Questin about “Narrative, Report, and Analytical”


Cars Should Be Banned In The City

Cars should be banned in the city. As we all know, cars create pollution, and cause a lot of road deaths and other accidents.

Firstly, cars, as we all know contribute the most of pollution in the world. Cars emit a deadly gas causes illnesses such as bronchitis, lung cancer, and trigger of asthma. Some of these illness are so bad that people can die from them.

Secondly, the city is very busy. Pedestrians wander every where and cars commonly hit pedestrians in the city, which causes them to die. Cars today are our roads biggest killers.

Thirdly, cars are very noisy. If you live in the city, you may find it hard to sleep at night, or concentrate in your homework, and especially talk to someone.

In conclusion, cars should be banned from the city for the reasons listed.

1.      What type of the text above?

a.       Narrative.

b.      Report.

c.       Analytical.

d.      Explanation.

e.       Description.

2.      What one of the diseases caused by pollution?

a.       HIV / AIDS


c.       LIVER

d.      IMPOTENT

e.       CHOLERA

3.      What tense is mostly used in the text?

a.       Past tense

b.      Simple present tense

c.       Simple perfect tense

d.      Present continuous tense

e.       Past continuous tense

4.  We usually call the last paragraph as………

a.       Resolution

b.      Reiteration

c.       Conclusion

d.      Recommendation

e.       Twist

5. What is the purpose of the text?

a.    to persuade reader about the Cars Should Be Banned In The City

b.    to explain the characteristics the Cars Should Be Banned In The City

c.    to inform readers about Cars Should Be Banned In The City

d.    to describe Cars Should Be Banned In The City

e.    to entertain readers about Cars Should Be Banned In The City

6. The following sentences are true, except …

a.   the cars contribute the most of pollution in the world.

b.   the cars are very noisy.

c.   the cars can also cause many deaths and other road accidents.

d.   the car cans accelerate the transport.

e.   the cars today are our roads biggest killers.

7. What the title text above?

a.       Cars Should Be Banned In The City

b.      Cars cause pollution.

c.       Car giant killer street.

d.      Car facilitate transportation.

e.       Cars cause noise of the city.

8. Which paragraph is called arguments?

a.       I and II.

b.      IV

c.       All paragraph

d.      II, III, and III

e.       I and IV

9. Is the car also cause pollution?

a.       No.

b.      No, he is.

c.       Yes, it’s

d.      Yes.

e.       No, it’s not.

10. Is the car also cause noise?

a.       Yes, it’s.

b.      No, it’s

c.       No.

d.      Yes, he is.

e.       No, it’s not.


Elephants: The Amazing Animals

Elephants are the largest land animals on earth. They have the largest brains of   

any  mammal.  Elephants  talk  to  each  other.  Researchers  have  discovered 

more than 50 different types of calls that they use to communicate with each other. 

Their trunks are strong enough to pick up trees but sensitive enough to pick up 

flowers  They use them as tools to sweep paths, to scratch themselves, 

to swat flies, and to draw in the dir They are good swimmers and use        

their trunks like snorkels. They live together in family groups. They help 

each other when in trouble. They join together to care for and rescue their young.

Comprehension questions

1.    What does the text tell us about?

       a.    amazing animal        b. elephants      c.    researchers

2.    What is the main idea of the paragraph?

       a.    Elephants have largest brain                       

       b.    Elephants are the largest animals

       c.    Elephants has 50 differents types                     

      d.   Elephants are good awimmwera

3.    The elephants part of the body that is described in the text …

       a.    head                                                     c.    tusk

       b.    ears                                                     d.    trunks

4.    Which of the following descriptions is not correct?

       a.    Elephants can’t take flowers.      

       b.   They can communicate well with their babies.

       c.    They are cooperative among others.

5.    How do they sweep paths?

       They use

       a.    its feet                               c.    its trunks

       b.    its head                            d.    its brain

7.    “They use them …”

       Them refers to …

       a.    elephants         b. flowers     c.  trunks       d.  esearcher  

8.    They talk each other the other word of talk is …

       a.    communicate     b.    help       c.    join          d.    rescue

9.    “… to care for and rescue their …”

       The closest synonim of the word “rescue” is …

       a.    bring            b.    feed             c.  save        d.   eat          

10.  “Researchers  have  discovered more than….”

       The underlined word has the same meaning as ….

       a. looked for     b.   got               c. searched   d. found


     Gorillas are the largest of all the primates. A male gorilla can be 180 centimeters 

tall  and  can  weigh  200  kilograms.  Gorillas  are  very  strong  but  they  do not 

often fight. In fact they are peaceful animals. Gorillas live in small family groups of 

about 15.  In a group there is one strong, older male, some young males, and 

a few females with their babies. They move slowly around a large area of jungle 

eating leaves and bushes.

            In some ways gorillas are very like humans. When they are happy,   

 they laugh and wave their arms. When they are angry, they beat their chests. 

When they are sad, they cry. But they cry quietly, without any tears. 

Unfortunately, people hunt and kill gorillas. They also cut down and burn their trees. 

There are now only about 10,000 gorillas left in the world.


