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Listening Section 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. Part I Pictures Directions: For each question, you will see a picture in your test book and you will hear four short statements. These statements 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. When you hear the four statements, look at the picture in your test book and choose the statement that best describes what you see in the picture. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and mark your answer. Example Look at the picture and listen to the four sentences.

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Part II Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several questions spoken in English, followed by three responses, also spoken in English. The question and responses will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the

a. The basket is made of woven rattan, b. They shoot the ball to the basket, c. Some fruit is put in the basket, d. We need the basket for this stuff. Choice (a) - “The basket is made of woven rattan” best describes what can be seen in the picture. Therefore, you should mark (a) on your answer sheet. Let’s begin number 1 1.

speakers say. You have to choose the best response to each question Now listen to a sample question: You hear : “Will you be here this summer?” You will also hear: a. Yes. Summer is my favorite season. b. Yes. They will be here soon. c. No, I won’t. I plan to visit my family Choice (c) - “No, I won’t. I plan to visit my family” is the appropriate response to the question [will you be here this summer?] Therefore, you should mark (c) on your answer sheet Now let’s begin number 4 4. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. 5. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. 6. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. 7. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

Part III Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several short conversations. The conversations will not be printed in your test book. You will hear the conversation two times, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. In your test book, you will read a question about each conversation. The question will be followed by four answers. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet. Example: You will hear: Girl : Are you sixteen yet? Boy : Not yet, but my birthday is in March. Girl : When in March? Boy : It is March 20th. You will read: What do you learn from the conversation? a. The girl is sixteen years old. b. The boy is twenty years old. c. The boy was born in March, d. The girl’s birthday is March 20. Choice (c) - “The boy was born in March” - best answers the question [What do you learn from the conversation?]. Therefore, you should mark (c) on your answer sheet. Let's begin number 8 8. What does the man say about the weather? a. b. c. d. It appears on TV. The woman will bring an umbrella. The city will be wet. The weather will be sunny.

a. b. c. d. Part IV

Getting a job. Studying abroad. Someone’s achievement. An improvement in studying.

Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several short talks. Each will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand and remember what is said. In your test book, you will read two or more questions about each short talk. Each question will be followed by four answers. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet. Let’s begin with short talk number 12. 12. What process did the speaker describe? a. b. c. d. How to stir the eggs. How to melt the sugar. How to choose good eggs. How to make a simple dessert.

13. What is the last step of making this pudding? a. b. c. d. Mixing the ingredients. Steaming the mixture. Melting some sugar. Pouring the milk.

14. What is the purpose of the announcement? a. b. c. purse. d. To claim the customer service. To find the women’s goods To persuade the shoppers to buy a To inform shoppers that a purse

department.

9. What did the man ask? a. b. c. d. Information about a sign. A question about a notice. A picture hanging on the wall. Permission to light a cigarette.

was found. 15. If you want to claim the purse, where should you go? a. To the shoppers. To the customer service counter. To someone who turned it in. To the women’s goods b. c. d.

10. Why wasn’t the woman allowed to go further? a. b. c. d. She was carrying prohibited stuff. Her daughter asked her not to. She didn’t have a boarding pass. Her plane had already left.

department. This is the end of the listening section.

11. What does the man comment on?

Questions 16 to 30, choose the most appropriate answer. 16. Hana : What do you like to do in your spare time? Winny: Since I was in senior high school until now …. a. spending time is not good. b. I didn’t have time for you. c. I have loved reading stories very much. d. I used to spend my time in Bali. 17. Andre: I need to book a room for this weekend. May I know the rate? Banu : …. And which room would you like to have, single or double? Andre: Sure, my name is Andrea Thomas and I’d like a single room, please. a. Will you put me through to Mr. Brown? b. Can I talk to the manager? c. May I leave a message? d. May I know who’s speaking? 18. Tia : Did you see the headline in the paper? Rian: …. I was only interested in sport section. a. I did not read the front page. b. Yes, I saw her this morning. c. No, I didn’t see him. d. She read it yesterday. 19. Fanny: There will be a student president election. Would you like to participate? Tarno: …. Can we go there together, then? Fanny: Sure, I’ll pick you at ten. a. I’m already busy. b. I’m not sure yet. c. No, thanks. d. Of course. 20. Ari :Do you like my new coat? Lina:Yes, I like it so much. …. Ari : Thank you. a. You look gorgeous wearing it. b. The coat is too small for you. c. It makes you look older than your age. d. It goes well with my shoes.

21. Buyer

: The clock which I bought yesterday isn’t working. I want a replacement.

