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Modul Bahasa Inggris SMA Kelas XI Semester 1 | Kanjeng Mariyadhies Ngawi I 5






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Salah satu upaya untuk melengkapi sumber belajar  yang relevan dan bermakna guna meningkatkan mutu pendidikan di Sekolah Menengah Atas  (SMA),  Al Izzah Group yang merupakan salah satu perintis Lembaga Bimbingan Belajar dan Privat yang terbaik di Ngawi barat mengembangkan buku pelajaran Bahasa Inggris untuk siswa kelas XI.

Modul ini merupakan modul khusus yang dilengkapi dengan ringkasan materi, trik mudah dan kumpulan latihan soal yang dikemas sedemikian rupa sehingga siswa dapat memahami materi dengan mudah dan mengarah.

Modul ini telah dinilai oleh tim Peningkatan mutu pendidikan bimbingan dan rapat dewan tentor, dan dinyatakan memenuhi  syarat untuk digunakan sebagai buku pelajaran di Lembaga Bimbingan Belajar dan Privat Al Izzah Walikukun. Para  siswa diharapkan dapat menguasai semua Standar Kompetensi dan Kompetensi Dasar secara lebih mendalam, luas serta bermakna, kemudian dapat mengaplikasikannya dalam kehidupan sehari-hari dan juga memperolah peningkatan yang signifikan dalam pemerolehan nilai PR, Tugas, Ulangan harian, Ujian Semesteran dan Ujian Nasional.

Saran perbaikan untuk penyempurnaan modul ini sangat diharapkan. Terimakasih setulus-tulusnya disampaikan kepada para rekan yang telah berkontribusi dalam penyusunan modul ini, baik pada saat awal pengembangan bahan ajar, uji coba terbatas, maupun penyempurnaan  sehingga  dapat  tersusunnya  modul ini. Terimakasih dan  penghargaan  juga  disampaikan  kepada  semua  pihak yang telah membantu terwujudnya penyetakan modul ini.





Walikukun, 15 Agustus 2013












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UNIT 5


SNAKE IN A BATH
(SPOKEN  ANECDOTE)

A. Building knowledge of field
A.1. Listening
Activity 1
Listen and repeat, pay attention to the word stressing

awful                shock
hissing              slippery
leant                 slithered
mess                spitting
nasty                tap
Paralysed         trickling
poisonous        turned
                        twisted

Activity 2
Answer the following question orally
1.     What do you think about the writer house?
___________________________________________________________________________
2.     How would you like to find a snake in your bath?
___________________________________________________________________________
3.     What would you do with the snake.
____________________________________________________________________________
4.     Can you think of an interesting way to tell the unusual experience?
_____________________________________________________________________________

Activity 3
Listen to the cassette and complete the story
SNAKE IN THE BATH
How would you like to find a snake in your bath? A nasty one too!.
We had just (1)_____ in to a new house, which had been empty for so long that everything was in a terrible mess. Anna and I decided we would (2)_____ the bats first, so we set to, and (3)_____ the tap.
Suddenly to my horror, a snake ‘s head (4)_____  in the plug-hole then out (5)_____ the rest of his long thin body. He (6)_____ and turned on the slippery bottom of the bath, spitting and hissing at us.
For an instant I (7)_____ there quite paralysed. Then I yelled for my husband, who luckily came (8)_____ and (9)_____ the snake with the handle of a broom. Anna who was only three at that time, was quite interested in the whole business. Indeed I had to (10)_____ her out of the way or she ‘d probably (11)____ over the bath to get a better look.
We found out later that it was a black mamba, a poisonous kind of snake. It had obviously been fast a sleep, (12)_____ at the bottom of the nice warm water-pipe. It must have had an awful shock when the cold water came (13)_____ .
(Gerot, Wignell. 1994: 2002)
Activity 4
Answer the question below!
1. Where and when did the incident happen?
_________________________________________________________________________
2. How about the condition of the new house?
__________________________________________________________________________
3. What did the writer’s husband do with the snake?
_______________________________________________________________________
4. How many persons are there in the text? Mention them!
__________________________________________________________________________
5. Paragraph 3 tells us about ……..
___________________________________________________________________________



A.2. Speech function
A.2.1.Expressing sat is faction and dissatisfaction
A : what do you think of that competition! 
B : “I like it”

Words that are possible to use for expressing satisfaction and dissatisfaction are.
Gratify                          satisfaction                  dissatisfy
gratification                   satisfactory                   dissatisfaction
satisfy                          satisfactorily                 satiable

Examples
1.     Does the novel give you satisfaction?
2.     It is impossible to satisfy everybody.
3.     He was gratified at his son’s success.

Activity 6
Pay attention the dialogue below!
Stella and joss are talking about joss’s summative test result.
Stella
Joss
Stella
Joss

Stella
Joss


Stella


Joss
:
:
:
:

:
:


:


:
Are you satisfied with your achievement?
Not much.
But you’ve got good mark
That’s right, I got above average. But what makes me disappointed is the chemistry. I got only six, I’m so regretful 
The physic?
Seven and half comparing to sara’s, mine isn’t so good. How can I please with such mark to my parents. They’ll be dissatisfied. They hope I’m the best.
You have another occasion to satisfy them, by working hard, you’ll get much better mark. Then your mum and dad will be gratified at your success.
I hope so

Activity  7
Make response to each situation!
1.     You asked a carpenter to fix the broken window. He did it well.
X   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Y   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
X   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Y   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
2.     You asked your little brother to wash your bike but it was still a little but dirty.
X   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Y   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
X   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Y   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
 3.     Your radio was broken, you fixed it by yourself. Now its on.
X   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Y   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
X   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Y   : …………………………………………………………………………………………………….

