Soal Try Out 2 Bahasa Inggris 2012

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  • 1. 

    EGYPT The climate of Egypt is mainly hot and dry. Apart from the Valley of the River Nil, which runs through the country from south to north, it consists entirely of desert. In the summer, the temperature often reaches 45 degrees Celsius in the south of the country, and 30 degrees Celsius in the north. In winter, the weather is cooler, and along the north, coast it is often cloudy, with occasional rain. In Cairo it rains on average for three days a year, and in the south of Egypt rain is almost unknown. There are often gentle breezes from the north throughout the year, except during March and April, when a hot, dusty wind blows from the south. What is the text about?

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      A. Egypt

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      B. The River Nil

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      C. The seasons in Egypt.

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      D. The climate in Egypt.

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      E. Cairo, the capital of Egypt.

    Correct Answer
    D. D. The climate in Egypt.
    Explanation
    The text provides information about the climate in Egypt. It describes the hot and dry climate of the country, the temperature variations between the south and north, the occurrence of rain in different regions, and the presence of gentle breezes throughout the year. The text does not specifically focus on Egypt as a whole, the River Nil, the seasons in Egypt, or Cairo.

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  • 2. 

    Which statement is True according to the text?

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      A. It often rains in Cairo.

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      B. In Cairo it rains the whole year.

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      C. It rains only in the south of Cairo.

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      D. It rains almost every day in Cairo.

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      E. In Cairo it mostly rains for three days.

    Correct Answer
    E. E. In Cairo it mostly rains for three days.
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    • Always take off your jewellery before doing housework. Detergents and cleaning powders can make it dull. • Put jewellery on last when dressing. Perfumes and hairsprays can tarnish it. • Don't swim when wearing any gold - you might lose it. Also, chlorine and salt water can have a bad effect. • Clean it regularly. Soak in warm soapy water and gently brush with a toothbrush. Rinse in clean water and dry with a soft, clean cloth, • To prevent scratching, keep gold separately in a jewel box. What is the topic of the text?

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      A. Carat Guide.

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      B. Buyer's guide

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      C. Going for Gold.

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      D. Caring for Gold

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      E. What to look for.

    Correct Answer
    D. D. Caring for Gold
    Explanation
    The topic of the text is "Caring for Gold." The text provides various tips and recommendations on how to take care of gold jewelry, including removing it before doing housework, putting it on last when dressing, avoiding swimming while wearing gold, cleaning it regularly, and storing it separately in a jewel box to prevent scratching.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following can make your jewellery tarnish?

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      A. Hairsprays and chlorine.

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      B. Hairsprays and perfumes.

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      C. Cleaning powders and perfumes.

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      D. Detergents and cleaning powders.

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      E. Salt water and warm soapy water

    Correct Answer
    B. B. Hairsprays and perfumes.
    Explanation
    Hairsprays and perfumes contain chemicals that can react with the metals in jewellery, causing them to tarnish. These chemicals can oxidize the metals, leading to a dull and discolored appearance. It is important to avoid spraying hairsprays or applying perfumes directly onto jewellery to prevent tarnishing.

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    TIGER MUSCLE RUB Tiger Muscle Rub is a high quality analgesic cream specially-formulated for active people. It provides fast effective relief for aches and pains of muscles and joints, minorarthritic pain, strains, sprains, soreness and stiffness of muscles. Tiger Muscle Rub is non-greasy, easy to apply and does not stain clothes. INDICATIONS: For the fast and effective relief of aches and pains of muscles and joints, simple backaches, strains, sprains and minor arthritic pain. Also for the warm-up of stiff muscles before exercise. DIRECTION: Apply to the affected area not more than 3 to 4 times daily. Apply before exercise to warm up and after exercise for relief For children below 2 years of age, pregnant women and nursing mothers, consult your physician before applying. ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Methyl Salicylate 15%, Menthol 5%, Camphor 3%. CAUTIONS: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY, KEEP OUT OF CHILDREN TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL POISONING. Use as directed. Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membrane, roken or irritated skin. Do not bandage tightly. If swallowed accidentally, consult your hysician. May cause allergic reaction in some individuals with sensitive skin; test on small area before use. It severe irritation occurs, discontinue ise immediately and consult physician. STORAGE: BELOW 30 C. This cream is used for the following EXCEPT

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      A. backaches

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      B. irritated skin

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      C. minor arthritic pain

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      D. soreness and stiffness of muscles

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      E. backaches aches and pains of muscles and joints

    Correct Answer
    B. B. irritated skin
    Explanation
    The cream is used for backaches, minor arthritic pain, soreness and stiffness of muscles, and aches and pains of muscles and joints. However, it is not indicated for irritated skin.

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