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Mata Pelajaran : BAHASA INGGRIS
This dialogue is for question no. 1
1. Ghea : Emily, it’s still drizzling.
Emily : Yes. Do you bring your umbrella with you?
Ghea : No,but I have to go home now. Today is my birthday and I want to celebrate it with my family.
Emily : Wow! Congratulation, then. …. Take care
Dea : Thank you, Bye
A. Hopefully you can do it well
B. Hopefully your family is happy
C. I hope you can arrive home soon
D. I hope your life is filled with happiness

2. Dika : Dad, Vina invites me and some other friends to have dinner at a restaurant.
Father : When?
Dika : This Saturday night. ....
Father : I think you can’t. There will be a family gathering night at my office and we have to attend it.
Dika : Oh, I lost this chance.
A. May I order the food?
B. May I join them?
C. Can you accompany me?
D. Do you mind coming with me?

3. Nesya : How is your condition now, Ratih?

Ratih : I feel worse.
Nesya : I think you should take some medicine for your sickness three or four times a day.
Zildan : ..., Nesya. Ratih, you’d better take some more rest. I think it is enough.
Ratih : Okay, Zildan. Thank you I will.
A. It is not different
B. I agree with you
C. Not necessarily
D. That’s a good idea

4. Liza : Hi, Firman. I don’t see Karina today.

Firman : I heard she is being hospitalized. She got an accident yesterday.
Liza : Is it true? ....
Firman : I don’t know much about it. You’d better ask Vina. I heard from her. I was in hurry so I haven’t got the
chance to know the details.
A. I want to tell you about it
B. Tell me more about it!
C. Show the accident!
D. I cannot decide

5. Arini : Well, guys. Don’t forget to bring the stuff we need for our picnic.
Dody : I have prepared all. But who will bring the guitar?
Julia : We can ask Rayyan to bring it. What do you think?
Arini : .... As long as I know his guitar has been broken.
A. I think that’s a clever idea
B. I don’t think he can
C. I don’t believe in him
D. I have different idea
The following text is for numbers 6 and 7.


6. What is the benefit of reading the text?

A. We can ask the caretaker to open those places after 6.00. p.m
B. We will not find people doing certain activities ta those places
C. We will not plan doing activities at those places afetr 6.00. p.m
D. We can arranged acticties after 6.00 as those places may be empty

7. What will happen if you play on the grounds a few minutes before six?
A. We may be not satisfied
B. The guard will be angry
C. The play ground will be boring
D. We will be sad

The following text is for questions 8 and 9.

For Daddy
I am sorry, I won’t be at home for dinner. My boss asks me to attend a spontanious meeting at 5 pm,
and it will take long. So, please don’t pick me up, I will take a taxi home. Have nice dinner with the

8. What is the writer’s intention to write the text above?

A. To inform that the writer cannot have dinner together.
B. To inform that the writer has to attend the meeting.
C. To tell that she will take a taxi home,
D. To explain the importance of the meeting.

9. Why the writer doesn’t want to be picked up?

A. She prefers to take a taxi.
B. She has to attend a meeting.
C. Her boss invits her to have dinner.
D. The meeting will probably be long
The following text is for question number 10 and 12

To : All Grade 7 Students

Since you are not library members yet, you need to complete the document below:
1. Registration form (available at the library)
2. 2 color photographs (2 x 3 cm in size)
3. A recommendation letter from the principal.

You’ll be attended by the library officer from September 2-16, 2016 during working hour. The card
will be in your hand a week after the closing date of registration. Being a member is obligatory in our
school. Make sure that you submit all the document.

Mr. Raja
Head of Library
10. What is the writer’s intention to write the text above?
A. To inform the deadline of the registration.
B. To give information about the size of the photographs.
C. To explain about the obligation of being a library member of the school.
D. To ask the Grade 7 students to complete the document to be a library member.

11. We can assume that being a library member is ....

A. very important for a student
B. the head of library’s suggestion
C. not useful for the grade 7 students
D. something troublesome for the students

12. The registration form will be given by the librarian, ... the recommendation letter is from the principal.
A. and
B. but
C. or
D. so
Read the following text for questions 13 to 15.

13. What is the function of the text?

A. To inform people how to get the new mobile phone.
B. To explain us how to operate the mobile phone.
C. To promote the new mobile phone to people.
D. To give explanation about the mobile phone.

