Sabtu, 16 Maret 2013

Try Out UN Bahasa Inggris IPS SMA/MA Paket 1 Tahun 2013

Mata Pelajaran          : BAHASA INGGRIS
Jenjang                       : SMA/MA
Program Studi           : IPA
Hari/Tanggal               :  
Jam                              :  
                                                              PETUNJUK UMUM
Try Out UN Bhs. Inggris IPS 2013
1.      Isikan identitas Anda ke dalam lembar Jawaban Ujian Nasional (LJUN) yang terssedia dengan menggunakan pensil 2B sesuai petunjuk di LJUN.
2.      Hitamkan bulatan di depan nama mata ujian pada LJUN
3.      Tersedia waktu 120 menit untuk mengerjakan paket tes tersebut.
4.      Jumlah soal sebanyak 50 butir, pada setiap butir terdapat 5 (lima) pilihan jawaban
5.      Periksa dan bacalah soal-soal sebelum Anda menjawabnya.
6.      Laporkan kepada pengawas ujian apabila terdapat lembar soal yang kurang jelas, rusak, atau tidak lengkap.
7.      Tidak diizinkan menggunakan kalkulator, HP, table matematika atau alat bantu hitung lainnya.
8.      Periksalah pekerjaan Anda sebelum diserahkan kepada pengawas ujian.
9.      Lembar soal boleh dicorat-coret untuk mengerjakan hitungan.
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.
Question 1 to 3.
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues and questions spoken in English. The the dialogues and 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:
Boy     : Do you use the internet very often?
Girl      : Yes, I do. I use it for communication.
Boy     : How do you communicate with it?
Girl      : I send and receive emails, and I speak with my friends using voice mail.
Narrator: What is the main topic of the conversation?
You will read in your test book:                                                                                           
A.  How to use email.
B.  Receiving emails.
C.  Communication.
D.  Internet usage.
E.   Voice mail.
The best answer to this question is “Internet usage”. Therefore you should choose answer (D)
A.      Parking area.
B.       Looking for parking.
C.       Parking the car in the lot.
D.      Walking across the street.
E.       Taking the car to the mechanic.
A.    To copy it.
B.     To recheck it.
C.     To throw it away.
D.    To show it to Mrs. Hiroko.
E.     To submit it to the director.
A.    Meat.
B.     Butter.
C.     Lettuce.
D.    Tomato.
E.     Mustard.
Questions: 4 to 8.
In this part of the test, you will hear some incomplete dialogues spoken in English, followed by five responses, also spoken in English. The dialogues and the responses will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your text 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.
You will hear:
Man              : Where are we going to stay?
Woman            : At the Sun Hotel, near the beach.
Man              : Why there?
Woman            : ….
Narrator: What will the woman most likely reply?
You will also hear:                                                                                                                 
  • A.    Staying there. 
  • B.     It’s on the beach. 
  • C.     Living in the hotel. 
  • D.    There’s a hotel there. 
  • E.     It provides excellent service.
The best answer to the question is choice E “It provides excellent service.” Therefore, you should choose answer E.
4.      Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
5.      Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
6.      Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
7.      Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
8.      Mark your answer on your answer sheet.
Question: 9 to 11.
In this part of the test, you will hear some dialogues and a monologue spoken in English. The dialogues and monologues will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your text book, so you must listen carefully to understand what the speakers are saying. After you listen to a dialogue or monologue, look at the five pictures provided in your test book, and decide which one would be most suitable with the dialogue or monologue you have heard.
A.    1
B.     2
C.     3
D.    4
E.     5
A.    1
B.     2
C.     3
D.    4
E.     5
A.    1
B.     2
C.     3
D.    4
E.     5
Question 12 to 15.
In this part of the test, you will hear several monologues. Each monologue will be spoken twice. They will not be printed in your text 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.
  • A.    Tropical regions.
  • B.    Sunshine.                       
  • C.    Bananas.
  • D.    Rain. 
  • E.     Fruit.
