Jumat, 06 Desember 2019

Pembahasan soal Pass XII IPA dan XII IPS



Pembahasan  soal Pass  XII IPA dan XII IPS

Kls                   : XII IPA  dan , XII IPS







Dialog for question number 1 and 2
Ragil       : Would you like me to help  you on your new project ?
Aundry : I would love the help ! would you prefer helping with the writing part of programming?
Ragil       :I would enjoy helping with the writing portion.
Aundry : Perfect! You will working alone on the portion. Do you like to work alone?
Ragil       : That is O.K sometimes.
Aundry : Our first meeting is next Monday. Could you meeting is next Monday. Could you meet with us that time?
Ragil       : No, I cannot be there
Aundry : Please send me your background information before the meeting so I can look at it.
Ragil       : Ican send that information to you
Aundry : OK. I look forward to working with you. Enjoy yourweek!

1.       What is Ragil expressing in the dialog?
a.       Offering service
b.      Asking for help
c.       Giving opinion
d.      Accepting an offer
e.      Responding an offer
2.       It can be inferred from the dialog that…
a.       Aundry is good at writing
b.      Ragil prefers programming to writing
c.       Ragil will  be writing the background at the meeting
d.      Aundry is asking for helpnin programming
e.      Ragil will be absent from the first meeting of the project team

Dialog for question number 3
Hicha     : You look very cofused
Ames    : Yes, I am looking for my motorcycle key
Hicha     : Do not you remember where you put it ?
Ames    : I think I put  it on this table this morning. Can you help me look for it,please?
Hitcha   : Sure. Perhaps the key is under the table. Have you checked it ?
Ames    : I have but I did not find it
Hitcha   : Hey, why don’t you ask Chandra ? I saw him riding your motorcycle just now. Perhaps,he is still carrying your keys.
Ames    : Yes, I remember. Chandra borrowed my motorcycle to go to the pharmacy. How grateful
3.       What can be inferred from the dialog ?
a.       They must have been classmate
b.      They know each other very well
c.       Chandra is carrying the keys
d.      Ames declines the offer
e.      Hicha is offering help

Senin, 25 November 2019

Passive Voice pertemuan 2 XI IPS 1




Passive Voice pertemuan 2 XI IPS 1
Upload Tanggal 25 November 2019
Pertemuan ke   :2
Materi              : Passive Voice
Kls                   :  XI IPS 1




Group present tense
Answers the question :
1. Make a sentence from simple present tense, present continuous tense, present perfect tense, and present perfect continuous tense
2. change in the sentence from active into passive:
- alice  buys many new bags every month
- she writes a story everyday
- he often helps us

Group simple past tense
Answer the question :
1. make a sentence from simple past tense, past continuous tense, past perfect tense, past perfect continuous tense
2. change in the sentence from active into passive :
- Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google in 1998
-  Susan visited her grandparents in Kalimantan last Sunday.
-  They cancelled all flights because of fog

Group simple Future tense
Answer the question
1.  make a sentence from simple future tense, future continuous tense, future perfect tense, future perfect continuous tense
2. change in the sentence from active into passive :
-  I will write a letter
- she will help me
- john will learn the lesson

Group simple Future past tense
Answer the question
1.  make a sentence from simple future past tense, future past continuous tense, future past perfect tense, future  past perfect continuous tense
2. change in the sentence from active into passive :
- they would learn English
- we would buy a dictionary
- he would visit his family

Jumat, 22 November 2019

Try Out tulis pertemuan 2 XII IPA 4 dan XII IPA 1


Try Out tulis pertemuan 2 XII IPA 4 dan XII IPA 1
Upload Tanggal 22 November 2019
Pertemuan ke   :2
Materi              : X, XI dan XII
Kls                   :  XII IPA 4 dan XII IPA 1



Name   :
Class    :


The following text is for questions no. 1- 3.
 




1. What is being informed?
a. How to be more confidence.
b. How to improve your singing skill.
c. How to gain confidence.
d. How to sing on stage.
2. What type of information is this?
a. A message.
b. A procedure.
c. A report.
d. A warning.

3. What is the step that makes the vowels sound more clearly?
a. Drink warm water.
b. Mature your voice.
c. Practice tongue twisters.
d. Drink more water regularly.
The following text is for questions no.4 -.6
One upon a time, there was an office worker whose name was Charles. He worked in the same insurance office for many years. But during that time, he became more and more unhappy. While he worked, he dreamed constantly, and in his dream he was always a hermit, he stayed in this room. He didn’t like people. He especially didn’t like people when they talked. He wanted peace. Life went on for Charles in this way until he became desperate.
 
