Sabtu, 24 November 2012

Latihan B.Inggris Kelas XI semester 1


WARNING SOMEONE
1.      Expressing of warning someone, except......
a.       Be careful
b.      Look out!
c.       Watch out!
d.      Don’t do that
e.       whew

2.      Please, don’t smooking cigarette in this room, the sentence express......
a.       offering
b.      disagreement
c.       warning
d.      advice
e.       command

3.      Look out!
   The sentence express......
a.       Warning
b.      Agreement
c.       Responding
d.      Advice
e.       Command

ADVICE
1.      Student 1  : I’d like to improve my English. What should I do?
Student 2  : You should watch English channels and read books.

The dialogue express ......
a.       Disagreement
b.      Warning
c.       Offering
d.      Advice
e.       Command

2.      To offer advice, you can say ......
a.       How about ..... ing ?
b.      Be careful!
c.       Thank god!
d.      It sounds great
e.       I feel hurt!

3.      To respond advice, you can say ......
a.       Yap!
b.      Oh!
c.       What?
d.      Whew.
e.       It sounds great

REPORT TEXT

Whales are the largest animals on the earth. Bigger than elephants, they may grow 95 feet long, and weigh 150 tons. A baby blue whale, just born, can be 23 feet long and weigh 3 tons.
Although whales live in the oceans and swim like fish, they are not fish. They are mammals, like cows and elephants. Unlike fish they bear young alive, not as eggs. Their babies live on their mother’s milk. They breathe through their lungs and hold their breath when they go under water. If they cannot come to the surface to breathe fresh air, they will drown. They are warm blooded. Fish, however, lay eggs, breathe oxygen in the water, and are cold-blooded.
Whales life in all-the ocean, in the winter some of them go to warm waters to breed and in the summer most of them go to cold waters to feed. There are to kinds of whales, whales with teeth (tooted whales) and whales without teeth (baleen whales). The toothed whales eat fish and squid, which they can catch with their teeth, although they swallow their food without chewing it. The baleen whales eat plankton (small sea animals and plants). When they find plankton, they open their mouth and swallow the plankton.
Whales have few enemies. Only human and killer whale attack whales. And whales do not seem to fight among themselves. They usually live from 20 to 30 years.


       1.   What is the main idea of the second paragraph?
                 a.    Whales are the largest animals on the earth.
                 b.   There are two kinds of whales.
                 c.   Whales are mammals.
                 d.  Whales have few enemies.
                 e.    Fish lay eggs, breathe oxygen in the water

2.  Whales occasionally live in warm waters…
                 a.   To get more foods
                 b.   For production
                 c.   For fresh air
                 d.   To avoid winter
                 e.   To feed their babies

3.  From the text we may conclude…
                a.  a whale can eat both squid and plankton
                b.  tooted whales chew their food before swallowing it
                c.   the two types of whales live in different waters.
                d.  Baleen whales swallow the water containing plankton
                e.   Each type of whale eat specific in of food

DEGREES OF COMPARISON
1.      My father is 45 years old. My mother is 46 years old. So, My mother is ........ than my father.
a.       Old
b.      Oldest
c.       Older
d.      Younger
e.       Young

2.      Most students think Mathematic is ....... than Social Science.
a.       Difficult
b.      Difficulter
c.       More difficult
d.      Most difficult
e.       Difficultest

3.      A car’s price is usually ....... than a motorbike’s price.
a.       More expensive
b.      Most expensive
c.       Expensive
d.      Expensiver
e.       Expensivest

THE  CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE 1

1.    If Caroline and Sue ....... the salad, Phil ....... the house.
a.       Prepared, decorate
b.      Prepared, will decorate
c.       Prepare, will decorate
d.      Prepare, would decorate
e.       Prepares, decorated

2.    Jane ....... the sitting room if Aaron and Tim ....... the furniture.
a.       Will hover, move
b.      Move, will hover
c.       Moved, would hover
d.      Will hover, moved
e.       Moved. Will hover

