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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Contoh Soal HOTS USBN SMP 2019 Bahasa Inggris Kurikulum 2013 Terbaru Tahun 2019


The following text is for questions 1 to 3.


1.      The farewell party will be held in the....
A.    dawn
B.     morning
C.     evening
D.    afternoon

2.      "No one could inspire students to love science as you did." (Paragraph 2)
The underlined word has closest in meaning to....
A.    stop
B.     expire
C.     motivate
D.    discourage

3.      What is the program intended for?
A.    To welcome new students.
B.     To say goodbye to the final year students'
C.     To thank Mrs. Krisna Murtifor her dedication.
D.    To enjoy cultural activities and other programs.
The following text is for questions 4 and 5.

4.      The text is intended to ....
A.    to tell people to attend a program.
B.     to announce the dangers of hpv.
C.     to announce the location of the puskesmas.
D.    to tell of the opening of a new puskesmas.

5.      If students have sugestions for the school, they can go to ....
A.    the administration office
B.     the principal’s office
C.     SASHATS office
D.    school officers

6.      We have placed a complaint/suggestion box ....
The underlined word refers to ....
A.       the teachers
B.       SASHATS
C.       the students
D.       the officers
The following text is for questions 7 to 9.


To: all grade 7 and 8 students

The English teachers will select 20 students from 600 students of grade 7 and 8 for joining the school program which promote an international friendship project held in our school. The selection will be done on Monday-Friday, May 8-12, 2017 in the 2nd floor of Library Building, at 4 p.m. The selected students must be good at English and leadership. Please be on time!


7.      What is the announcement about?
A.       The best students’ selection
B.       The best English teacher promotion
C.       The school program of leadership movement
D.       The international friendship project selection

8.      What will the English teachers do on May 8-12, 2017?
A.       Join the school program with 20 students
B.       Promote an international friendship project
C.       Select 20 students to join an international friendship project
D.      Hold the leadership project for 600 students of grade 7 and 8
9.      “… from 600 students of grade 7 and 8 for joining the school program ...”
The word “joining” has closest to the meaning with ....
A.       participating
B.       accelerating
C.       promoting
D.       selecting
The following text is for questions 8 and 9.

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10.  The text is intended to ....
A.       show the beauty of the villas
B.       tell people how special the villas are
C.       show             people the location of Kubu Villas
D.       promote the special packages and offers of Kubu Villas

11.  If a guest stay at Kubu Villa on the 14th of February, it means he ....
A.       can’t swim in the pool         
B.       will get 25% discount off                            
C.       should contact the officer there
D.       he has to pay 25% higher than the ususal rates                               

Read the following text to answer questions 10 and 11.
12.  The card is sent by ....
A.       a friend
B.       a mother
C.       a brother
D.       an uncle

The following text is for questions 13 to 15.
  • 6 fresh oranges
  • 40 grams sugar
  • 50 ml water

The followings are the steps how to make an original orange juice, but before beginning to try it, make sure you choose the fresh oranges.
  • First of all, peel the fresh oranges. Then, remove the seeds.
  • Put oranges, sugar, and water into blender.
  • After that, blend all of the ingredients in the blender. Blend about 2 minutes
  • Now, pour the juice into the glass. The original orange juice is ready to drink. It is easy, isn’t it?

13.         What does the text tell about?
A.    The steps how to make orange juice
B.     The description of healthy drink
C.     The promotion of orange juice
D.    The example of shopping list

14.         What should we do after peeling the oranges?
A.    Blend all the ingredients for about 2 minutes
B.     Drink the orange juice quickly
C.     Put them into blender
D.    Remove the seeds
15.         “… make sure you choose the fresh oranges.…”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ....
A.    touch
B.     open
C.     pick
D.    tick

The following text is for questions 16 to 19.
·         Prepare your desired waffle batter.
·         Preheat the waffle maker. Set the waffle maker onto a flat, heat-safe surface and plug it in.
·         Grease the waffle maker plates, if needed. You can use cooking spray, melted butter, or oil. This will prevent the batter from sticking and makes cleaning up easier.
·         Pour the batter in a spiral. Measure out about ¾ cup (180 milliliters) of batter. Pour it onto the plate in a spiral, starting from the outside edges.
·         Close the lid and allow the batter to cook. As your waffle cooks, it will release steam. Wait until the steam stops coming out before checking on the waffle for doneness.
·         Remove the waffle using a plastic, rubber, or silicone utensil. Do not use any metal utensils, as they may scratch the surface.
·         Close the lid on the iron and plate that delectable waffle. Butter it and smother it with syrup, and enjoy the splendor of its goodness.
·         Allow the waffle maker to cool completely before cleaning it. Wipe the plates down with a soft, damp cloth or paper towel.
·         Let the waffle maker dry before putting it away.
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16.    The writer’s purpose in writin the passage is to ....
A.    describe about how to enjoy a delectable waffle
B.     inform us the way to choose a right waffle maker
C.     show how to cool a waffle maker before cleaning it
D.    tell us how to operate instructions of a waffle maker

