TRIK JITU MENGERJAKAN SOAL TOEFL(WRITTEN EXPRESSION) DAN JAWABANNYA
1.A large amount of flammable substances,such as starch,gum,sugar,shellac,and various
petroleum derivatives,are frequently used in the mixture of fireworks in place of charcoal
2.In 1980 the Floralies,the flower festival,was hold in North America for the first time,in
a(was held) b c
Montreal,Canada,under the auspices of the International Association of Horticultural
3.New Orleans,which was founded in 1718,is one one of North America’s most distinctive
and cultural diverse cities.
4.Some of the gas in the chromosphere of the sun form streams called spicules that
a bforms c
measure as much as 800 kilometers thick and shoot up as high as 16,000 kilometers.
5.When Napoleon arrived in Paris after winning the war at Abu Qir Paris,the French
people that they had lost confidence in the government cheered the young hero.
c(they dihapus) d
6.The seeds of an oat plant is processed and used in such foods as
a b(are) c
oatmeal,oatcakes,biscuits,and ready-to-eat breakfast cereals.
7.California has more people,automobiles,civil aircraft,and students enrolled in universities
a b c(enrolling)
and collegees than any other states.
8.After finished fifth at the 1976 world speed-skating championships,Eric Heiden became
the first American to win the world titlle in 1977 and won the title again in 1978 and 1979.
9.The Nebula hypothesis is a theory about the origin of the solar system formulated
a b c
by Laplace,a French astronomer,in late 1700’s.
d(in the late 1700’s)
10.Edith Nesbit’s novels and poems never gained as much recognition as their stories
a b c d
for children. (her)
11.A phosphor is a solid material that emits visible light when activited by external
energy source such as electron beams,heavy charged particles,or ultraviolet light.
c(energy sources) d
12.The first settlers in New South Wales found not only that the poor,sandy soil around
the settlement would not produce crops easily but also not have enough farming tools
c d(but also they did not have)
13.Cold-pressing only generates little heat,and so by using this technique olive oil retains
its flavor,color and nutrition value.
14.The photosynthetic process result in the spitting of the water molecule unless one of its
a b c
(unless) component atoms,oxigen,is released as molecular oxygen that serves to replenish the
atymospheric oxigen supply.
15.Squirrels,furry-tailed animals with large,black eyes and rounded ears,spend most of
their time foraging for food,either in the trees or the around.
c d(on the ground)
16.During the American Revolution(1775-83)the Abnaki,a group of native American
tribes,fighting with the British,while others made war with the Americans.
17.Some oaks grew in very dry habitats under near-desert conditions,while still others may
be dominant trees in swamps in very humid climates.
18.According to Greek Mythology,Narcissus is so handsome that he loved himself more
a b(was) c
than he loved others until finally he fell in love with his own image.
19.because ma volcanoes were situated on the Pacific plates which meet the continental plates
of North and South America as well as South Asia and Oceania’s the region is called the
ring of fire.
20.In 1999,exports and economic activities in Chile begin to recover,and growth
a b c (began) d
rebounded to 4.2% in 2000.
21.To escape imprisonment by King Minos of Crete,Icarus used the wings of wax and
feathers his father invents to fly to freedom,but he flew too close to the sun,leading to disaster. b(invented) c d
22.A Spanish bishop named Tomas de Berlanga discovered Galapagos Islands in 1535 when
a b c
no one lives there at the time.
23Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama,made three sea voyages to India between 1497
and 1524,thus opens a sea route from Western Europe to the East.
24.The fluid produced by some types of octopus is so strong that it paralyzed the sensory
a b c(paralyzes)
organs of the attacker.
25.Since the water supply is not constant,some oases existed only temporarily as dry
a b(exist) c
streambeds called wadis.
26.The Wampanoag build vilages of wigeams,which were dome-shaped houses mode from
a(built) b c
a pole covered with bark.
27.People sometimes plant walnut trees in gardens and parks for the shade they provided.
a b c d
28.The United Arab Emirates was a political federation of seven small kingdoms,one of
which is the Kingdom of Abu Dhabi which accounts for about 90% of the area.
b c d
29.During Namibia got its independence,it has earned respect for its stable government
a (when) b c
and its effort to protect its unique wildlife and environment.
30.Aside from New Zealand and Hawaii,all areas of the Oceania are under foreign control
a(unlike) b c d
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