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1. The Surabaya Police have arrested a man, identified only as MN, for allegedly buying an infant via Instagram.

MN was arrested at his house on Jl. Karah in Jambangan district in Surabaya, East Java, on Sunday. He was found to have paid some Rp 3.8 million (US$250) for a baby boy when he was only three days olD.

Surabaya police chief Sr. Comr. Rudi Setiawan said recently that the transaction was conducted in Semarang, Central Java, on Sept. 23. The baby’s parents live in Tangerang in Banten.

“The baby is now safe with the Surabaya administration,” Rudi said on Monday (The Jakarta Post, Tue, October 16, 2018)


What is the purpose of the text?

a. To inform readers about arrested man for buying an infant
[Jawaban Benar]

b. To describe the important person for readers
[Jawaban Salah]

c. To argue that arresting the man is important
[Jawaban Salah]

d. To explain how police arrested the man
[Jawaban Salah]

e. To convince reader that buying infant is illegal
[Jawaban Salah]



2. The Surabaya Police have arrested a

man, identified only as MN, for allegedly buying an infant via Instagram.

MN was arrested at his house on Jl. Karah in Jambangan district in Surabaya, East Java, on Sunday. He was found to have paid some Rp 3.8 million (US$250) for a baby boy when he was only three days olD.

Surabaya police chief Sr. Comr. Rudi Setiawan said recently that the transaction was conducted in Semarang, Central Java, on Sept. 23. The baby’s parents live in Tangerang in Banten.

“The baby is now safe with the Surabaya administration,” Rudi said on Monday (The Jakarta Post, Tue, October 16, 2018)

What is the generic structure of the text above?

a. Newsworthy event – Background events – Sources
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Orientation – Complication – Reorientation
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Orientation – Series of event – Reorientation
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Stating thesis – Arguments – Reiteration
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Goal – Equipments – Steps
[Jawaban Salah]



3. The Surabaya Police have arrested a

man, identified only as MN, for allegedly buying an infant via Instagram.

MN was arrested at his house on Jl. Karah in Jambangan district in Surabaya, East Java, on Sunday. He was found to have paid some Rp 3.8 million (US$250) for a baby boy when he was only three days olD.

Surabaya police chief Sr. Comr. Rudi Setiawan said recently that the transaction was conducted in Semarang, Central Java, on Sept. 23. The baby’s parents live in Tangerang in Banten.

“The baby is now safe with the Surabaya administration,” Rudi said on Monday (The Jakarta Post, Tue, October 16, 2018)

“MN was arrested at his house…” The underlined word refers to a house belongs to…….

a. The arrested man
[Jawaban Benar]

b. The infant parent
[Jawaban Salah]

c. The police officer
[Jawaban Salah]

d. A Semarang administration officer
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Surabaya administration officer
[Jawaban Salah]



4. “…for allegedly buying an infant” The infant word has similar meaning with ……

a. Child
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Teenager
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Adult
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Man
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Grown
[Jawaban Salah]



5. Two state-owned lenders — Bank Mandiri and Bank BNI — will build temporary houses for 400 families displaced by the recent strong earthquake that hit Sigi District, Central Sulawesi ProvincE.

Second Assistant Secretary of Sigi District Government Iskandar Nontji informed that the temporary houses for 100 families will be constructed by Bank Mandiri in the South Sibayala area of Dolo Sub-district. Meanwhile, Bank BNI will erect the temporary shelters for 300 families in Jonoge Village of Sigi Biromaru Sub-district that severely suffered from soil liquefaction during the 7.4-magnitude earthquake that rocked the area on Sept 28, he noteD.

The temporary houses will be constructed on pieces of land, owned by the sub-district government, village, and community members, he stated, adding that the Sigi district government will facilitate all related parties to sign a letter of agreement.

