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lan text of report about the creatures below. Use the text organization available.

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Text Organization

General Classification


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Language Features.

1. Technical term

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Description

  • Parts

  • Qualities

  • Habit/behaviours

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Description.

1. “Timeless” present tense

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2. Relational(linking verbs)

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3. General Participants

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4. Quantifiers

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5. Action verb

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  • Show the draft to your teacher and keep it as Portfolio

Activity 15

You got a post card from your best friend, Bayu Arga Kusuma, From Matesih Karanganyar. Read the post card below. Understand its message. Make a reply trough a postcard, too.


Dear Indri,


I would like to tell you about .

Three days ago. I went to Karimun Jawa island

with my family. It was a great experience. You Know what!.

I did snorkeling and I found a lot of sea creatures.

I also took some photograph of special sea creatures.

I’ll show you later.

Tell me about your holiday. Where did you go. Please Indri Wuryaningsih

Tell me. Jl. Veteran 82

Cheers Sukoharjo

Aditya Central Java



Stamp

Write your reply here.

Stamp

UJI KOMPETENSI 2


  1. Choose the correct answer by crossing A,B,C,D or E

Text 1.

Whale


Whale are sea-living mammals. They, therefore, breathe air but cannot survive on land. Some species are very large indeed and the blue whale, which can exceed 30 metres length , is the largest animal to have lived on earth. Superficially, the whale looks rather like a fish, but there are important differences in its external structure. Its tail consists of a pair of broad, flat horizontal paddles, compared with the tail of fish that is vertical. It has a single nostril on top of its large, broad head. The skin is smooth and shiny and beneath it lies of fat. This is up to 30 cm in thickness and serves to conserve heat and body fluid.
01. Sandy : The genre of the text above belongs to…….

Harun : ……………….



  1. narrative

  2. recount

  3. report

  4. descriptive

02. Beni : What is the purpose of the text above ?

Beno : It is to ……………..


  1. entertain people

  2. amuse people

  3. inform people about natural phenomena

  4. give step by step understanding about natural phenomena

03. Malisa : What is the generic structure of the text?

Merry : ………………….


  1. General description – Detailed classification

  2. General classification –detailed description

  3. General News worthy event – Background description

  4. General classification – background description

04. Nano : What tense is used ?

Nina : Based on my observation it uses …………


  1. simple present tense

  2. simple past tense

  3. simple future tense

  4. past future tense

05. Hartono : What makes whale different from the other sea creatures?

Sugiyanto : it is ………


  1. reptile

  2. amphibian

  3. bird

  4. mammal

06. Dani : What is the biggest mammals on earth?

Sari : it is …………..


  1. black whale

  2. blue whale

  3. white whale

  4. green while

07. Dr. Lazaruz : What is the biggest difference between whale and fish?

Dr. Nanung : In their ……………….


  1. external structure

  2. internal structure

  3. abdominal structure

  4. fat layer

08. ……….. and beneath it lies of fat. The word it refers to..

A.. tail

B. paddles

C. nostril

D. Skin
09. This is up to 30 cm in thickness and serves to conserve heat and body fluid. The synonym of the

underlined word is ……


  1. acts

  2. functions

  3. uses

  4. meets

10. Whale can not live at……



  1. ocean

  2. water

  3. land

  4. sea

11. Mrs. Budiman sometimes …………….flower in the garden.



  1. to pick up

  2. picks up

  3. picked up

  4. picking up

12. It is hard for me to find my purse. It ………have lost.



  1. could

  2. may

  3. might

  4. must

13. Diandra looks pale . She ………….visit a doctor



  1. should

  2. could

  3. would

  4. might

14. Mr. Alessandro likes football ……….his wife doesn’t



  1. and

  2. or

  3. but

  4. nor

15. Mr. Sandwich : Which one do you prefer , pancake …….French Fries?

Mr. Butter : Oh, I like pancake



  1. and

  2. or

  3. but

  4. nor

16. Mr. Agus is ……………….than Mr. Pranowo



  1. handsome

  2. more handsome

  3. most handsome

  4. as handsome as

17. Deni : How is your condition

Jono : I am getting …………………than yesterday


  1. good

  2. gooder

  3. goodest

  4. better

18. You will come to my birthday party, ……….?



  1. will you

  2. won’t you

  3. do you

  4. don’t you

19. I am very happy this morning,……?



  1. are I

  2. aren’t I

  3. am I

  4. am no I

20. I planted a mango tree a year ago. It ……..higher and higher.

A. tastes

B. smells

C. grows

D. has



  1. One of the iguanas …..my uncle’s pet.

A. is

B. are


C. was

D. were



  1. Dolphin are sea mammals. What characteristics does the sentence contain?

A. Singular, verb, past tense

B. Singular, linking verb, present tense

C. Plural, verbs, past tense

D. Plural, linking verb, present tense


23. X : Tell us. Where did you go yesterday?

Y : I went to Pasar Klewer Solo

X : ………………… It is not clear

Y : I went to pasar Klewer Solo



  1. do you agree?

