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Kelas /Semester : XII/2 Standar Kompetensi : 1.

Berkomunikasi lisan dan tertulis menggunakan ragam bahasa yang sesuai dengan lancar dan akurat dalam wacana interaksional dan/atau monolog terutama berkenaan dengan wacana wacana berbentuk narrative, explanation, discussion, dan review. Kompetensi Dasar Indikator Materi pokok A. Menyimak  Merespon dengan benar tindak tutur Memahami wacana di dalam wacana transaksional/ You are the one to blame transaksional dan interpersonal interpersonal berupa: I don’t do that ringan atau monolog lisan - Accusing, denying and I am sorry terutama berbentuk review apologizing 2 fast and 2 furious  Merespon wacana monolog review B. Berbicara Mengungkapkan nuansa makna dalam wacana transaksional dan atau monolog lisan terutama dalam wacana berbentuk review C. Membaca Memahami nuansa makna dan langkah – langkah pengembangan retorika dalam teks tertulis berbentuk revew
 Melakukan

berbagai tindak tutur dalam wacana lisan transaksional berupa: - Accusing, denying and apologizing  Melakukan monolog berbentuk review
 Merespon teks berbentuk review  Mengidentifikasi pengorganisasian

You must do this It’s not true Forgive me for…

text review
 Mengidentifikasi

D. Menulis Mengungkapkan nuansa makna dengan langkahlangkah pengembangan retorika yang benar didalam teks tertulis berbentuk review

susunan kalimat dalam text review - Conjunction for complex sentence - Words, adjectives, phrases of appraisal  Mendemonstrasikan ketrampilan dasar menulis:yaitu menggunakan tata bahasa, kosa kata, tanda baca, ejean dan tata tulis yang berterima terutama jenis teks berbentuk review

Harry Potter, Ada Apa Dengan Cinta Orientation, interpretative recount, evaluations, evaluation summation Editing checklist of the writing

UNIT 1 Do you like this Movie?
A. Building Knowledge of Field A.1. Language Function A.1.1. Expression of Accusing, Denying , apologizing/regretting Activity 1 Observe this picture Hey, Jonggrang. I think you’re the only person who could have done it, aren’t you?

Do you accuse me? Don’t accuse someone easily?

Questions 1. What does Bandung express? _________________________________________________________________________________ 2. What does Jonggrang express? _________________________________________________________________________________ Activity 2 In pairs, read the dialogue aloud Situation : Linda is looking for her missing CD “Moulin Rouge” starred by Nicole Kidman. She looks for it everywhere but she can’t find it. Dinda Linda Dinda Linda Dinda : What are you looking for? : A Compact Disc. “Moulin Rouge”. Do you know it? : Where did you put it? : As I remember, I put it in the green envelope.? : Oh, My God. I has just thrown it to the dustbin in front of our house. I think it was no use anymore.

Linda hurriedly runs to the dustbin, she checks it thoroughly. But the CD was gone. Linda Dinda Linda Dinda : (said angrily) Why did you throw it without asking me fist? : It’s my fault, isn’t? Don’t blame at me. I don’t know. I think it was not used anymore. : Yes, It is your fault. You must change it. I borrowed it from CD rental. You must change it. : OK. I’ll change it. But don’t blame me for this. It is no use crying over spilt milk.

Activity 3 Answer the questions. 1. What is Linda doing? ______________________________________________________________________________ 2. Where does she look for it? _______________________________________________________________________________ 3. Where did she put in the CD? _______________________________________________________________________________ 4. What did Dinda do to the CD? _______________________________________________________________________________ 5. Is Linda angry with Dinda? _______________________________________________________________________________ 6. Is Linda accuse Dinda for the missing CD? _______________________________________________________________________________ 7. Which utterances showing the Linda’s accuse? _______________________________________________________________________________ 8. Does Dinda regret for what she did to the CD? _______________________________________________________________________________ 9. Show the utterance expressing her regret? ________________________________________________________________________________ 10. Find out the other expressing showing accusing and regretting? ________________________________________________________________________________ Activity 4 Study the following expression Expression of Accusing, Denying , apologizing /regretting Accusing Denying and regretting Why do you do this? Denying Why did you ……….. - it is not true. It’s your fault - I didn’t do it You must be responsible for… - I deny that You must do it. Regretting Don’t deny that you do it…… - It ‘s no use crying over spilt milk - I ‘m so sorry for doing that. Activity 5

Make a short dialog and perform it before your class. 1. Your sister lost the new bag that it was borrowed from you. You accused her. You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your sister : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your sister : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your sister : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 2. Your father accused you using his car without any permission. You denied it. Your father :……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your father : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your father : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 3. Your mother ‘s stove blew up. You were cooking in it. She was angry and blamed you for this. You regretted. Your mother:…….. ……………………………………………………………………………………… You :……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your mother:……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your mother:……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 4. Your neighbour’s dog was dead. They accused you poisoning the dog. You deny that. Your neighbour :……………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………… Your neigbour : ……………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………… 5. Your computer hanged. It didn’t work well. Your little brother used it last night. You blamed it. He regretted You :……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your brother: ……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your brother: ……………………………………………………………………………………………… You : ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Your brother: ……………………………………………………………………………………………… A.2. Listening Activity 6 Look at the following Movie picture . Guess! What is the title of the movie?

The Title is : _____________________________________________ Activity 7

_____________________________ 4.Listen to your teacher reading the following text. Tom Hank G The Godfather 8. Meg Ryan F Wild. Kate Winslet I Maid in Manhattan 10. (Text is enclosed) ………………………………. With the help of Monica.(4) by the police and is given a deal by agent Markham and Bilkins to go ……. Watched by ……. Brian heads home to Barsto.1. Pierce Brosnan A Pretty woman 2. Brian agrees but if he is given permission to choose his partner. (Taken from : C n S . Paul Walker ………(1) in this action-filled sequel to 2001’s The Fast and The Furious. Grammar Focus A.(6) an old friend Roman Pearce (Tyrese) to help him.. Guess the title of the following movies. 2002) A.(5) and try to bring down rug lord Carter Verone (Cole Hauser) in exchange for his criminal record to be erased..4.(7) Brian was offered. Brian is ……….Conjunctions for Complex Sentences .(2) his illegal actions from the first movie and now soars the streets of Miami making money here and there by street racing. West 7. Explore Your Knowledge Activity 8 Match the Actor /Actress with the title of the movie where they play in. Al Pacino B Cast Away 3.4. ______________________________ A. Arizona. Sandra Bullock E Sleepless in Seattle 6. _____________________________ 3. where he ……. 3 No. Leonardo Di Caprio D When you were sleeping 5. Pearce agrees but only for the same ….Cool and Smart Magazine: Vo. Brian and Rome work together to ………(8) Verone.3. Jeniffer lopez H Titanic 9.(3) Agent Monica Fuentes (Eva Mendes). Wild. No Name of Actor/actress No Movie titles 1. Julia Robert J Tomorrow Never Dies Activity 8... 1. __________________________ 2. Will Smith C The Aviator 4. Brian O’ Conner (Paul Walker) has left LA ……. 18.

He met his friend Plankton _____________________________________________________________________________ 2. I can do the test with flying colours _______________________________________________________________________________ 8. Her uncle gave her permission _______________________________________________________________________________ 6. 5. I was hunting bears in the wood I met the Godzilla ________________________________________________________________________________ B. 7 To express purpose To express relation I study hard so that I can pass the exam well I want to go to Solo but My friends want to go to Semarang Activity 9. I wouldn’t go to the mall. Modelling of Text. I will keep trying to be a movie star.No. 3. None of the movie company accepts me as an actor/actress _______________________________________________________________________________ 7. It was barking loudly ______________________________________________________________________________ 3. Conjunction After Before Since Until When While as Because Since as If Unless Although Even though Though Who Where When that So that In order that And But So Or Function To express time Example After I had taken a bath. Combine the following sentences with suitable conjunction 1. I went to school I was standing in front of the door until my father came home To express cause To express condition To express concession To express identification I can’t go to the concert since I have no money I will go with you if the rain stops Unless you gave me some money. I will continue my study although I come from poor family I want to meet the man who had killed my cat 6. 4. Anto is sixteen years old. Snow white could go anywhere. I took an extra lesson. Sponge Bob was walking along the city park. Activity 10 . We can make a Zeppelin We can’t make the air _______________________________________________________________________________ 4. 1 2. He is not allowed to watch the movie _______________________________________________________________________________ 5. Dina chose the dog.

she has fallen in love with someone who has very different character and comes from a very different world. The Unpredictable character of Rangga disturbed Cinta. we can recall that experience and also. Well. but most eligible boyfriend at school.” Love is a many splendored thing. Above all. Cinta seem to have everything in the world. a movie about love and people who are in love. surrounded by understanding and supporting friends. Prima Rusdi and Riri Reza. The songs and music are composed by Melly Goeslaw and Anto Hoed. except for Dian Sastrowardoyo. One thing that all of them have in common: they are very excited and thrilled to take part in this awesome flick. 6 2002) 1. Alibasah. Through this movie. (Originally written by Nuzulia Latifah in C n S Cool And Smart Magazine Volume 1 no. such as Rudi Sujarwo. Who plays as the main character of the movie? ___________________________________________ 4. hopefully. “this movie is about falling in love for the first time. the script writer of Petualangn Sherina. comedy. Cinta starts to change. Listen to your teacher or friend reading the following text.Answer the questions orally!. She becomes a new person. something that most of us have experienced. What is the title of the movie? ___________________________________________ 2. She has four best friend: Milly (Sissy Priscilia).” Love hurts!” So. Do you like the movie? Why? ___________________________________________ Activity 11. and confident seventeen-year-old girl. that’s what we also expect. It has a love story. what is love. or is it the people around her?  The Loving Crew This movie is directed by Rudi Soedjarwo ( the director of Bintang Jatuh and Tragedy).” Rudi Sujarwo is also confident that the movie will be well-accepted by movie goers :“the movie is very complete. What is the movie about? ___________________________________________ 5. The script is written by Jujur Pranoto. actually? Many teenagers have tried in vein to find the answer to that question. let alone her friends. It creates a new and unfamiliar sensation which leads Cinta into a new and strange world. Born in a loving family. ”says Mira Lesmana. but it can still move and touch me and make me laugh. Bit by bit. Do you watch the movie? ________________________________________________________________________________ . Most of the people involved in this movie. But things are starting to change when Cinta meets Rangga (Nicholas Saputra). Karmen (Adinia Wirastuti). It might be what inspired Mira Lesmana and Riri Riza to produce the movie Ada Apa Dengan Cinta?. the Art Director Adrianto Sinaga. the Editor Dewi ST. Who are the main character of the movie? ___________________________________________ 3. the Director of Photography Roy Lolang. The next thing she knows. although the idea of the story comes from Mira Lesmana. also new faces in the movie world.” But according to Nazareth. right? So make sure you watch this flick and capture the moment. and the Stars are new comers to the 35mm-celluloid-film world. viewers will fall love with Indonesian movies. 1. She doesn’t understand what was happened. and action. the ending is really surprising. smart.  The Lovable Story Listen to what Riri Rizal says about this movie. What’s wrong with Cinta? She start to see things and act differently. a stranger to her friends and even for herself. Where do you watch the movie? ___________________________________________ 6. Alya (Ladya Heryl) and Maura (Titi Kamal) who always protect her and are there for her. Ada Apa Dengan Cinta  The Story of Love and Cinta Andy Williams said. She’s also the object of Bone’s affection.  The Lovely Cinta Cinta (Dian Sastrowardoyo) is a beautiful. a cold and arrogant boy whose presence is never taken into account at school. I’ve seen it several times. Should someone go through changes in seeing and appraising her world? But is she the one who changes. “The ending is wonderful.

____________(1) picture about an island populated with real dinosaurs. Does she give a critical opinion to the movie? _________________________________________________________________________________ 8. The Lost World: Jurassic park Part II The Lost World: Jurassic park Part II. Activity 12 Works in group of four. Ian Malcom (Jeff Goldblum) travel to the island to _____________(5) the dinosaurs and try to ______________-(6) Roland Tembo (Pete Postlethwaite) from rounding the beast up and taking them to a theme park in the United States. Dr. Tell your review to your friends orally. an action or a drama? _____________________________________________________________________________ D. Who are the main actors and actresses in “The Lost Word: Jurassic Park II” ? _____________________________________________________________________________ 5. Although those dinosaurs were ____________(4). Activity 14 1. in which a mad scientist built a dinosaur theme park on a remote island. Fill in the blank with suitable words from the box. and one of the angry____(8) makes his way to Los Angeles. the dinosaurs become violent. Sarah Harding (played by Julianne Moore) and Dr. 2. Tell! How is the scenario of the movie? ________________________________________________________________________________ 6. With Whom do you watch the movie? _________________________________________________________________________________ 4. 3. Choose one of the movies. Example : . California. What do you think of the movie? Is it interesting? ________________________________________________________________________________ 5. Released in 1997. Independent Construction of Text. 3. Answer the questions 1. to explain the processes involved in the formation b. Suppose you were a movie reviewer for a broadcast. Which of these is the purpose of the text? a. Your job is reviewing the up coming movies. Director Steven Spielberg (Adapted from : Look Ahead 3) Weather Fiction observe beast motion sequel destroyed prevent Activity 13. Who gave the review about the movie? _____________________________________________________________________________ 4. Is the film an adventure. The __________(7) turns bad. What is the genre of the movie? _________________________________________________________________________________ C. How does the reviewer of the movie think about the movie? _________________________________________________________________________________ 7. there are some left on other island. to describe the way things are. Prepare a review. to critique an art work or event for a public audience? c. Join construction of the text. How many times do you watch the movie? ________________________________________________________________________________ 3. What does the text tell you? ____________________________________________________________________________ 2. this science-________(2) adventure is the __________(3) to the box office hit Jurassic Park (1993).2.

Welcome back with me ……………. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Kinds of art works 1. Give the reasons. The most interesting book Reasons 4. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….(State your name). Building Knowledge of Field A. Do you still Remember Sponge Bob Square Pants 2004 movie? Great …………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Have you made a review on films. The most interesting Movie Reasons 2. _________________________________________________ Activity 2. 2. Do you often see box office films or read best seller books? ________________________________________________ 2. Do you sometimes give your opinion about the films or books? _________________________________________________ 4.1. Do you read some books or film reviews? _________________________________________________ 5.“ Good morning my teacher and all my friends. No. Discuss the questions with your friends 1. Fill in the blank with your own answers. The most interesting song Reasons . The most interesting TV Show Reasons 3. Explore your knowledge. in movie program at RCTI. 4. Pronunciation Intonation Stress Gestures Total Total Score Scoring Average (60-75) Good (76-100) WRITTEN CYCLE A. 3. books or others art works. What are they? ________________________________________________ 3. Activity 1. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Name : ________________________ Student Number: ________________________ Low (45-59) 1.

Ruthless : ________________________________ 2. you can use the following words.very good . “ Saving Private Ryan” is an excellent movie.2.well developed Examples: 1. 5. adjectives. Words/adjectives .A.good .excellent . After seeing this play. The characters in the “The Da Vinci Code” are well developed. or phrases.2. Grammar Focus A.1. Kuntilanak . 2. 4. Find out the meaning of the words. 1.not too bad . Empat Mata – Talk show __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 3. Dealova . Modelling of Text Activity 4 Use your dictionary. To show the appraisal.touches our heart .superb 2.turned out very well . to retrieve : ________________________________ 4. Make sentences to express your appraisal on these kinds of art work. Hapus Aku –song ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ 4. The slaughtering scene of the villagers in “Platoon” touches our heart Activity 3. I really intend to see it again. 1. and Mrs. Words. Debris : ________________________________ 3. adjectives and phrases of Appraisal When we review art works sometimes we appraise them. Smiths 3. Example: The Lost World – film The special effects used in “The Lost World” is so excellent. Pierce Brosnan – Movie star ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ B.perfect .full performance .film __________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ 2. 1. Angelina Jolie gives her full performances in Mr.book ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5. making the film is too good to miss. Treasure : ________________________________ . Phrases .too good to miss .

Romance •I absolutely love ‘Titanic’. The romantic thread is appealing enough. Danny Nucci. When questioned by the treasure hunters. Voyage 7. he is searching for a necklace featuring an historic blue diamond that is rumored to have sunk with the ship. He believes he is on the right track when his crew retrieves a safe in which he finds a sketch of a beautiful woman wearing the diamond. Billy Zane. 9. Victor Garber. David Warner. Gloria Stewart. Everything about it looks sumptuous. although the romance is occasionally rather overdone and DiCaprio does struggle at times to give his character as written any real depth Although the film is a personal romance set amidst a greater disaster story. and all of the movies will always hold a special place in my heart. was 17 years old. Sometimes love must triumph over disaster. The film cost a phenomenal amount to make. and most of that spending is visible on screen. and an old lady called Rose Dawson Calvert (Gloria Stewart) comes forward claiming that she is the woman in the drawing. it is also the story of Rose's life and the effect her experiences have had on her . Hockley would have done anything to prevent Jack seeing Rose. Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio make a fine job of playing the young couple. as she was known then.and it largely succeeds on all counts. However. the historic events that followed were to change everything. Breeding 8. and falsely accused him of theft. a raffish and charming third-class passenger. In particular. Bernard Hill. Cameron's "Titanic" is justly recognized as something of a masterpiece. she tells them her story. in spite of the disapproval of both her mother and Hockley. Kate Winslet.a match that Rose would rather have avoided. • Attempting to commit suicide. Bill Paxton Director: James Cameron Running Time: 189 minutes Kinds : Action. Jack and Rose started to spend time together. so she was taking Rose to America to marry rich Cal Hockley (Billy Zane) . Kathy Bates. Orientation Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio. Interpretative recount 1 When she joined the Titanic for her maiden voyage Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet). Amidst : ________________________________ : ________________________________ : ________________________________ : ________________________________ : ________________________________ : ________________________________ Activity 5 Read the following review and study the schematic structure of the text. Jonathan Hyde. Frances Fisher. Her mother (Frances Fisher) had good breeding but little money.5. Interpretative recount 1 Evaluation 1 Evaluation 2 Evaluation 3 Evaluative summation . Grippingly 10. ultimately falling in love. Suicide 6. Drama. The drawing is shown on a TV news program. Sumptuous. and the effects that go into the sinking of the ship are grippingly realistic. she was saved by Jack Dawson (Leonardo DiCaprio). Brock Lovett (Bill Paxton) is a somewhat ruthless treasure hunter searching for profit under the sea in the debris of the wrecked liner Titanic. but its greater purpose is to make the effect of the tragedy more personal.

The last opinion consisting the appraisal or the punch line of the art work being criticized C. Evaluation . How did the movie show the sinking of the ship ? ________________________________________________________________________________ 9. Work in group. however. Who Helped her? ________________________________________________________________________________ 8. Evaluative summation . and ultimately . What is the message of the film? ________________________________________________________________________________ 4.background information on the text 2. Find out the word in the text that has the similar meaning with “ catastrophe” ________________________________________________________________________________ 10. Who is the name of the director? ______________________________________________________________________________ 3. and all of the books will always hold a special place in my heart. What is the purpose of the writing of this text? ________________________________________________________________________________ 3.Concluding statement ( Judgement . Why did Rose DeWitt Bukater go to America on the ship? _______________________________________________________________________________ 6. Read the summary Text : Review Purpose : To critique an art work or event for public audience Structure : 1. State the conjunctions used to construct complex sentences in the text? ________________________________________________________________________________ Activity 6. When the series began it was as much of a “feel good” experience as a huge mug of hot cocoa. this was not my favourite. State the utterance in the text that show the adjectives of appraisal? ________________________________________________________________________________ 5. What is the writer’ opinion of “Titanic”? ________________________________________________________________________________ 2. intriguing. “……she is the woman in the drawing”. I have to stay that of all the books. Activity 7. Joint Construction of text. The word “she “ refers to … _________________________________________________________________________________ Questions B – Identifying the schematic structure of the review text. What is the genre of the film? _____________________________________________________________________________ 2. Orientation . Label the text with its generic structure. Harry Potter: Order of the Phoenix _____________ ____________ _____________ I absolutely love the Harry Potter series. Who are the names of the actors and actresses? _______________________________________________________________________________ 4. fast-paced. 1. Prg 1. The stories were bright. Where is the setting? _______________________________________________________________________________ 5.(Adapted from : CBC 2004) Question A – Understanding the text. 1. opinion or recommendation) 4.summary of an art work (including character and plot) 3. Why did Rose DeWitt Bukater attempt to commit suicide? _______________________________________________________________________________ 7. Interpretative recount .

