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Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions Test Part 3

Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions Test Part 3
Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions Test Part 3

Kali ini sanabila.com akan membahas tentang Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions TOEIC Test. Hal ini untuk menambah kemampuan dan melatih kebiasaan para peserta dalam menjawab pertanyaan-pertanyaan TOEIC. Terutama untuk menguji kemampuan Grammer dan Vocabulary anda. kumpulan soal ini juga dapat diperuntukkan untuk latihan dengan disesuaikan dengan tips dan trik yang sudah dibahas sebelumnya.
Pada kumpulan soal ini akan dibagi menjadi 5 (lima) bagian, yaitu :
  1. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions TOEIC Test Part 1
  2. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions TOEIC Test Part 2
  3. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions TOEIC Test Part 3
  4. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions TOEIC Test Part 4
  5. Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions TOEIC Test Part 5

Pada setiap bagian kumpulan soal tersebut akan ada 24-26 soal beserta jawaban.

Pada tes TOEIC yang sesungguhnya, Pada bagian test ini peserta akan menghadapi beberapa teks yang berupa surat, iklan, koran, artikel dll. Pada setiap teks akan mengandung 1-4 pertanyaan yang harus dijawab oleh peserta. Jumlah soal pada sesi ini adalah 40-48 soal. Peserta harus memahami dan mengerti maksud dan tujuan dari teks tersebut sebelum menjawab pertanyaan. 



Berikut ini adalah beberapa kumpulan soal dan jawaban yang ada pada salah satu bagian dari Reading Comprehension Pada tes TOEIC yaitu tes Reading Comprehensions part 3 yang terdiri dari soal no 53-77.

Questions 53-54 refer to the following letter.
Rafael Kosmisky 5th April 20__
Solicitor
Legal Eagles 255 Second Avenue, First Floor, Seattle, WA 98104 206-624-2180
Dear Mr. Kosmisky:
We authorize you to represent the interests of our company at the upcoming Senate hearings on environmental regulation. You are authorized to use any legal means you deem necessary to demonstrate to the subcommittee that SHEMPTO Incorporated understands and complies with EPA regulations.
We have memos in our possession that clearly show we were aware of the problem and had taken steps to clear up the issue long before we were contacted by the EPA.
We agree to your rate of $275 per hour plus expenses and ask that you bill us every four weeks. With each bill, please include a log which documents what action has been taken in the case during that billing period. Please call our office if you agree to these terms.
Yours sincerely,
George Wellington
Director SHEMPTO Inc.

53.
What can be inferred from the letter?
(A) Mr. Kosmisky has agreed to represent SHEMPTO Inc.
(B) Mr. Wellington has given full power of attorney to Mr. Kosmisky.
(C) SHEMPTO Inc. is taking the EPA to court.
(D) The Senate hearing will take place in April.
54.
What is NOT mentioned in the letter?
(A) Mr. Kosmisky’s employment office
(B) Records showing SHEMPTO Inc’s handling of the violation
(C) The EPA coming in touch with SHEMPTO Inc. personally
(D) The EPA’s environmental regulations

Questions 55-59 refer to the following two texts.
Text one
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Text two
TO : kenneth@Trimmo.com
FROM : aileen@Trimmo.com
DATE : Feb. 12, 2007
SUBJECT : New Server?
Have a look at this ad I just got in my inbox. At first glance, it looks a lot more economical than the hosting package we’ve got right now. The Business package alone would save us about €70 a year. If we took the 2-year plan, that would jump to €90 a year. Plus, with that plan, we could save the 2-year domain fee, and I think that went up to something like €26 the last time we registered. I’m going to check with ILM and see if they’re offering anything competitive. I hate to change hosts when we’ve had such good service from them, but they need to stay competitive if they want to keep customers. In the meantime, see if you can find out anything about Antrex. I guess we ought to see if they’re reliable over time. There are so many new companies in the market now, it’s hard to tell. So, let’s do a little checking before we change.
Thanks,
Aileen

55.
What does the advertisement offer?
(A) A way the firm can have email with its own name.
(B) A website with unlimited email accounts.
(C) Plenty of storage for company documents.
(D) Various plans for website, email, and domain registration.
56.
How did Aileen learn about the new offer?
(A) Aileen learned about it from a colleague.
(B) Antrex sent it as an email advertisement.
(C) Ken learned about it from a colleague.
(D) The advertisement was delivered by the postman.
57.
How much does Aileen think she can save if she takes the 2-year plan?
(A) €70 per year.
(B) €90 per year.
(C) €103 per year.
(D) €186 per year.
58.
What is the name of the firms current web host?
(A) Antrex.
(B) ILM.
(C) Trimmo.
(D) We aren’t told.
59.
What does Aileen want to know before she okays a change?
(A) That her firm will remain competitive.
(B) That the new host would provide steady service.
(C) That the new host will be cheaper than the old one.
(D) That she hasn’t overlooked any new hosts in the market.

