Play tennis than playing pingpong B. To play tennis than pingpong C. Playing tennis than to playing pingpong D. Play tennis than play pingpong E. Tennis than pingpong 2. The Indonesian independence…by president Soekarno on August 17, 1945. A. Proclaims B. Proclaimed C. Is proclaimed D. Is proclaiming E. Was proclaimed 3. Albert : “You told me that you had an accident. Where the motorcycle now? Bertha : “That’s right. It…to the garage to be repaired. A. Has brought B. Is bringing C. Would be brought D. Is being brought E. Will be bringing 4. Our school…here next year A. Is going to rebuild B. Is building rebuild C. Will rebuilt D. Is to be rebuilt E. Is going to be rebuilt 5. My grandfather prefers drinking coffee to tea. This sentence means that he… A. Sometimes drinks tea but seldom drinks coffee B. Rarely drinks coffee but often drinks tea C. Often drinks coffee but rarely drinks tea 6.





D. Usually drinks tea but seldom drinks coffee E. Sometimes drinks tea but rarely drinks coffee Berry : “Have you known your TOEFL score?” Teddy : “Not yet. It … next week.” A. Will have being announce B. Will be announced C. Is being announced D. To be announced E. Is announced Fitri : “What would you like to drink tea or coffee?” Helmi : “Actually I drink both, but I … tea … coffee now A. Prefer - than B. Like - than C. Prefer - to D. Would rather - to E. Choose - better man We called the committee to ask whether the competition … to begin that afternoon. A. Was scheduled B. To schedule C. Was scheduling D. To be scheduled E. Was to schedule “A well-known architect is designing our new school building.” The passive voice form of the above sentence is “Our new school building … by a well-known architect.” A. Designs B. Is designed C. Designed D. Is being designed E. Be designing “Did you get the cheapsecond-hand computer advertised in the newspaper?”

we should decide the one that meets our needs. Therefore. we can start asking ourselves the usefulness of the equipment. We must know what we need. To amuse the readers by buying them mobile phones E. That is why we have to think carefully before we decide to use it. we will be able to take wise decision. What do you call the last paragraph … A. Buying mobile phone is not necessary. The usefulness of the equipment to communicate D. Were sold E. Sees E. Reorientation E. Some consequences of using mobile phone B. “Do I really need of using mobile phone?”  Buy the mobile phone that suits your budget  Prioritize the function of the mobile phone for you. With all the consequences of the mobile phone. To explain how to use a mobile phone B. we only use the mobile phone for important talks. To persuade the readers to buy a mobile phone C. The operational cost we have to pay for a mobile phone E. 11. Fulfills B. Is being sold D. Is sold The text is for number 11-15 When we buy a mobile phone. It will not be wise if we use it for a chat with friend. “Do we want it for our prestige or for its usefulness?” After we decide to use a mobile phone. We may ask. we have to pay more for a mobile phone compared to a fixed phone. Requires C. we indeed should give serious considerations before using it. To recommend the readers that they should consider things before buying a mobile phone 15. Some considerations we should take before buying a mobile phone 12. is it? . To present two opinions about mobile phone D. Arguments C. What is the text about … A. Demands D. Has been sold C.  Use the mobile phone for the important talks. What is the correct recommendation … A. In doing so. Recommendation 13. Reiteration D. Encourages 14. It … when I called them. we have to consider some points.“No luck. we should make a choice on the type of mobile phone. The underlined word is synonymous to … A. rather than its features that may interest you. What is the social function of the text … A. Closing B. If we decide to buy a mobile phone. Had been sold B. They are :  Ask your self. As the consequence of its high operational costs. With the various choices in the market. we should decide the one that meets our needs. The decisions to buy mobile phone C. With the various choices in the market.” A.

in a normal tone he asked. what’s for supper?” no response. Mobile phone is very important. Don’t I He has been very strict. “Honey. Does she D. Havel D. Next. “Honey. what’s for supper?” again he got no response. If not. Doesn’t he B. “Honey. Ruli has a new girlfriend B. the wife was in the kitchen cooking dinner. Wasn’t he E. 18. “Here’s what you do”. Has she C. what’s for supper?” again there was no response. Doesn’t she? B. and in a normal conversational speaking tone. …? A. From the dialogue. Doesn’t it C. Do I E. Ruli doesn’t have a new girlfriend C. Don’t we? She never seems to care. don’t you?” Ruli : “No. Don’t they? E. Yeti argues about Ruli’s statement The text is for number 21-26 A Small Experiment An elderly gentleman of 85 feared his wife was getting hard of hearing. shouldn’t we? C. Hasn’t he C. what’s for supper?” again there was no response. So one day he called her doctor to make an appointment for a hearing test in two weeks and meanwhile there was a simple informal test the husband could not to give the doctor some idea of the state of her problem.” That evening. Won’t she I don’t have to bring it. “Earl. he moved into the dining room where he was about 20 feet from his wife and asked. only 10 feet away. We should buy mobile phone for our prestige. Does she? D. Won’t we D. “start out about 40 feet away from her. isn’t it? E. …? A. He said to himself. “Honey. about 30 feet from his wife and repeated. Buying mobile phone is too expensive. then 20 feet. shouldn’t we? D. and so on until you get a response. So the husband moved to the other end of the room. what’s for supper?” still no response. I don’t. 17. 20. CHICKEN!” 21. Ruli admits Yeti’s statement D. So he walked right up behind her. let’s see what happens. “Honey. see if she hears you.16. for the fifth time. isn’t it? Everyone wants to be healthy. Is he B. We should think the reason and effect of buying mobile phone. “I’m about 40 feet away. Doesn’t he E. Hadn’t he Yeti : “You have a new girlfriend. said the doctor. So he walked up to the kitchen door. …? A. we may infer that … A. go to 30 feet. …? A. 19. Do they? C. and he was in the living room. Yeti blames Ruli for having a girlfriend E.” Then. Isn’t it B. What is the story about? A. A doctor who had a hard-hearing patient . B.

