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PAKET A



LISTENING SCRIPT

TO UN

TAHUN 2015-2016
Mata Pelajaran: Bahasa Inggris

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

Directions:

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:

Man : Are you free on Saturday morning?

Woman: Yes. Any plan to do?

Man : We’ll see a book fair at JCH. Do you care to join?

Woman: I’d love to.


You will also hear:
Narrator: What are the speakers talking about?

Sample answer


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A B C D E



  1. Loving books

  2. Asking free time

  3. Buying some books

  4. Planning to see book fare

  5. Activity on Saturday morning

The best answer to the question “What are the speakers talking about?” is choice (D). Therefore, you should answer choice (D)


1.

  1. Dina’s winning the speech contest

  2. The man’s winning the speech contest

  3. The woman’s practicing for a speech contest

  4. Dina’s practicing for a speech contest

  5. Their practicing for a speech contest

2.

  1. He is sick

  2. He is healthy

  3. He is hospitalized

  4. He is being recovered

  5. He is being taken care.

3.

  1. Report discussion

  2. Annual discussion

  3. Weekly report

  4. Annual report

  5. Daily report

4.

  1. He is sick

  2. He is healthy

  3. He is hospitalized

  4. He is being recovered

  5. He is being taken care.

Part II

Questions: 5 to 7

Directions:

In this part of the test, you will hear several questions or statements spoken in English followed by four responses, also spoken in English. The questions and responses 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. You have to choose the best response to each question or statement.

Now listen to a sample question:

You will hear:

Man : You look uncomfortable.

Woman: It’s very hot here.

Woman: I’ll switch on the fan for you.

Man :


Sample answer oval 5

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A B C D


You will also hear:

  1. I’ll be glad.

  2. I’ll be happy.

  3. Thank you.

  4. It’ll be okay.

Narrator: What is the best response to the woman’s statement?

The best response to the woman’s statement “I’ll switch on the fan for you.” is ” (Thank you.) Therefore, you should answer Choice “C”.
5. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

6. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

7. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
Part III

Questions 8 to 10.

Directions:

In this part of the test, you will hear some monologues spoken in English. The monologues 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 monologue and the questions about it, look at the pictures and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard.

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A B C D E



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Part IV

Questions 12 to 15

Directions:

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 the 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.






  1. Nyi Loro Kidul

  2. Sangkuriang

  3. Jaka Tarub

  4. Bandung Bondowoso

  5. Tangkuban Perahu





  1. At Tangkuban Perahu

  2. At Citarum River

  3. At a small village

  4. At Bandung City

  5. At Dayang Sumbi’s house




  1. What are the speakers talking about?

A. The Yonkers Arson Squad.

B. The blaze at the shoe store

C. A fire in the shopping center

D. A shopping center in the cross county.

E. The largest shopping center in Westchester County.




  1. How many fire fighters were involved in the scene?

A. Four


B. Five

C. Six


D. Seven

E. Eight


THIS IS THE END OF THE LISTENING SECTION

READING SECTION

The following text is for questions 16,17 and 18:

To: All Department Managers
There will be a meeting this afternoon, February 7th,2015 at 1 pm in the meeting room.

The meeting will discuss the customers’ complaints since the topic is very important, presence is a must. Please, come on time and do not forget to bring documents needed.

Thank you.
Director


16. What is the announcement about?

  1. Meeting presence

  2. Meeting invitation

  3. Meeting document

  4. Meeting discussion

  5. Meeting development


17. The topic which will be discussed in the meeting is …

  1. department managers

  2. important complaints

  3. customers’ complaints

  4. customers’ demands

  5. director’s plans


The following text is for questions 18 and 19


Mr. Hasan Renaldi

PT. Jaya Sentosa

Jl. Hasanudin 73

Makasar
Dear Mr. Hasan Renaldi,

In response to your letter of December 20, 2015 we apologize for the error in shipment. We are sending immediately the additional 500 boxes of glossy photo papers, that were not included in the shipment.
We value our relationship with your company, and we regret the inconvenience. You can be assured that this will not happen again in the future. We also enclose some catalogues of our new products.
Sincerely yours,

