Group 4Spoof TextDinda RahmawatiIFebianto IINela Dwi AIIIS u m p e n a A l i a n s y a hIV
L/O/G/Owww.themegallery.comYel-Yel Group 4Hello, hello, my friends group 4 willpresentationWe got something that we really...
• This is the parts contained in the spooftext, including:GROUP 4DefinitionLanguageFeaturesSocial FunctionGenericSructure
Besides Narrative Text, Recount Text, Textand anecdote, Spoof Text also belong tothe class of Narration (see the English t...
L/O/G/OOf course, all kinds of textsbelonging Narration has the samecommunicative purpose, as wellas on the Spoof Text, wh...
www.themegallery.comE v en t st w is t
Language FeaturesEventsWh i l e i n t h e E v e n t s s e c t i o ni n w h i c h t h e a u t h o r t e l l so f e v e n t ...
L/O/G/OThere are several language features that candistinguish Spoof Text with English Texttypes (Types of Text) the other...
1. OrientationOnce a man was walking in a park when he come across apenguin.2. EventHe took him to a policeman and said, "...
Train TicketNasrudin was about to board a train, and the conductor asked him for histicket.Nasrudin began looking through ...
The GuaranteeOne day at the King’s court, the King turned to Nasrudin and said, “Mulla. Since you areconstantly reminding ...
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  1. 1. Group 4Spoof TextDinda RahmawatiIFebianto IINela Dwi AIIIS u m p e n a A l i a n s y a hIV
  2. 2. L/O/G/Owww.themegallery.comYel-Yel Group 4Hello, hello, my friends group 4 willpresentationWe got something that we really want tolet you know, yeahSomething that we want to let youknow, oh, oh, oh
  3. 3. • This is the parts contained in the spooftext, including:GROUP 4DefinitionLanguageFeaturesSocial FunctionGenericSructure
  4. 4. Besides Narrative Text, Recount Text, Textand anecdote, Spoof Text also belong tothe class of Narration (see the English texttype, Types of Text), which would tell thestory of the past by the end of the funnyand unexpected.
  5. 5. L/O/G/OOf course, all kinds of textsbelonging Narration has the samecommunicative purpose, as wellas on the Spoof Text, which is toentertain the reader or listener ofstories read.
  6. 6. www.themegallery.comE v en t st w is t
  7. 7. Language FeaturesEventsWh i l e i n t h e E v e n t s s e c t i o ni n w h i c h t h e a u t h o r t e l l so f e v e n t s i n t h e s t o r y b u tt h e e v e n t s r e c o u n t e d t h ei n c i d e n t i s s t i l lr e a s o n a b l e .
  8. 8. L/O/G/OThere are several language features that candistinguish Spoof Text with English Texttypes (Types of Text) the other, namely:1. Using the Past Tense; was, were, did, etc.2. Using action verbs (actionverb), did, went, walked, etc.3. Using adverb of time and place adverbs;one moment, oneday, yesterday, tomorrow, in the park, inthe zoo, in the store, etc4. Told chronologically.
  9. 9. 1. OrientationOnce a man was walking in a park when he come across apenguin.2. EventHe took him to a policeman and said, "I have just found thispenguin. What should I do?" The policeman replied, "take him tothe zoo".The next day the policeman saw the same man in the same parkand the man still carrying the penguin with him. The policeman wasrather supriseed and walked up to the man and asked "why are youstill carrying that penguin about? Didnt you take it to the zoo?"3. Twist"I certainly did" replied the man."And it was a great idea because he really enjoyed it, so today I amtaking him to the moviest, and the next day Ill take it to the beach.Itll be so much fun" said the man.Spoof Text (Penguin in the Park)
  10. 10. Train TicketNasrudin was about to board a train, and the conductor asked him for histicket.Nasrudin began looking through his pants pockets, but he couldn’t find it.“One moment,” he said. “I know I brought it.”He searched his bag, and still couldn’t find it. He then searched the flooraround him, and the missing ticket still eluded him. He even began lookingin his socks, but also, the money was not found.As the conductor watched this, he asked, “Why don’t you check that pocketon your shirt? That’s usually where most people put their ticket.”“Oh, I can’t look there,” Nasrudin replied.“Why not?” the conductor asked.Nasrudin explained, “Because if I do and I find out it is not there, then Iwould have no hope at all of finding it!“
  11. 11. The GuaranteeOne day at the King’s court, the King turned to Nasrudin and said, “Mulla. Since you areconstantly reminding us of how clever and wise you are, tell me this: can you teach your donkeyto read?”“Absolutely,” replied Nasrudin. “A task like that would present me with no problems whatsoever.”“Don’t mess with me,” said the King. “Seriously, can you do it?”“Yes, I mean it,” Nasrudin replied, “and I’ll tell you what: just give me fifty thousand dollars rightnow, and I’ll guarantee I’ll have this donkey reading within eight years.”“OK,” said the King. “But if that donkey isn’t reading by then, I’ll put you in prison and have youtortured daily.”So they agreed, and Nasrudin left the court.The next day, Nasrudin’s friend asked about what happened.“Are you out of your mind?” he said. “You can barely teach your donkey to stand still, and nowyou’ve guaranteed that he’ll be reading within eight years. Nasrudin-I don’t see how you’ll beable to escape a long prison sentence for this.”“Listen,” the Mulla calmly replied, “several years from now, our King will probably be dead or outof power. And even if he manages to last as our King for that long, odds are my donkey will havepassed on by then. And in the unlikely event that neither he nor my donkey is gone by sevenyears time, I’ll still have an entire year to plan my way out of getting punished.”

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