Soal + Kunci Jawaban Bahasa Inggris PPG Daljab Tahun 2022

Soal dan Kunci Jawaban Bahasa Inggris Menghadapi Ujian Pretest Akademik PPG Daljab 2022. berikut beberapa Soal lengkap Kunci jawaban PPG Bahasa Inggris Tahun 2022

Soal dan Kunci Jawaban Bahasa Inggris Menghadapi Ujian Pretest Akademik PPG Daljab 2022. berikut beberapa Soal lengkap Kunci jawaban PPG Bahasa Inggris Tahun 2022

Soal PPG Bahasa Inggris PPG Daljab

1. The best option that best completes the dialog below is....
Person 1: Would you have time to listen to my story?
Person 2: ….
A. Your story is very interesting to listen to
B. I’d like to have your story, my friend
C. Sure, but please don’t beat about the bush✅
D. I don’t know how you have your story
E. Sure, but please have time to tell your story

2. The best arrangement of these sentences to make a logical paragraph is…
1. Other small training institutes also provide education to enhance the skill level in particular fi elds.
2. Education plays a paramount role in the modern technological world.
3. Education is not so costly anymore; anyone one with less money may study continuously.
4. Furthermore, the whole criteria of education have been changed now.
5. We can get admission in the big and popular universities with fewer fees through the distance learning.
6. We can study through the distance learning programmes after the 12th standard together with the job.
7. Now-a-days, there are many ways to enhance the education level.
A. 6 – 7 – 4 – 3 – 1 – 5 – 2
B. 2 – 6 – 7 – 4 – 3 – 5 – 1
C. 2 – 7 – 4 – 6 – 3 – 5 – 1✅
D. 1 – 6 – 4 – 7 – 2 – 3 – 5
E. 3 – 5 – 7 – 4 – 6 – 2 – 1

3. Based on his observation, Mr. Nababan found out that his class was bad in writing. He then planned to conduct classroom action research by implementing genre-based approach in teaching writing. He applied the strategy by following the steps in which of the following?

4. To develop a multiple choice test for grammar, as a teacher you have to….
A. conduct the tryout
B. make a blueprint✅
C. validate the test items
D. do a preliminary observation
E. construct the items

5. Which of the following statements is true about classroom action research?
A. Classroom action research can be undertaken collaboratively.
B. The cycle must be done more than one to assure the comprehensiveness of fi ndings.✅
C. The criteria of success can be set up when analyzing the data.
D. Classroom action research aims at exploring the eff ectiveness of a strategy in teaching.
E. The teacher does not need to follow all stages in classroom action research.

6. Which of the following is NOT true about the principles of the Direct Method?
A. Everyday vocabulary and sentences are taught.
B. Grammar is carefully taught deductively.✅
C. Speaking and listening are taught.
D. New teaching points are introduced orally.
E. Correct pronunciation and grammar are emphasized.

7. Which of the following is the most appropriate sentence containing a noun phrase construction?
A. Some people continue to work after retirement so the retiring number is increasing.✅
B. Lots of rubbish lies on the riverbed it is dangerous to wildlife.
C. These highly educated and well qualifi ed young people cannot fi nd well-paid work off ering medical insurance and other basic benefi ts.
D. An article is going to be published tomorrow where the article reveals a political scandal.
E. Ships transport goods around the world and these ships are responsible for a lot of greenhouse gas emissions.

8. The use of task-based language teaching is good to challenge students to answer which of the following questions?
A. When
B. How✅
C. What
D. Where
E. Why

 9. Read the passage below.
Power distance defi nes how social inequality is perceived and accepted in diff erent cultures. Hofstede (1997) explains how in high power distance cultures children are raised with a great emphasis on respecting elders, which is carried through to adulthood. Therefore organizations are more centralized, employees prefer a more autocratic leadership style where subordinates are expected to be told what to do and there are wide wage gaps in the hierarchical structure. On the other hand, in low power distance cultures inequality is not desired, _____ with regards to decision making and thus prefer a more resourceful and democratic leader.
The blank space in the passage can be best fi lled with the clause.…
A. employees need to selected
B. employees prefer to be consulted✅
C. employers are given authority
D. employers distribute power
E. leaders prefer to be respected

10. The best arrangement of the following jumbled sentences to make up a logical paragraph is....
(1) Light travels at a speed of 186,000 miles per second, and it still takes light more than four years to travel from Proxima Centauri to the Earth.
(2) A person traveling in a modern spacecraft would not arrive at Proxima Centauri within this lifetime or the next, or even ten lifetimes because the distance is so great.
(3) Interstellar distances are so large that they are almost impossible to imagine.
(4) Even though Proxima Centauri is the closest star to the Earth outside of our solar system, it is not really close.
A. (2) - (4) - (1) - (3)
B. (3) - (4) - (1) - (2)✅
C. (1) - (2) - (3) - (4)
D. (2) - (3) - (4) - (1)
E. (4) - (3) - (2) - (1)