“We are going to provide a letter of agreement that will be signed by all related parties to avoid any unexpected eventuality in the future,” he explaineD. (Antara, 17th October, 2018)

What is the text about?....

a. Building temporary houses for displaced family
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Assistant Secretary has built temporary houses
[Jawaban Salah]

c. New luxury house will be built by BNI
[Jawaban Salah]

d. .Signing a letter of agreements to build a permanent house
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Planning to displace the temporary house
[Jawaban Salah]



6. Two state-owned lenders — Bank Mandiri and Bank BNI — will build temporary houses for 400 families displaced by the recent strong earthquake that hit Sigi District, Central Sulawesi ProvincE.

Second Assistant Secretary of Sigi District Government Iskandar Nontji informed that the temporary houses for 100 families will be constructed by Bank Mandiri in the South Sibayala area of Dolo Sub-district. Meanwhile, Bank BNI will erect the temporary shelters for 300 families in Jonoge Village of Sigi Biromaru Sub-district that severely suffered from soil liquefaction during the 7.4-magnitude earthquake that rocked the area on Sept 28, he noteD.

The temporary houses will be constructed on pieces of land, owned by the sub-district government, village, and community members, he stated, adding that the Sigi district government will facilitate all related parties to sign a letter of agreement.

“We are going to provide a letter of agreement that will be signed by all related parties to avoid any unexpected eventuality in the future,” he explaineD. (Antara, 17th October, 2018)


What can we infer from the text?....

a. Shelters will be built by two state banks for the earthquake victims
[Jawaban Benar]

b. The temporary house will be build in the family lands
[Jawaban Salah]

c. The displaced family will build 400 houses for two state banks
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Bank Mandiri will be built in the South Sibayala
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Bank BNI will be built by the earthquake victims in Jonoge Village of Sigi
[Jawaban Salah]



7. Two state-owned lenders — Bank Mandiri and Bank BNI — will build temporary houses for 400 families displaced by the recent strong earthquake that hit Sigi District, Central Sulawesi ProvincE.

Second Assistant Secretary of Sigi District Government Iskandar Nontji informed that the temporary houses for 100 families will be constructed by Bank Mandiri in the South Sibayala area of Dolo Sub-district. Meanwhile, Bank BNI will erect the temporary shelters for 300 families in Jonoge Village of Sigi Biromaru Sub-district that severely suffered from soil liquefaction during the 7.4-magnitude earthquake that rocked the area on Sept 28, he noteD.

The temporary houses will be constructed on pieces of land, owned by the sub-district government, village, and community members, he stated, adding that the Sigi district government will facilitate all related parties to sign a letter of agreement.

“We are going to provide a letter of agreement that will be signed by all related parties to avoid any unexpected eventuality in the future,” he explaineD. (Antara, 17th October, 2018)


What makes 400 families displaced?

a. 7.4-magnitude earthquake
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Local governement
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Temporary shelters
[Jawaban Salah]

d. 400 houses
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Mandiri bank and BNI
[Jawaban Salah]



8. “The temporary houses will be constructed on pieces of lanD..” The temporary word has antonym of ……..

a. Permanent
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Seasonal
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Limited
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Transitory
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Momentary
[Jawaban Salah]



9. (Reuters Health) – Half of all heart patients made at least one medication-related mistake after leaving the hospital, and guidance from a pharmacist didn’t seem to reduce those errors, in a new study.

Consequences of mistakes – such as forgetting to take certain drugs or taking the wrong dose – can range from side effects like constipation to more serious drops in blood pressure. Two percent of errors were life-threatening.

Hospitals involved in the study were already taking steps to prevent medication mistakes in addition to the extra pharmacist intervention, said Dr. Sunil Kripalani, the study’s lead author from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

“We were surprised to see that in spite of these efforts that 50 percent (of patients) were still having these medication errors,” he told Reuters Health.

Although the pharmacist visits didn’t help the average patient, he added, certain ones seemed to benefit – such as patients who were on multiple drugs or had trouble understanding health information.

