Affandi is one of the famous ... in Indonesia,We really admire his works.A.
Lita : Fit, which do you like better, singing ordancing?Fitria : Well, I'd ... than dance.A.
Ruri : Do you know my cousin Bob?Ari : Sure, I haven't heard about him for a long time.Ruri : He will get married next Sunday ...Ari : No, I'm not.A.
Can I see you at the wedding part?B.
Will you be attending his party?C.
Do you feel like, going to his party?D.
Are you also invited?E.
Do you mind going to the wedding with me?
Passenger : Is it allowed to bring a bird on theplane?Custom officer : I am sorry, that's not allowedThe underlined utterance expresses ...A.
Bill : Have you considered my offer to work forour company?George : Yes, 1 have, but I'd take the hob if the salarysuited me.From the dialogue we may conclude that George ...A.
has accepted the jobB.
has worked for the companyC.
has not yet considered taking a job
has refused to take the jobE.
has not heard about the job
Mr. Bronto leaves Surabaya for Medan by G1A 707 at9 a.m.By 11 a.m the ... there.A.
will have arrived
Wacana 3 untuk-soal nomor 25 sampai dengan nomor 28.
Nobody likes paying taxes. Even those who knowthat taxation is necessary and just are reluctant to paytaxes. It is not pleasant to see part of your monthlyincome taken away from you in income tax. Ignorantpeople think this is an injustice and make a grievanceof it; so it is just as well that we should know why we
are taxed, so that we can see the fairness of the system.Every country must have a government of somesot. or life would be impossible. The primary duties of a government are to ‘protect the life an property of thecitizens, to maintain law and order and settle disputebetween citizens in a just and orderly way through thelaw-courts, to defend the country from foreign foes,and to maintain the roads and highways. Besides, maygovernments maintain and direct public duties needmoney: an army and navy have to. be kept up, thepolice force and the judges have to be paid, schools
have to be provided and teachers supported, experthealth-officers and sanitary engineers have to beemployed. Now where is all the money needed for thepublic service to come from? The question in answeredby another. For whose benefit are all these servicemaintained? The answer is, for the benefits of thepublic. It is the people as a whole, rich and poor, thatbenefit by security of live and property, by the soundadministration of justice, by the maintenance of roads,by the public hospital, public schools, and goodsanitation. Therefore it is only right that the public, theindividual citizens of the country should contribute themoney needed; for the money the give comes back tothem in the shape of these public benefits which allenjoy.So long, therefore, as we have a good andefficient government, so long as our money, is beingused in the right way, and so long as the burden of taxation is distributed fairly, as different classes canbear it, we have no right to grumble at having to payour share of the taxes. ?
Which one of these titles is the most suitable for thetext above?A.
Objections to Taxes
Why citizens are TaxedC.
The Burden of TaxationD.
Taxation is a NecessityE.
The topic of paragraph 2 is ...A.
the reasons of taxationB.
the right of citizensC.
the expenses of public dutiesD.
the duties of a governmentE.
the types of public services