Listening SectionIn this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understandspoken English. There are 4 parts to this section, with special directions for each part.Part I. PicturesQuestions: 1 to 3.Directions:For each item, there is a picture in your test book and four short statements about it on thetape. They are spoken two times, and are NOT WRITTEN out on your test book, so youmust listen carefully. You must choose one statement - (A), (B), (C), or (D) - that bestdescribes the picture. Then, on your answer sheet, mark your choice.Example:Look at the picture and listen to the four sentences. A. The clock is hanging at the left. B. The man is holding some books. C. The bookshelf is behind the man. D. The window is wide open.Narrator : Choice (C) - “The bookshelf is behind the man” - best describes what is seen inthe picture.Therefore, you should mark (C) on your answer sheet.Now let’s begin with picture number 1
PART II. 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: Woman : Where do you live? Narrator: You will also hear : Man : A. In the morning. B. On Jln. Pramuka. C. With my parents. Narrator : Choice (B) - "On Jln. Pramuka." - is the appropriate response to the question “Where do you live?” Therefore, you should mark (B) on your answer sheet.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. Theconversations will not be printed in your test book. You will hear theconversations two times, so you must listen carefully to understand what thespeakers say.In your test book, you will read a question about each conversation. The questionwill be followed by four answers. You have to choose the best answer to eachquestion and mark it on your answer sheet.Example:You will hear:Man : Are you a student here?Woman : Yes, Sir.Man : Where is the English class?Woman : Next to the Laboratory.Narrator :You will read: Where does the dialogue happen? A. At the hospital. B. At the station. C. At the market. D. At school.Narrator : Choice (D) - “At school” - is the best answer to the question “Wheredoes the dialogue happen?” Therefore, you should mark (D) on your answersheet.
8. What did the man do? A. He gave a lecture. B. He introduced himself. C. He thanked the woman. D. He read the woman’s book 9. What kind of sport does the man like to play? A. Fitness. B. Soccer. C. Tennis. D. Badminton. 10. What will the man probably buy? A. A car. B. A bicycle. C. A motorbike. D. A mobile phone. 11. What does the man want? A. His hotel bill. B. A cup of coffee. C. A business partner. D. The first coffee-break.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. 12. What can be inferred about this product? A. Anita’s cakes can be made to suit special occasions. B. Anita’s cakes are available 24 hours a day. C. The product is offered by Anita. D. The product is sold at the office. 13. What can Anita ‘s cake provide for early morning meetings? A. Coffee rolls and donuts. B. Pies and cakes. C. Donuts and pies. D. Coffee and tea.
14. What change has been announced? A. The flight number. B. The gate number. C. The arrival time. D. The boarding pass.15. What is the current weather condition? A. It’s raining. B. It’s cloudy. C. It’s windy. D. It’s icy. This is the end of the listening section. Reading Section I. INCOMPLETE DIALOGUES. Questions 16 - 30 are incomplete dialogues. Four choices marked A, B, C, D are given beneath each dialogue. You have to choose the one that best completes the dialogues.16. Fiona : Excuse me, How could I get to the library please? Deny : ... A. I’m new in town. B. The library is our new building. C. The library opens at 09:00 a.m. D. It is two blocks from here. You can’t miss it.17. Emmy : I heard that you spent your vacation in Bandung. Agustin : Yeah, I visited my sister. She works and lives there. Emmy : ... Agustin : She is a teller in a bank. A. What does she do? B. Where is her office? C. How does she go to work? D. Does she live near her office?18. Customer : ... Clerk : I’m sorry. They are sold out, but we still have some for the eight thirty show. Customer : Fine, if that’s all I can get. A. I’d like two tickets for the six o’clock show, please. B. I’d like to have two hamburger with extra cheese, please. C. I’d like to make reservation for six people, please.
