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Listening Section    
In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. There are four parts to this section, with special directions for each part.
Part  I
Questions 1 to 4
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues spoken in English. The dialogue will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying.

After you hear a dialogue and the question about it, read the five possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Now listen to a sample question.

You will hear:

Boy           : Have you finished doing your homework?
Girl            : Not yet.
Boy           : Do it right away. The class will begin soon.

You will also hear:
Narrator: Where does the conversation take place?

 You will read in your test book:                                                                                                                       
A. At school
B. At home.
C. At a store
D. At the mall
E. At the market

The best answer to the question ‘Where does the conversation take place? is choice (A),  ‘At school’.
Therefore, you should answer choice (A)

1.   A.  The schedule of film.
B. The woman’s activities.
C. The woman’s profession.
D. The woman’s favorite song.
E. The woman’s favorite movie genre.

2.   A.  Pizza.
B. Fried egg.
C.  Fried rice.
D. Hamburger.
E. French fries.

3.    A.  She will submit her task.
B. She will visit her friends.
C. She will sleep all day long.
D. She will do her homework.
E. She will shop with her mother.

4.  A.  I like it.
B. Certainly.
C. I don’t believe it.
D. That’s a great relief.
E. I’m sorry to hear that.
Part II
Questions: 5 to 8

In this part of the test, you will hear several questions or statements spoken in English followed by five responses, also spoken in English. The questions and responses will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your test sheet, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying. You have to choose the best response to each question or statement.

Now listen to a sample question:

You will hear:
Woman : Good morning, John. How are you?                                  
Man       :….                                                                                                 
You will also hear:

A. I am fine, thank you.
B. I am in the living room.
C. Let me introduce myself.
D. My name is  Hendra Gunawan.
E. I am living here since last year.
The best answer to the question ‘How are you?’ is choice (A), ‘I’m fine, thank you.’
Therefore, you should choose choice (A)

5. Mark your answer on your answer on your answer sheet.
6. Mark your answer on your answer on your answer sheet.
7. Mark your answer on your answer on your answer sheet.
8. Mark your answer on your answer on your answer sheet.

Part III
Questions: 9 to 11

In this part of the test, you will hear dialogues and a monologue spoken in English. The dialogues and the monologue will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying.
After you hear the dialogue or the monologue and the question about it, look at the pictures and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard.  

    1                                                2                                                3                                                                                                    

                             4                                                   5
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. 5
1                           2                          3
4                                   5
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. 5
1                            2                          3
                              4                                                  5

A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
E. 5
Part IV
Questions 12 to 15
In this part of the test you will hear several monologues. Each monologue will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying.
After you hear a monologue and the questions about it, read the five possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard.

12. A. Delaware’s history
B. The United States
C. The Constitution
D. Rhode Island
E. Bread Basket

13. A.Fiber
B. Nylon
C. Corn
D. Cotton
E. Grains
14. A. The shorter lives of self-propelled beings.
B. The longer lives of self-propelled beings.
C. The lifespan of self-propelled beings.
D. The lifespan of human beings.
E. The lifetime of human beings.

15. A. Over congestion of university area.
B. Roller skating in the streets.
C. The high cost of gasoline.
D. Police roadblocks.
E. The drivers.
This is the end of the listening section

II. Reading Section 
Text 1 for no. 16
Dear Dewi,
I was at a friend’s house for dinner recently. Many friends were invited. The party was great and all people enjoyed it. But something happened to me. During the dinner I accidently broke a beautiful vase. I found that it was my friend’s favorite wedding present. I offered to pay for it, but she refused. I still feel bad about it. I wish I had been careful.

