“Jika anak Adam meninggal, maka amalnya terputus kecuali dari tiga perkara, sedekah jariyah (wakaf), ilmu yang bermanfaat, dan anak shaleh yang berdoa kepadanya.” (HR Muslim).

Download soal UN SMA bahasa Inggris 2014 pdf + Audio Listening Mp3

Download soal UN SMA bahasa Inggris 2014 pdf + Audio Listening Mp3

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Contoh Review Text beserta Soal dan Jawaban: Marry Higgins Clark

Contoh Review Text beserta Soal dan Jawaban: Marry Higgins Clark 

Soal Ujian Nasional (UN) 2012/2013

The following text is for questions 23 to 25. 

Reading the three plots of Marry Higgins Clark in All Through the Night concern a stolen gold ornamental cup, a missing baby, and a will which seems to be deceitful. To solve the mystery, she revives her beloved characters; Alvirah, the former cleaning woman; and Willy Meeham, the plumber who won the lottery. They left their life in Jackson Heights, Queens, for an apartment on Central Park. The two have fun along the way solving the puzzle.

The pace is swift and the story is pure escape - totally fun Mary Higgins Clark. I admit, however, that l am still trying to know what melody of the song "All Through the Night" sounds like.

This holiday season, put aside your chores and curl up on couch with All Through the Night. When you close it you will be relaxed and more ready to enjoy the festivities. And then you might just want to tuck a copy into someone's stocking or gift bag, as well.



23. What is the writer's suggestion for the holiday season?
A. Left your life for an apartment in Central Park.
B. Put aside your chores and read the novel. 
C. Tuck a stocking into someone's gift bag.
D. Stole a gold ornament and he deceitful.
E. Have fun and solve some puzzles

24. What intrigues the writer about All Through the Night?
A. lt made her curl up on couch all day.
B. It made her ready for any festivities during holiday.
C. She didn”t know the melody of the song in the book.
D. She wanted to escape every time she read the book.
E. She closed it and got relax.

25. In the first paragraph, the reviewer ....
A. introduces the Marry Higgins Clark
B. analyzes the three plots in the story 
C. mainly discusses about Alvirah
D. is solving all of the mystery
E. summarizes the characters

Contoh Discussion Text beserta Soal dan Jawaban: Family Planning

Contoh Discussion Text beserta Soal dan Jawaban:
Family Planning

Soal Ujian Nasional (UN) 2012/2013

The following text is for questions 1 to 3.

Most people agree that the family planning programme is desirable for the good of family and society. But individuals and religious groups differ sharply on the methods of birth control that they consider moral and acceptable.

Couples that practice birth control do so for various reasons. They may want to limit or space their children, or to have no children at all. Young couples often postpone having children so that both partners can work full-time. Other couples space their children so they can give each as much attention as possible. Some women are advised by their doctor to avoid pregnancy for health reasons. In many countries with rapidly growing populations, the government encourages couples to limit the number of their families.



Even thought birth control has gained in acceptance, opposition to the practice is continuous. Some people fear that birth control encourages sexual outside marriage or that government might impose birth control. Some religious groups oppose birth control on moral grounds.

Some religious groups teach that artificial methods of birth control are immoral because they separate the purposes of intercourse in marriage-conjugal love and the procreation of children. Although they oppose all artificial birth control, they consider natural family planning to be acceptable.

1. Some religious groups refuse to use … birth control because of moral values.
A. home-made
B. man-made
C. natural
D. original
E. high quality

2. Paragraph two tells us about …
A. the government’s encouragement for happy family.
B. the reasons why a woman avoids to have baby.
C. the reasons why couples do birth control.
D. the postponement to having children.
E. the small and big families.

3. We learn from the text that …
A. all couple want to limit their children.
B. most couples want to postpone giving birth.
C. people space children to give them less attention.
D. not everybody agrees with the birth control methods.
E. women avoid being pregnant because of economic problems.

News Item Text beserta Soal dan Jawaban: Patient’s Medication Errors

News Item Text beserta Soal dan Jawaban: Patient’s Medication Errors

Soal Ujian Nasional (UN) Tahun Pelajaran 2012/2013

Half of all heart patients make medication errors

(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.



1. What does the text tell us about?
a. The patient’s medication errors
b. The hospital’s medical treatments
c. The doctor’s medical treatment
d. The uncontrolled medical treatment
e. The pharmacist’s medication mistakes

2. What is the effect of medication errors?
a. Bleeding on heart
b. Health information
c. Problem in healing
d. Life—long time
e. Life –threatening

3. “… and guidance from a pharmacist didn't seem to reduce those errors ….” (part 1)
The underlined word is closest in meaning to ….
a. Improve
b. Upgrade
c. Decrease
d. Degrade
e. Increase