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                     TRY OUT UJIAN NASIONAL
                          TAHUN PELAJARAN 2010/2011

                         MATA PELAJARAN           :      BAHASA INGGRIS
                         KELAS/PROGRAM            :      XII / IPA-IPS- BAHASA
                         HARI/TANGGAL             :      Pebruari 2011
                         WAKTU                    :

                                    PETUNJUK UMUM
1. Isikan identitas Anda ke dalam Lembar Jawaban Komputer (LJK) yang tersedia dengan
   menggunakan pensil 2B, sesuai petunjuk di Lembar Jawaban Komputer (LJK).
2. Tersedia waktu 120 menit untuk mengerjakan paket tes tersebut.
3. Jumlah soal sebanyak 50 butir, pada setiap butir soal terdapat 4 (empt) dan 5 (lima) pilihan
4. Periksa dan bacalah soal-soal sebelum Anda menjawabnya.
5. Laporkan kepada pengawas ujian apabila terdapat lembar soal yang kurang jelas, rusak, atau
   tidak lengkap.
6. Mintalah kertas buram kepada pengawas ujian, bila diperlukan.
7. Tidak diizinkan menggunakan kalkulator, HP, tabel matematika atau alat bantu hitung
8. Periksalah pekerjaan Anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujian.
9. Lembar soal tidak boleh dicoret-coret, difotokopi, atau digandakan.

                     1.       LISTENING
                     2.       FUNGTIONAL TEKS
                     3.       EXPOSITION
                     4.       NEWS ITEM
                     5.       DISCUSSION
                     6.       FUNGTIONAL TEKS.
                     7.       NARRATIVE.
                     8.       EXPLANATION.
                     9.       REPORT.
                     10.      REVIEW TEKS.
Listening Section                                                                                  B
In this listening 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.

Question 1 to 3
Directions :
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues and questions spoken in English. The
questions and the dialogues 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:
Woman                 :    What do you want for your birthday present, Mike ?    A watch, a bicycle, a
                          mobile phone or a Power Ranger robot ?
Man               :       I’d rather you brought me a Portable Play Station 3.

Narrator          :       What did Mike want for his birthday present ?

You will read in your test book :
                                                                 Sample answer
       A.   A robot.
       B    A watch
       C.   A bicycle.                                      A    B    C   D      D   E
       D.   A mobile phone.
       E.   A play station 3.

The best answer to the question is “ A play station 3”
Therefore, you should choose answer ( E ).

   1. A.    How to use email.
      B.    Internet usage.
      C.    Receiving emails.
      D.    Voice Email.
      E.    Communication.

   2. A.    He doesn’t have a driver’s license yet.
      B.    His friend will drive him.
      C.    He is seventeen year old.
      D.    His mother will use it.
      E.    He drives carelessly.

   3. A.    The man takes the bus to work.
      B.    The man wants the woman to go with him.
      C.    The woman prefers driving in the rush hour.
      D.    The woman wants to ride to work with man.
      E.    The man has to stand on the bus if he takes it to work.

Part II
Question : 4 to 6.
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues or monologues spoken in English. The
dialogues or monologues 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 dialogues
or monologues, look at the five pictures provided in your test book, and decide which one would
be the most suitable with the dialogue or monologue you have heard.

               1           2           3

                   4           5
     A.   1.
     B.   2.
     C.   3
     D.   4
     E.   5


          1            2           3

                   4           5
       A.      1.                                                                           B
       B.      2.
       C.      3.
       D.      4.
       E.      5.


                    1                               2                               3

                              4                                    5
       A.      1.
       B.      2.
       C.      3
       D.      4.
       E.      5.

Question : 7 – 11.
Directions :

In this part of the test, you will hear some incomplete dialogues spoken in English, followed by
five responses, also spoken in English. The dialogues and the responses 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. You have to choose the best response to each question.
Now listen to a sample question :
You will hear :
Man          :    I have got a bad news about my test
Woman        :    What ? You failed again?

