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Soal: 2 Choose the best respon to the following dialogue by clicking A, B, C, D or E.

Indra : Hi Ridho, what are you doing ? Ridho : Indra, I cant open this door ? Are you able to open it ? Indra : Okay, Ill try it. Oh, Im sorry .... I cant. A. I can do it. B. What a pity ? C. I know the way. D. It m able to do E it. . Soal: 3 Wacana V When we buy canned or bottled food products at the grocers or the supermarket, we will find out that there are some additives added to the main nutrients. An additives is a non-nutritive substance intentionally added to food generally in small quantities, to improve appearance, flavor, storage properties, etc. Most governments issue lists of permitted additives stating the highest acceptable concentration, defining food products in which they may be used and sometimes recommending the maximum daily consumption. Such legislation is revised periodically, and product may be added to or deleted from permitted lists because of additional scientific knowledge and experience of their use. A group of food additives includes vitamins, amino acids, and minerals which are added to foodstuffs to compensate for losses occurring during processing or to provide additional sources in diet that might otherwise be deficient in such nutrients. Examples of their use include enrichment o margarine with the addition of vitamin A, and niacin amide to flour or bread. Salt often has a small amount of iodine to it to avoid a diet deficiency that can cause goiter development.

Appearance is an important factor in food appeal, and legislation in most countries permits the addition of both natural and synthetic colouring mater based on the colouring standards issued by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO). Flavoring materials are added to basic foodstuff to provide a characteristic product flavor or to supplement or modify the original flavor. Most flavoring materials are still of natural origin, but progress in organic chemistry has made, it possible to analyze flavoring materials and to synthesize product similar with those found in nature. Flavor can also be influenced by the addition of the flavor enhancer such as monosodium glutamate which intensifies perception of flavoring. Canned or bottled food product contain additives besides .... Non-nutritive substances A. Margarine with vitamins B. Storage properties C. Small quantities D. E . Main nutrients

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dubious A. doubtful B. restless C.

jealous D. E . upset

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What will solve the problems of living on earth ? Living underwater A. Setting up large area in a jungle B. Inventing some equipment for living C. Pumping enough oxygen into the sea D. E . Opening a new area for living in some forests

Soal: 6 In any community its various arganism are linked in a complicated web relationships. There are many usually in balance with one another. If the natural web is disturbed, the results may be disastrous. As the rule, the various populations of organisms tend to adjust to seasonal and other changes, and the whole community stays in balance. Most disturbances come from man's activities. In an undisturbed forest, white-tailed deer feed on plants of varoius kinds. Wolves and mountain lions prey on the deer. When deer are numerous, their enemies become numerous too, because there is so much to feed upon. The deer and their enemies stay in balance with one another. The man enters the scene. He looks on animals such as wolves and mountain lions as harmful. He killsas many as possible. When the animals that feed on deer are killed, the deer multiply, without check. Soon the large deer population has eaten nearly all the plants available for food. Then the deer begin to starve. Another example of man's interference with natural communities is the use of

chemical insecticides. Grass in the sprayed ares may be eaten by cows. As a recult, teh milk of some cows has been found to contain too much DDT. the insecticides are also collcted in the tissues of birds that eat the sprayed insects. Some of the affected birds lay eggs that do not hatch. The number of birds therefore decreases, cutting down the food supply of other animals. Whether intended or not, almost evry change that man has made in natural webs of life has turned out to be a disaster for communities involved. Everything he does affects all therest of it, just as any change in the community or climate around him affects his won well-being. Thus, by changing natural communities, man may harm himself. "If natural web is disturbed........." (paragraph 1). The synonym of the word disturbed is.... defined A. derived B. defended C. disaproved D. interrupte E d . Soal: 7 Interviewer: Can you say your name again? Tina : Tina Sulaeman Interviewer: Address Tina : Jalan Sawo thirteen. Kebayoran Baru Interviewer: Latest education Tina : I graduated from the law faculty Where does the applicant lives? Jalan Sawo thirteen, Kebayoran Baru A. Jalan Sawo sixteen, Kemayoran B.

Jalan Seno thirteen, Kebayoran Baru C. Jalan Jambu thirteen, Kemayoran D. E . Jalan Sawo thirty, Kebayoran Baru

Soal: 8 Why were her eyes red? Because .... she cries A. she is crying B. she had been crying C. she has been crying D. E . she has cried

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If I have lunch at the restaurant with my mother, my father, a brother, and a sister (my brothers is nine years old, and my sister is seven years old), how much should I pay ? Rp. A. 240.000,Rp. B. 230.000,Rp.

C. 220.000,Rp. D. 182.000,Rp. E 172.000,. Soal: 10

What is the text about ? Fashions and accessories. A. Working condition. B. Company for sale. C. Company finance. D. E . Job vacancy

Soal: 11 The people are campaigning for a legal minimum wage for each industry since the minimum one is still low. The other word for "wage" is..... salaray A. product B. reward C.

profit D. E . gift

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I wonder I mean I was wondering if you might possibly if you would like to come to dinner. (Paragraph 2) The underlined word means . feel surprised A. feel worried B. feel C. confident feel sure D. E . feel doubt

Soal: 13 Thailand, wich has already won three gold medal at the Athena Olympics, will bid to host the games in 2016, media reports...on Sunday. said A. claimed B. purposed C.

demanded D. E . justified

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The text tell us about... West African countries A. Cameroons ability to feed its people B. Major foodstuffs in West African C. Cameroons food production D. E . Food self-sufficiency

Soal: 15 Without forest, nothing prevents the water running down to the lower land. If it happens, the ... will wash away the soil and the humus into the rivers. forest fire A. remaining forest B. rushing C. water cutting down trees D.

