Soal Bahasa Inggris Bab Narrative Texts

Hello good morning, today we will membahas materi bahasa inggris yaitu tentang The generic structure and the elements of a narrative text. Sekaligus kita juga akan membahas latihan soalnya beserta kunci jawabannya. Sumber artikel ini berasal dari quipper.com. Have a good study and Hope it is useful.

Soal Bahasa Inggris Kelas 10 Semester 2

Read the following text and answer the questions provided below.
Question number 1 to 4 is based on the following text.

The Rabbit’s Revenge

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Long, long ago a rabbit and a lion were neighbors. The lion was very proud, and was fond of boasting about his strength. And though they were such close neighbors, the lion, looked down upon the rabbit, and used to bully and frighten her. Finally, the rabbit could stand it no longer and wanted to get her own back.

One day she went to the lion and said, “Good day, respected elder brother. Imagine it, I met an animal over there who looked exactly like you, and he said to me, ‘Is there anyone in the world who dares stand up to me? If there is, let him come and have a duel with me. If there is no one, all of you have to submit to my rule and be my servants!” “Oh, he was an intolerable braggart! He is so puffed up with pride that his eyes can’t even light on anyone!”, added the rabbit.

“Oho,” the lion said, “ Didn’t you mention me to him?”

“Yes, indeed,” the rabbit replied. “But it would have been better if I hadn’t, When I described how strong you were, he just sneered and said dreadfully rude things. He even went so far as to say that he wouldn’t take you for his attendant!”

The lion flew into a rage and roared, “ Where is he? Where is he?”
So the rabbit took the lion behind a hill and, not going to near herself, pointed to a deep well from a distance, and said, “He is down there, in the well,”

The lion hastened to the well and glared angrily into it. Yes, there was his rival who even glared back at him angrily. The lion roared, and his enemy roared back. The lion became so furious that his hair lion showed his teeth and lashed out with his paws to scare his rival and his enemy in the well retaliated! In a fit of anger the lion sprang into the air with all he might and then . . . flung himself at the enemy in the well. The result was that the proud lion was instantly drowned.

1. What do you think of the animal in the well?

A. A stronger animal
B. An intolerable braggart
C. Another lion
D. The image of the lion himself ✓
E. His neighbor

Penjelasan: Last paragraphs "Yes, there was his rival who even glared back at him angrily. The lion roared, and his enemy roared back. The lion became so furious that his hair lion showed his teeth and lashed out with his paws to scare his rival and his enemy in the well retaliated! ". It is reflection of his own image. Yes, there was his rival who even glared back at him angrily. The lion roared, and his enemy roared back. The lion became so furious that his hair lion showed his teeth and lashed out with his paws to scare his rival and his enemy in the well retaliated!

2. The lion was proud of his . . ..

A. hair
B. teeth
C. strength ✓
D. paws
E. eyes

Penjelasan: The lion was very proud, and was fond of boasting about his strength. it is clearly stated in the sentence "The lion was very proud, and was fond of boasting about his strength"

3. What can we learn from the story?

A. A friend in need is a friend indeed
B. Be a good neighbor
C. Don’t be so arrogant ✓
D. We must help each other
E. An enemy can be a good friend

Penjelasan: The result was that the proud lion was instantly drowned. The question 'What can we learn from the story?' gives us the conclusion of whole story. The result was that the proud lion was instantly drowned. Feeling pleasurable satisfaction over an act, possession, quality, or relationship by which one measures one's stature or self-worth. key word 'proud' sometimes is These adjectives mean characterized by an inflated ego and disdain for what one considers inferior.

4. What is the main idea of paragraph 2?

A. The rabbit and the lion went to a hill to fight the strong animal
B. The lion was challenged by a strong animal
C. The lion was too furious that he challanged the other animal to fight
D. The rabbit was successful in defeating the lion
E. The rabbit told the lion that a strong animal challenged him to duel ✓

Penjelasan: Paragraph 2 line 1 One day she went to the lion and said, “Good day, respected elder brother. Imagine it, I met an animal over there who looked exactly like you, and he said to me, ‘Is there anyone in the world who dares stand up to me? If there is, let him come and have a duel with me. The definition of a main idea is a sentence or generalization that tells what the paragraph is about. Main Ideas are generally found at the beginning of the paragraph, however they can be anywhere in the paragraph. One day she went to the lion and said, “Good day, respected elder brother. Imagine it, I met an animal over there who looked exactly like you, and he said to me, ‘Is there anyone in the world who dares stand up to me? If there is, let him come and have a duel with me

Read the following text and answer the questions provided below.
Question number 5 to 9 is based on the following text.

This is the true story "Woe is me" a poor woodcutter cried when he dropped his axe into a deep pond. A friendly water spirit appeared before him with a silver axe and asked, " Is this yours?""No," the woodcutter said.

