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30 Soal UP PPG Bahasa Inggris Daljab Materi Profesional + Jawaban Terbaru 2023 Part 1

30 Soal UP PPG Bahasa Inggris Daljab Materi Profesional

30 Soal UP PPG Bahasa Inggris Daljab Materi Profesional Terbaru 2023
Peningkatan profesionalitas guru merupakan salah satu aspek penting dalam mengukur keberhasilan sistem pendidikan. Untuk mendorong guru menjadi profesional, pemerintah melalui Direktorat Jenderal Guru dan Tenaga Kependidikan (GTK), Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan (Kemendikbud) telah melakukan berbagai upaya. Dalam artikel ini, kami menyajikan beberapa contoh soal dan pembahasan UP PPG Profesional Bahasa Inggris yang diharapkan dapat membantu guru dalam meningkatkan kemampuan dan profesionalitas mereka.

Text for number 1-3

From a historical perspective, technological revolutions have coincided with population explosions. There have been three major technological revolutions – the tool-making revolution, the agriculture revolution, and the industrial revolution – all of which allowed humans more access to food, resulting in subsequent population explosion. For example, the use of tools, such as bow and arrow, allowed primitive hunters greater access to high energy foods (e.g. animal meat). Similarly, the transition to farming about 10.000 years ago greatly increased the overall food supply, which was used to support more people. Food production further increased with the industrial revolution as machinery, fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides were used to increase land under cultivation as well as crop yields. In short, similar to bacteria that multiply in response to increased food supply, humans have increased their population as soon as food became more abundant as a result of technological innovations.


1.      The text above intends to ….

A.    report the influence of technological revolutions to population growth

B.     relate technological revolutions, population, and food production

C.     explain the importance of food production to human health

D.    argue about the population explosions


2.      The increases of food production are dependent very much on the following, except

A.  fertilizers

B.  pesticides

C.  machinery

D.  cultivation


3.      It can be inferred from the text that a population explosion is mostly dependent on…

A.  Modernization of machinery

B.  Technological innovations

C.  Industrial revolution

D.  Abundance of food


Text for number 4-6

Located in Apt in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur Region, 40 km from Aix-en-Provence, Chez Anne-Marie Perez features a seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub. Free private parking is available on site. Some units have a terrace and/or balcony. There is also a kitchen, fitted with an oven. A fridge and kettle are also available. Chez also includes a barbeque. The nearest airport is Avignon-Provence Airport, 40 km from the property. Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in the city.


4.      According to the text the property price is

A.  relatively affordable

B.  a bit higher than motels

C.  lower than other apartments

D.  the lowest among other residence


5.      It can be inferred from the text that the of the property is

A.  half way between Aix-an-Provence and Avigation Provence Airport

B.  half way between Provence-Alpes-cote d’ azur region and chez

C.  relatively close to the avigation Provence international airport

D.  in the southern part of Provence-Alpes-cote d’ azur region

6.      The text informs us about

A.  fully furnished apartment

B.  an quiet township residence

C.  a semi fully furnished condominium

D.  a house in a comfortable environment


Text for number 7-9

Clever Farmer:

One night a clever farmer was returning home from a cattle fair. He bought a buffalo from there. As he passed through a dense forest, a dacoit came in front of him. He had a thick stick in his hand. He said, "Hand over all that you have."

The farmer got scared and gave his money to the dacoit. As he turned to go, the dacoit said, "Give me the buffalo too. Why are you taking it away?"

The farmer handed over the buffalo's rope to the dacoit. Then the farmer said, "You have taken everything of mine. Can you give me your stick?"

"Why do you need it?" the dacoit enquire "My wife will be pleased that at least I got a stick from the fair."

The dacoit gave the stick to the farmer happily. Immediately the clever farmer started beating the dacoit with the stick. The dacoit ran off to save his life leaving the buffalo and the farmer's money behind. So the clever farmer saved himself and his belongings too



7.      The story is about …..

A.  an argument between a clever farmer and a dacoit

B.  a clever farmer who saved himself from a robbery

C.  a robber who was bullied by a clever farmer

D.  a farmer who bullied a dacoit


8.      We learn from the text that….

A.  intelligence may defeat power

B.  brainpower is superior to stupidity

C.  physical strength is necessary for farmers

D.  farmer’s strength is inferior to that of dacoit


9.      It is implied in the story that the farmer is scared because…

A.  he was alone in the area

B.  the robber looks so powerful

C.  he had no idea to defeat the dacoit

D.  he loved his life more than his belongings




Text for number 9-10

In foreign language learning, error correction has become one of the important teaching processes. But actually, few teachers know about error analysis and some related theories. (1)…. As a result, they could not tolerate any errors and tend to correct them as soon as they could find any. Consequently, although they think they have been working hard enough and spend much time and energy working on error correction, (2) …. and the students do not believe they have benefited a lot.


10.  The appropriate sentence for the blank space (1) in the text is ….

A.  errors are considered as a nuisance in learning

B.  ineffective teaching is believed to be the cause

C.  they often take so negative attitudes toward errors

D.  learning should result in accurate forms of language


11.  The appropriate sentence for the blank space (2) in the text is ….

A.  their effort is not effective

B.  their teaching impacts negatively

C.  teachers’ correcting jobs increase

D.  correcting errors is still necessary to do


Text for number 12-14

The numbered heads together strategy enables the teacher to check for understanding while engaging every students in (1) simultaneous interaction and group processing. The benefit of this strategy is that each student can use all four language skills to further academic language (2) development. This strategy is essential for making each student responsible for learning while providing (3) equal opportunity for class participation.