Man            :    ……….
                                                              Sample answer
       A.   Let me try again
       B     Don’t worry. I am fine.
       C.   Sorry, I’ve disappointed you.               A      B       C       D        E
       D.   Never mind. You have done your best.
       E.   I’d like to apologize for my failure.
Narrator : The best answer to the question “ You failed again?”                             B
is choice C. Sorry, I’ve disappointed you. Therefore, you should choose answer ( C ).

6.       Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

7.       Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

8.       Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

9.       Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

10.      Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

11.      Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

Part. IV
Question : 12 – 15
In this part of the test, you will hear several monologues. Each monologues 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 hear the monologue and the questions about it, read the five
possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have

12. A.   Octopus.
    B.   Rhinoceros.
    C.   Platypus.
    D.   Mosquitos.
    E.   Hippopotamus.

13. A.    0,7   to   2,4   kg
    B.    0,7   to   2,5   kg
    C.    0,7   to   2,6   kg
    D.    0,7   to   2,7   kg
    E     0,7   to   2,8   kg

14. A.    16
    B.    48
    C.    56.
    D.    60
    E.    66.

15. A.   Fine.
    B.   Clear
    C.   Rainy.
    D.   Terrible.
    E.   Cloudy.

                                This is the end of the listening section.
This text is for questions 16 to 18.                                                                  B
              Mega Top Supermarket                        Fax Transmission
              To        : Philip Morris Co. Ltd.       From : James Brown
              Fax       : 555-473215                   Page : 1
              Phone     : 555-473215                   Date : February 14, 2011.
              Re        : Inquiry                      CC    : Miss Helena
              Message   : We intend to purchase the following items from your company.
                           a. High quality cigarettes
                           b. Finest tobaccos
              We need detailed information about quality, quantity, price, and a shipping
              schedule of your product within 10 days. Thank you.

              Yours sincerely,
              James Brown

16. What is the purpose of that fax?
    A. Request for grocery product information.
    B. Complaint about product delivery.
    C. Order for food product
    D. Confirmation about order delivery.
    E. Asking address of Mega Top Market

17.     Who is the sender of the fax?
        A. Helena
        B. James Brown
        C. Philip Morris Co. Ltd
        D. Mega Top Supermarket
        E. Mega Company

18.     When should detailed information be given to the sender for replying that fax?
        A. On February 4, 2011.
        B. On February 10, 2011.
        C. On February 14, 2011.
        D. On February 20, 2011.
        E. On February 24, 2011.

This text is for questions 19 to 22.

              Early morning, Rizal was walking to the bus stop to catch a bus to a school. A loud
      screeching noise suddenly pierced the air. Rizal realized that there had been an accident. A
      small boy was lying unconscious the road, and the car that had hit him had already run away.
              Rizal was confused and frightened. ”Is the boy dead?” Rizal asked himself. However,
      the boy was still breathing. Rizal could see that boy had bruise all over his face and and arms.
              Rizal did not know what to do. Few cars passed along this road at this time of the day.
      The nearest house which he could go for help was his own, but it would take ten minutes to
      walk there. Rizal finally decided to stay with the boy until somebody came by.
              Time passed very slowly-so it seemed to Rizal. The boy was still unconcious, and Rizal
      prayed for the boy to regain conciousness.
              Rizal sprang to his feet at the sound of an approaching car. He waved frantically at the
      driver to stop. Rizal asked the driver, ”You will help this boy, won’t you?” The driver was kind.
      He carried the injured boy to the car. Rizal went with the driver to the hospital. Later, the driver
      took Rizal to the police station to report the accident.
              Rizal had a lot of to tell to his friend that day at school. All his friends thought Rizal was
      very brave boy. It was an unforgettable incident, wasn’t it?’ they asked Rizal.
              “Yes, it was,” replied Rizal. ”It was a terrifying experience, though!”
19. Where did the accident happen?                                                               B
     A. At the bus stop
     B. Near Rizal’s house
     C. Near Rizal’s school.
     D. At the police station.
     E. On the way to the bus.