The spirit returned with a golden axe. "Is this yours?" she asked, "No" said the woodcutter. Then the spirit appeared with his plain wooden axe. "That one is mine!" said the woodcutter happily. "You've been so honest," said the spirit, "take the gold and silver axe too!"

On the way home the woodcutter met a rich merchant. When the merchant heard the woodcutter's tale, he ran to the pond and dropped HIS wooden axe in.
"Woe is me!" he cried. The spirit appeared with a silver axe. "That one is mine!" the merchant said quickly. "You know it is not," said the spirit, and disappeared. The rich man's wooden axe stayed on the bottom of the deep pond.

5. . . . gave the gold and silver ax to the woodcutter.

A. The spirit ✓
B. The people
C. The merchant
D. The owner of the pond
E. No one

Penjelasan: Paragraph 1 Line 1 A friendly water spirit appeared before him with a silver axe and asked, " Is this yours?""No," the woodcutter said. Paragraph 2 Line 1 The spirit returned with a golden axe. "Is this yours?" she asked, "No" said the woodcutter. Then the spirit appeared with his plain wooden axe. "That one is mine!" said the woodcutter happily. "You've been so honest," said the spirit, "take the gold and silver axe too!" Paragraph 1 Line 1A friendly water spirit appeared before him with a silver axe and asked, " Is this yours?""No," the woodcutter said. Paragraph 2 Line 1 The spirit returned with a golden axe. "Is this yours?" she asked, "No" said the woodcutter. Then the spirit appeared with his plain wooden axe. "That one is mine!" said the woodcutter happily. "You've been so honest," said the spirit, "take the gold and silver axe too!"

6. The suitable title of the story is The . . .

A. Spirit of the Pond
B. Miracle Axe
C. Honest Woodcutter ✓
D. Cried Woodcutter
E. Unfortunate Merchant

Penjelasan: The first paragraph starts with story of "Woe is me" a poor woodcutter
"No," the woodcutter said. ".......You've been so honest," said the spirit, "take the gold and silver axe too!..........." The first paragraph starts with story of "Woe is me" a poor woodcutter cried when he dropped his axe into a deep pond. A friendly water spirit appeared before him with a silver axe and asked, " Is this yours?""No," the woodcutter said. ".......You've been so honest," said the spirit, "take the gold and silver axe too!..........."

7. What moral education can the readers learn from the story?

A. Never trust to someone
B. Honestly will bring fortune ✓
C. A rich man never gets silver axe
D. Hard worker never gives up
E. Getting a golden axe is not easy

Penjelasan: "You've been so honest," said the spirit, "take the gold and silver axe too!"
The woodcutter -->"You've been so honest," said the spirit, "take the gold and silver axe too!" the story clearly give comparison between honestly and lie
Tee merchant --> he ran to the pond and dropped HIS wooden axe in. "Woe is me!" he cried. The spirit appeared with a silver axe. "That one is mine!" the merchant said quickly. "You know it is not," said the spirit, and disappeared. The rich man's wooden axe stayed on the bottom of the deep pond.

8. "That one is mine!" said the woodcutter (Par 1). The underlined words "That one is mine!" refer to the . . ..

A. silver axe
B. deep pond
C. gold and silver axe
D. plain wooden axe ✓
E. golden axe

Penjelasan: Line 3 Then the spirit appeared with his plain wooden axe. "That one is mine!" said the woodcutter happily

9. The purpose of the text is to .. ..

A. tell the past event
B. entertain the readers ✓
C. persuade the readers
D. give information
E. tell the truth

Penjelasan: The social function is to entertain or amuse the reader or listener. Narrative text has a social function. The social function is to entertain or amuse the reader or listener.

Read the following text and answer the questions provided below.
Question number 10 is based on the following text.

"The Story of Toba Lake"

Once upon a time, there was a man who was living in north Sumatra. He lived in a simple hut in a farming field. He did some gardening and fishing for his daily life.

One day, while the man was do fishing, he caught a big golden fish in his trap. It was the biggest catch which he ever had in his life. Surprisingly, this fish turned into a beautiful princess. He felt in love with her and proposed her to be his wife. She said; "Yes, but you have to promise not to tell anyone about the secret that I was once a fish, otherwise there will be a huge disaster". The man made the deal and they got married, lived happily and had a daughter.

Few years later, his daughter would help bringing lunch to her father out in the fields. One day, his daughter was so hungry and she ate his father’s lunch. Unfortunately, he found out and got furious, and shouted; “You damned daughter of a fish”. The daughter ran home and asked her mother. The mother started crying, felt sad that her husband had broken his promise.

Then she told her daughter to run up the hills because a huge disaster was about to come. When her daughter left, she prayed. Soon there was a big earthquake followed by non-stop pouring rain. The whole area got flooded and became Toba Lake. She turned into a fish again and the man became the island of Samosir.

