Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 9




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

PART V. Directions: From questions 16 – 20, four clauses/sentences, marked (A), (B), (C), or (D),
are given beneath each incomplete dialog. Choose the one clause/sentence that best
completes the dialog. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and
mark your answer.

16. Renita: Do you think that education should be free, especially for poor people?
Alfian : ... because this is what they really need.
A.No. I‟m not on your side
B.No. They will be spoiled
C.I‟m afraid it‟s unnecessary
D.Sure. It will give much help

17.Shop keeper: Excuse me, ma‟am. …?

Shopper: Can you weigh a kilogram of grapes, please?
A.Will you help me
B.How can I help you
C.Could you give me a hand
D.Can you do something for me

18. Jane: Good morning, …? I‟m Jane.

Nina: Yes. Yesterday. How are you, Ms. Jane?
A.Have you printed your name
B.Shall we talk again later
C.Could we start it now
D.Have we met before

19. Daughter: My friends said that the Pisa tower is popular in the world. Is it true?
Father : Yes. ... every year.
A.It is sometimes closed on weekends.
B.It is always renewed and repainted.
C.It is admired by Europeans only.
D.It is visited by so many people.

20. Alivia : When did you finish fixing the vehicle?

Kenzy: …
A.I think I‟ll finish it tomorrow.
B.Last night before I went home.
C.I have asked the mechanic to fix it.
D.They sent it yesterday before lunch.

PART VI. Directions: Questions 21 – 29 are based on short dialogs of certain situation, such as
invitation, daily activity, opinion, etc. Choose the one best answer, (A), (B), (C), or (D),
to each question. Answer all the questions following each short dialog on the basis of
what is stated or implied in the dialog. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of
the question and mark your answer.

Questions 21 - 23 are based on the following short dialog.

Mary: Will you be free this Sunday?

Lucy : Sure. Is there anything I can do?
Mary: Well, we‟re having our wedding anniversary party. So, I‟d be delighted if
you could come.
Lucy : I am in! Just try to stop me.
Mary: Great. The party is at my house at seven.
Lucy : Okay, thanks.

21.What is the dialog mainly about?

A.An ordinary weekend program
B.A special wedding party
C.An invitation to a party
D.A Sunday anniversary

22.What will Lucy probably do on Sunday?

A.Hold a new party
B.Come to the event
C.Call Mary for a help
D.Celebrate her wedding

23.“So, I‟d be delighted if …” (line 3)

The underlined word could be best replaced with ….

Questions 24 – 26 are based on the following short dialog.

Adit : Hey, good morning. How are you doing?

Haris: Good morning, Adit! It‟s only 7, why are you up so early?
Adit : Well, I always have my morning jog on weekends. Why don‟t you join me?
Haris: Morning jog? That‟s great idea. I‟ve always wanted to improve my fitness.
Adit : Yeah, I know. I figured we could both jog together and it‟d be more fun.
Haris: Absolutely! I rarely have morning exercise because I think I‟m lazy enough
to do it by myself.
Adit : Great! Now, get to the city park in 15 minutes and wear your jogging shoes.
Haris: Sure! See you there.
24.What are they talking about?
A.Haris‟s typical morning activities.
B.An appointment to go to the city park.
C.Adit‟s invitation to have a morning jog.
D.An advice to do a morning exercise everyday.

25.Haris rarely goes jogging in the morning because ....

A.Adit never asks him to do so
B.he feels reluctant doing it alone
C.Adit often wakes up early in the morning
D.he really wants to improve the shape of his body

26.” I figured we could both jog together...‟

The underlined word could be replaced with ....

Questions 27 – 29 are based on the following short dialog.

Shilpa : You look so happy today. May I know why?
Angel : I was paid today from work and I
also got a bonus. Shilpa : I see. Why don‟t you treat me for some food then?
Angel : I will. How about next week? The money is being borrowed by my brother to fix his
Shilpa : What happened?
Angel : It is infected by some viruses, so it doesn‟t work.
27.What are they talking about?
A.The broken laptop.
B.The reason of Angel‟s joy.
C.Angel‟s plan to treat Shilpa.
D.Shilpa‟s intention to borrow some money.

