Soal UP UKM PPG Daljab 2018 Bahasa Inggris Terbaru Terviral

Soal UP UKM PPG Daljab 2018 Bahasa Inggris

Soal UP PPG Bahasa Inggris Terbaru

Latihan Soal Kompetensi Profesional UP UKM

PPGDALJAB Tahun 2018

Bahasa Inggris Set 1



Question 1 (1 point)

… representative of the students of high-level achievers, the subjects of the experiment will be students drawn randomly out of the 5 classes as the accessible population

Question 1 options:

Be considered
To be considered
Being considered
Having considered
They were considered

Question 2 (1 point) 

… riding a motorcycle or driving a car can be blamed as the main cause of accidents on the road.

Question 2 options:

Hurried
Reckless
Speedy
Quick
Rapid





Question 3 (1 point)





According to the advertisement, the document that should be submitted by applicants is....

Question 3 options:

A curriculum vitae and a passport
A curriculum vitae and an application letter
An application letter and a school diploma
A curriculum vitae and a photo
An application letter and an ID card



Question 4 (1 point) 

At the age of sixty-five, Laura Ingalls Wilder began writing a series of novels for young people based on her early experiences on American frontier. Born in the state of Wisconsin in 1867, she and her family were rugged pioneers. Seeking better farm land, they went by overed wagon to Missouri in 1869, then on to Kansas the next year, returning to Wisconsin in 1871, and travelling on to Minnesota and Iowa before settling permanently in South Dakota in 1879. Because of this constant moving, Wilder's early education took place sporadically in a succession of one-room schools. From age thirteen to sixteen, she attended school more regularly, although she never graduated. At the age of eighteen, she married Almanzo James Wilder. They bought a small farm in Ozarks, where they remained for the rest of their lives. Their only daughter, Rose, who had become a nationally known journalist, encouraged her mother to write. Serving as agent and editor, Rose negotiated with Harper's to publish her mother's first book, Little House in the Big Woods. Seven more books followed, each chronicling her early life on the plains. Written from the perspective of a child, they have remained popular with young readers from many nations. Twenty years after her death in 1957, more than 20 million copies had been sold, and they had been translated into fourteen languages. In 1974, a weekly television series, "Little House on the Prairie", was produced based on the stories from the Wilder books. Laura Ingalls Wilder began writing novels….

Question 4 options:

when she was a child
right after she married Almanzo
when she was a young mother
around the year 1930s
right after her husband's death





Question 5 (1 point)

At the age of sixty-five, Laura Ingalls Wilder began writing a series of novels for young people based on her early experiences on American frontier. Born in the state of Wisconsin in 1867, she and her family were rugged pioneers. Seeking better farm land, they went by overed wagon to Missouri in 1869, then on to Kansas the next year, returning to Wisconsin in 1871, and travelling on to Minnesota and Iowa before settling permanently in South Dakota in 1879. Because of this constant moving, Wilder's early education took place sporadically in a succession of one-room schools. From age thirteen to sixteen, she attended school more regularly, although she never graduated. At the age of eighteen, she married Almanzo James Wilder. They bought a small farm in Ozarks, where they remained for the rest of their lives. Their only daughter, Rose, who had become a nationally known journalist, encouraged her mother to write. Serving as agent and editor, Rose negotiated with Harper's to publish her mother's first book, Little House in the Big Woods. Seven more books followed, each chronicling her early life on the plains. Written from the perspective of a child, they have remained popular with young readers from many nations. Twenty years after her death in 1957, more than 20 million copies had been sold, and they had been translated into fourteen languages. In 1974, a weekly television series, "Little House on the Prairie", was produced based on the stories from the Wilder books. Which one of the following events is not true in the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder?

Question 5 options:

She went west by covered wagon.
She graduated from one-room school.
She lived in Ozarks since her marriage.
Her daughter worked as a journalist.
She write seven books during her life.



Question 6 (1 point) 

At the age of sixty-five, Laura Ingalls Wilder began writing a series of novels for young people based on her early experiences on American frontier. Born in the state of Wisconsin in 1867, she and her family were rugged pioneers. Seeking better farm land, they went by overed wagon to Missouri in 1869, then on to Kansas the next year, returning to Wisconsin in 1871, and travelling on to Minnesota and Iowa before settling permanently in South Dakota in 1879. Because of this constant moving, Wilder's early education took place sporadically in a succession of one-room schools. From age thirteen to sixteen, she attended school more regularly, although she never graduated. At the age of eighteen, she married Almanzo James Wilder. They bought a small farm in Ozarks, where they remained for the rest of their lives. Their only daughter, Rose, who had become a nationally known journalist, encouraged her mother to write. Serving as agent and editor, Rose negotiated with Harper's to publish her mother's first book, Little House in the Big Woods. Seven more books followed, each chronicling her early life on the plains. Written from the perspective of a child, they have remained popular with young readers from many nations. Twenty years after her death in 1957, more than 20 million copies had been sold, and they had been translated into fourteen languages. In 1974, a weekly television series, "Little House on the Prairie", was produced based on the stories from the Wilder books. It can be inferred from the passage that….

Question 6 options:

Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote scripts for the television series
Laura Ingalls Wilder started writing in Ozarks
Wilder's daughter made negotiation for her mother's books
the Wilder books have a universal appeal
Wilder had the chance to witness her success as a book writer





Question 7 (1 point)



Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency (CALP) refers to formal academic learning. This includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing about (30)…. This level of language learning is essential for students to succeed in school. Students need time and support to become proficient in academic areas, (31)… from five to seven years. Which option best completes (30)?

