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UJIAN NASIONAL TAHUN PELAJARAN 2009/2010 BAHASA INGGRIS (D4) SMA/MA PROGRAM STUDI IPA/IPS/BAHASA/KEAGAMAAN Listening Section In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. There are four parts to this section with special directions for each part. PART I Questions 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?


: I’d rather you bought me a Portable Play Station 3.


: What did Mike want for his birthday present?

A. B. C. D. E.

A robot A watch A bicycle A mobile phone A play station 3.

The best answer to this question is “ A play station 3”. Therefore you should choose answer (A). 1. A. How to use email. B. Internet usage. C. Receiving emails. D. Voice mail. E. Communication. 2. A. He doesn’t have a driver license yet. B. His friend will drive him C. He is seventeen years 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 Questions: 4 to 6. Directions: 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 dialogue or monologue, 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. 4.

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


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



A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 E. 5 PART III Questions: 7 to 11 Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear some incomplete dialogues spoken in English, followed by five answers, 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. Man

: I’ve got bad news about my test.


: What? You failed again?




: What will the man most likely reply?

A. B. C. D. E.

Let me try again. Don’t worry. I’m fine. Sorry, I’ve dissapointed you. Never mind. You’ve done your best. I’d like to apologize for my failure.

Narrator: The best answer to the question “you failed again” is choice C. Therefore you should choose answer C. 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 to 15. Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several monologues. Each monologue 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 question about it, read the five possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. 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. Reading Section The following text is for numbers 16 to 18. Hi, Guys! Our neighborhood will hold a Fund Raising activity next month. It is intended to help victims of the landslide which happened yesterday. Everyone who is interested in this activity, please join us. You are also invvited to donate your used clothes. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ms. Maryam as chief program coordinator at her house from 07.00 a.m.-03.00 p.m. Monday to Friday. Committee

16. What is the announcement about? A. A neighborhood’s activity. B. Ms.Maryam’s program. C. Used clothes donation. D. Victims of a landslide E. Fund raising activity


17. Where can Ms. Maryam accept her neighbors’ questions? A. At her house. B. At her office. C. At the neighborhood. D. At the landslide area E. At the committee office. 18. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ms. Maryam. This sentence has the same meaning as …. A. Ms. Maryam is always ready to give information you need. B. Ms. Maryam is always ready to ask your questions. C. You are not charged if you contact Ms. Maryam. D. Ms. Maryam will give you questions freely. E. Ms. Maryam has questions to ask. The following text is for questions 19 and 20. BALI’S NEWEST APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT A DREAM BECOMES REALITY Sunwel Beach Residences Ketewel – Bali Prime Property – Prime Location – Prime Investment Only 5 minutes away from Sanur, directly at the beach All apartments with view to the sea, full hotel amenities Large pools, spa, fitness, sauna & steam, Parking, Restaurant For complete information please visit our website Invitation – stimulation – temptation Where: Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta (Leatris Room) When: 15th and 16th of January 2010 (15.00 – 21.00 WIB) For reservation: PT. Umadamai Phone: +62 361 759 958 or Email: For evey purchase prior to 31.01.2010 we will invite the buyer for the GroundBreaking- Ceremony Flight from Jakarta to Bali and a night in a luxury villa FREE

19. The text talks about …. A. Sunwel Beach Residences Ketewel. B. Bali’s apartment development. C. A dream becomes reality D. Hotel Mulia Senayan. E. Prime Property 20. Which of the following is not found in the advertisement? A. Large pools. B. Restaurant. C. Website. D. Fitness. E. Spa.


This text is for question 21. Dear Sue, Please accept our sympathies on your daughter’s death, Linda. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Please know that we are here for you. With Love, Agnes, Kathy and Bruce.

21. What is the message about? A. Expressing condolences. B. Expressing happiness. C. Expressing surprises. D. Expressing prayers. E. Expressing love. This text is for question 22 to 24. Dear Mr. Shoji, We have reviewed your application for credit, and it is our pleasure to inform you that an account has been opened for your company. Please feel free to use your account as often as you wish. A descriptive brochure is attached which outlines the terms and conditions upon which this account has been opened. Should your credit requirements change, or should you have any questions regarding to your new account, call this office and ask to speak to one of our account representatives. When you call, please have your account number available, in order that we might have quick access to your file. Best regards,

22. What is the letter about? A. An application to open a current account. B. An application to open a saving account. C. Requirement to open a bank account. D. A customer new charge credit card. E. A company credit account approval. 23. What is needed to have quick access to your file? A. Account representative. B. Descriptive brochure. C. Credit requirement. D. Account password. E. Account number.


