English smp/sma

BAHASA INGGRIS

Adik adik,
Belajar bahasa Inggris yok!
Caranya????
Kalau mau tanya tanya atau mau jawab pertanyaan cukup tulis dalam comment. Ok?
SMP
A. Coba jawab pertanyaan berikut!

Ok sekarang tulis dalam Bahasa Inggris.
1. Dua ekor tikus
2. Dua ekor ikan
3. Dua ekor angsa
4. Dua buah tomat
5. Dua buar radio

SMA

B. Tulis Bahasa Inggrisnya!

1. Andai besok hujan saya akan membawa sebuah payung.
Ket: Sekarang musim hujan
2. Andai saya kaya sekarang saya akan keliling dunia.
Ket: Saya miskin sekarang
3. Andai kamu datang kemarin saya akan mentraktir kamu.

Selamat mengerjakan

SMP

C. Choose the correct answer by crossing a, b, c, or d!

Text for number 1 – 4
Andi : Rocky, may I borrow your handphone?
Rocky : Sure, please do.
Andi : Thank you for advanced.
Rocky : Don’t mention it.
Andi : By the way, How to use it?
Rocky : First, press the unlock key , then dial the number you want to send.
Andi : I can’t still operate yet. What’s the matter?
Rocky : I’m not certain, let me see. Oh….you have to press and hold several times at this button to release the unlock, then dial the number and press, OK?
Andi : I’ll try it.
Rocky : Does it work?
Andi : Yes thanks, here you are.
Rocky : You are welcome.

1. Rocky say,”Sure, please do” on the second sentence. It means…………….
a. Andi may borrow the handphone.
b. Andi can not borrow the handphone.
c. Rocky may borrow the handphone.
d. Rocky has to borrow the handphone.
2. Can Andi operate the handphone at first?
a. Yes, of course c.Yes, he does
b. Yes, he can d. Andi can’t operate it at first.
3. Rocky is not sure about the trouble of his handphone. How does he say?
a. Sure, please do c. First, press unlock key
b. Don’t mention it! d. I’m not certain.
4. Ridwan : Sari, how about our plan tomorrow? Can you take part?
Sari : I can’t……..yet. I have many test to finish.

SMA

D. Pilih jawaban yang benar

Soal: 1
What are they doing?
gambar hilang. sorry

A.
The man is talking to his friend

B.
The man is whispering something to his wife

C.
The man is whispering something to his friend

D.
The two man are using glasses

E.
The two man are listening to their friend

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Soal: 2
In any community its various arganism are linked in a complicated web relationships. There are many usually in balance with one another. If the natural web is disturbed, the results may be disastrous. As the rule, the various populations of organisms tend to adjust to seasonal and other changes, and the whole community stays in balance. Most disturbances come from man’s activities.
In an undisturbed forest, white-tailed deer feed on plants of varoius kinds. Wolves and mountain lions prey on the deer. When deer are numerous, their enemies become numerous too, because there is so much to feed upon. The deer and their enemies stay in balance with one another.
The man enters the scene. He looks on animals such as wolves and mountain lions as harmful. He killsas many as possible. When the animals that feed on deer are killed, the deer multiply, without check. Soon the large deer population has eaten nearly all the plants available for food. Then the deer begin to starve.
Another example of man’s interference with natural communities is the use of chemical insecticides. Grass in the sprayed ares may be eaten by cows. As a recult, teh milk of some cows has been found to contain too much DDT. the insecticides are also collcted in the tissues of birds that eat the sprayed insects. Some of the affected birds lay eggs that do not hatch. The number of birds therefore decreases, cutting down the food supply of other animals.
Whether intended or not, almost evry change that man has made in natural webs of life has turned out to be a disaster for communities involved. Everything he does affects all therest of it, just as any change in the community or climate around him affects his won well-being. Thus, by changing natural communities, man may harm himself.
The following statement are TRUE according to the text, EXCEPT…….
A.
Man’s activities causes disaster

B.
DDT is sprayed to kill insect

C.
Man changed the natural communities

D.
Man considers wild animals as harmful

E.
Man does not disturb the natural web

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Soal: 3
The Hen with the Silver Eggs
One day, in an Arabian city, a woman went to the market and bought a beautiful hen.
A few days later to her surprise the hen she bought laid a silver egg. If the hen could only be persuaded to lay more then one egg each day, the woman was sure she would never have to work again.
So the woman decided to make the hen eat more, so that it could lay more eggs. But the only result was that the hen died of indigestion and did not lay more eggs at all.

From the text we may conclude that the woman was …
A.
active

B.
miserly

C.
greedy

D.
furious

E.
dangerous

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Soal: 4
Mother : Budi, pick up that rubbish!
Budi : Yes, mom. Where should I put it?
Shall I throw it into the river?
Mother : Please, don’t do that. Put it into a rubbish bin.
From the dialogue, we know that mother……….
A.
wants Budi to throw the rubbish into the river.

B.
want Budi not to throw the rubbish into the river.

C.
will let Budi to throw the rubbish into the rubbish bin

D.
allows Budi not to throw the rubbish into the river

E.
asks Budi to throw the rubbish into the river

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Soal: 5
Wacana V

When we buy canned or bottled food products at the grocer’s or the supermarket, we will find out that there are some additives added to the main nutrients. An additives is a non-nutritive substance intentionally added to food generally in small quantities, to improve appearance, flavor, storage properties, etc.
Most governments issue lists of permitted additives stating the highest acceptable concentration, defining food products in which they may be used and sometimes recommending the maximum daily consumption. Such legislation is revised periodically, and product may be added to or deleted from permitted lists because of additional scientific knowledge and experience of their use.
A group of food additives includes vitamins, amino acids, and minerals which are added to foodstuffs to compensate for losses occurring during processing or to provide additional sources in diet that might otherwise be deficient in such nutrients. Examples of their use include enrichment o margarine with the addition of vitamin A, and niacin amide to flour or bread. Salt often has a small amount of iodine to it to avoid a diet deficiency that can cause goiter development.
Appearance is an important factor in food appeal, and legislation in most countries permits the addition of both natural and synthetic colouring mater based on the colouring standards issued by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO).
Flavoring materials are added to basic foodstuff to provide a characteristic product flavor or to supplement or modify the original flavor. Most flavoring materials are still of natural origin, but progress in organic chemistry has made, it possible to analyze flavoring materials and to synthesize product similar with those found in nature.
Flavor can also be influenced by the addition of the flavor enhancer such as monosodium glutamate which intensifies perception of flavoring.

