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  • PAKET 4 Bhs. Ingg. LUN II Kab. Tegal 2012/2013


    Bhs. Ingg. LUN I I Kab. Tegal


    LEMBAR SOAL Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris

    Kelas : IX ( Sembilan )

    Hari / Tanggal : Kamis, 7 Maret 2013

    Waktu : 07.30 09.30 ( 120 Menit )


    1. Sebelum mengerjakan isilah identitas Anda pada Lembar Jawab Latihan Ujian Nasional ( LJLUN )

    2. Periksa dan bacalah soal serta petunjuk mengerjakannya sebelum anda menjawab. 3. Kerjakan semua soal pada lembar jawab yang disediakan dengan menghitamkan bulatan

    menggunakan pensil 2B.

    4. Laporkan kepada pengawas tes apabila terdapat tulisan yang kurang jelas atau rusak atau jumlah soal kurang.

    5. Jumlah soal sebanyak 50 butir, pada setiap butir soal terdapat 4 (empat) pilihan jawaban. 6. Dahulukan menjawab soal soal yang anda anggap mudah. 7. Tidak didijinkan menggunkan kalkulator,HP, Kamus atau alat bantu lainnya. 8. Periksalah pekerjaan Anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujian. 9. Lembar soal tidak boleh dicoret coret.

    ------- Selamat Mengerjakan------


    PADA LEMBAR JAWABAN YANG TERSEDIA! _____________________________________________________________________________

    The text is for questions no. 1 2 .

    1. The notice means that we ... to throw the rubbish on the fence.

    A. are allowed B. are prohibited C. arent prohibited D. are permitted

    2. Where can we probably find this text? In front of. A. the church B. the mosque C. the house D. the alley





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    The text is for questions no. 3 4 .

    3. The announcement above is for A. The principal of football club C. The football club coach B. The children who loved football D. The football club members

    4. Which of the following is correct about Mr. Viagio?

    A. He used to avoid working with children. B. He belongs to a person who likes children. C. He dislikes playing football with boys. D. He is not a Brazilian anymore now.

    5. Where did Mr. Viagio work as a coach before?

    A. China C. Brazil

    B. Indonesia D. England

    The text for questions no. 6 8 .

    Summer Is A Great Time To Return To School!

    If You Need Better Business Skills,

    Let Us Help

    Each summer Claiborne University School of Business Administration offers special

    courses for experienced managers who want to sharpen their existing business skills or learn

    new ones. You will study with your peers in a week-long intensives session that simulates

    the world of international commerce. You will learn new theories and study the way

    business which is conducted around the world. Students in previous sessions have reported

    that what they learned was immediately applicable to their own work situations.

    Only one person from a company is accepted into this special program. All

    applications require three letters of recommendation and proof of employment.

    For more information, call the

    Summer Education Center

    School of Business Administration

    Claiborne University

    903-477-6768 Fax: 903-477-6777


    We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr. Erick Viagio as our new football


    Prior to his appointment with Jakarta Global Junior High School, Mr. Viagio was the

    coach of Junior Club Brazil.

    Mr. Viagio is highly experienced and has enjoyed an active role within the football clubs

    for children in Brazil. He has a strong understanding on how to make our football club the

    best in town.

    Mr. Viagio, a Brazilian, speaks conversational English and Indonesian as well as a couple

    of Chinese dialects. He spent five years living and working in the cosmopolitan city of

    Jakarta and is extremely familiar with Indonesias diverse culture and traditions. Principal,

    Mr. Bandanuri

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    6. Who can join this center?

    A. Professional managers C. Office staff in business B. College professors changing careers D. Undergraduate students in business

    7. What is required for admission?

    A. The name of your manager C. Your job title and duties B. A copy of your grades D. Letters of recommendation

    8. How long will the course take?

    A. A day C. A month B. One week D. Two years

    The text for questions no. 9 10 .

    9. The text above tells us about a sample product A. a plan of sending C. a complaint of B. a plan of buying D. a promotion of

    10. ..., and he asked to send it as soon as possible. The underlined word refers to.... A. Mr. Bandi C. Mr.Kirman B. Nadien D. Santi

    The text is for question no. 11 12

    11. The scout meeting is cancelled because of Mr. Wins.

    A. absence C. arrival

    B. presence D. departure

    To : [email protected]

    From: [email protected]

    Date: January 24, 2013

    Hi Nadien, how are you today? Next two days, I plan to send a sample product of

    shampoo to your firm.

