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  • Short Functional Text : NoticesNotices is defined as advanced notification or warning. People usually use notice to giveinformation, instruction or warning. That’s why in the notice, people use a simple word with asimple font which is written in a placard or notice board.Types of notices:CommandExample: Keep The Door Closed Slow Down Keep the Room CleanCautionExample: CAUTION wet floor CAUTION Hot SurfaceInformation:Example: For Staff Only Rest Area Bike RouteProhibitionExample: Pedestrians Prohibited No Smoking No Parking Don’t litteringWarningExample: Warning High Voltage Warning Keep Out Of Children Reach
  • Beware of PickpocketsMaking An Appointment, Inviting Someone, and Declining An AppointmentMrs. Ary looks for information about cancer in a clinic. Then, she comes to the clinic in theafternoon.Mrs. Ary : Good Afternoon, mam. Would you like to help me?Receptionist : Good Afternoon. Sure, what can I do for you?Mrs. Ary : I need more information about cancer. Who can I meet to explain about thatdisease?Receptionist : You can meet Dr. Handy to get further information about cancer. However,you have to make an appointment first to meet him.Mrs. Ary : Can I meet him tomorrow afternoon?Receptionist : Please, discuss the meeting through phone call. You can contact this number0586511231.Mrs. Ary : OK, thanks.Suddenly, Mr. Ary call Dr. Handy using her cell-phone.Mrs. Ary : Hello. This is Ary speaking. Can I talk to Dr. Handy?Dr. Handy : Hello.Yes, This is Handy. Do you have any problems?Mrs. Ary : I need more information about cancer. Would you like to meet me at your officetomorrow afternoon at 02.00 p.m.?Dr. Andy : How about 02.30 p.m.? I have many patients tomorrow.Mrs. Ary : that’s fine. I’ll be there at that time. Thanks.Dr. Handy : You’re welcome.After you read that conversation you may find certain expression, such as:Making Appointment:
  • Can I meet …? Let’s meet ….? How about tomorrow afternoon?Accepting an appointment: I’ll be there at that time. Sure. I’ll come. It’ll be a nice meeting for me. Canceling/rejecting an appointment: I’m sorry. I can’t come. I don’t think I can make it. Sorry. I think I have another appointment at that time.Inviting: Would you like to .... Could you come to… Id very much like Would you care to .... I’ll really happy if you come to…. I’m sure that you won’t be disappointed to come to….Accepting an Invitation Thank you for inviting me. I would/will .... That would be very nice. Id like to love to come. That’s fine. Sure. Why not?Declining an Invitation Im very sorry, I dont think I can. Id like to, but .... Thank you for asking me, but .... Unfortunately, I cant ....
  • Once upon a time there was a man who liked hunting very much. He often went to the forest to hunt any animal he met. One day he went hunting into the forest. He intended to shoot any animal he saw. He brought his gun with him. When he was searching for his pre, suddenly he saw a bird perching on a branch of a tree. It was a dove. When he was aiming his gun at the dove, suddenly an ant came and bit his foot. He was so startled that he didn’t shoot the dove. It was safe and then flew away. Several days later, the dove was flying over a lake. He saw an ant floating on the surface of the water. It was the ant that had saved the dove’s life from the hunter. The ant was almost drowned. The dove got an idea, he picked up a big leaf and dropped it onto the surface of the water near the ant. Luckily the ant could get on the leaf. The ant tried to bring the leaf to the edge of the lake and landed on the ground. The ant was safe because the dove helped him. Moral: A friend in need is a friend indeed. (Once Upon A Time Vol.1, Dhingra, Delhi - India) 1. The type of the text is… a. Argumentative text d. Exposition text b. Descriptive text e. Recount text d. Narrative text 2. The hunter was very … when the ant bit his foot. a. Angry c. Shocked b. Furious d. Surprised c. Disappointed3. Which one of the following sentences INCORRECT or IRRELEVANT with the text above? a. The man hunted some animal that he met in the forest b. The hunter saw a dove on the branch of tree c. The man didn’t shoot the dove because of a policeman d. The dove helped the ant that on the surface of water e. The dove ant was safe because of the dove 4. One day he went hunting into the forest (2nd paragraph) The synonym of underlined word (forest) is… a. Animal b. Jungle c. Lake d. River e. Sea 5. The purpose of the text above is to… a. tell the readers of the story b. to explain the readers of the story c. to entertain the readers of the story d. to inform the readers of the story e. to retell the readers of the story