Di artikel ini kami akan membagikan contoh soal PTS Mata Pelajaran Bahasa Inggris kelas 11 semester 2, Ada 31 soal yang kami berikan dalam bentuk soal pilihan ganda dan soal essay. Soal soal ini bisa menjadi evaluasi untuk mata pelajaran ini. Dan bisa juga menjadi acuan guru guru dalam membuat soal.
Soal PTS Mata Pelajaran Bahasa Inggris kelas 11 semester 2
Soal Pilihan Ganda
This letter is for questions number 1 to 3.
Jl. Jambu 129 Bima
30th January 2019
It was a real sorrow that I heard this morning of your great loss. I knew your mother was ill, for your brother told me several weeks ago. However, as he at that time did not seem to think the illness was very serious, the news of your mother’s deathcame to me asa shock. You have my sincere and heartfelt sympathy, my dear fellow, in your sorrow. I know you will feel it deeply, for you always thought so much of your mother and loved her so truly. I feel it also as a personal loss to me, for your mother was always very kind to me. Her death must be a terrible grief to your father, too. Please assure him of my sincere sympathy.
Words, I know, are poor comforters. “The heart knows its own sorrow”, and in such sorrows we are always alone. However, it is not mere words when I say that I feel with you in your sorrow.
Your sincere friend,
1. What is the possible relation between the sender and the recipient?
2. From the letter we know that ….
a. Frodi’s mother was notill before herdeath
b. Jean sent letter to Frodi several weeks ago
c. Jean was very sorrowful to send the letter to his mother
d. Jean had known Frodi’s mother before
e. Frodi is the-only child in his family
3. “You have my sincere and heartfelt sympathy, my dear fellow, in your sorrow.” What is the’ closest meaning of word “sincere”?
This letter is for questions number 4 to 8.
How are you grandpa? I was really happy to see you and Grandma at my graduation ceremony, . and I hope you’re recovering from your high blood pressure soon.
Do you mind if I visit you on Saturday? I’d really like to show you my new cat. I think you’ll adore her. I Her name is Susan, and I got her last week. For your information, she’s your favorite breed: an angora cat, just like Soho!
I’m excited to come and to see you soon. Let me know if Saturday will be ok for my coming.
4. When did Onavia see her grandpa?
a. Aytthe graduation party
b. At her grandpa’s birthday
c. At Onavia’s birthday
d. At the street.
e. At her grandpa’s house
5. When will Onavia visit her grandpa?
6. What will be shown to her grandpa by Onavia?
a. Her new cat
b. Her new school
c. Her graduation hat
d. Her score
e. Her gift
7. What kind of animal is Soho?
a. A cat
b. A dog
c. A snake
d. A lizard
e. An eagle
8. “I’m excited to come and to see you soon.”
The underlined word above has the same meaning with ….
The following text is for number 9 to 12.
Human body is made up of countless millions of. cells. Food is needed to build up. new cells and replace the worn out cells. However, the food that we take must be changed into substance that can be carried in the blood to the places where they are needed, this process is called digestion.
The first digestive process takes places in the mouth. The food we eat is broken up into small pieces by the action of teeth, mixed with saliva, a juice secreted by glands in the mouth. Saliva contains digestive juice which moistens the food, so it can be swallowed easily.
From the mouth, food passes through the esophagus (the food passage) into the stomach. Here, the food is mixed with the juices secreted by the cells in the stomach for several hours. Then the food enters the small intestine. All the time’the muscular walls of the intestine are squeezing, mixed and moving the. food onwards.
In a few hours, the food changes into acids. There are soon absorbed by the villi (microscopic branch projections from the intestine walls) walls and passed into the bloodstream.
9. What is the text about?
a. The digestive system
b. The digestive juices
c. The method of the digestive system
d. The process of intestine work
e. The food substance
10. How can we swallow the food easily?
a. The food changes into acids absorbed by the will
b. The food must be digested first through the process
c. The food is directly swallowed through esophagus into the stomach
d. The food is mixed with the juice secreted by the cells in the stomach
e.. The food we take must be changed into substances carried in the blood to the places
11. From the text above, we imply that….
a. A good process of digestive system will help our body becoming healthier
b. No one concerned with the process of digestive system for their health
c. The digestive system is needed if we are eating the food instantly
d. Everybody must conduct the processes of digestive system well.
e. The better we digest the food we eat, the healthier we will be.
12. Human body is made up of countless millions of cells.” (Paragraph1)
The underlined phrases means….
The text is for questions number 13 to 16.
Every day both industrial and domestic chimneys emit vast amount of dirt and harmful gases. The exhaust fumes from thousands of car engines add to this huge volume of filth.
Sulphur dioxide, produced mainly by the burning of coal and oil, combines. with the moisture of the air to form sulphuric acid. This eats away stone, brick and even metal. Doctors reason that if it can do this, it must damage the lungs of people who breathe it, especially over a period of many years.
Usually the effect of air pollution are not instantly noticeable. Occasionally though, there have – been catastrophic ‘smogs’ (The word smog is a combination of smoke and fog). One of these occurred in the town of Donora, Pennsylvania, in the U.S.A. They valley in which the town lies traps the some and fumes from the steel-works and chemical plants that fill it. One day in October 1948, unusual weather conditions prevented the smog from lifting by the afternoon, as it normally did. Instead, it hung over the town for three days. By the end of the third day, nearly 8000 people were ill. More than 80 percent of those aged 85 and over seriously ill, 20 people died. At last a heavy rain shower dared the smog.