  2. I have no doubt

  3. Pardon me?

  4. I’m sure

24. X : Can you help me?

Y : ……………. I can’t hear you

X : Can you help me. I need to cross the road.

The following are the possible answers, except…


  1. excuse me?

  2. I beg your pardon

  3. Repeat please

  4. I beg you apologize me

25. Rina : Look ! I always get ten at English test

Anita : …. .

Which of the following utterances that expresses Anita’s admiration to Rina.

A. That’s awful

B. That’s not your fault

C. You’re really dull

D. You ‘re really clever

ULANGAN HARIAN 2

A. Choose the correct answer by crossing A,B,C,D or E


Text 1

Piranha fish are the fiercest animals in the world. They live in the fresh water rivers of South America, from Venezuela to Northern Argentina. These fish hunt in groups, called schools. They usually eat other fish smaller than themselves. Sometimes Piranhas will attack and eat each other.

There are about 18 kinds of piranha fish. Only four kinds attack man. Piranhas have large head and short thick bodies. They are usually about 20 cm ( 9 inches long) but one kind can be as much as 60 cm (two feet). It lives in the Sao Francisco river from Eastern Brazil. It is one of the most dangerous fish.

The most noticeable thing about Piranha fish is the large mouth. The mouth has a lot of triangular teeth with sharp point. The points pierce the skin of the prey. The razor sharp edges of the teeth chop out pieces of flesh. The teeth of the upper and lower jaws fit together like scissors. The muscles moving the jaws are big and very powerful.

On the back of the Piranha fish there is a ridge called a keel. There is another keel running along it belly. The tail is slender and muscular. Its tail fins are broad. All these features held the piranha to swim fast through the water. The piranha fish eat a large South American rat-like animal, called a Capybara, weighing 50 kilos ( 100 ponds) to a skeleton in less than 60 seconds.
01. What is the social function of the text above ?


  1. To explain .

  2. To retell events

  3. To amuse the readers

  4. To describe

02. What are schools in the text mean .... .



  1. Piranha fish are the fiercest animals in the world.

  2. Piranhas will attack and eat each other.

  3. Piranha fish has a large mouth

  4. Piranhas fish hunt in groups

03. These are the characteristics of piranha, EXCEPT ... .



  1. They live in the fresh water rivers.

  2. They usually eat other fish smaller than themselves

  3. Piranha fish has large mouth with of triangular teeth with sharp point.

  4. The muscles moving the jaws are small and very weak

04. The razor sharp edges of the teeth chop out pieces of flesh.

The synonym of the underlined word is .... .


  1. give up c. cut

  2. throw away d. bend

05. Why can piranha swim fast through the water.



  1. Piranha fish has a ridge

  2. there is another keel running along its belly

  3. they live in the fresh water rivers of South America

  4. the tail is slender and muscular

Text 2


Cheetahs are members of the cat family and are the world’s fastest land animals. They inhabit open grasslands and scrub in Africa, southern Asia and Middle East.

Cheetahs are often mistaken for leopards and have many similar features.

Their distinguishing marks are the long, teardrop-shaped lines on each side of the nose from the corner of the eyes to the mouth.

The animals have muscular and powerful bodies which are aerodynamically perfect for short, fast runs. Their bendy backs keep the body flexible as they sprint.

They can accelerate from standing to 40 mph in three strides and to a full speed of 70 mph within seconds. Cheetah’s feet are like running shoes and have grips and spikes to dig into the ground. The grips are special ridges on the animal’s footpads and the claws act as spikes. These claws stay out all the time. This is different from other cats, whose claws tuck away in special sheaths in their paws.

Cheetah are carnivores and eat gazelle and small antelope. A long tail helps the cheetah keep its balance as it serves after its prey, using large eyes that point forward to judge distance accurately. Once the cheetah has pounched, the victim is gripped by the throat to stop it breathing. However, the cheetah has weak jaws and small teeth and cannot always protect its kills or its young, especially if tired out after a run.

Female cheetahs gave birth to an average of three young that they rear by themselves. Once fully grown, the animals usually live alone, though males sometimes form small groups. Most cheetahs live about twelve years.

Cheetah are now an endangered species and many conservationists are trying to help protect the habitats of these interesting creatures.


06. What is the social function of the text above ?

  1. To amuse the readers

  2. To describe the cheetah

  3. To retell events of carnivores

  4. To explain the process involved in the cheetah.

07. Based on the text above what are cheetahs classified into?

Cheetah are .... .


  1. Herbivores

  2. mammal

  3. omnivores

  4. carnivores

08. Which of the following is NOT TRUE based on the text ?

  1. Cheetahs are the same creature with leopards.

  2. Cheetahs have muscular and powerful bodies.

  3. Cheetahs kill their preys by gripping their throat to stop them breathing

  4. Female cheetahs usually give birth three babies.

09. Their bendy backs keep the body flexible as they sprint.(prg 4). The underlined word refers to..

a. leopard

b. cheetah

c. cat family

d. gazelle


10. Cheetah are now an endangered species and many conservationists are trying to help protect the

habitats of these interesting creatures.

