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Bahasa Inggris 2006

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 3

Directions: For each question, you will see a picture


in your test book and you will hear four short
statements. These Statements 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.
When you hear the four statements, look at the picture
in your test book and choose the statement that best
describes. What you see in the picture. Then, on your
answer sheet, find the number of the question and

mark your answer. Look at the sample below.


Now listen to the four statements.

A.
The motorcycles are parked at an outdoor parking
lot.
B.
The motorcycles are displayed in the showroom
to sell.
C.
The motorcycles are parked in an indoor parking
hall!
D.
The motorcycles are kept at a service station to be
repaired.
Statement (C) "The motorcycles are parked in an
indoor parking hall." Best describes what you see in
the picture. Therefore, you should choose answer (C).

2.
3.
PART II

Questions 4 to 7.

Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear a


question spoken in English, followed by three
responses, also spoken in English. The question and
responses 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. You have to
choose the best response to each question.

Now listen to a sample question.


You will hear:

X : Good morning John, how are you?


You will also hear:
A.
I'm fine, thank you.
B.
I'm in the living room,
C. My name is John.
The best response to the question "How are you?" is
choice (a), "I am fine, thank you." Therefore, you
should choose answer (a).
4. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
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 11.

Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear


several short conversations. The conversations will
not be printed in your test book. You will hear the
conversation two times. So you must listen carefully
to understand what the speakers say.
In your test book, you will read a question about each
conversation. The question will be followed by four
answers. You have to choose the best answer to each
question and mark it on your answer sheet.

UN-SMK-06-08

What does the man imply?

A.
He could have helped her.
B.
He wanted to go with her.
C.
He enjoyed the party very much
D.
He would like to call the woman.
UN-SMK-06-09

Where will they probably be at six forty-five?

A.
At the Plaza.
B.
In the office
C.
Still at work
D.
On the way to the Plaza
UN-SMK-06-10

What is the woman's native language?

A.
Thai
B.
Korean
C.
English
D.
Japanese
UN-SMK-06-11

What is the man doing?

A.
He is having a meeting
B.
He is reserving a ticket
C.
He is flying with Garuda
D.
He is sitting down for afternoon tea
PART IV

Questions 12 to 15.

Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear


several short talks. Each will be spoken two times.
They will not be printed in your test book, so you
must listen carefully to understand and remember
what is said.
In your test book, you will read two or more
questions about each short talk. Each question will be
followed by four answers. You have to choose the
best answer to each question and mark it on your
answer sheet.

UN-SMK-06-12

How many days will the convention last?

A.
Two
B.
Three
C.
Four
D.
Five
UN-SMK-06-13

What is the speech about?

A.
The marketing of fruit and vegetables.
B.
The purpose of the yearly sales meeting.
C.
The establishment of a sales teamwork.
D.
The meeting of company directors.
UN-SMK-06-14

What product is advertised?

A.
Fish and Chips
B.
Beef and Chicken.
C.
Mashed Potato.
D.
Different kinds of steaks
UN-SMK-06-15

Where is the Steak House Restaurant?


A.
On the first floor of the Plaza.
B.
On the second floor of the Plaza.
C.
On the third floor of the Plaza.
D. On the fourth floor of the Plaza.
This is the end of the Listening Section
Reading Section

Questions 16-30 are incomplete dialogues. Four


sentences marked A, B, C, D are given beneath each
dialogue. You have to choose the sentence that best
completes the dialogue.

UN-SMK-06-16
Sheila : What do you do in the present company?
Dinah : ...

A.
I have sent this insurance policy to a new client.
B.
I check mail, sort out letters, and put them in the
agenda.
C.
I will have to arrange the annual meeting with the
stakeholders
D.
I met some clients this morning, and got to
explain the company policy.
UN-SMK-06-17
Dinah : I'm thinking about quitting my job.
Sheila : Sorry? Are you serious? It's so difficult to
find a job these days.
Dinah : I know, but ... I'm thinking about continuing
my studies.

