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You greet your teacher at 1 p. Hello, Rena. Lita meets an old friend. Thank you for joining us. Good night. A teacher greets her students. I really must go now. Someone opens a speech at 7 p. You meet your classmate. Good morning, class. A receptionist welcomes a guest f. Good evening, ladies and at 10 a. You part with a friend after g. A TV presenter closes her h. Sweet dream. You end a conversation with a i.
How are you today? A Mommy takes her little son to j. Activity 10 Work with your partner to discuss about the answers for the questions below. How do you feel on the first day in your new school? Do you know what to do? How do you know about where to go or who to ask if you have problems? Activity 11 Read the passage below. Good morning. Welcome to St. Raphael Vocational School and a warm welcome to the new students joining our school community.
We are pleased that you have chosen our International Standard School. Please review our Handbook to finds some useful information regarding our school procedures and policies.
The staff of St. Raphael Vocational School looks forward to sharing another great year in partnership with you. We are happy to have you with us.
Activity 12 Answer these questions based on the text above.
Where do you likely read this kind of text? What is the purpose of publishing this text? How long has this institution got the new status? What are the characteristics of this school? How do you get the information about the school regulations? Activity 13 A. Find the words in the text which has similar meaning with the words below.
Open your dictionary. Find the synonym of the following words. Compose a dialogue based on the situation below. Then, act it out before the class. You are at the bus stop, waiting for a bus to take you home from school. You meet an old friend of yours, Rima.
You say hello to her and ask her about her school. In the middle of the conversation you see the bus coming. You say good bye to Rima and wish that you will see her again soon. Activity 15 Look at the greeting card below and observe what is written on it.
Then, make a similar greeting card yourself on the computer. Insert a clip art or down load a picture from the internet and write down the message as you wish. Print it out and submit it to your teacher. Hi Tita.
What do you think the two people are doing? Who are they? What are they saying to each other? Listen to your teacher and guess when the expressions are used. Do you know him? Baska, this is a friend of mine. Pleased to meet you. Nice to meet you. Let me introduce you to Mr. How do you do? May I introduce myself? Glad to meet you, too. Activity 18 Open your book. Hello, Baska.
Baska, this is a friend of mine, Renata Simamora. Hi, pleased to meet you too. Excuse me. Nice to meet you, Renata. Iskandar, let me introduce you to Mr.
Hardono of Java Tour. Hardono, this is Mr. Smith, our Marketing Manager. My name is Talita Yuwono. Pleased to meet you too. Have you met the other members? Not yet. You are the first. Come with me, then. I appreciate that. Glad to meet you. Pleased - Good evening.
My name is Baskara. How - Let me introduce myself. My name do you do? My name is - How do you do? My name is Renata.
Introducing others Responses - Do you know Baskara? Pleased to meet - May I introduce our new member, you. Rafael Romero? Iskandar, this is Mr. Hermawan from Borneo Plan- tation Company. Excuse me, My name is Rafael Romero. How do you do, Mr. Me, too. Are you a new employee here? Yes, I am. How about you? Talita Yuwono. Talita, this is Mr. Activity 20 Read the text below. Read the text below. Good afternoon, fellows.
Just call me Rafa. I speak both English and Spanish. I dream to be a professional dancer one day. I live in Bantul, a small town southward Yogyakarta. I'm glad to know you all and hope that I can get help from you especially in speaking Indonesian. Activity 21 Answer the following questions based on the text above. Who is introducing himself?
Where was he born? Where do his parents live? Does he speak Spanish? What does he do in Indonesia? Is he a student or a teacher? Does he like dancing traditional or modern dances? What does he want to be? Where is Bantul located? What does he expect from his new friends? Activity 22 Work in a group of three.
Practice introducing. Your new friend to your old friend. Your friend to your mother. Activity 23 On a piece of paper, please write a speech of introduction about yourself.
Mention as much information as you can. Include your name, address, family, hobby, and your future plan. Then act it out in front of your friends. In the previous activities you learned these expressions.
I am Baskara. Renata is my friend. Renata is a friend of mine. The underlined parts are personal pronouns. This table shows the complete forms. Use the underlined word or words as the clue. Do like the examples. Then, continue making questions and answer by using your own idea A Question Answer Are you a room boy? Do the guests stay in the No, ……………………. Yes, …………………… Does the bank open at 8? No, ……………………. Is Mr. Iskandar your boss? B Question Answer Do you know Mrs.