    Mr. Kirman, your purchasing manager has phoned Santi, my secretary, and he

    asked to send it as soon as possible. Can you inform it to him, please?

    Thank you,

    Bandi Adji

    Dear Dini,

    Please forward to others, there is no scout meeting this week since Mr. Win

    hasnt come yet from Egypt. Its cancelled until he is back. Thank you. Sender,


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    12. What should Dini do after reading the message from Ilma?

    A. Come to the scout meeting this week C. Send the message to her friends B. Forward the message to her parents D. Come to Ilmas house

    The text is for question no. 13 14 .

    13. What is the communicative purpose of the text above?

    A. to congratulate someone with precious brand

    B. to wish someone a happiness with new baby

    C. to congratulate someone with many moments

    D. to inform someone about the new baby

    14. A brand new baby is precious, a bundle full of joy. The underlined word means

    A. valuable C. necessary B. precise D. final

    The text is for questions no. 15 16 .

    Nairobi (NBO) to Juba (JUB) Mon, Sep 3 Five fourty Aviation Dep: 6:30 AM Arr: 8:00 Am 1h 30m Canadair reg.Jet Economy (M) Limited 721

    Juba (JUB) to Nairobi (NBO) Fri, Sep 7 Five Fourty Aviation Dep:11:40 AM Arr:1:10 PM 1h 30m Canadair reg.Jet Economy(M) Limited 722

    Cost per passenger (including taxes & fees) $ 428,39 Total cost for 1 passenger $ 428,39

    15. What destination do the passengers go on Monday, September 3rd? A. Nairoba C. Canada

    B. Juba D. Washington

    16. The word Aviation has the same meaning as . A. voyage C. travel

    B. trip D. flight

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    The text is for questions no. 17 18 .

    17. The purpose of the text is to . A. inform about the school activity

    B. explain about the way to visit the school

    C. invite the readers to join the open house activity

    D. learn about the Junior and Senior School in one campus

    18. Why does the St. Margaret School hold the Open House Program? A. To meet the students and the parents

    B. To make a special event in the spring

    C. To give information about the school activities

    D. To give information about the school facilities

    The text is for questions no. 19 21 .

    Open House

    February 18, 2011


    1080 Lucas Avenue

    Please, Join us for St. Margaret's Spring Open House, an opportunity for you and your

    daughter to view the entire school in action!

    Student-guided Tours

    View classes in action

    Tours of residence

    Receive program information

    Visit Junior and Senior Schools on one campus

    Contact: Ms. Kathy Charleson, Director of Admissions

    Tel: (250) 704-4663

    Email: [email protected]

    ~ RSVP Not Required ~

    BALI SATAY Ingredients:

    350 grams of beef,

    Coconut, 3 cloves of garlic,

    4 red chili peppers, 1 table spoon brown sugar, 10 gram of coriander, 10 grams of kencur

    (galangal), 1 lime, 1 teaspoon of shrimp paste, salt, and pepper.

    Directions: - Shred the beef and shred the coconut

    - Slice the garlic and brown it.

    - Heat shrimp paste a little bit.

    - Get lime juice

    - Mix garlic, chili pepper, brown sugar, coriander, kencur (galangal), shrimp paste in a


    - Mix evenly with beef and coconut and the spice mix above add salt, pepper and lime juice.

    - Form thumb-sized pieces from this mix, and stick each on a skewer.

    - Barbecue until done

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    19. From the ingredients we know that the dish will be... A. salty C. a bit hot B. sour D. tasteless

    20. The following things are the ingredients that should be put into the blender, EXCEPT... A. shrimp paste C. chilli pepper B. brown sugar D. salt

    21. What should we do with the shrimp paste before we mix it with other spices? A. Slice it. C. Shred it B. Chop it. D. Heat it a bit.

    The text is for questions no. 22 24 .