We have known that … food is necessesary for healthy bodies and keen minds.
A.
Fast

B.
Sweet

C.
Canned

D.
Nourishing

E.
Struchy

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Soal: 6
All the article are very boring in today’s newspaper. There is…interesting in it.
A.
everything

B.
something

C.
nothing

D.
anything

E.
none

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Soal: 7
I realize that I am a naughty boy, but I never hurt you, ………?
A.
do I

B.
do you

C.
don’t I

D.
don’t you

E.
are’t I

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Soal: 8

A.
There used to be lots of rain on the Sahara

B.
Oil and water can be found under the desert

C.
A survey on water resources needs a lot of money

D.
The UN Fund has helped Egypt to complete 2000 wells

E.
It is very easy t bring the underground water to the surface

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Soal: 9
Man: I have been selected to receive a scholarship from a prominent university.
which of the following is the best response to complete the dialog?
A.
Please accept my condolenses

B.
I am pround of your sister

C.
You must be very upset

D.
Congratulations

E.
Not at all

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Soal: 10
I’m planning to go to a party tonight, but it’s raining very hard now. I wish ….
A.
it stops

B.
it will stop

C.
it would stop

D.
should she

E.
it had stopped

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Soal: 11
After taking off, the plane continues to ascend until it reaches an altitude of 25.000 feet.
The opposite of the word ‘ascend’ is to……..
A.
go down

B.
run down

C.
fall down

D.
come down

E.
climb down

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Soal: 12
“Why were her eyes red?”
“Because ….”
A.
she cries

B.
she is crying

C.
she had been crying

D.
she has been crying

E.
she has cried

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Soal: 13
Ani : You promised to return my book now. I need badly?
Dian : …, I left it hoe. I’ll give it you this afternoon.
A.
I’m sorry

B.
I don’t mind

C.
I’m very terrible

D.
I’m so pleased

E.
I’m very awful

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Soal: 14
Ahmad : “Your son has broken the window.”
Badu : “Don’t worry, I’ll get ….”
A.
repaired

B.
to be repaired

C.
to be repaired

D.
repair

E.
repairing

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Soal: 15
Student:…to carry these books to your room, sir?
Teacher: No, thanks. I can do it myself.
A.
Do you want

B.
Shall I do

C.
Can you help

D.
My I help you

E.
Do you mind

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Soal: 16
Read Text
Contagious diseases are discase which are passed from person to person. They can be passwed by direct contact or by bacteria in the air.
Some diseases are very dangerous and these diseases can spread quickly, causing sickness and sometimes death. In the 14th century in Europe, a contagious diseases called ‘bubonic plague’ or ‘Black Death’ killed millions people. No one knew how it spreads and they could not stop it. Today, a contagious disease like bubonic plague can be stopped by modern medicine, but at the time, nobody understood how diseases were spread or what caused them. Even this century there have been outbreaks of serious contagious diseases such as typhoid, yellow fever and cholera.
Doctors and scientist have studied these diseases and can prevent them if medicine is available. Unfortunately, many countries are crowded and disease spreads quickly. When this happens this is called an ‘epidemic’. Even today doctors and modern medicine sometimes cannot stop epidemics until many people have already died.

How are contagious diseases passed?
A.
by epidemics

B.
by outbreaks

C.
by bacteria

D.
by crowded countries

E.
by sickness of death

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Soal: 17
THE HOSPITAL
If you look at the front of a large, modern hospital, you may notice that there are two separate entrances. One of these is for patient in need of immediate treatment it is the emergency entrance. Here ambulances are to be seen pulling up at any hour of the day or night. The other entrance is the main entrance of the hospital.
On the ground floor inside the main entrance there are probably a reception area and writing room, and also an office. On the floors above and below are the numerous other department. On a lower floor may be the laundry and the kitchen. On another floor will be a maternity section for mothers and their babies. Their rooms are usually kept separate from the rest of the hospital, so that the babies do not catch other people’s illnesses.
The rooms for other patients are usually on the higher floors. There are small rooms for two, three or four patient, slightly larger rooms called wards, in which as many as 40 or 50 patients may lie in rows or beds. On other floors are the operating rooms, called operating theatres, and special department such as the radiography department, where x-rays are taken and developed.
In laboratories, special test are carried out on body tissues and fluids to find out the nature of patient’s disease. The pharmacy supplies the drug to treat patients. Near to the operating theatres is blood bank to store blood for transfusions. Here too is the sterilizing department, where all the operating instruments and bandages used in the operating theatres and the ward are cleaned and made free from germs.
A very large staff is needed to run a hospital efficiently. It consist of people who work together in teams. The hospital administrators organize the day working of the hospital. The medical staff including the doctors and nurses, work directly with the patient. So too do such people as the physiotherapists , anaesthetists , and radiographers. Grouped together, these people are sometimes known as “paramedical workers”.

. the two entrances have different functions. This information is found in paragraph………
A.
1

B.
2

C.
3

D.
4

E.
5

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Soal: 18
What does every village in Bali have?
A.
Dance teams

B.
A gamelans orchestra

C.
Traditional costumes

D.
A gamelan orchestra and dance teams

E.
A gamelan orchestra and traditional costumes

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Soal: 19
Read Text/Wacana I

Badminton

Badminton is an indoor sport that has been greatest since the end of world war II. It is sport for two of four players. The players use long handled rackets to hit a shuttlecock over a net. The net is stretched across a marked court. Badminton rackets are lightweight. A shuttlecock is usually made of cork an feather. The court is about 5.2 meter wide and 13.4 meter long for singles, and 1 meter wider for doubles.

