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Tahun Pelajaran 2004/2005
BAHASA INGGRIS (D3)
PROGRAM STUDI BAHASA
BAHASA INGGRIS Program Studi : BAHASA
Hari/Tanggal : Selasa, 31 Mei 2005 Jam : 08.00 – 10.00
1. Isikan identitas Anda ke dalam Lembar Jawaban Komputer (LJK) yang tersedia dengan menggunakan pensil 2B, sesuai petunjuk di Lembar Jawaban Komputer (LJK). 2. Tersedia waktu 120 menit untuk mengerjakan paket tes tersebut. 3. Jumlah soal sebanyak 60 butir, pada setiap butir soal terdapat 5 (lima) pilihan jawaban. 4. Periksa dan bacalah soal-soal sebelum Anda menjawabnya. 5. Laporkan kepada pengawas ujian apabila terdapat lembar soal yang kurang jelas, rusak, atau tidak lengkap. 6. Mintalah kertas buram kepada pengawas ujian, bila diperlukan. 7. Tidak diizinkan menggunakan kalkulator, HP, tabel matematika atau alat bantu hitung lainnya. 8. Periksalah pekerjaan Anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujian. 9. Lembar soal tidak boleh dicoret-coret, difotokopi, atau digandakan.
In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. There are four parts to this section with special directions for each part.
Questions 1 – 4 Directions: For each question, you will see a picture in your test book and you will hear a question followed by five statements. The questions and the statements will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speaker says. When you hear the question and five statements look at the picture in your test book and choose the statement that best describes what you see in the picture. Then on the answer sheet, find the number of the question and mark your answer. Look at the sample below. Narrator: Look at the picture in your test book. What is the man doing? a. He is looking at the picture of the two women. b. He is sitting in the garden holding a camera. c. He is pointing at the two women. d. He is taking a photograph of the women. e. He is talking to the women.
Statement (d) “He is taking a photograph of the women,” best describes what you see in the picture. Therefore, you should choose answer (d).
I do not agree … …
Questions 5 – 10 Directions: In this part of the test you will hear a statement or a question spoken in English, followed by five responses, also spoken in English. The statement or question and the responses 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. You have to choose the best response to each statement or question. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
Questions 11 – 15 Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear 2 conversations. They will be spoken two times. After you hear a conversation and the questions about it, read the five possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard. 11. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. How to get a bus. How to get a taxi. How far to walk. How to get to the shopping center. How to shop at the market. Take a taxi. Wait for a bus. Ask for direction. Go to another place. Walk to the shopping center. At a coffee shop. At Rudi’s office At Sandra’s office. At the police station. At a college. Some tea. Some soft drink. Some water. Some coffee. Orange juice. They are visitors. They are guests. They are colleagues. They are officers. They are friends.
Questions 16 – 20 Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear 2 short texts. They will be spoken two times. After you hear a text and the question(s) about it, read the five possible answer and decide which one would be the best answer to the question(s) you have heard. 16. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. Albert Einstein. Nobel Prize. University of Zurich. Hitler and his party. Einstein’s famous work. In 1879. In 1905. In 1919. In 1933. In 1955. He wanted to meet Hitler. He wanted to receive the Nobel Prize. He wanted to talk to other scientists. He wanted to make scientific researches. He wanted to continue his study. Preparing for landing. An announcement for departure. A save place for landing. Cabin attendants. The luggage of the passengers. On a bus. On a train. On a ship. On an aeroplane. At the airport. This is the end of the listening section
In this part of the test, you have to choose the best answer to each question from the alternatives given. Text 1 Read the following text to answer questions 21 and 22. Premiere Hilton International Singapore 20.9.93 8.00 p.m. – 11.00 p.m. $2000 per table Matinee Victoria Theatre – in Empress Palace 23.9.93 – 25.9.93 2.00 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. $10 per child $20 per parent
Venue : Date : Time : Ticket :
Venue : Date : Time : Ticket :
Organised by the Oklahoma City University Alumni of Singapore and the Singapore Broadcasting Corporation
Performed by the Oklahoma Opera and the Music Theatre Company of the Oklahoma City University, based on Lynn Rigg’s “Green Grow the Lilacs’ Tickets available from: 1. Hassan’s Carpets Pte. Ltd., #01-15 Tanglin Shopping Centre, 19 Tanglin Road 2. Metro Grand Scotts, #04 – 01 Scotts Shopping Centre, 6 Scotts Road. 3. Yaohan Singapore Pte. Ltd., #B2- 00 Plaza Singapore, 68 Orchard Road.
