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Soal Bahasa Inggris

1. Listening and answer!

Listening and answer!

* Look at the following dialog!

Kevin : Hi… Rudi. What are you doing?

Rudi : I’m drawing a scenery. What happen?

Kevin : No problem. By the way, what will you do this week end, Rud?

Rudi : I’ll go fishing with my father.

Kevin : Wow, really?

Rudi : Yes, I love fishing very much.

Kevin : Do you do that often?

Rudi : Every two weeks.

Kevin : Cool. Since when do you like fishing?

Rudi : Since I was kid I guess.

Kevin : What is the biggest fish do you ever caught?

Rudi : There is one time when I caught a 4 kilos freshwater trout.

Kevin : Wow!! You’re amazing.

Rudi : Thank you.

Answer the following questions! (2-6)

2 a. Listening and answer!

b. Listening and answer!

c. Listening and answer!


3. a. How often does Jim go fishing?

b. When did he start his fishing hobby?

c. Do Rudi and his father go to sea?

4. Please write (2) expression of asking and giving fact!

5. a. Please write (1) expression of asking for clarification!

b. Please write (1) expression of like or dislike!

6. Put a or an in the following sentence/words!

……. aple.

……. secretary.

……. big house.

……. umbrella.

……. University.

Hizb ut-Tahrir is an international pan-Islamist political organization, which describes its "ideology as
Islam", and its aim as the re-establishment of "the Islamic Khilafah (Caliphate)" or Islamic state to
resume the Islamic way of life. The new caliphate would unify the Muslim community (Ummah) in a
unitary (not federal) "superstate" of unified Muslim-majority countries spanning from Morocco in North
Africa to the southern Philippines in South East Asia. The proposed state would enforce Islamic Shariah
law, return to its "rightful place as the first state in the world", and carry "the Da'wah of Islam" to the
rest of the world.

7. a. What is the main idea of paragraph?

b. What is the text type?

Read the following text to answer questions number 8 to 10.

The Bear and the Two Friends


Once, two friends were walking through the forest. They knew that anything dangerous can happen to
them at any time in the forest. So they promised each other that they would remain united in case of
danger.

Suddenly, they saw a large bear approaching tern. One of the friends at once climbed a nearby tree. But
the other one did not know how to climb. So being led by his common sense, he lay down on the ground
breathless, pretending to be a dead man.

The bear came near the man lying on the ground. It smelt his ears and slowly left the place. Because the
bear did not touch him, the friend on the tree came down and asked his friend on the ground, "Friend,
what did the bear tell you into your ears?"The other friend replied, "He advised me not to believe a false
friend.

8. What can we get from the story?

9. "He advised me not to believe a false friend." (Paragraph 3) The underlined word refers to ....

10. Where do you think the story happened?