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Latihan Soal PAS Bahasa Inggris Kelas 12 Semester 1 Tahun 2020/2021

Latihan Soal PAS Bahasa Inggris Kelas 12 Semester 1 Tahun 2020/2021

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Latihan Soal PAS Bahasa Inggris Kelas 12 Semester 1 Tahun 2020/2021

Soal PAS Bahasa Inggris Kelas 12 Semester 1

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READING SECTION
Text 1 is for questions 16-18
Seven people were killed in a collision between a bus, a car and a truck at 10:35 p.m. on Jalan Sultan last night. The dead were all passengers in the car. Police believed the car might have been trying to overtake the bus when it was struck by a truck coming from the opposite direction. The driver of the car may not have been using his lights, as the truck driver said he did not see the car approaching.

The police said the car should not have been trying to pass the bus, since overtaking is not allowed on Jalan Sultan. In addition, the police reported that the car -a small Japanese car- should not have been carrying more than five people. The names of the victims are not yet known.

16. Who were killed in the accident?
a. The passengers in the bus.
b. The passengers in the car.
c. The drivers of the car and truck.
d. The driver and passengers of the truck.
e. All the drivers of the car, truck, and bus.

17. When did the accident happen?
a. In the midnight.
b. At half past eleven at night.
c. At half past ten in the morning.
d. At twenty five to eleven at night.
e. At twenty five to eleven in the morning.
18. What can be concluded from the text?
a. The bus was struck by the truck.
b. The accident was caused by the car.
c. Nobody was injured during the accident.
d. All the dead victims can be identified by the police.
e. The bus was not allowed to overtake on Jalan Sultan.

Text 2 is for questions 19-21.

Fire in Champion Hotel

A two-alarm fire broke out on the fifth floor of the beautiful and expensive Champion Hotel early yesterday. The fire, which was controlled by firefighters after four hours, caused extensive damage to the hotel, although no serious injuries were reported.

The blaze started in a resident’s room of the twenty-story hotel at 333 W. 24th street shortly smoking in red. While they struggled to control the flames, four firefighters were overcome by smoke and taken to Roosevelt Hospital. Fire officials who were on the scene said that there would be an official investigation into the cause of the fire.

19. The main idea of the first paragraph is …
a. there was fire in Champion Hotel.
b. the fire was controlled after four hours.
c. an investigation was held to know the cause.
d. there were many dead victims due to the fire.
e. Champion Hotel was expensive and beautiful.

20. Where did the blaze start?
a. Fifth room.
b. Room 333W.
c. Hospital’s room.
d. Roosevelt’s room.
e. A resident’s room.
21. “A two-alarm fire broke out on the fifth floor of the beautiful and expensive Champion Hotel …” The word “expensive” is antonymous with …
a. huge.
b. large.
c. high.
d. great.
e. cheap.

Text 3 is for questions 22-24.
Golden Hills, August 29- Robbers yesterday stole diamonds and watches worth over $ 50,000 from the Paris Jewelers in 79 King’s Road. The robbery took place at 1 p.m. when the manager Mr. M. D. Wilkins who was alone in the shop at the time was closing up for lunch. A man and a woman, both in their early thirties, arrived by taxi and asked to look at some expensive diamonds and watches. Suddenly they knocked Mr. Wilkins over and went out of the shop with 5 expensive diamonds and a number of watches. They left in a taxi which was waiting outide.

22. What is the best title for the text above?
a. Paris Jewelers.
b. Money Robbery.
c. Expensive Jewelry.
d. Diamond Watches.
e. $ 50,000 Jewel Robbery.
23. How old were the robbers?
a. Early 30s.
b. About 20s.
c. About 40s.
d. 28 years old.
e. 30 years old.

24. How many people who robbed the jewel shop?
a. 1.
b. 2.
c. 3.
d. 4.
e. 5.
Text 4 is for questions 25-28.
Indonesia has embarked on the task of counting its islands in order to better protect its territory and marine resources. It hopes to locate and name an additional 1,700 islands in time for the UN Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names in August. Indonesia wants to claim autonomy and fishing rights in the waters surrounding the islands, many of which its neighbors also claim.

The Indonesian government says illegal fishing in its waters is costing billions of dollars in lost revenue each year. A fisheries spokeswoman told the BBC: "Sixty per cent of islands in Indonesia don't have a name or officially have legal status, so they can easily be taken or claimed by another country."

Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago. At the last UN conference on geographical names in 2012, Indonesia registered 13,466 islands. A law in 1996 estimated that the number of islands was 17,508. The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea defines an island as, "a naturally formed area of land, surrounded by water, which is still exposed at high tide".

