Choose A, B, C, D, or e for the correct answer.
Hello, my name is. Guntur and I would like to share my experience when I was studying in Japan. Here is the story.
After cycling for more than 11 km, I arrived at the statue of Goddess Kwan Im. After taking photographs and enjoying ice cream, I went to Museum of Rock (Oya History Museum). I arrived at around 11 p.m. and immediately parked my bicycle, bought a ticket and entered the museum. After about an hour ill the "artificial stone cave", I finally reached the exit.
Arriving at the front door, all of a sudden a ticket officer called me. He (showed a thin black wallet which was in fact my wallet. He showed it to me and asked in Japanese, "Is this your wallet?" At first, I was surprised because I did not think that I lost the wallet. However, I checked my pants, pocket and bags while observing that thin black wallet. Finally, I believed it was mine and the officer handed it to me. He told us that a person found it not far from a parking lot while pointing at the location of the bicycle shed. He explained that everything remained safe. With astonishment I received the wallet and thanked him. My wallet and its contents were safe.
I thanked God as my carelessness did not trouble me. I could imagine the trouble if I lost the wallet. All my important documents were in it, the resident card as proof of residence permits and the basis of all the affairs during in Japan, ATM cards for scholarships, a credit card and library card that functioned doubles as a sign-in-key into a laboratory during a holiday or night visit as well, and insurance card. Although there was no money at all, but losing the wallet would make me lose a lot of time and money to find a replacement for its contents.
Thank God I lost it in Japan. A few say, Japanese are well-known for their honesty. They do not want to take anything that does not belong to them (although that does not mean there are no thieves). Finally, I proved myself.
Adopted from: https://www.kompasiana.com/ sunardialbanyumasi/54f43e31 7 4551 3802b6c8980/tak-rnerasakehilangan-sampai-ada-yang-menemukan-contol:1-pendidikankarakter-di-jepang (Septermber 25, 2019)
Where did Guntur drop his wallet?
On his way to a museum.
In the museum.
Near a parking lot.
Under his bicycle.
In the cave.
Soal menanyakan dimana Guntur menjatuhkan dompetnya.
Jawaban soal Ini dapat dilihat di paragraf ke 3 pada kalimat "He told us that a person found it not far from a parking lot while pointing at the location of the bicycle shed".
Kalimat ini memiliki arti 'Ia memberitahu kami bahwa seseorang menemukannya tidak jauh dari tempat parkir sambil menunjuk ke lokasi gudang sepeda'.
Hal ini menjelaskan bahwa dompet penulis ditemukan di dekat lapangan parkir (near parking lot).
Jadi, jawaban yang paling tepat adalah C.
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