Friday, October 4, 2013

Descriptive Text

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Descriptive text / Teks Descriptive adalah teks yang bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan suatu benda (thing), hewan (animal) tempat (place) atau orang (someone) tertentu.

Teks ini memiliki struktur sebagai berikut :
1. Identification ( Identifikasi ) : Pendahuluan tentang apa dan siapa yang akan di deskripsikan.
2. Description ( Deskripsi ) : Berisi ciri-ciri khusus yang di miliki benda, tempat atau orang yang dideskripsikan.

Characteristic of Descriptive text :
1. Menggunakan Tenses Simple Present Tense
2. Menggunakan attribute verb , seperti be ( am, is , are).

The Mango Tree in Our School

There are some trees in our school . Among them, there is a mango tree. The tree is in front of our classroom.
The mango tree is very old. Maybe , it is the oldest tree at the school. The trunk is very big. It takes two children with arms out stretched to completely circle it. Surprisingly, it still bears a lot of fruit. No wonder, when mango season comes , my friends and I get excited . We all like to come to school really early so we can pick all the good ones. Before going home, we can’t help taking a look at the mouth watering sight on the tree, hoping that we might climb it again the next day.
Atau bisa juga mendeskripsikan hewan (animal)
The Ant

Ants are insects. All insects have six legs and three parts to their bodies–the head, the thorax, and the abdomen. Some ants have a stinger. They all have two antennae. The group of ants living in a nest is called a colony. The ants in the colony work together. The ants that look after the nest are called worker ants. Worker ants are female ants that don’t lay eggs. Each worker ant has a job. Some look after the eggs. Some make the nest bigger. Some collect food, such as fruit and insects, to feed the colony. Some defend the nest and attack enemies, such as other
insects and bigger animals. The male ants and queen ants have wings. They crowd together and pursue mates while they are flying. Soon after mating, the male ants die. Each queen ant finds somewhere safe to lay her eggs. This becomes a new nest. When the colony is big enough, the
queen ant lays more eggs. These eggs become male and queen ants. The new males will fly away to mate with queen ants, and new nests are started.

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