  1. In the world.
  2. In the regions.
  3. In the high trees.
  4. In the small root.
  5. In tropical regions.
A.    How to get the gift.
B.    How to make a doll.
C.    How to make gift-wrap paper.
D.    What boxless candies or chocolate is.
E.     How to wrap a doll or some boxless candies.
  • A.    Dipping the bottom. 
  • B.    Stampping the crepe paper. 
  • C.    Spreading some crepe papers. 
  • D.    Cutting a piece of crepe paper. 
  • E.     Waiting until the bleach is dry.
This is the end of the listening section
Reading Section
The following text is for questions 16 and 17.
To: All teachers
From: Wilma Harris, Principal.
Re: Attendance forms
It has come to my attention that many of you have been turning in your attendance forms late. Please remember that the deadline for submitting attendance forms is 3.30 P.M. on the last school day of every month. Also, you call the parents of every child who is absent three or more times without an excuse.
Thank you.
16.  Why did Wilma Harris write this message?
      A. Teachers have been submitting their attendance forms late.
      B. Too many students have been absent from school.
      C. Students have been paying attention in class.
      D. Teachers have been arriving at school late.
      E. Attendance forms are empty.
17.  You must the parents of every child who is absent three or more times without an excuse.
      The synonym of the underlined word is ….
A.    opinion
B.     regret
C.     ignore
D.    reason
E.     propose
The following text is for questions 18 to 19.

Dear Nancy,
How are you? We have separated for almost two years and we have never met each other since then. You know, I am busy with my work in Jakarta and you are in Yogyakarta. Oh, I really miss you.
Nancy, I want to tell you about my holidays. Last week I visited Bandung, a place where we spent our childhood. I stayed there for a week. Arriving there, past memories came into my mind. I remembered our togetherness. I contacted our old friends at Senior High School and we met in our favorite park. It was such a small but nice reunion party, you know. I really wished that you could join us. Did you know that Shanty lives in Bali now?
I think that’s what I want to share with you. Always keep in touch, okay?

18.  The letter is about....
  • A.    Maria’s holidays 
  • B.     Maria’s old friends 
  • C.     Maria’s job in Jakarta 
  • D.    Maria’s reunion party 
  • E.     Maria’s past memories
19.  Maria writes the letter to....
  • A.    tell Nancy about her childhood 
  • B.     give information about her arrival 
  • C.     invite Nancy to join her to go with her 
  • D.    tell Nancy about her activities in her last vacancy 
  • E.     ask for information about when she and Nancy can meet
The following text is for questions 20 and 21

Hess (Indonesia-Pangkah) Limited, a Production Sharing Contractor of BPMIGAS, invites Service Providers to participate for the following tender:
Local Content
Provision of Housing Maintenance: for 2011-2013 Period
Registration:  should you wish to participate, you may collect the Pre-qualification Form at the schedule given bellow:
Date    : February 6-9, 2012
Time    : 9 a.m. – 3.30 p.m.
Place    : Hess (Indonesia-Pangkah) Limited. The energy of 11th floor, SCBD LOT 11A
              Jl. M.T. Haryono Kavc.52-53, Jakarta 12190
Jakarta, 6 February 2012
Hess (Indonesia-Pangkah) Limited
Bid Committee
20.  The above announcement is an offer to ….
  • A.    BPMIGAS 
  • B.     Hess Limited 
  • C.     Bid Committee 
  • D.    Service Provider 
  • E.     Provision of housing
21.  “Registration: …, you may collect the …”
      The underlined word is synonymous with …
  • A.    put 
  • B.     get 
  • C.     raise 
  • D.    spring 
  • E.     distribute
The following text is for questions 22 and 23
The Philippines’ Best
You Simply Don’t Want to Leave
By Michael D Marasigan
They may be separated by political differences but the 7,107 islands of the Philippines are united by hospitality of its people. Getting in could be very easy but once you’re in the Philippines, getting out is more diffficult. You simply don’t want to leave.
It may be hard to believe but it’s true, especially if you’ve found your paradise in one of its islands. This is exactly why the Philippines, a nation of more than 80 million people, is a mixture of so many cultures – Asian, European, American, and many more.