Question 7 options:

material area content subject
area subject material content
content subject area material
content area material subject
subject area content material





Question 8 (1 point)

Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency (CALP) refers to formal academic learning. This includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing about (30)…. This level of language learning is essential for students to succeed in school. Students need time and support to become proficient in academic areas, (31)… from five to seven years. Which option best completes (31)?

Question 8 options:

usually which takes
which usually takes
which usually it takes
which it usually takes
usually which it takes





Question 9 (1 point)

Content-based instruction (CBI) is a teaching method that emphasizes learning about something rather than learning about language. Although CBI is not new, there has been (26)… in it over the last ten years, particularly in the USA and Canada where it has proven very effective in ESL immersion programs. This interest has now spread to EFL classrooms around the world (27)… that their students like CBI and are excited to learn English this way. Which option best completes (26)?

Question 9 options:

an increased interest
a heated controversy
an amplified alarm
a confusing trend
a current affair





Question 10 (1 point)

Content-based instruction (CBI) is a teaching method that emphasizes learning about something rather than learning about language. Although CBI is not new, there has been (26)… in it over the last ten years, particularly in the USA and Canada where it has proven very effective in ESL immersion programs. This interest has now spread to EFL classrooms around the world (27)… that their students like CBI and are excited to learn English this way. Which option best completes (27)?

Question 10 options:

that everyone begins to realize
in which parents are conscious
where school principals observe
where teachers are discovering
that communities are now fond





Question 11 (1 point)

During the interview session we must be confident. Do not even show in your words ….

Question 11 options:

brass farthing
besetting sins
broken accents
natural spirits
brute force



Question 12 (1 point)

Everyone present in the seminar was … petrified seeing that Raisha answered the examiner's questions brilliantly.

Question 12 options:

Completely
Massively
Extremely
Wholly
Fully



Question 13 (1 point)

Flipped classrooms redefine in-class activities. In-class lessons (28) accompanying flipped classroom may include activity learning or more traditional homework problems, among other practices, to engage students in the content. Class activities vary but may include: in-depth laboratory experiments, (29) original document analysis, debate or speech presentation, current event discussions, peer reviewing, project-based learning, and skill development or concept practice. The underlined word 'accompanying' is synonymous with….

Question 13 options:

Supplementing
Supporting
Upholding
Relating
Holding





Question 14 (1 point)

Flipped classrooms redefine in-class activities. In-class lessons (28) accompanying flipped classroom may include activity learning or more traditional homework problems, among other practices, to engage students in the content. Class activities vary but may include: in-depth laboratory experiments, (29) original document analysis, debate or speech presentation, current event discussions, peer reviewing, project-based learning, and skill development or concept practice. The antonym of the underlined word 'original' is ….

Question 14 options:

Imitation
Artificial
Secondary
False
Replica





Question 15 (1 point)

Growing Herbs Indoors Materials you need: Containers (with drainage holes and waterproof saucers); herb seeds and/or plants; potting soil or soilless seed-starting mix; fertilizer Procedures: 1. Prepare the herbs that you want to plant. The herbs you can choose for windowsill herb garden are basil, cilantro, dill, oregano, rosemary, sage and thyme. You can start from seed for annual herbs and from plants for perennial herbs. 2. Use individual pots for each herb so you can give each plant the specific care it needs. Be sure containers have drainage holes and waterproof saucers. If you want to plant multiple types of herbs in a single container, make sure they have the same cultural requirements. 3. If starting seeds, fill container with potting mix. Avoid using garden soil, which tends to be heavy and may contain disease organisms. Sow seeds, checking the seed packet to determine planting depth. Learn what conditions each herb prefers; for example, basil prefers warmth, while sage and rosemary like cooler temperatures. Consider choosing compact or dwarf varieties to fit your space. 4. Next, place containers in a sunny, south-facing window. A south-facing window is adequate for most herbs. Water your herbs to keep soil moist but not soggy, and drain saucers after watering. Fertilize every two weeks with a half-strength solution of an all-purpose fertilizer. Pinch back branching plants, such as basil, to keep them shrubby rather than leggy. What do you have to do before filling the container?

Question 15 options:

Choose to plant the herbs from seed or plant.
Choose the herbs that you want to plant.
Select the container for each herb.
Prepare the soil to plant.
Wash the containier and fill it with fertilizer



Question 16 (1 point) 

Growing Herbs Indoors Materials you need: Containers (with drainage holes and waterproof saucers); herb seeds and/or plants; potting soil or soilless seed-starting mix; fertilizer Procedures: 1. Prepare the herbs that you want to plant. The herbs you can choose for windowsill herb garden are basil, cilantro, dill, oregano, rosemary, sage and thyme. You can start from seed for annual herbs and from plants for perennial herbs. 2. Use individual pots for each herb so you can give each plant the specific care it needs. Be sure containers have drainage holes and waterproof saucers. If you want to plant multiple types of herbs in a single container, make sure they have the same cultural requirements. 3. If starting seeds, fill container with potting mix. Avoid using garden soil, which tends to be heavy and may contain disease organisms. Sow seeds, checking the seed packet to determine planting depth. Learn what conditions each herb prefers; for example, basil prefers warmth, while sage and rosemary like cooler temperatures. Consider choosing compact or dwarf varieties to fit your space. 4. Next, place containers in a sunny, south-facing window. A south-facing window is adequate for most herbs. Water your herbs to keep soil moist but not soggy, and drain saucers after watering. Fertilize every two weeks with a half-strength solution of an all-purpose fertilizer. Pinch back branching plants, such as basil, to keep them shrubby rather than leggy. It is not recommended to use garden soil to plant the indoor herbs because ....

