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                     TRY OUT UJIAN NASIONAL
                        TAHUN PELAJARAN 2009/2010
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                        Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris
                        Kelas/ Program : IPA/ IPS/BAHASA
                        Waktu          : 120 menit
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SCRIPT:

Listening Section

In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken
English. There are 3 parts to this section, with special directions for each part.

Part I.

Questions 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 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:
Man        : How about working late tonight?
Woman      : I can’t. I have a plan.


Narrator: What will the woman do?

You will also hear:                                              Sample answer
A. Do her plan.
B. Leave her work.                                             A      B    C    D     E
C. Work over time.
D. Work late tonight.
E. Give the work to the man.
The best answer to the question “What will the woman do?” is choice (A), “Do her plan.”
Therefore, you should choose answer (A).




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The following dialogue is for question 1.
Boy: Hi, Marcia! You look so sad. What’s wrong with you?
Girl: My grandma passed away last week.
Boy: I am sorry to hear that.
Narrator: What does the boy express?

The following dialogue is for question 2.
Girl: You will have an International TOEFL next month, won’t you?
Boy: Yes, but I haven’t prepared for it.
Girl: You still have enough time. You’d better study from now.
Boy: Thank you. I’ll do it better.
Girl: Good luck.
Narrator: What are they talking about?

The following dialogue is for question 3.
Boy: You are going to continue your study a broad, aren’t you?
Girl: I hope so. But I don’t speak English fluently.
Boy: You should take an English course before going there.
Narrator: What does the boy suggest?

The following dialogue is for question 4.
Girl    : Would you like to go to Bali for our vacation next month?
Boy     : That’s great! I like it very much.
Girl    : Don’t we need overcoat?
Boy     : I don’t think so, too.
Narrator: What picture goes with the conversation?

The following dialogue is for question 5.
Boy     : You are surprised, aren’t you?
Girl    : Yes, these buildings are really amazing.
Boy     : I think so, too.
Narrator: What picture goes with the dialogue?

Part II.
Questions 6 to 10
Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear several questions or statements spoken in English. The
questions 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 or statement.

Now listen to a sample question:
Woman: Good morning, John. How are you?
Man : ….




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You will hear:
   A. Nice to meet you.
   B. I am fine, thank you.
   C. I am in the living room.
   D. Let me introduce myself.
   E. My name is John Travolta.

The following dialogue is for question 6.
Girl    : Jack, my team got the first winner of the debate competition!
Boy     : ….
          A. I feel happy.
          B. I am satisfied.
          C. I like very much.
          D. I agree with you.
          E. I am proud of you.

The following dialogue is for question 7.
Boy      : Excuse me, Sheila. Can you speak French?
Girl     : ….
           A. I am really happy.
           B. I am sorry. I can’t.
           C. Oh, it doesn’t matter.
           D. That’s okay. I’ll do it.
           E. Absolutely! You’re right.

The following dialogue is for question 8.
Girl     : Why didn’t you attend to the seminar at Sahid Jaya Hotel yesterday, Bob?
           You’re really expected to come.
Boy      : ….
           A. I am sorry. I am sick.
           B. I’d love to. It’s interesting.
           C. I don’t know what you mean.
           D. I’ve understood what seminar is.
           E. I’m satisfied with every seminar.

The following dialogue is for question 9.
Girl     : Oh, it’s a heavy suitcase. I can’t take it to the airport.
Boy      : ….
           A. Could you help me, please?
           B. Could I help you, please?
           C. Would I lift your car?
           D. How can you do it?
           E. It’s pity.




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The following dialogue is for question 10.
Boy      : Would you like to come to my birthday party tonight, Sheila?
Girl     : ….
           A. I promise to.
           B. I’d love to.
           C. I hope so.
           D. I hate to.
           E. I need to.

Part III
Questions 11 to 15
Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear several monologues. Each monologue 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 monologue and the questions about it, read the five possible answers and
decide which one would be the best to the questions you have heard.

Questions 11 and 13 refer to the following story.

In 1992, the World Health Organization reported that ten to twelve million adults and million
children worldwide had contracted H.I.V., the virus that causes AIDS, and they estimated that
by the year two thousand, forty million people would be infected. If the current trends
continue, however, that estimate will fall far short of actual numbers, which may reach one
hundred ten million.
       In addition, there appears to be a change in the characteristics of AIDS victims. In the
1980s, homosexual men in large urban areas accounted for approximately two thirds of all
AIDS cases. Today almost ninety percent of new adult infections result from heterosexual
contact. Consequently, the rates of exposure and infection are rising for women, with an
accompanying rise in the number of children born to them with H.I.V. By the year, it is now
expected that the majority of AIDS victims will be heterosexual women and their young
children.

11. What does the story tell us about?
12. What percentage of new adult infections is resulting from heterosexual contact?
13. Which segment of the population constituted the majority of AIDS cases in the 1980s?

Questions 14 and 15 refer to the following description.

In formal conversation, the word culture refers to a desirable personal attribute that can be
acquired by visiting museums and galleries and by attending concerts and theoretical
performances. And that’s what most people think of when they hear the word culture. In
anthropology, however, culture is defined in a very different way. To an anthropologist, culture
refers to the learned behaviours, beliefs, attitudes, and values that are characteristic of a
particular society. For a thought or activity to be included as part of a culture, it must be
commonly shared by or considered appropriate for the group. Even in a society like that of the



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United States, which comprises many diverse ethnic groups, there are practices common to all
Americans. These practices constitute American culture. In addition, the smaller groups within
the larger society have shared customs that are specific to their group. These shared customs
represent a subculture.

14. What is the main topic of the talk?
15. What do most people mean when they use the word culture in ordinary conversation?

                             This is the end of the listening section




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     KUNCI JAWABAN TO 6 (KIDAM):
No       KUNCI          No             KUNCI
 1          C            26              B
 2          C            27              B
 3          C            28              C
 4          D            29              C
 5          B            30              E
 6          E            31              D
 7          B            32              B
 8          A            33              A
 9          B            34              C
10          B            35              E
11          E            36              D
12          B            37              E
13          A            38              A
14          E            38              A
15          D            40              C
16          D            41              A
17          A            42              B
18          E            43              C
19          B            44              A
20          E            45              E
21          E            46              C
22          D            47              E
23          D            48              D
24          C            49              A
25          A            50              D




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