In order to score, a player has to save, or put the shuttlecock into play. A server can score when the opponent lets the shuttlecock fall to the ground or by a fault. A fault occurs when the opponent, in an attempt to return the shuttlecock safely, allows it to go into or under net. To hit the shuttlecock out of the playing are also a fault. Men win a game after collecting 15 points. In women singles 11 points wins a game.

Badminton has been growing very rapidly. It grows either as backyard recreation or as a competitive sport. The International Badminton Federation was founded in 1934 with nine nation represented. Now it has members in more than 40 nations, and a world tournament for both men and women is held every two years.

There is only one correct sentence related to text ….
A.
Instead of shuttlecock the players may use light balls

B.
A players can get a point if he can’t return the shuttlecock

C.
Badminton is a kind of sport for more than four players

D.
After collecting 15 points a man player wins the game

E.
Both men and women players have to collect than 15 points to win the game

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Soal: 20
‘When did the guests come yesterday?’
‘When she…cooking’
A.
Had just finished

B.
Is finishing

C.
Was finished

D.
Was finished

E.
Finishes

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Soal: 21

What is the topic of the passage?
A.
Perceived sizes of the sun and moon

B.
Comparison of objects on the horizon

C.
Perceptions of distance

D.
The rising and the setting of the sun and the moon

E.
The “ Moon illusion”

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Soal: 22
Ray : Could you lend me your typewriter?
Henry : I am sorry. It ………by my sister.
A.
Be used

B.
Will use

C.
Was using

D.
Is being used

E.
Had been used

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Soal: 23
As my friend won the first prize for a scientific writing competition, I sent him a card saying: ‘______’

A.
Congratulations! I knew you could do it.

B.
Wow, I didn’t know you could write!

C.
Was it hard writing for a competition?

D.
That’s good. But you could do better next time.

E.
Were there many participants in the competition’?

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Soal: 24
All the members of the Parliament applauded…the president was walking to his seat.
A.
So that

B.
Although

C.
Even if

D.
As soon as

E.
While

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Soal: 25
lake Toba is one of the tourist….in Indonesia.
A.
Lakes

B.
Resort

C.
Bureaus

D.
Sceneries

E.
Landscape

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Soal: 26
Ricky : You look happy with your new job here.
Nelly : you’re right. my family and I are happier here, ….my salary is smaller than before
A.
in spite of

B.
although

C.
because

D.
since

E.
when

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Soal: 27
‘What can we do to improve our employees’ skills? ‘……. them more training is the first what we can do.’

A.
Giving

B.
We give

C.
To give

D.
To be given

E.
It is giving

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Soal: 28
Ida : “Hello, Alfian. Are you working here?”
Alfian : “Yes. I have been working here for a month.”
Ida : “Oh, really? …”
A.
by all means

B.
I’m very surprised

C.
I hope not

D.
Not at all

E.
There’s no need

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Soal: 29
After manuscript is recieved by publishing house, it goes to the editor….
He…..the substances and the quality of the manuscript.
A.
copies

B.
types

C.
deisgn

D.
evaluates

E.
publishes

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Soal: 30
X : Was these any trouble at the demonstration?
Y : Yes, about 20 people … arrested.
A.
are being

B.
have been

C.
will be

D.
were

E.
are

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Soal: 31
After the planed landed, the passengers … their belts and got off the plane.
A.
unbuttoned

B.
unfastened

C.
unfolded

D.
uncover

E.
unrolled

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Soal: 32

The main information of the text is about…
A.
why a manager prefers to set up his own business

B.
how large companies treat their managers

C.
when a managers wants to retire from the company

D.
what kind of new ideas a manager gives to his company

E.
why a manager thinks it is important to criticize the company

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Soal: 33
‘The hotel is suffering a great loss.’
‘Yes, only ten percent of their rooms … ’
A.
being occupied

B.
occupied

C.
is occupied

D.
are occupied

E.
they are occupied

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Soal: 34
In any community its various arganism are linked in a complicated web relationships. There are many usually in balance with one another. If the natural web is disturbed, the results may be disastrous. As the rule, the various populations of organisms tend to adjust to seasonal and other changes, and the whole community stays in balance. Most disturbances come from man’s activities.
In an undisturbed forest, white-tailed deer feed on plants of varoius kinds. Wolves and mountain lions prey on the deer. When deer are numerous, their enemies become numerous too, because there is so much to feed upon. The deer and their enemies stay in balance with one another.
The man enters the scene. He looks on animals such as wolves and mountain lions as harmful. He killsas many as possible. When the animals that feed on deer are killed, the deer multiply, without check. Soon the large deer population has eaten nearly all the plants available for food. Then the deer begin to starve.
Another example of man’s interference with natural communities is the use of chemical insecticides. Grass in the sprayed ares may be eaten by cows. As a recult, teh milk of some cows has been found to contain too much DDT. the insecticides are also collcted in the tissues of birds that eat the sprayed insects. Some of the affected birds lay eggs that do not hatch. The number of birds therefore decreases, cutting down the food supply of other animals.
Whether intended or not, almost evry change that man has made in natural webs of life has turned out to be a disaster for communities involved. Everything he does affects all therest of it, just as any change in the community or climate around him affects his won well-being. Thus, by changing natural communities, man may harm himself.
The forest is disturbed because of…..
A.
man’s activities

B.
the food suplly of other animals

C.
a complicated web of relationship

D.
the balance of the whole community

E.
the various population of organisms

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Soal: 35
‘Don’t you think the bus driver is speeding?’
‘Yes, I’m afraid he…the lives of the passengers.’
A.
Endangered

B.
Will endangered

C.
Would have endangered

D.
Endangers

E.
Would endangered

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Soal: 36
Guide : Is it your first visit to Bali?
Mr. Blake : No, I … here twice.
A.
Am

B.
Was

C.
Will be

D.
Must be

E.
Have been

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Soal: 37
A person who heads the embassy and represent his government in diplomatic affairs is ….
A.
a consul

B.
an ambassador

C.
a legation

D.
an attaché

E.
an envoy

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Soal: 38
Although telephone was patented by Alxander Graham Bell in 1876. The first transatlantic telephone cable went into operation eighty years later.