    22. What does the text tell us about?

    A. Hokkaido in particular C. winter in Hokkaido

    B. city in general D. people in Hokkaido

    23. When did Japanese people settle Hokkaido? They settled there after the middle of ... century A. ninth C. ninetieth

    B. nineteenth D. ninety-ninth

    24. However, its snowy winters and unspoiled natural beauty attract many skiers and tourist. The word its in the second paragraph refers to . A. Japan C. Hokkaido B. Japanese D. Land area

    Hokkaido is Japans large northern island. Most of the island is mountainous and heavily forested. Hokkaido has a number of volcanoes, including Asahi Dake,

    which stands 2,290 m (7,513 ft) in the Ishikari Mountains and is the islands highest peak. Hokkaido also holds one of Japans largest alluvial plains, the Ishikari Plain. The islands fertile soils support agriculture and provide the vast majority of Japans pasture lands. In addition, Hokkaido contains coal deposits, and the cold currents off its shores supply cold-water fish.

    Winters are long and harsh, so most of Hokkaido is lightly settled, housing

    about 5 percent of Japans population on approximately 20 percent of its land area. However, its snowy winters and unspoiled natural beauty attract many skiers and

    tourist. Hokkaido is thought of as Japans northern frontier because Japanese people settled it only after the middle of the 19

    th century. Most of the remaining

    Ainu People, who populated Hokkaido before the arrival of the Japanese, live on

    the island. The island of Hokkaido forms a single prefecture. Its capital, Sapporo, is

    an important commercial and manufacturing centre.

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    The text is for questions no. 25 27 .

    25. The text above tells us about ... of the bank

    A. the description C. the function B. the services D. two kinds

    26. The main idea of the second paragraph is... A. A bank has two principle types C. A bank provides some money B. A commercial bank is necessary D. A central bank has many types

    27. Which statement is NOT TRUE according to the text? A. A bank is one of the financial institutions. B. There is only one central bank in each country. C. The customers of the central bank are institutions. D. Commercial bank functions as a place for the bill payment as well.

    The Text for questions no. 28 30.

    The Woodcutter and A King Mice

    Once, there was a king of mice. He lived inside a banyan tree in a forest. He

    loved the tree as his home. He lived there happily.

    One day, a poor man wanted to cut down the banyan tree. The king of the mice

    was frightened so he asked the woodcutter to leave the tree standing. In result, he would

    give the woodcutter a gold every day. The woodcutter agreed.

    Every evening, the king of the mice gave a piece of gold to the woodcutter. The

    gold was taken out from the roots of the banyan tree. The woodcutter was happy and

    took the gold home.

    After a few days, the woodcutter's wife asked him, Where does the gold come from? So he replied, The king of the mice gives me the gold from under the roots of the tree. Oh, you are stupid! his wife said and suggested. Why dont you cut down the tree and take the golds all away? The woodcutter would do as his wife said.

    The following day, the woodcutter cut down the banyan tree. Unfortunately, he

    did not find any gold there instead the king of the mice had run away and crept up to the

    woodcutters house. The king of the mice took back all the gold.

    A Bank is an institution with a twofold function. First, it keeps peoples money safe and readily available. In this way it functions as a saving bank. Secondly, it lends money to

    people who needed. It is also, therefore, a money lender.

    There are two principles type of banking. One is commercial banking and the other is

    central banking. A commercial bank provides various services to its customer. Two of the

    services are accepting saving deposit from its customer and providing loan to them. A

    commercial bank also serves as a place where customers can pay some of their bills like

    those for telephone or electricity.

    A central bank also provides loan to its customer but the customers are not individuals

    as in the case of commercial bank. The customers of central bank are government, other

    commercial bank and financial institution. A country will have one central bank. In our

    country it is bank of Indonesia. The central bank often has the duty of formulating and

    implementing the countrys monetary and credit policies usually in cooperation with the government.

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    Attending conferences has become a part of the daily life of students nowadays. But

    attending a conference 5,870 miles away is definitely something else.

    Departing from Soekarno-Hatta airport on June, we headed northwest aboard an

    airplane toward Istambul to attend the Modern Asian Network (MAAN) conference and

    the International Union of Architecture (UIA) congress.

    After a 13-hour flight, two transits and a couple of occasions of air turbulence, we

    arrived safely at Ataturk airport around 7 a.m., Turkey time.

    Retrieving our baggage, we took a tram from the airport heading for the Sultanahmet

    area, where our hotel was located. We were amazed at what we saw through the window

    of the tram-a city with the touch of both Asian and European cultures, something that we

    had never seen before. We arrived at the Mavi Onur Hotel shortly after

    A middle-aged man, whose face reminded of Roman generals on TV, greeted us,

    registered our names and took care of our baggage. The mans name was Ilker, one of the hotels owners.

