Jawaban Formatif M5 LA2 Profesional - Duscussion Text - Prediksi Ujian Terbaru

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Jawaban Formatif M5 LA2 Profesional - Duscussion Text

Jawaban Formatif M5 LA2 Profesional - Duscussion Text

Answer Questions 1-3 based on information in Reading Text 1. Choose the best answer, A, B, C, or D, and mark your answer sheet.

Text 1: Should Adverts for Junk Food be Allowed on TV?

Question 1 (1 point)
1. In the first sentence of the essay, the writer....
A. gives opinions about the problems with junk food shown on TV advertisements
B. contrasts opinions on junk food and its advertising on TV
C. introduces junk food as the topic and gives the writer's opinion on it
D. gives a general introduction to junk food as appearing in TV advertisements

Question 2 (1 point)
2. In paragraph 2, the writer provides....
A. arguments in detail on the problem with junk foods
B. additional explanations on the danger of junk foods
C. a different point of view about junk foods
D. descriptions on the positive and negative sides of junk foods

Question 3 (1 point)
3. With paragraph 4, the writer does which of the following?
A. Repeating all points of the opinions expressed in paragraphs 2 and 3
B. Paraphrasing the main points of arguments used in the text
C. Concluding the writer's view regarding advertising junk foods on TV
D. Summarizing the writer's arguments presented earlier


Answer Questions 4-10 based on information in Reading Text 2. Choose the correct answer, A, B, C, or D, and mark your answer sheet.

Text 2: To Lease or Not to Lease

Question 4 (1 point)
4. Based on the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. Leasing a car gives more financial security than buying one.
B. Most cars leased allow for unlimited mileage.
C. Most Americans lease rather than buy cars.
D. People believe leasing will cost them less money.

Question 5 (1 point)
5. Based on the passage above, which of the following is TRUE about leasing a car?
A. Leasing incurs zero repair cost and maintenance.
B. Leasing offers less problems on car maintenance and repairs.
C. Leasing makes you responsible for monthly payments.
D. Leasing a car is more secure economically than buying one.

Question 6 (1 point)
6. Which of the following sentences best summarizes the main idea of this passage?
A. People are often shocked at how much money they end up paying when a car lease is over.
B. Leasing a car in practice can be as expensive as buying one.
C. Leasing allows people to drive more expensive cars than they might otherwise be able to afford.
D. The benefits of buying a car outweigh those of leasing a car.

Question 7 (1 point)
7. The writer of the text above makes his/her point by which organization of ideas?
A. Comparing and contrasting the problems when leasing and buying a car
B. Making an argument using a chronological order
C. Arguing for the benefits of buying from the most to least important
D. Showing in details the disadvantages that may come up when leasing a car

Question 8 (1 point)
8. Which of the following is primarily used by the writer to base his/her arguments in the text?
A. Public opinions that have been reported to him/her
B. Ideas the writer gets from analyses on empirical studies
C. Opinions derived from the writer's personal observations
D. Facts, figures, and rationale that logically support them

Question 9 (1 point)
9. Why did the author choose the second-person point of view for this passage?
A. It makes readers imagine themselves in the situation.
B. It requires readers not only to visualize but also to attend to the situation.
C. It puts readers into the action of the writing.
D. It makes readers pay more attention to the case discussed.

Question 10 (1 point)
10. What does the writer's purpose in writing "...most people want to lease because they can then drive a more upmarket car..." in paragraph B?
A. To demonstrate general ideas requiring evidence before they can be confirmed
B. To make a generalization that obviously needs no empirical support
C. To show views that the public commonly holds on personal opinions
D. To speculate a conclusion based on obvious evidence provided
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