When the transatlantic telephone cable go into operation?
A.
When he was still alive

B.
Soon after he invented the telephone

C.
Before he painted his invention

D.
In 1796

E.
In 1956

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Soal: 39
Dian is a clever student. She wants to be a mathematics teacher. These two sentences can be combined into: Dian,…. is a clever student, want to be a math teacher
A.
who

B.
whose

C.
that

D.
which

E.
whom

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Soal: 40
The student missed the lesson because he was day dreaming. He wishes he had paid attention to the lesson.
It means that the student………
A.
hed paid attention to the lesson

B.
didn’t pay attention to the lesson

C.
doesn’t pay attention to the lesson

D.
didn’t miss the lesson

E.
doesn’t miss the lesson

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Soal: 41
Wacana V

When we buy canned or bottled food products at the grocer’s or the supermarket, we will find out that there are some additives added to the main nutrients. An additives is a non-nutritive substance intentionally added to food generally in small quantities, to improve appearance, flavor, storage properties, etc.
Most governments issue lists of permitted additives stating the highest acceptable concentration, defining food products in which they may be used and sometimes recommending the maximum daily consumption. Such legislation is revised periodically, and product may be added to or deleted from permitted lists because of additional scientific knowledge and experience of their use.
A group of food additives includes vitamins, amino acids, and minerals which are added to foodstuffs to compensate for losses occurring during processing or to provide additional sources in diet that might otherwise be deficient in such nutrients. Examples of their use include enrichment o margarine with the addition of vitamin A, and niacin amide to flour or bread. Salt often has a small amount of iodine to it to avoid a diet deficiency that can cause goiter development.
Appearance is an important factor in food appeal, and legislation in most countries permits the addition of both natural and synthetic colouring mater based on the colouring standards issued by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO).
Flavoring materials are added to basic foodstuff to provide a characteristic product flavor or to supplement or modify the original flavor. Most flavoring materials are still of natural origin, but progress in organic chemistry has made, it possible to analyze flavoring materials and to synthesize product similar with those found in nature.
Flavor can also be influenced by the addition of the flavor enhancer such as monosodium glutamate which intensifies perception of flavoring.

The best title for the above text is ….
A.
Food and Vitamins

B.
Food and Additives

C.
Food and Their use

D.
Food and Nutrients

E.
Food and a Diet Deficiency

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Soal: 42
Wacana IV

In agriculture, for example, to fulfill demand for food supply. Man tends to concentrate on growing a single species of plant (monoculture) in area. High densities of crops provide optimum condition for pests and spread disease. To kill pest and the spread of disease man the uses pesticides, especially insecticides. Through effective, it is expensive and can kill many organisms whish harmless to Man’s crops so upsetting the balance of the ecosystem. They may kill the pest’s natural enemies, this removing a form of biological control of the pests. Moreover, pesticides, DDT for examples, can accumulate within the tissues of organism, and be passed along food chains where they increase in concentration. Animals at the end of the food chain may doses large enough to be fatal.

Industrialization pollutes the atmosphere, soil and water. The main factors in this are the release of chemical waste from industrial processes the use of pesticides and herbicides, accumulation of unwanted materials (rubbish) and the increasing disposal of the radioactive waste.
The only means of preventing over – exploitation of plants, animals and natural resources, and preservation. The government gives protection to the species and animal threatened with extinction and campaigns to conserve energy. Forest conservation, reforestation, reengineering: National Parks, like Ujung Kulon for example, to hunt, kill of trade in protected animal such as elephants, orang utans, rhinoceros, and cassowary. Recent efforts to transfer elephants from the neighboring areas to Air Sugihan in South Sumatera is a means of protecting elephants for extinction.
All this has to be done to raise the quality of the environment and to produce a balance of nature.

In line 7, the word “they” refer to?
A.
pesticides

B.
species of plant

C.
high densities of crops

D.
man and pesticides

E.
optimum condition and spread diseases

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Soal: 43

A.
infertile with less rain fall

B.
fertile with heavy rainfall

C.
arid and had no vegetation

D.
dry and less rainfall

E.
arid and heavy rainfall

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Soal: 44
The sentences:
Susi began to study English in 1986. She is still study¬ing English now. Could be expressed: Susi… English since 1986?
A.
studies

B.
is studying

C.
has been studying

D.
will be studying

E.
will have studied

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Soal: 45
Wacana III

OIL

That oil has helped to shape the world is not an oxygenation. Indeed, the discovery of oil during the last hundred years has changed a great deal of things. An oil product called kerosene has replaced firewood in the kitchen of our cities. Motor vehicles using gasoline or diesel oil have put animal – drawn carriages into museums. Steamships have lost against motor vehicles. Diesel locomotives have driven steam locomotives off the rails. Jet planes using aviation fuel fly the skies, making remote places reachable in a matter of hours.
That oil is indispensable to our everyday lives is not an exaggenaration, either. Yet few of us ever ask how this important liquid is extracted from the earth and changed into finished products. In the first place, it is not an easy matter to find an oil reserve. Exploration teams, sent by oil companies, have to go to remote places, and sometimes have to live under harsh conditions, to explore the earth or seabed for oil. They study the rock and the soil, and if there are promising result, the next thing for the oil company to do is to send a drilling team to the location. Again, this not a simple matter. Roads, for examples, have to be built first to transport the men and materials to the site. What is worse, the first drilling does not always bring about oil. The drilling team often has to drill up to ten wells before oil is found.

To find an oil reserve people have to explore ….
A.
any location

B.
rock or oil

C.
rock or water

D.
the earth or seabed

E.
remote places only

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Soal: 46

The main idea if the first paragraph is ….
A.
There are many ways to distribute goods to consumers.

