Sunday, 11 January 2015

Soal Bahasa Inggris Narrative Text dan Kunci Jawaban 2015

Soal Bahasa Inggris Narrative Text dan Kunci Jawaban 2015
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BACA JUGA  : Contoh Narrative Text bahasa Inggris Lengkap Terbaru Part 7

BACA JUGA  : Contoh Narrative Text bahasa Inggris Lengkap Terbaru Part 5
 



Once upon a time there was a girl name Cindrella. She lived with her bad step-mother and two step-sisters. She had to do all the household chores.
One day the king invited all the ladies in the kingdom to go to a ball (pesta dansa)  in the palace. He wanted to find the Crown Prince a wife.
The step sisters went to the ball that night with their mother. Cindrella was left alone. She cried because she actually wanted to go to the ball, too.
Just then a fairy godmother came. With her magic wand, she gave Cindrella a coach (kereta), two horses and footmen. She also gave Cindrella a lovely dress to wear the ball and a pair of glass slippers. She told Cindrella to come home before midnight.
At the ball, Cindrella danced all night with the Prince. The Prince fell in love with her. At midnight, Cindrella ran home. Unfortunately, one of her slippers slipped off at the door. She did not have time to put it back on. The Prince was sad as he could not find Cindrella again that night.
The next day, the Prince and his men brought along the glass slipper. They went all over the Kingdom to search for the owner.
After searching for along time, finally, they came to Cindrella’s house. The slipper fit her. The prince was very happy to find Cindrella again. They got married and lived ever after.

1.
What is the purpose of the text above?

a.
To tell us how to write a story

b.
To inform what happened in the past

c.
To give a description of a beautiful girl

d.
To retell about Cindrella’s  experience/memory

e.
To entertain readers with an actual, or vicarious experience
2.
What was there at the palace one day?

a.
A game
c.
A birthday party
e.
Glass slippers

b.
A ball
d.
Crown part


3.
Why did the king hold the event at his palace?

a.
To celebrate his birthday
d.
To entertain his people

b.
To celebrate his wedding
e.
To show give amusement to his guests.

c.
To find his crown prince a wife




4.
How was the end of the story?

a.
The prince married Cindrella. 
d.
The king gave the kingdom to Cindrella.

b.
Cindrella was killed by her  step mother .
e.
Cindrella was betrayed by the king.

c.
The prince turned into a horse forever.




5.
“She also gave Cindrella a lovely dress….” (Paragraph 4). The underlined word has the same meaning with …..

a.
boring
c.
Polite
e.
Pretty

b.
honest
d.
Loyal














Text 2  for questions 6  to 9

                    A fox fell into a well and couldn’t get out. By and by a thirsty goat came along. Seeing the fox in the well it asked if the water was good. “Good,” said the fox, “It’s the best water I’ve tasted in all my life. Come down and try it yourself.”
                    The goat was thirsty so he got into the well. When he had drunk enough, he looked around but there was no way to get out. Then the fox said, “I have a good idea. You stand on your hind legs and put your forelegs against the side of the well. Then I’ll climb on your back, from there. I’ll step on your horns, and I can get out. And when I’m out, I’ll help you out of the well.”
                    The goat did as he was asked and the fox got on his back and climbed out of the well. Then he coolly walked away. The goat called out loudly after him and reminded him of his promise to help him out. The fox merely turn to him and said, “if you only had thought carefully about getting out, you wouldn’t have jumped into the well.”
                The goat felt very sad. He called out loudly. An old man walking nearby heard him and put a plank into the well. The goat out and thanked the old man.

6.
The text tells the story of ………..

a.
a fox
c.
a fox and a goat
e.
the goat and an old man

b.
a goat
d.
An old man and the fox


7.
What do we learn from the text?

a.
The fox’s idea of how to get out of the well
d.
How the fox helped the goat

b.
How both the goat and the fox got out of the well
e.
Why the fox got into the well

c.
How the fox got out of the well


8.
“The goat did as he was asked ………” (Paragraph 3)
What does the above sentence mean?

a.
The goat drank enough and looked around.

b.
The goat came down to the well and drank.

c.
The goat called out loudly after the fox got out.

d.
The goat waited someone who might help him.

e.
The goat stood on his hint legs and put his forelegs against the side of the well.
9.
“Come down and try it yourself.” (Paragraph 1). The underlined word refers to ……..