A.2.2. Expression to calm someone


Activity 8. 
Read aloud this dialogue.
Rina      : Oh, help me! 
Andi     : What’s the matter my sister?
Rina      : There is a snake in my bed?
Andi     : Take it easy. I ‘ll kill it.
Rina      : But, I am scared.
Andi     : Don’t worry. Don’t worry. You can use my room if you still feel scared.
Rina      : Thank you.

Questions
1. Who are Rina and Andi?
    ______________________________________________________________
2. What makes Rina afraid?
    ______________________________________________________________
3. Where is it?
    ______________________________________________________________
4. Who help her?
    ______________________________________________________________
5. What will he do to help her?
    ______________________________________________________________
6. What did Andi say to calm Rina?
    ______________________________________________________________
7. Can you give the other examples of the expression?
    ______________________________________________________________



04. 

A.2.3. Expression of relief
Activity 11.
Read aloud this dialogue.
Andika  : What a terrible journey it is!
Andina  : Is there any problem with your journey my husband?
Andika  : Yes, I took  a flight from New York  to come here. When I were in the middle of the journey. My 
              plane struck a  turbulence . It shook hard  and went down a couple of feet. My head hit the front 
              chair. Look! It is  wounded. I feel headache and all my body is in pain.
Andina  : Thanks God. You are still  alive.
Andika  : Yes, thanks for the heaven. Fortunately, the pilots are the experienced ones. They can handle the 
              Problems
Andina  : Ok. Go to the bed and take a rest first.

Questions
1. Who are Andika and Andina?
    ______________________________________________________________
2. Where did Andika come from?
    ______________________________________________________________
3. Why did he say “ What a terrible journey it is” ?
    ______________________________________________________________
4. What  kind of transportation mean did he take ?
    ______________________________________________________________
5. What  happened to Andika in the turbulence?
    ______________________________________________________________
6. What did Andina say to show her relief?
    ______________________________________________________________


Activity 12.



Learn the following expressions













Activity 13.
Complete the dialog with suitable expressions
01.  Ais             : I got a crash this morning. When I crossed the crossroad. A car hit my back.
       Ina             : ___________________________. You are not wounded at all.
       Ais                        : Yes. But I am still trembling

02.  Jerry          : Dina look at this announcement. You are the winner of the singing contest.
       Dina          : _________________________ I can’t imagine I am the winner
       Jerry          : Congratulation
       Dina          : Thanks

03. Father         : Look? You got a car in this quiz!
      Mother        : A car! ____________________
      Father         : you are lucky woman, ma.

04.  Sinta          : Have you heard that “Kambuna” ship was sink last night?
       Dina          : What! Oh no. My sister, lina, was on the ship. She was on the way to Ambon.
                          Is there any news about the passanger?
       Sinta          : All the passengers were alive. The navy ships have rescued them all. No casualties.
       Dina          : ___________________. I can meet her again someday.

05. Alia             : How was the result of your final exam?
      Ndari          : I passed with flying colour?
      Alia             : ____________ I always pray day and night for you.
      Alia             : Thanks.





A.3. Grammar Focus
1.     Some Important Tenses 
Let’s have a little review about some important patterns put a tick (V) in the right column see the example.
Important pattern
Active
Passive
Future
Present perfect
Past tense
Past perfect
Give reason had+V3 S+V2
1

2
3

4

5
6

7

8
We had just moved into a new house
Ana and I decided
We would clean the bath first
She’d probably have leant over
We found out later
It had obviously been fast as sleep
It must have had on awful
I’ve always put the plug in family before running the bath water

2.     Exclamations
Exclamations are used to express a surprise or a sudden strong feeling.
Example
    • What a quite lovely dress
    • A nasty one too
    • What a very strange experience
To intensity the exclamation you can add, very, quite, really
Example:
Cobra
The cobra is a poisonous snake, when this snake is angry or disturbed, it makes it self look threatening by raising the front past of its body while expanding loose skin near its head

What a poisonous animal 

3. Material processes
Material processes are verb showing us what happen and what some one do or what is done.
Complete the following text with material processed provided in the box.
A man at the bank where I am a letter (1)_____ a check mode out to his wife.
(2)_____ him that 1 couldn’t cash the cheque without his wife’s was in a hospital. My supervisor said that cashing the check was unequivocally. Againt the bank policy. When l (4)_____ the information the man (5)_____ the decision and left.
Later that day he (6)_____ and handed in an instant photo of a woman in ahospital bed with a physician standing beside her. Next has a bitith certificate nith.
                 

returned            relayed                         impressed
                  told                  pleaded            chased
                  presented         accepted


4. Temporal conjunction 
Temporal conjunctiva are conjunctiva that show all time sequence of events.
e.g. suddenly, then, for and instant,
listen to the story of snake in the bath again and complete the following sentences.
  1. Suddenly to my horror, a snake head …………………………………………………..
  2. Then out slithered the rest of ……………………………………………………………..
  3. Then I yelled for my husband, who ………………………………………………………
  4. It must have had an anvil, shock when…………………………………………………





B. Modeling of text 
Activity 14
Read the anecdote and pay attention to the structure of the text and the language feature

Text structure
From Candles to Soap
Language features
Abstract: signals the retelling of an unusual incident

Orientation: sets the scene 





Crisis :
provide details of the unusual incident






Incident:
Reaction to crises




Code: reflection on or evaluation of the incident.