Question 16 options:

garden soil may give viruses to indoor herbs
the indoor herbs may be too heavy to carry
the garden soil is too warm for indoor herbs
the indoor herbs may become dwarf if planted in soil
Garden soil may harm the fertilizer for the herbs



Question 17 (1 point)

Growing Herbs Indoors Materials you need: Containers (with drainage holes and waterproof saucers); herb seeds and/or plants; potting soil or soilless seed-starting mix; fertilizer Procedures: 1. Prepare the herbs that you want to plant. The herbs you can choose for windowsill herb garden are basil, cilantro, dill, oregano, rosemary, sage and thyme. You can start from seed for annual herbs and from plants for perennial herbs. 2. Use individual pots for each herb so you can give each plant the specific care it needs. Be sure containers have drainage holes and waterproof saucers. If you want to plant multiple types of herbs in a single container, make sure they have the same cultural requirements. 3. If starting seeds, fill container with potting mix. Avoid using garden soil, which tends to be heavy and may contain disease organisms. Sow seeds, checking the seed packet to determine planting depth. Learn what conditions each herb prefers; for example, basil prefers warmth, while sage and rosemary like cooler temperatures. Consider choosing compact or dwarf varieties to fit your space. 4. Next, place containers in a sunny, south-facing window. A south-facing window is adequate for most herbs. Water your herbs to keep soil moist but not soggy, and drain saucers after watering. Fertilize every two weeks with a half-strength solution of an all-purpose fertilizer. Pinch back branching plants, such as basil, to keep them shrubby rather than leggy. After planting the herbs, you need to ….

Question 17 options:

give fertilizer to grow the plants well
take care of the plants by watering it regularly
find the most suitable spot to place the plants
occasionally pick the leaves to grow shrubby plants
put the new plants on a shady place for protection





Question 18 (1 point)

Recently, I took a trip to Japan. I went across the country and visited most of its famous places. One that I noted was Akihabara. One notable establishment which can be found in Akihabara is called a Girl/Maid Cafe, a themed restaurant where the servers are women and they come and have conversations with you at your table. Together with my friends, we went to a Mermaid Cafe, which was themed to be under the sea. Our waitress was named Momone, and while she did not look exactly like a Mermaid, she was definitely wearing a stereotypical maid outfit. Unfortunately I did not speak Japanese, though the rest of my small cohort did, so a long conversation ensued about our servers' interests and adventures. I purchased a special drink, which costed a bit more than the others, but came with a cute Polaroid which Momone and I posed for. She wrote all over the Polaroid with markers, writing cute messages and drawing hearts, to help build the illusion that we were a cute (Kawaii) couple. The arcades in Akihabara are filled with people playing games. I am a big fan of Guilty Gear, but I could not find it in the arcade I was in, so I instead settled for Blaz Blu, its cousin. This arcade, and many other buildings in the area, have very slow elevators and no staircases. If there were a fire I could only assume everybody would die. One of the shops I went to was several stories tall. The first story contained modern console video games, the next stories contain retro console games. One story is dedicated to movies, while another to board games. There I purchase one toy as a souvenir for a friend back in the States, though I had not yet asked how it worked. When riding between cities, the trains were very packed. In these trains one will find many Japanese Businesspersons, who mostly appear sad and tired. This offers a sharp contrast with the whole "Kawaii" culture which is especially prevalent in Akihabara. The text mainly discusses.…

Question 18 options:

the modern culture of Akihabara
the writer's experiences in the maid café
the writer's journey exploring the downtown of Akihabara
the trip to get special toys the writer could buy in Akihabara
the visit to Akibahara for culinary and games hunting





Question 19 (1 point)

Recently, I took a trip to Japan. I went across the country and visited most of its famous places. One that I noted was Akihabara. One notable establishment which can be found in Akihabara is called a Girl/Maid Cafe, a themed restaurant where the servers are women and they come and have conversations with you at your table. Together with my friends, we went to a Mermaid Cafe, which was themed to be under the sea. Our waitress was named Momone, and while she did not look exactly like a Mermaid, she was definitely wearing a stereotypical maid outfit. Unfortunately I did not speak Japanese, though the rest of my small cohort did, so a long conversation ensued about our servers' interests and adventures. I purchased a special drink, which costed a bit more than the others, but came with a cute Polaroid which Momone and I posed for. She wrote all over the Polaroid with markers, writing cute messages and drawing hearts, to help build the illusion that we were a cute (Kawaii) couple. The arcades in Akihabara are filled with people playing games. I am a big fan of Guilty Gear, but I could not find it in the arcade I was in, so I instead settled for Blaz Blu, its cousin. This arcade, and many other buildings in the area, have very slow elevators and no staircases. If there were a fire I could only assume everybody would die. One of the shops I went to was several stories tall. The first story contained modern console video games, the next stories contain retro console games. One story is dedicated to movies, while another to board games. There I purchase one toy as a souvenir for a friend back in the States, though I had not yet asked how it worked. When riding between cities, the trains were very packed. In these trains one will find many Japanese Businesspersons, who mostly appear sad and tired. This offers a sharp contrast with the whole "Kawaii" culture which is especially prevalent in Akihabara. Which of these statements that is correct based on the text?

