EXAM OF ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE (LAW) “CLASS E”

These are questions for  EXAM  in “ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSE (LAW)” subject. You only have to answer questions according to Your group/written name. Please pay attention to instructions of questions. Please write Your name and Your identity student number on Your answer. Your answer should be submitted on  27th May 2016. Your score will be given by lecture directly below on Your answer. For Your Info: silakan hadir di fakultas hukum pada hari Senin tanggal 05 Juni 2017 jam 10.15am di ruang kuliah A.204 dan A.205. Any further informations, students may contact: 081396534624  or  ineventyrina@ymail.com.  Good luck and thank you.

*GROUP ONE*

  1. Febriana G.
  2. Dian A. Biduri
  3. Aprilia
  4. Windy P.
  5. M. Iqbal Z.D.
  6. Alexandro M.T.
  7. Muhammad Hatta T.
  8. Dianitha I.
  9. A.Agung Gede
  10. Jino

 

  •  PARAGRAPH COMPLETION

Instructions: Please complete all sentences in the paragraph with appropriate words.

NEW YEAR’S FIREWORKS BLAMED FOR SHARP RISE IN POLLUTION

Several cities in ……….. reported air pollution spikes  ……….. following their New Year’s Eve firework celebrations. According to a national estimate in Germany, the fireworks ………..  4,000 tonnes of toxins (smoke and soot) into the atmosphere. In Munich, levels rose 26 times higher than the safe level recommended by the European Union. Environmentalists say that more restrictions of fireworks are required worldwide, especially during special events such as ……….., Guy Fawkes Night, and Diwali. The toxins from fireworks pollute waterways and contribute to hazardous smog in the ………...

Comprehension Questions

  1. According to the report, when and where was air pollution a major health concern recently?
  2. What do environmentalists have to say about this issue?
  3. Why does the report mention Diwali?
  • LEGAL THESAURY SKILL

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. I’m afraid that the man who robbed the bank is still a…………..
  2. Do you have any idea who would have b…………. i………….your car?
  3. You won’t be required to d…………. any t…………. but you will have to pay a fine.
  4. Murder is considered a f…………. and is punishable by life in prison.
  5. You will be considered innocent until you are proven g…………..
  6. We’ll believe you are i…………. when you show us your receipt for the items in the bag.
  7. The p…………. is still at large.
  8. Don’t give the beggars any money. You will only be promoting s…………. c………….
  9. Three people w…………. the murder but they are afraid to speak.
  10. We have twenty officers investigating the bank r…………..
  • REGULATION INQUIRY

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. All human beings are born free and e…………………….. and rights.
  2. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; s…………………….. and the slave trade shall be p……………………..  in all their forms.
  3. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or p……………………...
  4. Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person b……………………...
  5. Everyone has the right to the p…………………….. against such interference or attacks.
  6. Everyone has the right to f…………………….. of movement and residence within the borders of each State.
  7. Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from p……………………...
  8. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and o……………………...
  9. Everyone has the right to education. E…………………….. shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages.

*GROUP TWO*

  1. Fera A.
  2. Rana A.
  3. Nisaul M.
  4. La Pije
  5. Muhammad Zainal M.
  6. Frido H.
  7. Oktavianus
  8. Aulia Rahman
  9. Kamalius
  10. Dinda M.

 

  • PARAGRAPH COMPLETION

Instructions: Please complete all sentences in the paragraph with appropriate words.

PAKISTAN COURT BANS VALENTINE’S DAY

The day before Valentine’s Day, a court in Islamabad banned  the  ……….. celebration of the holiday in Pakistan. The court was ………..  to a petition that stated that Valentine’s Day ……….. violate Islamic values and culture. The ban included the ………..  and print promotion of the February 14th holiday. Despite the ruling, many business owners and street vendors, including those of Muslim ……….., disregarded the ban and sold Valentine-themed flowers and gifts as planned.

