“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 III

Contoh Soal Bahasa Inggris SBMPTN 2013 + Jawaban III

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 kedua teks berikut untuk menjawab soal nomor 41 sampai dengan nomor 45 ! 

Passage A 

Secondhand smoke is the smoke that is exhaled or that comes from the burning end of a cigarette, pipe, or cigar. Secondhand smoke can come in through cracks in the walls. It can hang around in hallways and doorways where people have been smoking. Breathing someone else’s smoke can be deadly, especially if you live or work in a place where people smoke. That is why it is so important for smokers to go all the way outside if they want a cigarette. When one person smokes inside, it can cause problems for everyone else. Children who are around tobacco smoke in their homes have more health problems like asthma and ear infections. They are sicker and stay in bed more. They miss more school days than children whose homes are smoke-free. Babies who live in homes with secondhand smoke are more likely to die as infants than other babies.

Passage B
The first conclusive evidence on the danger of passive smoking came from Takeshi Hirayama’s study in 1981 on lung cancer in non smoking Japanese women married to men who smoked. Although the tobacco industry immediately launched a multi million dollar campaign to discredit the evidence, dozens of further studies have confirmed the link. Research then broadened into other areas and new scientific evidence continues to accumulate. The risk of lung cancer in nonsmokers exposed to passive smoking is increased by between 20 and 30 percent, and the excess risk of heart disease is 23 percent. Children are at particular risk from adults’ smoking. Adverse health effects include pneumonia and bronchitis, coughing and wheezing, worsening of asthma, middle ear diseases, and possibly neuro-behavioural impairment and cardiovascular diseases in adulthood. A pregnant woman’s exposure to other people’s smoking can harm her fetus. The effects are compounded when the child is exposed to passive smoking after birth.

41. Which of the following themes is mainly discussed in the passages?
A. The illnesses linked to passive smoking.
B. The disadvantages of smoking.
C. The danger of becoming smokers
D. The benefit of being a non smoker
E. The danger of being a passive smoker

42. Which of the following opinions is mentioned in both passages?
A. Serious diseases in smokers may result from chain smoking.
B. Active smokers’ smoke endangers passive smokers.
C. Smoking endangers smokers living with nonsmokers.
D. Evidence on the danger of passive smoking is conclusive.
E. Smoking affects the health of a baby of a pregnant woman.

43. The idea of Passage A is similar to that of Passage B, in that it is ... .
A. a chance to escape from several deadly illnesses due to smoking.
B. A good decision for smokers to live without smoking habits.
C. A great benefit for pregnant woman to live without smoking.
D. An unfortunate for nonsmokers to live without smoking habits
E. A list of several health risks for nonsmokers who live with smokers.

44. Both passages can be best summarized as which of the following?
A. Smokers and non-smokers are likely to get smoking-related diseases.
B. Children and pregnant women tend to get various diseases
C. Children of smoking pregnant women will be likely to smoke.
D. Many smokers will not have serious health problems in their life.
E. Non-smokers living with smokers are likely to get health problems.

45. Based on the passages, it can be hypotheszed that ... .
A. by avoiding passive smoking, chances of getting deadly illnesses are lesser.
B. More people will surely die in the environment of smokers.
C. Home settings determine whether somebody will smoke or not.
D. A baby born from a mother who smokes will tend to be a smoker.
E. Evidence of lung cancer will be greater in the baby of a smoking mother.

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