D. Fd like to order some fries and coke, please.19. Vina : I see that you have a lot of mug collection. ... Handi : Yes, I am interested in collecting mugs, coins, matc hes, and perfume bottles.I like them very much. A. Is it interesting? B. Is it your hobby? C. What is your hobby? D. What do you like to do?20. Receptionist : Good afternoon. Adya Graha Hotel. What can I do for you, ma’am? Caller : Hello. Could someone pick me up at the airport at 01.00 p.m. tomorrow?I have booked for room 316 in your hotel. My name is Grania. Receptionist : ... A. Yes, ma’am, I’m happy to hear it. B. No, ma’am, we are busy at the moment. C. Certainly, ma’am. We’ll make it for you. D. Please forgive me, I don’t know about it.21. Cinta : What happened with your cell-phone? Andra : I broke it down into pieces when .... A. I walk down the street to school B. I was running for a bus to school C. I am riding my motorcycle to school D. I am on my way back home from school22. Guest : Hello. There is no mineral water in my room. The water jug is empty. Receptionist : ... A. Yes, ma’am. We’ll send someone to refill it at once. B. Please bring it to the kitchen, ma’am. C. Right away. You can go to the lobby. D. It should be full, ma’am.23. Bachy : I’m going to have an exam tomorrow. ... I can’t concentrate. Fery : Sure. A. Don’t be lazy. B. Please switch on the fan. C. Can you turn off the TV? D. Why don’t you open the door?24. Student : Excuse me, ma’am. My spoken English is not good. What do you suggest? Teacher : Well, .... A. take some writing test B. read some English newspapers C. practice it a lot with your friends D. buy a good English - English dictionary25. Fadhil : Where is Vincent? It is already 07.30 but he hasn’t come yet. Rico : He told me that he would come. Just wait. ...
Fadhil : Ok. Can we open the meeting while waiting for him? Rico : All right. A. We will leave him soon. B. He cannot attend the meeting. C. The meeting should start on time. D. He may be trapped in a traffic jam.26. Citra : We could be late arriving at the train station. How about taking a taxi? Hari : I don’t think so. ... but there are seven us. A. It has a good driver B. It can only load 4 passengers C. It can take us to the station D. It has more space for us to ride27. Ussie : Our class will plan to have a camping. ... Trissa : Of course. It must be interesting. A. Would you collect the fire woods? B. Could you inform the departure to your parents? C. Would you like to join? D. Could I arrange the plan schedule with them?28. Linda : I won the first prize for the dancing contest last night. Liony : ... Linda : Thanks. A. That’s great! B. That’s embarrassing! C. How dare you! D. What a small prize!29. Yanti : I wish ... the decision maker here. Yanto : What would you do? Yanti : I would raise the salary of employees 200%. A. I could be B. I were C. l am D. I would be30. Lati : How much do you pay for your study every month? Hasan : A hundred and fifty thousand rupiahs. Latif : Really? That’s a lot of money. Hasan : ... As you know, vocational schools are concerned with skills. We need to practice a lot and it takes a lot of money. A. I don’t think so. B. I think you’re good. C. Please don’t bother. D. Don’t mention it.
II. ERROR RECOGNITION In questions 31 - 35, each sentence has four words or phrases underlined. The four underlined words are marked A, B, C, and I). You have to identify the underlined words or phrases that should be corrected or rewritten.31. My cousin is very beautiful. She has big eyes and A short hair. She is likes her mother. B C Everybody admires her very much. D32. Student : Sir, we have finished doing the test. Will we leave the room? A B Teacher : Surely, not. Wait till the time’s over. C D33. Student : What do you think I should do after A graduating from vocational school? B Teacher : I think being an enterpreneur is good than C working in a company. D34. I lost the cassette whom I bought yesterday. 1 had A B looked for it everywhere but I could not find it. C D
35. Viona : Do you want to a glass of lemonade, Jeff? A B C Helena : Just some ice water, please. D III. READING COMPREHENSION Questions 36 - 50 are based on a selection of reading materials. Choose the best answer A, B, C, or D to each question. Questions 36 - 38 refer to the following instruction. 5 STEPS TO FOLLOW IN GIVING A GOOD SPEECH 1. Get prepared. Think about what you want to say. What is your message? 2. Organize your message in a logical order. 3. Choose your words and phrases carefully. 4. Visualize your speech and visualize yourself giving your speech. 5. Deliver your speech with grace and dignity.36. What does the text talk about? A. How to choose a good speech. B. How to prepare a good speech. C. How to give a good speech. D. How to write a good speech.37. What should you do after you know what to say? A. Organize your message. B. Select your words. C. Visualize yourself.
