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Once upon a time there was a farmer who owned a little dog that he keeps constantly by his side and a donkey, which lived in a warm stable and got plenty of fresh grain and sweet hay. But, unfortunately the donkey was not satisfied with his condition. "I slave all day long, hauling wood or pulling the cart to market while the dog sleeps on the master's lap and eats from his plate!," the donkey grumbled. "Perhaps, he thought, if he behaved like the dog, his master would reward him with the same life of ease. That very night, the donkey crept out of the stable and into the house where the farmer sat at supper. "First I'll frisk about and chase my tail, just as the dog does," thought the donkey. And he danced around the room, flinging up his hooves until the table toppled over and dishes went flying. "Now I'll sit on his lap!" said the donkey, and he put his hooves up on the master's chair. "Help! Save me from this mad beast!" the terrified farmer bellowed. Then his servants came running and, with shouts and blows, drove the donkey back to the stable. "I suppose I'm a fine donkey," the donkey lamented," but I'll never be a lapdog!"   Which following statement is FALSE based on the text above?

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Once upon a time there was a farmer who owned a little dog that he keeps constantly by his side and a donkey, which lived in a warm stable and got plenty of fresh grain and sweet hay. But, unfortunately the donkey was not satisfied with his condition.

"I slave all day long, hauling wood or pulling the cart to market while the dog sleeps on the master's lap and eats from his plate!," the donkey grumbled. "Perhaps, he thought, if he behaved like the dog, his master would reward him with the same life of ease.

That very night, the donkey crept out of the stable and into the house where the farmer sat at supper. "First I'll frisk about and chase my tail, just as the dog does," thought the donkey. And he danced around the room, flinging up his hooves until the table toppled over and dishes went flying.

"Now I'll sit on his lap!" said the donkey, and he put his hooves up on the master's chair.

"Help! Save me from this mad beast!" the terrified farmer bellowed. Then his servants came running and, with shouts and blows, drove the donkey back to the stable.

"I suppose I'm a fine donkey," the donkey lamented," but I'll never be a lapdog!"

 

Which following statement is FALSE based on the text above?

  1. The donkey was envious of the lapdog

  2. The farmer let the donkey starve in the stable.

  3. The lapdog didn’t do as much work as the donkey did.

  4. The donkey was praised for his efforts by the farmer

N. Supriyaningsih

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Pernyataan yang tidak sesuai dengan teks di atas adalah “Sang petani membiarkan keledai kelaparan di kandang”. Hal ini bertentangan dengan yang tertulis pada paragraf pertama kalimat pertama (“…a farmer who owned a little dog that he keeps constantly by his side and a donkey, which lived in a warm stable and got plenty of fresh grain and sweet hay”). Berdasarkan penjelasan tersebut, jawaban yang tepat untuk pertanyaan di atas adalah The farmer let the donkey starve in the stable (B).

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