Comprehension Questions

  1. What did the Pakistani court ban?
  2. Why did the court issue this ban?
  3. How did many vendors in Pakistan react to the ban?
  • LEGAL THESAURY SKILL

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. I’m afraid that the man who robbed the bank is still a…………..
  2. Do you have any idea who would have b…………. i………….your car?
  3. You won’t be required to d…………. any t…………. but you will have to pay a fine.
  4. Murder is considered a f…………. and is punishable by life in prison.
  5. You will be considered innocent until you are proven g…………..
  6. We’ll believe you are i…………. when you show us your receipt for the items in the bag.
  7. The p…………. is still at large.
  8. Don’t give the beggars any money. You will only be promoting s…………. c………….
  9. Three people w…………. the murder but they are afraid to speak.
  10. We have twenty officers investigating the bank r…………..
  • REGULATION INQUIRY

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. All human beings are born free and e…………………….. and rights.
  2. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; s…………………….. and the slave trade shall be p……………………..  in all their forms.
  3. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or p……………………...
  4. Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person b……………………...
  5. Everyone has the right to the p…………………….. against such interference or attacks.
  6. Everyone has the right to f…………………….. of movement and residence within the borders of each State.
  7. Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from p……………………...
  8. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and o……………………...
  9. Everyone has the right to education. E…………………….. shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages.

*GROUP THREE*

  1. Heldy
  2. Sandy
  3. Andre P.
  4. Pebri
  5. Delia
  6. Maylan
  7. Joni
  8. Yuda
  9. Eko S.

 

  • PARAGRAPH COMPLETION

Instructions: Please complete all sentences in the paragraph with appropriate words.

PASSENGER FORCIBLY REMOVED FROM

OVERBOOKED FLIGHT

Video footage of a United Airlines passenger being forcibly removed from a plane has gone viral. On April 9, four ……………. were randomly selected to disembark from a United plane in ……………. to make room for crew members from a partner airline. One of the ……………. passengers, a doctor who said he had patients to get to, refused to leave the plane. Chicago aviation ……………. officers boarded the plane, pulled the passenger out of his seat, and ……………. him down the aisle of the plane on his back. After viewing the video footage and seeing the bloodied face of the passenger, many travellers said they would boycott the airline.

Comprehension Questions

  1. Why did four people have to give up their seats?
  2. Who refused to leave the plane?
  3. What did security officers do?
  • LEGAL THESAURY SKILL

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. I’m afraid that the man who robbed the bank is still a…………..
  2. Do you have any idea who would have b…………. i………….your car?
  3. You won’t be required to d…………. any t…………. but you will have to pay a fine.
  4. Murder is considered a f…………. and is punishable by life in prison.
  5. You will be considered innocent until you are proven g…………..
  6. We’ll believe you are i…………. when you show us your receipt for the items in the bag.
  7. The p…………. is still at large.
  8. Don’t give the beggars any money. You will only be promoting s…………. c………….
  9. Three people w…………. the murder but they are afraid to speak.
  10. We have twenty officers investigating the bank r…………..

 

  • REGULATION INQUIRY

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. All human beings are born free and e…………………….. and rights.
  2. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; s…………………….. and the slave trade shall be p……………………..  in all their forms.
  3. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or p……………………...
  4. Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person b……………………...
  5. Everyone has the right to the p…………………….. against such interference or attacks.
  6. Everyone has the right to f…………………….. of movement and residence within the borders of each State.
  7. Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from p……………………...
  8. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and o……………………...
  9. Everyone has the right to education. E…………………….. shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages.

*GROUP FOUR*

 

  • PARAGRAPH COMPLETION

Instructions: Please complete all sentences in the paragraph with appropriate words.