Question 19 options:

The writer bought the most expensive drink in the café.
The writer could assume everybody would die now or then.
The Mermaid Café is usually themed under certain themes.
Customers have to use stairs to go to the arcades in Akihabara.
The businesspersons give the different view about the culture in Akihabara.





Question 20 (1 point)

Social Network Impact on Young People The impact of social networks on young people is significant. Children are growing up surrounded by mobile devices and interactive social networking sites such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, which has made the social media a vital aspect of their life. Social network is transforming the manner in which young people interact with their parents, peers, as well as how they make use of technology. However, hyper-connected to social network cannot be bad for them. The effects of social networking are twofold. On the positive side, social networks can act as invaluable tools for professionals. They achieve this by assisting young professionals to market their skills and seek business opportunities. Social networking sites may also be used to network professionally. On the negative side, the internet is laden with a number of risks associated with online communities. Cyber bullying, which refers to a type of bullying that is perpetrated using electronic technology, is one of the risks. Bullies have taken to internet sites such as Twitter and Facebook, where the hide behind the anonymity provided by the internet to carry out their despicable acts. Young people also run the risk of inadvertently disclosing their personal information since on most occasions; they usually neglect to read carefully websites' privacy policies. Whenever young people fail to read the policies and disclaimers, they are exposed to risks of having their personal information disclosed. This is especially a serious matter in light o the rising cases of cyber crimes such as identity theft. New studies reveal that social networks have the ability to sway people to spend money by running advertisements on the user's page. Such forms of near-subliminal advertising can subconsciously cause an individual to buy certain merchandise. It is becoming increasingly clear that social networks have become part of people's lives. Many young people are using their tablet computers and smartphones to check Tweets and status updates from their friends and family. As technology advances, people are pressured to adopt different lifestyles. Social networking sites can assist young people to become more socially capable. However, they may also make them clumsy and incompetent, as well. Therefore, it is imperative to exercise caution and restraint when dealing with such issues. What makes bullies are found on the social network?

Question 20 options:

People have their own privacy protected by the law set up in the internet.
Social networks have the ability to sway people to spend money.
People can hide behind the anonymity provided by the internet.
It can connect the people to the online communities easily.
The risks of bullying through the internet can be avoided.





Question 21 (1 point)

Social Network Impact on Young People The impact of social networks on young people is significant. Children are growing up surrounded by mobile devices and interactive social networking sites such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, which has made the social media a vital aspect of their life. Social network is transforming the manner in which young people interact with their parents, peers, as well as how they make use of technology. However, hyper-connected to social network cannot be bad for them. The effects of social networking are twofold. On the positive side, social networks can act as invaluable tools for professionals. They achieve this by assisting young professionals to market their skills and seek business opportunities. Social networking sites may also be used to network professionally. On the negative side, the internet is laden with a number of risks associated with online communities. Cyber bullying, which refers to a type of bullying that is perpetrated using electronic technology, is one of the risks. Bullies have taken to internet sites such as Twitter and Facebook, where the hide behind the anonymity provided by the internet to carry out their despicable acts. Young people also run the risk of inadvertently disclosing their personal information since on most occasions; they usually neglect to read carefully websites' privacy policies. Whenever young people fail to read the policies and disclaimers, they are exposed to risks of having their personal information disclosed. This is especially a serious matter in light o the rising cases of cyber crimes such as identity theft. New studies reveal that social networks have the ability to sway people to spend money by running advertisements on the user's page. Such forms of near-subliminal advertising can subconsciously cause an individual to buy certain merchandise. It is becoming increasingly clear that social networks have become part of people's lives. Many young people are using their tablet computers and smartphones to check Tweets and status updates from their friends and family. As technology advances, people are pressured to adopt different lifestyles. Social networking sites can assist young people to become more socially capable. However, they may also make them clumsy and incompetent, as well. Therefore, it is imperative to exercise caution and restraint when dealing with such issues. "They" achieve this by assisting young professionals to market their skills and seek business opportunities. (Paragraph 2) The underlined word refers to....

Question 21 options:

A. The effects
Social networks
The positive side
Business opportunities
Internet users

 Question 22 (1 point)




Social Network Impact on Young People The impact of social networks on young people is significant. Children are growing up surrounded by mobile devices and interactive social networking sites such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, which has made the social media a vital aspect of their life. Social network is transforming the manner in which young people interact with their parents, peers, as well as how they make use of technology. However, hyper-connected to social network cannot be bad for them. The effects of social networking are twofold. On the positive side, social networks can act as invaluable tools for professionals. They achieve this by assisting young professionals to market their skills and seek business opportunities. Social networking sites may also be used to network professionally. On the negative side, the internet is laden with a number of risks associated with online communities. Cyber bullying, which refers to a type of bullying that is perpetrated using electronic technology, is one of the risks. Bullies have taken to internet sites such as Twitter and Facebook, where the hide behind the anonymity provided by the internet to carry out their despicable acts. Young people also run the risk of inadvertently disclosing their personal information since on most occasions; they usually neglect to read carefully websites' privacy policies. Whenever young people fail to read the policies and disclaimers, they are exposed to risks of having their personal information disclosed. This is especially a serious matter in light o the rising cases of cyber crimes such as identity theft. New studies reveal that social networks have the ability to sway people to spend money by running advertisements on the user's page. Such forms of near-subliminal advertising can subconsciously cause an individual to buy certain merchandise. It is becoming increasingly clear that social networks have become part of people's lives. Many young people are using their tablet computers and smartphones to check Tweets and status updates from their friends and family. As technology advances, people are pressured to adopt different lifestyles. Social networking sites can assist young people to become more socially capable. However, they may also make them clumsy and incompetent, as well. Therefore, it is imperative to exercise caution and restraint when dealing with such issues. What is likely the writer's opinion toward social networks?

