Contoh Soal UTS Bahasa Inggris Kelas XI Semester Genap


UJIAN TENGAH SEMESTER GENAP
Mata Pelajaran Bahasa Inggris Kelas XI

Choose the correct answer by crossing (X) a, b, c, d, or e

1. Situation : Your friend is cheating during the test.
What is suitable warning to situation above?
a. Watch your step please             
b. Watch your head
c. Be careful or the teacher will catch you     
d. Look out behind you        
e. Sit down please

2. A: Could you tell me how big a blue whale is?
B: Well, let me tell you. The blue whale is the largest animal ever known. It exceeds elephants and
dinosaurs in size. A blue whale can weigh up to 115 tons.
A: ….

Complete the dialog above with the correct expression of surprise!
a. Could it be mammals         
b. Wow, that’s an amazing fact
c. It looks like blue whale     
d. I don’t think so.    
e. I’m sorry , I don’t know

3. Give advice for this problem with the correct expression of offering advice!
I have a problem. I don’t have money to pay my English book. I’m afraid to asking it with my father
because he sick and has not job. What should I do?
a. Up to you     
b. I suppose so    
c. That is not my affair         
d. I suggest you to get job    
e. I don’t have opinion

4. Please don’t feed the animals.
Where would you expect to see these warnings?
a. at market         
b. at garden        
c. at zoo     
d. at parking area    
e. at home

5. What would you do in this situation?
You’ve been invited to dinner at a friend’s home. You’re about to sit down to eat. But you want to use the
toilet first. What would you do?
a. Excuse me. Where’s the toilet?          
b. Say nothing and wait your fiend to ask you
c. Do you mind if I use the bathroom        
d. Say nothing and show that you want to toilet first
e. Say nothing and start looking around the house for the toilet

6. What would you do in this situation?
You’re 20 minutes late for class. The teacher is explaining something to the class when you arrive. What would you do?
a. Not go to the class        
b. Say nothing and take a seat    
c. Wait out side the classroom until the class
d. Go in, walk up to the teacher and apologize    e. Go in as quietly as you can and take a seat   

TEXT 1 for question 7-11
New York City is the largest city in the United States. The cities concert houses, museums, galleries, and theaters constitute an ensemble of cultural richness rivaled by few cities. In 2000 the population of the city of New York was 8,000,278. The population of the metropolitan region was 21,199,865. New York City consists of five boroughs they are Queen’s, Brooklyn, Staten Islands, The Bronx, and Manhattan. There are so many attractive places in the city. One of its popular landmarks is the Statue of Liberty.

It is a symbol of freedom for many, was one of the first sights to welcome immigrants arriving in the United States. The Statue stands 93 m tall on Liberty Island in New York Harbour. New York’s 250 museums cater to every specialty and every taste. It has museums in such fields as natural history, broadcasting, fire-fighting, crafts, and ethnics’ cultures. As the world’s greatest art center, New York City has more than 400 galleries and is a Mecca for artists, art dealers, and collectors.

Madison Avenue between 57th and 86th streets is the most important locale for galleries, but dozens of others are located in SoHo (South of Houston Street) and adjoining neighborhoods. New York also has a famous botanical garden. It is called Brooklyn Botanical Garden, 21 hectare. Located the borough of Brooklyn is in New York City.

7. What is the purpose of the text above?
a. To tell about New York City                 
b. To inform about New York City
c. To describe about New York City             
d. To know about New York City
e. To explain about New York City

8. Which statement is NOT TRUE based on the text?
a. I t has 4 boroughs                 
b. It has more than 400 galleries
c. It has 250 museums                 
d. It is the home of the statue of Liberty
e. It has a Botanical Garden

9. The Statue of Liberty is located in….
a. SoHo     
b. Manhattan        
c. Queens         
d. Liberty Island    
e. Brooklyn

10. What do you call the second paragraph?
a. Orientation     
b. Identification        
c. Resolution     
d. General Classification    
e. Complication

11. The word “it” in the last paragraph refers to….
a. New York     
b. Brooklyn        
c. Museum         
d. Children’s Garden    
e. Botanical Garden

12. Complete the following dialog with the correct expression of relief!
Situation : Andi borrowed Dinda’s novel. It suddenly page of novel is broken. Andi has taken it back to
her.
Andi : I’m sorry. I think I’ve broken it.
Dinda : It’s okay. I make it broken.
Andi : ….
a. This is great     
b. I’m glad to hear that    
c. It’s very painful     
d. It gives me great pleasure    
e. Oh, what shall I do

13. Which is the following sentence NOT TRUE to expression of relief?
a. Oh, that’s a relief     
b. I’m glad to hear that    
c. Thank goodness for that   
d. Thank God for that  
e. It’s very painful

