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Berikut ini adalah contoh soal bahasa inggris penerimaan pegawai negeri sipil beserta jawabanya, Entah lah ini tidak berbicara mengenai Soal Latihan CPNS 2015 ataupun 2016, saya cuma berharap Kumpulan Soal Latihan Penerimaan Calon Pegawai Negeri dapat bermanfaat bagi anda.
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1.   The increase in the sales of new cars ... Expected to make traffic jams worse.
     A.   Is
     B. Are
     C. Be
     D.   Being
     JAWAB: A

2.   Little children are usually afraid of .... by their mother.
     A.   Left
     B. To leave
     C. Leaving
     D.   Been left
     JAWAB: C

3.   " When did you realize you had lost your purse " " When I ... ,one to pay the conductor"
     A. Was needing
     B. Had needed
     C. Have needing
     D. Am needing

     JAWAB: B

4.   Why didn't Didi wan to go home?' His mother ... him for causing the car accident'
     A. would blame
     B. has blamed
     C.   is blaming
     D. had blamed
     JAWAB: D

5.   The way professor Mattis teaches English not only keeps the student' interest ....
     A.   And also increases their motivation
     B.   But also increasing their motivation
     C. And he also increases their motivation
     D.   But also increases their motivation
     JAWAB: D

6.   The thief ... into the room through this window because there are footprint near the door.
     A. Was to get
     B. My get
     C. Would rather get
     D. Must have got
     JAWAB: D

7.   He told me a lot about the Philippines. He ... there for a long time.
     A.   Must have lived
     B.   Might be living
     C. Ought to have lived
     D.   Should be living
     JAWAB: A

8.   Your son will be operated on tomorrow morning. He ... have a good rest tonight' the doctor said.
     A.  Might
     B. May
     C. Can
     D. Must
     JAWAB: D

9.   Having given the prescription to the patient...
     A. The medicine was taken regularly by the patient
     B.  The doctor told the patient to take the medicine regularly
     C. The medicine had to be taken regularly by the patient
     D. The patient was told to take the medicine regularly
     JAWAB: B

10.  .... A few million rupiahs, he went on a four to Europe.
     A. Saved
     B. Has saved
     C. He has saved
     D. Having saved
     JAWAB: D

11. The fact that he was put into prison for something that he had not done made his wife...
     A. Cry
     B. To be crying
     C.  Cried
     D. To cry
     JAWAB: A

12. 'Andi, will you slose the windows, please. I'm busy right now'. I'm busy my self, but I .... anyhow.
     A.  Will close them
     B. Will have to close them
     C. Will have them closed
     D. Will ask you to close them
     JAWAB: C

13. We are going on a long trip, so we must...
     A. Have checked the car
     B. Have had the car checked
     C. To have the car checked
     D. Have the car checked
     JAWAB: D

14. The company's new product was .... advertised on TV.
     A.  Nation
     B.  National
     C.  Nationally
     D.  Nationalize
     JAWAB: C

15. The original .... manuscript to the play is on display in the museum.
     A. Written by hand
     B.  Writing hand
     C. Hand written
     D.  Hand writing
     JAWAB: D

16. The thief denied ... the jewelry although the police forced him it admit it.
    A.   Steal
    B.   Stealing
    C. To steal
    D.   In stealing
    JAWAB: B

17. His shop was burnt down , ....  his car that was parked nearby.
    A.   And either did
    B. Also was
    C. But neither was
    D. And so was
    JAWAB: D

18. Who won the ford foundation scholarship?'. 'The high school student .... The city council had
    chosen as the beat student'.
    A. he who
    B. whose
    C. whom
    D. which
    JAWAB: C

19. My brother needs two .... To help him run the store.
    A. Mechanics
    B. Carpenters
    C.   Instructors
    D. Assistants
    JAWAB: D

20   .... is not yet know
    A.   can he be involved in the trade of narcotics
    B.   he is involved in the trade of narcotics
    C. whether he is involved in the trade of narcotics
    D. when he is involved in the trade of narcotics
    JAWAB: C

21. If he hadn't been promoted, he'd have quit his job. The underline words mean....
    A.   He kept his job
    B.   He would like to keep the job
    C.   He had to quit his job
    D.   He lost his job
    JAWAB: A

22. She is one of the ten best dressed women in town. 'Really?....?
    A. does she always dress her self so fashionably
    B. does she dress her self so always so fashionably
    C. does she always so fashionably dress her self
    D. does she so fashionably always dress her self
    JAWAB: A

23. My uncle doesn't car much ...., he can send his children to college.
    A. However
    B. And
    C. Therefore
    D. So
    JAWAB: A