Memorable songs include ‘Oh What a Beautiful Morning’ and ‘People Will Say We’re in Love’ Each show: Two acts Each act: Three scenes To raise funds for the Spastic Children’s Association of Singapore – especially for a building expansion
What is the poster about? a. Oklahoma opera. b. Memorable songs. c. Music Theatre. d. Spastic Children’s Association. e. A musical show for raising funds.
9 22. “The ‘Premiere’ show will be held at the Hilton International Singapore” The word ‘Premiere’ means .... a. first performance of a show b. dinner performance of a show c. show at the theatre d. charity performance e. prime time show
Text 2 Read the following text to answer questions 23 to 26. Five days ago, I got a telephone call from my supervisor, Mr. Wahyudi. He congratulated me on my success in increasing the sales target in August 2004. I have been working under his supervision in the area of Pasuruan for three years. He invited me to come to his office. On the phone he said that he needed to discuss the prospect of the company in the future. He planned to expand his business to other towns in East Java. Yesterday I was very happy because I could come to see Mr. Wahyudi. As I arrived at his office, located at 12 Jalan Peneleh Masjid Surabaya, I was warmly greeted by him. He asked me what drink I would like. I answered, “I like tea.” He asked the office boy to make it for me. He showed me the table of the sales and he said, “It’s your duty to expand our business in the area of Probolinggo. Then I read the table of my own sales which is much better than any other area’s sales except that of Surabaya. I smiled happily to see my successful work. “I begin to have a lot of self-confidence.” I thought, as a young salesman I said to myself, “Business is my world and it is really true that my grandfather once said that I had a talent of selling things.” Here is the table of the sales in August. The sales of Magazines and Tabloids of “Bina Pustaka Distributor” in August 2004 Goods 1. Readers Digest 2. Nyata 3. Posmo 4. Dapur Kita 5. Mentari 23. Sidoarjo 50 100 50 100 50 Mojokerto 175 175 125 150 125 Pasuruan 525 500 700 2.400 225 Surabaya 750 500 675 1.350 400 Total 1.500 1.275 1.550 4.100 850
The text mainly discusses about .... a. a successful salesman b. a grateful supervisor c. the sales of magazines and tabloids d. the new business e. the prospect of the company
10 24. Paragraph 2 mainly discusses about .... a. Mr. Wahyudi’s office b. how to expand the new business c. how Mr. Wahyudi accepted his employee’s arrival d. a talent of selling things e. the writer’s talent Based on the information from the table, the reader knows that .... a. the writer reaches the sale target b. the writer can sell the tabloid “Dapur Kita” the best c. the sale rate in Surabaya is the best of all d. the sale rate of Pasuruan is the same as that in Surabaya e. the sale rate of tabloid “Dapur Kita” reaches the lowest “He planned to expand his business to __” (Paragraph 1). The underlined word means to ... larger. a. change b. develop c. become d. shape e. improve
11 Text 3 Read the following text to answer questions 27 to 30. With a daughter off at college, Barton and his wife earlier this year liquidated their two major assets. They sold their dying business in San Jose, California, for a few hundred thousand dollars and their 170-square-meter house for somewhat more. They pocketed about $1 million. Not bad for a couple in their early forties, with one kid at Ohio State University. Then again, not too terrific when you live in the cosmically overpriced San Francisco Bay Area. What do you do next? Barton’s dying business was called American Machinist Supply. The 20-employee company brokered custom-tooling for factory mills and lathes. It was a nice little business, for a time. Then the economics that fueled it stopped working in California. During the tech boom of the late-1990s, Barton watched his rent triple to $300 per square meter a year. His employees could no longer afford to live in the Bay Area. Morale sank. Turnover soared. Barton thought about relocating to San Diego, where rent and mortgage loans would go twice as far. Not enough. His wife suggested moving east. He learned that rent and mortgage would go five times further in Charlotte, North Carolina; Columbus, Ohio; and State College, Pennsylvania. He walked into each city’s Chamber of Commerce. Within 24 hours, State College found Barton office space in a research park sponsored by Penn State. That settled it. Here’s Barton deal in a nutshell: He sank $500,000 – half his net worth – into Blueswart.com, his new company. The university offered him a no-interest loan of $125,000, payable in three years, and cheap rent. Barton, in turn, pledged to hire graduates of Penn State. He’ll need those engineers, too. Blueswart.com is high tech all the way. It harnesses the web to automate the old American Machinist Supply way of doing business that required 20 brokers on the phone. Clever software helps Blueswart.com’s customers crank up factory output by configuring mills and lathes with the best combination of tooling. 