Contoh Narative Text Dengan Generic Strukturnya

Contoh narative text dengan generic strukturnya

Jawaban 1:

There was once an arrogant hare who wanted to prove that he was better than everybody else, so he chose the slowest animal in the county, the tortoise, and invited him to a five mile race.The tortoise accepted his challenge and trained hard for the event, while the hare walked around boasting that he was going to humiliate the tortoise and make him look stupid.The day of the race dawned. The tortoise set off at a slow and steady pace, while the hare was dancing around laughing at him; other animals were laughing too, including the rabbit, the badger, and even the little hedgehog.The hare became exhausted from all his dancing around, so he decided to have a nap. When he awoke, he realised that a few hours had passed and the tortoise was nowhere to be seen. The hare panicked and ran the whole course as fast as he could, which was very fast indeed.As he reached the top of the final hill, he could see the finish line in the distance, with the tortoise walking slowly across it, the victor.
Narrative text: Generic StructureAs we all know that a narrative should explore problems among the charracters which lead into an interesting plot of the story. This plot determine the narrative story whether it runs smoothly or not. Well, the following note is the generic structure from the story of Hare and Tortoise.Orientation: It clearly states that the participants are the hare and the tortoise who live in once time.Complication: From the second, third, and forth parragraphs, we see that the major complication is set by the arogant hare. In the firs scene, hare and his suppoeters tried to humiliate tortoise while in the same time the tortoise was practicing hard. Because hare thought it was safe, he took a nap, but that was his big mistake.Resolution: The story of hare and tortoise is closed with the scene of tortoise winning the race. It was a bed and sad ending for hare but it was the victory of tortoise.

Pertanyaan Terkait

Artinya caution tripping hazard ?

Jawaban 1:

Hati-hati bahaya tersandung

Jawaban 2:

Hati-hati tersandung

Materi tentang Giving, Attention the speaker????

Please dong......!!!

Jawaban 1:

Giving Attention
1.      The Definition of Gaining AttentionGaining attention is a way or expression that is spoken so that other people will pay their attention to what we want to.2.      Expressions We Can Use to Ask Other People Attention Here are some expressions we can use to ask aother people attention.1)     Attention, please!2)     May/can I have your attention, please?3)     Look!4)     Look here!5)     Excuse me!6)     Excuse me, look here!7)     Listen to me, please.8)     Waiter?9)     I’m sorry, but ….10)Wow, really?11)Excuse me, look here, please.12)I’m listening. Example :  Some of the examples by which you can showcase your keen attention to detail to the interviewer are:
1. Talk about job role specifications and try understanding the deliverables. Ask questions.
2. Try exhibiting your knowledge about the organization, the teams involved, the current market scenario and how the organization is trying to tackle the situations.
Lack of attention to detail
Lack of attention to detail is not really a good trait.
In fact, it is something that most of the employers look down upon. After all, no one wants to hire a lazy bum who pays no attention to details!
How to improve attention to details
Anyone can improve his/her attention to details. All that is required is an intent and focus to achieve it. Perhaps, the best way to develop the trait is to start paying attention to things around you

5 contoh kalimat giving instructions

Jawaban 1:

1.I think it's good idea
2.Well,I must say
3.I personally think that
4.In my options

Jawaban 2:

Giving Instruction 1 - Class Secrets
Get the group together and ask for a volunteer to leave the room! Once they’ve gone, think of a ‘secret’ about that person, for example, it’s their birthday, or they’re having an affair with the college principal. That kind of thing. When they come back in, they have to guess the secret truth about themselves by asking questions. The rest of the group give clues. A great icebreaker, this one always raises a laugh.

Giving Instruction 2 - Simon Says
A party game that works well with English students as a way of practising listening to and understanding commands. The teacher says a number of simple commands, such as, ‘Put your hands on your head!’, ‘Stand on one leg!’ or ‘Start humming!’, and the students have to do what you say – but only if you have prefaced the command with ‘Simon says...’. If you don’t say ‘Simon says...’ and the student follows the command, they are out, and the game resumes until there is a winner.

Giving Instruction 3 - Party Invitations
The whole class sits in a circle! Tell them that it’s your birthday next week and that you’re planning a birthday party. They are all invited... but on one condition. They must bring you a present, and it must be something that you really want. Each student in turn tells you what they will bring to give you on your birthday. You will either tell them that they can come, or that they are not invited. This depends on what they offer to bring you. The item they’re going to bring must begin with the same letter as your first name. If it does, they can come; if it doesn’t, they can’t. For example, if your name is Lucy and they offer to bring ‘a lemon’ as a present, they will be welcome. If they offer to bring ‘a bottle of wine’ they will be given short shrift! This game is hilarious, as some students will twig onto your ‘unspoken rule’ fairly early on, while some won’t get it at all, however obvious you make it!