14. Based on the picture above, We can conclude that ….

A. Samsung Galaxy is as expensive as Nokia lumia 920.
B. Nokia lumia 920 is more expensive than HTC Butterfly.
C. LG Optimus G is cheaper than Samsung galaxy.
D. HTC Butterfly is the most expensive among them.

15. ‘Jurong point Roadshow Exclusive offers ….’

The underlined word is similar to….
A. orders
B. provides
C. describes
D. influences
The following text is for questions number 16 to 18.

16. One of the benefits of consuming the product is that ....

A. all allergy symptom will be vanished
B. the blood sugar level will decrease
C. the body weight will be reduced
D. the respiratory system will be better

17. It is assumed that the product is a kind of ....

A. healthy food
B. junk food
C. fresh food
D. fast food

18. “The product may not be suitable for Asthma and ....”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ....
A. appropriate
B. delighted
C. improper
D. tasteless

Read the following text for questions 19 to 22.

When I was in Junior High School, my mother bought me an acoustic guitar. It was my first guitar. I
learned some basic guitar chord with it. It accompanied me since I was a beginner who know nothing about
guitar, until I managed to improve my skill to a better level. Even though I have another guitar right now, but this
one is still my favorite. The sound produced by it is still as clear as it was. Its classic and simple design is just
My favorite acoustic guitar has great appearance. It is mainly made of mahogany wood. It is a steel-string
type of acoustic guitar. Three different color were used to cover the major parts of the guitar. The color of the
front side is peach with wooden fiber pattern which intentionally designed to be clearly visible with our eye. The
color of the back side is black, and the color of the edges is dark brown. The neck of the guitar was painted in
black, but the headstock is dark brown. The tuning pegs or tuning keys are made of white plastic and is attached
to the headstock, three on the top side and three on the bottom side. There is a part called "nut" placed between
the neck and the headstock. It is made of white plastic too. The fret of the guitar is mainly made of copper. There
is only one sound hole on my guitar and it is located at the end part of the neck. The bridge, where the end part of
the strings was attached, is made of wood and is painted in black.
19. What does the text tell us about?
A. The writer’s wood guitar.
B. The different color of guitar.
C. The writer’s favorite guitar.
D. The classic and simple guitar.

20. We know from the text that the writer’s classic guitar is ...
A. made of plastic
B. painted with black and peach color
C. still gives the best sound as before
D. bought before he was in Junior High School

21. What is the main idea of the second paragraph?

A. The color of the guitar makes it attractive
B. The sound of the guitar is remarkable
C. The design of the guitar is stunning
D. The parts of the guitar is important

22. Rearrange the jumbled words below into a meaningful sentence

incomparable – simple – its – classic – it – make – and – design
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
A. 5 – 6 – 2 – 8 – 3 – 4 – 7 – 1
B. 5 – 6 – 1 – 3 – 8 – 7 – 2 – 5
C. 3 – 4 – 8 – 7 – 2 – 6 – 5 – 1
D. 3 – 4 – 7 – 2 – 8 – 6 – 5 – 1

The following text is for questions 23 to 26

One day, when an Ant was nimbly running about in search of food, came across a Chrysalis that
was close to its time of change. The Chrysalis moved its tail, and thus attracted the attention of the Ant,
who then saw for the first time that it was alive. “Poor, pitiable animal!” cried the Ant disdainfully.
“What a sad fate is yours! While I can run hither and hither, at my pleasure, and, if I wish, ascend the
tallest tree, you lie imprisoned here in your shell, with power only to move a joint or two or your scaly
tail.” The Chrysalis heard all this, but did not try to make any reply.
A few days after, when the Ant passed that way again, nothing but the shell remained. Wondering
what had become of its contents, he felt himself suddenly shaded and fanned by the gorgeous wings of a
beautiful Butterfly, “Behold in me, your much pitied friend!” said the Butterfly, “Boast of your powers to
run and climb as long as you can get me to listen now” So saying, the Butterfly rose in the air, and, borne
along and aloft on the summer breeze, was soon lost to the sight of the Ant forever.

