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I. Incomplete DialoguesQuestions 16 to 30; choose the most appropriate answer
- Dito: "Where would you like to put these plants, Nia?"
Nia: "How about over here by the window?"
Dito: ".... They need much light."
- That’s good news.
- What a surprise!
- You’re right.
- No, thanks.
- Receptionist: "...?"
Guest: "Yes. I would like to meet the Headmaster.
Receptionist: "Wait a minute, please."
- Would you meet the Headmaster tomorrow, Sir?
- Who do you want to meet, Sir?
- May I help you, Sir?
- May I introduce you to the Headmaster?
- Deni: "I can’t find the pharmacy. It must have moved somewhere."
Sri: "Yes, .... But now it’s a barbershop."
- There was a barbershop here.
- Here’s the pharmacy.
- I know where the pharmacy is.
- There used to be a pharmacy here.
- Yuni: "I’ve joined an English club. Would you like to join us in our next meeting this weekend?"
Gina: ".... I have nothing to do on Saturdays and Sundays."
Yuni: "Great then. That way we can always practice our English."
- I’m very sorry but I can’t come with you.
- I think you should practice alone.
- That sounds interesting.
- How do you practice your English?
- Ita: "I’m sorry for being late, Sir. ...?"
Teacher: "Well, you often come late, Ita. Why are you late again now?"
Icha: "The traffic was busy and the bus was very slow."
- Shall I come to your classroom?
- Could you come earlier?
- How long have I been late?
- May I come in?
- Aldo: "The soup is much too salty. ...."
Alya: "I’m surprised. The food here is usually very good."
Aldo: "I know. I’ve brought clients here many times."
- Can you find it on the menu?
- I think I’ll send it back.
- The waiter always serves the food.
- I don’t know that this is a good restaurant.
- Ayu: "I can’t decide what to eat. ...?"
Waiter: "Well, we have special Arabic chicken curry, Ma’am."
Ayu: "Alright. I’ll have that with a plate of rice and a glass of orange juice, please."
- Would you have anything to eat?
- What do you recommend?
- Could you take my order?
- What would you like to eat?
- Heri: "When will my laundry be ready?"
Assistant: "In an hour at the latest, Sir. You can wait in the waiting room.
Heri: "I don’t think so. I have something to do. ...."
- I’ll make it ready soon.
- I’ll come back later.
- Could you wait with me?
- I sent my laundry here yesterday.
- Sigit: "Our school will not allow us to bring mobile phones to school. What do you think?"
Lodi: ".... We may need to communicate with our parents."
Sigit: "Yes, especially when we need our parents to pick us up."
- I completely disagree.
- I agree with it.
- That’s very true.
- I can’t agree more.
- Tukul: "How will you spend your vacation?"
Gayus: "I’ll go to Bali. If I had a longer vacation, ...."
- I would have gone around the world.
- I will travel to Hawaii.
- I would visit Hawaii as well.
- I would spend my vacation at home.
- Tomo: "Excuse me. …?"
Receptionist: "This way, Sir. It’s along this corridor, next to the lift."
- Where is the conference room?
- Where can I find the lift?
- Can you tell me where the lift is?
- Which way should you take?
- Wati: "Did you enjoy your trip?"
Ida: "Yes, thank you. ...."
- The service of the airline was satisfying.
- I will surely enjoy it.
- I would like to take a trip.
- Have a great time.
- Aryapati: "Do you have any flights to Medan next Tuesday afternoon?"
Clerk: ".... Yes, there's a flight at 6:45 a.m. and one at 9:00 a.m."
Aryapati: "That’s fine. I’ll take that."
- How many flights do you need?
- Just a moment, please.
- When are you going to fly?
- Do you want a plane ticket or a bus ticket?
- Siti: "How long do you think the staff meeting will last?"
Silvi: "The schedule says it will last for two hours. ...."
Siti: "Let’s finish on time. I have a lunch appointment at twelve."
- We’ll probably finish at about eleven.
- We have just finished.
- What time would you like to finish?
- We’ll finish it after work tomorrow.
- Gita: "Can we use the conference room for a meeting tomorrow morning?"
Clerk: ".... It’s free in the afternoon, though."
Gita: "OK. We’ll reschedule for tomorrow at 2 p.m."
- Of course.
- No, we’re full until tomorrow afternoon.
- I guess there should be no problem with that.
- No, it’s already been reserved.
II. Error RecognitionQuestions 31 to 35, choose the inappropriate structure in the sentences below.
- The Peninsula Hotel (A) where is located in New York City, is a place to see. Every room (B) is high-tech with remote controls for (C) lighting, music, TV, and air conditioning. As a matter of fact, the huge marble bathrooms may be the (D) most beautiful in New York City.