Hilman


Manager of order Department

18. The purpose of sending the letter is to...

A. request the paper excluded in the previous shipment.

B. complete another request from PT Jaya Sentosa.

C. request more orders of glossy photo papers.

D. ask for apology for the error in shipment.

E. enclose some new cataloques.
19. We know from the text that the first shipment was … .

A. not complete

B. not insured

C. damaged

D. wrong

E. late
The following text is for questions 20-22


Montessori – The Young Doctor I

Only two months after graduating, Maria was faced with a new and different kind of challenge. She was invited to be a delegation to the International Women’s Congress, she had a great success once again. She gave two speeches-about education for women and about the condition of working women in Italy. Both speeches were received with great enthusiasm. Newspaper reporters from all over Europe interviewed her and praised her in their articles. They described the young doctor from Italy as both intelligent and charming. They were amazed, too, that she had used no notes for her long speeches.

When she returned from Berlin, Maria settled down to serious work in Rome. She continued to work in several hospitals, including a woman’s hospital and a children’s hospital. She also had some private patients. Some of these patients wrote letters of thanks that Maria’s mother kept for many years. From these letters, it is clear that Maria was no ordinary doctor. She often stayed for hours with her patients, particularly those who couldn’t afford nursing help. One time, for example, Maria arrived at the home of the young mother of very sick baby twins. She saw at once that the mother was desperately tired, so Maria sent her to bed. Then she bathed the babies, prepared their food, and stayed with them all day.

20. The text tells us about ….

A. a great success doctor

B.the patient nurse

C. a desperate mother

D. a charming woman

E. the ordinary doctor

21. Why was Maria consider as an extra ordinary doctor?

A. The patients wrote letters to Maria’s mother

B. Maria had used no notes for her long speeches

A Reporter reported a young doctor from Italy

D. She often stayed for hours with her patients

E. The people amazed to the doctor

22. “ Particularly those who couldn’t afford nursing help” ( par. 2) The underlined word means …


  1. take

  2. obtain

  3. pay for

  4. support

  5. keep up with


The following text is for questions 23-25

Mice might look cute, but they can be harmful pest that destroy household items, eat, and mess with food and can spread severe diseases through their feces and parasites they carry. Here are some useful tips on how to repel house mice.

First, use peppermint; put the peppermint near wall corners. Then, pour generous amount of peppermint oil on cotton balls. After that place the saturated cotton balls on areas where mice are possibly seen-around counter tops, under the sofas in your living room. Finally, put them behind shelves, wall corners or on the floor beneath your kitchen sink


23. The text mainly tells us about?

A. How to use the peppermint oil in destroying pests

B. How mice spread the diseases

C. How to destroy harmful pests

D. Why mice is a harmful pest

E. How to repel mice
24. How many steps are there on the text?

A. Two


B. Three

C. Four


D. Six

E. Seven
25. … can spread severe diseases through their feces and parasites they carry. (Paragraph 1)

What does the underlined word refer to?


  1. Food

  2. Feces

  3. Mice

  4. Diseases

  5. Parasites



The following text is for questions 26-28

On Friday, June 12th, I woke up at six o’clock and no wonder, it was my birthday. But of course I was not allowed to get up at that hour, so I had to control my curiosity until a quarter to seven. Then I could bear it no longer, and went to the dining room, where I received a warm welcome from Moortje (the cat).

Soon after seven I went to Mummy and Daddy and then to the sitting room to undo my presents. The first to greet me was you, possibly the nicest of all. Then on the table there were a bunch of roses, a plant, and some peonies, and more arrived during the day.

I got masses of things from Mummy and Daddy, and was thoroughly spoiled by various friends. Among other things I was given Camera Obscura, a party game, lots of sweets, chocolates, a puzzle, a brooch, Tales and Legends of the Netherlands by Joseph Cohen, Daisy’s Mountain Holiday (a terrific book) and some money. Now I can byThe Myths of Greece and Rome – grand!

