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KODE : UC II-002

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SMA XAVERIUS 1 PALEMBANG


Alamat : Jalan Bangau 60/1258, Telp. 358005, 368630, Palembang

UJI COBA II UJIAN NASIONAL


TAHUN PELAJARAN 2006/2007

MATA PELAJARAN : BAHHASA INGGRIS


KELAS/PROGRAM : XII / IPA-IPS
HARI/TANGGAL : Kamis, 1 Maret 2007
WAKTU : 07.00 – 09.00

PETUNJUK UMUM

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

Listening Section
In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. There
are 2 parts to this section, with special directions for each part.

Part I
Question 1 to 9
Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues or questions spoken in English. The dialogues or
questions will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully
to understand what the speakers say.

After you hear a dialogue and the question about it, read the four possible answers and decide which one
would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Now listen to a sample question.

Diperdengarkan:
Man : What about exercising tomorrow morning?
Woman: All right. Pick me up at six.

Pertanyaan diperdengarkan :
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Narrator : What will the man do?


Ditulis di lembar Soal siswa : Sample answer
a. Come to her house.
b. Give an exercise book to her.
c. Leave the woman alone.
d. Greet the woman.

The best answer to the question is “Come to her house.” Therefore, you should choose answer (a).

1. a. It’s hot weather.


b. His shoes hurt his feet.
c. He has walked a lot.
d. He didn’t wear socks.

2. a. At the stock exchange.


b. At a restaurant.
c.At a train station.
d. At a clothing store.

3. a. Walk on the platform.


b. Go back home.
c.Get on the train.
d. Have some hot coffee.

4. a. Lost.
b. Hungry.
c.Angry.
d. Worried.

5. a. He wants his eggs fried.


b. He had a bad dream.
c.He wants coffee the most.
d. He doesn’t put anything in his coffee.

6. a. I’m sorry to hear that.


b. I’m sorry.
c.Don’t worry about it.
d. Don’t mention it.

7. a. That’s a good idea.


b. That’s allright.
c.I wish I could.
d. No problem.

8. a. Why don’t you feel good?


b. Why don’t you take some aspirin?
c.Why do you not feel good?
d. Why do you get a terrible headache?

9. a. I don’t think so.


b. I think so.
c.I don’t disagree.
d. That’s a good idea.

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Part II
Questions 10 to 15.
Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear several monologues. Each monologue will be spoken two times. They
will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say.
After you hear a monologue and the questions about it, read the four possible answers and decide which
one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard.

10. a. Wales.
b. Scotland.
c.Northern Ireland.
d. England.

11. a. Northern Ireland.


b. The Republic of Ireland.
c. Wales.
d. Scotland.

12. a. 83 plays.
b. 13 plays.
c.38 plays.
d. 30 plays.

13. a. About 20 years old.


b. About 21 years old.
c.About 22 years old.
d. About 23 years old.

14. a. Witches.
b. Black cats.
c.Bad luck.
d. Superstition.

15. a. Good luck will come.


b. Bad luck will come.
c. A witch will come.
d. A warlock will come.

This is the end of the listening section

Reading Section

Text 1

A month ago I had no idea that on a Saturday afternoon in November I’d be hanging 30 metres
above the ground and enjoying it. Now I looked down at the river far below me, and realised why people
love rock-climbing.
My friend Matt and I had arrived at the Activity Centre on Friday evening. The accommodation
wasn’t wonderful, but we had everything we needed (beds, blankets, food), and we were pleased to be out
of the city and in the fresh air.
On Saturday morning we met the other ten members of our group. Cameron had come along with
two friends, Kevin and Simon, while sisters Carole and Lynn had come with Amanda. We had come from
various places and none of us knew the area.

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We knew we were going to spend the weekend outdoors, but none of us was sure exactly how. Half
of us spent the morning caving while the others went rock-climbing and then we changed at lunchtime.
Matt and I went to the caves first. Climbing out was harder than going in, but after a good deal of pushing,
we were out at last – covered in mud but pleased and excited by what we’d done.

16. What is the purpose of the text?


a. To say how she spent some free time.
b. To advertise the Activity Centre.
c. To explain how to do certain outdoor sports.
d. To describe some people she met.
e. To encourage people to take the holiday.

