Narrative Text & questions

One day while a mousedeer was walking in the forest, he saw a big black snake sleeping under the tree. When he saw the snake, the mousedeer was frightened. When he wanted to run away from the snake, he suddenly fell on top of a tiger which was sleeping not far from the snake. The tiger woke up and took of the mousedeer. He told the mousedeer that he was going to eat him for lunch. “Please don’t eat me now,” said the mousedeer. “I have something important to do.”
            “Look,” said the mousedeer. “That is the king’s belt. He asked me to stay here and watch it while he was away in the forest.” The tiger looked at the snake and said, “That is a beautiful belt. I need a belt like that. Can I wear it?” He asked the mousedeer.
            “Oh all right,” said the mousedeer. So he picked up the snake and winded it around the tiger. Then the snake woke up and saw the tiger. The snake twisted itself tighter until the tiger couldn’t breathe. The tiger asked the mousedeer to help him. But the mousedeer turned and ran away into the forest.
What kind of text is in the story above?
A.      Narrative Text         C. Report Text.
B.      Recount Text          D. Descriptive Text

2.       Where was the tiger sleeping?
A.      In the middle of the forest.
B.      Next to the mousedeer’s house.
C.     Next the black snake sleeping under the tree.
D.     Far away from the place where the mousedeer fell.
3.       Why did the mousedeer trick the tiger by saying that the snake was a king’s belt.
A.      The mousedeer liked to trick other animals.
B.      The mousedeer was a clever animal.
C.     The tiger wanted to eat him.
D.     The tiger wanted to wear it.
4.       After reading this story, we can learn that …
A.      We have to behave like the mousedeer.
B.      We have to find a way to save ourselves from danger.
C.     Sleeping black snake was a dangerous animal.
D.     We have to be careful with the mousedeers.

5.       What is the communicative purpose of this text?
A.      To inform the readers about activities happened in the past.
B.      To describe something in general.
C.     To give information about the mousedeer.
D.  To entertain the readers.

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The Story of Ciderella

Lesson 1 (Introduction)

Lesson 2 (Verbs)

أخاك أخاك إن مَنْ لا أخا له === كَساعٍ إلى الهيجا بغير سلاح * Literal meaning: Your brother your brother for that who has no brother; is like a person rushing to battle without a weapon. * Metaphoric meaning: be good to your brothers/friends/family because you need them for support as much as they need you