Latihan Soal UKK PAT Bahasa Inggris Kelas 8 SMP/ MTS Tahun 2021/ 2022

Halo sahabat Ahzaa, selamat datang kembali di AhzaaNet. Pada kesempatan kali ini saya akan memposting seri latihan soal penilaian akhir tahun (PAT) atau ulangan kenaikan kelas (UKK) untuk tingkat SMP  mapel Bahasa Inggris untuk kelas 8 SMP/ MTs tahun 2021/ 2022. Adapun bahan- bahan sebagai materi bahasa Inggris untuk kelas 8 SMP/ MTs pada semester 2 ini mencakup materi sebagai berikut ini,
  • Simple Present Tense
  • Present Continuous Tense
  • Degrees of Comparison
  • Simple Past Tense
  • Recount Text
  • Short Message
  • Notice
  • Song
Latihan soal ini terdiri dari 40 butir soal reading lengkap dengan kunci jawabannya. Semoga dengan latihan soal ini bisa menambah referensi belajar khususnya dalam UKK PAT mendatang.

Baik, langsung saja yaa, berikut latihan soalnya,


Latihan Soal UKK PAT Bahasa Inggris Kelas 8 SMP/ MTS Tahun 2021/ 2022

The following text is for questions 1 and 2

Fira, I feel ashamed that I broke your trust. I know that I have done is unjust. But, I promise, I’ll never let our friendship rust. I’m sorry.


1. What is the message about?
A. Janu conveys that he is so shy having the friendship.
B. Janu says his apology for his fault for the friendship.
C. Janu describes that the friendship is unjust.
D. Janu decides to break up his friendship.

2. "I know that I have done is unjust"
The underlined word has similar meaning to ....
A. unnatural
B. unfair
C. immoderate
D. unearthly

The following text is for questions 3 to 6
I tasted snake fruit for the first time when I was hanging out in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, cruising around and exploring the city. A local friend of mine happened to have a few snake fruit trees on her yard in Yogyakarta and brought a sack of them for us all to enjoy.
After peeling away the skin, I sunk my teeth into my first snake fruit. Just like wood apple. I developed an instantaneous addiction. In the next five minutes I had eaten at least 25 snake fruits.
“Don’t eat too many snake fruit. It will make you not use the toilet,” my Indonesian friend warned me. After my heart sank few inches, I managed a “Oh, Okay.” Terrified of the doom I could face, I set aside my 26th fruit.
That night I could barely sleep, stressing about my worst nightmare that seemed inevitable, constipation. I woke up, ate some breakfast, drank a cup of coffee, and proceeded on with my chronic morning ritual. Fortunately, my food blogger digestive system overcame the blocking powers of large quantities of snake fruit. Constipation did not stand a chance!
Whether the myth is true or not, I still don’t know. But one thing I do know, every time I eat snake fruit, even at a fruit buffet, I proceed with caution, knowing that there could be consequences of eating too much of such a delicious thing.

3. What is the purpose of the text?
A. to describe snake fruit in general
B. to tell the readers about the writer's experience when eating snake fruit 
C. to give information about snake fruit
D. to give suggestion the readers to consume snake fruit

4. It can be concluded from the text that ....
A. the writer’s friend had a few of snake fruit trees on her yard
B. the writer had eaten 26 fruits in less than five minutes
C. the writer could not sleep because she drank a cup of coffee
D. the writer’s friend asked her to eat the fruit as many as she liked

5. We know from the fourth paragraph that  ....
A. the writer ate snake fruit for the first time and got addicted to it
B. the friend told her about the effect of eating too many snake fruits
C. the writer visited Yogyakarta and hanged out with her friends
D. the writer worried about getting constipated

6. What is the message given from the text?
A. The writer was unsure that eating too many snake fruits can cause constipation.
B. The writer disliked the taste of snake fruits since the first time she ate it.
C. The writer’s friend asked her to bring a sack of the snake fruits home.
D. The writer’s friend was a snake fruit farmer.

The following text is for questions 7 and 8
Mrs. Farah,
My daughter just told me that you gave a visit to our home this morning. I am so sorry I was not at home. I have medical check-up at the central hospital in town. I would like to ask you to have dinner next Saturday night so we can have a chat. I will be happy if you could come.

Mrs. Rizka

7. Why does Mrs. Rizka write the message to Mrs. Farah?
A. to meet her daughter and ask her to give a visit
B. to apologize and invite her for dinner
C. to ask her to have dinner and show her medical record
D. to come to her house and accompany her to hospital

8. What will Mrs. Farah do on receiving the message?
A. Forgive all Mrs. Rizka’s mistakes.
B. Tell Mrs. Rizka whether she could come for dinner or not.
C. Inform Mrs. Rizka that she will give a visit soon.
D. Come to Mrs. Rizka’s house for dinner.

The following text is for questions 9 to 12.
I absolutely loved my 15th Birthday. I’ve always wanted to fly in balloon and the trip given by my grandparents as a present is really fun. Des, the pilot and Colin, the road crew were very professional but extremely friendly and welcoming.
Flying up, up and away on a hot air balloon ride is a truly unforgettable experience like no other.
I enjoyed breath-taking views, landmarks and the wonder of nature from a new and unique perspective as they took me to the skies in one of their colourful hot air balloons. I felt exciting and enthusiastic, as I drifted gently across the UK’s stunning landscapes at anything up to 5,000 feet. Raised smoothly and silently towards the clouds, the only noise the occasional burst of the burners, I was travel where the wind took me. It was a memories to last a lifetime on my personal hot air balloon experience, which I would tell people about again and again.
Once my flight was over, I sat and sipped a glass of hot chocolate after landing, and I found myself wanting to do it all over again.

