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Soal PAT Bahasa dan Sastra Inggris Kelas XII SMA/MA Semester Genap

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I. Pilihlah salah satu jawaban yang tepat dengan memberi tanda silang (x) pada salah satu huruf jawaban a, b, c, d, atau e pada lembar jawaban !

Dialogue 1 is for questions 1 to 3.
A student is talking with her advisor
Student : Mrs. Wilson, what do you recommend my chemistry class? Should I drop it or continue with it?
Mrs.Wilson : I think it would be a good idea to talk with your instructor. Try talking with her about the problems, and see what she suggests.
Student : What if she says I should continue in the class?
Mrs.Wilson : Then my recommendation is that you follow her advice. She doesn’t want to fail you.
Student : Okay, I’ll see my instructor tomorrow. Thanks, Mrs. Wilson. 
Mrs. Wilson : You’re welcome. Have a nice day.

1. What will the student do after she consulted with Mrs. Wilson?
A. Consult with his instructor
B. Drop his chemistry class
C. Continue his chemistry class
D. Be an instructor in his class
E. See Mrs. Wilson once again

2. ‘Okay, I’ll see my instructor tomorrow.’ The student’ statement means ….
A. The student disagreed with Mrs. Wilson’s advice
B. The student accepted Mrs. Wilson’s advice
C. The student planned to meet Mrs. Wilson
D. The student refused Mrs. Wilson’s advice
E. The student is going to ask Mrs. Wilson

3. What’s the student’s problem?
A. He dislikes his chemistry class
B. He plans to drop his chemistry class
C. His chemistry class doesn’t run well
D. He wants to follow Mrs. Wilson’s class
E. He has a difficulty to meet his instructor

Dialogue 2 is for questions 4 and 5
4. Saiful : You know people today create a lot of waste from all the products they use.
Diva : I believe they create a lot of waste because they are lack of environmental education. Yeah, can you recommend something?
Saiful : What about one day seminar on environmental education?
The possible response for Saiful’s suggestion is…

A. That sounds like a good idea
B. Well, then, what’s your suggestion?
C. Why don’t you follow my suggestion?
D. Well, my sister studies on environment
E. If I were you, I would hold one-day seminar

5. Which of the followings can be inferred from the dialogue?
A. They will speak in the next seminar
B. They create a lot of waste every day
C. They have no idea how to help people
D. They care very much about environment
E. They are lack of environmental education

The text is for questions 6 to 8
‘I suppose the government must make a regulation that prohibits people from building houses near the trash disposal (dump site). Also, there should be special officers, like police officers, who watch and catch people who litter the ground or the rivers. Moreover, if a big fine doesn’t make them stop dropping litter carelessly, the government should put them in jail as a penalty. Well, finally, I think the efforts to keep our environment clean and tidy need hard work from both the citizens and the government.’
Adapted from http://m.thejakartapost.com
6. Why does the writer give a recommendation? Because of ….
A. The efforts to keep nearby ugly
B. The trash disposal near his house
C. The writer knowledge about living
D. The beautiful view in his hometown
E. Building houses near the trash disposal

7. What might be the purpose of writing his recommendation?
A. To overcome the controversy of building houses near the trash disposal
B. To present the writer’s view about a bad environment in his house
C. To give an answer of the controversy of his bad and ugly house
D. To discuss the government’s regulation on the environment
E. To punish people who are littering his beautiful house

8. What are you going to say to respond the writer’s suggestion?
A. What would you advise?
B. So don’t drop your litter carelessly
C. Okay, I’ll see your regulation soon
D. Do you have any recommendation?
E. Well, sorry. But I don’t agree with you

 The text is for questions 9 and 10

Kenanga : Can you tell me what you had done before the guests arrived?
Matahari : I had cleaned the house. I did it at 5.00
Kenanga : Had you?
Matahari : Yes. I left the hotel after the guest had gone to sleep. It was around 8.00
Kenanga : Around 8?
Matahari : Right!