Giving Instruction 4 - Something’s Different
Get the whole class together! Ask one of them to leave the room, then get the remaining students to change five things about the classroom. For example, you could put a chair on a table, or get two students to swap jumpers, or anything – so long as it’s not too subtle. Then bring the student back in and get them to guess what changes you have made.

Giving Instruction 5 - Whispering Trees
Get the students standing in a line! Stand at one end and whisper a short phrase or sentence in the ear of the student next to you. For example, you could say, ‘My dad once met Bernard Cribbins in a bus queue in Dover.’ Each student repeats the phrase to their neighbour until you get to the end of the line, when the last student tells the class the sentence they heard, and you can reveal what the original sentence was. A good game for practising listening and speaking skills.

What is the purpose of report text! then write the text organisation of genre 

Jawaban 1:

The purpose of a report is to describe and classify information

Jawaban 2:

Report text tujuannya untuk mendeskirpsikan hal yang umum ( Describe something in general ), contoh: Birds (class Aves or clade Avialae) are feathered, winged, two-legged, warm-blooded, egg-laying vertebrates. Aves ranks as the tetrapod class with the most living species, approximately ten thousand. Extant birds belong to the subclass Neornithes, living worldwide and ranging in size from the 5 cm (2 in) Bee Hummingbird to the 2.75 m (9 ft) Ostrich. 

Bedakan dengan Descriptive text, kalau descrpitive text itu biasanya hal - hal yang ber kelompok, contoh: The Common Raven is a large, all-black passerine bird. Found across the northern hemisphere, it is the most widely distributed of all corvids. There are at least eightsubspecies with little variation in appearance, although there are significant genetic differences among populations from various regions.

yang Report text itu hanya membahas Birds , sedangkan yang Descriptive text  itu menjelaskan jenis burung Common Raven ,  itu yang membedakan descriptive sama report text.

Percakapan bahasa inggris tentang kebersihan?

Jawaban 1:

A: Hey what are you doing now
B: Hey.do not i just clean up a very dirty clas i dont like
A: owhhh its like you need help,may i help you clean up?
B: yeas of course 

Jawaban 2:

A: Need a hand?
B: Sure.
A: Everyone seems so busy with their class displays. Am I missing something?
B: You must be new here. People are busy cleaning up. It’s Clean Saturday!
A: So Saturday is the day isn’t it?
B: Right.
A: Nice to know that people still care about their environment.
B: You’re really something. Let’s finish this

timo:Why didn't Didi want to go home? gerard:his mother ... him for causing the car accident.   a.would blame b.blames c.had blamed d.blamed

Jawaban 1:

Jawaban : 
a. Would blame

Apa itu sih passive dan active voice dan jelaskan

Jawaban 1:

Berikut merupakan rumus dan contoh active dan passive voice di tiap-tiap tensis:
Present Passive Voice
a.    Simple Present Tense ·         Active              S + V1 + O Contoh : 1.    Jumaidi buys the car. 2.    He eat soup every sunday
·         Passive           S + is/am/are + V3 Contoh : 1.    The car is bought by Jumaidi. 2.    Soup is eaten by him every Sunday
b.    Present Continuous Tense ·         Active              S + is/am/are + V-ing Contoh : 1.    Andhika is cooking a fried rice. 2.    They are singing a song
·         Passive           S + is/am/are + being + V3 Contoh : 1.    A fried rice is being cooked by Andhika. 2.    A song is being sung by Them.
c.    Present Perfect Tense ·         Active              S + has/have + V3 Contoh : 1.    She has written a homework. 2.    Chaerul have directed the movie.
·         Passive           S + have/has + been + V3 Contoh : 1.    A homework has been written by her. 2.    The movie have been directed by Chaerul.
d.    Present Perfect Continuous Tense ·         Active              S + has/have + been + V-ing Contoh : 1.    Parmin has been killing a snake. 2.    Shinta have been helping the old man.
·         Passive           S + have/has + been + being + V3 Contoh : 1.    A snake has been being killed by Parmin. 2.    The old man have been being helped by Shinta.
Past Passive Voice