As for traditionally lower-risk patients, he said other strategies to prevent errors may be needed.


14.What does the text tell us about?....

a. The patient’s medication errors
[Jawaban Benar]

b. The hospital’s medical treatments
[Jawaban Salah]

c. The doctor’s medical treatment
[Jawaban Salah]

d. The uncontrolled medical treatment
[Jawaban Salah]

e. The pharmacist’s medication mistakes
[Jawaban Salah]



10. (Reuters Health) – Half of all heart patients made at least one medication-related mistake after leaving the hospital, and guidance from a pharmacist didn’t seem to reduce those errors, in a new study.

Consequences of mistakes – such as forgetting to take certain drugs or taking the wrong dose – can range from side effects like constipation to more serious drops in blood pressure. Two percent of errors were life-threatening.

Hospitals involved in the study were already taking steps to prevent medication mistakes in addition to the extra pharmacist intervention, said Dr. Sunil Kripalani, the study’s lead author from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

“We were surprised to see that in spite of these efforts that 50 percent (of patients) were still having these medication errors,” he told Reuters Health.

Although the pharmacist visits didn’t help the average patient, he added, certain ones seemed to benefit – such as patients who were on multiple drugs or had trouble understanding health information.

As for traditionally lower-risk patients, he said other strategies to prevent errors may be needed.


What is the effect of medication errors?

a. Life –threatening
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Life—long time
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Problem in healing
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Health information
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Bleeding on heart
[Jawaban Salah]



11. .“… and guidance from a pharmacist didn’t seem to reduce those errors ….” The “reduce” word is closest in meaning to ….

a. Decrease
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Improve
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Upgrade
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Degrade
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Increase
[Jawaban Salah]



12. Nine traditional Balinese dances have been recognized as part of the world’s intangible cultural heritage following a UNESCO session in Namibia on Wednesday.

Balinese dances included on the list were the Barong Ket, Joged Bumbung, Legong Keraton, Topeng Sidhakarya, Baris Upacara, Sanghyang Dedari and Rejang dances, as well as the Wayang Wong and Gambuh dance dramas.

“We are very pleased with the recognition; it enables Bali to receive protection in terms of traditional dance preservation as well as economic benefits in the future,” said Bali Cultural Agency head Dewa Putu Beratha on Wednesday night as quoted by Antara news agency.

During the UNESCO session, Indonesia’s proposal regarding the dances reportedly ranked 18th among a total of 35 countries. “The nine dances represent Balinese dance as a whole based on their historical concept, function and style,” said Dewa.

According to Dewa, the Rejang, Sanghyang Dedari and Baris Upacara dances represented the Wali dance, which is usually performed during processions. Meanwhile, the Topeng Sidhakarya dance and Gambuh and Wayang Wong dance dramas are part of the Bebali dance, known as a semi-sacred and ceremonial dancE. The Legong Keraton, Joged Bumbung and Barong Ket dances are a representation of the Balih-Balihan dance that serves social and entertainment purposes.

The Wali dance is said to have originated between the eighth and 14th centuries. The Bebali dance and Balih-Balihan dances are believed to have come from the 14th-19th century and 19th centuries, respectively.

“The community has actively played an important role in preserving these traditional dances, especially the Wali dancE. Meanwhile, the Bali provincial administration and its city and regency administrations should increase their role in preserving the Bebali and Balih-Balihan dances during tourist events,” said Dewa.


9. What is the main idea of the text?

a. UNESCO recognises nine Balinese dances.
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Nine Balinese dances are the part of the world’s cultural heritages.
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Bali receives recognising on the local dances from UNESCO.
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Nine Balinese dances represent Balinese dances.
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Balinese community play an important role in preserving their traditional dances.
[Jawaban Salah]



13. Nine traditional Balinese dances have been recognized as part of the world’s intangible cultural heritage following a UNESCO session in Namibia on Wednesday.

