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Rabu, 14 April 2010

Sudah tiga tahun aku di SMP Negeri 1 Banjarnegara
Ini saat-saat menjelang akhir
dimana aku ikut ujian praktek TIK

Meski sedikit tegang aku merasa bahagia
sebab ternyata ujian ini sangat mudah bagiku.

----------------- Salam kenal aku yang sedang ujian ---

Senin, 05 April 2010

Cerita Keren

Clouds Family

Once upon a time, there lived a Clouds family. Papa Cloud, Mama Cloud, and Cloud children lived quietly in the sky.

Every morning, the cloud children went to the sky playground to play with the slide. But since there was only one slide, they had to take turns on the slide. Lody, the youngest cloud child, looked impatient. He could not wait for his turn to come. His brother, Tody, didn’t like his attitude. Suddenly, they were quarreling. Their white bodies became gray. It meant they were very angry. When the clouds were angry, water usually came out for their bodies. It meant rain for the people on Earth.

“Stop it, children!” Stop fighting!” Papa Cloud said.

“You can play with the slide in turn. Now, shake hands. Both of you!” ordered Papa Cloud.

Lody and Tody shaked hands and slowly their colour changed. Their bodies became fair white again. The rain stopped and people on Earth could go on their activities again.


Mandiri Practise Your English Competence SMP Kelas IX


The Cat and the Rabbit

Once in a forest there lived a cat and a rabbit. They were very good friends.

One day when they were walking together through the forest they found a big piece of cheese. They were very pleased, and agreed to share it. They decided that the rabbit should divide it into two equal shares. The rabbit tried hard to divide it equally, but could not. One piece was a little bit bigger than the other.

They began to quarrel over the pieces, since each wanted to have the bigger piece for himself. Just then a fox come along and asked them what their quarrel was all about. They explained the metter to the fox, and he replied that he could solve their problem, since he could make the pieces equal

The fox took a bite of the bigger piece, to make it equal to the smaller one. But the bite was too big, now the other piece was bigger. He bit the other piece, but again the bite was too big. One piece was still bigger than the other. So he continued in this way until both pieces of cheese were finished. “Well,” said the fox as the last crumb of cheese disappeared, “I wasn’t able to solve your problem, after all. But thank you for the cheese!” and he trotted off through the forest.

The cat and the rabbit look at after him as he went. “Next time,” the decided, “We’ll solve our problem ourselves.”

And, after all,” added the rabbit, “the smaller piece would have been better than none at all

Pelajaran Bahasa Inggris Kelas IX Edisi 2


The Legend of Banyuwangi.

Once upon a time, in eastern part of Java Island, there was a kingdom ruled by king. The king’s name was Prabu Menak Prakoso. One day, Prabu Menak Prakoso and his soldiers invinded tke Kingdom of Klungkung in Bali. The king of Klungkung was killed on the battlefield, yet his daughter, Made Surati and his son, Agung Bagus Mantra, were able to escape and hide in the jungle.

Prabu Menak Prakoso had Agung Bagus Mantra son named Raden Banterang. He was such Agung Bagus Mantra handsome young man. One day, Raden Banterang went to the jungle for hunting. It was in the jungle that Raden Banterang met Made Surati. She was then taken to Blambangan to be his wife. Raden Banterang and Made Surati enjoyed a happy life in the palace.

When Raden Banterang was hunting one day, Made Surati was surprised by the arrival of Agung Bagus Mantra dirty beegar asking for her pity. The princess was surprised to find that the beggar was her older brother, Agung Bagus Mantra. She promptly squatted and embraced her brother’s legs. However, her great respect of her brother was not well accepted. Instead, Agung Bagus Mantra asked his sister to kill Raden Banterang, but such Agung Bagus Mantra request was rejected. He was very angry with her and came up with Agung Bagus Mantra sly idea to slander her.

Slowly but surely, Agung Bagus Mantra in convincing Raden Banterang that his wife had been involved in Agung Bagus Mantra scandal with another man. Asking for compassion, Made Surati tried to tell the truth and denied her husband’s accusation. Hearing his wife’s explanation, the king became angrier. As a proof of her sacred love, she asked her husband to kill her. As a last request, she asked her husband to throw her dead body into the river. She said that if the water in the river smelled terrible, it meant that she had ever been sinful, but if it smelled fragrant, it meant that she was annocent.

Raden Banterang who was unable to control his emotions soon stabbed his keris (dagger) into his wife’s chest. She dead body of Made Surati was quickly thrown clean and as clear as glass with a fragrant smell. Raden Banterang screamed crazily and regretted his dead. He walked usteadily and fell into the river screaming, ‘Banyu…Wangi… Banyuwangi!” this means “fragrant water”.