Well, what would you like to do when things go wrong?
What? Commit suicide? Oh, no. It’s very stupid, isn’t it?


In the 1800s, Procter and Gamble’s best seller was candles. But the company had been in trouble when Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. Their fears became reality when the market for candles decreased since they now sold only for special occasions.


The outlook appeared to be bleak for Procter and Gamble. However, at this time, it seemed that destiny played a dramatic part in pulling the struggling company from the clutches of bankruptcy – A forgetful employee  at small factory in Cincinnati forgot to turn off his machine when he went out to lunch. The result? A frothing mass of lather filled with air bubbles. He almost threw the stuff a way but decided to make it into soap instead. The soap floated. This, ivory soap was born and became the mainstay of the Procter and Gamble Company. Why was soap that floats became such a hot item at the time? In Cincinnati, during that period, some people bathed in the Ohio River. Floating soap would never sink and consequently never got lost. So, Ivory soap became a best seller in Ohio and eventually across the country also.

Like Procter and Gamble, never give up when go wrong or when seemingly insurmountable problems arise. Creativity put to work can change a problem and turn it into a gold mine.
1. Exclamation
2. Rhetorical
    questions
3. Intensifier
4. Material
    processes
5. Temporal
    conjunctions

Activity 15 
Answer the following question!
1.     What is the purpose of the text!
       ___________________________________________________________________________________
2.     What is the unusual incident of the story!
       ___________________________________________________________________________________
3.     Find material processes used in the text
       ___________________________________________________________________________________
4.     Why does the speaker begin her story by using rhetorical question?
       ___________________________________________________________________________________
5.     Why does the speaker also use exclamation to open her story!
       ___________________________________________________________________________________

Activity 16
Understanding the text and answer the following question.
1.     Why did Procter and gambler worry very much when Thomas Edison  invented the light bulb?
       ___________________________________________________________________________________
2.     There are many problem that faced by Procter and gamble! What are they?
       ___________________________________________________________________________________
3.     What does it in the first paragraph refer to.
       ___________________________________________________________________________________
4.     How was the reaction of Procter and gamble to their problem?
       ___________________________________________________________________________________
5.     Why was soap that float became such a hot item at that time?
       ___________________________________________________________________________________

Activity 17
Match the words in column A. with the following phrases
………………..
……………….
……………….
……………….
……………….
……………….
………………
………………
………………
……………….
1.   fear
2.   appeared
3.   struggling
4.   item
5.   employee
6.   bankruptely
7.   consequently
8.   decided
9.   bubbles
10. suicide
a. single article in a list
b. person who is employed
c. feeling caused by the possibility of danger
d. move violently
e. unable to pay his debts
f. come into view
g. self important
h. murder of one self
i. floating ball
j. make up one’s mind

C. Independent Construction of Text
  1. Make a composition according to your opinion about anecdote this task do individually. After that present your composition in front of class.
-          The beginning of your anecdote 
Let the readers know that you are describing an unusual thing 
Rhetorical question you going to use
…………………………………………………………………………………..
Do you use any expression of gambit?
………………………………………………………………………………….
Tell who involved in the story, when, and where!
………………………………………………………………………………….

-          Give detail of the unusual incidents
What is your topic sentence?
……………………………………………………………………………………
-          Coda 
Try to make an interesting coda
      ……………………………………………………………………………………

COMPETENCE TEST
Read the dialog below with your partner and fill the blanks Jimmy lived un the country, and he loved playing in a very shallow river near his house. It was not longer, when his father got a job in a big city, he moved to the city with his family.

Jimmy
Mother
Jimmy
Mother

Jimmy
Mother
Jimmy

Mother
Jimmy
Mother
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:
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:

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:
Our new house has a garden but I don’t (1)…… because its small
Its never mind darling, how beautiful it is? Its full of flower and beautiful (2)…… here.
“is there a river near here, mom?”
No “there is not, but there’s a beautiful park near here” and there’s a (3)….. in it. Its full of fish.
“May I go there mom?”
“Ok” we (4)…. go there!
“There is a sign (5)….. him “WARNING, the pool is dangerous 367 people have (6)…. Onto the pool.
“What do you see darling?”
“What a pity they are! But I can’t see them, mom, uh… uh.
“Don’t be sad darling, lets go home”










UNIT 6
I feel so guilty of his death
(Written Anecdote)
A. Building knowledge of field 
A.1. Listening 
Activity 1
Listen to you teacher, and fill in the blanks on what you heard. 
A punishing lesson
 I was teaching a (1) _____________ class a few years ago in London. They were a (2) __________ group apart from one thing: almost all of them said, "What means...?" (3) ___________ "What does ...mean?" I felt I had to do something but nothing seemed to work.