20. The purpose of the text is to ….
      A. Tell a past event
      B. Entertain readers
      C. Discuss something.
      D. Report a phenomena.
      E. Describe Rizal’s activity.

21. Rizal and the helpful driver went to the police station after they …..
      A. stopped the approaching car
      B. reported the accident they saw
      C. brought the boy to the nearest house.
      D. Had seen the injured boy on the road.
      E. Had carried the injured boy to the hospital

22. “Later the driver took Rizal to the police station to report the accident.” (Paragraph 5).
    This part of the text is called ….
      A. Resolution
      B. Orientation
      C. Description
      D. Reorientation
      E. An introducing to events

This text is for questions 23 and 24.

                      There are many different causes of car accidents in the
              United State. Sometimes accidents are caused by bad weather. Ice
              or snow can make roads very dangerous. Accidents also can result
              from problems with the car. Even small problem like a flat tire can be
              serious. Bad roads are another cause of accidents. Some accidents
              are caused by drinking too much alcohol. In fact, this is one of the m
              ist important causes of accidents.

23. What is the paragraph about?
     A. Problems with car engines
     B. Results of car accidents
     C. The frequency of car accidents
     D. Weather conditions in the US
     E. Car accidents and their causes.

24. Car accidents in the US are caused by the following, EXCEPT ….
     A. Drunken driver.
     B. Bad roads.
     C. Unskilled drivers
     D. Icy roads.
     E. A flat tire
This text is for questions 25 to 28.                                                           B

                           Avian Flu Probably was Spread by Human
                   Thai diagnosis links mother to daughter; virus appears stable
                                          By Keith Bradsher
   Bangkok: A 26-year-old woman who cradled her dying daughter in her arms for 10 hours
   at a hospital in north-western Thailand, and later fell sick and died herself, was the first
   probable case of human-to-human transmission of avian influenza this year, Thai and
   international health agency officials declared on Tuesday.
           The diagnosis suggests that the lethal A (HSNI) virus, popularly known as bird flu,
   can sicken people who do not have close contact with infected birds.
           But the doctors said that the discovery did not necessarily mean that another
   influenza pandemic would occur around the world, and urged renewed international efforts
   to bring the disease under control.
           A small segment of the mother’s virus has already been genetically sequenced, and
   matches viral samples taken from Thai poultry, Thai health official said, suggesting that the
   virus may not have evolved dramatically yet.

25. What is the genre of the above text?
      A. Recount
      B. News Item
      C. Explanation
      D. Narrative.
      E. Review.

26. The purpose of the text is to …
      A. Inform the readers that human-to-human transmission of avian flu is dangerous
      B. Convince the readers that avian flu can be spread through human-to-human contact
      C. Inform the readers that transmission of avian flu via human has not been confirmed
      D. Tell the readers that the lethal A (HSNI) virus can surely make people have the flu
      E. Present the facts about the danger of avian flu to both animals and human beings

27. According to the text, what happened to the 26-year-old woman?
      A. She died because of her close contact with her dying daughter at hospital
      B. She got the flu probably due to her direct contact with her dying daughter
      C. She died because she cradled her dying daughter in her arms for 10 hours
      D. She had the flu because she accidentally got the HSNI virus at the hospital
      E. She died probably because she suffered from the ordinary influenza.

28. ." . . .that another influenza pandemic would occur around the world. "
    The word underlined can be best replaced by . . . .
         A. take place
         B. look out
         C. find out.
         D. effect on.
         E. drop by

This text is for questions 29 to 32.

