Soal Bahasa Inggris Tp 2013

US B ING. Tahun 2013









Program Keahlian: Semua Program Keahlian

Mata Pelajaran : BAHASA INGGRIS

Hari, Tanggal: Selasa,19 Maret 2013

Alokasi waktu: 120 menit

Dimulai pukul: 07.30 wib- 09.30 WIB


  1. Perhatikan dan ikuti petunjuk pengisian pada lembar Jawaban yang tersedia

  2. Periksalah dan bacalah soal-soal sebelum mengerjakannya.

  3. Jumlah soal sebanyak 50 butir soal pilihan ganda, 15 butir soal listening comprehension dan 35 butir soal reading comprehension.

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

Part I. Pictures

Questions 1 to 3.

Directions: For each question, you will see a picture in your test book and you will hear four short statements. These statements 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.

When you hear the four statements, look at the picture in your test book and choose the statement that best describes what you see in the picture. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and mark your answer.



Look at the picture and listen to the four sentences.

  1. The basket is made of woven rattan,

  2. They shoot the ball to the basket,

  3. Some fruit is put in the basket,

  4. We need the basket for this stuff.

Sample Answer


Choice (A) – The basket is made of woven rattan – best describes what can be seen in the picture. Therefore, you should mark (A) on your answer sheet.

Now lets begin with picture number 1.





Questions 4 to 7.

Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several questions spoken in English, followed by three responses, also spoken in English. The question and responses will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. You have to choose the best response to each question.

Now listen to a sample question.

You will hear : Will you be here this summer?

You will also hear :

    1. Yes. Summer is my favorite season.

    2. Yes. They will be here soon.

    3. No, I wont. I plan to visit my family.

Sample Answer


Choice (c)- No, I wont. I plan to visit my family – is the appropriate response to the question [will you be here this summer?]

Therefore, you should mark (C) on your answer sheet.

Now lets begin with question number 4.

  1. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

  2. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

  3. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.

  4. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.


Questions 8 to 11.


In this part of the test, you will hear several short conversations. The conversations will not be printed in your test book. You will hear the conversations two times, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say.

In your test book, you will read a question about each conversation. The question will be followed by four answers. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet.


You will hear:

Girl : Are you sixteen yet?

Boy : Not yet, but my birthday is in March.

Girl : When in March?

Boy : It is March 20th.

You will read:

What do you learn from the conversation?

    1. The girl is sixteen years old.

    2. The boy is twenty years old.

    3. The boy was born in March,

    4. The girls birthday is March 20.

Sample Answer


Choice (c) – The boy was born in March – best answers the question (What do you learn from the conversation?).

Therefore, you should mark (c) on your answer sheet.

  1. What does the man say about the weather?

    1. It appears on TV.

    2. The woman will bring an umbrella.

    3. The city will be wet.

    4. The weather will be sunny.

  2. What did the man ask?

    1. Information about a sign.

    2. A question about a notice.

    3. A picture hanging on the wall.

    4. Permission to light a cigarette.

  3. Why wasnt the woman allowed to go further?

    1. She was carrying prohibited stuff.

    2. Her daughter asked her not to.

    3. She didnt have a boarding pass.

    4. Her plane had already left.

  4. What does the man comment on?

    1. Getting a job.

    2. Studying abroad.

    3. Someones achievement.

    4. An improvement in studying.

Part IV.

Questions 12 to 15. Directions:

In this part of the test, you will hear several short talks. Each will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand and remember what is said.

In your test book, you will read two or more questions about each short talk. Each question will be followed by four answers. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet.

Lets begin with short talk number 12.

  1. What process did the speaker describe?

    1. How to stir the eggs.

    2. How to melt the sugar.

    3. How to choose good eggs.

    4. How to make a simple dessert.

  2. What is the last step of making this pudding?

    1. Mixing the ingredients.

    2. Steaming the mixture.

    3. Melting some sugar.

    4. Pouring the milk.

  3. What is the purpose of the announcement?

    1. To claim the customer service.

    2. To find the womens goods department.

    3. To persuade the shoppers to buy a purse.

    4. To inform shoppers that a purse was found.

  4. If you want to claim the purse, where should you go?

    1. To the shoppers.

    2. To the customer service counter.

    3. To someone who turned it in.

    4. To the womens goods department.

This is the end of the listening section

II. Reading Section


In question 31 35, each sentence has four words or phrases underlined. The four underlined words are marked A. B, C, D. You have to identify the underlined words or phrases that should be corrected or rewritten.

16. Ben : The irresponsible people keep on cutting down the trees of  the forestry reserve                                                                   A

       Ian   : I think the government might have applied and enforced the laws and     

                                                     B                C

            regulations more seriously by punishing them.


17.  New research suggests that men and women should consider replace cigarettes 

                               A                                                   B           C

       with carrots, which are rich with beta carotene.