A spokesman from Indonesia's Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries explained the scale of the task the counting team had. He said: "We have to visit every one of these islands, and then we note the coordinates, the name, the meaning of the name, the history of the land and describe the landscape and its geographical history…all that in great detail."

25. What kind of rights does Indonesia want to claim?
a. Lost rights
b. Water rights
c. Legal rights
d. Fishing rights
e. Mountain rights

26. How many percents are the islands in Indonesia which officially have legal status?
a. 30%
b. 40%
c. 50%
d. 60%
e. 70%

27. When must an island be exposed for it to officially be an island?
a. At noon.
b. At night.
c. At low tide.
d. At high tide.
e. At midnight.

28. "Indonesia has embarked on the task of counting ...." (paragraph 1) synonym of the underlined word is ... .
a. stayed
b. moved
c. stopped
d. launched
e. convened

Text 5 is for questions 29-31.
A survey has found about 13 percent of first-time smokers in the country are junior high school students. It also revealed 89 percent of young female employees were smokers.

The survey was conducted in five major cities across the country, including Surakarta in Central Java.

Muhammad Syahril Mansyur, the Surakarta Health Agency’s respiratory illness division, said that the finding of the survey showed an alarming growth rate of Indonesian smokers. "This situation is a cause for concern,” he said. “It appears the country’s younger generation is uneducated about the health risks of smoking.”

The Indonesian anti-tobacco campaign has reportedly been deemed as ineffective as the government refuses to sign the international convention on tobacco control. It said that cigarette producers contributed to a large amount to state revenue and gave jobs to thousands of workers.

29. The text mainly tells you about… .
a. the increase of Indonesian smokers
b. the health risks of smoking
c. large amount of cigarettes
d. young female smokers
e. the danger of smoking

30. Why does the growth of Indonesian smokers have to be concerned?
a. It decreases the selling of cigarette.
b. It cannot make people work at cigarette factory.
c. There are increasing younger smokers in Indonesia.
d. It cannot make the large amount of cigarettes be distributed.
e. It is likely that younger generation is uneducated to the risks of smoking.
31. One of the advantages of cigarette industry is … .
a. to make sellers rich
b. to give a great job chance
c. to cause people addictive
d. to give jobs for certain people
e. to contribute a little amount to state revenue

Text 6 is for questions 32-34.
Half of all heart patients make medication errors
(Reuters Health) - Half of all heart patients made at least one medication-related mistake after leaving the hospital, and guidance from a pharmacist didn't seem to reduce those errors, in a new study.

Consequences of mistakes - such as forgetting to take certain drugs or taking the wrong dose - can range from side effects like constipation to more serious drops in blood pressure. Two percent of errors were life-threatening.

Hospitals involved in the study were already taking steps to prevent medication mistakes in addition to the extra pharmacist intervention, said Dr. Sunil Kripalani, the study's lead author from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

"We were surprised to see that in spite of these efforts that 50 percent (of patients) were still having these medication errors," he told Reuters Health.

Although the pharmacist visits didn't help the average patient, he added, certain ones seemed to benefit - such as patients who were on multiple drugs or had trouble understanding health information.

As for traditionally lower-risk patients, he said other strategies to prevent errors may be needed.

32. What does the text tell us about?
a. The doctor’s medical treatment.
b. The patient’s medication errors.
c. The hospital’s medical treatments.
d. The uncontrolled medical treatment.
e. The pharmacist’s medication mistakes.

33. What is the effect of medication errors?
a. Life-long time.
b. Life-threatening.
c. Bleeding on heart.
d. Problem in healing.
e. Health information.

34. “… and guidance from a pharmacist didn't seem to reduce those errors ….” (part 1)
The underlined word is closest in meaning to… .
a. improve
b. upgrade
c. decrease
d. degrade
e. increase

Text 7 is for questions 35-37.

Indonesia wins 2-0, but Falls Short of Qualifying

Indonesia put in an impressive performance in their 2-0 defeat of Singapore, but still failed to qualify for next year's AFC U-22 soccer championship after finishing a third place at the end of Group E matches in Pekanbaru, Riau on Sunday.

The two goals for the home side, which welcomed Coach Aji Santoso back the sidelines from a four matches suspension, both came in the second half from Agung Supriyanto.

He scored his first goal from the penalty box before finding his second several minutes later. He beat a defender with a swift maneuver from the right flank and had the goalkeeper gasping as his thunderous goal blasted into the far post.

The young Indonesians collected 9 points, or just one point behind runner-up Australia, out of a six strong field of competitors. Japan topped the standing with a perfect collection 20-2 goal margin.

Singapore came in fourth with 7 points followed by Timor Leste with 3 points and Macau with no points.

