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Question 1 (1 point)

… randomly out of the 5 classes as the accessible population, the subjects of the experiment represented the
students of high-level achievers.

Question 1 options:
Were drawn
Drawn
Being drawn
Having drawn
They were drawn

Question 2 (1 point)
A tsunami is a series of ocean waves that sends surges of water, sometimes reaching heights of over 100 feet
(30.5 meters), onto land. These walls of water can cause widespread destruction when they crash ashore. These
awe-inspiring waves are typically caused by large, undersea earthquakes at tectonic plate boundaries. When the
ocean floor at a plate boundary rises or falls suddenly, it displaces the water above it and launches the rolling
waves that will become a tsunami. Most tsunami, about 80 percent, happen within the Pacific Ocean's "Ring of
Fire," a geologically active area where tectonic shifts make volcanoes and earthquakes common. Tsunamis may
also be caused by underwater landslides or volcanic eruptions. They may even be launched, as they frequently
were in Earth's ancient past, by the impact of a large meteorite plunging into an ocean. Tsunamis race across the
sea at up to 500 miles (805 kilometers) an hour — about as fast as a jet airplane. At that pace they can cross the
entire expanse of the Pacific Ocean in less than a day. And their long wavelengths mean they lose very little
energy along the way. A tsunami's trough, the low point beneath the wave's crest, often reaches shore first.
When it does, it produces a vacuum effect that sucks coastal water seaward and exposes harbor and sea floors.
This retreating of sea water is an important warning sign of a tsunami, because the wave's crest and its
enormous volume of water typically hit shore five minutes or so later. Recognizing this phenomenon can save
lives. A tsunami is usually composed of a series waves, called a wave train, so its destructive force may be
compounded as successive waves reach shore. People experiencing a tsunami should remember that the danger
may not have passed with the first wave and should await official word that it is safe to return to vulnerable
locations. Some tsunamis do not appear on shore as massive breaking waves but instead resemble a quickly
surging tide that inundates coastal areas. Why did the author write the report?

Question 2 options:
To raise people' awareness about tsunami.
To warn people about an upcoming tsunami.
To inform people about past tsunamis.
To inform people about the different types of tsunami.
To warn people about the dangers of tsunami.

Question 3 (1 point)
From the text, we know that Tsunami can be very destructive because.

Question 3 options:
they come after earthquakes
they are caused by volcanic eruptions
they are tall, fast, forceful and repetitive
they have a vacuum effect
they occur suddenly

Question 4 (1 point)
All human beings eat food and make use of the chemical energy in it, so do all other animals. Perhaps you
wonder where all that chemical energy comes from. Why doesn't the food all get used up? The answer is
that new food is being grown as fast as old food is used to. It is the green plants that form the new food.
Animals either eat the plants or eat other animals that have eaten plants. The green substance of plants is
chlorophyll. Chlorophyll can absorb sunlight. When it does so, it changes the energy of the sun into
chemical energy. The chemical energy present in sunlit chlorophyll is used to combine dioxide in the air
with water from the soil. Starch and other complicated compounds are formed. These are high in chemical
energy obtained from the sunlit chlorophyll. They make up the food on which mankind and all other animals
live. In the process of forming this food, some oxygen atoms are left over. These are given off into the air by
the plants. The whole process is called photosynthesis. Thus, plants use sunlight to from food and oxygen to
from carbon dioxide and water again. Plants change the sun's energy into chemical energy. And animals
change the animal energy into kinetic and heat energy. What will happen when the chlorophyll absorbs
sunlight? It will....

Question 4 options:
change heat into kinetic energy
form complicated compound
make use of heat energy
change kinetic energy into chemical energy
change the sun's energy into chemical energy

Question 5 (1 point)
From the text we know that ....

Question 5 options:
plant need to heat energy to live
all human beings need chemical energy
plants absorb sunlight to produce kinetic energy
chlorophyll is the most important thing in photosynthesis
sun's energy cannot be formed into kinetic energy

Question 6 (1 point)
The underlined word has similar meaning with......

Question 6 options:
core
body
stuff
essence
material
Question 7 (1 point)
Because theme-based teaching is very demanding the teacher is supposed to plan the lesson in advance even
if she/he is (26)…. Nevertheless there should always be some choice points in theme-based teaching. Those
choice points are for the teacher and the students to decide which activity (27)… or how much time they
spend on it. Which option best completes (26)?

Question 7 options:
truly unskillful
slightly trained
rather qualified
newly graduated
very experienced

Question 8 (1 point)
Which option best completes (27)?