11. Read the passage below.
For centuries, people have searched for a way to replace dead and decaying teeth with comfortable false teeth. Many materials have been used to make a set of false teeth. The teeth themselves should be made from a hard and durable material. They should be secured to a soft material, making them easy to wear. In the last two decades, dentists succeeded in making durable false teeth that are comfortable, too. Around 1844, an American dentist named Horace Wells used laughing gas to put people to sleep before working on their teeth. This innovation made dental work a lot less painful. Soon after, an inventor created the fi rst form of rubber. This was important to dentistry because teeth could be attached to the rubber, and the rubber could be to fi t the shape of the mouth. With these two developments, dentist could work without causing pain and could fi t teeth more carefully. False teeth have become more available and comfortable since then, and dentists have continued to improve the making and use of false teeth.
What is the main idea of the passage above?
A. Horace Wells was known as the inventor of false teeth.
B. Important dentistry become supported with the false teeth technology.
C. Successful dentists were pioneering in the making of false teeth.
D. False teeth were successfully innovated by dentists.✅
E. Gold and bones were materials used in false teeth in the old time.

12. Read the passage.
Two 12-year-old girls are standing outside a mini-mart. They are wearing matching tube tops and short skirts like Britney Spears clones. One holds a cigarette, like an adult, where everyone can see her. She looks around to make sure other girls are noticing her. When asked why she dresses the way she does, she says that she likes it. _____ it seems that the reason for her behavior is more complex. More specifi cally, it has more to do with her ambiguous role as a preteen in society. A young girl’s wanna-be look is caused by personal insecurity and peer pressure. The connector that best completes the blank space in the passage above is....
A. Therefore,
B. However,✅
C. Because
D. Meanwhile,
E. For example,

13. Read the text.
Jacob hated fi nishing things almost as much as he loved starting them. As a result, he had gotten into a million hobbies and activities, but he never stuck with any of them long enough to get any good. He begged his mother for months for a guitar so that he could play Black Eyed Peas songs to Angie, a girl he liked, but after he fi nally got one for Christmas, he found out that guitars do not play themselves. He took a few lessons, but strumming the strings hurt his fi ngers and he did not like holding the pick, so now the fi ve-hundred dollar guitar lives under his bed.
After reading an ad in the back of one of his comic books, Jacob decided that he wanted a Wonder Sweeper 5000 metal detector, so that he could fi nd buried pirate treasure. So he mowed lawns all summer and did not spend his money on ice-cream like his younger brother, Alex. He saved it all in a shoe box in his closet. Then he shoveled driveways all winter, and he did not spend his money on candy and chips like his classmates. By the time spring came, he had saved $200, and he purchased the Wonder-Sweeper 5000 metal detector. He beeped it around the park for a while, be he soon found out that no pirates had ever set sail in his neighborhood, and if they had they did not leave any treasure. Even though he found a key ring, forty-seven cents, and all the bottle caps he could throw, he buried the metal detector in his closest.
It is concluded from the passage that Jacob ….
A. collected many expensive items
B. liked to do useless activities
C. was a lazy and impatient person✅
D. made his mother disappointed
E. could easily aff ord what he wanted

14. Mr. Dika is aware that his students consistently make grammatical errors in his grammar class. He then designs to conduct classroom action research by applying which of the following strategies?
A. Communicative language teaching.
B. Inductive method.✅
C. Contrastive analysis.
D. Mind-mapping.
E. Error analysis.

15. Utilizing strategies to motivate students’ learning is among key factors in making students successful in learning English because it may.…
A. help students set their own achievable learning objectives
B. make the students enthusiastic about the teacher in learning
C. create a pleasant, relaxed and enjoyable learning environment✅
D. make students active participants in completing language tasks
E. use achievable and relevant learning materials helpful for students

16. Read the passage below.
When we were children, Hassan and I used to climb the poplar trees in the driveway of the father’s house and annoy the neighbors by refl ecting sunlight into their homes with a shard of mirror. We would sit across from each other _____, our naked feet dangling, our trouser pockets fi lled with dried mulberries and walnuts. We took turns with the mirror as we ate mulberries, pelted each other with them, giggling, laughing. I can still see Hassan up on that tree, sunlight fl ickering through the leaves on his almost perfectly round face, a face like a Chinese doll chiseled from hardwood: his fl at, broad nose and slanting, narrow eyes like bamboo leaves, eyes that looked, depending on the light, gold, green, even sapphire. I can still see his tiny low-set ears and that pointed stub of a chin, a meaty appendage that looked like it was added as a mere afterthought. And the cleft lip, just off mid-line, where the Chinese doll maker’s instrument may have slipped, or _____ . Which option best completes the second blank space in the passage?
A. perhaps he had simply grown tired and carelessly
B. perhaps he had simply gone tired and become careless✅
C. perhaps he had simply grown tiredly and carelessly
D. perhaps he had simply become tiring and careless
E. perhaps he had simply grown tired and careless