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Children Stories Emilia Dyah Puspita Sanata Dharma University Yogyakarta START Sanata Dharma University
INSTRUCTION This is a cloze exercise. In each slide, you will have a passage with some missing words. Your task is to complete the passage with the correct word. There is only one possible answer for each missing word. To complete the passage, click the number of a missing word you want to complete. An answer box will appear. Type your answer in the answer box. Press ENTER or click the OK button in the dialog box. If your answer is correct, the blank of the question you answered will be replaced with your answer. You will also get a prompt which shows whether your answer is correct or wrong. Move the cursor to clear the prompt. Your score appears on the score panel on the top right hand corner. You can only answer once for each sentence. Move to the next slide or exercise after you answer all the questions. When you have come to the last slide and you have complete the sentence, click the CERTIFICATE button to produce your certificate of the practice. Click the PRINT button to print your certificate. Click the QUIT button to finish your practice.
Please All and You Will Please None A man and his son were..... (1) with their donkey to a market. They were (2) along, a countryman passed them and said, “You fools, what a donkey for, but to ride upon?” So the man put the boy on the donkey and they went on their way. But they passed men, one of whom said: “See that lazy younger, he lets his father walk while he rides.” So the man had his boy get off, and got on (3). Then they met two women, one of whom said: “Shame on that lazy man to make his poor little trudge along.” The man didn’t know what to do, but at last he took his boy up (4) him on the donkey. Then, an old man said, “ (5) you ashamed of yourself for overloading that donkey for yours-you and your son?” The man and the boy got off and they (6) hardly, till at last they... (7) down a pole, tied the donkey’s feet to it, and raised the pole and the donkey to their (8). They went along amid the (9) of all who met them till they come to a bridge, when the donkey, getting one of his feet loose and (10) out. Finally an old man who had followed them said, “That will teach you: please all, and you will please none.” 3
“What is it?” Once.... (1) a time, there was a couple who lived happily in a small..... (2). They didn’t have any (3) yet. Every day the Husband always said to his wife, “You are very beatiful.” The wife also always said to his husband, “You are very handsome.” But, they had never looked their own face. The Wife always (4), “Am I really beatiful?” She (5) that every single husband would say that their wife was the most beautiful woman in the..... (6). The husband also had the same opinion. One day, the husband brought something to their home. It was a mirror. He did not know what it was and he didn’t know that it was a mirror, yet he had never known and seen a mirror before. First, he was confused since he could see a man in it. He always brought the mirror and looked up in the mirror. The wife was (7) because her husband was looked different. When he slept, she took that mirror and looked up in the mirror. There was a beautiful woman there. She was very..... (8) because she thought that her husband had other woman and he saved the photo of her. In the next morning, she asked about the mirror. He tried to explain her and they were confused (9) they looked up in the mirror together. They were (10) because they saw a handsome man and a beautiful woman. They were laughing. She told to her husband that the man was him and the husband also told to her that the woman was her. Score: 0
CERTIFICATE This is to certify that as has completed the practice on Narrative Texts with the score of 0. Yogyakarta, QuitPrint Certificate Dr.B.B.Dwijatmoko, M.A.