Prediksi Bocoran Soal UN Bahasa Inggris IPS SMA/MA 2017

Prediksi Bocoran Soal UN Bahasa Inggris IPS SMA/MA 2017 - Pada kesempatan kali ini kami akan memberikan contoh latihan soal bahasa indonesia untuk soal pra ujian nasional yang khususnya untuk sma program studi ipa. Prediksi soal bahasa indonesia ini merupakan soal Tryout UN SMA 2017 oleh dinas pendidikan propinsi DKI Jakarta dan Tangerang.

Contoh soal UN ini Universitas Gunadarma merupakan soal yang valid sebagai bahan latihan UN SMA 2017 karena telah disusun sesuai Kisi-kisi SKL UN 2017. Dan dalam beberapa tahun ini kami telah meninjau dengan keakuratan soal ujian nasional ini yang memang sangat tepat dan tidak meleset dengan soal UN yang sesungguhnya.

Ini bukanlah sebuah bocoran soal ujian nasional, namun ini hanyalah sebuah sarana untuk bekal dalam pembelajaran soal soal ujian nasional yang dapat adik adik latih dirumah untuk persiapan ujian nasional yang sebenarnya.

Langsung saja simak Soal Latihan Bahasa Inggris Ujian Nasional IPS SMA 2017 : 


Prediksi Bocoran Soal UN Bahasa Inggris IPS SMA/MA 2017




PRA UJIAN NASIONAL

 

TAHUN PELAJARAN 2016 / 2017

 

                       
SMA / MA   
BAHASA INGGRIS 
Program Studi IPS 
 
 
 
 
Kerjasama 
STMIK JAKARTA STI&K  
 
dengan  
 
DINAS PENDIDIKAN DKI  JAKARTA DAN 
DINAS PENDIDIKAN TANGERANG SELATAN 
 

 
P E T U N J U K   U M U M 
 
 
 
1.  Sebelum  mengerjakan  ujian,  telitilah  terlebih  dahulu  jumlah  dan  nomor  halaman  yang 
terdapat pada naskah ujian. 
 
2.  Tulislah  nomor  peserta  saudara  pada  lembar  jawaban,  sesuai  dengan  petunjuk  yang 
diberikan oleh panitia. 
 
3.  Bacalah dengan cermat setiap petunjuk yang menjelaskan cara menjawab soal. 
 
4.  Jawablah  dahulu  soal-soal  yang  menurut  saudara  mudah,  kemudian  lanjutkan  dengan 
menjawab soal-soal yang lebih sukar sehingga semua soal terjawab. 
 
5.  Tulislah  jawaban  saudara  pada  lembar  jawaban  ujian  yang  disediakan  dengan  cara  dan 
petunjuk yang telah diberikan oleh petugas. 
 
6.  Untuk keperluan coret-mencoret dapat menggunakan tempat yang luang pada naskah ujian 
ini dan jangan sekali-kali menggunakan lembar jawaban. 
 
7.  Selama ujian saudara tidak diperkenankan bertanya atau minta penjelasan mengenai soal-
soal yang diujikan kepada siapapun, termasuk pengawas ujian. 
 
8.  Setelah  ujian  selesai,  harap  saudara  tetap  duduk  di  tempat  saudara  sampai  pengawas 
datang ke tempat saudara untuk mengumpulkan lembar jawaban. 
 
9.  Perhatikan  agar  lembar  jawaban  ujian  tidak  kotor,  tidak  basah,  tidak  terlipat  dan  tidak 
sobek. 
 
10.  Kode naskah ujian  ini  
 
 
 
P E T U N J U K   K H U S U S 
 
 
1.  Jumlah soal sebanyak 50 butir yang terdiri dari 15 soal listening test dan 35 soal written test. 
 
2.  Pilihlah salah satu jawaban yang paling tepat dengan menghitamkan pada salah satu huruf 
a, b, c, d, atau e di Lembar Jawaban. 
 
