Audio Transcript Listening UN SMA 2014

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Free English Course – This is the audio transcript listening UN SMA 2014. This script is best to complete your source of for exercising your English listening test. Of course you need the test book (soal) and audio MP3 file for National Exam 2014.
The test of listening English is typically divided into 4 parts. The parts are short conversation, question response, picture or photograph, and short monologue. The test will be given before you hold the reading section test.

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The transcript listening UN SMA 2014 completing the test book and the audio MP3 test

Listening Section
In this section of the test, you will have the chance to show how well you understand spoken English. There are four parts to this section with special directions for each part.

PART I: Questions 1 to 4.
Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues and questions spoken in English. The dialogues and the questions will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your test book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers  are  saying.  After you listen to the  dialogue  and  the question about it, read the five possible answers, and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard. Now listen to a sample question.

You will hear
Man   : How can I help you, Mum?
Woman   : Please buy a kilo of rice, two kilos of sugar, a half kilo of eggs and a pack of tea.
Man   : Do you need some chicken nuggets?
Woman   : No, we still have some in the refrigerator.
Narrator : What shouldn’t the man buy?
A.  Eggs.
B.  Tea.
C.  Rice.
D.  Sugar.
E.  Nuggets.
Narrator : The best answer to the question “What shouldn’t the man buy?” is nuggets. Therefore you should answer (E).

Number 1
Man    : Hot today, isn’t?
Woman  : Yes, it is. I wish that it would rain and cool off.
Man   : Me too. This is unusual for March. I don’t remember it ever being so hot and dry in
March before.
Narrator  : According to the conversation, what kind of weather is usual for March?
A.  Warm.
B.  Drier.
C.  Hotter.
D.  Cooler.
E.  Very hot.

Number 2
Man   : An oil and gas company is carrying out a science competition to support its effort to
provide means of educating the nation’s youth.
Woman  : Are all students allowed to take part in the competition?
Man    : Oh yes. College students from all the country’s provinces.
Narrator  : What is the topic of the dialog?
A.  A sport competition.
B.  Nation’s youth education.
C.  The country’s college students.
D.  Oil and gas company’s science competition.
E.  Means of educating the nation’s youth.

Number 3
Man    : I don’t know what to order. I could drink everything on the menu.
Woman  : Why don’t you try guava juice, orange juice or ice tea?
Man    : Guava juice sounds good. I’ll take it.
Woman  : I think I’ll have a big glass of cola float.
Narrator  : What would the woman do?
A.  Take a guava juice.
B.  Order an orange juice.
C.  Try an ice tea.
D.  Order a cola float.
E.  Drink mineral bottled water.

Number 4
Man    : Who wrote that exciting spy adventure novel, Topez ?
Woman  : That was Lion Yuris.
Man    : Didn’t he also write the famous stories about bullfighting in Tempelona, Spain.
Woman  : No, that was Ernest Hamingway.
Narrator  : What did Lion Yuris do?
A.  He was spy.
B.  He was a bullfighter.
C.  He wrote famous stories.
D.  He wrote about bullfighting.
E.  He wrote an adventure novel.

PART II Questions 5 to 7.
Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear some incomplete dialogues spoken in English, followed by four responses, also spoken inn English. The dialogues and the responses will be spoken twice.  They  will not  be  printed  in  your  test  book,  so  you must  listen  carefully  to  understand  what  the  speakers  are saying. You have to choose the best response to each question. Now listen to a sample question.

Woman  :   Do you have any plans for next weekend?
Man  :   I am thinking of going mountain climbing.
Woman  :   That’s interesting. Can I go with you?
Man  :   Sure. Do you have any suggestions for activities there?
Woman  :   …
Narrator  :   What does the woman probably respond?
A.  Sorry, but I don’t know much about that.
B.  Yes, we could have a barbeque there.
C.  Yes, I think that mountain is too high.
D.  Yes, I really love mountain climbing.
Narrator  :  The  best  answer  to  the  question  “What  does  the  woman  probably respond?” is “Yes, we
could have a barbeque there.” Therefore you should choose answer (B).

Number 5
Woman  : Whose car is it in front of my house?
Man   : It is yours, Madam. Congratulations. An air company had decided that you won the
painting competition which was held last month.
Woman  : …..
Narrator  : What would the woman reply?
A.  You had better not do that.
B.  The painting competition was really tough.
C.  Are you sure? I can’t believe it.
D.  The car is very unique.

Number 6
Man  : Hi Anita. We finish the national exam today. We can refresh our mind. How do you
feel?
Woman  : ….
Narrator  : What does the girl probably response?
A.  I’m very doubtful.
B.  I’m very stress
C.  I’m very obsess
D.  I’m very relieve.

