The Materials are:
• Reading : Indonesia Traditional Dance
• Quantifiers
• Vocabulary
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Indonesia has many traditional dances,
every ethnic group has more than two kinds of
dances. Those dances tell the audience about a
ballad or a story according to the kind or the
place of the ethnic group. The Balinese dances,
for example, “Legong” tells about the love story
of the Lasem king, and “Kecak” tells about the
Hanoman’s and Sugriwo’s Monkey troops.
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Most of audiences usually enjoy for the
beauty, the costume and the education of the
dancer only. They do not care the message of
the dance. Every action of the dancer, however,
expresses a guidance, it guides us how to do
the best attitude and behavior in our lives. We
sometimes neglect it for instance, part action of
Javanese dance. Before the dancer moves or
steps her foot, she makes her hand around
in front of her body. She moves her hand
to the left or right side
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then turn it through in front of her head down
to chest to the first position. These action
expresses – before someone does something,
it’s better to consider. Throw away something
bad and take the best one.
Our own traditional dance has a deep
philosophy. It shows the national identity,
Indonesia. We should attempt to keep it if we
do not want to lose it.
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1. What does the “legong” dance
tell the audiences?
a.
b.
c.
d.
Battle story
Love story
Monkey troop
Strong knight
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2. What does paragraph one tell
us about?
a.
b.
c.
d.
Every ethnic has traditional dances.
Meaning of the dances.
Message of the dances.
Traditional dance has a deep
philosophy.
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3.
We sometimes ‘neglect it’, for instance,
part action of Javanese dance.
The underlined word synonymous with ….
a.
b.
c.
d.
care for
ignore
avoid
exist
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4.
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Which statement is true according to
the text?
a. The movement in Javanese dance
symbolizes a deep philosophy of life.
b. Legong and Kecak are kinds of
traditional dances from Java island.
c. The traditional dances express the
place of living.
d. There is no learning value in any
traditional dance.
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5.
“They do not care the message of the
dance.” (par 2)
The underlined word refers to ….
a.
b.
c.
d.
The
The
The
The
traditional dances
audiences
movements
guidance
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Quantifiers
• Definition
Quantifiers digunakan untuk menunjukkan
jumlah benda.
Beberapa ungkapan quantifiers hanya
digunakan dengan Count Noun dan
beberapa yang lainnya hanya digunakan
dengan Non-count Noun.
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Note:
Membedakan benda Countable
dengan Uncountable
A.
Countable Noun
B.
Uncountable Noun
My father bought much furniture to our new
My mother always practices some new
recipes during weekend.
He has three new comic books.
house.
Tita used much oil to fry the fish.
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Singular VS Plural Noun
Countable
Noun
Singular
Plural
a woman
a pen
a house
women
many pens
many houses
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Uncountable Noun
Singular
Plural
furniture
butter
sand
furniture
butter
sand
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Quantifiers
both, a few/few, several, many, a
number of, a couple of
A little/little, much, a great deal of
Some, a lot of, lots of,
plenty of, most, all
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Used with CN
both students
many students
several students
some students
plenty of students
lots of students
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Table of Quantifiers
Used with NCN
a little butter
much butter
some butter
plenty of butter
lots of butter
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1.
Ira wants to write letters to her pen pals.
She needs…papers to do it.
a.
b.
c.
d.
much
some
any
a little
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2.
Mother buys two eggs and she only needs
… cooking oil to fry them.
a.
b.
c.
d.
a few
any
a little
much
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3.
Mother
Tria
Mother
Tria
: Dear, we need some plastic
bags for this fruit.
: I have plenty of them in my
drawer, Mom. I’ll get them
for you.
: Thanks, dear! Get … of
them.
: My pleasure, Mom.
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a.
b.
c.
d.
a little
little
few
a few
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4.
A
B
A
a.
b.
c.
d.
: Do you have soybean?
: Yes. We have a lot. …. Do
you want?
: A kilo, please!
How much
How many
How any
What soybean
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5.
Kuncrit
Ciprut
Kuncrit
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a.
b.
c.
d.
: What can we get from
the fridge?
: There are some apples and
a few banana. Well, there
… some ice tea, too. What
do you want?
: Take me an apple and a
cup of ice tea, please!
is
are
was
were
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Vocabulary
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1.
We need a … of chocolate.
a.
b.
c.
d.
bar
slice
bunch
loaf
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2.
My mother bought a … of grapes at
the greengrocer.
a.
b.
c.
d.
bar
slice
bunch
loaf
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3.
Shopkeeper
Mutia
a.
b.
c.
d.
: Can I help you?
: I need a … of
bread.
Bar
Slice
Bunch
loaf
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4.
Mother
Sely
a.
b.
c.
d.
: Sely, would you please get
me two … of meat.
: Yes, Mom.
Bars
Slices
Bunches
loaves
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5.
Adi
Ali
a.
b.
c.
d.
: What would you like to drink?
: I’d like a … of syrup, please.
glass
can
plate
bowl
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6.
Ani
Ita
a.
b.
c.
d.
: I’m thirsty. Can you get me a …
of ?
: Okay.
glass
can
plate
bowl
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7.
Kara : What would you like to eat?
Dara : I’d like a … of soup, please.
a.
b.
c.
d.
glass
can
plate
bowl
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WRITING
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1.
Arrange these sentences into a good
paragraph.
1. He lives in a small village as a farmer
2. This is because I like to see farmers
working in the rice fields.
3. I have a uncle, Mr. Sanusi.
4. Next week, I want to go there.
a.
b.
c.
d.
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4-3-1-2
1-2-3-4
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2.
1. The host country will be Indonesia
2. And the host city is Jakarta the capital
city of Indonesia
3. we have to give support to our athletes
4. Indonesia will try to be the best of all
5. The 9Th sea Games will be held in 1977
The best arrangement of the jumbled
sentences above is …
a.
b.
c.
d.
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5-1-2-3-4
5-1-3-4-2
1-3-4-2-5
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3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
A : I hope so
Q : Do you know Catherine Surya
Q : You’re right
A : You mean in the SEA Games, in the
Asian
Games and in the Olympic Games.
5. Q : Has she been the winner in a
swimming contest.
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6. Q : That’s great. I hope that she will get
more
medals in the bigger events
7. A : Yes, She has. She got a lot of gold
medals in the last PON
8. A : Yes, of course. She is very good at
swimming
The good arrangement of the dialogue
is …
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a.
b.
c.
d.
2-8-3-5-7-6-4-1
2-8-7-4-3-5-6-1
2-8-3-7-5-4-6-1
2-8-5-7-6-4-3-1
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4.
Arrange these sentences into a
good paragraph!
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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a.
b.
c.
d.
Others are state employees
It is located in East Java.
The rest are self employers
Ponorogo is a small town.
Most of the people there are farmers
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4-2-3-5-1
4-2-1-3-5
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