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  1. Sebelum mengerjakan ujian, periksalah terlebih dulu, jumlah soal dan nomor halaman yang terdapat pada naskah soal. Naskah soal ini terdiri dari 13 halaman. 
  2. Tulislah nomor peserta Anda pada lembar jawaban di tempat yang disediakan. 
  3. Tulislah kode naskah soal ini, pada lembar jawaban di tempat yang disediakan. Kode naskah soal ini: 435
  4. Bacalah dengan cermat setiap petunjuk yang menjelaskan cara menjawab soal. 
  5. Pikirkanlah sebaik-baiknya sebelum menjawab tiap soal, karena setiap jawaban yang salah akan mengakibatkan pengurangan nilai (penilaian: benar +4, kosong 0, salah -1). 
  6. Jawablah lebih dulu soal-soal yang menurut Anda mudah, kemudian lanjutkan dengan menjawab soal-soal yang lebih sukar sehingga semua soal terjawab. 
  7. Tulislah jawaban Anda pada lembar jawaban ujian yang disediakan. 
  8. Untuk keperluan coret-mencoret, harap menggunakan tempat yang kosong pada naskah soal ini dan jangan pernah menggunakan lembar jawaban karena akan mengakibatkan jawaban Anda tidak dapat terbaca. 
  9. Selama ujian, Anda tidak diperkenankan bertanya atau meminta penjelasan mengenai soal-soal yang diujikan kepada siapapun, termasuk kepada pengawas ujian. 
  10. Setelah ujian selesai, Anda diharapkan tetap duduk di tempat Anda sampai pengawas ujian datang ke tempat Anda untuk mengumpulkan lembar jawaban. 
  11. Perhatikan agar lembar jawaban ujian tidak kotor, tidak basah, tidak terlipat, dan tidak sobek.

  • PETUNJUK A: Pilih satu jawaban yang paling tepat. 
  • PETUNJUK B: Soal terdiri dari 3 bagian, yaitu PERNYATAAN, kata SEBAB, dan ALASAN yang disusun berurutan. Pilihlah:
    (A) Jika pernyataan benar, alasan benar, dan keduanya menunjukkan hubungan sebab dan akibat
    (B) Jika pernyataan benar, alasan benar, tetapi keduanya tidak menunjukkan hubungan sebab dan akibat
    (C) Jika pernyataan benar dan alasan salah
    (D) Jika pernyataan salah dan alasan benar
    (E) Jika pernyataan dan alasan keduanya salah 
  • PETUNJUK C: Pilihlah:
    (A) Jika (1), (2), dan (3) yang benar
    (B) Jika (1) dan (3) yang benar
    (C) Jika (2) dan (4) yang benar
    (D) Jika hanya (4) yang benar
    (E) Jika semuanya benar


Alligators, which often engage in violent fights over territories and mates, have made scientists puzzled why their wounds rarely get infected. Now researchers think the secret lies in the reptiles’ blood. Chemists in Louisiana found that blood from the American alligator can successfully destroy 23 strains of bacteria, including strains known to be resistant to antibiotics. In addition, the blood was able to deplete and destroy a significant amount of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

Study co-author Lancis Darville at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge believes that peptides – fragments of proteins – within alligator blood help the animals stop fatal infections. Such peptides are also found in the skin of frogs and toads, as well as komodo, dragons and crocodiles.  The scientists think that these peptides could one day lead to medicines that would provide humans with the same antibiotic protection. ’We are in the process of separating and identifying the specific peptides in alligator blood,’ said Darville. ’Once we sequence these peptides, we can obtain their chemical  structure to potentially create new drugs.’

Study co-author Mark Merchant, a biochemist at Mc Neese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, was among the first to notice alligators’ unusual resistance. He was intrigued that, despite living in swampy environments where bacteria thrive, alligators that suffered frequent scratches and bruises rarely developed fatal infections. Merchant therefore created human and alligator serum-protein-rich blood plasma that has been able to remove clotting agents, and exposed each of them to 23 strains of bacteria. Human serum destroyed only eight of the bacterial strains while the alligator serum killed all 23. When the alligator was exposed to HIV, the researchers found that a good amount of the virus was destroyed.

