11 Examples of Spoof Text

11 Examples of Spoof Text

11 Examples of Spoof Text

11 Examples of Spoof Text

 Below are some examples of Spoof Text For more getting understanding about Spoof Text, they are:

11 Examples of Spoof Text, Example 1

Bad Dream

Once there was a couple sleeping. The wife had a bad dream. She woke up, and was scared and cried.

Her husband tried to comfort her and asked why she cried. Then she replied: “I had a dream that a very rich and handsome man kidnapped me from you.” Hearing his wife answer, the husband said: “It’s okay, Honey, it was just a dream.” (Also read another article at : 11 Examples of Report Text)

11 Examples of Spoof Text, Example 2

Penguin in the Park

Once a man was walking in a park when he across a penguin. He took it to a policeman and said; “What should I do?” The policeman replied; “Take it to the zoo!”.

The next day, the policeman saw the man in the same park. The man was still carrying the penguin. The policeman was rather surprised and walked up to the man and asked; “Why are you still carrying the penguin? Didn’t you take it to the zoo?” The man replied; “I certainly did. And it was a great idea because the penguin really enjoyed it. So, today I am taking it to the movie”. read more

11 Examples of Report Text

11 Examples of Report Text

11 Examples of Report Text

11 Examples of Report Text

 Below are some Examples of Report Text For more getting understanding about Report Text, they are:

11 Examples of Report Text, Example 1

Komodo Dragon

Do you know what is the largest lizard? This lizard is called komodo. It lives in the scrub and woodland of a few Indonesian islands.

Komodo dragon is the world’s heaviest lizard, weighing 150 pounds or more. The largest Komodo ever measured was more than 10 feet (3 meters) long and weighed 366 pounds (166 kg) but the average size of Komodo in the wild is about 8 feet (2.5 meters) long and 200 pounds (91 kg)

Komodo has gray scaly skin, a pointed snout, powerful limbs, and a muscular tail. They use their keen sense of smell to locate decaying animal remains from several miles away. They also hunt other lizards as well as large mammals and are sometimes cannibalistic.

The Komodo dragon’s teeth are almost completely covered by its gums. When it feeds, the gums bleed, creating an ideal culture for virulent bacteria. The bacteria that live in the Komodo dragon’s saliva causes septicemia, or blood poisoning, in its victims. A dragon will bite its prey, then follow it until the animal is too weak to carry on. read more

11 Examples of Descriptive Text

11 Examples of Descriptive Text

11 Examples of Descriptive Text

11 Examples of Descriptive Text

 Below are 11 Examples of Descriptive Text For more getting understanding about Anecdote Text, they are:

11 Examples of Descriptive Text, Example 1

Roddy

Roddy is my friend since we are kids.

We are neighbors and we always go to the same school. Roddy is taller than me. He has blonde hair and a pointed nose. His favorite food is hamburgers with fries and coke. We often playing video games together in my house. But sometimes we love swimming in the water park near our neighborhood. Roddy and I are best friends forever. (Also read another article at : 9 Examples of Anecdote Text)

11 Examples of Descriptive Text, Example 2

My Aunt Amelia

Of all my relatives, I like my aunt Amelia the best. She’s my mother’s youngest sister. She hasn’t been married and she lives alone in a small village near Bath. She is in her late forties but she’s still quite young in spirit. She has curly hair and deep blue eyes. She has a kind face, and when you meet her, the first thing you notice about her is her warm, friendly smile. She is the kind of person you can always go to if you have a problem. read more

9 Examples of Anecdote Text

9 Examples of Anecdote Text

9 Examples of Anecdote Text

9 Examples of Anecdote Text

Below are some examples of Anecdote Text For more understanding about Anecdote Text,

9 Examples of Anecdote Text, Example 1

A foolish order

I was working in a photo store, which specializes in restoring old photographs.

One day, a lady brought an old picture of a man sitting behind cow milk, milking it.

“Can you fix this picture for me?” she asked.

“Sure, what would you like us to do?”

“Can you move the cow?”

I stared at her astonishingly and replied, “Move the cow?”

“Right. I want to know what my great-grandfather looked like. That’s him.” she pointed to the feet sticking out under the cow.

“I don’t think we can do that.”

“Just move the cow over, and we’ll be able to see his face.” She insisted.

“I’m sorry. We don’t have the technology to do that.”

“Well, I think I’ll just take this somewhere else.”

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9 Examples of Anecdote Text, Example 2

Dave   Experience

Soon after Dave left college, one of his uncles, who was rich died and left Dave a lot of money. read more

The Purpose of Narrative Text

The Purpose of Narrative Text

The Purpose of Narrative Text

The Purpose of Narrative Text

 One more material of studying kind of texts we will discuss, it is about The Purpose of Narrative Text. However, in this material, we will also discuss the meaning or definition, the generic structure, the language features, and the examples of Narrative Text. (Also read another article at : Generic Structure of Recount Text)

Definition or The Meaning of Narrative Text

A Narrative text is a story with complications or problematic events and it tries to find the resolutions to solve the problems. An important part of narrative text is the narrative mode, the set of methods used to communicate the narrative through a process narration.