    Located not far from the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia (the Byzantium Church) and a

    beach, the Mavi Onur was definitely a good place to stay for tourists, especially

    backpackers, for its affordable price and sea-view rooftop.

    Before entering the mosque, we had to take off our shoes and put them into the

    plastic bags provided at the entrance. Visitors shoes must be carried inside, because it is prohibited to leave shoes in front of the mosque. The interior was pleasant, with all the

    mosques colourful windows and pillars.

    28. What is the main idea of paragraph 2? A. There was a king mice in a forest

    B. The king of mice took back all the gold

    C. The king of mice gave gold every evening

    D. A poor man wanted to cut down the banyan tree

    29. Why did the mice give gold to the woodcutter? In order that . A. the woodcutter made a mice house

    B. the woodcutter gave it some food

    C. the woodcutters wife was happy D. the woodcutter didnt cut the banyan tree

    30. What is the moral value of the story? A. Good man always gives something to others

    B. Greedy people always feel lack

    C. People have to look for gold to survive

    D. People should keep their promise

    The text is for questions no. 31 34 .

    31. What is the communicative purpose of the text?

    A. To retell the writers experience in International Day B. To tell how to celebrate International Day

    C. To inform activity in International Day

    D. To describe International Day

    32. How did the writer go to Turkey? He went there by... A. taxi C. bus B. tram D. plane

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    33. What did the writer do after retrieving the baggage? He A. arrived at the Mavi Onur Hotel

    B. saw something that they had never seen before

    C. put a tram in the airport heading for the Sultanahmet area

    D. took a tram from the airport heading for the Sultanahmet area

    34. The interior was pleasant, with all the mosques colourful windows and pillars The underlined word has the similar meaning as the word....

    A. ugly C. horrible B. poor D. Nice

    The Text for questions no. 35 37

    35. What does the writer want from the text above? A. to describe a certain person B. to present at least two points of view about a story C. to describe how the way things are D. to amuse the readers with the story

    36. From the text we conclude that Savitri was a/an . A. betrayal wife C. devoted wife B. ordinary woman D. widow at last

    Yama was a king of Kalichi. He was the God of Death. He had dark green skin and

    wore blood-red robes. His coppery eyes stared out of his grisly face. He rode a buffalo and

    carried a heavy mace. He also brought a noose to put around his victims neck. Then he dragged them to his palace.

    Savitri was King Aswapatis daughter. As she grew up, she became supremely beautiful. Therefore no one dared to ask for her hand in marriage. Aswapati, therefore, sent

    her to search for a husband in all the neighbouring courts.

    Finally, she arrived in a forest. She was surprised to find the blind king Dyumatsena

    who had been exiled from his kingdom. He lived together with his son, Satyavan. Their

    noble bearing immediately attracted her. She noticed that Satyavan possessed all the

    princely qualities. Unfortunately, his name had been written down in Yamas book of destiny. He had only one year to live! But Savitri did not care, for she knew that she could

    never love another man.

    They were married and settled down to live at the hermitage with the aged

    Dyumatsena. Happy days passed quickly. They were sad that a year has passed. That day

    was the day for Yama to take Satyavans soul and bring it with him. Savitri wanted to accompany Setyavan until his last second.

    When Setyavan selected a tree and began to cut it down he suddenly felt a great pain

    in his head. He called out Savitris name and fell down to the ground. Yama appeared and plucked Satyavans soul out of his body and fastened his noose around his neck.

    Savitri followed her husbands body faithfully. Yama was touched by her devotion. He, then, gave her three wishes that would be granted if she stopped following her husband.

    For the first wish, Savitri asked Yama to make her father-in-law can see again. Yama

    consented to her plea at once. For the second wish, she asked Yama to help Dyumatsena get

    back his kingdom. Yama granted her wish easily. For the third and last wish, Savitri asked

    Yama to give her one hundred sons. Yama was about to assent to her plea when Savitri

    pointed out that without a husband the wish could never be fulfilled. Yama was forced to

    concede her point, and released Satyavan, sending the two back to the realm of the living

    with his blessing.

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    37. He lived together with his son, Satyavan. Their noble bearing immediately attracted her The word their in paragraph 3 refers to ....