3.  Untuk membetulkan jawaban, hapuslah dengan karet penghapus sampai bersih, kemudian 
hitamkan jawaban yang benar 
 
 

08

 

PRA UN SMA 2017  1 
 

LISTENING SECTION 
In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. 
There are four parts to this section, with special directions for each part. 
 
Part  I   
Questions 1 to 4 
Directions: 
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues spoken in English. The dialogue will be spoken twice. 
They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are 
saying. 
After you hear a dialogue and the question about it, read the five possible answers and decide which one 
would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Now listen to a sample question. 
You will hear: 
Man  : Hi, Tina! Are you free on Saturday morning? 
Woman  : Yes. Any plan to do? 
Man   Senayan. Would you care to join us? 
Woman    
 
Narrator: What are the speakers talking about? 
 
A.  Loving books 
B.  Asking free time 
C.  Buying some books 
D.  Planning to see book fare 
E.  Activity on Saturday morning 
 
should answer choice (D) 
 
1.  A.  Nice woman. 
B.  Handwriting. 
C.  Composition.  
D.  Flattering. 
E.  Honesty. 
 
2.  A.  New company. 
B.  Looking for a job. 
C.  Getting a new job. 
D.  Having an interview. 
E.  An assistant manager. 
 
3.  A.  Go to the library. 
B.    
C.  Go to the nearest book store. 
D.  Buy an expensive grammar book. 
E.  Buy the grammar book in the book store. 
4.  A.  The man is   
B.  The woman knows Linda. 
C.  The man   
D.  Johan has found a better girl friend. 
E.   -boy-friend. 


 

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Part II 
Questions: 5 to 7 
Directions: 
In this part of the test, you will hear several questions or statements spoken in English followed by four 
responses, also spoken in English. The questions and responses will be spoken twice. They will not be 
printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying. You 
have to choose the best response to each question or statement. 
 
Now listen to a sample question: 
 
Man   : You look uncomfortable. 
Woman    
Woman    
Man  : 
 
You will also hear:    
A.    
B.    
C.  Thank you. 
D.    
   
Narrator    
you sh C  
 
5.  Mark your answer on your answer sheet 
6.  Mark your answer on your answer sheet 
7.  Mark your answer on your answer sheet 
 
Part III 
Questions 8 to 11 
 
Directions:  
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues or monologues spoken in English. The dialogues 
or monologues will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen 
carefully  to  understand  what  the  speakers  are  saying.  After  you  listen  to  the  dialogue  or 
monologue, look at the five pictures provided in your test book, and decide which one would be the 
most suitable with the dialogue or monologue you have heard. 
 
8.   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A  C  B

 

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9.   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
10.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

E  D 


C  B 





C  B 

D

 

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11.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Part IV 
Questions 12 to 15 
Directions:  
In this part of the test, you will hear several monologues. Each monologue will be spoken twice. They will 
not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying. 
After you hear the monologue and the question about it, read the five possible answers and decide which 
one would be the best answer to the question you have heard.  
 
12. 
A.  Three kinds of category costing 
B.  The venue of the grand final match  
C.  The prices of the grand final tickets 
D.  Donation for the earthquake victims 
E.  The condition of earthquake victims 
 
13.   
A.  It would be donated to the victims 
B.  It would be used for improving the football players 
C.  It would be spent for conducting grand final match. 
D.  It would be used for the improvement of Pekansari Stadium. 
E.  It would be given to the people who suffered from the earthquake in Pidie. 
 
14.   
A.  Ice 
B.  Ball 
C.  Rice 
D.  Sugar 
E.  Shoes 
  
15.   
A.  He met a coach. 
B.  He registered to a university 
C.  He met a professional footballer. 
D.  He played football for inter-village tournament. 
E.  He sold cake and ice at inter-village tournament. 
 


E  D 

C  B

 

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THIS IS THE END OF THE LISTENING SECTION 
 
This text is for questions 16 to 17 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
16.  What is the topic of the announcement? 
A.  Opening of the competition. 
B.  Suspension of the competition. 
C.  Rescheduling of the competition. 
D.  Participants of 210 TWILIGHT Cup. 
E.  Resumption of 210 TWILIGHT Cup. 
 