28.From the dialogue, we know that Angel is....

A.very kind-hearted
B.likes eating with friends
C.uses money extravagantly
D.a happy and cheerful person
29.Why don‟t you treat me?
The underlined word means ....
A.to deal with something
B.to behave toward someone
C.to cure a person of a disease
D.to pay something for another person
PART VI. Directions: Questions 30 – 50 are based on a selection of reading materials, such as
notices, letters, forms, articles, advertisements, etc. Choose the one best answer, (A), (B), (C), or
(D), to each question. Answer all the questions following each reading selection on the basis of
what is stated or implied in the selection. Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the
question and mark your answer.

Questions 30 – 32 refer to the following information.

I could see my father climbing the rigging to release the large sails that would speed
the “Kathleen May‟ out to the rolling waves of the North Sea and then on its journey up to
coast of Greenland. As my father got to the top of the mast he turned to wave and we
jumped up and down excitedly.

For a moment I saw my mother smile and then her expression changed and she
wiped her eyes again. I tried not to cry but tears streamed down my face. I wiped my face on
the sleeve of my long yellow dress and squeezed my mother‟s hand even tighter.

After that the large white sail fell, opened up and it billowed out with the wind inside it.
Within seconds the speed of the boat increased and she was suddenly away from the
harbour and cutting through the white topped waves. My father could no longer be seen but I
still waved.

The next thing I remembered was being part of the crowd as it turned and headed
away back up the hill towards our house. We walked in silence, the only noise being the
shuffling of feet on the wet cobbles. Mother kissed my head, smiled and I knew we were
going to be just fine until father returned in two months‟ time.

30.Who wrote the text above?

A.A sailorman
B.A housewife
C.A lovely son
D.A charming girl
31.Where did the story take place at the beginning?
A.At the harbour
B.On the North Sea
C.On the speed boat
D.The coast of Greenland

32. ... it billowed out with the wind...‟

The underlined word refers to ....
A.the boat
B.the sail
C.the wave
D.the harbour
Questions 33 – 35 refer to the following information.

Monorail is a type of railway that has a track that is a single rail. Monorails are used for
passenger railway transport but they are also used in airport transfer and for medium
capacity metros.

Monorail became more popular from the 1980s, with a rise in urbanization and traffic. Japan,
one of the earliest users of monorail has one of the busiest monorails: Tokyo Monorail. It
serves over 127,000 passengers per day and since it began its operation in 1964 it has
served more than 1.5 billion passengers. Now, modern monorail systems are built in China,
India and Malta (which plans the longest monorail network in the world.)

Today, the most common type of monorail is the straddle-beam. In this variant, train
straddles a steel or reinforced concrete beam that is between 0.5 to 1 m wide. Carriage
transfers the movement to the beam with traction of rubber tires. This also stabilizes the
carriage. Some variants are of suspension type and they have carriages that hang below the
rail with steel wheels that are above the rail. Motor of suspension monorail is also above the
rail driving the wheels.

33.The purpose of the the text above is to ....

A.inform readers about monorail
B.tell readers the types of monorail
C.persuade readers to take a monorail
D.announce the countries which use monorail

34.According to the text above, which country that has served the largest amount of passengers
with its monorails?

35.This also stabilizes the carriage.‟ (The 3rd paragraph)

The underlined word has the closest meaning with ....

Questions 36 – 38 refer to the following information.