22.  There are ... islands of the Philippines.
  • A.    seven hundred and seven 
  • B.     seven hundred and seventeen 
  • C.     seven thousand one hundred and seven 
  • D.    seven thousand one hundred and seventy 
  • E.     seven thousand one hundred and seventeen
23.  This ads shows us that ....
  • A.    the Philippines people are unfriendly 
  • B.     the Philippines consists of 7,707 islands 
  • C.     it’s difficult to leave the Philippines once you get in 
  • D.    there are less than 80 million people in the Philippines 
  • E.     the Philippines country is a mixture of Asia and European
The following text is for questions 24 to 26.
After we finished the semester examination, the students of our school had a trip to Parang Tritis beach. The students consisted of 20 males and 20 females. All of them were from Solo.
       The trip was held on Sunday, December 13, 2009. We started from Solo at 08.00 o’clock by bus. Parang Tritis is a beach located in Bantul regency, about 45 kilometres from Jogja. It is about two hours to go there.
       It was indeed a pleasant trip. We were smiling, laughing and making jokes. The scenery along the road was very beautiful. Very large rice fields were spread on both sides of the road. Here and there we could see beautiful and green mountains among others so called Pegunungan Seribu. There was also a large sugar cane plantation with its great sugar factory. We stopped over in the near place, to get some refreshments, some food and drink.
       We arrived at Parang tritis at about 10.00 o’clock. The beach was crowded, because it was Sunday and holiday. Parang Tritis was a fantastic beach with its white sand. There were many tourists go there for sunbathing. The breeze always breezed very softly. It gave us peacefulness to the beach. The waves crumbled as they reached the beach. This went on again and again so that it gave monotonous rhythm of the scene.
       The students, males and females went along the beach to see the scenery of the Parang Tritis. They could also ride a horse cart if they felt tired. There were also people who played kites. The students played volley ball. Others stood on the side of the beach.
       There were some bungalows along the beach. People who wanted to enjoy the night view of the beach and stayed the night at the bungalows, got up in the morning to watch the rising sun. Parang Tritis was indeed very beautiful. So when you go to Jogjakarta, don’t forget to visit the beach.
24.  What does the text tell us about?
  1. The activities after the semester examination.
  2. The description of Parang Tritis beach.
  3. The location of Parang tritis beach.
  4. The trip to Parang tritis beach.
  5. The scenery along the road.
25.  What can we conclude from the third paragraph?
  1. We could see large rice fields on the slopes of the green mountain.
  2. There was a large tea plantation on both side of the road.
  3. The view along the street was very wonderful.
  4. Pegunungan Seribu was our last destination.
  5. We stopped over near the sugar factory.
26.  The waves crumbled as they reached the beach. (Paragraph 4)
      The meaning of the underlined word is ….
  • A.    Became out of order 
  • B.     Became full of creases 
  • C.     Failed to keep level with 
  • D.    Fell into very small pieces
  •  Pushed a boat into the water.
The following text is for questions 27 and 28
Makassar: Fifteen people were injured after being hit by a car driven by 14-year-old H.R.R. in Makassar, South Sulawesi, on Saturday.
The red Honda Jazz car, which belonged to H.R.R.’s father, was involved in a sequence of five crashes on Jl. Baji Gau, Jl. Cendrawasih, Jl Dangko, at the Hartaco housing complex and Jl. Dg Tata I, injuring 15 people, including three motorists and a pedicab driver.
Angry residents damaged the car after the fifth crash, while H.R.R. was arrested by the local police, tribunnews.com reported.
The accident reminded the public of a fatal accident in Jakarta on Jan. 22 in which a highly intoxicated driver, Apriyani Susanti, slammed her car into pedestrians on Jl. Ridwan Muis in Central Jakarta.
The accident killed eight people on the spot while the ninth victim died at Gatot Subroto Army Hospital. Three other critically injured pedestrians were hospitalized.
27.  What is the first information about?   
  • A.  The impact of the car hit in Makassar. 
  • B.  The condition of the victims of the car crash. 
  • C.  The anger of the residents about the car crash. 
  • D.  A lethal accident which occurred in South Sulawesi. 