       Ultraviolet light means the invisible part of spectrum beyond violet. This light has always
been regarded as very useful because it is used to cure certain skin disease, kill bacteria, detect
counterfeit money, form vitamins, etc.
       Along with the increasing extensive use of computer in financial activities, ultraviolet light
has been widely applied by banks to identify the signatures of their customers in passbooks.
When customers opens a new account with a bank, the bank teller always asks him to sign on a
card placed in the signature column of a passbook. When the card is removed, the trace of his
signature will be left; this can be used to compare with the signature on the                  B
 computer’s withdrawal slip under ultraviolet light.
        Ultraviolet light certainly has many practical applications, but it may also be harmful to
human beings on some occasions. To everyone’s knowledge, the direct impact of the light to the
eyes for an excessive length of time may blind a person.
        Even though it can cure certain skin disease, it is also very harmful to the skin. A study
just completed in the United States says that the light may cause skin cancer. The Ultraviolet
rays of the sun have been ranked as the third most dangerous cancer-causing agent after alcohol
and tobacco.
        It is high time to warn sun-worshippers in the quest for a bronzed look to be careful of
excessive and uncontrolled exposure the sun.

29. We may conclude that the main information of the text is about …
      A. The advantages and disadvantages of ultraviolet light.
      B. The use of ultraviolet in business.
      C. The application of ultraviolet rays in people’s lives.
      D. The effects of ultraviolet rays on human beings.
      E. The danger of ultraviolet light to people’s health.

30. Which of the following statements about ultraviolet is TRUE according to the text?
      A. Ultraviolet is used by banks for computers.
      B. The position of ultraviolet rays is above the spectrum.
      C. Skin disease can only be caused by ultraviolet.
      D. Ultraviolet light which is part of the spectrum cannot be seen
      E. Ultraviolet light is one of the existing vitamins.

31. We benefit from ultraviolet rays as they can ….
      A. Sign customers’ passbook
      B. Detect false signature
      C. Cure particular kind of cancer.
       D. Check customers’ deposits.
       E. Be a component in medicine.

32. Ultraviolet light may endanger people who …
        A. Take vitamins regularly
        B. Stay indoors
        C. Have skin disease.
        D. Consume alcohol and tobacco.
        E. Like sun-bathing.
This text is for questions 33 to 35.
  We are group of growing coal mining company and now we are seeking outstanding
  individuals to join our team for the post of “Senior in House Lawyer.”

  The requirements are as follows:
      S1 or S2 Degree in Law
      Minimum 5 years of experience in legal department or reputable law firm
      Having knowledge in corporate and general business law is a must
      Experience in preparing contract drafting and reviewing
      Familiar with contract monitoring of compliances and management of contracts
      Experience in handling corporate and litigation process and disputes relates to
         operation and business
      Able to demonstrate extensive legal advices and trainings.

  Please send your application with a comprehensive CV, a recent photograph, copy of
  certificate and academic transcript and kindly mark code of the position applied at the
  email subject to:
33. Under what heading is the text likely found?                                                 B
    A. Economy
    B. Vacancy.
    C. Industry.
    D. Mining
    E. Tourism.

34. The company is looking for a candidate who is qualified in ….
    A. Doing general business
    B. Growing a coal mining company
    C. Dealing with legal matters.
    D. Travelling anywhere.
    E. Training computers.

35. We are group of growing coal mining company and now we are seeking outstanding
    individuals to join our team for the post of “Senior in House Lawyer”.
    The underlined word means ….
    A. Smart
    B. Strong
    C. Excellent
    D. Educated.
    E. Empowering.

This text is for questions 36 to 40.

