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PREDIKSI

UNAS 2007/2008

TEXT 1

That oil is indispensable to our every day live is not an exaggeration. Yet only few of us sometimes ask how this important 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 a remote place, and sometimes have to live under harsh conditions, to explore the earth or seabed for oil. Team members study the rocks and the soil, and if there are promising results, the next thing for the oil company to do is to send a drilling team to location. Again, this is not a simple matter.

Road, 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 oils founds.

The oil comes out from the well is still crude of course. It is first gathered in field storage thanks through pipelines. From here, another pipeline caries it directly to a refinery. Next, the crude oil is broken down into a number of finished product such as gasoline (petrol), kerosene (paraffin), diesel oil, and lubricant. Further processing yields aviation fuel, fertilizer and so on.

16. The above text mainly discusses ….

A. some products of oil

B. why oil is important to our life

C. how to make kerosene and gasoline

D. the process of digging out oil from the earth

E. how the drilling team get the oil form the earth.

17. Which statement is NOT TRUE according to the text?

A. The first drilling always succeeds in finding oil

B. The crude oil is gathered in a field storage tank

C. It is not an easy matter to take the oil from the wells

D. Oil companies send exploration teams to find the oils reserve

E. The drilling team is sent to the location if there are promising results.

18. The drilling team will be sent to the area ….

A. before the roads to the site are built

B. after it investigate the rocks and the soil

C. as soon as the oil has comes out from the earth

D. if the exploration team discovers the good result

E. to build the roads and bring the materials to the site

19. The word indispensable in paragraph 1 means

A. tough

B. critical

C. essential

D. beneficial

E. disapproved

20. From here, another pipeline carries is directly to refinery (par 4).

The underlined word refer to …

A. well

B. pipeline

C. the site

D. refinery

E. field storage

Text 2

SNAKES

Snakes are reptiles (cold-blooded animals). They belong to the same group as lizards (Squamata), but form a sub-group of their own (Serpentes).

Snakes have no legs but a long time ago, they had claws to help them slither along.

Snakes are not slimy, They are covered in scales, which are just bumps on the skin. The skin is hard and glossy to reduce friction as the snake slithers along the ground.

Snakes often sunbathe on rocks in the warm weather. This is because snakes are cold-blooded and they need the sun’s warmth to heat their body up.

Most snake live in the country. Some types of snakes live in trees, some in water, but most live on the ground, in deserted rabbit burrows, in thick long grass and in old log.

A snake’s diet usually consist of frogs. A Boa Constrictor can give you a bear hug which is so powerful. It can crush every single bone in your body. Some snakes are protected by scaring their enemies, like the Cobra, and some glide away from danger, like the Flying Snake. Their ribs spread apart and the skin stretches out.

(taken from : Student’s English Workbook XB)

21. The genre of the text is …..

a. report

b. discussion

c. explanation

d. analytical exposition

e. hortatory exposition

22. The first paragraph of the text functions as …..

a. thesis

b. abstract

c. orientation

d. identification

e. general classification

23. “Snakes often sunbathe on rocks in the warm weather. This is because snakes are cold-blooded and they need the sun’s warmth to heat their body up”.

This paragraph tells us about the snake’s …..

a. parts

b. habitat

c. behavior

d. general description

e. general classification

24. “They had claws to help them ‘slither along’. The underlined word means …..

a. fly

b. run

c. crawl

d. climb

e. escape

25. The main idea of the last paragraph is …..

a. The snake’s family

b. The types of snakes

c. How a snake survives

d. Where we can find snakes

e. What a snake usually feeds on

Text 3

Professor Carter visited Mr. and Mrs. Crocket on the side of town. After a good diner and a game of card, he said, “ I’m going to walk home now.”

Mrs. Crocket looked out the window and said, “It’s raining outside, please stay here tonight.” She went and prepared the guest room for him. After a few minutes, she came back to the living room, but the professor was not there.

Mr. and Mrs. Crocket waited for more than 30 minutes, and then they started to go to bed. But then some body knocked at the back door of the house.

It was the professor. He was very wet, Mr. Crocket and his wife were very happy to see him. They said, “You’re here.”

“Yes,” the professor answered.” I went home and got my pajamas.”

26. The form of this text is …

a. spoof

b. recount

c. narrative

d. anecdote

e. news item

27. The communicative purpose of this text is …

a. to explain why something occurs

b. to retell events with humorous twist

c. to share an account of unusual or amusing incident

d. to persuade the readers that something is the case

e. to retell events for the purpose of informing or entertaining

28. After reading this text, we can conclude that Professor Carter is a … person

a. selfish

b. humble

c. foolish

d. generous

e. very smart

29. The last paragraph of the text is called…

a. twist

b. coda

c. crisis

d. conclusion

e. recommendation

30. The following sentences are true except …..

a. Prof. Carter went home on foot

b. Prof. Carter went home to take his pajamas

c. Mrs. Crocket asked him to spend the night at her house

d. Prof. Carter lived next to Mr. and Mrs. Crocket’s house

e. Mr. and Mrs. Crocket were relieved to see Prof. Carter in front of the door.

