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Platypus

Many people call platypus duckbill because this animal has a bill like duckbill.Platypus is a native Taswmania and eastern Australia.Platypus has a flat tail and webbed feet.Its body length is 30 to 45 cm and covered with a thick,and wooly layer of fur.Its bill is detecting prey and stirring up mud.Platypus eyes and head are small.It has no ears but has ability to sense sound and light. Platypus lives in streams,rivers,and lakes.Female platypus usually dig burrows in the streams or river bank.The burrows are blocked with soil to protect it from intruders and flooding.In the other hand,male platypus does not need any burrow to stay. 1. a. b. c. d. e. The genre of the text above is.. procedure report analytical anecdote hortatory

2. It has no ears but has ability to sense sound and light the underline word mean.. a. healthy b. sensible c. convenient d. audible e. ability 3. a. b. c. d. e. 4. a. b. c. d. e. 5. a. b. c. d. What tense is mostly used in the text. present tense past tense present perfect tense present contionuous tense past continuos tense what is the purpose of the text? to explain the platypus to inform about platypus to describe platypus to tell about platypus to entertain the readers the text above tell about duckbill intruders duckbill platypus animal on the Australia

e. duckbill on the Tasmania 6. a. b. c. d. e. 7. a. b. c. d. e. 8. a. b. c. d. e. which is the true according to the text? platypus isnt a native Tasmania. Its body length is 30 to 45 cm. Platypus eyes and head are biggest. Its covered with a thin. Many people call duckbill platypus. a platypus has body length is 30 to 45 cm and covered with thick this part of the text is called. identification orientation complication general classification descriptions which is not true according to the text? platypus live in streams, rivers and lakes. has no ears but has ability to sense sound and light platypus is a native Tasmania and southern and eastern Australia. Its covered with a thin. Many people call platypus duckbill.

9. it has no ears but has ability to sense sound and light(part 1) the underline word means.. a. forceful b. weak c. containing d. trace e. having 10. what is the generic structure above the text? a. Orientation, complication and resolution. b. Thesis, argument and reiteration. c. Orientation, event and twist. d. Thesis, argument and recommendation. e. general classification and identification.

THE ELEPHANT
The African Elephant is the largest living land mammal,one of the most impressive animals on earth.The elephants muscular trunk serves as a nose,hand,extra foot,signaling device and a tool for gathering food,siphoning water,dusting,digging and a variety of other function.The long trunk permits the elephant to reach as high as 23 feet.It is capable of powerful twisting and coiling movements used for tearing down trees or fighting. The trunk of thew African elephant has two finger-like structures at is tip.The tusk,another remarkable feature,are greatly elongated incisors (elephants have no canine teeth).Tusk grow for most of an elephants lifetime and are an indicator of age.They areright or left using the favoured tusk as a tool,shortening it from constant wear. 1. what is the title above the text? a. the African b. the elephant c. animal on earth d. the largest livingland mammal e. the tusks 2. the genre of the text above is.. a. hortatory b. analytical c. anecdote d. procedure e. report 3. which is the true according to the text? a. the African elephant is the largest living land amphibian b. the long trunk permits the elephant to reach as hight as 23 feet c. elephants have canine teeth d. the tusk, another dont feature e. the long trunk permit5s the elephant 4. what the mean idea for paragraph 2.. a. shortening it from constant wear b. the trunk of the african elephant has two finger-like structures at its tip c. the african elephant is largest living land mammal. d. Tusks grow for most an elephant lifetime and are indicator of age e. One of the most impressive animals on earth 5. what tense is mostly used in the text? a. past tense b. present tense

c. past continous tense d. present perfect tense e. present continous tense 6. what is the write intention?. To .. how something a. explain b. entertain c. persuade d. describe e. inform 7. how many the generic structure above the text? a. three b. four c. two d. five e. one 8. the African elephant is the largest living land mammal the underlined word is antonym to.. a. wide b. broad c. vast d. capacious e. narrow 9. the tusk, another remark-able.. the underlined word means.. a. talking b. behavior c. conduct d. valid e. attitude 10. what is the purpose of the text? a. to inform about the elephant b. to describe the elephant c. to explain the elephant d. to entertain the readers about elephant e. to tell about elephant

BIRD Birds are warm-blooded vertebrate animals.

Birds have wings,feathers,a beak,no teeth,a skeleleton in which many bones are fused together or are absent,and an extremely efficient,one-way breathing system.Flying birds have strong hollow bones band powerful flight muscles. Most birds can fly.Flying birds wingsare shaped to provide lift,allowing them to fly.These light-weightanimals have adapted to their environment by flying,which makes them efficient hunters,lets them escape from hungry predators (like cats), and takes them away from harsh weather(migration). 1. the text above tell about.. a. vertebrate animal b. bird c. birds have wings d. flying birds e. most birds 2. what type of text is the text above? a. recount b. news item c. description d. report e. explaination 3. lets them escape from hungry predators who are the predators.. a. afficient hunters b. weigth animal c. like cats d. hollow bunes e. vertebrate animal 4. what is the function above the text.. a. to tell the reader about bird b. to describe about bird c. to intern readers about bird d. to tell on un usual bird e. to persuade readers about bird 5. what the mean idea for paragraph 3.. a. birds are warm-blooded vertebrate animals b. bird have wings c. most bird can fly

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