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Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions Test Part 5

Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions Test Part 5
Kumpulan soal dan jawaban Reading Comprehensions Test Part 5

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 5 yang terdiri dari soal no 104-130.

Questions 104-106 refer to the following E-mail.
From : Ms. J. Gibbons
To : All employees
Date : July 17,20_
Subject: Required hours
All employees are reminded that the Smithson Company observes a 35-hour workweek, normally from 9:00 a .m . to 5:00 p .m . , Monday through Friday, with a one-hour lunch period. In addition, after careful consideration and planning, the Smithson Company has recently implemented a flex-time policy. This means that individual employees, with good reason, may establish different work schedules with their supervisor's approval. The employee must explain the reasons for requesting flex-time as well as demonstrate that a variation of work hours will not be detrimental in any way to the work of the other people on that employee's team. Whatever changes may be made to an individual's schedule, 35 hours per week is still expected of all full-time employees.
Flex-time does not mean that an employee can work any hours he or she chooses at any time. In order to make schedule changes under the flex-time policy, an approval form must be submitted to your supervisor two weeks in advance of the proposed schedule change date. The form must be signed and filed by your supervisor before you can start following a new schedule. Forms are available from the Human Resources Office. Employees who adjust their schedule without completing a form and getting formal supervisor approval are subject to loss of pay, even if they work a full 35 hours in a week.

What is the topic of the e-mail?
(A) Schedules
(B) Hiring
(C) Observations
(D) Lunches
How many hours a week do the employees work?
(A) 17 hours
(B) 25 hours
(C) 35 hours
(D) 40 hours
Who must approve any change?
(A) The employee
(B) The employee's supervisor
(C) The human resources director
(D) The vice-president

Questions 107-111 refer to the following Memo.
To : All employees
From : George Hendriks, Chief of Security
Date : May 30 ,2 0 _
Re : Office Visitors
Employees are reminded that a number of our contracts with clients are of a confidential nature. In order to ensure the maintenance of this confidentiality, visitors will not be allowed within the office area unless they are accompanied by a member of the staff.
Please let your visitors know that they will be asked to sign in at the reception desk when they enter the building. The receptionist will call your office to admit them and give them a visitor's pass. You must come to the reception area and escort your visitors to your office. Unescorted visitors will be asked by security to leave the building.
Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.

107. Who will read this memo?
(A) Clients
(B) Company employees
(C) Visitors
(D) Security staff
Why must visitors not be alone?
(A) They may get lost.
(B) They have appointments with staff members.
(C) Company projects are confidential.
(D) They are special guests.
What must visitors do when they arrive?
(A) Call the office they are visiting
(B) Admit themselves
(C) Leave before closing
(D) Sign in
How will employees know when their visitors have arrived?
(A) The visitors will call ahead.
(B) The receptionist will call the employee's office.
(C) The employee must wait in the reception area.
(D) The visitor will be sent to the employee's office.
The word "escort" in paragraph 2, line 4, is closest in meaning to
(A) accompany
(B) remove
(C) invite
(D) hide

Questions 112-115 refer to the following Article.
Business travelers find that some jobs take them away from home for longer than a few days at a time. Those who find themselves at a new job site for weeks or even months often find it more comfortable and economical to stay at an apartment-hotel rather than a traditional style hotel. The comfort and convenience of these short-term residences are making them more and more popular among frequent business travelers. They provide advantages that more luxurious traditional hotels do not. Apartment-hotels offer both small and fullsize apartments that are available to rent on a weekly or monthly basis.
Apartments are fully furnished with everything from sofas and writing desks to dishes and silverware. They also usually include cable TV service and Internet access. Best of all, they are run like hotels, with cleaning and linen services, exercise rooms and restaurants, and a desk clerk to take messages and help tenants with questions about the city. In addition, the prices are much more reasonable than the rates normally charged at a traditional hotel. One of the reasons that many apartment-hotels are economically priced is that they are often not found in a city’s downtown area. This is not necessarily a disadvantage, however.  They are usually conveniently located near public transportation, so the expense of a rental car is not always necessary. In short, apartment-hotels offer a convenient alternative to the business traveler, as they are more cost-effective than traditional hotels and more comfortable than hastily furnished apartments. Many business travelers find that apartment-hotels are as comfortable as it is possible to be away from home.
Why are these residences called "apartment-hotels"?
(A) They have characteristics of apartments and hotels.
(B) They contain full-sized apartments.
(C) They look like hotels.
(D) They have only short-term tenants.
Who would be likely to use an apartment-hotel?
(A) A businessperson on an overnight trip
(B) A family of tourists
(C) An engineer on a ten-week project away from home
(D) A consultant in town for a convention
What is NOT mentioned as an advantage of apartment-hotels?
(A) They are furnished.
(B) They have cleaning service.
(C) They are centrally located.
(D) They have a desk clerk on duty.
How do apartment-hotels compare with standard hotels?
(A) The rooms are larger.
(B) They are not as comfortable.
(C) There are fewer services offered
(D) They are less expensive for a long stay.