17.    . 
A.  tentative rescheduling 
B.  permitted weather 
C.  extreme weather 
D.  rainy season 
E.  rainfall 
 
This text is for questions 18 to 19 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2152 East Teak Wood  
5th of December, 2016 
 
Dear Valery,  
 
without you life would have been very boring. I still remember the first day of school when we were young, you 
has grown in past years. I would 
like to thank you for being there for me for the ups and downs of my life.  
have done without you then. You were more helpful than my relative. I can never forget how you stayed back in the 
hospital late night just to support me and my mother. 
I cherish every moment of life we spent together. Though you are away from me I still feel that you are close 
to me. How are your studies going? Last time when you wrote you seemed little worried about the portions. I know 
you will easily pass your engineering also with flying colors.  
When are your next holidays? I am eagerly waiting to meet you and spend some good time together. 
I would like to thank you for being my friend and being there for me. 
 
With best wishes, 
 
Truly yours, 
 
Shavira 
 

To all participants of 210 TWILIGHT Cup:  

 

Please be informed the opening of the competition this coming November 11 is 

postponed due to the storm an d heavy downpour.  

 

It is tentatively rescheduled to November 18 if the weather will permit. Please wait 

for updates.   

 

Thank you for your kind understanding  



 

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18.    . 
A.  was very grateful to Shavira for having helped and supported her 
B.    
C.  was given a seat by Shavira on the first day of their school 
D.  is   
E.  encouragedShavira when her father passed away 
 
19.   cherish   
 . 
A.  rely 
B.  value  
C.  enjoy 
D.  neglect 
E.  approve 
 
This text is for questions 20 to 21 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
20.  The social function of this text is to give information   
A.  Cut NyakDhien and her family 
B.  the early life of Cut NyakDhien 
C.  The admiration for Cut NyakDhien 
D.  the role of Cut NyakDhien in Aceh War 
E.  Cut NyakDhien as the national heroine 
 
21.  Why did Cut NyakDhien become very angry with the Dutch? 
A.  The Dutch withdrew her and her family. 
B.  The Dutch killed her husband in GleTarum. 
C.  Cut NyakDhien  swore to destroy the Dutch. 
D.  Ibrahim Lamnga fought to reclaim VI mukim. 
E.  She heard the news about the war in GleTarum. 
 

CUT NYAK DHIEN 
Cut  NyakDhien  was  born  into  an  Islamic  aristocratic  family  in  Aceh  Besar  in  VI  mukim 
district  in  1848.  Her  father,  TeukuNantaSetia,  was  a  member  of  the  ruling  UlèëBalang 
aristocratic class in VI mukim, and her mother was also from an aristocrat family. She was 
educated in religion and household matters. She was renowned for her beauty, and many men 
proposed to her until her parents arranged for her marriage to TeukuCek Ibrahim Lamnga, the 
son of aristocrat family, when she was twelve. 
On 26 March 1873, Dutch declared war on Aceh. During the first part of this war, the 
First Aceh Expedition, Aceh was led by PanglimaPolem and Sultan Alauddin Mahmud Syah 
II.  The  Dutch  army  sent  3,000  soldiers  led  by  Johan  Harmen  Rudolf  Köhler  to  take  the 
Sultan's  palace.  The  Sultan,  however,  received  military  aid  from  Italy  and  the  United 
Kingdom, and the Aceh army was rapidly modernized and enlarged from 10,000 to 100,000 
soldiers. Dutch forces were successfully pushed back, and Köhler died in action. 
In November 1873, during the Second Aceh Expedition the Dutch successfully captured 
VI mukim in 1873, followed by the Sultan's Palace in 1874. In 1875, Cut NyakDhien and her 
baby, along with other mothers, were evacuated to a safer location while her husband Ibrahim 
Lamnga fought to reclaim VI mukim. Teuku Ibrahim Lamnga died in action in GleTarum on 
June 29, 1878. Hearing of this, Cut NyakDhien was enraged and swore to destroy the Dutch. 
Some time after the death of her husband, an Acehnese hero Teuku Umar proposed to 
her. Although she rejected him at first, she accepted his proposal when Umar allowed her to 
fight, and they were married in 1880. This greatly boosted the morale of Aceh armies in their 
fight  against  the  KaphéBlanda,  or  Dutch  infidel.  Teuku  Umar  and  Cut  NyakDhien  had  a 
daughter together named Cut Gambang. Dhien was very determined to stay in the war that so 
took her daughter in with her.