27. The text tells about .... a. what Barton did to overcome his dying business b. how to relocate Barton’s business in American Machinist Supply c. the 20-employees who worked for Bartons’ business in American Machinist Supply d. a nice little business in San Jose, California which offered Barton’s $500,000 e. Bartons’ family who lived happily in San Jose California Barton had to relocate his business to Penn State because .... a. Penn State graduated better college students b. the rent and cost of living in San Jose were high c. his wife had a daughter at Ohio State University d. his net was worth about $1 million e. Penn State offered a no-interest loan
12 29. According to the text, which of the following statements is true? a. Barton and his wife moved to Penn State because of their daughter b. Barton’s employees could afford to live in Charlote, north California c. Barton’s office was settled in San Diego, California because of the price d. Barton hired graduates of Penn State to thank the university which offered a no interest loan e. Finally Barton’s family was able to afford to live in San Diego, California “His employees could no longer afford to live in the Bay Area.”(Paragraph 2) The underlined phrase has almost the same meaning as .... a. do not have to b. should not have to c. must not be able to d. shall be able to e. were not able to
Text 4 Read the following poem to answer questions 31 to 36. Once there were green fields kissed by the sun Once there were valleys where rivers used to run Once there were blue skies with white clouds high above Once there were parts of an everlasting love We were the lovers who strolled thro’ green fields Green fields are gone now parched by the sun Gone from the valleys where rivers used to run Gone with the cold wind that swept into my heart Gone with the lovers who let their dreams depart Where are the green fields that we used to roam? I’ll never know what made you run away How can I keep searching when dark clouds hide the day I only know there’s nothing here for me Nothing in this wide world left for me to see But I’ll keep on waiting ’til you return I’ll keep on waitin’ until the day you learn You can’t be happy while your heart’s in the room You can’t be happy until you bring it home Home to the green fields and me once again 31. What is the most suitable title of the song? a. Blue sky. b. Cold wind. c. Green fields. d. White clouds. e. Running rivers.
13 32. The main idea of the second verse is that .... a. There are no green fields anymore b. The lovers lose their hearts c. The cold wind swept the lover’s heart d. The sun heats the valleys e. The rivers do not run anymore What makes the green fields disappear? a. The valleys. b. The clouds. c. The rivers. d. The wind. e. The sun. The writer’s lover is now .... a. beside him b. away from him c. waiting for him d. dreaming of the green fields e. running over the valley “We were the lovers who strolled thro’ green fields.” (The first verse). The underlined word means .... a. walked b. played c. jumped d. roamed e. travelled “Once there were parts of an everlasting love”. (The first verse) The underlined word means .... a. true b. lovely c. false d. forbidden e. endless
Read the following dialogues and answer the questions. 37. Father : What about your mathematics test this morning? Son : I made no mistakes. I got ten. Father : Oh I am very ... of you. You always do your best. There’s a present for you. a. busy b. tired c. proud d. angry e. ashamed
14 38. Adam : Can I borrow your laptop? Idris : Certainly, but what’s wrong with yours? Adam : It ...now. a. repaired b. is repairing c. is going to repair d. has been repaired e. is being repaired Tia Rian : You know Rian, Rudy is going to marry Sari. : ... ? As far as I know he doesn’t love her. a. Really b. Great c. Amazing d. Fantastic e. Wonderful
Alan : This cake is very nice. Did you make it yourself? Betty : No, I didn’t. I had it made. The underlined sentence means .... a. Betty had made the cake b. Betty had to make the cake c. Alan asked Betty to make the cake d. Alan helps Betty make the cake e. Betty asked someone to make the cake Yudha : Where were you yesterday, Wahyu? Wahyu : I attended a seminar about how to prevent skin cancer. Yudha : Really? I would have joined it if I had known. The underlined sentence means .... a. Yudha was absent from his office b. Wahyu was present in his office c. Yudha joined the seminar d. Wahyu didn’t join the seminar e. Yudha didn’t join the seminar Fajar : Dad, may I come along to grandma’s house? Father : I’m afraid not, you are going to have an examination soon. The underlined expression shows .... a. refusing permission b. expressing an apology c. offering something d. giving permission e. wondering
