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  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 1 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 Question 1 to 3 Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues and questions spoken in English. The dialogues and questions 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 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 : Do you use the internet very often? Girl : Yes, I do. I use it for communication. Boy : How do you communicate with it? Girl : I send and receive emails, and I speak with my friends using voice mail. Narrator: What is the main topic of the conversation? Sample answer You will read in your test book: A. How to use email. B. Receiving emails. C. Communication. D. Internet usage. E. Voice mail. The best answer to this question is choice D “Internet usage”. Therefore you should choose answer (D). 1. A. Doing homework B. Meeting a teacher C. Finishing homework D. Forgetting to make homework E. Asking for submitting the homework 2. A. To leave the man alone B. To drive the man home. C. To find the lost wallet. D. To borrow the man‟s wallet. E. To lend the man money 3. A. T`wo days B. Three days C. Four days D. Five days E. Six days PART II Questions: 4 to 8 Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear some incomplete dialogues spoken in English, followed by four responses, also spoken in English. The dialogues and the responses will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your text book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying. You have to choose the best response to each question.
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 2 Now listen to a sample question. You will hear: Man: Where are we going to stay? Woman: At the Sun Hotel, near the beach. Man: Why there? Woman: …. Narrator: What will the woman most likely reply? Sample answer You will also hear: A. Staying there. B. It‟s on the beach. C. Living in the hotel. D. There‟s a hotel there. E. It provides excellent service. The best answer to the question is choice E “It provides excellent service.” Therefore, you should choose answer E. 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. 8. Mark your answer on your answer sheet. PART III Questions 9 to 11 Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues and a monologue spoken in English. The dialogues and a monologue will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your text book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying. After you listen to a dialogue or monologue, look at the five pictures provided in your test book, and decide which one would be most suitable with the dialogue or monologue you have heard. 9 1 2 3 4 5 A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 3 10. 1 2 3 4 . 5. A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5 11. 1 2 3 4 5 A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 4 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 text 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. 12. A. Bintan island B. Riau province C. Tanjungpinang D. Riau archipelagoes E. Indonesian Archipilago 13. A. Bintan B. Riau province C. Tanjungpinang D. Riau archipelago E. Archipelago of Indonesia 14. A. An Ant B. The Dove C. The Hunter D. A Dove and an Ant E. The Hunter and The Ant 15. A. Bit his foot B. Get on the leaf C. Flying over the lake D. Landed on the ground E. he picked up a big leaf and dropped it
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 5 THIS IS THE END OF THE LISTENING SECTION READING SECTION This text is for questions 16 and 17. To: Nancy Smith, Head of Live your Dream Foundation, 24 Clinton St, Iowa City. IA. USA. Dear Ma’am, I request you to kindly accept my application for the Live your Dream Scholarship which was made available through your education and career website last week. For your information, I have just finished my Master’s Degree in Conflict Studies and I am currently doing an internship with an NGO called New Lives in Bangalore. I was very pleased to receive an offer from an esteemed institution like Colorado State University to pursue my Ph. D in International Relations. The session will commence from August 2013. Together with the application letter, I enclose herewith the completed application form, as well as my resume and photocopies of academic certificates and mark sheets, as stated in your requirement. I will be very grateful if you accept my application as it will immensely help me financially. Your kind consideration is highly appreciated, and I look forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely, Andri Setiawan 16. What is the purpose of the text? A. To express gratitude B. To apply for internship C. To apply for a scholarship D. To apply for university entrance E. To find a program on international issues 17. “I was very pleased to receive an offer from an esteemed institution like Colorado State University to pursue my Ph.D in International Relations.” The underlined word means “ try to ….” A. do B. find C. have D. fulfill E. achieve The following text is for questions 18 and 19.