His big opportunity came when he learned about a sea voyage the two of his friends were planning. They expected to make the trip during their summer vacation. Charles asked to join them. While they were sailing, our hero talked to his friends about the joys of hermits’ life. He talked until he finally convinced them and they decided to stop at the first island that they found.
 
A few days after this decisions, they saw the island in the distance where they decided to live. Before they went ashore, Charles asked the other two to make a promise not to say a word after they reached the island. They were to remain perfectly quiet during their stay.
 
During the first few days after they landed, they built a little house where they planted a garden. The island was paradise for Charles because this was the peace that he wanted.

4. The purpose of the text is….
a. to persuade the readers to be a hermit
b. to tell the past experience of Charles
c. to entertain the readers
d. to describe Charles’ experience

5. The expected to make the trip…. (par. 2)
The word expected can be replaced by….
a. asked
b. wanted
c. hoped
d. had



6. Which of the following statements is true according to the text?
a. Charles disliked the noisy condition.
b. Charles wanted to be a sea voyager.
c. Charles liked people when they talked.
d. Charles disliked peace and silence.


The following text is for questions 7 to 9.
Burning a CD allows you to take music from one CD and transfer it onto another CD. This process is possible with any computer that has a CD driver, but it is easier on a computer that can run two CDs at once. Either way, you can copy all your music from one CD to the next. Here is how to copy from one CD to another, using one and two CD drivers.
Instructions
Burning with two CD Trays
1. Insert the CD from which you want to burn music into your computer’s CD tray. Insert a blank CD into your computer’s second CD tray.
2. Open windows media player and wait for it to recognize the CD.
3. Click the “burn” option at the top of Windows Media Player. Drag the songs you want from the list of your songs into the area on the right labeled “Burn List”.
4. Choose the blank CD onto which you want to burn your song. This can be done at the top of the Burn List Menu.
5. Click the “Start Burn” button when you have all the song you want for the CD added to the Burn List. Wait for your computer to finish the CD, then take both of the CDs out.

7. What is the topic of the text?
a. Running two CDs.
b. Opening Media Player.
c. Copying a compact disc.
d. Choosing the blank CD.


8.What should we do after click the “burn” option at the top of Windows Media Player?
a. Choose the blank CD onto which you want to burn your song.
b. Open windows media player and wait for it to recognize the CD.
c. Wait for your computer to finish the CD, then take both CDs out.
d. Drag the songs from the list of Songs into the area on the right labeled “Burn List”.
9. “The process of copying CD is possible with any computer…”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to…
a. Improbable
b. Probable
c. Unlikely
d. Doubtful


The following text is for questions 10 to 12.

Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world. There are eight different genera in the family classified as rabbits, including the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), cottontail rabbits (genus Sylvilagus; 13 species), and the Amami rabbit (Pentalagus furnessi, an endangered species on Amami Oshima, Japan). There are many other species of rabbit, and these, along with pikas and hares, make up the order Lagomorpha. The male is called a buck and the female is a doe; a young rabbit is a kitten or kit.

Rabbit habitats include meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands. Rabbits live in groups, and the best known species, the European rabbit, lives in underground burrows, or rabbits holes. A group of burrows is called warren.

More than half the world’s rabbits population resides in North America. They are also native to southwestern Europe, Southeast Asia, Sumatra, some islands of Japan, and in parts of Africa and South America. They are not naturally found in most Eurasia, where a number of species of hares are present. Rabbits first entered South America relatively recently, as part of the Great American Interchange. Much of the continent has just one species of rabbit, the tapeti, while most of South America’s southern cone is without rabbits.

10. What is the topic of the passage?
a. Describing rabbit in general
b. Explaining the behavior of rabbit.
c. Describing the rabbit as a toy pet.
d. Explaining about rabbit’s population.


11. From the text, we know that…
a. The rabbit is a natural animal in Eurasia
b. The number of rabbits in the world is limited
c. Rabbits are small mammals found in all over the world
d. The population of the Amami rabbit is going to be extinct


12. “More than half the world’s rabbit population resides in North America.”
The similar meaning of the underlined word is…
a. Lives
b. Finds
c. Grows
d. Shows


The following text is for questions 13 to 16

Here is my unforgettable experience. One day I joined a story telling contest. Two of my friends and I had been chosen to take a part in the final round at the district level. I was very happy and eager to win the competition.

