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									   Jaminan Peningkatan Kapasitas
Sumber Daya Pendidikan PROFESIONAL

                               PREDIKSI UN -A- BAHASA INGGRIS SMK
                                   TAHUN PELAJARAN 2011-2012

                                         A. 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. Directions: There are three items in this part. For each item, you will see a picture on
                    your test paper and you will hear four short statements. The statements
                    will be spoken TWICE. They will not be printed on your test paper, so
                    you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. When you
                    hear the four statements, look at the picture on your test paper 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:
                            Sample Answer           :
                                     A           C       D

                                 Statement (B), “There’s a chair under the table”, best describes
                                 what you see in the picture. Therefore, you should choose answer

Now let’s begin with the picture marked number (1) on your test paper.
1.                                        2.

PART II. Directions:    There are four items in this part of the test. For each item, you will hear
                        a question or statement spoken in English followed by three responses,
                        also spoken in English. They will be spoken TWICE. They will not be
                        printed on your test paper, so you must listen carefully to understand
                        what the speakers say. You are to choose the best response to each
                        question or statement and mark it on your answer sheet.

Now listen to a sample question.
You will hear         :                     Sample Answer
You will also hear    :                              B       C

The best response to the question, “How are you?” is choice (A), “I’m fine. And you?” Therefore
you should choose answer (A).

Now let’s begin with question number (4) on your test paper.

 4. Mark your answer on your answer sheet         6. Mark your answer on your answer sheet
 5. Mark your answer on your answer sheet         7. Mark your answer on your answer sheet

PART III. Directions: There are four items in this part of the test. For each item you will hear a
                      short conversation between two people. You will hear the conversations
                      TWICE. They will not be printed on your test paper, so you must listen
                      carefully to understand what the speakers say. On your test paper, you
                      will read a question about each conversation. The question will be
                      followed by four answers. You are to choose the best answer to each
                      question and mark it on your answer sheet.

Now, let’s begin with question number (8) on your test paper.

 8. What is the woman going to do?                10. How many people will be in the party?
     A. Take her son out of town.                       A. Three.
     B. Have a meeting on Sunday.                       B. Four.
     C. Come home on Saturday.                          C. Five.
     D. Buy some food for the family.                   D. Six.

 9. What are the speakers discussing?             11. What does the woman want the company
     A. Policies in applying for jobs.               to do?
     B. Rules in taking a vacation.                   A. Change vacation days.
     C. Times for working overtime.                   B. Add more working hours.
     D. Fees for a new school year.                   C. Be flexible in giving bonuses.
                                                      D. Be closed on weekends.

PART IV. Directions: In this part of the test you will hear two short talks. Each will be spoken
                     TWICE. They will not be printed on your test paper, so you must listen
                     carefully to understand and remember what is said. On your test paper,
                     you will read two 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.

Now let’s begin with the following short talk.

 12. What is the information about?                         14. Who is most likely the intended
      A. How to register for a library.                        audience?
      B. How to make identification cards.                       A. Old customers.
      C. How to join a conference.                               B. Current shoppers.
      D. How to reserve a hotel room.                            C. Business people.
                                                                 D. Young children.

 13. What should people do if they have                    15. What will happen if listeners find a blue
    questions?                                                tag?
    A. Go to tables at the back of the room.                     A. They will win a doorprize.
    B. Look for an information packet.                           B. They will get 75 percent off.
    C. Go to the green ballroom.                                 C. They will get a super-saver value.
    D. Look for the green sign.                                  D. They will get an extra discount.

                                           B. READING SECTION

  In this part of the test you will have the chance to show how well you understand written
  English. There are three parts to this section, with special directions for each part.

PART V. Directions: Questions 16 – 30 are incomplete dialogues. Four clauses/sentences,
                    marked (A), (B), (C), or (D), are given beneath each question. You are
                    to choose the one clause/sentence that best completes the dialogue.
                    Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and mark
                    your answer.

16. Poppy       : Do you know how to get to the storage room in this building?
   Hilda        : ... Please ask the front officer over there.
         A. It’s room number 210.
         B. I’m a stranger here myself.
         C. Just go along the street for two blocks.
         D. Take the elevator near the main entrance.