The galloping face of the other books has slowed to a trot here. . This light story is a great way to conclude this volume. especially with being a teenager and tall. He goes from being warm-hearted. considerate person to someone who will bite his best friend’s heads off over nothing. I actually liked the ending ( andyes.viz. (2) Publisher Viz http://www. Reading in detail about Harry cleaning up an old house. 5 by Sheena McNeil (1) Yumi Tamura has included a very short and very cute extra story at the end. A few other changes in this book – the “real” world comes much more into play rather than the fantasy universe of the previous books. for example – housekeeping is still housekeeping. I highly recommend Basara to anyone looking for an excellent shojo read. 1. Still a really good book. as if we were reading all about Harry “just hanging out” instead of having his usual adventures. with some editing it would have been great.com Credits Writer: Yumi Tamura Artist: Yumi Tamura Distributor: Translator: Lillian Olsen &Gerard Jones ISBN: 1-59116-246-7 Grade: 10 _____________ 3. Shinbashi goes home only to be babied. like he turned into a walking cliché of the “angry teen” overnight. . Other times the book just has a slightly dreary. and parts of it do seem long. There is a little bird that follows Sarasa around (providing a bit of comic relief) named Shinbashi. Does she give a critical opinion to the book? _________________________________________________________________________________ 6. I know that he had a lot to be grumpy in this book. magical or no. The reunion is short-lived as Shinbashi rushes back to nap with Sarasa. Read the following review then rearrange the paragraph to make a good text of review. It packed a punch and it made me care about the story even more. How many times do you read the book? ________________________________________________________________________________ What do you think of the book? Is it interesting? ________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Basara Vol. How does the reviewer of the book think about the book? _________________________________________________________________________________ 5. Is it useful for book for children or for adult? _________________________________________________________________________________ Activity 8. What is the genre of the book? _________________________________________________________________________________ 7. depressing feel. I was truly moved by the last page. and it is only a couple of pages so it doesn't detract from the main story. and I’m not very interested in doing it or reading about other people doing it. Have you read the book ________________________________________________________________________________ 2. I cried!0 as sad as it was. and Harry has apparently been taken off his meds. but the sudden change in his character seemed too drastic. It remains a secret that he has grown up and has faced dangers with Sarasa that his siblings can't even imagine. _____________ The real story seemed to happen in the last 1/3 of the book and this part I loved. you feel a whole new level of intensity and excitement by the time you get to the end. In some instances this works . _____________ Order of the Phoenix is a different kind of book. It just seemed like it didn’t fit with his character. . In this extra.satisfying.

but she holds her own several times against the Blue King. c. The possible arrangement is …. A nice romance is blossoming. The characters are extremely well developed. 1. and I actually enjoyed this volume much more than volume one.(3) While the style used to draw the eyes is not my favorite by any means. only to be torn apart when the city succumbs to the water from the broken dam. but on the other hand I found it easy to pick up here. Thus.. b. (Your won choice) Review Planner Orientation ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Interpretative ____________________________________________________________ . Sarasa and Shuri (disguised as a monk) are participants in a race for their lives for the Blue King's amusement. (4) On the one hand I feel a bit out of the loop jumping from volume one to volume five. then write a review about the movie.. (5) Even though I skipped three volumes. Spiderman 2 3. a. Her realtionship with Shuri is growing (and his secret of being the Red King is still safe as well). This volume is action-packed with some very tense scenes. and Shuri is confronted with a new visage of the Blue King.. and ultimately helps to end his reign. d. Basara is maturing into the perfect shojo manga.. 4. Anna and the King 2. She finds some unexpected allies and disillusions the people to what their king and their god really are. but only long enough to be made a sacrifice to the dragon god. Independent Construction of Text Activity 9 Choose one of the following movie. but is still tense . and even minor characters are distinct — without overpowering the main characters. Jaelangkung 5. Despite mouthing off to the Blue King. it is still evident that Sarasa's secret (taking over her dead brother's identity as the "Child of Destiny" to free her people) is still safe. Eiffel I’m in Love. Shuri gets to be heroic in the beginning (though he is acting selfishly for himself and Sarasa alone). _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ D.. Find the CD. e.. Sarasa is spared . Her feminine side gets to come out when she needs help from Shuri. it does fit with the overall art style which is both wispy and detailed. Charlie’s Angel 6. Watch it. She and Shuri are briefly reunited. Sarasa really gets to shine in this volume. especially with the reader knowing that Sarasa and Shuri are mortal enemies (though they don't know it because they keep their secret identities from each other).

The film is forgettable. What does the writer suggest to the audience? a. Bill has invented a machine that might help predict tornadoes but he needs to test it. . to describe how a film is made c.. Bill and Bill’s new girlfriend and some humorous moments involving the twister-chasing team. how would you judge this film? a. fair e. The first paragraph of the text functions as …. Twister tells the story of tornado chasers trying to test new equipment that will help save lives. not bad c. They should watch the film e. Evaluative summation 05. 04.but he needs to test it. After reading the review. (Stc. d or e Text 1. The story of Twister is about Jo Harding (played by Helen Hunt) and her soon-to-ex-husband Bill (played by Bill Paxton) who goes hunting tornadoes in a race against other twister chasers. excellent b. 4) . This is a movie suitable for the whole family and sure to blow them away This film is really worth watching. to describe a film d. Evaluation b. They should neglect the film c. mediocre 03. Orientation c. bad d. Choose the best answer by crossing a. I found the special effect used in the movie to be excellent and the story easy to follow. c. to entertain readers by telling a story b. b. Explanation d. Interpretative recount e. The purpose of the text is … a. They should make another film b. to inform readers about a good film 02. ….recount ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Evaluation Evaluative summation Uji Kognitif 2 A. a. Along the way there is drama between Jo. (Text Types in English Book 1: 1994:40) 01. to review a film for a public audience e. They should promote the film d.

(prg 3) The underlined words has the similar meaning with… a. he’s there purely for the money. transferring b.moviereviews. The Last Samurai is an epic with excitement. fair e. The expansion of America in Japan c. this film is a huge success because its midsection – set in the samurai village – is intelligent. (www. taking a slightly subversive slap at American capitalist imperialism (which remains that nation’s primary motivation in dealing with the rest of the world).S. there’s no magical transformation here…. mediocre 09. horror e. Visually attractive. who are fighting against the introduction of Western ways that are sweeping aside Japanese tradition. as Algren – without even knowing he’s doing it – seeks redemption and a return to honour in his own life. brains and heart. gentle and patiently treated. … so it’s utterly believable that a burnt-out American drunk could be transformed into an honourable samurai warrior.a. so it’s utterly believable that a burnt-out American drunk could be transformed into an honourable samurai warrior. The samurai war in Japan b.What does the movie tell about? a. c. who has dragged his world-weary. there’s no magical transformation here. animated science fiction 07. opening e. Nathan Algren (Tom Cruise). b. Algren has no commitment to the cause. The Algren transformation from an American drunker to an Honourable samurai warrion 08. Algren cleans up his act and learns the way of the samurai gradually. The film parallels the fate of the samurai to that of American Indians. The underlined words has the similar meaning with… respected respecting a. and because he has nothing else to do other than drink to obscure terrible flashbacks to wartime atrocities. . action d.. becoming d. guiding 10. The underlined word refers to … The reviewer Jo Bill Helen Hunt Paxton Text 2 The Last Samurai Set in 19th century Japan. alcoholic body across the Pacific to help train the Japanese Army to overcome rebellious samurai warriors. no doubt about it. The Kastumoto transformation from Samurai to Wester way of life d. There are several large battle scenes that are stirring and brutal.What is the genre of the movie? a. The westernization of Japan e. The Last Samurai is a war movie. comedy c. Yet the heart of the film is less about war than it is about recovering from the damage of war.What do you think of the movie? Is it good one? a. Algren cleans up his act and learns the way of the samurai gradually. Great to look at and respectful of its subject matter. d. memories of post-Civil War battles against American Indians. drama b. b. e. not bad c. changing c. Civil War veteran. excellent b.com: 2007) 06. The Last Samurai focuses on an embittered U. bad d.

a. Nia Donny a. poster 13.Where do you know the review above ? a. What kind of text is it? a. e. 14. since b. in order that e. Nia Donny : What is the person who gives instruction to the movie player to act called? :…. b. unless d. advertisement b. respectful respectable respect 11. since . d. while 16. in internet Text 3 12. brochure c. actor actress editor director screen writer : What is the person who composes a movie scenario called? :…. I will take acting class this year ________I can be a movie star someday a. because c.c. d. actor actress editor director screen writer 15. in a TV broadcast d. in a newspaper b. in a booklet c. e. c. in a newspaper e. leaflet e. pamphlet d.The director can’t continue the making of the movie ________the producer provides more money.

d. he is rich. Her mother often advises Linda to pay more attention to her study. while 18. so since unless however although 19.. she saw an accident a. e. : What do you think Mr. d. ___________Shinta was on her way home from the shooting location. because unless in order that while 17 . she never listens. Hartono is. because c. Nina Ani a. he never looks down on the poor. … . my sister prefers to go to the beach. e. since b. in order that e. but although so despite and 20. unless d. My brother wants to go hiking in the mountains . Ani? : I think he’s a very good person …. c. b. moreover consequently on the other hand otherwise in spite of . … . c.b.

. Look at the sample below. They will not be printed in your test book.PELATIHAN 1 UJIAN NASIONAL 2007 Listening Section (Question 1 – 20) In this section of test. 04. with special directions for each part. c. find the number of the question and mark your answer. When you hear the question and five statements look at the picture in your test book and choose the statements that best describes what you see in the picture.. you should choose answer (d).. PART 1 Questions : 1 – 4 Directions : For each questions.. b. d.. The questions and the statements will be spoken two times. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speaker says. 03.. Sample answer : . you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English.. a.. There are four parts of this section. you will see a picture in your test book and you will hear a question followed by five statements. Look at the picture in your test book... best describes what you see in the picture. e. 02... Then on the answer sheet. Woman : What is the man doing ? Man : . A b c d e Statement (d) “He is taking a photograph of the Woman”. 01. Therefore.. He is looking at the picture of the two Woman He is sitting in the garden holding a camera He is pointing at the two Woman He is taking a photograph of the Woman He is talking to the Woman..

a. The porter 18. a. 7 e. you will hear a statement or a question spoken in English. The statement or question and the responses will be spoken two times. At an airport b. Seven nights c. describe the smugglers d. 11. read the five possible answer and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard. First we went into the small courtroom. the court reporter. This had been used from the late 1800’s to 1980’s. At a department store 17. c. 3 d. c. Senior High School from Sidney Distance High School history class had an exursion to the police and Justice Museum near Circular Quay. a. because he has planned it Yes. b. At a restaurant d. There was a place where the jury sat and high bench for the judge. 4 2 e. Greece e. c. the defendant. 3. The manager c.. Quickly 13. At a hotel c. Three nights d. . Straightly b. you will hear two conversation. b. They will be spoken two times. the judge. report an event to the police e. a. d.20 . How to go to the National Gallery Some historical stories What is displayed in the National Gallery Paintings Statues 1 d. A problem of doing business in Japan b. followed by five responses. a. Mark your answer on your answer sheet 09. the defence and the prececusion. Mark your answer on your answer sheet PART III Questions 11 – 15 Directions In this part of the test. also spoken in English. 15. read the five possible answer and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard. Gradually d. inform readers about events of the day. a. 05. Miss baker b. d. 8 d. a. Five nights 19. Slowly c. 6 14. 5 e. How to do business in Japan d. 20. Mark your answer on your answer sheet 08. 2005. You have to choose the best response to each statement or questions. The purpose of the text is to . 21. because he doesn’t like Italy Yes. 1993.PART II Questions : 5 to 10 Directions : In this part of the best. c. The visitor e. Switzerland Directions : In this part of the test. b. We saw vest helmets and weapons used by outlaws. The American business persons e. Four nights e. Directly e. When we took part in a mock trial. a. because he doesn’t like traveling No. e. Mark your answer on your answer sheet 07. Paris Italy Spain d. a. b. We found the defendant not guilty. At a cafe e. Mark your answer on your answer sheet 06. After the trial. you will hear 2 short texts. 5 3 This is end of the listening section TEXT 1. This text is for questions 21-22 On April.. d. They will be spoken two times. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. a. entertain readers c. a. How to make a decision in Japan 12. if the woman asks him to PART IV Question 16 . tell past events. Six nights b. The receptionist d. They will not be printed in your test book. We learnt about the Graime and Thorn case. After you hear a text and the questions (s) about it. based around the murder of Charles Wright on 1 October. We enjoyed our visit to the Police and Museum and learnt about the evidence and how crime are solved. We acted as witness. we were taken around the museum. After you hear a conversation and the questions about it. The Japanese way of business c. b. if he has the chance to go abroad Yes. 16. No. Mark your answer on your answer sheet 10.

"Come and look at the pot. The media industry is expanding. “ We admit to having a hard time forecasting the heavy rainfall in Bogor on Wednesday that caused a major river in Jakarta to overflow. And remember ! The Caliph is not a bad man 26.” he said. This text is for questions 26-28 children crying? I can see that the food will soon be ready. to entertain. He gave it quietly to the poor woman and said to her. Then the man said to the woman. He went among his people and heard what they said about him and his rule. Heavy rainfall in West java.. c. to explain d. She wanted to get them tired and go to sleep. a person who commit a crime e. The media industry. How does the last paragraph function towards the whole story ? a. He also took care to rule justly. He often went out at night. making the weather unpredictable. to describe c. She answered.. a person who get a present d. to describe a person. The potential market is huge – over 310 million people in the European community. It shows how the writer made conclusion b. the Caliph is selfish b. e. but over 650 million in Pacific Rim 23. It shows how the man closed the story TEXT 4. The woman had no food." He went away quickly. He became Caliph after the death of Abu Bakr. e. These poor children have no father and food. and warned that there would be more overflowing rivers in the city. the Caliph is wise e. . "Peace upon you. When he went in. to critic an art work. but her children were very hungry. "If you need food again you must go to the Caliph and ask him. and that :m one disobeyed the rules of the religion. . explained to The Jakarta Post that April to May was the transition period from the rainy season to the dry season. "The Caliph never thinks of his people. c. The Americana media and communication industries are looking all over the globe for new opportunities.. a. To explain a person d. dressed like an ordinary Bedouin. Although many companies are investing in the fast-growing European media industry. One night he passed by a house where he heard children crying. b. a person who saw an event taking place TEXT 2. and Asia. the Caliph is rich c. he took care that everyone had enough to eat. b. New homes are being built in Europe d. It shows how the woman ended the story c. Big market c . It is your right. Hollywood produces many big movies 25. Their mother was standing in front of a pot on the fire. the Caliph is so generous d. head of weather forecast from the BMG. and walked along the houses of the town. e.. According to the article. Steam was coming out of the pot and the mother was stirring the `food'. something to be presented c." He saw a few stones in the boiling water. Arab rule spread to many countries outside Arabia under Omar. He wilt always give you some. b. Can't they wait?" The woman looked up with pain and anger in her eyes. Movie industry TEXT 3. what does “ Hollywood” represent ? a. The man wondered. and along its streets. West Java through the end of this month. When he became Caliph. he saw a few children sitting in the corner of the room. Which of the following is the main topic of the article ? a.. The text tell us . She asked her hungry children many times to wait until the food was ready. This text is for questions 29-30 Omar lbn-ul-Khattab was one of the greatest early Caliph. This text is for questions 23-25 Hollywood is no longer just in California. good old woman Why are the The Meteorology and Geographics Agency (BMG) said on Thursday that there was a possibility of sporadic heavy rainfall in Bogor. To inform 27. Today the entertainment industry is finding new homes in Europe. American enterprise d. The communicative purpose of this text is …. It shows how the problem was solved d. It shows how the man gave conclusion e." Then she whispered in his ear. To give a view of an art work. He thinks of himself. 29. The communicative purpose of this text is …. He went up to the woman and said. "Please wait for me I shall soon be back. what was wrong. He fetched a large bag foil of bread and other things from his home. a..22. To entertain. and carried it on his back to the poor woman and her children. to inform 24. What did the woman think of the Caliph ? a. There was no food at all in the pot. a. b. The underlined word means. many industry executives believe the biggest long-term opportunity is in China and other countries in Southeast Asia. We acted as witness.. All executives b. a. something to be informed b. e. Achmad Zakir. There are many opportunities in Hollywood... China is big market today.. Latin America. Ahmad Zakir’s explanation. the Caliph is kind 28.

. Piranhas have large head and short thick extreme circumstances in our life. Piranhas will attack and eat each other. It’s like the life we’re living ! We experience other. are touching and impressive because we can observe The most noticeable thing about Piranha fish is the the reflection of our lives from movies. They usually eat other fish smaller than themselves c. weighing 50 kilos ( 100 ponds) 35. Sometimes Piranhas will attack and eat each cry . The muscles moving the jaws are small and d. Movies are created because people Piranha fish are the fiercest animals in the world.. e. c. b. and simply going through all that There are about 18 kinds of piranha fish. Piranha fish has a large mouth e. not real e. We should be ready for that a.” ( Pr. To describe 36. especially for Bogor. They live in the fresh water rivers. certainty There were several reasons why we like movies so much ? TEXT 5. we can always see that movies are not so fictitious after all “ ( Paragraph 2 ) 32. soundtrack makes movies so real these features held the piranha to swim fast through the e. What are schools in the text mean . The a. regularity the movie stars? The directors? The soundtrack ? The b. We have to go through that circumstances 31. called schools. called a Capybara.. good or bad. quantity e. The thread gets blown over to a branch by the wind.. true c. the movies stars make movies impressive The tail is slender and muscular. Which statement is TRUE based on the text ? razor sharp edges of the teeth chop out pieces of flesh. It is one of the Therefore. from it in the form of moving pictures.c. It lives in the go to through. “ . The difficulty in predicting the weather in Indonesia. invented b. sad movies make us cry water. b. it can be clearly seen that movies most dangerous fish. Have you ever wondered what The underlined word has the closest meaning to . . That’s what makes Venezuela to Northern Argentina. “First. We should keep in mind. We should cry all the time b. EXCEPT . makes movies so touching and really impressive? Is it a. They are usually about 20 cm ( 9 inches long) but keep in mind that it’s just a period in life that we have to one kind can be as much as 60 cm (two feet). The piranha fish eat a large South American rat-like animal. . TEXT 6. Hey…. capability pictures ? or is it the story that we can really relate to ? c. The mouth has a lot of triangular teeth with sharp point. based on people’s experience. Its tail fins are broad. All d. called a keel. This text is for questions 31-33 First. To amuse the readers e. Only four enriching already. movies are so real because they are created teeth of the upper and lower jaws fit together like scissors. imagined d. These fish hunt in groups... a. Piranha fish has large mouth with of triangular teeth with sharp point. just bodies. A weather forecast by the BMG. Sao Francisco river from Eastern Brazil.that there was a possibility of sporadic rainfall in Movies are always fascinating. movies are fascinating because people love On the back of the Piranha fish there is a ridge movies.. movies can always make us laugh or themselves. d. The piranha fish eat Capybara c. experienced something that motivated them to express They live in the fresh water rivers of South America. 1) people who love movies. circumstances in our life ? a. The muscles moving the jaws are big and very powerful. c.. They usually eat other fish smaller than Second. Piranhas have large head and short thick bodies. Then she makes another two threads and makes a Y shape. The antonym of the underlined is …. Next she makes more threads and they look like .in the city. There is another keel running along it belly. A spider web looks delicate. very weak e. What should we do when we faced extreme to a skeleton in less than 60 seconds. probability d. The 34... The transition period from the rainy season to the dry season. we can always see that movies are not so fictitious after all.. real d. . This text is for questions 37-39 33.000 times a spider’s weight. Piranha fish are the fiercest animals in the world. a. a. What is the social function of the text above ? b. To explain . c. but it is very strong. b. To retell events d. These are the characteristics of piranha. large mouth. It can hold 4.. movies so real. Piranhas fish hunt in groups TEXT 7. We can always laugh d. Whenever we’re confronted with kinds attack man. This text is for questions 34-36 30. The points pierce the skin of the prey. To persuade the readers e. the ups and downs. But how does it form ? First the spider spins a thread of silk.

he is searching for a necklace featuring an historic blue diamond and that is rumored to have sunk with the ship. out back in. c.nz/r/assessment/exam plars/eng/ anything to prevent Jack seeing Rose. Attempting to commit suicide. To get the food d. listen d. e. to get a job b. www. a raffish and charming third-class passenger. The film cost a phenomenal amount to make. but d. to give report how spider web is formed sumptuous and the effects that go into the sinking of b. It is the best film romance It is the worse film romance It deserves the highest praise she really loves Titanic It deserves the best praise The following numbers have No relation with the text above. to become a famous artist 42. was listened b. To breed written any real depth. to describe what spider’s web is more personal. c. This is how a web is formed. In particular. to evaluate the necessity of cars in the city e. she makes another two threads 40. I absolutely love Titanic. cleans c. . I … a play on the radio a. to explain how to make spider web its greater purpose is to make the effect of the tragedy e. b. Toni : Who has cleaned this class Tuti : Rini Bagas : What? Tuti : I said that Rini … it a. to describe something that happens wheel. in spite of the disapproval of both her mother and Hockley.tkl... Her mother ( Frances Fisher ) had a good breeding but little money. she was saved by Jack Dawson ( Leonardo DiCaprio). 43. d. Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio make a fine job of playing the young couple. she makes more threads. Policeman : I’m afraid I must ask what you did at 10 p. her and it largely succeeds on all counts.Y : Well. the spider spins a rope of wool c.org. c. Why does a spider form a web ? the romance is occasionally rather overdone and a. had cleaned e. listened e.. The drawing is shown on a TV news program. To play with DiCaprio does struggle at times to give his character as b. so she was taking Rose to America to marry rich Cal Hockley ( Billy Zane ) – a match that Rose would rather have avoided. d. He believes he is on the right track when his crew retrieves a safe in which he finds a sketch of a beautiful woman wearing the diamond. To stay as her nest e. to marry a rich man Cal Hockley e. However. c. they look like spokes of a a. to critique an art work or event for a public audience TEXT 8. she tells them her story. spending is visible on screen. to divorce with her husband Cal Hockley d. to persuade readers that something is in the d. Why was Rose’s mother take Rose to America ? a. as she was known then. to inform how to make spider web the ship are grippingly realistic. except Rose’s life and the effect her experiences have had on …. a. This text is for questions 40-42. sits in the middle and waits for food. and most of that 37. was 17 years old. although 38. When questioned by the treasure hunters. and all of the movie will always hold a special place in my heart. to introduce readers that here are many problems. the spider spins a thread of silk b. To waits for other mates Although the film is a personal romance set amidst a greater disaster story. has cleaned d. b. a. What does the reviewer opinion about Titanic. it is also the story of 39. Everything about it looks a. The purpose of the text is . These are the steps a spider do to make a web. Brock Lovett ( Bill Paxton ) is a somewhat ruthless treasure hunter searching for profit under the sea in the debris of the wrecked liner Titanic.m.spokes of a wheel. yesterday. the spider goes in a spiral. When she joined the Titanic for her maiden voyage Rose DeWitt Bukater ( Kate Winslet ). am listening . is cleaning 44. Jack and Rose started to spend time together. and an old lady called Rose Dawson Calvert ( Gloria Stewart ) comes forward claiming that she is the woman in the drawing. Hockley would have done 41. and falsely accused him of theft. The purpose of the text is … . to describe a kind of spiders The romantic thread is appealing enough. the historic events that followed were to change everything. . ultimately falling love. Cameron’s “ Titanic” is justly recognized as something of a masterpiece. out back in case e. Then the spider goes in a spiral. cleaned b. to looked a new place to live in c.

