Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Report Text Part D

Seals, sea lions and walruses live both on land and in the sea. When on dry land or on ice, they are very clumsy in their movements. But in the water they swim gracefully. They all leave the water for land or ice fields to give birth to their young.

The dolphins and the sea cows are sea mammals. Dolphins and porpoise look alike but usually the dolphins are larger. These animals are mainly fish eaters.

Experiments show that dolphins are intelligent and can communicate with each other. They can be trained to perform various kinds of tricks and acts.The highly intelligent killer whale belongs to the dolphin family.

Despite of its scary name, it has never been heard to attack human.

1. The text mainly tells us about ……..
A. different characteristic of sea mammals
B. the difference of sea mammals community
C. the difference behavior of sea mammals
D. seals, sea loins, dolphins, sea cows and killer whales belongs to sea mammals
E. all sea mammals give birth on land

2. Seals, sea lions and walruses …….
A. are fish eaters
B. can perform tricks
C. can communicate with one another
D. are not fish
E. are swift swimmer sea mammals

3. Which of the following statements is untrue?
A.Dolphins are usually larger than porpoises
B.Dolphins are trained to perform various kinds of tricks and acts
C.Sea cows are sea mammals
D.Walruses lives both on land and in water
E.Porpoises can communicate with each other

4. What is the main idea for paragraph 3?
A.Killer whale gives birth on land
B.Killer whale is an intelligent sea mammal but never attack human
C.Killer whale belongs to dolphins’ family
D.Killer whale does not kill
E.Killer whale can swim faster than dolphin

5. What is the communicative purpose of the text?
A.To entertain the reader
B.To retell the reader
C.To inform the sea mammals D.To show the sea mammals
E.To describe the differences of the sea mammals

6. What type of text is used by the writer?
A. Report
B. Recount
C. Narrative
D. News item
E. Descriptive

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