3.    If Bob ....... after the barbecue, Sue will ....... the guests in.
a.       Looks, would let
b.      Looked, would let
c.       Looks, will let
d.      Will let, looks
e.       Looked, will let

CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE 2

1.    If he played now, I would be happy. The real fact is......
a.       Because he don’t play now, I would be happy
b.      Because he doesn’t play now, I will not be happy
c.       Because he doesn.t played tomorrow, I would not be happy
d.      Because he played now, I would be happy
e.       Because he play now, I will not be happy

2.    What the pattern of conditional sentence type 2......
a.       If + Present tense, future present
b.      If + Present tense, future past
c.       If + Past tense, future present
d.      If + Past tense, future past
e.       If + S + had + V3, S + would have + V3

3.    What the function of conditional sentence type 2......
a.       Shows the real condition in future
b.      Shows the real condition in past
c.       Shows the real condition in present
d.      Shows unreal condition in future
e.       Shows unreal condition in present

EXPRESSING RELIEF, PAIN, PLEASURE, DISPLEASED
1.      Anne         : Grey! Don’t you know that our final exam mark has been announced?
Grey          : What? Are you sure that it has been announced?
Anne         : Of course. What happens?
Grey          : It is because I did not do the test well and I am afraid that I will get D for this subject. Our  teacher has told me, if I don’t pass this exam I will be kicked from this school.
Anne         : Don’t make a joke, Grey! I think no one will kick you out from this school.
Grey          : How can you know?
Anne         : Because you get C!
Grey          : Whew! Thank God! Thanks Anne!
Anne         : You’re welcome, Grey!

The dialogue express......
a.       Pain
b.      Relief
c.       Pleasure
d.      Displeased
e.       Advice

2.      Lorence     : Hei! Watch out! (1)
Raisha       : Ouch! (2)
Lorence     : Are you OK? (3)
Raisha       : Ugh, it hurts! (4)

The number of expessing pain is ......
a.       1
b.      2
c.       3
d.      4
e.       2 & 4

3.      Tommy      : Barnney, how is your new job? Do you like it?
Barnney     : No, it doesn’t seem like what I imagine before. How about yours?
Tommy      : I’m delighted! My boss is very kind person. He gives me a lot of work to do but he  always appreciates my work eventhough it is bad.
Barnney     : What a lucky man you are! Congrats boy!

The dialogue express......
a.    Relief
b.    Pain
c.    Pleasure
d.   Displeasure
e.    Warning

NARRATIVE TEXT

      Once upon a time there was a prince he wanted to get himself a princess, but she had to be real princess. So he traveled all over the world to find one, but in every case something was the matter. There were lots of princess, but he could never quite make out whether they were real or not. So he came home feeling very unhappy, for really wanted to find a true princess.
      One evening a terrible storm came; lightening flashed, thunder rolled, and the rain poured down in torrents-it was simply awful ! suddenly there was a knock at the city gate, and the old king went out to answer it.
      There was a princess standing outside, but what a sight the rain and the bad weather had made of her ! The water streamed down her hair and her clothes, and yet she said she was a real princess.
      “It won’t take long to find that out,” thought the old Queen. Without saying anything, she went into bed chamber, took off all the bedclothes, and places one pea on the bottom boards of the bed. Then she took twenty mattresses and put them on top of the pea, and after that she put twenty feather-pillows on top of the mattresses.
      That was where the princess was to spend the night.
      In the morning they asked her how she had slept.
      “Oh, dreadfully! said the princess. “I hardly slept a wink all night. Whatever could have been in the bed ? I was lying on something so hard that I’m black and blue all over.”
      So of course they could see that she was a real princess, since she had felt the pea through twenty mattresses and twenty feather-pillows. No one but a real princess could have such a tender skin as that.
      So the prince took her for his wife, and they lived happily ever after.

