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TRANSLATION MEANING IN INDONESIA REPORT TEXT
NO.1
Long, long ago, when the gods and goddesses used to mingle in the affairs of mortals, there was
a small kingdom on the slope of Mount Wayang in West Java. The King, named Sang Prabu,
was a wise man. He had an only daughter, called Princess Teja Nirmala, who was famous for
her beauty but she was not married. One day Sang Prabu made up his mind to settle the matter
by a show of strength.
After that, Prince of Blambangan, named Raden Begawan had won the
competition. Unfortunately, the wicked fairy, Princess Segara fell in love with Raden Begawan
and used magic power to render him unconscious and he forgot his wedding. When Sang Prabu
was searching, Raden Begawan saw him and soon realized that he had been enchanted by the
wicked fairy. The fairy could not accept this, so she killed Raden Begawan. When Princess Teja
Nirmala heard this, she was very sad. So a nice fairy took her to the Kahyangan.
NO 2
A long time ago, there lived on the island of Bali a giant-like creature named Kbo Iwo. The
people of Bali used to say that Kbo Iwo was everything, a destroyer as well as a creator. He was
satisfied with the meal, but this meant for the Balinese people enough food for a thousand men.
Difficulties arose when for the first time the barns were almost empty and the new harvest was
still a long way off. This made Kbo Iwo wild with great anger. In his hunger, he destroyed all
the houses and even all the temples. It made the Balinese turn to rage.
So, they came together to plan steps to oppose this powerful giant by using his stupidity. They
asked Kbo Iwo to build them a very deep well, and rebuild all the houses and temples he had
destroyed. After they fed Kbo Iwo, he began to dig a deep hole.
One day he had eaten too much, he fell asleep in the hole. The oldest man in the village gave a
sign, and the villagers began to throw the limestone they had collected before into the hole. The
limestone made the water inside the hole boiling . Kbo Iwo was buried alive. Then the water in
the well rose higher and higher until at last it overflowed and formed Lake Batur. The mound of
earth dug from the well by Kbo Iwo is known as Mount Batur.
NO ,3
A long time ago, very few people lived in the New Territories. There were only a few
villages. If the people wanted to go from one village to another, they often had to pass through
wild and unsafe forest.
One day, a farmer’s young wife went to the next village to visit her own mother and
brother. She brought along her baby son. When it was time for her to leave, her brother said “ it
is getting dark. Let my son, Ah Tim go with you though the forest.”
So Ah Tim led the way and the young woman followed behind, carrying her baby. When they
were in the forest, suddenly they saw a group of wolves. They began to run to avoid the danger,
but Ah Tim kicked against a stone and fell down. At once the wolves caught him. The young
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woman cried to the wolves, “ please eat my own son instead.” Then, she put her baby son on the
ground in front of the wolves and took her nephew away. Everyone understood that this was
because the woman was very good and kind. She had offered her own son’s life to save her
nephew.
They ran back to the house and called for help. All men in the village fetched thick sticks and
went back with her into the forest. When they got there, they saw something very
strange. Instead of eating the woman’s baby the wolves were playing with him.
NO.4
Report Text
An elephant is the largest and strongest animals. It is a strange looking animal with its thick legs,
huge sides and backs, large hanging ears, a small tall, little eyes, long white tusks and above all it
has a long noise, the trunk.
The trunk is the elephant’s peculiar feature, and it has various uses. The elephant draws up water
by its trunk and can squirt it all over its body like a shower bath. It can also lift leaves and puts
them into its mouth. In fact the trunk serves the elephant as a long am and hand. An elephant
looks very clumsy and heavy and yet it can move very quickly.
The elephant is a very intelligent animal. Its intelligence combined with its great strength makes
it a very useful servant to man and it can be trained to serve in various ways such as carry heavy
loads, hunt for tigers and even fight.
NO. 5
Every single rock on the surface of the Earth-whether it is gravestone, a piece of solidified lava
from a volcano or a boulder that has broken from a cliff or mountain-is slowly being broken
down. This breaking down of rocks at or near the Earth’s surface is called weathering. The word
is used because the weather is mainly responsible. Weathering turns solid rock into soft materials
that may eventually form soil.