15 43. Ron : You have stolen my new key holder. Jill : …. Perhaps Jack did. a. Not at all b. Never mind c. Forget it d. All right e. Sure : : : : a. b. c. d. e. 45. Was the film good, Neno? I don’t know, I didn’t see it Didn’t you go to the theatre last night with Titos? Yes, but when we got there, the film .... We went to the mall instead starts had started has been started started has started
44. Via Neno Via Neno
X : I haven’t met John for three days. What happened to him? Y : He was sent to the hospital because of his sickness. X : Oh, poor John. I hope he’ll be better soon. The underlined sentence is used to express .... a. pleasure b. agreement c. sympathy d. expectation e. satisfaction Dina Ita a. b. c. d. e. : Have you heard that Tino had an accident last week? : Really? Oh, ... I hope he’ll be fine soon. it surprises me it sounds great it’s not my business that’s out of the question I’m sorry to hear that
X : Have you finished doing your assignment? Y : No, but I ... doing it by next week. a. am going to finish b. will have finished c. have been finished d. have to finish e. will finish
16 48. Rony : Last night there was an earthquake in my neighbourhood. Tommy : Was there? Rony : Yeah. You know I ... the earth shaking for some minutes. a. saw b. noticed c. felt d. observed e. watched It was then we suddenly become aware of the stillness of the night, and although it sounds odd to say so, the silence seemed even louder than the noise we had been making before. The underlined word has the same meaning as .... a. strange b. funny c. usual d. nice e. suprised : Why do you arrange this bedroom? Are you going to have a special guest? Alya : Yes, my friend Ida will come to visit us. Ami : Ida from Bandung? Alya : No, that’s Ida Kambe. This one is Ida Nantono, ... in Yogya when I studied there. a. who I lived with her b. that I lived with c. where I lived d. whom I lived with e. Whom I lived with her Ami
The following incomplete text is for questions 51 to 53. Fill in the blank spaces with suitable words. Most folk art is very ...(51) The folk artists use whatever materials are available. The tools used to make it are often homemade. The folk artist does not have power tools or complicated machinery. Designs are ...(52) with axes, brushes, chisels, gouges, knives, needles, scissors, and scrapers. The materials ...(53) from place to place, depending on what is cheap and plentiful. Silk may be used in China, paper in Japan, wood in some countries in Northern Europe, America and in Southeast Asian countries, cork in Portugal, bamboo and rattan in Indonesia. 51. a. b. c. d. e. modern simple complicated conservative sophisticated
17 52. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. created planned established founded dominated variety variation various vary variable
The duties of the guides are ... by the travel agency so the receptionists of this hotel have no right to ask them to accompany this group of German tourists to Lake Sarangan in Magetan regency, East Java. a. accepted b. returned c. scheduled d. played e. refused Statues and carvings in the Borobudur Temple ... the life of Gautama Budha. a. make b. explain c. become d. describe e. write A clerk A tourist A clerk A tourist a. b. c. d. e. : : : : Can I help you, sir? Yes, can you ... a cheap hotel, please? Is there any particular area you want to stay in, sir? Oh, I see. It doesn’t matter as long as it isn’t too far from the center. recommend show tell apply fill in
The victims of the disaster have been evacuated to get a better life. The underlined word means “... out”. a. broken b. sent c. moved d. taken e. put
18 The following incomplete dialogue is for questions 58 to 60. Fill in the blank spaces with suitable words. An Indonesian : Can you tell me about weddings in Australia please? Are they like weddings in Indonesia? An Australian : Well, weddings held throughout Australia often share similar ...(58) and routines. The differences may depend upon religion, culture or the personal choices made by the ...(59) and the bride groom. In the months preceding the wedding, relatives and friends ...(60) little ceremonies. 58. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d. e. costume cost cosmetic costumer customs couple pair man bride partner organize prepare expect carry out show off
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