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ENGLISH PAPER PROJECT

NARRATIVE
“LEGENDS AND FAIRY TALES”

Members :
 I Gusti Bagus Niko Ari Putra (11)
 I Komang Trisna Suandana (13)
 I Made Wiliana Ardika Mahendra (15)
 Komang Agus Arya Bagaskara (20)

SMA N 7 DENPASAR
2017/2018
CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION

A. The Background of the Analysis

In English there are many different types of text, narrative text, descriptive, report,
etc. In reading the course we will discuss the different types of the text. And one of
the texts which we discuss in this paper is a narrative text.
What is Narrative Text? Narrative Text Narrative text is a text text which contains
about fantasy, fairy tales, or a true story that has been exaggerated. There is usually a
moral to be learned at the end of the story. Example of narrative text can be folk tales,
animal stories, legends, myths, short stories, comic, cartoon, and others.
Therefore, on this occasion we will discuss about the Narrative text clearly. ranging
from linguistic characteristics, sentence structure and other components.

B. Purpose
1. To know the definition of Narrative text.
2. To know the Structure Narrative text.
3. To know the social function of Narrative text.
4. To know lenguage features of Narrative text
5. To know examples about Legends and Fairy tales
CHAPTER II
THEORY

Definition of Narrative

Narrative text is a text text which contains about fantasy, fairy tales, or a true story
that has been exaggerated. There is usually a moral to be learned at the end of the
story. Example of narrative text can be folk tales, animal stories, legends, myths, short
stories, comic, cartoon, and others.

The purpose of text


To amuse, entertain, and to deal with actual or vicarious experience in different ways;
Narrative deal with problem attic event .

Generic Structure of Narrative text


They are:
1) Orientation: sets the scene and introduction the participants (Character, place and
time)
2) Complication: crisis arise.
3) Evaluation: Optional.
4) Resolution or also called solution: The crisis is resolved, for better or for worse.
5) Reorientation: the cover of the story: optional
6) Coda: changes in the figures and the lessons to be learned from the story
Also sometimes there is a complicated storyline and complex, so the structure of the
story can be shaped.

Language Feature of Narrative Text.


They are:
a. Use active verbs.
b. Use past tense.
c. Use conjunction.
d. The first person (I or We) or the third person (He, She, or They).
e. Use specific nouns.
f. Use adjective and adverbs