Soal UTS Bahasa Inggris Kelas 9 SMP/MTs Semester 1 Kurikulum 2013 (Paket 2)
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Soal PTS/UTS Bahasa Inggris Kelas 9 SMP/MTs Semester 1 Kurikulum 2013
A. Choose and cross the correct answer!
Read the following texts to answers number 1 to 3!
Read the following texts to answers number 4 and 5!
How to Charge the Battery of Your Cell Phone
1. Connect the charger to a socket
2. Connect the charger to the phone. The battery indicator bar starts scrolling. If not charging is displayed, wait for a while, disconnect the charger, plug it again and retry. If charging still fails, contact your dealer.
3. When the battery is fully charged, the bar stops scrolling. Disconnect the charger from the phone and the socket.
1. What sign shows the charging is in process?
A. The batteray indicator bar scrolls
B. The cell phone vibrates
C. The batteray is fully charged
D. The lamp blinks
2. What should we do when the bar stopped scrolling?
A. Disconnect the charger
B. Press the socket
C. Press the on button
D. Contact the dealer
B. Answer the questions based on the text!
Read the text carefully for answering number 6 to 8!
Elephants are large mammals. They are biggest mamals living on land today. Their skin is gray and very thick. Elephants use their huge ears to keep themselves cool. The most amazing feature of the elephant is its trunk, which is used for reaching high branches, drinking, transferring food into his mouth, bathing and smelling danger. Its enormous upper teeth are tusk which are used for getting food and fighting.
African and asian elephants are the only two species left. Asian elephants are smaller and easier to train. African elephants have larger ears. They need their ears to keep them cool in their hot climate.
Elephants are herbivores and eat grasses, leaves, twigs and fruit. They can reach leaves on tall trees using their trunks.
Working elephants clear forest, provide transport, move logs and take part in parades. They have done this in Asia for hundreds years.
Baby elephants take two years to develop. After birth, they live on their mother’s milk for three years and use their trunks to put food into their mouths.
Many elephants have been killed by proachers who sell their tusks to ivory treaders. Elephants need to be protected because their numbers are decreasing.
3. Write one fact about the size of elephants!
4. What do elephants look like?
5. Where do elephants live?
C. Change the following sentences into passive voice!
6. Guests should use these plastic glasses to drink.
7. Mr. John watches comedies on weekends.