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Fuctional Skill Recount Text

1. Good Morning 1. Good Morning
2. Good Afternoon 2. Good Afternoon
. Good E!ening . Good E!ening
". #o$ nice to %ee &ou ". 'e%( it% )een %o nice
*. #ello+ *. #ello.
,. #o$ are &ou- ,. Fine( t.ank%
/. #o$ do &ou do- /. #o$ do &ou do-
0. #o$1re &ou doing- 0. Not )ad
2. #i3 2. #i3
1. Good nig.t 1. Good nig.t
2. Good)&e 2. Good)&e
. See &ou later . See &ou
". 4&e ". 4&e
1. Fir%t let 9e introduce
1. I $ould like to introduce
&ou to :
2. M& na9e i% :. 2. 8et 9e introduce &ou to :
. Allo$ 9e to introduce
9&%elf :.
. T.i% :
". I19 :. ". Allo$ 9e to introduce :
*. Excu% 9e 9& na9e1% : *. I1d like &ou to 9eet :
,. #o$ do &ou do- M&
na9e i% :
,. 5o &ou kno$ :.
/. #i3 I19 :. /. O. look( .ere1% #a%an.
0. #ello3 M& na9e i% : 0. #a%an;Fat9a( Fat9a;
2. Good 9orning. M&
na9e1% :.
5efinition of Recount
Recount is a text which retells events or experiences in the past. Its purpose is either to
inform or to entertain the audience. There is no complication among the participants and that
differentiates from narrative
Generic Structure of Recount
1. Orientation: Introducing the participants, place and time
2. Events: escri!ing series of event that happened in the past
". Reorientation: It is optional. #tating personal comment of the writer to the stor$
Pur<o%e of Recount
%urpose of the text&social function : to tell the readers what happened in the past through
a se'uence of events.
Examples :
M& Ad!enture at 8eang 7a!e
Orientation On #unda$, m$ parents, m$ !est fruend (ovi, and I visited a cave at )aros
called *eang+leang . It was m$ first time to visit the cave, !etter $et, m$ !est friend came to
visit it with me,
E!ent 1 The cave was famous for its primitive cave wall paintings which were some hand
prints and wild !oar paintings. The cave and its surroundings was
turned into a national par-, so it was ta-en care of. )$ parents too- a
rest in a small hut for visitors of the par-, while (ovi and I
adventured around the cave with a guide. .e had to clim! some metal
stairs to get to the cave, !ecause the cave was em!edded into a small
mountain. (ext stop was a place where some seashells littered the
ground and some were actuall$ piled into a !ig mound, The guide
said that these piles of seashells are called -/o--enmoddinger, or
-itchen trash.
E!ent 2 The humans who lived here ate the shells and dumped the left overs in their
0-itchen1. The last place was a small museum where the$ have
s-eletons of the humans who lived in the caves. The s-eletons along
with some roughl$ made /ewelr$ and weapons were placed inside
glass cases for displa$. The walls of the museum were adorned with
photographs ta-en when the$ did an excavation there.
Reorientation 2fter a 'uic- lunch with (ovi and m$ parents, we decided it was time to go
!ac- home. .e reall$ had the time of our lives
Grammar is the set of structural rules that govern the composition of clauses, phrases,
and words in an$ given natural language. The term refers also to the stud$ of such rules, and
this field includes morpholog$, s$ntax, and phonolog$, often complemented
!$phonetics, semantics, and pragmatics. *inguists do not normall$ use the term to refer
to orthographical rules, although usage !oo-s and st$le guides that call themselves grammars
ma$ also refer to spelling and punctuation.
Member of the group:
Celinta Aisyah
Claudia Chintya Debby
Febriana Intan
Rr. Nadhila Ramadhini