Balinese dances included on the list were the Barong Ket, Joged Bumbung, Legong Keraton, Topeng Sidhakarya, Baris Upacara, Sanghyang Dedari and Rejang dances, as well as the Wayang Wong and Gambuh dance dramas.

“We are very pleased with the recognition; it enables Bali to receive protection in terms of traditional dance preservation as well as economic benefits in the future,” said Bali Cultural Agency head Dewa Putu Beratha on Wednesday night as quoted by Antara news agency.

During the UNESCO session, Indonesia’s proposal regarding the dances reportedly ranked 18th among a total of 35 countries. “The nine dances represent Balinese dance as a whole based on their historical concept, function and style,” said Dewa.

According to Dewa, the Rejang, Sanghyang Dedari and Baris Upacara dances represented the Wali dance, which is usually performed during processions. Meanwhile, the Topeng Sidhakarya dance and Gambuh and Wayang Wong dance dramas are part of the Bebali dance, known as a semi-sacred and ceremonial dancE. The Legong Keraton, Joged Bumbung and Barong Ket dances are a representation of the Balih-Balihan dance that serves social and entertainment purposes.

The Wali dance is said to have originated between the eighth and 14th centuries. The Bebali dance and Balih-Balihan dances are believed to have come from the 14th-19th century and 19th centuries, respectively.

“The community has actively played an important role in preserving these traditional dances, especially the Wali dancE. Meanwhile, the Bali provincial administration and its city and regency administrations should increase their role in preserving the Bebali and Balih-Balihan dances during tourist events,” said Dewa.


Which statement that supports the text?....

a. The UNESCO recognition on the nine Balinese dances will be economically beneficial for Bali.
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Indonesia’s proposal regarding the dances ranked well among the 35 countries.
[Jawaban Salah]

c. The nine Balinese dances represent the culture and life of its community.
[Jawaban Salah]

d. The Balih-Balihan dance is said to have come from the 14th-19th century.
[Jawaban Salah]

e. The Bebali dance is believed originated in 19th century.
[Jawaban Salah]



14. Taufik Hidayat quiting national badminton team after 13 years of service, which culminated in an Olympic gold medal, shuttler Taufik Hidayat announced Friday his resignation from the national training camp in Jakarta.

“My decision to resign is final. It’s not an impulse or emotional decision. I’ve been thinking about quitting the national team since 2004, after I won at the Athens Olympics,” he saiD. “However, people kept on encouraging me to stay in the national team, considering my potential and my youth. Therefore I stayed until 2008.” In 2001, Taufik threatened to quit the training camp because of Mulyo’s exclusion. Mulyo is his mentor. He only joined the national team after the head of PBSI Djoko Santoso has agreed to restore Mulyo. In 2004, Taufik made yet another threat to quit, and again backed down from it. “It’s time for younger players to take the baton. I’m giving way to them.

It’s all about regeneration in Indonesian badminton,” he said ( By kompas.com 2008 )

How many years Taufik Hidayat played badminton with the national team ?…

a. 13 years
[Jawaban Benar]

b. until now
[Jawaban Salah]

c. 14 years
[Jawaban Salah]

d. 15 years
[Jawaban Salah]



15. Taufik Hidayat quiting national badminton team after 13 years of service, which culminated in an Olympic gold medal, shuttler Taufik Hidayat announced Friday his resignation from the national training camp in Jakarta.

“My decision to resign is final. It’s not an impulse or emotional decision. I’ve been thinking about quitting the national team since 2004, after I won at the Athens Olympics,” he saiD. “However, people kept on encouraging me to stay in the national team, considering my potential and my youth. Therefore I stayed until 2008.” In 2001, Taufik threatened to quit the training camp because of Mulyo’s exclusion. Mulyo is his mentor. He only joined the national team after the head of PBSI Djoko Santoso has agreed to restore Mulyo. In 2004, Taufik made yet another threat to quit, and again backed down from it. “It’s time for younger players to take the baton. I’m giving way to them.

