Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Soal dan Kunci Jawaban Report Text 2015


Soal dan Kunci Jawaban Report Text 2015


Soal dan Kunci Jawaban Report Text 2015 - Bagi teman-teman yang ingin memprdalam pemahaman bahasa inggrisnya, menjawab soal adalah salah satu cara yang paling ampuh. Apalagi kali ini saya akan mencantumkannya bersama kunci jawaban dari soal tersebut.

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Soal dan Kunci Jawaban Report Text 2015  harus sering-sering diulang kembali dan dicari arti kosakatanya, agar kemampuan menjawab soal Anda juga dibarengi dengan kemampuan Anda dalam mengartikan soal. Jangan asal menjawab kebetulan benar, tetapi jadilah siswa yang mampu menjawab karena memang tahu arti kosakata dari soal. :) Semoga Soal dan Kunci Jawaban Report Text 2015 ini bermanfaat bagi teman-teman :)  Berikut Soal dan Kunci Jawaban Report Text 2015 :






Text 1 for questions 1 to 4
Fungi used to be considered as a part of the plant kingdom, but they are now though to be quite different.
            The main part of the fungus is a mass of tiny thread called mycelium. Fungi live on the other organic matter in the soil. Fungi are the most important agent in the breakdown of dead plant and animal material, recycling it so that plants can use the nutrients. Fungi live in damp areas on in water because they have no method of preventing their fragile threads drying out. They cannot survive dry atmospheres. There are around 50,000 species of fungi and they include yeast, rusts, smuts, mildews, mould and mushrooms.

1.       What is the communicative purpose of the text?
a.       To give entertainment or amusement to the readers
b.      To describe the way things are, with reference to a range of nature.
c.       To persuade the reader with its argument.
d.      To present (at least) many different aspects of an issue
e.       To describe how something is accomplished
2.      The text describes about…
a.       species of fungi in the world
b.      characteristics of plant kingdom
c.       area where fungi live
d.      fungi as a quite different plant
e.       importance of fungi
3.      Which one of the following sentences is NOT TRUE according to the text?
a.       Fungi have a method to survive in dry atmosphere
b.      Mycelium is a mass of tiny thread of fungus
c.       Fungi can survive only in damp area of water
d.      Mushroom is one among the 50,000 species of fungi.
e.       Fungi are quite different plant in the plant kingdom
4.      “……they have one method of preventing their fragile threads drying out”
      The antonym of the underlined word is …..
a.       brittle                           c. breakable                             e. delicate
b.      sturdy                          d. weak




 Text 2 for questions 5 to 8
An elephant is the largest and strongest animals. It is a strange looking animal with its thick legs, huge sides and backs, large hanging ears, a small tail, little eyes, long white tusks and above all it has a long nose, the trunk.
The trunk is elephant’s peculiar feature, and it has various uses. The elephant draws up water by its trunk and can squirt it all over its body like a shower bath. It can also lift leaves and puts them into its mouth. In fact the trunk serves the elephant as a long arm and hand. An elephant looks very clumsy and heavy and yet it can move very quickly.
The elephant is a very intelligent animal. Its intelligence combined with its great strength make it a very useful servant to man and it can be trained to serve in many ways such as carry heavy loads, hunt for tigers and even fight.

5.
The third paragraph is mainly about the fact that …..

a.
elephants are strong
c.
elephants are servant
e.
elephants must be trained

b.
elephants can lift logs
d.
elephants are very useful


6.
Which of the following is NOT part of the elephant described in the first paragraph?

a.
It looks strange
c.
It is wild
e.
It has small tail

b.
It is heavy
d.
It has trunk


7.
It is stated in the text that the elephant uses the trunk to do the following, EXCEPT ……

a.
to eat
c.
to drink
e.
to squirt water over the body

b.
to push
d.
to carry things


8.
“The trunk is elephant’s peculiar feature, …..” (Paragraph 2)
The underlined word is close in meaning to …..

a.
strange
c.
tough
e.
long

b.
large
d.
smooth



Text 3 for questions 9 to 12

Birds belong to a class of warm blooded vertebrate animals with feather covered bodies. Next to the mammals, birds are the most important group of land-living vertebrates. All birds have feathers, although in some types, particularly those that can not fly, the normal structure of the feathers may be much modified and be downy, woolly, or straw like. The forelimbs of birds are modified into wings. The bony part of the tail, except in the very earliest fossil birds, is very short, and the visible tail is composed of feathers only. The teeth are absent except in some fossil forms. As in mammals-the only other group of warm blooded animal-the circulation is highly perfected so that there is no mixing of arterial and venous blood, but the arrangement of veins and arteries by which this is accomplished, is different in the two groups. Birds have keen hearing, although they have no external ears. The sense of sight also is very keen, but the sense of smell is weak or lacking, except in a small few vultures and other birds.




