Nama Kelas B.


: Ahmad miftahul khair : XI IPA 3 : B.Inggris

Read the following text and answer questions 1 to 5. A Theatre A theatre is a place where people entertain the audience. The people who perform, called actors and actresses, act in plays on a stage. A stage can be raised platform, or it can be part of the floor in a room, either in the centre of the room or against a wall. The audience, is a very important part of a theatre because it is for the audience that the actors and actresses act, and the playwright writes. Without an audience, they are only rehearsing or practising. A theatre can be anywhere ² in home, school auditorium, park and a hall. Theatre means action. In this text theatre is used in connection with performances on stage by live actors and actresses. It is living theatre. Theatre in the East differs greatly from that of the West. The Asian theatre is, for the most part, nonrealistic, or symbolic. Western theatre, on the other hand, tends to be realistic. 1. What is an actor ? A. A person who plays on a stage B. A person who performs and acts in plays C. A man who acts in plays on a stage D. A person who is playing at the theatre E. A man who watch a theatre 2. What is the main idea of the second paragraph ? A. School auditorium is the only theatre B. The various of the theatre C. What a theatre is D. The performance of actors is theatre E. Theatre means action of actors

3. What is the difference between the Eastern theatre and the Western theatre ? A. The Eastern theatre is based on facts rather than sentiment of illusion B. The Western theatre is based on facts rather than Eastern theatre C. The Eastern theatre is better than the Western theatre D. The Western theatre is as good as Eastern theatre E. The Western theatre is better than the Eastern theatre

4. ´A theatre is a place where people entertain the audience.µ The synonym of the underlined word is«« A. Amuse D. Present B. Influence E. enrolling C. Watch 5. What is the schematic structure of the text ? A. Issue - argument - conclusion B. Orientation ² complication ² resolution C. Orientation ² event ² reorientation D. Thesis ² argument ² recommendation E. General statement ² description

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