23. What is the text mostly about?

A. The Ant and the Chrysalis.
B. The Beautiful Butterfly.
C. The Chrysalis shell.
D. The Powerful Ant.

24. Why did the ant insult the chrysalis arrogantly?

A. He was more brilliant than chrysalis
B. The chrysalis would not get angry with him
C. He couldn’t be able to see the chrysalis being a beautiful butterfly
D. He didn’t know that the chrysalis would be a beautiful butterfly later

25. What can we learn from the text?

A. It’s not good to be selfish.
B. We should not underestimate to others.
C. Impossible thing could happen anytime.
D. We should prepare ourselves to face hard times.
26. ‘.., ascend the tallest tree,....’
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ....
A. hold
B. hang
C. climb
D. jump

The following text is for questions 27 to 29

How to Use a Mini Sewing Machine

 Thread
 Batteries
 Fabric
 Scissors
 Foot pedal
 bobbin
1. Place your mini-sewing machine on a flat and stable working surface. Insert batteries or plug the
power cord into a nearby electrical outlet.
2. Connect the foot pedal to your mini sewing machine by inserting the end of the pedal into the
designated jack on the sewing machine.
3. Place a spool of thread onto the thread spindle (holder) that is located on the side or top of your
4. Take the end of your thread and insert it through one of the top holes in the bobbin spool. The end of
the thread should now be coming out of the top of the bobbin.
5. Place the bobbin onto the “Bobbin Winder” of your mini machine. The bobbin winder should be
located near the thread holder that is holding your spool of thread.
6. Use one hand to hold the end of the thread that is coming from the top of the bobbin.
7. Press the power switch for your sewing machine to turn it on. While still holding the bobbin thread in
your hand, press the foot pedal of the mini sewing machine. As you do so, your bobbin will thread
itself using the thread from the spindle

27. What is the writer's intention to write the text?

A. To help the users to handle a mini sewing machine correctly
B. To inform the complexity of operating a mini sewing machine
C. To guide the users how to fix a mini sewing machine
D. To make the users examine the mini sewing machine properly

28. What did the writer do after inserting the batteries or plug in the power cord to the electrical outlet?
A. Take the end of your thread and insert it.
B. Place a spool of thread onto the thread spindle
C. Connect the foot pedal to your mini sewing machine
D. Press the power switch for your sewing machine to turn it on

29. The spindle usually located … of the sewing machine.

A. beside
B. under
C. beneath
D. beyond
The following text is for questions 30 to 32

When I was in senior high school, my school held a study tour to Bali and all of the 11th-grade students
participated. I went there with my teachers and friends. We left our school at about 08.00 a.m.
The trip from Blora to Bali only took about one day, but it was quite exhausting because I had to sit along the way.
Luckily, the trip felt short because it was fun. I spent the whole time along the way singing, joking around, and playing
games with my friends.
All of my tiredness has suddenly gone when we arrived at Sanur Beach. It was early in the morning, so I could see
the sunrise. It was really beautiful. Then, we headed for the hotel to take a rest and had breakfast first before
continuing our adventure.
After my energy had fully recharged, then we went to the Nusa Dua Beach. We could do a lot of fun activities
there, such as playing parasailing, banana boat, and so on. I skipped those fun stuff and preferred to go to a little island
which had a lot of reptiles in there, such as snakes, turtles, etc. The view was wonderful because the island looked like
in the middle of the sea.
Next, we went to Garuda Wisnu Kencana. There were two gigantic statues of Wisnu and his bird named Garuda.
The relief on the rock was also amazing but I did not really know the story on it. At last, we went to one of the biggest
bottled tea beverage companies in Bali to do some observations. We learned how tea bottled beverages were
manufactured from the first until the last step.
Finally, our study tour in Bali was over and we went back to Blora. Although the trip was so tiring, I felt really
happy because I could learn a lot from it and spent the time with my dear friends.
Source: https://www.contohtext.com/2019/05/contoh-recount-text-tentang-liburan-ke-bali.html

30. What is the topic of the text?

A. Wonderful view in Bali
B. The report of students’ trip in Blora
C. The writer’s study tour to Bali
D. Spending time with dear friends

31. The writer skipped his fun activities in Nusa Dua beach because he …
A. disliked adventured stuff.
B. needed fully recharged energy.
C. wanted to play with a lot of reptiles in sea.
D. preferred to see wonderful view in a little island.

32. Although the trip was so tiring, I felt really happy because I could learn a lot from it. (Paragraph 6)
The underlined word refers to ….
A. Bali
B. the trip
C. Blora
D. Observation
The following text is for questions 33 to 35

On a hill in area of Borneo, there lived a poor widow and her daughter. The girl was really beautiful.
However, she was very lazy and spoiled. She loved to dress up every day, but never helped her mother.