E .

falling leaves

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How much water should the glass be filled ? A quarter glass A. A half glass B. Three-quarter glass C. A glass D. E . Three glasses

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What is the main idea of the second paragraph? A beetle felt he is the most handsome. A. A beetle came to get angry to his lover. B. A beetle persuaded his lover to divorce. C. A beetle persuaded his lover to marry him. D.

E .

A beetle was upset because he greatly loved her.

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What is the story about? Mbok Gendongs daughter. A. Morgan Kesuma. B. An old grandmother. C. Mbok Gendong. D. E . A Gold Snail Princess.

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What did the writer and friends see when they were crossing the road ? An old woman carrying a small basket of coconuts. A. An old woman carrying a big basket of cookies. B. An old woman carrying a basket full of C. food. An old woman carrying a big basket of D. fruits E An old woman carrying a basket of big fruits.

. Soal: 20 Oil like coal and natural gas, is a fossil fuel. Fossil fuels made from the remains of dead plants and animals. It is thought that oil comes from tiny plants and animals whose bodies fell in their millions to the seabed when they died. There they were covered by sand and mud, which later hardened into rocks. In the course of millions of years, the plants and animal material underwent chemical changes and eventually turned into oil. Oil deposit lie hidden deep beneath th surface of the earth. They have to be searched for. Unles the oil actually somes to the surface, it is impossible to be certain that any is present. The rising demand for oil products keeps the oil companies busy exploring new oil fields, and drilling new wells. Exploration teams are sent to distant regions to search for oil. If the exploration shows good results, the company decides to drill a well. Thus the exploration phase ends, and production pahse begins. Crude oil has to be transported to refinery to be made into the many products that are useful to man, such as petrol, krosene, diesel oil, lubricants, asphalt. Furtehr processing gives aviation fuel, greases, fertilizers, insecticides, manmade fibres and many other things. The oil industry has a very complex and widespread ditribution system. Ocean takers, pipelines, rail tankers, and road takers are used to bring the oil products to seaport, inland depots, can and drum factories, and to tens of thousands of petrol stations in cities and along motorways. More than any other, oil industry influences the lives of men and women everywhere. From the largest to the simplest home, whose need may only be kerosens for its lammps and stoves, there is daily need for large quantities of the various products The duty of the exploration team us to... build oil refineries A. drill new well B. go to distant places C. find new oil fields D. E make a pumping station

. Soal: 21 Choose the best respon to the following dialogue by clicking A, B, C, D or E. Ms.Nova: Hello students, we meet again in this English course. You have been learning English with me for six months. .... with your progress in learning English? Sinta : Yes, I am. Now I can speak English fluently. How is it A. Do you agree B. May I teach you C. Are you satisfied D. E . What do you like

Soal: 22 An American young woman, Helen, was traveling through Europe on her first job after university. She was intelligent and spoke French and Italian. The Global Tours offered her to be a tour guide to escort twelve people. The offer made her so confused because in the meantime she wanted to meet her boyfriend, Tom. He was in Scotland. He phoned her that he was hired in a big company. He would be placed in Brisbane to study the use of suns heat to warm houses and factories. Baffled with what she was going to do, she met her close friend to ask for her advice. She advised her to be herself, not depending on a man. Helen started her work in mid-August. Ben, driver number one and Stan, driver number two were in charge of the bus. She remembered her lessons in university: Dont show your feelings. Be nice to the tourists. Make them happy. She knew it was not easy, though. She had to accommodate twelve people with twelve different characters. Mary liked to buy and write postcards. Angela always made troubles. Eleven people left from London. The other one would join the tour group in France. When they arrived at the Hotel Britania in Paris, a problem emerged. Angela

demanded a single room. But there was one that attracted her. It was Vic, the photographer. In Europe they went to see a lot of tourist resorts. In Paris they visited some interesting places. They enjoyed the famous museum Louvre, where the painting of Monalisa was displayed. They also visited Versailles, the great Palace. Helen was worried because Karen Benton, the one that was supposed to join in France did not come yet. Helen got a message from her that she would join the group in Switzerland. There they visited Lucerne, Venice and Doges Palace. In Lucerne Karen Benton arrived and joined the group. She said her passport was stolen in Kopenhagen. In Italia, they stayed in Rome, visited the Colosseum. Vatican museum. Then they continued their journey to Greece. Vic asked Helen to put a package on her case. He said his case did not have enough room for it. He said he would take back in Athens. He would give it to a friend of his as a present. Helen refused to do it. In Greece, they enjoyed a play at the Herod Atticus Theater, under the Acropolis hill. Vic looked strange. He liked went off alone. The journey then was continued to Istanbul. They visited Topkapi palace and the Bosphorus. Helen noticed that one of the group, Sarah, went off alone. Turkey was the last country they visited. She almost felt relieved. Up to now, she could have refrained herself. She remembered her lessons in university: Dont show your feelings. Be nice to the tourists. Make them happy. The group flew back to London. Helen saw them off at the airport. At the airport something happened. Vic was caught with a stolen passport. As he was interrogated by the customs officer, three policemen came. Vic took something from the camera case then dropped it. Sarah went out through the exit. Vic had a gun with him. He shot the police. The police shot back. A few minutes later, the police could catch Vic. Mary held Sarah. Later Helen knew that Mary worked for Interpol. Vic and Sarah smuggled passports. Sarah was Vics girl friend. They gave passports to ones who needed in every country they visited. Due to their criminal act, they were put in jail in Turkey for many years. Helen was surprised when Angela, the difficult woman, came to her at the airport and said, Thank you for a great holiday, Helen. You are a wonderful woman. She felt wonderful. She liked her job better. She had two days in Turkey for a rest. In the hotel, she received two letters. One was from Tom and the other was from Global Tours. In his letter, Tom offered her to find a job in Brisbane. He also said he loved her very much. The Global Tours offered her another job in Kenya. She had expected to go to Kenya for a long time. She wanted to work and wander in a country inhabited by wild animals. Helen was confused to choose. At last she made up her mind, she took the Global Tours offer. She had to take the chance for her life time. Tom could wait for her in another time. Referensi : Penerbit : Penulis : Halaman : Bahan Ajar Bahasa Inggris SMA, 9 Juni 2006 PT. Tunas Melati Kidam, MS.Ed., Drs. Wasito Hadi, MA., Dra. Yeni S., MS.Ed. 8-9