Air and water are the cause of most weathering. Sometimes they change the chemical in the
rocks, and sometimes they just break apart the rock physically. If water seeps into the cracks in
the rocks, for example, it may later freeze if the temperature falls below 0 degrees Celsius. As
the water turns to ice, it expands, pushing against the sides of the rock with a pressure believe to
be as much as 2,100 kilograms per square centimetre. This forces the cracks open. Repeated
freezing and thawing causes the fragments to break away from the original rock, these may slide
down a cliff or mountain and form a sloping mass of fragments at the bottom, called scree.
NO.6
Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon, without
making physical contact with the object. In modern usage, the term generally refers to the use of
aerial sensor technology to detect and classify objects on Earth (both on the surface, and in the
atmosphere and ocean) by means of propagated signals (e.g. electromagnetic radiation emitted
from aircraft or satellites).
There are two main types or remote sensing: passive remote sensing and active remote sensing.
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Passive sensors detect natural radiation that is emitted or reflected by the objects or surrounding
area being observed. Reflected sunlight is the most common source of radiation measured by
passive censors. Examples of passive remote sensors include film photography, infra-red,
charge-coupled devices, and radiometers. Active collection, on the other hand, emits energy in
order to scan objects and areas whereupon a sensor then detects and measures the radiation that
is reflected or backscattered from the target. RADAR and LIDAR are examples of active remote
sensing where the time delay between emission and return is measured, stabilizing the location,
height, speed and direction of an object.
N0.7
Komodo dragon is a member of the monitor family, Varanidae. It is the world’s largest living lizards
It grows to be 10 feet (3 meters) long and weighs up to 126 kg and belong to the most ancient
grouplizards still alive.
It is found mainly in the island of Komodo and on other small islands, Rinca, Padar, and Flores. The
natives call the dragon, ora, or buaya darat (land crocodile).
The Komodo dragon has a long heavy tail, short, strong legs, and rough skin. It is covered with small dull,
colored scales. It can sprint at up 18 km per hours, but only for short distances. When it opens its wide
red moth, it shows row of teeth like the edge of a saw.
Komodo dragons are good simmers and may swim the long distance from one island to another. Like
other lizards, they swim by undulating their tails, and their legs held against their body.
The Komodo dragon is totally carnivorous. It hunts other animals during the day. It hunts deer, wild pigs,
water buffaloes, and even horses. While smaller komodos have to be content with eggs, other lizards,
snakes and rodents. Komodo dragons are cannibals. The adult will prey on the young one as well as the
old and sick dragons.
Lizard digs a cave with its strong claws in the cave at night
NO.8
Gold is a precious metal. Gold is used as ornaments or as money. Gold is found in many places,
but in a small supply. It is often found on the surface of the earth. Since gold is a heavy
substance, it is sometimes found loose on bottom of rivers. The gold is found together with sand
and rocks, and must be separated from them. It is simple to search for this type of gold. It is not
usually necessary to drill for gold, but when a layer of gold is located deep below the surface of
the earth, it is possible to drill a hole into the ground. Engineers have developed modern process
for removing gold from rocks. Since gold is not very hard, it is sometimes melted and added to
other substances for making rings, coins, and art objects. It will be priced forever because it is
beautiful, rare, and useful.
NO.9
Blueberries, cranberries, and huckleberries-like dark skinned bunch grapes-contain restorative, a
potential anticancer agent. That’s a new finding from preliminary data from ARS collaborative
studies with Rutgers University-New Jersey and Ag Canada, Kent ville, Nova Scotti. Restorative
protects dark-skinned bunch grapes from fungal diseases and provides health benefits to
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consumers, including protection from cardiovascular disease. The compound’s anticancer
potential warranted its examination in other fruits.
Using gas chromatographic and mass spectrometric procedures, the scientists measured the
restorative content of 30 whole fruit samples of blueberry, cranberry, huckleberry, and related
plants representing 5 families and 10 species of Vaccination fruit. They found that several
samples contained varying amounts of the compound. Analysis of extracts of the skin, juice/pulp,
and seed of muscadine grapes showed that its concentration in fruit skin was highest. Levels in
the juice/pulp were much lower than in either skin or seeds. Researchers are continuing to
analyze more Vaccination and muscadine samples. Future research goals will include enhancing
production of restorative in selected species.

