Tes Bahasa Inggris 2

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Tes Bahasa Inggris 2

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  • 1. 
    Fulan’s flight from Australia to Japan was delayed... the heavy fog
    • A. 

      As result

    • B. 

      Owing to

    • C. 

      Because

    • D. 

      Instead of

  • 2. 
    Accros the house...which belongs to mobile provider
    • A. 

      Where communication tower

    • B. 

      Stands communication tower

    • C. 

      Communication tower stands

    • D. 

      Communication tower does stand

  • 3. 
    He was fined for driving with a/an .... license
    • A. 

      Void

    • B. 

      Expired

    • C. 

      Terminated

    • D. 

      Out-of-date

  • 4. 
    I am .... to pass this examination
    • A. 

      Determined

    • B. 

      Willing

    • C. 

      Stubborn

    • D. 

      Resolute

  • 5. 
    It is believed that the spirit is ….
    • A. 

      Inmoral

    • B. 

      Imperishable

    • C. 

      Immortal

    • D. 

      Immoral

  • 6. 
    The outbound participants should...for the footbridge on the river
    • A. 

      Look over

    • B. 

      Look into

    • C. 

      Look out

    • D. 

      Look up

  • 7. 
    The guess made the bell boy … the luggage
    • A. 

      To bring

    • B. 

      Brought

    • C. 

      Brings

    • D. 

      Bring

  • 8. 
    Sari ... to school with her friends at 06.30 a.m. tomorrow.
    • A. 

      Walks

    • B. 

      Is going to walk

    • C. 

      Will be walking

    • D. 

      Will have walked

  • 9. 
    Lf the students ... late to submit the scholarship application to the board, they will not be listed as candidates
    • A. 

      Be

    • B. 

      Are

    • C. 

      Were

    • D. 

      Have

  • 10. 
    The regional government in Kalimantan tried to eradicate ... a few years ago.
    • A. 

      Boundary fire haze

    • B. 

      Boundary haze fire

    • C. 

      Haze fire boundary

    • D. 

      Fire haze boundary

  • 11. 
    ... can solve the algorithm test, even Bowo, the cleverest student in our school.
    • A. 

      Every one

    • B. 

      No one

    • C. 

      Somebody

    • D. 

      All

  • 12. 
    The sony camcorder was fun and impressive but it is not as better as Microsoft’s.                                           A                                     B                        C                       D
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 13. 
    In the meeting we gave the client our telephone number, and they gave their.                                     A                         B                                                C                 D
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 14. 
    The patient who the physician diagnosed with cancer left suddenly.            A          B                                        C                                          D
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 15. 
    All manufacturers produced designs that were coherence with both layout and navigational elements.                                                          A                                 B                      C                                   D
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 16. 
    The unusuallv rainy weather caused by La Nina affected Turkey for other two weeks.                 A                                       B                                C                               D
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 17. 
    A body of the volunteers have been organized to aid the helpless in their struggle for survival.       A                                              B                                                     C             D
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 18. 
    The Library of Congress, with a large number of books in its stacks attracts students from most every state in the Union.                                                            A                               B                 C                                       D
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 19. 
    Unlike most animals, the turtle lives effortlessly in the water and land.       A                                           B                              C                                              D
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 20. 
    One of the most effective justice sector institutions in Indonesia is the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), established in December 2002. The KPK demonstrates what can be achieved when the different functions of investigation and prosecution are coordinated. Moreover, it works with a specialized anti-corruption court, with appeals to an anti-corruption chamber in the Supreme Court. Both the court and the chamber are dominated by a majority of ad hoc judges whose reputation for honesty is well known. However, in December 2006, the Constitutional Court struck down the law creating the anti- corruption court on the grounds that it was not created as part of the Law on the Courts. The Constitutional Court gave Parliament three years to amend the law and properly constitute the anti-corruption court under 10 the Law on the Courts, but allowed the anti-corruption courts to continue to function in the meantime. The Parliament set itself a deadline of March 2009 to pass the new law. This was then extended to September. Many legislators have been arrested by the KPK and convicted in the anti-corruption court, leading some to question if the Parliament lacks motivation to pass this law. The KPK consistently gets convictions in corruption cases, showing what can be done with clean courts, professional investigation, and effective prosecutors. But this kind of successful cooperation is certainly an exception. Their consistent convictions raise the bar for the police, the attorney general's office, and the courts. Indonesia needs coordinated, bold leadership if it is to get out of the corruption quagmire. Better coordination between police and prosecutors is essential. They should have both the technology and the legal means to obtain wire taps and recordings the way the KPK does to obtain convictions in corruption cases. The idiom "raise the bar" in line 16 has the same meaning with ...
    • A. 