Text 4

February 23rd, 2006

Dear Susan,

How are you? I’m writing to tell you about my holiday. It’s total disaster !

The plane was five hours late and we got to my cousin’s house at four o’clock on Sunday morning. Then we booked a hotel to stay. The next day I went to the beach for a swim. However, it’s miles from the hotel and it’s crowded. The sea was freezing and it’s polluted-there’s a chemical factory next to the beach.

The hotel was terrible, too. In the brochure, it is said that all the rooms had excellent views of the sea-from my room I can only see the hotel car park. The swimming pool was also lovely in the brochure but it’s really very small and full of children’s noise./

I always ate sandwich in my room at that time, because the waiters in the restaurant were rude and unfriendly. Everything was so boring for me.

You know what ? I never wanna go to that place again!

Well, it’s time for bed. I’d like to have a shower now.

Always

Sammy

31. The type of the text above is …..

a. narrative

b. recount

c. description

d. explanation

e. report

32. The generic structure of that text is …..

a. orientation-events-reorientation

b. orientation-complication-resolution-reorientation

c. issue-argument for-argument against-conclusion

d. general statement-description of the parts and qualities

e. orientation-interpretative recount-evaluation-evaluative summation

33. The last paragraph of the letter is called…..

a. coda

b. crisis

c. reiteration

d. orientation

e. reorientation

34. The waiters in the restaurant were rude and unfriendly

The underlined word has the same meaning as ….

a. uneasy

b. unfaithful

c. undesirable

d. unavoidable

e. unfavourable

35. Which of the following sentences is true according to the text …..

a. Sammy felt disappointed at the hotel’s services.

b. There was a disaster in the place of Sammy’s holiday

c. The location of the hotel was very close to the beach

d. Sammy very impressed with the lovely swimming pool

e. Sammy always ate sandwiches in her room because of the crowded restaurant

Text 5

In the spreading branches of leafy old neem tree lived a wise old crow. All day long, he would fly over town and villages in search of food. He would meet order birds and animals, make friends and gather news. In the evening, he would return to his home in the old tree, content with the way his day had been spent.

One year, the rains were late, and the land was hit by terrible drought. The water in the ponds and lakes and rivers began to dry up. Birds, animals and even people were dying of third. The pond on the banks of which the neem tree grew was shrinking every day till one morning it vanished completely. The crow was worried -how long could he carry on?

He flew all day in search of water. He had almost given up, when he suddenly saw an old earthen pitcher lying half-buried in the dried up mud of a village pond. At the very bottom of the pitcher, there was water. However, the pitcher was deep, its neck was too narrow and the crow could not reach the water. What was he to do to ?

The crow looked around saw that the’ ground was strewn with pebbles. He began to throw pebble into, the pitcher till the water in the pot had risen enough for him to drink.

The resourceful crow had enough water for a week and the rains cache after all. He did not give up even when it seemed impossible. If you try hard enough, even the most difficult problems can be solved. The important think is not to give up trying.

(Taken from http://www.longlongtimeago.com/11ta)

36. The first paragraph of the text functions as ….

a. thesis

b. abstract

c. orientation

d. identification

e. general classification

37. What is the writer’s purpose in writing the text?

a. To persuade the readers not to give up trying.

b. To entertain and to deal with problematic event of the crow.

c. To inform the readers the importance of trying hard to solve problems.

d. To describe the benefits of trying hard to solve problems everyday.

e. To persuade the readers that they should be like the crow in solving problems.

38. The complication of the story can be found in paragraph ….

a. 1

b. 2

c. 3

d. 4

e. 5

39. According to the text, Which statement is not true?

a. In the evenings, lie would return to his home in the old tree.

b. All day long, he would fly over towns and villages-in search of food.

c. He would meet other birds and animals, make friends and gather news.

d. One year, the rains were late, and the land was not hit by a terrible drought.

e. In the spreading branches of a leafy old neem tree there lived a wise old crow.

40. Which statement is true according to the text?

a. The resourceful crow had enough water for a day.

b. The crow was worried how long he could carry on.

c. Trying hard is the best way to solve many problems.

d. The water in the ponds and lakes and rivers began to be full.

e. The pond on the banks of which the necm tree grew was beautiful.

Text 6

Lilo and Stitch 2

Lilo and Stitch 2 is a little darker in tone. This VCD focuses primarily on Stitch, Lilo, and Lilo’s sister Nani.

