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Category: SIMULASI TO BHS.INGGRIS SEKDIN-2 JANUARI 2023
For questions 1-5
Suradji, better known as Datuk, was a cattle breeder and dukun (shaman). He had many female customers requesting rituals to make them rich or beautiful, or to prevent their boyfriends or husbands from cheating. Datuk claims his father’s ghost appeared to him in a dream in 1986 and instructed him to drink the saliva of 70 dead young women to increase his supernatural powers. Datuk then took female clients to a sugar cane plantation near his house and buried them up to the waist, claiming it was part of a ritual. He strangled them and drank their saliva. They were then buried deeper, with their heads pointing toward his house. His 42 victims ranged in age from 11 to 30. Datuk was arrested in April 1997, along with one of his wives, Tumini, who was deemed an accomplice. She received life imprisonment. Datuk was sentenced to death in 1998 and executed in 2008.
What is the most suitable topic for the passage above?
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The word “Prevent” at the 3rd Line has the closest meaning with……
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The word them on the seven line refers to…..
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The topic following the passage probably will be….
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What can we learn from the passage?
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For questions 6-15
We believe the Earth is about 4.6 billion years old. At percent we are forced to look to other bodies in the solar system for hints as to what the early history of the Earth was like. Studies of our moon, Mercury, Mars, and the large satelites of Jupiter and Saturn have provided ample evidence that all these large celestial bodies had formed. This same bombardment must have affected Earth as well. The lunar record indicates that the rate of impacts decreased to its present low level about 4 billion years ago. On Earth, subsequent erosion and crustal motions have obliterated the craters that must have formed during this epoch.
Scientists estimate the Earth’s age by measuring the ratios of various radioactive elements in rocks. The oldest Earth’s rocks tested thus far are about 3 1/3 billion years old. But no one knows whether these are oldest rocks on Earth. Tests on rocks form the moon and on meteorites show that these are about 4.6 billion years old. Scientists believe that this is the true age of the solar system and probably the true age of the Earth.
In line 7, the word “obliterated” means
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According to this passage, how do scientists estimate the age of the Earth?
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Scientists estimate the age of the Earth as …
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Which of the following processes led to the obliteration of the craters formed by the bombardment of the Earth by the celestial bodies?
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According to the passage, why are scientists forced to look at other bodies in the solar system to determine the early history of the Earth?
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What is the BEST title for this passage?
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Which of the following bodies was NOT studied to give evidence that the Earth was bombarded in its early history?
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Bombardment of the Earth at one time by various sized bodies is
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The level of impacts of the bombardments of Earth have
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In line 6, the word “bombardment” means
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For questions 16-25
Vegetables are an excellent source ________ vitamins.
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Microscopes make small things appear larger than ________.
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The city of Montreal ________ on an island in the Saint Lawrence River.
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A singer's struggle to succeed in popular music is the kind of story ________ a fascinating film could be made.
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_____ the demands of aerospace, medicine, and agriculture, aengineers, are creating exotic new metallic substances.
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_______ James A. Bland, “Carry Me Back to Old Virginny” was adopted is the state song of Virginia in 1940.
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Mary Garden, ______ the early 1900’s was considered one of the best singing actresses of her time.
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In the realm of psychological theory Margaret F. Washburn was a dualist _____ that motor phenomena have an essential role in psychology.
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______ is taking a break in the restroom.
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The musical instrument from Japan _________ is six feet long.
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For questions 26-30
On Ellesmere Island in the Arctic one fossil forest consist of a nearly hundred
large stumps scattered on an exposed coal bed.
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The surface conditions on the planet Mars are the more like the Earth’s than are
A B C
those of any other planet in the solar system.
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The midnight sun is a phenomenon in which the Sun visible remains in the sky
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for twenty-four hours or longer.
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The Humber River and its valley form a major salmon-fishing, lumbering, hunting,
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and farmer region in western Newfoundland, Canada.
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The cow over there is the most large one that I have ever seen.
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