Question 22 options:

The social networks are very good for young people.
The young people should deactivate their social networks.
The social networks only give bad impacts for young people.
The young people should be wise in using the social networks.
People should use the social networks only for education





Question 23 (1 point)



Steps for Connecting a Laptop to a Projector To connect a laptop to a projector, you need to prepare... 1. First, make sure your computer and laptop are both turned off. 2. Second, connect the video cable (usually VGA) from your laptop's external video port to the projector. 3. Then, plug your projector into an electrical outlet and press the "power" button to turn it ON. 4. Next, turn on your laptop. 5. If you need audio for your presentation, connect the laptop's "audio out" port to the projector, or to another sound system. 6. Sync the projector and laptop by holding down the FUNCTION key function (Fn) and pressing one of the following keys to toggle. (Note: Depending on your computer, you may have to use a different F key than those listed above.) The purpose of the text is to….

Question 23 options:

tell the readers how to connect a laptop to a projector
persuade the readers to connect a laptop to a projector
encourage the readers to connect a laptop to a projector
inform the readers kinds of laptop that connect to a projector
operate a laptop related to an overhead projector





Question 24 (1 point)

Steps for Connecting a Laptop to a Projector To connect a laptop to a projector, you need to prepare... 1. First, make sure your computer and laptop are both turned off. 2. Second, connect the video cable (usually VGA) from your laptop's external video port to the projector. 3. Then, plug your projector into an electrical outlet and press the "power" button to turn it ON. 4. Next, turn on your laptop. 5. If you need audio for your presentation, connect the laptop's "audio out" port to the projector, or to another sound system. 6. Sync the projector and laptop by holding down the FUNCTION key function (Fn) and pressing one of the following keys to toggle. (Note: Depending on your computer, you may have to use a different F key than those listed above.) What should you do to present the audio for your presentation?

Question 24 options:

Sync the projector and laptop by holding down the FUNCTION key.
Connect the laptop's "audio out" port to another sound system.
Plug the projector into an electrical outlet.
Press the "power" button to turn it ON.
Plug the projector cable to the laptop outlet.





Question 25 (1 point)

Suppose we want to build a machine that understands or generates linguistic communication between humans. So, we need models and processes for (32) getting chunks of information from voice or textual utterances and manipulating them inside a computer. These models' catch-all name is natural language processing. The underlined part getting chunks of information in the passage may be best rephrased as….

Question 25 options:

obtaining portions of materials
collecting bits of evidence
synthesizing facts of news
receiving reports of facts
attaining pieces of data





Question 26 (1 point)

The Bear Who Married a Woman Once upon a time there lived a widow of the tribe of the Gispaxlâ'ts. Many men tried to marry her daughter, but she declined them all. The mother said, "When a man comes to marry you, feel of the palms of his hands. If they are soft, decline him. If they are rough, accept him." She meant that she wanted to have a son-in-law who is skillful in building canoes. Her daughter obeyed her commands and refused all young men. One night a youth came to her. The palms of his hands were very rough, and therefore she accepted his suit. Early in the morning, however, he had suddenly disappeared, even before she had seen him. When her mother arose early in the morning and went out, she found a halibut (name of fish) on the beach in front of the house, although it was midwinter. The following evening the young man came back, but disappeared again before the dawn of the day. In the morning the widow found a seal in front of the house. Thus they lived for some time. The young woman never saw the face of her husband; but every morning she found an animal on the beach, every day a larger one. Thus the widow came to be very rich. She was anxious to see her son-in-law, and one day she waited until he arrived. Suddenly she saw a red bear appear from the water. He carried a whale on each side, and put them down on the beach. As soon as he noticed that he was observed, he was transformed into a rock, which may be seen up to this day. He was a supernatural being of the sea. Which of the following statement is TRUE according to the text?

Question 26 options:

The daughter accepted a youth with rough palms.
The young woman rarely saw the face of her husband.
The woman wanted to have a man with soft palms as her son-in-law.
The daughter disobeyed her mom to refuse all men with soft palms.
The man and his wife objected to the daugher's choice.





Question 27 (1 point)

The Bear Who Married a Woman Once upon a time there lived a widow of the tribe of the Gispaxlâ'ts. Many men tried to marry her daughter, but she declined them all. The mother said, "When a man comes to marry you, feel of the palms of his hands. If they are soft, decline him. If they are rough, accept him." She meant that she wanted to have a son-in-law who is skillful in building canoes. Her daughter obeyed her commands and refused all young men. One night a youth came to her. The palms of his hands were very rough, and therefore she accepted his suit. Early in the morning, however, he had suddenly disappeared, even before she had seen him. When her mother arose early in the morning and went out, she found a halibut (name of fish) on the beach in front of the house, although it was midwinter. The following evening the young man came back, but disappeared again before the dawn of the day. In the morning the widow found a seal in front of the house. Thus they lived for some time. The young woman never saw the face of her husband; but every morning she found an animal on the beach, every day a larger one. Thus the widow came to be very rich. She was anxious to see her son-in-law, and one day she waited until he arrived. Suddenly she saw a red bear appear from the water. He carried a whale on each side, and put them down on the beach. As soon as he noticed that he was observed, he was transformed into a rock, which may be seen up to this day. He was a supernatural being of the sea. What can we conclude from the text?