B.
Wholesaling is a way of marketing goods to consumers.

C.
Wholesaling makes the distribution of goods complicated.

D.
The only channel of distribution is from wholesalers to retailers.

E.
Marketing a manufactured product is the responsibility of the a wholesaler.

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Soal: 47
‘How’s the new restaurant?’
‘The food is good but…
A.
The atmosphere of the restaurant is very easy

B.
It can be easeached

C.
The service needs to be improved

D.
It is cheaper than any other restaurant

E.
Its parking lot is considerably big

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Soal: 48
Wacana I

TRADE FOR THE GOOD THINGS IN LIFE

One person has vegetables, but wants fruit. Another man has a great deal of fruit, but want some vegetables. So the first man gives some of his vegetables to the second, and the second man gives some of his fruit to the first. He has exchanged the vegetables for the fruit. They are happy now. Trade has made them happy.
People have always traded. Why have they traded? They have traded because they have wanted a better life. At first people exchanged their things for other things. Now people buy and sell things – they trade for money.
Many foreigners have come to Indonesia for trade. The first traders came for spices. That was for very long time ago. Now the traders come here for many other things.
History has shown us that a country has to trade if its people want a better life. Indonesia is trying hard to improve its trade. It sells many things to other countries but the most important things are oil, rubber, tin and copra.
What has trade to other countries brought us? It has brought the things that we do not make. The cars that we drive, the tarin that we ride in, and the watches that we wear are examples of this things. It is not hard to understand that they have made life better.
But we can trade only if we have more things than we need. So we have to make or produce more things to sell. We have to produce more oil, more rubber, more tin, and more of other things. We have to produce better things, too, because we can get more money for them. All this means hard work for us, hard work at school, hard work at the office, hard work in the city, hard work in the country, hard work everywhere. By this way we can all enjoy the good things in life.

The first trader come to Indonesia for … .
A.
Tin

B.
Copra

C.
Spices

D.
Rubber

E.
Watches

________________________________________
Soal: 49
Amanda always get good marks in her exams………
A.
if she doesnt stiudy at all

B.
but she always studies hard

C.
although she has studied hard

D.
because she always studies hard

E.
therefore she never gets a reward

________________________________________
Soal: 50

Most women are good mothers because they _______

A.
Have brothers and sisters with whom they play

B.
Had to learn about nurturing when they were children

C.
Have never dreamed of adventures like boys

D.
Are not to learn about competitive roles

E.
Have known the role of carer since childhood

________________________________________
Soal: 51
the exploration teams are sent ti distant regions to search for oil.
The word “distant region” mean….
A.
remote places

B.
long journeys

C.
research areas

D.
far from drillings

E.
explorations area

________________________________________
Soal: 52
The man is engineer. his wife had a birtday party yesterday.
The best combination of thwo sentences is……………
A.
the wife who is an engineer had a brithday party yesterday

B.
the wife who had a birthday party yesterday is an engineer

C.
the man who had a brthday party yesterday is an engineer

D.
the man whose wife is an engineer had abirthday party yesterday

E.
the man whose wife had a birthday party yesterday is an engineer

________________________________________
Soal: 53
Interviewer: Can you say your name again?
Tina : Tina Sulaeman
Interviewer: Address
Tina : Jalan Sawo thirteen. Kebayoran Baru
Interviewer: Latest education
Tina : I graduated from the law faculty
Where does the applicant lives?
A.
Jalan Sawo thirteen, Kebayoran Baru

B.
Jalan Sawo sixteen, Kemayoran

C.
Jalan Seno thirteen, Kebayoran Baru

D.
Jalan Jambu thirteen, Kemayoran

E.
Jalan Sawo thirty, Kebayoran Baru

________________________________________
Soal: 54

The text tell us about…
A.
West African countries

B.
Cameroon’s ability to feed its people

C.
Major foodstuffs in West African

D.
Cameroon’s food production

E.
Food self-sufficiency

________________________________________
Soal: 55
Read the following sentences which are not put in the good order.
1. Luciano also enrolled in a teachers college
2. He made him work very hard to develop his voice
3. When Luciano Pavarotti was a boy, his father introduced
him the wonder of songs
4. His father advised him “If you try to sit on two chairs
you will fall between them. For life, you must choose
one chair.
5. On graduating he was doubtfull whether he would be a
teacher or a singer
6. Then Arrigo Pola, a professional singer took him as a
student
The correct arrangement of the sentences above is:
A.
3 – 5 – 6 – 2 – 1 – 4

B.
3 – 2 – 6 – 1 – 5 – 4

C.
3 – 1 – 2 – 6 – 5 – 4

D.
3 – 1 – 6 – 2 – 4 – 5

E.
3 – 4 – 5 – 6 – 2 – 1

________________________________________
Soal: 56
She would like to live in Indonesia, … it never snows.
A.
when

B.
where

C.
that

D.
which

E.
what

________________________________________
Soal: 57
She missed the train. She … earlier.
A.
should leave

B.
must leave

C.
must have left

D.
should have left

E.
should be leaving

________________________________________
Soal: 58
She went to the blackboard as if she knew how to solve the problem, mean ….
A.
She actually couldn’t solve the problem

B.
She ought to know how to solve the problem

C.
She definitely knew how to solve the problem

D.
She should know how to solve the problem

E.
She succeeded in solving

________________________________________
Soal: 59
SPACE CRAFT
People had though of building spacecraft several hundred years ago. They had though of going to the moon and many other planets. Paper on spacecraft can be found among the papers of famous scientist who lived centuries ago. However, the craft could not be built until after Worl War II.
It is not easy to build a spacecraft. Aspace craft needs a good rocket thats strong enough to send it to outer space. Such a motor was not developed until 1944.
A spacecraft also needs as many as rend million very sophisticated parts. These are parts needed so that the craft can fuction well when it is flying far away from earth. These parts must have very high precision elements. Each of them must have the right shape and the right size. Such parts could not be mode until after 1940.
Today, spacecraft are being made all the time. They have to be enough to carry astrounots into outer space. Whats does a spacecraft look like? A spacecraft usually consist of three rockets thet are join together. The three rockets are called stages. The first stage takes the spacecraft to certain speed and then falls away. The second stages takes it to speed twice as great as the first, and it also then falls away. the third stages takes the spacecraft to its top speed of more than 38.600 kilometers per hour.
Where is the place for the astronauts? It is at the top of the spacecraft. In the nose of the third stage a capsule. In this capsule are the astronauts and the instrument package. This capsule is actually the smallest part the ship. But all sorts of very sophisticated instruments are found into his capsule. This little capsule is the most important part of the ship.

