Contoh Teks Report tentang Media
Do you know what is media? What do people make benefits from it? Media consists of various constantly updated streams which become the most important thing at the present time. Media creates, produces, and delivers products to viewers. They can be news, weather reports, research info, TV shows, musics, films, even communication channels such as phone calls and chats. The primary purpose of the media is to make money by advertising the products and services.

Contoh Teks Report tentang Unta
Camel is a large and strong animal which is commonly seen in desert. There are two kinds of camel; Arabian camel and Bactrian camel. The first kind of camel has one hump and the second has two humps. Camel are able to travel in great distances across hot and dry deserts with little food or water. They walk easily on soft sand the desert. Camels are trained as means of transportation by carrying people and loads on their backs. They also serve the people of the desert in many other ways.

Example of Report Text in Earthquake
Kinds of Earthquake Earthquake often happens around us. It brings great damages. Earthquake is hard to be predicted and that makes lot victims. Actually there are three kinds of earthquake. This kinds of earthquake are commonly base on the factor and geological area where the earthquakes happen. These three kinds of earthquake are tectonic, volcanic and explosion. Tectonic earthquakes is most common one. This kind of earthquake happens while earth's crust rocks break because of the geological strength created by moving of the earth's plates. Volcanic earthquakes happen exactly with volcanic activity. Volcanic earthquakes are when the volcano produces acidic lava, which drys quickly, when it drys quickly it blocks the top of the volcano. This make no more magma can escape. Pressure starts to build up and eventually the acidic lava can no longer stand the pressure. So the volcano is free to explode, the pressure is released so fast that an earthquake is caused. A volcanic earthquake is usually kept within 10-20 miles of the volcano. Explosion earthquakes are the result of the collapse earthquakes that are small earthquakes occurring in underground mines and caverns.

ELEPHANTS as Example of Report Text

Now let's see another example of a report text. It is about elephants. A report text explains participants in general so it is not about a specific elephant. An elephant is the largest and strongest of all animals. It is a strange looking animal which it has thick legs, huge sides and backs, large hanging ears, a small tail, little eyes, long white tusks and above all, elephant has a long nose, the trunk. An elephant is commonly seen in a zoo, it has hard found in it natural habitat. The trunk is the elephant's peculiar feature. This trunk has various usages. The elephant draws up water by its trunk and can squirt the water all over its body like a shower bath. The elephant's trunk also lift leaves and put them into its mouth. In fact, the trunk serves the elephant as long arm and hand. An elephant looks very clumsy and heavy and yet an elephant can move very quickly. The elephant is very intelligent animal. Its intelligence combined with its great strength makes an elephant a very useful servant to man. Elephant can be trained to serve in various ways such as carry heavy loads, hunt for tigers and even fight. An elephant is really a smart animal. Photo illustrating this example of report text about elephant is taken from here .

To: Staff and members of students' organization. Would you like to come and join us on: Day: Monday Date: 3 October 2011 Time: 09.30 a.m Program: Regular meeting. Thanks for your attention. Chairperson,


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HICSS-35 January 7-10, 2002 Hilton Waikoloa Village (on the Big Island) 425 Waikoloa Beach Dr. Waikoloa, Hawaii 96738
**PLEASE RETURN THIS FORM DIRECTLY TO THE HOTEL** FAX: Reservations (808) 886-2902 Or call: (808) 886-1234 or 1-800-HILTONS Or visit (enter Group Code "HIC" ) Your conference registration will be verified prior to your arrival. Name_____________________________________________________________________________ Address __________________________________________________________________________ City _____________________________ State ________ Zip _______ Country_______________ Phone (Home) ________/__________________ (Office) _______/_________________________ (Fax)_______________________ e-mail address _______________________________________

Date / Time / Airlines /Flight #

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$169/night $199/night

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Garden/Golf/Mountain View _____ Partial Ocean View _____ Deluxe Ocean View


• All rates subject to HI state room tax (currently 11.41%). • Single or double occupancy • Additional person @ $35 Hotel policy limits 3 adults or 2 adults with 2 children per room. • Children under 18 are complimentary when accompanied by parent.
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