 

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22.   evacuated to a safer location while her husband Ib    
 
A.  quit 
B.  sent 
C.  vacated 
D.  avoided 
E.  removed 
 
This text is for questions 23 to 25 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
23.  What is the most suitable topic for the text? 
A.  How to make a credit card 
B.  How to make a telephone call 
C.  How to find a telephone number 
D.  How to process credit card activation. 
E.  How to activate a credit card by phone 
 
24.  What will the customer service do when you have difficulty? 
A.  He will talk about the process. 
B.  He will have a live conversation. 
C.  He will solve the problem with you. 
D.  He will click through the activation. 
E.  He will make your credit card active. 
 
25.   code on the back 
 
The underlined word is closest in   . 
A.  data 
B.  puzzle  
C.  system 
D.  private 
E.  convention 
 
 
 

1.  Find the phone number. Like the website, the phone number to activate the credit card will likely be on the card. 
It may also be in the paperwork with the card. 
2.  Have your information ready. You'll likely need your credit card number, your account number, and the security 
code on the back of the card. The account number should be with the information that came with the card. You may 
also need your Social Security number or your date of birth. You may be asked to give your full name.  
3.  Call the number. Once you dial the number, you will likely reach a recorded service. Follow the directions given 
by the system. You may have to input information with the keypad, such as your credit card number or security 
code.  
4.  Complete the process. Finish giving the system your information. Once you've given all the information, your card 
will be activated. 
5.  Take off the sticker, and sign the card. Peel the sticker back from the card with the activation information on it. 
Add your signature to the back of the card. 

Tips 

  If you have trouble, call customer service, and click through until you get a live person. That person can talk to you 
through the process or activate your card for you. 



 

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This text is for questions 26 to 28 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
26.  What is the purpose of the text? 
A.  To amuse the readers with Yogyakarta. 
B.  To describe the location of Yogyakarta. 
C.  To persuade the readers to go to Yogyakarta. 
D.  To promote Yogyakarta as tourist destination. 
E.  To tell the readers the history of Yogyakarta. 
 
27.    . 
A.  plane is the most convenient access to reach Yogyakarta 
B.  many local tourists prefer staying  in Sosrowijayan Street  
C.  Sosrowijayan is also known as shopping and culinary delight 
D.  there are many convenient stores in the streets of Yogyakarta 
E.  MalioboroStreet is a crowded mainroad which is alive 24 hours 
 
28.     refinement, which has been the hallmark of Yogya's art for centuries.(Pargraph  3) 
 . 
A.  settlement 
B.  development 
C.  improvement  
D.  involvement  
E.  engagement 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Yogyakarta is one of the foremost cultural centers of Java, the seat of the mighty Javanese empire of 
Mataram from which present day Yogyakarta has the best inherited of traditions. The city itself has a 
special  charm,  which  seldom  fails  to  captivate  the  visitor.  Gamelan,  classical  and  contemporary 
Javanese dances, leather puppet, theater and other expressions of traditional art will keep the visitor 
spellbound. Local craftsmen excel in arts such batiks, silver and leather works. Next to the traditional, 
contemporary art has found fertile soil in Yogya's culture oriented society.  
Yogyakarta is often called the main gateway to the Central Java as where it is geographically 
located. It stretches from Mount Merapi to the Indian Ocean. There is daily air service to Yogya from 
Jakarta, Surabaya and Bali as well as regular train service and easy accessibility by road. Yogyakarta 
is commonly considered as the modern cultural of Central Java. It is a very lively city and a shopper's 
delight.  The  main  road,  Malioboro  Street,  is  always  crowded  and  famous  for  its  night  street  food-
culture and street vendors. Many tourist shops and cheap hotels are concentrated along this street or in 
the adjoining tourist area such Sosrowijayan Street. 
The  key  attraction  of  Yogyakarta  is  'Kraton'  (the  Sultan's  Palace),  the  centre  of  Yogya's 
traditional life and despite the advance of modernity; it still emanates the spirit of refinement, which 
has been the hallmark of Yogya's art for centuries. This vast complex of decaying buildings was built 
in the 18th century, and is actually a walled city within the city with luxurious pavilions and in which 
the  current  Sultan  still  resides.  Yogyakarta  is  also  the  only  major  city,  which  still  has  traditional 
'Becak' (rickshaw-style) transport. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