24. “Please feel free to use your account as often as you wish.” (paragraph 2), What does the sentence mean? A. The account is free of charge. B. Mr. Shoji is free to account his money. C. Mr. Shoji wishes to use his account freely. D. Mr. Shoji can open his account quite often. E. Mr. Shoji can use his account anytime he needs. Answer Questions 25 to 28 based to the following text. HOUSE HUSBAND’S HEART RISK Most people assume that life in the rat race is bad for your health. But reversing the traditional gender roles, being a house husband is a stressful business, according to the latest research by American scientist. By giving up their jobs in order to become house husbands, men increase their risk of heart attack or coronary disease by as much as 82%, according to research based on 10 year study of 2,500 people in Boston, USA. Accoding to Dr. Elaine Eaker, the key to the problem is that some men became stressed about performing a role not traditionally assigm to them by society. Men who stays at home tend not to have the same levels of support from friends and family as women do the same. Jack O’Sullivan, of the Father’s Direct, was quoted as saying: “Society expects the main career should be a woman and society is structured around that. Day care is called mother and toddler groups and some men feel awkward about belonging to those groups. Professor Gary Cooper, a psychologist at the University of Manchester, said many men tend to underestimate the task of caring for a family. He said “Most men think being a house husband involves putting on a bit of washing, taking the kids to school and then putting their feet up with a cup of coffee. They are crazy. Most men are not used to performing a variety of activities simultanously – the kind of multi-tasking which is second nature to most women. It is estimated that men have taken over the main homemaker’s role in one in seven homes, as increasing numbers of women become the main breadwinner. The study also found that women in high-powered jobs were more likely to develop heart disease than those in more junior positions.

25. The main idea of the first paragraph is… A. People living in the rat race tend to have heart attacks. B. The research on house-husbands health involved 2,500 people. C. Scientists did some research on the people’s health living in Boston. D. House-husbands have understandable reasons why they gave up their jobs. E. The result of the research showed that house-husbands tend to have heart attacks. 26. “Some men became stressed about performing a role not traditionally assigm to them by society.” (paragraph 2) The statement above is the result of research done by… A. A psychologist B. Jack O’Sullivan C. Dr Elaine Eaker D. An American scientist E. Professor Gary Cooper


27. The purpose of the text is… A. To describe what a house husband is. B. To persuade readers not to become a house husband. C. To report the result of a research carried on by Dr Elaine Eaker. D. To explain to readers why house husbands are subjects to heart attack. E. To inform readers that 82% of house husbands suffer from heart attack. 28. Some house husbands become stressed because… A. They are jobless B. They earn less than their wives. C. Most people do not respect them. D. They do not join the daycare groups. E. They are not used to doing house keeping. The following text is for questions 29 and 31.

YONKERS, Nov 12th .A four alarm fire damaged 14 stores today in the Cross Country Shopping Center, the largest shopping center in Westchester Country. Two fire investigators said the blaze apparently started in a pile of cardboard cartons at the rear of a shore store and spread spread through a utilities duct above the 13 other stores. The fire started at 4.40 p.m. and was declared under control at 6.14 p.m. The center is on the Cross Country Parkway at the Gov.Thomas E.Dewey Thruway. Five fire-fighters were busy at the scene. Lieut.John Carey of the Yonkers Arson Squad said the cause of the fire was under investigation.

29. The text mainly tells us about…………. A. the Yonkers Arson Squad B. the blaze at a shoe store C. a fire in the shopping center D. a shopping center in the cross country E. The largest shopping center in Westcester County 30. The fire has lasted about…………. A. half an hour B.forty five minutes C. one hour D. one and a half hours E. two hours 31. How many investigators and fire fighters were involved in the scene? A.Two B.Seven C.Twelve D.Thirteen E.Fourteen


The following text is for questions 32 to 34. Ryan, my roomate, and I had a great weekend. Last Saturday we got up early and had a big breakfast. Then we took the bus to go downtown and went to an art museum. The museum opened at nine o’clock and we stayed there all morning. We saw some beautiful paintings. We had a guide who explained everything to us. I like all the art, but Ryan didn’t like the modern art very much. I bought copies of two paintings. I’m going to put them on the wall of my bedroom. At one o’clock, we were hungry so we had lunch at the museum cafetaria. After lunch we took a walk in the park near the museum. We went home at five o’clock. We were very tired, but we had a good time. On Sunday we stayed home and studied.