Then Lies called for me and we went to school. During recess I treated everyone to sweet biscuits, and then we had to go back to our lessons.

Now I must stop. Bye-bye, we’re going to be great pals!






  1. What time did the writer wake up?

A. 06:00 p.m.

B. 12:00 p.m.

C. 06:00 a.m.

D. 07:00 a.m.



E. 06:45 a.m.


  1. What does paragraph 3 talk about?

A. It was the the day which the writer celebrated her birthday.

B. There were many kinds of gifts in the writer’s room.



C. The writer got a lot of prizes on her birthday.

D. The writer’s parents gave her many prizes.

E. The writer has a new book.
28. After reading the text we know that the writer is a …


  1. boy

  2. teacher

  3. employee

  4. toddler

  5. student




Long long ago, there was a kingdom in West Java. The kingdom was ruled by a king named His Majesty Prabu. Prabu was a kind and wise king. But it was a pity that Prabu and his queen hadn't got any children. The queen often cried. That was why Prabu went to the jungle. There he prayed to God every day, begging for a child.
A few months later, the queen got pregnant. Nine months later, a princess was born. Prabu and Queen loved their beautiful daughter so much. They gave whatever she wanted. It made Princess turn into a very spoiled girl.

One day, the princess celebrated her 17th birthday party. Many people gathered in the palace. Then, Prabu took out a necklace which was made from gold and jewel. "My beloved daughter, today I give you this necklace. Please, wear this necklace," said Prabu. "I don't want to wear it! It's ugly!" shouted the princess. Then she threw the necklace. The beautiful necklace was broken. The gold and jewels were spread out on the floor. Everybody couldn't say anything. They never thought that their beloved princess would do that cruel thing. In their silence, people heard the queen crying. Every woman felt sad and began crying, too. Then, everybody was crying. Then, there was a miracle. Earth was crying.

Suddenly, from the underground, a spring emerged. It made a pool of water. Soon, the place became a big lake. The lake finally sank the kingdom.
Nowadays, people called the lake "Telaga Warna". It means "Lake of Color". On a bright day, the lake is full of color. These colors come from shadows of forest, plants, flowers, and sky around the lake. But some people said that the colors are from the princess's necklace, which spreads at the bottom of the lake.


29. Who threw the broken necklace spread out on the floor?



  1. The King

  2. The Queen

  3. The people

  4. The prince

  5. The princess

30. Why did everybody keep silent and could not say anything?



  1. The princess threw the necklace the king gave.

  2. The people of the Kingdom loved her very much.

  3. The King and the Queen were very cruel to her

  4. The princess loved the gift from the king.

  5. The Princess was very beautiful.

31. We can learn from the story that ...



  1. anger is not a good solution.

  2. we should be patient to others

  3. children should respect their parents.

  4. throwing the necklace is a bad attitude.

  5. we must be helpful to our family and all people.


The following text is for questions 32-34

Asia News Network (The Yomiuri Shimbun), Sci-Tech. Japanese researchers have developed a robotic system that can convey the sense of touch-including temperature, hardness and texture-from a robot to human hand. The system was developed by Susumu Tachi, a special professor at Keiko University, and his development staff.

The user wears a helmet with a monitor display, a vest and gloves that can receive the ‘sense of touch’ of fabric and objects grasped by the robot. The vest transmits information about the wearer’s position and posture, while the gloves recreate the sense of touch and temperature of the object.

When the user tries to touch an item displayed on the monitor, the robot grasps the real item and transmits data about its temperature and hardness.

As the robot has a number of sensors on its fingertips, the user can even feel the vibration of marbles in a glass container and detect differences in the fee.