        Once upon a time, there was a King and Queen. And when their baby daughter was born
they were so happy they decided to have a big party. They invited all their family, all their friends
and all the fairies in the land. Now there were 13 fairies altogether but the king but queen only
invited 12. They forgot about the 13th. And that was something they should not have done.
        Well, it was a splendid party! There were silver dishes piled high with delicious food and
golden plates at every place. And when everyone had finished eating, the fairies gathered around
the baby's cradle and they each made a magic wish. The princess shall be beautiful said the first.
And happy, said the second. And kind, said the third. And so they went on. The princess was to
be brave, and clever and truthful. She was to have a sweet singing voice and light dancing feet.
And, then, just as the twelfth fairy was about to make her wish, in came the thirteenth. She was
furious, because she had not been invited to the party. Here is my wish, she said. "When the
princess is 16 years old, she will prick her finger on a spindle and she will die." And with that, the
thirteenth fairy vanished.
        Then the 12th fairy said, "I cannot change all of the wicked fairies powerful magic." So the
princess will prick her finger but she will not die! She slept for a hundred years. The king and
queen thanked the fairy for her kindness but they were not happy. They did not want their
daughter to sleep for a hundred years. So they ordered that every spinning wheel and spindle in
the land must be chopped up and burnt. Then they thought that the princess was safe.
        The years passed and the princess grew up. She was very beautiful and clever at lots of
different things. She was, in fact, everything the fairies had wished her to be. On her sixteenth
birthday, the princess was exploring the castle when she came to a little room at the top of a tall
tower. And in that room was an old woman sitting by a spinning wheel. "What are you doing?"
asked the princess?" "I am spinning," said the old woman, who was really the wicked thirteenth
fairy, "would you like to try?" "Oh yes," said the princess, and she sat down by the spinning
wheel. But as soon as she touched the spindle, the sharp point pricked her finger and she fell
asleep. And the old woman vanished. At that same moment, the king and the queen, the
servants, the cats and the dogs all fell asleep! Even the fire stopped burning and the roasting
meat stopped sizzling. Everything slept.
        Then a hedge of wild roses grew up around the castle. It grew and it grew until the castle
was hidden. One hundred years passed and then a prince came riding by and saw the top of the
tower rising up above the hedge of roses. He jumped off his horse and lifted his sword to cut
away the hedge. But as soon as the sword touched the branch, a path opened up in front of him.
So prince walked freely through the hedge. He entered castle, and walked from room to room.
Imagine his surprise, everyone and everything was fast asleep. At last he entered a little room at
.                                                                                           B
the end of a tall tower and he saw the sleeping princess. She was so very beautiful that he bent
down and kissed her. Then the spell was broken and the princess opened her eyes. At the same
moment, everyone and everything in the castle awoke. The king yawned, the queen blinked, the
cats had a good stretch and the dogs wagged their tails. The servants began to work, the fire
began to flame, and the roasting meat began to sizzle. A hundred years had not changed anyone
or anything.
        The prince fell in love with the princess and asked whether she wanted to marry him.
Finally, they married and lived happily ever after.

36. What was one thing that the king and queen should not have done concerning the party that
     was held?
     A. They invited fairies.
     B. They invited their friends.
     C. They forgot to invite the 13th fairy.
     D. They only invited the 13th fairy.
     E. They invited the 12th fairy.

37. What happened when the princess reached the age of 16?
     A. She met a handsome prince.
     B. She got married.
     C. She became a queen.
     D. She slept a very long sleep.
     E. She became old.

38. Who could change the 13th fairy’s curse over the princess?
     A. The 12th fairy.
     B. The king.
     C. The queen.
     D. The old woman.
     E. The 13th fairy herself.

39. The text above has a certain generic structure consisting of orientation, evaluation,
     complication, and resolution. Which part of the story is the resolution part?
       A. The baby was born.
       B. The king and the queen invited the fairies.
       C. One of the fairies cursed the princess.
       D. Everything fell asleep.
       E. The prince kissed the sleeping princess and everything was back to normal.

40. How old was the princess when she woke up?
     A. 16 years old.
     B. 100 years old.
     C. 116 years old.
     D. 1000 years old.
     E. 1016 years old.

This text is for questions 41 to 44.

