Soal UP PPG Bahasa Inggris Dalam Jabatan Lengkap Dengan Jawaban

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Berikut ini Soal UP PPG Bahasa Inggris Dalam Jawabatan Dengan Jawabannya

Text for number 1 to 3

Nowadays, the police have been applying a new regulation concerning the use of seatbelt. In European countries, this regulation has been applied for a long time.

However, this regulation become controversial and is an interesting topic to discuss. Here are some of the arguments. The use of seat belts has been proven to reduce the risk of injury or death in an accident. Seat belts has become a standard component in cars. The research show that most car accident will cause an injury to the head. Frequently, drivers or the passengers driving without seat belts die because of this. By wearing the seat belts, the injury will not happen since seat belts restrain our body on the car seat when the accident happens. Unfortunately, many cars, especially the old ones, don’t have seat belts. This is because the traffic condition in the past were unlike the recent traffic conditions. The designer of old cars didn’t consider a seatbelt as an important part.

Besides, the drivers wearing the seat belt will think that they are completely safe, so they may drive carelessly. They are safe, indeed, but how about safety of other? The seat belt is only one of the ways to reduce the risk of car accidents. It doesn’t mean that we are completely safe. In short, our safety depends on ourselves.


1.    “ … that they are completely safe.” What does the word “they” refer to?

A.           Cars

B.           Seat belts

C.           Drivers

D.          Designers

E.           Others


2.    What is the function of seat belts?

A.      To reduce the traffic condition.

B.      To become a standard in a component of in car.

C.      To reduce the risk of injury or death in an accident.

D.     To prevent the driver driving cars carefully.

E.      To increase the risk of injury in cars accident.


3.    Why does the writer present two side of opinion of advertisement?

A.      H/She wants to take side.

B.      H/She wants to be in the affirmative side.

C.      H/She uses opinions to emphasize her own stance.

D.     H/She wants the readers know the opinion about the issue.

E.      H/She wants to the readers to understand her stance.


Text for number 4 to 6

Once upon a time there was a poor widow who had an only son named Jack. They were so poor that they didn’t have anything except a cow. When the cow had grown too old, his mother sent Jack to the market to sell it. On the way to the market, Jack meet a butcher who had some beautiful beans in his hand. The butcher told the boy that the beans were of great value and persuaded the silly fad to sell the cow for the beans.

Jack brought them happily. When he told his mother about this, his mother become so angry that she threw the beans out of the window.

When Jack woke up in the morning, he felt the sun shining into a part of his room but all the rest was quite dark and shady.

So, he jumped to the window. What did he see? The beanstalk grew up quite close part of Jack’s window. He opened the window and jumped to the beanstalk which run up just like a big ladder.

He climbed… and climbed till at least he reached the sky. While looking around, he saw a very huge castle. He was amazed.

Then Jack walked along the path leading to the castle. There was a big tall woman on the doorstep. Jack greeted her and asked for the giantess mercy to give him breakfast, because he felt very hungry. Although the giantess grumbled at first, finally she gave Jack a hunk of bread and cheese and a jug of milk.

Jack hadn’t finished when the whole house, began to tremble with the noise of someone’s coming. “Oh! It’s my husband!” cried the giantess. “What an earth shall I do?”

Hastily the giantess opened a very bog cupboard and Jack there.


4.    We learn from the text …

A.         Poverty make people hopeless.

B.         Sincerity makes Jack get something precious.

C.         Jack’s mother was a furious mother.

D.        The giantess took pity on Jack.

E.         Jack was an innocent boy.


5.    What is the story about?

A.        Jack and a butcher

B.        Jack and the giantess

C.        Jack and the bean stalk

D.       A poor widow and his son

E.        The giantess and her husband


6.    It can be inferred from the text that …

A.         Jack and his mother insubsequently lived happily.

B.         Jack was quite worried of the coming giant.

C.         Jack and the giantess were actually mother and son.

D.        The giant did not like anybody come to his castle.

E.         The giantess was scared being scolded by her husband.


Text for number 7 to 8

Snakes are reptile s (cold-blooded creatures). They belong to the same group as lizard (the scaled group, squamata) but from a sub-group of their own (serpentes).

