Evaluasi Belajar Tahap Akhir Nasional
Tahun 1993

Bahasa Inggri

Wacana 1.
It was five o’clock on Sunday afternoon. Irwan and Mira wanted to go to Andi’s house. Andi is their cousin. Irwan wore his brown trousers and white shirt. Mira wore her green dress. They rode their bikes to Andi’s house.
“Hello, Aunt Tina,” they said when they arrived
“Hello,” Mrs. Wijaya said, “I think Andi’s expecting you. He’s in the living-room working on his stamps.”
Irwan and Mira went into the living-room.
“Hi, Andi,” they said.
“Hi, Irwan. Hello Mira. Come in. Sit down and look at my stamps. I have some new ones,” said Andi. He showed his stamps to his cousins. “Oh,” said Irwan. “You have some good ones. How long have you collected them?”
“I’ve collected them since last year. My father’s office receives letters from other towns, and from other countries. So he often gives me stamps,” said Andi.
“I like this one, Andi,” said Mira, “It’s from India.”
“Yes,” said Andi. “Uncle Ahmad has given stamps to me.
He’s in New Delhi now. He has been there for two years.
“Have you had stamps from Africa yet?” asked Irwan.
“No, I haven’t had any yet. But I’d like to get some.”
“I can give you some,” said Irwan.
“Thanks, and I can give you some stamps from India,” said Andi
“That’s fine,” said Irwan, “Then we can trade some stamps.”
The children talked about their stamps for a while Irwan and Mira went home at 5.30 p.m.
(Buku Paket B. Inggris 2b SMP)

X : Who visited Andi on Sunday afternoon?
Y : … did.
A. Iwan and Ina
B. Mirna and Iwan
C. Irwan and Mira
D. Mira and Andi

Andi received Indian stamps from his …
A. aunt
B. cousin
C. father
D. uncle

“I think Andi expecting you,” (line 7)
The word “you” here refers to …
A. Irwan and Mira
B. Irma and Marni
C. Maman and Mimin
D. Tina and Tono

X : How long has Andi collected the stamps?
Y : For …
A. one year
B. two years
C. three years
D. years

“Then we can trade some stamps.”
The word “trade” here means …
A. buy
B. give
C. sell
D. swap

Wacana 2.
The vast archipelago and the great number of islands has made Indonesia the home of a large variety of plant life. The Indonesian flora ranges from the tiny orchid to the giant rafflesia plant. No wonder many botanists are curious to study these plants. The rafflesia arnoldi is the biggest flower in the world. It is unusual because of its large size. It has a flower almost a metre in diametre and 1.40 metre in height.
“Rafflesia” is derived from the name of the British Governor General, Sir Thomas Stanford Rafles, who (= yang) once governed and built the Botanical Gardens in Bogor. Though it is called Rafflesia after Raffles, the man who discovered the plant was Beccary, an Italian botanist who visited Sumatera in 1928.
Rafflesia consists of two parts: the stick-like, part which grows in the middle and the petals around and below it.
The rafflesia plant begin to flower in its tenth year. It blooms three or four times a year. Before it begins to flower, the leaves and the stem become dry and look dead, but the main root in the ground is still alive.
While the flower is blossoming, it has very unpleasant smell which attract insect, especially green flies. They seem eager to explore the flower. But if the flies touch the bottom part of stick, like centre, they die.

Who discovered Rafflesia Arnoldi? … did.
A. The British Governor General
B. Thomas Stamford Raffles
C. Rafflesia after Raffles
D. Beccary

Before the flower begins the bloom, the leaves and the stem become … and look dead.
A. wet
B. dry
C. fresh
D. dead

“The rafflesia arnoldi is the biggest flower in the world. It is unusual because of its large size. It has a flower almost a metre in diametre and 1.40 metres in height.” The main idea of paragraph above is …
A. the size of Rafflesia Arnoldi
B. diametre and height of flower
C. the biggest flower in the world
D. a metre in diametre of Rafflesia Arnoldi

It ” in ” It is unusual … ” refers to …
A. the world
B. orchid
C. height
D. rafftesia arnoldi

The rafflesia plants begins to flower in its tenth year, “to flower” means to …
A. plant
B. grow
C. bloom
D. pick