17.    What will probably happen if we forget to lubricate the waffle maker plates with an oily substance?
A.    The plates will stay clean.
B.     The waffle will be easy to take.
C.     The batter will stick on the plates.
D.    The plates surface will be scratched.
18.    We should remove the waffle using a plastic utensil ... it will not scratch the surface.
A.    if
B.     so
C.     although
D.    because

19.    “… as they may scratch the surface.”
The word ‘they’ refers to ....
A.    silicone utensils
B.     metal utensils
C.     the waffles
D.    the plates

The following text is for questions 20 to 24.
The Franklin Institute Science Museum is one of the oldest science and technology museums in North America. It is managed by the Franklin Institute, a center for Innovation in Science Learning, and promotes discovery and learning through hands-on exhibits.
The Franklin Institute Science Museum was founded in 1824 as the Franklin Institute for the promotion of the Mechanic Arts. It was housed in a building on 7th Street that is now home to the Philadelphia History Museum. The museum outgrew its original location and in the 1930s it moved to its current home on Logan Square, a monumental neoclassical building designed by local architect John T. Windrim.
The museum is named after Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia's most famous citizen. Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. But he was more than a mere statesman: he was also a printer, author, postmaster, diplomat, inventor and scientist. As a scientist he is best known for his groundbreaking work in the field of electricity.
One enters the museum through the building's most impressive hall: The Rotunda, which was designed after the Pantheon in Rome. The Rotunda, which is open to the public (no ticket required), is home to the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, a giant marble statue of Benjamin Franklin. The statue was sculpted in 1911 by James Earle Fraser James. It is enormous: the statue is 6 meters high and weighs a massive 27 tons. In 1972 the statue was designated as the official national memorial to Benjamin Franklin.

20.    What does the text mostly tell us about?
A.    The giant marble statue of Benjamin Franklin
B.     The oldest science and technology museum
C.     The Founding Fathers of the United States
D.    The Franklin Institute Science Museum

21.    The museum is named after Benjamin Franklin because of his ….
A.    popularity
B.     intelligence
C.     qualification
D.    advancement
22.    It is enormous …”
What does the underlined word refer to?
A.    The Rotunda
B.     The Pantheon in Rome
C.     The statue of Benjamin Franklin
D.    The building’s most impressive hall

23.    “The museum outgrew its original location and …”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ....
A.    imitative
B.     genuine
C.     closed
D.    recent

24.    The visitors can enter the Rotunda … they don’t have any ticket.
A.    after
B.     before
C.     because
D.    although

The following text is for questions 25 to 29.

When I was kid, I felt out of my friend’s mango tree. At that time, my friends and I wanted to eat mango in front of my friend’s house. The tree was very high. We could not climb it because at that time we were little.
Because no one dared to climb the tree, I braced myself to climb it. I knew that I could not climb the tall tree. However, I want to show them that I was great. Then I climbed the tree. Having reached the top, I started looking for fruit which I would take. I saw my friends from the bottom praised me. “Great, you are awesome!” said one of my friends. “Fetch the fruit!” begged my friend. Then I tried to reach the fruit. However, when I was about to pick it up, the trunk where I stand broken. I felt from the tree. My body crushed the ground. I cried in pain. I see blood was coming out of my head.
At that moment, I was ushered by my friend to my home. They told my mother that I fell out of a mango tree. Then my mother treated my wounds. Until now the wound is still seen in my arm. Every time I see it, I remember my childhood that careless and love to be praised.

25.  The writer writes the text in order to ….
A.    to share her experience to the readers
B.     to make people know about mango
C.     to tell how to climb a mango tree
D.    to describe a mango tree

26.  What happened to the writer when she was a kid?
A.    She felt out of her friend’s mango tree
B.     She wanted to buy mango
C.     She climbed a mango tree
D.    She wanted to eat mango

27.  “Then my mother treated my wounds”. (last paragraph)
The underlined can be replaced by ….
A.    sorrow
B.     injury
C.     misery
D.    poverty

28.  From the last paragraph we can say that the writer ….
A.    was ushered to the hospital
B.     told her father about the accident
C.     was treated by her mother
D.    climbed the mango tree

29.  How was the writer’s condition after falling out of a mango tree?
A.    Her face was full of blood
B.     Her left hand was injured
C.     Her right leg was broken
D.    The blood was coming out of her head

The following text is for questions 30 to 34.

The Monkey and the Cat

Once upon a time a Cat and a Monkey lived as pets in the same house. They were great friends and were constantly in all sorts of mischief together. What they seem to think of more than anything else was to get something to eat, and it did not matter much to them how they got it.
One day they were sitting by the fire, watching some chestnuts roasting on the hearth. How to get them was the question.
“I would gladly get them,” said the cunning Monkey, “but you are much more skillful at such things than I am. Pull them out and I’ll divide them between us.”
Pussy stretched out her paw very carefully, pushed aside some of the cinders, and drew back her paw very quickly. Then she tried it again, this time pulling a chestnut half out of the fire. A third time and she drew out the chestnut. This performance she went through several times, each time singeing her paw severely. As fast as she pulled the chestnut out of the fire, the Monkey ate them up.
Now the master came in, and away scampered the rascals, Mistress Cat with a burnt paw and no chestnuts. From the time on, they say, she contented herself with mice and rats and had little to do with Sir Monkey.

