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Latihan Soal Kelas XI Semester 1

Avian influenza, sometimes avian flu, and commonly bird flu, refers to “influenza caused by viruses adapted to birds of the greatest concern is highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI).

“Bird flu” is a phrase similar to “swine flu,” “dog flu,” “horse flu,” or “human flu” in that it refers to an illness caused by any of many different strains of influenza viruses that have adapted to a specific host. All known viruses that cause influenza in birds belong to the species influenza A virus. All subtypes (but not all strains of all subtypes) of influenza A virus are adapted to birds, which is why for many purposes avian flu virus is the influenza A virus (note that the “A” does not stand for “avian”).

Adaptation is non-exclusive. Being adapted towards a particular species does not preclude adaptations, or partial adaptations, towards infecting different species. In this way strains of influenza viruses are adapted to multiple species, though may be preferential towards a particular host. For example, viruses responsible for influenza pandemics are adapted to both humans and birds. Recent influenza research into the genes of the Spanish flu virus shows it to have genes adapted to both birds and humans; with more of its genes from birds than less deadly later pandemic strains. (REPORT)

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The Legend of Salatiga

Many years ago there was a sunan who was very honest. He taught about religion and the meaning of life. His name is Sunan Kalijogo. He adventured to spread his lesson. One day, he arrived in a village. He went to the village chief’s house. Sunan Kalijogo didn’t say his real name and he asked for a job. The chief’s wife said that he could help to cut grass for horses.

Sunan Kalijogo liked to live simply. Soon after that, The chief realized that the man was Sunan Kalijogo. The chief was very surprised. Then, he decided to follow the Sunan’s lesson. To follow the Sunan lesson, he had to leave all his properties, but his wife didn’t agree. So, his wife brought jewelery in a bamboo.

When they were taking a rest in a village, there was a robber. He took all the things from the Chief’s wife. Sunan said that this place would be busy and full of people. He gave the place a name. The name was Salahtiga, because in this place there were three wrong people. There were the chief, his wife and the robber who like to collect properties. And now, the place is called Salatiga. (NARRATIVE)

http://simbah-gugel.blogspot.com/2010/08/legend-of-salatiga.html

 

Government should pay more attention on health care issues than on environmental issues

I do believe that government should pay attention in both, health care and environmental issues.

Since every single citizen represents the work force and the future of a country, Government should assure that adequate and reasonable health care services are delivered to their citizens. Therefore, government health care agency should do periodic inspections in hospitals, pharmacy companies, and health care insurance companies and so on to assure that these institutions, which directly or indirectly deal with public health care, are delivering the right and reasonable service to their customers.

In order to protect their citizen health, government should do regular inspections in their airport and port to assure that people are not bringing plants, foods or diseases from other countries which could harm locals’ health.

To keep their citizen healthy and immunized against seasonal virus such us influenza virus and so on, government should promote and remind their citizens to get vaccinated through vaccination campaign.

Since the environment is the living space for every living creature in a country, government should pay attention in their country environmental issues as well.

By doing regular inspections in manufactures and by assuring that they are following and doing the right water decontamination process before releasing it to the effluents and by assuring that manufactures are using effective filters to prevent from releasing hazardous gases to the environment.

To avoid the use up of the country fossil fuel, government should raise funds and encourage scientist to discover more sources of renewable and less polluting sources of energy.

Moreover, government should preserve their country natural resources for their future generations. Through educational program and through the local media, government should aware and stimulate their population to recycle and to preserve the local natural resources.

To sum up, in my view, government should give the same attention to both, health care and environmental issue by assuring a healthy work force and by preserving and protecting the environment to the new generations.

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  1. Dania : I’ve got the message from our English teacher that the homework will be submitted next week not today.

Jody     : ________________. I haven’t finished yet.

(RELIEF)

 

  1. Harry : ___________! You’ve step on my foot.

Rana    : I am sorry Harry. I don’t mean to do that.

(PAIN)

 

  1. Priya : ____________! Liverpool defeated Spurs.

Drawa   : Right. You must be very happy watching the match, Liverpullidian.

(PLEASURE)

 

  1. Dody : ________________ Indonesia today?

Dede    : Well, the disasters come over and over again.

(ASKING FOR OPINION)

 

  1. Frans : What is in your mind about Merapi explosion on TV?

Teddy   : ___________, it is terrible but the news is too dramatized by some TV channels.

(GIVING OPINION)

 

  1. Isti : _____________, there are many holes in front of you!

Lelin     : Okay, I will speed down my motorcycle.

(WARNING)

 

  1. Teacher : _________________ with your homework. It is like nearly plagiarism.

Student             : I am sorry ma’am. I was running out the time. I won’t do it anymore. (DISSATISFACTION)

 

  1. Trainee : I’ve finished the assignment, Sir. You can check my work out.

Trainer              : ______________, you’re the first man.