A.
I'm not going to find another job.
B.
the job was not interesting anymore.
C.
I did not want to work for a bigger company.
D.
the company will try to stop me from walking
out.
UN-SMK-06-18
Waiter: Excuse me. Are you ready to order?
Dinah : Yes, can I have fish and chips, and coke?
Sheila?
Sheila : please.
Waiter: Fish and chips, coke, noodles, and hot tea.
I'll be right back.

A.
A glass of coke and a bag of noodles
B.
A bag of chips and a plate of noodles
C.
A bottle of hot tea and a plate of chips
D.
A bowl of noodles and a cup of hot tea
UN-SMK-06-19
Rani : Rafi, what did you usually do when you were
in London?
Rafi : ...

A. I use to play tennis with my father.


B. I usually drink English tea for breakfast.
C. I used to walk down the road in the afternoon.
D. I sometimes go to the movies with some friends.
UN-SMK-06-20
Sam : How much is that new Toyota?
Salesperson : It's $ 4,700, tax included.
Sam :..,.. I can't afford it.

A. The cost is low


B. That's cheap enough
C. That's too expensive
D. The price is quite reasonable
UN-SMK-06-21
Nahya : ..... Raisha, our new staff?
Budi : Oh, yes. I am her yesterday. Hi, Raisha. How
are you doing?
Raisha: Hi, Budi. I'm doing fine, Thanks. How are
you?

A. Have you met


B. Do you know about
C. Do you want to meet
D. Are you going to meet
UN-SMK-06-22
Taufiq : Happy Travel, Taufiq speaking.
Olga : Hello, Mr. Taufiq. This is Olga ...
Taufiq : Oh, yes, Miss Olga. I hope you and your
family will have a wonderful time.
Olga : Thank you. We are very excited.

A. I am sad to tell you the truth


B. I liked to talk about the ticket service
C. I am disappointed with the service last night
D. I am calling to confirm my trip to Disneyland
UN-SMK-06-23
Mela : I have already put the letter here. What's
next?
Bowo : Do you see the "start" button on the
machine? If you press it, ...
Mela : Oh, yes. Thank you.

A. you will see the next instruction


B. you would see the next instruction
C. you would see the next instruction
D. you would have seen the next instruction
UN-SMK-06-24
Fahri : You've got a big bonus and incentives,
haven't you? ...? I'm hungry.
Vita : Okay, where do you usually have lunch?

A. Why didn't you tell me


B. Why don't you treat me
C. C Why didn't you eat lunch
D. Why must we wait for them
UN-SMK-06-25

Waiter: Under what name would you like the

reservation?
Hasan : Siregar, Hasan Siregar.
Waiter: ...?
Hasan : Yes. It's 555 -9363.

A. May I have your phone number


B. Can I tell you my phone number
C. Should you write your phone number
D. Will you speak about your phone number
UN-SMK-06-26

Adrian : What does a chef do exactly?

Manager :
He supervises the preparation and service
of the food from the kitchen to the dining
room, arranges the menu and ...

A. carry away the dirty dishes to the pantry.


B. taking care of cleanliness of the kitchen.
C. served drinks to the table in the bar.
D. tastes the food for correct seasoning.
UN-SMK-06-27
Duta : It will be a long weekend next week. What is
your plan?
Echa : ...,. There will be a family outing sponsored
by the-office.

A. We have gone by a tourist bus


B. We are going to go to Anyer
C. We stayed in a cottage
D. We have a barbecue
UN-SMK-06-28
Reporter : Where does this industry sell its products?
Manager : This industry exports some of the
products but ...

A. much of them are sold in the domestic markets


B. few of them are made in the domestic markets
C. most of them are sold in the domestic markets
D. least them are made in the domestic markets
UN-SMK-06-29
Psychologist : What can you say about your
childhood?
Client : I'll always remember my sweet time
when I was still young. My friends
and I loved to play in a small field
near our houses and ... our bicycles
together.

A. we will ride
B. we're riding
C. we used to ride
D. we will use to ride
UN-SMK-06-30
Student : Can I remove the car wheels with spanner
no. 10?
Mechanic : No, you can't. ... the bolts.

A. It's too small to loosen


B. It's enough big to loosen
C. It's big enough to loosen
D. It's small enough to loosen
In questions 31 -40, each sentence has four words
or phrases underlined. The four underlined words
"are marked A, B, C, and D. You have to identify
the underlined word or phrase that should be
corrected or rewritten.