16. The text tells about ….
A. a great dinner
B. an invitation to dinner
C. the writer’s experience
D. an accident of having dinner 
E. the writer’s dinner experience

Text 2 for no. 17 - 18
Mr.  Michael Warrens Software
78 Court St Nottingham WQ1 6P0
Dear Mr. Soria,
 On the end of January, I bought a digital camera that cost $150  in  Logans Shop.
Having checked my summary of credit card I observed that you charged two times to the same article. To solve the problem, I would be grateful that you accredits to my account $150. I attach copies of the receipt.
 I wait for your response and solution for my problem, and foresee to receive your news before valentine day.
 Be served to communicate with me in the address before mentioned or by telephone on 0728765948
Janet Jones

17. The point of the letter is ….
A. the complaining of charging the credit card
B. checking the summary of credit card
C. solving the problem of credit card
D. buying a digital camera
E. receiving credit card

18. What did Janet enclose to his letter?
A. The camera she bought.
B. A receipt of digital camera.
C. A summary of credit card.
D. A telephone number.
E. A credit card.

Text 3 for no. 19

19. What is informed in the announcement?
A. A fund raiser.
B. The Omaha Chapter Stories.
C. A writing contest for short stories.
D. The National Federation of Blind.
E. A writing contest for the blinds.

Text 4 for no. 20
Located in Gatsby City on the waterfront. It has 50 modern apartment. You will feel at home. Each apartment is furnished and has a kitchen, a large living room and bathroom. All apartment have patios with views of water. We also provide city-tour buses with professional guides who are ready to show your exciting tourist spots nd shopping places.
Visit Gatsby city and stay at Callipso Apartment – home away from home.

20. Which of the following would be the best title?
A. Gatsby City.
B. City tour buses.
C. Modern apartment.
D. Callipso apartment.
E. Exciting tourist spots.

Text 5 for no. 21 - 23
SURABAYA : The global financial crisis is hitting the tourism industry as indicated by the decreasing number of foreign visits to the province, a local official saysAdi Nugroho, a senior official at the Central Statistics Agency (BPS), said here Thursday  that 17,000 foreign tourist had arrived at Juanda International Airport in September, down from 18,700 in August.
He said the decrease was related to the financial crisis.
He said the hotel occupancy rate in the province had dropped to 47.98 percent in September from 50.93 percent in August.
“The foreign visitors-mostly from ASEAN, Hongkong, Japan and United States-stay an average of 1.45 days for business and tourism purposes”, he said.
He said most foreign tourist visited mount Bromo in Probolinggo and Telaga Sarangan in Magetan-JP.

21. What is mainly informed in the text?
A. The effect of global financial crisis on East Java tourism.
B. The hotel occupancy rate in August and September.
C. The statistics of tourist visitors recorded by BPS.
D. The decrease of foreign tourists in East Java.
E. The most visited tourist area in East Java.

22. The foreign visitors visiting East Java are mostly  from the following countries, except ….
B. India 
C. Hongkong
D. Singapore
E. Japan

23. Which statement is true according to the text?
A. Adi Nugroho is the local official of East Java BPS
B. The global financial crisis has no impact on tourism.
C. The hotel occupancy rate had increased from August to September.
D. Foreigners stay in hotel for 145 days for business and tourism purposes.
E. There is a few foreign  tourist visiting mount Bromo and telaga Sarangan

Text 6 for no. 24 - 25
My brother and I went to a football match yesterday. Our school team was playing against another High School team. Our team wore red and white shirts, white shorts, and red stockings. The other team wore orange and black shirts, orange shorts, and black stockings. “They look like bees“, my brother said, and we laughed.
They played like bees too. They ran very fast, attacked very hard, and passed the ball to each other very fast. Soon they scored their first goal. My brother and I shouted and shouted, “Come on, Valley School! Come on, the Valleys!” Our headmaster was near us and he was shouting too. He seemed very enthusiastic. However, the high school scored another goal. We were very sad.
Then, one of the “bees” stopped the ball with one of his hands, so our team got the free kick. Our captain took it and scored a goal. We shouted, “Hooray!” The score was now 2:1. That was better.
Now our team began to play better—or the “bees” were getting tired. Our team scored another goal before half-time. In the second half of the match, both teams tried very hard, but neither scored, so at the end the score was still two all.

24. What is the last score of the football match?
A. 0 : 0
B. 1 : 0
C. 1 : 1
D. 2 : 1
E. 2 : 2

25. What happened by the end of the first half?
A. Both team scored a goal.
B. The rival team played better.
C. The writer’s team played worse
D. The writer’s team scored another goal.
E. The rival team scored another goal.