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 6 18. What is the text mainly about? A. Reunion for class of 2013 B. Elisabeth‟s wedding party C. Invitation for graduation party D. Jennifer Lynn‟s birthday party E. The Anderson Residence meeting 19. When must the invitees confirm to come? A. After June 1st B. Only on June 1st C. Only before June 1st D. Not later than June 1st E. The day before June 1st This text is for questions 20 and 21. Jakarta Dream-land Excursion Duration: Approximately 5 hours, Daily Departure It is an afternoon tour visiting Ancol Dream-land, Sea World and Fantasy-land. Ancol Dream Land; this is actually a recreational park which situated in Bay of Jakarta. You will have a chance to experience the beauty of the coastal area. You will also visit the art market which is very famous for the artist demonstrating their work. Sea World; see the wonderful ocean life in a big glass oceanarium to pleasantly see the coral and the sea life. Fantasy- land; a theme park modeled on Disneyland and designed to entertain visitors into fascinating world of modern science and technology. 20. How many main tourist resorts in Jakarta are mentioned in the text? A. Two B. Three C. Four D. Five E. Six 21. “ Sea World; see the wonderful ocean life in a big glass oceanarium to pleasantly see the coral and the sea life.” The underlined word is closest in meaning to …. A. Likely B. Valuably C. Enjoyably D. Seemingly E. Repeatedly
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 7 This text is for questions 22 to 25. Lionel Messi was born Luis Lionel Andres Messi on June 24, 1987, in Rosario, Argentina. As a young boy, he tagged along when his two older brothers played soccer with their friends, unintimidated by the bigger boys. At the age of 8, he was recruited to join the youth system of Newell's Old Boys, a Rosario-based club. Recognizably smaller than most of the kids in his age group, Messi was eventually diagnosed by doctors as suffering from a hormone deficiency that restricted his growth. Messi's parents, Jorge and Ceclia, decided on a regimen of nightly growth-hormone injections for their son, though it soon proved impossible to pay several hundred dollars per month for the medication. So, at the age of 13, when Messi was offered the chance to train at soccer powerhouse FC Barcelona's youth academy, La Masia, and have his medical bills covered by the team, Messi's family picked up and moved across the Atlantic to make a new home in Spain. Although he was often homesick in his new country, Messi moved quickly through the junior system ranks, and by the age of 16, he had made his first appearance for Barcelona. Messi put himself in the record books on May 1, 2005, as the youngest player to ever score a goal for the franchise. That same year, he led Argentina to the title in the under-20 World Cup, scoring on a pair of penalty kicks to propel the team over Nigeria. 22. The text mainly tells about … A. Messi‟s health problem B. Life in a soccer academy C. Messi‟s childhood and teens D. FC Barcelona‟s youth academy E. Messi‟s success as a world soccer player 23. “ As a young boy, he tagged along when his two older brothers played soccer with their friends, unintimidated by the bigger boys.” What does the underlined word mean? A. Unlike B. Disturbed C. Unworried D. Inconsistent E. Disappointed 24. Who paid Messi‟s medication? A. La Masia B. His coach C. His friends D. His parents E. FC Barcelona 25. As informed in the last paragraph, how did Messi frequently feel when he was in Spain? A. He was bored B. He was proud. C. He was excited. D. He was anxious. E. He missed his family. This text is for questions 26 to 29. Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world. There are eight different genera in the family classified as rabbits, including the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), cottontail rabbits (genus Sylvilagus; 13 species), and the Amami rabbit (Pentalagus furnessi, an endangered species on Amami Ōshima, Japan). There are many other species of rabbit, and these, along with pikas and hares, make up the order Lagomorpha. The male is called a buck and the female is a doe; a young rabbit is a kitten or kit.
