Soal PAT Bahasa Inggris Kelas XI SMA/MA Semester Genap

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Soal PAT Bahasa Inggris Kelas XI 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!
    Ladies and Gentlemen, in case of emergency, take the life jacket which is located under your seat. 
    Put the life jacket over your head and then fasten the jacket tapes around you’re your waist. 
    Do not inflate the jacket until you left the aircraft. The jacket will be automatically inflated by pulling a cord, but if not, you can blow into the chip to inflate it. 
    A light is attached to the jacket for attracting attention. The life jacket should be removed only in case of emergency. 
    The use of TV set, AM and FM radios and radio cassettes recorders, walkman, and any mobile phones are prohibited on board as they interfere the communication and navigational system. 
We wish you an enjoyable flight. 
1. Where is the life jacket located?
A. Over the head
B. Around the waist. 
C. Outsite the aircraft. 
D. In the back of the seat. 
E. Under the seat. 

2. What can interfere the navigatioanl system
A. Table. 
B. The life jacket. 
C. Mobile phones
D. The attached light. 
E. Tapes around the waist. 

How do Seasons Happen?
    Seasons come to us regularly. We have probably notice that it gets warmer in summer or dry season while it get colder in the winter or wet season. However do we know how these seasons change?
    Season happen and change every year. This happens because the Earth tits back and forth as it goes around the Sun. During the summer, the Earth tits toward the sun. it makes half of the Earth hotter. This condition is what we call summer. During the other half of the year, the Earth tilts away from the Sun. As a result, it makes that half of the Earth cooler. This cool condition is then what we call winter. 
    The different parts of the world have the same season at different times. In the northern half of the world, winter happens during the months of December, January, and Febuary. The regions are such North America and Europe. In the other land, the southern half of the world have winter during the months of June, July, and August. The regions are like South America and Australia. How does this difference happen? The same season happens at different times because the top and bottom halves of the Earth tilt away from the Sun at different times. 

3. What kind of text is it?
A. Recount
B. Report
C. Explanation
D. Narrative
E. Review

4. Seasons happen due to the influence of the …. 
A. sun
B. moon
C. earth
D. air
E. wind

5. December, January, and February indicate the happening of …. season in north. 
A. dry
B. rain
C. spring
D. autumn
E. winter

6. A: “I would like to book one VIP room for tomorrow, please!”
B: “I am so sorry Sir, The rooms …. until the end of the week. ”
A. have already booked fully
B. has already booked fully
C. booking it fully
D. to be booked fully
E. is booked fully

7. George doesn’t want to clean the room. He doesn’t want to…. 
A. ordered
B. be ordered
C. order
D. ordering
E. is ordering

8. A: “Why can’t I find my script files on this laptop?
   B: “it already gone because the laptop …. yesterday. ”
A. be fixed
B. fixed
C. was fixed
D. are fixed
E. were fixed

How does Rain Fall?

    Rain is one of the main sources of fresh water for almost all people in the world. It provides suitable conditions for diverse ecosystems. It is also used as hydroelectric power plants and crop irrigation. But, do you know how rain happens?
    The rain’s phenomenon is actually what we often call as “water circle. ” The concept of the water cycle involves the sun heating the Earth’s surface water and causing the surface water to evaporate. Then the water vapor rises into the Earth’s atmosphere. 
    The water in the atmosphere cools and condenses into liquid droplets. The droplets grow bigger and heavier and fall to the Earth as precipitation. 
    However, not all rain can reach the surface of the earth. Some evaporates while failing through dry air. This is what we call as “Virga”, a phenomenon which is often seen in hot, dry desert regions. 

9. What happen to the doplet when it gets heavy?
A. Rise
B. Fall
C. Flow
D. Evaporates
E. Boiled

10. What is the other name of raining process?
A. Water cycle
B. Water metamorphosis
C. Water ransacking
D. Snowing
E. Watering

11. What can evaporate the sea?
A. Sun heat
B. Fire heat
C. Water heat
D. Ice
E. Global Warming

12. Where is the location of condensation?
A. Atmosphere
B. Sea
C. River
D. Lake
E. Sun heat

13. Why does not all rain fall to the ground?
A. it is evaporate by hot air
B. The water’s ascendancy from the sun heat
C. The cooling of air into droplets
D. The heat caused by the sun
E. The water boiling Phenomenon

    The snowfall is always exciting, isn’t it? In the snowfall you can crunch through the snow, make a snowman and play snowballs with your brother. Have you ever wondered how snow is made, through?
    Snow occurs when water vapors in the air freeze before they can turn into water. This happens when the temperature in the clouds is very cold. Snowflakes are made up of crystals of ice that have formed around bits of dirt in the air. The snowflakes start out very small and grow. Each snowflake is different and might contain up to 200 crystals. 
14. What does the writer think about snowfall?
A. Exciting
B. Sad
C. Frightening
D. Dejecting
E. Ugly

15. Snow is the water that…. 
A. evaporate
B. precipitate
C. freeze
D. boil
E. go out

16. The average amount of a snow is crystals. 
A. 100
B. 200
C. 300
D. 400
E. 500

17. Snow happens in the air because …. 
A. the evaporation is failed
B. the weather in the cloud is too cold
C. there is no condensation
D. the atmosphere layer is too thin
E. there is no adequate precipitation