9. What is the main idea of the dialogue?
A. The guests’ activity before arriving
B. Kenanga’s problems with the guests
C. Misunderstanding about Matahari’s activity
D. Misunderstanding between Kenanga and the guests
E. Misunderstanding between Matahari and the guests

10. The possible response from Kenanga is ….
A. It’s impossible, isn’t it?
B. Do you? I don’t believe it.
C. It’s okay. Don’t worry too much!
D. Thank. Sorry for misunderstanding
E. I am sorry to hear it. It’s oaky.

The text is for questions 11 and 12
We have just moved into a new house and I (work) hard all morning. I (try) to get my new room in order. This has not been easy because I own over a thousand books. To make matters worse, the room is rather small so I have temporarily put my books on the floor. At the moment, they cover every inch of the floor space and I actually have to walk on them to get in or out of the room
11. The suitable answer for the blank spaces is ….
A. Worked – was trying
B. Had worked – had tried
C. Have worked – have tried
D. Will have worked - tried
E. Worked – will have tried

12. What has happened to the writer after moving to his new house?
A. Has bought over a thousand books
B. Has finished working all mornings
C. Has made his new house look smaller
D. Has thrown all his books out of the house
E. Has got a difficulty to arrange his belongings

The dialogue is for questions 13 and 14

Woman : Dinner’s almost ready, about five more minutes.
Man : You have been cooking for almost 30 minutes.
Woman : Have I? Actually I’ve been waiting for some fresh vegetables. 
Man : Should I call the supermarket for the vegetables.
Woman : I had already called the supermarket before you came.
Man : Yes?
Woman : well, let’s wait.

13. Why did the man feel so worried?
A. Because he forgot to call the supermarket
B. Because she has almost finished cooking 
C. Because the dinner hasn’t been ready yet
D. Because he could not help the woman cook
E. Because the fresh vegetable hasn’t arrived yet

14. What is the dialogue about?
A. Preparation for dinner
B. activity before cooking 
C. Calling from the supermarket
D. waiting for some fresh vegetables 
E. Fresh vegetable from supermarket

15. Before the show ended, I had walked out of the main entrance to the hall. Guess what! I met a Miss Indonesia. I can’t miss her huge tiara. She is so beautiful and elegant that every guest took a photo with her. But I am not such a passion lady that I didn’t take a photo with her.
It can be inferred from the passage that….
A. The writer had taken a picture with other guests too
B. The writer had taken a picture with a Miss Indonesia
C. The writer had been in the hall before the show ended
D. The writer met a Miss Indonesia after the show had ended
E. The writer had left the main entrance before the end of the show

16. Some members of The Sunday club have been waiting for a bus for almost an hour. They look happy. One of them said that the first bus had come at 9 0’clock but it had a puncture. Besides, by that time all members of the club hadn’t come yet. They are sure all members ___________ before the next bus comes.
A. Will arrive
B. Will be arriving
C. Will have arrived
D. Have arrived
E. Had arrived

The text is for questions 17 to 20

Six men have been trapped in a mine for seventeen hours. If they are not brought to the surface soon they may lose their lives. However, rescue operations are proving difficult. If explosives are used, vibrations will cause the roof of the mine to collapse. Rescue workers are therefore drilling a hole on the north side of the mine. They intend to bring the men up in a special capsule. If the drilling runs well they can reach the six men in time. Meanwhile, a microphone is lowered down into the mine so as to enable the men to keep in touch with the rescue workers. The rescuing team doesn’t tell the men how difficult the rescue is. If they tell the six men about it, the men will lose their heart.
(adapted from : Practice and Progress-LG Alexander)
17. ‘If they are not brought to the surface soon they may lose their lives’. We can also say ….
A. If they do not go to the surface, people may die soon
B. They do not bring them to the surface soon so they die
C. If they lose their lives, they do not bring them to the surface
D. If people do not bring them to the surface soon, they may pass away
E. They lose their lives because people do not bring them to the surface