Text 7 for no. 26- 28
Distillation, the process of separating the elements of a solution, is widely used in industry today. The two most common methods are fractional distillation, used in the preparation of alcoholic beverages, and flash distillation, used for the conversion of ocean water to fresh water.
In fractional distillation a mixture is separated into its various component parts by boiling. This method makes use of the fact that different elements boil at varying temperature. For example, alcohol has a considerably lower boiling temperature than water: the boiling water of water is 212 degrees Fahrenheit, and the boiling temperature of alcohol is 172 degrees Fahrenheit. Thus, when a mixture of alcohol and water is heated, the alcohol vaporizes more quickly than the water. The distillate is collected and the process is repeated until the desired purity has been achieved.
Flash distillation does not require high temperatures but instead is based on pressure. In this process, a liquid that is to be separated is forced from a compartment kept under high pressure into a compartment kept at a lower pressure. When a liquid moves into the lower pressure chamber, it suddenly vaporizes, and the vapor is then condensed into a distillate.
26. What does paragraph 2 tell about ? 
A. The boiling temperatures of various liquids.
B. The compartment kept under high pressure.
C. The change of salt water into fresh water.
D. The example of fractional distillation.
E. The process of fractional distillation .

27. Which of the following processes would probably involve distillation?
A. Adding a new substance to a mixture.
B. Removing impurities from a solution.
C. Collecting the water into high temperature.
D. Dividing a pure element into smaller quantities.
E. Mixing two elements together to form a new solution.

28. “ . . .  until the desired purity has been achieved” (par 2)
The word ‘purity’ means . . . 
A. thoroughness
B. goodness
C. cleanness
D. rightness
E. clearness

Text 8 for no. 29 - 31
Government should not raise fuel price to solve the problem of economic issues. People were affected severely with the high fuel price like last year. Obviously they cut their spending. As an example they had to buy lower quality of rice or palm oil. There were also fewer buyers of secondary commodities like flour, or canned meat or fish.
Furthermore, the condition of low income family will become even worse because their expenses will increase while their salaries will not. Many companies will have to trim the number of employees because they are incapable of managing buying or selling price, standard wages and personal affairs.
Finally, government should not raise fuel price to overcome economic problem but the solution should be sought by tapping into the nation’s own potential and utilizing it to enhance productivity to its maximum.
29. What does the text tell about?
A. Raising the fuel price.
B. The reason to raise the fuel price.
C. The condition of low income people.
D. The reasons not to raise the fuel price.
E. Raising the fuel price to overcome the problem.  

30. What will happen to the low income people if the fuel price is raised?
A. Their salary will increase.
B. Their expenses will not increase.
C. They must cut their daily spending.
D. They must enhance their productivity.
E. They can buy more secondary commodities.

31. “… because they are incapable of managing buying or selling price, …” (par. 2)
The underlined word means ….
A. the people
B. the companies 
C. the expenses
D. the employees
E. low income families

Text 9 for no. 32 - 34
Sending an Indonesian woman to participate in the world beauty pageant always provokes a controversy. Nevertheless, for several times, YayasanPutri Indonesia still insists on sending PutriI Indonesia to the Miss Universe competition.
Some people consider that Miss Universe competition is not in line with Indonesian culture. What most Indonesian people concern is the fact that the competition requires each contestant to wear a swimsuit and walk through a catwalk in a session called swimsuit contest. This matter is still extremely unacceptable in Indonesian culture. 
On the country, many people argue that being a Miss Universe is something that can be really proud of. Miss Universe possesses the righteous mission: making more people aware of the problems in the world. What YayasanPutri Indonesia is doing should be appreciated and perceive as one of the efforts to put Indonesians take part in international community.
Nevertheless, I believe that it is still not about time for Indonesian women to take part in the Miss Universe Contest.

32. What is the text about?
A. The controversy of sending Indonesian woman inthe world  beauty contest
B. The positive side of sending Indonesian woman in the world beauty pageant
C. Sending an Indonesian woman to participate in the world beauty pageant.
D. The negative side of participating in the beauty contest
E. The advantages  of participating in the beauty contest

33. From the text we know that....
A. all people agree about participating Indonesian woman in the  beauty contest
B. all people disagree about participating Indonesian woman in the  beauty contest
C. some people think that sending Indonesian woman in the  beauty contest is good
D. Yayasan Putri Indonesia always sends their candidates to join with beauty contest
E. Yayasan Putri Indonesia refuses about sending Indonesian woman in the world beauty pageant.