12.  The appropriate antonym of the underlined word (2) the text is…

A.  Degradation

B.  Reduction

C.  Decline

D.  Deficit


13.  The appropriate antonym of the underlined word (1) the text is…

A.  Neutral

B.  Alternate

C.  Individual

D.  Separated


14.  The appropriate antonym of the underlined word (3) the text is…

A.  Unrelated

B.  Biased

C.  Varied

D.  Mixed 



Text for number 15-16

(1)…. Acquisition involves the subconscious acceptance of knowledge where information is stored in the brain through the use of communication. This is the process used for developing native language. Learning, on the other hand, is the conscious acceptance of knowledge ‘about’ a language (2)....


15.  The appropriate sentence for the blank space (1) in the text is ….

A.  Obviously languages are learned differently

B.  People learn a language using different ways

C.  There are two different ways of developing language ability

D.  Language learning takes place differently for different people


16.  The appropriate sentence for the blank space (2) in the text is ….

A.  This is often the product of formal language instruction

B.  This process of language learning is mechanical

C.  This kind of language learning happens naturally

D.  This language learning is obviously formalized



Picture for number 17-19


17.  From April to June 2010, the sales in East Asia ….

A.  was the highest throughout the year

B.  was much higher than those the Jan-March period

C.  was lower than those in the first quarter of same year

D.  exceeded the sales in the last quarter of the previous year

18.    The chart shows that the lowest sales in East Asia took place in ….

A.  the period of September 2010

B.  the period of August 2009

C.  the 4th quarter of 2010

D.  the 3rd quarter of 2009



19.  It can be inferred from the text that averagely ….

A.  the sales in 2010 exceeded those in previously year

B.  the sales un the second quarter were the average sales

C.  during the fourth quarter the sales reached the peak point

D.  in January there was a little difference of sales in East Asia


Text for number 20-21

Language teacher must know their students in order to estimate what kind of error correction should be used. Some students are very form-focused and (1) …. Some students are less form-focused and will feel criticized by too much correction, (2) …. When correcting students in oral communication that the student will be reluctant to try again in the future.


20.  The appropriate sentence for the blank space (2) in the text is ….

A.  it is a risk a teacher takes

B.  it is one primary task of a teacher

C.  teachers are aware of the consequence

D.  teachers need to monitor students’ learning


21.  The appropriate sentence for the blank space (1) in the text is ….

A.  can correct their errors in their learning

B.   think that errors must be corrected

C.   really want explicit error correction

D.  consider making error as normal


Text for number 22-24

Skin Care Tips for Men

Daily shaving can take a serious toil on a man’s skin. Check out our expert’s advice on how to keep your skin healthy, clean and moisturized.

(1)   Cleanse Your Skin: For most men, skin tends to get oily throughout the day in certain areas, even in winter. Excess oil can stick to the skin and block the pores, preventing your razor from gliding along the skin smoothly. So before you shave, wash your face with water and facial soap to make sure there are no blockages.

(2)   Get Ready for Shaving: Before you pull out razor, Ricci suggest splashing your face with warm after you cleanse it, which will open up the pores. Then apply a light layer of pre-shaving cream, gel or mousse to keep the skin moist and warm.

(3)   Multitask for a Better Shave: Another way to simplify shaving is to do it in the shower. Not only is it a time-saver, the humidity of your shower will keep your skin moist and your pores open and even make the hair softer and easier to remove.


22.  It is suggested that for easy shaving, we need to ….

A.  apply shaving cream

B.  slightly wet the skin

C.  open up the pores

D.  warm the skin a little


23.  The purpose of the text is informing the readers about ….

A.  the use of product for shaving

B.  the effective ways of better skin care

C.  the recommended step of shaving

D.  the step of moistening the skin


24.  The following are effects of excess oil sticking on our skin, EXCEPT ….

A.  covering the pores

B.  hindering smooth shaving

C.  inhibiting our razor from gliding

D.  lengthening the time for moistening


Text for number 25-27

Cooperative learning is the instructional use a small group so that students work together to (1) boost their own and each other’s learning. (2) Considerable  research demonstrate that cooperative learning produces higher achievement, more positive relationship among students, and healthier psychological adjustment than do (3) competitive or individualistic experiences.


25.  The appropriate antonym of the underlined word (1) in the text is ….

A.  neutralize

B.  separate

C.  damage

D.  regress


26.  The appropriate antonym of the underlined word (3) in the text is ….

A.  mutual

B.  passive

C.  relaxed

D.  collective


27.  The appropriate antonym of the underlined word (2) in the text is ….

A.  Less

B.  Tiny

C.  Little

D.  Trivial


Text for number  

Homemade herbal cleaning products are mostly composed of just one main substance – the cleaning agent; you are not paying for bulking additives, artificial colors or perfumes. You can choose the type and strength of the scent; fresh herbs or essential oil almost invariably leave a delightfully fresh, clean smell. There is also evidence that links the use of chemical cleaners such as bleach with the development of asthma in moth children and adults. Some chemicals can see off allergic reaction or contact dermatitis. And U.S. study discovered that women who held cleaning jobs while pregnant had a higher incidence of birth defects in their children. So, whether you already committed to a greener way of cleaning or just want to save money and simplify your life a little, herbal cleaning makes a lot of sense. 


28.  The text suggests that herbal cleaning ….

A.  is environmental friendly, economical, and simple

B.  contains the least additives for the environment

C.  provides the best scent that we want

D.  prevents the development of asthma




29.  It is stated in the text that herbs or essential oils ….

A.    tend to leave delightful smell

B.     certainly provide a clean smell

C.     basically set off allergic reaction

D.    have lower incident of birth defect


30.  The word “bleach” in the passage means ….

A.  a strong chemical used for cleaning things

B.  a herbal product for removing color from things

C.  a substance for subbing the surface of something

D.  an abrasive substance often for cleaning surface



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