The study team thinks that pills and creams containing alligator peptides could be available at level pharmacies within seven to ten years. Such products would be a solution to patients that need extra help preventing infections, such as diabetes patients with foot ulcers, burn victims and people suffering from auto-immune diseases. However, there may be potential problems before alligator-based medicines can reach drugstore shelves. For example, initial tests have revealed that higher concentrations of the alligator serum tend to be toxic to human cells.

Gunakan Petunjuk A dalam menjawab soal nomor 41 sampai nomor 45.

41. This passage would probably be found in a(n) ...

(A) academic journal. (B) lifestyle magazine. (C) medical journal. (D) health magazine. (E) men magazine.

42. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE about peptides within alligators’ blood?

(A) They are fragments of proteins.

(B) They may stop fatal infections.

(C) They are injected in the human body.

(D) They are within the blood of reptiles.

(E) They have the same function as antibiotics.

43. The word ’clotting’ in line 15 is closest in meaning to ...

(A) setting. (B) accumulating. (C) thickening. (D) dotting. (E) softening.

44. The followings are what Merchant, the biochemist, experienced EXCEPT that he ...

(A) developed two kinds of serum, each can destroy 23 strains of bacteria.
(B) learned why alligators can survive in bacterial environments.
(C) became interested in alligators’ resistance to infections.
(D) created a serum which can remove things that cause clotting.
(E) found out that crocodiles can decrease infection caused by HIV

45. The writer concludes his essay by saying that ...

(A) scientists are now searching for a medicine against HIV.
(B) alligators have contributed a lot to stop human life.
(C) reptiles have peptides which can be used as serum.
(D) peptides in the blood are only found in American alligators.
(E) alligator serum has the possibility to harm human beings.

Wood plays a part in more activities of the modern economy than does any other commodity. There is (46)        any industry that does not use wood or wood products somewhere in its manufacturing and marketing processes. Think about the (47)        of junk mail, newspapers, photocopies and other paper products that each of us handles, stores, and disposes of in a single day. Total annual world wood consumption is about 3.7 billion metric tons or about 3.7 billion m3. This is more than steel and plastic consumption together. International trade in wood and wood products amounts to more than $100 billion each year. Developed countries produce less than half of all (48)        wood but account for about 80 percent of its consumption. Less-developed countries, mainly in the tropic, produce more than half of all wood used by industries but use only 20 percent.  The largest producers of this kind of wood and paper pulp are the United States, the former Soviet Union, and Canada. Much of the logging in North America and Europe occurs in (49)       forests, where cut trees are grown as crop. (50)      , tropical hardwoods in Southeast Asia, Africa, and Latin America are being cut at an unsustainable rate, mostly from old-growth forests.

Gunakan Petunjuk A dalam menjawab soal nomor 46 sampai nomor 50.

46. ....

(A) almost

(B) nearly

(C) hardly

(D) never

(E) virtually

47. ....

(A) accumulation

(B) number

(C) total

(D) amount

(E) figure

48. ....

(A) industrial (B) industrially (C) industrious (D) industrialized (E) industry

49. ....

(A) managed (B) managing (C) management  (D) managerial (E) manageable

50. ....

(A) For example

(B) Similarly

(C) In addition

(D) In contrast

(E) Therefore

The unique combination of ground-floor,  first-time moviemakers and international stars creates an environment that is unlike any other. On the one hand, you have the very grand, art-above-all philosophy of the Cannes Film Festival, stated on the official Web site as an intent to be "a crossroads for world cinema", an apolitical "melting pot of creativity" (52)       the "linguistic boundaries should fade away in the face of universal images". On the other hand, you have the celebrities strolling down the red carpet at the main screening, the press snapping pictures at every turn, and festival guards who have been unofficially known to refuse admittance to people whose attire doesn’t meet their standards.

