Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Soal Try Out UN Bahasa Inggris Listening Script Paket 1 TA 2009/2010


  Listening Script
                                             Mata Pelajaran : Bahasa Inggris
                                             Jurusan              : IPA/IPS/Bahasa

Listening Section   
In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. There are three parts to this section, with special directions for each part.

Part One
Questions 1 to 5
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues spoken in English. The conversation will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say.

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:

Boy           : Have you done your homework?
Girl            : Not yet.
Boy           : Do it right away. The bell almost rings.

You will also hear:

Narrator: Where does conversation mostly take place?

                                                                                             Sample answer
 You will read in your test book:                                                                                                                      
A.    At school
B.     At home.
C.     At the hospital
D.    At the  market
E.     At a store

The best answer to the question is “At school”
The best answer to the question ‘Where does the dialogue mostly take place? is choice (A),  ‘At school’.
Therefore, you should answer choice (A)

1.      Boy :  There was a mathematics test on Wednesday. You weren’t at school, were you?
Girl : No, I wasn’t.
Boy : What happened? Were you sick?
Girl : No. My grandpa passed away. I was at the funeral.
Boy : I’m sorry to hear that.

Narrator: What did the girl do on Wednesday?

  1. Boy: We’ll have a spoken test tomorrow, won’t we?
      Girl: Yeap. But, I hate it.
      Boy: How come?
      Girl : Speaking in front of the class makes me nervous.
      Boy : So, you’d better practice English with me from now on.

Narrator: What are they talking about?

  1. Woman: You look so gloomy today. What’s wrong, honey?
Boy      : Mrs. Gunawan was mad at me.
Woman: There was a reason for that, I guess.
Boy      :  That was because I only did not do her assignment.
Woman: It was a big mistake. You must apologize to her. And tell her not to do the same mistake.

Narrator: Why was Mrs. Gunawan angry to the boy?

4. Boy: How did you spend your holidays?
    Girl: I stayed at my uncle’s villa. There’s a natural pond.
             I liked sitting on a bench near the pond.

    Narrator: Which picture best describes the conversation?
 5.  I enjoyed my last holidays very much. I stayed at my uncle’s in the country for two days. The thing that I mostly like to do was going around the village street. There were a lot of trees there. So the weather was really nice. During my staying there, at least I could get a rid of a heavy traffic.

     Which picture goes with the monologue you heard?

Part II
Questions: 6 to 10
 In this part of the test, you will hear several questions or statements spoken in English. The questions and responses will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say. You have to choose the best response to each question or statement.

Now listen to a sample question:

You will hear:
Boy   : Good morning, Nancy. How are you doing?                                  Sample answer
Girl   :…      
You will also hear:
A.    I am fine, thank you.
B.     I am in the living room.
C.     Let me introduce myself.
D.    My name is John Smith
E.     I have been here since this morning.

The best answer to the question ‘How are you?’ is choice (A), ‘I’m fine, thank you.’
Therefore, you should choose option (A)

Question No. 6.

Man     : You look so sad. What happens?
Woman: I lost my kitty.
Man      : …

  1. How poor.
  2. No problem
  3. That’s okay.
  4. It’s weird.
  5. Nothing

Question No. 7.

Man     :  This scarf is nice.
Woman:  Let me see.
Man      :  Have you made up your mind?
Woman : …

  1. I can do it
  2. I’ve tried it.
  3. I like it.
  4. I have nothing.
  5. I’ve done.

Question No. 8
Man       : There’s an art exhibition at the city hall on Sunday.
Woman  : Right. I’m planning to see it. What about you?
Man        : Let’s see my agenda. I don’t have any activity.
Woman   : …

  1. What happens ?
  2. Where will it be conducted?
  3. Is there an art exhibition?.
  4. May I go with you?
  5. Do you want to join with me, then?

Question No. 9.

Woman : Have you called your mother ?
Man      :  Not yet.  May I use your phone?
Woman : …

  1. I must go now.
  2. My mother is here.
  3. Certainly.
  4. I’ve got a phone call.
  5. I’ll be here in May.

Question No. 10.

Man       : What hotel have you reserved?
Woman : At the Sunrise Hotel.
Man       : Any reason to stay there?
Woman  : …

  1. I stay there.
  2. It’s great.
  3. The sun always rises.
  4. I come on Sunday.
  5. He’s very rich.

Part Three
 In this part of the test you will hear several monologues. Each monologue will be spoken two times. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers say.
After you a monologue and the questions about, read the five possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the questions you have heard.

Questions 11 to 12 refer to the following monolog.

 English is a West Germanic language that developed in England during the Anglo-Saxon era. As a result of the military, economic, scientific, political, and cultural influence of the British Empire during the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries, and of the United States since the mid 20th century,  it has become the lingua franca in many parts of the world. It is used extensively as a second language and as an official language in Commonwealth countries and many international organisations.
Historically, English originated from several dialects, now collectively termed Old English, which were brought to Great Britain by Anglo-Saxon settlers beginning in the 5th century. English was further influenced by the Old Norse language of Viking invaders.
11. What does the speaker mainly tell?

12. When did  United States first  influence its role on English  as a mean of communication in many parts of the world?

Questions 13 to 15 refer to the following monolog
 The Great Wall of China, one of the greatest wonders of the world, was enlisted in the World Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. Just like a gigantic dragon, the Great Wall winds up and down across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus, stretching approximately 6,700 kilometers (4,163 miles ) from east to west of China. With a history of more than 2000 years, some of the sections of the great wall are now in ruins or even entirely disappeared. However, it is still one of the most appealing attractions all around the world owing to its architectural greatness and historical significance.

13. What does the speaker mainly describe?

14. How long is The Great Wall?

15. What makes the Great Wall become the most appealing attraction?



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