17. What can the reader learn from the text?


a. Which time of year is best to attend the Centre.
b. When to depend on other people at the Centre.
c. How to apply for a place at the Centre.
d. Why it is important to have outdoors on the weekend.
e. What sort of activities you can experience at the Centre.

18. How do you think the writer might describe her weekend?
a. Adventurous.
b. Unpleasant.
c. Frightening.
d. Interesting.
e. Relaxing.

19. What do we learn about the group?


a. Some of them wanted to go home earlier.
b. They came from the same city.
c. Some of them had been there before.
d. They had already chosen their preferred activities.
e. Some of them already knew each other.

20. …., but none of us was sure exactly how. (Paragraph 4). The underlined word means ….
a. Precisely.
b. Initially.
c. Preciously.
d. Conveniently.
e. Successfully.

Text 2

Winter is dangerous because it’s so difficult to know what is going to happen and accidents take
place so easily. Fog can be waiting to meet you over the top of a hill. Ice might be hiding beneath the
melting snow, waiting to send you off the road. The car coming towards you may suddenly slide across the
road.
Rule Number One for driving on icy roads is to drive smoothly. Uneven movements can make a car
suddenly very difficult to control. So every time you either turn the wheel, touch the brakes or increase
your speed, you must be as gentle and slow as possible. Imagine you are driving with a full cup of hot
coffee on the seat next to you. Drive so that you wouldn’t spill it.
Rule Number Two is to pay attention to what might happen. The more ice there is the further down
the road you have to look. Test how long it takes to stop by gently braking. Remember that you may be
driving more quickly than you think. In general, allow double your normal stopping distance when the road
is wet, three times this distance on snow, and even more on ice. Try to stay in control of your car at all
times and you will avoid trouble.

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21. What is the writer trying to do in the text?


a. Warn people against driving in winter.
b. Give information about winter weather.
c. Advice people about safe driving in winter.
d. Complain about bad winter driving.
e. Explain about the danger of driving on the roads.

22. Why do you think somebody would read this text?


a. To obey traffic rules more thoroughly.
b. To get information on driving lessons.
c. To decide when going travelling.
d. To learn about better driving.
e. To find out about the weather.

23. Why does the writer talk about a cup of coffee?


a. To explain the importance of smooth movements.
b. To show how it can be spilled.
c. To allow drivers to have refreshments.
d. To let drivers become more relaxed.
e. To advise drivers to drink a cup of coffee before driving.

24. What does the writer think?


a. People drive too fast in winter.
b. Winter drivers should use their brakes less.
c. Drivers should expect problems in winter.
d. It takes a long time to drive in winter.
e. People should avoid driving in the snow.

25. “….what is going to happen and accidents take place so easily.” (Paragraph 1)
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….
a. Cause. c. Endanger. e. Avoid.
b. Occur. d. Obtain.

Text 3
In recent years, the Detroit area has experienced important changes in its industry mix. Not by
chance – by design. The Detroit Regional Chamber, local governments and the Michigan Economic
Development Corporation have been successful in attracting new business to the area. The region is
attractive to many companies because of the kinds of firms – potential customers – already doing business
here. A significant change has been a shift from manufacturing employment to service sector employment,
including business services, health care and engineering establishments. The service sector now makes up
33% of the area’s employment. In 2001, manufacturing companies employed 20% of area’s workers,
compared with 27% just 15 years ago.
Business services are the region’s largest employer and one of the fastest growing. Companies for
computer and data processing services, engineering and architectural services, tourism, and entertainment
business, and training and education organizations are also expanding. Health services are the third-largest
sector and employ about 181,000 people. Individual doctor’s offices and clinics, hospitals, and nursing and
personal-care facilities are numerous and ready to provide top-notch care.

26. What does the text tell us?


a. Potential customers.
b. Nursing and personal care.
c. Expanding of training and tourism.
d. Health care and engineering establishment.
e. Business and industry trends in Detroit area.
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27. The main idea of paragraph 2 is that ….


a. Health services are the largest sector.
b. Top notch care is provided by hospitals.
c. Hospitals are the fastest growing business.
d. The business services are the fastest growing.
e. Detroit is attractive to so many companies.