  • E.   A teenager driver who hit many people in Makassar.
28.  Which of these following spots is NOT the place where H.R.R. involved in car crash?
  • A.  Jl. Cendrawasih. 
  • B.  Jl. Ridwan Muis. 
  • C.  Jl. Dg Tata I. 
  • D.  Jl. Baji Gau. 
  • E.   Jl Dangko.
The following text is for questions 29 and 30.
The Government should be more serious.
Sometimes when I pass some certain places in Jakarta, I often see piles of trash by the side of the street or even by the river. This view is annoying. It makes our city look ugly and very dirty. If we walk near the pile of trash, we could smell stinky odors coming from it.
            Piles of trash bring the bacteria with them. Isn’t that very dangerous to our health if flies land on our food?
            However, many people live around this mountain- like heap of trash. Many children play nearby. Also, a lot of women wash clothes and fruits and vegetables in the river which is contaminated by trash. This is terrible. I think they don’t realize the danger, because they don’t have knowledge about healthy living.
             In my opinion, the government must make a regulation that prohibits people to build houses near the trash disposal (dump site). Also, there should be special officers, like police officers, who watch and catch people who throw trash on the ground or into the rivers. Moreover, if a big fine doesn’t make people stop dropping litter carelessly, the government should put them in jail as punishment.
            Finally, I think the efforts to keep our environment clean and tidy need hard work from both the citizens and government.
29.  What does the text tell us about?
  • A. How to live healthy.
  • B. The government’s problem.
  • C. The trash problem in Jakarta. 
  • D. The police officers’ problem.
  • E. Children living around heap of trash.
30.  The social function of the text is....
  • A. to share an amusing story with others
  • B. to inform the readers about environment problem
  • C. to present two points of view about environment
  • D. to describe the environment problem to the readers
  • E. to persuade the readers to be concerned with trash case             
The following text is for questions 31 and 32.
Human body is actually a living machine. This living machine needs energy to supply with. The energy is provided by the food, which we eat. However, do we know how much food we need to stay healthy?
      The energy value of food is usually measured in calories.  A calorie is the amount of heat, which is required to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water by 1 degree C. the number of calories, which people need per day, varies. It depends on the activity, which people are involved in. for example; people will need more calories for standing than for sitting; people need more calories for running than for walking, etc.
      The energy which is provided by food is in the form of three kinds of chemical substances. They are carbohydrate, protein and fat. Carbohydrate provides 8.8 calories per gram (cal/gm) of energy, protein 4.0 cal/gm and fat cal/gm. Each food contains different proportion of these substances. These three chemical substances are important for keeping body healthy.
31.  What is the topic of the text?
  1. Human body.
  2. Energy for health.
  3. Calorie measurement.
  4. Chemical substances.
  5. Important substances. 
32.  What is the measurement of food value?
  1. Fat.
  2. Heat.
  3. Calorie.
  4. Protein.
  5. Carbohydrate.
The following text is for questions 33 and 34.
The Colosseum, or the Coliseum, originally the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin: Amphitheatrum Flavium, Italian Anfiteatro Flavio or Colosseo), is an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy, the largest ever built in the Roman Empire. It is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and Roman engineering.
Occupying a site just east of the Roman Forum, its construction started in 72 AD http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colosseum - cite_note-0  under the emperor Vespasian and was completed in 80 AD under Titus, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colosseum - cite_note-1  with further modifications being made during Domitian's reign (81-96). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colosseum - cite_note-roth-2  The name "Amphitheatrum Flavium" derives from both Vespasian's and Titus's family name (Flavius, from the gens Flavia).
Capable of seating 50,000 spectators, the Colosseum was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on Classical mythology. The building ceased to be used for entertainment in the early medieval era. It was later reused for such purposes as housing, workshops, quarters for a religious order, a fortress, a quarry and a Christian shrine.
Although in the 21st century it stays partially ruined because of damage caused by devastating earthquakes and stone-robbers, the Colosseum is an iconic symbol of Imperial Rome. It is one of Rome's most popular tourist attractions and still has close connections with the Roman Catholic Church, as each Good Friday the Pope leads a torchlit "Way of the Cross" procession that starts in the area around the Colosseum. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colosseum-cite_note-wayofthecross-frommers-5 The Colosseum is also depicted on the Italian version of the five-cent euro coin.