      Set the higher standard

    • B. 

      Add the list of duties

    • C. 

      Provide new objectives

    • D. 

      Give more responsibility

  • 21. 
    One of the most effective justice sector institutions in Indonesia is the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), established in December 2002. The KPK demonstrates what can be achieved when the different functions of investigation and prosecution are coordinated. Moreover, it works with a specialized anti-corruption court, with appeals to an anti-corruption chamber in the Supreme Court. Both the court and the chamber are dominated by a majority of ad hoc judges whose reputation for honesty is well known. However, in December 2006, the Constitutional Court struck down the law creating the anti- corruption court on the grounds that it was not created as part of the Law on the Courts. The Constitutional Court gave Parliament three years to amend the law and properly constitute the anti-corruption court under 10 the Law on the Courts, but allowed the anti-corruption courts to continue to function in the meantime. The Parliament set itself a deadline of March 2009 to pass the new law. This was then extended to September. Many legislators have been arrested by the KPK and convicted in the anti-corruption court, leading some to question if the Parliament lacks motivation to pass this law. The KPK consistently gets convictions in corruption cases, showing what can be done with clean courts, professional investigation, and effective prosecutors. But this kind of successful cooperation is certainly an exception. Their consistent convictions raise the bar for the police, the attorney general's office, and the courts. Indonesia needs coordinated, bold leadership if it is to get out of the corruption quagmire. Better coordination between police and prosecutors is essential. They should have both the technology and the legal means to obtain wire taps and recordings the way the KPK does to obtain convictions in corruption cases. The word "this" in line 11 refers to ...
    • A. 

      The process of constituting the new anti-corruption law

    • B. 

      The deadline the parliament set to pass the new law

    • C. 

      The permission to keep on functioning the anti-corruption courts

    • D. 

      The arresting of some legislators

  • 22. 
    One of the most effective justice sector institutions in Indonesia is the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), established in December 2002. The KPK demonstrates what can be achieved when the different functions of investigation and prosecution are coordinated. Moreover, it works with a specialized anti-corruption court, with appeals to an anti-corruption chamber in the Supreme Court. Both the court and the chamber are dominated by a majority of ad hoc judges whose reputation for honesty is well known. However, in December 2006, the Constitutional Court struck down the law creating the anti- corruption court on the grounds that it was not created as part of the Law on the Courts. The Constitutional Court gave Parliament three years to amend the law and properly constitute the anti-corruption court under 10 the Law on the Courts, but allowed the anti-corruption courts to continue to function in the meantime. The Parliament set itself a deadline of March 2009 to pass the new law. This was then extended to September. Many legislators have been arrested by the KPK and convicted in the anti-corruption court, leading some to question if the Parliament lacks motivation to pass this law. The KPK consistently gets convictions in corruption cases, showing what can be done with clean courts, professional investigation, and effective prosecutors. But this kind of successful cooperation is certainly an exception. Their consistent convictions raise the bar for the police, the attorney general's office, and the courts. Indonesia needs coordinated, bold leadership if it is to get out of the corruption quagmire. Better coordination between police and prosecutors is essential. They should have both the technology and the legal means to obtain wire taps and recordings the way the KPK does to obtain convictions in corruption cases. KPK is regarded as one of the most effective justice sector institution in Indonesia mainly because ...
    • A. 

      It allows the anti-corruption courts to continue to function

    • B. 

      It dominates the courts and the chambers in the Supreme Court

    • C. 

      It together with the legislators amends and constitutes a proper anti-corruption law

    • D. 

