- Latihan Soal
Ira barely sleeps before midnight and ....
(A) Ita does not neither
(B) neither does Ita
(C) either does Ita
(D) does not Ita either
As soon as the midfielder ... the ball, the striker will shoot it to the goal.
(C) will pass
(D) has passed
The artificial flower ... from paper was sold on the market.
(A) which made
(B) was made
(D) it was made
The patient should avoid ... cosmetics during the skin recovery.
(A) to wear
(C) to wearing
X : Our cargoes are not ready yet, Sir.
Y : Well, I think we ... contact our customer to ask for some extra time.
(D) used to
Ana likes to wear ... when going to the party.
(C) a jewelry
(D) some jewelries
The class teacher insists that the students ... the assignments on time.
(A) hand in
(B) handed in
(C) to hand in
(D) handing in
Mars, ..., has two satellites.
(A) which the fourth planet from the sun
(B) it is the fourth planet from the sun
(C) the fourth planet from the sun
(D) is the fourth planet from the sun
Now that their children are grown up, Mr. And Mrs. Grayson live ....
(A) their selves
(C) by their selves
(D) by themselves
The outbound participants should ... for the footbridge on the river.
(A) look over
(B) look into
(C) look out
(D) look up
We made the juice from freshly ... orange.
(D) squeezing of
She has ... many books that she needs more room to keep them.
(A) such a
(C) so a
... to buy a new house, she rented a small room near her office.
(A) Being unable
(B) Be unable
(C) Having unable
(D) Because unable
Many people in that hotel were frightened ... the bombing threat issued by terrorists.
Susan decides ... that she has committed a crime.
(D) to confess
You ... the job if you were not late to the interview.
(A) would get
(B) would begotten
(C) would have gotten
(D) would have been gotten
While traveling to Mexico, the newlyweds ... the site of Aztec.
(A) has visited
(B) had visited
... the global economic crisis, many labors lost their job.
(A) Because of
(D) In spite of
The children ... by the time their parents got home.
(B) was sleeping
(C) has already slept
(D) had already slept
... her shyness, she would have become a great teacher.
(A) She had overcome
(B) Had she overcome
(C) If she overcame
(D) If she would overcome
By the time you get back, we ... care of everything.
(A) will take
(B) will be taking
(C) will have taken
(D) will have been taking
The Whitney Boomerang is the first ... which exceeds all crash testing requirements.
(A) two seater aircraft
(B) two-seater aircraft
(C) two-seatres aircraft
(D) two-seaters aircraft
Nothing went wrong when the director was gone, ...?
(A) did it
(B) didn’t it
(C) was it
(D) wasn’t it
Since there are many complaints about the new products, the company ... the products now.
(A) is recalling
(D) has recalled
Our first tourist destination is Asia is ... our next destination.
(A) farther than
(B) the farther than
(C) farthest than
(D) the farthest than
The little girl is taking care of the puppy with ..., affection, and kindness.
Promoting ... goods and services, the company salesmen also bid an opportunity to earn some profit.
The recent progress report ... to the Branch Manager.
(B) will submit
(C) will be submitted
(D) will be submitting
Choose the one word or phrase which would not be appropriate in standard write English!
The blueberry muffins made By (A) your mother are (B) as delicious with (C) than the chef made. (D)
The biggest mistake people can make with their (A) dogs is (B) to treat them (C) alike (D) humans.
The test materials (A) were developed by (B) the centrally government (C) and tested to all schools in (D) Indonesia.
The officially (A) reason for (B) the (C) delay of their flight to Singapore is (D) the bad weather.
The man was released (A) after the police realized that (B) he (C) was wrong (D) convicted of drug smuggling.
Jakarta, a (A) capital city of Indonesia, is (B) the most populous (C) city in (D) Southeast Asia.
Text A for number 41 - 46.