One day, after hearing the (4) _____________ yet again, I said in (5) ____________, "If I hear "What means?" again I really will have to punish you all!".
Almost (6) _______________ a voice piped up, "What means will you use to punish us, Lynne?" I laughed so much and have never forgotten that very clever (7) _________t! It worked, too. I never heard the mistake from that class again.
Lynne Reay Pereira
A.2. Grammar Function
A.2.1. Conditionals
Activity  2
Learn the following explanation
      There are three types : 
1.     Real Conditionals (Real Situations in the present or future)
Condition
Independent clause 
If + present tense                             ,
Future tense

eg    :  –   If I study hard , I will pass the exam. 
                Fact : “I may study hard in the future”
           –   If I have a new motorcycle, I will be happy. 
               Fact : “I may have a new motorcycle in the future”

2.     Imposible Result (Unreal situation in the present time) 
Condition
Independent clause 
If + past tense                                  ,
S     +       would
                 could             + V1
                 night

eg    :  –   If I knew the answer, I would tell you. 
               Fact : “I don’t know the answer”
           –   If I were a millionaire, I would go around the wold.  
               Fact : “I am not a millionaire”

3.     Past Conditionals (Unreal situation in the past time) 
Condition
Independent clause 
If + past perfect                               ,
S     +    would
              could              have + V3
              night

eg    :  –   If I had known your phone number. I would have called you. 
               Fact : “I didn’t know your phone number”
           –   If I had time, I would have visited you.
Activity 3
Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tenses. 
1.     I would give her your message if I … (see) her. 
________________________________________________________________________
2.     If she … (call) me on the telephone, I’ll speak to her. 
________________________________________________________________________
3.     If he … (find) my diary, would he give it to me ? 
________________________________________________________________________
4.     If you hadn’t locked all the drawers, the burglars … (not do) so much dam age. 
________________________________________________________________________
5.     Mary … (go) to the party if you sent her a special invitation ? 
________________________________________________________________________
6.     If I … (be) sick, I would have gone to a doctor. 
________________________________________________________________________
7.     I would have told the police if someone … (steal) my car. 
________________________________________________________________________
8.     He would watch television if he … (not have) so much homework. 
________________________________________________________________________
9.     Will you buy the dress if it … (not be) expensive ? 
________________________________________________________________________
10.  If I … (be) a president, I would visit all the nations in the world. 
________________________________________________________________________

Activity 4
Find out the fact of the sentence above. Work with your partner. 
1. ___________________________________________________________________________
2. ___________________________________________________________________________
3. ___________________________________________________________________________
4. ___________________________________________________________________________
5. ___________________________________________________________________________
6. ___________________________________________________________________________
7. ___________________________________________________________________________
8. ___________________________________________________________________________
9. ___________________________________________________________________________
10. ___________________________________________________________________________

Activity 5
Correct the following sentences !
1. We’ll do the shopping if we had the time. 
________________________________________________________________________
2. Liza bring an umbrella if she knew it was going to rain. 
________________________________________________________________________
3. Is I will be in Paris, I will see the Eiffel Tower. 
________________________________________________________________________
4. If Sony parked his car in the appropriate place, the police won’t fine him. 
________________________________________________________________________
5. He would have taken a long vocation if he had have time. 
________________________________________________________________________
6. I’d have changed jobs if I were in your position.
________________________________________________________________________
7. Mary are happy if Budi gives her a gold ring. 
________________________________________________________________________
8. If it would be cloudy I would have worn my raincoat. 
________________________________________________________________________
9. I would buy an eraser if I need one. 
________________________________________________________________________
10. If I decide to go to Bandung, I take the train. 
________________________________________________________________________

A.2.2. Adverb
Activity 6 
Observe the sentence : sadly she told me about her family and fate







Activity 7
Joint the following words 
bad                       +    ly     :    ________________________________________
clear                      +    ly     :    ________________________________________
slow                      +    ly     :    ________________________________________
silent                     +    ly     :    ________________________________________
beautiful                +    ly     :    ________________________________________
easy                      +    ly     :    ________________________________________
quied                    +    ly     :    ________________________________________
correct                  +    ly     :    ________________________________________
probable               +    ly     :    ________________________________________

Note : The exception for                    :  good                            well

                                                        fast                                 fast 
                                                        hard                                 hard 
Activity 8
Fill in the blank with the adverbs provided in the box 

brightly                neatly               reasonably           soundly            correctly 
professionally      widely               attractively           happily             seriously 






1.     Ronald is very smart. He can answer all the questions ___________________
2.     The manager was proud of Budi’s work. He could finish his job _____________
3.     She thought the hotel would be expensive but it was ____________cheap. 
4.     His grandfather is in the hospital now. He is _______________ill. 
5.     A beautiful woman was walking down the street. She was wearing a red hat ________________
6.     Few books has been so _________read and today many thousand copies of it are still printed in Indonesia. 
7.     Mrs. Heny is a very good manager. She always works _____________. 
8.     Father was very tired. He slept _____________in the room last night. 
9.     When the sun rises ______________it is never very hot in my village. 
10. But when the moonlight is bright, children often play ___________outdoors.

B. Text Modeling 
Activity 9
Understanding an Anecdote. 
Read this text and pay attention to the text structure and language feature !




































