Narrative Text dan Soal Pilihan Ganda lengkap Dengan Kunci Jawaban Untuk lampiran RPP bahan ajar atau Appendix Skripsi Bahasa Inggris Part 7

Narrative Text dan Soal Multiple Choices lengkap Dengan Kunci Jawaban Untuk lampiran RPP bahan ajar atau Appendix Skripsi  Bahasa Inggris Part 7


       “A dog was once running away with a large piece of meat in his mouth. He had stolen it from a butcher’s shop. Soon, he came to a stream with a wooden bridge over it. He looked down by chance and saw his reflection in its clear water. He took it for another dog with a large piece of meat in his mouth. He could not bear the sight. He jumped down into the stream to snatch it. But the moment he opened his mouth, his piece of meat fell and sank to the bottom of the stream. He lost his own and did not get the other. He was rightly punished for his greediness.”

1. “What did he see in the clear water?

A. a fish

B. a wooden bridge

C. a dog with a large piece of meat

D. nothing

2. Why did he lose his meat?

A. because he was greedy

B. because he gave it to another dog

C. because it fell to the stream

D. because he opened his mouth”

3. “He could not bear the sight”. The underlined word can be best replaced by the

following words, EXCEPT.

A. have

B. carry

C. expect

D. lack


      “Once upon the time, a greedy young man had a strange goose. It laid a golden egg every day. He sold these eggs in the market and went on growing richer and richer. But he was not satisfied with how fortune smiled at him. He wanted to become a millionaire overnight. He decided to kill the goose to have at once all the eggs that were inside her. He lost no time in putting his scheme into practice. But he was disappointed to find only one egg inside it. He lost the goose as well as the eggs that he used to get every day. His greediness caused his misfortune. But it was no use crying over spilled milk.”

4. “He sold these eggs in the market...” the underlined word refers….

a. egg

b. a greedy young man

c. goose

d. a golden egg

5. What is the main idea of the passage above.

A. A greedy young man will never feel satisfied

B. A bad character

C. He became a millionaire

D. He lost the goose


       “Once, there was a crow. He was feeling very thirsty. He flew about in search of water. He caught sight of the jug and flew down to it. But the water was too low to reach. He was disappointed. He was about to fly away when he thought of a clever plan. It made the water rise to the brim. He drank it happily and flew away full of great joy.”

6. “Why did the Crow search for water?

A. because he was thirsty

B. because he was tired

C. because he was exhausted

D. because he was bored

7. Which statement is NOT TRUE about the crow?

A. he was feeling exhausted

B. he flew to find some water

C. he found a jug

D. he was disappointed”

8. What did he do after he saw a heap of pebbles.

A. he brought them to the jug

B. he dropped them into the jug

C. he throws them away

D. he flew away


       “Once there lived three artists of great fame in a big city. They were  competing for certain prizes. One of them painted a wreath of flowers. It looked so real that bee came and sat on it. The other painted a basket of vegetables. These  looked so nice that a cow tried to bite at them. The third painted a curtain. It looked so natural that the judge tried to remove it. This painting won the prize because it deceived a man, while the other two had deceived only an insect and an animal.”

9. What is the main idea of the passage above?

A. Three artists are lost in a game

B. Three artists painted a curtain

C. Three artists won the prize

D. Three artists painted the flowers

10. It looked so natural that the judge tried to remove it. The underlined word 


A. A basket of vegetables

B. A curtain

C. A bee

D. A cow

11. “Once there lived three artists of great fame in a big city.”

The sentence above as generic structure is….?

A. orientation

B. identification

C. complication

D. resolution


      “Once there lived many rats in their holes in a certain field. A cat came there every day in search of his favorite food. She killed as many of them as she liked and ate them full of her heart. They did not know how to get rid of their enemy.  They held a meeting to think over the problem. Many proposals came under discussion. But they were all turned down for one reason or the other. At last, a young rat proposed to tie a bell around her neck., “it’s ringing”, said the young rat. “would tell us she is coming toward us. This would give us a chance to run for our lives”. “But who will bell the cat?” asked an old rat. None could answer this question, and nothing useful came out of their meeting.”

12. They were all turned down for one reason or the other. The following word, 

EXCEPT, can best replace the underlined….

A. accept

B. refuse

C. dismiss

D. reject

13. The word “he” in line 5 refers …..

A. cat

B. rat

C. mouse

D. enemy


      “A bee was once returning to its hive after a day’s hard work. The wind was blowing furiously, and it fell into the stream. A dove was sitting on a tree close.  She saw the bee struggling hard to save itself from being drowned. She took pity  on the little creature. It fell near the bee. It climbed on the leaf, dried up its wings and flew away. After a few days, the bee saw a hunter carefully aim to shoot the same dove. At once, it flew down upon his hand and stung him hard. He fired in a hurry. In his intense pain, he missed his aim, and the dove flew away. She was thankful to bee for saving her from immediate death.”