Question 27 options:

The woman and her daughter lived in poverty forever.
The daughter did not love the young man but she had to marry him.
The woman finally realized that she had a red bear as her son-in-law.
The daughter knew the real identity of her husband yet still loved him.
Having a red bear as a son-in-law can be relatively amazing





Question 28 (1 point)

The Bear Who Married a Woman Once upon a time there lived a widow of the tribe of the Gispaxlâ'ts. Many men tried to marry her daughter, but she declined them all. The mother said, "When a man comes to marry you, feel of the palms of his hands. If they are soft, decline him. If they are rough, accept him." She meant that she wanted to have a son-in-law who is skillful in building canoes. Her daughter obeyed her commands and refused all young men. One night a youth came to her. The palms of his hands were very rough, and therefore she accepted his suit. Early in the morning, however, he had suddenly disappeared, even before she had seen him. When her mother arose early in the morning and went out, she found a halibut (name of fish) on the beach in front of the house, although it was midwinter. The following evening the young man came back, but disappeared again before the dawn of the day. In the morning the widow found a seal in front of the house. Thus they lived for some time. The young woman never saw the face of her husband; but every morning she found an animal on the beach, every day a larger one. Thus the widow came to be very rich. She was anxious to see her son-in-law, and one day she waited until he arrived. Suddenly she saw a red bear appear from the water. He carried a whale on each side, and put them down on the beach. As soon as he noticed that he was observed, he was transformed into a rock, which may be seen up to this day. He was a supernatural being of the sea. We can learn from the text that....

Question 28 options:

we have to believe in the supernatural power
we have to be careful in taking our actions
we have to trust people with rough palms
we have to disobey our parents
man and animal may live hand in hand



Question 29 (1 point)

The best arrangement of these sentences to make a logical paragraph is…

1. Therefore, it needs a broad effort by everyone to make the proper education system in such countries.

2. Education is very necessary for the betterment of everyone's life.

3. However, the education system is still weak in the undeveloped countries.

4. It enables us and prepares us in every aspect of life.

5. People living in such countries are poor and spend their whole day in arranging only some basic needs.

6. Proper education also creates lots of ways to go ahead in the future. Thus, we all should know the importance of education in our life.

Question 29 options:

2 – 7 – 4 – 3 – 1 – 5 – 6
2 – 6 – 7 – 4 – 3 – 5 – 1
2 – 7 – 4 – 6 – 3 – 5 – 1
2 – 6 – 4 – 7 – 1 – 3 – 5
2 – 5 – 7 – 4 – 6 – 3 – 1





Question 30 (1 point)

The earth has four major layers: the inner core, outer core, mantle and crust. The crust and the top of the mantle make up a thin skin on the surface of our planet. But this skin is not all in one piece – it is made up of many pieces like a puzzle covering the surface of the earth. Not only that, but these puzzle pieces keep slowly moving around, sliding past one another and bumping into each other. We call these puzzle pieces tectonic plates, and the edges of the plates are called the plate boundaries. The plate boundaries are made up of many faults, and most of the earthquakes around the world occur on these faults. Since the edges of the plates are rough, they get stuck while the rest of the plate keeps moving. Finally, when the plate has moved far enough, the edges unstuck on one of the faults and there is an earthquake. While the edges of faults are stuck together, and the rest of the block is moving, the energy that would normally cause the blocks to slide past one another is being stored up. When the force of the moving blocks finally overcomes the friction of the jagged edges of the fault and it unsticks, all that stored up energy is released. The energy radiates outward from the fault in all directions in the form of seismic waves like ripples on a pond. The seismic waves shake the earth as they move through it, and when the waves reach the earth's surface, they shake the ground and anything on it, like our houses and us! Why does the writer write the text?

Question 30 options:

To describe the major layers of the earth during the earthquake.
To explain to the readers how the earthquake occurs.
To inform the readers how to prevent earthquake.
To tell the readers the impacts of an earthquake.
To discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the earthquake.





Question 31 (1 point) 

The earth has four major layers: the inner core, outer core, mantle and crust. The crust and the top of the mantle make up a thin skin on the surface of our planet. But this skin is not all in one piece – it is made up of many pieces like a puzzle covering the surface of the earth. Not only that, but these puzzle pieces keep slowly moving around, sliding past one another and bumping into each other. We call these puzzle pieces tectonic plates, and the edges of the plates are called the plate boundaries. The plate boundaries are made up of many faults, and most of the earthquakes around the world occur on these faults. Since the edges of the plates are rough, they get stuck while the rest of the plate keeps moving. Finally, when the plate has moved far enough, the edges unstuck on one of the faults and there is an earthquake. While the edges of faults are stuck together, and the rest of the block is moving, the energy that would normally cause the blocks to slide past one another is being stored up. When the force of the moving blocks finally overcomes the friction of the jagged edges of the fault and it unsticks, all that stored up energy is released. The energy radiates outward from the fault in all directions in the form of seismic waves like ripples on a pond. The seismic waves shake the earth as they move through it, and when the waves reach the earth's surface, they shake the ground and anything on it, like our houses and us! ... and most of the earthquakes around the world "occur" on these faults. (Par 1) The underlined word has a closest meaning to....