In earlier matches in the day, favorite Japan continued their dominant form with a 5-0 drubbing of another tournament favorite Australia, while Timor Leste chalked up their first victory, a 4-1 over last-placed Macau.

35. Why did Indonesia fail to qualify for next year's AFC U-22?
a. They got disqualified.
b. They defeated Singapore.
c. They did not have the chance
d. They finished in the third place.
e. They showed impressive performance.

36. How did Agung Supriyanto get his second goal?
a. He let the goalkeeper keep the ball.
b. He welcomed Coach Aji Santoso back.
c. He beat a goalkeeper with a maneuver.
d. He kicked the ball from the penalty box.
e. He beat a defender with a swift maneuver.

37. What is the main idea of paragraph 1 ?
a. Indonesia failed to qualify next year's AFC U-22 despite their winning over Singapore.
b. Indonesia and Singapore participated in the AFC U-22 in Pekanbaru, Riau.
c. Indonesia's impressive performance has trounced Singapore by 2-0.
d. Indonesia did not perform well but could defeat Singapore by 2-0.
e. Indonesia could defeat Singapore by 2-0.

Text 8 is for questions 38-42.

Bridge breaks in Central Java, killing 5 people and injuring 29 others

A footbridge packed with tourists broke at a mountainous resort on Java Island Wednesday, killing five people and injuring 29 after they plunged into a rocky riverbed, police and tourist officials said. The victims were evacuated to three nearby hospitals, said Surono, an employee at the Baturaden resort in Central Java province, adding that they fell more than 20 meters (yards) after one of the steel cables holding the small bridge snapped. Local police chief Emron Putra Agung said five people were killed and 29 injured. The accident occurred as the country enjoys a weeklong holiday marking the end of the Islamic month Ramadan, when people traditionally flock to holiday sites. Baturaden, located 300 kilometers (190 miles) east of the capital Jakarta, is one of the most popular resorts on the slopes of Mount Slamet (3,428 meters, 11,246 feet), Java's second-highest peak.

38. The text tells us about ...
a. the evacuation of the victims.
b. the tourist resort in Central Java.
c. the killing of five visitors in Baturaden.
d. the popular tourist resort in Central Java.
e. the accident on the broken bridge in Baturaden.

39. Some local tourist were killed and injured in Baturaden when …
a. they were in the riverbed
b. they were swimming in the river.
c. they were climbing Mount Slamet, Central Java.
d. they were enjoying the landscape on the small bridge.
e. they were swinging on the small bridge over the rocky river.

40. The footbridge in Baturaden broke because ….
a. it had been too old to walk on.
b. it had not been used for long time.
c. it was used to evacuate the victims.
d. it lied on the slope of Mount Slamet.
e. it couldn’t afford supporting overload.

41. Which of the following statement is NOT TRUE according to the text?
a. The broken footbridge killed five visitors.
b. The victims were left behind without relief.
c. The accident happened at the end of Ramadhan.
d. The bridge broke because of one of the broken steel cables.
e. The visitors were killed because of falling into a rocky riverbed.

42. “…. killing five people and injuring 29 after they plunged into a rocky riverbed,”
What is the similar meaning of the words “plunged into”?
a. fell on
b. fell off
c. fell back
d. fell away
e. fell down

Text 9 is for questions 43-45.

Wade withdraws from U.S. basketball team

(Reuters) - Miami Heat guard Dwayne 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.

43. 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.

44. Based on the text, Dwayne Wade… .
a. failed to play in Beijing Olympic games
b. will never play basketball again for the U.S. team
c. is the most valuable player in the Olympic games
d. will be a guard in the U.S. Olympic basketball team
e. was the leading scorer for the U.S. team in Beijing Olympic games.

45. What is the main idea of paragraph 3?
a. People know that Dwayne Wade has a problem.
b. Dwayne Wade visit his doctors for medical test.
c. The doctors suggested Wade recovers his knee by surgery.
d. Dwayne Wade wants to improve his health to continue the game.
e. Dwayne Wade has struggled with his knee problem that he needs surgery.

GRAMMAR

46. Agility … an essential skill in many sports.
a. considers
b. is considered
c. has considered
d. is considering
e. has been considering

47. Many new extracurricular … currently being introduced in SMA Al Hikmah.
a. are
b. had
c. will
d. can
e. do

48. It would be great if you … me some Arabic before my hajj.
a. teach
b. teaches
c. was taught
d. had taught
e. had been teaching

49. Many countries … the decision by the US to invade Iraq.
a. opposed
b. opposing
c. is opposed
d. are opposed
e. have been opposed

50. Banjarese … in Borneo for centuries.
a. has been spoken
b. has been speaking
c. was spoken
d. is speaking
e. speaks

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