- Ardi: "I’m thinking about (A) getting a new monitor."
Eddo: "Oh, yeah? What kind?"
Ardi: "Everyone (B) says I (C) should get an LCD monitor."
Eddo: "Yes. It’s more expensive but it saves (D) most energy."
- to get
- Customer: "Excuse me. Where (A) could I find toothpaste?"
Attendant: "Toothpaste? It’s in aisle two."
Customer: "I know, but I (B) shouldn’t find any."
Attendant: "I’m sorry. (C) Let me get you some from the back."
Customer: "(D) Thank you very much."
- Man: "(A) Tell me something about your family."
Woman: "Sure. What (B) do you want to know?"
Man: "Well, (C) could you have any brothers or sisters?"
Woman: "I (D) have two older brothers and a younger sister."
- Roni: "This printer’s driving me (A) crazy!"
Agus: "What do you (B) mean?"
Roni: "It’s not working again. It won’t print."
Agus: "Oh, no. If we (C) didn’t fix it (D) soon, we’ll have to find another printer."
III. Reading ComprehensionQuestions 36 - 50 are based on a selection of reading materials. Choose the best answer A, B, C, or D to each question.
Questions 36-38 refer to the following letter
Mr. Joseph Sung
- What does the letter talk about?
- A mistake in a credit card bill
- A change to an account number
- A complaint about customer service
- A charge for a late payment
- What is Mr. Sung asked to do?
- Contact the department store
- Wait six to eight weeks
- Adjust his account balance
- Pay his bill immediately
- What is suggested by Mr. Nagle if Mr.Sung needs more help?
- Sending an email to Mr. Nagle
- Sending a fax to the customer service representative
- Make a phone call to Mr. Nagle
- Make a phone call to the customer service representative
- For which employees are these training sessions primarily intended?
- Maintenance Staff
- Office Assistants
- Which course is offered only in the evening?
- Issues Management
- Customer Service
- Workplace Safety
- Evaluating Employee
- According to the information, when are refunds provided?
- When cancellations are received a week in advance.
- When the employee’s supervisor cancels on the day of the session.
- When the instructor fails to attend the session.
- When the weather causes the session to be canceled.
|Lorraine Kulasingam has worked in the fashion industry as stylist for ten years, choosing the clothing that models and movie stars wear for on-camera appearances. “I am the one who decides how the actors look,” she says. “I love it. Every day is different.”|
Although Lorraine routinely meets famous movie stars, there is a disadvantage to her job: she often works 18-hour days, and she has to accommodate everyone’s schedule. “It’s pretty tiring,” she admits. “But I wouldn’t change careers for anything.”
- What is indicated about Ms. Kulasingam’s job?
- She has recently changed her careers.
- She often works very long days.
- She gets tired of doing the same thing.
- She recently received a promotion.
- What does Ms. Kulasingam do in her job?
- Hires models who appear in advertisement.
- Selects clothing models and film stars.
- Organizes filming of televisions program.
- Takes picture for the fashion industry.
- What could be considered a benefit of her position?
- Meeting famous people.
- Receiving free accommodation.
- Being able to set her own work hours.
- Being in management-level position.
- What is being advertised?
- An executive secretary
- A job opening
- A qualified representative
- an immediate execution
- You should send your resume by
- Which of the following is NOT required?
- work experience
- English skill
- ability to operate computer
- experience in a reputable academy
Giving gifts is a well-known way to show our attention toward somebody else. Moreover, giving gifts may be important for certain special moments. Unusual or even weird gifts would leave a sweet memory for us and the recipient. So, try these tips to find something unusual as your gifts.
Look for gifts wherever you find yourself, especially when you were on a trip. From a bazaar in Bandung to a tag sale in Berlin. Use the Internet. Follow links until you find what you want. Track down items such as rare prints, out-of-print books or antiques in the auction. Give a welcome service. A massage, costume makeovers, a day at the spa, or romantic dinner will be a nice welcome gift.
Combine one or two things for a spectacular effect. The picture frame that you bought in Bali might provide the perfect background for showing off the portrait of the recipient.
Come to a handicrafts store and talk to the people that make unique pieces. Visit art supply stores, craft shops, art galleries and factory stores for ideas.
- The word well-known in the first line has the similar meaning with ....
- The following are suggestions given from the text above, EXCEPT….
- Browse the internet to search a special gift.
- Match one or two things for spectacular effect.
- Visit some museums to get some ideas.
- Come to a handicraft shops and have a talk to the people there.
- What are the welcome services which can be given?
- A massage, costume makeovers, a day at the spa, and romantic dinner.
- A message, hair makeovers, a day at the spa, and romantic dinner.
- A massage, costume make over, two days at the spa, and romantic dinner.
- A message, costume makeovers, a day at the spa, and romantic dinner.