28. All these statements are true, except ….


a. Detroit area has experienced important changes in its industry mix by chance.
b. A significant change includes business services, health care and engineering establishment.
c. Manufacturing companies employed 20% of the area workers in 2001.
d. Tourism and entertainment business are also expanding.
e. Health services are the third largest sector.

29. Which of the following sectors has made the most significant change in the Detroit area?
a. Services.
b. Education.
c. Engineering.
d. Manufacturing.
e. Entertainment.

30. “Not by chance – by design.” (Paragraph 1)


The underlined word can be replaced by ….
a. Luck.
b. Intention.
c. Effort.
d. Strive.
e. Hope.

Text 4

Each society has its own beliefs, attitudes, customs, behaviours, and social habits. These give
people a sense of who they are, how they should behave, and what they should or should not do. These
‘rules’ reflect the ‘culture’ of a country.
People become conscious of such rules when they meet people from different cultures. For example,
in some cultures, being on time can mean turning up several hours late for an appointment, even for a
business meeting; in others, 3 p.m. means 3 p.m. Also, the rules about when to eat vary from culture to
culture. Many North Americans and Europeans are used to having three mealtimes a day and organizing
their timetable around them. In some countries, on the other hand, people often do not have strict rules like
this – people eat when they want to and every family has its own timetable.
When people visit or live in a country for the first time, they often surprised at the differences that
exist between their own culture and that in the other country. The most common way of comparing two
cultures is in terms of their differences – not their similarities.

31. What does the writer want to tell you?


a. Strict rules. c. Culture differences. e. Culture similarities.
b. Mealtimes day. d. Culture in a country.

32. New comers often feel …because their own culture is not similar to that in the new country.
a. Astounded.
b. Bored.
c. Disturb.
d. Uninterested.
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e. Embarrassed.

33. Which statement is true according to the text?


a. There are no people becoming conscious of a new culture.
b. There are no countries having strict rules of mealtimes.
c. There are no problems for people who visit a country for the first time.
d. There are no strict rules of mealtimes in some countries.
e. There are no similarities between a culture in one country and in another.

34. In some cultures people may … for a business meeting.


a. Come late.
b. Eat strictly.
c. Be surprised.
d. Behave differently.
e. Use their own timetable.

35. “Being on time can mean turning up several hours late …” (Paragraph 2). The underlined phrase means
….
a. Arriving.
b. Emerging
c. Appearing.
d. Exposing.
e. Displaying.

Text 5
Long ago there was a king who had a beautiful daughter. He loved her very much. Everyday the
Princess would sit by the old palace well and toss a golden ball high in the air and let it drop. She loved to
play this game.
One day she accidentally tossed her ball too high. When it came down she could not catch it. It fell
deep in the well. The Princess began to cry. “Why are you crying?” said a voice behind her. The Princess
looked down. She saw a frog. “Oh, please, Frog”, said the Princess, I lost my ball down the well. If you
bring it back to me, I will do anything you want.” “Anything at all?” asked the frog. “Yes, anything”, said
the Princess.
So the frog dived into the well and gave the ball back to the Princess. “I don’t want money or
property”, said the frog. “Let me live with you and be favourite friend.” The Princess did not really want to
let the frog came and live with her as her favourite friend but she was an honest Princess. When she made a
promise she kept it. So the frog came back with her to the palace.
One day the Princess discovered that the frog had turned into a handsome Prince so they got
married and lived happily ever after.

36. What is the purpose of the above text?


a. To tell about an honest Princess.
b. To amuse the readers about the Frog Prince.
c. To inform the readers about the importance of honesty.
d. To explain the king’s daughter’s game.
e. To persuade the readers to follow the story.

37. Which of the following text organizations does the first paragraph describe?
a. Resolution. c. Orientation. e. Elaboration.
b. Complication. d. Conclusion.

38. Why did the frog dive into the well?


a. To meet the princess.
b. To turn into a handsome prince.
c. To play with the ball.

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d. To return to his place.


e. To get the ball.

39. Where did the princess usually spend her time playing the ball?
a. Near the old palace well.
b. By the forest.
c. Behind the old palace.
d. Inside the palace.
e. By the warehouse of the old palace.

40. “One day she accidentally tossed her ball too high.” (Paragraph 2) The underlined word is closest in
meaning to ….
a. Inappropriately. c. Unreasonably. e. Inaccurately.
b. Unwillingly. d. Unintentionally.