Question 31 options:

A. happen
prevent
locate
hold
exist



Question 32

The earth has four major layers: the inner core, outer core, mantle and crust. The crust and the top of the mantle make up a thin skin on the surface of our planet. But this skin is not all in one piece – it is made up of many pieces like a puzzle covering the surface of the earth. Not only that, but these puzzle pieces keep slowly moving around, sliding past one another and bumping into each other. We call these puzzle pieces tectonic plates, and the edges of the plates are called the plate boundaries. The plate boundaries are made up of many faults, and most of the earthquakes around the world occur on these faults. Since the edges of the plates are rough, they get stuck while the rest of the plate keeps moving. Finally, when the plate has moved far enough, the edges unstuck on one of the faults and there is an earthquake. While the edges of faults are stuck together, and the rest of the block is moving, the energy that would normally cause the blocks to slide past one another is being stored up. When the force of the moving blocks finally overcomes the friction of the jagged edges of the fault and it unsticks, all that stored up energy is released. The energy radiates outward from the fault in all directions in the form of seismic waves like ripples on a pond. The seismic waves shake the earth as they move through it, and when the waves reach the earth's surface, they shake the ground and anything on it, like our houses and us! The text mainly talks about....

Question 32 options:

A. the danger of an earthquake
the process of an earthquake
the location of an earthquake
the definition of an earthquake
the harmfull effect of an earthquake





Question 33 (1 point)

The explanation on the new teaching method can take a long time. But, the lecturer did not have much time as he had to go out of town on duty. So, he tried to keep the explanation….

Question 33 options:

high and dry
free and easy
meek and mild
short and sweet
first and foremost





Question 34 (1 point)

The Indus River Valley was once home to the most widespread and peaceful of the ancient civilizations: the Indus Valley civilization also referred to as the Harappan civilization. Known for its two major cities, Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, this society lasted from roughly 3300 B.C. to 1300 B.C., yet it was only recently rediscovered within the last one hundred years. Studies of the long-buried sites show surprising and interesting findings about the people, culture, and structures that made up this great civilization. The phrase "early civilizations" usually conjures up images of Egypt and Mesopotamia and their pyramids, mummies, and golden tombs. But in the 1920s, a huge discovery in South Asia proved that Egypt and Mesopotamia were not the only "early civilizations." In the vast Indus River plains (located in what is today Pakistan and western India), under layers of land and mounds of dirt, archaeologists discovered the remains of a 4,600-year-old city. A thriving, urban civilization had existed at the same time as Egyptian and Mesopotamian states—in an area twice each of their sizes. The people of this Indus Valley civilization did not build massive monuments like their contemporaries, nor did they bury riches among their dead in golden tombs. There were no mummies, no emperors, and no violent wars or bloody battles in their territory. Remarkably, the lack of all these is what makes the Indus Valley civilization so exciting and unique. While others civilizations were devoting huge amounts of time and resources to the rich, the supernatural, and the dead, Indus Valley inhabitants were taking a practical approach to supporting the common, secular, living people. Sure, they believed in an afterlife and employed a system of social divisions. But they also believed resources were more valuable in circulation among the living than on display or buried underground. Amazingly, the Indus Valley civilization appears to have been a peaceful one. Very few weapons have been found and no evidence of an army has been discovered. Excavated human bones reveal no signs of violence, and building remains show no indication of battle. All evidence points to a preference for peace and success in achieving it. So how did such a practical and peaceful civilization become so successful? (To be continued) The Indus Valley civilization was described as …

Question 34 options:

rich and powerful
successful and resourceful
rich and supernatural
peaceful and practical
amazing and successful



\Question 35 

The Indus River Valley was once home to the most widespread and peaceful of the ancient civilizations: the Indus Valley civilization also referred to as the Harappan civilization. Known for its two major cities, Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, this society lasted from roughly 3300 B.C. to 1300 B.C., yet it was only recently rediscovered within the last one hundred years. Studies of the long-buried sites show surprising and interesting findings about the people, culture, and structures that made up this great civilization. The phrase "early civilizations" usually conjures up images of Egypt and Mesopotamia and their pyramids, mummies, and golden tombs. But in the 1920s, a huge discovery in South Asia proved that Egypt and Mesopotamia were not the only "early civilizations." In the vast Indus River plains (located in what is today Pakistan and western India), under layers of land and mounds of dirt, archaeologists discovered the remains of a 4,600-year-old city. A thriving, urban civilization had existed at the same time as Egyptian and Mesopotamian states—in an area twice each of their sizes. The people of this Indus Valley civilization did not build massive monuments like their contemporaries, nor did they bury riches among their dead in golden tombs. There were no mummies, no emperors, and no violent wars or bloody battles in their territory. Remarkably, the lack of all these is what makes the Indus Valley civilization so exciting and unique. While others civilizations were devoting huge amounts of time and resources to the rich, the supernatural, and the dead, Indus Valley inhabitants were taking a practical approach to supporting the common, secular, living people. Sure, they believed in an afterlife and employed a system of social divisions. But they also believed resources were more valuable in circulation among the living than on display or buried underground. Amazingly, the Indus Valley civilization appears to have been a peaceful one. Very few weapons have been found and no evidence of an army has been discovered. Excavated human bones reveal no signs of violence, and building remains show no indication of battle. All evidence points to a preference for peace and success in achieving it. So how did such a practical and peaceful civilization become so successful? (To be continued) The text implies that the early civilization ....