18. If explosives are used, vibrations will cause the roof of the mine to collapse. It means ….
A. They used explosives to save the sox men
B. They didn’t use the explosives because of vibrations
C. They decide to use the explosives to save the six men
D. They will destroy the roof of mine to save the six men
E. They are not sure to use explosives to save the six men

19. What will happen if the rescuing team tells their difficulty to save the six men?
A. disagree
B. fall in love
C. die sooner
D. discourage
E. pass away

20. What is the team’s plan to save the six men?
A. Bringing the men up in a special capsule 
B. Keeping in touch with the rescue workers
C. Finding a way to overcome the difficulty
D. Drilling a hole on the roof of the mine 
E. Bringing the men to the surface

The dialogue is for questions 21 t0 24
Jane : I think it’s bedtime.
Albert : Mummy doesn’t make me go to bed. She lets me stay up as long as I like 
 sometimes.
Jane : Well, stop bouncing on the armchair.
Albert : Why, Jane?
Jane : If you bounce on the arm chair you will fall down.
Albert : I won’t fall down.
Jane : Come on. I think it’s time you go to bed.
Albert : No, I don’t want to.
Jane : Albert, don’t play football here.
Albert : Why not?
Jane : If you play football here, mummy will be very angry
Albert : I won’t break anything.
Jane : Listen! That’s your dad’s car.
Albert : Yes, you’re right. I’d better go to bed.

21. According to the dialogue, when might the dialogue take place?
A. At night
B. At midday
C. At high noon
D. In the morning
E. In the afternoon

22. The main point of the dialogue is …
A. To ask them to go to bed
B. To threat her to go to bed
C. To warn him to go to bed
D. To warn Albert to go to bed
E. To inform Jane to go to bed

23. ‘If you bounce on the arm chair you will fall down’ The ‘if clause used’ means ….
A. A threat
B. An offer
C. A warning
D. A promise
E. A recommendation

24. ‘If you play football here, mummy will be very angry.’  What can we infer from the statement?
A. Albert’s mother is not with them
B. Albert doesn’t have a mother
C. Jane is Albert’s stepmother
D. Jane is Albert’s mother
E. Albert is Jane’s friend

The text is for questions 25 to 32

Douglas Malloch ((1877-1938))
‘Be the Best of Whatever You Are’

If you can't be a pine on the top of the hill,
Be a scrub in the valley — but be
The best little scrub by the side of the rill;
Be a bush if you can't be a tree.
If you can't be a bush be a bit of the grass,
And some highway happier make;
If you can't be a Muskie then just be a bass —
But the liveliest bass in the lake!
We can't all be captains, we've got to be crew,
There's something for all of us here,
There's big work to do, and there's lesser to do,
And the task you must do is the near.
If you can't be a highway then just be a trail,
If you can't be the sun be a star;
It isn't by size that you win or you fail —
Be the best of whatever you are!
25. Douglas Malloch suggests that….
A. Every body can be the best captain if they have a crew 
B. People are measured by their size to be a winner or a loser 
C. It is impossible to be the sun or a star because we’re human 
D. You can't be a pine on the top of the hill because we’re human
E. You can be a winner or a loser but first try to do the best as you can

26. What figure of speech does the writer use in the poem?
A. Simile
B. Metaphor
C. Personification
D. Hyperbole
E. Paradox

27. How many verses does this poem consist of?
A. Two
B. Three
C. Four
D. Five
E. No verse

28. According to the poem, where can we find a scrub?
A. On the top of the hill 
B. By the side of the rill
C. On the top of the tree
D. Near the green grass
E. Inside the small lake

29. A word that rhymes with ‘hill’ is ….
A. valley
B. tree
C. be
D. rill
E. Side

30. ‘If you can't be a highway’… ‘ then just be a trail’
A. Gives an example of 
B. Shows a contrast with
C. Shows a detailed explanation of
D. Says nothing about what the poet means
E. Mentions the real fact about the poet

31. According to the poem, which of the following is the most suitable character?
A. I love my English teacher because she never gives me homework or task to do 
B. I feel sleepy during the lesson because I have to work hard as a security every night.
C. Rahmat has been a hard working man as a cleaner at SMA N 11 Semarang for 20 years 
D. It is difficult for Salsa to come to school on time because she has to go to school by bicycle.
E. Liora is always on the top of the class but she never has time to help her friends with their homework.