Number 7
Man    : I’m so sorry you didn’t pass the audition for the new movie.
Woman  : Yeah,  but  the  director  of  the  movie  thought are not suitable with the character of
being called lady.
Man    : …..
Narrator  : What would the man reply to express encouragement?
A.  It’s alright. The movie is too expensive.
B.  Are you ok? You must hike the movie.
C.  Don’t worry you still have many other opportunities.
D.  Is the movie the same thing for the next movie.

PART III Questions: 8 to 11.
Directions:
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues or monologues spoken in English. The dialogues or  monologues  will  be  spoken  twice.  They  will  not  be  printed in  your  test  book,  so  you  must  listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying. After you listen to the dialogue or monolog ue, look at the five pictures provided in your test book, and decide which would be the most suitable one for the dialogue or monologue you have heard.

Number 8
Woman  : What is your favorite music, Ben?
Man    : Western music but I like popular and classical music.
Woman  : Can you play the guitar?
Man    : A little bit. I also like to play violin, piano, percussion and kulintang.
Woman  : Oh really, that’s amazing then. Which instrument are you most interested in?
Man    : The piano. It is more flexible.
Woman  : That’s marvelous.
Narrator  : Which picture match with the boy’s favorite interest?

Number 9
Woman  : I think I’ve gain weight. I have action a lot recently.
Man    : Why don’t you check your weight? I put a scale next to the bathroom.
Narrator  : Which picture suits the conversation?

Number 10
Termites are a group of eurosocial insect. They come in line, especially in Australia as a wide pack. They devide leveng among packs producing overlaping in generation and collectively taking care of the young. They live in colonies. People consider termites as pest that can cause serious structural damage to building corp of forest plantation.
Narrator  : Which picture suits the monolog?

Number 11
A car is a means of transportation. Almost everybody goes to work by car. Therefore, a car is very crucial. It needs to be serviced by the owner regularly. Beside servicing the engine, the owne should pay attention to all the tyres. Inside the car there should be important tools such as scissor, lead, pick, jack for wheel alarmed. It is very important to change the tyre when it is flat. A car doesn’t need to have a nail to change a generator, a tyre compressor, a tyre changer and did all tyre lifter, but the owner should check all tyres regularly before driving.
Narrator  : Which picture is the most suitable with the story?

PART IV Questions 12 to 15.
Directions:
In  this  part  of  the  test,  you  will  hear  several  monologues.  Each  monologue  will  be  spoken  twice. They  will  not  be  printed  in  your  test  book,  so  you  must  listen  carefully  to  understand  what  the
speakers are saying. After you hear the monologue and the question about it, read the five possible answers and decide which one would be the best answer to the question you have heard.

Questions 12 and 13 are based on the following monologue.
Angkor Wat was faced a Hindu temple, a man of Budhist temple completed in Cambodia. It is the largest religious monument in the world. The temple was built by the Khmer King, Suryawarman II in the early twelveth century in Yosadapura, the capital of the Khmer Empire as this temple of eventual moslem. It is dedicated to Wisnu. It is designed to represent Khmer Meru, frame of the Devis in Hindu mithology within the mouth and has an outer wall which is 3 to 7 km long. It has three rectangular galleries which races about the neck. At the centre of the temple stand Queen Cap of Tower.

Number 12, what is the monolog about?
A.  Gallery complex.
B.  Buddhist mythology.
C.  Cambodia.
D.  Khmer Empire.
E.  Angkor Wat.

Number 13, in the twelveth century which Empire was strong enough to build the biggest temple of the world?
A.  Old Empire.
B.  Yosadapura Empire.
C.  Meru Empire.
D.  The King Empire.
E.  Khmer Empire.

Questions 14 and 15 are based on the following monologue.
Once upon a time, a mouse who always slept on the land had found an unlucky chance for the intimate  accountance  with a frog who lived for the mouse herd in the water. One day, the frog was  intent  on  making  mischief.  He  tight  the  foot  of  the  mouse  tightly  to  his  arm.  Once  joined together, the frog lady’s friend, the male went to the meadow where usually searched for food.
He  gradually  led  the  mouse for  the  pond  in  which  he  lived  and  when  reaching  the  bank  of  the water, he suddenly jumped in, dragging the mouse in with him.The frog really enjoyed the water and swam croaking about, ignoring the dead mouse body floating about on the surface.
A  hawk  observed  the  floating  mouse from  the  sky  and  flied  down  and  grabbed  with  his  talon carrying back to his nest. The frog still being fasten to the leg of the mouse was also carried over as prisoner and was eaten by the hawk.

Number 14, who lived in the pond?
A.  The poor mouse.
B.  The prisoners.
C.  The frog.
D.  The mouse.
E.  The hawk.

Number 15, how did the hawk caught the mouse?
A.  By using his beak.
B.  By using his talons.
C.  By shouting loudly.
D.  By flying in the sky.
E.  By observing a mouse.
This is the end of listening section

As I stated above this transcript listening UN SMA 2014 must be completed with the test book (soal ujian) and and also the audio MP3 file audio cassette. If you don’t have them, you can see my previous post below.

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