Activity 7
Answer these questions !
10.  Who has just passed away ?
________________________________________________________________________
11.  How did she tell about the story ? 
________________________________________________________________________
12.  What does “I” in “I” met him (1st par) refer to ? 
________________________________________________________________________
13.  Where did the acquaintance happen ? 
________________________________________________________________________
14.  Why did they get married with one year ? 
________________________________________________________________________
15.  How was their wedding ? 
________________________________________________________________________
16.  Were they happy ? 
________________________________________________________________________
17.  What did happen to his husband ? 
________________________________________________________________________
18.  Who are the characters in the story ? 
________________________________________________________________________

Activity 8
Answer these questions, work with your partner !
1. What is the purpose of this text of anecdote ?
________________________________________________________________________
2. In which paragraph that tells us about who, where and when ? 
________________________________________________________________________
3. Can you find material process used in the text ? Mention them !
________________________________________________________________________
4. We can find the unusual incident in paragraph ?
________________________________________________________________________
5. Find the time conjunction in text !
________________________________________________________________________
6. Find also the tenses used in text !
________________________________________________________________________
7. Which part of the text is to give reflection on or evaluation of the story ?
________________________________________________________________________

Activity 9
Match the words in column A with ones in column B !
1. fate                                  a.   to feel that something/somebody is good/acceptable
2. queue                               b.   an area of land for burying dead people. 
3. acquaintance                    c.   acceptable, not too expensive 
4. approach                          d.   person’s future of death 
5. bridegroom                       e.   an officer with authority to decide cases in a law court
6. reasonable                        f.    a newly married man 
7. judge                                g.   line of people waiting for something 
8. cemetery                          h.   slight knowledge of or friendship with somebody

C. Join construction of text 
Activity 10
Please you read the text again then match these text structures and its definition. 





















Activity 11 
Rearrange these paragraph in a good order, then gives the text structures of each paragraph !
      I was a nursing student in a hospital when this quite embarrassing experiences happened. 
      Would you think that being helpful is always good ? 
      From then on, I always make sure that I know the patient to be offered wheel chair help. 
      Hospital regulations require a wheel chair for patients being dischanged. However, I found one elderly gentleman – already dressed and sitting on the bed with a suitcase at his feet – who insisted he didn’t ed my help to leave the hospital. I tried hard to explain to him that this was a rule and I was responsible to help him. At last, he reluctantly let me wheel him to the elevator. I was surprised to learn that he was not a patient. He was in the hospital waiting for his wife who was about to leave after a week of treatment. He said she was in the bathroom changing out her hospital gown.
      I was so embarrassed that I didn’t ask further question. I apologized and wheeled him back to the room. There I found his wife puzzle with what went on. 

Abstract          :    ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________

Orientation      :    ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________

Crisis              :    ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________

Incident           :    ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________

Coda              :    ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________

Activity 12
Work with your partner, create or abstract, orientation and a coda based on the following crisis and incident. 

……………………………………..
Abstract          :    ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________

Orientation      :    ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________

Crisis    :           When Andy tried to pass a bus, suddenly from the opposite direction there was a truck turned arround. He was very surprised looking at it. He fell down because of the readslide. 
                           
Incident :           He was uncoscious. His right leg and arm were broken. He was taken to the hospital immediately. 
Coda              :    ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________
                           ______________________________________________

D. Independent Construction 
Activity 13
Now it’s your chanceto construct an anecdote individually. 
You may tellyour own experience or other person’s experience which are funny, embarrassing, unforgettable or thrilling, and it can be factual or imaginary. 

________________________
Title 
(Choose an interesting title that shows the content of anecdote) 

Abstract                :    (give some signals : rhetorical question or an exclamation, retelling an unusual incident).
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Orientation             :    (give the setting of incident, about who was in the story, when and where did it happen). 
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Crisis                    :    (give the details of the unusual incident) 
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Incident                 :    (give your reaction to the problem of something usual). 
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Coda                     :    (give the lesson can be learned to end the anecdote. You may give comment or reflection on the incident). 
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UJI  KOMPETENSI 3.

A. Choose the correct answer by crossing a, b,c,d or e
Text 1. 
Snake as night-Watchmen
Good morning class. Are you OK this morning? Good. Can you guess, what kinds animals are usually used as guard? Dog… good, You … cat, yes. It’s all right. What else? Lion? Oh no. What about snake? Have you ever heard that snake is used as guard or night watchmen? No!. All right, I’ll tell you the story. We have heard of dogs being used as guards. We know that banks, jewellery shops and some homes have security-guards. We have also read about certain famous or important   personalities who are always protected by bodyguards. But have you heard of snakes being employed as night-watchmen?

Larry Montgomery’s petrol-station in New Orleans, Louisiana – in the  United States of America – uses two snakes as patrolmen.

Let me continue, Larry decided to make such use of snakes after thieves had broken into his petrol station a number of times. At first, he had dogs for the purpose, but he soon found out that burglars could easily kill dogs. Larry knew that many people afraid of snakes. People are especially nervous when they know that a snake is some where around, but do not know exactly where it is.

Since Larry started to use the snakes as watchmen, he found that burglars are not so keen on breaking into his station anymore. Once, some burglars did break in. they were busy going through some drawers in the office when the snakes suddenly appeared. Immediately, the burglars abandoned their search and runaway.
So, now, when Larry closes the station every night before going home, they set the snakes loose – These creatures will then crawl  about inside the office until the next morning when Larry come to open the station for business.
01. David  : What kind of text is it?
      Lina                : It is a … .
a.     Description                               c. Legend                                 e. Anecdote
b.    Narrative                                   d. Recount

02. Andi : What is Larry business?
      Budi : … .
a.     Patrolmen                                 c. snake                                    e. dog
b.    Petrol                                        d. bodyguard

03. Andi :What are  used by Larry to guard his business place.?
      Rian : … .
a.     Dogs                                        c. night-watchmen                     e. patrolmen
b.    Bodyguards                              d. snakes

04.Andi : Why does Larry use them to guard his business place?
     Ali   : I think it was because … .
a.     Burglars are  afraid of snakes                 d. burglars are afraid of night-watchmen
b.    Burglars are afraid of dogs                     e. burglars are afraid of patrolmen
c.     Burglars are afraid of Larry himself