UN-SMK-06-31

Good morning my friend,


I'm delighted with welcome you here to our school.
A
First of all, I'd like to introduce myself.
B
My name is Annisa. I'm the secretary of the students
C
organization. On behalf of all the students,
D
I'd like to thank you for visiting our school.

UN-SMK-06-32

Journalist : Ummh. Were you there when the bomb


blast happened?
A
Woman : Yes, I am, having dinner with my family
B
when it happened. I ran to the beach after
C D
the first explosion.

UN-SMK-06-33

Have problems with your health, weak and exhausted?

A
Try Nature Privileges! One pill a day will keep you not
only healthy and energetic: so, 'rush to the nearest

B
drugstore for 30% discount until the end of May.
C D

UN-SMK-06-34

Back to School Midyear Sales at Bros! Prices are


more lower than those of other stores in town.
A B
Come for anything you need at school.
C D

UN-SMK-06-35

Visitor : Good morning. May I see Mr. Jarred?


A
Receptionist : Good morning. Oh, you must be
B
Mr. Tanaka of Toyota 2000.
C
Please sit down. I can tell him you�re
D
here.
Visitor : Thank you.

UN-SMK-06-36

Montreal is a fascinating city where you can go skiing,

A
wind surfing, sightseeing, biking and hiking.
Although you can shop all year round in our elegant

B C
shops. Plan your next travel adventure in Montreal.
D

UN-SMK-06-37

Doctor: You, must learn to relax. Take a vacation


A
and playing some golf will be good for you.
B
Patient: I�d like to take your advice, doctor, but I
C
have to go to work.
Doctor: If you keep this up, you may never work again.
D

UN-SMK-06-38

TV today is an indispensable technology in every


A
household A TV set what is usually put in the living
B
room has become an apparatus that can unite a family
C
as well as separate them.
D

UN-SMK-06-39

Tya : Do you plan to go to your home town in the


A B
C next vacation?
Kiki : Well, I don't know. Ticket fares are very
C
expensive today.
Tya : I will drive if 1 were you.
D

UN-SMK-06-40

Tika : How often are paychecks issued?


A
Lia : Paychecks will give out every two weeks.
B
Tika : Good. I think that's better than once a month.
C D
Questions 41-50 are based on a selection of reading
materials. You have to choose the best answer A,
B, C, or D to each question.

Questions 41 and 42 are based on the following


memo.

FROM : Mr.A.Busse
SENT. : 10:15A.M. Monday, April 10,2006
TO : Sales Staff

CC : Mr. D. Off and Ms. R. Fowler


SUBJECT: Annual Meeting
I am writing to remind you that our annual meeting
will be on Tuesday, April 18. I want everyone to be
ready with ideas, strategies, and sales forecast for
next year. I will be out of town attending a conference
on the new products of LCD projectors in' Osaka,
Wednesday and Thursday. Remember that next
Monday is a-holiday. Therefore, should you have
something urgent to discuss, please see me on Friday,
April 14.
Thank you.
UN-SMK-06-41

Why did Mr. Busse write the letter?

A.
To tell them about the new products of LCD.
B.
To remind the sales staff about their annual
meeting.
C.
To discuss something very urgent about a
conference.
D.
To ask Mr. Off and Ms. Fowler to see him on
Friday, April 14:
UN-SMK-06-42
What might the sales staff do after reading the letter?
They might ...

A.
plan how to spend the extended weekend
B.
display the new products of LCD projectors
C.
see Mr. Busse before he leaves for the conference
D.
think about strategies and sales forecast for next
year
Questions 43 to 45 refer to the following text.

