Soal USBN Bahasa Inggris SMP Tahun Pelajaran 2019/2020 ONLINE

Soal USBN Bahasa Inggris SMP Tahun Pelajaran 2019/2020 ONLINE

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I. PILIHAN GANDA Choose the best answer.

Text for question items no 1 to 2


The 9th grade students must attend extra classes. It will begin on October 16 to 31, 2018. For those who have not enrolled yet are expected to fill out the registration form at the administration office.

All students are required to attend the extra classes in order to be successful in doing the national examinations.

Principal of SMP Nusa

1. What is the topic of the announcement?
A. The compulsory of joining extra classes. 
B. The key to succeed in national exam.
C. The beginning of national exam.
D. The enrollment of extra classes.

2. Where should the students enroll for the program?
A. At the administration office. 
B. At the principal‟s office.
C. In the classroom.
D. At school.

Text for question items no 3 to 5

Dear the captain of class 9A,

As we planned before, today we are going to do an experiment on frog in the school lab. However, I‟m in the middle of teachers meeting in Malang Education Office . So for your today‟s learning activity, please make groups of four and discuss the material in chapter IV instead.

We will do the experiment next week. Sorry for not being with you.


3. If Mr. Ervan attends the class, the students will ....
A. do the experiment in the class
B. discuss the material in chapter IV 
C. do the experiment in the school lab
D. have groups of four and discuss the material

4. The underlined word in “… please make groups of four...”. has the closest meaning with ....
A. arrange 
B. devide 
C. build
D. create

5. What will the captain of the class probably do after reading the message?
A. Tell his friends to go to school lab for doing experiment. 
B. Tell his friends to read the material of chapter IV.
C. Ask his classmates to do an experiment on frog. 
D. Ask his classmates to create groups and discuss.

Text for question items no 6 to 8
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6. Which service is NOT being offered in the advertisement?
A. PC tune up.
B. Virus removal.
C. Virus instalation.
D. Software installation.

7. What should we do if we need the service?
A. We can send the laptop to Jack & Jill.
B. We must repair the laptop in Jack & Jill.
C. We can contact to Jack & Jill phone number.
D. We must give our contact number to Jack & Jill.

8. „Free Pick-up and delivery’.
The underlined word means the act of .... customer‟s house
A. taking goods to
B. renting goods to
C. purchasing goods to
D. borrowing goods from

Text for question items no 9 to 11

Finally, you did it!
You have finished your study with cumlaude Your achievement proves you‟re the best! You really deserve it, buddy.


9. Why does the writer send the greeting card?
A. Because his/her friend has won a competition.
B. Because he/she got award as the best student at school.
C. Since his/her friend graduated from school with the best achievement.
D. Since the writer graduated from his / her high school as the best achiever.

10. When did the writer send the greeting card?
A. After the writer‟s friend become his/her buddy.
B. Before the writer‟s friend finished his/her study.
C. Before the writer‟s friend got his/her achievement.
D. After the writer‟s friend graduated from his/her school.

11. “You really deserve it, buddy."
The closest meaning of the underlined word is .... 

A. lovely
B. worthy 

C. scary 
D. fancy

Text for question items no 12 to 14

12. What is the readers‟ advantage after reading the label?
A. Recognizing the name of the company.
B. Understanding the amount of the ingredients.
C. Memorizing the process of the product packing. 

D. Knowing the detailed information of the product.

13. Customers should be careful when opening the product because ….
A. the cooking needs high heat 

B. the product contains sodium 
C. the soup requires much water 
D. the container has sharp edges

14. From the label, the customer will know that ….
A. the product is free of fat, so it is really healthy
B. the amount of potassium in every serving is 200 Mg
C. the sodium of this product is less than the regular one
D. the most nutrition which contains in this product is protein

Text for question items no 15 to 17

The Monkey and The Turtle

Once upon a time there were a monkey and a turtle agreed to go to the river to pick up banana trunk from the stream. They divided it into two. The monkey took the upper half of the trunk. He thought it could grow easily and yield fruit sooner. So the turtle got the lower half. They went directly home to plant their shares.