Shop assistant: …. Let me take a look, first. a. I apologize for the inconvenience. b. I am about to sell it. c. Excuse me to bother you. d. I am sorry to say this. 22. Faza : I feel so tired but I still need to go out to buy some eggs. …. Zahra: No, I’ll do it after finishing my homework. a. Do you mind buying some eggs for me? b. Would you go to the supermarket? c. Do you want to have some eggs? d. Could you please make scrambled eggs? 23. Alvin : I really want to continue my study to university, but I couldn’t afford it. Bobby: …. You have good grades. a. What about looking for a job? b. Why don’t you try to get a scholarship? c. Perhaps, you should go to university. d. If I were you, I would work hard. 24. Hanif : I would like to reschedule my appointment with the doctor for next Monday. …. Receptionist: I’m sorry, but Monday is completely booked. a. if it is still open. b. if it were possible. c. unless the doctor will accept it. d. unless I can go there. 25. A teacher : In my opinion, the best candidate for student’s leader must have good perspective and strong leadership. The principal: …. Besides, he must also be able to cooperate with others. a. I disagree with you. b. I don’t think so. c. I agree with you. d. I am against it.

26. Ani: Excuse me, where can I find a bus stop to down town? Adi: …. It’s in front of the Laundromat. Ani: Thank you. a. I don’t know. b. Take a number 15 bus. c. The bus is over there. d. Just across this street. 27. Man : How often does the train from Yogyakarta arrive? Woman: …. You can ask the information center for the schedule. a. It arrived 5 hours ago. b. It usually leaves at three. c. It departs on time. d. It comes every 12 hours.

since the end of the last quarter of 2008. C D

32. The giant panda whose is also known as
the A B panda bear or the bamboo panda is almost extinct because the bamboo forests where it lives are destroyed. C D A cost? B Clerk : Oh, that’s Rp 1,750,000. C give it for Rp 1,250,000? Clerk : That’s too low. I’ll let you have it for D Rp 1,500,000. Customer: That’s quite expensive. May you

33. Customer: How much is this diamond ring

28. Ticket person: …. Ms. Eva : I want an economy class. Would you give me a seat by the isle? Ticket person: Sure, ma’am. Here is your ticket. a. Would you take the business class? b. What kind of ticket do you need, ma’am? c. Where would you like to stay? d. Where would you like to go? 29. Son : When are we going to eat? Mom: …. I’m still preparing it. a. We have to find the menu, first. b. We should call the waiter. c. We’ll probably have it around six. d. We’ve already reserved a table. 30. Puspa: The lightning knocked my TV out. …. Ronald: Yes. Let me see what’s wrong. a. Do you think you can fix it? b. Do you know what happened? c. Why don’t you buy me a new one? d. What about taking it to the repair shop? Questions 31 to 35, choose the inappropriate structure in the sentences below.

34. We are a leasing company. As many as
65% of our employees are posted in the marketing A division. Most of them are smart, talented, good look young men, who do not mind B D C working ten hours a day, six days a week.

35. Fina: I heard that you will go camping after
the A final test. Will I go with you? C Andy: Yes, but you should get permission from D your parents. Questions 36 – 50 are based on a selection of reading materials. Choose the best answer A, B, C, or D to each question. Question 36 – 38 refer to the following letter WienBach Stationery Ltd. 27 Jl. Kayu Manis, Jakarta 13210 (021) 4721454 March 16, 2012 Ms. Denia Hope Ltd. 18 Jl. Tarumanegara 45 Pontianak B

31. A survey indicates that ‘reality shows’ have
A attracted the higher proportion of TV viewers B

Kalimantan 22543

36. Where is the order delivered to? Dear Ms. Denia, Thank you for ordering 20 cases of premium paper from WienBach Stationery Ltd. Your order has been shipped and should reach you within the next five business days. Find your enclosed total bill for the above order amounting to Rp 5,000,000 and the check for Rp 500,000 is your refund. Because you paid in advance, we are giving you a 10 percent cash discount and we are paying for the shipping and handling also. WienBach Stationery Ltd.is pleased to add you to its list of customers. We look forward to your next order. Sincerely, Karina Customer Service 2 enclosures a. Jakarta b. Pontianak c. Wienbach warehouse d. Wienbach stationery Ltd. 37. Paragraph 2 tells about …. a. the half price of the total order b. shipping and handling fees for the products c. the rebate of the total payment d. the percentage of billing payment

38. “… pleased to add you to its list of
customers.” (Paragraph 3 sentence 1) The underlined word refers to …. a. paper corporation b. shipping company c. Hope Ltd. d. Wienbach Stationery Ltd.

