Arrange the sentences below into a correct narrative!
(1) At the further of the wood was another pretty cottage
(2) There was once a sweet maid who lived in a pretty cottage
(3) She gave her a red clock with a hood which she always wear
(4) Where grandmother lived in
(5) Everybody loved this little girl, her grandmother loved her most of all
(6) So, people called her Red Riding Hood
The best arrangement is...
What can we get from the story?
We have to save ourselves
We have to learn how to climb
Bear will not harm a dead man
True friend always stand by us in ups and downs
"He advised me not to believe a false friend." (Paragraph 3) The underlined word refers to ....
The dead man
The friend who cannot climb
The friend who climb the tree
Where do you think the story happened?
In the river
In the park
In the woods
In the zoo
Which the following fact is true about Kbo Iwo?
Kebo Iwo ate a little amount of meat
Kebo Iwo is a destroyer that cannot make anything
Kebo Iwo was angry because his food was stolen by Balinese people
Kebo Iwo destroyed all the house but not the temple
Kebo ete food which was equal for thousand people
Why did Kbo Iwo feel angry to the Balinese people?
Because Balinese people ate his meal
Because Balinese people took his food so his barns was empty
Because Balinese people didn’t give him food
Because Balinese people were in hunger
Because Balinese people turned to rage
“So, they came together to plan steps to oppose this powerful giant……”(Paragraph 3). The antonym of the word “oppose “ is….
From the text we know that ....
Only one rooster can rule the roost
The roosters are fighting to flap their wings
The eagle had watched them all day
The farm needs a new king
What is the main idea of paragraph 3?
An eagle watching the rooster from a distance
The loosing rooster came out from its hiding place
The eagle took the winning rooster as its prey
The winning rooster celebrates its winning proudly
What can we learn from the story?
There's always a bigger enemy in this life
Your friend can be your enemy
Always grab an opportunity before you
Don't be cocky when we have achieved our goal
What did the milk-maid carry on her hand?
A pail of milk
A pail of eggs
What does the text tell us about?
A pail of milk
A hardworking girl
A day dreaming milk-maid
What can we learn from the story above?
Don't cry over the split milk
Don't cry before you are hurt
Don't dream when you sleep
Don't count your chickens before they are hatched
We can learn that we have to ….
Show our loves to our mother
Buy ﬂowers for our mothers
Keep our mother alive
Obey to our mother
What did the man do after buying the girl a red rose?
He gave her a ride to her home
He took the girl to her mother’s cemetery
He went to his own home
He placed the rose on his mother’s grave
The main idea of the ﬁrst paragraph is …
A sad girl was thinking of her mother
A man helped a girl by buying her a ﬂower
A girl needed a man to deliver her a ﬂower
A man bought a ﬂower for a girl