Snake have two legs, but long time ago they had claws to help them slither along. Snakes are not slimy. They are covered in scales which are just bumps on the skin. Their skin is hard and glossy to reduce friction as the snake slithers along the ground.

Snakes are often sun bathe on rock in the warm weather. This is because snake is cold-blooded; they need the sun warmth to heat their bodies up.

Most snakes live in the country. Some types of snakes live in trees; some live in water, but most live on the ground in deserted rabbit burrows, in thick, long grass, and in old logs.

A snake’s diet usually consists of frogs, lizards, mice and other snakes. The anaconda can eat small crocodiles an even bears. Many snakes protect themselves with their fangs. Some snakes are protected by scaring their enemies away like cobra. The flying snakes glide away from danger. Their ribs spread apart and the skin stretches out. Its technique is just like the sugar gliders.


7.    We know from the text that snakes …

A.        Do not have claws

B.         Do not like sunlight

C.         Have two legs and claws

D.        Use their legs to climb the tree

E.         Use their claws to slither along the ground


8.    Since the snake a cold blooded, they …

A.         Like sucking the cool blood.

B.         Avoid sun bathing to their skin.

C.         Never sun bathe in the warm weather.

D.        Live in the ground in deserted burrow.

E.         Require the sun’s warmth to heat their body.


Text for number 9 to 10

Consumable Safeguards

Ensure the batteries are installed with correct polarity. Incorrectly installed batteries can burst or leak, resulting in spillage or injuries.

       The machine has a built-in circuit for protection, against lightning-induced surge current. If lightning strikes in your neighborhood maintain ample distance from the machine and do not touch the machine until the lightning has stopped.

       If you notice flickering or distorted images or noises on your audio-visual units, your machine may be causing radio inference. Switch it off. If the interference disappears, the machine is the cause of the radio inference. Perform the following procedures until the inference is corrected.

ü  Move the machine and the TV and/or radio away from each other.

ü  Reposition or reorient the machine and the TV and/or radio.

ü  Unplug the machine, TV and/or radio.



9.    In order to detect whether the machine causes radio inference on your appliance, you need to …

A.         Switch it off and on to see its effect.

B.         Switch it off and see what happens.

C.         Maintain ample distance from the machine.

D.        Notice any flickering or distorted images.

E.         Perform necessary procedures to check it.


10.     The expected step after unplugging the machine and the TV  ...

A.         Moving the machine far enough from the appliance.

B.         Checking whether the interference has been corrected.

C.         Re plugging them into outlets operating on different circuits.

D.        Switching the machine on and off several time.

E.         Making sure that there is no more electric circuit.


Text for number 11

Natural language processing (NLP) is one aspect of machine learning, big data, and artificial intelligence that has the potential to truly change everything. (11) In its most critical terms, natural language processing is the ability of a computer to understand natural human speech as it is spoken.


11.     The underlined part In its most critical terms in the passage may be best rephrased as….

A.        basically

B.         practically

C.         technically

D.        empirically

E.         evidently


Text for number 12

If it’s a longer paper, a good place to start is by looking at what each paragraph was about. For example, if you write a paper about zoo animals, each paragraph would probably be about one particular animal. In your conclusion, you should briefly mention each animal again. “Zoo animals like polar bears, lions, and giraffes are amazing creatures.”

Leave your readers with something to think about. Suggest that they learn more with a sentence like, “We have a lot to learn about global warming.” You can also give them something to do after reading your paper. For example, “it’s easy to make your own popsicles. Grab some orange juice and give it a try!”

(12) … , remember that it’s important to wrap up your writing by summarizing the main idea for your readers.