Vic took something from the camera case then dropped it. (Paragraph 3) What does the word it refer to? something A. camera B. gu C. n case D. E . wallet

Soal: 23 Ann is going to America next month. Shes never been there before. Shes really ... now. excited A. worried B. confused C. horrified D. E . surprised

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There is not enough land, food or work for all the people on earth shows

us .... social and politic problems A. cultural and politic problems B. economic , politic and social problems C. politic, cultural and demography problems D. E . demography, economic and social problems

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Where can you get your bill? At the front desk. A. At the cashiers desk B. At the fire alarm box. C. At the emergency exit. D. E . At the fire distinguishers.

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What is the main idea of paragraph 2 ?

The writer and friends ran toward the old woman. A. The writers friends went to a coffee shop. B. The writer called the ambulance C. The old woman shook her head. D. E . The old woman could not reply.

Soal: 27 NOISE Noise can be defined as sound that we do not want. This definition is a subjective one, however, because what is unwanted sound to other. Noise is subjective. That noise is subjective may mean that people receive it at different levels. This two people will not agree that the loud music from a neighbours house, for example, is noise. To one of them , however, it is tolerable, noisewhile to the others it is anoying noise. This different in the levels of reception between two people may be due to the fact the former is a patien person, whille the letter is not. To borrow a term from psychology, the person who can tolerate the loud music is said to have been conditioned, whill the person who is annoyed by it is said not to have been conditioned by the noise. In additio to the tolerance and annoyance levels, three is yet another level of noise reception. This is what might be called the demage level, where the noise is such that it demage the eardrum. The demage may be temporary, and in this case the person concerned may be only temporarily deafened. It may be also be that the damage is permanent. When this occurs the person become permanentely deaf. Very often however, deafness does not occur right way but comes gradually as result of along periode of exposure to the source of loud noise. The person concerned may tolerate that noise because he was been conditioned by it, but demage is done. The damaging noise will accelerate his gradual loss of hearing due to growing age. Why is the definition of sound subjective? Because.... the reception of sound is not the same for everyone

A. the sound which is received by some people is the same B. for some people sound can cause the damage of eardrum C. the reception of sound can make someone enjoy D. E . the sound is difficult to be classified

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What does the Company look for? Supervisor A. . Technical Civil Engineer. B. Civil Engineer. C. Marketing Director. D. E . Sales Engineer

Soal: 29 Richard and Philip invited Mrs. Moffat to their barbecue. Richard and Philips barbecue was, of course, a great success. About twenty people came and Richard and Philip cooked lots of hamburgers and chicken and made a big salad and brought big pieces of watermelon and everyone laughed and joked and told Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton how wonderful their sons were. I ate one hamburger and didnt talk to anybody. After a

while, I left, and made sure that nobody saw me leave. Mrs. Moffat ate three plates of chicken and two hamburgers. After that she said she was very tired and was going to go and have a sleep. She walked over to her umbrella and sat down on her deckchair and went to sleep. When she woke up later, everybody on the beach was surprised to hear her screaming and shouting. My bag!!!! My bag!!! she shouted. Its gone!!! Its GONE!!! Everybody on the beach ran over to Mrs. Moffat to see what the problem was. Someone has taken my bag!!! she screamed, Someone has stolen my bag!!! Impossible! said everybody else. This is a very safe, friendly beach! There are no thieves here! But it was true. Mrs. Moffats big bag wasnt there anymore. Nobody had seen any strangers on the beach during the barbecue, so they thought that Mrs. Moffat had perhaps taken her bag somewhere and forgotten it. Mr. Morelli from the caf organized a search of the beach. Everybody looked everywhere for Mrs. Moffats big bag. Eventually, they found it. My father saw it hidden in the sand under a deckchair. A green deckchair. Richard and Philips deckchair. My father took it and gave it back to Mrs Moffat. Everybody looked at Richard and Philip. Richard and Philip, the golden boys, stood there looking surprised. Of course, they didnt know what to say. Mrs. Moffat looked in her bag. She started screaming again. Her purse with her money in it wasnt in the big bag. My purse! she shouted, My purse has gone! Those boys have stolen it! They organized a barbecue so they could steal my purse! Everybody tried to explain to Mrs Moffat that this couldnt possibly be true, but Mrs Moffat called the police. The police arrived and asked golden Richard and golden Philip lots of questions. Richard and Philip couldnt answer the questions. Eventually, they all got into a police car and drove away to the police station. I sat there, pretending to read my book and trying to hide a big, fat purse under the sand on the beach. That was the last summer we went to the beach. My parents never talked about Richard and Philip again.
Referensi: http://www.britishcouncil/learnenglish/narrative

rich A. kind B.

smart C. helpful D. E . creative

Soal: 30 Which of the following words is not connected with food and drink? omlette A. porridge B. cornflake C. coke D. E . glue