This intense meeting of art, stardom  and finance – Cannes is the number-one international market for first-time films, and multi-million dollar deals are signed there every year – (53)       in the neighborhood of 27,000 film industry representatives, countless tourists and hardcore  film enthusiasts.  The perfect warm spring weather in Cannes doesn’t hurt, either. People from all ages and different background would gather in multitude to celebrate the event.

The international feel of the festival, the focus on (54)       national boundaries in the name of cinematic  art, goes back to the political mood of the 1930s. During that period the fascist regimes in Europe (55)       influence, and this influence was affecting the art world. The main international film festival at that time was held in Venice, Italy, and in 1939, a French film was the shoe-in for first place. Instead, a German film and an Italian film – both with political ties – shared the prize. The French, British and American judges resigned in protest. All in all, the climate was formidable with the prospect of a very gloomy future at sight.

In response to what was perceived as the political corruption of the film festival in Venice, France started its own. The Festival International du Film began in 1939; though that one (57)       after a single screening (William Dieterle’s "The Hunchback of Notre Dame") because Germany invaded Poland and France joined World War II. The festival gave it another try in 1946, and it stuck. Now known as the Festival de Cannes, what began as a protest has become (58)       in the world.

Gunakan Petunjuk A dalam menjawab soal nomor 51 sampai nomor 58.

51. This sentence "The atmosphere of the ceremony is beyond any doubt incomparable to other situations happening elsewhere." should be put as ...

(A) the last sentence of paragraph 1. (B) the last sentence of paragraph 2. (C) the last sentence of paragraph 3. (D) the first sentence of paragraph 4. (E) the last sentence of paragraph 4.

52. ....

(A) which

(B) in which

(C) that

(D) where in

(E) who

53. ....

(A) attracts (B) attracting (C) will attract (D) has attracted (E) is attracting

54. ....

(A) to erase (B) to erasing (C) erasing (D) erased (E) erase

55. ....

(A) gaining

(B) are gaining

(C) gained

(D) have gained

(E) were gaining

56. The phrase "was the shoe-in for the first time"  in paragraph 3 means ...

(A) was predicted to win the first place.

(B) nearly won the first place.

(C) was the winner of the festival.

(D) was about the shoe industry.

(E) won the award easily.

57. ....

(A) have been cancelled

(B) had cancelled

(C) cancelled

(D) was cancelled

(E) were cancelling

58. ....

(A) the most widely recognised festival film

(B) the most recognised widely film festival

(C) the most widely recognised film festival

(D) the most recognised widely festival film

(E) the most recognised widely festival films

.... (1) Every culture interprets body language, gestures, posture and carriage, vocal noises, and degree of eye contact differently. (2) A poor traveler might have expected that nodding his or her head up and down or giving a thumbs-up would indicate yes. (3) However, in the Middle East, nodding the head down indicates agreement, while nodding it up is a sign of disagreement.  (4) In Japan, an up-and-down nod might just be a signal that someone is listening. (5) Yet, saying ’thank you’ to appreciate someone signals the same meaning. (6) The thumbs-up signal is vulgar in Iran. (7) Point with the wrong finger or with anything less than your entire hand and you risk offending somebody. (8) While some cultures value eye contact as a sign of respect, averting your eyes may be the sign of respect in others. (9) In some places, people value a certain degree of personal  space in conversation, while those from the Middle East might get right up in your face when they want to converse. (10) Restrain the desire to pat a child on the head in Asia; there’s a belief that such a touch would damage the child’s soul. (11) Clearly body language expresses different things in other countries.

Gunakan Petunjuk A dalam menjawab soal nomor 59 sampai nomor 60.

59. The paragraph should begin with ...

(A) Non-verbal communication can be picked up easily in a foreign land.
(B) Non-verbal communication will be a start in learning a culture.
(C) Natives welcome good intention shown through non-verbal communication.
(D) Contrary to popular beliefs, nonverbal communication is not universal.
(E) Basic non-verbal communication is the same wherever you go.

60. Which of the following sentences is irrelevant?

(A) Sentence (3). (B) Sentence (5). (C) Sentence (7). (D) Sentence (8). (E) Sentence (10).

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