17. Bonny           : What do you usually do on holiday?
   Tarida           : ... I bring all the things needed, including the tents.
         A.   I   go camping with my family.
         B.   I   spend time surfing on the beach.
         C.   I   join a fishing contest in my place.
         D.   I   visit my grandparents out of town.

18. Ali            : Siip Catering. How may I help you today?
   Vinka           : We’re having a company party next Monday, and ...
   Ali             : OK. How many people do you expect to entertain?
            A. I need to arrange for all the food and drinks.
            B. I have to cancel the meeting for the party.
            C. I’d like to invite about 100 employees.
            D. I want to reserve some tables for you.

19. Rafika     : How are you going to spend your new year eve?
   Bobby       : ...
         A. I plan to have a family gathering in a village.
         B. I’m thinking about celebrating the new year.
         C. I stayed in a hotel some nights ago.
         D. I usually have dinner at home.

20. Suci       : May I speak to John Hopkin please?
   Novita      : Mr. Hopkin’s in a meeting right now. ...
   Suci        : No thanks. I’ll try back later. I just need to ask him about my tax deductions.
         A. Can I leave you a message?
         B. Will you call him another time?
         C. Would you like to join the meeting?
         D. Could I put you through to his voice mail?

21. Iqbal         : I need to buy a birthday gift for my wife. Do you have recommendations?
   Andika         : ... You can come to Arnold Diamonds. They provide so many models with the
                    highest quality.
            A. What about giving her a ring?
            B. Why don’t you sell the necklace?
            C. Let’s provide her with the latest fashions.
            D. I think you should exchange your bracelets.

22. Mila          : Hey Nila. We’re going to PizzaHouse for lunch. ...
   Nila           : I can’t. I’m handling the phones for Ruri. She has an appointment at 11:30.
            A. Do you want to come along?
            B. Do you want me to go there?
            C. Could you buy me some food to eat?
            D. Will you be here to keep the office?

23. Maya             : Why didn’t you come to Elly’s wedding party last week?
   Puspita           : ... We discussed important programs to face the global markets.
         A. I      was at the company year end meeting.
         B. I      accompanied my wife to watch a box office.
         C. I      spent my holiday with my family at the beach.
         D. I      joined a writing contest at my friend’s campus.

24. April           : Why wasn’t there any celebration of your seventeenth birthday?
   Catur            : I was sick at that time. If I had been well, ...
            A. I   would have hold a special party.
            B. I   would invite all friends to my party.
            C. I   will arrange a great celebration in a hotel.
            D. I   would have had a doctor check my condition.

25. Lukman          : Hello. I need to buy a new car. ...
   Mega             : Sure. We just have to know your complete address. And we’ll deliver them to you
                      within a day.
         A. Can I have some discount prices at your local dealers?
         B. May I tell you what kind of products is available?
         C. Could you send us your complete brochures?
         D. Would you visit us as soon as possible?

26. Nuryanti    : How can I help you sir?
   Fikri        : ... You see, it doesn’t work properly.
   Nuryanti     : Terribly sorry about that. If you have your receipt, you can exchange it for any
                  model of equal value.
         A. Do you have the best type of mobile phone?
         B. I’d like to buy a new model of mobile phone.
         C. I’m afraid I need to return this mobile phone.
         D. Why don’t you return that mobile phone?

27. Salsa     : Where are some of our friends? They’re supposed to join the class now.
   Randy      : ...
         A. They will hold a class-meeting program next week.
         B. They are attending a meeting with the principal.
         C. They played some games in the main hall.
         D. They had to do some work at the library.

28. Poppy     : Excuse me. I need to plug in my laptop computer. ...
   Ahmad      : Not at all, but I’m afraid it doesn’t work. I tried it earlier.
        A. Would you mind if I use the outlet by your chair?
        B. Could I use the extension cord under the able?
        C. Can I help you connect it to the power supply?
        D. Will you find some electrical wire for me?

29. Kristina   : I think I’m going to miss the presentation at 3 today. My flight was delayed so I
                 missed my connecting flight.
   Hasna       : ... Unfortunately, we can’t reschedule the presentation. But I’ll try to videotape
                 the conference so you can watch it later.
        A. We’re glad you’re here.
        B. I feel sorry for that.
        C. What a big news.
        D. I really miss you.