1.     What kind of the text is it......
a.     report
b.    recount
c.     narrative
d.    descriptive
e.     news item

2.     The generic structure of the text is…….
a.     Orientation > Complication > Resolution > Re-Orientation
b.    Orientation > Events > Re- Orientation
c.     General Classification > Description
d.    Identification > Description
e.     Newsworthy Events > Background Events > Sources

3.     What is the purpose of the text ?
a.     to inform about princess and the pea
b.    to describe the story of the princess and the pea
c.     to give information that the prince looked for the real princess
d.    to amuse the reader with the story of the princess and the pea
e.     to describe how the princess could feel the pea on the bottom boards of the bed

PAST CONTINOUS TENSE
1.    All students of gunadarma university semester 6, ….... Writing scientific research
a.       Was
b.      Is
c.       Are
d.      Were
e.       Had

2.    What the pattern of past continous tense......
a.       S + tobe + V1
b.      S + have + V3
c.       S + had + been + V3
d.      S + tobe + V ing
e.       S + V + O + C

3.    when he came yesterday, I........a movie
a.       were watching
b.      was listening
c.       were listening
d.      was watching
e.       were stopping

PASSIVE VOICE
1.    All the books in the library ....... by the minister of Finance last year.
a.       Were given
b.      Gave
c.       Give
d.      Have given
e.       Has given

2.    I became quite nervous when I knew that I would be .......... by
Mr. Kusman Aji.
a.       Was interviewing
b.      Interview
c.       Interviewed
d.      Interviewing
e.       Had interview

3.    It’s no use expecting an answer today, as your proposal ....... by his mother.
a.       had not yet been receive
b.      is not receive yet    
c.       will receive
d.      will not have been received yet
e.       will be receive

ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION TEXT
1.    Generic structure of analytical exposition is.......
a.       A thesis, arguments, reorientation
b.      A thesis, arguments, reiteration
c.       Arguments, thesis, reiteration
d.      Orientation, arguments, reorientation
e.       Orientation, thesis, arguments, reiteration

2.    I believe that you should always wear a hat at school when you are playing outside , to stop you from getting sunburn. (1)
Firstly, if you don’t wear a hat, you will get sunburn ant the sunburn is painful. (2)
Secondly, sunburn could lead to skin cancer. Sunburn can lead to health problems later in life. Many older people suffer from skin cancer which can kill them.(3)
In my opinion all school students should wear hats.(4)

What a number of a thesis.......
a.       1
b.      2
c.       3
d.      4
e.       1 & 2

3.    Social function of analytical exposition is.......
a.       To describe the way thing are
b.      To entartain the reader
c.       To persuade the readers
d.      To retell someone
e.       To explain the story

PAST PERFECT TENSE
1.        We ........ homework last night
a.       Finish
b.      Finished
c.       Have finish
d.      Were finishing
e.       Had finished

2.        This is the pattern of past perfect tense, except......
a.       S + had + V3 + O + before/when/by the time + S + V2 + O
b.      S + had + V3 + O
c.       S + had + V3 + O + until......
d.      S + tobe + V ing + O
e.       S + V2 + O + after + S + had + V3 + O

3.        He ........ the monster just now
a.       Having killing
b.      Had killed
c.       Kills
d.      Didn’t kill
e.       killed
BECAUSE AND BECAUSE OF
1.      Please don’t let your children walk alone ....... the walkway is slippery when wet
a.       Because
b.      Because of
c.       Because and because of
d.      Because of and because
e.       And

2.      We stopped playing tennis ....... the rain
a.       Because
b.      Because of
c.       Because and because of
d.      Because of and because
e.       And

3.      We had to hurry indoors ...... it was raining
a.       Because
b.      Because of
c.       Because and because of
d.      Because of and because
e.       And

NEVERTHELESS, CONSEQUENTLY, THEREFORE, HOWEVER

1.        He is very clever ........ he often makes mistakes.
a.       Therefore
b.      Consequently
c.       Nevertheless
d.      However
e.       So

2.        I'd like to go ........ I haven't got time.
a.       Therefore
b.      Consequently
c.       Nevertheless
d.      However
e.       But

3.         There is fog at Cijoho ....... the place has been diverted
a.       Therefore
b.      Consequently
c.       Nevertheless
d.      However
e.       And

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