Soal: 31 Wacana III OIL That oil has helped to shape the world is not an oxygenation. Indeed, the discovery of oil during the last hundred years has changed a great deal of things. An oil product called kerosene has replaced firewood in the kitchen of our cities. Motor vehicles using gasolineor diesel oil have put animal drawn carriges into museums. Steamships have lost against motor vehicles. Diesel locomotives have driven steam locomotives off the rails. Jet planes using aviation feul fly the skies, making remote places reachable in a matter of hours. That oil is indispensable to our everyday lives is not an exaggenaration,

either. Yet few of us ever ask how this important liquid is extracted from the earth and changed into finished products. In the first place, it is not an easy matter to find an oil reserve. Exploration teams, sent by oil companies, have to go to remote places, and sometimes have to live under harsh conditions, to explore the earth or seabed for oil. They study the rock and the soil, and if there are promising result, the next thing for the oil company to do is to send a drilling team to the location. Again, this not a simple matter. Roads, for examples, have to be built first to transport the men and materials to the site. What is worse, the first drilling does not always bring about oil. The drilling team often has to drill up to ten wells before oil is found. An oil product called ... has replaced firewood in the kitchen of our cities. Diesel oil A. Gasoline B. Kerosene C. Lubrican D. t E . Petrol

Soal: 32 ... very kind of you to help me. This is A. There is B. it C.

D.

E . Soal: 33 The teacher asked : Why did you come late, Mary? The teacher asked why .... She comes late A. She had come late B. Had she come late C. She came late D. E . Did she come late

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Which of the following is a suitable date to make a refreshing New Year ? 30th December A. 31st December B. 1st January C. 7th January D. E 31st January

. Soal: 35 The best arrangement of the following sentence is... 1. We have to jog at least three times a week or every other day. 2. We can jog on the streets, in the big squares, in the park, etc. 3. We only need a pair of running shoes, a sport shirt, shorts, adn sock. 4. So, don't jog only on Sundays. 5. Jogging does not need a lot of money 6. If we want to make our body fit. 6-1-2-4-5A. 3 5-2-6-1-3B. 4 5-3-2-6-1C. 4 6-1-5-3-2D. 4 5-3-6-1-4E 2 . Soal: 36 An American young woman, Helen, was traveling through Europe on her first job after university. She was intelligent and spoke French and Italian. The Global Tours offered her to be a tour guide to escort twelve people. The offer made her so confused because in the meantime she wanted to meet her boyfriend, Tom. He was in Scotland. He phoned her that he was hired in a big company. He would be placed in Brisbane to study the use of suns heat to warm houses and factories. Baffled with what she was going to do, she met her close friend to ask for her advice. She advised her to be herself, not depending on a man. Helen started her work in mid-August. Ben, driver number one and Stan, driver number two were in charge of the bus. She remembered her lessons in university: Dont show your feelings. Be nice to the tourists. Make them happy. She knew it was not easy, though. She had to accommodate twelve people with twelve different characters. Mary liked to buy and write postcards. Angela always made troubles. Eleven

people left from London. The other one would join the tour group in France. When they arrived at the Hotel Britania in Paris, a problem emerged. Angela demanded a single room. But there was one that attracted her. It was Vic, the photographer. In Europe they went to see a lot of tourist resorts. In Paris they visited some interesting places. They enjoyed the famous museum Louvre, where the painting of Monalisa was displayed. They also visited Versailles, the great Palace. Helen was worried because Karen Benton, the one that was supposed to join in France did not come yet. Helen got a message from her that she would join the group in Switzerland. There they visited Lucerne, Venice and Doges Palace. In Lucerne Karen Benton arrived and joined the group. She said her passport was stolen in Kopenhagen. In Italia, they stayed in Rome, visited the Colosseum. Vatican museum. Then they continued their journey to Greece. Vic asked Helen to put a package on her case. He said his case did not have enough room for it. He said he would take back in Athens. He would give it to a friend of his as a present. Helen refused to do it. In Greece, they enjoyed a play at the Herod Atticus Theater, under the Acropolis hill. Vic looked strange. He liked went off alone. The journey then was continued to Istanbul. They visited Topkapi palace and the Bosphorus. Helen noticed that one of the group, Sarah, went off alone. Turkey was the last country they visited. She almost felt relieved. Up to now, she could have refrained herself. She remembered her lessons in university: Dont show your feelings. Be nice to the tourists. Make them happy. The group flew back to London. Helen saw them off at the airport. At the airport something happened. Vic was caught with a stolen passport. As he was interrogated by the customs officer, three policemen came. Vic took something from the camera case then dropped it. Sarah went out through the exit. Vic had a gun with him. He shot the police. The police shot back. A few minutes later, the police could catch Vic. Mary held Sarah. Later Helen knew that Mary worked for Interpol. Vic and Sarah smuggled passports. Sarah was Vics girl friend. They gave passports to ones who needed in every country they visited. Due to their criminal act, they were put in jail in Turkey for many years. Helen was surprised when Angela, the difficult woman, came to her at the airport and said, Thank you for a great holiday, Helen. You are a wonderful woman. She felt wonderful. She liked her job better. She had two days in Turkey for a rest. In the hotel, she received two letters. One was from Tom and the other was from Global Tours. In his letter, Tom offered her to find a job in Brisbane. He also said he loved her very much. The Global Tours offered her another job in Kenya. She had expected to go to Kenya for a long time. She wanted to work and wander in a country inhabited by wild animals. Helen was confused to choose. At last she made up her mind, she took the Global Tours offer. She had to take the chance for her life time. Tom could wait for her in another time. Referensi : Bahan Ajar Bahasa Inggris SMA, 9 Juni 2006 Penerbit : PT. Tunas Melati

Penulis : Kidam, MS.Ed., Drs. Wasito Hadi, MA., Dra. Yeni S., MS.Ed. Halaman : 8-9 What does the text tell us about? An American young woman A. Angela life B. Helens biography C. Toms life style D. E . A Chance of a Life Time

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What is the complication part of the story? Snow White went inside and fell asleep. A. Snow White run away from home. B. The seven Dwarfs were coming home. C. Snow White saw the little Cottage. D. E . Uncle and Aunt were talking about leaving Snow White.

