Narrative Test

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The orientation of the story is ….

    • A.

      There was an important little fly.

    • B.

      The little fly flew down and buzzed around the bull’s head

    • C.

      Now the fly decided to land on one of the bull’s horn to make the bull notice him

    • D.

      The fly then shouted angrily

    • E.

      The Fly and the bull were friends

    Correct Answer
    A. There was an important little fly.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the orientation of the story is about a little fly that is important. The given information states that there was an important little fly, which suggests that the story revolves around this fly and its significance.

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  • 2. 

    What is the organization of the text above?

    • A.

      Identification, events

    • B.

      Orientation, events, reorientation

    • C.

      Orientation, complication, resolution, reorientation

    • D.

      Goal, material, procedure

    • E.

      Orientation, crisis, incident, coda

    Correct Answer
    C. Orientation, complication, resolution, reorientation
    Explanation
    The text above follows the organization of orientation, complication, resolution, and reorientation. It begins by providing an introduction or orientation to the topic, followed by a complication or problem that arises. The text then proceeds to present a resolution or solution to the complication, and finally, it concludes with a reorientation or restatement of the main points. This structure helps to effectively convey information and guide the reader through the text.

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  • 3. 

    Why was the fly angry of the bull?

    • A.

      Because the fly is important

    • B.

      Because the bull kept quiet

    • C.

      Because the bull is important

    • D.

      Because the bull doesn’t care

    • E.

      Because the little fly flew down and buzzed around the bull’s head

    Correct Answer
    E. Because the little fly flew down and buzzed around the bull’s head
    Explanation
    The fly was angry at the bull because it flew down and buzzed around the bull's head. This action of the fly annoyed the bull, causing it to become angry.

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  • 4. 

     “You are so tiny that your weight does not make any difference to me (paragraph 5). The word “You” refers to ...

    • A.

      The bull

    • B.

      The horns

    • C.

      The little fly

    • D.

      The ears

    • E.

      The weight

    Correct Answer
    C. The little fly
    Explanation
    In paragraph 5, the speaker mentions that "You are so tiny that your weight does not make any difference to me." This suggests that the subject being referred to is something very small and lightweight. Among the options given, the little fly is the best fit as it matches the description of being tiny and having negligible weight. Therefore, the word "You" refers to the little fly.

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  • 5. 

    The above text is written to …

    • A.

      Describe a little fly

    • B.

      Retell about animal story

    • C.

      Amuse or entertain readers to read the story

    • D.

      Inform about interesting story

    • E.

      Explain story

    Correct Answer
    C. Amuse or entertain readers to read the story
    Explanation
    The above text is written to amuse or entertain readers to read the story. The purpose of the text is to engage the readers and capture their interest by providing an entertaining or amusing narrative. It aims to attract the readers' attention and encourage them to continue reading the story.

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