The synonym of the underlined word is ….

a. to endanger

b. to keep

c. to guard

d. to save
Text 3.

The white pelican is one of the most successful fish eating birds. The success is largely due to its command hunting behaviour. A group, perhaps two dozens birds, will gather in a curved arc some distance offshore, beating the water furiously with their wings, driving the fish before them.

When the water is shallow enough for the birds to reach the fish, the formation breaks up as each bird dip its bill into the water to scoop up its meal. As the bird lifts its head, the water drains from its bill leaving the fish which are then swallowed.

Pelicans are among the oldest group of birds, Fossils of this genus have been found dating back 40 millions years.

11. X :Why is White Pelican called as the most successful fish eating bird?

Y : I think it is because…..



  1. its two dozen birds gather together

  2. its command hunting behaviour

  3. its curved arc

  4. its beating the water furiously

12. X : How do they hunt for fish?

Y : they do it ….


  1. Individually

  2. One by one

  3. In a group

  4. With other animals

13. X : How do they beat the sea water?

Y : …..


  1. largely

  2. clearly

  3. furiously

  4. quietly

14. X : What is the main idea of the text above?

Y : It is about…


  1. The death of White Pelican

  2. The history of White Pelican

  3. The breeding behaviour of White Pelican

  4. The Hunting behaviour of White Pelican

15. X :How old was the fossil of the Pelican ?

Y : ……


  1. 20 million years

  2. 30 million years

  3. 40 million years

  4. 50 million years

16. … beating the water furiously with their wings, driving the fish before them.(prg 1). The underlined

word refers to…


  1. fish

  2. White Pelican

  3. Birds

  4. A group

17. … When the water is shallow enough for the birds to reach the fish (prg. 2). The underlined word has

the similar meaning with..


  1. quite

  2. too

  3. more

  4. much

18. The text above is belong to ………..genre.



  1. report

  2. narrative

  3. recount

  4. procedure

19. The generic structure of the text above is….



  1. orientation – events –reorientation

  2. orientation- events – twist

  3. General classification – detail description

  4. Goal – steps

20. What is the purpose of the text?



  1. Describing a natural phenomena

  2. Entertaining audience

  3. How to do something

  4. Explaining how to do something

PERSIAPAN UJIAN AKHIR SEMESTER


A. Choose the correct answer by crossing A,B,C,D or E

Text 1


Do you know Rhinoceros?. Where do you see it?. Rhinoceros are big and heavy animals. They are also quiet. They pay little attention to the surroundings. Rhinoceros eat grass like horses. They have one or two horns above their nostrils. There are five types of rhinoceros in the world. Two types are in Africa, the black and the white rhinoceroses. Three others are in India, Sumatra and Java. The Javanese and the Indian have only one horn. The Sumatran type is the smallest . A Sumatran rhinoceros can be one meter or somewhat more up to the shoulder . It can one ton in weight . The white African is the biggest. It can be twice higher and three times in weight.

01. .Aprilia : How is Rhinoceros natural character?

Sandy : It has ………….character.


  1. anger

  2. calm

  3. fierce

  4. mad

02. Budi : How many types of rhinoceros are there in Africa?

Ery : there are ………..types.


  1. one

  2. two

  3. three

  4. four

03. Naning : What type of Rhinoceros is the smallest?

Fatonah : I think it is ………….type.


  1. African

  2. Asian

  3. Javanese

  4. Sumatran

04. The text above is belong to ………..genre.



  1. report

  2. narrative

  3. recount

  4. procedure

05. The generic structure of the text above is….



  1. orientation – events –reorientation

  2. orientation- events – twist

  3. General classification – detail description

D Goal – steps

06. What is the purpose of the text?

A. Describing a natural phenomena

B. Entertaining audience

C. How to do something


  1. Explaining how to do something

07. What kind of tenses is mostly used in the text above?



  1. Simple present tense

  2. Present continuous tense

  3. Simple past tense

  4. Past continuous tense

Text 2.


Computer is part of our daily life today. Computer are machines that handle information automatically. They can perform calculation and the process data. Computers can work with numbers to solve problems in a few second. Computer can remember a great deal of information and make practically no mistakes. That’s why computer are widely used in a places such as banks, offices, and companies.

Computer works like calculator. We tell them what to do by pressing various button. To do the same work, we can gives series of instruction to a computer. We call this computer program. If we set up a program the computer can provides other information, such as list number, letters, words or even graph or pictures. Once we provide program the computer can do all this work automatically without further help or instruction.

08. John : According to the text, What is the computer for?

Smith : it is used for…..



  1. Typing without mistakes

  2. Giving us code

  3. Handling information

  4. Making us happy

09. Dodo : What does paragraph 2 tell us about?

Dudi : It tells about…….


  1. How to set up the program

  2. How computer works

  3. What computer can do

  4. What a man can do with computers

10. Ade’ : What are stored by computer?

Aa’ : It stores…..(except)


  1. pictures

  2. screen

  3. letters

  4. numbers

11. Dania : What is needed by computer to run?

Solichin : It needs …….


  1. gas

  2. electricity

  3. gasoline

  4. lubricant

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