Question 8 options:
the teachers choose
the principal allow
they will consider
they can do
the students like

Question 9 (1 point)
College students as young and enthusiastic generation needs … to show their academic capacities and
capabilities in their research.

Question 9 options:
fair deals
elbow rooms
iron wills
fellow feelings
Herculean tasks

Question 10 (1 point)
Her students like her very much not only because of her teaching performance but also her appearance that
is always….

Question 10 options:
spick and span
safe and sound
fair and square
rough and ready
bright and early

Question 11 (1 point)

How many options are available to save power?

Question 11 options:
1
2
3
4
5.
Question 12 (1 point)
How to Make a Pencil Case Steps 1. Choose the size you want. If you want to put longer items, such as a
ruler, placed in your pencil case, you'll need a longer pencil case. 2. Find a bag or box that suitable with
your choice of size. It doesn't have be nice looking, but strong and clean. 3. Cover the box with paper, any
color. 4. Decorate the container. Try some or all of the following ideas. • Put on same cool sticker. •
Decorate with your own art with makers: draw lines, shapes, animals, people, etc. • Cut some magazine
pictures and stick them on it. • Totally cover the box with wrapping paper; and • Glue on shells, buttons, or
anything else you want to decorate the pencil case with. Add glitter if you like. 5. Show all your friends, and
be proud of your unique pencil case The length of the pencil case depends on....

Question 12 options:
the items we are going to put there
the ruler we have
the size of the pen
the box that we find
the length of box we have
Question 13 (1 point)
What should we do after the case is wrapped?

Question 13 options:

the case is ready to be used


let your friends decorate your case
glue necessary parts to make it stronger
stick something on the case to make it beautiful
leave some spaces without colored paper

Question 14 (1 point)
From the text above it can be concluded that we have to be ... in decorating the box to have a good result.

Question 14 options:
mindful
careful
alert
risky
creative

Question 15 (1 point)
In many parts of the globe people enjoy luxurious food. Meanwhile, still many others in the other parts are
starving ….

Question 15 options:
absolutely
strongly
fiercely
totally
highly

Question 16 (1 point)
In the realm of human interaction informatics there are few things as important as an understanding of
natural language processing (NLP). After all, data is meaningless without analysis and context. We need to
be able to interpret the information (32) for it to be useful. The underlined part for it to be useful in the
passage may be best rephrased as….

Question 16 options:
because it is worthwhile
as it provides messages
to be considered vital
since it is valuable
to make it functional

Question 17 (1 point)
Kaka was born in Brazilia. From age 4 to 7, his family lived in Cuiaba, following his father, a civil engineer.
At age 7, the family moved to the city of Sao Paulo, in the neighborhood of Morumbi, near the stadium of
Sao Paulo FC. As FIFA says," Kaka fails to fit the Brazilia stereo type of the kid from the Favela who first
played the game in the street with a ball made from rags. Coming from comfortable and cultured family,
Kaka kept up his studies as long as they were compatible with his profession." His talent was soon
recognized. A professor called the family and suggested enrolling him in a football school. At age 8, Kaka
was playing with Sao Paulo FC, where he succeeded in all categories. At age 14, Kaka used to wake up two
hours early, to keep up with his studies. Kaka meneged to conclude the intermediary cycle (e leven years) in
Brazil, before dedicating exclusively to football. In 2006, only 24 years old, Kaka was one of the main
Brazilian players in the World Cup. Despite the abundance of good players, coach Carlos Alberto Parreira
already said that Kaka would stars as a principle. The groups formed by Kaka, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, and
Adriano was called "the Magic Square" by Brazilian media fans. Having recognized Kaka's talent, the
professor suggested that ... in the football school.

Question 17 options:
he become a supervisor
he enroll as a member
he accommodate
he practice more
he spend his free time

Question 18 (1 point)
The main idea of paragraph 3 is....

Question 18 options:

his talent was soon recognized


Kaka would stars as a principle
"Magic Square" was formed by Kaka, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, and Adriano
a professor suggested Kaka's family enrolling him in a football school
Kaka was one of the main Brazilian players in the World Cup

Question 19 (1 point)
"His talent was soon recognized" (paragraph 2). The underlined word is closest in meaning to....

Question 19 options:
Predicted
Registered
Managed
Succeeded
Identified
Question 20 (1 point)
Near the end of their study time, several students not yet holding a proposal seminar have … purpose of
discussing their thesis obstacles with their thesis advisor.