So how do you buy from Dazaka? You can actually order through two different routes. If you
already know what you are buying, simply type the product at the search bar and watch as
the list of items that you searched for appear. But if you are one to browse first and see what
are the proper products available, you can use the different tabs and menus on the website
and app‟s interface to see the deals and other relevant items available on it. Once done
choosing and browsing, you can “add the items to your cart”, select the number of items you
want, and “checkout” to see your order summary. Put in your email address, your voucher
code, and other necessary details on the website, as well as how you want to pay for your
products. Finally, click the yellow box to place your order, and Dazaka will do the rest. You
can now receive your order code and wait for Dazaka‟s Effortless Shopping strategies fall in
place at your convenience. Now that you know how to order, you can now get the best items
at the best prices possible through the top online shopping site today!
36.Who might need this information the most?
B.A Salesperson
C.Online goods seekers
D.Internet user community
37.What will happen after you click the yellow box?
A.Get the products you ordered.
B.Earn a shopping voucher point.
C.Receive details through email.
D.Accept the code of order.
38 “... relevant items available on it.‟ (line 5) The underlined word refers to ....

Questions 39 – 41 refer to the following description.

Epcot is a theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida. The park's
name, EPCOT, is an acronym for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, a
utopian city of the future planned by Walt Disney, often interchanging "city" and "community."
It is owned and operated by the Walt Disney Company through its Parks and Resorts

Inspired by an unrealized concept developed by Walt Disney, the park opened on October 1,
1982 and was the second of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World, after the Magic
Kingdom. Spanning 300 acres (120 ha), more than twice the size of the Magic Kingdom
Epcot is dedicated to the celebration of human achievement,namely
technological innovation and international culture,andis oftenreferred to as a
"permanent world's fair".

The park is divided into two sections: Future World, made up of eight pavilions, and World
Showcase, themed to 11 world nations. The World Showcase usually opens two hours after
park opening and remains open later than the Future World section of the park. Most major
attractions in Future World remain open until the park's closing time. A secondary park gate
is located between the France and United Kingdom pavilions of World Showcase and is
known as the International Gateway. The International Gateway is directly accessible to
guests arriving from the nearby Epcot Area Resorts and Disney's Hollywood Studios.

In 2015, the park hosted about 11.98 million guests, ranking it the third-most-visited theme
park in North America and the sixth-most-visited theme park in the world. The park is
represented by Spaceship Earth, a geodesic sphere that also serves as an attraction. Epcot
was known as EPCOT Center until 1994 when it was renamed Epcot '94, then Epcot '95,
now commonly known simply as Epcot.

39.The purpose of the text above is to... .

A.persuade readers to come the most visited park
B.describe one of the most famoust theme parks
C.present an opinion about Epcot
D.explain how to go to Epcot
40.According to the text, how many theme parks were built at Walt Disney World?

41.”... an acronym for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow..‟ (Paragraph 1) The

underlined words means ....
A.a first example of a product
B.an early plan for a building
C.a test usually over a limited period of time
D.a group of things that is chosen out of a larger number

Questions 42 – 44 refer to the following information.

Ibtihaj Muhammad was born on December 4, 1985 in Maplewood, New Jersey. She is one of
five children born to parents Eugene and Denise Muhammad. From a young age,
Muhammad had a competitive streak and loved sports. However, participating in sports at
school sometimes conflicted with her religious observance to dress modestly. Often when
playing sports, her mother Denise had to alter the uniforms to add long sleeves or covering
for her legs. When she was 13, Muhammad and her mother discovered fencing when they
saw a high school fencing team practice as they drove home. "The kids were wearing their
long pants and hats, and my mom just thought, 'This is perfect,'" Muhammad said. "That's
where it all began." Fencing was an ideal opportunity to participate in sports while wearing a
hijab. Unlike when she played other sports, she also did not feel out of place amongst her

Muhammad attended Maplewood‟s Columbia High School, where she excelled and became
captain of the fencing team for two years and helped win two state championships. Ibtihaj
Muhammad attended Duke University on a scholarship. She graduated in 2007 with dual
bachelor‟s degrees in international relations and African-American studies with a minor in
Arabic. During her first year at college in 2004, she earned All-America honors with a record
of 49-8. From there, she went on to place second at the mid-Atlantic/South Regional and
21st at the Junior Olympics. The following year, she finished 11th for saber at the NCAA
Championships, and earned her second consecutive All-America honors. A third would come
in 2006.