30. Indra        : So, have you got a plan this Saturday night?
   Nissa         : I think ...
   Indra         : Why don’t you try ScottBuffet somewhere downtown? The taste is very good.
         A. I have to accompany my mother to the mall.
         B. I’ll cook some meals for a family gathering.
         C. I’ll just be at home and enjoy some music.
         D. I’m going out for dinner with my family.

PART VI. Directions: In items 31 – 35, each item has four underlined words or phrases, marked
                        (A), (B), (C), (D). You are to identify the one underlined word or phrase
                        that should be corrected or rewritten, and mark your answer.
31. Ersa        : I’d like to buy a new television set. What do you recommend?
    Fifi        : I think the Holytronz is the better of all. You’ll find excellent quality and very
                                                  B                                   C
                  reasonable price.

32. Our next contestant is a 35-year-old lawyer from Ottawa, Canada, which he specializes in
         A                                   B                              C
   personal injury claims. He’s the father of two girls, 10 and 8, and a 4-year-old boy.

33. Indah       : Do you know something about Ms June Green? What does she look like?
                                               A                                     B
  George        : Well, she’s quite a kind person. She’s slim and tall, and has blue round eyes.
                                       C                                            D

34. Rahmah      : Should you like to have a cup of coffee? It seems you’re very tired after work.
                    A                    B                                        C
  Sonny         : Sure, but just little sugar, please.

35. Hilda       : I wasn’t very contented with yesterday’s seminar. Professor Smith, the main
                  speaker, was absent.
  Gita          : Neither was I. The seminar would have been more interesting if the professor
                  were present.

PART VII. Directions: Questions 36 – 50 are based on a selection of reading materials, such as
                      notices, letters, forms, articles, and advertisements. You are to choose
                      the one best answer the questions (A), (B), (C), or (D). Answer all the
                      questions following each reading selection on basis of what is stated or
                      implied in the selection.

Questions 36 – 38 refer to the following memo.

         Date :     May 16, 2009
         To    :    Megan Fallerman
         From :     Steven Roberts
         Subject:   Staff Meeting

         Please be prepared to give your presentation on the monthly sales figures at
         our upcoming staff meeting. In addition to the accurate accounting of
         expenditures for the monthly sales, be ready to discuss possible reasons for
         fluctuations as well as possible trends in future customer spending. Thank you.

36. Why did Steven write the memo?
           A. To ask for a staff meeting presentation.
           B. To discuss trends in the future customer.
        C. To give monthly presentation.
        D. To hold a staff meeting.

37. Who will give the presentation?
        A. The staff.
        B. The company.
        C. Steven Roberts.
        D. Megan Fallerman.

38. ‘… sales figure at …’ The underlined word has similar meaning to:
        A. Presentation.
        B. Prediction.
        C. Forecast.
        D. Profile.

Questions 39 – 41 refer to the following information.
    Anne Sullivan Macy (1866-1936) was a woman whose brilliance, passion, and tenacity enabled
    her to overcome a traumatic past. She became a model for others disadvantaged by their
    physical bodies, as well as by gender or class.

    Anne was a pioneer in the field of education. Her work with Helen Keller became the blueprint for
    education of children who were blind, deaf-blind, or visually impaired that still continues today.
    Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) dubbed her a "miracle worker." However, Anne's personal story
    remains relatively unknown. Although some of her letters still exist, it is primarily through the
    eyes of others that we know her. Some times after she married John Albert Macy in 1905, the
    young wife burned her private journals for fear of what her husband might think of her if he
    should read them. Similarly, she did not want her correspondence to be kept after her death. But
    for historical purposes, materials were retained and the Helen Keller Archives at the American
    Foundation for the Blind contain some of her letters, prose, and verse. Other materials about
    Anne are located at the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Massachusetts and the
    American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Massachusetts.

    This writing wishes to show Anne Sullivan Macy through her own words as well as through the
    eyes of others as the remarkable woman whose life and teaching philosophy remain an
    inspiration to those who educate children who are visually impaired. In 2003, Anne Sullivan Macy
    was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame and the American Foundation for the Blind
    was privileged to receive a medal in her honor.

39. What did Anne Sullivan do in her life?
        A. She was a journalist.
        B. She was an elementary teacher.
        C. She taught impaired children.
        D. She educated normal students.

