Tryout Kedua - Sesi Tbi

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Tryout Kedua - Sesi Tbi

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Nilai maksimal 120, passing grade TBI 30 (skor benar +4, salah -1, kosong 0)
  • 2. 
    Select the correct answer from the four choices given!
  • 3. 
    …... amazing curiosities of the northwestern topographical area of Chile. a.    they are few b.    there are any c.    some d.    it is one of the
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  • 4. 
    When properly designed, ... a simple dignity because of its pure architectural contours. a.    marble mortuary stones reflect b.    the marble mortuary stones reflect c.    a marble mortuary stone that reflects d.    marble mortuary stone which reflect
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  • 5. 
    Because of its warm tropical climate, Hawaii ... subzero temperatures. a.    almost experiences never b.    experience never almost c.    experiences never almost d.    almost never experience
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  • 6. 
    Senior executive often receives bonuses when their profit targets are reached or ... a.    surpass b.    surpasses c.    surpassed d.    surpassing
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  • 7. 
    Electrically changed particles exert a magnetic force on one another even ... not in physical contact. a.    if there are b.    they are c.    if they are d.    are they
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  • 8. 
    His father can’t understand ... to the prestigious college. a.    his not wanting to go b.    his doesn’t want to go c.    him not wanting to go d.    him doesn’t want to go
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  • 9. 
    …... the last appearance of the actress was eleven years ago, the desire to watch her seems as strong now as in the 1990’s. a.    although   b.    unless  c.    despite d.    since
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  • 10. 
    Deli: "When will you have your new shop ... " Alya: "Next week" a.    decorate  b.    to decorate  c.    being decorated d.    decorated
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  • 11. 
    The draw for the tournament ... by the end of this week. a.    would be announced b.    will be announced c.    will have been announced d.    will have announced
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  • 12. 
    The wreckage of Susi Air plane ... yet since the accident happened two moths ago. a.    wasn’t found b.    hasn’t being found c.    hasn’t been found d.    not found
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  • 13. 
    Audy had very little knowledge, ... ? a.    did she  b.    didn’t she  c.    had she d.    hadn’t she
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  • 14. 
    Water will boil ... its temperature reach a hundred degrees Celsius. a.    although  b.    only if  c.    unless d.    therefore
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  • 15. 
    Willy attended the school after ... the entrance exams. a.    being passed  b.    having passed  c.    passed d.    had passed
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  • 16. 
    The headquarter, as well as branches, ... hold a charity party for the flood victims in Jakarta next Sunday.  a.    is going to   b.    are going to  c.    is being d.    are being
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  • 17. 
    While Mrs. Theresa was reading the boy a fairy tale, he ... asleep. a.    was falling  b.    fell  c.    had felt d.    falls
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  • 18. 
    Rizky said that he wouldn’t mind ... for two hours. a.    To wait for her  b.    Waiting for her  c.    Wait for her d.    For waiting her
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  • 19. 
    The lecturer, the car ... is very luxurious, is my uncle. a.    Whose  b.    Who  c.    Which d.    Of which
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  • 20. 
    Today, Indonesia's maternal mortality rate 18) … one of the highest in Southeast Asia. Experts closely studying the problem generally conclude that a change in course is needed 19) … Indonesia to make further progress. First there are question about whether the government has the ability-or the resources-to actually improve health. Performance and utilization of public health services is on the decline, and the private sector is now the major source of 20) … care in Indonesia. An estimated 30-50 percent of newborn deliveries in health facilities now take place in private clinics (as compared to approximately 10 percent a decade ago). Preference for private sector services may be due, in part, understaffing of public health, facilities, and high absenteeism. The government allows “dual practice” whereby civil servant health providers are allowed to established a private practice 21) … of official work hours. As a result, experts’ studies show an average of 40 percent of doctors absent from 22) … public post. Overall, per capita spending on health in Indonesia is much lower than 23) … countries in the region, and insurance coverage is 24) … limited. Health financing is overwhelmingly private-with individuals paying of around 80 percent of all health outlay. Mostly out-of-pocket. Disturbingly, the poor utilize less of publicly-funded health services provided by the state: the poorest 20 percent of the population captures almost 40 percent.
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        … a.    remaining b.    remains c.    remain d.    remained
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  • 22. 
        … a.    of b.    for c.    in d.    out
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        … a.    healtying b.    healthy c.    health d.    healthies
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    … a.    about b.    inside c.    outside d.    of
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        … a.    their b.    they c.    them d.    themselves
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