Sabtu, 04 April 2020

Materi Bahasa Inggris Kelas 9


Pembelajaran Jarak Jauh (PJJ)
SMP Al Ihsan Cimencrang
Materi Recount Text
Latihan per/subtema


Answer the following question by cross A, B, C and D!

On Saturday night, we went to the Town Hall. It was the last day of the year and a large crowd of people had gathered under the Town Hall clock. It would strike twelve in twenty minutes’ time. Fifteen minutes passed and then, at five to twelve, the clock stopped. The big minute hand did not move. We waited and waited, but nothing happened. Suddenly someone shouted,”It’s two minutes past twelve! The clock has stopped!”
I looked at my watch. It was true. The big clock refused to welcome the New Year. At that moment, everybody began to laugh and sing.

1.      When did the clock stopped?
 A.  At 5.12  C. At 12.00
 B. At 11.55   D. At 12.02
                                                         
2.      Why did the people gather under the Town Hall clock?
 A. To welcome the New Year   C. To see the newly bought clock
 B. To strike the laughing peopl   D. To stop people who shouted
                                                          
3.      Based on the text, where was the writer?
 A. At the center of the town  
 C. At home                          
 B. AT the beach                  D. At the market
                                                                                                         
4.      When did the event happen?
 A.    in the middle of the year    C. the end of the year           
 B.     Christmas celebration  D. at the weekend as usual
                                           
                                                 
5.      Which of the following is not true according to the text?
  A. The writer was waiting to celebrate the New Year.
  B. The writer brought a watch.
  C. The writer was very happy.
  D. The writer celebrated the New Year with his family.

  
6.      What probably happened when someone shouted that the clock stopped?
 A. Everybody directly celebrated the New Year
 B.  Everybody looked for a watch.
 C. everybody sings and laugh.
 D. everybody shouted too. 

7.      What does the first sentence tell you?
 A.  The problem that the writer met C. The funny thing in the story      
 B.   The opening of the story D. The past event
                               
                                          
8.      It would strike twelve in twenty minutes’ time.”
The underlined word refers to …
 A.    the clock  C. the town        
 B. author’s watch  D. the place
                                                                
9.      It was the last day of the year and a large crowd of people had gathered under the Town Hall clock.
What is the closest meaning of the underlined word?
 A.  Mass    C. many 
 B. big  D. lots of
                                                                                                
10.  The big clock refused to welcome the New Year
What is the synonym of the word ….
 A.  Reject  C. admit 
 B. accept
 D. hate
                                                                                  
      Last holiday my students and I went to Jogjakarta. We stayed at Morison Hotel which is not a long way from Malioboro. On Friday, we went to the sanctuaries in Prambanan. There are three major sanctuaries, the Brahmana, Syiwa and Wisnu sanctuaries. They are truly stunning. We went by just Brahmana and Syiwa sanctuaries, on the grounds that Wisnu sanctuary is being remodeled. On Saturday morning we went to Yogya Kraton. We spent around two hours there. We were fortunate on the grounds that we were driven by a brilliant and amicable aide. At that point we proceeded with our adventure to Borobudur. We touched base there at four p.m. At 6 p.m. we heard the declaration that Borobudur entryway would be closed. In the evening we left Jogjakarta by bus.

11.  The content above basically talks about ……..
   A. the writer’s trip to Yogyakarta
   B.  the writer’s experience at Yogya Kraton 
   C. the writer’s first visit to Prambanan
   D. the writer’s impression about Borobudur
12.  The content is composed as an/an ………
 A. Recount   C. report
 B. narrative   D. anecdote
                                                                                 
13.  What is purpose of the text……….
 A.  tell past events                        C. entertain readers
 B.   report an event to the police  D. inform readers about events of the day
                            
14.  What else the big temples in Prambanan?
  A.  Angkor wat, syiwa, and sudra temples
  B.  brahmana, syiwa, and wisnu temples
  C. paria, brahmana, and temples
  D. wisnu, syiwa, and borobudur temples

15.  When did they go home?
 A.  On Saturday morning  C. On Thursday evening
 B.  On Friday afternoon  D. On Saturday evening
      
16.  Why did they just visit Brahmana and Syiwa sanctuaries?
  A.  because there was no wisnu temple
  B.  because wisnu temple was too small
  C. because wisnu temple was amazing
  D. because wisnu temple was being repaired