9.
The passage is about the …… of birds.

a.
Species
c.
Clarification
e.
characteristics

b.
Definition
d.
Classification


10.
From the text we can conclude that both birds and mammals have …….

a.
Backbones
c.
Keen hearing
e.
weak sense of smell

b.
keen sights
d.
downy feathers


11.
Which of the following is NOT possessed by bird?

a.
Feathers
c.
Teeth
e.
ears

b.
Wings
d.
Tails


12.
 Birds have keen hearing, although they have no external ears”
The underlined word is synonymous with ……

a.
 Thick
c.
soft
e.
sharp

b.
 Weak
d.
Long



Text 4 for questions 9 to 16
A kangaroo is an animal found only in Australia, although it has a smaller relative, called wallaby, which lives on the Australian island of Tasmania and also in New Guinea.
            Kangaroos eat grass and plants. They have short front legs, but very long and very strong back legs and a tail. These they use for sitting up on and for jumping. Kangaroos have been known to make forward jumps of over eight meters, and leap across fences more than three meters high. They can also run at speeds of over 45 kilometers per hour.
            The largest kangaroos are the Great Grey Kangaroo and the Red Kangaroo. Adults grow to a length of 1.60 meters and weigh over 90 kilos.
            Kangaroos are marsupials. This means that the female kangaroo has an external pouch on the front of her body. A baby kangaroo is very tiny when it is born, and it crawls at once into this pouch where it spends its first five months of life.

13.        Kangaroo’s smaller relative is found …..
a.       not only in Australia island
b.      only in Australia
c.       only in Australian island
d.      only in Irian island
e.       only in Tasmania
14.        “ Kangaroos are marsupials” (paragraph-4)
         The word ’marsupials’ means …..
a.       an animal which can make forward jump
b.      an animal which has front and back legs to jump
c.       an animal which eats grass and plants
d.      an animal which has an external pouch in front
e.       an animal which spends its first five months of life
15.        “A baby kangaroo is very tiny when it is born, and it crawls at once into this pouch where it spends…” (paragraph-4) The word ‘pouch’ means…
a.       a small bag carried in the pocket
b.      a pocket carried by a kangaroo
c.       a bag like pocket carried by animal
d.      a pocket of bag on a wallaby
e.       a bag like pocket of skin on kangaroo
16.    These they use for sitting up on and for jumping.” (Paragraph 2).
         The underlined word refers to ……
a.       legs                                       c.   plants                                 e.  fences
b.      Kangoroos                            d.   marsupials

Text 5 for questions 17 to 20
Spiders are not insects. They are arachnids. Arachnids have four pairs of legs but only two body parts. Insects have three pairs of legs and three body parts. Spiders have two to four pairs of eyes. They can see extremely well.
Spiders eat small insects such as flies and mosquitoes, and sometime bit people. When a spider bites insect, it does not kill the insect immediately. Instead a special poison passes through its fangs, and this poison paralyzed the body to the unlucky insects.
Most spiders make their own homes. They do this with a special substance produced by their bodies. In the corner of some rooms it is possible to find a spider’s web where the spider is waiting for its next dinner guest.



17.              The spider has special teeth called …..
a.       poison                    c. arachnids                 e. substance
b.      fangs                      d. quest
18.              The statement that is TRUE according to the text is…..
a.       Spiders are special insects that have three pair of legs
b.      Arachnids have three pairs of legs and two body parts
c.       Spiders are not insects but arachnids that can see quite well
d.      Spiders do not like other small insects as their food
e.       Spiders are not in their web to wait for the small insects to eat
19.              What is NOT the difference between spider and insect?
a.       Insects have three pairs of legs
b.      Spiders have four pairs of legs
c.       Insects’ home are like spiders’
d.      Insects have three body parts
e.       Spiders have two body parts
20.              This word “web” in paragraph three means….
a.       a spider’s poison                c. a spider’s leg                        e. a spider’s house
b.      spider’s eyes                      d. spider’s dinner




KUNCI JAWABAN  :

1. B                           11. E
2. D                           12. E
3. A                           13. A
4. C                           14. D
5. D                           15. E
6. C                           16. A
7. B                           17. B
8. A                           18. C
9. D                           19. C
10. D                         20. E


 

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