The function of the rockets is fund in paragraph………
A.
spacecraft have been built since 1994

B.
All the three stages have the same speed

C.
out of the three stages, the first it the fasts

D.
the first rocket falls away as soon as it is air bone

E.
the most important part of the craft is where the astronauts are

________________________________________
Soal: 60
People living near river are prohibited to use its water because it has been heavily …. With industrial chemical wastes.
A.
refined

B.
purified

C.
damaged

D.
restricted

E.
contaminated

________________________________________
Soal: 61

Which of the following statements is TRUE about radioactive wastes?
A.
There will be no more danger when radioactive wastes are buried underground

B.
There is no chance of saving people’s lives from radioactive wastes

C.
Radioactive waste become non radioactive when they are sunk in the sea

D.
Only earthquakes can change radioactive wastes into nonradioactive wastes

E.
Natural disastesr may cause very serious leaks in burried containers of radioactive wastes

________________________________________
Soal: 62
Read Text/Wacana III

THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

When you’re hungry and you smell dinner, your mouth waters. This is the first step in changing the food you eat into the kind of food that cells can use. This change is called digestion, and it begins in the mouth.
Suppose you are eating sandwich. Your front teeth cut and tear the sandwich. The molars grind it. Saliva, the juice in the mouth, gets everything moist. Saliva also contains a type of chemical called an enzyme. It starts breaking down the starch of the bread into sugar.
The moist ball of the food is carried to the back of the mouth by the tongue. Muscles force the food into the esophagus, a narrow tube behind the windpipe. Other muscles force the food down the esophagus. They do their work so well that the food would travel along even if the person were doing a headstand.

When you eat a piece of meat or an apple, the use of your front teeth is for … them.
A.
tasting

B.
tearing

C.
grinding

D.
chewing

E.
breaking

________________________________________
Soal: 63
Reading Text
Forest the oldest and most diverse ecosystem, are important for their products. They also keep soil fertile, ensure the supply of constant water under the ground, regulate the climate and prevent floods.
The leaves which have fallen to the ground become some kind of substance. This substance which is called humus is a fertilizer to the soil. Humus holds rain water during the wet season, stores it and then waters the fields in the dry season.
Thus the fields can produce more crops. For years many people haven’t been obeying the government’s regulations and have been cutting down the trees excessively. As a result, thousands of hectares of what used to be good forest lands have become waste. These people are not aware that without forest nothing prevents the water will wash away the soil to the river. It may cause floods which will destroy the farmland and villages. For all this reason, the state Minister of Development, Supervision and Environment has consistently been trying to keep on asking our people to stop destroying the forest and conducting the campaign for forest conservation.

Forest destruction can cause ….
A.
natural disasters and unfertile land

B.
to reduce food product and make air fresh

C.
the water supply in the ground to decrease and the soil becomes fertile

D.
food product to increase and erosion

E.
food and forest product to increase

________________________________________
Soal: 64

Which of the following statements is TRUE about the “ Moon illusion”?
A.
Through various experiments scientists discovered the causes of “Moon illusion”

B.
Although the phenomenon has been studied for years, scientists don’t agree about its cause

C.
The already known distance of the sun and moon from the earth explains the “Moon illusion”

D.
All the answer to the question of what causes the phenomenon are the same

E.
Scientists do not think that my mystery of the “ Moon illusion” can be solved

________________________________________
Soal: 65
Nining : I hear Syarif will study in Yogya.
Hamid : Yes. He is likely to study there
The underlined expression is used to show…
A.
regret

B.
thanks

C.
simpathy

D.
possibility

E.
disappointed

________________________________________
Soal: 66
the state minister of development, supervision and environmental says that the exercissive felling of trees and the reckless opening of tropical forests will speed up the destruction of the entire country. destruction means………..
A.
loss

B.
disaster

C.
erosion

D.
damage

E.
degradation

________________________________________
Soal: 67
Pinta’s mother is a ………..she teachs students at the Gajah Mada university.
A.
Teacher

B.
Director

C.
Lecturer

D.
Register

E.
headmistress

________________________________________
Soal: 68
He did not pass his oral examination because he was either nervous ____

A.
Or he did not prepare himself well

B.
And did not prepare well

C.
Also the preparation was not good

D.
Or not well prepared

E.
But he was not well prepared

________________________________________
Soal: 69

We may conclude that a manager who becomes an entrepreneur is a person who…
A.
wants to have a large income

B.
likes to climb high mountains

C.
does not need any support from others

D.
dares to take the risk of failure

E.
always makes changes t the environment

________________________________________
Soal: 70
Tono : Hi, Dedy! don’t you want to watch our school team? it will be a real big match
Tedy : I am certainly planning to see the game. but what about the weather? Do you think it will be fine?
Tono :…………………
A.
I wished that

B.
I do hope so

C.
that’s it then

D.
let’s hope that

E.
I can’t see that

________________________________________
Soal: 71
“…”
“Neither does she”
A.
I also sew my own clothes

B.
She cannot sew her own clothes

C.
Nor do I sew my own clothes

D.
I don’t sew my own clothes

E.
Does she sew her own clothes?

________________________________________
Soal: 72
Susi : Let’s go to the Jazz Festival tonight!
Yani : You go, please. Jazz is not my music, I’d better go back to my books.
From the dialogue we know that Yani … Susi’s invitation.
A.
refers

B.
refuses

C.
ignores

D.
accepts

E.
hates

________________________________________
Soal: 73
I was interested in … more about your work.
A.
learn

B.
learning

C.
learned

D.
to learning

E.
to learning

________________________________________
Soal: 74
Mom : Girls, make up your beds!
Nindi : what did mom say to you just now?
Ninin : She asked us…our beds.

