Soal PAT Sastra Inggris Kelas XI SMA-MA-SMK Semester Genap


Pada postingan kali ini, kami akan membagikan contoh soal-soal penilaian akhir tahun SMA/MA/SMK mata pelajaran Sastra Inggris untuk siswa kelas 11 SMA/SMK/MA/SMALB. Selengkpanya, silakan perhatikan cuplikan soal tersebut di bawah ini.

Pilihlah jawaban yang paling tepat!

This dialogue is for question  number below!
Sarah : Hello. Diane Beauty Salon.
Erika : hello, this is Erika. I’d like to make an appointment for next Sunday, please.
Sarah : Certainly, Miss Erika. Do you have a regular stylist in mind?
Erika : yes. I always go to Anita.
Sarah : Anita is on holiday next Sunday. Do you want another stylist?
Erika :I’m not sure.
Sarah : If you’d prefer to wait another day, then I can book you an appointment with Anita.
Erika : Alright. I’d like the appointment on next Tuesday, please.
Sarah : Is 2 o’clock convenient?
Erika : yes, that’s fine. Thank you.
Sarah : You’re welcome, Miss Erika. Bye bye.
Erika : Bye.
 1. With  whom does Erika want to meet?
A. Sarah.
B. Anita’s manager.
C. Her teacher.
D. Her regular stylist.
E. Anita’s stylist.

2. When did actually Erika want to make an appointment for?
A. Saturday.
B. Sunday.
C. Monday.
D. Tuesday.
E. Wednesday.

3. Why does Sarah want Erika to change the day?
Because . . . .
A. Anita is on holiday next Sunday.
B. Anita is not her regular stylist.
C. She wants to meet another person.
D. She is on holiday next week.
E. She cannot go to the salon.

4. From the dialogue, we know that . . . .
A. Erika will meet her stylist on Sunday at 2 o’clock.
B. Erika wants to meet Sarah on Tuesday.
C. Erika will book to another stylist next Sunday.
D. Erika is on holiday with Anita next Tuesday.
E. Erika doesn’t want to change her stylist.

This dialogue is for question  number below!
5. Man : I don’t think you will lose in this competition. Your capability is better than       them. 
Woman : Do you think so? I’m so nervous.
Man : Just do the best. You can sing well.
What does the man think of the woman?
A. She is a good singer.
B. She will be lost.
C. She cannot win.
D. She is nervous.
E. She doesn’t have any capability.

This dialogue is for question  number below!
6. Man : I haven’t called Mr. lukman to talk about the meeting.
Woman : You should call him now. I’m afraid he will be busy tomorrow.
Man : I think you’re right. I’ll call him now.

What does the woman want the man to do?
A. Attend the meeting.
B. Do his assignment.
C. Meet Mr. Lukman.
D. Call Mr. Lukman.
E. Talk to the woman. 

This dialogue is for question  number below!
7. Man : Good morning, Riches Bank.
Woman : Yes, good morning, I’d like to make an appointment to discuss the refinancing of my  loan.
Man : Just a moment, I’ll put you through the loans department.

What can we learn from the dialogue?
A. The man is a lawyer.
B. The woman wants to earn some money.
C. The man wants to make an appointment.
D. The man is from the loans department.
E. The woman is a customer of the bank.

This dialogue is for question  number below!
8. Man : What do you think of Dita’s party last night?
Woman : I think it was fun. Many people came to her party.
Man : . . . .

What is the most appropriate response to say next?
A. You should come to the party.
B. You must not do that.
C. I disagree with you. There was no music.
D. I don’t think I can go there.
E. It’s better for me to come to the party.

This text  is for question  number below!
The Necessity of Salt

Once upon a time, there was a king who had three daughters. Because they were good and beautiful, he loved them all sincerely. He did not know which one he should appoint as queen.

As his birthday approached, he summoned his daughters and said to them, “My Dear Children, I love all three of you sincerely, and for a long time have not known which one of you I should name to be the heir to my throne. But now I have decided that the one of you shall become queen who brings to me a birthday present that is most necessary in human life. Go and make your plans accordingly and with utmost diligence.”