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 8 Rabbit habitats include meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabbit - cite_note-Habitats1-1 Rabbits live in groups, and the best known species, the European rabbit, lives in underground burrows, or rabbit holes. A group of burrows is called a warren.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabbit - cite_note-Habitats1-1 More than half the world's rabbit population resides in North America.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabbit - cite_note-Habitats1-1 They are also native to southwestern Europe, Southeast Asia, Sumatra, some islands of Japan, and in parts of Africa and South America. They are not naturally found in most of Eurasia, where a number of species of hares are present. Rabbits first entered South America relatively recently, as part of the Great American Interchange. Much of the continent has just one species of rabbit, the tapeti, while most of South America's southern cone is without rabbits. 26. What is a female rabbit named? A. Doe B. Pika C. Buck D. Hare E. Kitten 27. What is the main idea of Paragraph two? A. Different kinds of rabbits B. The way of how rabbit live C. The place where rabbits live D. The number of rabbit population E. The kinds of food that rabbits eat 28. “…, including the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus), cottontail rabbits (genus Sylvilagus; 13 species), and the Amami rabbit (Pentalagus furnessi, an endangered species on Amami Ōshima, Japan).” (Paragraph 1) The underlined word means …. A. gone B. killed C. appeared D. threatened E. abandoned 29. “They are also native to southwestern Europe, Southeast Asia, Sumatra, some islands of Japan, and in parts of Africa and South America.” (Paragraph 3) What does the underlined word refer to? A. Asians B. Rabbits C. Residents D. Americans E. Europeans This text is for questions 30 to 33. As “Alien” famously reminded us, “In space no one can hear you scream,” but they didn‟t mention anything about heavy breathing. “Gravity,” a new space thriller starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as two astronauts adrift in the wild blue yonder, features more heavy breathing than a Linda Lovelace movie. Beginning with an uninterrupted 15-minute opening shot, director Alfonso Cuarón presents a spacy story about medical engineer Dr. Ryan Stone (Bullock) and astronaut Matt Kowalsky (Clooney). She‟s an uptight novice; he‟s a wisecracking vet on his final mission. It‟s routine stuff -- or as routine as space travel ever gets -- until a debris storm, comprised of bits and pieces of old satellites, chunks of metal traveling as fast as bullets, crashes into their space shuttle. Stone is knocked “off structure” and drifting through the inky darkness while Kowalsky uses his experience and calm to rescue her. Cue the heavy breathing as her oxygen slowly runs out and panic sets in.
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 9 The story is one of survival, but screenwriter Cuarón (who co-wrote it with his son Jonás) hasn‟t simply written a horror film about imminent disaster. Stone signed up for outer space travel to isolate herself from a personal tragedy, but when the chips are down she finds new meaning in her life. But “Gravity,” while beautiful to look at, is occasionally too in love with its technique.The 17- minute long uninterrupted shot that starts the film is spectacular and overall the look will make your eyeballs dance but then there‟s a scene where we see Sandra Bullock reflected in one of her own, gravity free, tears. It‟s a great image but one that feels a bit too clever. It was one of the few times in the film that I thought I was watching a special effect. 30. What is the purpose of the text? A. To tell a movie B. To critique the movie C. To report that there is a movie D. To describe the scene of a movie E. To persuade viewers to see a movie . 31. What is the movie about? A. An easy space exploration B. The launch of a space craft C. The tragic deaths of two astronauts D. Two astronauts who get troubles in the space E. The struggle of two people who want to be astronauts 32. Besides experienced in his duty, Matt Kowalsky is described as a … man. A. Caring B. Selfish C. Arrogant D. Patient E. Wealthy „ 33. “But “Gravity,” while beautiful to look at, is occasionally too in love with its technique. What does the underlined phrase mean? A. teases B. attracts C. prevents D. supports E. exaggerates This text is for questions 34 to 36. Genes can be a factor of in high cholesterol, but so can being overweight, being physically inactive, and eating foods loaded with saturated fat and cholesterol. The liver manufactures all the cholesterol a body needs, but many people get substantial amounts from their diet. Regardless of their cause, high cholesterol poses dangers. It plays a major role in the development of atherosclerosis, or hardening and narrowing of the arteries, which in turn raises the risk of heart attack or stroke. When doctors talk about high cholesterol, they don‟t mean the amount of cholesterol a person gets from food, but rather how much of the substance is circulating in the blood. With atherosclerosis, the specific culprit is elevated LDL cholesterol, the “bad” kind associated with “increased risk of heart attacks and dying of heart disease,” says Antonio M.Gotto Jr, MD., a professor of medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University and an expert on cholesterol and atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is a gradual process.”It can start early in life,” Gotto says. Fatty streaks can show up in adolescent arteries, and autopsies on men in their 20s have revealed ”Significant plaque in coronary arteries.” he adds. ”It doesn‟t just occur overnight.” Over time, this plaque buildup can turn into a serious health threat, boosting risk of heart attack and stroke as people enter their 40s, 50s, and 60s. Gotto says, ”Coronary disease shows a sharp increase during the 50s in men, and the late 50s and 60s in women. Considering the dangers of high cholesterol, we should maintain our ideal weight, consume healthy food and do exercise regularly.