12.     To end the paragraph above, the best connector is …

A.         To resume

B.         To sum up

C.         To the point

D.        To prepare

E.         To add


Soal UP PPG Bahasa Inggris Dalam Jabatan Lengkap Dengan Jawaban

13.     In March, the population of dolphin is …

A.        Much lower than that of bears.

B.         A bit higher than that of whales.

C.         Around two-third of that of whales.

D.        Almost the same as that in February.

E.         Much higher than that in April


14.     The text implies that the population of whales …

A.         Can be higher than that of dolphin.

B.         Is the most stable among the three.

C.         Goes up and down very rapidly.

D.        Can be predicted very easily.

E.         Can never exceed that of bears.


Text for number 15 to 16

The focus Content-based instruction (CBI) lesson is on the topic or subject matter. During the lesson students are focused on learning about something that interest them from (1) … to their favorite pop star, or even a topical news story or film. They learn about this subject using the language (2) … rather than their native language, as a tool for developing knowledge and so they develop their linguistic ability in the target language.


15.     Which option best completes blank spaces number 2?

A.         That becomes the tool.

B.         They have firmly learnt.

C.         That is considered useful.

D.        They think it practical.

E.         They are trying to learn.


16.     Which option best completes blank spaces number 1?

A.         A popular exciting hobby.

B.         A humorous fiction topic.

C.         A serious science subject.

D.        A dramatic thriller theme.

E.         Detective story novel.


17.     Owning an expensive car for ordinary person will be …

A.        A white elephant (useless)

B.         A wet blanket (pengacau)

C.         A queer fish (odd)

D.        A past master (expert)

E.         A knowing look (gesture of understand)


18.     The educational product that the magister student developed not only has been patented but also has … a publisher’s attention for further mass publication.

A.         Paid

B.         Obtained

C.         Caught

D.        Gained

E.         Reached


19.     We planned to attend the conference overland; but it was not easy to find the transport … we traveled as most were fully booked.

A.        By which

B.         In which

C.         Which

D.        Where

E.         That


20.     Dominic reached the class at …. As a result, she missed a lot of important information.

A.         The long odd (mustahil)

B.         The main chance

C.         The unhappy hour

D.        The bad time

E.         The eleventh hour


21.     If the workers … a few hours per shift in the airlocks, instead of just 20 minutes, adjusting to normal air pressure, then none of the death of illness …

A.         Didn’t spend/ would be occurred

B.         Would spend/occurred

C.         Were spend/would occur

D.        Had spent/would not have occurred

E.         Had spent/would have occurred


22.     Based on her progress, her advisor does not see there is a … possibility that Nina will not have finished her magister study by the end of the semester.

A.         Blue

B.         Sad

C.         Weak

D.        Low

E.         Faint


23.     Upon approval on their research topic by their advisor, the student need to … immediately their proposal writing in order to have an earlier proposal seminar.

A.         Show up

B.         Work out

C.         Set off

D.        Get by

E.         Boot up


24.     These two researchers have stuck by each other … in fact, they have become almost inseparable in conducting academic works.

A.        Through thick and thin.

B.         Fair and square.

C.         Meek and mild.-

D.        Short and sweet.

E.         Free and easy.


25.     “The instructors check the assignment and student’ responsibility is to complete them.”  The correct passive voice of the sentence is …

A.         The instructors are checked the assignment and student’ responsibility is to complete them.

B.         The assignments checked by the instructors and student’ responsibility is to complete them.

C.         The assignments are checked by the instructors and student’ responsibility is to complete them.

D.        The assignments will be checked by the instructors and student’ responsibility is to complete them.

E.         The instructors will be checked the assignments and student’ responsibility is to complete them.


26.     The meaning that best expresses these two sentences; ‘Last year I was in Bali’ and “ It is perhaps still the best tourist destination island’ is …

A.         Last year I was in Bali that is perhaps still the best tourist destination island.

B.         Last year I was in Bali that it is perhaps still the best tourist destination island.

C.         Last year I was in Bali which is perhaps still the best tourist destination island.

D.        Last year I was in Bali where it is perhaps still the best tourist destination island.

E.         Last year I was in Bali which it is perhaps still the best tourist destination island.


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Text for Number 27 to 28

CALP-Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency which require students to demonstrate understanding and comprehension of academic term. Students move from (1) … to actually understanding and participating in the regular classroom. CALP is said to occur in “context reduced” academic situation. … (2) in the curriculum, language is “disembedded” from meaningful supportive context.