        Rain always comes from clouds. But where do clouds come from? How does all the water
get into the sky.
        Think about your bathroom. There is hot water in your bath. Steam goes up from the hot
water. The steam makes small clouds in the bathroom. These warm clouds meet the cold walls
and windows. Then we see small drops of water on the wall and windows.
        The world is like your bathroom. The water in the oceans is warm when the sun shines on
it. Some of this water goes up into the sky and makes clouds. The wind carries the clouds for
hundreds of kilometres. The clouds meet the cold air in the sky. Then we’ll see drops of water
after the condensation of clouds to water. The drops of water are rain.
         The rain falls and runs into rivers. Rivers run into oceans. And the water from the oceans
changes into clouds and becomes rain. So water is always moving from oceans to clouds to rain
to river to oceans.

41. The text describes ….
       A. How rain falls
       B. The formation of rain
       C. How the sea water to the sky
       D. The function of rain
       E. The process of condensation

42. Which of the following is the correct cycle of the rain?
      A. Water, clouds, condensation, evaporation.
      B. Water, condensation, clouds, evaporation, rain.
      C. Water, evaporation, clouds, condensation, rain.
      D. Rain, water, clouds, evaporation, condensation.
      E. Water, rain, condensation, clouds, evaporation.

43. “The clouds meet the cold air in the sky. Then we’ll see drops of water after the condensation
    of the clouds to water.” (Paragraph 3)
    The underlined word means the changing of …
        A. gas to steam
        B. liquid to gas
        C. cloud to steam
        D. gas to liquid
        E. water to steam

44. What makes the clouds change into small drops of water?
      A. The wind
      B. The sun-light
      C. The cold temperature
      D. The hot water
      E. The mowing air

This text is for questions 45 to 47.

            Cameroon is a West African country of ten million people which has been very
    successful in growing food for its people, unlike many other West African countries.
    Since 1971 it has doubled its output of major foodstuff such as maize and potatoes.
    Now it is one of the few African countries able to feed itself. This was not the case five
    years ago when the country was only 75-80% self-sufficient in food. Although isolated
    pockets of hunger still remain, the World Bank nowadays gives Cameroon money to
    sustain, not to achieve, self-sufficient in food production.

45. The text tells us about ….
    A. West African countries
    B. Cameroon’s food production
    C. Cameroon’s ability to feed its people.
    D. Food self-sufficiency
    E. Major foodstuffs in West Africa

46. The word “its” in line two of the text refers to ….
    A. Food
    B. People
    C. A country
    D. Africa
    E. Aa West African country.
47. Which of the following statements is TRUE about Cameroon?                                  B
    A. The World Bank financially supports Cameroon to maintain its self-sufficiency
    B. Cameroon is the biggest and richest country among West African countries
    C. It was the World Bank which financed the production of food in Cameron
    D. Similar to other West African countries, Cameroon has always been self-sufficient
    E. Cameroon has succeeded in its food production because of the fertility of its soil.

The text is for questions 48 to 50.

                                       The Last Emperor

          Don’t go see The Last Emperor if you are expecting a history lesson. Bertolucci’s
      epic about the rise and fall of Pu Yi is hard to follow and confusing at times. But he
      has done a remarkable job of portraying the Chinese culture, and he has captured
      China in Stunningly beautiful images. There are some touching scenes, as when the
      young Pu Yi’s nurse is taken from him. Unfortunately, the movie is too long and
      tends to drag at times.

48. What is the purpose of the text?
    a. To present two points of view about an issue.               D. To retell past events.
    b. To explain the process.                                     E. To report the latest movie
    c. To analyze and evaluate the creative work.

49. How do you think about The Last Emperor critic?
    a. Excellent                                           d. Poor
    b. Very good                                           e. Amazing
    c. Fair

50. After reading the review, how do you see this film?
    A. Excellent.
    B. Fair
    C. Annoying.
    D. Good.
    E. Terrible

                                     Good Luck For You

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