Questions 60 - 64 refer to the following two texts.
Text One
Calling on IORP Members!
We give plenty of travel advisories, and not a few special member discounts, in this magazine. And many of you have written to say how helpful they have been.
Now, we want to hear more from you!
Send us your experiences and the travel tips you’ve gleaned while making use of our past advice.
What’s your best packing tip?
Where have you been that you’d recommend to others?
Have you found a way to make airport waits less painful?
Don’t think anything you’ve learned is too small, too unimportant. It might just help others make the most of their holidays.
The Travel Editor

Text two
Thanks to our loyal IORP members for these …
Tips for Cruising:
Pack light and keep your suitcase with you like an airline "carry-on." That way you can avoid the check-in at the dock, and all that waiting to get luggage when you home tired but happy. Also, you’ll be sure to have your luggage when you need it.
Iris Henry, Wokegan, WI.
My wife and I have found that shipping our dirty clothes home after a few days on the boat is economical and very practical. It’s cheaper than having the valet wash our clothes, and by the end of the trip, we have plenty of space for souvenirs. We post a package of clothes from ports-of-call along the way, and our laundry arrives home almost as fast as we do. Herbert Ranscroft, Blackton, Derbyshire.
Buy the cheapest fare you can get for a cruise. Prices go by the size of cabin, with or without a window, and with or without a balcony. Everything else – food, entertainment, and so forth – is pretty much the same price. The best time to book a cruise is at the beginning of the season, before the cheaper cabins are taken. Another good time is about 3 weeks before sailing. Then the cruise company is trying to fill the ship and you may find better rooms at a discount. You can book directly with the cruise line or through a travel agent, and if you’re a repeat customer, you should expect a little gift of fruit or flowers in your cabin.
Allen Woolbridge, North Hampton, MN

60.
What is the main reason for this request?
(A) IORP wants to know if members use the discounts.
(B) IORP wants members to get others to join.
(C) The editor wants members to share their experiences.
(D) The editor has run out of ideas and needs help.
61.
What does Ms Henry list as an added benefit in her tip?
(A) She can get on the boat faster.
(B) She has less weight to carry.
(C) She saves time getting off the boat.
(D) She never has to contend with lost luggage.
62.
How does Mr Woolbridge get the best prices on fares?
(A) He always gets a cabin with no window or balcony.
(B) He books when the cruise lines are offering cheap fares.
(C) He only makes reservations directly with the cruise line.
(D) He travels at the beginning of the cruise season.
63.
Which writers seem concerned about what they spend?
(A) All three writers.
(B) Henry and Ranscroft
(C) Henry and Woolbridge.
(D) Ranscroft and Woolbridge.
64.
In the first text, paragraph 3, line 1, the word ‘gleaned’ is closest in meaning to
(A) gathered.
(B) improved.
(C) read about.
(D) written down.

Questions 65-69 refer to the following two emails.
Email one
PAC FOR PROGRESS • PAC FOR PROGRESS • PAC FOR PROGRESS • PAC FOR PROGRESS •
Popular Party Political Action Committee
Dear Bob,
We scored a major victory this week in the Education Bill. This legislation means that more children will receive a high quality education in schools across the country. We couldn’t have achieved this exceptional result without the support of hundreds of thousands of people like you!
Click here to send a thank-you email to your elected official.
In the weeks and months ahead, the opposition will no doubt try to block further progress such as the Education Bill. We’ve got to be ready to meet their arguments in the strongest way, by getting our message out to the voters. Among other moves, a massive campaign is being planned to place ads with every major channel and nationwide newspaper.
Your continued support is crucial.
Make a secure online contribution to the party.

Email two
Dear Committee for Progress,
I’m afraid the Education Bill you mentioned in your recent email falls far short of what I’d like to see done in the area of education. This and other recent legislation shows neither the vision of our party nor the change it promised during the last elections.
Consequently, I have decided to contribute only to specific candidates whose views reflect my own. I will not be sending money to support the party in general, i.e. where I do not have direct control over what it is spent for.
At such time in the future as party work once again meets its promise, I will reconsider my position. In the meantime, I will appreciate your removing my name from the party contributor rolls and from the mailing list for this newsletter.
Respectfully,
Robert Baine

