I totally agree
C. I don't disagree
D. I agree
E. You're right

Fira : Don, I think Chandra is responsible for this case
Dona : Well, I don't know.
2. From the dialogue, we may assume that ...
A. Dona agrees with Fira
B. Dona disagrees with Fira
C. Dona has no idea about the case
D. Dona cannot accept the fact
E. Dona totally agree with the opinion

Mother : You know that Tamara always takes sleeping pills to solve her problems.
Father : That's wrong. It can be dangerous for her life if she doesn't change her bad habit. She should go to a specialist or share her problems with someone she trusts.
3. The underlined expression expresses ....
A. Sympathy
B. Possibility
C. Agreement
D. Disagreement
E. Uncertainty

Choose the best synonym of the underlined word.
4. Do you think I am stupid?
A. Dumb           
B. Brilliant
C. Intelligent 
D. Fast
E. Hard

5. The music is loud.
A. Soft         
B. Pleasant
C. Blaring     
D. Catchy
E. Charm

This text is for questions number 6 and 8.
Wade withdraws from U.S. basketball team

(Reuters) - Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade withdrew his name from the player pool for the U.S. Olympic basketball team on Thursday because his injured left knee will require surgery, USA Basketball said.

After receiving the diagnosis from the Heat team physician, the All-Star guard, who helped Miami win the NBA title in five games over the Oklahoma City Thunder, informed USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo that he was having the surgery soon and would be unable to compete in London.

"As many people may know, throughout the season, I struggled with a recurring knee issue," Wade said in a statement. "After the championship game, I visited with my doctors for a round of comprehensive medical tests, and the recent results dictate the need for surgery. "While every part of me wants to be in London, I need to take this time to do what's best to improve my health and allow me to continue to play the game I love."

Wade was the U.S. team's leading scorer in their run to 2008 Olympic gold in Beijing, scoring a game-high 27 points as the Americans beat Spain 118-107 in the Olympic final.

Despite having his knee drained during the NBA playoffs, Wade averaged over 22 points a game during Miami's championship series triumph over the Thunder.

Wade's exit from the U.S. squad left 17 players in the mix for 12 spots on the Olympic team following injuries that removed several players from consideration, including Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls and Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic.
6. Why can’t Wade play for us basketball team?
A. He is too old to play basketball
B. His injured left knee requires surgery
C. He doesn't want to complete in London
D. He wants to visit his doctor for a medical test
E. He was removed from the U.S. basketball team.

7. Based on the text, Dwyane Wade…
A. Will be a guard in the U.S. Olympic basketball team
B. Will never play basketball again for the U.S. team
C. Failed to play in Beijing Olympic games
D. Is the most valuable player in the Olympic games
E. Was the leading scorer for the U.S. team in Beijing Olympic games

8. What is the main idea of paragraph 3?
A. People know that Dwyane Wade has a problem
B. Dwyane Wade visit his doctors for medical test
C. The doctors suggested Wade recovers his knee by surgery
D. Dwyane Wade wants to improve his health to continue the game
E. Dwyane Wade has struggled with his knee problem that he needs surgery

This text is for questions number 9 to 12
Have you ever wondered how people get chocolate from? In this article we'll enter the amazing world of chocolate so you can understand exactly what you're eating.

Chocolate starts with a tree called the cacao tree. This tree grows in equatorial regions, especially in places such as South America, Africa, and Indonesia. The cacao tree produces a fruit about the size of a small pine apple. Inside the fruit are the tree's seeds, also known as cocoa beans.

The beans are fermented for about a week, dried in the sun and then shipped to the chocolate maker. The chocolate maker starts by roasting the beans to bring out the flavour. Different beans from different places have different qualities and flavor, so they are often sorted and blended to produce a distinctive mix. Next, the roasted beans are winnowed. Winnowing removes the meat nib of the cacao bean from its shell. Then, the nibs are blended. The blended nibs are ground to make it a liquid. The liquid is called chocolate liquor. It tastes bitter. All seeds contain some amount of fat, and cacao beans are not different. However, cacao beans are half fat, which is why the ground nibs form liquid. It's pure bitter chocolate.
9. The text is about ...
A. The cacao tree
B. The cacao beans
C. The raw chocolate
D. The making of chocolate
E. The flavor of chocolate

10. The third paragraph focuses on ...
A. The process of producing chocolate
B. How to produce the cocoa flavor
C. Where chocolate comes from
D. The chocolate liquor
E. The cacao fruit

11. " ..., so they are often sorted and blended to produce ..." (Paragraph 3)
The underlined word is close in meaning to ...
A. Arranged
B. Combined
C. Separated
D. Distributed
E. Organized

12. How does the chocolate maker start to make chocolate?
A. By fermenting the beans
B. By roasting the beans
C. By blending the beans
D. By sorting the beans
E. By drying the beans

This text is for questions number 13 to 16
The sense of taste is one of a person's five senses. We taste with the help of taste-buds in the tongue.

