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Once upon a time, there was a fisherman named Batara Guru Sahala who lived in Batak land. One day, he caught a fish that could talk. The fish begged Sahala to set it free and he did accordingly.
As soon as the fish was free, it changed into a woman. She was so beautiful that Sahala fell in love with her at once. He asked her to marry him. The woman agreed to marry Sahala, but in one condition: he had to keep the secret that she was once a fish. Sahala promised her that he would not tell anyone about it.
They were happily married and had two daughters. Every morning Sahala went out fishing. His daughters would bring him his lunch. One day, however, instead of bringing the food to their father, the two girls ate it.
When Sahala knew what they had done with the meal, he got very angry. He shouted at them saying, ”You behaved exactly like the daughters of a fish.”
The girls did not understand what their father meant. They went home and asked their mother about it. Their mother was very annoyed. Although Sahala apologized to her later, she would not forgive him for breaking his promise.
From that moment on, Sahala took a lesson that he should not have broken his own promise. Sahala was so grief-striker that he decided to wander for the rest of his life.
1. What is the communicative purpose of the text?
a. to persuade the readers
b. to describe Sahala’s life
c. to retell the events happened in Sahala’s life
d. to explain how to break promise
e. to entertain the readers
2. Why couldn’t Sahala keep his promise? Because he …..
a. was very angry
b. was very hungry
c. did not love his wife
d. did not like his daughters
e. did not get his meal
3. What moral lesson can we take from the story?
a. A husband should be loyal to his wife
b. Children should pay respect to their parents
c. A man should keep his promise well
d. A man should take care of his family well
e. A woman is sometimes too emotional