It begins with Stitch’s bad dream about coming back to wreck havoc on the island, including threatening his friend, Lilo. Something is making Stitch go back into his old, naughty ways. In making his diagnosis, Jumba reveals at last story of his creation of Stitch, and how something that went wrong due to a fault when Jumba originally created him and if it isn’t somehow fixed, Stitch will die! Unfortunately, Stitch’s disorderly actions always seem to interfere with Lilo’s important preparations for the May Day hula competition-a competition that Lilo desperately wants to win in her mother’s memory. This sets up the main conflict with Lilo: is a victory in the hula competition, her attempt to get closer to the memory of her mother, more important than her continued friendship with Stitch, who suddenly seems intent on wrecking every thing? Jumba goes to work creating a fusion chamber that will re-charge Stitch’s molecules and wash out his badness but he can’t seem to build one that works. In the end, it’s Lilo’s faith in herself and the power of Ohana that offer the only chance to cure Stitch and fill his goodness level to tile top.

This film captures the emotional pitch of the original movie, while in sonic ways, deepening the characters. One main plot thread involves Lilo attempting to win the annual hula competition, For the first time, the movie explicitly mentions her mother. Lilo is initially depressed, because she doesn’t have a mom to help her make her costume for the contest. Moses awakens her interest by shoving Lilo an old scrapbook, with pictures of her mom, winning the hula contest! Lilo is also searching for inspiration for her hula dance, which conveys the spirit-of aloha.

It’s a four-star movie, especially for the wonderful heartfelt ending. Taken from Hello no. 240, November 2005.

41. What is the text about?

a. An album

b. A movie

c. A comic

d. A book

e. A music concert

42. The movie explicitly mentions Lilo’s mother for the first time when …

a. Lilo wins the annual hula competition

b. Lilo comes back to wreck havoc on the island

c. Lilo is searching for inspiration for her hula dance

d. Lilo is preparing for the May Day hula competition

e. Lilo is attempting to win the annual hula competition

43. It begins with Stitch’s bad dream about coming back to wreck havoc on the island. The underlined word means

a. place for rest

b. dangerous place

c. slight confusion

d. dangerous situation

e. widespread damage

44. The communicative purpose of the text is ….

a. ­to critique an art work for a public audience

b. to describe a particular person, place or thing

c. to present (at least) two points of view about an issue

d. to describe how something is accomplished through a sequence of actions

e. to amuse, entertain the readers and to deal with actual

45. The last paragraph of the text functions as …..

a. Evaluation

b. Orientation

c. Explanation

d. Interpretative recount

e. Evaluative summation

TEXT 7

IN THE CITY

Living in a city has both advantages and disadvantages. On the plus side, it is often easier to find work, and there is usually a choice of public transport, so you don’t need to own a car. Also, there are a lot of interesting things to do and places to see, For example, you can eat in good restaurants, visit museums and go to the theatre and to concerts. What is more, when you want to relax, you can usually find a park where you can feed the ducks or just sit on a park bench and read a book. All in all, city life is full of’ bustle and variety and you need never feel bored.

However, for every plus there is a minus. For one thing, you might have a job, but unless it is very well-paid, you will not be able to afford many of the things that there are to do, because living in a city is often very expensive. It is particularly difficult to find good, cheap accommodation. What is more, public transport is sometimes crowded and dirty, particularly in the rush hour, and even in the parks can become very crowded, especially on Sundays when it seems that every city – dweller is looking for some open space and green grass. Last of all, despite all the crowds, it is still possible to feel very lonely in a city.

In conclusion, I think that city life can be particularly appealing to young people, who like the excitement of the city and don’t mind the noise and pollution. However, many people, when they get older, and particularly When they have young children, often prefer the peace and fresh air of the countryside.

46. Which statement is true according to the text ?

a. Public transport is very crowded on Sundays

b. Despite all the crowd, rich people feel very lonely in a city

c. Finding good, cheap accommodation is not easy in a city

d. Older people who like the excitement of the city prefer living in a city

e. Young people who have young children don’t mind the noise and pollution

47. Why won’t you be able to afford many of the things in a city ?

a. since living in a city is often very dear

b. Because you don’t have a good job.

c. Since you might have a very well paid job

d. Because city life is full of bustle and variety.

e. Because it is particularly difficult to find good, cheap accommodation.

48. It is particularly difficult to find good, cheap accommodation.

Accommodation has about the same meaning as ….

a. a city park

b. food and drink

c. a well paid job

d. interesting places

e. rooms for living in

49. Which one belongs to the organization of the text …

a. Thesis-arguments-reiteration

b. Thesis-arguments-recommendation

c. Orientation-complication-resolution

d. A general statement – a sequenced explanation

e. Issue-statements of differing points of view-conclusion

50. The writer the arguments for in paragraph ….

a. 1

b. 2

c. 3

d. 1 and 2

e. 1 and 3

Satu Tanggapan to “PREDIKSI UNAS 2007/2008”

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