    A. The king Dyumatsena and his Son C. The king Yama and his wife B. The king Dyumatsena and his Wife D. The king Yama and his daughter

    The text is for questions no. 38 40.

    Hospital is an/a (38). that provides a broad range of medical services to sick, injured, or pregnant patients. The term hospital derives from the Latin word hospitals, which (39) to guests and their treatment. The word reflects the early use of these institutions not (40) as places of healing but as havens from the poor or for weary travelers.

    38. A. education C. company B. institution D. place

    39. A. related C. relates B. are related D. were related

    40. A. merely C. finally B. slowly D. anciently

    The text is for questions no. 41 44.

    41. What is the social purpose of the text above? To describe .... A. durian in general C. special fruit B. durian in particular D. general fruit

    42. The second paragraph tells us about the description of durian .... A. fruit C. seed B. tree D. taste


    Durian is a common name for an evergreen tree. The common name is derived

    from the Malayan word for the trees fruit, duryon. The durian tree usually grows to heights of 24 to 30 m (80 to 100ft), although

    it has been known to grow to 45m (150ft). The leaves, up to 17.5 (7in) long, have

    silver or copper-colored scales on the lower surface. The flowers, about 5cm

    (about2in) long, have white, yellow, or pink petals and grow in clusters. The fruit

    requires about three months to develop; when it is ripe it drops from the tree.

    The durian fruit is often called the worlds most dangerous fruit. It is round or egg shaped and usually weighs 2.8 to 3.5 kg. Its thick rind is green or yellowish and

    covered with hard, sharp spines. The fruit must be handled by its stalk to avoid injury

    from the spines. A human or animal hit by a falling durian can be seriously injured or

    even killed. Inside the fruit are one to four large seeds, each up to 3.5 cm (1.3n) long.

    The seeds are edible when roasted, fried, or boiled. The rest of the fruit consists of a

    custard like pulp that is foul smelling but very tasty. The pulp is usually eaten fresh

    but is also added to cakes, ice cream, and other foods. Elephants, tigers, rhinoceroses,

    and other wild animals are attracted by the odor of ripe durians and compete for fallen


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    43. How long does the fruit need to develop? A. One month C. Three months B. Two months D. Four months

    44. Why is the durian fruit called the worlds most dangerous fruit? A. Because the flesh contains a lot of alcohol which can endanger humans health. B. Because its fruit with sharp spines can injure human beings or animals. C. Because the smell is so strong that it can make people faint. D. Because its tall trunk can fall on the houses under.

    The text is for questions no. 45 47.

    A gang of Robbers (45) a truck loaded with 27,7 ton of raw paper early on Sunday when the truck driver, Sumiaji was dozing at a rest area along the Cikampek toll road in


    Sumiaji told Bekasi Police that the toll road was very (46) at around 1 a.m. on Sunday. Sumiaji and his assistant were sleeping when finally a gang of men approached (47) and threatened to kill them. The gang members bound and gagged the driver and his assistant

    before taking them to Serang, Banten.

    45. A. hit C. saw B. collided D. stole

    46. A. quiet C. crowded B. slow D. fast

    47. A. him C. he B. them D. they

    48. The best arrangement of the following story is . (1) Thats why the bird returned to its previous nest. (2) Once upon a time there lived a kind-hearted man and his wife. (3) To show its gratitude, the sparrow stayed with them and sang every morning. (4) She cut the sparrows tongue. (5) One morning, his wife found a poor little sparrow. (6) But there was an ill-tempered old woman who didnt like the sparrow. (7) She took it gently and fed it.

    A. 2 5 6 3 7 4 1 C. 2 5 3 4 6 7 1 B. 2 5 7 3 4 6 1 D. 2 5 7 3 6 4 1

    49. Arrange these jumbled words into a meaningful sentence.

    Judo the match of held is between competitors two 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

    A. 2 3 1 6 8 7 5 4 C. 2 3 1 5 4 6 8 7 B. 2 3 1 6 8 5 7 4 D. 2 3 1 6 4 5 7 8

    50. Cat my soft fur has very brothers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

    A. 1 2 7 5 6 3 4 C. 2 7 1 5 6 3 4 B. 1 2 7 6 5 3 4 D. 2 7 1 5 6 4 3

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    ***** GOOD LUCK *****