One day, they went down to a village for shopping. A market was far away from their house. They walked
there. The girl got dressed very nice and walked in front of her mother. While the widow walked behind, carried
a basket, wore dirty clothes. Nobody knew they were mother and daughter.
While entering village, people looked at them. Young men were so fascinated by girl’s beauty. However, she was
in contrast to a woman walking behind her. It made people wonder. Some young men asked her whether
woman was her mother. But girl arrogantly replied that she was her maid. More people asked her along the way
to market. She gave a same answer that widow was her slave.

Eventually, mother’s heart hurt to hear her daughter’s answer. Mother prayed to God to punish her ungodly
daughter. Suddenly, girl stopped then slowly turned to be a stone. Daughter cried, she apologized to his mother.
But it was too late. A pretty girl was turned into a stone but continued to tear, it’s called A Crying Stone.
Source: https://englishcoo.com/contoh-narrative-text-legend/
33. The text mainly talks about ….
A. A lazy and spoiled girl
B. A widow and her slave
C. A beautiful girl and her maid
D. A poor widow and her daughter

34. Why did the girl cry?

A. Her mother didn’t forgive her.
B. Her mother got angry to her.
C. She wasn’t pretty anymore.
D. She turned to be a stone.

35. behind walking her maid The girl was the woman that her said.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
The best arrangement of the words to make a sennce is ….
A. 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 7 – 8 - 9
B. 6 – 2 – 1 – 4 – 5 – 3 – 7 – 8 – 9
C. 4 – 9 – 7 – 6 – 2 – 1 – 8 – 5 – 3
D. 7 – 4 – 2 – 1 – 6 – 9 – 8 – 5 - 3

Questions 36 to 38 refer to the following text.

Pempek Ingredients:
Fish Cake
 500 gram flesh of Spanish mackerels, grinded – you can also use other fillet fish such as herring,
 3 egg yolks
 200 ml ice water
 2 tbsp salt
 1 tbsp white sugar
 1 tbsp white pepper powder
 1 tbsp garlic powder
 3 tbsp vegetables oil
 800 – 1000 g sagoo/tapioca flour
Soup (Cuko)
 250 g palm sugar
 2 tbsp white sugar
 6 cloves of garlic, no need to peel the skin
 25 g bird’s eyes chillies
 1/2 tsp salt
 1 tbsp of tamarind (depend how sour you want the soup is)
 250 ml water
Additional optional Ingredients
 Cucumber
 Egg noodle, fried
 Grinded dried shrimp
Pempek preparation:
1. Grind all the ingredients to make fish cake, except sagoo/tapioca flour.
2. Mix them well.
3. Then take 1 tablespoon of fish batter, add about 2-3 tablespoons of sagoo flour, mix and shape
pempek as you wish. Set aside and shape the rest of batter until finished.
4. Boil the water using saucepan, and cook the pempek, about 15 minutes. When they are coming up
to the surface, mean it cooked.
5. Deep fry the cooked pempek.
6. Make the soup: boil the water with all the ingredients until sugar is dissolved.
7. Then grind the sauce using food grinder or hand mixer, filter.
8. Place the pempek in plate (you can cut into small pieces), add the noodle and then pour with the
soup. Garnish with the cucumber. Some people like to add ebi (grinded dried shrimp).

Sourse: http://www.indofoodstore.com/pempek-recipe-indonesian-ingredients-and-video.aspx
36. Who will get the benefit of reading the text?
A. The readers who like cooking
B. The traditional food lovers
C. The housewife
D. The chef

37. How do we know whether Pempek have cooked?

A. The alarm will give a sign
B. The boil water will spread out
C. They will come up to the surface
D. The saucepan will open automatically

38. Pempek refers to the old Chinese man … first produced these fish and tapioca cakes from Palembang in
South Sumatra.
A. who
B. when
C. whom
D. whose

Questions 39 to 42 refer to the following text.

Cacti or cactuses are member of the plant family Cactaceae. The word "cactus" derives from the ancient
Greek, kaktos, a name for a spiny plant whose identity is not certain. Cacti occur in a wide range of shapes and

Most cacti live in extremely dry environments, even being found in the Atacama Desert, one of the driest
places on earth because cacti can conserve water by doing many adaptions. Almost all cacti have thickened,
fleshy parts adapted to store water. Most species of cacti have lost true leaves, retaining only spines, which
are highly modified leaves. The spines help prevent water loss by reducing air flow close to the cactus and
providing some shade.

Cacti are native to the Americas, ranging from Patagonia in the south to parts of western Canada in the
north—except for Rhipsalis baccifera, which also grows in Africa and Sri Lanka. Cacti have a variety of uses:
many species are used as ornamental plants and others for food (particularly their fruit).