7 EARTH-SIZED PLANETS DISCOVERED

Astronomers have discovered 7 earth-sized ……….. orbiting a dwarf star outside of our solar system. Researchers believe that at least three of the planets could be suitable for life because of their size and proximity to their star. The red star, named TRAPPIST-1, is half the ……….. of the Sun and only ……….. of the mass. Researchers discovered the planets after ………..  small shadows interrupting TRAPPIST-1’s starlight. The next step is to investigate the atmosphere of each planet and find out if any of them have signs of life, such as ……….. water on the surface. The planets are 40 light years away from Earth.

Comprehension Questions

  1. What did astronomers discover?
  2. What is TRAPPIST-1?
  3. Why is the final statement in the report important?
  • LEGAL THESAURY SKILL

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. I’m afraid that the man who robbed the bank is still a…………..
  2. Do you have any idea who would have b…………. i………….your car?
  3. You won’t be required to d…………. any t…………. but you will have to pay a fine.
  4. Murder is considered a f…………. and is punishable by life in prison.
  5. You will be considered innocent until you are proven g…………..
  6. We’ll believe you are i…………. when you show us your receipt for the items in the bag.
  7. The p…………. is still at large.
  8. Don’t give the beggars any money. You will only be promoting s…………. c………….
  9. Three people w…………. the murder but they are afraid to speak.
  10. We have twenty officers investigating the bank r…………..

 

  • REGULATION INQUIRY

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. All human beings are born free and e…………………….. and rights.
  2. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; s…………………….. and the slave trade shall be p……………………..  in all their forms.
  3. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or p……………………...
  4. Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person b……………………...
  5. Everyone has the right to the p…………………….. against such interference or attacks.
  6. Everyone has the right to f…………………….. of movement and residence within the borders of each State.
  7. Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from p……………………...
  8. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and o……………………...
  9. Everyone has the right to education. E…………………….. shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages.

*GROUP FIVE*

  1. Agatha Eka
  2. Sulaiman
  3. Marieza A.
  4. Adafina B.
  5. Lulu Y.
  6. Zulia R.
  7. Sur Reni

 

  • PARAGRAPH COMPLETION

Instructions: Please complete all sentences in the paragraph with appropriate words.

CORAL REEF BLEACHING ALARMS SCIENTISTS

An aerial survey of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef revealed ……….. coral bleaching for a second year in a row. The bleaching is a result of ……….. temperatures caused by ………... The back-to-back bleaching events have affected 1,500 kilometres, or two-thirds, of the reef. The results of the ……….. alarmed scientists and water quality experts. Some fear that the damaged coral will not be able to survive. Previous mass ………..  events took place ten years apart, giving the reef time to recover.

Comprehension Questions

  1. What did the aerial survey reveal?
  2. Why does the report mention global warming?
  3. Why are scientists so worried?
  • LEGAL THESAURY SKILL

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. I’m afraid that the man who robbed the bank is still a…………..
  2. Do you have any idea who would have b…………. i………….your car?
  3. You won’t be required to d…………. any t…………. but you will have to pay a fine.
  4. Murder is considered a f…………. and is punishable by life in prison.
  5. You will be considered innocent until you are proven g…………..
  6. We’ll believe you are i…………. when you show us your receipt for the items in the bag.
  7. The p…………. is still at large.
  8. Don’t give the beggars any money. You will only be promoting s…………. c………….
  9. Three people w…………. the murder but they are afraid to speak.
  10. We have twenty officers investigating the bank r…………..

 

  • REGULATION INQUIRY

Instructions: Please complete all sentences with appropriate words.

  1. All human beings are born free and e…………………….. and rights.
  2. No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; s…………………….. and the slave trade shall be p……………………..  in all their forms.
  3. No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or p……………………...
  4. Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person b……………………...
  5. Everyone has the right to the p…………………….. against such interference or attacks.
  6. Everyone has the right to f…………………….. of movement and residence within the borders of each State.
  7. Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from p……………………...
  8. Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and o……………………...
  9. Everyone has the right to education. E……………………..  shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages.
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