30 Soal Bahasa Inggris Halaman 306 Beserta Jawabannya

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Text 1 

Not being able to sleep, Iwan sat up in bed peering into the darkness. Suddently he felt a current of cold air. He jumped out of bed. However, having forgotten the montion of the ship, he was instantly thrown violenty across the room.

With difficulty he got up and groped his way towards the window which, to his surprise, he found wide open, for he was certain that he had fastened it securelt before he went to bed.

Suddently, as he stood by the window, he distinctly heard something moving behind him and, a moment afterwards, as he turned to look, he heard a faint groan. He sprang across the room and jumped back into bed, only to discover to his horror that someone else was lying there stretching out his hand, he laid hold of something that had the shape of a man’s arm but was smooth, wet, and icy-cold. He pulled, but the creature, whatever it was, tore it self out of his grasp, ran across the room, opened the door and rushed out. Quickly recovering from his fright, he started to chase at top speed but he was too late. The passage outside his room was empty.

1. Why did Iwan jump out of bed and tried to get to the window?

A. He was thrown violently across the room 
B. He knew that the window was open
C. He wanted to know where the cold air came form
D. He was restless and could not sleep
E. He couldn’t see anything in the dark room

Jawaban: C

2. The story tells us about…

A. Iwan’s journey
B. A mysterious creature
C. A burglary at sea
D. An adventurous night
E. The chase on board

Jawaban: B

3. Which og the following statement is TRUE according to the text? 

A. Iwan wondered why yhe window was open 
B. Iwan jumped out of bed because he heard something moving
C. Iwan had forgetten to fasten the window when he went to bed
D. Iwan was waiting in the dark for the creature
E. Seeing the window open, he immediately ran to close it

Jawaban: A

4. Which of the following did not frighten Iwan?
A. Something moving behind him
B. Finding somebody lying on his bed
C. A sound unfamiliar to him 
D. The violent moving of the ship
E. Touching something smooth and wet

Jawaban: D

5. From the text we may conclude that….
A. Iwan succeede in catching the creature
B. Iwan and the creature ran out of the room together
C. Iwan did not dare to ran out of the room together
D. The creature remained a mystery
E. The creature tried very hard to catch Iwan

Jawaban: D

Text 2

today most cars use gasoline, but in the future many people may drive electric cars. Electric cars do not pollute the air. Electricity from a battery powers the motoe of an electric car. Drivers of electric cars do not fill their gasoline; the connect their cars to an electrical outlet do sharge the battery with electricity. The driver an electric the car to an electrical outlet at might. In the morning, the battery is charged with enough electricity to drive all day. Electric cars are not as fast as gasoline-powered cars, and they cannot travel more than 150 miles (270 kilometers). After 150 miles, the driver must charge the battery again. However, electric cars may be one answers to the of pollution and high gasoline prices.

6. What is the topic of his paragraph?

A. Pollution and expensive gasoline
B. The batteries of electric cars
C. Gasoline cars
D. Electric cars
E. Functions of a battery

Jawaban: D

7. Compared with gasoline-powered cars, electric cars are…

A. Slower and travel shorter distance
B. Faster but travel shorter distance
C. Faster and travel longer distance
D. Faster but travel longer distance
E. As fast, but travel longer distance

Jawaban: A

Text 3

Ecologist Dr.Barry Commoner says that ecology has not yet developed specific laws, as has physics, but suggests four generalizations that have result from encological research on ecosystem. These might be considered as an informal set of laws of ecology. The four generalizations are (1) Everything is connented to everything. Thes means, everything plays a part in the the endless cycles of ecosystem. (2) Everything must go somewhere. This implies thatthere is no such thing as waste in nature. What is given off by one organism as “waste” is taken up by anoyher organism as food. (3) Nature knows best. This explains the changes having occurred over billion of years, which have made up the delicately balance ecosystem that we have today. For every organic substance produced by a living organism, nature has provided an enzyme capable of breaking down that substance. Nature takes care of all natural materials, both organic and inorganic. (4) There is not such thing as “ a free lunch”, meaning that all life in nature lives at the expense of some other life.

8. That is the main idea of the passage?

A. Ecology has not yet developed specific laws
B. Physics has developed specific laws
C. The four generalizations resulting form ecological research on ecosystems
D. Natural laws of ecology
E. Encological research as the developed of ecosystem.