14. What is the main idea of the passage above?

A. A dove and a bee helped each other

B. A bee fell into the stream

C. A dove helped a bee

D. A dove and a bee fell down


       “A few friends one day went to the river to enjoy themselves. They looked at the rise and the fall of the waves. One of them was very greedy. He immediately jumped into the river to catch hold of it. He was shocked to discover that it was a bear and not a blanket on reaching near it. He turned round to swim back at once. But the bear caught hold of him. He tried to free himself, but it was all in vain. His friends thought that he was drowning with the load of the blanket. Therefore, they advised him to save himself by letting the blanket go. They heard him crying and said, “I’m ready to leave the blanket, but the blanket does not leave me.”

15. What did they see on the river?

A. something black

B. blanket

C. dead body

D. the bear

16. “They saw something black floating in the river at some distance”. The word

‘saw’ can be replaced….?

A. Look at

B. Think

C. Listen

D. Touch

17. What is the main idea of the passage above.

A. A few friends with a greedy man

B. One of my friends was greedy

C. A few friends need a blanket

D. A few friends were crying


       “Once upon a time, on the coast of East Java, there lived a variety of sea animals. They lived in peace. Only an octopus called Cumi couldn’t get along with other sea creatures. Cumi was so cruel. One day Cumi went to the house of  a fish named Suro. He told Suro that one of the crocodiles, Boyo, had a plan to harm Suro. Suro and Boyo were best friends. That’s why Suro didn’t believe Cumi. 

       Then, Cumi went to Boyo’s house and said that Suro had a plan to harm him. This time, Cumi’s lies were so convincing that Boyo believes Cumi. Boyo was furious. He got upset and swam in a hurry to Suro’s house. He attacked Suro and wounded him. 

      Suro was still calm and didn’t fight back. But knowing that Boyo would never stop attacking him, Suro became brave and strong. He fought Boyo bravely until the sea turned red with their blood. In the place where they once fought was built a city called Suroboyo. Suroboyo, therefore, means brave and danger.”

18. What kind of text is the text above?

A. recount text

B. narrative text

C. report text

D. descriptive text

19. The word “him” in paragraph 3 refers…..

A. Suro

B. Suro and Boyo

C. Cumi

D. Boyo

       “Long, long ago, when the gods and goddesses used to mingle in the affairs of mortals, there was a small kingdom on the slope of Mount Wayang in West Java. The King, named Sang Prabu, was a wise man. He had an only daughter, Princess Teja Nirmala, who was famous for her beauty, but she was not married.

       After that, the Prince of Blambangan, named Raden Begawan had won the competition. Unfortunately, the wicked fairy, Princess Segara, fell in love with Raden Begawan and used magic power to render him unconscious, and he forgot his wedding. When Sang Prabu searched, Raden Begawan saw him and soon realized that the wicked fairy had enchanted him. The fairy could not accept this, so she killed Raden Begawan. When Princess Teja Nirmala heard this, she was unfortunate. So a lovely fairy took her to the Kahyangan.”

20. Which one of the following statements is false about Sang Prabu?

A. Sang Prabu was a father of his only daughter

B. Sang Prabu was a king of a kingdom in West Java

C. Sang Prabu was taken to Kahyangan by a wicked fairy

D. Sang Prabu was a wise man

21. What do you think will happen if gods or goddesses cannot mingle in people's 

affairs on the earth?

A. Princess Segara will have married Raden Begawan

B. Sang Prabu will not hold strength competition

C. Raden Begawan will not die

D. Wicked Fairy will not take Raden Begawan’s life

22. “He had an only daughter”. The word “he” refers….?

a. Wayang

b. Kingdom

c. Raden Begawan

d. Sang Prabhu

23. What is the main idea of the passage above.

A. Princess Teja Nirmala was famous for her beauty

B. Raden Begawan had won the competition

C. The King, named Sang Prabu, was a wise man

D. Princess Segara fell in love with Raden Begawan

24. The similarity between fairy and human according to the text….?

A. The place they live

B. The jealousy that they posses

C. The way they don’t feel a love One day Sang Prabu decided to settle by a show of strength.

D. The strength they have

      “A long time ago, there lived on the island of Bali a giant-like creature named Kobo Iwo. The people of Bali used to say that Kobo Iwo was everything, a destroyer and a creator. He was satisfied with the meal, but this meant for the Balinese people enough food for a thousand men. 