(SATISFACTION)

 

  1. Swaesti : I have been catching the flu since last week.

Prama               : I think ______________ see the doctor as soon as possible.

(GIVING ADVICE)

 

  1. Phone caller : Will you play the song entitled Keroncong Moritsko?

Broadcaster       : ___________ I’ll play it after this. (ACCEPTING REQUEST)

 

 

Present tense (change BE into correct Present Tense)

  1. He (be) the Principal of SMAN 1 Kota Baru.
  2. She (be) the woman who loves me.
  3. It (be) a monkey.
  4. They (be) the groups of alumni.
  5. We (be) the youths of the nation.
  6. You (be) the one who releases my pain.
  7. I (be) the leader of OSIS.
  8. Galih and Ratna (be) a couple of life.
  9. This (be) the book of English.
  10. These (be) the places that surrounds Mount Merapi.
  11. That (be) my hat near your table.
  12. Those (are) men who love their countries.
  13. He (go) to the hospital.
  14. She (cook) some meals for breakfast.
  15. It (kill) many people in the world.
  16. They (play) Ladder and Snake in the playing room.
  17. We (read) information report.
  18. You (write) three paragraphs of analytical exposition text.
  19. I (see) the doctor.

 

 

 

Change in to past form

  1. Sidharta (go) to a big tree called Boddhi Tree.
  2. Sangkuriang (is) angry to the devil.
  3. Bandung Bondowoso (curse) Roro Jonggrang to be a human stone.
  4. Have you got a message last week?
  5. Do understand what I told you last Sunday?
  6. I (not know) how to defeat the giant.
  7. He (be know) as a man with slayers.

 

Change the following sentences into Passive Form

 

  • active: Someone found this wallet in the street
  • passive: This wallet was found in the street
  • The door opened
  • The door was opened

 

Fill in the blank the missing words into correct CONDITIONAL SENTENCE.

 

If today is clear, I ___ go to Jogjakarta.

If I were a bird, I _______ fly to that mount.

If I had lost the train, I _______________ by motorcycle.

 

If the store ___ opened, I will buy many things there.

If I ____ to Dukun district, I would see the beauty of melted Lava.

If I __________ to Jakarta, I would have got a job.

Find the FACT based on the conditional sentences below.

 

Cond      : If I were The President of Indonesia, I would instruct all ministries to work harder.

Fact       : ____________________________

 

Cond      : If the bus stopped, I would move to another bus.

Fact        : _____________________________

 

Cond      : If the building didn’t have any electricity charger, the officers wouldn’t finish their jobs.

Fact        : _____________________________

 

Cond      : If I had no money, I wouldn’t pay this car.

Fact        : ______________________________

 

 

type 1: What will you do if you lose your job?

Asking/talking about something that is quite possible:

‘if    + present  +      ‘will’

If     I lose my job,  I will go abroad

type 2: What would you do if you lost your job?

Asking/talking about imagined situations/consequences now:

‘if    +past  +      ‘would’

If      I lost my job,  I would go abroad

type 3: What would you have done if you had lost your job?

Asking/talking about imagined situations/consequences then:

‘if    + past perfect  +      ‘would have’

If      I had lost my job,  I would have gone abroad

 

 

            How do we make the Simple Past Tense?

To make the simple past tense, we use:

  • past form only
    or
  • auxiliary did + base form

Here you can see examples of the past form and base form for irregular verbs and regular verbs:

  V1
base
V2
past
V3
past participle
 
regular verb work
explode
like
worked
exploded
liked
worked
exploded
liked
The past form for all regular verbs ends in -ed.
irregular verb go
see
sing
went
saw
sang
gone
seen
sung
The past form for irregular verbs is variable. You need to learn it by heart.
You do not need the past participle form to make the simple past tense. It is shown here for completeness only.  

The structure for positive sentences in the simple past tense is:

subject + main verb
    past

The structure for negative sentences in the simple past tense is:

subject + auxiliary verb + not + main verb
    did base

The structure for question sentences in the simple past tense is:

auxiliary verb + subject + main verb
did       base

The auxiliary verb did is not conjugated. It is the same for all persons (I did, you did, he did etc). And the base form and past form do not change. Look at these examples with the main verbs go and work:

  subject auxiliary verb   main verb  
+ I     went to school.
You     worked very hard.
She did not go with me.
We did not work yesterday.
? Did you   go to London?
Did they   work at home?

Exception! The verb to be is different. We conjugate the verb to be (I was, you were, he/she/it was, we were, they were); and we do not use an auxiliary for negative and question sentences. To make a question, we exchange the subject and verb. Look at these examples:

  subject main verb    
+ I, he/she/it was   here.
You, we, they were   in London.
I, he/she/it was not there.
You, we, they were not happy.
? Was I, he/she/it   right?
Were you, we, they   late?

Use of the Simple Past Tense »

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