Jawaban : C

9. According to the passage, our ecosystem is in a delicately balance condition. This is made possible by___

A. The ecologists’ concern for the ecosystem
B. The never-ending research on ecosystem
C. People’s awareness of the important of ecosystem
D. The availability of adequate fund to keep the ecosystem balanced
E. The characteristic of nature which taking care of all natural things

Jawaban: E

Text 4

To be good consumer it is necessary for us to understand why prices and productions of goods are always changing. This following information is a simple law to help us understand it. When prices are low people will buy more, and when prices are high they will buy less. Everyone knows this. But at the same time, producers want higher prices for their goods when they make more goods. How can we find the best prices for the goods? The law of supply and demand is the answer to this question.
According to this law, changes in the prices of goods cause changes in supply and demand. An increase in the price of goods causes an increase in supply-the number of that producer make. Producer will make more goods when they can have higher prices for the goods. At the same time, an increase in the price of the goods causes a decrease in demand-the numbers of goods the consumers buyt. This is because people buy less when the price is high. Conversely, a decrease in the price causes an increase in demand and a decrease in supply.
Business firms look at both supply and demand when they make decisions about prices and productin. They look for the equilibrium point where supply equal demand. The equilibrium point is a point where the supply curve and demand curve intersect. At this point, the number of goods produced will all be bought by the consumer at a certain price. This is called the equilibrium price. If the producers increase the price, or if they produce more, the comcumers will not buy all of the goods. Yhe producer will have a surplus-more supply than demand-so they must decrese the price in order to sell all of the goods. On the other hand, if they make fewer goods, there will be a shortage-more demand than supply-and the price will go up.
According to the law of supply and demand, the equilibrium price is the best price for the goods. Tne consumers and the producer will agree on this price because it is the only price that helps them both eqally.

10. Why does an increase in price cause an increase in supply?

A. Consumers but more goods when prices are high
B. Producers make fewer goods when prices are high
C. Producers want to sell all of their goods
D. Consumers will not buy all of the goods
E. Consumers will buy all of the goods

Jawaban: D

11. Why does a decrease in price cause an increase in demand?

A. Consumers but fewer goods when price are high
B. Producers make fewer goods when prices are low
C. Producers make more goods when prices are high
D. Consumers buy more goods when prices are low
E. Consumers buy goods even if the price is high

Jawaban: D

12. What do a business firms look at when they make decisions about prices and demand?

A. The surplus curve
B. The supply curve
C. The equilibrium point
D. The demand curve
E. B,C, and D

Jawaban : C

13. Why will consumers and producers agree on the equilibrium price?

A. It will help both equally
B. It is the only price for the goods 
C. It is lowest price
D. It is the highest price for the goods
E. All of the goods will be sold

Jawaban: A

14. When will the producers have a surplus of goods?
A. When supply equals demand
B. When there is more supply than demand
C. When there is more demand than supply
D. When they sell all of their goods
E. When consumer buy all of the goods

Jawaban: B

Text 5

Taking advantage from a high new birth rate and the enermous potential of stem cell research, india’s biotechnology firms are coaxing more parents to bank blood form their newly born’s umbilical cord form which the blood cells are frozen and to be revived and when there is a scientific breakthrough. Blood which is extracted from the baby’s umbilical cord and placenta discarded after birth are loaded with stem cells. They are master cells form which the body’s immune and blood system originate and which can develop into cells of any organ. Doctors hervest the blood cells once the umbilical cord is clamped and cut, using a collection kit. The blood is then package in a special shipping material provided. The company offcials then ship the package to the laboratory where the stem cells are processed and tested for various diseases.

These cells can help cure more than 75 serious aiments, according to Niami Khrisnan, a medical advistor of life cell, a firm which deals in preserving cord blood.n she further says that collecting and preserving the baby’s cord blood. Stem cell is a security blanket for the baby it self and its immediate family members. It is effective in the treatment of leukimia, anemia, inherited disorders and several other deficienciesn of immune system. Even lifesyle disease such diabetes, liver disorders, and heart aiment and infection diseases such as hepatitis, HIV, and malaria can also be treated with stem cell.

The two Indian companies which offer cord blood cell banking-life cell and reliance life science – have a combined repository of more than 4,000 units with reliance dominating 3,000 units. They are targetting to get 15,000 units by the end of year 2006. Life cell is going to open two banking centers outside India and to clock 10 bilion rupees (US$ 222 milion) within the next five years. Parent must pay 60,000 rupees (US$ 1,333) for the process of cord blood banking.

