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Questions 1. What is an iceberg? 2. What is ‘berg’? 3. What is ‘glaciers’? 4. Where is most part of an iceberg? 5. How does the writer describe the North and South Poles? 6. What is ‘liner’? 7. What happened to the Titanic? 8. Why did the author write about iceberg? 9. How is an iceberg formed? 10. Describe how an iceberg looks in your own words.
Report text is a text which describes things in general. It is not to do with “Laporan” in Bahasa Indonesia. It’s a little bit different from descriptive text that you learn in grade 2 which describe specific thing.
“Computer” and “My Own Computer”.
Identification; Introduce the topic of the report, such as: the class or the subclass Description; facts about parts; shape/form, qualities, habits and or behaviors of the subject matter introduced in identification.
Frogs multiply by laying eggs. There are a large number of eggs in a hatchery. The eggs hatch out baby frogs called tadpoles. Tadpoles live in water and breath with gills. They also have tails that enable them to swim easily. They also have four legs. However, firstly they simply have two back legs whereas the front legs appear later. Meanwhile, the tail is gradually getting shorter. It is totally lost when the tadpoles grow older and become frogs. Frogs live in two worlds, land and water. Therefore, they have two respiratory organs. In water, they breath with skin. However, they breath with lungs when they are on land. Although they live on land they keep their body wet by jumping into water once a while. Frogs usually move forward by jumping. It is because they have longer back legs. However, it does not mean that they cannot walk normally like any other four-legged animal.