One of the chief causes of air pollutionin many | cities in the internal combustion engine. Cars, lorries, and buses give out the gas called carbon monoxide, which in high concentrations can kill a person in a confined space. Cars also throw into the air fine particles of rubber and asphalt from their tires and the road, and particles of asbestos from their brake-linings. These can cause damage to the lungs when breathed in.
Another source of pollution is the nuclear power stations which produce a great amount of. poisonous radio-active waste. This waste must be sealed up and buried beneath the ground or seabed so carefully that there is no danger of leakage. Some scientists are very worried that we are not being careful enough with nuclear waste. it may not all be buried safely. Also, they fear there may be a serious accident at a nuclear power station, releasing deadly radiation into the air.
13. The burning of coal and oil produces …..
a. sulphuric acid
b. sulphur dioxide
c. exhaust fume
d. carbon monoxide
14. Which of the sentences is correct according to the text?
a. Factories, motor cars, and nuclear power stations cause air pollution
b. The exhaust-pipe of a running car absorbs carbon monoxide
c. Inaconfined space carbon monoxide is not very dangerous
d. Radio-active waste is poisonous, so it is harmless to people
e. Smokeand fumes clear up the air around a factory
15. Stone brick and even metal can be eaten away by….
a. sulphur dioxid
b. harmful gases
c. carbon monoxide
d. radio-active waste
e. sulphuric acid
16. Usually the effect of dir pollution are not instantly noticeable.
“Noticeable” means ….
a. can be seen
b. can be heard
c. can be thought
d. able to be touched
e. could be tasted
The text is for questions number 17 to 20.
Tsunami occurs when major fault under the ocean floor suddenly slips. The displaced rock pushes water above it like a giant paddle, producing powerful water waves at the ocean surface. The ocean waves spread out from the vicinity of the earthquake source and move across the ocean until they reach . the coastline, where their height increases as they reach the continental shelf, the part of the earth crust that slopes, or rises, from the ocean floor up to the land.
A tsunami washes ashore with often disastrous effects such as severe flooding, loss of lives due to drowning, and damage to property.
A tsunami is a very large sea wave that is generated by a disturbance along-the ocean floor. This disturbance can be an earthquake, a landslide, or a volcanic eruption. A tsunami is undetectable far out in the ocean, but once it reaches shallow water, this fast traveling wave grows very large.
17. Tsunami happens because…
a. the displaced rock pushes water above it
b. amajor fault under the ocean floor slips suddenly
c. the ocean waves spread out from the vicinity of the source
d. the waves moves across the ocean until they reach the beach
e. a tsunami is undetectable far out in the ocean
18. What are the impacts of tsunami?
a. The part of the earth’s crust that slopes, or rises, from the ocean floor up to the land
b. A tsunami washes ashore with often disastrous effects such as severe flooding, loss of lives
c. Atsunami is a very large sea wave that is generated by a disturbance along the ocean floor
d, A tsunami is detectable far out inthe ocean
e. Once tsunami reaches shallow water, this wave never grows very large
19. We understand from the text that tsunami…
a. causes the movement of earth
b. forms a new shape of coastline
c. makes unfortunate event
d. rises a new coastal land
e.displaces rocks toland
20. “… producing powerful water waves at the ocean surface”.
The synonym of the underlined word is ….
21. What is the effect in the following sentence:
“The mother bird gathers dried grass to build her nest.”
a. mother bird
c. build her nest
d. gathers dried grass
21. What the cause in the following sentence:
“The tree fell in the middle of the road because of the high wind.”
c. tree fell
d. in the middle of the road
e. the road
This text is for questions number 1 to 5.
Yogyakarta, 25 December 2019
How’s life? I’m sorry for replying your latter late. I got an accident last two months, so I spent my days on the bed.
Do you want to know how it happened? When I was walking home, somebody hit me by a bike. I felt to the stream. There were many rocks in the stream, so they hurt my leg and hand. I was in the hospital for two weeks, and took a rest for next two weeks. I couldn’t walk without crutches. My right hand was swollen. I couldn’t write and hold anything.
Now, I’m better. I can walk slowly. I also can use my hand. Therefore, I can write a letter for you. Anyway, I’d like to meet you when you get back. Hope you are enjoying your time there.
1. What kind of letter is above?
2. What is the purpose of the letter?
3. Why did Ruth reply Sarah’s letter late?
4. Write down the part of the personal letter above!
5. Imagine that you move to a new school. Write a a letter to your friend about your activities in the new school!
This text is for questions number 6 to 10.
Drought during 2011 has caused many problems. First, the people lack of clean water to either take abath, wash clothes of drink. Consequently, the government has to spend more expenditure in social welfare. Second, many breeders do not find grass for their cattle, sheep and goats. As result, their animals get thinner day after day due to lack of enough food. Third, many farmers who depend on rainfall can’t cultivates their land. Consequently, they do not get regular income from agribusiness. This also causes the farmer labors of losing their jobs. Therefore, poverty rate gets increased this year. Finally, the drought has a great impact on the water reservoir: dams, lake, Canal. Their water levels go down of even totally dry. All of those conditions are clearly due to mono cause that is long drought in our country.
6. What is the first problem posed by the long drought in 2012?
7. What is the consequent of the scarcity of clean water?
8. Why do animals get thinners?
9. How can the drought impact the water reservoir?
10. When did the long drought occur?
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