A.
make up

B.
made up

C.
to make up

D.
making up

E.
should make up

________________________________________
Soal: 75
Mother warned her … The newly painted wall.
A.
not touched

B.
not to touch

C.
do not touch

D.
not touching

E.
not touch

________________________________________
Soal: 76
Koko : Have you finished you report?
Reno : Not yet.
Koko : …..?
Reno : Of course. I’ll be very happy then.
A.
What can i do for you

B.
Would you like to help me to help you

C.
Can you do somthing for me

D.
Can you do me a favor

E.
Is there somthing you can do for me

________________________________________
Soal: 77
Read Text/Wacana II

Two very important fuel gases are made from petroleum during the refining process. They are butane and propane, which are similar to methane. These gases are sold in small tanks and are used for cigarette lighters, portable melding torches, and camping stoves.
Mixture of the two gases are stored under pressured as a liquid. For this reason the mixture is called liquefied petroleum gas or LPG. As it is used the liquid in the tank evaporates and leaved the tank as gas. The main use of LPG is as a cooking fuel on farms and in small towns are where a central gas making plant would not be practical. Instead of piping the gas to the house where it is to be used, a tank of LPG is connected directly to the stove. Because LPG is sold in tanks, it is often called tank gas or bottled gas.
LPG is also used to small extent to run automobiles and tractors. When the fuel tank is empty, it is replaced by a full one.

LPG is a mixture of ….
A.
butane and methane

B.
propane and liquid

C.
liquid and butane

D.
butane, propane and liquid

E.
butane and propane

________________________________________
Soal: 78
“What a beautiful voice. She is a talented singer.”
“She ……since she was a child.
A.
sang

B.
sings

C.
is singing

D.
had been singing

E.
has been singing

________________________________________
Soal: 79

A.
W.R Supratman was a clever student.

B.
W.R Supratman before he went to Bandung, he worked in a lawyer’s office

C.
W.R Supratman refused to be a teacher at Singkang

D.
Indonesia Raya stressed on teh call for unity among Indonesians

E.
Indonesia Raya was sung for the first time on 28th October 1928

________________________________________
Soal: 80
‘What is going to happen to the children who have become orphans due to the tsunami disaster?’
‘Don’t worry, they _____

A.
Will take care of

B.
Will have been taken care of

C.
Will have taken care of

D.
Will be taken care of

E.
Will be taking care of.

________________________________________
Soal: 81
The dimension of a … are by its length, width, and depth.
A.
Cube

B.
Square

C.
Triangle

D.
Rectangle

E.
Trapezium

________________________________________
Soal: 82
Mr. Bronto leaves Surabaya for Medan by GIA 707 at 9 p.m by 11 a.m. he ……………there
A.
arrive

B.
arrived

C.
was arriving

D.
will arrive

E.
will have arrived

________________________________________
Soal: 83
When you want to play a badminton match, you should know the … of it.
A.
shuttle cock

B.
a basket

C.
rules

D.
net

E.
field

________________________________________
Soal: 84
Tati : May I borrow your new novel?
Lina : Yes, but next Monday. I………..reading it by then.
A.
would finish

B.
am finishing

C.
have finished

D.
will be finishing

E.
will have finished

________________________________________
Soal: 85
Mrs. Hilma : I like your garden . It is well mainted. do you still have time to tidy it?
Mrs. Anton : of course not….twice a week
A.
I always tidy it my sef

B.
I have tidied it

C.
I have to tidy it

D.
I have it tidied

E.
I ask some body to tidy it

________________________________________
Soal: 86
Man: You have been very helpful. I thank you for everything.
which of the following is the best response to complete the dialog?
A.
Sure I will

B.
You are welcome

C.
OK, nice to meet you

D.
That sounds intersting

E.
See you some other time

________________________________________
Soal: 87
Wacana II

THE DANGER OF SMOKING MARIJUANA

Marijuana is dangerous drug. It is often called “pot” and the habit of smoking pot may send people to their graves, before their time. Pot smoking may damage the brain and other organs in the body, especially the reproduction organs. In July 1989, at an international meeting held on the dangers of smoking marijuana, researchers from 14 countries presented proof about the dangerous effect of the body. They discovered other effect too: sleeplessness, heavy sweating, lack of appetite and nausea.
Marijuana is extracted from the cannabis plant. The cannabin are soluble in fat so they remain in the body’s fatty organs after the smoking party is over. One organ that contains a large amount of fat is the human brain. The female reproductive organs also have high fat content. What harm does the marijuana build up to these organs?
Well, let us take example, a handsome teenagers whose name is Steve. Formerly he was good student who had always received good grades. But he started to smoke pot. He had difficulties in concentrating on his subject at school and in the remembering things. He also began to feel sick and to get headache, especially if he did not smoke pot regularly. As a result, all his pocket money went on pot, and when this was gone he started to steal in order satisfy his needs.

What remain in the body’s patty organs after smoking pot?
A.
Pot

B.
Drug

C.
Grave

D.
Nausea

E.
Cannabinoids

________________________________________
Soal: 88
Rina: Do you have any complaints?
Acil: …Some of the actors did not play seriously.
A.
No, no

B.
No deal

C.
Oh, hell

D.
Ah, yeah

E.
That’s OK

________________________________________
Soal: 89
I heard her screaming when the accident happened this morning. It means …
A.
I heard the accident and she is screaming

B.
I got the accident and she was screaming

C.
She was screaming when the accident happened

D.
She got the accident and I was screaming

E.
I heard screaming when she got accident

________________________________________
Soal: 90
“I could have asked somebody else to carry that box” means ….
A.
“I carried the box”

B.
“Somebody else carried the box”

C.
“I asked someone to carry”

D.
“I would ask someone to carry the box”

E.
“I didn’t want to carry the box”

________________________________________
Soal: 91
This proposal was turned down by the personnel manager. the synonym of “turned down” is…………..
A.
received