32. What did the writer and his roomate do last weekend? A. They had a big dinner. B. They went to an art museum. C. They watched people painting. D. They worked part time as a guide. E. They worked part time in a cafetaria. 33. The main idea of the second paragraph is …. A. the museum only displayed modern art B. a guide accompanied the visitors C. the writer liked all the art displayed at the museum D. the guide helped visitors to buy the paintings displayed E. Ryan and his roomate liked all the beautiful paintings at the museum 34. Which of the following you don’t agree with about Ryan? A. Ryan liked all the art displayed. B. Ryan was the writer’s roomate. C. Ryan and the writer had a great weekend. D. Ryan and the writer went to an art museum. E. Ryan and the writer had lunch at the museum cafetaria.


The following text is for questions 35 to 38.

A farmer came across a bird with a broken wing. He picked it u, took it home and looked after it lovingly, even though his wife complained bitterly about his wasting too much time on the creature. After some time, the wing mended and, because the bird did not want the farmer to have kept on arguing with his wife all the time, it decided to go back to its nest. When the farmer discovered that the bird was gone, he was so upset that he went out to look for it. Eventually, he found it again, and was greeted happily by the whole family of the bird. As a sign of their thanks for his care and attention, the birds gave him a little box, and told him not to open it until he got home. To his surprise, the farmer found the box full of precious stones. When his wife saw them, she decided that she too deserved a reward, and she went to see the birds. The birds gave her a little casket, but this one was full of devils. The devils jumped on her soon as she opened the casket and chased her away. Left alone, the farmer went to live near his friend, bird. There he built a hut of perfumed wood; and the birds decorated it with flowers of every kind.

35. Which of the following statements do you agree with? A. The farmer chased his wife away. B. The farmer lived happily with his wife. C. The famer’s wife took care of the bird. D. The bird was very thankful to the farmer. E. The farmer’s wife was a very kind woman. 36. The farmer’s new hut was … A. well furnished B. built by the birds C. a gift from the bird D. decorated luxuriously E. built of perfumed wood 37. What do we learn from the text? A. A gift shows kindness. B. Suffering brings happiness. C. Arguing makes you distessed. D. A good deed deserves a reward. E. Having no heart makes you isolated.


38. What is the main information discussed in the third paragraph? A. The bird left the farmer. B. The bird welcomed the farmer. C. The farmer got a little casket from the birds. D. The farmer was so angry and went out to find the bird. E. The farmer was happy having got a box of precious stones. The following text is for questions 39 to 42. The Houses of the Toraja

The ethnic groups in the mountain regions of southwest and central Sulawasi (Celebes) are known by the name of Toraja, which has come to mean “those who live upstream” or “those who live in the mountains”. Their name is in fact derived from the word Raja, which in Sanskrit means “king”. The society is hierarchically structured: the noblemen are called rengnge, the ordinary people to makaka, and the slaves to kaunan; birth determines which rank a person will occupy. The distinctive features of the traditional houses (tongkonan) of the Toraja are the “buffalo horns”, the roof design and the rich decoration on the walls. The buffalo is a symbol of status, courage, strength and fighting spirit. Designed as a rpresentation of the universe, the tongkonan is constructed in three parts: the upper world (the roof), the world of humans (the middle of the building), and the underworld (the space under the floor). The highly distinctive roofs constructed by Toraja have given rise to various ingenious interpretations. Certainly the roof is something of deep significance for the Toraja, and even today they bulid “modern” (in other words houses bulit with cement) houses with such roofs.