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: Have you heard that my mother will be awarded for her effort to make the community aware of the importance to 48. Deni : When are you going to meet me? keep the environment clean? Diaz : Tomorrow at 2 o’clock. Raissa : Yes, I think she deserves recognition for Deni : Ok, By the time you came to my house, her effort. Congratulations. the whole family…our lunch. In the dialogue, Mika expresses his … on his mother’s Finish d. had finished success finished e. will have finished a. pride d. approval has finished b. interest e. judgment c. curiosity 49. A tourist : That post office looks very old. When did people build it? 46. Andika : As a poultry owner, you have to be more A guide : Oh, it … long time ago careful with the flu pandemic. a. builds d. was built Chintya : Don’t worry ! I have had my men clean the b. built e. had built cages. c. is built From the dialog we know that …. . a. Andika asks Chintya to clean the cages. 50.Johan : What do you think of the meeting last b. Chintya asks Andika to clean the cages night? c. Chintya has asked his men to clean the cages. Susi : If Ryan had not come, the problem d. Andika is asked to clean the cages by his men. could have been solved e. Andika and Chintya will clean the cages together. We can conclude from Susi’s response that … a. they can solve the problem 47. Mother : What’s the matter with you, son. You don’t b. Suzy herself solved the problem visit me as often as you used to. c. they could not solved the problem Son : If I hadn’t sold my car, I could have visited d. Ryan helped to solve the problem you more often. e. the problem has not been solved The underlined words mean that .... a. he had visited his mother more often b. he has sold his car PELATIHAN 2 UJIAN NASIONAL 2007 Sumber Listening Ujian Nasional Susulan 2005/2006 Kode P 12

c. he had not sold his car d. he didn’t like visiting his mother e. he planned to sell his car.

Listening Section. ( Questions 1 – 20 ) In this section of test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. There are four parts of this section, with special directions for each part. PART 1. Questions : 1 to 9 Directions : 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 four possible answers and decide which one would be the best answers to the question you have heard. Now listen to a sample question. Diperdengarkan Man : How about exercising tomorrow morning ? Woman : Alright. Pick me up at six.

Pertanyaan diperdengarkan Narrator: What will the man do ? Ditulis pada lembar soal siswa : a. Come to her house. b. Give an exercise book to her. c. Leave the woman alone d. Greet the woman. Sample answer. O O O O a b c d The best answer to the questions is “ Come to her house.” Therefore, you should choose answer ( a ) 01. a. There is a van full of boxes. b. There is an alternative route c. There is a radio Trijaya report d. The road is totally blocked 02. a. Let call the plumber

b. c. d. 03. a. b. 04. a. b. c. d.

I’ll take it with me Here is the key Let me try Blouses and pants Books and pens d. Radios and TV sets e. Bananas and apples

c. Victims of accidents d. A traffic accident in Rembang 15. a. b. c. d. A diesel truck and a Kijang van Diesel Kijang and a truck A Kijang and a train Two diesel vans This is the end of the listening section TEXT 1. This text is for questions 16 to 19. A Fire The guests in the Apollo Hotel had an unpleasant experienced yesterday when a fire broke out on top floor of the building. The fire had started in the early morning while most of the guests were still sound asleep. One guest who happened to be awake already thought he smelt smoke. He went out into the corridor and informed a passing bell-boy. Then, they saw smoke coming around the corner at the other end of the corridor. The two of them immediately raised the alarm. While the hotel guests ran along the corridor, banging on every door and shouting “ Fire ! Fire !”, the bell-boy alerted the rest of the staff and telephoned the fire brigade. The other guests, rudely awakened by the hanging and the shouts, rushed out of their rooms. Most of the guests were still in their pyjamas. The guests were led to safety outside the hotel by the hotel staff. In no time, the fire engines arrived. A team of firemen hurried to an upper floor of the hotel to investigate the source of the fire, while the rest of them remained on the ground floor to prepare to fight the flames. By now the whole building was filled with thick, black smoke. The firemen who had gone upstairs soon found that the fire had started in the storeroom on the top floor. Luckily, the fire itself was not very big. After an hour battle, the firemen had the fire itself under control. A spokesman at the hotel later estimated that the damage caused by the fire would total around fifty million rupiah. However, he added that it was fortunate that none of the hotel guests had been hurt in the fire. The police are still investigating the cause of the fire. 16. In which part of the Apollo Hotel did the fire take place ? a. Along the corridor b. In the guests room c. On the ground floor d. At the end of the corridor. e. In a storeroom on the top floor. 17. What is the purpose of the text ? a. To describe a certain hotel b. To give readers amusement c. To explain why something had occurred

He helps Tina He refuses to help He carries Tina’s stuff He says sorry for doing wrong d. At a store e. At a restaurant d. In an office e. On a plantation

05. a. At home b. At a hotel 06. a. At home b. On a farm 07. a. b. c. d.

Ani suggests that they go the mountain. Ani makes Budi go to the canteen Ani refuses to go to the canteen Ani loves to go to the canteen d. At a barber shop e. At a supermarket

08. a. At an office b. At a restaurant 09. a. b. c. d. It’s good time How about at 4 p.m. We’ll meet at that time I’ll be coming, don’t worry

Part II. Questions 10 to 15. Directions : 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 speakers 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. 10. a. b. 11. a. b. 12. a. b. c. d. 13. a. b. c. d. 14. a. b. Sharks. The “ Shark” movie 60 feet long 40 feet long d. dangerous fish e. Great white shark d. 40 inches e. 6 inches

To tell shopper, where the sporting goods are. To inform about and describe the lost boy To inform about and describe the store To describe the sporting goods section A blue T-shirt A white sweat shirt A black baseball cop A blue and white sweat shirt A dying passenger Rembang regency

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the defeated pirates the peasant’s wife Momotaro, the peach boy

18.The fire brigade knew about the fire after … a. the police told them b. a guest telephoned them c. the bell-boy informed them d. they heard people shouting “Fire” e. they saw the smoke coming from the hotel 19. “The guests in the Apollo Hotel had an unpleasant experienced yesterday when a fire broke out on top floor of the building. “ ( Paragraph 1 ) This part of the text is called … a. an event d. a re-orientation b. an argument e. a recommendation c. an orientation TEXT 2. This text is for questions 20 to 24. Once upon a time, there lived in Japan a peasant and his wife. They were sad couple because they had no children. They kept praying to their god pleading to give them a child. While cutting wood by a stream one day, the man saw a large peach floating on the water. He ran to pick it up. His wife was excited because she had never seen such a large peach before. They were about to cut the peach when they heard a voice from inside. The couple were too surprised to do anything. The peach then cracked open, and there was a beautiful baby boy inside. The couple were very happy, of course. They named the baby Momotaro, which means ‘ Peach boy ‘ Momotaro grew up to be a clever, courageous young man. His parents loved him very much. One day, Momotaro told his parents that he was going to fight the pirates who always attacked their village. These pirates lived on an island a few kilometers away. Momotaro’s mother packed his food, and his father gave him a sword. Having blessed Momotaro, they sent him off on his journey. Sailing on his boat, Momotaro met an eagle going in the same direction. They became good friends, soon, both of them arrived on the island of the Pirates. Momotaro drew out scared sword his father had given and began to fight the pirates. The eagle flew over the thieves’ heads, pecking at their eyes. Finally, the pirates were defeated. Momotaro brought home all the goods that the pirates had stolen. His parents were proud of him, and they were overjoyed at his victory and safe return. 20. The story happened … a. in Japan b. on the boat c. by the stream d. in village e. on the island of the pirates

22. “Having blessed Momotaro, they sent him off on his journey.” ( Paragraph 5 ) From the sentence we know that Momotaro’s parents … him to fight the pirates. a. joined d. allowed b. refused e. declined c. forbade 23. When the peasant and his wife saw a beautiful baby boy inside the large peach, they …. And named him Momotaro. a. felt annoyed d. were very glad b. were anxious e. looked surprised c. seemed afraid 24. What do we learn from the story ? a. We should do our best b. Momotaro is a brave man c. There is no gain without pain d. Happiness will find you if you try e. The peasant and his wife are good persons TEXT 3. This text is for questions 25 to 27. Many people imagine the sea-horse to be a real horse in the sea. This is not true at all. The seahorse is so called because it is a tiny creature with a horse-like head which lives in the sea. Sea-horse are found mostly in warm seas. They have a long. Flexible tail which is used for wrapping around weeds for support. They swim in an upright position, their movements being helped by a rapidly oscillating fin on their back. The male seahorse has a pouch in its abdomen. The female seahorse lays her eggs in this pouch. The most remarkable thing about the seahorse is that part of the process of reproduction is taken over by the male creature. Once the female seahorse has laid her eggs in the male creature’s pouch, she leaves. The hatching of the eggs is done by the male fish. Mating begins with the male and the female sea-horses doing a courtship dance. The male and the female creatures swim around each other in the circles. At the end of the dance, the male appears to bow to its partner; but in actually, the male is bending to pump water from his pouch. Next, the female fish lay eggs into the male’s pouch. About two hundred eggs are laid. The pouch then closes up. The female sea-horse now swim away, leaving the male sea-horse to do hatching. The eggs are hatched about a month later. The young sea-horses are ejected from the male creature’s pouch by means of muscular contractions. The sea-horse feeds on tiny fish and creatures by sucking them into its mouth.

21. Who is the main character in the story ? a. the lucky peasant b. the blessed child

the air is said to be ‘oversaturated’. The air rises in the sky d. has chopped the end of his finger off with a pen knife and has made himself ill by drinking a half of a bottle of Detol. To persuade readers to breed the sea-horse c. travel b. to share an amusing story with readers e. With its famous Roman baths. To warn people about the danger of rain e. cafes and many good restaurants. constant c. The Standard Post.” ( Paragraph 2 ) The underlined word means … a. Now Allen’s grateful father. To share experience in a rainy season. heavy b. to inform about a place b. advantageous 34. excellent hotels. It makes the sky cold. To amuse readers with the information d. c. annoying b. It washes away waste c. wonderful d. What do you think about the sea-horse’s reproduction process ? a. To inform readers of the sea-horse’s process of reproduction. eject the young sea-horses d. The air cannot carry the water particles as they are so … that they fall as rain. To explain how to breed the sea-horse d. He believes the nursing sister is a member of his family. where he has been such a regular visitor. he is taken to the children’s hospital in Sydeham. The air higher up in the sky is cold and heavy. “ … from the water. What happens after the air is saturated ? a. What is the purpose of the text ? a. You can enjoy walking around the small streets. too. strange b. Rain is advantageous because it brings water for all living things. What is the purpose of the text ? a. but already his parents are convinced he’s a walking disaster. This is why this air rises. The younger has cracked his head falling into an empty swimming pool. has raised £ 6500 for the hospital to buy a neonatal monitor to measure babies breathing and temperatures. to amuse readers with a beautiful object 33. enjoyment c. The air is constantly moving e. 32. The purpose of the text is … a. To persuade readers to prevent much rain TEXT 5. Each time another disaster strikes Allen. uninteresting e. a. Vapour is actually the gaseous form of water. This text is for questions 35 to 39. To explain how rain is formed b. light 29. But don’t take your car into the city centre-parking. b. tiny e. pump water from its abdomen TEXT 4. trip d. or you can see the city from the water. miserable c. feed the baby sea-horses c. because too much rain will cause floods which can wash away people. Vapour is a part of air. to describe a particular place c. It makes the weather hot d. Exciting e. with a boat cruise on the river Avon. The water particles then falls as rain. hatch the eggs. 28. To describe a particular sea-horse e. Amazing d. c. 30. and its many museums. Bath is one of the most beautiful cities in the country. When the water are too heavy for the air to carry. hot d. The following is how the rain is formed. Bath is very … a. the vapour presents in it. street trader Allan Davies. cools and changes to water. Peculiar 27. 3 March 1980 Prone Allen Davies is only five. Vapour fills the air. This text is for questions 28 to 31. The hot air rises at a certain level. It is also a large number of interesting shops and streets markets. b. with a boat cruise on the river Avon. houses and other valuable properties. The air is filled with tiny particles known as ‘vapour’. In the summer there are lots of places to eat outside. unique c. This text is for questions 32 to 34. It damages valuable properties 31. What is bad about rain ? a. to tell how wonderful something is d. When the hot air rises to acertain level. its eighteenth century architecture. It damages useless properties e. This is known as ‘condensation’. It falls as rain b. that is impossible in Summer. But rain can be disastrous. so it sinks. keep some food for its babies e. drive TEXT 6. liner e. The male sea-horse has a pouch in its abdomen to … a.25. To describe what a sea-horse 26. b. . The rising of hot air and the sinking of cold water cause the air to move. The air around us is constantly moving because the air near the surface of the earth is hotter and lighter.

a. school exams b. The children’s hospital in Sydenham 39. 40. get a TOEFL Score d. 2004. said it all started when Allen was a year old. This text is for questions 44 to 46. The purpose of the text is … a.16:30 2002. Please contact 3452024 for details. a. . The trader’s Association d. entertain 41. – 3:00 p. accessible b. a device used to measure babies’ breathing and temperature 37. Prone Allan Davies who always gets disasters during his childhood.GMAT or GRE) registration is now available at EAS.13:00 Pre-Admission Orientation ( PAO ) : Every Thursday from 1:00 p. criticize d. the horrible thing happened to his was … a. general requirements for applying to a collage and among other topics. to inform readers about a newsworthy event d. RAFTERS New Services at EAS International test (TOEFL. This program highlights information on the educationnal system in the USA. Monday – Friday : 8:00 . This test is for individual who intend to familiarize themselves with the TOEFL test formal. “ … his parents are convinced he’s a walking disaster. d. announce c. A neonatal monitor. select a university c. to share an amusing event with readers c. He’s been taken to hospital at least 10 times. 35. Allen’s mother e. and Malang. Seats are limited and filled on a first-come-first-serve basis. suitable d. fleeing the economic difficulties that destroy the country. agreeable e. the street trader and his family b.GMAT or GRE) registration is now available at EAS. encourages someone to do something TEXT 7.” ( Paragraph 1) The underlined phrase means a disaster that … a. services e. makes someone aware d. employee’s activities c. he had been taken to the hospital at least 10 times. he drank half a bottle Detol. You don’t have to worry for your test registration. to report a result of an observation b. dependable c. The test will be held every Tuesday with the minimum 10 participants. 1 ) The word “ available “ means … a. a. tests d. he fell over and cut himself in his forehead c. Allen’s grateful father c. a. selecting the appropriate institution. b. He fell over and cut himself and had to have stitches in his forehead. he cracked his head falling into an empty swimming pool. It is also good indicator of how an individual will score on the International (CBT) test. Surabaya.International test (TOEFL. Since then he has not stopped. Berwick Trader’s Association that raised the cash c. 38. products 42. ( Pr. he chopped the end of his finger off with a pen knife e. keeps moving b. e. When Allen was a year old. apply for the a job b. What is the text about ? a. Saturday : 9:30 . Allan Davies. persuade b. Change of Hours of Operation at EAS : In order to provide more service to students please note that our hours of operation will change as follows beginning April 1. The text is about …. Jakarta.m. Davies supported by the Lewisham and Berwick Street trader’s Association raised to cash with the help of celebrities.His wife. to describe a walking disaster in our environment 36. A weekly magazine b.m. profitable TEXT 8. This text is for questions 40 to 43. Margareth. Institutional TOEFL Test : The test will be held in each of our for centers : Medan. e.To … one should attend Pre-Admission orientation. to persuade readers to be careful with their kids. Carlos Bosch y Joseph Maria Domenech In the summer of 1994 a team of Spanish television reporters shot and interview seven Cubans and their families during the days before their dangerous adventures of taking to the sea in an attempt to reach the United States coast. Mr. Margareth. change of hours of operation 43. Allan Davies who has raised £ 6500 for the hospital d. The purpose of the text is to … about services at EAS. Conducted by EAS. The news is obtained from …. is very dangerous c. is continuously troublesome e. describe e. be familiar with a test e.

his new step father c. Bad c. The purpose of the text is … a. their life in the United States and the lives of those remaining in Cuba are portrayed in details. She is still quite attractive. After reading the review. I am very fond of her but sometimes her behaviour is unreasonable. This film is enjoyable and worth seeing. But there must be something I can do to stop her. Their families are still in Cuba and have no news of them. to describe how to make a film d. d. others have fallen into despair and some have become accustomed to failure. This film illustrates about Seven Cubans and their families who struggle for their life to have a better life in the United States. his mother’s relationship with a younger man 49. The man was not really falling in love with his mother e. how do you judge this film ? a. His mother was too fast to make up her mind. What is the purpose of this text ? a. I was very worried about this. to describe a film b. That was when she told me she intended to get married again. Excellent d. his mother’s reason d. To inform readers about a certain event c. Why did the writer feel uncertain with the man ? a.Some time later they manage to locate those who have been rescued at high sea and who are now in a refugee camp in the American base at Guantaname. a thirty-six-year-old man’s wife e. selling drugs becoming their only source of income. marry another man e. change her behaviour . stop the film circulation d. but she said nothing about it until yesterday. This text is for questions 47 to 50. Some still hold on the emigrant’s dream. enjoy the film b. She doesn’t seem to understand I am only trying to protect her from all the problems and unhappiness she will have. 48. Seven years have passed and the evolution of the characters. To tell readers about how to select a spouse e. My mother is a fifty-year-old widow. their destinies. even to men who are much younger than she is. neglect the film c. Can you guess who the ‘lucky man is ?” Naturally. stop her marriage c. 50. Fair b. She and my father were very happy together and I know she has been very lonely since he died. get her husband b. But she refused to listen the reason. The scenes give us inspiration about courage and bravery which are needed in life. What does the writer suggest to the audience ? The writer suggest that the audience … a. have the seminar about the film e. Don’t you agree that it is likely the man is interested only in her money ? 47. I can’t forbid her to get married. to persuade readers to perform a good film 45. He tried to protect his mother. The television team not lost contact with the seven protagonists : the rafts men. The man was too young to get married c. Terrible 46. To persuade readers that a woman should not marry to a younger man. b. To share readers with an amusing incident d. He thought the man might marry his mother only because of money. Obviously. The writer was worried about … a. The writer suggest that his mother should … a. to entertain readers c. do valuable things d. to review a film for a public audience e. 44. spend their time to promote the film TEXT 9. To advice the writer b. Recently she has been seeing with a thirty – six – year.old man whose wife died a few years ago in a car crash. his crazy idea b. Annoying e. I told her I would refuse to come to the wedding or have anything more to do with her if she went ahead with this crazy idea.

c. 12. At a supermarket 08. a. To inform about and describe the lost boy To inform about and describe the store To describe the sporting goods section A blue T-shirt A white sweat shirt A black baseball cop A blue and white sweat shirt 04. At a barber shop e. Diperdengarkan Man : How about exercising tomorrow morning ? Woman : Alright. a.” Therefore. a. At an office b. c. Greet the woman. A dying passenger b. b. 40 inches e. c. b. Let me call the plumber I’ll take it with me Here is the key Let me try Blouses and pants Books and pens Radios and TV sets Bananas and apples b. There is a radio Trijaya report d.PELATIHAN 3 UJIAN NASIONAL 2007 Sumber Listening Ujian Nasional 2005/2006 Kode P 13 Listening Section. b. After you hear a dialogue and the question about it. We’ll meet at that time I’ll be coming. Leave the woman alone d. 6 inches To tell shopper. d. read the four possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard. There is an alternative route c. a. b. you will hear several monologues. a. a. Questions : 1 to 9 Directions : In this part of the test. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. d. a. d. 11. you will hear some dialogues or questions spoken in English. c. you should choose answer ( a ) 01. On a farm 07. Questions 10 to 15. a. where the sporting goods are. c. a. c. Ani makes Budi go to the canteen Ani refuses to go to the canteen Ani loves to go to the canteen d. He refuses to help c. b. At a hotel c. 13. b. c. Come to her house. a. a. b. you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. In an office e. He helps Tina 14. O O O O a b c d The best answer to the questions is “ Come to her house. a. d. Rembang regency c. Sharks. At home b. On an plantation Ani suggests that they go the canteen. b. A traffic accident in Rembang . Pick me up at six. d. PART 1. b. Each monologues will be spoken two times. Directions : In this part of the test. d. They will not be printed in your test book. After you hear a monologue and the questions about it. 03. ( Questions 1 – 20 ) In this section of test. There is a van full of boxes. At a restaurant 09. The dialogues or questions will be spoken two times.m. Sample answer. They will not be printed in your test book. He says sorry for doing wrong 05. At a store 06. Great white shark d. d. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. with special directions for each part. The road is totally blocked 02. b. a. Give an exercise book to her. It’s good time How about at 4 p. a. don’t worry Part II. Pertanyaan diperdengarkan Narrator: What will the man do ? Ditulis pada lembar soal siswa : a. Dangerous fish e. Now listen to a sample question. read the four possible answers and decide which one would be the best answers to the question you have heard. There are four parts of this section. He carries Tina’s stuff d. The “ Shark” movie 60 feet long 40 feet long d. At a restaurant d. At a store e. At home b. 10. Victims of accidents d.

This text is questions 26 to 27. To entertain readers b. to describe the cat d. a. At the door step. 16. look at b. However. in the south mountain e. They were no longer young.” This part of the text is called … a. Ninety percent occurs in the ring of fire which circles the Pacific Ocean. The swans were transformed and Lir saw his children once more. in a shop b. sneezing 19. To give news to readers d. The stepmother. d. sleeping e. . The story took place … a. the stepmother and the swans d. Text 1. resolution d. see c. With grief he searched for his children. The spell could only be broken if the mountain in the north was joined to the one in the south. The children loved the stepmother very much c. The man was moved by the fact that his pet had found her way back from the other side of the town in such a cold weather. He had four children. in Ireland c. Where does the story take place ? a. the man found the cat … on his doorstep a. who lives on the other side of his town. with hair as white as their father’s 20. recognize e. Germany had had enough of his cat. After shopping. conclusion Text 2. whom he loved dearly. b. in a land b. The children loved the King very much b. their stepmother was jealous. In a town c. the swans and the children e. to tell past events c. trembling c. and goes through to the Himalaya as far as South-East Asia. “An old man from Hanover. in stepmother’s home d. One day he Earthquake happens on land under the sea. to classify cats. Who are the characters in the story ? a.d. crying d. When King Lir saw the swans. reorientation b. Germany had had enough of his cat. King Lir b. His beard and hair turned white. This text is questions 20 to 25. King Lir and his four children. the old man returned home from shopping and was surprised to see the cat shivering on his doorstep. The purpose of the text is … a. on the north mountain 21. Good ness wins over badness d. but had grown old. To give solution to readers e. He did not realize who they were. he didn’t …that they were his children. consider 24. The King loved the boys and the girls very much 23. The wicked should be defeated c. c. In Hanover 17. pay attention d. two boys and two girls. two boys and two girls. c. A week later. To tell a true story to readers Text 3. Patience is rewarding e. He took the cat inside and gave her lots of loving attention. King Lir lived long ago in Ireland. The stepmother loved the children very much d. the four children and the stepmother 22. but after many years all the birds flew into the air and formed an area between the mountains. This text is questions 16 to 19. What do we learn from the story ? a. “He had four children.15. He was fed up with her scratching all the furniture and making a mess. So he gave her to his friend. to give a report to the old man 18. although they recognized him as their father. Stepmother are usually wicked persons b. To describe King Lir c. orientation e. She wove a spell that turned the children into swans. Lir was heartbroken. An old man from Hanover. At the ladder e. b. coughing b. King lir. What is the purpose of the text ? a. A diesel truck and a Kijang van Diesel Kijang and a truck A Kijang and a train Two diesel vans This is the end of the listening section saw four swans. complication c. to give solution to readers e. a. whom he loved dearly ” (Paragraph 1) The underlined words mean … a. This seemed impossible. King Lir. which starts in Spain in the west. Many others occurs along the Alpine Belt. He told his friend that he was getting too old look after her. Birds can help people 25. The children loved the King and the stepmother e. on avery cold winter day.