D. Deliver your speech.38. In short, what should we do before giving a .speech? A. Follow the rules. B. Get prepared. C. Mind your steps D. Take a time.Questions 39-41 refer to the following text:After graduating his high school, Hemingway left home and went to Kansas city. Hedidn’t go to college, instead, he got a job as a reporter on the Kansas city Star. Workingfor this newspaper, he developed his famous journalistic style : simple, direct andobjective.When the war broke out in 1914, he wanted to become a soldier but he was rejectedbecause of an old eye problem. Not wanting to miss the action, he went to Europe anyway and served as an ambulance driver for the Red Cross. In 1918, shortly before the endof the war, he was wounded and had to return to the states, but he didn’t stay long. Assoon as he was better, he was back in Europe, this time as a reporter for the Toronto Star.39. Paragraph two tells that Hemingway .... A. preferred higher education B. wanted to be a good driver C. liked working in any condition D. developed his military career40. What did Hemingway do after graduating his high school? A. He stayed home. B. He went to college. C. He developed his style. D. He worked as a reporter.41. “Working for this newspaper, he developed his famous ...” The synonym of the underlined word is .... A. Popular B. Excellent
C. Well done D. Well preparedQuestions 42 - 44 refer to the following information. TOYOTA CITYToyota, a city in Japan, is on east central Honshu Island, in central Aichi Prefecture onthe Yahagi River. Toyota is the headquarters of the Toyota Motor Corporation and is amajor automobile manufacturing and assembly center. A classic company town, it has aplanned layout for its sprawling assembly plants, office complexes, and housingdevelopments for workers and their families. The city was formerly named Koromo,meaning “cloihing” and prospered from the late 19th century until the 1930s as a centerof the silk industry. Its development as an automobile manufacturing center began withthe opening of the first assembly plant in 1937. The city’s name was changed to Toyotain 1959 after the second plant, Motomachi, was opened and the population began to growrapidly. Population (2002): 342,835.42. What is the main idea of the text? A. The history of Toyota City. B. The geographical aspects of Toyota City. C. The production of Toyota Motor Corporation. D. The families and workers of Toyota Motor Corporation.43. What was the old name of Toyota City? A. Yahagi. B. Honshu. C. Koromo. D. Motomachi.44. The word ‘their’ in the sentence ‘it has a planted layout for its sprawling assemblyplants, office complexes, and housing development for workers and their families’ refersto .... A. workers. B. head quarters. C. assembly plants. D. housing developments.
Questions 45 - 47 refer to the following text and chart.45. The text explains .... A. customers business B. domestic market manufacturers C. principal business area D. products percentage46. What product has the smallest percentage? A. Cookies B. Confectioneries C. Meat packaging D. Pharmaceutical products47. “Cheese, although it looks like a small amount, of which is 13% is actually verysignificant here in the domestic market.” The synonym of’domestic’ is .... A. home B. native C. foreign D. overseasQuestions 48 - 50 refer to the following email.48. What will Sindu let know to the participants? A. Unavoidable circumstances. B. Education program. C. English teaching course. D. The date of the program.49. The paragraph tells ...
A. the announcement of New Education Program. B. the information of English Teaching Program. C. the rescheduling of Education Program. D. the postponement of English Language Program.50. We are extremely sorry for ...” The underlined word refers to ... A. Dwihastuti B. Ekopurwadi C. Addressee D. Sender