40. What is the main idea of the 2nd paragraph?
        A. Anne as the miracle worker.
        B. Anne as the remarkable woman.
        C. Anne’s prose, letters, and verse.
        D. Anne as the traumatic practitioner.

41. ‘…to receive a medal in her honor (last sentence)’. The underlined word refers to:
         A. National Women’s hall.
         B. American Foundation.
         C. Anne Sullivan.
         D. Helen Keller.

Questions 42 – 44 refer to the following procedure.

     Handling pregnancy and parenthood at an early age takes its toll on the emotional, physical
     and financial well-being of a teenager. Even though studies have shown that the teen
     pregnancy rate has reduced considerably over the years, it is never too late to talk to your
     child about avoiding early pregnancy and its consequences.
     1. Start to speak to your child at an early age on a frequent basis about self-respect, love,
          sex and relationships. Choose conversations appropriate for their age and comfort level.
          Communicating about sex is an ongoing conversation throughout adolescence.
     2. Try not to corner your child with one-sided questions, but make it a two-way
          conversation. Correct any misconceptions that she may have sensitively without
          ridiculing. Discuss the effects of unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
     3. Be specific while talking about contraception and disease prevention. Asking a
          hormonally charged teenager not to have sex does not help. Be realistic and discuss
          everything from being ready emotionally to using effective contraception.
     4. Use real-life stories to show the teenager why parenthood at an early age is difficult.
          Exercise practical drills for your teenager like babysitting to help her understand the
     5. Play an active role in knowing your teenage son's friends and girlfriends. Supervise his
          activities with rules, curfews and expectations.
     6. Encourage your teenagers in healthy practices like reading and sports. Reward their
          achievements and help them plan a smart future with meaningful goals.

42. What is this article mainly about?
        A. The passage of a teenager family.
        B. An instruction of being pregnant.
        C. How to avoid teenager’s pregnancy.
        D. How to encourage healthy practices.

43. What should we do to show the teenager that parenthood at an early age is difficult?
        A. Use real-life stories.
        B. Play an active role.
        C. Encourage them.
        D. Be specific.

44. What is the synonym of the word ‘encourage’?
        A. Remind.
        B. Support.
        C. Protect.
        D. Love.
Questions 45 – 47 refer to the following advertisement.

                                      FREE SUNGLASSES AND CASE

     Purchase a 12 month subscription to Vacation the Nation today and receive a free pair of
     Sunnies sun-glasses with your very own soft leather case.*
     To get your free Sunnies follow these 3 easy steps:
     1. Purchase a copy of Vacation the Nation, New York's #1 Travel magazine.
     2. Fill out the application card (found in the center of the magazine)
     3. Mail the card and $21.95 US to the address provided.

          This is a limited time offer only. Application and funds must be received no later than March
           1st 2011. Canadian residents should add $3 US for shipping. Offer not available for residents
           outside of North America.

45. What is this advertisement about?
        A. A summer trip.
        B. A travel company.
        C. A special deal.
        D. A free magazine.

46. According to the text, how to get a free pair of the sunglasses?
        A. By calling Vacation the Nation.
        B. By purchasing a year subscription.
        C. By purchasing a magazine in New York.
        D. By mailing the card to North America.

47. What is the synonym of the word ‘fill out’?
        A. Complete.
        B. Send.
        C. Deliver.
        D. Rewrite.
Questions 48 – 50 refer to the following diagram.
   Estimated breakdown of ODA (Official Development Assistance) to Indonesia by sector in

   Note: The diagram includes only the ongoing program to Indonesia ($169.6 million in 2005–
        06). It does not include the Australia–Indonesia Partnership for Reconstruction and

48. What is the diagram about?
        A. Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Reconstruction and Development.
        B. The estimation of ODA’s program to Indonesia in 2005-2006.
        C. ODA’s programs for Australia and Indonesia in 2005-2006.
        D. Australia-Indonesia Partnership for estimation.

49. According to the diagram, which is the least sector in ODA’s program?
        A. Health.
        B. Multisector.
        C. Infrastructure.
        D. Education.

50. Why does education have the biggest percentages in ODA’s Program?
        A. Indonesia and Australia have paid attention to this sector.
        B. Education isn’t very important sector in Indonesia.
        C. Education in both countries is a little thing.
        D. Both countries should keep the target.

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