Question 35 options:

only referred to the culture of Egypt and Mesopotamia
did not only belong to Egyptian and Mesopotamia people
did not last for less than 2000 years
flourished well in the last one hundred years
became so successfull that it lasts forever





Question 36 (1 point)



The Input Hypothesis claims that humans acquire language in only one way--by understanding messages, (46)... by receiving "comprehensible input." If acquisition is the core of this theory, the crucial question then becomes: How do we acquire? According to the hypothesis, we move from one stage of understanding to (47).... More specifically, we acquire a new rule by understanding messages that contain this new rule. We move from stage "i", the present level of the understood message or "current competence", to the next level, giving us the formula "i+1." (48)…, "i+1", "comprehensible input" and the Input Hypothesis (IH) mean the same thing and can be used interchangeably for the purpose of this paper. Which option best completes (46)?

Question 36 options:

Clearly
Simply
amazingly
basically
naturally





Question 37 (1 point)

The Input Hypothesis claims that humans acquire language in only one way--by understanding messages, (46)... by receiving "comprehensible input." If acquisition is the core of this theory, the crucial question then becomes: How do we acquire? According to the hypothesis, we move from one stage of understanding to (47).... More specifically, we acquire a new rule by understanding messages that contain this new rule. We move from stage "i", the present level of the understood message or "current competence", to the next level, giving us the formula "i+1." (48)…, "i+1", "comprehensible input" and the Input Hypothesis (IH) mean the same thing and can be used interchangeably for the purpose of this paper. Which option best completes (47)?

Question 37 options:

others
another
the other understanding
others' understanding
one another understanding



Question 38 (1 point) 

The Input Hypothesis claims that humans acquire language in only one way--by understanding messages, (46)... by receiving "comprehensible input." If acquisition is the core of this theory, the crucial question then becomes: How do we acquire? According to the hypothesis, we move from one stage of understanding to (47).... More specifically, we acquire a new rule by understanding messages that contain this new rule. We move from stage "i", the present level of the understood message or "current competence", to the next level, giving us the formula "i+1." (48)…, "i+1", "comprehensible input" and the Input Hypothesis (IH) mean the same thing and can be used interchangeably for the purpose of this paper. Which option best completes (48)?

Question 38 options:

Henceforth
Given that
Following this
It follows that
Therefore





Question 39 (1 point)

The K-W-L-H learning strategy is one of the most popular strategies that have been used by the learning community to read and understand texts as well as work on different school projects. This strategy that was developed by Donna Ogle in 1986 was originally developed for studying literature. K-W-L-H is an acronym. The underlined part that was developed by Donna Ogle in the passage may be best rephrased as….

Question 39 options:

Donna Ogle invented
Donna Ogle was found
discovered Donna Ogle
to be created by Donna Ogle
was Donna Ogle constructed





Question 40 (1 point)

The main causes of obesity are: the decreased level of nutrients intake, and sedentary lifestyle. For example, the intake of fast food meals tripled between 1977 and 1995, and calorie level magnified four times during the same period. Nevertheless, it is insufficient explanation of phenomenal rise in the obesity levels in the well-developed countries. Overall, obesity is a major health and social problem, which has reached pandemic levels. (49) … A survey indicates that more than 2 in 3 adults are considered to be overweight. There are health risks caused by overweight or obesity. These are osteoarthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and nonalcoholic fatty liver diseases. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, affecting millions of people worldwide. It occurs when the protective cartilage on the ends of your bones wears down over time. … The sentence that best completes blank spaces in (49) is….

Question 40 options:

The causes of obesity are interrelated factors, such as genetics, lifestyle and body energy use
People who are obese are at increased risk for many serious diseases and health conditions
A number of health hazards have been associated with overweight several studies reveal.
Overweight and obese persons are often blamed for their condition and considered lazy
Recently obesity or overweight has been the subject of intensive research medically





Question 41 (1 point)



The meaning that best expresses these two sentences: 'We joined a workshop by a facilitator' and 'His workshop topic was inspiring.' is….

Question 41 options:

We joined a workshop by a facilitator the workshop topic of whom was inspiring
We joined a workshop by a facilitator, the workshop topic of which was inspiring
We joined a workshop by a facilitator of whose workshop topic was inspiring
We joined a workshop by a facilitator whose workshop topic was inspiring
We joined a workshop by a facilitator that workshop topic was inspiring





Question 42 (1 point)

The meaning that best expresses this: 'The computer program is not at hand now. As a result, we analyze the data manually' is….

Question 42 options:

If the computer program is at hand now, we will not analyze the data manually
Were the computer program at hand now, we would not analyze the data manually*
If the computer program was at hand now, we would not analyze the data manually
Should the computer program be at hand now, we will not analyze the data manually
If the computer program would be at hand now, we would not analyze the data manually





Question 43 (1 point)







The table below shows the primary funding sources of international students in the US during the years 2003/04 and 2013/14. 



In 2003, the funding is the least provided by.…

Question 43 options:

A. current employer
personal and family
U.S. college or university
foreign government or university
other sources.

Question 44 (1 point)

The table below shows the primary funding sources of international students in the US during the years 2003/04 and 2013/14. 




The statement that best conclude the table is….

Question 44 options:

the change increases by half number of the first data taken
the increase of primary funding sources is contributed by government
working and studying at the same time is not beneficial for the government
the number of international students in the U.S. is doubled from 2003-2013
the primary funding resources on international students increase steadily





Question 45 (1 point)

Thesis draft consultation can also be a challenge for some students. Not only do they have to present their ideas but also to answer their advisor's questions during the consultation session. Many really feel they.… before even they meet their thesis advisor.

Question 45 options:

have butterflies in their stomach
sit on the edge of their seat
make their blood run cold
can't stand the pace
are like a silly goose

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