05. Andi : Where does Larry come from?
      Andi : he comes from … .
a.     USA                                          c. USAID                                  e. Australia
b.    USSR                                        d. England

06. Amin : …but do not know exactly where it is. (Prg 3). The underlined word refers to …
      Aziz              : … .
a.     Around                                      c. thieves                                  e. snake
b.    People                                      d. Larry

07. Andi : Which of the following words is not material processes?
      Ali  : I think … .
a.     Kill                                            c. break                                                e. close
b.    Broke                                        d. burglar

08. Andi : What word is in the third paragraph which has the similar meaning with “ aim”.?
      Ali  : ….
a.     Purpose                                    c. burglars                                e. nervous
b.    Thieves                                     d. around


09. Andi : Sentences “Larry knew that many people afraid of snakes. People are especially nervous when 
                they know that a snake is some where around, but do not know exactly where it is.” Belongs   to…….
      Ali  : …. .
      a. abstract                                      c. coda                                     e. incident
      b. crisis                                          d. orientation

10. Andi : The word “ when” in prg 5 belongs to …
       Ali   : it is …
a.     Intensifiers                                 c. rhetorical questions               e. temporal conjunction
b.    exclamation                               d. past tense

11. Andien        : Your voice is ….loud. It makes noise pollution.
      Elia             : Sorry
a.     enough                                     c. too                                       e. so
b.    very                                          d. quite

12. Father : This razor is …….sharp. But you must sharpen it before you use .
      Son                 : Yes, Dad.
a.     enough                                     c. too                                       e. so
b.    very                                          d. quite

13. Anna : This is a …..expensive shoes. !
      Ani   : Don’t buy it. Find the cheaper ones.
a.     enough                                     c. much                                                e. so
b.    very                                          d. quite

14. Anita : Which one you prefer , Apple ….Mango?
      Eliza : I prefer Apple.
a.     And                                          c. after                                      e. before
b.    When                                        d. or

15. Anita : When did you go home last night?
      Asri              : I went home …. I finish doing my homework at the library.

16. Marni   : If you asked me to accompany you I ……..”Yes”.
a.     will answer                                 c. would answered         e. would  have answered
b.    would answer                            d. answers        

17. If Suharno …….. hard he will be successful in his test.
a.     Studied                                     c. studies                      e. will study
b.    Study                                        d. had studied

18. Paul has never visited Jakarta, …..?
a.     doesn’t he                                 c. has he                       e. hadn’t he
b.    hasn’t he                                   d. does he

19. Every body works hard everyday, ….. ?
a.     don’t they                                  c. doesn’t it                   e. isn’t he
b.    don’t you                                  d. doesn’t she

20. Let’s go to the restaurant, ……?
a.     shall we                                    c. will you                     e. aren’t I
b.    won’t we                                   d. aren’t we

B. Essay
21.  Fill in the blank with suitable expression 
      Narnia         : Oh, no. my file lost. I have to submit it tomorrow. 
      Andy          : ……………………I’ll help you to find it. I am sure we find it.

22. Fill in the blank with suitable expression
     Gardit          : I slipped when I drove my car in the rainy road. Fortunately I am all right.
     Fitriana        : ………………….. you are not wounded

23. Put the verb in the bracket into the correct one.
       I would apply for the job if I …….. (be) you.

24. Give the remark with suitable question tag.
      You will accompany me to the party, ……………..?

25. Combine the sentences with suitable temporal conjunction
-          Maria took a bath.
-          Maria went to school
PERSIAPAN UJIAN BLOK 1

I. Choose the correct answer by crossing a,b,c,d or e on your answer sheet.
Text 1.
Why Do Mosquitoes Buzz
            
            Long, long ago, mosquitoes didn’t buzz, they talked and talked.
            One day, Mosquito was talking to Iguana, telling her about his vacation, about every-minute of his vacation. Mosquito would not let Iguana say  one word. Iguana was  so annoyed that she walked away, leaving Mosquito still talking. Iguana grumbled and waved her tail.
            She was still grumbling when she passed her friend Snake, and forgot all about saying hello. Snake was feeling hurt. He felt so sad that he slithered down a rabbit’s hole.
            “Help!” yelled Rabbit as she scurried out hole, terrified of Snake.
            “What’s wrong ?” cawed Crow as he saw  Rabbit racing. Danger must be near . “Run for your lives!” cawed Crow. 
            Monkey heard Crow’s warning and took off through the treetops, leaping branch to branch. When monkey landed on Owl’s branch, high up in a leafy tree, Owl’s nest tipped off the branch and fell to the ground, breaking Owl’s eggs. Owl was heartbroken, so much that she didn’t hoot for the sun to come up.
            The whole jungle  was mad at Mosquito. Finally Owl hooted for the sun to come up and when it did  Mosquito lost his voice. All he could do was buzzing in everyone’s ears. “Zzzzzzzzzzzz! Is everyone still mad at me !”.

01.  The text above belongs to….
  1. Anecdote                                  c. procedure                             e. description
  2. spoof                                                   d. narrative

02.  What tense does the text above mostly use?
a. Present tense                              c. Present future                        e. Past continuous
b. Past tense                                  d. Present perfect

03.  What did Monkey do to the Owl’s eggs?
  1. Monkey broke the Owl’s eggs when he was on the branch.
  2. Monkey climbed on Owl’s tree when he heard Crow’s warning.
  3. Monkey damaged Owl’s nest when he climbed the tree.
  4. Monkey fell on the Owl’s eggs when he climbed the tree.
  5. Monkey made the Owl’s nest fall when he landed on Owl’s branch.