18. What is the name of the text above?
A. Explanation
B. Narrative
C. Recount
D. Report
E. Descriptive
In many part of the world flood are cause by tropical storms called hurricanes or typhoons. They bring destructive winds of high speed, torrents of the rain, and flooring. When a flood occurs, the destruction to surrounding land can be severe. Whole villages and towns are sometimes swept kept away by water pouring swiftly over the land. Railroad track blocked and uprooted from their beds. Highways are washed away. 
    When a building caught fire, the firemen pitched in to help battle the blaze. Before the pumps were invented, people formed bucket brigades to fight fires. Standing side by side, they formed a human chain from the fire to nearby well or river. They passed buckets of water from to hand to be poured on the flames. 
    The damage of the fire did depend a great deal on where it happened. In the country or a small village, only a single house might burn down. But in crowded cities, fire often destroyed whole blocks and neighborhoods before being controlled. 
19. What can possibly prevent rivers and lakes from overflowing?
A. An absorbent bed
B. A rocky surrounding
C. A low land
D. A high bank
E. A high road

20. We know from the text that …. 
A. . The pump is the only tool used by fire fighters now
B . The pump helps people to fight fires more efficiently
C . Fires in big cities are always very big
D. . People no longer use buckets to control fire
E. Only firemen can control fire in crowded cities
    Silkworms live for only two or three days after laying eggs. About 36,000 to 50,000 eggs are laid, and there are carefully store at the silkworm farm until they are ready to hatch. The eggs hatch into caterpillars, which feed on mulberry leaves. Soon, the caterpillars are ready to spin their cocoons. Not all caterpillars can spin silk cocoons. 
    Only the caterpillars of a silkworm moth known as ‘Bombyx mari’ can do such spinning. This caterpillar has special glands which secrete liquid silk through its lower lip. The liquid produced later hardens to form tine strands. The caterpillar makes its cocoons using these strands. The threads on the outside of the cocoon are rough, while those inside are soft and smooth. Some fully-spun cocoons are heated. This kills the pupa inside. The cocoons are then put into hot water to loosen the fine threads. Finally, these threads are reeled off the cocoons. 
    The length of unbroken thread produced by a single cocoon measures about one-and-a-half kilometers. Being twisted together several of these threads make single woven materials. 
21. What is the threads on the outside of the cocoon…. 
A. Fine
B. Soft
C. Rough
D. Strong
E. Smooth

22. Tom opens the door. The passive is…. 
A. The door was opened by Tom
B. The door opened by Tom
C. The door is opened by Tom
D. The door is being opened by Tom
E. The door opens by Tom

23. We are attending the agenda. The passive is…. 
A. the agenda are attended by us
B. the agenda is attended by us
C. the agenda was attended by us
D. the agenda were attended by us
E. the agenda is being attended by us

24. Dr. Ikada developed the theory. The passive is…. 
A. the theory is developed by Dr. Ikada
B. the theory is being developed by Dr. Ikada
C. the theory developed by Dr. Ikada
D. the theory is being developed by Dr. Ikada
E. the theory was developed by Dr. Ikada

The ways to activate the hand phone
  • First, open the cover of the hand phone
  • Secondly, open the battery part of the phone and you can find sim card slot inside
  • Third, insert the sim card to the sim card slot and put back the battery. 
  • Fourth, close the battery with a cover of the hand phone. 
  • Fifth, connect the cable of charger to the hole in the bottom of the hand phone. Charging the battery may take four up to six hours. 
  • Sixth, when the battery is fully charged, the bar will stop scrolling. 
  • Seventh, we can activate the hand phone with pushing the button on the side of it. 
  • Finally we are ready to use our hand phone. 
25. What kind of text is the text above?
A. Narrative text
B. Recount text
C. Procedure text
D. Spoof
E. Descriptive text

26. The text describes?
A. How to get a hand phone. 
B. How to activate a hand phone. 
C. The materials of a hand phone. 
D. How to put a sim card. 
E. How to buy a hand phone

27. What should we do after inserting the sim card?
A. Open the cover of the hand phone. 
B. Disconnect the charger. 
C. Close the battery with the cover of hand phone. 
D. Insert the battery inside. 
E. Unplug the button

28. “The ways to activate the handphone”
The synonym of the underlined word is. . . 
A. Ingredients 
B. Performances 
C. Steps
D. Devices
E. Tools
How to Make Starfruit Punch
  • • 250 gr yellow starfruit in slices
  • • 100 ml water 2 spoonful of vanilla
  • • 8 teaspoonful of lemonade extract Procedure
  • • Put slices of starfruit and water in the blender. Wait until it’s soft. Skim it. 
  • • Add syrup, lemonade extract, and soda water. Stir thoroughly. 
  • • Pour it in the glass and put in the ice cubes. 
29. What is the text about?
A. How to make starfruit punch
B. The ingredients of starfruit punch
C. How to use blender
D. How to stir thoroughly
E. How to slice starfruit

30. Which of the following procedures is true?
A. Put slices of starfruit in the glass. 
B. Put ice cubes in the blender. 
C. Skim two spoonful of vanilla. 
D. Skim the slices of starfruit and water which have already been softened
E. Wait until the ice cubes are melted. 

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