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The text mainly tells us about .... seals, sea lions,dolphins, sea cows belong to sea mammals A. the difference of sea mammals community B. the difference behaviour of sea mammals C. different characteristic of sea mammals D. E . all sea mammals give birth on land

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Besides, this rubbish can deteriorate the scene. (Paragraph 2) What does the underlined word mean? strengthen A. change B. worsen C. shorten D. E . improve

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A close co-operation among the member of ASEAN countries would bring mutual benefits which will promote....... prosperity A. efficiency B. effectivity C. responsibilty D. E . activity

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What part of the story shows the complication? That night, before the princess went to bed, the prince slipped his A. bowling ball under one hundred mattresses. Every time he met a nice girl, his mom and dad would pile one B. hundred mattresses on top of a pea. The princess would politely say, Fine, thank you. C. And the King would see her at the door. D. E . Once upon a time there was a prince.

Soal: 42 Tanto didnt pass the examination because he didnt study his lessons seriously. He ... if he had wanted to succeed.

could have studied hard A. had studied hard B. might study hard C. should have studied hard D. E . has studied hard

Soal: 43 The man is engineer. his wife had a birtday party yesterday. The best combination of thwo sentences is............... the wife who is an engineer had a brithday party yesterday A. the wife who had a birthday party yesterday is an engineer B. the man who had a brthday party yesterday is an engineer C. the man whose wife is an engineer had abirthday party yesterday D. E . the man whose wife had a birthday party yesterday is an engineer

Soal: 44 Hi, Anir!I have .....in my pocket. Can you guess what it is? none A. nothing

B. everything C. anything D. E . something

Soal: 45 Choose the best respon to the following dialogue by clicking A, B, C, D or E. Winda Tom Winda : Tom, what happened to your leg ? : I fell when I was playing football and my leg was broken. : ....

I think so. A. Thank you. B. Thats too bad. C. It was necessary. D. E . That would be nice.

Soal: 46 What are they doing?

The man is talking to his friend A.

The man is whispering something to his wife B. The man is whispering something to his friend C. The two man are using glasses D. E . The two man are listening to their friend

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What is the main idea of the second paragraph? A beetle felt he is the most hand some. A. A beetle came to get angry to his love. B. A beetle persuaded his love to divorce. C. A beetle persuaded his love to marry him. D. E . A beetle was upset because he very loved her.

Soal: 48 Choose the best respon to the following dialogue by clicking A, B, C, D or E. Adam : .... How are you ? Soraya: Im fine thanks. How are you? Adam : Im very well. Thank you.

Hows life? A. Hello, Soraya. B. How do you do? C. Goodbye, Soraya. D. E . Nice to meet you.

Soal: 49 what is the text about? Birth rate A. Social problem B. World population C. Population in Indonesia D. E . family planing program

Soal: 50 Choose the correct respon for the following dialogue by clicking A, B, C, D or E. Ranti : Hi, Hilman, .... Hilman: If you ask me, this problem is a little too difficult. Thank you for your comments. A.

How do you like the mobile phone ? B. Why do you think the mobile phone ? C. In my opinion it is not needed to ban mobile phone in the school. D. E . What do you think of using a mobile phone in the classroom?

Soal: 51 Arrange the following jumbled setence into a good order. 1.The first two, which are most commonly known are the General Assembly and the Security Council 2.It consists of 27 members 3.There are six principle organs within the UN. 4.The council is in charge of initiating studies in international economic, social, culture, educational, health and related matters. 5.It also coordinates the activities of a number of inter governmental agencies under it. 6.The third principal organ of the world organization is the Economic and Social Council. 3-2-1-6-4A. 5 3-1-6-2-4B. 5 4-5-6-1-2C. 3 2-3-1-4-6D. 5 2-3-1-6-4E 5 .

Soal: 52 Choose the best respon to the following dialogue by clicking A, B, C, D or E. Linda :Why you look so sad ? Riani : Its predicted that the National Examination of this year is more difficult than before. Linda : Please be optimistic. If we study harder, we can pass well. Riani : .... Im relieved to hear A. that. It is really embarassing. B. How do you like ?. C. I dont think so. D. E . Im satisfied.

Soal: 53 Father: Would you mind accompanying your mother to New York tomorrow? Raka : Id be glad to. .. I really love my mom. A. Im worried. B. Im surprised. C. Its D. beautiful.

E .

Its wonderful.

