Question 1 to 9.
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues or questions spoken in English. The dialogues or questions will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say.
After you hear a dialogue and the question about it, read the possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Now listen to a sample question.
Man : How about exercising tomorrow morning?
Woman : Alright. Pick me up at six.
Pertanyaan diperdengarkan :
Narrator : What will the man do?
Ditulis di lembar soal siswa :
a. Come to her house.
b. Give an exercise book to her.
c. Leave the woman alone.
d. Greet the woman.
The best answer to the question is “Come to her house”
Therefore, you should choose answer (a).
1. a. At 4: 00.
b. At 4: 30
c. At 6: 00
d. At 8: 00,
2. a. Buy a car
b. Cash a check,
c. Open an account
d. Introduce him self
3. a. They’ll spend all their time in the museum
b. They’re too crowded with the public
c. Sightseers aren’t allowed,
d. The plaza is too large
4. a. Sad
5. a. The restaurant is bad ,
b. They cannot come back to restaurant
c. They want to talk to the waiters
d. They have to wait to get in.
6. a. The company
b. The health club
c. The old office
d. Her new office,
7. a. She’ll miss the great speaker.
b. She refused the man’s invitation
c. She wanted a room service
d. She likes the speaker
8. a. I won’t say no
b. Sorry I can’t
c. Thanks anyway,
d. I’d love to
9. a. Here it is
b. Here is it
c. It is here,
d. Here they are.
10. a. today
b. one week
c. two weeks
d. three weeks,
Questions 11 to 15.
In this part of the test you will hear several monologues. Each monologues will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speaker say.
After you hear a monologue and the questions about it, read the four possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard.
a. b. c. d.
a. b. c. d.
13. a. An explosion,
b. An infection
c. An exception
d. An irritation
14. a. An electric wire
b. A water pipe
c. A hole in the street
d. A gas leak,
15. a. They were injured
b. They were removed,
c. They were reported
d. They were suspected
This is the end of the listening section16. What is the text about?
The text for number 16 – 19
On the fourth floor today we have lovely selection of umbrellas. These umbrellas are the latest designs and come in fashionable lime green, orange and purple. Prices have been slashed by a shopping 30 per cent so don’t delay. With winter just around the corner, come up to the fourth floor now and get yourself a bargain on a great umbrella!
Source : Text type in English, Mark Anderson-Katy Anderson, p. 141
b. a great umbrella
c. selecting umbrella
d. designing umbrella
e. bargaining umbrella
17. What colors are the umbrellas?
a. purple, red, orange
b. blue, purple, orange
c. orange, pink, lime green
d. lime green, orange, pink
e. lime green, orange, purple
18. ……. So don’t delay …..
The underlined word has similar meaning with ….
I am sick of seeing so much rubbish on the roadside. Last week I drove from Woy Woy to Gosford and counted over 200 soft drinks cans and 80 bottles. The recycling and “Do the Right Thing” campaign obviously have not worked. May be the police should set up litter cameras as well as speed cameras to try to catch motorist who pollute our road. In south Australia, for example, you pay a deposit of five cents on cans and bottles and this encourages people to return them rather than dump them. New South Wales should introduce this idea immediately.W. Thompson
Source : Text Type in English, Mark Anderson-Katy Anderson
19. What is main idea of the text above?
a. “Do the Right Thing’ campaign
b. soft drinks and bottles
c. recycling rubbish
d. much rubbish
20. What should the police do to know that?
a. to set up litter cameras
b. to catch the motorist
c. to introduce the idea
d. to pay a deposit
e. to do campaign
21. What is same meaning of “rubbish”?
The TEXT IS FOR NUMBER 22-2422. The CV doesn’t tell us about….
We are establish air flight and couriers service company.
Currently we are seeking for excellent candidates to fulfill vacancies as below :
CUSTOMER SERVICE :
• Female min S1, max age 30 years old
• Minimum one year experience in customer service
• Fluent in English
• Female, max age 30 years old
• Min D3 in information technology
• Familiar with data entry and windows program
HUMAN RECOURCES MANAGER
• Male, min age 30 years old
• Min S1 in psychology or laws
• Must have experience in HRD min 2 years.
CV sent to : Jl. Balai Pusaka Timur Raya N0 39, Blok A-8 Rawamangun, Jakarta
a. the place and the date of birth applicants
b. the experience of the applicant
c. the address of the applicants
d. the position of the vacancy
e. the name of the applicant
23. Which is true according to the advertisement?
a. S1 graduated from information technology can apply for EDP position
b. A twenty seven years old young man can apply the customer service position
c. Being able to speak English is a must for the EDP position
d. A twenty years old young girl can play for human resources manager position
e. Being able to operate a computer is a must for the customer service position
24. We are seeking for excellent candidates ….
The word seeking has similar meaning with……
a. looking for
The text is for question number 25 – 2925. What is the story about?
Once upon a time there was a poor widow who had an only son named Jack. They were so poor that they didn’t have anything except a cow. When a cow had grown too old, his mother sent Jack to the market to sell it. On the way to the market, jack met a butcher who had some beautiful beans in his hand. The butcher t old the boy that the beans were of great value and persuaded the silly lad to sell the cow for the beans.
