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Once upon a time, there were a king and his queen who lived in the Kingdom of Belinyu. They didn't have any child. Until one night, the queen had a dream of a turtle. It said that the queen would have a baby, and she had to give aKomala necklace to her baby. The queen woke up and she was holding a Komala necklace in her hand. She told her dream to the king, and he was very happy. Shortly, the queen's dream became reality, she delivered a beautiful babygirl. The king named her, Komala. She grew up as a pretty girl, however, she had a bad attitude because her parents always spoiled her too much.
One day, Komala heard her parents were talking about the turtle in her mother's dream. She thought that the turtle was very interesting animal, so she wanted it as her pet. She insisted to find it, and the king allowed her to look for the animal.
Accompanied with the king's guards, Komala searched the turtle, and finally, she found it in a beach. She shouted to it, "Penyu busuk wait for me", in several times, but the turtle kept swimming. Komala ran after it into the sea, she tried to catch it. Until then she finally drowned and disappeared, and all of her guards could not save her. Now, people call the beach, penyusuk.
1.What does the story tell us?
A. A bad attitude girl.
B. A kingdom in Belinyu.
C. The legend of Penyu busuk.
D. The legend of Penyusuk beach.
2.What is the main idea of the last paragraph?
A. The King permitted Komala to find the turtle.
B. The celebration of Komala's birthday.
C. Komala drowned into the sea.
D. The turtle disappeared.
3.Komala had a bad attitude because ....
A. she was a princess
B. her father was a king
C. she was a beautiful girl
D. her parents spoiled her very much
4.Until then she finally drowned .... (last paragraph).
The synonym of the word "drowned" is ....
A. disappeared C. swam
B. floated D. sank
5.The good arrangement of the sentences below is ...
1. The next day the old man’s son went to the fields to ride his camel. Then, an accident happened and he broke his leg. “That’s bad luck!” the neighbors said. The old man thought for a minute and said, “Maybe it is. Maybe it isn’t.”
2. Two days later a general visited the village and took all the young men into
the army. The old man’s son didn’t go because he broke his leg. “That’s
good luck!” the neighbors said. The old man thought for a minute and said,
“Maybe it is. Maybe it isn’t.”
3. This story doesn’t have an ending, but it helps us to think about our lives.
4. Once upon a time there were a poor man and his son who lived in a small village.
5. One day the king visited the village and gave the old man’s son a beautiful camel. When the son took his camel home, all the neighbors said, “The camel will be a good luck.” The old man thought for a minute and said, “Maybe it will. Maybe it will not.”
A. 4 2 1 3 5 C. 4 5 3 2 1
B. 4 1 2 5 3 D. 4 5 1 2 3
A farmer met his nephew at the bus station. “Uncle, I’m so happy to see you,” he greeted. “The big basket of chickens that you sent me was opened when I was going to take the chickens out and they ran all over the place. I chased them through my neighbour’s yard and only got back eleven.” “You did it very well,’said the uncle. “But I only sent you six.”
6.Where did the farmer meet his nephew?
A. at the neighbour’s yard
B. at the uncle’s house
C. at the bus station
D. at the nephew’s house
7.How many chickens did the farmer actually give to his nephew?
A. eleven B. six C. four D. two
Jaka Tarub was one of the ordinary people who got married with beautiful goddess, dewi nawangwulan. It was told in the story that young Jaka Tarub was a villager who liked to study reading Al Qur’an. He also liked you help his parents cultivating their rice fields. When he grew up, he was very handsome. Everybody admired him.
One day he got very serious ill. All of the villagers were very sorry about it especially Jaka Tarub’s. other who was very anxious with his illness. Only is a few days Jaka Tarub’s whole skin itched and got abscess and this made his face ugly. All of the efforts had been done to cure him from his illness but they couldn’t help him until there was a priest who told him to bath in the lake during the full moon for several times. Jaka tarub did what the priest ordered, and finally he recovered from his illness. One day, when he was still in the lake, he met a beautiful Goddess, Dewi Nawangwulan, they fell in love each other. Finally they got married.
8.What was Jaka tarub’s occupation?
a. Fisherman b.Farmer c. Priest d. Medicine man
9.The last paragraph talks about how Jaka tarub …
a. Found a wife b. Got sick c. Worked in the field d. Met the priest
10.Jaka Tarub became ugly because of …
a. The Goddess b. His adolescence
c. His carelessness d. His illness
11.“…and finally he recovered from his illness…”
The underlined word means got …
12.Arrange the sentences into a meaningful narrative text !
1. Finally, the fox took it and ran away
2. Long time ago there was a crow
3. Suddenly the fox came up and asked for her cheese
4. Then, the fox said that she had beautiful voice
5. One day she ate a big piece of cheese
6. At the moment she opened her beak, the cheese fell over
7. However, she did not give it to the fox
8. After that the crow sang a song
A. 2 – 5 – 3 – 7 – 4 – 8 – 6 – 1 C. 2 – 3 – 7 – 8 – 1 – 4 – 5 – 6
B. 2 – 4 – 1 – 3 – 7 – 8 – 5 – 6 D. 2 – 6 – 7 – 3 – 8 – 5 – 4 – 1
Once there lived a rich king. His name was Midas.However he was not happy because he wanted to be the richest king all around the world. One day as Midas sat on his throne, his servant came to him with an old man. “ Master, “ said the servant.”We have found this person around your orchard. He’s Silenus, the friend
of the god Bacchus.” Midas had an idea. He welcomed the old man as his guest for ten days. At the end of the ten days, Midas took Silenus back to the god Bacchus. Bacchus was very happy to see his lost friend. He said to Midas,” I will grant you any wish you make.” Midas was very happy. Then, he asked everything he touched would turn into gold. On his return to his place, Midas tried out his new power. Everything he touched, it became gold.Then, he went for a walk in the garden. His children ran up to him. Without thinking he touched his children and instantly they turned into little gold statues. Midas cried. He hurried to Bacchus. Bacchus felt sorry for Midas and ordered him to go to the River Pactolus and wash his hands in its water. This would take away the golden touch. Midas had found out that all gold in the world did not bring any happiness.
13.Why did Bacchus give everything that Midas wished?
a. Because Midas was his best friend
b. Because Midas was a rich king
c. Because Midas had sent Silenus back
d. Because Midas wanted to be the richest king
14.Bacchus told Midas how to get rid=clean=clear=membersihkan X litter of the golden touch.
Based on the text, this statement is called . . . .
a. orientation b. complication c. resolution d. reorientation