04. Why did Iguana grumble?
a.     Because Mosquito told him about his vacation.
b.    Because Iguana was annoyed so he walked away.
c.     Because Mosquito wouldn’t allow him to say a word.
d.    Because Mosquito talked and talked.
e.     Because Iguana waved her tail.

05.  She was still grumbling when she passed , Snake ….The underlined word refers to…. 
a. Iguana                                         c. Owl                                       e. Snake
b. Mosquito                                                d. Rabbit

06.  Finally Owl hooted for the sun to come up and when it, Mosquito lost his voice. The words come up have the same meaning with……
a. miss                                           c. set                                        e. wake up
b. disappear                                   d. arise

Text 2.
Jakarta
            Jakarta is the capital of the Republic of Indonesia. It has a population of six million, the largest of any urban center in the Southeast Asia. It is located on the alluvial plain of Ciliwung River in northwestern Java. The city is coextensive with its metropolitan area, Jakarta Raya and forming a special capital region. The city has expanded from the Kota, or Old city and now includes the modern port of Tanjung Priok.
            The majority of the city’s residents are Moslem from west, central and east Java. In the last 30 years, heavy in-migration, primarily from the densely populated areas of Java, has encountered for much of the rapid growth. Jakarta is the major industrial and commercial center in Indonesia with textiles and food processing among its more important industries. 
            Jakarta’s port is the nation’s center of Indonesia. The Museum of Indonesia Culture, houses both domestic and overseas flights.
            Jakarta is also the cultural center of Indonesia. The Museum of Indonesia culture houses both ancient and modern works art.
            The University of Indonesia and nine private universities are located here.
            Jakarta was settled as a trading center by Hindus and Buddhist from India about 15th century. The Portuguese dominated the area in the 14th century, but they were ousted by the Sultan of Bantam in 1527. He named the city Jayakarta, meaning “glorious fortress”. 
07.  What  does the text above belong to ?
  1. Report                                      c. narrative                                e. explanation
  2. Description                               d. exposition

08.  What tense does the text above mostly use?
a. present tense                              c. past tense                             e. present future tense
b. present continuous tense             d. present perfect tense

09.  Where is Jakarta located?
  1. in the metropolitan area             c. the Kota or Old city               e. in northwestern Java
  2. Tanjung Priok                            d. on the alluvial plain of Ciliwung River

10.  The majority of the City’s residents are Moslems ……….(Prg 2, first sentence). The word “ residents” has the same meaning with…..
a. citizens                                       c. persons                                e. human
b. people                                        d. population

11.  Which of the following statements is not true?
  1. the port of Tanjung Priok belongs to the city now.
  2. Jakarta is the largest urban center in Southeast Asia.
  3. Jakarta is the major industrial and commercial center.
  4. Sultan of Bantam ousted Hindus and Buddhist.
  5. Most of residents are Moslems from west, central and east Java.

12.  When did Jakarta begin as a trading center?
a. in 1527                                        c. in the 5th century                    e. in 1945                                  
b. in the 14th century                        d. in the 15th century

13.  The Portuguese dominated the area in the 14th century, but were ousted by Sultan of Bantam in 1527. The word “they” refers to…..
a. Hindus                                        c. Dutch                                    e. Moslems
b. Buddhists                                   d. Portuguese

Text 3.
English Custom
            This anecdote is about two Indians settled in England. One had been living there for some years and had picked up some of their quaint euphemisms. The other, a recent settler, was as yet unaware of them. They were invited for dinner by their English friends. After they had had their drinks, their hostess asked them, “Would you like a wash before I serve dinner?”.
            The knowledgeable one replied,” No, Thanks”. The new settler replied, “I wash my hands before I came.”.
On their way back after dinner, the older settler admonished his friend,” My dear chap, in England “ Would you like a wash” does not mean “Would you like to wash your hands.” It is a polite way of asking “ would you like to urinate?”. The new settler made a mental note of it.
Some days later he was invited by another English friend and after he had his drinks he was asked by his hostess: “Would you like a wash before I serve my dinner?”.
He replied promptly,” No, thank you, madam. I washed against a tree before coming to your house.”
14.  X   : What is the type of the text above?
       Y   : It is …………..
a.     Narrative                                              c. anecdote                               e. argumentation
b.    Description                                          d. exposition

15.  X   : How many people are there in the text ?
       Y   : There are …………….people.
a.     Two                                                    c. four                                      e. six
b.    Three                                                  d. five

16.  X   : The crisis is different perception or idea toward something . What is the crisis in the text?
       Y   : The misunderstanding of cultural meaning of ………..
a.     English custom                                   c. the meaning of “ a wash”.       e. the service of dinner
b.    Two settlers                                         d. the meaning of urinate

17. X    : The new settler made a mental note of it. What does “ it “refer to…
      Y    : “It” refers to ………
a.     no thanks                                            d. would you like to urinate        
b.    I washed my hands before  I came       e. the advice of the old settler
c.     My dear chap

18.  X   : What kind of party is it in the text?
       Y   : It is ………….
       a. dinner party                                            c. wedding party                       e. evening party
       b. birthday party                                         d. tea party
19. The phrase “ made a mental note “ has the same meaning with……..
a.     Say                                                       c. recognize                              e. record
b.    Write                                                     d. remember