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This text is for questions 29 to 31 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
29.  What is the topic of the text? 
A  The condition of oil and gas industry. 
B  The prospect of oil and gas industry. 
C  PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia. 
D  The slowness of oil and gas jobs. 
E  Oil and gas activity this year. 
 
30.    . 
A.  oil markets will continue to clear the upstream industry 
B.  oil companies will reduce their workers this year 
C.  oil markets will keep on surviving this year 
D.  oil companies in Indonesia will decrease 
E.  oil markets will keep thriving this year 
 
31.   expenditure, one-  
 . 
A.  expense 
B.  income 
C.  export 
D.  selling 
E.  effort 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sluggish oil markets will continue to cloud the upstream industry this year and prompt a majority of 
oil  companies  in  Indonesia  to  implement  decreases  in  their  workforce,  a  survey  by 
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Indonesia has indicated. 
In an overwhelming majority, 91 percent of respondents believed that employment in the oil and 
gas industry would decrease this year, highlighting the continuing effect of the slide in the oil price. 
 


 

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This text is for questions 32 to 35 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
32.  How could Tumang marry DayangSumbi? 
A.  He was actually a man. 
B.  He was a kindhearted dog. 
C.  He helped her get her tool. 
D.  He had fallen in love with her. 
E.  He had been cursed to become a dog. 
 
33.  What is the main idea of the fourth paragraph? 
A.  DayangSumbi was granted eternal youth by god. 
B.  Sangkuriang wanted to go home when he grew up. 
C.  Sangkuriang and DayangSumbi vowed to get married. 
D.  DayangSumbi did not know that Sangkuriang was her son. 
E.  Sangkuriang fell in love with DayangSumbi when he met her. 
 
34.  What moral value can we learn from the story?  
A.  We must obey our parents. 
B.  We must keep our promise. 
C.  We must respect our parents.  
D.    
E.    

Sangkuriang 
Once upon  a time in West Java , Indonesia , lived a princess  named DayangSumbi. Her hobby was weaving 
cloth. One  day   her  weaving  tool  fell  but  she  was  too  lazy  toget  


 

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35.      
A.  If 
B.  That 
C.  Unless 
D.  Because 
E.  Although  
 
This text is for questions 36 to 38 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
36.    . 
A.  swam in the hotel swimming pool  
B.  went back to the hotel after shopping 
C.  left the hotel for dinner in the evening 
D.  met all their Spanish friends in Jamaica 
E.  spent the whole night in the gym and disco 
 
37.  We know from the text that the writer ... . 
A.  did not enjoy the holiday 
B.  spent the holiday for a fortnight 
C.  went by plane in economy class 
D.  was a Jamaican who lives in Spain  
E.  stayed in a hotel quite far from the beach 
 