18. I feel boring. I have nothing to do at home since the electricity is off for the whole day


19. If the hotel service is good, the visitor would not complain.


20.  Roy    :  I think the deforestation will cause even greater disaster.


      Dio     : I don’t think so. Therefore the illegal logging should be stopped. The

                           B                                                     C           D

                  government has to be serious to deal with this problem.

Questions 36 50 are based on a selection of reading materials. You have to choose the best answer A, B, C, and D to each question.

Question  21 23 refer to the following text

To: All employees

From: McKenna

Director, Personnel

Date: September, 9th , 2012

Subject: Charitable Leave

The corporation is pleased to announce a new policy which will allow employees to take paid time off for volunteer activities. Employees may take up to eight hours of paid leave per month to volunteer for charity organizations. Employees are eligible for this program if they are full-time and have been employed here for at least one year. Charitable leave must be requested in advance; otherwise, employees will not be paid for that time. Charitable leave must also be approved by the employees supervisor.

21.   What does the new policy allow employees to do?

A.    Take leave during pregnancy.

B.     Get paid for volunteer work.

C.     Have more holidays.

D.    Have more works.

22.     What must an employee do to get paid for time off?

  1. Ask his or her supervisor in advance.

  2. Get the permission of the charity.

  3. Fill out an absence form.

  4. Leave out for one day.

23.   Which employees may participate in this program?

  1. Employees who donate money to charitable organizations.

  2. Part-time employees who have worked for six months.

  3. Full-time employees who have worked for one year.

  4. All employees whose supervisor let them.

Question number 24 – 26 refer to the following announcement


Multinational company seeks sales manager for its office products division.

Candidate must have 10 years experience in sales development and management in the field and the ability to motivate and train incoming sales staff.

Good salary and benefits package.

Qualified candidates should send their resumes to:

The Daily News, Box 8552, 1627 Elm Street, Adelaide, Australia.

24.  What is the text about?

  1. Multinational company.

  2. A job vacancy.

  3. Sales manager.

  4. Sales development.

25.  One of the requirements must be fulfilled by applicant is .

  1.  Good command of English.

  2. Good at computer.

  3. Good salary and benefits package.

  4. 10 years experience in sales development and management in the field.

26. Where should applicants send their resumes?

  1. To the company.

  2. To the sales manager.

  3. To the sales staff.

  4. To the Daily News.

Questions 27 29 refer to the following information.


Some years ago, Gordon Summer dropped out of teaching to risk all in the chancy world of pop music. Two years later, he was struggling to pay the rent. Now he is known as Sting, the lead singer of today hottest band, The Police. How did this ex school master manufacture the right sound, the right image, the right band of sex appeal, to make himself into a teenage idol? Lulu Appleton reports.

Gordon Summer, an exceptionally good-looking man idolized by millions and so rich, that he can afford all he could ever wish for. Better known as Sting, hes the lead singer of the Police. His naturally fair hair has replaced the dyed blond hair of his stage act. The face magnetizes. The voice is low and husky, eyes bright and intelligent, yet wary.

Suddenly, he has become a superstar. I cant walk down a street anymore without feeling that people are watching me. I cant be anonymous any longer, and thats a drag, he says.

27. What is the main idea of paragraph 2?

A. The change in Sting.

B. The popularity of Sting.

C. The lead singer of the Police.

D. Gordon summers success and appearance.

28. What was Stings job before?

A. A singer

B. A teacher

C. A musician.

D. An entertainer.

Questions 29 and 30 refer to the following instructions.


To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the player to rain or moisture.

To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

Do not install the appliance in a confined space, such as a bookcase or built in cabinet.

The function selector is located at the front.

When you turn on the player, the OPR/BATT indicator lights up.

29. What should you do to prevent electrical shock?

A. Dont open the cabinet.

B. Expose the player to humidity.

C. Install the player in a bookcase.

D. Refer to qualified personnel to open the cabinet.

30. What is the meaning of player as used in the text?

A. Actor.

B. Athlete.

C. Operator.

D. Tape recorder.

Questions 31 – 45 are incomplete dialogues. Four choices marked a, b, c, d are given beneath each dialogue. You have to choose the one that best completes the dialogue.

31. Poppy: "Can the government eliminate corruption in the next five years?"

Mirna : "…. Law enforcement must be strictly applied."

A.    I think its impossible.

B.    I dont think so.

C.    I think its possible.

D.    I disagree with you.

32. Operator: "Good morning. May I help you?"

Man: "Good morning. May I speak with Mr. Jones, the Personnel Manager?"

Operator: "Im sorry, he has a meeting until twelve. …?"

Man: "Alright. Please tell him Mr. Ferry from PT. Abadi called."

A.    May I leave a message?

B.    May I take a message?

C.    Would you like to take my message?

D.    Would you tell him my message?

      1. Eko: "I need to type this document. …?"

        Yesi: "Yes, of course. I just have 2 more pages to print."