Banyuwangi was born from the proof of noble and sacred love. From then on, the place is called Banyuwangi.

Mandiri Practise Your English Competence SMP Kelas IX

Sleeping Beauty

The king and queen were celebrating the birth of their only daughter. The fairies of the kingdom came to the palace to celebrate the new born baby. And, as the youngest fairy was about to bestow her gift upon the baby, a witch canie in! the witch was very angry because she hadn’t been invited to the party.

“One day the princess will prick her finger on a spindle and die!” she shouted bittery.

“No!” intervened the youngest fairy, “Instead, she will sleep for a hundred years.”

The youngest fairy did not have the power to cancel the witch’s spell, but she could change the spell and help the princess.

The following day, the king ordered his people to burn any spindles in the kingdom. He thought by doing so, he could save the princess from the curse. Time passed by. The king and queen ware happy to see their daughter grow up happily ang healthily.

One sunny spring day, the princess took a walk together with her lady companions. The lady companions were so busy talking that they didn’t see the princess opening an old wooden door with full of curiosity.

“Well!” said the princess, “I’ve never been here before .”

After going up a long flight of stairs, the princess found a room with an old woman spinning with a spindle. The young lady had never seen one before and was very curious!

The princess went in and asked, “What are you doing, old lady?”

“i’m spinning a spindle. Come nearer and you’ll be able to do it. I’ll show you how,” said the evil witch.

Soon after, the lady companions found the young princess lying on the floor. When they saw the spindle, they immediately understood what had happened.

“Oh, no! She has pricked herself! The young princess had pricked herself and will now sleep for one hundred years!” they cried.

The king ordered the princess to be taken to the best room in the palace and sent his messengers to find the youngest fairy. When the youngest fairy came, she waved her magic wand and averybody who accompanied the princess immediately fell asleep, too.

The years went by. Nobody remembered the princess and the curse anymore until, one day, a young prince decided to climb up the tallest tree and see what abandoned palace was hiding. There he saw the princess and fell in love with her.

The prince went into the palace. He thought the sleeping princess was so beautifull that he kneeled next to her bed to kiss her cheek. Magically, the “Sleeping Beauty” and the whole palace awoke.

The following year, the prince asked the princess to marry him. Eventually, they became the happiest couple in the kingdom and lived happily ever after.

Mandiri Practise Your English Competence SMP Kelas IX




Juhha’s Wonders

Once upon a time, there was a very small village in Bagdad. Its population is very small. In village enerybody knew each other and knew every little or big problems that went on in the village. In this small village, there was a bakery, which was popular for its delicious bread. One day a poor old man was walking in the street passing the bakery and he stopped to smell the scent of bread which was spreading out of the bakery.

Suddenly, the baker caught the old man and shouted at him demanding the price of the bread’s smell. He nearly cook him to the police.

A very famous wise man named Juhha heard the baker shouting. So, he went to him and asked about the problem. Juhha stood calmly listening to the baker and he thought of a solution.

After a few menutes Juhha’s eyes glittered and an amused smile was on his face. He asked the baker.

How much money do you want?”. The baker and poor man were astonished but the baker answered “3 dinar”. Juhha took the money out of his wallet and putted it in his pocked and shook the money.

“Did you hear the sound or money?”. Juhha asked

“Yes I did”, the baker replied and with a big smile Juhha said

“Well then, this is the price of your bread’s scent!”.

Pelajaran Bahasa Inggris Kelas IX Edisi 2

The Peasant and the Minaret Seeds

One day a peasant visited Istanbul for the first time. He was greatly surprised by the many minarets of this city. He said himself, “What lot of beautiful minarets there are here!”

A man who saw the peasant staring at the minarets with such fascination asked him, “Friend, why are you looking so much at house minarets?”

“Aren’t they strange, with their sharp pointed tops? I wonder why we do not have any of these in my village?”

“I suppose it is because you do not have the seeds for them.” The man said.

Do they grow from seeds?”

“Let us go together,” said the man, “and buy some minaret seeds. Take these to your village and saw them, and then you will have minarets, just like to gose you see everywhere here.” He took the peasant to a seed store where he bought him some carrot seeds. He gave these to the peasant, who was greatly axcited at the prospect of growing tall minaters in his own village.

As soon as ne returned to his village. The peasant planed the seeds in his garden, he waited and waited for the minarets. The man at Istanbul had told him the minarets shoulh be fully grown within six month’s time, but at the roots to see what was the matter with them. When he dug up one plant, he found in the ground a carrot half a metre in length. The peasant exaclimed, “well, that Istanbul man wasn’t liar, after all. I must have planted the seeds upside down.”

Pelajaran Bahasa Inggris Kelas IX Edisi 2