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TRANSLATION MEANING IN INDONESIA REPORT TEXT NO.1 Long, long ago, when the gods and goddesses used to mingle in the affairs of mortals, there was a small kingdom on the slope of Mount Wayang in West Java. The King, named Sang Prabu, was a wise man. He had an only daughter, called Princess Teja Nirmala, who was famous for her beauty but she was not married. One day Sang Prabu made up his mind to settle the matter by a show of strength. After that, Prince of Blambangan, named Raden Begawan had won the competition. Unfortunately, the wicked fairy, Princess Segara fell in love with Raden Begawan and used magic power to render him unconscious and he forgot his wedding. When Sang Prabu was searching, Raden Begawan saw him and soon realized that he had been enchanted by the wicked fairy. The fairy could not accept this, so she killed Raden Begawan. When Princess Teja Nirmala heard this, she was very sad. So a nice fairy took her to the Kahyangan. NO 2 A long time ago, there lived on the island of Bali a giant-like creature named Kbo Iwo. The people of Bali used to say that Kbo Iwo was everything, a destroyer as well as a creator. He was satisfied with the meal, but this meant for the Balinese people enough food for a thousand men. Difficulties arose when for the first time the barns were almost empty and the new harvest was still a long way off. This made Kbo Iwo wild with great anger. In his hunger, he destroyed all the houses and even all the temples. It made the Balinese turn to rage. So, they came together to plan steps to oppose this powerful giant by using his stupidity. They asked Kbo Iwo to build them a very deep well, and rebuild all the houses and temples he had destroyed. After they fed Kbo Iwo, he began to dig a deep hole. One day he had eaten too much, he fell asleep in the hole. The oldest man in the village gave a sign, and the villagers began to throw the limestone they had collected before into the hole. The limestone made the water inside the hole boiling . Kbo Iwo was buried alive. Then the water in the well rose higher and higher until at last it overflowed and formed Lake Batur. The mound of earth dug from the well by Kbo Iwo is known as Mount Batur. NO ,3 A long time ago, very few people lived in the New Territories. There were only a few villages. If the people wanted to go from one village to another, they often had to pass through wild and unsafe forest. One day, a farmer’s young wife went to the next village to visit her own mother and brother. She brought along her baby son. When it was time for her to leave, her brother said “ it is getting dark. Let my son, Ah Tim go with you though the forest.” So Ah Tim led the way and the young woman followed behind, carrying her baby. When they were in the forest, suddenly they saw a group of wolves. They began to run to avoid the danger, but Ah Tim kicked against a stone and fell down. At once the wolves caught him. The young woman cried to the wolves, “ please eat my own son instead.” Then, she put her baby son on the ground in front of the wolves and took her nephew away. Everyone understood that this was because the woman was very good and kind. She had offered her own son’s life to save her nephew. They ran back to the house and called for help. All men in the village fetched thick sticks and went back with her into the forest. When they got there, they saw something very strange. Instead of eating the woman’s baby the wolves were playing with him. NO.4 Report Text An elephant is the largest and strongest animals. It is a strange looking animal with its thick legs, huge sides and backs, large hanging ears, a small tall, little eyes, long white tusks and above all it has a long noise, the trunk. The trunk is the elephant’s peculiar feature, and it has various uses. The elephant draws up water by its trunk and can squirt it all over its body like a shower bath. It can also lift leaves and puts them into its mouth. In fact the trunk serves the elephant as a long am and hand. An elephant looks very clumsy and heavy and yet it can move very quickly. The elephant is a very intelligent animal. Its intelligence combined with its great strength makes it a very useful servant to man and it can be trained to serve in various ways such as carry heavy loads, hunt for tigers and even fight. NO. 5 Every single rock on the surface of the Earth-whether it is gravestone, a piece of solidified lava from a volcano or a boulder that has broken from a cliff or mountain-is slowly being broken down. This breaking down of rocks at or near the Earth’s surface is called weathering. The word is used because the weather is mainly responsible. Weathering turns solid rock into soft materials that may eventually form soil. Air and water are the cause of most weathering. Sometimes they change the chemical in the rocks, and sometimes they just break apart the rock physically. If water seeps into the cracks in the rocks, for example, it