Learning English as a foreign language is sometimes


interchanged with learning English as a second
language. Indonesian, Thai, and Japanese learn
English as a foreign language, because the people
have their own official language that is Indonesian,
Thai, and Japanese respectively. In big cities in
Indonesia, people speak Indonesian at home, in the
shops and at schools whereas in small towns or in
villages people speak Indonesian and vernaculars
(Javanese, Balinese, Batak, etc.) interchangeably.
They speak English only at schools in their English
classrooms.
The Philippines has adopted English as a second
language.' English is an official language in the
Philippines for a different reason. The Philippines had
been under successive foreign colonization, first
Spanish and then American, for a long time. Even
nowadays Spanish is still being taught in many high
schools iii Manila. In the Philippines people speak
Tagalog mostly at home and English mostly outside,
in the same way as the Indonesians living in Central
or East Java speak Javanese at home and Indonesian
outside. English has become an official language and
a medium of instruction at schools. Even at
kindergarten children speak English for
communication. No wonder most people from the
Philippines are very fluent in English.
UN-SMK-06-43

What is the text about? .

A.
How to be fluent in English.
B.
How to make English as a second language.
C.
Learning English in the classroom at schools.
D.
Learning English as a foreign language and a
second language.
UN-SMK-06-44
What is the synonym of the word 'interchanged'?
(Paragraph 1 line 1)

A.
Moved
B.
Changed
C.
Exchanged
D.
Distinguished
UN-SMK-06-45
Why ,are most people from the Philippines fluent in
English? Because ...

A.
English is the first foreign language
B.
The Philippines speak English very well
C.
English is the medium of instruction at schools
D.
The country had been under successive foreign
colonization
Questions 46 and 47 are based on the following
text

PICKING A HOME THEATER

Home Theaters aren't just for movie moguls anymore.


With a big-screen television, DVD player and
surround sound-system, you can live like you're one
of the rap stars on "MTV Cribs." But you don't need
to take out a second mortgage to get the cinematic
experience. There are packages to fit every budget.
Television is the heart of your system. The bigger the
TV is better, but don't empty your pockets while
overwhelming the room with a TV that is just too
large. Generally, for a 10-foot-by-10-foot room, a 27inch
screen is fine; if you watch a lot of movies on
DVD, you should consider a wide screen set. A high
quality DVD player is also important. Look for one
that uses "progressive scanning," which displays a
sharper image on TVs that support it.
UN-SMK-06-46
According to the reading, what is the most important
part of a home theater?

A.
Television.
B.
MTV Cribs:
C.
DVD Players.
D.
A 10-foot-by-lO-foot room.
UN-SMK-06-47

What does the word "mortgage" mean?

A.
Social support
B.
Mental support
C.
Physical support
D.
Financial support
Questions numbers 48,49, and 50 are based on the
following advertorial.

Vietnam Airlines Grows Its Business

Vietnam Airlines has come a long way since it started


out in 1956 with a fleet of five small aircraft. Last
year, it took delivery of five Airbus A321s and signed
a contract to buy ten Airbus narrow-bodied 321s of
which the first plane will be delivered in 2006. This
July it signed an agreement with Boeing to purchase
four 787 Dreamliners. The expansion of Vietnam
Airlines fleet - which also includes new Boeing 777s
and Airbus A32 is, state-of-the-art craft for regional
travel- is right on schedule.
In the first six months of 2005, the airline saw its
passenger numbers increase by 25 percent, to almost
3 million. Over a third of those passengers are
foreigners, and their ranks grew this year as well, by
over 30 percent. Travelers are drawn by Vietnam
Airlines strong domestic, regional, and international
routes: the airline flies to 16 domestic locations and
26 international destinations.
Vietnam Airlines

www.vietnamairlines.com

UN-SMK-06-48

What's the main topic of paragraph two?

A.
The kinds of planes in Vietnam Airlines' fleet.
B.
The international destinations of Vietnam
Airlines.
C.
The number of A321 s purchased by Vietnam
Airlines.
D.
The increasing number of travelers flying with
Vietnam Airlines.
UN-SMK-06-49
When did Vietnam Airlines fleet consist of only five
small aircraft?

A.
In 1956
B.
In 2004
C.
In 2005
D.
In 2006
UN-SMK-06-50
Why is the expansion of Vietnam Airlines said to be
"right on schedule"?
A.
Because the airline has come a long way since >
1956.
B.
Because the purchase-includes state-of-the-art
aircraft.
C.
Because the number of the airlines' passengers is
increasing.
D.
Because the Airbus will deliver the narrow-
bodied A321s on time.