10. What is the complication in paragraph 3?

A. His daughter was so hungry and she ate his father’s lunch. ✓
B. His daughter would help bringing lunch to her father out in the fields.
C. The mother started crying, felt sad that her husband had broken his promise.
D. The man shouted and be furious.
E. The daughter ran home and asked her mother.

Penjelasan: Line 6 “One day, his daughter was so hungry and she ate his father’s lunch. Unfortunately, he found out and got furious, and shouted; “You damned daughter of a fish”. Line 6 One day, his daughter was so hungry and she ate his father’s lunch. Unfortunately, he found out and got furious, and shouted; “You damned daughter of a fish”. Complications enhance the driving conflict of a piece of narrative fiction by raising the stakes or making the resolution harder to achieve. This extends and heightens dramatic tension to make stories more gripping. Complications can also refine the type or amount of growth a character has to undergo to achieve resolution. Since watching characters grow in significant ways is what makes fiction satisfying, well-designed complications are one of the best tools an author can use to craft the reader's emotional experience of a story.

Materi B.ING Bab Narrative Kelas 10

DESCRIPTION: Analyzing social functions, text structure, and linguistic elements in a simple narrative text about experiences / events / events, according to the context of its use. Objective: In this topic, you will learn to n this topic, you will learn to identify social function, the structure of text, and the context of its use of language elements of a simple narrative text**

LESSON

Key Points DEFINITION

Narrative text is a text which contains about story (fiction/non fiction/tales/folktales/fables/myths/epic) and its plot consists of climax of the story (complication) then followed by the resolution.

The narrative text short story is telling of a story or an account of a sequence of events. One of the four traditional forms of composition (along with description, exposition, and persuasion). Narration differs from exposition, which can also relate a sequence of events, in that narration need not be factual and may be written from the perspective of a character in the text.

The purpose of the Narrative Text is to amuse, entertain and deal with actual or vicarious experience in different ways. Narrative deal with problematic events which lead to a crisis or turning point of some kind, which in turn finds a resolution.

The generic structure of a narrative text

1. Orientation: Sets the scene and introduces the participants. 
2. Complication: A crisis arises 
3. Resolution: The crisis is resolved, for the better or for worse. 
4. Re-orientation: Optimal 
5. Evaluation: A stepping back to evaluate the plight

Narrative text Grammatical features

1. Use specific nouns such as the name of person, place and building 
2. Use adjectives which form noun phrases 
3. Use time connectives and conjunctions such as then, before that, soon 
4. Use adverbs and Adverbial Phrases 
5. Use action Verbs 6. Use saying words such as said, told, promised. Kind of Narrative Text

Relating to kinds of text, which student has to complete studying in high school, narrative is a text which retells the story or previous experiences. The purpose of the text is to entertain or amuse readers or listeners about the story. Narrative is basically story and within this, story telling, there are many kinds of narrative - comedy, mystery, romance, horror are some of the commoner types. A poem can also be a narrative if it tells a story rather than just describing something. In writing a narrative, an author has a chance to make his or her mark on the world by relating a story that only he or she can tell. Whether it comes from a personal experience or is one that the writer has imagined, the point of a narrative is to bring one's subject to life. By using sensory details, the five W and H (who, what, where, when, why, and how), and basic story structure, any subject can be made exciting

Common forms of narrative text which are studied in high school

Legend

What is legend? A legend is a narrative of human actions that are perceived both by teller and listeners to take place within human history. Typically, a legend is a short, traditional and historicized narrative performed in a conversational mode. Some define legend as folktale. The example of legend in narrative text are:
• Sangkuriang
• Malin Kundang
• The legend of Tangkuban Perahu
• The story of Toba lake

Fable

What is fabel? A fabel is a short allegorical narrative making a moral point, traditionally by means of animal characters who speak and act like human beings. The example of fable in narrative text are:
• Mousedeer and crocodile.
• The Ants and the Grasshopper
• The smartest parrot
• The story of monkey and crocodile

Fairy tale

What is fairy tale? According to Wikipedia, fairy tale is an English language term for a type of short narrative corresponding to the French phrase "conte de fée". A fairy tale typically features such folkloric characters as fairies, goblins, elves, trolls, dwarves, giants or gnomes, and usually magic or enchantments. The example of fairy tale in narrative text are:
• Cinderella
• Snow white
• Pinocchio
• Beauty and the beast
• The story of Rapunzel

Science fiction

What is science fiction? According to Basil Davenport. 1955, Science fiction is fiction based upon some imagined development of science, or upon the extrapolation of a tendency in society. Science fiction is that class of prose narrative treating of a situation that could not arise in the world we know. Some examples of science fiction are:
• To the Moon from the Earth by Jules Verne
• Star ship Trooper by Robert Heinlein
• A Space Odyssey by Arthur C. Clarke
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