That morning I got dressed as usual. I was just leaving for school when I noticed that my shoes were filthy. I went back inside to polish them. Staying home those five extra minutes probably saved my life.
When I came outside again, my mother was on the lawn picking flowers. Somebody yelled, “Tsunami!” We thought it was an April fool’s joke. Then, I looked up and saw a huge wall of dirty water. My mother pushed me inside and slammed the door, just as the wave struck our house. It felt like we’d been hit by a train.
The wave picked up the house, and we floated away. Seawater came up to my knees. I decided to changed clothes, in case we had to swim. When I opened the closet, the back wall was gone! All I could see past my hanging clothes were waves and dead fish. It looked like a strange painting.
Through the windows we could see people floating by, holding onto whatever they could. A boy was clinging to a piece of lumber. The waves carried us far out into Hilo Bay and back again three times.
Finally, our house slammed into a factory wall. Somehow, my parents and I climbed into the factory, where we found some neighbors on the upper floor.  We all got busy tearing burlap sugar bags into floated by, we threw them to the rope.
Our family was fortunate. And I’m not nervous about tsunamis anymore. But when I got married, I told my husband, “We’re not leaving at the beach. We are going to live in the mountains!”
17.  When did the tsunamis happen?
 A.  In March            C. Some years ago
 B. One morning  D. In April
                                                        
18.  Where did the writer finally shelter from the tsunamis?
 A.   In a factory wall   C. In her house         
 B. In a factory  D. In the mountain
                                                   
19.  “Our family was fortunate” (Paragraph 6)       
The underlined word can be replaced by ……
 A. Lucky               C. lack of famous
 B. prosperous  D. miserable
                                                                    

Late in the afternoon, the boys put up their tent in the middle of a field. As soon as this was done, they cooked a meal over an open fire. They were all hungry and the food smelt good. After a wonderful meal, they told stories and sang songs by the camp fire. But sometime later it began to rain. The boys felt tired so they put out the fire and crept into their tent. Their sleeping-bags were warm and comfortable, so they all slept soundly. In the middle of the night, two boys woke up and began shouting. The tent was full of water! They all leapt out of their sleeping-bags and hurried outside. It was raining heavily and they found that a stream had formed in the field. The stream wound its way across the field and then flowed right under their tent.

20.  The purpose of the text is …..
   A.  to retell about camping in the field
   B.  to present a point of view about camping 
   C. to tell what happened to the boys
   D. to persuade readers to believe event 

21.  Where did the stream flow? It flowed …..
 A.  in the middle of the field  C. near the boys’ tent
 B.   under the boys’ tent  D. in front of the boys’ tent
      
22.  They told stories and songs after …..
 A.  they had a meal  C. they slept soundly
 B.  it began to rain             D. the stream was across the field
           
General Sudirman was a high ranking Indonesian military officer during the Indonesian national revolution. He was the first commander-in-chief of the Indonesian Armed Forces, he continues to be widely respected in the country. On 12 November 1945, at an election to decide the military’s commander-in-chief in Yogyakarta. The 24 years old Sudirman was chosen over Oerip Soemohardjo in a close vote. While waiting to be confirmed, Sudirman ordered an assault on British and Dutch forces in Ambarawa. The ensuing battle and British withdrawal strengthened Sudirman’s popular support, and he was ultimately confirmed on 18 December. General Sudirman commanded military activities throughout Java, including a show of force in Yogyakarta on 1 March 1949. When the Dutch began withdrawing, in July 1949 Sudirman was recalled to Yogyakarta and forbidden to fight further. In late 1949 Sudirman’s tuberculosis returned, and he retired to Magelang, where he died slightly more than a month after the Dutch recognized Indonesia’s independence. He is buried at Semaki Heroes’ Cemetery in Yogyakarta.

23.  What is the monologue about?
   A.  A biography of General Soedirman  
   B.  The family of General Soedirman
   C.  The death of General Soedirman
   D.  A spirit of General Soedirman for the Indonesian Armed Forces

2    24.  When did Sudirman die?
        A.  Soedirman died when his tubercolusis returned
        B.  Soedirman was shot and died in the military war 
        C.  Soedirman died when he was relatively young
        D.  Soedirman died on 1 March 1949

25.  Where is sudirman buried after gone?
 A.  In Magelang  C. in Ambarawa 
 B. in Yogyakarta  D. in Surabaya
                                                          


 
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