38.    
A.  so  
B.  that 
C.  because 
D.  so that 
E.  for  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Last  year  I  went  to  Jamaica  with  my  boyfriend.It  was  my  favourite  holiday.  We  went 
there by plane in October. 
The trip was very long and hard. The seat was very small and uncomfortable. 
We stayed in a hotel in Montego Bay. The hotel was very big and beautiful. There were 
three swimming-pools, big gardens, a disco, a gym and five restaurants. We met a lot of Spanish 
people at the hotel. It was very hot. 
We  got  up  early  in  the  morning  because  we  went  to  an  excursion.  We  visited  a  lot  of 
beaches.  The  beaches  were  very  nice  in  Jamaica.  We  went  to  a  small  safari.  We  saw  birds,  
crocodiles. 
In the afternoon we went shopping. I bought t-shirts, pictures, towels, coffee and figures. 
We went back in the evening and had dinner in the hotel. The food was very good. There was 
pizza, meat, fish, fruit, typical Jamaica´s food, ice-cream, etc.After that we went to the disco and 
went to bed very late. 
We stayed in Jamaica for seven days. We came back to Spain by plane. We were sleeping 
the entire trip. I loved Jamaica. 


 

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This text is for questions 39 to 42 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
39.  What is the topic of the text? 
A.  The uniqueness of wild boar hunting activity in West Sumatra. 
B.  Participants taking part in the wild boar hunting in West Sumatra. 
C.  The development of prominent tourism attraction in West Sumatra. 
D.  Efforts to improve the welfare of local people in West Sumatra province. 
E.  Planning to promote wild boar hunting as tourism attraction in West Sumatra. 
 
40.  How could wild boar hunting activity help push local economies? 
A.    
B.  By setting up hunting areas in some places. 
C.  By selling food and beverages near hunting areas. 
D.  By asking for help of the local government. 
E.  By attracting participants and spectators. 
 
41.  We know from the text that ... . 
A.  local people sell food and beverages in the hunting areas 
B.  participants and spectators come from all over West Sumatra 
C.  the governor of West Sumatra has won the wild boar hunting 
D.  wild boar hunting has been accepted for long in West Sumatra 
E.  hunters who get involved in the hunting acftivity must have rifles 
 
42.  Wild boar hunting activity is very   
A.  as 
B.  that 
C.  thus 
D.  due to 
E.  though 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The West Sumatra provincial administration plans to promote the tourism potential of wild 
boar hunting in an effort to improve the welfare of local residents. 
The plan has won the support of Governor Irwan Prayitno. 
"The unique wild boar hunting activity has the potential to be developed as a leading 
tourism event in West Sumatra," he said in Padang on Monday. 
Irwan  added  that  boar  hunting,  aided  by  dogs  in  Matur  Mudiak  village  in  Agam 
regency, had attracted a large number of participants and spectators. 
According to him, by setting up food and beverage stations near hunting areas, boar 
hunting could help spur local economies. 
"We hope this kind of activity can also be developed as a tourism attraction in other 
regencies in West Sumatra," Irwan said as quoted by Antara news agency. 
Irwan  noted  that  the  boar  hunting  in  West  Sumatra  had  been  popular  for  several 
decades. 
Agam Regent Indra Catri said that Sunday's event included participants from across 
West Sumatra and the neighboring provinces.  
 
 
 


 

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This text is for questions 43 to 46 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
43.  What is the suitable topic of the text? 
A.  Consumer safety first. 
B.  Expired food ingredient. 
C.  Victim to dirty business. 
D.  Dirty business practices. 
E.  Consumer protection law. 
 
44. What is the main idea of the fifth paragraph? 
A.  1,500 children exposed to the fake vaccines had been recorded by the Health Minister. 
B.  Health minister found false vaccines consumed by children in Jakarta and West Java. 
C.  The police restricted a number of people and doctors in Jakarta, West Java and Banten. 
D.  Some people and doctors involving in the distribution of fake vaccines had been detained. 
E.  Free revaccinations were given to the children who had been exposed to the fake vaccines in 
2014 
 
45.    . 
A.  having bad track record cannot revive 
B.  with bad reputation still can renew its permits 
C.  breaking the rules, its owners will be imprisoned  
D.  cheating its consumers will have its license revoked 
E.  with poor status will be given minimum punishment 
 