Days went by soon the turtle‟s bananas were ripe enough to harvest, but the turtle could not climb the banana tree to pick the fruit. So he sent for the monkey to help him climb the banana tree and pick the bananas. The monkey began to pick ripe bananas, peeled them one by one and ate them greedily. The monkey went on eating, and the turtle got no bananas.

Forgetting the turtle and having eaten up all the bananas, the greedy monkey slipped, lost his balance out,

fell down and died.

Adapted from: Aesop Fable

15. Base on the story, a monkey and a turtle …. to the river to pick up banana trunk from the stream..
A. go
B. goes 

C. went 
D. gone

16. What can we learn from the story above?
A. Don‟t steal someone‟s belonging.
B. Don‟t be a greedy and stingy person. 

C. Don‟t look down on someone‟s effort. 
D. Don‟t be an unjust and unwise person.

17. When the turtle could not climb the banana tree, he ….
A. himself picked the banana for him. 

B. pulled out the fruit and ate them all.
C. did not do anything since he could not climb. 

D. asked for the monkey‟s help to take the fruit.

Text for question items no 18 to 19
Anytime You Need a Friend
(Mariah Carey)

If you‟re lonely
And troubles seem like
They never end
Just to remember to keep the faith
And live will be there to light the way

Anytime you need a friend
I will be there
You‟ll never be alone again
So don‟t you fear

Even if you‟re miles away
I‟m by your side
So don‟t you ever be lonely
Love will make it alright

18. Based on the song lyric, what should you do if you are lonely?
A. You do not need to be worry. 

B. Find a friend to share the life. 
C. You have to keep the faith.
D. Find a right love.

19. What does the underlined expression in “And live will be there to li gh t the w ay” mean?
A. To make your life better. 

B. To make the way brighter. 
C. There is a lamp on the way.
D. You have to be a lovely friend.

Text for question items no 20 to 23

The place that I never forget is Covent Garden. It is one of the most popular parts of London. Tourists and Londoners, adults and kids – they all enjoy the great shops restaurants and cafes, and, most of all, they love the street performers. At Covent Garden, you can see some of the best street performers in the world. There are jugglers, clowns, magicians, living statues, musicians – the list goes on and on!

Before they can perform there, performers have to pass a test (it doesn‟t cost anything). The shows are free and performers don‟t go round and collect money – but most people throw money into the hat! The performers can keep all the money. Sometimes the audience is small, but often big, and due to that they make a lot of money at the end of the show.

Chantelle plays the violin in an orchestra, but she prefers Covent Garden! “The Crowds are always great here, she

says, “and the money‟s better than my orchestra job!”

20. What is the text about?
A. The musicians of Covent Garden. 

B. The performers in Covent Garden.
C. Getting some money in Covent Garden.
D. Covent Garden as a place for street performers.

21. What do the performers have to do before they can perform there?
A. Pass the test.
B. Collect some money.
C. Show their performance.
D. Throw the money into the hat.

22. What will the readers probably do when they visit the Covent Garden?
A. Find the exact location of Covent Garden
B. Plan to be the street performers
C. Prepare to pass the test of being street performer
D. Enjoy the street performances of Covent Garden

23. “and due to that they make a lot of money…”
The word “they “ refers to .... 

A. people
B. audiences
C. tourists
D. performers

It was a stormy night. My parents and my sister were away at a friend‟s house. I hoped they would return home soon. The lights kept flickering. I did not like being alone.

The lightning and thunder were getting worse. Suddenly, my worst fear came true. The house became pitch dark. I remembered that my brother kept candles in a cupboard in the living room. I groped around for my way downstairs, stumbling down the steps. I could hardly see anything.

Finally, I found the candles in a drawer. Now, I had to go to the kitchen for a matchbox. I knocked against things. But, at last, I found a matchbox and lit a candle. Suddenly, I heard sounds coming from the porch. I froze. Someone was trying to get in! I grabbed my hockey stick and waited.

I heard voices. The front door slowly opened. I held the hockey stick upright. Fear made my hands shake.

Then, a voice cried out, “Avan! Avan! Where are you?” It was my neighbor and his son. They brought

candles for me.

24. What problem did the writer face?
A. He felt scared when he was alone in the darkness at his home.
B. He wasn‟t be able to find the candles in the darkness. 