32. The word ‘If’ in ‘If you can't be the sun be a star’ is used here to give the reader ….
A. An advice
B. A threat
C. A warning
D. An offer
E. A promise

The paragraph is for questions 33 to 35
Mathilde Loisel was one of those pretty and charming girls who seem to have been born through some mistake of fortune into the wrong family. She let herself get married to a lowly-paid clerk, Frau Loisel, who worked at the Department of Education in Paris. She was unhappy because of the poor flat in which she lived, with its shabby furniture. All day long she would think of the beautiful houses of wealthy people.

33. Mathilde Loisel can be described as ….
A. a happy and lucky girl
B. a charming and lucky girl
C. a pretty and wealthy girl
D. an unlucky and poor girl
E. an unlucky but happy girl

34. How would you describe Mathilda’s house?
A. Beautiful antique silks 
B. Warm of modern stove 
C. A big ballroom for party 
D. Charming and perfumed room 
E. Worn chairs and ugly curtains 

35. According to the story, Mathilda was not happy….
A. As she was from a wealthy family 
B. Because she had to live in a poor flat 
C. Because of the poorest of her husband 
D. As she suffered from her charming face 
E. Because she was a daughter of a little clerk

The text is for questions 36 to 40
Two men, both seriously ill, occupied the same hospital room. One man was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour each afternoon to help drain the fluid from his lungs.
His bed was next to the room’s only window. The other man had to spend all his time flat on his back.
The men talked for hours on end. They spoke of their wives and families, their homes, their jobs, their involvement in the military service, where they had been on vacation. Every afternoon, when the man in the bed by the window could sit up, he would pass the time by describing to his roommate all the things he could see outside the window. The man in the other bed began to live for those one hour periods where his world would be broadened and enlivened by all the activity and color of the world outside. The window overlooked a park with a lovely lake. Ducks and swans played on the water while children sailed their model boats. Young lovers walked arm in arm amidst flowers of every color and a fine view of the city skyline could be seen in the distance.
As the man by the window described all this in exquisite details, the man on the other side of the room would close his eyes and imagine this picturesque scene. One warm afternoon, the man by the window described a parade passing by. Although the other man could not hear the band, he could see it in his mind’s eye as the gentleman by the window portrayed it with descriptive words. Days, weeks and months passed.
One morning, the day nurse arrived to bring water for their baths only to find the lifeless body of the man by the window, who had died peacefully in his sleep. She was saddened and called the hospital attendants to take the body away. As soon as it seemed appropriate, the other man asked if he could be moved next to the window. The nurse was happy to make the switch, and after making sure he was comfortable, she left him alone. Slowly, painfully, he propped himself up on one elbow to take his first look at the real world outside. He strained to slowly turn to look out the window beside the bed. It faced a blank wall.
The man asked the nurse what could have compelled his deceased roommate who had described such wonderful things outside this window. The nurse responded that the man was blind and could not even see the wall. She said, ‘Perhaps he just wanted to encourage you.’
36. How does the hospital window relate to the story?
A. The two characters’ houses are next to the hospital
B. In the story, all rooms in the hospital have windows
C. The hospital window is the place where the story occurs
D. The hospital window is the place where the characters worked 
E. The hospital window is one of the places where the characters met

37. What is the story about?
A. One day everyone will be left alone 
B. Never tell a secret that you never guess
C. The true happiness is when you’re alone 
D. Happiness is when making others happy 
E. A good nurse that makes a better sick man