32. The text is mainly tell us about ....


  1. Japanese new robot

  2. New Robotic system

  3. Robot at Keiko University

  4. New technology of helmet

  5. Sensors on robot’s fingertips

33. The user can feel the vibration of marbles in a glass container because …

A. The robot has a number of sensor on its fingertips.

B. The robot can detect differences in the feel of fabric.

C. The user wears a helmet a helmet with a monitor display.

D. The vest transmits information about the wearer’s position.

E. The vest and gloves can receive the ‘sense of touch’ of marbles.
34. The new system of robot was developed by …


  1. Asia News Network.

  2. Japanese researchers.

  3. The users of robots.

  4. The Yomiuri Shimbun and Sci-Tech.

  5. Susumu Tachi and his development staff.

35. After reading the text we can conclude that the new system of robot is …

  1. very dangerous

  2. comfortable

  3. complicated

  4. very useful

  5. affordable


The following text is for questions 36-38

A laptop is a kind of computer unit which has the same function as a PC ( personal computer), but it is smaller, lighter and of different sizes. Nowadays, most people choose laptops for several reasons.

A laptop is a portable device. This portability is very helpful for our work, study and other activities. We do not need complicated cable installations to activate a laptop, and with a laptop, we can do our work anytime anywhere. Moreover, a laptop allows us to access the internet in public places which provide free access called hot spot areas. Some people like to use this facility to carry out their tasks.

Finally, laptop consumes energy more efficiently than a PC does. This device uses a rechargeable battery as a source of electric energy. So if we prefer using laptop, it means that we support the government program to save energy.

That’s why a laptop has become very popular recently.


36. Why is using lap top support the government program to save energy?

A. It uses a rechargeable battery.

B. It needs energy more than PC

C. It provides free hot spot access

D. It needs complicated cable installations

E. It enables us to work with it anytime anywhere.
37. From the text we know that....

A. more people like a laptop better than PC

B. more people like a PC better than a laptop

C. a laptop is cheaper now than it was before

D. a laptop is usually more expensive than a PC

E. for a mobile person a laptop is more handy than a PC


38. A laptop is a portable device. (Par. 2 ). The synonym o the underlined word is ….

A. Ornament

B. equipment

C. Compliment

D. Adornment

E. Accompaniment


The following text is for questions 39-42

JAKARTA : Blasts struck at the heart of Jakarta on Thursday, leaving at least seven people dead and 19 injured after suicide bombers and a group of armed men attacked Indonesia’s capital city. The deadly blasts and gun attacks took place in Jl. MH Thamrin, one of Jakarta’s busiest main streets in Central Jakarta, located not far from government ministries and the State Palace.

The National Police spokesman Insp. Gen. Anton Charliyan said on Thursday that all five terrorists died in the attack: two were suicide bombers and the rest died during a shoot-out with the police.  “All perpetrators are Indonesians and are dead,” he told journalists.

There were four blasts recorded in the area, commonly known as Sarinah, where Jakarta’s oldest shopping mall is located. Civilians and police officers are among the 19 people injured and they were taken to several hospitals in Jakarta. At least five police officers are in critical condition from the blasts and gunshots.

The terrorists also shot police officers and threw grenades that lead to a shoot-out at noon. Police found five bombs with bigger impact believed to be exploded by the group. “We suspect that the first bomb was for fishing for a bigger explosion,” Anton said.

He also said the perpetrators are believed to be related to the radical Islamic State (IS) group as there were warnings from the group after the attacks that killed 130 people in a string of attacks in Paris in November.


39. What is the text mainly tell about?

A. Terrorists murderer in capital city.

B. Injured people after suicide bombers.

C. Armed men in Indonesia’s capital city.  

D. The terrorist effects on people of Jakarta.



E. Bomb and gun attacks in Indonesia’ capital city.  
40.  There were ... people who became the victim in the terror.

A. 5


B. 7

C. 19


D. 26

E. 130
41. What is the main idea of paragraph  3?

A. Five police officers are in critical condition

B. The victim of the incident are civilians and police officers

C. Police suspected of a bigger explosion

D. The police patrol at the Sarinah building.

E. The blast and gun attacks are happen in the busy street Jakarta
42. What is the cause of the death victims?

A. Police attack

B. severe injured

C. The gun suicide

D. The terrorist warning

E. The blast and gun shoot.


The following text is for number 43 - 45.

