Bank Soal: Self-Expression on Social Media

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Read the dialog for questions 1 to 3.

Linda : Did you know what’s viral in our school?
Arya : I didn’t. What’s that?
Linda : Ah … you’re not well informed. I think it’s important for you to stay informed about what’s happening around and sometimes to engage with different perspectives.
Arya : What do you mean? I truly don’t know the news.
Linda : Well, do you know the proverb ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’?
Arya : I do. But what’s the problem?
Linda : Recently there’s a video of a boy competing in an illegal motorcycle race. Do you know who the boy is? He is supposed to be Dewa.
Arya : Dewa, the candidate of our OSIS chairperson?
Linda : Indeed!
Arya : How did you get the news?
Linda : I read it on the social media and almost all students talk about it. What’s your opinion?
Arya : I am not sure if the boy is Dewa. So far I know, he is a good boy. Moreover, being a candidate of the OSIS chairperson will make him think twice before doing something stupid
like that.
Linda : So, you think that the news is fake, don’t you?
Arya : I feel that, but I don’t know the truth. It’s better for us to check and recheck the news. We should not blindly accept everything we hear or read online. Viral news can often be blown out of proportion. It’s hard to know what’s real and what’s not.
Linda : Definitely true!

1. Who are the speakers?
a. Siblings
b. Cousins
c. E-friends
d. Neighbors
e. Classmates

2. Why does Arya think that the news is fake?
a. He is Dewa’s best friend.
b. He knows Dewa as a nice person.
c. Dewa doesn’t have a motorcycle.
d. He didn’t see the event in person.
e. Dewa has never joined a motorcycle race.

3. What will Linda probably do after the conversation?
a. She will contact Dewa for clarification.
b. She will contact the OSIS chairperson.
c. She will write a comment on the news.
d. She will read the news herself on her social media.
e. She will choose Dewa as the new OSIS chairperson.

Read the text for questions 4 to 6.

Here is a post from dr. Mark Hyman, MD. “So it’s not your genes that really determine what happens, it’s what you do to those genes. It’s the food you eat, it’s exercise, it’s stress, it’s
your thoughts, your relationship, your feelings, the toxins, all of it washing over your genes. And the good news is that your genes aren’t your destiny. The single biggest factors driving our health and determining our lifespan are our daily behaviors–things like sleep, and stress management, self-care, connecting with others, community, and finding purpose and meaning. What’s one aspect you’d like to get better at? Is it that you want to spend more time with your friends? Or is it that you want to find a way to manage your stress? Comment below.”

Adopted from: Mark Hyman, MD, March 28, 2023

4. What is the writer’s purpose in writing the post?
a. To express oneself
b. To entertain readers
c. To promote a product
d. To share an experience
e. To provide information

5. From the text we know that ________.
a. a gen is the main factor of one’s destiny
b. daily behaviors are less important than genes
c. sleeping disorder doesn’t influence people’s lifespan
d. thoughts are very significant in determining one’s destiny
e. feeling is the one and only significant factor that influences what’s happening

6. What are the readers supposed to write on the comment column?
a. Their opinions about the post
b. The ways they manage their stress
c. The aspect that they like to get better at
d. The ways to spend their time with friends
e. Their experiences on how to determine their destiny

See the picture for questions 7 and 8.
childhood
Source: seventyfourimages, https://elements.envato.com

7. A child will probably feel ________ when he/she has no freedom to play.
a. sad
b. angry
c. pessimistic
d. unconfident
e. embarrassed

8. “Have they had freedom to play?”
What is the antonym of ‘freedom’?
a. Option
b. Priority
c. Limitation
d. Dependence
e. Independence

Read the dialog for questions 9 to 11.

Edo : Hello, travel vlogger. What will you upload for your channel today?
Dian : Hi, Edo. Did you watch my vlogs?
Edo : I did. Always. They are about trips and travels.
Dian : Well, I am into traveling and I just wanna share my experiences when traveling.
Edo : And you succeed! You have a great ability in expressing your ideas. You share not only your experiences but also beneficial tips when traveling.
Dian : Thanks. Personally, I feel that I’m still developing my skill on how to make good content. I realize that there are so many appealing content out there these days and I am challenged to provide such content in my vlog. You know, it is quite hard to find things that really resonate with other people’s interests.
Edo : I feel that choosing appealing content is a personal taste. But you have fulfilled that of all the readers.
Dian : Why do you think so?
Edo : Watching your vlogs will make viewers feel as if they travel on the places by themselves. You share everything in detail. I must say that your videos are really entertaining, engaging, and informative.
Dian : Thanks for the compliment.

9. Why does Dian think that being a vlogger is challenging?
a. She has difficulties in finding topics for her content.
b. Choosing appealing content is all about a personal taste.
c. Many vloggers share appealing content out there.
d. She is supposed to share topics that she is not interested in.
e. Many people have no interests in watching a vlog about traveling.