20. The next morning Snow White ran away from home when her uncle and aunt were having breakfast. The opposite 
      of the underlined words is….
       a. walked away                                           c. looked for                             e. stayed home
       b. took                                                      d. went out

21. The girl was very tired and hungry then she saw this little cottage. The word “little cottage” have the similar 
      meaning with…….
      a. nice small house                                      c. hut                                        e. little house    
      b. little villa                                                 d. small bungalow

22. Ari               : Have you met my new neighbour?
      Andi           : Not yet, By the way, hoe does he look like?
      Ari              : Really? Oh, He is ………..
a.     an old Balinese big cheerful man            d. a cheerful big old Balinese man         
b.    an old big cheerful Balinese man             e. a cheerful old big Balinese man.
c.     a big cheerful  old Balinese man

Complete the following story by provided words (23-27).
            Once upon a time  there was a fox. He was very hungry. He was in search of………….(23) here and there. At last he reached a garden. There he saw bunches of grapes……….(24) on a tree. His mouth began to water. He went……….(25) the tree. He wanted to get the grapes but the grapes…………..(26) very high from the ground. He ……..(27) again and again to have some grapes. At last he was tired so he went away saying, “ The grapes are sour, they are not worth eating.”.

23. a. food                                                        c. plant                                     e. family
      b. animal                                                     d. friend

24. a. climbing                                                  c. taking                                   e. breaking
     b. hanging                                                   d. landing

25. a. above                                                      c. on                                         e. out
     b. in                                                             d. under

26. a. is                                                                        c. are                                        e. were
      b. am                                                          d. was

27. a. ran                                                          c. sat                                        e. looked for
      b. jumped                                                   d. walked

28. X    : May we smoke here ?
      Y    :No,…..is not allowed in the cinema.
      a. to be smoking                                         c. having smoked                      e. being smoke
      b. smoke                                                    d. smoking

29. They print most scientific books in England. 
       The passive from of the sentence is …….
a.     Most of scientific books is printing (by them) in England.
b.    Most of scientific books are printed (by them) in England.
c.     They printed most scientific books in England
d.    They are printing most scientific books in England.
e.     Most scientific books printed in England.

30. Fani            : What were you doing at 08.00 last night?
      Shinta         : I …. My homework in my room.
      a. will be doing                                            c. is done                                 e. will do
      b. was doing                                               d. will have been done

31. A    : Did she tell her name to you?
     B     : Yes, she ……….me her name after I ……….her twice.
     a. tells, asked                                              c. told, had asked                     e. tells, was asking
     b. told, asked                                              d. tell, was asked

32. After he had finished his work, he went home.
     We can also say: ………………..his work, he went home
     a. finish                                                       c. finished                                 e. having finish
     b. to have finished                                       d. having finished
33. Dani, …………car will be sold , came here this morning.
      a. which                                                      c. whom                                    e. whose
      b. when                                                       d. who

34. Linda           : Did you see the man …………….wears black hat?
      Iswanti        : Yes, He just crossed the street.
      a. when                                                       c. whose                                   e. what
      b. which                                                      d. who

35. The house ………….Charles had lived when he was a child was on the right of the lake.
       a. which                                                     c. who                                      e. what
       b. where                                                     d. whom

36. Atza            : What do you think about our new headmaster?
      Dany          : He must be able to bring some surprises and improvement for us.
      This means that Dany gives his expression of ………………    
      a. surprise                                                   c. request                                 e. regret
      b. opinion                                                   d. preference

37. Salsa          : I lost my hand phone
      Siti             : That’s too bad.
       The italic utterance expresses……………
       a. disappointment                                      c. regret                                    e. sympathy
       b. offer                                                      d. agreement

38. Anissa         : Studying English is just to waste time and money.
     Umi             : I completely …………with you. I think studying English is very useful for our life.
     a. disagree                                                   c. agree                       e. see no points to reject your idea
     b. that’s good luck                                       d. that’s terrible

39. Rizky           : Hi, Afrizal. What are you doing?
      Afrizal         : I’m sweeping the yard, but actually I hate to do it.
      It means that Afrizal …..
      a. likes sweeping                                         c. loves sweeping                     e. interested of sweeping
      b. dislikes sweeping                                                d. very fond of sweeping.

40. Meita           : Which one do you prefer swimming or cycling ?
      Fatih           : …………………
a.     I prefer cycling from swimming               d. I prefer cycling better than swimming
b.    I prefer cycle than swim                         e. I prefer cycling than swimming
c.     I prefer cycling  to swimming     

II. Essay
41. Combine these two sentences, use the relative pronoun.
a.     The man is my teacher.
b.    We are waiting for him

42. Change this sentence into passive voice.
-          The doctor should give Mary blood transfusion
………………………………………………………………………………..

43. Arrange these words into good phrase.
     -Miss Yuli – is - teacher – a – English – beautiful –slim.
     ……………………………………………………………………………….

44. Complete the following dialogue.
      A    : What do you think about “ Si Doel Anak Betawi?”.
      B    : …………………………………………………exciting
      A    : How can you like it ?
      B    : ………………………………………………………… 

45.   Write  apart  of short  summary on Freddie Mercury’s life. Use the following notes given.
-          born on September 5th in Zanzibar
-          parents – Bomi and Jer Bulsara – Persian
-          1974/moved to India/attended St Peter’s English boarding school in Panchgani outside Bombay.
-          At school/talented student/ good at art and sports.
-          Took a piano course

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