Question 20 options:
genuine
obvious
strong
open
express

Question 21 (1 point)
Once there was a very lazy king. He hardly did any physical activity. As a result he started to be ill. He called
the royal doctor and said, "Give medicine to get well. If you don't cure me, I will kill you." The doctor knew
laziness was the main cause of the king's illness. The next daythe doctor gave him big dumbbells and said,
'Your Majesty, you must swingthese magic bells in your hands every morning and evening for an hour. Do
these till your arms starting sweating and you will start getting cured." The king did this everyday not knowing
that it was an exercise. Within a few weeks his body became fit and he felt alert and energetic. He thanked the
doctor and asked the cure's secret. The royal doctor said, "Your Majesty, the magic of this cure will keep you fit
if you keep on swinging these dumbbells. The day you stop you will became ill again." The king did the
physical exercises because....

Question 21 options:
the doctor obliged him to do it
he did not realize it was magic
he believed it would make him fit
he thought it would cure his illness
the warned him to always keep fit

Question 22 (1 point)
The story is about....

Question 22 options:
a doctor who cured the king from his laziness
a king who made efforts to cure his illness
the secret cure for the king's ailment
the benefit of exercise to keep healthy
the way to keep the king healthy

Question 23 (1 point)
We learn from the story that....

Question 23 options:
laziness is the major cause of every bad men
keeping fit does not necessarily need serious efforts
magic balls can be used as a means of curing illness
curing any illness should not be based on superstition
we can teach people to be fit without offending them
Question 24 (1 point)

Our library now provides … to browse academic e-learning sources more freely and quickly.
Question 24 options:

us a facility
a facility for us
for us a facility
us with a facility
with a facility for us
Question 25 (1 point)

Perhaps no one has looked at the question more closely than the linguist Stephen Krashen, who has
introduced some of the most influential concepts to the study of second-language acquisition. (46) …, he
makes the distinction between learning and acquisition in his input hypothesis. The former is the conscious,
traditional grammar-based process in the classroom, while the latter is essentially how we, as children, pick
up our first language. Withour language abilities, (47) …. He says that our mistake is trying to teach
languages in the same way we teach science, history and mathematics. Teaching a language is not. Instead,
he believes that learners should acquire second languages (48) … in the way children learn their first
language. Which option best completes (46)?

Question 25 options:

In abstract words
In the first place
In this context
In entirety
In a theoretical level

Question 26 (1 point)
. Which option best completes (47)?
Question 26 options:

either happens
it happens, too
it also happens
neither happens
both neither happen
Question 27 (1 point)
Which option best completes (48)?

Question 27 options:

orderly
similarly
logically
individually
accordingly

Question 28 (1 point)
Physical dimension is the first one to mention concerning the weight management as the primary aim of the
weight management is the prevention of gaining weight and maintaining the body at its lower weight. It is
obvious that the abuse of alcohol, drugs, smoking make a negative influence on the physical development of a
person. In fact, physical fitness in its turn may help to keep the body in a rather good condition. It offers several
advantages, two of which are good health and improved appearance. (49) … There are ways to be healthy in
this broad context. But, the best way to maintain health is to preserve it through a healthful lifestyle, rather than
waiting until we are sick to put things right.Healthy habits help prevent certain health conditions, such as heart
disease, stroke, and high blood pressure. If you take care of yourself, you can keep your cholesterol and blood
pressure within a safe range. … The sentence that best completes the blank spaces in (69) is ….
Question 28 options:

Health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being, not just the absence of sickness.
Being healthy is important because a man of health can enjoy great happiness during his life time.
Fitness is the normal and sound state of the body which is a great source of peace and happiness.
Health is essential for all our activities of life whatever we may be – a doctor, a leader, an artist.
The first and essential condition for maintaining good health is regular exercise at stated times.

Question 29 (1 point)
Sentences in the active voice have energy and directness, … will keep your reader turning the pages.
Question 29 options:

two of which
which they
which both
both of which
of which

Question 30 (1 point)
Snakes are reptiles (cold-blooded creatures). They belong to the same group as lizard (the scaled group,
Squamata) but from a sub-group of their own (Serpentes). Snakes have two legs but a long time ago they
had claws to help them slither along. Snakes are not slimy. They are covered in scales which are just bumps
on the skin. Their skin is hard and glossy to reduce friction as the snake slithers along the ground. Snakes
often sun bathe on rock in the warm weather. This is because snake is cold-blooded; they need the sun's
warmth to heat their bodies up. Most snakes live in the country. Some types of snakes live in trees; some
live in water, but most live on the ground in deserted rabbit burrows, in thick, long grass, and in old logs. A
snake's diet usually consists of frogs, lizards, mice, and other snakes. The anaconda can eat small crocodiles
and even bears. Many snakes protect themselves with their fangs. Some snakes are protected by scaring their
enemies away like Cobra. The flying snakes glide away from danger. Their ribs spread apart and the skin
stretches out. Its technique is just like the sugar gliders. We know from the text that snakes....
Question 30 options:

do not have claws


do not like sunlight
have two legs and claws
use their legs to climb the tree
use their claws to slither along the ground

Question 31 (1 point)

Since the snakes are cold-blooded they....