10. Edo says, “I feel that choosing appealing content is a personal taste.”
What does he express?
a. He states an opinion.
b. He asks for an opinion.
c. He agrees with an opinion.
d. He disagrees with an opinion.
e. He refuses to give an opinion.

11. Edo feels ________ while watching Dian’s vlogs.
a. proud
b. pleased
c. satisfied
d. confident
e. courageous

Read the text for questions 12 to 14.

Here is a post from Leon Ho.
“Fear is part of human nature. As an entrepreneur, I used to face the fear of failure. My ego and identity became intertwined with my work. I tried as much as I could to avoid failure and mistakes. When things didn’t go as
I planned, I completely shut down. Fortunately, I overcame this unhealthy relationship with fear of failure, and I believe that you can, too.

Fear of failure will cause us to avoid potentially harmful situations, but it will also keep us from reaching our full potential. It keeps us from trying, creates self-doubt, stalls progress, and may lead us to go against our morals. It can
be so strong that avoiding failure eclipses the motivation to succeed.”

Adopted from: Leon Ho, September 29, 2022

12. Why does fear of failure keep us from reaching our potential?
a. We’ll go for our morals.
b. We’ll face harmful situations.
c. We’ll confidently make progress.
d. We’ll never have courage to try.
e. We’ll be encouraged when things don’t go well.

13. Through the post Leon Ho suggests that the readers ________.
a. avoid failure
b. avoid mistakes
c. create self-doubt
d. reach their potential
e. face the fear of failure

14. “… it will also keep us from reaching our full potential.” (Paragraph 1)
What does the word ‘it’ refer to?
a. Fear
b. Failure
c. Our potential
d. Fear of failure
e. A harmful situation

Read the dialog for questions 15 to 17.

Tasya : What do you think of cybercrimes that are occurring via social media recently?
Kenn : I’m really worried about the crimes. More and more people are signing up for profiles on social media for connecting with each other in this virtual world.
Tasya : In your opinion, what are the common cybercrimes on social media?
Kenn : In my view, threating, bullying, harassing, and stalking others online are the most commonly crimes.
Tasya : I agree with you. The issues should be taken seriously. If we feel threatened by a statement made online about us, it’s a good idea to immediately call the police.
Kenn : You’re right. We should not bear crimes to happen on us. Then, what about hacking online?
Tasya : It can be a serious crime, too. Hackers seem to be more and more sophisticated these days. There is proliferation of fake profiles, that legitimate users and post inappropriate or illegal contents.
Kenn : Right. Well, I’m always to be careful about what I do online.
Tasya : That’s good. As I view it, the main cause of a cybercrime is that many people still don’t care about cybersecurity. They use weak passwords, click on suspicious links, and don’t update their software regularly.
Kenn : I agree.

15. What should people do if they feel threatened?
a. They should bear it.
b. They must report it to the police.
c. They must block their social media.
d. They can make content about it.
e. They should share their feelings on social media.

16. What condition can block cybercrimes to take place on social media?
a. People use weak passwords.
b. People click on any links they are tagged.
c. People have a lot of e-friends abroad.
d. People always update their software.
e. People have many accounts on social media.

17. What can we learn from the dialog?
a. We had better avoid social media.
b. We should pay attention to cybersecurity.
c. We should know what cybercrimes are.
d. We’d better have face-to-face communication.
e. We should feel insecure when having a new e-friend.

Read the text for questions 18 to 20.

Here is a post from Mel Robins.
“The next time someone hurts you, ask yourself this:
Did they hurt you by making a mistake?
Did they hurt you because they’re in pain?
Or did they hurt you by continuing a pattern?
There is a BIG difference between these three scenarios.
Mistakes can be forgiven.
Pain can be healed.
But patterns have to be broken.
In fact, on today’s episode of the
#melrobbinspodcast, we are unpacking
betrayal, how to move forward, and take your
power back.
Be prepared to ask yourself some tough-love
kind of questions because like I always say, this
is not just a ‘listening’ podcast, it’s a ‘doing’
podcast.”

Adopted from: Mel Robbins, March 16, 2023

18. Who will be more interested in listening to Mel Robbins’ podcast?
a. Those who hurt others
b. Those who make mistakes
c. Those who want to succeed
d. Those who are broken-hearted
e. Those who are betrayed by others

19. What should we do if a person hurts us due to his/her pain?
a. We forgive his/her mistake.
b. We try to cure the pain.
c. We break the pattern.
d. We avenge him/her.
e. We betray him/her.

20. “Mistakes can be forgiven.”
What is the subject question for the sentence?
a. What can be forgiven?
b. Who can be forgiven?
c. What can mistakes do?
d. Who can forgive mistakes?
e. What mistakes can we forgive?

Kunci Jawaban
 
Read the dialog for questions 1 to 3.

Linda : Did you know what’s viral in our school?
Arya : I didn’t. What’s that?
Linda : Ah … you’re not well informed. I think it’s important for you to stay informed about what’s happening around and sometimes to engage with different perspectives.
Arya : What do you mean? I truly don’t know the news.
Linda : Well, do you know the proverb ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’?
Arya : I do. But what’s the problem?
Linda : Recently there’s a video of a boy competing in an illegal motorcycle race. Do you know who the boy is? He is supposed to be Dewa.
Arya : Dewa, the candidate of our OSIS chairperson?
Linda : Indeed!
Arya : How did you get the news?
Linda : I read it on the social media and almost all students talk about it. What’s your opinion?
Arya : I am not sure if the boy is Dewa. So far I know, he is a good boy. Moreover, being a candidate of the OSIS chairperson will make him think twice before doing something stupid
like that.
Linda : So, you think that the news is fake, don’t you?
Arya : I feel that, but I don’t know the truth. It’s better for us to check and recheck the news. We should not blindly accept everything we hear or read online. Viral news can often be blown out of proportion. It’s hard to know what’s real and what’s not.
Linda : Definitely true!

1. Who are the speakers?
a. Siblings
b. Cousins
c. E-friends
d. Neighbors
e. Classmates

2. Why does Arya think that the news is fake?
a. He is Dewa’s best friend.
b. He knows Dewa as a nice person.
c. Dewa doesn’t have a motorcycle.
d. He didn’t see the event in person.
e. Dewa has never joined a motorcycle race.

3. What will Linda probably do after the conversation?
a. She will contact Dewa for clarification.
b. She will contact the OSIS chairperson.
c. She will write a comment on the news.
d. She will read the news herself on her social media.
e. She will choose Dewa as the new OSIS chairperson.

Read the text for questions 4 to 6.

Here is a post from dr. Mark Hyman, MD. “So it’s not your genes that really determine what happens, it’s what you do to those genes. It’s the food you eat, it’s exercise, it’s stress, it’s
your thoughts, your relationship, your feelings, the toxins, all of it washing over your genes. And the good news is that your genes aren’t your destiny. The single biggest factors driving our health and determining our lifespan are our daily behaviors–things like sleep, and stress management, self-care, connecting with others, community, and finding purpose and meaning. What’s one aspect you’d like to get better at? Is it that you want to spend more time with your friends? Or is it that you want to find a way to manage your stress? Comment below.”

Adopted from: Mark Hyman, MD, March 28, 2023

4. What is the writer’s purpose in writing the post?
a. To express oneself
b. To entertain readers
c. To promote a product
d. To share an experience
e. To provide information

5. From the text we know that ________.
a. a gen is the main factor of one’s destiny
b. daily behaviors are less important than genes
c. sleeping disorder doesn’t influence people’s lifespan
d. thoughts are very significant in determining one’s destiny
e. feeling is the one and only significant factor that influences what’s happening

6. What are the readers supposed to write on the comment column?
a. Their opinions about the post
b. The ways they manage their stress
c. The aspect that they like to get better at
d. The ways to spend their time with friends
e. Their experiences on how to determine their destiny

See the picture for questions 7 and 8.
View attachment 110
Source: seventyfourimages, https://elements.envato.com

7. A child will probably feel ________ when he/she has no freedom to play.
a. sad
b. angry
c. pessimistic
d. unconfident
e. embarrassed

8. “Have they had freedom to play?”
What is the antonym of ‘freedom’?
a. Option
b. Priority
c. Limitation
d. Dependence
e. Independence

Read the dialog for questions 9 to 11.

Edo : Hello, travel vlogger. What will you upload for your channel today?
Dian : Hi, Edo. Did you watch my vlogs?
Edo : I did. Always. They are about trips and travels.
Dian : Well, I am into traveling and I just wanna share my experiences when traveling.
Edo : And you succeed! You have a great ability in expressing your ideas. You share not only your experiences but also beneficial tips when traveling.
Dian : Thanks. Personally, I feel that I’m still developing my skill on how to make good content. I realize that there are so many appealing content out there these days and I am challenged to provide such content in my vlog. You know, it is quite hard to find things that really resonate with other people’s interests.
Edo : I feel that choosing appealing content is a personal taste. But you have fulfilled that of all the readers.
Dian : Why do you think so?
Edo : Watching your vlogs will make viewers feel as if they travel on the places by themselves. You share everything in detail. I must say that your videos are really entertaining, engaging, and informative.
Dian : Thanks for the compliment.

9. Why does Dian think that being a vlogger is challenging?
a. She has difficulties in finding topics for her content.
b. Choosing appealing content is all about a personal taste.
c. Many vloggers share appealing content out there.
d. She is supposed to share topics that she is not interested in.
e. Many people have no interests in watching a vlog about traveling.

10. Edo says, “I feel that choosing appealing content is a personal taste.”
What does he express?
a. He states an opinion.
b. He asks for an opinion.
c. He agrees with an opinion.
d. He disagrees with an opinion.
e. He refuses to give an opinion.

11. Edo feels ________ while watching Dian’s vlogs.
a. proud
b. pleased
c. satisfied
d. confident
e. courageous

Read the text for questions 12 to 14.

Here is a post from Leon Ho.
“Fear is part of human nature. As an entrepreneur, I used to face the fear of failure. My ego and identity became intertwined with my work. I tried as much as I could to avoid failure and mistakes. When things didn’t go as
I planned, I completely shut down. Fortunately, I overcame this unhealthy relationship with fear of failure, and I believe that you can, too.

Fear of failure will cause us to avoid potentially harmful situations, but it will also keep us from reaching our full potential. It keeps us from trying, creates self-doubt, stalls progress, and may lead us to go against our morals. It can
be so strong that avoiding failure eclipses the motivation to succeed.”

Adopted from: Leon Ho, September 29, 2022

12. Why does fear of failure keep us from reaching our potential?
a. We’ll go for our morals.
b. We’ll face harmful situations.
c. We’ll confidently make progress.
d. We’ll never have courage to try.
e. We’ll be encouraged when things don’t go well.

13. Through the post Leon Ho suggests that the readers ________.
a. avoid failure
b. avoid mistakes
c. create self-doubt
d. reach their potential
e. face the fear of failure

14. “… it will also keep us from reaching our full potential.” (Paragraph 1)
What does the word ‘it’ refer to?
a. Fear
b. Failure
c. Our potential
d. Fear of failure
e. A harmful situation

Read the dialog for questions 15 to 17.

Tasya : What do you think of cybercrimes that are occurring via social media recently?
Kenn : I’m really worried about the crimes. More and more people are signing up for profiles on social media for connecting with each other in this virtual world.
Tasya : In your opinion, what are the common cybercrimes on social media?
Kenn : In my view, threating, bullying, harassing, and stalking others online are the most commonly crimes.
Tasya : I agree with you. The issues should be taken seriously. If we feel threatened by a statement made online about us, it’s a good idea to immediately call the police.
Kenn : You’re right. We should not bear crimes to happen on us. Then, what about hacking online?
Tasya : It can be a serious crime, too. Hackers seem to be more and more sophisticated these days. There is proliferation of fake profiles, that legitimate users and post inappropriate or illegal contents.
Kenn : Right. Well, I’m always to be careful about what I do online.
Tasya : That’s good. As I view it, the main cause of a cybercrime is that many people still don’t care about cybersecurity. They use weak passwords, click on suspicious links, and don’t update their software regularly.
Kenn : I agree.

15. What should people do if they feel threatened?
a. They should bear it.
b. They must report it to the police.
c. They must block their social media.
d. They can make content about it.
e. They should share their feelings on social media.

16. What condition can block cybercrimes to take place on social media?
a. People use weak passwords.
b. People click on any links they are tagged.
c. People have a lot of e-friends abroad.
d. People always update their software.
e. People have many accounts on social media.

17. What can we learn from the dialog?
a. We had better avoid social media.
b. We should pay attention to cybersecurity.
c. We should know what cybercrimes are.
d. We’d better have face-to-face communication.
e. We should feel insecure when having a new e-friend.

Read the text for questions 18 to 20.

Here is a post from Mel Robins.
“The next time someone hurts you, ask yourself this:
Did they hurt you by making a mistake?
Did they hurt you because they’re in pain?
Or did they hurt you by continuing a pattern?
There is a BIG difference between these three scenarios.
Mistakes can be forgiven.
Pain can be healed.
But patterns have to be broken.
In fact, on today’s episode of the
#melrobbinspodcast, we are unpacking
betrayal, how to move forward, and take your
power back.
Be prepared to ask yourself some tough-love
kind of questions because like I always say, this
is not just a ‘listening’ podcast, it’s a ‘doing’
podcast.”

Adopted from: Mel Robbins, March 16, 2023

18. Who will be more interested in listening to Mel Robbins’ podcast?
a. Those who hurt others
b. Those who make mistakes
c. Those who want to succeed
d. Those who are broken-hearted
e. Those who are betrayed by others

19. What should we do if a person hurts us due to his/her pain?
a. We forgive his/her mistake.
b. We try to cure the pain.
c. We break the pattern.
d. We avenge him/her.
e. We betray him/her.

20. “Mistakes can be forgiven.”
What is the subject question for the sentence?
a. What can be forgiven?
b. Who can be forgiven?
c. What can mistakes do?
d. Who can forgive mistakes?
e. What mistakes can we forgive?

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