38. Who is telling the story?
A. The nurse in the hospital
B. One of the characters
C. The lead character 
D. All the characters
E. An observer

39. How is the ending of the story?
A. Happy ending
B. Sad and not clear
C. Sad and surprising 
D. Confused and happy 
E. Not clear and confused

40. How would you describe the character of the man who was blind?
A. introvert 
B. talkative 
C. careless 
D. passive
E. brave 

41. Man: I heard that your cousin was here
Woman  : that’s true. Her name is farah. she is playing with my sister over there
Man: which is your cousin ?
Woman  : she is wearing a blue hat with the red flower.
What does Farah’s hat look like ?
A. It’s red
B. It’s the woman’s
C. It has a white flower
D. It’s expensive
E. It’s has blue accessory

42. Woman : whose car is that? It is lovely
Man: the Japanese car parked in front of the shop belong my uncle
Woman  : that’s what I mean. Wow your uncle has a good taste.
What does the use of noun phrase in the dialogue aim ?
A. To identity a thing
B. To retell someone
C. To choose two things
D. To persuade someone
E. To convenience someone about something.

43. Man : Do you know that man ?
Woman : Do you mean a handsome man in front of the shop ?
Man  : Yes, but I don’t think he is handsome
Woman :Well ,that is Andri’s big brother. he just arrive home from Palembang
What does the man want to know ?
A. Andri’s brother
B. The woman’s friend.
C. A man in front of the shop
D. A man who arrived from Palembang
E. The woman’s neighbor

44. Man; I don’t know where your house is
Woman  : it’s easy. Do you know my neighborhood?
Man : yes. I have acquaintance there.
Woman  : Well, the house of which the door is red is my house. There is only one, so you can find my house easily.
According to the woman, what can differentiate her house with other houses ?
A. The door
B. The fence
C. The yard
D. The balcony
E. The neighborhood.

45. Man  : did my audience hear my voice ?
Woman : I think not all of them heard you
Man: oh no
Woman  : …….
What is the best response to say next ?
A. If you speak to me I can tell you
B. If they heard you, I could speak to you.
C. If you spoke to them, they would understand you
D. If you spoken louder, they would have heard you
E. If you had heard them ,they would not have been angry

46. If I had free time ,I would take hike in the woods and then find spot to camp .I have always loved camping. Being in the woods feeling the quiet stillness, smelling the air drinking water that pure and clean and listening to the leaves of the trees rustle in the wind make me feel comfortable. Last year , I had lost opportunity. If I I had not spent my money , I would have gone to the woods with my big family.
From the text, we know that the writer…
A. Didn’t go hiking
B. Doesn’t have time for hiking
C. Didn’t like camping
D. Used to like camping
E. Doesn’t have money

47. What did the writer regret ?
A. He spent holiday with his big family
B. He didn’t go hiking with his friends
C. He lost his money in the woods
D. He couldn’t get much money for holiday
E. He spent too much money last year.

48. If the writer went to woods…
A. He would camp
B. He would take his friends
C. He would clean the woods
D. He would have hiked
E. He would have been comfortable

49. Man  : let’s go to the cinema together.
Woman  : unless my mother gives me permission , I cannot go out tonight.
What can we learn from the dialogue?
A. The woman can not go to the cinema
B. The woman doesn’t get mother’s permission
C. The woman can go with the man if she gets mother’s permissions
D. The man asks the woman’s permission to go to the cinema
E. The man gives the woman permission to go to the cinema together.

50. Man : Mr. Ramli is old and weak, but do you know what he didn’t last night?
Woman : what?
Man  : ….
What is the best response to say next ?
A. He fought the thief but he is old and weak
B. He is old and weak yet he gave up to the thief
C. He faced the thief, yet he is old and weak 
D. He is old and weak but he faced the thief bravely
E. Unless he faced the thief, he is old and weak

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