46.  
show   
A.  That  
B.  Thus  
C.  Though 
D.  Where as 

After fake vaccines, the alleged use of expired food ingredients and now expired medicines, what else will happen? Over 
the last month, consumers have had to face the risk of falling victim to dirty business practices that could harm their 
health or even endanger their life. 
And one may ask, where is the state? According to the preamble of the Constitution, the state is responsible for 
protecting its citizens. This may be merely a rhetorical question because it is impossible to expect the state, through its 
various agencies, to guard every citizen 24 hours a day.    
But as seen by the recurrent blame games and denials made by government and state agencies responsible for 
s interest in preventing 
more people from becoming victims.  
The police are now examining samples of ingredients used by two popular restaurant chains in Jakarta, which had 
already  passed  their  shelf-life  date.  It  will  take  the  police  quite  some  time  to  finally  act  against  the  owners  of  the 
restaurant chains and for the courts to determine their fate.  
Last month, the police arrested a number of people, including doctors, after the discovery of the distribution and 
use of bogus vaccines for children in Jakarta, West Java and Banten. The Health Ministry recorded that 1,500 children 
had been exposed to the fake vaccines from 2014 onward and ordered free revaccinations for them.  
Indonesia does not fall short in legislation to protect consumers. The only problem is how the laws, ranging from 
the Consumer Protection Law to the Criminal Code, and their operational regulations, are enforced.  
Rarely is the law  strictly enforced in the form of  maximum punishments. We have never heard of a company 
having its license revoked or its owners imprisoned for lengthy periods of time  for cheating their consumers. Rather, 
because  the  Consumer  Protection  Law  does  not  mean  to  kill  business,  it  is  more  likely  a  company  will  be  given  an 
opportunity to renew its permits despite having a stained track record.  
Consumers  in  general  cannot  afford  to  fight  the  financial  might  of  producers,  which  is  why  the  state  has  to 
support the weak to ensure fairness. Educating consumers of their rights is the least the state could do. 


 

PRA UN SMA 2017  14 
 

E.  Moreover 
 
This text is for questions 47 to 50 
 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
47.  What is the topic of the text? 
A.  What mongoose is 
B.  Definition of mongoose 
C.  Classification of mongoose  
D.  Description of mongoose in general 
E.  Detailed information about mongoose 
 
48.  How can mongooses overcome the most poisonous snakes? 
A.  They feed on rodents and snakes 
B.  They can avoid the attack quickly 
C.  They subsist on rodents and snakes 
D.  They are not immune to the poison  
E.  They are protected from the poison 
 
49.    . 
A.  Southern African mongoose 
B.  different kinds of mongoose 
C.  typical description of mongoose 
D.  common species of mongoose 
E.  Indian and Egyptian mongoose 
 
50.   tapered head, long tail, and short feet. (Paragraph 2) 
 . 
A.  flared 
B.  headed 
C.  pointed 
D.  reduced 
E.  tempered  
 
 
 
 

Mongoose is common name for several small carnivores found in Africa and Asia. They are 
generally terrestrial mammals, but some are semi-aquatic, and others are at home in the 
treetops. 
The head and body of a typical mongoose are a total of 23 to 65 cm (9 to 26 in) long and 
grayish  or  brownish  in  color.  The  animal  has  a  tapered  head,  long  tail,  and  short  feet. 
Mongooses live about 7 to 12 years in the wild, but in captivity they may live to more than 20 
years. They have one to four young in each litter. They subsist on rodents and snakes and are 
renowned for attacking even the largest and most poisonous snakes to whose poison they are 
not immune by an agile avoidance of their strikes. Mongooses have been introduced to many 
areas of the world in order to control rodents and snakes, but importation of mongooses into 
the United States is prohibited because they also destroy many useful animals. 
A  common  species  of  mongoose  inhabits  India.  The  common  Egyptian  species,  the 
ichneumon, was worshiped by the ancient Egyptians. A related animal, the suricate, or slender-
tailed meerkat, of southern Africa, is easy to tame. 
Scientific  classification:  Mongooses  belong  to  the  family  Herpestidae.  The  Indian 
species  is  classified  as  Herpestesedwardsi,  the  ichneumon  as  Herpestes  ichneumon,  and  the 
suricate as Suricatasuricatta. 
 
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