The magnitude or power of an earthquake is measured on Richter scale. Finally when you’ve finished the list. and there is a green house. One of the doors on the right of the hall leads into the living-room. to inform a good house to readers c. enable you to … your food intake. where there are five bedrooms. Next to this room. The house is in 2. There are the F-Plan. There are about a million earthquakes every yearany vibration in the earth is an earthquake. The house is situated at the bottom of the Chess valley next to the River Chess. The shock of an earthquake can sometimes be felt hundreds of kilometers way. Any magnitude that is measured by the Richer scale e.. A wide staircase takes you to the first floor. to lose weight 29. a.2 on the Richter scale – killed 750.5 acres of land. A good way to reduce your calorie consumption is to go to places where there is no food. but there were some additions in the 1820s. 26. That’s your meal for the day. b. so there’s a lot of leather and dark. to cut down the food intake c. add c. The worst earthquake so fare recorded was 8. The earthquake usually …anything on earth where it takes place. This is really good for big eaters because compiling the list can cut down the time you spend eating. This text is questions 28 to 31. 32.5 the earthquake in Tangshan province – 8. to give the explanation to readers c. Any explosion in the earth crust b. to describe a particular thing b. arranges Text 4. make up b. builds d. Any violence that happens in the earth crust d. There are long corridors and huge oak-panelled rooms. It seems typically English to me. to describe the way of diet e. USA after the earthquake in Mexico 19851. As you come in through the front door. having a list of everything you eat everywhere c. to entertain readers Text 5. destroys e. a shed. Water splashed in swimming pools in Houston. In 19. etc. A lot of people want to diet because they want … a. There are more different diets nowadays. One useful tip is to keep a list of everything you eat. think about d. Any shake with quick continuous movement in the earth crust. there’s the dining room which has French windows leading onto a small patio Also on the ground floor there is a study. What does “earthquake” mean ? a. throws away c. Starting at 1. to persuade readers to buy a house d. an earthquake killed 830. and it has lovely view of the whole valley. C-Plan. This room faces south. so it’s very sunny. The largest is about 25’ x 20’. You might overeat because the food is everywhere around you. The advantage of keeping a list of everything you eat is … a. and you can imagine all sorts of scenes from history taking place here. The furniture has been chosen to match the style of the house. cutting down the time you spend eating d. to be attractive e. increase 30. cut down e. which means you have to exist on energy drinks. a really vast room which looks out onto the garden. to reduce the calorie consumption b. China has the worst record for earthquake deaths. eat it. For the really serious you can have your jaws wired together. where it does little harm. To chew slowly and enjoy your food you eat. The purpose of the text is … a. This is what we know as amputation. It’s beautiful place to be at any time of the year. You’ll eat least if you learn to chew slowly and savour your food. in the train. to tell past event about how to diet b. choose b. heavy wood. which is unusual. getting more serious problems in cutting down the meal you eat. each number on the scale is ten times more powerful than the number below. to consume less calorie d. The purpose of the text is … a. HOW TO DIET The purpose of dieting is to lose weight.609 km away. compiling the list of the food you eat e. a.000 people in Shanxi province.000 people. In winter it’s warm and cozy and in summer there’s so much to do outside. A large earthquake occurs about every two weeks-mostly under the sea. you find yourself in a large hall with an open free place. for example. In 1556. to share an amusing story with readers . You will cut down your food intake drastically if you chew mouthful 380 times. crashing the diet you have ever had 31. a swimming pool and a tennis court. 28. Avoid using this technique during important business lunches. This text is questions 32 to 34. The oldest parts are Elizabethans. It’s really splendid period property. 27. Any movement in the earth crust c. It’s about 20 miles from London and just outside the village of Chorleywood. to give a report of how to diet d. kitchen and utility room. Crash diets are where you can loose a stone in a week. so that you will become more attractive.9 off the coast of Columbia in 1906. The most effective diet is the XPlan diet.

e. Florida. to persuade readers to be aware of drugs d. move toward the rear of the bus. passengers will know what they paid 43. by his grandma b. “ …a really vast room which looks onto the garden. ATTENTION ! RIDERS 33. to explain how to be a bus driver b. 35. The West palm Beach Hotel police chief offered no immediate comment if the death was drug related. The death of David was announced … a. Stand in the passengers area. he had been visiting his grandma d. Rose Kennedy. problems of the bus driver 42. expensive e. David Kennedy. David Kennedy.. Mrs. injured Text 7. to share an amusing story with readers b. drivers can make change c. b. c. to describe the history of Kennedy’s son c. Pay exact fare when boarding the bus. In a recent biography. The latest tragedy to strike the Kennedy family came to its most vulnerable member. From Alex Brummer in Washington. to describe what a passenger should do 41. to explain how to choose a good house 38. who had a long history of drug problems. was yesterday found dead in an hotel room in Palm Beach. not in the doorways or beside the driver. David’s grandmothers d. they buy a ticket b. to inform readers how to ride a bus d. This text is questions 40 to 43. boring c. The passengers should pay the exact fare because . safety concerns b. and smoking are not allowed on the bus. The text is about … a. The house described seems very … a. Before David was found dead … a. by the west Palm Beach police chief d. The purpose of the text is … a. “ Allow senior citizens and disabled riders to use the priority “ The underlined word means … . a. Mrs. Mrs. antique b. service for all passengers d. a. Robert Kennedy c. Eating. he was described as the most attentive child. to inform readers about a newsworthy event. to persuade readers to obey the rules e. 40. aged 28. rules for riding on buses d. bus routes and fares c. The death of David Kennedy c. the fourth son of Robert Kennedy 37. poor e. Rose Kennedy. where he had been visiting his ailing grand mother. was described as the most self-destructive child of the two assassinated Kennedy brothers The death was announced in a statement from the office of Senator Edward Kennedy on Capitol Hill. Upon boarding the bus. powerless c. enormous Text 6. e. Rose Kennedy. The purpose of the text is … a. David Kennedy. to share amusing events of the day c.. Kennedy e. 36.” ( Paragraph 1) The underlined word means … a. broad b. his murder was still a mystery c. he had been a drug abuse b. wide c. drinking. expensive e. Allow senior citizens and disabled riders to use the priority seating area at the front of the bus. The announcement from senator E. the driver cannot be disturbed e. in a statement from the office of Senator Edward Kennedy 39. wounded b.” (Paragraph 1) The underlined word means … a. by the manager of a hotel in Palm Beach e. to report a tragedy in the Kennedy’s family e. No music without earphone. d. he was killed after visiting his grandma e. sick d. The most destructive child b. “ …where he had been visiting his ailing grandmother. the fourth son of the late Robert Kennedy. haunted 34. the money is easier to count d. remarkable d. This text is questions 35 to 39. What is the text about ? a. by his father. mysterious d. Drivers cannot make change.

To meet the learning needs. The film should be promoted widely . They should see the film b. Disabled children’s psychological development will be better. will be better if they are sent to regular schools 49. Three other brand new songs “ Dilema”. should go to special school c. Everyone has something to offer b. They should neglect the film c. “ Jangan Bilang Pacarku” and “ Semua Orang Berhak Mendapat Rasa bahagia”. normal children has to respect others. Armand Maulana ( Vocalist). It’s always fun to have a piece of Brownies in your mouth. What does the writer suggest to the audience ? a. to inform readers about a good music d. Bujana of GIGI demonstrates his skills in playing acoustic guitar in “ Cinta Terakhir”. To inform to think about their family d. Disabled children has to respect others c. to entertain readers 45. For instant. This can be of benefit to them. 47. poor e. They should make another film d. Text 8. The text talks about disabled children who … a. excellent b. What is the purpose of the text ? a. Therefore. I Gede Dewa Budjana (guitarist). placing disabled children in normal schools is not only benefit to the disabled but also to normal children. To persuade readers that something should be done 48. they’ve created perfect band of movie and songs that makes BROWNIES tastier. Normal children can learn valuable thing d. said. So. Budjana expressed his interest in making a soundtrack album. The purpose of the text is … a. an education expert. the director. sick Text 9. annoying c. which the producer accepted because of the chemistry they created with the movie. should be placed in regular schools d. disabled children should not go to a special school but place them in regular schools with special needs. have to respect others b. They should appreciate the film e. Government should build inclusive education e. give supporting nuances to the movie flow as Gigi composed them by imaging how scenes would like based on the screenplay. “ Bisa Saja “ is chosen as the first single of the album and theme song of BROWNIES. What is the most valuable thing a children learn ? a. To share a problem with readers c. that is one of the most valuable things a child can learn. everyone has something to offer b. As a result. c. Everyone has something to offer. to government should build inclusive education d. Since GIGI can provide a variety of colours to add all kinds of musical nuances to enrich the movie.a. will fell no different to formal children e. bad d. c. This text is questions 47 to 50. and Dewa Budjana of GIGI chatted. To describe disabled children b. When Hanung Bramantyo. to describe GiGI personnel members c. 50. Thomas Ramdhan ( Bass player) and Gusti Erhandy ( drum-stand-in player for Budhi haryono) put a lot of effort into his album. disabled children should not go to special schools e. the producer deemed it necessary to find other musicians to complete Ost of Brownies. Arif Rachman. After reading the review. 44. This text is questions 44 to 46. to address learning needs for all people with a specific focus the government should build inclusive education. they have to learn to respect others. to appreciate an art work of a public audience b.” Disabled children’s psychological development will be better it they are included in a formal environment because they will feel no different from normal kids. b. They also learn about the value of being together. To inform readers how to treat disabled children e. fair e. to describe a good music e. how to the writer judge this album ? a. regular schools can be of benefit to disabled children. since the lyric reflects the story in the movie. Then. the writer suggest that … a. handicapped stupid older d. terrible 46. No movie is perfect without musical score and Ost of Brownies has proved it excellent. But having in your stereo set is more entertaining. he recommended a few of GIGI songs.” Furthermore.

O O O O O a b c d e Statement (d) “ He is taking a photograph of the women. ( Questions 1 – 20 ) In this section of test. He is looking at the picture of the two women b. Sample answer. 01. Look at the sample below. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speaker says. He is talking to the women. find the number of the question and mark your answer.’ best describes what you see in the picture. He is sitting in the garden holding a camera c. He is taking a photograph of the women.4 Directions : For each questions. Then on the answer sheet. They will not be printed in your test book.PELATIHAN 4 UJIAN NASIONAL 2007 Sumber Listening Ujian Nasional 2004/2005 Listening Section. 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. you should choose answer (d). a. . 02. Questions : 1 . with special directions for each part. you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. d. PART 1. e. He is pointing at the two women. Therefore. Woman : What is the man doing ? Man : ……. Look at the picture in your test book. 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. There are four parts of this section.

They will be spoken two times. read the five possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard. They will not be printed in your test book. Some tea d. a. They are guests e. b. They will be spoken two times. University of Zurich 17. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. 08. d. They are officers b. . Mark your answer on your answer sheet. 12. b. c. 10. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. a. d. a. He wanted to meet Hitler He wanted to receive the Nobel Prize. 04. How to get to the shopping center How to shop at the market. a. Orange juice Some water 15. you will hear 2 short texts. They are friends c. a. Hitler and his party b. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. c. Albert Einstein d. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. you will hear a statement or a question spoken in English. After you hear a text and the question (s) about it. Directions : In this part of the test.07. d.15 Direction : In this part of the test. a. station b. They are colleagues PART IV Directions : In this part of the test. In 1955 PART II Questions : 5 to 10. PART III Questions 11 . b. At a college How to get a bus How to get a taxi How far to walk. 06. also spoken in English. You have to choose the best response to each statement or question. They are visitors. Walk to the shopping center c. b. Take a taxi d. In 1933 e. He wanted to talk to other scientists He wanted to make scientific researches He wanted to continue his study. In 1905 c. At the coffee shop. In 1879 b. you will hear two conversation. Ask for direction 03. c. Einstein’s famous work c. d. e. Go to another place Wait for the bus e. a. The statement or question and the responses will be spoken two times. 13. At the police e. In 1919 18. Nobel Prize. a. At Sandra’s office 14. 05. Some coffee Some soft drink e. e. 16. followed by five responses. 11. After you hear a conversation and the questions about it.d. 09. At Rudy’s office c. e. read the five possible answer and decide which one would be the best answer to the question (s) you have heard.

a. d. 20. The Beast wanted to kill him unless Beauty was brought to him. It was raining hard. The purpose of the text is … a. Sandwich b. After receiving news from her sister c. This text is for question 25 – 28. It fun to see. A fairy told her that the Beast was seriously sick. We are having a wonderful holiday. Finally. complication e. a. general classification c. He picked the rose but suddenly an angry beast appeared. On a train c. it looked rain. This text is for question 21 – 14. We then went on all the other rode and lastly did the studio tour. The story tells about . 2007 b. Suddenly. the Beast changed into a handsome Prince. Hot dog 24. Beauty and the Beast c. At the airport. The On the bus b. her roses b. To entertain readers b. It rained about lunchtime but soon after it was fine again. Once upon a time there lived a girl. First Beauty didn’t like the Beast because he was mean. Yesterday was great as we went to Movie World. 2007 d. his dying d. When we got up in the morning. After having a phone call b.19. her love e. Next I saw “ The Flag of Our Fathers”. her tears fell on him c. Beauty’s father went home and told what happened to his daughters. They breathe air with their lungs. She was a very beautiful girl. “ It was fun “ This part of the text is called … a. She began to cry. a. c. On a ship TEXT 1. Beauty and the Beast got married and lived happily ever after. See you next time Love Andrew E. Beauty hurried back to the castle and saw the Beast was dying. 2007 e. resolution . Beauty d. By telling the bad news to her sisters TEXT 3. He saw an old castle with some beautiful roses in it. Mum and Kelly had been in the queue for the “ Harry Potter the Order of Phoenix” and finally got a go. The luggage of the passengers. 21. 25. to tell past events c. to tell a true story 27. to give solution to readers e. What is the purpose of the text ? a. b. her beauty 28. On an aero plane e. How did Beauty know that her father was sick ? a. Beauty could see that her father was sick from the Beast’s magic mirror. Meanwhile. Hot dog and milk shake c. The Beast e. June 31. d. By watching the Beast’s magic mirror e. One day.. When did Andrew and his family go to the Movie World? They went on … a. Lethal Weapon d. One day. The first ride I went on Superman Return. July 1. What did they have while watching the movie ? a. 2007 Dear Frieda. At this point I felt hungry and so I had a milkshake and hot dog. The Beast treated her well. Beauty’s father set out for the city. to describe an event d. But slowly she changed. July 2. One night Beauty had a dream. Preparing for landing An announcement for departure A save place for landing Cabin attendants. 2007 c. Tears fell into the Beast. To describe Beauty c. to give a report of a vacation 22. Her name was Belle but she was called Beauty. The daughters ordered Beauty to stay at the castle with Beast. Sea-lions are sea mammals and are warm blooded. By riding the horse to her home d. The Beast allowed her to go home to see her father. to entertain b. It caused her began to like him. The Beast changed a handsome Prince because of … a. We the decided to go to Movie World. reorientation b. June 30. After a while the clouds disappeared and it became a sunny day. June 29. Afterwards I had a rest. Her father was so happy to see his beloved daughter. Milk shake e. 2007 23. Beauty and the Prince b. 17 Life Road Ginppe 1122 July 1.. She lived with her father and her sisters in a small village. orientation d. To give solution to readers e. This text is for question 29 – 31. TEXT 2. e.. A Wild Beast 26. To give news to readers d.

the bull will kill it. To explain how to breed frogs d. Sea-lions have to come on dry land when they mate and have babies. What is the aim of the text above ? a. When Australian sea-lion pups are born. On land d. They swallow their fertilized eggs and hatch the tadpoles in their stomatichs. 29. Australia’s two species of gastic brooding frogs are even more amazing. This text is for question 32 – 35. Six weeks later the froglets emerge from their mother’s mouth. b. babies frogs 35. . Australian frogs 34. the breeding of sea-lions d. To describe a particular sea-horse e. Not all frogs do this. fish d. Australian sea-lions c. To inform readers about frogs. In the twentieth century Shrewsburry has become the most important shopping centre and has grown rapidly. Up to the 19 century. Australian sea-lions have a body shaped for slipping smoothly through the water and a thick layer of fat underneath their skin. 32. a. the male will lie on her eggs and about eight tadpoles wriggle up into each pocket where they grow into a babies frogs. and they can be found in almost any Australian landscape. after the eggs hatch. sea-lions b. What is the purpose of the text ? a. froglets c. tadpoles enter the water for two weeks to six months. the frogs eats many kinds of insects d. whales TEXT 4. Then. To describe what a sea-horse 30. To inform readers of the sea-horse’s process of reproduction. The eggs that have hatched are called … a. To persuade readers to breed the sea-horse c. Sea-lion eat fish and squid. depending on the temperature. The text mostly talks about … a. Frogs are delightful creatures. the location where ones can find Australian sealions 31. Shrewsburry is the smallest town in English West Midland. Australian sea-lions are about 250 cms long. Australian sea-lions are found along the Southwestern shores of west Australia and most of the South Australian coastline and off shores island. To persuade readers to breed frogs c. When the pup is trying to look for its mother. This text is for question 36 – 39. many kinds of frogs e. lobster and shrimps c. It is about 45 miles from Birmingham and 160 miles from London. To describe the breeding of frogs 33. tadpoles b. F. sharks e. young frog d. Most frogs lay eggs on land or in water. Adult males ( called bulls) grow about 3 metres and are the largest Australian mammal ( they no longer breed in Australia).scientific name for the family they belong to is Neophoca Cinerea ( nee –o – fo – ka Sin – er –ee. adult frog e.a ). fish and squid b. Shrewsburry was an important market town and was a centre of for roads and railways in the region. the frog is nice to eat c. the breeding of frogs b. The text mainly talk about … a. On leaves TEXT 5. sharp teeth and two pairs of short legs with the five-toed feet flattened like paddles or fins. Bull sea-lions are big and dark and they mate with lots of females. The hippocket frog is very interesting example of parenthal care. If a baby pup goes near bull. After the female hip-pocket frog has spawned. Visitors enjoy the beautiful parks by the river and the quiet street in the old part of the town where they can find tea rooms and antique shops. their stomatichs c. Our country is home to more than 220 named species. the mating of Australian sea-lions e. it will starve. To explain how to breed the sea-horse d. they feed on their mother’s milk. They have large nostril. no-other sea-lion will feed it. The oldest part of the town was built in a bend of river Severn and had a wall around it. b. If it can’t find its mother. Where do the hip-pocket frogs hatch their eggs ? G. long. before emerging as froglets ( baby frogs). The female sea-lions are always smaller than the bulls in length and in weight. In water e. To describe a particular frogs e. What do Australian sea-lions feed on ? They feed on … a. In a pond b.

to describe a particular place c. the local resident in port Cita Tubindo c. Harry Potter. Police who boarded the MV Rose ate the Cita Tubindo port in Batam. The source of the news is from … a. Nov 9. Ways to communicate with employees TEXT 8. Sutarman. * take you from the basics through advanced areas of Worker’s Compensation law. and case law. the head of the Riau Island police e. c. wide c. 40. When did Shrewsburry become the most important shopping centre ? a. to explain how to be a manager b.36. to persuade readers to be aware of terrorist d. quietly e. The purpose of the text is … a. Nebraska Our experienced faculty will * alert you to key changes in legislation. he said. How to strategize to keep employees healthy d. to inform readers about a newsworthy event. to inform about a place b. to share amusing events of the day c. But not for the 13 years old boy. “ We are trying to find out if these explosives were legal and what they were intended fro. slowly d. “ Troops found detonators and 63 tons of explosives” (Paragraph 1 ) The underlined word has the closest meaning with … a. to share an amusing story with readers b. found one container filled with detonators and five others packed with 63 tons of explosive powder. Air Force TEXT 7. Harry Potter. he said. information about payment to injured workers. Uncle Vernon and Dudley Dursley who .Gen. to inform readers how to manage a company d. 2006 39. Port Guard c. The purpose of the text is … a. to amuse readers with a beautiful object 37. just south of neighbouring Singapore. summer vacation is something to look forward to. 2007 The Platinum Hotel Omaha.” said Brig. Explosive Found on Chinese ship off Batam JP : Troops found detonators and 63 tons of explosives powder on a Chinese ship anchored off Batam island after it broke down in the Malacca Strait. It is 160 miles from London e. “…Shrewsburry has become the most important shopping centre and has grown rapidly. This text is for question 39 – 41. the crew of ship MV Rose b. * Show you how to anticipate new trends in defense * give you many practical strategies 42. Police b. This text is for question 44 – 46. the national police in Jakarta 41. the local police in Batam Island d. to describe what a manager does 43. refusing to say how many people have been questioned over these case. to report a tragedy in the ship of MV Rose e. The purpose of the text is … a. How to manage good relationship with employee e. to tell how wonderful something is d. He was forced to spend his summers with his Aunt Petunia. In the 20th century c. to share an amusing story with readers e. to persuade readers to attend the seminar e. National and local police are investigating the case. a local police chief said. regulations. to describe a smuggling of explosive c.” The synonym of the underlined is … a. head of the Riau Islands police. It is an important town 38. . fast TEXT 6.AP Adapted from The Jakarta Post Thursday. How employment and hiring laws are made. adding that documents foundd on the ship indicated it was bound for Yemen. Army e. In the 19th century b. b. the Prisoner of the Azkaban For most children. This text is for question 42 – 44. LEGAL EDUCATION SEMINARS PRESENTS … WORKERS’ COMPENSATION : Issues and Strategies Thursday. narrow b. February 1. Navy d. What will be taught ? a. It is 45 miles from Birmingham d.