27.     Which option best completes (2) …

A.         Where are higher order thinking skills required.

B.         Where are required higher order thinking skills.

C.         Where higher order thinking skills are required.

D.        Where required higher order thinking skills are.

E.         Where higher order thinking skills required are.


28.     Which option best completes (1) …

A.         Basic skill conversation

B.         Basic conversation skill

C.         Skill basic conversation

D.        Conversation basic skill

E.         Conversation skill basic


29.     The principal will not allow you to go back to campus for further studies … it will benefit your school.

A.         While

B.         Supposing

C.         Even though

D.        Whenever

E.         In as much as


30.     There are about seven cycles in the research design, … maybe adapted to be specifically use in your prototype product as a model of educational product development.

A.         In three cycles which

B.         Three cycles from which

C.         At which three cycles

D.        By three cycles which

E.         Three cycles of which


31.     The meaning that best expresses this; “This brochure arrived late. As a consequence, students could not join the conference” is …

A.         The students could not have joined the conference if the brochure had arrived late.

B.         The students could have joined the conference if the brochure did not arrive late.

C.         The students could have joined the conference if the brochure had not arrived late.

D.        The students could not join the conference if the brochure did not arrive late.

E.         The students could join the conference if the brochure had not arrived late.


Text for number 32 to 33

Wine making has been around for thousands of years. (1)…. It is a natural process requiring little human intervention. However, each wine maker guides the process through different techniques. In general, there are five basic components of the wine making process: harvesting, crushing and pressing, fermentation, clarification and aging, and bottling. (2)…. However, they also add variations and deviations along the way to make their wine unique.


32.     Which option best completes (1)?

A.         Wine making is not known by many

B.         This makes wine popular universally

C.         It is not only an art but also a science

D.        Wine makers have a secret to do it

E.         Sometimes machines are involved


33.     Which option best completes (2)?

A.         Careful handling is assured in wine making

B.         Wine making normally takes a long process

C.         Good wine factories use standard processes

D.        Wine makers typically follow these five steps

E.         However, these depends on the grape quality


Text for number 34 to 35

The flipped classroom intentionally shifts instruction to a learner-centered model in which class time (1) explores topics in greater depth and create meaningful learning opportunities, while educational technologies such as online videos are used to deliver content outside of the classroom. In a flipped classroom, content delivery may take a (2) variety of forms. Often, video lessons prepared by the teacher or third parties are used to deliver content.


34.     The underline word “explores” is synonymous with …

A.         Reviews

B.         Synthetize

C.         Considers

D.        Reflects

E.         Discusses


35.     The antonym of the underlined word “variety” is …

A.        Uniformity

B.         Inequality

C.         Diversity

D.        Dissimilarity

E.         Unity


Text for number 36

36.     The passage fits the following characteristics of an advertisement except …

A.         Using familiar language and simple vocabulary

B.         Using complex and compound sentences

C.         Using simple and colloquial language

D.        Using the simple present tense

E.         Using familiar words and phrases


37.     From the advertisement, we are informed that …

A.        Shannon & Luchs, Inc. is a proper company

B.         The taxes and fire insurance are included

C.         The annual rental is less than $3.000

D.        The company is thoroughfare

E.         Tenants makes all inside repairs


Text for number 38 to 40

38.     According to the biography, why did Galileo Galilee resign from his teaching job at the University of Pisa?

A.         He had attracted many followers

B.         He was persecuted for three years

C.         He was appointed as Mathematic Professor

D.        He had a better offer from the University of Padua

E.         He wanted to pursue his interests in astronomy and mechanics


39.     Something that we can learn from Galileo Galilee’s biography is …

A.         We must always belief whatever the society believe to avoid being persecuted.

B.         We must never go against the believe of the society to avoid being imprisoned.

C.         We should believe in something and stay faithful to it no matter how hard it is.

D.        We must sacrifice everything to get ourselves educated.

E.         We should spend 18 years to pursue our interests.


40.     From the fact that Galileo Galilee was imprisoned for supporting the Copernican theory, which later was proven to be true, we know that Galileo Galilee was …