Question 31 options:

like sucking the cool blood


avoid sun-bathing to their skins
never sun bathe in the warm weather
live on the ground in deserted burrows
require the sun's warmth to heat their bodies

Question 32 (1 point)

SUPER SALE TO MARK CROSSROAD SUPERMARKET'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY In the whole month
of July Come and visit us this July to celebrate our 10th anniversary and enjoy a lot of surprises. We offer: •
Up to 50% discount on dairy products, bakery and fresh meat. • Free food samples, free ice cream, and free
gifts. • Trivia Contests to win 10 mobile phones, 10 microwaves, and 10 desktop computer sets. • Daily live
music from 5 to 9 pm. • Weekend surprises. Visit our website www.crossroadsupermarket.com to get more
information on all special events in July, or contact us at 7994352. See you at Crossroad Supermarket at no.
45 Washington Avenue. Bring this flyer and get a free gift at the Customer Service Counter. What is
advertised in the flyer?
Question 32 options:

A new supermarket.
A series of anniversary events.
Summer sale.
Weekend Surprises.
A crossroad.

Question 33 (1 point)

What will a shopper who brings this flyer get?


Question 33 options:
Discount voucher.
Free food samples.
Free gift.
Free ice-cream.
Surprises.
Question 34 (1 point)

The 30 fastest growing occupations 2010-2020 (in thousands)

Which occupation will grow the most from 2010 to 2020?

Question 34 options:

Biomedical engineers.
Dental hygienists.
Home health aides.
Health educators.
Carpenters
Question 35 (1 point)

The best arrangement of these sentences to make a logical paragraph is .... 1. Higher education is very
necessary for all to get good jobs in our lives. 2. Home is the first place of education and parents are first
teachers in everyone's life. 3. Slowly we go ahead by passing our one by one class until we pass successfully
till 12th standard. 4. Our parents let us know the importance of good education in the life. 5. Then we
prepare for getting admissions to as higher study. 6. When we become three or four years old, we go to the
school for the proper study. 7. In our childhood, we get the first impression of education from our mother.
Question 35 options:
1–7–4–3–6–5–2
2–6–7–4–3–5–1
2–7–4–6–3–5–1
1–6–4–7–2–3–5
3–5–7–4–6–2–1

Question 36 (1 point)

The commonly used acronym BICS describes social, conversational language used for oral communication.
Also described as social language, this type of communication offers many cues to the listener and is (30)
…. BICS describes the development of conversational fluency in the second language, (31) … for students
from different linguistic backgrounds to comprehend context-embedded social language readily. Which
option best completes (30)?
Question 36 options:

language context-embedded
context-embedded language
embedded-language context
language-embedded context
context-language embedded

Question 37 (1 point)
Which option best completes (31)?
Question 37 options:

which it takes about two years


which taking about two years
which takes about two years
which take about two years
which to take about two years
Question 38 (1 point)

The KWL strategy is first taught to students by introducing and explaining the strategy to each of the
student groups. The teacher starts off by making three columns on the chalkboard and indicating the three
parts by putting a K in the first column, a W in the second column, and an L in the third column. The
teacher then selects a topic and the students will describe (33) what they already know about that topic and
the teacher will place it in the K column. An example is: given the topic of outer space, the students are to
describe orally to the teacher any background information that they may have. The underlined part what
they already know in the passage may be best rephrased as….
Question 38 options:

their prior knowledge


their mastery
their knowledge
their understanding
their understanding

Question 39
The meaning that best expresses these two sentences: 'I do not know the steps of the PQRST strategy.' and 'I
cannot implement the strategy in my reading class.' is….
Question 39 options:

If I know the steps of the PQRST strategy, I will implement it in my reading class
If I knew the steps of the PQRST strategy, I would implement it in my reading class
If I knew the steps of the PQRST strategy, I would implement it in my reading class
If I would knew the steps of the PQRST strategy, I would implement it in my reading class
If I did not know the steps of the PQRST strategy, I would not implement it in my reading class

Question 40 (1 point)