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How many street children are sheltered by the organization ? 7 children A. 17 chidren B. 97 children C. more than 300 children D. E . 19987 children

Soal: 55 Vony is at a station information desk. She asking about the train to Surabaya. Vony : .........do you know what time the next train leaves for Surabaya. The man : a half an hour. Just wait. How do I A. know I'm very sorry B. Sorry to trouble C. you I beg you D. pardon E Attention, please

. Soal: 56 Mom : Girls, make up your beds! Nindi : what did mom say to you just now? Ninin : She asked us...our beds.

make up A. made up B. to make up C. making up D. E . should make up

Soal: 57 By experimenting with combinations of chemicals, manufactures have produces a wide variety of effective dusts and sprays to control plant pests. Some, such as those containing pyrethrum, work well and do not harm to people, pets, and birds. There are others that contain stronger chemicals, such as DDT, melathion, diazinon, and chlorine. These can be extremly dangerous if they are not properly used. The first thing to do in dealing with plant pests is to seek the proper advice. Trained salesmen at garden stores can supply valuable information on the correct product to use. If the problem is a complicated or stubborn one, additional advice should be obtained from government agricultural departement offices. What is the main idea of the second paragraph? Farmers should have good knowlege to fight plant pests A. Agricultural departement only deals with complicated problems

B. Valuable information to control plant pests is needed by farmer C. Proper advise to control plant pests is provided by trained salesmen D. Pesticides can be obtained freely in government agricultural E department . Soal: 58

The communicative purpose of the text is .... To explain the processes of the sociocultural phenomena. A. To persuade people how to be a talkative person. B. To tell the readers about past experience. C. To amuse the readers with the story. D. E . To describe about the mosquito.

Soal: 59

Who attends Pre-Orientation Admission? One who gets services at AOS A. One who finds a job in the USA B.

One who has got a TOEFL score C. One who has registered at one of American universities D. E . One who is going to study at one of American universities

Soal: 60

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What are undertaken by the work? The collection and data. A. The data and the results. B. The data and the analysis results. C. The collection and analysis results. D. E . The collection and analysis of data.

Soal: 61

Alphabet A. The Egyptians B.

Hieroglyphics C. The Greeks D. E . The priests

Soal: 62 Ricky : You look happy with your new job here. Nelly : you're right. my family and I are happier here, ....my salary is smaller than before in spite of A. although B. because C. since D. E . when

Soal: 63 I realize that I am a naughty boy, but I never hurt you, .........? do A. I do B. you don't C. I

don't you D. are't E I . Soal: 64 Some drugs taken in large quantities cause permanent brain damage. The opposite of word permanent is.... lasting A. foreve B. r restricted C. unlimited D. E . temporary

Soal: 65 Choose the best respon to the following dialogue by clicking A, B, C, D or E. Anita : Riani, you look so sad today. Whats up ? Riani : My mother is hospitalized. She is sick. Anita : .... Youd better to apologize now A. You have my permission B. Thats too bad.

C. I feel boring D. Im E sorry . Soal: 66 "If women in the late 1960's had been given equal right as men, there would not have been 'women's liberation' movement!" This sentences means that.......at that time. women will not have equal rights as men A. women didn't have equal right as men B. women do not have equal rights as men C. women have not had equal rights as men D. E . women might not have equal rights as men

Soal: 67 Mrs. Anwar : I heard that your son had won a scholarship to Pajajaran University. Mrs. Budiman :Yes, thats right...... He never ignores our advice and always studies hard. I'm proud of him. A. I prided myself on his success B. His pride would not let him down. C.

I'm too porud to have been successful. D. E . He is a profile of a successful student.

Soal: 68 The manager always comes early to the office. I wonder where he lives. I often see him driving his car to jalan Pakubuwono Kebayoran Baru. So he lives not far from the office then. The manager's car A. The manager's office B. The manager's house C. The manager's address D. The manager's E driver . Soal: 69

Fire extinguishers are available next to each fire alarm box. The bold word means .... apparatus for putting out fire A. equipment of making B. fire tools for lighting a C. fire

means of burning D. E . kinds of firing

Soal: 70 Wacana I TRADE FOR THE GOOD THINGS IN LIFE One person has vegetables, but wants fruit. Another man has a great deal of fruit, but want some vegetables. So the first man gives some of his vegetables to the second, and the second man gives some of his fruit to the first. He has exchanged the vegetables for the fruit. They are happy now. Trade has made them happy. People have always traded. Why have they traded? They have traded because they have wanted a better life. At first people exchanged their things for other things. Now people buy and sell things they trade for money. Many foreigners have come to Indonesia for trade. The first traders came for spices. That was for very long time ago. Now the traders come here for many other things. History has shown us that a country has to trade if its people want a better life. Indonesia is trying hard to improve its trade. It sells many things to other countries but the most important things are oil, rubber, tin and copra. What has trade to other countries brought us? It has brought the things that we do not make. The cars that we drive, the tarin that we ride in, and the watches that we wear are examples of this things. It is not hard to understand that they have made life better. But we can trade only if we have more things than we need. So we have to make or produce more things to sell. We have to produce more oil, more rubber, more tin, and more of other things. We have to produce better things, too, because we can get more money for them. All this means hard work for us, hard work at school, hard work at the office, hard work in the city, hard work in the country, hard work everywhere. By this way we can all enjoy the good things in life. The first trader come to Indonesia for ... . Tin A. Copra B.

Spices C. Rubber D. E . Watches

Soal: 71

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What is the main idea of the second paragraph? The canal theory was made. A. Mars is considered as a planet. B. The planet is with man-made canals. C. Mars was discovered by Schiaparelli. D. E . Viking I was the first man landing on Mars.

Soal: 72

half a circle A. part of the circumference of a B. circle

line marks out a circle or other curved figure C. straight line drawn from side to side through the centre of a circular D. straight line from the centre of a circle to any point on the E circumference . Soal: 73 The government has given a/an .... To factories which are pollutingneighboring river with their waste. note A. warning B. attention C. regulation D. E . announcement

Soal: 74

1 A. 2 B. 3

C. 4 D. E . 5

Soal: 75

What did the mosquito talk about ? His voice A. His friends B. His feeling C. His vacation D. E . His annoyance

Soal: 76

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Which of the following statements IS TRUE according to the text? The worlds population is evenly spread out. A. Farming may not be difficult in a place without fertile land and B. adequate rainfall.

