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Proverb
Every culture has a collection of wise sayings that offer advice about how to live your life. These
sayings are called by "proverbs".
Example: Time is money = Waktu adalah uang.
(Waktu sangat berharga atau penting maka manusia harus menggunakan waktu sebaik mungkin)
Kinds of Proverbs:
1. Aphorism (Pepatah)
This proverb offers advice.
Example : Don’t go too far in small.
(Persoalan kecil jangan dibesar-besarkan).
2. Parable (Perumpamaan)
That has a moral lesson and has parable.
Example : To carry coals to New-castle.
(Bagai membuang garam kelaut)
3. Slogan (Pameo)
This proverb gives spirit or motivation.
Example :
1. Early bird gets worm
(Tuhan akan memberikan rezeki kepada makhluk-Nya yang lebih dulu bangun)
2. Diligence is the mistress of success.
(Kerajinan pangkal kesuksesan)
4. Idiom
It is a phrase that has group of words with a different meaning from the meaning of all the
individual word.
Example :
1. Pull your sock up. (improve your behaviour)
2. You can arrange your bedroom at will. (sesuka hati)
3. Don’t mention it. (You’re welcome)
Task 1
What does it mean?
1. Better late than never.
2. Don’t go too far in small.
3. By learning to obey we know to command.
4. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
5. Actions speak louder than words.

Work in Group.
Work in group and find the meaning of following proverb that is in film.
1. It’s not what is outside but what in inside that count. (Aladdin)
2. Always let your conscience be your guide. (Pinokio)
3. It’s doesn’t matter. It’s in the past. The past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run
from it, or learn from it.

Individual work
1. Find 5 proverbs and the meaning!

Pedoman Penilaian Task 1


Soal berbentuk uraian. Jawaban benar skor 20, jawaban kurang tepat skor 10, jawaban salah skor
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2. Riddle
A riddle is a type of poetry that describes something without actually naming what it is, leaving
the reader to guess. It is a light hearted type of poetry which involves the reader.
Riddles can be about anything, from riddles about animals to riddles about objects. There are no
rules on how to structure a riddle poem, a riddle can be funny or it can rhyme, it depends on the
person writing the riddle.
Example:
1. It’s an animal. It’s an orange black. It has stripes. It has four paws. It lives in the jungle. What is
it?
It is a Lion.
2. “Three eyes have I, all in a row; when the red one opens, all freeze.” The answer is traffic light.

3. Example of Rhyming Riddle


I come in different style.
I can help you walk for miles.
Come in pair.
I’m somethiing what you wear.
With heals I’m glam
Can you guest what I am?
I am a ..

Exercise.
Match and Find the answer of the following riddle.
1. What building has the most stories? a. An eye.
2. What is broken every time it’s spoken? b. Smoke
3. What four letter word can be read upside down, downside up,c. Tomorrow
and up to down? d. Night falls and day
4. What animal walks on all fours in the morning, two in the breaks.
afternoon and three in the evening?” e. A river.
5. What falls, but does not break, and what breaks but does not A man, since he
fall? crawls as a child then
6. I have holes in my top and bottom, my left and right, and in walks and uses a cane
the middle. But I still hold water. What am I? when he gets older.
7. What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, g. library
has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps? h. A sponge
8. I never was, am always to be. silence
No one ever saw me, nor ever will. NOON
And yet I am the confidence of all.
To live and breathe on this terrestrial ball.
What am I?
9. I am the black child of a white father, a wingless bird, flying
even to the clouds of heaven. I give birth to tears of mourning
in pupils that meet me, even though there is no cause for grief,
and at once on my birth I am dissolved into air. What am I?
10. Pronounced as one letter. And written with three. Two letters
there are. And two only in me. I'm double, I'm single. I'm
black, blue, and grey. I'm read from both ends. And the same
either way. What am I?

Written by: Arifta Lantita Jinggaa (@ariftatita)

1. Do not cast your pearls before swine.


A) A mistake can be a great teacher.
B) Do not give a precious thing to someone who cannot value it.
C) It is preferable to be cautious than be rash and get into trouble.
D) When things seem at their worst, they may just begin to improve.

2. The child is father of the man.


A) The finest things are hard to get.
B) One should not assume success prior to actually achieving it.
C) A satisfactory conclusion makes up for earlier disappointments.
D) The character of a child shows the kind of man he will grow up to
be.

3. Better late than never.


A) Everything that is attractive on the outside may not be really
valuable inside.
B) A satisfactory conclusion makes up for earlier disappointments.
C) It is preferable to do a job even if it is delayed than not do it at all.
D) One's actions whether good or bad determine one's rewards or
punishments.

4. Birds of a feather flock together.


A) People with similar interests and tastes tend to group.
B) The finest things are hard to get.
C) Everything that is attractive on the outside may not be really
valuable inside.
D) One should not make a big fuss about a trivial matter.

5. Don't change horses in mid-stream.


A) Nothing can go on forever as all things change.
B) It is preferable to be cautious than be rash and get into trouble.
C) Plans must not be altered at the wrong time.
D) One's actions whether good or bad determine one's rewards or
punishments.

6. Call a spade a spade.


A) One should not worry before something happens for it may never
happen. B) Do not give a precious thing to someone who cannot value
it.
C) Be blunt and say plainly what you mean.
D) Our affection increases when we are parted from our loved ones.

7. All that glitters is not gold.


A) A satisfactory conclusion makes up for earlier disappointments.
B) Be blunt and say plainly what you mean.
C) Everything that is attractive on the outside may not be really
valuable inside.
D) Family ties are stronger than other relationships.

8. All roads lead to Rome.


A) There are often early indications of future happenings.
B) People can arrive at the same conclusion by different means.
C) People with similar interests and tastes tend to group.
D) Once a decision has been made, it cannot be reversed.

9. Don't make a mountain out of a molehill.


A) It is preferable to do a job even if it is delayed than not do it at all.
B) Provide help first to one's family members and then to others.
C) Plans must not be altered at the wrong time.
D) One should not make a big fuss about a trivial matter.

10. A bad workman always blames his tools.


A) A person with deficiencies finds excuses for his lack of skill.
B) Steady progress is better in the long run than inconsistent speed.
C) One should not assume success prior to actually achieving it.
D) There are often early indications of future happenings.

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