Wacana 3.
Every country has its great men and Women who are remembered for what they have done for their country. One of the Indonesia’s great men is Dr. Mohammad Hatta. He was a man with a deep love of his country and his people. Dr. Mohammad Hatta was born in Bukittinggi on 12th August 1902. While still in. Junior High School in Bukittinggi he became interested in politics and joined the, League of Young Sumatrans.
He left Bukittinggi to study in Batavia. Then he went to the Netherlands, where he studied economics and gained a doctorate. During his stay there he was active in the Nationalist Movement Because of his activities he was arrested. At his trial he presented a brilliant (= cemerlang) defense and was acquitted.
In 1932 Hatta returned to Indonesia. He joined a political organization called “Pendidikan Nasional Indonesia”. One of its goals (= tujuan) was to develop political awareness among the Indonesian people. His activities again led to his arrest. The colonial government exiled him to Boven Digul and later to Banda Neira: Shortly before Japanese invasion he was brought back to Java.
When the Japanese surrendered in August 1945, Soekarno and Hatta proclaimed Indonesia’s independence. Hatta became the first Vice-President of the Republic of Indonesia.
In 1956 Hatta resigned as Vice-President, and devoted himself to writing. On 14″1 March, 1981 Dr. Mohammad Hatta died in Jakarta. But people will always remember him as a great statesman of Indonesia.
(Buku Paket B. Inggris 3a SMP)

X : Where did Dr. Mohammad Hatta receive his early education?
Y : In …
A. Banda Neira
B. Batavia
C. Boven Digul
D. Bukittinggi

At his trial Dr. Mohammad Hatta was found …
A. acquitted
B. guilty
C. not guilty
D. not true

In the sentence “During his stay there he was active in the Nationalist Movement.”
The word “there” here refers to …
A. Batavia
B. Bukittinggi
C. England
D. Holland

X : How long was Dr. Mohammad Hatta Vice-President of Indonesia?
Y : He was Vice-President of Indonesia for … years.
A. eleven
B. twelve
C. fifteen
D. forty-three

In the sentence “The colonial government exiled him to Boven Digul and later to Banda Neira.”
The word “later” here has the same meaning as …
A. from
B. soon
C. than
D. then

Wacana 4.
“Tomorrow is our National Heroes” Day. There 1
fore in our history lesson today I want to discuss its background.” Mr. Suhita said at beginning of the lesson.
“This takes us back to bloody battle in Surabaya
on I0m November, 1945. After Japanese surrendered 5
the Allied (= sekutu) forces landed in Indonesia to disarm the Japanese troops. They agreed not to interfere in the internal affairs (= urusan dalam negeri) of our new republic. But they did not keep their promise, and fight between the Indonesians and the
Allies in different parts of the country were inevitable 10
One of the battles broke out in Surabaya where Brigadier-General Mallaby of the Allied forces was killed. This made the Allies very angry. The commander of the Allied forces for East Java, Major-
General Mansergh, issued (= mengeluarkan) an 15
ultimatum. It said that the authority and the people of Surabaya had to hand over any weapons the possessed. The deadline was 6 a.m. on 10lh November
“The ultimatum was ignored. Therefore, the
Allied forces attacked Surabaya on 10lh November 20
1945. They were much better armed than the Indonesian fighters. The kampongs were in flames. The Indonesians fought the enemy very bravely. The Allies won the battle but they suffered a great loss.
“So you see that November 10″1 is an important 25
date25^ in the history of the Indonesia struggle for independence. That is why we commemorate the day every year. It reminds us of our heroes’ courage in the battle and their dedication to the country.”
(Buku Paket B. Inggris 3a SMP)

When did the battle of Surabaya take place?
On …
A. 5’h November 1945
B. 10th November 1945
C. 20th December 1950
D. 25th December 1950

The Allied Forces became very angry because …
A. their general was killed
B. the fighter fought the enemy bravely
C. they won the battle but they suffered a great loss
D. Indonesian fighters also used sharpened bamboo’s

The suitable title of the text above is …
A. The Bloody battle
B. The Indonesian’s Struggle
C. The Freedom of Indonesia
D. The Battle of Surabaya

“It” in line 16 refers to …
A. weapon
B. deadline
C. ultimatum
D. authority

They were armed much better than the Indonesian fighters.
The underlined word means …
A. force
B. enemies
C. soldiers
D. authority

Wacana 5.

The Borobudur temple, with its seven terraces and its stupas, is the world’s largest Buddhist temple. The Sailendra dynasty Built Borobudur in the ninth century. Not long after that people left the area but no one knows why they left. For the next 800 years people almost forgot the temple because it was buried under earth and trees, this caused a lot of damage.
At the beginning of the nineteenth century, first the British government, and then the Dutch government attempted to uncover the temple. They thought “If we don’t try to save this temple, we will lose it”.
Later on, the Indonesian government also made efforts to preserve the temple. So several years ago they asked UNESCO to help restore it. Then helps came from many countries.
In 1973 the restoration work began. A team of Indonesia and foreign expert and hundreds of Indonesian workers tried to rebuild the temple. It was a big job. First they took down more than two million stones of the temple piece by piece. Then they cleaned, repaired and treated them. After that they returned each stones to its .proper place. They also strengthened the inside of the temple.
At the beginning of 1983 the work was completed. Experts believe that temple will last for another thousand years or more if nothing serious happens.
Unfortunately, however, some people do not realize how valuable this monument is, and recently caused serious damage to it. We hope that this will never happen again.
(Buku Paket B. Inggris 3b SMP)