There are four main kinds of taste: sweet, sour, salty, and bitter. All other tastes are just mixtures of two or more of these main types.

The surface of the tongue has more than fifteen thousand taste-buds (or cells). These are connected to the brain by special nerves which send the so-called 'tastes messages.

When the tongue comes into contact with food of any kind, the taste-buds will pick up the taste. The nerves then send a message to the brain. This will make us aware of the taste. All this happens in just a few seconds.

There are four kinds of taste-buds, each of which is sensitive to only a particular taste. These four groups are located in different parts of the tongue.

The taste-buds for salty and sweet tastes are found round the tip of the tongue and along its sides. Sour tastes can be picked up only at the sides of the tongue. The taste-buds of the bitter taste are found at the innermost edge of the tongue. There are taste-buds at the centre of the tongue.

The senses of smell and sight can affect taste. The good smell of food increases its taste. Similarly, attractive colours can make food appear tastier and more delicious. If food does not smell good or is dull-coloured, it will look tasty and may not taste good at all.

Very hot or cold sensations can make the taste-buds insensitive. Food that is too hot or too cold, when placed in the mouth, will have no tastes at all.
13. We can taste any kind of food because of ........
A. The good smell of food
B. The four main kinds of taste
C. The taste-buds in the tongue
D. The senses of smell and sight
E. The taste-buds round the tip of the tongue

14. When we eat very hot or cold food ........
A. The food will lose its taste
B. The food won't smell good
C. The taste of the food increases
D. The taste-buds will be sensitive
E. The taste-buds will be very, responsive

15. The senses of smell and sight ........
A. Increase the taste of the food
B. Affect the taste of the food
C. Make food more delicious
D. Make the food look good
E. Make the food attractive

16. The purpose of the text is ........
A. To explain how we can taste any food in the mouth
B. To give a report about the sense of taste
C. To inform how important the tongue is
D. To describe the use of the tongue
E. To tell the taste of the food

This text is for questions number 17 to 20
A natural disaster is a terrible accident, e.g. a great flood, a big fire or an earthquake. It usually causes great suffering and loss of a large sum of money. The casualties are injured or died. Some people are homeless and need medical care.

Floods occur when the water of rivers, lakes, or streams overflow their banks and pour onto the surrounding land. Floods are caused by many different things. Often heavy rainstorms that last for a brief can cause a flood. But not all heavy storms are followed by flooding. If the surrounding land is flat and can absorb the water, no flooding will occur. If, however, the land is hard and rocky, heavy rain cannot be absorbed. Where the banks are low, a river may overflow and flood adjacent lowland.

In many part of the world flood are caused by tropical storms called hurricanes or typhoons. They bring destructive winds of high speed, torrents of rain, and flooding. When a flood occurs, the destruction to surrounding land can be severe. Whole villages and towns are sometimes swept away by water pouring swiftly over the land. Railroad track blocked and uprooted from their beds. Highways are washed away.

When a building caught fire, the firemen pitched in to help battle the blaze. Before the pumps were invented, people formed bucket brigades to fight fires. Standing side by side, they formed a human chain from the fire to nearby well or river. They passed buckets of water from to hand to be poured on the flames.

The damage of the fire did depend a great deal on where it happened. In the country or a small village, only a single house might burn down. But in crowded cities, fire often destroyed whole blocks and neighborhoods before being controlled.
17. What can possibly prevent rivers and lakes from overflowing?
A. An absorbent bed.
B. A rocky surrounding.
C. A low land.
D. A high bank.
E. A high road.

18. From the text we know that . . . .
A. River can sweep heavy flood
B. People can make money from flood
C. The destruction by flood is always less severe
D. Water flood is absorbed by land
E. Typhoons caused heavy flood

19. “…were invented, people formed bucket brigades to fight fires….”
The underlined word has similar meaning with. . ..
A. Rejected
B. Neglected
C. Made
D. Allowed
E. Ignored

20. We know from the text that . . . .
A. The pump is the only tool used by fire fighters now
B. The pump helps people to fight fires more efficiently
C. Fires in big cities are always very big
D. People no longer use buckets to control fire
E. Only firemen can control fires in crowded cities
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