The Purpose of Narrative Text

The Purpose or Function of Narrative Text is:

  • to amuse or entertain the reader with a story.
  • to gain and hold a readers’ interest.
  • to teach or inform, to change attitudes / social opinions

Generic Structure of Narrative Text

  1. Orientation
  2. Complication
  3. Resolution
  4. Re-Orientation/Coda (optional)

Explanation about the Generic Structure of Narrative Text:

Orientation

Sets the scene: where and when the story happened and introduces the participants of the story: who and what is involved in the story.

Complication

Tells the beginning of the problems which leads to the crisis (climax) of the main participants. read more

The Purpose of Analytical Exposition Text

The Purpose of Analytical Exposition Text

The Purpose of Analytical Exposition Text

The Purpose of Analytical Exposition Text

 One more material of studying kind of texts we will discuss, it is about The Purpose of Analytical Exposition Text. However, in this material, we will also the meaning, the generic structure, the language features, and the examples of Analytical Exposition Text. (Also read another article at : Generic Structure of Descriptive Text)

The Meaning of Analytical Exposition Text

   Analytical Exposition text is a text that elaborates on the writer‘s idea about the phenomenon surrounding. Its social function is to persuade the reader that the idea is an important matter and to analyze the topic that the thesis/opinion is correct by developing an argument to support it.

The Purpose or Function of Analytical Exposition Text

       By understanding the meaning of Analytical Exposition Text, it can be concluded that The Purpose of Analytical Exposition Text is:

  1. To persuade the readers that idea is an important matter.
  2. To persuade the readers or listeners that there is something that, certainly, needs to get attention
  3. To analyze a topic and to persuade the reader that this opinion is correct and supported by arguments

Generic Structure of Analytical Exposition Text

  1. Thesis: Introducing the topic and indicating the writer’s position
  2. Arguments: Explaining the arguments to support the writer’s position
  3. Reiteration: Restating the writer’s position

Explanation about the Generic Structure of Analytical Exposition Text: read more

Generic Structure of Recount Text

Generic Structure of Recount Text

Generic Structure of Recount Text

Generic Structure of Recount Text

 One more material of studying kind of texts we will discuss, it is about the Generic Structure of Recount Text. However, in this material, we will also discuss the definition, the purpose, the language features, and the example of Recount Text. (Also read another article at : Generic Structure of Discussion Text)

Definition of Recount Text

A Recount text is a kind of text which retells events or experiences that happened in the past. The details in a recount can include what happened, who was involved, where it took place when it happened, and why it occurred. Its purpose or goal is to entertain or inform about the past activity of the reader or listener.

The purpose or Social Function of Recount Text

The social function or the purpose of recount text is to entertain (to amuse) or to inform the reader or the listener about the experience, story, action, or activity that happen in the past.

Generic Structure of Recount Text

Orientation

It is about introducing the participants, place, and time. It tells who was involved, what happened, where the events took place, and when it happened. read more

Generic Structure of Descriptive Text

Generic Structure of Descriptive Text

Generic Structure of Descriptive Text

Generic Structure of Descriptive Text

 One more material of studying kind of texts we will discuss, it is about the Generic Structure of Descriptive Text. However, in this material, we will also discuss the definition, the purpose, the language features, and the example of Descriptive Text. (Also read another article at : Definition and Purpose of Procedure Text)

Definition of Descriptive Text

Descriptive Text is a text that describes a particular person, thing (animal, plant, another thing) or place.

The purpose or Social Function of Descriptive Text

It has been mentioned in the meaning above so the purpose of Descriptive Text is to describe and reveal a particular person, place, or thing.

Generic Structure of Descriptive Text

  1. Identification => in the first paragraph, the purpose is to identify an object that you want to describe. The identification function is to introduce to the reader about the object that we are going to explain before we tell about the object in more detail in the next paragraph.
  2. Description => in the second paragraph and so on contains the properties that are attached to something that you have introduced to the reader in the first paragraph, such as shape, size, or physical appearance and characteristics.

Language Features of Descriptive Text

  • Focusing on a specific person, place, or thing

A specific participant has a certain object, is not common and unique (only one). for example Sanur beach, my room, Prambanan temple, aunt Paula.

  • Using Adjective

The use of the adjective (an adjective) to clarify the noun (noun) for example, be used for the following expression: a beautiful beach, a handsome man, the famous place in Jepara, etc. (Also read another article at : Teknik Start Berdiri Dalam Lomba Lari) read more

Generic Structure of Discussion Text

Generic Structure of Discussion Text

Generic Structure of Discussion Text

Generic Structure of Discussion Text

 One more material of studying kind of texts we will discuss, it is about the Generic Structure of Discussion Text. However, in this material, we will also discuss the definition, the purpose, the language features, and the example of discussion text. (Also read another article at : Definition and Purpose of Review Text)

Definition of Discussion Text

A discussion text is a text which presents a problematic discourse. This problem will be discussed from different viewpoints. Discussion is commonly found in philosophical, historic, and social text. In other words, Discussion is a kind of genre used to present (at least) two points of view about an issue.

The purpose or Social Function of Discussion Text

Purpose A discussion is used to present different opinions on a particular issue or topic ie arguments for and against/positive and negative/good and bad.

The point is a balanced style of writing. The writer does not force his own opinion about the problematic issue. He gives a balanced point of view so the writer and readers eventually have clear steps tones and make the best decision. read more