A.         Reckless

B.         Stubborn

C.         Tenacious

D.        Arrogant

E.         Foolish


41.     The best arrangement of these sentences to make a logical paragraph is …

A.         6-7-4-3-1-5-2

B.         2-6-7-4-3-5-1

C.         2-7-4-6-3-5-1

D.        1-6-4-7-2-3-5

E.         3-5-7-4-6-2-1


42.     How often did the writer eat a day?

A.         Three times

B.         Seldom

C.         Twice

D.        Never

E.         Once


43.     “ … mitigation team chief Alwi Shihab.” Paragraph 1.

The synonym of the underlined word is …

A.         Decreases

B.         Lightener

C.         Reliever

D.        Developer

E.         Writer



44.     The best title of the text is …

A.        Quick Chicken Laksa

B.         Rice vermicelli Noodle

C.         Boneless fried chicken

D.        Ready-made Laksa Paste

E.         Salt-reduced chicken stock


45.     The word “wedges” in the passage most nearly means …

A.        Triangular-shaped pieces of food

B.         A part of plant that beginning to grow

C.         Large fruits like with a thick brown shell

D.        A deep round pan with straight sides

E.         Long thin strips made from flour or rice


46.     How long does it take to make the food stuff ready to serve?

A.         Less than 12 minutes

B.         Exactly 13 minutes

C.         More than 14 minutes

D.        More or less 15 minutes

E.         Appropriately 21 minutes


Text for number 47-49

All human beings eat food and make use of the chemical energy in it, so do all other animals. Perhaps you wonder where all that chemical energy comes from. Why doesn't the food all get used up? The answer is that new food is being grown as fast as old food is used to. It is the green plants that form the new food. Animals either eat the plants or eat other animals that have eaten plants. The green substance of plants is chlorophyll. Chlorophyll can absorb sunlight. When it does so, it changes the energy of the sun into chemical energy. The chemical energy present in sunlit chlorophyll is used to combine dioxide in the air with water from the soil. Starch and other complicated compounds are formed. These are high in chemical energy obtained from the sunlit chlorophyll. They make up the food on which mankind and all other animals live. In the process of forming this food, some oxygen atoms are left over. These are given off into the air by the plants. The whole process is called photosynthesis. Thus, plants use sunlight to from food and oxygen to from carbon dioxide and water again. Plants change the sun's energy into chemical energy. And animals change the animal energy into kinetic and heat energy.


47.     The green substance of plant is chlorophyll. The underlined word in the above is closest in meaning to....

A.         Core

B.         Body

C.         Stuff

D.        Essence

E.         Material


48.     What will happen when the chlorophyll absorbs sunlight? It will....

A.         change heat into kinetic energy

B.         form complicated compound

C.         make use of heat energy

D.        change kinetic energy into chemical energy

E.         change the sun's energy into chemical energy


49.     From the text we know that ....

A.         plant need to heat energy to live

B.         all human beings need chemical energy

C.         plants absorb sunlight to produce kinetic energy

D.        chlorophyll is the most important thing in photosynthesis

E.         sun's energy cannot be formed into kinetic energy


Text for number 50

KWL charts help students to be active thinkers while they read, giving them specific things to look for and having them reflect on what they learned (50) when they are finished reading. KWL uses the metacognitive strategy of self-questioning to ensure that students comprehend the content presented in the lesson. When students set their own purposes for reading, they are more motivated and active as readers.


50.     The underlined part when they are finished reading in the passage may be best rephrased as….

A.        upon reading

B.         when reading

C.         their reading end

D.        their reading done

E.         reading completion

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