There are a lot of people living in hilly areas and areas with harsh C. climate. People settle in areas where the soil is not fertile and the climate is not D. too harsh. Two mains factors are the physical condition of the place the level E and of technology of the people. . Soal: 77

Will you help me? A. Could you help me? B. Would I help you? C. May you help me? D. E . Can I help you?

Soal: 78 Mirna: Why didnt you come to my party last night? Wina: I am sorry. My mother was sick. I must accompany her to the doctor. Mirna: Okay, forget it. A. It doesnt matter. B. Okay, never mind.

C. Thats okay. D. I am sorry to hear E that . Soal: 79

What tragic news is stated in the text? Oliver died A. Chris lost a car B. Greg lost his son C. Kitty got an accident D. E . A demo car was lost

Soal: 80

The following statements are true, EXCEPT . In speech, people usually say the same thing in a number of different A. ways When people speak they do a number of things. B. Speech has the same rule as writing. C.

Speech doesnt follow the rule of writing. D. E . Speech is not similar to writing.

Soal: 81 Fitri : What would you like to drink, tea or coffe? Helmi : Actually I drink both, but I......tea........coffe now prefer - tha A. n like - than B. prefer - to C. would rather - to D. E . choose - better than

Soal: 82 A : more and more people have died as the victims of war B : that's terriable. I wish we were living in a word with no war or dispute between countries. "I wish we were living in a word with no war or dispute between countries." means.......... we are living in peaceful world A. we were living in a peaceful B. world we are not living in peaceful C. world

we were not living in peaceful world D. E . we will living in peaceful world

Soal: 83

She dropped her basket of fruits and squatted down. (Par.1) The synonym of the underlined word is .... ran A. fell B. walked C. stepped D. E . knocked

Soal: 84 The books on this shelf, ... are about child education, belong to my sister-inlaw. which of the most A. in which B. that of most C. most of which

D. E . of which

Soal: 85 You are going to a tourist resort. You want to know about object in detail. Ask the guide everything you want to know. One of your question is : ..The founder of this building? Cold you to tell me A. Why you dont tell me B. Are you telling me C. What do you tell me D. E . Do you want to tell me

Soal: 86 lake Toba is one of the tourist.in Indonesia. Lakes A. Resort B. Bureaus C. Sceneries D.

E .

Landscape

Soal: 87

violate A. consider B. omit C. complicate D. E . investgiate

Soal: 88 Choose the best respon for the following dialogue by clicking A, B, C, D or E. Lisna : Would you like to have a pancake, Reza ? Reza : .... Thank you. Hmmmm, this tastes really good. Lisna : Thank you. Im glad you like it. Yes, please. A. No, thanks. B. Want some? C. I dont believe it.

D. E . What will you have?

Soal: 89

I am sorry. I couldnt. A. I am confused with it. B. I am exhausted today. C. I am unsatisfied with it. D. E . I am regretted to come.

Soal: 90 A wide variety of herbaceous plants are cultivated for their edible leaves, stems, roots, fruits, and seed. Vegetables provide important minerals and vitamins in human nutritions and add variety and interest to meals. Vegetables are grown in environments ranging from city window boxes and home gardens to large commercial farms. More than 40 types are widely cultivated, including leafy salad crops, such as lettuce, spinach, endive, celery, Chinese cabbage; root crops such as beets, carrots, potatoes, sweet potatoes, radishes, turnips, rutabagas; Cole of other type grown for their fruit or seed such as peas, beans, sweet corn, squashes, melons, tomatoes. Many vegetable species, through careful selection of varieties, can grown in widely diverse environments. Growers must still be creful, however, to choose varieties, can be grown in widely diverse environments. Growers must still be careful, however, to choose varieties adapted to their particular soils and climates. Most of the common vegetables species used for crop farming were developed in temperate regions, but some have been adapted to the Tropics. Tropical vegetables include a variety of root crops (particurarly yams and cassave); diverse melons, squashes, adn beans; and many kinds of

plants grown for their edible leaves and stem. Vegetables which are grown in large commercial farms are likely to produce ..........to the growers or farmers. pride A. profit B. enjoyment C. satisfaction D. E . professionalism

Soal: 91 Wacana V When we buy canned or bottled food products at the grocers or the supermarket, we will find out that there are some additives added to the main nutrients. An additives is a non-nutritive substance intentionally added to food generally in small quantities, to improve appearance, flavor, storage properties, etc. Most governments issue lists of permitted additives stating the highest acceptable concentration, defining food products in which they may be used and sometimes recommending the maximum daily consumption. Such legislation is revised periodically, and product may be added to or deleted from permitted lists because of additional scientific knowledge and experience of their use. A group of food additives includes vitamins, amino acids, and minerals which are added to foodstuffs to compensate for losses occurring during processing or to provide additional sources in diet that might otherwise be deficient in such nutrients. Examples of their use include enrichment o margarine with the addition of vitamin A, and niacin amide to flour or bread. Salt often has a small amount of iodine to it to avoid a diet deficiency that can cause goiter development. Appearance is an important factor in food appeal, and legislation in most countries permits the addition of both natural and synthetic colouring mater based on the colouring standards issued by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO).