Source: https://www.englishiana.com/2016/09/contoh-report-text-tumbuhan-inggris-artinya.html

39. What is the writer intention to write the text?

A. To give general description of cacti
B. To tell the reader the native of cacti
C. To persuade the reader to plant cacti
D. To inform the reader the species of cacti

40. What is the main idea of paragraph 3?

A. The native of cacti
B. The family of cacti
C. The species of cacti
D. The identity of cacti

41. We know from the text that cacti ….

A. Are just used to as ornamental plants C. Can live in dry environment
B. Won’t be able to use for food D. Have thin and fleshy parts
42. Cacti can conserve water by doing many adaptions. The underlined word means ….
A. Release
B. protect
C. Waste
D. Get

For number 43 to 45, fill in the blanks with the suitable word.

Machu Picchu is a famous symbol of the Incan Empire history. It is also …(43) as the lost Incan city. It
was built in 1450 but a hundred years later it was abandoned after the Spanish came and conquered the
Incan Empire. Machu Picchu is a city built with the polished stone. …(44) is located in the middle of a
tropical mountain forest with an extraordinarily beautiful panorama. The main building is Intihuatana,
the Temple of the Sun, and Room of the Three Windows, which are called the Sacred District. Initially, the
city was a fortress and then transformed into the capital of the Incas. Machu Picchu means Old
Mountain. The city stands about 3 thousands meters above …(45), among the high mountains. Though it
takes long time to reach the place, the dazzling panorama is very worth it.

43. ____
A. well known
B. interesting
C. famous
D. good
44. ____
A. it
B. this
C. that
D. there
45. ____
A. the earth
B. sea level
C. the surface
D. ground level

For number 46 to 48, fill in the blanks with the suitable word.
Platypus is a semiaquatic carnivorous egg-laying mammal of the family Omithorhynchidae. They are
endemic animal of Australia which became one of animal icon of Australia besides Kangaroo. They can be …(46)
at eastern Australia and Tasmania Island. Their scientific name is Omithorhynchus anatinus.

The body of a platypus can reach the size of 50 cm in length with the body weight of 2,4 kg. Their
appearance resemble a combination of some animals. Their body look like the body of a mole and beaver … (47)
the same time (flat and hairy). The bill and legs are similar to duck, so they have four webbed feet. Their tail is
similar to the tail of a beaver. There are some venomous stingers on the feet of a male platypus that they can use
to strike the enemy. The fur around their body and tail is waterproof. It helps to keep them warm when they are in
the water. The snout of a platypus is not divided into upper and …(48) parts like a bird’s beak. It is actually a
sensory organ that allow them to detect the prey movement in the water. The mouth is located under the bill.

A platypus spend most of their time swimming and foraging for food in a river. They are an excellent
swimmer and also a good hunter in the water. They feed on worms, insect larva, and freshwater shrimp. They
spend about 12 hours looking for food and the remaining time to rest in their burrow every day. They can live up
to 11 years in the wild and around 17 years in captivity.
46. ____
A. found
B. kept
C. had
D. got
47. ____
E. in
F. at
G. on
H. into
48. ____
I. Upper
J. lower
K. larger
L. wider

For number 49 to 50, arrange the sentences into a good paragraph.

49. ___
1. We left our house at about 5 o'clock in the morning. We took a taxi to the railway station.
2. Finally our train came. All of us rushed to get on the train.
3. Last Lebaran, my family and I went to our hometown. We decided to take a train because it is more
4. It took about 5 to 7 hours to get to our hometown. We enjoyed our journey.
5. We took the carriage no 3 according to our tickets.
6. But our train was late for about fifteen minutes, so we had to wait a bit longer.
7. After finding our seats, we sat comfortably.
8. We arrived at the station at six. Our train would leave at 6.40.
A. 3-8-6-4-5-1-2-7
B. 3-4-5-8-1-2-6-7
C. 3-1-8-6-2-5-7-4
D. 3-5-4-2-7-8-1-6

50. ___
1. Nature’s recycling program for water is called water cycle.
2. Rain or snow eventually finds their way back to the ocean.
3. Water falls from the air as rain or snow.
4. Water goes from the ocean, lakes, and rivers into the air.
5. One of the things nature recycles is water.
6. Did you know that nature recycles too?
7. May be you recycle cans, glass, and paper.
A. 7-6-5-4-3-2-1
B. 1-2-3-4-5-6-7
C. 5-6-3-4-7-1-2
D. 2-1-4-3-6-7-5