      It coordinates the different functions of investigation and prosecution

  • 23. 
    One of the most effective justice sector institutions in Indonesia is the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), established in December 2002. The KPK demonstrates what can be achieved when the different functions of investigation and prosecution are coordinated. Moreover, it works with a specialized anti-corruption court, with appeals to an anti-corruption chamber in the Supreme Court. Both the court and the chamber are dominated by a majority of ad hoc judges whose reputation for honesty is well known. However, in December 2006, the Constitutional Court struck down the law creating the anti- corruption court on the grounds that it was not created as part of the Law on the Courts. The Constitutional Court gave Parliament three years to amend the law and properly constitute the anti-corruption court under 10 the Law on the Courts, but allowed the anti-corruption courts to continue to function in the meantime. The Parliament set itself a deadline of March 2009 to pass the new law. This was then extended to September. Many legislators have been arrested by the KPK and convicted in the anti-corruption court, leading some to question if the Parliament lacks motivation to pass this law. The KPK consistently gets convictions in corruption cases, showing what can be done with clean courts, professional investigation, and effective prosecutors. But this kind of successful cooperation is certainly an exception. Their consistent convictions raise the bar for the police, the attorney general's office, and the courts. Indonesia needs coordinated, bold leadership if it is to get out of the corruption quagmire. Better coordination between police and prosecutors is essential. They should have both the technology and the legal means to obtain wire taps and recordings the way the KPK does to obtain convictions in corruption cases. The word "bold" in  can easily be replaced by ….
    • A. 

      Strong

    • B. 

      Honest

    • C. 

      Brave

    • D. 

      Hard

  • 24. 
    One of the most effective justice sector institutions in Indonesia is the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), established in December 2002. The KPK demonstrates what can be achieved when the different functions of investigation and prosecution are coordinated. Moreover, it works with a specialized anti-corruption court, with appeals to an anti-corruption chamber in the Supreme Court. Both the court and the chamber are dominated by a majority of ad hoc judges whose reputation for honesty is well known. However, in December 2006, the Constitutional Court struck down the law creating the anti- corruption court on the grounds that it was not created as part of the Law on the Courts. The Constitutional Court gave Parliament three years to amend the law and properly constitute the anti-corruption court under 10 the Law on the Courts, but allowed the anti-corruption courts to continue to function in the meantime. The Parliament set itself a deadline of March 2009 to pass the new law. This was then extended to September. Many legislators have been arrested by the KPK and convicted in the anti-corruption court, leading some to question if the Parliament lacks motivation to pass this law. The KPK consistently gets convictions in corruption cases, showing what can be done with clean courts, professional investigation, and effective prosecutors. But this kind of successful cooperation is certainly an exception. Their consistent convictions raise the bar for the police, the attorney general's office, and the courts. Indonesia needs coordinated, bold leadership if it is to get out of the corruption quagmire. Better coordination between police and prosecutors is essential. They should have both the technology and the legal means to obtain wire taps and recordings the way the KPK does to obtain convictions in corruption cases. The paragraph following the passage likely discussed about ….
    • A. 

      The legal means needed by Vie ponce and prosecutors

    • B. 

      The use of technology in supporting KPK's actions

    • C. 

      The consistency of KPK in eliminating corruption

    • D. 

      The example of coordination between the police and prosecutors

  • 25. 
    One of the most effective justice sector institutions in Indonesia is the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK), established in December 2002. The KPK demonstrates what can be achieved when the different functions of investigation and prosecution are coordinated. Moreover, it works with a specialized anti-corruption court, with appeals to an anti-corruption chamber in the Supreme Court. Both the court and the chamber are dominated by a majority of ad hoc judges whose reputation for honesty is well known. However, in December 2006, the Constitutional Court struck down the law creating the anti- corruption court on the grounds that it was not created as part of the Law on the Courts. The Constitutional Court gave Parliament three years to amend the law and properly constitute the anti-corruption court under 10 the Law on the Courts, but allowed the anti-corruption courts to continue to function in the meantime. The Parliament set itself a deadline of March 2009 to pass the new law. This was then extended to September. Many legislators have been arrested by the KPK and convicted in the anti-corruption court, leading some to question if the Parliament lacks motivation to pass this law. The KPK consistently gets convictions in corruption cases, showing what can be done with clean courts, professional investigation, and effective prosecutors. But this kind of successful cooperation is certainly an exception. Their consistent convictions raise the bar for the police, the attorney general's office, and the courts. Indonesia needs coordinated, bold leadership if it is to get out of the corruption quagmire. Better coordination between police and prosecutors is essential. They should have both the technology and the legal means to obtain wire taps and recordings the way the KPK does to obtain convictions in corruption cases What is the main idea of paragraph 2?
    • A. 

      The extended time given to pass the anti-corruption law

    • B. 

      The deadline to pass the new anti-corruption law.

    • C. 

      The parliament lacks of motivation in passing the law.

    • D. 

      The amendment and formation of anti-corruption law.

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