Prasad mangupid marketing vice-president of life cell the company followed “ethnical standards” despite controversial surrounding the stem cell research. In Desember, South Korean Investigator said thet the apparent landmark stemm cell research by cloning expert Hwang Woo-suk had been faked, turning one-time national hero into a disgraced fabricator. People are not worried with the controversy, no one know what will happen in the future. It is the “best gift” parent can give to their childern, said Roopa Devi, a doctor, who banked her son’s cord blood cells at life cell. 

15. What do biotechnology firm in india successfully do? The successfully…

A. Make a breakthrough in producing healthy stem cells form newborn babies
B. Convince parents to keep their newborn baby’s blood cells in their firms promosing that they can be reused in future
C. Persuade parents to preserve their newly born baby’s placenta and umbili cal cord to be used for medical research
D. Make money form parents who are made to believe that their babies’ cord blood cells have curative ‘value’
E. Make parents believe that the newly born baby’s blood is loaded with stem cells useful for their firms to make a breakthrough in medical treatment

16. The word “discarded” in line 7 is closest in meaning to …..

A. Thrown away 
B. Taken form 
C. Collected form
D. Pulled out
E. Put into

Jawaban: A

17. In paragraph 1, we can infer that… 

A. Newly born babies are a souce of medical breakthrough
B. The umbilical cord of newly born babies can be made into immune and blood system
C. Impaired human organs can be repaired by stem cells derived from fresh umbilical cord and palcenta
D. Human immune and blood system originate stem cells dericed from the placenta and umbilical cord of newborn babies
E. The firms can process the blood cells wherever the samples are taken

Jawaban: D

18. It can be impaired teht a baby’s cord clood cells….

A. Are life-saving for all human kind
B. Are not useful for other than the baby itself and its family
C. Are still a controversy over who will benefit form it
D. Are useful for anyone who can afford them 
E. Are a medical breakthough

Jawaban: B

19. “these cells” in line 17 refer to…..
A. Cells of any organ 
B. Immune and blood system cells
C. Blood cells 
D. Stem cells
E. All of above
Jawaban: D

20. How do these firms traet the newly born baby’s cord blood cells?

A. They extract the baby’s blood
B. They freeze the umbilical cord and placenta and the ship them
C. They clamp and cut the umbilical cord and then ship them
D. They bank the baby’s blood cells
E. They freeze the baby’s blood cells taken form its umbical cord

Jawaban: E

21. Stem cells cannot possibly cure…

A. Blood cancer
B. Nutritional deficiency
C. Haemogoblin deficiency
D. Epilepsy
E. Leukemia

Jawaban : B

22. We can infer form the article that the stem cell research…

A. Has resulted in many new medical treatment
B. Searched for possible alternatives in medical treatment, but failed
C. Has created new hope among people that most desease may have cures
D. Will be stopped in time due to its controversial nature
E. May cause more problems that giving solutions

Jawaban: C

Soal nomor 23 sampai nomor 30 tidak berhubungan dengan bacaan 

23. “Thank you for driving me home, tom.”
A. No, thanks
B. Yes, please
C. The same to you
D. Not at all
E. You too

Jawaban: D

24. These tourists, ____ are Japanese, were among the crowd participating in the “dangdunt” dance.

A. There are many 
B. Many of them
C. Whose many
D. Many of whom
E. They who

Jawaban: D

25. “I don’t see any direction to get to the waterfall.” “____ to show us the way.”

A. Also there are no guides
B. We can also not have guides
C. Nor are there any guides
D. There are no guides
E. So guides are not there

Jawaban: A
26. “has mother finally decided what to buy for herself?”

“I don’t know; let’s ask her what ____________”

A. Does she want to buy
B. To buy
C. She wants to buy
D. Is buying
E. Does she buy

Jawaban: C

27. “what a nuisance! This is the second time that my cell phone isn’t working.”
“have you taken it to the service center_________?”

A. They will check it for you
B. You should check it
C. They have to check it 
D. To have it checked
E. To have to check it

Jawaban: D
28. In spite of the many vacancies in a neighboring factory, the unemployed in my village cannot get work because___

A. They need money 
B. They work part-time
C. They are unfamiliar
D. They have jobs
E. They are unskilled

Jawaban: E

29. “I haven’t got the report on the seminar held last week.” “’m sure it ____________ on your desk yesterday.”

A. Put 
B. Being put
C. Was putting
D. Was put
E. Putting

Jawaban: D

30. Being lost, the tourist stopped_______ at his map for the place they wanted to visit.

A. Looking
B. To look
C. Was looking
D. Looked
E. He looked

Jawaban: B

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