Police in New Jersey believe they have solved one of the longest running murder cases in the state’s history: the disappearance of five Newark teenagers in 1978. After tracking leads for 32 years, two men were arrested on March 22 and charged with herding the teens at gunpoint into an abandoned row house, tying them up and torching the building, setting a blaze so fierce police say the bodies were incinerated, destroying any evidence. Now prosecutors have a difficult task: prove the teens were murdered when their bodies were never found.
Murders without bodies were long considered one of the most complex challenges in the legal profession, but advances on technology have made the one unthinkable prospect common. The absence of the key piece of evidence-the corpse-poses unique problems for both prosecutors and defense attorneys, according to Thomas “Tad” DiBiase, a Washington-based lawyer who runs a website chronicling “no body” murders. He said the majority of the cases end in convictions or guilty pleas. “The body can tell you how the murder occurred” he said. “it can tell you when the murder occurred, it can tell you where the murder occurred, so by taking away the body you take away all the elements from the case-that makes it enormously difficult.
“The New-Jersey case was initially treated as a missing person’s case and no connections was made between the fire and the teen’s disappearances. In the decades since, any clues have been all but obliterated. The site of the fire is now a housing complex and additional case files were reportedly lost in courthouse flood.
What can be inferred from the passage about the New Jersey case?
(A) the prosecutors have enough evidence
(B) the convicts need to find a good lawyer
(C) the case needs to be closed
(D) the murderers will never be put into trials
The word their in paragraph 1 refers to ....
(A) the teens
(B) the murderers
(C) the police
(D) the prosecutors
In paragraph 3, the word obliterated is closest in meaning to ....
What is the main idea of the passage?
(A) the site of murders is an important clue
(B) the weapon of the murders has a significant role
(C) the bodies were the key piece of evidence
(D) the prosecutors were the key elements of a case
When was the murder of five Newark teenagers solved?
(A) in 1978
(B) in 2000
(C) in 2010
(D) in 2011
The author mentions all of the following about the New Jersey cases, EXCEPT ....
(A) it was the longest running murder case in the U.S.
(B) the site of the fire is now a housing complex
(C) the case files were lost in a courthouse flood
(D) it was originally treated as a missing person’s case
Text B for number 47 - 50.
The term Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) just simply means an enlarge prostate. It is generally believed to affect most men over the age of 45 (with various levels of severity). Overall, the number of men with BPH increases progressively with age. By age 60, 50 percent of men will have some signs of the condition. About one-third of these men will develop symptoms that require treatment. Prostate enlargement, or BPH, is not a malignant condition, but it does put pressure on the urethra and can cause a number of urinary symptoms such as frequent urination, urinary urgency, the need to get up at night to urinate, difficulty starting urination, a reduction in the force of urine stream, terminal dribbling, incomplete emptying bladder, and even the inability to urinate at all.
The prostate, a small gland that produce fluid for semen, is in an ideal positions to cause trouble. The glands wraps snugly around the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder. It’s a tight squeeze-and it only gets tighter as men grow older. As symptoms progress, a man may also at higher risk of bladder stones and bladder infection. The kidneys may be damaged from back pressure caused by the retention of large amounts of urine in the bladder. There may be sudden blockage of urinary tube, making urination impossible, and not infrequently, blood may be detected in the urine. The exact mechanism for the enlargement of the prostate gland remains unclear; however there are certain factors that are obviously involved. As men age, the male sex hormone Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) starts to build up in the prostate, which cause the prostate to slowly enlarge.
The Vahlensieck, AUSI and I-PSS rating systems are used to evaluate the severity of symptoms associated with BPH. All these methods are based on a limited number of questions associated with a numbered score: the total score is an evaluative index of BPH-associated severity, which can be from mild to moderate to severe. Severe symptoms that are associated with a very large prostate may require surgery.
The word it in paragraph 1 refers to ....
(A) prostate enlargement
(B) the symptoms
(C) the number of men
(D) the treatment
The following conditions are the indications of prostate enlargement, EXCEPT ....
(A) a terminal dribbling
(B) a frequent urination
(C) a week urinary stream
(D) a night time get up
The word snugly in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by which of the following ....