Beggars have become a big problem for us today. They come as a musicians, street boys, “sick” people, “lost” people, or just beggars. As their number is getting bigger, the municipal government feels the need to set a regulation to ban beggars.

Many people support this. They say that begging makes people lazy and bad survivors. They are like parasites. Criminals take advantage of their existence. Car driver are strong-armed in crossroads, motorbikes are seized, trucks are hijacked, etc. A man in a rural area takes them to the city with his truck in the morning and pick them up in the afternoon. They have made an agreement to share what they get. Some children are reported to have been kidnapped not for ransom. They are forced to be beggars.

They become beggars because they have no choice. What they get everyday is only enough for buying food. Being a beggar is better than being a thief or a robber. So it is a high time to apply their religious teaching to care for others. In addition, what they do is to help the government to check crime-rates.

Despite the controversy of their existence, beggars continue to color the life of urban people.

43. The positive argument of the beggars assistance is ...


  1. They like to be parasites

  2. They are forced to be beggars.

  3. They survive by begging others

  4. They say that begging makes people lazy.

  5. They help the government to check crime-rates.

44. After reading the text we know that ...

A. There is disadvantages of being beggars

B. The biggest problem of today is beggars.

C. There is a set of regulation to ban beggars

D. There are positive and negative opinion of beggars.

E. There are close relation between beggars and criminals.

45. What is the main idea of paragraph 2 ?

A. The government thinks negative to the beggar existence

B. Beggars make an agreement to share what they get

B. Some people disagree to the beggar existence

C. Many people support the beggar existence.

D. The beggars disturb the citizens.


This is for numbers 46 and 47.

Arrange these sentences into a meaningful paragraph!

46. (1) Before jacking up the car to change the flat tire, you need to do several things.


  1. Make sure that the car is on the level ground.

  2. You don’t want the car to start rolling when it is up in the air.

  3. Take the jack, the lug, the wrench, and the spare tire out of the trunk

  4. You should also make sure that the emergency brake is on.

  5. Now loosen the wheel nuts on the flat tire.

  6. You don’t want to jerk or push on the car once it is jacked up.

A. 1 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 5 - 7 - 6

B. 1 - 3 - 2 - 5 - 4 - 7 - 6

C. 1 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 6 - 7

D. 1 - 4 - 3 - 5 - 2 - 7 - 6

E. 1 - 2 - 7 - 5 - 3 - 4 – 6

47. (1) Being afraid Maya and Rita sat closely to each other.6


  1. What a relief! The shadow was their camp leader doing an inspection.7

  2. It was midnight, but Maya and Rita were still awake.2

  3. Then, they saw a tall and big shadow outside their tent.5

  4. They peeped outside through a small hole in the tent.3

  5. Suddenly, they heard a soft voice outside.4

  6. After the campfire, all the scouts enter their tents to have a rest, including Maya and Rita.1

A. 7 - 3 - 5 - 6 - 4 - 1 - 2

B. 7 - 3 - 2 - 5 - 4 - 6 - 1

C. 7 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 6 - 2

D. 7 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 2 - 1 - 6

E. 7 - 2 - 1 - 5 - 3 - 4 – 6


The following text is for questions 48 to 50
Last Sunday morning Dina and Nita enjoyed a car free day. They (48) ... their bicycles toward the town square, the center of car free day activities, happily. Along the street, they saw many people riding bicycles. The air was (49) ... because no one rode a motor cycle or drove a car.
On arrival at the town square, Dina and Nita rode their bicycle to sightsee. They were many people selling (50) .... , drinks, and accessories. Dina bought a hair band and Nita bought a small purse.

Being tired of riding they enjoy traditional food and drinks.

48. A. held

B. took


C. drove

D. flew

E. rode

49. A. hot

B. dry

C. cold


D. fresh

E. warm


50. A. meat

B. food


C. milk

D. fruit


E. cake


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