C. He found someone was trying to get into his house. 
D. He was afraid of the lightning and the thunder.

25. What did the writer do after the electricity at his house was off?
A. He asked for the candles to his brother. 

B. He went downstairs to find the candles. 
C. He asked for the candles to his neighbor.
D. He went to the kitchen to get the candles.

26. What was actually happened when the writer heard the sounds coming from the porch?
A. The writer‟s neighbor came to bring the candles for him. 

B. Someone came and grabbed the writer‟s hockey stick.
C. The writer‟s friend came and opened the front door. 

D. The writer‟s parents and sister came home.

27. The underlined word in “I grabbed my hockey stick and waited.” (paragraph 3) is closest in meaning to ….
A. put
B. took
C. caught
D. released


The text aims to ….
A. inform people the function of a fire extinguisher 
B. tell the readers how to use the fire extinguisher 
C. show the easiest way to use fire extinguisher
D. remind the fireman the safety of the product

29. How can we put off the fire effectively?
A. Squeeze the handle evenly. 

B. Pull the pin close to you.
C. Sweep the nozzle slowly. 

D. Spray steadily to the fire.

30. What will likely happen when you aim high at the fire?
A. it will reduce the heat level of the fire. 

B. it will make the fire bigger.
C. it will instantly extinguish.
D. it will create less damage.

Text for question items no 31 to 34


Tornadoes are known as one of the most damaging disasters. What is the description of tornadoes? A tornado is a very powerful column of winds which spirals around a center of low atmospheric pressure. A tornado look like a large black funnel which hangs down from a storm cloud.

The name “tornado” derives from the Latin “tonare”. It means “to thunder.” While the Spanish developed the word into “tornear” which means “to turn or twist”. This is why a tornado is sometimes called twister or cyclone.

The winds inside a twister can spin around at speeds up to 500 miles an hour, but it usually travels at roughly 300 miles an hour. This speed twisting makes a tornado the most dangerous storm.

The average tornado has a diameter of about 200 to 300 yards. The smaller tornadoes are known as satellite tornadoes. These small offspring, about 50 yards across, can be very fierce and do lots of damage.

The forming of a tornado can be very quick. Sometimes it can form in a minute or less. That is why it is hard to detect. A tornado can travel across the ground at high speeds, then it can suddenly vanish. Most

tornadoes last less than twenty minutes and travel less than 15 miles. However, the super storms sometimes travel over 100 miles before they are exhausted.

Adapted from https://englishadmin.com/2012/11/tornadoes-as-example-of-report-text.html

31. The writer‟s intention in writing the text is to….
A. inform the readers how the tornadoes are formed
B. tell the impact of tornadoes for human being
C. describe about the tornadoes in general
D. explain the type of tornadoes

32. In which paragraph does the writer discuss the rapidity of tornadoes?
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4

33. The tornadoes are difficult to be detected because it ….
A. can be fierce
B. can be dangerous
C. is moved very fast
D. is formed in a short time

34. The word „it’ in sentence “… but it usually travels at roughly 300 miles an hour.” ( paragraph 2) refers to ….
A. the twister 

B. the cloud 
C. the storm 
D. the speed

Text for question items no 35 to 38

The Legend of “Rawa Pening”

Once upon a time, there was a little boy, who was poor, dirty, and smelly, came into a little village. He was very hungry and weak. He knocked at every door and asked for some food, but nobody cared about him. Nobody wanted to help the little boy. Finally, a generous old woman helped him. She gave him shelter and a meal. When the boy wanted to leave, the old woman gave him a “lesung”, a big wooden mortar for pounding rice. She reminded him, “Please remember, if there is a flood you must save yourself. Use this “lesung” as a boat”.

The little boy was happy and thanked the old woman. The little boy continued his journey. While he was passing through the village, where he had asked for food, he saw many people gathering on the field. The boy came closer and saw a stick stuck in the ground. People challenged each other to pull out that stick. Everybody tried, but nobody succeeded.

“Can I try?” asked the little boy.

The crowd laughed mockingly. The boy wanted to try his luck so he stepped forward and pulled out the stick. He could do it very easily. Everybody was dumbfounded. Suddenly, from the hole left by stick, water spouted out. It did not stop until it flooded the village. As the old woman told him, he used the “lesung” as a boat and picked up the old woman. No one was saved from the water except the little boy and the generous old woman who gave him shelter and meal. The whole village became a huge lake. It is now known as Rawa Pening Lake in Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia.