39. What is the text about? A. The culture of Toraja B. The society of Toraja C. The distinctive features of traditional houses D. The description of a traditional house of Toraja E. The ethnic groups of southwest and central Sulawesi 40. “…, and even today they bulid modern…” (Paragraph 3) The underlined word refers to… A. Raja B. Rengreng C. Society D. Toraja people E. Mountain regions


41. What are the ordinary people commonly called? A. Tongkonan B. Makaka C. Celebes D. Rengnge E. Kaunan 42. Which of the following does not symbolyze a buffalo? A. Status B. Courage C. Strength D. Cowardice E. Fighting Spirit The following text is for questions 43 to 46.

Antibiotic is a drug produced by certain microbes. Antibiotics destroy other microbes that damage human tissues. They are used to treat a wide variety of diseases, including gonorrhea, tonsillitis and tuberculosis. Antibiotic are sometimes called ‘wonder drugs’ because they can cure diseases such as meningitis, pneumonia and scarlet fever. But when the antibiotics are overused, or misused, these drugs make a person sensitive being attacked by superbug. Antibiotics do not always distinguish between harmless and dangerous microbes. If a drug destroys too many harmless micro-organism, the pathogenic ones – the dangerous microbes – will have a greater chance to multiply. This situation often leads to development of a new infection called supra infection. Extensive use of some antibiotics may damage organs and tissues. For example streptomycin, which is used to treat tuberculosis, has caused kidney damage and deafness. Resistance to antibiotics may be acquired by pathogenic microbes. The resistant microbes transfer genetic material to non – resistant microbes and cause them to become resistant. During antibiotic treatment, non-resistant microbes are destroyed, but resistant types survive and multiply. To avoid the side effect of antibiotics, you’d better not urge your doctor to prescribe antibiotics. Keep in mind that antibiotics are only useful for bacterial infections and have no effect on viruses, so they cannot be used for chicken pox, measles, and other viral diseases.

43. Which diseases cannot be cured by antibiotics? A. Tonsillities. B. Meningitis. C. Chicken pox. D. Tuberculosis. E. Scarlet fever. 44. What are discussed in paragraph two and four? A. Both paragraphs describe how antibiotics work. B. Both paragraphs tell about the effects of misusing antibiotics. C. Both paragraphs explain how antibiotics damage organs and tissues. D. Paragraph two tells what causes the pathogenic microbes multiply and paragraph four tells how the un-resistant microbes become resistant. E. Paragraph two tells how antibiotics destroy harmless microbes and paragraph four describes how the pathogenic microbes transfer genetic material to non-resistant microbes. 12

45. Choose one from the following which is not the effect of using antibiotics improperly? A. Organs and tissues are damaged. B. The pathogenic microbes multiply. C. Harmless micro-organisms are destroyed. D. Pathogenic microbes become non-resistant. E. New infection which is called suprainfection develops. 46. “Antibiotics do not always distinguish between harmless and dangerous microbes.” (Paragraph 2) The underlined word means …. A. B. C. D. E.

Vary Compare Correlate Contradict Differentiate

This text is for questions 47 to 50. Should Performance enhancing drugs be accepted in sports? The issue of using drugs to enhance athlete’s performance is controversial. Those who agree to the use of drugs in enhancing performance say that most top players in all sports take drugs to train haarder and feel no pain during play. The trainers, sports doctors, nutritionists, physiotherapists and managers of the big names make sure banned substances are taken at the safest and most efficient levels. The main effect of banning such substances has returned performers and their coaches into liars and cheaters. On the other hand, some still believe that performance enhancing drugs in sport sould be beanned. Performance enhancing drugs are not only prohibited because they violate the spirit of sport but becausethey can damage the health of athletes. I think the idea of allowing them in sports could lead to a situation whereby spostsmen and women are used as hman guinea pigs for a constant flow of new, unregulated substances.

47. What argument is given by those who disagree with the use of performance enhancing drugs? A. Athletes health is badly affected. B. Gunea pigs are awfully needed. C. Athletes consume more drugs. D. Athletes obey the rules. E. Athletes perform better. 48. According to the proponents of performance enhancing drugs, the effect of banning them is that performers become… A. Losers B. Winners C. Cheaters D. Hooligans E. Supporters


49. What is the writer’s intention to write the text? A. To persuade readers to aggree with the issue. B. To influence readers to oppose the issue. C. To describe performance enhancing drugs. D. To entertain readers with the issue. E. To expose readers with the issue. 50. How does the writer feel about the performance enhancing drugs? A. Neutral B. Positive C. Negative D. Indefinite E. Pessimistic



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