65. Who is the sender of the first letter?
(A) A group of concerned citizens.
(B) A committee of a political party.
(C) A political candidate
(D) A political party
66.
What does the first letter say about the Education Bill?
(A) It was easily passed into law.
(B) More work is needed to pass it.
(C) It was also supported by the other party.
(D) Similar legislation will meet opposition.
67.
What does the committee hope Baine will contribute?
(A) A free advertisement in his newspaper.
(B) An advertisement on his TV channel.
(C) Money for the committee to buy advertising.
(D) Money to buy a newspaper company.
68.
Why does Baine object to contributing to the committee?
(A) He feels the party should donate to his candidates.
(B) He is disappointed with his party’s effectiveness.
(C) He plans to switch to a different party in the future.
(D) He thinks the Education Bill was too strongly worded.
69.
In the second text, paragraph 3, line 1, the word ‘promise’ is closest in meaning to
(A) A verbal vow.
(B) A written vow.
(C) Contention.
(D) Potential.

Questions 70 - 74 refer to the following two texts.
Text one
Rockets Away!
Rockets are firing up in the western deserts of the USA, as a new sport takes shape. Rocket racing, actually taking off and leaving the earth’s atmosphere while racing around a course ‘drawn’ in the sky, is becoming a reality, thanks to an experimental aircraft that uses rocket power. The result is a vertical take off, amid yellow plumes of flame, an apogee about one mile up, a wild race around the virtual track at speeds up to 320 miles per hour. The take-offs have been described as “mezmerizing” and the the planners say extra “pit stops” have been planned into the course to give the public as many of these displays as possible.
According to entrepreneur, Peter Diamandis, this is just the leading edge of the space tourism business, and one that’s geared at making the public sit up and take notice. He’s already sold over 3,000 seats at something like $3,500 to people who want short jaunts in weightless space, and some much costlier tickets for real space travel.

Text two
Dear Sports Beat,
I read your recent article on Rocket Races with dismay. At a time in history when we’re urging people to cut down on their fascination with gas-guzzling speedsters, Mr Diamandis seems intent on slurping up that last drop of petroleum and spewing it all over the stratosphere as ‘yellow plumes of flame’. To paraphrase the old adage, “where there’s fire, there’s smoke.” And smoke is the last thing a planet, sweltering in the greenhouse effect and choking on its own pollution, needs.
Despite my grave misgivings to the contrary, I sincerely hope Diamandis’ race fans think twice before supporting this scheme with their hard-earned cash. Actually, I hope Diamandis himself thinks better of what he’s planning to dump into the atmosphere. Or perhaps, the government will step in and ban this along with other 20th century dinosaurs such as traffic jams and bull fights.
Edgar Poe
Walden, MS

70.
What is the subject of the article?
(A) A new entertainment form to encourage tourism.
(B) Coverage of the first, groundbreaking “rocket race.”
(C) The career history of a sport developer.
(D) The possible effects of a new sport on ecology.
71.
What aspect of the sport is mentioned as most appealing to the public?
(A) The intense competition.
(B) The showy take-off.
(C) The unique type of aircraft.
(D) The virtual racetrack.
72.
What is Mr Poe’s main objection to the new sport?
(A) It encourages more pollution.
(B) It is dangerous to animals.
(C) It perpetuates an old-fashioned idea.
(D) It promotes fascination with machines.
73.
Which solution does Mr Poe NOT suggest may limit the new sport?
(A) The government will outlaw it.
(B) The new aircraft will not pass flight tests.
(C) The promoter will change his plans.
(D) The public will refuse to support it.
74.
In the second text, paragraph 2, line 1, the word ‘misgivings’ is closest in meaning to
(A) conditions.
(B) doubts.
(C) mistakes.
(D) questions.

Questions 75-77 refer to the following article.
Community Colleges: The Right Choice!
If you are looking for enthusiastic and reliable employees for your business, you may have to look no further than your local community college. Many community colleges provide training in skills that are applicable to a variety of business situations. Students at th es e institutions may be trained in such things as bookkeeping and basic accounting, sales and marketing, and data management, or they may have something more specialized, such as paralegal training. Whatever the requirements of your business, a well-trained recent community college graduate will have the n ecessary skills to contribute to its successful operation. Hiring locally trained staff is also a way of giving back to your community. It is a win-win situation all the w a y around.
75.
Who is this article for?
(A) Community college students
(B) Business owners
(C) Staff trainers
(D) Employment agencies
76.
What is recommended?
(A) Hiring staff from the local community
(B) Studying at a community college
(C) Getting training in business skills
(D) Being clear about business requirements
77.
The word “applicable” in line 4 is closest in meaning to
(A) common
(B) understood
(C) avoidable
(D) useful


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Written by: Janji Mustawa
Sanabila, Updated at: 2/27/2017