Text 6
There are lots of entrepreneurs who have been successful in Indonesia. They use their savings or
other people’s saving to buy raw materials, hire labour, and buy machinery to produce goods or services.
Entrepreneurs’s job is undertaking business ventures (risks). Entrepreneurs usually receive profit. The
cheaper the cost of producing goods and services, the greater will be the profit earned by entrepreneurs.
Therefore they weight carefully the prices of land, labour, and capital.
Partnership is the state of being a partner to carry on business in association with another or others.
The generous and rich entrepreneurs or industrialists will help the other entrepreneurs who have gone
bankrupt to be able to survive by giving financial aid, suggestion, and training, etc. Then they co-operate in
business. They should be honest in business affairs.
Most of them are becoming richer and richer. But there are also a few entrepreneurs who are not
successful. Their companies went bankrupt. There are also lots of industries which cannot produce goods
well. They need capital and labours.

41. From the second paragraph we can conclude that ….


a. There is a good co-operation among entrepreneurs.
b. The generous entrepreneurs just help the rich ones.
c. The generous entrepreneurs just wait for their failures.
d. The generous entrepreneurs help the new entrepreneurs.
e. The successful entrepreneurs only think about them.

42. Which of the following statement is true?


a. Entrepreneurs rarely get profit.
b. The moral aid is given to bankrupt entrepreneurs.
c. Several entrepreneurs fail in their business.
d. There are a few successful entrepreneurs in Indonesia.
e. Partnership is the state of being a partner to discuss business.

43. Which of the following statements is not true?


a. Only a few entrepreneurs have been successful in Indonesia.
b. The rich entrepreneurs will aid the bankrupt ones.
c. The bankrupt entrepreneurs need capital badly.
d. The bankrupt entrepreneurs also need suggestion from the successful ones.
e. Entrepreneurs produce goods using their savings.

44. “Then they co-operate in business …” (Paragraph 2). What does the underlined word refer to?
a. The rich entrepreneurs.
b. The generous entrepreneurs.
c. The rich and the bankrupt entrepreneurs.

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d. The generous entrepreneurs and industrialists.


e. The generous and rich entrepreneurs or industrialists and the bankrupt ones.

45. “Partnership is the state of being a partner to carry on business in association …” (Paragraph 2). The
underlined word “carry on” means …
a. Plan.
b. Manage.
c. Practise.
d. Support.
e. Continue.

Text 7

The petroleum we obtain today was formed under the ground for many millions of years. In the
past, small animals living in the sea sank to the seabed when they died. Layers of these creatures built up
over millions of years, and the actions of heat, pressure and bacteria turned their bodies into petroleum. The
petroleum spread through porous rocks until it came to impervious rocks. In this way, pockets of petroleum
were formed beneath the ground. Over many thousands of years, this land rose above the sea, and deposits
of oil are now found on or near land.
Oil companies employ scientists to study rocks and discover where oil is likely to be found. If it
seems likely that oil exists beneath their feet, they will drill a narrow hole to find out whether there is any
oil. They may be unsuccessful; if a new field is being explored, there is one chance in nine of discovering
petroleum.

46. What is the text about?


a. Deposits of oil. c. Impervious rocks. e. Oil companies.
b. Pockets of petroleum. d. The petroleum.

47. The first paragraph is about …


a. How petroleum was formed.
b. Small animals living in the seabed.
c. How long petroleum was formed.
d. What has happened beneath the ground.
e. The spread of petroleum.

48. Which of the following statements is true according to the text?


a. Heat, pressure and bacteria play an important role in the formation of petroleum.
b. Scientists always succeeded in finding a new oil field.
c. Scientists are employed to form petroleum.
d. Animals living in the seabed bring deposits of oil to the surface of water.
e. Oil is usually found on the surface of water.

49. “…and deposits of oil are now found on or near land.” (Paragraph 1) The underlined word means …
a. Appeared. c. Come. e. Shown.
b. Discovered. d. Floated.

50. “The petroleum spread through porous rocks until it came to impervious rocks.” (Paragraph 1)
The underlined word means “not allowing anything to …”
a. Catch up. c. Break into. e. Look at.
b. Suffer from. d. Pass through.