Flavoring materials are added to basic foodstuff to provide a characteristic product flavor or to supplement or modify the original flavor. Most flavoring materials are still of natural origin, but progress in organic chemistry has made, it possible to analyze flavoring materials and to synthesize product similar with those found in nature. Flavor can also be influenced by the addition of the flavor enhancer such as monosodium glutamate which intensifies perception of flavoring. Tinned food is very practical, but it is not as good as ... food Fast A. Fresh B. Bottled C. Canned D. E . Synthetic

Soal: 92 The weather forecast, the story about the candidates, and the movie reviews are examples of messages from the media. A communication medium is a means of communicating a message. Examples of media are televisions, radios, newspapers, books, and the telephones. The media that can reach many people at once are called mass media. It is not difficult to thinkof other messages we receive through the mass media. Every day we get hundreds of them. Think about advertisements, for example. We see and hear these messages almost everywhere we go. Advertisements are important messages, even though they are somtimes annoying.Tehy help us compare and evaluate products. Most of us get informaton from the media than from the classroom. Think for a moment about how you learn about local news and events. Do you depen on the other people or media?What about international news?What is the most important source of information for you?People who are asked these questions usually answer "Television." We use the information we get from radios, televisions, newspaper and other media to make decisions and opinions. That is why the mass media are so

important. Editorials and articles in newspapers help us decide how to vote. Consumers' report on television help us decide how to spend our money, and international news on the radio or TV makes us think and form opinions about questions of war and peace. With each improvement in media. audiences become larger and larger. Thanks to the communication satellite, television audiences have become international. More than 500 million people watched the first walk on the moon, for example. And more than 1 billion watched the events of the recent Olympic Games. What means of communication is the text focussing on? Newspapers A. Mass Media B. Telephones C. Radios D. E . Books

Soal: 93 He did not pass his oral examination because he was either nervous ____

Or he did not prepare himself well A. And did not prepare well B. Also the preparation was not good C.

Or not well prepared D. E . But he was not well prepared

Soal: 94

The films greatest strengths are its snapshots of Delhi life, ... (paragraph 4) The word its refers to ... The dramatic element A. Monsoon Wedding B. The great film C. The comic relief D. E . Criminal behaviour

Soal: 95 Its incredible that in our country the inflation rate has risen to two digit. The underline word means .... Impolite A. Impossible B. Unbreakable C.

Unbelievable D. E . Uncomfortable

Soal: 96 1. His sister added Wage Rudolf to his name, so it became Wage Rudolf Supratman. 2. When he was seven years old his father sent him to Budi Utomo elementary school. 3. Two years later he joined his sister in Ujung Pandang. 4. She did this to enable her to send his brother to Dutch elementary school. 5. Supratman was born on 9 th march, 1903. The best arrangement of the sentences above is 2-5-3-6-1A. 4 2-3-5-1-6B. 4 5-6-2-3 -1C. 4 5-2-6-3 -1D. 4 2-3-5-1-6 E - 4 . Soal: 97

A mobile phone is .... a means of transportation A. a means of communication B.

a means of making something C. a means of writing to someone D. E . a means of sending some letters

Soal: 98 Hot boning is an energy saving technique for the meat processing industry. It has received considerable attention in recent years when increased pressure for energy conservation has accentuated for more efficient methods of processing the bovine carcass. Cooling of an entire carcass requires a considerable amount of refrigerated space, since bone and trimmable fat are cooled along with the muscle. It is also necessary to space the carcasses adequately in the refrigerated room for better air movement and prevention of microbial contamination, thus adding to the volume requirements for carcass chillers. Conventional handling of meat involves holding the beef sides in the cooler for twenty four to thirty six hours before boning. Chilling in the traditional fashion is also associated with a loss of carcass weight ranging from two percent to four percent due to evaporation of moisture from the meat tissue. Early excision, or hot boning, of muscle prerigor followed by vacuum packaging has several potential advantages. By removing, only the edible muscle and fat prerigor, refrigeration space and costs are minimized, boning labor is decreased and storage yields increased. Because hot boning often results in toughening of meat, a more recent approach, hot boning following electrical stimulation, has been used to reduce the necessary time of rigor mortis. Some researchers have found this method beneficial in maintaining tender meat, while others have found that the meat also becomes tough after electrical stimulation.
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Which of the following is not mentioned as a drawback of the conventional methods of boning? Holding the beef in the cooler. A. Storage space requirements. B.

Loss of carcass weight. C. Toughness of meat. D. E . Energy waste.

Soal: 99

As tradition clashes with the brazen new world of mobile telephones, . (Paragraph 2) The underlined word means ... bold A. beneficial B. useful C. suitable D. E . adaptable

Soal: 100 Most large companies do not know how to make the best use of clever people. Employees who criticize the old ways of doing things and want to try out new ideas are dislike both bhy their colleagues and by their bosses. Comments like They wouldnt listen to me or I kept presenting new product ideas, only to hear nothing are typical of many a manager who become an entrepreneur. All of this cayses frustration, quickly lead to boredom. Often, middle managers start to think: Only another 30 more year of working my way to retirement. At this point, they want to find a way out. They need to get away from a job that is no longer attractive. So they decide to set up on their own. But they need something else, too: the challenge of taking risks. They are like people who climb a mountain by the

most dangerous route. Enterpreneurial types need to try out new things without knowing wheter they will succeed or fail. They also want to prove thyat they can make it without big company support. As well as motivation, most sucessfull entrepreneur have a number of personal characteristic in common. The first is self-confidence, the feeling of certainly that you nhave got the skills, knowledge and energy to build up your own business. There is also stubbornness, the determination to prove to the boss who rejected your ideas that they were good ideas wich can be made to work. Possesing this quality means that you wont give up: you have to make your ideas work. An entrepreneur is expected to be all of the following EXCEPT... motivated A. confident B. determined C. ambitious D. E . hesitant