       Difficulties arose when the barns were almost empty for the first time, and the new harvest was still a long way off. It made Kobo Iwo wild with great anger. In his hunger, he destroyed all the houses and even all the temples. It made the Balinese turn to rage.

       So, they came together to plan steps to oppose this powerful giant by using his stupidity. They asked Kobo Iwo to build them very well and rebuild all the houses and temples he had destroyed. After they fed Kbo Iwo, he began to dig a deep hole.

       One day he had overeaten, he fell asleep in the hole. The oldest man in the village gave a sign, and the villagers began to throw the limestone they had collected before into the hole. The limestone made the water inside the whole boiling. Kobo Iwo was buried alive. Then the well rose higher and higher until, at last, it overflowed and formed Lake Batur. The mound of earth dug from the well by Kobo Iwo is known as Mount Batur.”

25. Which the following fact is actual about Kobo Iwo?

A. Kebo Iwo ate a small amount of meat

B. Kebo Iwo is a destroyer that cannot make anything

C. Kebo eat food was equal for food of thousand people

D. Kebo Iwo was angry because Balinese people stole his food

26. “He was satisfied with the meal”. The word ‘he’ refers….?

A. Kobo Iwo

B. Lake Batur

C. Temple

D. The island

27. What is the main idea of the passage above?

A. A lake build by Kobo Iwa

B. A well dug by Kobo Iwa

C. The mountain build by Kobo Iwa

D. KBO Iwo was a destroyer as well as a creator in Bali

        “A long time ago, very few people lived in the New Territories. There were only a few villages. If the people wanted to go from one town to another, they often had to pass through wild and unsafe forests.

       One day, a farmer’s young wife went to the next village to visit her mother and brother. She brought along her baby son. When it was time for her to leave, her brother said, “ it is getting dark. Let my son, Ah Tim, go with you through the forest.”

       So Ah Tim led the way, and the young woman followed behind, carrying her baby. When they were in the forest, suddenly they saw a group of wolves. They began to run to avoid the danger, but Ah Tim kicked against a stone and fell. At once, the wolves caught him. The young woman cried to the wolves, “ please eat my son instead.” Then, she put her baby son on the ground in front of the wolves and took her nephew away. Everyone understood that this was because the woman was very good and kind. She had offered her own son’s life to save her nephew.

       They ran back to the house and called for help. All men in the village fetched thick sticks and went back with her into the forest. When they got there, they saw something extraordinary. Instead of eating the woman’s baby, the wolves were C. She wanted the wolves to eat her son.

D. She was crazy.”

31. What separated from one village to another a long time ago in the New 


A. Another village

B. Forests

C. Mountains

D. Hills

32. The brother let her son go with his aunt as she left home because

A. Ah, Tim wanted to see the wolves

B. His aunt wanted him to come long

C. Ah Tim would be a guardian for them

D. The baby was too cute to be alone

33. What is the purpose of the writer by writing the story above?

A. To describe the danger of the villages

B. To tell the villagers’ relationship

C. To explain how essential a relative is

D. To entertain the readers of the story

34. Who walked in front when they were in the forest.

A. The woman’s son

B. Ah Tm

C. The woman

D. Her brother’s nephew

       Meanwhile, the seven dwarfs were coming home from work. There they found Snow White sleeping. Then Snow White woke up. She saw the dwarfs. The dwarfs said, “What is your name?” Snow White said, “My name is Snow White.” Then, Snow White told the dwarfs the whole story. The dwarfs said, “you may live here with us.” Snow White answered, “Oh, could I? Thank you.” Finally, Snow White and the seven dwarfs lived happily ever after.”

35. To tell the plot, the writer uses tenses….?

A. past tense

B. time sequences

C. contrastive evidence

D. a rhetorical question and an exclamation

36. What type of text is used by the writer?

A. report

B. anecdote

C. comparative

D. narrative

37. Why Snow White ran away to the woods?

A. Her parents passed away

B. Her uncle was angry with her

C. Her uncle and aunt would go to America

D. Snow White was happy to run away

38. When did Snow White run away to the woods?

A. In the afternoon

B. In the morning

C. In the evening

D. In the full moon

39. “She lived with her aunt and uncle because her parents were dead”. The word

‘she’ refers…..

A. Uncle

B. Dwarfs

C. Aunt

D. Snow White

Kunci Jawaban

1. C 21. C

2. C 22. D

3. B 23. D

4. B 24. D

5. A 25. B

6. A 26. D

7. A 27. D

8. A 28. D

9. D 29. B

10. C 30. B

11. B 31. A

12. A 32. C

13. B 33. D

14. B 34. B

15. A 35. A

16. A 36. D

17. B 37. C

18. D 38. B

19. B 39. D

20. D

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