Saturday, 10 January 2015

Latihan Soal Bahasa Inggris Review Text dan Kunci Jawabannya 2015

Latihan Soal Bahasa Inggris Review Text dan Kunci Jawabannya 2015

Latihan Soal Bahasa Inggris Review Text dan Kunci Jawabannya 2015 - Berikut akan saya berikan  Latihan Soal Bahasa Inggris Review Text dan Kunci Jawabannya 2015 yang mudah-mudahan bisa membantu teman-teman dalam memahami lebih dalam tentang Review Text. Contoh Review Text yang akan saya berikan ini sangat mudah untuk dipahami. Teruslah rajin mengerkjakan soal-soal, agar ketika ujian nanti teman-teman telah terbiasa menghadapi soal.
Berikut Latihan Soal Bahasa Inggris Review Text dan Kunci Jawabannya 2015:

This series is based on a true story of a girl named Aya Kito who was stricken by a cruel disease called Spinocerebellar Degeneration. This disease affects Aya’s nervous system and as the name’s suggest, it poses a degeneration of her movement, and will eventually affect her mobility, speech and even her ability to eat. The theme of this series is very depressing but the overall tone is very heartwarming. Aya Kite’s diary was made into a best-selling book and the series follows her sufferings as she struggles to find hope, strength and courage to face such a devastating disease.

1.            What is the most suitable title for the text?
a.       The Spinocerebellar Degeneration               d.   The tear jerking scene
b.      The legend of Aya Kito                               e.   Aya Kito’s true story
c.       Aya Kito’s suffering
2.            Which of the following statement is NOT TRUE according to the text?
a.       The story was based on Aya’s letters          d.   The diary was bestseller
b.      The story was based on a true story             e.   Aya was a strong girl
c.       The disease is devastating

Text 2 for question 2 to 3
Since the first production of “Private Lives” in 1930, with the theatre’s two leading sophisticates Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence in the leads, the play as tended to be chosen as a vehicle for starts.
            QUT Academy of the Arts’ production boasted no ‘stars’, but certainly fielded potential stars in a sparkling performance that brought out just how fine a piece of craftsmanship Coward’s play is. More than 60 years later, what new could be deduced from so familiar a theme? Director Rod Wissler’s highly perceptive approach went beyond the glittery surface of Witty banter to the darker implications beneath.
            With the shifting of attitudes to social values, it became clear that Victor and Sibly were potentially the more admirable of the couples, with standards better adjusted than the volatile and self-indulgent Elyot and Amanda.
            The wit was there, dexterously ping-ponged to and fro by a vibrant Amanda (Catherine Jones) and a suave Elyot (Daniel Kealy). Julie Eckersley’s Sibly was a delightful creation, and Phillip Cameron-Smith’s more serious playing was just right for Victor. Jodie Levesconte was a superb French maid, James Maclean’s set captured the thirties atmosphere with many subtle touches.
            All involved deserve the highest praise.

3.            According to the passage, “Private Live” brought out a sparkling performance of the stars because of the great work of ….
a.      QUT Academy of the Arts
b.      Director Rod Wissler
c.       Victor and Sibly
d.      Catherine Jones and Daniel Kealy
e.       Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence
4.            Who did act as couples for Victor and Sibly in the “Private Live”?
a.       Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence
b.      Phillip Cameron Smith and Julie Eckersley
c.       Catherine Jones and Daniel Kealy
d.      Jodie Lavesconte and James Maclean
e.       Rod Wissler and Noel Coward
5.            “All involved deserve the highest praise”. (the last paragraph)
          The closest word in meaning to the underlined word is ….
a.   Earn                                      c. honour                                 e.  bright
b.      Energetic                               d. charming


Kunci Jawaban :

1. E
2. E
3. A
4. C
5. C

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