This film is so long to see b. one of his best friend betrayed him. The unsinkable ship had sunk. I like this film because it kept me wanting to watch next actions.. Sirius Black d. filled with disappointment and anger stomped the dock to watch the ship leave without the Clark family. The film is definitely a worth seeing film ! I recommended this film all ages. to retell events c. He thanked God for saving their lives. Because of the possibilities of rabies. 47. Suddenly Harry was picked up by a triple-decker. making plans for their nine children and themselves to travel to the United States. In the Leaky Cauldron. The good treatment and the pleasant and cheering words a. It was a blessing instead of a tragedy. the Clark family had a dream and his wife worked and saved money. . Black was believed to be responsible for leading lord Voldermort to Harry’s parents and ultimately to their murder. b. . They would not be able to make a trip to America as they had planned. Five days later the tragic news spread throughout Scotland – the mighty Titanic had sunk. to introduce readers that here are many problems. The purpose of the text is … a. but they seemed more interested in probing Harry’s mind than searching for the prisoner. to describe something that happens b. All of these statement are TRUE. to inform an events of newsworthy 49. but they had finally saved enough money and had gotten passports and reservations for the whole family on a new lines to the United Sates. Their dreams to America were dashed. The Prisoner Of Azkaban. Harry read a poster announcing that Sirius Black –an enigmatic convict from the witch-craft and wizardly prison of Azkaban was on the loose. The purpose of the text is . 48. Clark heard the news. A confrontation between Harry and Black was inevitably. The Clark family should have been on that ship. to describe e. When Mr. This text is for question 48 – 50.. It caused Aunt Marge ( sister of Aunt Petunia) to inflate like a monstrous balloon. The school was buzzing with the news of the escaping prisoner of Azkaban. The father set shed tears of disappointment. b. The doctor sew up the boy but hung a yellow sheer on the Clark’s front door. He returned to Hogwart and the three pals were back for the third term at Hogwadt. they were left behind in Scotland. He was actually a servant of Lord Valdermort. Harry ran away from Dursley’s home into the darkness of the night with his heavy trunk and his owl Hedwig. It had taken years. Ron Westley e. the young wizard was shocked by the revelations about his parents that caused him to question exactly who his friends really were. Unfortunately. but because the son had bitten by a dog. b. 44. All of these participants in Harry Potter . to critique an art work or event for a public audience d.. . 45. to share an account of an usual or amusing incident. taking hundreds of lives with it. He never realized that Sirius Black escaped from Azkaban to protect him from Lord Voldermort’s evil plan and that Ron. This film is well edited c. What does the reviewer think about this film ? a. c. The ominous Azkaban guards-the Dementors. Sirius Black had escaped from Azkaban prison and was searching for Harry. Realizing for what he had done. This film is worth to see d.. except . the youngest son was bitten by a dog. Why was Harry "accidently” forced to cast magic spells over Aunt Mage ? Because … He loves them very much He hates them so much They make him angry The ill treatment and the unpleasant insulting words e. However. The father set shed tears of disappointment and cursed both his son and God for their misfortune.detested him. This isn’t worth to see TEXT 9. This actually violated against the rules of wizards which strictly forbade students to cast spells in the world of“Muggles” (nonmagic-world). The entire family was filled with anticipations and excitement about their new life. EXCEPT … a. he ran away after hid secret was revealed. Lord Valdermort 46. a. to evaluate the necessity of novel for readers. he hugged his son and thanked him for saving the family. to persuade readers that something is in the case c. to amuse d. and next actions and so on. Harry Potter felt that his life was in danger. Years ago in Scotland.. violently purple-bus to spend the rest weeks of his summer in a friendly inn called the Leaky Cauldron. The family’s dreams were dashed. seven days before their departure. a. they are being quarantined for fourteen days. Leaky Cauldron c. The father. e. Aunt Petunia b. This film made her cry e. d. The Ill treatment and the unpleasant insulting words forced Harry “accidentally” to cast spells in the non-magic world. but when they finally did.were posted at the school to protect the students from Black.

Andy : No. The father anger stomped the dock to watch the ship leave without the Clark family. b.c. What tragic news was it ? a. It is 9 o’clock and my sister is reading a novel in the living-room now.K. Barnard gets some money from Adit. The youngest son was drown d. is fond of gardening b. give opinion c. likes to do gardening herself e. Hasan : I am afraid that I am unable to finish typing this report on time. disagreement d.reading it by 12 o’clock tomorrow. have thought 52. where your brother studies.to another town before I came here. Qonita : Did you hear what she just said ? Anish : No. Do you have an exclusive one ? Shopkeeper : Yes. desire d. offer someone to do something 54. a. sir. I did not. The underlined expression means … a. b. asks the gardener to do gardening . a. had moved would moved 57. has to read e. finished b. offer help b. The underlined expression shows … a.about something else. Can you lend me some ? Adit : If I had. She started reading at 8. but I hope I’m able to visit it one day. I …. Arini ? Nita : What did Desy ask to Arini ? Kiky : Desy asked her … a. because the son had bitten by a dog. Adit can give Barnard some money 58. dislike 59. they were save. ask for an apology e. e. have finished e. a. I haven’t. impossibility c. sir. Did you know where Joko lived ? No. where did her brother study. expectation 50. agreement c. you are a good gardener Anita : I’m not. am thinking d. c. Adit has a lot of money c. From the dialogue we know that Anita … a. a. Adit can’t give Barnard some money e. incapability e. Now I’m working here in Kalimantan. will read 60. d. I …. The father cursed both his son and God for their unluck d. 51. Aldi : O. he …. moved d. Adit lends Barnard some money d. 53. is reading b. The giant ship was drown. a. reads c. Winda : What a beautiful garden. had been thinking c. Anna : When will you return the novel ? Can you give it to me at ten tomorrow ? Anni : I am sorry. c. uncertainty b. Joko : Have you ever visited Mulawarman palace ? It’s the oldest in Kalimantan. Barnard : I need some money now. The underlined words are used to express …. What can I do for you ? Mr. I would lend you. Shopkeeper : Good afternoon. has moved has been moving e. finished d. The youngest son was bitten by a dog c. X : Y : a. have been thinking b. where her brother had studied. wants to be a good gardener d. possibility 55. e. It’s from Italy. will have finished 56. b. They didn’t get the tickets’ ship to America b. let me help you finish it then. Please try it on The underlined expression is used to …. where your brother studied. certainty e. was thinking e. am finishing c. has been reading d.for an hour. Tagor : I need a pair of shoes. is really a good gardener c. The youngest son was ill The following numbers have NO relationship with the texts above. b. From the sentence above we may conclude that my sister …. express gratitude d. I get it done. where has her brother studied. e. Desy : Where did your brother study .

They are spoken two times. They shot the ball to the basket. O O O O Choice (a) “The basket is made of woven rattan. The basket is made of woven rattan. Example : Look at the picture and listen to the four sentences. Yes. a. Sample answer . also spoken in English. (C). or (D) – that best describes the picture.” best describe what we can be seen in the picture. you should mark (a) on your answer sheet. Direction : In this part of the test. Question : 1 to 3 Direction : For each item. you will hear a question spoken in English.PELATIHAN 5 UJIAN NASIONAL 2007 Sumber Listening Ujian Nasional SMK 2006/2007 Kode P 14 / 47 Listening Section. d. 01. there is a picture and four short statements about it on the tape. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. They will not be printed in your test book. The question and the responses will be spoken two times. PART 1. 02. Therefore. b. Now let’s begin with picture number 1. followed by three responses. Some fruit is put in the basket We need the basket for his stuff A B C D Sample answer. You have to choose the best response to each question. c. . 03. so you must listen carefully. with special directions for each part. You must choose one sentence – (A). ( no soal 1 – 15 ) In this section of test. You will hear : “ Will you be here this summer ?” You will also hear : a. are NOT WRITTEN out on your test book. mark your choice. (B). you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. There are four parts of this section. Now listen to a sample question. Summer is my favorite season. Then on your answer sheet. PART II.

you will hear five short conversation. 11. To buy some paper d. Each sporozoit undergoes a sexual reproduction. Sporozoites travel to the liver. The boy is twenty years old. A television Choice (c) . I won’t. c. At a meeting 09. To write an article b. Girl : When is March ? Boy : It is march 20th You will read : What do you learn from the conversation ? a. I plan to visit my family ?” . Inserting the letters into the drive b. 05. you should mark © on your answer sheet. You will hear the conversation two times. A compressor 15. Merozoits enter the bloodstream and infect red blood cells. c. Installing additional software from a CD or DVD c.19 Malaria is an infectious disease by a onecelled parasite known as Plasmodium. In your test book. At the woman’s house. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. An ice tray Text 1. Mosquito infected with the malaria parasite bites human. Now let’s begin with question number 4. When do we start following the on-screen instruction ? a.c. By bus d. What is given as the bonus for buying the product ? a. 07. I won’t. How will the man go to Makasar ? a. This text is questions 16 . At the cinema b. When we turn on the computer c. A towel d. 08. Direction : In this part of the test. By ship 10.is the appropriate response to the question ( Will be here this summer) Therefore. To finish her writing PART III. Direction : In this part of the test. A vegetable drawer d. What does the woman want ? a. A compartment b.“ The boy was born in March”. 12. In red blood cells merozoites PART III. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Restarting the computer monitor. Following the company’s order d. I plan to visit my family. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. To borrow a pen. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet. Where will the man be tomorrow morning ? a. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. No. you should mark (c) on your answer sheet. in which its nucleus splits to form two new cells. A napkin e. The girl’s birthday is March 20. A brochure e. At his own housed. 06. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. By train e. By plane b. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet. but my birthday is in March. you will read two or more questions about each short talk. The conversation will not be printed in your test book. b. Each will be spoken two times. you will hear several short talks. They will be here soon. A refrigerator e. * Choice (c).best answers the question ( What do you learn from the conversation). What is the text about ? a. Therefore.“ “ No. A painting d. The plasmodium parasite spends its life cycle partly in human and partly in mosquitoes. The conversation will not be printed in your test book. d. A computer . c. you will read a question about each conversation. The boy was born in March. When we turn off the computer 14. What product are they talking about ? a. What product is being advertised ? a. When the disc is inserted into the drive b. Yes. Each question The will be followed by four answers. passing cells called sporozoits into the human’s bloodstream. A plastic bag b. When the installation wizard opens d. The question will be followed by four answers. 04. In your test book. 0 0 0 0 A B C D b. so you must listen carefully to understand and remember what is said. called morozoites. The parasite is transmitted to human by the bite of female Anopheles mosquitoes. The girl is sixteen years old. b. Example : You will hear : Girl : Are you sixteen yet ? Boy : Not yet. 13.

Experimental solar ponds can produce hot mater to drive generators. with a 7:48 A. The main idea of the text is … a. 16. b. . How the red blood cells are infected c. to explain the effect if merozoites enter the bloodstream. weather conditions c. This text is questions 26 – 28. Some of the newly released cells. eventually causing the red blood cells to rupture. to tell the readers about the trash collection and new recreation area c. We often hear about the solar car. 19. which travel to the mosquito’s salivary glands. The red blood cells will be released e. the gametocytes mature. The infectious disease called malaria 17. What is the purpose of this announcement ? a. In sunny desert areas. The assistant b. Some merozoites develop into sex cells known as female and male gametocytes. The underlined has the closest meaning with … a. There will be a meeting of all residents next Wednesday. The zygote multiplies to form sporozoites. All of these statements are correct. The red blood cells will be infected b. The meeting will be hold on Wednesday. This text is questions 23 .grow and device to produce more morozoits. to explain the readers about trash collection and new recreation area. What will happen if merozoites enter the bloodstream ? a. adult e. 20. Flight 334 is expected to depart tomorrow morning at 5. Everyone who lives there b. People who collect trash e. The effect of the female Anopheles mosquito’s bites d. But will solar energy ever be a major source of energy for industrial societies ? The solar energy is cheaper that any other fossil fuel because we can get the abundant source from the sun. The passengers e.M. We will discuss the problems with trash collection and plans for new recreation area. In the mosquitoes’s stomach. to describe the trash collection and new recreation area e. In the mosquito’s stomach. Any passengers wishing to make arrangement for a hotel room should speak with the gate agent on Concourse 2. To give the Chicago weather report e. If the mosquito bites another human. d. arrival time Chicago. They want to build a new recreation area. Who should go to the meeting ? a.36 This evening’s Flight 334 to Chicago is delayed due to dangerous weather conditions. To explain a schedule change 24. Only people who use the recreation c. Our gate agents will be glad to assist you with making hotel arrangements for this evening. Who will pay for the hotel room ? a. The life cycle of the malaria parasite e. uniting to form a zygote. The airline company d. Male and female gametocytes undergo sexual reproduction. d. People without trash d. earthquake b. EXCEPT … a. solar heating or solar batteries. They hope all citizens there to attend the meeting e. to persuade the readers to involve in the meeting b. large c. Malaria is an infectious disease b. The morozoites will grow and produce more merozoites. to inform about trash collection and new recreation area Text 3. The airline is not responsible for the hotel expenses. Why was the plane delayed ? Because of … a. This text is questions 20 – 22. 18. The ticket agents 25. 50% of the sun’s radiation that reaches the ground could be used to produce electricity for business and industry. To explain how to buy a ticket to Chicago c. ripe d. Another mosquito bites the infected human. new b. Please come.M. tornado e. The merozoites will undergo their life cycle. to provide heat. 22. To notify travelers that the hotel is full d. the cycle begins again. People collecting things. The communicative goal of the text is … a. big Text 2. to explain how gametosites undergo sexual reproduction. down pour d. b. The merozoites will alter their sex. d. What is the purpose of this text ? a. c. They have already had a recreation area 21. The pilot c. 23. to explain the life cycle of the malaria parasite c. the gametocytes mature. They get problems in the discussion c. to explain how plasmodium transmitted to human e. ingesting the gametocytes. to explain the malaria is an infectious disease d. To tell travelers that the weather is dangerous b.30 A. storm Text 4. light and hot water for homes.

World Health Organization c. more rounded back. to share an amusing story with readers e. Nevertheless. including grasses. They have thick. They are distinguished from their African counterparts by their smaller size. b. What is the problem in making use of solar energy ? a. a spokesman for Jakarta’s Saroso Hospital. which claimed at least three lives in the country. but sons leave at puberty. has died in hospital of suspected bird flu. Needless to say that solar energy is a useful and non -polluted source of energy. to report a tragedy in the newspaper c. Daughters remain with their mothers. dry skin with a small amount of stiff hair and are grey to brown in colour. They are spread over areas where rainfall levels vary considerably. This species does not appear to be territorial. b. Its greatest potential. an office Text 6. therefore is in hot countries that have clear skies for most of the world. to persuade readers to avoid bird flue d. since the first cas of human infection was found in the country in June – AFP. Theses three areas appear to countain subspecies all with slightly different characteristics. The device to harness the sun’s energy is very expensive. The solar energy cannot be used for industrial societies. They have an sensitive range across India and Sri Lanka and also occur further south and east as far as Sumatra. Elephants have a diverse vegetarian diet. and fourth menial on each of their hind feet. b. often joining bull groups or remaining solitary. to describe the striking of a maid b. Produce electricity for business e. wood apple and mango. bark. They are very sociable and live in basic family units of one adult cow and her offspring. solar cells. creepers and palms. Ramdani’s death brings to six the number of people suspected of dying of the deadly H5NI virus.31 MAN DIES OF SUSPECTED BIRD FLU Indonesia. to explain how to collect the sunlight and convert it into energy. They can survive in dry places where less than 40 cm of rain falls per year and in wet areas where over 8 meter of rain can fall in a year. but relatively expensive to buy and many people can’t afford it. have solar cells c. Ramdani. legumes. succulent climbers. to inform readers about a newsworthy event. What is the goal of the text above ? a. the main important device to harness the sun’s energy are still very expensive. we can’t yet power our homes entirely on sunlight. tamarind. To present the controversy of harnessing solar energy. H5NI virus e. They have seasonal favourites such fig leaves and fruits. Solar energy can only be exploited in bright light. pneumonia and kidney failure b. solar cells are needed to convert the sunlight directly into electricity.” said Ilham Patu. bird flue 31. The solar energy is cheaper that fossil fuel. and herds of females have rangers of about 30 square km. to tell readers that we can get abandon energy from the sun. 28. based on local tests and confirmation from World Healh Organization facilities in Hong Kong. d.Unfortunately. kidney failure d. To present the controversy of using solar energy for industry. Government d. a spokesman of jakarta’s Saroso Hospital b. 26. People obtaining the most beneficial from the sun are those who … a. Patu said. Seasonal migration . Female Asian elephants have rudimentary tusks. The government has confirmed three deaths from bird flu. Live in countries that have clear sky Text 5. which increases in the dry season. They can exceed 5000 kg weight. c. The solar energy can be taken any time and any place. A 56-years old man. live in tropical countries. smaller ears. live in desert area. 30. 29. died last night from severe pneumonia and kidney failure. In addition. Ramdani e. bamboo. Solar cells are very cheap to run. c.35 Elephants are great mammals. Males have home ranges of about 15 square km. The writer got the news from… a. Ramdani died because of … a. to harness the solar power. To explain that solar energy has many advantages d. 27. d. who are not officially listed as bird flu victims. an official said on Saturday. “ The man. The solar energy can only be exploited in the bright light e. e. severe pneumonia c. The Jakarta resident showed symptoms of bird flu after being admitted to the hospital on Monay but the result of his first test was negative. The purpose of the text above is … a. This text is questions 32 . Bull elephant associates with a family when a cow is in oestrus. This text is questions 29 .

A sweet fragrance came from them. OPEN LETTER TO THE PRIME MINISTER. more than 35. However. as heavy as b. To tell a true story to readers 37. This text is questions 36 . Each day she tried to think a way to separate Sidapaksa from his wife. The assignment from the king was so important and urgent. Then he looked down at the water. to prove that she was innocent d. Grandmother threw me into the river. I didn’t kill our child. have smaller size and ears. have more diet e. 36. Tell me why you threw our new-born child into the river.” Sidapaksa took her wife to the edge of the river. d. a son was born. due to human development. They left their fragrance behind. “ Ach. He was too angry to use his common sense. the young mother was very sad. my dearest husband. Tell me !” he said in a rough and angry voice. to look for her baby e. to inform readers about the Asian elephants d. Suddenly. Take care of your children carefully. 32. Keep your promise. b. It was a long and dangerous journey. Suddently. Knowing that her baby had disappeared. wicked woman. have heavier tusks d. have sharper Text 7. can survive in dry places c. I love you and our new baby. One day. “ Father. to punish her cruel mother-in-law c. “Ohh my God ! How will I know who killed my child ?” moaned Sidapaksa. The Hon RJ Hawke. while this young mother was bathing. Banyu means water and wangi means fragrant. to persuade readers to take care of elephants.38 BANYUWANGI Once upon a time. people call the city on its banks of the river Banyuwangi. Then. Nearly d. to tell about the origin of elephants e. The social purpose of the text is … a. Think carefully before you make decision. The purpose of the text is … a.000 kg weight. one large and the other was taller. He succeeded in doing his duty. carry me to the river. there reigned in East Java a king named Sindureja. Asian Elephants … a. Two years passed and Sidapaksa returned from his journey. To describe Banyuwangi c. I am innocent. 34. Compared with African Elephants. “ Oh. The synonym of the underlined is … a. “ Sidapaksa. the performance of the elephants. to kill herself 38. c. If you don’t believe me. her mother told him that his wife had thrown their baby into the river. She became very ill. Don’t believe anyone.” the smaller one spoke. Sidapaksa loved his wife deeply. MP Prime Minister Parliament House CANBERRA ACT 2600 . his wife leaped up and threw herself into the river.” The taller one spoke. The writer mostly tell about … a. to change herself into a white flower-bud b. her evil mother-in-law threw the baby into the river. b. He had a prime minister named Sidapaksa had a very beautiful wife. I will prove you that I didn’t do it. the two flowers vanished into the river. What can we learn from the story above ? a. the place where the elephants live c. They lived in complete happiness. This text is questions 39 – 41. The baby’s birth gave much happiness to the young mother. Why do Sidapaksa’s wife throw himself into the river ? a. look here ! Beside me is our child. Just as he was about to enter his house. able to grow c. the organs of the elephants e. To give news about Banyuwangi to readers d. He drew his creese and approached his wife who was lying weak on her bed. except yourself. Never tell a lie whatever happens. one day. to explain the characteristics of elephants c. my mother is innocent. He himself will tell you who drowned him. the food of elephants 33. to describe the Asian elephants. Now I’m happy because my beloved mother has come with me. The exceed 3. Since then. To entertain a folk tale b. King Sindureja asked Sidapaksa to search for the bud of a magic flower on Mount Ijen. She could neither eat nor sleep. Sidapaksa’s mother didn’t like her daughter-in-law. two pure while flower-buds appeared. e. Not long afterwards. Sidapaksa had to leave his pregnant wife. d. To evaluate a true story from Java e. the characteristics of the elephants b. less than e.has been made virtually impossible. b. However. Text 8. Sidapaksa believed his mother’s story.

