Soal Latihan UN SMA 2013 - Bahasa Inggris
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UJIAN NASIONAL2011 2013
PREDIKSI Soal Latihan
LATIHAN UJIAN AKHIR NASIONAL TAHUN AJARAN 2012/2013 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 1 Question: 1 to 5 Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues or questions spoken in English. The dialogues or questions will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. After you hear a dialogues and the questions 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: Woman Man Narrator A. B. C. D. E. : What do you want for your birthday present, Mike? A watch, a bicycle, a mobile phone, or a Power Ranger robot? : Id rather you buy me a Portable Play Station 3. : What did Mike want for his birthday present?
a robot a watch a bicycle mobile phone a play station
The best answer to this question is a play station. Therefore you should choose answer (E) 1. You will hear: Woman : Did you see Mr. Tarno? Man : Mr. Tarno the magician? Woman : Yes, did you see him? Man : He just left the library. Narrator: Who is Mr. Tarno? A. B. C. 2. The magician The librarian The man in the library D. E. The female in conversation The visitor
You will hear: Man : Danielle will leave to Jombang next week. Woman : Where is she now? Man : She is in her room with Wati. Narrator: Where is Danielle? A. B. C. She is in Jombang She is in Watis room She is in bus station D. E. She is in her room. She is on the way to Jombang
You will hear: Woman : May I read your newspaper? Man : Certainly, please do. Here you are. Woman : Thank you. By the way do you like to read my magazine?
Man : No, Thanks. I have read that magazine yesterday. Narrator: Why does the man not want to read the magazine? A. B. C. D. E. The man doesnt like magazine The man wants the woman read it for him. The woman prefers reading the newspaper The woman dont allowed him to read. The man has read that magazine.
Part II Questions: 4 to 6. Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues or monologues spoken in English. The dialogues or 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 listen to the dialogues or monologues, look at the five pictures provided in your test book, and decide which one would be the most suitable with the dialogue or monologue you have heard. 4. You will hear: Man : What sport do you like? Woman : soccer. Man : Oh yeah? What do you need for that? Woman : Thing like shoes, ball, and short and t shirt. Narrator : Which picture goes with the dialogue? A. B. C. D. E. 5. 1 4 3 4 5
You will hear: Man : Have you started the assignment? Woman : Yes, but I havent finished it. Man : Why dont you work it now? Woman : Ok. But I need something to eat first! Narrator : Where would they probably go first? A. B. C. D. E. 1 2 3 4 5
You will hear : Man : Last week I met my old friend. I saw him when I was in front of a gift shop. He was wearing waiters uniform of cafeteria beside the plaza. He said he was the owner of the cafetaria. Narrator : Which picture goes with the monologue? A. B. C. D. E. 1 2 3 4 5
Part III Questions 7 to 11 Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear some incomplete dialogues spoken in English, followed by five responses, also in English. The dialogues and the 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. Now listen to a sample question. Man : Ive got bad news about my test. Woman : What? You failed again? Man : Narrator: what will the man most likely reply? A. B. C. D. Let me try again. Dont worry, Im fine. Sorry, Ive disappointed you. Never mind, youve done your best.
E. Id like to apologize for my failure. Narrator: The best answer to the question you failed again? is choice C. Therefore, you should choose answer C. 7. You will hear : Woman : I think you cant solve the problem. Narrator: What is the appropriate response? Man : ... A. Oh, good news. B. Maybe, but why dont you tell me first. C. Sorry, Im too busy for that. 8. You will hear: Man : What you like most, soccer, badminton, or basket ball? Woman : ... A. That would be great to play with you! B. 9. I dont like none of it. C. Let me play badminton with you You will hear: Man : Do you want to play futsal next week? Narrator: What would the man probably say? Man : ... A. No, thank you. Its enjoyable. B. Why not. I hate it really. C. Its expensive, Im afraid. D. I must admit everybody likes futsal. E. Oh no, thanks. How about next month? 10. You will hear: Man : Have you read this advertisement? Woman : Oh, yes, but it is very expensive to . A. B. C. D. E. meet the owner of the car drive that car find the spare parts of that car make advertisement like that find the location newspapers publisher D. E. Almost everybody like those sports Thats too much D. E. Im sorry to hear that. Oh, long time no see.
11. You will hear: Man : Where are we going? Woman : We are going to The Sun Hotel. Man : Where is it? Narrator: What would the woman probably say? Woman : .... A. Im free B. I stay there C. It gives the most satisfactory services D. its near the beach E. Theres a hotel there 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 question about it, read the five possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. You will hear: The problem of over population in Indonesia is made worse by the fact that fifty percent of all Indonesians are below the age of eighteen years. Most of them are dependents. They do not earn money to support themselves and are in need of many facilities like food, medical care, clothing, education, and employment opportunities. Although a large number of them are forced to drop out of school to earn a living, the government. still has to spent a very large part of its revenue on education. Then comes the problem of creating enough jobs for every new generation of school leavers or college graduates. Although the problem of overcrowded cities is difficult to solve, there is a solution to the problem of people living in overcrowded areas of the countryside. The solution is internal migration. This means moving poor people from the countryside to different but underdeveloped parts of Indonesia, where they may work to build a new life themselves. In Indonesia, there are large and active resettlement programmes of his sort which have given a new life to thousands of people. 12. What is the solution to cope the problem discussed in the text? A. B. C. D. E. A. B. C. wider employment opportunities migration to other island internal migration medical care a new life for thousands of people 5 percent 15 percent 50 percent D. E. 55 percent 85 percent
13. Narrator: How many Indonesian are below 18 years old?
You will hear: When Roosevelt took office at the beginning of 1933, unemployment in the U.S. had, in three years, jumped from 4 million to 12 million, at least a quarter of the work force. Fathers of hungry kids were trying to sell apples on the street. F.D.R.s bold experiments included many that failed, but he brought hope to millions and some lasting contributions to the nations foundation: Social Security, minimum wages, insured bank deposits and the right to join unions. Henceforth the national government took on the duty of managing the economy and providing capitalism with a social safety net.
14. Narrator: How many American people are unemployment at the beginning of 1933? A. B. C. A. B. C. 4 million 8 million 12 million : Who is Roosevelt? D. E. minister of social affairs US president at 1933 one of US unemployment father of hungry kids social worker D. E. 20 million 22 million
This is the end of the listening section Reading Section The following text is for question 16. 5 August 2010 Bob! You late again. Boss waiting at his office. Prepare of good answer. Marty. 16. Who wrote the message? A. B. C. D. E. Marty Boss Bob John The secretary
The following text is for questions 17 to 19. In 1900 we began to unlock the mysteries of the atom: Max Planck launched quantum physics by discovering that atoms emit bursts of radiation in packets. Also the mysteries of the mind: Sigmund Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams that year. Marconi was preparing to send radio signals across the Atlantic, the Wright Brothers went to Kitty Hawk to work on their gliders, and an unpromising student named Albert Einstein finally graduated, after some difficulty, from college that year. So much for the boneheaded prediction made the year before by Charles Duell, director of the U.S. Patent Office: Everything that can be invented has been invented. So many fields of science made such great progress that each could produce its own contender for Person of the Century. Lets start with medicine. In 1928 the young Scottish researcher Alexander Fleming sloppily left a lab dish growing bacteria on a bench when he went on vacation. It got contaminated with a Penicillium mold spore, and when he returned, he noticed that the mold