34. What is the positive side by participating in the world beauty contest?
A. The candidates can explore their capability in joining with the contest.
B. The candidates will be known by many people in the world.
C. The candidates can join with the swimsuit contest.
D. Our country will be known by many countries.
E. Our country can take part in international events.

Text 10 for no. 35 - 37
ByMaryJanice Davidson

Undead, unwed and I also wish I could say unread! Okay so here I think I have finally sunk to the bottom of the barrel to try to catch up and complete my challenge. I do have a bit of a thing for vampire novels! And that said I bought three different first in the series, to see if it would help me catch up and bring me back to target.
Seriously, this was one of the trashiest novels I have ever read! It was OK and fun, but I feel like a complete fraud and fake adding this to the list of books I’ve read this year! But I did nevertheless read it! So it’s gonna be added.
Maybe one day when I’ve forgotten how bad this book was and just how trashy, I’ll read a few more in the series! But seriously guys I wouldn’t recommend it! 

35. The text mainly tells about ….
A. a vampire novel
B. a very bad novel
C. an opinion on a novel
D. a review on Undead and Unwed
E. a review on Undead and Unwed writer

36. The following statement is not true ….
A. the novel is not interesting 
B. the writer could satisfy his target
C. the writer finished reading the novel
D. the writer bought three novel in series 
E. the writer liked vampire novel very much 

37. But seriously guys I wouldn’t recommend it! (par.3) The sentence means ….
A. the writer didn’t suggest to read the novel
B. the writer recommended to read seriously
C. the writer didn’t oppose the idea of the novel
D. the writer recommended to read the novel
E. the reader shouldn’t recommend him to be seriously

Text 11 for no. 38 - 40
A beggar found a leather purse that someone had dropped in the marketplace. Opening it, he discovered that it contained 100 pieces of gold. Then he heard a merchant shout, "A reward! A reward to the one who finds my leather purse!"
 Being an honest man, the beggar came forward and handed the purse to the merchant saying, "Here is your purse. May I have the reward now?"
 "Reward?" scoffed the merchant, greedily counting his gold. "Why the purse I dropped had 200 pieces of gold in it. You've already stolen more than the reward! Go away or I'll tell the police." 
"I'm an honest man," said the beggar defiantly. "Let us take this matter to the court."
In court the judge patiently listened to both sides of the story and said, "I believe you both. Justice is possible! Merchant, you stated that the purse you lost contained 200 pieces of gold. Well, that's a considerable cost. But, the purse this beggar found had only 100 pieces of gold. Therefore, it couldn't be the one you lost." 
And, with that, the judge gave the purse and all the gold to the beggar.
38. Why did the beggar return the purse to the beggar? Because he ….
A. had counted the 100 pieces of gold
B. heard the merchant saying
C. wanted to get the reward
D. had opened the purse
E. was an honest man

39. Therefore, it couldn't be the one you lost. (par.6). The underlined word refers to ….
A. the beggar
B. the merchant
C. the purse
D. the police
E. the court

40. What is the moral value of the passage?
A. Be a humble man.
B. Don’t beg to a mean person.
C. Deceiving makes more benefits.
D. Honesty  brings more advantages.
E. Being a beggar is valuable for living.

