I. 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. PicturesQuestions 1 to 3.
For each item, there is a picture and four short statements about it on the tape. They are spoken two times, and are NOT WRITTEN out on your test book, so you must listen carefully. You must choose one sentence - (A), (B), (C), or (D) - that best describes the picture. Then, on your answer sheet, mark your choice.
Look at the picture and listen to the four sentences.
a. The basket is made of woven rattan. b. They shoot the ball to the basket. c. Some fruit is put in the basket. d. We need the basket for this stuff.
Choice (A) - “The basket is made of woven rattan” - best describes what can be seen in the picture. Therefore, you should mark (A) on your answer sheet.
Directions: In this part of the test, you will hear several questions spoken in English, followed by three responses, also spoken in English. The question and responses 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. You have to choose the best response to each question.
Now listen to a sample question.
You will hear : “Will you be here this summer?” You will also hear :
a. Yes. Summer is my favorite season. b. Yes. They will be here soon.
c. No, I won’t. I plan to visit my family.
Choice (c)- “No, I won’t. I plan to visit my family” - is the appropriate response to the question [will you be here this summer?]
Therefore, you should mark (C) on your answer sheet.
“Now let’s begin with question number 4.
4. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
5. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
6. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
7. Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
In this part of the test, you will hear several short conversations. The conversations will not be printed in your test book. You will hear the
conversations two times, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say.
In your test book, you will read a question about each conversation. The question will be followed by four answers. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet.
What do you learn from the conversation?
a. The girl is sixteen years old. b. The boy is twenty years old. c. The boy was born in March, d. The girl’s birthday is March 20.
Choice (c) - “The boy was born in March” - best answers the question [What do you learn from the conversation?].
Therefore, you should mark (c) on your answer sheet.
8. What does the man say about the weather?
a. It appears on TV.
b. The woman will bring an umbrella. c. The city will be wet.
d. The weather will be sunny.
a. Information about a sign. b. A question about a notice. c. A picture hanging on the wall. d. Permission to light a cigarette.
10.Why wasn’t the woman allowed to go further?
a. She was carrying prohibited stuff. b. Her daughter asked her not to. c. She didn’t have a boarding pass. d. Her plane had already left.
11.What does the man comment on?
a. Getting a job. b. Studying abroad.
c. Someone’s achievement. d. An improvement in studying.
Questions 12 to 15. Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear several short talks. Each will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand and remember what is said.
In your test book, you will read two or more questions about each short talk. Each question will be followed by four answers. You have to choose the best answer to each question and mark it on your answer sheet.
12.What process did the speaker describe?
a. How to stir the eggs. b. How to melt the sugar. c. How to choose good eggs. d. How to make a simple dessert.
13.What is the last step of making this pudding?
a. Mixing the ingredients. b. Steaming the mixture. c. Melting some sugar. d. Pouring the milk.
14.What is the purpose of the announcement?
a. To claim the customer service.
b. To find the women’s goods department. c. To persuade the shoppers to buy a purse. d. To inform shoppers that a purse was found.
15.If you want to claim the purse, where should you go?
a. To the shoppers.
b. To the customer service counter. c. To someone who turned it in. d. To the women’s goods department.
I. INCOMPLETE DIALOGUES.
Questions 16 - 25 are incomplete dialogues.
Four choices marked A, B, C, D are given beneath each dialogue. You have to choose the one that best completes the dialogues.
16.Sandy : Tomorrow afternoon my sister will have a birthday party....?
Elly : Well, I don’t think I can. Tomorrow my parents will go to Jakarta and I must stay at home.
Sandy : It’s ok. Never mind.
a. May I ask you about it b. Can you go by yourself c. Would you like to come d. What are you doing tomorrow
17.Operator : Sasando Hotel 821150, hello?
Mr. William : Good morning. ... to Mr. Pieter, the marketing manager?
a. Should I talk b. Can you ring out c. May I connect you d. Could you put me through
18.Diane : What do you like most here in this city? Mary : Well,.... There’s so much to see.
c. I love the steak very much d. I really like hot weather
19.Director : Has our company prepared some events to commemorate the independence day next month?
Manager : Not yet,....
a. We’ll still have to meet to decide the programs b. We are going to hold some sports competitions c. We’ve already celebrated the day with great events d. We will start the ceremony at 8 o’clock in the morning
20.Lusi : Excuse me,... the bus station please?
Ina : Okay, follow this way, turn right and then turn left. It is on your left. Lusi : Thanks.
a. How far is it to
b. Where is the location of c. How long does it take to d. Could you tell me the way to
21.Mrs. Thomas : I’ve just witnessed an accident. It was a hit and run. Police Officer Can you describe the car?
Mrs. Thomas : Well,..., I think.
a. it’s green with buttons down the front b. it’s a two storey one with air-conditioning c. it’s a small blue Japanese one with two doors d. it’s an expensive one with a wheel at the back
a. The certificates were being given b. The people are very busy right now c. The children were sleeping soundly d. The students are having an examination
23.Simon : Why didn’t you come to the seminar yesterday? Joanna : What seminar was it?
Simon : It was about new business strategies. Didn’t Carol send you the invitation?
Joanna : No...
a. I would have called her if I had come b. I would have asked her if I had received it c. I would have come if she had told me about it d. I would have sent it to her if she had asked me
24.Amin : I’m sorry for being late. My car broke down on my way here. Mr. Budi : ...
Amin : Thanks for your advice. I’ll do that.
a. You should call a taxi b. My driver can help you
c. I think I will send you a driver
d. You’d better have it checked regularly
25.Lia : How can I be admitted to the English club? Afifah : After completing the registration form, .... Lia : Do you know how much?