may later freeze if the temperature falls below 0 degrees Celsius. As the water turns to ice, it expands, pushing against the sides of the rock with a pressure believe to be as much as 2,100 kilograms per square centimetre. This forces the cracks open. Repeated freezing and thawing causes the fragments to break away from the original rock, these may slide down a cliff or mountain and form a sloping mass of fragments at the bottom, called scree. NO.6 Remote sensing is the acquisition of information about an object or phenomenon, without making physical contact with the object. In modern usage, the term generally refers to the use of aerial sensor technology to detect and classify objects on Earth (both on the surface, and in the atmosphere and ocean) by means of propagated signals (e.g. electromagnetic radiation emitted from aircraft or satellites). There are two main types or remote sensing: passive remote sensing and active remote sensing. Passive sensors detect natural radiation that is emitted or reflected by the objects or surrounding area being observed. Reflected sunlight is the most common source of radiation measured by passive censors. Examples of passive remote sensors include film photography, infra-red, charge-coupled devices, and radiometers. Active collection, on the other hand, emits energy in order to scan objects and areas whereupon a sensor then detects and measures the radiation that is reflected or backscattered from the target. RADAR and LIDAR are examples of active remote sensing where the time delay between emission and return is measured, stabilizing the location, height, speed and direction of an object. N0.7 Komodo dragon is a member of the monitor family, Varanidae. It is the world’s largest living lizards It grows to be 10 feet (3 meters) long and weighs up to 126 kg and belong to the most ancient grouplizards still alive. It is found mainly in the island of Komodo and on other small islands, Rinca, Padar, and Flores. The natives call the dragon, ora, or buaya darat (land crocodile). The Komodo dragon has a long heavy tail, short, strong legs, and rough skin. It is covered with small dull, colored scales. It can sprint at up 18 km per hours, but only for short distances. When it opens its wide red moth, it shows row of teeth like the edge of a saw. Komodo dragons are good simmers and may swim the long distance from one island to another. Like other lizards, they swim by undulating their tails, and their legs held against their body. The Komodo dragon is totally carnivorous. It hunts other animals during the day. It hunts deer, wild pigs, water buffaloes, and even horses. While smaller komodos have to be content with eggs, other lizards, snakes and rodents. Komodo dragons are cannibals. The adult will prey on the young one as well as the old and sick dragons. Lizard digs a cave with its strong claws in the cave at night NO.8 Gold is a precious metal. Gold is used as ornaments or as money. Gold is found in many places, but in a small supply. It is often found on the surface of the earth. Since gold is a heavy substance, it is sometimes found loose on bottom of rivers. The gold is found together with sand and rocks, and must be separated from them. It is simple to search for this type of gold. It is not usually necessary to drill for gold, but when a layer of gold is located deep below the surface of the earth, it is possible to drill a hole into the ground. Engineers have developed modern process for removing gold from rocks. Since gold is not very hard, it is sometimes melted and added to other substances for making rings, coins, and art objects. It will be priced forever because it is beautiful, rare, and useful. NO.9 Blueberries, cranberries, and huckleberries-like dark skinned bunch grapes-contain restorative, a potential anticancer agent. That’s a new finding from preliminary data from ARS collaborative studies with Rutgers University-New Jersey and Ag Canada, Kent ville, Nova Scotti. Restorative protects dark-skinned bunch grapes from fungal diseases and provides health benefits to consumers, including protection from cardiovascular disease. The compound’s anticancer potential warranted its examination in other fruits. Using gas chromatographic and mass spectrometric procedures, the scientists measured the restorative content of 30 whole fruit samples of blueberry, cranberry, huckleberry, and related plants representing 5 families and 10 species of Vaccination fruit. They found that several samples contained varying amounts of the compound. Analysis of extracts of the skin, juice/pulp, and seed of muscadine grapes showed that its concentration in fruit skin was highest. Levels in the juice/pulp were much lower than in either skin or seeds. Researchers are continuing to analyze more Vaccination and muscadine samples. Future research goals will include enhancing production of restorative in selected species. Name: Description: ...
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