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 10 34. What is the text mainly about? A. Kinds of cholesterol B. Foods that contain cholesterol C. The causes of high cholesterol D. The dangers of high cholesterol E. The death caused by high cholesterol 35. How does coronary disease occur in men and women? A. Women get the disease increase faster. B. Men experience the late increase of the disease. C. The disease increase occurs faster in men than in women. D. There is no significance difference on the time of the disease increase. E. The disease increase occurs in men and women when they reach at the age of 50s. 36. Fatty streaks can show up in adolescent arteries, and autopsies on men in their 20s have revealed ”significant plaque in coronary arteries.” (Paragraph 2) What does the underlined word mean? A. told B. showed C. reviewed D. occurred E. explained This text is for questions 37 to 40. The Association for Elections and Democracy (Perludem) said that the government should seriously consider implementing an electronic voting (e-voting) system for overseas voters to make it easier for them to cast their votes. Perludem executive director Titi Anggraini said on Thursday that the government had begun discussing an e-voting system in 2009 but it never came to fruition. She said that to begin with, the government could introduce the system to overseas voters. “The government could actually try and start applying the system for overseas voters as they are much more prepared in terms of knowledge, technology and connectivity,” she said. Mohamad Al Arief, the president of the Indonesian Diaspora Network (IDN) who now resides in the US, said that the time-consuming registration and election process might hamper the election committee abroad to reach potential voters. He mentioned that there were 250,000 to 300,000 Indonesians in the US spread out in 50 states while there were only five representative offices. Arief said that the embassy and consulate generals had provided online registration facilities, but voters still needed to go to polling stations if they wanted to cast ballots. 37. What is the text mainly about? A. The failure of e-voting B. The need of using e-voting C. Indonesians who live overseas D. The constraints of election process E. The government‟s intention to use e-voting 38. “Perludem executive director Titi Anggraini said on Thursday that the government had begun discussing an e-voting system in 2009 but it never came to fruition.” (Paragraph 2) What does the underlined sentence mean? A. There was no plant. B. There was no result. C. E-voting was not good. D. There was not any fruit. E. The government never got fruits.
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 11 39. “He mentioned that there were 250,000 to 300,000 Indonesians in the US spread out in 50 states while there were only five representative offices.” (Last paragraph) The underlined word refers to … A. Indonesian president B. Mohamad Al Arief C. A US official D. A consumer E. A voter 40. Why did Titi Anggraini suggest the government to apply e-voting for the Indonesians who live in overseas? A. They are richer B. They are good voters C. They are more prepared D. They are a small number E. There are no voting ballots This text is for questions 41 to 43. While publishing for the K-12 school market is an $8 billion industry, with three companies – McGraw-Hill, Pearson, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt – capturing about 85% of this market, tablets are a $35 billion industry with roughly one in three adults owning a tablet. As tablets have become more prevalent, a new debate has formed over whether K-12 school districts should switch from print textbooks to digital textbooks on tablets. Proponents of tablets say that they are supported by most teachers and students, are much lighter than print textbooks, and improve standardized test scores. They say tablets can hold hundreds of textbooks, save the environment by lowering the amount of printing, increase student interactivity and creativity, and that that digital textbooks are cheaper than print textbooks. Opponents of tablets say that they are expensive, too distracting for students, easy to break, and costly or time-consuming to fix. They say that tablets contribute to eyestrain, headaches, and blurred vision, increase the excuses available for students not doing their homework, require costly Wi-Fi networks, and become quickly outdated as new technologies emerge. When a district plans to use tablets to replace textbook, they have to think deeply the strength and the constraints of tablets and discuss it with the stakeholders. 41. The purpose of the text is …. A. to oppose the use of tablets B. to explain the benefits of tablets C. to inform the weaknesses of tablets D. to recommend educators to use tablets E. to discuss the controversial issue of tablets 42. A part from the expense, distraction, and fragility, what makes tablets become a constraint? A. Being unsafe B. Being difficult to carry C. Requiring a special bag D. Needing a long time to repair E. Provoking higher consumption 43. “ They say tablets can hold hundreds of textbooks, save the environment by lowering the amount of printing, …” (Paragraph 2) What does the underlined word refer to? A.Writers B. Students C. Teachers D.Proponents E. Manufacturers