The old King’s birthday arrived, and the two oldest daughters brought him presents that were very necessary, but at the same time extremely expensive. However, the youngest daughter brought him nothing more than a little pile of salt in a decorated container. When the king saw her present, he became very angry, and he drove his daughter out of the castle, forbidding her ever again to let herself be seen by him.

With deep  sorrow the rejected daughter went out into the unknown world, comforted only by her faith in her own good sense. After walking a good while, she came to an inn. There she found a female innkeeper who thoroughly understood cooking. She entered an apprenticeship with her and soon exceeded even the innkeeper in the art of cooking.

News spread far and wide of excellent cook in this inn, and everyone who came this way and who still had a few kreuzers left in his pocket stopped to be served a roast or something even more elegant.

The king heard of the cook’s reputation, and he hired her as court cook. Now it came to pass that the oldest princess was getting married, and the famous cook was assigned the preparation of the wedding feast, with no expenses to be spared.

Thus on the wedding day one elegant dish after the other was served until the table almost cracked. Everything was excellently prepared, and everyone praised the cook. Finally the king’s favorite dish arrived. Quickly taking a spoon he tasted it. “This has not been salted!” he cried out angrily. “Have the cook brought before me!”

They quickly ran for the cook, who entered the hall undaunted.

“Why did you forget to salt my favorite dish, you careless girl?” snapped the king at her. The cook answered, “you drove away your youngest daughter because she thought that salt was so necessary. Perhaps you can now see that your child was not wrong.”

When the king heard these words, he recognized his daughter, begged her for forgiveness, asked her to be seated at his side, and accepted her once again as his dear child. Then the wedding became doubtly joyful.

The king lived happily with his children for many years there after.

9. The text is about . . . .
A. A princess who wanted to celebrate her birthday
B. A king who became a famous cook
C. A princess who proved that salt was so necessary
D. A princess who finally got married with a famous cook
E. A princess who drove his own father out of their castle.

10. Why did the king ask his daughters to bring him a birthday present that was the most necessary thing in human life?
A. To show that he was the most powerful man in the kingdom.
B. To see who loved him most.
C. To decide who would be his cook.
D. To decide who would marry with the prince.
E. To decide who would be the next queen.

11. Why did the king drive his youngest daughter out of his castle?
A. Because she wanted to become a cook.
B. Because he thought that she did not respect him.
C. Because the king did not want her got married with the prince.
D. Because he wanted to prepare her to become the queen.
E. Because she did not want to give him any birthday gift.

12. Where did the king’s daughter learn the cook?
A. In the castle.
B. In a villager’s house.
C. In a famous restaurant.
D. In an inn.
E. In a course.

13. Why did the king ask the famous cook to prepare the wedding feast?
A. Because the king knew that it was his daughter.
B. Because people believed that she was the best cook in the kingdom.
C. Because she applied for the position of king’s cook.
D. Because the king wanted to prove that salt was not so importance.
E. Because the king did not any other cook in the kingdom.

14. How did the king’s daughter prove that salt is the most necessary thing in human life?
A. By giving the king a container of salt.
B. By telling the king that she is the famous cook.
C. By serving dishes cooked with much salt.
D. By serving very sweet dishes.
E. By serving dishes cooked without salt.

15. “This has not been salted!” he cried out angrily. The underlined word refers to . . . .
A. the wedding day.
B. the king’s favorite dish
C. the  cook
D. the table
E. a spoon

16. The word ‘undaunted” in paragraph 8 is contradictory in meaning to . . . . 
A. curious
B. fearless
C. doubt
D. confused
E. afraid

This text  is for question  number below!
I Turn to You
(Artist: Christina Aguilera)

When I’m lost in the rain,
In your eyes I know I’ll find the light to light my way.
When I’m scared and losing ground;
When my world is going crazy, you can turn it all around.
And when I’m down you’re there; pushing me to the top.
You’re always there; giving me all you’ve got.
For a shield from the storm;
For a friend; for a love
To keep me safe and warm,
I turn to you.
For the strength to be strong;
For the will to carry on;
For everything you do;
For everything that’s true, 
I turn to you.
. . .
17. The purpose of the song above is . . .  the listeners.
A. to amuse
B. to motivate
C. to inspire
D. to criticize
E. to express the feeling of

18. “When my world is going crazy, you can turn it all around.” 
The word “it” refers to . . . .
A. my world
B. the rain
C. the light
D. the ground
E. my way
19. “you’re always there; giving me all you’ve got.”
The sentence above belongs to . . . .
A. personification
B. metaphor
C. simile
D. hyperbole
E. repetition

This text  is for question  number below!
When are human beings going to accept responsibility for the environment and for the survival of animal species?