Text 12 for no. 41 - 43
Koalas have been described as  "as coloured pouched bears". But they are not  bears, they are  mammal and  marsupial. The name koala, comes from the Aboriginal saying that means "no drink".  The Koala obtains enough moisture from the eucalypt leaves that it lives on.
Koalas are found where there are suitable Eucalypt forests (Gum trees) and woodlands which is along Australia's East coast.  The Koala prefers to move around neither in daylight or night, but rather just after sunset. Usually daytimes are spent asleep in the fork of a tree, as 80% of its time is spent sleeping . For a couple of hours after sunset it will move around quiet a bit feeding and can often be heard "barking" aggressively at other koalas. They are solitary animals having its own specific home range.
"A picture paints a thousand words" Koalas are usually ash grey with a white chest and the males are larger than females thick fur, fluffy ears and a broad flat nose give them their "cuddly" appearance They have strong limbs and large hands to help with climbing trees. Surprisingly they have a short stumpy tail which is of no assistance to them in climbing at all.
41. The text mainly tells about ….
A. The differences between koala and bear.
B. How the koalas move around in day or night.
C. Explanation of the shape and species of the koala.
D. Information on the characteristics, habitat and life of the koala.
E. The comparison between the koala and other animals in Australia.

42. How can Koala get its drinking? Its ….
A. gets from other marsupials
B. gets from the bark of eucalyptus
C. gets from the eucalyptus leaves
D. moves around in the daylight
E. never drinks

43. The purpose of the text is to ….
A. tell the life of koalas
B. describe  koalas in brief
C. explain how koalas move around
D. Entertain readers with the story of koalas
E. Inform readers about the recent news of koalas

Text 13 for no. 44 -46
Archimedes was a Greek mathematician, philosopher and inventor who wrote important works on geometry, arithmetic and mechanics. He was born in Syracuse on the eastern coast of Sicily and educated in Alexandria in Egypt. He then returned to Syracuse, where he spent most of the rest of his life, devoting his time to research and experimentation in many fields.
He is most famous for discovering the law of hydrostatics, sometimes known as 'Archimedes' principle', stating that a body immersed in fluid loses weight equal to the weight of the amount of fluid it displaces. Archimedes was supposed to have made this discovery when stepping into his bath, causing him to exclaim 'Eureka!'
During the Roman conquest of Sicily in 214 BC Archimedes worked for the state, and several of his mechanical devices were employed in the defense of Syracuse. Among the war machines attributed to him are the catapult and - perhaps legendary - a mirror system for focusing the sun's rays on the invaders' boats and igniting them. After Syracuse was captured, Archimedes was killed by a Roman soldier.
 It is said that he was so absorbed in his calculations that he told his killer not to disturb him.
44. This text is mainly talk about....
A. the important works of Archimedes
B. the discoveries  ofArchimedes
C. the inventions of Archimedes
D. Archimedes’s occupation
E. Archimedes

45. ....amount of fluid it displaces. (Paragraph 2)
      The underlined word it refers to....
A. the law of hydrostatics
B. the 'Archimedes' principle'
C. the weight of the body
D. the weight of the fluid
E. the amount of fluid.

46. This information is right, except ...
A. Archimedes was bathing when he discovered the law of hydrostatics.
B. Archimedes was killed when Roma conquered Syracuse.
C. Archimedes spent most of his life in Syracuse.
D. Archimedes worked for the state of Roma
E. Archimedeswas killed by a Roman soldier.

47. Arrange the following sentences into a good paragraph!
1. Bicycles are not expensive to buy. 
2. But exercise is only one of the reasons why bicycles are popular.
3. They do not need gasoline to make them go.
4. Bicycles are very popular today in many countries.
5. Another reason is money.
6. Many people use bicycles for exercise.

A. 6-2-5-4-3-1
B. 4-6-2-5-3-1
C. 4-6-2-1-5-3
D. 4-6-2-5-1-3
E. 6-4-2-5-1-3
Fill in the blank with the most suitable word!
A lion demanded the daughter of a woodcutter in marriage. The Father, unwilling to grant, and yet afraid to refuse his …. (48), hit upon this expedient to rid himself of his importunities. He expressed his willingness to accept the Lion as the suitor of his daughter on one condition: that he should allow him to …. (49) his teeth, and cut off his claws, as his daughter was fearfully afraid of both. The Lion cheerfully accepted the proposal. …. (50) the toothless, clawless Lion returned to repeat his request, the Woodman, no longer afraid, set upon him with his club, and drove him away into the forest.

A. report
B. reason
C. request
D. condition
E. prediction

A. extract
B. extradite
C. exterminate
D. appear
E. burry

A. nevertheless 
B. however
C. why
D. where
E. when

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