What we eat now effects our health in years to come. to review a film for public audiences e. First d. a lesser amount of foods high in fat. Parents.Into the Mouth of Babes. Bad dietary habits start while we are very young. we are concerned about the way food is being advertised to children. c. to inform readers about a good film d. such as “ Monny. Yours sincerely Signed by Barbara Biggins and other prominent signatories. TV advertising to children presents a completely different message. 41. TV advertising is powerful and influetial d. Before reading the novel e. Children are least able to understand the tricks of the advertising industry. We are writing to you (because) we are concerned about the way food is being advertised to children. He can play in such a role that we almost deceived by his innocent appearance. What grade was Harry Potter when he came back to Hogwarts ? … a. Harry’s eyes aren’t green ( which is mentioned at least once in each book) but that’s a minor think. Fourth b. find it hard to resist pressures created by this advertising. After telling the novel c. the message about a balanced diet. Children are least able to understand the tricks of the advertising industry. Fifth c. They style fits movie perfectly the kids acted much better in this one. The Dementors. as Prime Minister. What did the writer recommend to the Prime Minister ? a. c. TV advertising of food must be made to reinforce. to evaluate the necessity of cars in the city e. vegetables. Australian are encouraged to get the bulk of their nutrients from fresh fruits. the message about a balanced diet. are sent to protect Hogwarts but have a strange effect on Harry. 42. . 39. to introduce readers that here are many problems. We appeal to you. A bit disappointment when I first read the book the entire book seem more like fan fiction than the real thing the whole way through. to take the lead in calling together the advertiser. TV networks. All in all. What is the content of the recommendation ? a. The purpose of the text is . How did the reviewer lose his disappointment ? a. consumers and public health bodies to decide how this is to be done. Padfoot and Prongs. change my mind. Third 44. Second e. Wormtail. Sirius Black – who has killed twelve muggles and one wizard – escapes from the Azkaban Fotrress and it looks like Harry may be his next victim. This must be stopped. For the hours when children are the main audience. however strong-willed. I loved the new direction and the movie itself. and wholegrain cereals. to describe a film b. these ads take up much of the advertising time. Nearly 80% of food advertising pushes fatty snacks or sweets – the very foods that should be eaten least. and wholegrain cereals b. TV advertising of food must be made to reinforce. Could Sirius Black have anything to do with the death of Harry’s parents ? And what has come over Hermione’s cat Crookshanks ? Love the new edition.” I think that it may have been hard for those who hadn’t read the book to understand. especially Ron. salt and sugar. consumers and public health bodies to decide how this is to be done. I can’t wait until the next one comes out. The plot wasn’t quite as exciting as it could have been . After reading the novel b... For this reason. This must be stopped. to persuade readers that something is in the case b. The purpose of the text is . TV advertising is powerful and influential. not undermine.. to describe something that happens 40. Australians are encouraged to get the bulk of their nutrients from fresh fruits. a. Nearly 80% of food advertising pushes fatty snacks or sweets – the very foods that should be eaten least c. This text is questions 42 . TV networks. e. Before he watched the film . to entertain readers by telling a good film 43. The biggest problem that I had was that there were a lot of things the movie didn’t explain. vegetables. But after seeing the film. to make readers know about cars in the city d.either. the guards of Azkaban.. TV advertising is powerful and influential. the Prisoner of the Azkaban As Harry Potter returns to Hogwarts for his third year. b. these ads take up much of the advertising time. After watching the film d. e. For the hours when children are the main audience d. Text 9. a. To make matter worse. to describe how film is made c. to take the lead in calling together the advertiser. your government supports health education that encourages a balanced healthy diet. The plot runs smooth and the actors play excellently.45 Harry Potter. not undermine.

. Lukman : But it’s already seven thirty. here at seven. the actors play excellently c. Now listen to the four statements a.. ( no soal 1 – 15 ) In this section of test. It is a happy ending as usual film e. son The underlined utterance shows the feeling of. was giving c. Look at the sample below. refusing permission e. b. find the number of the question and mark your answer. The motorcycles are parked at an out door parking lot.. : Wow. Novianto : Bah. inviting someone b. a.. a lecture when I arrived. a. c. on your answer sheet. look at the picture in your test book and choose the statement that best describe what you see in the picture. pleasure 49.. 46.. wonder e. The motorcycles are kept at a service station to be repaired Sample answer. I did not dare to knock at the door. PELATIHAN 6 UJIAN NASIONAL 2007 Sumber Listening Ujian Nasional SMK 2005/200 Kode E 2 / P 3 Listening Section. a. d. with special directions for each part. They will not be printed in your test book. would be c. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. I had to make it I made it myself I had my mother make it My mother had me make it My mother and I had to make it. e.. A B C D O O O O . are d. . giving permission 50. you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. I got the first rank in my progress report. Direction : For each question. Then. you will see a picture in your test book and you will hear four short statements. There are four parts of this section. Anne : Could you meet him? Brenda : No. These statements will be spoken just one time. sympathy b. X Y a. Daniel : Dad. The motorcycles are displayed in the showroom to sell. PART 1. I have good news for you. The underline sentence means. pride d. He . It is a very fun film to see The following numbers have No relationship with the text above. telling the time c.. Lukman : I haven’t seen Anang and Iskak What’s the matter with them? Ria : They told me that they . c. I couldn’t. may be e. b. What did the reviewer think about this film ? a. This is the key. Father : Really? I am very proud of you. had been b. The plot runs smooth and the actors play excellently d. introducing someone d. should give e. Let’s wait ten more minutes. will be 47.. of course.45. d. obligation c. had to give b. may I borrow your motorcycle? Bahtiar : Yes.. When you hear the four statements. the plot runs smoothly b... what a wonderful blouse! Did you make it yourself? : No. would give d.. had given 48. The motorcycles are parked in an indoor parking hall. a.

The conversation will not be printed in your test book. I’m in the living room. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet.” best describe what you see in the picture. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.” I am fine. 06. .Statement (c) “The motorcycles are parked in an indoor parking hall. how are you ? . you will hear several short talks. Now listen to a sample question. You have to choose PART II. They will not be printed in your test book. By enrolling for the match d. By calling the football club c. c. PART IV Direction : In this part of the test. A radio tape recorder b. you should choose answer ( c ) Look at picture number 1 01. b. 04.Nina’s youngest brother 11. you will read two or more questions about each short talk. 09. Nina’s son d. a VCD player 10. A television set e. Nina’s husband b. Direction : In this part of the test. you should choose answer (a). thank you. He went to the doctor. By coming to the football match b. The questions will be followed by four answers. The best response to the question “ How are you ?” is choice (a). you will hear a question spoken in English. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. PART III. followed by three responses. Therefore. My name is John. c. You will hear : X : Good morning. Who are they talking about ? a. They will not be printed in your test book.” Therefore. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Nina’s father e. also spoken in English. 05. What did the man do yesterday ? a. 08. 03. you will read a question about each conversation. How can the man reserve the ticket ? a. The question and the responses will be spoken two times. thank you. In your test book. The question will be followed by four answers. 02. A radio d. What is the man going to buy ? a. You will also hear : a. You will hear the conversation two times. 07. You have to choose the best response to each question. Direction : In this part of the test. I’m fine. you will hear five short conversation. In your test book. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. He took his motorbike to the mechanic. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. He sold his motorcycle b. By filling out the forms. so you must listen carefully to understand and remember what is said. He opened a workshop d. Each will be spoken two times.

after seeing the sad plight in which … ( Paragraph 2 ) The underlined word means … a. it has many old buildings. after seeing the sad plight in which the Lion was.23 London. He was caught in a trap. parking garages. At Citigold c. The Barbican was built to replace older buildings destroyed in World Was II ( 1943 – 1945). Where can we buy the product ? a. London is major city b. To give news to readers d. Entrepreneurs d. went up to him and soon gnawed away the rope that bound the king of the Beast. EXCEPT … a. Tips for finding an apartment b. located on the northern edge of the city. At Plaza Indonesia d. 20 millions d. Sometimes when the lion was caught in a trap.6 square km. Richness gives happiness d. To entertain readers b. this area is one of the world’s leading financial centers. has been one the major cities in Europe for many centuries. London is a small city c. danger b. to describe the City of London b. Silence is gold c. tied him on a tree while they prepared a wagon to carry him in. to share an amusing story with readers e. Networking availability d. Rp. 38 millions 15. but I may be able to do you a good turn. The following are correct. and pedestrian walkways. He would be swallowed by the lion He woke the lion He swallowed the lion 18. 30 millions b. to inform about the City of London c. who placed his huge paw upon the mouse. What is the speech about ? a. tragedy e. because of these days ?” The lion was so tickled at the idea of the mouse being able to help him that he lifted up his tail and let him go. Rp. problem c. Patience is rewarding b. How much is the lowest price of the product ? a. The historical center of London is now a relatively small area still known as the City which covers only about 2.” Forgive me this time.000 commute here daily to work. Little friends may prove great friends. This text is for question 20 . condition d. b. the capital city of England. who knows. Real Estate agents. a little mouse began running up and own upon him. London is a metropolitan city d. What can we learn from the story above ? a. to persuade readers to stay in London d. Rp.the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet. and some hunters.000. The weak thing is not useful e. 28 millions e.19 The Lion and the Mouse Once when a Lion was asleep. 14. The purpose of the text is … a. Real Estate Agents c. At Citibank b. To tell a true story to readers 17. but about 350. and opened his big jaws to swallow him. The permanent residential population of the City is now less than 6. 16. Today. Just when the little Mouse happened to pass by. which includes the huge bank of England complex. disaster 19. Rp. O king.Company employees 13. Little friends may prove great friends Text 2. a concrete complex of towers. London is such an important city e. Relocation of Mexico City c. Because of its long history. the Royal Exchange. The city is capitalized. “ Was I not right ?’ said the little Mouse.Who is most likely being addressed in the speech ? a. Most of the financial activities are crowded along Thread Needle Steel. This is where London began as a Roman colonial town around AD 50. this soon woke the lion. What is the purpose of the text above ? a. I shall not forget it. e. To describe a friendship c. To give solution to readers e. What was the mouse’s problem ? a. d. He was tied on a tree . The only large residential portion of the City is the Barbican Center. at the point where the Romans built the first bridge in London. and the Stock Exchange. 20. near the intersection known as the Bank. to distinguish it from the large metropolis. when the Germans heavily bombed London. “ Pardon me. London is a city with many old buildings Text 1.” cried the little mouse. At the cocktail party c. to explain how to spend the time in London 21. 12. Just then the little Mouse happened to pass by. This text is for question 16 .Apartment managers b. who wanted to catch him alive to the King.

Muhammed Shafig Woon Abdullah admitted in a Singapore court. “which includes the huge bank of England complex. I said. to share an amusing story with readers b. to tell past events c. Three times a week 29. Shafig laid in bed. . He said client his thought the maid had put the child in danger – DPA. the students thought him generous. Once a week d. Why was the writer so ashamed ? Because … a. his face was covered by his maid. The magistrate’s court heard that Shafig. I spent my Monday mornings teaching Music at the Pinangsia Indonesian Kindergarten in Randwick. This text is for question 27 . b. the students thought him cruel 30. e.22. When Mr. small enough e. said his client lost his “ better senses” when he saw his daughter’s face covered as she lay in bed. The permanent residential population of the City is now more than 350. the students thought him misery e. Muhammed Shafig Woon was a supervisor who has taken in a jail for two months b. The purpose of the text is … a. d. very tiny b. I will be more careful next time. He bit on the head with a TV set’s remote control because he was unhappy with her work. because the class was sp noisy. On other occasion. Although the Kindergarten was an Indonesian school. reorientation c. Shafig’s maid who was from Indonesia. How often did the writer teach at the Pinangsia Indonesian Kindergaten ? a. my fellow teacher explained that I should use “ Please be quiet” instead of “ Shup-up” The students thought that I was being rude. Shafig’s lawyer 26. The Huge Bank of England is located in Thread Needle Street.” Later on. I answer it honestly. condition d.S Dhillon. to report a tragedy in the newspaper e.S Dhillon was Mr. chance Text 4. London. has been one of the main cities in Europe. to distinguish it from the large metropolis. S. Shafig abused his maid because he was not satisfied with her work. to describe the striking of a maid c. What is the purpose of the text above ? a.” This part of the text is called … a. Sidney during 19992000. Winda was Mr.” Please shut-up”. c. Shafig’s lawyer. complication . This text is for question 24 .000. I wanted them to be quiet.” I had been studying it for years since I was elementary school. One Monday morning. The city is capitalized. d. to persuade readers to strike the maid d. b. news reports said on Thursday. “ he physically abused the woman on several occasion between…” (Paragraph 2) The underlined has the closest meaning with … a. The Strait Times said. the capital city of England. To my surprise one of the students asked me. very lovely 23. to classify cats. we had to use English when teaching because the students were lo longer able to speak Indonesian fluently. 25. very large c.26 Man Jailed for Striking RI Maid Singapore : A supervisor was jailed for two months for repeatedly striking his Indonesian maid on the head back with a television remote control.21. 27. Mr. the students thought him impolite d. general classification b. e.30 Different Pond Different Fish When I studied in UNWS. 24. situation e. “I was so embarrassed. turn c. resolution e. to give solution to readers e.. he punched her on the back after accusing her daydreaming. to give a report to the old man 28. he physically abused the woman on several occasion between June and October 2002. c. orientation d. b. 34. Four times a week b. about a month after she started working for him. I was so embarrassed. began striking Winda. Twice a week e. Most of the Financial activities are cr5owded along Thread Needles Street. I will be more careful next time. Five times a week c. Text 3. very attractive d. Which of the following is INCORRECT ? a. to describe the cat d.” How long have you been teaching English ?” I was shocked. the students thought him naughty c. space b. to inform readers about a newsworthy event. Which of the following statement is INCORRECT according to the news above ? a.” ( paragraph 2) The underlined word has the same meaning with … a. S.

A tsunami is undetectable far out in the ocean. Smuggling is no news at all in this town Text 6.What makes powerful water waves at the ocean surface? a.35 Do you know the meaning of corruption is ? What is the relation between money and corruption ? Well. actually because I stay and earn living here in the capital. I believe we can start at the earliest stage in school and I think everyone should be involved in the efforts to eradicate corruption. Well. inside and out and remove any old identifying labels. Which of the following statement is used to persuade the readers to do something ? a. b. loss of lives due to drowning and damage to property. Jakarta is the most corrupt city in Indonesia e. bottom b. Cash’ jewelry. This text is for question 31 . We must not make any distinction. 33.Text 5. The communicative purpose of the text is … . Jakarta is the most corrupt city in the world. e.40 Attention all passengers ! The amount of luggage you are allowed to carry on board is limited by weight. If room allows. I think the measures taken the so far to overcome the problem by punishing the corruptors have been so far form enough. d. c. The communication purpose of the text is … a. We have to prevent the younger generation from the bad mentality. to tell the past event 35.S. Entrepreneurs who want to minimize their tax payments will bribe the officials. if you keep them on your person. deep e. The displaced rock pushes water above it like a giant paddle. “ … water waves at the ocean surface…” (Prg. 31. that makes Jakarta the most corrupt city in Indonesia. the continental shelf e. shallow c. c. to explain how tsunami happens d. Certain items such as purses and newspapers may be carried on board. b. over and above the free baggage allowance. corruption is common everywhere in the world. or rises. You obtain details from your ticket or reservation office. Corruption strikes in the U. to explain the readers what the meaning of corruption is.36 A tsunami is a very large sea wave that is generated by a disturbance along the ocean floor. 2) The antonym of the underlined is … a. As we all know from Tanjung Priok port.S. the one-piece rule may be relaxed according to space and availability in the overhead compartments and the area under the seats. Tsunami wash ashore with often disastrous effects such as severe flooding. Everyone should be involved in the efforts to eradicate corruption d. Entrepreneurs who want to minimize their tax payments will bribe the officials. dimensions and number of pieces. medicines and important documents should be carried in your hand luggage. This text is for question 37 . to tell the readers about the relation between money and corruption. a landslide. but once it reaches shallow water. even in the U. Combination locks are advisable. U. however. smuggling is no news at all in this town. the part of the Earth’s crust that slopes. near Text 7. the coast line c. Carry-on luggage is limited to one piece. 37. d. far d. The relation between money and corruption c. It’s just a matter of the intensity. Corruption is very common in the world. It is wise to identify your baggage both. Paragraph two mainly discuss about … a. Corruption is common everywhere in the world. this fast-traveling wave grows very large. which should not exceed 10 X 16 X 20 inches or 66 pounds ( 30 kilos). to give opinion how to avoid tsunami c. The survey makes me sad. where their height increases as they reach the continental shelf. This text is for question 34 . producing powerful waves at the ocean surface. b. to describe the most corruption city in Indonesia. from the ocean floor to the land. to inform which countries often do corruption 32. to persuade the readers to involve in the effort of corruption eradication. This disturbance can be an earthquake. to entertain the readers about tsunami b. to describe about tsunami e. 34.S. the earthquake source d. The purpose of the text is … a. a giant paddle b. the displaced rock 36. even in the US. is the most corrupt country e. Or a volcanic eruption. The ocean waves spread out from the vicinity of the earthquake source and move across the ocean until they reach the coastline. Tsunamis occur when a major fault under the ocean floor suddenly slips.

making a beautiful light taking a flash light sending out flashes of light giving a quick reaction looking for the flash light 42. road runners c. The queen of the South Sea b. you may find it is difficult to sleep at night. to share an amusing story with readers e. to evaluate the necessity of cars in the city e. d. The men who walk in the pavement are called . The fantastic fisherman’s boat c. a. This text is for question 43 – 46. d. Text 9. essentially an extended version of the cartoon series... Pedestrians wander everywhere and cars commonly hit pedestrians in the city. or do on your homework. The paragraph mainly talks about … a. Customs officials d. 40. to describe a particular place c. the movie looks and sounds just like every a. b. number of piecese. passengers b. c.. What does the last paragraph tell us about ? a. cars. b. e. There is also a fish market that sells many kinds of fish.42 Pelabuhan Ratu – Harbour of the Queen – is on the south coast of Java near Sukabumi. size of bags b.. to persuade readers that something is in the case b. ticket classes c. The cars should banned in the cities. to introduce readers that here are many problems. c.. Cars Should Be Banned In Cities. Cars emit a deadly gas that causes illness such as bronchitis. c. The second reason why cars should be banned in cities. A Fish market 41.. In conclusion cars should be banned from the city for the reasons listed above. cars cause pollution and accidents b. Thirdly.. Cars should be banned in the city based on the three arguments 46. c.. to inform about a place b.. . As well all we know . It’s hard to sleep because of very noisy cars. e. to inform how to confirm the flight to inform the carry-on allowance to inform how to carry-on board to how to make reservation 38. e. contribute to most of the pollution in the world. 43. d. cars are very noisy. The purpose of the text is . Cars should be banned in the city. the Queen of the South Sea. Pedestrians are safe to wander everywhere in the city. to amuse readers with a beautiful object Text 9. drivers d. Security personnel e. a. stewardess 39. They throw sacrifices to the sea for Nyi Roro Kidul. policemen e. which causes them to die. make sand palaces or even have a coconut drink. porters c. If you live in the city. to make readers know about cars in the city d... as we all know. cars causes pollution. It has many stories about Nyi Roro Kidul. You can see the beautiful sunset and the sparkling lamps of the fisherman bold ritual ceremonies. The third reason why cars should be banned in cities. For whom is this announcement intended ? a. c. Pelabuhan Ratu d. The following statements are true. and especially talk to someone. Colourful and silly. Secondly the city is very busy. This text is for question 40 . If you are in the target three-to-nine year. . What factor doesn’t affect the carry-on allowance ? a. to inform the procedure to carry luggage. The first reason why cars should be banned in cities d.a. and killed a lot of road users and other accidents. The conclusion why cars should be banned in cities. Firstly. you’ll probably like THE SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS MOVIE. “You can see the beautiful sunset and the sparkling lamps of the fisherman’s boats” The underline word means.old age group and a fan of the Sponge Bob Square Pants television series. sunbathe. A deadly gas emitted from cars cause illness. to describe something that happens 44. This text is for question 47 – 50. road crossers b. pedestrians 45. lung cancers and triggers of asthma Some of these illness are so bad that people can die from them. Cars today are our roads biggest killers. At this beautiful beach. weight of bags Text 8. . EXCEPT . b. to tell how wonderful something is d.. Space on the plane d. e. a. The purpose of the text is … a. you can water ski. Ritual Ceremonies e.

agreement b. It is the best film cartoon b. ? : Yes... They asked to rent the Spongebob VCD d. William’s favourite scene as David Hasselhoff cameo. I will have completed it.. d. 57. a. am doing d. it would be acceptable for all ages The following numbers have NO relation with the texts above. they’ll probably be beginning you to take them to the movie version. They will probably be begging to take them to the movie 50. William liked Spongebob the best while the princess was his sister’s favourite character. The purpose of the text is … a.. All of these are the characters in Spongebob Squarepants Movie.. Have you filled out the form given to you Mayang: Not yet.. expectation 54.. Can you show me the way to Santika Hotel ? Policemen : Sure. satisfaction e. Is there any chance to meet you d. She had not told her anything yet. Piping 56. I complete it b. a. It deserves the best praise c. both liked the movie. rejects Piping’s invitation d. My nephew William. I had not told you anything yet. Where are you going e. Aji : Really ? Teacher : Sure ! I’m very proud of you. age 10. Are you looking for someone : There is a good movie this evening. e.” He explains. Are you sure you are lost..by the time of the dead line. What will the kids do when a dose of Spongebob Square Pants are not enough for them. invites Piping to do something b. was doing e. a.. THE SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS MOVIE is for fans only. Krusty 49. d. if your kids love Spongebob Square Pants and a weekly dose isn’t enough for them. It is rated PG for some mild crude humor and would be acceptable for all age. and my niece Liana. I will complete it. Other plot points include the stealing of the crown King Neptune ( voice by Jeffrey Tambor) and the enslavement of the restaurant patrons by mind control helmet designed by Plankton (voiced by Mr. disagreement d. I didn’t told you anything yet. to inform readers about a funny film d. b. e. you won the first prize in the writing competition. have done b. Spongebob Square Pants d. c. but I have to fetch my aunt at the airport. manage to stand out among the Nickelodeon offerings. But. to appreciate an art work of a public audience b. gives some advice.. Plankton b. have been doing 53.my homework when you rang me..other movie from Nickeledeon. What does the reviewer opinion about Spongebob Square Pants movie ? a. Will you come along with me ? Kurnia : I’d love to. But I am sure . Mr. Aji : Thanks.. Teacher : Aji.. Hendra : By next July 25 the workshop will be opened by the Governor.. Rita : Dini. I completed it c. to entertain readers 48. A : Do you think the auditorium we are going to use is big enough for 100 participants ? .. she had not told you anything yet.. It deserves the highest praise d. They will feel very sad and cry all day e. pride c. gives information e. Lawrence). Only the sassy Rugrats. Aurel : Hello. They will feel sorry c. had to do c. a. 52. Agus : What did she say just now ? Dini : She said that . wants to go with Piping c. Ma’am. I am lost. I had not told her anything yet. to describe a good cartoon film e. It is the worse film cartoon d. They will cry b. Policemen Tourist : .. “ You don’t need a license to drive a sandwich. she had not told me anything yet. King Naptune e. to describe Spongebob Square movie c. a. a.. The plot starts with Spongebob Square Pants (voiced by Tom Kenny) lamenting that he wasn’t chosen to be the manager of the Krusty Krab 2 restaurant. with their sharply written dialog. I shall be completing it. THE SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS MOVIE runs 1. The underlined utterance shows the expression of . age 7. Is there anything I can do for you c. 51. except… a. since his wall is filled with “ Employee of Month” awards from original Krusty Krab.. a.. what were you doing at 7 o’clock last night ? Popo : I . About as funny as the story ever gets is when someone asks Spongbob Square Pants if he has a license to drive his humberger car.. From the dialogue we can conclude that Kurnia . the owner of a rival establishment of the Krusty Krab. Wiliiam c.30. 47. 55. b..

