[Paket B] Soal Online PPG Bahasa Inggris Profesional

Tujuan dari adanya latihan Soal Pretest PPG Bahasa Inggris Profesional ini tidak lain adalah sebagai pengayaan soal latihan. Apalagi, kurangnya referensi, akan membuat kawan-kawan kesuliatan mendapatkan akses soal online ini.

Soal Online PPG Bahasa Inggris Profesional

Selengkapnya, silakan kerjakan soal Pretes / UP PPG tersebut dibawah ini.

Latihan Soal Pretes PPG Bahasa Inggris Profesional

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  • Jumlah poin untuk lanjut ke sesi berikut adalah 7 poin.
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1. Sticky Teriyaki Chicken Wings These moreish chicken wings make fabulous party food with a sweet-salty glaze that appeals to most people. Make sure to pass round plenty of serviettes to clean sticky fingers. Alternatively, serve with rice and vegetables for a main meal. Ingredients 4 tablespoon soy sauce 2 tablespoon honey 2 tablespoon dry sherry 2 teaspoon finely grated fresh ginger 1 clove garlic crushed 12 chicken wings 1 tablespoon sesame seeds toasted 2 spring onions thinly sliced on the diagonal
Preparation :
  • 1) Combine the soy sauce, honey, sherry, ginger and garlic in a bowl.
  • 2) Place the chicken wings into a large non-metallic dish.
  • 3) Drizzle the marinade over the chicken and turn to coat evenly.
  • 4) Cover and refrigerate for 2 hours. Preheat a kettle or covered barbecue to 180°C, with the hood closed.
  • 5) Line a large baking tray with baking paper, and lay out the wings in a single layer.
  • 6) Place the baking tray on the hotplate or grill rack over indirect heat and close the hood.
  • 7) Cook for 35 minutes, or until the wings are golden brown. Set the chicken wings aside just until cool enough to handle (to eat with your fingers).
  • 8) Serve them with sesame seeds and spring onions.
The following are kitchenware used for preparing teriyaki chicken wings EXCEPT ….
 A. non-metallic dish
 B. a covered barbecue
 C. sesame seeds
 D. hotplate
 E. refrigerator

2. According to the text, the chicken wings are ready to serve ....

 A. When they look golden brown
 B. When they cool enough to handle
 C. After being baked for a half hour
 D. After being sprinkled with sesame seeds
 E. After combining with soy sauce, honey, sherry, ginger and garlic

3. It can be inferred from the text that “marinade” is ….

 A. Solid
 B. Liquid
 C. Sticky
 D. Hot
 E. Spicy

4. Homemade herbal cleaning products are mostly composed of just one main substance – the cleaning agent; you are not paying for bulking additives, artificial colors or perfumes. You can choose the type and strength of the scent; fresh herbs or essential oils almost invariably leave a delightfully fresh, clean smell. There is also evidence that links the use of chemical cleaners such as bleach with the development of asthma in both children and adults. Some chemicals can set off allergic reactions or contact dermatitis. And U.S. study discovered that women who held cleaning jobs while pregnant had a higher incidence of birth defects in their children.
So, whether you are already committed to a greener way of cleaning or you just want to save money and simplify your life a little, herbal cleaning makes a lot of sense. It is stated in the text that herbs or essential oils….
 A. tend to leave a delightful smell
 B. ertainly provide a clean smell
 C. basically set off allergic reactions
 D. have lower incident of birth defects
 E. offer a greener way of cleaning

5. The word ―bleach‖ in the passage means….

  A. an allergic reaction against awful smell
 B. a strong chemical used for cleaning things
 C. a herbal product for removing color from things
 D. a substance for rubbing the surface of something
 E. an abrasive substance often for cleaning surfaces

6. The text suggests that herbal cleaning….

 A. is environmental friendly, economical, and simple
 B. contains the least additives for the environment
 C. provides the best scent that we want
 D. prevents the development of asthma
 E. is composed of merely one main substance

7. Chart 1 British Emigration to selected destinations 2004 – 2007. The chart shows that the favorite destination of British emigration was….

 A. Australia
 B. America
 C. France
 D. Spain
 E. USA

8. During the period of 2004-2007, British emigration to New Zealand….

 A. changed very slowly
 B. turned down steeply
 C. went down steadily
 D. declined gradually
 E. slow down readily

9. It can be inferred from the chart that the British emigration to any destination was….

 A. relatively stable
 B. sloping up steeply
 C. tumbling down continuously
 D. sloping down slowly
 E. sloping up and down

10.
Sir Arthur John Evans (1851-1941) was born in Nash Mills, England, and educated at Harrow School, Brasenose College, the University of Oxford, and the University of Göttingen. From 1884 to 1908 he was curator of the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford. His interest in early writing led him to Crete in 1894, where he studied inscriptions on ancient sealstones. A year later he published the results in Cretan Pictographs and Prae-Phoenician Script. During the period 1900-1906 he unearthed in Crete the palace at Knossos (Knosós), a huge edifice that covers more than 2 hectares (5 acres), and he continued excavations there until 1935. The labyrinthine ground plan of the palace suggested to him the legend of Minos, hence his designation of the Cretan civilization as Minoan. Excavations at Knossos also revealed some 3000 clay tablets inscribed in two scripts later known as Linear A and Linear B. In Scripta Minoa (1952) Evans dealt with the problem of decipherment of these scripts and the pictorial.
  The text tells us about ….
 A. he life story of a person named Arthur John Evans
 B. a curator of the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford
 C. Sir Arthur John Evans interest in early writing
 D. Evans‘ publication of Cretan Pictographs and Prae-Phoenician Script
 E. Evans‘ study on inscriptions on ancient sealstones


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