Penguin in the Park
Once a man was walking in a park when he across a penguin. He took it to a policeman and said; "What should I do?" The policeman replied; "Take it to the zoo!".
The next day, the policeman saw the man in the same park. The man was still carrying the penguin. The policeman was rather surprised and walked up to the man and asked; "Why are you still carrying the penguin? Didn't you take it to the zoo?" The man replied; "I certainly did. And it was a great idea because the penguin really enjoyed it. So, today I am taking it to the movie".
Generic Structure Analysis
Orientation;introducing participants: "He" and Penguin. They were in the parkEvent1; The man tended to take the penguin to the parkEvent; The following day, the man were still carrying the penguinTwist; Even, finally the man would take the penguin to the moviesLanguage Feature AnalysisFocusing on certain certain participants; He, penguin, policemanUsing action verb; carry, walk upUsing adverb of time and place; once, in the parkTold in chronological order; chronological order by days, the next day.