.. a... probability 58. was sent to the client in Japan 59. I got my mother . The underlined word expresses .. do not face c. your necklace is beautiful. c. bought 60. Officer : Let me see. Alice : Well. Alice : I find it difficult to get a job nowadays. must endorse first before we send it. a. a. Bertha : That’s right. I . I’m afraid you can’t send it now.. should endorse first before sending d. would not face e. Trader : I’d like to send this document to our client in Japan.. Sigit : Vin. b. must be endorsed first before it’s sent. it. had bought d. a hard life. possibility d. a. Did you buy it yourself ? Vina : Of course not. ability c.. to buy b. A lot of people lost their job during the economic crisis.. necessity e. It is capable of accomodating more than 100 people. send to Japan and I will do it.. will not face d. Mmm. Trader : Why ? Officer : I think this document .. had not faced b. e.. will buy e.B : Don’t worry about it. if I had not been fired.. would not have faced PELATIHAN 7 . certainty b.. buy c.

a.UJIAN NASIONAL 2007 Sumber Listening Ujian Nasional 2006/2007 Kode P 12 ( Prop. a. Pick me up at six. c. you should choose answer (a). Spare time. 05. The water is stinky. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. The location of the library b. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Dissatisfaction . Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. 03. d. Let me introduce myself. b. b. Food e. They will not be printed in your test book. PART 1. Hobbies. How are you ? Man : … You will also hear : a. Look at the sample below. ( Questions 1 – 15 ) In this section of test. Go with six women. His curiosity e. The books in the library. b. 13. You will also hear : Narrator : What will the man do ? You read in your test book : a. b.” Therefore. The Broad Street e. 08. 10. Take exercise alone Leave the woman alone. with special directions for each part. The function of the library c. you will hear several monologues. The librarian. c. a. a. b. d. His agreement Reading books Doing many activities Doing all sort of things Writing some articles Reading books and writing some articles Inability uncertainty impossibility d. b. e. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. e. c. 09. I am in the living room. d. Disagreement e. thank you. find the number of the question and mark your answer. Do exercise at 6. a. a. 04. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Questions 11 to 15. Part III. Directions : In this part of the test. You have to choose the best response to each question or statement. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say.” Therefore you should chose answer (E) 01. a. They will not be printed in your test book. The water tastes bad The colour is not good. e. Collecting stamps Part II. 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. c. His pride His advice. They will not be printed in your test book. Milk and bread c. Fish d. John. Each monologues will be spoken two times. Each monologues will be spoken two times. d. “ I am fine. Now listen to a sample question : You will hear : Woman : Good morning. My name is John Travolta The best answer to the question “ How are you ?” is choice (a). read the four possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard. d. Fish and bread e. 06. I am fine. There is no more water The water is contaminated His cat His pet Bread Bones Soft food Steamed rice d. Part time job. b. You will hear : Man : How about exercising tomorrow morning ? Woman : Alright. Then on the answer sheet. a. c.Jawa Barat ) Listening Section. Questions : 1 . The questions and the statements will be spoken two times. 07. Questions : 6 to 10 Directions : In this part of the test. you will hear several monologues. c. thank you. e. b. After you hear a monologue and the questions about it. There are four parts of this section. 12. His attention d. b. c. 11. Daily activities. you will see a picture in your test book and you will hear a question followed by five statements. Come to the woman’s house The best answer to the question is “ Come to the woman’s house. c. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.4 Directions : For each questions. d. 02.

the fox’s idea how to get out of the well. Attending a seminar c. at a store e. at home d. b. b. d. with nearest subway stop only one block away. Then the fox said. c. hotels. This new and unusual building in the down-town business district offers unique opportunities for small to midsize tenants to occupy an entire floor. Lisa : What about having a picnic to lake Toba. and business services. Seeing the fox in the well. renting c. “ ( Paragraph 3) What does the above sentence mean ? a. and I can get out. Restaurants d. Hotels. a fox and goat. Spending their time e. a fox. The goat called out loudly after him and reminded him of his promise to help him out. d. An old man walking nearby heard him and put a plank into the wall. Unfamiliar a.000 square feet are available for immediate occupancy. “ The goat did as he was asked…. d. it asked if the water was good. b. When he had drunk enough. selling Text 4 Text is for question number 21 to 23. What is the advertisement about ? a. the goat and an old man. buying b. The goat got out and thanked the old man. He called out loudly. 16. This text is for question 16. you wouldn’t have jumped into the well. 15. Availability restaurants in the down-town. Commuting is easy. Leasing office space. 22. at a tailor Text 23 Text is for question number 18 to 20. a. 23. 17. c. Paragraph 2 mainly tells … a. e.” If you only had thought carefully about getting out. an old man and the fox. Going to Wita’s house. Come down and try it yourself. X : Good morning. Anything I can do for you ? Y : Yes. e. at a school b. Which of the following is NOT close to the building ? . e. c. Planning to spend a holiday Text 2 Text is for question number 17. e. I need a T-shirt size 15. a. By and by a thirsty goat came along.” The goat felt very sad. What are the speakers talking about ? a. he looked around but there was no to get out. The fox merely turned to him and said.14. 19. b. I’ll step on your horns. The goat waited someone who might help him. b. And when I’m out.” The goat was thirsty so he got into the well. c. Then I’ll climb on your back. 21. c. from there. Going to Lake Toba d. c. a goat. The goat called out loudly after the fox got out. To the department store d. Business services 20. I’ll help you out of the well. Building in business districts. Luxurious e. A fox fell into a well and couldn’t get out. Convenient to shops. “ Good” said the fox “ It’s the best water I’ve tasted in all my life. To the mall To the market To the boutique Poor Rich Unhappy d. The goat came down to the well and drank. Text 1. but I have to attend a seminar. how the fox helped the goat. “ For leasing information call 303-572-5947 “ The underlined word means … a. how the fox got out of the well. at the office c. Shopping centers e. Wita ? Wita : I’d love to. The text tells the story of … a. The goat stood on his hind legs and put his forelegs against the side of the well. b. Building E. You stand on your hind legs and put your forelegs against the side of the wall. Parks b.6000 to 6. Hotels and restaurants in the down-town. For leasing information call 303-572-5947 18. Conveniences offered by the company. Purchasing d. c. d. The dialog likely occurs … a. To some antique shops e. restaurants.” The goat did as he was asked and the fox got on his back and climbed out of the well. how both the goat and the fox got out of the well. OFFICE SUITES From 1. please. b. why the fox got into the well. madam. The goat drank enough and looked around.” I have a good idea. Then he coolly walked away. Lisa : What is your plan for the next holiday ? Wita : I have no idea.

“ The 33 years old American led his team to victory. EXCEPT … a. 10 minutes. e.” The underlined word is similar to … a. Text 7 Text is for question number 32 to 35. 1 hour. conquer b. guessed Text 6 Text is for question number 28 to 31. coins and art objects. 42 seconds. It is not usually necessary to drill for gold. deleted. d. c. d.000 telephones in the world and it is estimated that nearly 1. Engineers have developed modern processes for removing gold from rocks. 1 hour. 33. a. The victorious team of Armstrong’s 29. defeat. handy instrument. 12 minutes. unnecessary c. c. Rare Ornaments e. document c. 10th. a. The first telephone was invented in 1877. 250 b. The best title of the text above is … a. discuss d. clocking 1 hour. c. Removing Gold from Rocks. the invention of the telephone. describe 35. 25. d.000.000. 10 minutes. “ … it is estimated that nearly 1. 40 seconds. Armstrong won the team time trial of the Tour de France on Thursday. 16 . The following are associated with gold. 28. 42 seconds. The text tells … a. the inventor of the telephone. e. 40 seconds. it is sometimes melted and added to other substances for making rings. it is sometimes found loose on the bottom of rivers. e. By 2007. Gold. observed b. the number of telephone used by people. It is often found on the surface of the earth.00 (billion) conversation take place a day. mastery c. The Discovery Channel Team. but in a small supply. The Tour de France championship e.” The closest meaning to the underlined word is … a. becomes a highly important part of our daily life.000. Team CSC placed second. rare and useful. b. Armstrong’s team won the time trial for the third straight year. the telephone usage will have been about … years. precious e. 131 e. The telephone which is familiar. b. useful d. 231 26. b. 1 hour. noticed d. 20 minutes. It is simple to search for this type of gold.000. The teams in the race. The text above is mainly intended to … about gold. 2 seconds behinds – AP. “ It will be priced forever because …” ( Paragraph 4) The underlined word means … . the estimation of the users of the telephone. 1 hour.5-kilometers trek from Tours to Blois. beautiful 34. how the telephone was invented. but when a layer of gold is located deep below the surface of the earth. 20th th c.Text 5 Text is for question number 24 to 27. Gold is a precious metal. 27. 12 second behind. Lance Armstrong’s Discovery Channel team won the team time trial of the tour de France on Tuesday. b. The telephone was invented in the … century.000. Since gold is a heavy substance. d. Gold is used as ornaments or as money. The 33 years old American led his team to victory for the third straight year in the time trial. and must be separated from them. 30. The tour de France. e. c. giving the six-time champion the over all race lead. Team CSC placed the second. expensive b. d. 13 . One of the most wonderful inventions of the past 100 years is the telephone. produced c. The gold is found together with sand and rocks. Type of gold c. Today there are over 250.. 12 minutes. Previous Metal. 32. d. 19th th b. Which of the following is TRUE about the news ? a. Bell. Since gold is not very hard. d. 10 minutes. success 31. joy. 10 minutes. Armstrong’s time was 1 hour. What is the news about ? a. 100. e. Gold is found in many places.000 c. Armstrong has been a champion for the fifth time. it is possible to drill a hole into the ground. It will be priced forever because it is beautiful. 1. classify e.000. elaborate b. 40 seconds for the 67. a. What is the Team CSC’s time ? a. d. 40 seconds. 38 seconds. 24.000. 1 hour. It was invented in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell when he was working on a telegraph set.00 (billion) conversation take place a day. e. b.

dig out enough roots. how television destroys people’s life. Television as we know is only about forty years old. It helps us understand how people live. People used their imaginations more fully. They claim that television is a powerful educational tool. at any time. Expert will probably continue to argue about television’s value. called prime-time \schedules “ a vast wasteland. measure the ball of the earth around the tree roots. 4) The underlined word means lack of …. It is wise to call in a professional tree expert to transplant a tree. The government has just published a report which suggest that television is partly responsible for the serious increase in crime over the last ten years. but this process is difficult with a large tree. from famine in Africa. b. if you follow the instruction for planting a tree. but it is also blames for the poor reading and writing skills of our population. 38. c. select your location carefully. c. you can transplant a tree successfully. satisfy b. a car and a truck on Jalan Sultan at 10:35 p. 40. Children may watch TV whenever they like. d. When you dig out the tree. Children should be accompanied by their parents in watching TV. c. 37. many feel that it is still true today. But it has been accused of helping to destroy family life. e. Television gets praised for helping us understand the people of the world. the influence of television on people’s daily life 41. e. water e. spring e. nutrient Text 10 Text is for question number 44 to 47. They claim that families talked more and did more things together. “…what is going on in the world. food. balls of earth e. last .Many people claim that television is a powerful educational tool. d. Which of the following is good for children in watching TV ? a.Text 8 Text is for question number 36 to 39. a. But others disagree. Television keeps us informed about the political issues of the day. e. to plant a tree. a. From this statement we know that they …with the existence of television a. More books were read. Children should watch the violence on TV. c. to cut off a tree. take a ball of earth measuring about a foot wide for every inch of diameter of the tree trunk. the advantages of television program. heavy roots 39. d. In 1961. how television improves people’s knowledge. 43. important roots. Many people who are alive today know that it is like to live in a world without television.” Even though Minow said that over thirty years ago. The most important thing is to dig out enough roots. Seven people were killed in a collision between a bus. trunks c. There shouldn’t be government censorship of TV program. you should …. 36. summer b. education b. to dig out the earth. d. winter Text 9.m. d. According to the text. love d. agree e. To transplant a tree successfully. “You should dig deep enough to avoid cutting off too many taproots. a government official. You should dig deep enough to avoid cutting off too many taproots. fall d. entertainment c. choose c.” ( Pr. The text describes how … a. work and struggle. conduct the instruction of cutting a tree. d. It informs us of what is going on in the world.. we can transplant a tree in … a. the development of television b. from famine in Africa to a local politics and fashion. But everyone agrees that it is one of the most significant inventions of the twentieth century. to keep a tree. Text is for question number 40 to 43. The exposure of violence or pornography harmfully effects on children. b. Some people think that the years before the invention of television were a better time. main roots b. cut off as many taproots as you can.” ( Paragraph 2 ) The underlined word means … a. In most cases. to transplant a tree e. People got more outdoor exercises. prefer 42. b. any season c. The writer wants to tell … a. Children should spend all of their time to watch TV program. Newton Minow. Television is credited with being a great teacher. Yet it is also much a part of our lives that it seems as if it had always existed.

the police reported that the car. The Seine River. about the Parisii. This island is called Ile de la Cite. Sorbonne. a small Japanese car d. The right bank b. The truck driver didn’t see the car e. e. an island in the middle of the Seine River. d. on the left bank b. What is the oldest and most well-known part of the city ? a. the victim’s name were not known. 45. The oldest and perhaps the most well-known is Pont Neuf. which was built in the sixteen century. 46. The Seine River divides the city into two parts. in the middle of the seine River . Paris is called the City of Light. c. the police have identified the names of the victims easily. The victims e. d. If passengers had brought their identity cards. the origin of the word Paris. “If passengers had brought their identity cards. victims of an accident e. The truck driver b. outside the city of Paris e. the function of an identity card. The bus passengers c. the United nations Educational. is located on the left bank (south side) of the river. d. Today around eight million people live in the Paris area. it is the headquarters of UNOESCO. There are many other famous places in Paris. Text is for question number 48 to 50. a famous university. e. It is also one of the most beautiful and most famous cities in the world. The dead were all passengers of the car. a village built thousand years ago. It is also an international fashion center. The reporter Text 11. From the text above we know that Notre dame is located … a.” (Paragraph. Scientific and Cultural Organization. The police believed the car had been trying to overtake the bus when it was struck by a truck coming from the opposite direction. What was the cause of the collision ? a. What stylish women are wearing in Paris will be worn by women all over the world. 48. The left bank c. The car carried more than five people c. the passengers brought their identity cards. The text mainly report that there was / were … a. the police had no difficulty in identifying the victims e. The truck driver didn’t use his lights. The truck came from the opposite directions. b. the police have identified the names of the victims easily. The fifth paragraph tells … a. The police. the victims were easy to be identified. c. should not have been carrying more than five people. The Pont Neuf. However. 47. d. c. such as the famous museum the Louvre as well the cathedral of Notre Dame. b. For instance. France. The driver of the car might not be using his lights. The police said the car should not have tried to pass the bus.night. The car tried to overtake the bus. the location of Notre Dame. b. since overtaking is not allowed on Jalan Sultan. It is where Notre Dame located. it was easy for the police to identify the victims of the accident. 2 the last sentence) The sentence above means … a. Paris is named after a group of people called Parisii. In addition. Thirty-two bridges cross this scenic river. Who said that the accident was caused by the car ? a. b. as the truck driver said he did not see the car approaching. Paris is also famous for its world center of education. a small Japanese car. Paris is the capital of a European nation. The beautifully white church Scare Coeur lies on the top of a hill called Montmartre on the bank ( north side) of the Seine. on the right bank d. near the Louvre c. The Sorbonne 50. the most famous landmark in this city must be the Eiffel Tower. 44. They built a small village on an island in the middle of the Seine River about two thousand years ago. 49. careless drivers. d. a car accident.

. You will also hear : Narrator : What will the man do ? You read in your test book : a. Dissatisfaction c. Questions : 1 . Take exercise alone Leave the woman alone. The location of the library b. find the number of the question and mark your answer. His pride His advice. Disagreement e. c. a. you will see a picture in your test book and you will hear a question followed by five statements. 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.PELATIHAN 8 UJIAN NASIONAL 2007 Sumber Listening Ujian Nasional 2006/2007 Kode P 16 A ( Prop. Collecting stamps 02. Spare time. Come to the woman’s house The best answer to the question is “ Come to the woman’s house. Hobbies. Go with six women. The books in the library. There are four parts of this section. b. d. c. e. PART 1. a. The function of the library c. They will not be printed in your test book. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. You will hear : Man : How about exercising tomorrow morning ? Woman : Alright. b. b. c. with special directions for each part. Then on the answer sheet.4 Directions : For each questions. a. His curiosity e. c. The questions and the statements will be spoken two times. Daily activities. Look at the sample below. Part time job. The librarian. ( Questions 1 – 15 ) e. His attention d.Jawa Timur ) Listening Section. you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. a. In this section of test. a. d. His agreement Reading books Doing many activities Doing all sort of things Writing some articles Reading books and writing some articles Inability uncertainty impossibility d. 03. 05. Do exercise at 6. Pick me up at six. The Broad Street e. b. e. d. b. d. Part II. 04.” Therefore you should chose answer (E) 01.

Ted : I’d be delighted. To visit at her mother’s house d. To go to her mother’s house with Ted. Luxurious e. Anisah : Oh. To celebrate Ted’s birthday e. Fish d. To celebrate her birthday Text 2. . To some antique shops e. What are the girls looking for ? a. read the four possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard. b. You have to choose the best response to each question or statement. I am fine. h. b. Each monologues will be spoken two times.Questions : 6 to 10 Directions : In this part of the test. They will not be printed in your test book. a. f. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. a. They will not be printed in your test book. Unhappy Text 1. The water is stinky. a. Batubara will be in Surabaya on the 1st and 2nd of August 2005 to talk on “ Multicultural Education for the Youth. c. teach the youth to appreciate differences Registration for the talk is FREE. 11. and since then she has conducted many studies on multiculturalism in formal education. Their car. c. a well-known educator and researcher in multiculturalism. conduct multicultural studies. 06. Each monologues will be spoken two times. What is Diah going to do ? a. It’s just across the street. d. 14. Diah : Ted. Ms. : . 07. 13. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. come on. obtain a wholly approach to multicultural education b. 10. Nabila : Wait ! You can’t across the street in the middle of the block. g. a. My name is John Travolta The best answer to the question “ How are you ?” is choice (a). b. 08. To the department store d. This text is for question 16. so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. A cross-road e. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. e. the participants will be provided with information on how to : a. Let’s go across here. Milk and bread d. b. you should choose answer (a). I am in the living room. Jane Batubara. There is no more water The water is contaminated His cat His pet Bread Bones Soft food Steamed rice To the mall To the market To the boutique Poor Rich d. you will hear several monologues. b. would you come to my house tonight? We are celebrating our mother’s birthday. How are you ? Man : … You will also hear : e. Part III. a. Questions 11 to 15. Fish and bread e. You have to cross at the corner. Unfamiliar c. “ Multicultural Education of Indonesia in Surabaya” is proud to present Ms. c. thank you.” During the talk. A zebra crossing c. you will hear several monologues. She was appointed Principal of Jasmine International School in 1999. Food e. John. This text is for question 17. Directions : In this part of the test. Anisah There’s the shoe store we’ve been looking for. The text aims to …. c. The water tastes bad The colour is not good. After you hear a monologue and the questions about it. thank you. b. 16.” Therefore. 18. Now listen to a sample question : You will hear : Woman : Good morning. Let me introduce myself. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. d. A block of stores b. “ I am fine. 12. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. Nabila : Watch out ! You nearly got hit by that car ! Anisah : I guess you’re right. 17. A shoe-store Text 3. a. I will be more careful after this. To celebrate her mother’s birthday c. Please call Rina at (031) 715632 for seat reservation. 09. This text is for question 18 to 20. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. 15.