14. Complete the following dialog with the correct expression of pain!
Situation : You playing basketball with your friends. It suddenly ball touch head of audience.
You : I’m sorry. I’m not expressly.
The audience : ….
a. Phew     
b. Ouch! It hurts me so much        
c. Oh, marvelous     
d. Fantastic!    
e. I feel so relieved

15. Which is the following sentence NOT TRUE to expression of pain?
a. Ouch! That hurts!     
b. Aw! It hurts me so much    
c. It’s very painful     
d. I’m extremely glad to hear that
e. Ouch! Stop pinching me

16. Complete the following dialog with the correct expression of pleasure!
Situation : Your football team has a new captain and your friend asks your opinion.
Your friend : Do you like our new captain?
You : ….
a. I’m very pleased with him     
b. Thanks heaven    
c. Ouch! It hurts me so much     
d. It’s very relaxing   
e. Ouch! It’s very painful

17. Which is the following sentence is NOT TRUE to expression of pleasure!
a. I’m very pleased with this room     
b. I can’t say how pleased I am    
c. Oh, it’s very wonderful
c. Fantastic!                
e. This ointment relieves my pain

18. Complete the following dialog with suitable response!
Sandra : There are too many western films on television lately. Don’t you agree?
Tony : … because I can study English.
a. I disagree     
b. I see what you mean      
c. I am very agree     
d. I don’t think so    
e. I think that’s nonsense

19. (1) Ayu : What about telling about the human body?
(2) Andi : What should we present for the oral test next week?
(3) Ayu : Good idea
(4) Andi : Not a bad idea, but talking about animals is very ordinary. Many of our classmates have told about animals.
(5) Ayu : How about something about an animal species?
Arrange the jumble sentences above into a good dialogue!
a. 1,3,2,4,5         
b. 2,5,1,4,3    
c. 1,3,2,5,4         
d. 2,5,3,1,4        
e. 2,3,4,1,5

Spiders eat small insect such as flies and mosquitoes and you know what? They sometimes bite people. When a spiders bites an insect, it doesn’t kill the insect immediately but a special poison passes through its fangs and this poison paralyzes the body of the unlucky insect. Most spiders make their own homes. They do this with a special substance produced by their bodies. In the corner of some rooms it is possible to find a spider’s is waiting for the next dinner guest.

20. The type of the text above is a….
a. Description         
b. News Item    
c. Report    
d. Analytical Exposition    
e. Narrative

20. The text above is about…
a. Arachnids         
b. Flies         
c. Insect     
d. Poison        
e. Spider

21. Spiders have special teeth called….
a. Fangs         
b. Legs        
c. Arachnids    
d. Poison        
e. Insect

22. Based on the text above, we can conclude that….
a. Arachnids are larger than insects     
b. Arachnids same with insects
c. Insect are larger than arachnids     
d. Every arachnids has a special poison        
e. Spiders are insects

Question for 46-47
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23. The advertisement above is about?
a. A flight attendant     
b. Travelling     
c. Universe Airlines     
d. Interested candidates        
e. Job Vacancy

24. Where did the applicant send application letter to?
a. Jl. Kayu Jati     
b. Cibubur 23230     
c. Flight attendant      
d. Universe Airlines    
e. Email: Universeairlines@yahoo.com

25. “I’m looking forward the having your invitation for an interview.”
What does the above sentence mean?
a. I’m going to be interviewed            
b. I’m going to invite you for an interview
c. I’m expecting you for an interview        
d. I’m waiting for an interview invitation
e. I’m going to be invited for an interview

Read the text to answer question number 26 to 29
Last holiday I went to Paris. I visited museums and sat in public gardens. A friendly waiter
taught me a few words of French. Then he lent me a book. I read a few lines, but I did not understand a word. Everyday I thought about postcards. My holidays passed quickly, but I
did not send any cards to my friends. On the last day I made a big decision, I got up early and bought thirty seven cards. I spent the whole day in my room, but I did not write a single card!

26. What is the text about?
a. Visiting museum        
b. Postcard        
c. Words of French        
d. Holiday

27. What is the generic structure (tenses) of the text above?
a. Simple present tense            
b. Simple past tense   
c. Present continues tense            
d. Simple future tense

28. Whom did the writer meet in Paris?
a. Friendly waiter        
b. His friends        
c. Postman            
d. Mother


29. What was the first place the writer visited?
a. Museum            
b. Public garden    
c. His room        
d. Post office

30. ‘I read a few lines, …’
What does the underlined phrase mean?
a. Words in a postcard    
b. Text on the book    
c. Museum guiding    
d. Garden’s rules

*GOOD LUCK*

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