Jawaban 2:

Pasive voice itu cnthny macan ditendang ardi jadi kalimatnya itu predikat ditamh kt dpn di jdi klo di bhs inggrisnya itu ada yg diubah tempatnya

Tolong berikan contoh recount text yang jarang orang ketahui

Jawaban 1:

1. Watching Movie

My sister and I went to see a film last night. It was an American movie called The Lost Flight. It showed how people can quickly change when they have to look after themselves in the jungle. It was an interesting film about a plane which crashed on a small empty island in the Pacific Ocean.
Although the passengers were safe, nobody knew where the plane had crashed. So the passengers had to learn how to hunt for food in the jungle and how to catch fish from the sea to eat. After a few weeks, the passengers were eating raw fish and meat.
After they had been on the island for two months, three of the men made a boat and sailed away to find help. But their boat sank and they were drowned.
The film ended without saying whether the passengers were rescued or not. But my sister and I enjoyed the film.

Jawaban 2:

GOING CAMPING : Last weekend, my friends and i went camping. we reached the camping gound after we walked for about one and a half from the parking lot. we built the camp next to a small river. it was getting darker and colder, so we built a fire camp. the next day, we spent our time observing plantation and insects while the girls were preparing meals. in the afternoon we went to the river and caught some fish for supper. at night, we held a fire camp night. we sang, danced, read poetry, played magic tricks, and even some of us peformed a standing comedy. on monday, we packed our bags and got ready to go home.

Contoh deskriptif teks hewan dalam b.inggris (2 paragraf)

Jawaban 1:

It is tall. It has long neck. It eats leaves. It have big heart. ( giraffe)

This is the biggest animal in the world. It lives on the sea. It's about 25 m long. (blue whale)

This is a big animal. It can eat about 136 kg of plants in a day. (Elephant)

It is a wild animal. it can run up to about 100 km per hour (Cheetah)

It is a wild animal. It lives on sea. It is very dangerous. It have sharp teeth. It not attack human ( shark)

Jawaban 2:

African Giraffes are one of the world's tallest mammals. They are well known for their long necks, long legs, and spotted patterns.African Giraffes have small "horns" or knobs on top of their heads that grow to be about five inches long. These knobs are used to protect the head in fights.

Male giraffes are larger than females. Males weigh between 2,400 and 3,000 pounds and stand up to 19 feet tall! Female giraffes weigh between 1,600 and 2,600 pounds and grow to be 16 feet tall. Giraffe populations are relatively stable. Healthy giraffes live about 25 years in the wild.

African Giraffes can be found in central, eastern and southern Africa. African Giraffes live in the savannas of Africa, where they roam freely among the tall trees, arid land, dense forests and open plains.

Their long necks help giraffes eat leaves from tall trees, typically acacia trees. If they need to, giraffes can go for several days without water. Instead of drinking, giraffes stay hydrated by the moisture from leaves.
 African Giraffes are non-territorial, social animals. They travel in large herds that are not organized in any way. Herds may consist of any combination of sexes or ages.

Female giraffes typically give birth to one calf after a fifteen-month gestation period. During the first week of its life, the mother carefully guards her calf. Young giraffes are very vulnerable and cannot defend themselves. While mothers feed, the young are kept in small nursery groups.

African Giraffes are hunted for their meat, coat and tails. The tail is prized for good luck bracelets, fly whisks and string for sewing beads. The coat is used for shield coverings. Habitat destruction and fragmentation are also threats to giraffe populations.
3. African Elephant
Elephant is the world's largest living land mammals which are best known for their huge size, unique body parts, social behavior, and longevity.
 Two African elephant species are recognized: the larger and more widespread savanna elephant (L. africana), pictured here, and the forest elephant (L. cyclotis), which is smaller, has downward-pointed tusks, and smaller, rounder ears. Some genetic evidence suggests there may be a third species, the west African elephant, intermediate to these two. The animals' trunks, unique among living mammals, are versatile, enabling elephants to manipulate tiny objects or tear down huge tree limbs. Wide, padded feet enable elephants to walk quietly. Large, flappable ears help these huge animals to cool off, although elephants often must retreat to the shade or water during the hottest part of the day.

Warning 1 hold handrail
stand between yellow lines
children must be supervised
be careful of long clothing
read the warnings. what are their purposes

Jawaban 1:

The warn means that.., the children must'nt pass the yellow lines and also must be wacht out pf parents. semoga bermanfaat :-)