In 2009, Muhammad elevated her training when she was coached by the 2000 U.S.
Olympian, Akhi Spencer-El. That same year, she won a national title. Since then Muhammad
has become a five-time Senior World Team medalist. She helped her team take home gold
for the United States in 2014 in Kazan, Russia. Throughout her career, she has earned
numerous medals for both team and individual events on the World Cup circuit. In 2012,
Muhammad was named Muslim Sportswoman of the year. In 2016, Muhammad earned a
spot on the U.S. Saber Fencing Team for the Olympics in Rio. She is the first Muslim woman
to wear a hijab, a traditional Muslim headscarf, to represent the United States at the

42.The purpose of the text above is to ....

A.inform the readers who is Ibtihaj Muhammad
B.demonstrate the popularity of Ibtihaj Muhammad
C.tell people the struggle of Ibtihaj Muhammad to be a champion
D.present some achievements earned by Ibtihaj Muhammad from year to year
43.When did Muhammad earn her second consecutive All-America honors?
A.In 2004
B.In 2005
C.In 2006
D.In 2007

44.From the text above, we can conclude that Ibtihaj Muhammad ....
A.never loses her faith throughout her achievements in life
B.loves fencing since she was still in a kindergarten
C.used to be a boyish girl among her teammates
D.is the only moslem woman in Fencing sport

Questions 45 – 47 refer to the following information.

12th May, 2012

Dear Team Member,
This email is to inform you that the company will be holding its 54th Annual Conference in
the Main Hall on 23rd May 2013 – 10am to 1pm. As we had informally discussed last week,
the agenda of the meeting remains the same, where we will review our performance for the
previous fiscal period, and further approve the budget for the coming year.

As all our investors and top management personnel will be present at the meeting, we also
need to discuss the current fiscal issues which have a direct impact on the products and
services we are offering.

Kindly confirm your presence by acknowledging this email by no later than tomorrow. I am
looking forward to a positive response.

Yours Truly
Nate Archibald
Project Manager

45.Who might be the recipient of this email?

A.Top Managers

46.What will the recipients probably do after reading the letter?

A.Replying the email as soon as possible
B.Composing a fiscal report
C.Attending the meeting
D.Talking to the manager

47.”... the meeting remains the same...‟

The underlined word could be replaced with ....
My dear extraordinary Boss,

I have your blessings. I am quite well and hope you too would be fine. You have asked me
about my48daily
Questions – 50routine.
refer to the following information.
I get up early in the morning. I study for two hours. Then I go out for a morning walk. I take
four rounds of the park. I stroll in the park. When I return, I take milk and refreshment. Again I
start my studies and continue for two hours. I study English, Science and Mathematics in the
morning. Then I go to school and attend my regular classes. I take my lunch during the

I am very sincere to my studies. I secured good marks in the first terminal and hope to do all
the better in the final. My school breaks up at 3 p.m. On my return, I take a little rest. I go to
play in the evening. I play for an hour with my friends. In evening I take snacks and tea. I
once again resume my studies in late evening. I study for three hours. I do my homework in
time. I am working hard to fulfil your expectations.
Please convey my best compliments to mother and love to Josh and Jane.

Yours affectionately,
Redhita Chan

48.From the letter we know that, Redhita is ....

A.Josh and Jane‟s brother
B.recipient‟s daughter
C.mom‟s best friend
D.boss‟s employee

49.What does she do directly after school?

A.Playing with friends.
B.Taking snack and tea.
C.Doing her homework.
D.Having some rest.
50.” I stroll in the park.‟ (Paragraph 2)
The underlined word means to ....
A.move faster than walking
B.walk in relaxed manner
C.spend a lot of time
D.sit for a long time