X : Who though that if we don’t try to save Borobudur temple, we will lose it?
Y : The … government did.
A. Indonesian, the British and the Dutch
B. British and the Indonesia
C. Dutch and the Indonesia
D. British and the Dutch

After … they returned each stone to its proper place.
A. taking down more than two million stones
B. cleaning, repairing and. treating them
C. strengthening the inside of the temple
D. trying to rebuild the temple strengthening

Then they cleaned, repaired and treated them.
The underlined word “them” refers to …
A. workers
B. experts
C. stones
D. temples

X: What does the letter “E” in UNESCO stand for?
Y : It stands for …
A. economical
B. educational
C. elemental
D. ecological

A team of Indonesian and foreign experts tried to rebuild the temple, “experts” means: persons …
A. with special knowledge
B. in special science
C. who know a lot of knowledge
D. who get a small amount of knowledge

Look at the picture!
This is may …
A. toe.
B. knee
C. leg
D. foot

Look at the picture!
The man is practicing how to kick.
He is a good … player.
A. baseball
B. basketball
C. football
D. volleyball

How much soap do you want?
I want a … of soap
A. bowl
B. piece
C. bar
D. loaf

Ferly likes collecting stamps, he is a good …
A. philatelist
B. collector
C. journalist
D. scientist

Yunia likes telling the truth.
From the information above we know that Yunia is a very … girl.
A. dishonest
B. honest
C. naughty
D. disobedient

Every citizen must do his … to help the Government.
A. work
B. duty
C. defense
D. assignment

The officer ordered his men to fire.
The underlined word above means to …
A. shoot
B. kick
C. move
D. run

A person who manages a library is called a …
A. writer
B. composer
C. librarian
D. pedestrian

Indonesia has built wildlife reserves.
“Reserves” means a place where we … something.
A. convert
B. converse
C. convince
D. conserve

During the wet season, this road is …
A. stony
B. windy
C. muddy.
D. cloudy

My sister is a good singer. She is going to participate in a “Pop Singer Contest”, so she … hard now.
A. will practice
B. is practicing
C. was practicing
D. has been practicing

Mrs. Rina is explaining the text about “Dr. Mohammad Hatta.”
The students have to listen to …
A. him
B. them
C. us
D. her

We … be careful with our work in order to get good marks.
A. should
B. could
C. might
D. would

Mr. Rachmat is an English teacher.
He … here since 1982.
A. is teaching
B. was teaching
C. had taught
D. has been teaching

Someone knocked at the door when we … our math’s.
A. have studied
B. were studying
C. studied
D. have been studying

Andi : Do you like cheating in a test?
Dani : No. I don’t.
Dian : …
A. I’m not either
B. Neither do I
C. So do I
D. I do too

Look at the two pictures carefully?
Pictures I has … as pictures II.
A. as square
B. different from
C. the same shape
D. exactly like

Look at the pictures!
The animal … is a lion.
A. in the cage
B. behind the bar
C. in the zoo
D. in the forest

Mr. Tomlinson has been in Indonesia for only three-months.
I am … that he can speak Indonesia so well.
A. afraid
B. disappointed
C. surprised
D. worried

You won’t be naughty … you?
A. will
B. won’t
C. would
D. wouldn’t

Andri : Is this your ruler, Indra?
Indra : No, it isn’t. That one is mine.
Andri : … it?
Indra : Certainly
A. Can I lend
B. Must I borrow
C. May I borrow
D. Will you borrow

X : Thirty-five students of SMP 1 Bandung are going to spend their holidays in Pangandaran.
Y : How can they go three?
X : By …
A. bike
B. foot
C. car
D. bus

Ferly : Next Sunday I’m going to have a birthday party to celebrate my birthday … to the party.
Henry : I’d love to,!
A. I’d like to come
B. I’d like you to come
C. Won’t you come in
D. Will you invite me

Indra : I’m sorry. I must go now.
Diany : What a pity!
Indra : See you tomorrow.
The underlined “I must go now” in the dialogue above means that Indra would … Diany.
A. live
B. invite
C. leave
D. stay

X : It’s cloudy. I think it’s going to rain today.
Y : I don’t think so.
The underlined expression in the dialogue above means …
A. agreement
B. approval
C. compliment
D. disapproval


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