B.
rejected

C.
returned

D.
agreed

E.
taken

________________________________________
Soal: 92
Oil like coal and natural gas, is a fossil fuel. Fossil fuels made from the remains of dead plants and animals. It is thought that oil comes from tiny plants and animals whose bodies fell in their millions to the seabed when they died. There they were covered by sand and mud, which later hardened into rocks. In the course of millions of years, the plants and animal material underwent chemical changes and eventually turned into oil.
Oil deposit lie hidden deep beneath th surface of the earth. They have to be searched for. Unles the oil actually somes to the surface, it is impossible to be certain that any is present.
The rising demand for oil products keeps the oil companies busy exploring new oil fields, and drilling new wells. Exploration teams are sent to distant regions to search for oil. If the exploration shows good results, the company decides to drill a well. Thus the exploration phase ends, and production pahse begins.
Crude oil has to be transported to refinery to be made into the many products that are useful to man, such as petrol, krosene, diesel oil, lubricants, asphalt. Furtehr processing gives aviation fuel, greases, fertilizers, insecticides, man-made fibres and many other things.
The oil industry has a very complex and widespread ditribution system. Ocean takers, pipelines, rail tankers, and road takers are used to bring the oil products to seaport, inland depots, can and drum factories, and to tens of thousands of petrol stations in cities and along motorways.
More than any other, oil industry influences the lives of men and women everywhere. From the largest to the simplest home, whose need may only be kerosens for its lammps and stoves, there is daily need for large quantities of the various products
Which statement is TRUE according to the text?
A.
It easy to search the oil deposit

B.
The refined product of oil is also called crude oil

C.
The oil industry has a simple distribution system

D.
Exploring new oil fields is done after drilling new wells

E.
Oil is made from remains of dead plants and animals

________________________________________
Soal: 93
“What did he promised you?”
“… if he wins the lottery.”
A.
He treats me

B.
I treat him

C.
To treat me

D.
He should treat me

E.
That he treats me

________________________________________
Soal: 94
I … the street when it began to rain?
A.
am walking down

B.
have walked down

C.
have been walking down

D.
was walking down

E.
would walk down

________________________________________
Soal: 95
Personnel manager : What do you do, Sue?
Sue : I’ am a computer programmer. I work for one of the
biggest computer companies in the world. I’ve been with them for two years. It’s a very interesting job.
Personnel manager : What are your main interest?
Sue : It’s difficult to tell you all of them. I’m very interested in Mathematics -it was my best subject at school-and also in philosophy, foreign languages-I speak three of them-classical music, chess, yoga and gymnastics.
Personnel manager : Gymnastics?
Sue : Yes, I think everyone should do something active. We all need
exercise. I do gymnastics… I also jog, and then I often…
Personnel manager : Thank you very much. Sue… I’m afraid that’s all we have time for.
Sue is a/an…

A.
athlete

B.
musicians

C.
mathematician

D.
philosopher

E.
computer programmer

________________________________________
Soal: 96
mr. Bill : Have you sent all the spareparts?
Marketing Manager : Yes, sir. I … last Monday.
The distributor did it.
A.
send them

B.
had them sent

C.
will send them

D.
have sent them

E.
will get them send

________________________________________
Soal: 97
Tono : Do you like swimming, anto?
Anto : No, I prefer playing badminton…at the moment.
A.
to

B.
from

C.
than

D.
better

E.
better than

________________________________________
Soal: 98
People realize that by reading they can…..lots of knowledge adn information.
A.
save

B.
gain

C.
change

D.
fulfill

E.
spend

________________________________________
Soal: 99
Wacana II

THE DANGER OF SMOKING MARIJUANA

Marijuana is dangerous drug. It is often called “pot” and the habit of smoking pot may send people to their graves, before their time. Pot smoking may damage the brain and other organs in the body, especially the reproduction organs. In July 1989, at an international meeting held on the dangers of smoking marijuana, researchers from 14 countries presented proof about the dangerous effect of the body. They discovered other effect too: sleeplessness, heavy sweating, lack of appetite and nausea.
Marijuana is extracted from the cannabis plant. The cannabin are soluble in fat so they remain in the body’s fatty organs after the smoking party is over. One organ that contains a large amount of fat is the human brain. The female reproductive organs also have high fat content. What harm does the marijuana build up to these organs?
Well, let us take example, a handsome teenagers whose name is Steve. Formerly he was good student who had always received good grades. But he started to smoke pot. He had difficulties in concentrating on his subject at school and in the remembering things. He also began to feel sick and to get headache, especially if he did not smoke pot regularly. As a result, all his pocket money went on pot, and when this was gone he started to steal in order satisfy his needs.

What were the other effects or marijuana discovered by the researchers?
A.
sleeplessness, heavy sweating, lack of appetite and nausea

B.
smoking marijuana might damage reproductive program

C.
pot smoking might damage brains and organs

D.
that people went to their graves before their time

E.
that drugs were very dangerous for people

________________________________________
Soal: 100
Wacana V

When we buy canned or bottled food products at the grocer’s or the supermarket, we will find out that there are some additives added to the main nutrients. An additives is a non-nutritive substance intentionally added to food generally in small quantities, to improve appearance, flavor, storage properties, etc.
Most governments issue lists of permitted additives stating the highest acceptable concentration, defining food products in which they may be used and sometimes recommending the maximum daily consumption. Such legislation is revised periodically, and product may be added to or deleted from permitted lists because of additional scientific knowledge and experience of their use.
A group of food additives includes vitamins, amino acids, and minerals which are added to foodstuffs to compensate for losses occurring during processing or to provide additional sources in diet that might otherwise be deficient in such nutrients. Examples of their use include enrichment o margarine with the addition of vitamin A, and niacin amide to flour or bread. Salt often has a small amount of iodine to it to avoid a diet deficiency that can cause goiter development.
Appearance is an important factor in food appeal, and legislation in most countries permits the addition of both natural and synthetic colouring mater based on the colouring standards issued by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO).
Flavoring materials are added to basic foodstuff to provide a characteristic product flavor or to supplement or modify the original flavor. Most flavoring materials are still of natural origin, but progress in organic chemistry has made, it possible to analyze flavoring materials and to synthesize product similar with those found in nature.
Flavor can also be influenced by the addition of the flavor enhancer such as monosodium glutamate which intensifies perception of flavoring.

The list of permitted additives were issued by ….
A.
Grocer

B.
Consumer

C.
Legislation

D.
Governments

E.
Food producer

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