Jack brought them happily. When he told his mother about this, his mom became so angry that she threw the beans out of the window.
When Jack woke up in the morning, he felt the sun shining into apart of his room, but all the rest was so dark and shady.
So he jumped to the window. What did he see? The beanstalk grew up quite close past, Jack’s window. He opened the window and jumped to beanstalk which run up just like a big ladder.
He climbed…and climbed till at last he reached the sky. While he looking around he saw a very huge castle. He was very amazed.
a. Jack and a butcher
b. Jack and the cow
c. A poor widow
d. Jack and the beanstalk
e. An angry mother
26.Where did Jack sell his cow ?
a. The castle
b. At the market
c. At the giant’s castle
d. At the butcher’s house
e. On the way to the market
27. His mother became so angry that she threw…The underlined word has similar meaning with…
28. Jack’s mother looked very angry when Jack told that…
a. the beans were precious
b. the butcher bought his cow
c. he had sold his cow to a butcher
d. he traded his cow for the beans
e. he met a butcher on the way to the market
29. What is the moral value from the text above ?
a. keep our promise
b. don’t be silly
c. listen to others
d. take care of our children
e. love one another
Singapore: A supervisor was jailed for two months for repeatedly striking his Indonesian maid on the head and back with a television remote.30. The text reported…
Muhammad Shafiq Woon Abdullah was brought to court in Singapore because ha had physically hurt the woman on several occasions between June and October 2002, The Straits Time Said.
The magistrate’s court heard that Shafiq, 31, began striking Winarti, 22, about a month after she started working for him.
He hit her on the head with the TV sets remote control because he was unhappy with her work. On one occasion, he punched her on the back after accusing her of day dreaming.
S.S Dillon, Shafiq’s lawyer, said that his client had become mad when he saw his daughter’s face covered as she was lying in bed .He said his client thought the maid had put the child in danger.
a. the arrest of a supervisor
b. the working condition in Singapore
c. the Indonesian’s condition worker in Singapore
d. a crime by a Singaporean supervisor towards his maid
e. an Indonesian worker
31. “….because he had physically hurt the woman….”( par. 2 )
The underlined word is close meaning to….
32. The writer the text to….readers about an unwanted incident experienced by an Indonesian worker in Singapore.
The text below as for questions no 39-4139. The topic of the whole text is …
Lyme Regis is a beautiful old seaside town, with a lively little harbour, beaches, and lovely walks, either by the sea or in the country nearby. For children there is the Marine Aquarium and Dinosaur land, and in summer you can escape from the crowds and relax in the Jane Austen Gardens with beautiful views over the sea. There are many interesting old streets, with cafes and restaurants. The best restaurant is the Pilot Boat down by the beach, which has very good food and excellent wine.
a. Lyme Regis is a beautiful old seaside town
b. A good food
c. The Marine aquarium and Dinosaur land
d. the view in the Jane Austen garden
e. The best restaurant is the pilot boat down by the beach
40. Many tourist are interested in coming to Lyme Regis,
This means that Lyme Regis is ….
41. “ ….and in summer you can escape from the crowds ….”
The underlined phrase means….
a. find d. avoid
b. keep e. release
Cars should be baned in the city. As we know cars create pollution and cause a lot of deaths and other accident.42. What is the topic of the whole paragraph?
Firstly, cars as we all know, contribute, a lot of the pollution in the world.
Cars emit a deadly gas that causes illness as bronchitis, lung cancer, and trigger asthma. Some of the illnesses are so dangerous that people can die from them.
Secondly, the city is very busy. People wander everywhere and cars commingle with pedestrian in the city, which cause the accident. Cars today are our roads biggest killer agent.
Thirdly, cars are very noisy. If you live in city you may find ithard to sleep at night and concentrate on your homework, and talk to someone.
In conclusion, cars should be banned in the city for the reasons listed above.
A. The concentrate on our homework D. The car is very noisy
B. The decrease of using of personal cars E. Car should be banned in the city
C. The use of public transportation in our city
43. What is the writer’s intention? To……..readers to ban cars on the city.
A. inform D. entertain
B. explain E. persuade
44 What is the writer’s argument on banning cars in the city?
A. They causes problems D. They make city noisy
B. They prevent people to exercise E. They pollute the world
C. They accelerate commuters
The text is for number 45 to 48
45. What is the text about?
a. there are many things about television
b. the effects of watching television
c. there are reasons for saying watching television
d. television give us good information
e. watching television is a waste of time
46. What program those are used to young children?
a. a Current Affair and Sixty Minutes
b. Better Homes and gardens
c. The Great Outdoors and Getaway
e. Play School and Sesame Street
47. “… television is a waste time, ….”
The underlined word has same meaning with ….
b. b. throw
48. What is the point of view of the writer about watching television?
a. watching television is a waste of time
b. there are many good things about television
c. watching television makes us lazy
d. television gives us more information
e. watching television is not a waste of time
49. The topic of the text above is ….
a. new computer
b. computer update
c. saving files
50. “We understand that saving files ….”
The italic word refers to ….
a. all staffs
b. Josh Rames
c. new computers
d. All staffs and Josh Rames
e. Each department