- Latihan Soal
Read the conversation below.
Tito : “And then I told him about my promotion. Can you believe it?”
Mira : “....”
The most appropriate expression to show that Mira is interested in the talk is ....
(A) no way!
(B) I am sorry
(C) stop talking
Read the conversation below.
Citra : “....”
The best expression to show compliment is ....
(A) what a gorgeous dress
(B) what a terrible hair
(C) are you here for a halloween party?
- Valid identification such as ID Card/ Student Card/ Driver’s License/ Passport.
- Formal proof of residence:
o If the city/ country stated in the valid identification is different from the city/ country of BGT Bank location.
o If the applicant’s valid identification does not provide definite address.
- Application form or (if online) reference number.
- Minimum initial Deposit Rp 150.000,00.
Steps (online application):
2. Create BGT User ID.
3. Activate your BGT User ID.
4. Sign in with your BGT User ID.
5. Fill in the application form.
6. Click submit and save your reference number.
7. Bring application documents to your nearest BGT Bank.
8. Follow the BGT branch procedure.
9. Your bank account have now been opened.
Steps (onsite application):
1. Bring application documents to your nearest BGT Bank.
2. Take the application form.
3. Fll in the application form.
4. Follow the BGT branch procedure.
Your bank account have now been opened
What is the common step between online and onsite application to open a bank account in BGT Bank?
(A) visit BGT Bank website
(B) create BGT User ID
(C) take the application form at the branch
(D) fill in the application form onsite
(E) bring application documents to the nearest BGT Bank
What TRUE according to the text?
(A) to open a bank account in BGT, the deposit must be Rp150.000,00
(B) get a reference number if you apply onsite
(C) you have to bring application documents to BGT even if you apply online
(D) you must provide formal proof of residence even if your ID provides definite address
(E) you must be at least 15 years old
Below are considered acceptable means of identification, EXCEPT ....
(A) ID Card
(B) Student Card
(D) Driver’s Licence
(E) Formal proof of residence
What is the best title for the text?
(A) How To Open a Bank Account In BGT Bank
(B) How To Borrow Money From BGT Bank
(C) How To Close an Account in BGT Bank
(D) How To Apply for A Credit Card In BGT Bank
(E) How To Be Accepted As BGT Bank Employees
The appearance of wizards in fantasy art, and description in literature, is uniform to a great extent, from the appearance of Merlin in Arthurian related texts to those of Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings. The association with age means that wizards, both men and women, are often depicted as old, white-haired, and (for men) with long white beards so majestic as to occasionally become host to lurking woodland creatures. It predates the modern fantasy genre, being derived from the traditional image of wizards such as Merlin. Some theorize the look of the wizard is modeled after the Germanic god Wôden or Odin as he was described in his wanderer guise as being an old man with a long gray beard, baggy robes, a wide-brimmed hat and walking with a staff, he has been hypothesized as the main influence for Tolkien’s Gandalf. Women, especially those termed ''enchantresses", are more likely to appear young, though that is often the effect of magic.
Their clothing is often typical as well. Wizards commonly wear robes or cloaks and pointed hats. These are often brightly colored and spangled with stars and moons, astrological symbols, or with magical sigils. They may also be of gold. The coloring may have significance within the fantasy worlds, in The Lord of the Rings, the wizards have colors assigned to them, indicative of rank. When Gandalf the Grey becomes Gandalf the White, it is a major ascension of status, whereas in the Dragonlance Dungeons and Dragons setting, the wizards show their moral alignment by their robes. Terry Pratchett described this common attire as away of establishing to those they meet that the person is capable of practicing magic.
Wizards may accessorize their wardrobe with magical props, such as crystal balls, wands, staves, books, potions, scrolls or tinkling bells, while often rounding out their appearance with ever-present animal companions, which may act as familiars. Stories in contemporary settings resembling the real world, such as those of Harry Potter, sometimes eschew some or all of these trappings for more conventional attire.
The underlined word “uniform” in paragraph 1 most nearly means ....
(A) the clothing worn by members of the same organization
Which may NOT be considered the wizard’s look?
(A) wearing robes or cloaks
(B) wearing pointed hats
(C) being an old man
(D) walking with a staff
(E) showing wisdom
What is NOT TRUE according to the text?
(A) enchantresses are more likely to appear young
(B) the Germanic god Odin is the main influence for Tolkien’s Gandalf
(C) in the Dragonlance Dungeons and Dragons, the wizard’s robes show moral alignment
(D) crystal balls may be one of wizard’s accessories
(E) wizard’s clothing is often typical