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 12 This text is for questions 44 to 46. Like all living things, trees need nourishment in order to be able to grow. Where does the tree obtain this? From the soil, the tree obtain water and minerals. From the air, it takes in carbon dioxide. And the green of the leaves of trees harnesses the energy of the sun‟s rays to make starches, sugars, and cellulose. So the tree carries on a chemical process of its own in order to be able to live and grow. Between the wood of a tree and its bark, there is a thin band of living, dividing cells called “the cambium.” As new cells are formed here, those that are formed on the wood side of the cambium mature as wood. The cells formed toward the outside mature as bark. In this way, as the tree grows older it increases in diameter. The diameter of the woody part of the tree continues to grow greater and greater. But this doesn‟t always happen with the bark. Often the outer bark becomes broken, dies, and falls off. Trees grow in height as well as in diameter. At the en of each branch or twig there is a group of living cells. During periods of active growth, these cells keep dividing, producing many more cells. These new cells enlarge and form new leaves as well as additional portions of the stem or twig. In this way, the twig grows longer. After a time, these cells at the tip of the twig become less active and the twig grows longer more slowly. Then the new cells are firm and scale-like and they form a bud. You can easily notice these buds on trees during the winter. In the spring, the bud scales are spread apart or fall off and the twig starts growing longer again. So you see that by means of the cambium layer in the tree, and by means of the active cells at the tips of twigs, trees may grow both in thickness and in length, year after year. 44. The text mainly explains about …. A. how trees grow B. when trees grow C. where trees grow D. various kinds of trees E. how trees are planted 45. “In this way, as the tree grows older it increases in diameter.” (Paragraph 3) The word “it” refers to …. A. cell B. tree C. bark D. wood E. cambium 46. “Trees grow in height as well as in diameter.” (Paragraph 5) The underlined words can be replaced with …. A. and B. too C. either D. beside E. besides 47. Study the following sentences and arrange them into the correct and meaningful paragraph! 1. She teaches chemistry. 2. There is a Korean subject matter teacher coming to our school for an exchange teacher program. 3. For this reason, I am going to take her to meet my colleague who is in charge of the language club 4. Besides teaching the subject, she is going teach Korean language 5. Both the Korean language and the martial art training are scheduled after school hours 6. In addition to teaching chemistry and Korean language, she is going to train taekwondo to our students.
  • PROGRAM IPA/IPS - B. INGGRIS - PAKET D- TRYOUT MKKS DKI JAKARTA 2013-2014 13 Which of the followings is the correct arrangement? A. 2-1-3-4-5-6 B. 2-1-4-3-6-5 C. 2-1-5-3-4-6 D. 2-3-1-6-4-5 E. 2-4-1-5-3-6 For questions 48 to 50, complete the text with the correct words provided! Doctors have recently started to study the causes of a medical disorder which they have appropriately named SAD, or seasonal affective disorder. People who suffer from SAD become very depressed during the (48)… months. Their depression appears to be the result of a decrease in the amount of sunlight they are (49)…to. Doctors theorize that decreased sunlight affects the production of melatonin, a hormone manufactured in the brain, and serotonin, a chemical that helps transmit nerve impulses. Depression may result from the ensuing imbalance of these two substances in the body. (50)…, doctors believe that a decrease in the amount of sunlight the body receives may cause a disturbance in the body‟s natural clock, which could, in turn, result in symptoms such as listlessness, oversleeping, weight gain, anxiety, and irritability all symptoms of depression. 48. A. spring B. winter C. autumn D. summer E. weather 49. A. expose B. exposes C. exposed D. exposure E. exposing 50. A. Also B. Since C. Although D. Nevertheless E. Consequently