33.  What is the text about?
  • A. Roman architectures.
  • B. Italian buildings.
  • C. The Colosseum. 
  • D. The Gladiator.
  • E. The Battles.
34.  When was the Colosseum completed?
  • A. In 72 AD.
  • B. In 80 AD. 
  • C. In 21st century. 
  • D. During Dominitian reign. 
  • E. In emperor Vespasian’s era.
The following text is for questions 35 to 37.
Floods always happen in Indonesia. Floods begin when soil and vegetation cannot absorb falling rain or when water runs off the land in such quantities that it cannot be carried in normal stream channels or retained in natural ponds and human-made reservoirs. Flash floods are the result of too much rain falling in too small area, in too short time. Flash floods frequently occur in seconds and minutes, while floods occur over hours and days.
Typically flash floods occur primarily at night and when there is an abundance of atmosphere moisture; in addition, there is usually little, if any, vertical wind shear present. Flash floods can be produced by large, slow-moving storms or as a result of “train effect” storms.
Flash flood waves, moving at incredible speeds, can roll boulders, tear out trees, destroy buildings and bridges, and scour out new channels. Damaging walls of water can reach 10 - 20 feet. On small streams, water levels may rise quickly in heavy rainstorms, flash floods are one of weather’s most dangerous effects.
35.  What is the text mainly about?
  1. The effects of flash floods.
  2. The definition of flash flood.
  3. The occurrence of flash floods
  4. The ways to prevent flash floods.
  5. The disadvantages of living in low land.
36.  How does flash flood damage our environment?
  1. It cannot roll boulders.
  2. It moves at slow speed.
  3. It goes through forest slowly.
  4. It can destroy buildings and bridges.
  5. It reaches less than 10 feet of walls of water.
37.  What is the purpose of the text above?
  1. To explain how flash floods happened.
  2. To inform flash flood to the reader.
  3. To describe flash flood.
  4. To report flash flood.
  5. To classify flash flood.
The following text is for questions 38 to 40.
Students’ cheating is one of the biggest problems faced by teachers nowadays. Despite of the fact that teachers advise their students not to do dishonest acts during tests, some students still do cheating. There are many kinds of cheating that students do during the test or examination, such as looking at students’ work, put some notes under their clothes, write notes or formulas on their desk, make hand signals or go to rest rooms to get the answers from their friends.
     In my view, students who do cheating are committing a crime. It is a sort taking something illegally. This crime causes negative results to the students. Cheatings deteriorate their mental capacity. Cheating acts also create dependence. They weaken their self confidence. Instead of preparing their coming test, they are busy organizing notes on a piece of paper. If this awful habit continues, the students will lose their opportunity to develop their intellectual and mind.
     Therefore, school should consider cheating as a very serious problem. School board and administration should go hand to overcome this matter. Honesty must be put in school vision. Harsh punishment must be applied to students who commit this crime. 
38.  What will the school do to eliminate students who commit cheating?
  • A.    Create a good vision. 
  • B.     Select honest students. 
  • C.     Make harsh punishment. 
  • D.    Make students confident. 
  • E.     Administer the school affair.
39.  What is mainly discussed in the text?
  • A.    School policy. 
  • B.    Cheating problem. 
  • C.    Harsh punishment. 
  • D.    Mental deterioration. 
  • E.     Different ways of cheating.
40.  What does paragraph one tell us about?
  • A.    The students do not cheat during the test. 
  • B.    Students put some notes under their clothes. 
  • C.    The students write notes or formulas on their desk 
  • D.    There are many kinds of cheating that students do during the test. 
  • E.     The students make hand signals or go to rest rooms to get the answers.
The following text is for questions 41 to 43.
Two students were discussing the school’s new rule that all students must wear a cap and a tie. One of them showed her annoyance. She said that wearing a cap and a tie was only suitable for a flag rising ceremony. Wearing a cap and a tie made the students feel uncomfortable and hot. Moreover, the classrooms were not air-conditioned.