Questions 39 – 41 refer to the following table. INDONESIA: FACTS AND FIGURES (2006 – 2009)
Electricity from thermal source Electricity from hydroelectric sources Electricity from nuclear sources Electricity from geothermal, solar and wind sources Number of radios per 1,000 people Number of telephones per 1,000 people Number of televsions per 1,000 people Number of internet hosts per 1,000 people Daily newspaper circulation per 1,000 people Number of motor vehicles per 1,000 people Paved road as a share of total roads 89.93 percent (2001 estimate) 10.52 percent (2001 estimate) 0 percent (2001 estimate) 2.55 percent (2001 estimate) 155 (1997) 35 (2001) 145 (2000 estimate) 2.2 (2001) 23 (1998) 25 (1998) 46 percent (1999)

39. What is the table about? a. The usage of hydro and geothermal for electric energy. b. The expense ofenergy for 1,000 people during 3 years. c. The consumption of energy, communication and transportation. d. The need of electronic devices and natural resources for 1,000 people. 40. The energy not being used is from … a. wind sources b. electricity sources c. nuclear sources d. thermal sources

41. “Electricity from geothermal, solar and wind
sources.” The underlined word is closest in meaning with… a. sun b. moon c. kerosene

d. gasoline Questions 42 – 44 refer to the following text

Actor, director, producer, born on January 3, 1956 in Peekskill, New York, Mel Gibson spent the remainder of his childhood in Sydney where he attended an all-boys catholic high school. After Gibson’s high school graduation, he considered becoming a chef or journalist. However, when his sister submitted an application on his behalf to The National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney, he decided to audition. Without any prior acting experience, he was accepted and enrolled in the drama school. While there, he made his stage debut in a production of Romeo and Juliet, and his screen debut in th low-budget film Summer City (1977). Upon his graduation that year, Gibson joined the Southern Australian Theater Company, where he appeared in the title roles of classical productions, such as Oedipus and Henry IV. After conquering the stage, Gibson tried his hand at television, landing his first role on the Australian series The Survivals. In 1979, Gibson graduated to mainstream cinema with his role as a futuristic warrior in Mad Max, and as a mentally retarded man I love with Piper Laurie in Tim; for which he earned his first Australian Film Istitute (AFI) Award for Best Actor. Furthermore, Mad Max
42. what is the text about? a. High school for actors. b. Southern Australian Theater. c. Actors, directors and producers. d. Mel Gibson’s experience. 43. What did Gibson do after graduating from Senior High School? a. Came for an audition. b. Became a chef or journalist. c. Tried his hand at television. d. Submitted an application.

44. … his stage debut” (sentence 4 paragraph
2). The underlined word has a similar meaning to …. a. building b. first career c. company d. film

Questions 45 – 47 refer to the following text.

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a. How to be a subscriber. b. How to send the money. c. How to be a reader. d. How to fax a coupon. 46. What is the third step if you want to be a subscriber? a. Transfer the amount to the bank.

b. Call a customer care staff. c. Contact a local delivery order agent. d. Cut the coupon provided and fax it. 47. What should you do if you want to save 30% from the newsstand price? a. Get the paper at special discount for 6 months. Questions 48 – 50 refer to the following information.

b. Buy the paper at special discount for 12 months. c. Transfer the amount for the offer to Lippo Bank. d. Transfer the amount for the 3-month special discount.

TOYOTA CITY Toyota, a city in Japan, is on east central Honshu Island, in central Aichi Prefecture on the Yahagi River. Toyota is the headquarter of the Toyota Motor Corporation and is a major automobile manufacturing and assembly center, and a classic company town. It has a planned layout for its sprawling assembly palants, office complexes, and housing developments for workers and their families. The city was formerly named Koromo, meaning “clothing” and prospered from the late 19th century until the 1930s as a center of the silk industry. Its development as an automobile manufacturing center began with the opening of the first assembly plant in 1937. The city’s name was changed to Toyota in 1959 after the second plant, Motomachi, was opened and the population began to grow rapidly. Population (2002): 342,835. 48. What is the main idea of the text? a. The history of the Toyota City. b. The geographical aspects of the Toyota City. c. The production of the Toyota Motor Corporation. d. The families and workers of the Toyota Motor Corporation. 49. What was the old name of the Toyota City? a. Yahagi b. Honshu c. Koromo d. Motomachi

50. The word ‘their’ in the sentence “… it has a
planned layout for its sprawling assembly plants, office complexes, and housing development for workers and their families” refers to …. a. workers b. headquarters c. assembly plants

d. housing developments

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