30.  The purpose of the writer to write the story is to ….
A.    describe good character to the readers
B.     retell the pets story to the readers
C.     amuse and give the lesson to the readers
D.    show funny story to the readers

31.  What was the main problem of the story?
A.    arguing the food to eat together
B.     getting something to eat
C.     finding a way to roast something
D.    preparing food for lunch

32.  “How to get them was the question”. (2nd paragraph)
The underlined word refers to ….
A.    cat and monkey
B.     pets
C.     cinders
D.    chestnuts

33.  How could you describe the monkey?
A.    sly and greedy
B.     brave and polite
C.     generous and kind
D.    skillful and generous

34.  Which of the following is the moral value of the story?
A.    Impossible thing could happen anytime
B.     We should be patient to get something
C.     We must be extra careful with the monkey
D.    The flatterer seeks some benefits at your expense

The following text is for questions 35 and  36.
Lightning is a powerful burst of electricity that happens very quickly during a thunderstorm. Lightning is caused by an electrical charge in the atmosphere that is unbalanced. The movement of rain and ice inside a thundercloud creates an electrical charge, with the negative charge (electrons) forming at the bottom of the cloud and the positive charge (protons) forming at the top. Opposites attract so the negative charge at the bottom of the cloud seeks out a positive charge to connect with.
Lightning is usually produced by cumulonimbus lightning that are very tall and dense. Lightning can occur inside lightning, between lightning and from lightning to the ground. Around one quarter of lightning is from cloud to ground. There are bolts of lightning striking somewhere on Earth every second. Most lightning occurs over land rather than oceans, with around 70% of it occurring in the Tropics. Lightning strikes usually last around 1 or 2 microseconds. Lightning contains millions of volts of electricity. The average temperature of lightning is around 20,000oC (36,000oF).
When lightning strikes the ground, it seeks out the shortest route to something with a positive charge, this might be a tree, a tall building or if they are very unlucky, a person. Thousands of people are struck by lightning every year. Direct lightning strikes are usually fatal. Lightning rods (also called conductors) are metal rods or similar objects that divert lightning safely to the ground, they can often be seen at the top of tall buildings.
Thunder is the sound caused by lightning can also occur during volcanic eruptions, dust storms, snow storms, forest fires and tornados. The study of lightning is known as pulmonology while astraphobia is the fear of thunder and lightning.

35.  What is the communicative purpose of writing the text?
  1. To give description to the readers about the lightning in general.
  2. To persuade the readers to be fond of reading about lightning.
  3. To amuse the readers with the story of the lightning existence.
  4. To describe about the type of particular lightning.

36.  The definition of a lightning is stated in the … paragraph.
  1. first
  2. second
  3. third
  4. fourth

The following text is for question 37 to 40.   

            Elephants are the largest land mammals on earth. They are 5 to 14 feet at shoulders. Females are smaller than males. Their length is up to 30 feet from trunk to tail. Their weight is 6,000 to 15,000 pounds.
            Elephants are brown to dark in color. They have very thick skin. Their skin can keep them cool. Elephants have thin and large ears. Sometimes they fan their ears. It means that they are looking to cool off. Elephants have trunk. It is a fusion of the nose and upper lip. The trunk may contain more than 40,000 muscles. It helps the elephants to gather food and water.
37.  What does the text mainly discuss?
A.        The size of elephants.
B.        How elephants can keep cool.
C.        The description of Elephants.
D.        Elephants, the large mammals.

38.  What do you know about elephants’ skin?
A.        It is very cool.
B.        It can keep elephant cool.
C.        It is brown and dark brown.
D.        It has more than 40,000 muscles.

39.  How heavy is elephant?
A.    It is up to 30 feet.
B.    It is 15,000 pounds.
C.    It is 6,000 to 15,000 pounds.
D.    It has more than 40,000 muscles.

40.  “Sometimes they fan their ears.” (paragraph 2)
The underlined word can be replaced by ….
A.        flap
B.        clap
C.        bow
D.        throw

Read the text and answer the question.          

            Elephants are the largest land mammals on earth. They are 5 to 14 feet at shoulders. Females are smaller than males. Their length is up to 30 feet from trunk to tail. Their weight is 6,000 to 15,000 pounds.
            Elephants are brown to dark in color. They have very thick skin. Their skin can keep them cool. Elephants have thin and large ears. Sometimes they fan their ears. It means that they are looking to cool off. Elephants have trunk. It is a fusion of the nose and upper lip. The trunk may contain more than 40,000 muscles. It helps the elephants to gather food and water.

41.         Why do elephants fan their ears?
42.         What would we likely do if we get near an elephant?
43.         If we compare elephants with other mammals, what can we conclude?
44.         In some counties, people use elephants to carry loads. Why do they do so?
45.        Why do elephants use their trunks help them drink?     

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