It saddens me to think that in our short time on this planet we have annihilated thousands of animal species, punctured a hole in the ozone layer, destroyed vast areas of irreplaceable rainforests and polluted land and water to name just a few our crime.

The continual destruction of animal habitats to make way for spreading urban populations or increased farming lands for growing food concerns me greatly. People are encroaching on animals’ territory and soon animals further up the food chain such as whales. Rubbish such as plastic kills innocent creatures such as seals, birds, and turtles.

I urge all people to take responsibility for this earth we share with other creatures and which we hold in trust for our children and our children’s children. We can do it if we work together. 

Taken from : Exposition Texts

20. The following is not reason why the writer is sad is . . . .
A. Polluted land and water
B. A hole in the ozone layer
C. Endangered animal species
D. Destroyed rainforest
E. Hidden natural resources

21. What is the purpose of the text?
A. To explain the natural phenomenon.
B. To persuade the readers that something should be or should not be the case.
C. To amuse the readers with a story.
D. To describe the destruction of environment.
E. To analyze a topic and to persuade the reader that this topic is correct.
22. “. . . we have annihilated thousands of animal species, . . . .”
The underlined word has similar in meaning to . . . .
A. Eradicated
B. Helped
C. Preserved
D. Confirmed
E. Continued

23. “Rubbish such as plastic kills innocent creatures such as seals, birds, and turtles.” The main sentence is . . . .
A. Rubbish such as plastic kills innocent creatures.
B. Plastic kills animals.
C. Rubbish kills birds and turtles.
D. Rubbish kills innocent creatures.
E. Plastic kills innocent creatures.

24. “. . . which we hold in trust for our children and our children’s children.”
The underlined words can be replaced with . . . .
A. Siblings
B. Cousin
C. Nephews
D. Grandchildren
E. Grandparents

This dialogue  is for question  number below!
Erna  : When don’t  you buy the book?
Ti a    : If the store . . . I will buy it tomorrow.

25. A. open
B. opens
C. opened
D. will open
E. would open 

This dialogue  is for question  number below!
Tiara   : . . . you finished your assignment?
Rudi    : Not yet. It is so difficult.

26. A. Do
B. Did
C. Has
D. Have
E. Would
This question is for number below!
27. If you don’t hurry up, the movie . . . by the time we arrive.
A. Will not finish
B. Will be finished
C. Won’t have finished
D. Will have finished
E. Would have finished
This question is for number below!

28. Repeating the same starting sounds of words is called . . . .
A. Simile
B. Metaphor
C. Hyperbole
D. Rhyme
E. Alliteration

This dialogue is for question below!
29. Eric : I think our city is very hot at the moment.
Era  : I don’t think so ................ Our city is much cooler than other cities in this country.
A. I know it
B. I am thinking of
C. He forget it
D. In my opinion
E. See your.

This dialogue is for question below!
Sifa: “What do you think about Lampung?”
Lisa: “I think Lampung is a beautiful city. There are many beautiful beaches there. Lampung is also famous for its tapis or songket. This is traditional cloth in Lampung.”
Sifa: What about the food? Do you think it’s delicious?
Lisa: I think … yes! Do you know that pipe? Very delicious.
Sifa: “Yes, I know that pipe. By the way … which is better? A mushroom or satay pipe?”
Lisa: I think the pipes are better than satay mushrooms.
Sifa: “I don’t think so. I think mushroom mushrooms are better than pipes because mushroom satay is my favorite food.”
Lisa: So we have different favorite foods.
Sifa: “I think so.”

30 “I think Lampung is a beautiful city,,,
       The above sentence is included in the phrase.
A. Ask for opinions
B. To give opinions
C. Agreement
D. Dispute.
E. Neutral position. 

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