9. What is the text about?
A. Hot air balloon as a birthday present
B. Spending the time with grandparents on birthday
C. A wonderful birthday present
D. Enjoying scenery with grandparents

10. What did the writer do when she was in the sky with a hot balloon?
A. Listened to the burst of the burners.
B. Enjoyed the landscapes below.
C. Touched the clouds.
D. Enjoyed the wind blowing.

11. The writer found … when the balloon flew among the clouds.
A. past memories pass by
B. the strong wind hit her face
C. quiet and peaceful atmosphere
D. the noise of the burners

12. “…, as l drifted gently to across the UK’s …”
The underlined word is closest in meaning to …
A. flew
B. hiked
C. moved
D. walked

The following text is for questions 13 to 15
13. The text is addressed to ...
A. The guesses of a hotel
B. The employees of a food company
C. The customers of a restaurant
D. The visitors of a warehouse

14. We can probably find the text in ...
A. In a warehouse
B. In a stationary
C. In a laboratory
D. In a cruise ship

15. “In food preparation or food handling area”
The underlined word is synonymous with …
A. holding
B. cooking
C. treating
D. threating

The following text is for questions 16 to 19
My family and I went to my grandmother’s house in Yogyakarta last month. It was my first trip to this city. We went there two days after my sister’s graduation ceremony in Semarang. We arrived at Yogyakarta at night. We stayed in my grandmother’s house which is 5 minutes away by foot to Malioboro street.
In the first morning, we were still too tired after a long trip from Semarang to Yogyakarta. So, we decided to stay at home to recharge our energy. I walk around the neighborhood with my sister just to experience how it is like to be in Yogyakarta. 
On the second day, all of us went to Malioboro street. We saw so many merchants with various of product which they claim to be a traditional product of Yogyakarta. I bought some wooden figurine and T-shirt with the word “Yogyakarta” printed on it, while my sister bought some leather handbag. My mom and dad were busy choosing some merchandise to be brought home when we go back.
On the third day, we went to Taman Sari and Keraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat to see some historical building in Yogyakarta. We took a lot of picture there. We also took some picture of the building so we can check it again at home. We found some place providing Yogya traditional food around the building and we jumped in right away.
We spent the other two days in Yogyakarta by visiting some Shopping Malls such as Jogja City Mall, Malioboro Mall, Hartono Mall and Ambarrukmo Plaza. We realized that Yogyakarta turned out to be very warm during the day, that was the reason why we decided to spend more time in air-conditioned building like this.
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16. The writer and his family preferred spending their time in malls because …
A. they wanted to buy some souvenirs during their visit in Yogyakarta
B. they wanted to have some traditional food in the food court of each mall
C. they wanted to took some pictures while shopping in the malls they visited
D. they wanted to cool off in the hot days when they spent their holiday

17. The writer and his family enjoyed Yogyakarta traditional food when they were …
A. at Malioboro Street
B. in their grandmother’s house
C. in some place close to Taman Sari
D. in the food court of Ambarukmo Plaza

18. From the text, we can conclude that …
A. the writer and his family spent five days in Yogyakarta during their vacation
B. the writer and his family always spend their time in shopping malls
C. the writer and his family are keen of traveling abroad to spend their holiday
D. the writer and his family visited Yogyakarta to have some traditional foods there

19. “So, we decided to stay at home to recharge our energy.”
The underlined word refers to …
A. the writer’s house in Semarang
B. the writer’s house in Yogyakarta
C. the place where the writer stayed in
D. the place where the writer spent his time

The following text is for questions 20 to 27
My family .... (20) the sea very much. When we ... (21) a holiday last year, we went to a place at the seaside and ... (22) a boat from one of our friends. Then we ... (23) and fished on the sea all day. We also had races against other boats.
When the sea ... (24) rough, we sailed on a small lake near the sea instead. We were very careful on this lake because there were a lot of sharp rocks there, and the water was shallow. We did not want to damage our friend’s boat.
There ... (25) many fish in the lake, but in the sea we caught a lot with a hook, line and small pieces of bread. The fish were not very big, but they ... (26) very good. When the weather was fine, we sailed to the land at lunch time, collected pieces of drywood and fried or grilled our fish over them on the beach. 
There ... (27) an island about a mile from our friend’s house, and we sailed to it. The water was very clean there, and there was a beautiful beach with white sand and no rocks. We bathed there. It was a lot of fun.
(Adapted from: L.A. Hill, 1963)

A. like
B. likes
C. liked
D. is like

A. have
B. has
C. had
D. had had

A. borrow
B. borrows
C. borrowed
D. had borrowed

A. sail
B. sails
C. sailed
D. had sailed

A. is
B. was
C. are
D. were

A. was
B. was not
C. were
D. were not

A. taste
B. tastes
C. tasted
D. will taste

A. is
B. was
C. were
D. had been

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