It’s all about regeneration in Indonesian badminton,” he said ( By kompas.com 2008 )


Since the year how he plans to quit the national team …

a. 2008
[Jawaban Salah]

b. 2004
[Jawaban Benar]

c. 2011
[Jawaban Salah]

d. 2009
[Jawaban Salah]



16. Taufik Hidayat quiting national badminton team after 13 years of service, which culminated in an Olympic gold medal, shuttler Taufik Hidayat announced Friday his resignation from the national training camp in Jakarta.

“My decision to resign is final. It’s not an impulse or emotional decision. I’ve been thinking about quitting the national team since 2004, after I won at the Athens Olympics,” he saiD. “However, people kept on encouraging me to stay in the national team, considering my potential and my youth. Therefore I stayed until 2008.” In 2001, Taufik threatened to quit the training camp because of Mulyo’s exclusion. Mulyo is his mentor. He only joined the national team after the head of PBSI Djoko Santoso has agreed to restore Mulyo. In 2004, Taufik made yet another threat to quit, and again backed down from it. “It’s time for younger players to take the baton. I’m giving way to them.

It’s all about regeneration in Indonesian badminton,” he said ( By kompas.com 2008 ).

How many times he plans to quit the team of national badminton…

a. 4 times
[Jawaban Salah]

b. 5 times
[Jawaban Salah]

c. 3 times
[Jawaban Benar]

d. 1 time
[Jawaban Salah]

e. 2 times
[Jawaban Salah]



17. Taufik Hidayat quiting national badminton team after 13 years of service, which culminated in an Olympic gold medal, shuttler Taufik Hidayat announced Friday his resignation from the national training camp in Jakarta.

“My decision to resign is final. It’s not an impulse or emotional decision. I’ve been thinking about quitting the national team since 2004, after I won at the Athens Olympics,” he saiD. “However, people kept on encouraging me to stay in the national team, considering my potential and my youth. Therefore I stayed until 2008.” In 2001, Taufik threatened to quit the training camp because of Mulyo’s exclusion. Mulyo is his mentor. He only joined the national team after the head of PBSI Djoko Santoso has agreed to restore Mulyo. In 2004, Taufik made yet another threat to quit, and again backed down from it. “It’s time for younger players to take the baton. I’m giving way to them.

It’s all about regeneration in Indonesian badminton,” he said ( By kompas.com 2008 )

Who the coach of Olympic gold winner …

a. Mulyo
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Agung gumelar
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Djoko santoso
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Taufik hidayat
[Jawaban Salah]

e. Nurdin halid
[Jawaban Salah]



18. Taufik Hidayat quiting national badminton team after 13 years of service, which culminated in an Olympic gold medal, shuttler Taufik Hidayat announced Friday his resignation from the national training camp in Jakarta.

“My decision to resign is final. It’s not an impulse or emotional decision. I’ve been thinking about quitting the national team since 2004, after I won at the Athens Olympics,” he saiD. “However, people kept on encouraging me to stay in the national team, considering my potential and my youth. Therefore I stayed until 2008.” In 2001, Taufik threatened to quit the training camp because of Mulyo’s exclusion. Mulyo is his mentor. He only joined the national team after the head of PBSI Djoko Santoso has agreed to restore Mulyo. In 2004, Taufik made yet another threat to quit, and again backed down from it. “It’s time for younger players to take the baton. I’m giving way to them.

It’s all about regeneration in Indonesian badminton,” he said ( By kompas.com 2008 )

It’s all about regeneration in Indonesian badminton,” he said. The word “ he “ refers to …

a. Taufik hidayat
[Jawaban Benar]

b. Djoko santoso
[Jawaban Salah]

c. Agung gumelar
[Jawaban Salah]

d. Mulyo
[Jawaban Salah]



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