For preparation, I had to memorize and understand the story well.My teacher guided and taught me pronunciation, facial expression and gestures. One day, before performing, my friends and I were busy to prepare the props and costumes for the competition. Thing that me sad was my teacher rented the props and costumes for my friends but not for me. My two friends had beautiful costumes and luxurious props. Although I just wore the simple ones, I performed my best to win the competition.

The competition started. I got number 29 and my friends got number 5 and 10. I was nervous but I showed my best performance on stage. Lots of people took photos and videos of me. Finally, anxiety was gone after I had finished performing. And then, the announcement came which made three of us very uneasy. Luckily I was chosen as the first winner. I went to the stage and all the judges congratulated me and gave a plague, trophy, and money. I was very happy.

13. What is the writer’s intention to write the text?
a. To tell his achievement
b. To win the competition
c. To describe his feeling to the teacher
d. To show his disappointment to teacher.


14. Why did the writer feel sad before the competition?
a. She had no luxurious gown.
b. Her teacher really cares about her.
c. Her teacher was not fair to her.
d. Her friends did not support her.


15. From the text it can be concluded that ….
a. Practice makes performance go well.
b. Being nervous helps perform well on the stage.
c. Wearing simple clothes can help win the competition.
d. It is necessary to wear beautiful costumes for the competition


16. "…..I was nervous, I showed my best performances on the stage."
The sentences can be connected by which of the following words?
a. However
b. Although
c. Because
d. But
The following text is for questions 17 to 19
Amid the Pokemon Go hype, a dating service influenced by the augmented-reality game was introduced on Wednesday.

Dubbed Poke Dates, the service allows singles in the US to explore their city playing pokemon Go with someone.

The dates are organized based on questionnaire on preference and a mutual desire to play the game. PokeDates coordinates all the details, like selecting a convenient gym or a PokeStop meeting point.
PokeDates was launched by project fixup, a popular off offline dating startup launched in 2012 in Chicago.

“People dating online are spending more time online than out there dating, and since it all comes down to human chemistry, we wanted to cut out all the steps between signing up to a service and going on a date. PokeDates and project fix up give people their time back and turns online dating into offline dating,” said chief project fix up officer Dank Korenevsky in a press release on Wednesday.

The first PokeDates is free, and members can earn more PokeDates by referring a friend or paying US$20 per date.
17. What is the topic of the text?
a. Pokedates was launched by Project Fixup.
b. The augmented reality game influences a dating service.
c. PokeDates and Project Fixup give people their time back.
d. Dating service PokeDates wants to ride the Pokemon Go wave.


18. How are the dates organized? Based on …
a. The meeting point of the players
b. A questionnaire on preference
c. The location of the players
d. Selecting a convenient gym


19. How people earn PokeDates?
a. By referring a computer.
b. By paying US$20 per date.
c. By signing up to service.
d. By going on a date.
The text is for questions number 20-22
Use of Formalin and Other Additives in Foods
The use of formalin and other dangerous preservatives in food has been serious problem for three reasons. Firstly, formalin is not for human beings, but it is for biological specimens and experiments. Formalin in Biology is a 10% solution of formaldehyde in water which is usually used as a disinfectant or to preserve biological specimens. Thus, it is not for food preservatives. Of course when it is used for food preservative, it will be very dangerous to human’s body.

The second reason is that there is no tight control from the government. This condition makes the people’s health is really in a threat. When the control is weak and the use formalin was spread wide all over the Indonesian regions, and these days it has really happened, the citizen's bodies will be badly contaminated with the poisons. Fish or food traders still sell their products which contain formalin and dangerous preservatives. Can you imagine that our digestive system absorbs the substance that should be for the human and animal corpses?

Considering the reasons, we can make a conclusion that the use of formalin and other preservatives is really a serious problem if it is not resolved immediately.


20. Why is formalin dangerous for human`s body?
a. It is not food preservatives.
b. It is a disinfectant for human beings.
c. It is used to preserve biological specimens.
d. It is 10% solution of formaldehyde in water.


21. The main idea of paragraph 2 is ....
a. the human`s bodies will be harmful after consuming the formalin
b. the government has not controlled the use of formalin firmly.
c. the weak control of using formalin is not threatening the human
d. the human`s bodies will be harmful after consuming the formalin


22. Based on the facts above, the writer suggest that ...
a. people have to avoid consuming formalin in their food
b. the use of formaldehyde  is necessary to control the food
c. people should add 100% solution of formaldehyde in water
d. the food preservative is required to make the food delicious
d. food seller is supposed to pour formalin for vegetables and food products