In questions 26 - 35, each sentence has four words or phrases underlined. The fourunderlined words are marked A, B, C, and D. You have to identify the underlined words or phrases that should be corrected or rewritten
26.Teacher : Speak louder, please. I am not hear what A B
you’re saying. C
Theo : All right. I will say it again. D
27.Dora : Should I work overtime to meet the deadline, sir? A B
Mr. Surya : No, you not have to. unless you can finish C D it on time.
28.The fact that is a student frequently absent from class A
indicates his or her lack of interest in school. B C D
29.The departure of the plane was be delayed because of A B the bad windy weather.
30.Assistant : Here’s the report you asked for. Is A
there anything else I should do? B
Accountant : Yes, could you please to help me put C
this file back before leaving? D
31.Puput : How do you compare traditional market to A B supermarket ?
Bandi : I think supermarket is most convenient than C D
32.Teacher : How did you feel about the final test? A
Student : It wasn’t very hard but some items really B
made me confusing. C D
33.Terry : Going home, Candy? Should you go home with me? A B
Candy : Thank you very much. That’s very kind of you. C
Terry : Never mind. I will pass your apartment anyway. D
34.Cook : Could you please check the eggs in the refrigerator? A
Assistant : There is only three eggs left. B C Cook : And what about our apples? Assistant : We still have five or six here. D
35.Gunardi : My name is Gunardi. I’ve reserved a car. A
Agent : I’ll need to see your driving license and a B
credit card, Sir. Should you like a sedan, van, or wagon? C D
Questions 36-50 are based on a selection of reading materials. You have to choose the best answer A, B, C, and D to each question.
Questions 36-39 refer to the following letter!
Dear Human Resources Director:
I just read an article in the New and Observer about Taylor’s new computer center just north of Durham. I would like to apply for a position as an entry-level
programmer at the center.
I understand that Taylor produces both in-house and customer documentation. I am a fresh graduate of DeVry Institute of Technology in Atlanta with an
Associate’s Degree in Computer Science. In addition to having taken a broad range of courses, I served as a computer consultant at the college’s computer center where I helped train computer users on new systems.
I will be happy to meet you at your convenience and discuss how my education and experience match your needs. You can reach me at my home address, at (9191) 233-1552, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sincerely, Raymond Krick
36.Why did Mr. Krick write the letter?
a. To apply for a job.
b. To ask for some information. c. To introduce himself to Taylor.
d. To explain his educational background.
37.How does Mr. Krick know the vacancy?
a. From the radio. b. From a colleague. c. From a newspaper. d. From the television.
38.What will the Human Resources Director probably do after reading the letter?
a. Evaluate the salary offered. b. Start working at Taylor, Inc.
d. Ask Mr. Krick to come for an interview
39.What is the synonym of the word ‘fresh’?
a. Old b. New c. Urgent d. Present
Questions 40 - 43 refer to the following notice. NOTICE FOR VISITORS
No food or drink.
No smoking in the reading rooms.
Magazines and reserved books may not be borrowed.
Students may borrow up to four books at a time.
Records and cassettes may not be borrowed.
Articles and parts of books may be copied for personal use.
40.What’s the notice about?
. School regulations. a. Library regulations. b. An office announcement. c. A bookstore advertisement.
41.How many books may students borrow at a time?
42.According to the notice, visitors can do the followings, EXCEPT:
. Eat and drink. a. Borrow some books. b. Have copies of articles.
c. Read magazines and reserved books.
43.The antonym of the word ‘personal’ is ....
. alone a. public b. by myself c. individual
Questions 44-46 refer to the following announcement!
Police are trying to locate Miss Elsie Pearson, age 70, who disappeared from Kurnia’s Home for the Elderly on Wednesday night. Miss Pearson is 165
centimeters tall, weighs 100 kilograms, and has short brown hair. She wears thick glasses, has a light complexion, and brown eyes. When last seen she was wearing a short blue jacket, brown slack and black shoes.
44.What is the announcement about?
. A missing person. a. A police’s research. b. Kurnia’s Home for ederly. c. Miss Pearson’s appearance.
. She’s overweight. a. She’s ideal weight. b. She’s slim.
c. She’s Tiny.
46.Which statement is true about Miss Pearson?
. She is an old lady.
a. She was wearing a blue dress. b. She has brown hair and black eyes. c. She left Kurnia’s home in the morning.
Questions 47-50 refer to the following schedule! FLIGHT SCHEDULE
To Yogyakarta Direct Flight: Airlines Flight No. Frequency Departure Arrival Garuda Indonesia GA Daily 06:30 07:35
Garuda Indonesia GA Daily 09:30 10:35 Garuda Indonesia GA Daily 11:30 12:45 Garuda Indonesia GA Daily 14:30 15:45 Garuda Indonesia GA Daily 17:30 18:45 Garuda Indonesia GA Daily 19:30 20:45 Sempati Air SG Daily 08:45 09:35 Sempati Air SG Daily 15:45 16:50 SempatiAir SG Daily 17:45 18:45
Merpati Nusantara MZ Daily 15:15 14:15 Bouraq Indonesia Airlines BO Daily 16:35 17:35
47.How many airlines have direct flights from Jakarta to Yogyakarta?
48.How often does the direct flight from Jakarta to Yogya run?
. Everyday a. Twice a week b. Twice a day c. Every week
49.How long does it take from Jakarta to Yogyakarta by Bouraq Indonesia Airlines?
. One hour a. Two hours b. Three hours c. Four hours
50.The word ‘arrival’ in the text has a similar meaning to the word: