|Teks analytical exposition beserta soal jawaban: Texting while driving|
The following text is for questions 1 to 4.
The popularity of mobile devices has had some dangerous consequences. We know that mobile communications are linked to a significant increase in distracted driving which results in injury and loss of life.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that in 2010 driver distraction was the cause of 18 percent of all fatal crashes – with 3,092 people killed – and crashes resulting in an injury – with 416,000 people wounded.
The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute found that text messaging creates a crash risk 23 times worse than driving while not distracted.
Eleven percent of drivers aged 18 to 20 who were involved in an automobile accident and survived admitted they were sending or receiving texts when they crashed. Distracted driving endangers life and property and the current levels of injury and loss are unacceptable.
1. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The warning of texting and driving.
B. The debatable issue of texting and driving.
C. The involvement of mobile devices while driving.
D. The risks of texting while driving.
E. The consequences of not paying attention traffic.
2. What does the passage tell us about the writer’s opinion on the issue at hand?
A. Text messaging creates more risk than undistracted driving.
B. Mobile communication doesn’t have relation with accident.
C. Many people lost their live because of injury.
D. Distracted driving is still safe for the drivers.
E. Only adult drivers involved in the accident.
3. From the text, we know that …
A. The mobile phone should be banned in the street.
B. Distracted driving makes accident more rarely to happen.
C. Most of the accident caused by the condition of the road.
D. 18 percent of fatal crashes were caused by unnoticed street signs.
E. Drivers involved in car accidents admitted they were texting when they crashed.
4. Distracted driving endangers life, … it is not an acceptable action.
Sumber: Soal asli UN SMA/MA IPA 2016/2017