Questions 116-118 refer to the following Article.
Surveys have found that wages and benefits are not always the major determining factor for employees who are looking to move between jobs. David Bikowski is a case in point. Last year he was laid off from his production job at a factory where he had worked for close to eight years. After several months of searching for a new job, he found employment at another factory in a nearby town. Although he would earn $100 a week less in the new position than he did at his old
one, he took the job. He has a family to support and couldn't afford to stay out of work much longer. Just a few months after starting at his new position, he received an offer to return to his old job at his old salary. Bikowski decided to turn the offer down. Why? Because, he says, he finds that his new workplace is much less stressful than the old one. "We've been able to get by on what I've been earning at Strathmore (his new employer), and I know I'll be getting the usual raises as time goes on," he explains. "And it's better for my family in ways that money can't pay for. I'm more relaxed when I get home, I have better quality time with my kids. That's worth more than money to me." Bikowski represents a growing sentiment among the country's workforce. More and more workers are looking for less stressful lives, sociologists say. Work conditions are
often given equal weight with wages and benefits when job decisions are made.
Why did David Bikowski leave his job?
(A) He wanted a promotion.
(B) He was fired.
(C) He wanted more money.
(D) He was laid off.
How does Mr. Bikowski's present salary compare to his salary at his previous job?
(A) It is $100 less a week.
(B) It is $100 less a month.
(C) It is $100 more a week.
(D) It is $100 more a month.
According to the article, why did Mr. Bikowski stay at his new job?
(A) The salary is better.
(B) The new job is less stressful.
(C) He has become a supervisor.
(D) He prefers working close to home.

Questions 119-122 refer to the following Letter.
121 Market St., New York, NY 10012
J. P. Thompson, Esq.
14, Rue du Mont Blanc
1201 Geneva, Switzerland
Dear Mr. Thompson:
I have enclosed a copy of the evaluation that I was hired to prepare for the project “Improving Employee Performance.” You will see that the evaluation is divided into three sections, as we agreed upon in our discussion: Employee Relations, Physical Environment, and Training Opportunities. The appendices include all forms and outlines of other methods used to gather information for the evaluation. I have attempted to present everything in as clear a manner as possible. If, however, you have any questions or desire any additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I have enjoyed working with your law firm on this project and look forward to working with vou again in the future.
Amanda Guess

What is the main purpose of the letter?
(A) To submit a report
(B) To inquire about future job possibilities
(C) To request future projects
(D) To ensure prompt payment
Which of the following would Mr. Thompson like to improve?
(A) Ms. Guess's writing
(B) Employee performance
(C) The salary
(D) The evaluation
According to the letter, which of the following is NOT true?
(A) Ms. Guess would like more projects.
(B) Ms. Guess will discuss her evaluation.
(C) Ms. Guess is a consultant.
(D) Ms. Guess didn't complete the project.
What is Mr. Thompson's profession?
(A) Lawyer
(B) Personnel director
(C) Consultant
(D) Landlord

Questions 123-124 refer to the following Advertisment.
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How many time zones can be displayed?
(A) Five
(B) Twelve
(C) Eighteen
(D) Twenty-four
How long is the warranty?
(A) Eighteen months
(B) Five years
(C) Eighteen years
(D) Lifetime

Questions 125-127 refer to the following Article.
When a position becomes vacant, finding a new employee with the skill-set and personality that suit the needs of that particular workplace is a challenge that many companies face. First, the company must outline the tasks and responsibilities involved in the position to be filled. A careful analysis of these will help the company define what skills, abilities, and knowledge an employee must have in order to carry out the job successfully. Often it is the process of writing the job description and vacancy announcement that helps the company define the qualities they seek in a new employee.
Once the requirements of the position are defined, the next challenge is to find the person who can meet those requirements. One of the most common ways to locate a qualified person to fill
a vacant position is to look within the organization itself. Is anyone currently working for the company who could do the job? This is often the best way to find qualified people. They are already known to the company, have been successful in it, and are familiar with its people, procedures, and policies.
If there is no available person within the company who is qualified to fill the vacancy, then someone must be sought outside the organization. Some of the most common sources of new employees are educational institutions such as high schools, junior colleges, four-year colleges, and universities. Companies also use newspapers and industry association newsletters to help locate job applicants.

What is this articlc about?
(A) Reading newspapers
(B) Hiring employees
(C) Protecting the organization
(D) Going to high school
What is an example of a common outside source?
(A) High schools
(B) Resources within the organization
(C) Spies
(D) Temporary employees
According to the passage, what do firms use to help locate applicants?
(A) Yellow pages
(B) Subway ads
(C) Newspaper ads
(D) Word of mouth

Questions 128-130 refer to the following Announcement.
Aeronautic Systems , Inc ., the Berlin-based company also known as AeroSys, has made an agreement with three of the world’s major international airlines to provide a satellite system for voice and data communications, a company spokesperson announced last week. This agreement is a major leap forward for the company, which began operations just three years ago and has now gained the business of three of the airline industry’s largest companies.
The agreement with Skyways, Air One, and Travelers International will provide communications between aircraft and on-ground systems for operational control and air-traffic services. The agreement was signed last month, and AeroSys will begin providing services to the airlines before the end of the year.

Where is AeroSys based?
(A) In London
(B) In New York
(C) In Berlin
(D) In Tokyo
According to the passage, what will be provided by the agreement?
(A) Aircraft
(B) A satellite system
(C) On-ground systems
(D) Air traffic services
Which of the following is NOT a part of this agreement?
(A) A satellite system
(B) Communication between aircraft
(C) A system of voice and data communication
(D) Ticketing service

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Written by: Janji Mustawa
Sanabila, Updated at: 3/01/2017