a.
a well
c.
a  fox
e.
Life

b.
water
d.
a goat












Text 3 for questions 10  to 13

Once upon a time, there was a king who ruled in Teberu Lombok, who had a beautiful daughter called Puteri Mandalika. Because of her beauty, princes and kings from other kingdom around Teberu wished that she would be their wife. Six of them came to Teberu and ask for her hand of marriage. They were Prince Bumbang, Prince Aryo Johor, Prince Singa Trasak, Prince Daria Loka, Prince Gunung Piring and Prince Bungsu. Each prince wanted to win the hearth of Puteri Mandalika.
            Her father, the king of Teberu, was very confused and did not know what to do. If he chose one prince instead of another then it would create jealousy and there could be war against his kingdom. All the princes were handsome and powerful and so the king allowed his daughter to make her own choice. But Puteri Mandalika was confused too and she also knew the dangerous risk that her kingdom and people would get, if she chose either one of the princes.
            After several days of serious thinking, Puteri Mandalika met her parents and asked her permission to announce her decision in front of all the princes and the people of Teberu the next day in the beach. Early next morning, everybody gathered on the beach. There was a gentle breeze with small waves breaking softly across the shore. Everybody was looking at Puteri Mandalika, waiting for her announcement.
            Meanwhile, the six princes prayed in their heart that he would be the chosen one. Then in a loud and clear voice, Puteri Mandalika Said, ”Oh my beloved mother and father, all the princes and especially the people of Teberu Kingdom. Today I would like to announce that I will not give myself to any one of the princes, but rather to all people of Teberu and my own kingdom.” Then Puteri Mandalika threw herself into the sea from the top of a hill and disappeared. Everybody desperately search for her but she could not be found and people believed she was transformed into flowing sea worms called “nyale”.  .
10. The second paragraph is called  ……
      a.   orientation
      b.   complication
      c.   resolution
      d.   identification
      e.   conclusion
11. Why was it hard for the princess to choose one of the princes?
      a.   She loved all the princes.        
      b.   All the princes were handsome.
      c.   All the princes were powerful.
      d.   She was afraid of the dangerous risk. 
      e.   Her father permitted her to marry.
12. “Six of them came to Teberu and ask for her hand of marriage.” (Paragraph 1)
      The underlined phrase can be replaced by  …..
a.   intend
b.   admit
c.   promise
d.   accompany
e.   propose
13. From the text we may conclude that ………
     a.   Putri Mandalika sacrificed herself to the sea for the sake of her people.
      b.   Putri Mandalika was a selfish princess.
      c.   One of the princes won the heart of  Putri Mandalika.
      d.   The war happened against the kingdom due to the princess’ decision.
      e.   The people of Teberu kingdom hated the princess.

Text 4 for questions 14 to 17
The Lion and The Mouse

O
nce when a lion was asleep, a little mouse began running up and down upon him; this soon awoke the lion, who placed his huge paw upon him, and open his big jaws to swallow him. “Pardon, O king,” cried the little mouse, “Forgive me this time, I shall never forget it; perhaps I may be able to do you a good turn some of these days.”
The lion was so tickled at the idea of the mouse being able to help him. Then, he lifted up his paw and let him go.
Sometime after, the lion was caught in a trap. Some hunters, who wanted to carry him alive to the King, tied him to a tree while they went in search of a wagon to carry him in. Just then, the little mouse happened to pass by and see the sad plight in which the lion was. The little mouse went up to him and soon gnawed away the ropes that bounded the king of the beasts. Soon after the little mouse had finished gnawing away the ropes, he asked the lion to run away.

14.
What is the purpose of the text?

a.
To entertain the readers

b.
To persuade the readers that something should or should not be the case

c.
To inform the readers about the events of the day which are considered newsworthy

d.
To explain something

e.
To present at least two points of view about an issue
15.
What is the moral value of the text?

a.
Don’t look at someone because of his clothes

b.
It is best for prepare for the days of necessity

c.
Common people may prove great ones

d.
United we stand, divided we fall

e.
Honestly begins at home
16.
Paragraph three mainly tells us that ……

a.
The little mouse asked for forgiveness

b.
The hunters carried the lion alive to the King

c.
The lion was tied to a tree by the hunters

d.
The little mouse could prove that he could help the lion

e.
From the first, the lion believed in what the little mouse said
17.
What did the little mouse do to prove his words?

a.
He would never forget the lion

b.
He tried hard to help the lion free

c.
He ran up and down upon the lion

d.
He asked for apology to the king of the beast

e.
He tied the lion to the tree so that the hunters could carry him




KUNCI JAWABAN  :

1. E                                   11. D
2. B                                   12. E
3. C                                   13. A
4. A                                   14. C
5. E                                    15. C
6. C                                    16. D
7. A                                    17. B
8. E
9. B
10. B



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