Source: http://english-story-collection.blogspot.com/2013/07/081-legend-of-rawa-pening.html

35. What is the moral value of the text?
A. We should help and never underestimate others.
B. People should realize their mistake before others do.
C. We should criticize someone who has different opinion. 

D. People should take care of poor, dirty, and weak people.

36. After the old woman gave the boy shelter and a meal, she gave him a ….
A. wooden mortar. 

B. bottle of water. 
C. good clothes.
D. nice boat.

37. If the old woman didn‟t help the boy, she would probably ….
A. got hurt by her “lesung”. 

B. ate her meal by herself. 
C. drowned in the lake.
D. pulled out the stick.

38. What is the main idea of paragraph 3?
A. The old woman sank into the lake. 

B. The water flooded the village.
C. The boy met the old woman. 

D. The boy stopped the disaster.

Text for question items no 39 to 40

Last week my school arranged a tour to a waterfall. We went to Curug Sewu. On a fine cool morning. We gathered at the school at six o‟clock. Two buses had ready at school. The teacher counted the students. We were all ninety. Four teachers accompanied us and two assistants took charge of the sports things. At half past six, we got into the bus and left for Curug Sewu.

We were in our happy mood. We sang cheerful songs and clapped, shouting and rejoicing along the way. At 9 a.m. the teachers served us fried rice and mineral water for breakfast. Two hours later we arrived at Curug Sewu. We kept our bags and baggages on a lodge booked by the school for us. After a full meal we got ready for sight-seeing.

At first we visited Kshetra Curug Sewu. There we saw a big temple built where five rivers originate. We were surprised to see it. There we enjoyed rafting and other watersports. It was almost evening there. So we hurried up to the sunset point. We saw the whole sunset, where the sun went down on the western horizon with its brilliant colors spread in the sky. The view had a deep impression on my mind. When it was dark we returned to our lodge.

The next day was kept for visiting other points and valleys. On the early morning we enjoyed the sunrise, and other sightseeing points. In the afternoon around four we went to the market. There, we enjoyed delicious strawberries and raspberries. I bought a cane stock and a bottle of honey.

Then it‟s the time for us to return home from journey. We were in a very merry mood returning home. I enjoyed my picnic very much.

39. What did the students do when they were all in happy mood?
A. They kept their bags and baggages on a lodge. 

B. They enjoyed the sight-seeing at Curug Sewu. 
C. They enjoyed the cuisine and the watersports. 
D. They enjoyed their picnic.
40. It can be inferred that the author loves sunset more because ….
A. She is not a sport type person
B. She loves nature more than sport
C. She is most likely a melancholic person
D. She loves the radiant colours of the sunset

Read the text to answer question items no 41 and 43.

My best friend is Yuta and he is my classmate. We go to school together. He comes from educated family. His father is a school principal and his mother is also a teacher. He is punctual, well-educated, and has good manners. He is also well-dressed and well-behaved. It looks good for his well-built body.

He has a good heart. He is friendly, helpful, truthful, honest and obedient. Besides, he also has a fantastic sense of humor and he always makes me laugh. It`s a pleasure to be with him. I really enjoy his personality.

His hobby is listening to music. He also likes to play piano and it makes his parents very proud of him. He takes part in all sports, scouting, trekking and mountaineering activities. He is gentle but brave.

He always studies diligently. He reads any books whenever he has leisure time. Besides, he works hard for his achievement. He does all homeworks and any kinds exercises. Thus, he always gets good marks and usually becomes the top in his class. All teachers have a high opinion of him. He inspires me for my better achievement.

I`m sure we`ll always be close friends.

41. What is the intention of the writer in writing the text?.

42. How does Yuta inspire the writer?

43. What is your conclusion about Yuta‟s personality?
Fill in the blanks by using suitable word to answer question items no 44 to 45

44. The writer and his friends returned to their lodge … it was dark there.

45. Komodo dragons are carnivores who ... to eat pigs, deer, snakes, fish and water buffalos.
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