1.   How tall can gorillas be?

       a.    one hundred and eighteen           c.    eighteen hundred

       b.    one hundred eighty                     d.    two hundred

2.   What is thepurpose of the text above?

       a.    to retell about gorillas                c.    to entertain the gorillas

       b.    to explain gorillas                     d.    to describe gorillas

3.    What does paragraph 1 tell us about?

       a.    The size of gorillas                              c.    The largest gorillas

       b.    The strenght of gorillas                       d.    The habitat of gorillas

4.   The main idea of the second paragraph is ….

       a.    There are only about 10,000 gorillas in the world

       b.    People hunt and kill gorillas

       c.    Gorillas are like human

       d.    When gorillas sad, they cry

5.   How do gorillas live?

       They live …

       a.    alone       b. in group     c. peacefully      d.    nomad

6.   “They also cut down and burn …”

       “They” here refers to ….

       a.    gorillas        b.    people       c.    humans       d.    females

Sumatran Rhinoceros

       The Sumatran rhinoceros (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis) is the smallest 

rhino species. It is also the most distinctive rhinoceros. It has been hunted 

a lot that it is almost extinct. There are  less than 300 Sumatran rhinoceroses 

surviving in Malaysia and Indonesia. Between 1985 and 1995, the number 

of Sumatran rhinos declined by 50 percent because of poaching and habitat d


       The Sumatran rhinoceros has unique grey or reddish-brown coat. It is 

believed to be the only survivor of the lineage that included the woolly rhinoceros. 

Sumatran rhinos stand up to 1.4 m (4.6 ft) at the shoulder and weigh 

up  to 1,000 kg (2,200 lb). They have folded skin, like the other Asian rhinos, 

except that it is covered with coarse, bristly hair. The Sumatran is the only rhino

in Asia with two horns. The front horn is usually the longest, reaching a length 

of 90 cm (36 inch), and the rear one is sometimes so small that the animal 

looks as if it is single-horned.

       They live mainly in forest-covered hills near water and are known to be 

good at climbing slopes and swimming. They move mainly at night, and spend 

most of the day wallowing in mud-holes and pools. Sumatran rhinoceroses 

usually feed on leaves, twigs, and fruits.

       Female rhinos reach sexual maturity at about the age of five or six. 

The males mature between the ages of seven and eight. However, they 

do not father calves until they have claimed a territory, which may take 

them three or four years. Rhinos always have a single calf, born after a gestation 

period of 15 to 18 months. The calf may feed on its mother’s milk for up to 

two years, and it usually remains with its mother until she is about to give birth 

once more. The calf is only raised by its mother.

1.    What does the first paragraph tell us about?

       a.    the description of sumatran rhinos        c.    The number of Sumatran rhino

       b.    The habitat of Sumatran rhino             d.   The destrucyion of habitat

2.    Paragraph 3 mainly tells us about …of the Sumatran rhino

       a.    habit     b.  food           c.habitat         d.    life

3.    Why is the sumatran rhinos almost extinct?

       Because ….

       a.    people lokk after them                       c.    people feed them

       b.    people hunt tthem                             d.   people save them

4.    The following is true based on the text?

       a.  There are a large number Sumatran rhinos      

       b.  Female rhino has folded skin

       c.  Sunatran rhinos only live in Indonesia            

      d.   Sunatran rhinos live in open forest

5.    How tall is the sumatran rhino?

       a.  40 cm        b. 140 m       c. 50 sm     d. 14 cm

6.    “….the rear one is ….”

       “one” refers to ….

       a.    rhino      b.    horn       c.  length     d.  animal

7.    “… the rear one is …”

       The underlined word hs similar meaning as …

       a.   front         b.  small                c. single


Kajanthini Selvrasa never imagined that on the very day she planned to be married in Sri Lanka she would be dealing with two deaths, and then he news of her grieving mother and father might not be free to return with her to Canada, fir they lost their passport.

“you have two deaths in your family and this is how you are treated,” the exhausted Selvrasa, who lost her aunt and grandmother, murmured in her family’s home in Colombo.

Selvrasa, 23, of Mississauga and her fiancé, Benjamin Yogarajah, 28, of North York, had traveled with her parents to Sri Langka for their wedding on the 29 the of December. Her parents, Sri Langka nationals who have lived in Toronto as landed immigrants for more than a decade, lost all their identification when the waves hit her grandmother’s home.

The Canadian high commission in Colombo told them they must reapply for the documents before they can come back.

“I know they have a lot to deal with,” said Yogarajah to Selvrasa.

“Yeah…” replied the hopeless Selvrasa.

Selvrasa’s grandmother, Rasanayagam Algaratnam, her aunt, Jayarannee Puvipal, and Puvipal’s husband and their three children were inside Algaratnam’s house when the surging water advanced on the home.

Puvipal’s husband scooped up one of their three children and ran, while a neighbour carried a second to safety. But, a 9-year-old remained whit algaratnam and Puvipal, who were searching for the family’s passports when the water reached them. The boy was pushed the water’s force to the ceiling, where he clung, frightened and bleeding, as the women were engulfed, frightened and bleeding, as the women were engulfed.

Their bodies were recovered, but only after thieves had stripped puvipal’s battered body of the wedding jewellery.

  1. What is the former nationality of Selvrasa’s parents
    a. India
    b. Sri Lanka
    c. Canada
    d. Singapore
  2. What is Benjamin Yogarajah?
    a.  Selvrasa’s  son
    b.  Selvrasa’s  husband
    c.  Selvrasa’s  father
    d.  Selvrasa’s  fiance
  3. Selvrasa’s  family was in ____ when the surging water reach them.
    a. the hotel
    b. the restaurant
    c. Yogarajah’s house
    d. Algaratnam’s house
  4. “… while a neighbour carried a second to safety.” (line 28-29). What does ‘a second’ refer to?
    a. Puvipal’s child
    b.  Puvipal’s  husband
    c.  Puvipal’s  neighbour
    d. Algaratnam
  5. According to the text above, who are dead in the disater?
    a. Selvrasa and her husband
    b. Algaratnam and Yogarajah
    c. Puvipal and Algaratnam
    d. Selvrasa and Puvipal

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