To retell events for the purpose of informing B. Because he could not communicate with people at all E. 26. Re-orientation E. for the fifth time. Her wife’s voice was very soft B. Orientation The purpose of the text is … A. It’s crazy Why did the man want to visit the doctor? A. 25. I could fix it D. It’s wonderful B. I am not a mechanic. Because he wanted to have his hearing checked B. If I am a mechanic. To retell an event with a humorous twist D. B. Paid C. CHICKEN!”. It’s frightened C. Because he did not want to speak to his wife Why did the man move closer to his wife? Because … A. I could fix it E. Coda D. Will pay E. He wanted to go to the kitchen So he walked right up behind her. If I could have been a mechanic. Twist B. This part of the text is called … A. so I can’t fix it.22. It means … A. To present two different points of view 27. what’s for supper?” “Earl. It’s interesting D. A doctor who had a hard-hearing wife D. Event C. A husband who tested his wife’s hearing What do you think of the next? A. He was too far from his wife D. Because he wanted to consult about his wife’s hearing C. If I have been a mechanic. Is paying D. Women would not have equal right as men B. To persuade reader that something is the case E. I had fixed it B. 23. It’s funny E. The sentence means that … A. Women will not have equal rights as men C. Women didn’t have equal rights as men . there would not have been women’s liberation’ movement. A patient who was hard of hearing E. had fixed it 29. Ramli : “Why do you plan to resign from your job?” Ratna : “Well. Because he wanted to check the doctor’s hearing D. 24. Her wife was hard-hearing C. If I could be a mechanic. Women have not had equal right as men D. Has paid B. A doctor who was hard-hearing C. He could not hear his wife’s voice E. if the company … me more I would not quit my job A. Will have paid 28. To describe the way things are C. If women in the late 1960’s had been given equal rights as men. I would have fixed it C. If I were a mechanic. “Honey.

I lent you E. E. Fery didn’t attend the meeting B. Internationalizing The hall has been … decorated for the opening ceremony A. I would lend you D. While C. If “What happened to her skirt?” “Oh. Was seeing Indonesian Batik is … recognized A. Beautified If I brought the book. 40. Were B. I would have prepared for it well. Would be C. In order B. Women do not have equal rights as men Sue : “I know you got a bad mark for the English test. Until D. Unless E. Will you C. Be torn I became quite nervous when I knew that my speech … A. Know B. C. A composer Indonesian well known C. Fery was invited to the meeting but he didn’t come If he … more confident during the interview. A. Have known E. Fery was not invited to the meeting but he came E. 31. 34. Beauty B.” A. Had known D. Do you B. To be torn C. Could you We have to come early to the show … we can get front seats A. International B. Don’t you E. Internationality E. I will lend you C. Fery plans to attend the meeting C. Internationalized C. 37. A well known composer Indonesian E.” A. Knew C. 32. What’s wrong with you?” Chris : “if I … there was a test. It was torn B. Tearing E. A well known Indonesian composer D. Was to record B. 38. Beautiful 35. An Indonesian composer well known B. 36. Being recorded . Can’t you D.30. It tore D. I will give it to you Rinto Harahap is … A. 39. …? A. Internationalization D. Beautifully D. A composer well known Indonesian Close the door. Recorded C. Fery knew about the meeting and he attended the meeting D. Could have been D. 33. … when she jumped over the fence. Would know Aldo : “Did you attend the meeting last Monday?” Fery : “I would if I had been invited” The underlined utterance means … A. Had been E. he would have got job that he wanted. Beautify E. … A. I would have lent you B.

I like listening to music better than playing the guitar D. Starts Shut the door. I will send her a message D. I would come C. Will be started D. If Santi had invited me to the party. I would have come E. Having studied E. I would rather listening to music than playing the guitar E. I have Didi likes playing card better than … A. I will came D.41. Betty went to work by taxi C. I would send her a message 50. Will you C. Studying D. and Peter came late for work B. Was taking E. If I had been him. listening to music or playing the guitar? A. If I find her dress. A. Betty. Is building D.” From the dialogue we know that … A. … A. I would sent her a message C. D. Was taken 47. Was being taken D. But I did D. Will have started C. Can’t you D. To be recording Betty : “Do you know why Peter arrived late for work yesterday?” Nancy : “He must have missed the bus. 43. Is to build C. To study B. I send her a message B. Peter did not take a taxi to his office If we don’t hurry. 44. He took B.” “Really? What … from the house?” A. A wooden bridge … here next month A. Is going to build B. Could you You didn’t come to class yesterday. I did B. 45. Was being recorded E. Yes. I will sent her a message E. 42. I prefer listening to music better than playing the guitar C. did you? A. Would have started B. Which do you like better. To studying C. Peter went to work by taxi E. I like listening to music than playing the guitar B. “last night a thief broke into my brother’s house. Do you B. But I have C. I would have taken a taxi. Did I ? E. …? A. Yes. It was taken C. I like to listening music better than playing guitar 48. I would had come . Will start E. Nancy. Betty and Peter went to work together D. Don’t you E. … A. Will be built E. To be studying 46. Is built 49. I will come B. the meeting … by the time we get there.

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