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This is the end of the reading section

Minyak bumi kita memperoleh hari ini dibentuk di bawah tanah selama jutaan tahun .
Di masa lalu , hewan kecil yang hidup di laut tenggelam ke dasar laut ketika mereka
meninggal . Lapisan makhluk ini dibangun selama jutaan tahun , dan tindakan
panas , tekanan dan bakteri berubah tubuh mereka menjadi minyak bumi . Minyak
bumi yang menyebar melalui batuan berpori sampai datang ke batu tahan . Dengan
cara ini , kantong-kantong minyak bumi terbentuk di bawah tanah . Selama ribuan
tahun , tanah ini naik di atas laut , dan deposit minyak kini ditemukan di atau dekat
tanah .

Perusahaan minyak mempekerjakan para ilmuwan untuk mempelajari batuan dan


menemukan di mana minyak mungkin ditemukan . Jika ada kemungkinan bahwa
minyak ada di bawah kaki mereka , mereka akan mengebor sebuah lubang sempit
untuk mencari tahu apakah ada minyak apapun . Mereka mungkin tidak berhasil ; jika
bidang baru sedang dieksplorasi , ada satu kesempatan di sembilan menemukan
minyak bumi .

Faksimili, sering disebut fax , adalah jauh dari transmisi teks dan gambar melalui saluran telepon .
Layanan berita sering menggunakan faksimili untuk mengirim berita , cerita , dan foto-foto surat kabar
dan stasiun televisi . Bank , firma hukum dan bisnis lainnya menggunakan faksimili untuk mengirim
salinan dokumen , untuk klien dan organisasi lainnya .
Sebuah alat yang disebut mesin faksimili yang digunakan untuk transmisi dan menerima gambar .
Mesin faksimili menyerupai mesin fotokopi kecil . Namun, mereka dilengkapi dengan telepon atau
terhubung ke satu . Untuk mengirim dokumen , pengguna memasukkan ke mesin dan memanggil
nomor telepon dari mesin faks penerima . Setelah sambungan dibuat , scanner elektronik pada mesin
pengirim bergerak melintasi halaman dan mengkonversi gambar satu set sinyal-sinyal listrik . Sinyal-
sinyal ini perjalanan melalui jalur telepon ke mesin faks penerima . Mesin yang mengubah sinyal listrik
kembali menjadi sebuah gambar dari dokumen asli dan kemudian mencetak salinan .
Beberapa orang bisnis menggunakan mesin faks desktop kecil atau model portabel di rumah atau
ketika mereka melakukan perjalanan . Sebuah komputer pribadi juga dapat digunakan untuk mengirim
dan menerima dokumen jika dilengkapi dengan papan sirkuit elektronik khusus yang disebut papan
faks

Apakah teks tentang ?

a . Simpanan minyak .
b . Kantong minyak bumi .
c . Batu tahan .
d . Minyak bumi .
e . Perusahaan minyak .

47. Paragraf pertama adalah tentang ...


a . Bagaimana minyak bumi terbentuk .
b . Hewan kecil yang tinggal di dasar laut .
c . Berapa lama minyak bumi terbentuk .
d . Apa yang terjadi di bawah tanah .
e . Penyebaran minyak bumi .

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48. Manakah dari pernyataan berikut ini benar menurut teks ?


a . Panas , tekanan dan bakteri memainkan peranan penting dalam pembentukan minyak bumi .
b . Para ilmuwan selalu berhasil menemukan ladang minyak baru .
c . Para ilmuwan bekerja untuk membentuk minyak bumi .
d . Hewan yang hidup di dasar laut membawa deposito minyak ke permukaan air .
e . Minyak biasanya ditemukan pada permukaan air .

49. " ... dan deposit minyak kini ditemukan di atau dekat tanah . " ( Ayat 1 ) Kata digarisbawahi berarti
...

a . Muncul .
b . Ditemukan .
c . Ayo .
d . Melayang .
e . Tampil .

50. " The minyak menyebar melalui batuan berpori sampai datang ke batu tahan . " ( Ayat 1 )
Kata yang digarisbawahi berarti " tidak membiarkan apa pun untuk ... "

a . Mengejar ketinggalan.
b . Menderita .
c . Masuk ke .
d . Melewatinya.
e . Melihat.

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