Teks 1 (digunakan untuk menjawab soal 1-5)
(1) Kita ketahui bersama bahwa Narkotika adalah musuh negara dan musuh kita semua, maka cara ampuh mengatasi permasalahan narkotika tersebut tidak bisa dilakukan secara parsial, namun membutuhkan peran serta bantuan dan kerja sama dengan semua pihak baik yang bersifat Nasional, Regional maupun Internasional. (2) Melihat arti pentingnya kerja sama dengan semua stakeholders di seluruh dunia dalam mengatasi masalah narkotika, maka BNN RI melakukan lawatan diplomasinya ke negara Perancis yang terletak di Benua Eropa bagian barat yang berbatasan dengan negara Swiss, Italia dan Jerman. (3) Misi yang dibawa delegasi BNN RI saat melakukan kunjungannya ke Perancis adalah ingin memperkuat kerja sama yang sudah terjalin erat selama ini dan memperluas bidang kerja sama tersebut kedalam program P4GN yang dimiliki BNN RI yang meliputi Pemberantasan, Pencegahan Penyalahgunaan dan Peredaran Gelap Narkotika (P4GN). (4) Delegasi BNN RI diterima oleh Madame Laura D’Arrigo dan didampingi beberapa pejabat di lingkungan Kementrian Hukum, Bea Cukai dan Kementrian di bawah kantor Perdana Menteri Perancis. Pada sambutannya di acara tersebut, Kepala BNN RI Drs. Heru Winarko, S.H menyampaikan ucapan terima kasih atas bantuan dan kerjasamanya selama melakukan kunjungan bilateral “Expert Meeting” antara Indonesia dan Perancis.
1. Apa yang harus dikoreksi di kalimat 1 agar menjadi benar?
A. Tanda koma setelah kata semua diganti menjadi titik
B. Mengganti huruf pertama kata narkotika, nasional, regional, dan internasional menjadi huruf kecil
C. Mengganti huruf pertama kata narkotika, nasional, regional, dan internasional menjadi huruf kecil dan menjadikan semua huruf miring
D. Mengganti huruf pertama kata narkotika, nasional, regional, dan internasional menjadi huruf kecil dan menebalkan semua huruf
E. Tidak perlu dikoreksi
2. Kata lawatan pada kalimat ketiga dapat diganti dengan kata…
B. Kerja sama
3. Kesimpulan yang tepat berdasarkan teks di atas adalah…
A. BNN RI sadar akan pentingnya kerja sama dengan semua stakeholders di dunia untuk mengatasi masalah narkotika
B. Masalah narkoba tidak dapat diselesaikan sendirian
C. BNN RI melakukan kunjungan ke Perancis dalam rangka mempererat dan memperluas bidang kerja sama antar mereka
D. BNN RI berhasil menjalankan misi kunjungan ke negara Perancis
E. Semua pilihan benar
4. Kata stakeholders di kalimat 2 dapat diperbaiki menjadi…
A. Tidak usah diganti karena sudah benar
C. stakeholders, karena tidak merupakan kata yang baku
D. Stakeholders, karena merupakan kata baku
E. Stakeholders, untuk mempertegas kata tersebut
5. FAIL : …. = KERUGIAN : …
A. Kemenangan : keuntungan
B. Kekalahan : defisit
C. Dokumen : defisit
D. Lomba : bisnis
E. Cercaan : kesusahan
Teks 2 (digunakan untuk menjawab soal 6-10)
Imagine 15 grocery bags filled with plastic trash piled up on every single yard of shoreline in the world. That’s how much land-based plastic trash ended up in the world’s oceans in just one year. The world generates at least 3.5 million tons of plastic and other solid waste a day, 10 times the amount a century ago, according to World Bank researchers. The U.S. is the king of trash, producing a world-leading 250 million tons a year—roughly 4.4 pounds of trash per person per day. And yet there are a growing number of people—often young millennial women—who are part of a zero-waste movement. Their yearly trash output can be small enough to fit inside an eight-ounce mason jar. These are not wannabe hippies, but people embracing a modern minimalist lifestyle. They say it saves them money and time and enriches their lives. Kathryn Kellogg is one of those young millennials who has downsized her trash pile—anything that hasn’t been composted or recycled—so two years' worth literally fits inside one 16-ounce jar. Meanwhile, the average American produces 1,500 pounds of trash a year. (Learn more about Kellogg in the recent plastic issue of National Geographic magazine). “We also saved about $5,000 a year by purchasing fresh food instead of packaged, buying in bulk, and making our own products like cleaners and deodorant,” says Kellogg, who lives with her husband in a small house in Vallejo, California. Kellogg is one of several zero-waste bloggers who share online the details of their efforts, along with practical tips and encouragement, for others looking to embrace a zero-waste lifestyle. In three years, she has gained 300,000 monthly readers on her blog goingzerowaste.com and on Instagram. “I think many people are ready to cut their waste,” says Kellogg. However, she doesn’t want people to fixate on trying to stuff all their trash into a jar. Zero-waste is really about trying to minimize your trash and making better choices in your life, she says. “Just do the best you can and buy less.”
6. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. Kellogg as one of the zero-waste bloggers
B. Zero-waste management movement by millennial women
C. Two years’ worth of trash in only 16-ounce jar
D. Amount of plastic trash in the ocean
E. The U.S. as the king of trash
7. The bold words in paragraph one has closest meaning to…
A. People who support a modern minimalist lifestyle
B. People who saves money and time because of their minimalist lifestyle
C. Millennials who downsized their trash
D. People who are trying to live an eco-friendly life and oppose the conventional way of living
E. None of the above
8. What is the definition of trash pile according to the act of
A. Accumulation of trash
B. Accumulation of non-recycled trash
C. Junk heap
D. Accumulation of discarded matter
E. All of the above
9. What is the definition of zero-waste as stated by Kellogg?
A. Trying to put all their trash into a jar
B. Producing no waste at all
C. Do your best to escalate shopping
D. Make new choices in life
E. Make better choices to diminish waste production
10. According to World Bank researchers, what is the amount of trash
produced per day?
A. 10 times the amount centuries ago
B. 3.5 million tons
C. 250 million tons
D. 4.4 tons
E. Less than 250 million tons
Teks 3 (digunakan untuk menjawab soal 11-15)
Australia is no stranger to wildfires, but this season has been unprecedented in scale and intensity - and the summer is far from over. So far at least 28 people have died in blazes that have swept the country, more than 3,000 homes have been destroyed and roughly 7.3 million hectares (17.9 million acres) of land has been burnt. So what has caused the blazes which have devastated such huge swathes of the country?
The country is in the grip of a heatwave, with record-breaking temperatures over the last three months. In mid-December the nation saw the hottest day in history - the average temperature was 41.9 degrees Celsius.
These conditions, which show few signs of abating in the next few weeks, have been accompanied by brisk winds which fan the flames and push the smoke across Australia’s major cities. Authorities say that wind speeds have been recorded at 60 miles per hour.
All this follows the country’s driest spring since records began 120 years ago, with much of New South Wales and Queensland experiencing rainfall shortfalls since early 2017. Trees, shrubs and grasslands have turned into the perfect tinder for flames.
What is being done to stop the fires?
So far, the response has been largely reactive - aimed at evacuating residents to safety and stopping the blazes from spreading. Australia relies on hundreds of thousands of volunteer firefighters, who have been working around the clock to try and bring the fires under control for months.
The armed forces have now also been deployed to fight the fires and evacuate residents and the United States, Canada and New Zealand have also sent resources including firefighters to help stem the blazes. But in the long term, experts have said that there should be a review of building standards in bushfire zones to create resilient homes and larger buffer zones between the bush and properties.
11. What are the causes of the latest Australian wildfire?
A. High heatwave
B. Brisk wind
C. Driest spring ever recorded
D. A combination of extreme heat, prolonged drought and strong winds
E. None of the above
12. What can we conclude from the chart given?
A. The average temperature was lowest few years before 1920
B. Average temperatures have been increasing dramatically
C. Average temperature got slightly under 0 for the last time at 2020
D. There is no data of mean temperature at around 2010
E. All of the above
13. Why does Australia rely on the volunteer firefighters?
A. They are working all night and day to tame the fire
B. They dedicate most of their time to make sure the fire is under control
C. They try to control the fire around the burnt area voluntarily
D. They are working hard without getting paid
E. All of the above
14. The last paragraph of the passage implies that…
A. A revolutionary plan is needed to upgrade the quality of houses in the bushfire area
B. Good building standard will create homes that withstand upcoming disasters
C. A wildfire might occur again somewhere in the future
D. Good building standard is important
E. All of the above
15. The word unprecedented on the first paragraph can be replaced