24. Which sentence is correctly punctuated?. He won an international awards for his...
     A.   Excellent, interesting, well-written, scientific article
     B.   Excellent, interesting, well-written, scientific, article
     C.   Excellent interesting, well-written, scientific article
     D.   Excellent, interesting, well-written scientific article
     JAWAB: D

25. Different interptretations on the same event by various newspaper  .... Readers confused and angry.
     A. To make
     B. They make
     C. Make
     D. It makes
     JAWAB: C

26. You look so unhappy, Anton. What's the matter?'. 'My father .... His job.
     A.   has just lost
     B.   has been losing
     C.   losing
     D.   is losing
     JAWAB: A

27. The work .... Computers requires well trained personnel.
     A.   involved
     B.   involve
     C.   to be involve
     D.   involves
     JAWAB: D

28. Did I tell you about the girl ... I met during the student demonstration last week?
     A. Who
     B. Whose
     C. Whom
     D. Of which
     JAWAB: C

29. He asked me whether he... my car to go to the party.
     A. can borrow
     B. might borrow
     C. ought to borrrow
     D. may borrow
     JAWAB: B

30. What did Adi finally decided?" .... his master degree in Australia
     A. he can take
     B.   his taking
     C.   taking
     D.   to take
     JAWAB: D

31. We were planning to open anew office in Surabaya, .... the economic crisis forced us to postpone it
     A. And
     B. Or
     C. So
     D.   But

32.  I am still waiting .... For an interview
   A. To be called
   B.   Be called
   C. Be calling
   D. To call

   A planet is a body in space that revolves around a star. There are nine planets in our solar system, and these nine planets travel around the sun. The names of the planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto.
      Planets travel in orbits around the stars. All of the planets of the solar system revolve in elliptical orbits. In other words, their orbits are like large, flat circles. The time that it takes a planet to make one revolution around the sun is called a year.
      The Greeks were the first people to recognize and give names to some of the planets. Tile word planet comes from a Greek word meaning wanderer If a person wanders, this means that he goes from one place to another and does not have a home. The Greeks thought that planets "wandered" in the sky. However, modern scientists can predict the movement of the planets very accurately.
33. What is the suitable title for this text?
   A. The Stars
   B. The Orbits
   C. The Greeks
   D. The Planets
   E. The Wanderers

34. The planets in our solar system travel...
   A. Around the stars
   B. Around the circles
   C. In one movement
   D  From one position to another
   E. In elliptical orbits

There are millions of plants and animals living in the sea. Most of the plants and animals living in the oceans are extremely small and float near the surface of the water in their thousands. They are food for huge numbers of small animals that also live near the surface. Together, they are all known as plankton. Many fish feed on this plankton, including one of the largest, the whale shark. Despite their great size, certain whales live entirely on plankton.
      The blue whale is the largest animal ever to live. It grows to a length of over 100 feet. The humpback whale is a smaller kind and has long flippers. It can jump right out the water. The Californian grey whale makes long migrations every year - it spends the summer feeding in the Arctic but swims south to the warmer waters off the coast of Mexico in the winter. The females give birth in the shallow, warm water there. Many of the fish in the sea may be eaten by other meat-eaters. Sharks, for example, area some of the fastest hunters, although not all of them eat other fish.
      Deep down in the oceans live many strange fish. It is so dark down there that many of these fish have "light" on them, which are used for attracting smaller fish for the larger ones to eat. Jellyfish are peculiar-looking creatures ranging in size from a fraction of an inch to 6 feet across. They don't really swim but drift in the currents of the open oceans. Although they contain a powerful sting, they are often eaten by turtles. Turtles are reptiles that spend most of their eggs on sandy beaches.

35.   .... are food for huge numbers of small animals that also live near the surface.
   A. Very small plants and animals
   B. Big animals
   C. The oceans mammals
   D. The smallest animal
   E. Big plants

36. Paragraph three tells us about ....
   A. the life of whales
   B. the size of whales
   C. the movement of whales
   D. Three kinds of whales
   E. the migration of whales

37. The main information of the passage is that  ....
   A. Most plants are food for animals
   B. the colour of the largest whales is blue
   C. the female whales give birth in the shallow and warm water
   D. the great size fish also eat plankton
   E. millions of plants and animals live in the sea

38. Which statement is True according to the text?
   A. The turtles eat jellyfish
   B. The turtles lay their eggs in the seabed
   C. The sharks possess a powerful sting.
   D. The Californian grey whales immigrate to the Arctic in winter.
   E. The humpback whale is the largest animal in the sea

39. The word "despite" in paragraph two could be replaced by ....
   A. Therefore
   B. Referring to
   C. In spite of
   D. Except
   E. Instead of

40. I ... go to school now.
   A. am going to
   B. will to
   C. would
   D. may to
   E. might

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