A.    Am I able to use the computer?

B.    Would I use the computer?

C.    Will I use the computer?

D.    May I use the computer?

      1. Deni: "You speak English very well. …?"

        Lia: "Ive been studying English since Junior high school. Its my favorite subject."

A.    How long will you be learning English?

B.    When did you learn English?

C.    What was your favorite subject in junior high school?

D.    How long have you been learning English?

  1. Receptionist: "Good morning. Can I help you?"

    Caller: "Yes, …. Is that possible to get two double rooms for next month?"

    Receptionist: "Of course, Sir. May I have your name and address, please?"

A.    Id like to make a reservation.

B.    Id like you to check my room.

C.    Id like to reserve a table

D.    I want to cancel my reservation.

  1. Dewi: "Do you think we can get there on time?"

    Anto: "Yes. If the traffic is smooth, … before three oclock."

A.    we would arrive

B.    we will arrive

C.    we would have arrived

D.    we are arriving

37. Shop assistant: "May I help you, Sir?"

Customer: "Yes. I bought this pair of trousers this morning, but there is no button

hole. …?"

Shop assistant: "Do you have the receipt with you, Sir? Well replace it."

A.    May I return it?

B.    Do you like it?

C.    May I have a bigger size?

D.    Is there another color available?

38. Umar: How did your vacation last week?

Bakri: It was terrible. I only stayed at home. It rained almost every day.

Umar: If the weather had been bright last week, you your vacation.

Bakri: You are right.

        1. Would enjoy

        2. Will enjoy

        3. Would have enjoyed

        4. Would have been enjoyed

39. Anita: What about our appointment to go out to the movie tonight?

Dont you still remember, .?

Rico: Of course I am. Ill pick you up at seven tonight.

          1. Are you

          2. Arent you

          3. Do you

          4. Dont you

  1. X : Have you met the man whose car hit yours?

 Y : Yes. He …. his car when I came to  his house.

A.    was repairing

B.    is repairing

C.    is going to repair

D.    has been repairing

41.  Boim: "Its very hot in this room."

Inna: "Yes, I know. If we had more windows, …."

A.   we will have more fresh air.

B.   we would have more fresh air.

C.   we will have had more fresh air.

D.   we would have had more fresh air.

42.  X  :  Did you see Jim?

       Y  : Yes, he is in his room.   He … since I came here.

  1. read

  2. is reading

  3. was reading

  4. has been reading

43.  Yeni: "Do you have any plans for the weekend?"

Lusi: "Yes. …."

  1. I will visit my uncle in Situbondo.

  2. I wont do anything.

  3. I went to Surabaya on business for 3 days.

  4. I have been typing the document for an hour.

44. Olga: "Have you heard the bad news about Novi?"

Julia: "What happened to her?"

Olga: "She had a motorcycle accident yesterday."

Julia: "…."

  1. I feel very sorry for you.

  2. Im really sad now.

  3. Im glad to hear that.

  4. Im sorry to hear that.

Questions 45 and 46 refer to the following application letter :

30 Jln. Pramuka

Makassar 90102

April 18, 2007

HR Manager

Makassar Golden Hotel

Jln. Pasar Ikan


Dear Sir/Madam,

Being interested (45) the post of Waiter Supervisor you advertised in yesterdays Kompas, I would like to apply for the vacancy,

I am 24 years old and graduated from SMK Pariwisata majoring in Restaurant Service. Currently, I (46) at Seafood Restaurant.

Attaching copies of my certificates, CV, and my recent photograph, I am available for an interview at your convenience. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Faithfully yours,


45.     The best word to complete the sentence is

A. underB. inC. overD. behind

46.     The best word to complete the sentence is

A. am workingB. workC. workedD. had worked

Questions 47 and 48 refer to the following information:

If you are about to look for a job, the suggestions I offer here can help you, whether or not you have a high school diploma, whether you are just starting out or changing your job or career. Be­fore you try to (47) a job, you have to answer the hardest question of your working life: "What do I want to look for?

Here’s a good way. Sit down (48) a piece of paper’ and don’t get up till you’ve listed all the things you’re proud to have accomplished. Your list might include being head of a fund-raising cam­paign, or acting a juicy role in the senior play.

46.     The best word to complete the sentence is

             A. find                    B. have                  C. start                    D. apply  

49.    The best word to complete the sentence is

            A. by                      B. on                      C. near                    D. with 

Questions 49 – 50 refer to the following advertisement:

Come and celebrate our anniversary (49 ) Saturday April 21, 2007 at 10 a.m. Adults and teenagers Rp. 95,000/person. Buffet, snack, and soft drink included in the price. Please (50) Elni at 08126180488 for further information.


49.    The best word to complete the sentence is

A. inB. atC. onD. next

49.    The best word to complete the sentence is

A. countB. registerC. listD. contact

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