The meaning that best expresses these two sentences: 'The facilitator lent me his book.' and 'It was very
interesting to me.' is….
Question 40 options:

The facilitator lent me his book that I found it very interesting


The facilitator lent me his book I found it was very interesting
The facilitator lent me his book that I found it was very interesting
The facilitator lent me his book, which I found it very interesting
The facilitator lent me his book, which was I found it very interesting

Question 41 (1 point)

The use of formalin and other dangerous preservatives in food has been a serious for two reasons. Firstly,
formalin is not for human beings, but it is for biological specimen and experiments. Formalin in biology is a
10% solution of formaldehyde in water which is usually used as a disinfectant or to preserve biological
specimens. Thus, it is not for food preservative, it will be very dangerous to human's body. The second
reason is that there is not tight control from the government. This condition makes the people's health is
really in a threat. When the control is weak and the use of formalin is spread wide all over the Indonesia
regions, and these days it has really happened, the citizens' bodies will be badly contaminated with the
poisons. Fish or food traders still sell their product which contain formalin and dangerous preservatives. Can
you imagine that our digestive system absorbs the substance the should be for the human and animal
corpses? Considering the reasons, we can makes a conclusion that the use of formalin and other
preservatives is really a serious problem if it is not resolved immediately. Why is formalin dangerous for
human's body?
Question 41 options:

It is not food preservatives.


It is a disinfectant for human beings.
It is used to preserve biological specimens.
It is 10% solution of formaldehyde in water.
It is controlled flighty from government.
Question 42 (1 point)

The main idea of paragraph 2 is….


Question 42 options:

the human's bodies will be harmful after consuming the formalin


the government has not controlled the use of formalin firmly
the weak control of using formalin is not threatening the human
the human's bodies will be harmful after consuming the formalin
the use of formalin is know all over the regions

Question 43 (1 point)

Based on the facts above, the writer suggests that….


Question 43 options:

people have to avoid consuming formalin in their food


the use of formaldehyde is necessary to control the food
people should add 10% solution of formaldehyde in water
the food preservative is required to make the food delicious
food seller is supposed to pour formalin for food products

Question 44 (1 point)

Thesis advisors commonly have high expectations on their students' thesis completion based on the
standards set up by the university, hoping that students can … them.
Question 44 options:

keep up with
get away with
stick up for
live up to
get on with

Question 45 (1 point)
What is modified in the text?
Question 45 options:

Laptop's "power plant".


Laptop's battery.
Laptop's "Power Saver".
Options setting.
Power options.

Question 46 (1 point)
What is not true about dental hygienists?
Question 46 options:

In 2020, there will be 68,000 more dental hygienists than in 2010.


In 2010, there were 250,000 dental hygienists.
It requires an associate degree.
From 2010 to 2020, this job will grow by 37%.
It needs no Short-term on-the-job training

Question 47 (1 point)
While often defined simplistically as "school work at home and home work at school," Flipped Learning is
an approach that allows teachers to (28) implement a methodology, or various methodologies, in their
classrooms. To counter some of the misconceptions about this term, the governing board and key leaders of
the Flipped Learning Network (FLN), all experienced Flipped Educators, have(29) composed a formal
definition of "Flipped Learning." The underlined word 'implement' is synonymous with….
Question 47 options:

employ
to utilize
to manage
to organize
to administer

Question 48
While often defined simplistically as "school work at home and home work at school," Flipped Learning is
an approach that allows teachers to (28) implement a methodology, or various methodologies, in their
classrooms. To counter some of the misconceptions about this term, the governing board and key leaders of
the Flipped Learning Network (FLN), all experienced Flipped Educators, have(29) composed a formal
definition of "Flipped Learning." The antonym of the underlined word 'composed' is ….
Question 48 options:

assembled
collected
amassed
dispersed
clustered

Question 49 (1 point)

Wine making has been around for thousands of years. (44)…. It is a natural process requiring little human
intervention. However, each wine maker guides the process through different techniques. In general, there
are five basic components of the wine making process: harvesting, crushing and pressing, fermentation,
clarification and aging, and bottling. (45)…. However, they also add variations and deviations along the way
to make their wine unique. Which option best completes (44)?
Question 49 options:

Wine making is not known by many


This makes wine popular universally
It is not only an art but also a science
Wine makers have a secret to do it
Sometimes machines are involved

Question 50 (1 point)
Which option best completes (45)?
Question 50 options:

Careful handling is assured in wine making


Wine making normally takes a long process
Good wine factories use standard processes
Wine makers typically follow these five steps
However, these depends on the grape quality