“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).

Jun 9, 2013

Contoh Soal Bahasa Inggris SBMPTN 2013 + Jawaban

Contoh Soal Bahasa Inggris SBMPTN 2013 + Jawaban

Tahun 2013 ini untuk masuk diperguruan tinggi negeri tidak lagi diadakan jalur SNMPTN yang melalui tes tertulis seperti tahun 2012. Melainkan hanya jalur SNMPTN Prestasi. Untuk seleksi masuk perguruan tinggi melalui jalur tertilis pun sudah terbagi yaitu SBMPTN dan SPMB-PTAIN. SBMPTN digunakan sebagi jalur masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri (PTN) secara umum, sementara SPMB-PTAIN itu mengarah ke Universitas Islam Negeri di seluruh Indonesia yang diadakan oleh pihak Kementrian Agama (Kemenag).

Untuk contoh soal bahasa Inggris di SBMPTN 2013, kami prediksi merupakan bentuk soal dari SNMPTN tahun sebelumnya. Olehnya di bawah ini kami menyediakan soal SNMPTN 2012 beserta kunci jawaban. Semoga teks di bawah membantu siswa-siswa kalian menjawab soal SBMPTN tahun 2013 nantinya lebih mudah.


Bacalah teks berikut untuk menjawab soal nomor 1 sampai dengan nomor 5!

In their latest paper, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, Prof. Philip Munday and colleagues report world-first evidence that high CO2 levels in sea water disrupts a key brain receptor in fish, causing marked changes in their behavior and sensory ability. They began by studying how baby clown and damsel fishes performed alongside their predators in CO2 enriched water. They found that, while the predators were somewhat affected, the baby fish suffered much higher rates of attrition.

“Our early work showed that the senses of smell of baby fish was harmed by higher CO2 in the water, meaning they found it harder to locate a reef to settle on or detect the warning smell of a predator fish. But we suspected there was much more to it than the loss of ability to smell, “ says Prof. Munday. The team then examined whether fish’s senses of hearing which are used to locate and hone in on reefs at night, and avoid them during the day was affected. “ The answer is, yes it was. They were confused and no longer avoided reef sounds during the day. Being attracted to reef during daylight would make them easy meat f or predators”

Their work showed the fish also tended to lose their natural instinct to turn left or right which is an important factor in schooling behaviour which also makes them more vulnerable, as lone fish are easily eaten by predators. Prof. Munday further explains, “All this led us to suspect it wasn't simply damage to their individual senses that was going on -but rather, that higher levels of carbon dioxide were affecting their whole central nervous system”.

1. What is the writer’s purpose in writing the passage ?
A. To investigate the increase of carbon dioxide level in sea water.
B. To contrast the influence of carbon dioxide on predators and fish.
C. To predict the impacts of poor senses of fishes on coral reefs.
D. To inform the effects of high carbon dioxide in sea water on fish.
E. To argue over the agility of fish exposed to high carbon dioxide.

2. Paragraphs 2 and 3 are related in that the first ... .
A. argues for causes; the latter deals with conclusion.
B. Describes loss of senses; the latter loss of reactions.
C. Deals with causes; the latter presents further evidence.
D. Theorizes the role of O2; the latter describes the effect.
E. Lists the results of the study; the latter explains the results.

3. The word “them” in’ ... and avoid them during the day ... ‘ (paragraph 2 line 9) refers to ... .
A. CO2
levels
B. predators
C. baby fish
D. the team
E. reefs

4. The following is relevant with the idea of the role of the fish’s senses and instinct described in
the passage except... .
A. mice avoid poisons by smelling it.
B. Dogs sniff rubbles to identify disaster victims.
C. People recognize others from their voices.
D. Babies learn to speak by imitating sound.
E. Pigeons send letter to an address,

5. regarding higher levels of carbon dioxide in sea water is, the author seems to feel very ...
A. concerned.
B. Upset.
C. Weary.
D. Excited.
E. Uncaring.

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