” The underlined word is close in meaning to …. There they found Snow White sleeping. 23. the participants will be provided with information on how to. in the evening b. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text ? a.” Doc said. d. . with whom Snow white ran away into the woods.” If you wish. This text is for question 24 to 27.” Snow White said. Part of this boom can be attributed to the fact that the national government of Germany will move to Berlin. East Berlin is like the rest of Germany – drab and depressed city. She ran away into the woods. Before the fall of the Berlin wall. She lived with her Aunt and Uncle because her parents were dead. could I ? Thank you. 26. completed b. a. Snow White ran from home …. provide information about multiculturalism e. She knocked but no-one answered so she went inside and fell asleep.” Then Snow White told the dwarfs the whole story and Snow White and the seven dwarfs lived happily ever after. c.” My name is Snow White. granted d. d. The city will once again be Germany’s leading city and a gateway to the expanding markets in Poland. Leading and expanding d. introduce multicultural education c. .b. predicted e. There are over 40 major construction projects underway and investment in new construction are expected to exceed $20 billion. She is a speaker 20. Once upon a time there lived a little girl named Snow White. She is an educator. Sophisticated and good e. . how Snow White went into the cottage e. you may live here with us. Czech Republic. known d.” … investment in new construction are expected to exceed $20 billion. He offered Snow White to stay with them. . a. supplied e. Before the fall of Berlin wall. It will become one of the richest cities in Germany c. 19. Snow White did not want her Uncle and Aunt to do this so she decided it would be best if she ran away. One day she heard her Uncle and Aunt talking about leaving Snow White in the castle because they both wanted to go to America and they didn’t have enough money to take Snow White. b. a. you may live here with us.” The underlined word can be replaced by … . b. b. e. c. 21. What changes happen to East Berlin after the fall of the Berlin wall ? a.. the seven dwarfs were coming home from work. She was very tired and hungry. Modern and interesting c. at midday e. b. what Snow White did after hearing her uncle’s plan d. in the morning c. How was East Berlin before the fall of the Berlin wall ? a. c. Which is NOT TRUE about Ms.. East Berlin was the centre of Germany. The next morning she ran away from home when her Aunt and Uncle were having breakfast. It’s now the center of the country’s government. The third paragraph describes in detail …. invite as many participants as possible to a seminar. It has become a state city. arranged Text 4. Then she saw this little cottage. It’s developing to become a leading city of Germany. contributed c. East Berlin has changed after the collapse of the Berlin wall. This text is for question 21 to 23. They went inside.” What did the dwarf mean with the words underlined ? a. There are not more than 40 major construction projects in East Berlin. and other countries east of the German border. Today it is a different story. at midnight 22. He asked Snow White for permission to stay with her. 24. Beautiful and nice.” If you wish. expanded c.” What is your name ?” Snow White said. He showed his interest in Snow White d. He wishes to stay with Snow White Text 5. where Snow White’s aunt’s and uncle had breakfast b. Jane Batubara ? a. He agreed to stay with Snow White e. The government of Germany has been moved to Berlin. It will be the biggest city in the world. She is an event organizer. East Berlin was like the rest of East Germany – drab and depressed. e. whom Snow White met in the woods. 27. a. Then Snow White woke up. Dull and uninteresting 25. e. She is a researcher d. calculated Text 6.” Oh. b. Meanwhile. She is a school principal c. promote Jasmine International School d. at noon d. She saw the dwarfs. The dwarf said. The dwarfs said. “During the talk. presented b.

their stepmother was beginning to wish she had never tried to get rid of the children. Their nose 34. Only male Sumatran elephants have tusk. She was pushed against the wall Text 7. The story is about a stepmother who …. She was locked in her house e. Their trunk is their nose. The witch was putting some stew in the oven when the stepmother gave her an almighty push. The steam makes small clouds in the bathroom. a. planned to eat her children c. a. A baby elephant is called a calf. a wild elephant b. Indonesia. Elephants hear some noises that cannot be heard by human ear. The witch fell into the oven and the stepmother shut the door. Meanwhile. tried to run away from a witch e. cried every night. two tusk. She planned to eat them both. a male Sumatran elephant 33. I hope in time you will forgive me. 32. polished c. at home. A baby elephant can weigh up to one ton. But where do clouds come from ? How does all the water get into the sky ? Think about your bathroom. She was hit with a broom d. when her feet were tired from walking and her lips were dry from thirst. She locked her children in a cage e. She hit the witch with a broom d. . This text is for question 32 to 35. She was trapped in a cage c. .” ( Paragraph 4 ) The underlined word can be replaced by the word …. and then we see small drops of water on the walls and windows. The Sumatran elephants are not easy to train 35. The average male elephant reaches eight feet high and weighs up to six tons. They flap their ears to cool themselves. marked b. She was burnt in the oven. “ I must find them. How did the witch die ? a. . cage b. They have big ears. a. He heart cried out when she saw the two children. b. These warm clouds meet the cold walls and windows. Their tusks c. animal Text 8.Which statements is NOT TRUE about the Sumatran elephants ? a.” They returned to their home and the stepmother became the best mother anyone could wish to have.2 ) The underlined word is close in meaning to …. Many hours later. The Sumatran elephant’s habitat is Sumatra. Their ears d. d. she came to the cottage belonging to the witch. c. She visited the witch to see her children 30. The male has tusks b. place e. saved her children from a witch 29. begged a witch for money d. The males are always larger than the females. a baby elephant c. There is hot water in your bath. Each night the children cried and begged the witch to let them go. group d.This text is for question 28 to 31. and of course they lived happily ever after ! 28.” she said and set off into the forest. Sumatran elephants have enough strength to knock down a tree. a. closed d. “When an elephant herd wants to move…” (Pr. opened e. trunk c. two eyes.” she said them tightly. “I have done a dreadful thing. This text is for questions 36 to 39 Rain always comes from clouds. They are massive creatures. Steam goes up from the hot water. Their trunk b. Male elephants are larger than the female e. When an elephant herd wants to move. What guides an elephant herd when they want to move ? a. I have come to save you. Just below their trunk. Which statement is TRUE about the stepmother ? a. The text describes …. “ Children. She loved her stepchildren c. They also use it like a hand. the Indonesian elephant e. The Good Stepmother The old witch locked Hansel in a cage and set Gretel to clean the house. Their hearing range is very large. the Sumatran elephant d. They can also pick up a log using their trunk and their tusks. it fans itself by flapping their ears back and forth. She was the witch’s friend b. Their feet e. two ears and two lumps on its head. An elephant has a trunk. “The witch fell into the oven and the stepmother shut the door. The stepmother peeped through the window. She picked up the broom leaning against the door and crept inside. It is known to be a clever animal. painted 31. When an elephant is hot. they have their tusks. they use their ears as a guide. . . the females are called cows. b. Let me take you home and become a family again.

those who disagree say that it is inhuman. statement b. Jakarta (JP). So fare no deaths have been reported. He is not able to decide. And then water from oceans changes into clouds and becomes rain. b. 40.The world is like your bathroom. Which of the following is the correct cycle of the rain ? a. Rain. I want to be humane. a. evaporation. The rain falls and runs into rivers. condensation.” Mohammad Haerollah. evaporation. Death penalty for serious criminals has been discussed by our experts. In this way he or she can start all over again in another life style. On the one hand. Death penalty is a worthwhile punishment e. locals felt47 of the tremors. The moving air b. the punishment in our country c. not effective and we cannot correct the wrong sentence after the criminal die. What is the writer’s opinion about death penalty ? a. The cold temperature c. Death penalty is not effective c. The criminals deserve to receive the benefit of human feeling. rain d. thought e. evaporation. they will create a lot of trouble by blackmailing and killing people. how sea water goes to the sky 37. evaporation 38. This text mainly discusses …. However. It is harder to live behind bars than to die e. this penalty does not exist. Death penalty is inhuman b. clouds. liquid to gas 39. who says that jails will stop them from being bad guys ? My own opinion is divided. The sun-light Text 9. cloud to steam c. how rain falls. I wonder if those people are worthy of my feeling. the function of rain c. Water. 42. those who support death penalty e.m. the death penalty in Switzerland d.“ However.8 in the opened Richter Scale. rain. So water is always moving from oceans to clouds to rain to river to oceans. Every person should have a chance for rehabilitation. at a depth of 32 kilometres. rain c. . “The clouds meet the cold air in the sky. clouds. fine d. The earthquake. not effective and we cannot correct the wrong sentence after the criminal die. So. The water in the ocean is warm when the sun shines on it. Officials at the meteorology and geo-physics office in Palu said earlier that the epicenter was in the Gulf of Tomini. b. gas to liquid e. The office recorded 396 tremors between 5. In Switzerland. those who are against death penalty 41. water to stream b. an official of the Central Sulawesi Office of the Ministry of Social Services. also damaged or destroyed hundreds of buildings. When they get out.30 p. and on the other hand. Antara News Agency reported on Saturday that most of the casualities were adults. told the Jakarta Post yesterday. that . rain b. He is against death penalty c. a.m. “ Only 3 of the 26 injured are still being treated at a government clinic. the formation of rain d. The text describes …. a. condensation e. measuring 5. Rivers run into the oceans. Some of this water goes up into the sky and makes clouds. Water. 43. on Sunday. The wind d. those who disagree say that it is inhuman. 36. a. The drops of water are rain. then we’ll see drops of water after the condensation of clouds to water. water. condensation. There’s possibility of misjudgment d. The hot water e. 32 kilometres east of Palu. Water. He agrees with the death penalty d. clouds. This text is for questions 40 to 43. condensation. However. on Saturday and 12.” (Paragraph 1) The underlined word can be replaced by …. injured by collapsing structures. The number of people injured in the weekend earthquake in the Central Sulawesi capital of Palu reached 26. The clouds meet the cold air in the sky. clouds. the process of condensation e. The agency also said. This text is for questions 44 to 47. Water. punishment c. Most people argue that the possibly of making the wrong decision is always there although it is true that spending life behind the bars is not easy either. Also. clouds.00 a. command Text 10. the rest have returned home. .” (paragraph 3 ) The underlined word means the changing of … . The wind carries the clouds for hundreds of kilometers. Those who agree say that death penalty will scare the criminals off. What makes the clouds change into small drops of water ? a. gas to steam d. Which of the following in NOT the reason for those who are against death penalty ? a. then we’ll see drops of water after the condensation of clouds to water. condensation. In the Sausu Trans village. . the death penalty controversy b. every person should have a chance for rehabilitation. evaporation. Those who agree argue that there is no use to feed the terrorists in prison with their money.

48. A famous tourism place. 44. built d. . c. The fence protects tourists. Pingvellir is also a very famous tourism place and thousands of people come there every year to see this smashing nature and its beautiful surroundings. and tiddlers. booked . 45. b. given something enjoyable e. An earthquake measuring 5. the weekend earthquake in Palu b. managed at the same way. Pingvellir Pingvellir is a very famous historic place in Iceland where a lot of things happened. Everyday a lot of people visit Pingvellir 50. . Suli. The visitor can camp at any places. They have put fences all around Pingvellir and there are special rules. Which statement is TRUE according to the text ? a. e. There were 349 tremors felt by people.” Only 3 of the 26 injured are still being treated at a government clinic” ( Paragraph 2) The underlined word may be replaced by …. This text as a whole reports …. A travel industry 49. is the largest lake in Iceland. d. “Pingvellir was reserved in 1928” ( Paragraph 2) The underlined word is synonymous with …. which have influenced the Iceland history. restored b. The Pingvellavatn lake. Torono. Kinds of fish in the lake. replaced e. remained c. and Malakosa villages. e. Sausu. Which statement is TRUE according to the text ? a. These 3 casualties were possibly badly injured. the casualities at a government clinic c. They have rebuilt the houses and many things for the travel industry. The earthquake happened in the South Sulawesi capital of Palu. . a. c. given medical care 47. famous place. Men have tried to do anything they can to protect this old. These 26 caualties couldn’t stand staying in the clinic any more. Why are 3 of the 26 injured still may be treated ? a. the activities of the officials at the meteorology and geo-physics office. and Malakosa were the worst places hit. They have also made many paths and you only allowed to camp on special places. b. May be the facilities at the clinic were complete enough. Pingvellir is a famous historic place. Text 11. b.victims were mainly residents of the Sausu. to protect the vegattion. Pingvallavatn is the largest island. A smashing nature e. and 144 deep. Pingvellavatn.7 km square. It is 83. Torono. considered in a certain way d. negotiated with somebody c. What does the text describe ? a. This text is for questions 48 to 50. the damaged building caused by the earthquake e. d. e.4 on the Richter Scale rocked Palu 46. The causalties felt comfortable with the hospital service. c. Now there is a fence all around Pingvellir to protect it from sheep and other animals which can destroy the vegetation. There are many kinds of fish in the lake. b. d. a. Pingvellir was reserved in 1928 and became a national park. Suli. a. Some people were killed by the earthquake c. the profession of Mohammad Haerollah d. which is in Pingvellir. The injured satisfied with the doctor’s treatment at that clinic. d. b. like trouts.

Getting a driver's license is a complicated process. 4. . in the opinion of many parents and employers. however. in France. and taking the driving test. standards of education in the public schools of Europe and North America have leveled off and. (E) Private schools are expensive because they provide more practical subjects than public schools do.66 PELATIHAN 9 BAHASA INGGRIS SPMB TH. In the United States. insist that the problem is not of falling standards but of rising expectations on the part of parents and employers. Therefore. though lower than those of the U. for example. (D) Learning to drive (D) The steps in getting a driver's license is a (E) The special privilege of driving a car complicated process. and illiteracy is becoming a social problem once again. society. The negative influence of television is frequently mentioned as a reason of growing illiteracy. many parents feel that the only way to secure a good education for their children is to send them to private schools. What is the main idea of the text? (E) Studying the traffic laws is included in the (A) Driving a car is a necessity in today's busy process of get ting a driver's license. (D) Dropout rates are rising. (B) The process of getting a driver's license (C) Driving a car is a special privilege for busy (C) Drivers in today's busy society people. 3. European dropout rates. and arithmetic. Private schools have become popular among parents. anyone who wants to drive must carry a driver's license. 7. 1. The text is about _____. (A) problems in current education systems (B) rising dropout rates in American public schools (C) factors determining general education standards (D) a comparison between the American and European education system (E) problem in education in Europe and American public schools 2. (C) Public school should offer more practical subjects. the American education system is clearly in trouble. Various factors have been blamed for the apparent decline in educational standards. learning to drive. Whether or not standards in public schools are actually falling. (D) Television has greatly contributed to the failure in public schools in general. eleven per cent of all school children attend private schools. despite the high tutition fees. 05 Text 1 After rising steadily for almost a century. (B) Dropouts lack basic knowledge of reading and writing. It is divided into four steps: studying the traffic laws. are rising too. over sixteen per cent do so. Others maintain that subjects like art and drama have been overemphasized at the expense of more practical subjects. Which of the following is thought to be a factor causing the decline in educational standards? (A) Discipline in schools is generally too strict. writing. (B) More children are leaving school because they realize that public schools have no discipline. (B) Teachers use too much television in class (C) There are too many pupils in one class. because _____. (E) The dropout rate in Europe is lower than that in the U. (C) The general trend in the world is that there is a decline in educational standards. Many teachers and principals. 6. With dropout rates of twenty-seven per cent in high schools and fifty per cent in colleges. Text 2 Driving a car is a necessity in today's busy society.S. Some people say that overcrowding and lack of discipline are major factors. taking the written test. What is the topic of the paragraph? (B) Anyone who wants to drive must carry a (A) The necessity of driving a car driver's license. and it is a special privilege. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the text? (A) School authorities do not think that the educational standards in public schools is declining. More and more children are leaving school with little more than a basic knowledge of reading.S.. (D) Subject like drama and art are neglected (E) Parents and employers expect too much from teachers H. which generally have smaller classes and stricter discipline. are actually falling. (A) they charge high tuition fee (B) their education system never has problems (C) parents' expectations for more practical subjects are met (D) they think that private schools provide better education (E) their rate of dropouts is lower than that in public schools 5. Which of the following statements about the education of children in public schools is NOT TRUE according to the text? (A) many children quit school. The popularity of such schools is growing steadily.

to burn 16. He has worked E. to do did done I. Being frightening E..67 Text 3 The ideals that children hold have important implications for their school experiences. He works C. Frightened D. A. To work B. is burning D. . Worked 15. A. A. to amaze D. the exercises. amaze E. has been burned E. high school students who believe in hard work. Such children are more likely to use their out-of. They are frightening C. burning B. responsibility and the value of ___11____ spend about 3 more hours a week on homework than do other students. (A) entertainment (B) exercises (C) experiment (D) education (E) economy 12. the refugees didn’t want to go home. he found away to produce special drink. Frightening B. This is a ____12_____ difference since the average student spends only about 5 hours a week doing homework. D. amazes 14. I smell something delicious ______. Your achievements are ________ A. (A) signify (B) significance (C) significant (D) signification (E) signified 13. burned C. ___ 10___. (A) Believe in (B) agree with (C) practise in (D) trust in (E) comply with 9. 1 left the students . doing . ______ by the next eruption. They are also less likely to drop out of school. C. They are frightened 17. amazed B. Working D.school time in ways that reinforce learning. A.. B. Children who ___8_____ the value of hard work and responsibility and who attach importance to education are likely to have higher academic achievement and fewer ______9_____ problems than those who do not have these ideals. amazing C. 8. (A) Such as (B) For example (C) Therefore (D) Consequently (E) Eventually 11.. _______day and night. (A) discipline (B) disciplina! (C) disciplinarian (D) disciplinable (E) disciplinary 10.

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(B) The effects of pesticides on crops and animals. causing a shift in the weather on earth. Actually the sunspots are cooler than the rest of the photosphere. Others have long lives in the soil. observations of sunspots have been recorded for several thousand years. (B) light rays from the sun (C) the layers of the atmosphere (D) liquid streams on the sun (E) small pieces of matter from the sun 44. Although there is no theory that completely explains the nature and function of sunspots. Sunspots have been observed in arrangements of one to more than one hundred spots. (E) The prohibition of using pesticides in Australia. The word "particles" in line 2 refers to (A) gas explosions in the atmosphere Text 2 Pesticides are routinely used in agriculture to destroy organisms that affect crops and animal food. About 5 percent of the spots are large enough so that they can be seen without instruments. (D) Australia banned the use pesticides. (A) not considered very important (B) widely accepted (C) subject to disagreement (D) relatively new (E) unbelievable 45. In which configuration do sunspots usually occur? (A) In one spot of varying size (B) In a configuration of two spots (C) In arrangements of one hundred or more spots (D) In any spot (E) In groups of several thousand spots . A typical sunspot consists of a dark central umbra surrounded by a lighter penumbra of light and dark threads extending out from the center like the spokes of a wheel. consequently. The sunspot theory is _____. There is also a marked tendency for the two spots of a pair to have opposite magnetic polarities. Typically. (C) Pesticides give serious effects on crops and animals. and the granules outside the spot are 6000 K. Even in suburban gardens. What is the main idea of the text? (A) Pesticides have been used routinely in agriculture. such as job enrichment and job enlargement. the strength of the magnetic field associated with any given sunspot is closely related to the spot's size. 46. Sunspots range in size from tiny granules to complex structures with areas stretching for billions of square miles. (D) The danger of pesticides on animals and human beings. great storms on the surface of the sun hurl streams of solar particles into the atmosphere. 41. Furthermore. the potential danger of some of these pesticides can be seen. innovative management approaches. What is the topic of the passage? (A) The use of pesticides in Australia. (B) Pesticides are harmful to animals and human beings. (E) Poisonous pesticides are still used in agriculture. have been adopted in many 47. What is the author's main purpose in the passage? (A) To propose a theory to explain sunspots (B) To describe the nature of sunspots (C) To compare the umbra and the penumbra in sunspots (D) To argue for the existence of magnetic fields in sunspots (E) To show the difference between umbra and penumbra 42. Some of these pesticides are dangerous to bird and animal life. several models attempt to relate the phenomenon to magnetic fields along the lines of longitude from the north and south poles of the sun. the temperature in a sunspot umbra is about 4000 K. whereas the temperature in a penumbra registers 5500 K. which may account for their color. but they tend to occur in pairs. (C) The routine use of pesticides is agriculture.69 PELATIHAN 10 SOAL UJIAN MASUK UGM 2007 Text 1 According to the controversial sunspot theory. Snail and slug bait put down to protect seedlings is the cause of increased numbers of cases of poisoning in domestic animals like cats and dogs. Text 3 In an attempt to appeal to both the fundamental and personal needs of workers. (A) undetermined causes (B) disturbances of wind (C) small rivers on the surface of the sun (D) the climate on the earth (E) changes in the earth's atmosphere 43. Solar particles are hurled into space by______. It is only recently that the chemical was banned from use in some areas of Australia because of its potential danger to human beings.

(D) Increasing the worker’s job is the fundamental and personal aspect. or making sure deadlines are met.70 organizations. Many modern architects insists on ______ materials native to the region that will blend into the surrounding landscape. factory workers might be grouped together and given responsibility for assembling the entire fuel system. Like humans. (A) proves (B) to prove (C) has been proved (D) has proved (E) has to prove 51. 50. What is the text about? (A) The fundamental and personal need of workers. (B) The importance of job enrichment and job enlargement. Job enrichment gives workers more authority in making decisions related to planning and doing their work. We might say that justice has been done when a man's innocence or guilt 50 beyond doubt. (C) The adoption of job enrichment and job enlargement as management approaches. Harvard _____ a school for men. (C) The worker’s job needs to be enlarged and enriched. (D) Increasing the workers’ job. 49. zoo animals must have a dentist _____ their teeth. (A) was used (B) used to be (C) was used to (D) was used to be (E) is used to being 57. 51 who seek it. justice acts like a living force. but now it is coeducational. (A) however (B) nevertheless (C) furthermore (D) therefore (E) otherwise 53. in part. we are. undertake an arduous journey and can never be sure that they will find it. (A) admit (B) admitted (C) admitting (D) to admit (E) to be admitted 55. (A) use (B) being used (C) to use (D) the use (E) using 56. serving as many women as men. (E) The needs of workers to get more jobs. Job enlargement increases the number of tasks workers perform by allowing them to rotate positions or by giving them responsibility for doing several jobs. (A) instant (B) instances (C) instantly (D) instantial (E) instants 54. Justice is part of the complex machinery of the law. When we use a phrase like 'it serves him right'. (A) That (B) This (C) It (D) These (E) Those 52. (B) Job enrichment and job enlargement are the fundamental and personal needs of workers. 48. 52 wise or eminent. There are rare 53 when justice almost ceases to be an abstract conception. (A) Job enrichment and job enlargement improve the quality of workers. What is the main idea of the passage? Text 4 The word justice is usually associated with courts of law. At such times. Reward or punishment are meted out quite independent of human interference. Rather than assembling just one component of automobile. Judges. checking quality of work produced. are human and can make mistakes. ___54 that a certain set of circumstances has enabled justice to act of its own accord. A worker might assume responsibility for scheduling work-flow. (E) The personal needs of workers depend on job enlargement and job enrichment .

The progress of the newly trained employees ______ quite significant to the demand of the company. Too much water makes plants _____ brown on the edges of their leaves. (A) the book was read by many people (B) the book made many people want to read it (C) many people wanted to read the book (D) its book was read by many people (E) the reading of the book interested many people . (A) have to be (B) to be (C) have been (D) are (E) is 60. _____.71 (A) fill (B) is filling (C) filled (D) filling (E) to be filled 58. After attending the luncheon of the biography of the greatest musician. (A) turn (B) turning (C) to turn (D) turned (E) are turning 59.