     Contrary to the girl’s opinion, the other student was glad with it. He said that he did not mind with the new rule because wearing a cap and a tie would make the students look great and look real educated persons. He was sure that the students would wear them proudly. They would surely be used to it any way
41.  What is the topic discussed?  
  • A.    The awareness for being discipline in time. 
  • B.    The obligation for students to wear a cap and a tie. 
  • C.    The benefit of wearing a cap and a tie for students. 
  • D.    The value added for the students to support their performance. 
  • E.     The reflection of students’ discipline towards to the school’s facilities.
42.  The two students were discussing part of ....
  • A.    the facilities in school 
  • B.    their homework 
  • C.    their uniform 
  • D.    their friends 
  • E.     their family
43.  The boy believed that all students would....
  • A.    care for their environment 
  • B.     have a high spirit to study 
  • C.     solve their own problems 
  • D.    follow the new rule 
  • E.     feel uncomfortable
The following text is for questions 44 to 46.
After a terrifically enjoyable start, the Twilight series is settling into a somewhat predictable groove, with its tragic-romantic motif of not getting married becoming a bit gimmicky and worn. At the beginning of this film, directed by Chris Weitz, Bella (Kristen Stewart) turns 18 and starts worrying about becoming the older woman to her eternally youthful undead boyfriend Edward Cullen, played by Robert Pattinson. So, with his heart audibly breaking, Edward finally bites the bullet - as it were - and leaves her for her own good, settling apparently in Rio de Janeiro, that city being glimpsed subliminally just once. Poor, post-breakup Bella mopes and whinges as the months drag past, taking refuge in dangerous not merried activities such as motorbike riding.
44.  Who is the director of the film?
  1. Bella Swan.
  2. Chris Weitz.
  3. Edward Cullen.
  4. Kristen Steward.
  5. Robert Pattinson.
45.  What is the text mainly about?
  1. A  Recommendation to see the film.
  2. Objection to distribute the film.
  3. Distribution of the film.
  4. Review on a film
  5. Scenes of a film.
46.  Why does Edward Cullen settle in Rio de Janeiro?
  • A.     To get rid of Bella. 
  • B.      To form a new life. 
  • C.      To live peacefully. 
  • D.     To marry a woman. 
  • E.      To run a business.
47.  Study the following sentences carefully then arrange them into a correct paragraph!
  • (1)   Plug the large end of the travel adaptor into a power outlet. 
  • (2)   Do you know how to recharge a mobile phone? Here are what you should do
  •  (3)   Unplug the travel adaptor from device. 
  • (4)   First, open the cover to multifunction jack on the side of the device
  •  (5)   Finally, close the cover to the multifunction jack. 
  • (6)   Next, plug the small end of the travel adaptor into the multifunction jack
  •  (7)   When the battery is fullycharged, unplug the travel adaptor from the power outlet.
  • A.  2 – 6 – 1 – 4 – 7 – 3 – 5 
  • B.  2 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 5 – 7 – 3 
  • C.  2 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 3 – 7 – 5 
  • D.  2 – 4 – 6 – 1 – 7 – 3 – 5 
  • E.   2 – 6 – 4 – 1 – 7 – 3 – 5 
 The following incomplete text is for questions 48 to 50.
 Complete the text with the most appropriate words.
On children’s Day in 1999, a technology company (48) ... more than 200 underprivileged children to a ‘high-tech’ experience. They were given training on information technology.
      The company wanted to provide opportunities for this children to learn more about the internet and the latest technology. They wanted to help the less fortuned in the community.
       The children had an enjoyable and (49) ... experience that day. They were exposed to the new technology for the first time, (50) ... they were very interested. The company hoped to conduct many more such training sessions for these children. They felt that the skills the children had would be useful to them when they grew up.
48.  A. opened
      B. treated
      C. created
      D. donated
      E. manifested
49.  A. terrible         
      B. historical
      C.  astonished
      D. educational
      E.  sophisticated
50.   A. or
      B. so
      C. but
      D. for
      E. and

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