Yes, I know her. Do you have the receipt with No, I don't have …. Yes, I see …. Do you see the manager No, ……………………. C Answer: Question Possessive adjective Possessive Pronoun Is it your coat, sir? Yes, it's my coat. Yes, it's mine. Is that their baggage? No, that isn't …………….. No, ……………………… Is this Mr. Azis' car? Yes, ……………………… Yes, ………………… Is it my pen? No, ………………………. No, …………………… In the previous learning activities, you found the expressions below. They are very well, thank you. These are my friends, Surya and Nyoman.
They are waiters. In case we talk about situation, existence, condition, identification, location, profession, and nationality or when there is no physical nor intellectual activity, we should use the verb TO BE.
This table shows the forms of TO BE: You are You're You are not You aren't Are you? He is He's He is not He isn't Is he? She is She's She is not She isn't Is she?
It is It's It is not It isn't Is it? We are We're We are not We aren't Are we? They are They're They are not They aren't Are they? This is - This is not This isn't Is this? That is That's That is not That isn't Is that? You are busy. He is in his office.
She is a programmer. It is OK. We are ready. They are at the lobby. This is your luggage. That is Mr. Rumpita Hotel. My name Toni Sartono. Those pretty girls Talita and Renata. No, they These questions And many more. The answer for the last question might be: Yes, I No, I In the previous learning activities, you found the expressions below: I live in Bantul. We have a new member. Do you know Baskara? The verb is the simple form of verb. In negative and interrogative, does is used for the third singular person, and do is used for the others.
Look at the examples. Talita works in Rumpita Hotel 2. She has the competency to perform well at work. Does she speak English? We live in Indonesia. More people stay in our hotel on weekends. They usually come with their family. Do they always spend much money in the hotel restaurant? A receptionist welcomes guests in a hotel or an office.
Activity 30 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct forms. What time ………… the film in theatre 3 ………….. We ……………….. The restaurant …………………… not serve Indonesian food. How long …………… it …………….. Tourists always ……………………. What ……… an office boy ……………… do in an office? Activity 31 Work in pairs. Take turns to ask and answer the questions. Use the table below to answer.
Number 1 is as your model. They run every an hour. It closes at 4 in the afternoon. We sell toilet articles in our hotel store. It opens at 9 in the morning. It costs forty five thousand rupiah.
They leave from the main entrance. Certainly, we take most credit cards. Student A: Where does the airport bus go from? Student B: What time does the restaurant open? When does the bank close? Do you accept payment by credit card? Can I have my five year-old son with me to the theatre?
If I ask you to book me a ticket, how much will you add to my bill? How often do Trans-Jakarta buses go? Where can I download a toothbrush? Can I pay by check? How much is breakfast? What is the boy doing? What is he probably saying? How is the girl responding? Thanks a lot. Thanks for taking me home. I really appreciate your visiting us.
It was my pleasure. Activity 34 Open your book. These flowers are for you. Thank you for the brooch you gave me for the birthday gift. It was very kind of you to help me to find my luggage. When someone gives you something Thanking Responses - Thanks a lot. When someone does a favor or helps you Thanking Responses - Thanks a lot for your help.
Activity 36 With your partner, complete these dialogues using the expressions you have learned and practice speaking them out. This is a little gift I bought for you. Activity 37 Work in pairs to express thanking and the response for the following things. Thanks a lot of your lovely present. Then, make a similar thanking card yourself on the computer.
Insert a clip art or down load a picture from the internet and write down a thanking note to your friend who gave you a cute white T-shirt. Dear Mrs. Hermawan, Rudi and I just received the Chinese dinner set you sent us for our wedding present. It is gorgeous, and it matches our dining table. We will think of you each time we use it. Thank you so very much. Not bad. I am glad you like it. Thank you, and thanks for your gift too. I really like it. Pleased to meet you, Siska.
By the way, did you have a good time at my party yesterday, Ri? Hi, Isti. How is everything? Let me introduce you to her. Siska this is my friend, Ari. Of course. I enjoyed it very much. It was wonderful. Glad to see you too. Fine, thanks. Activity 40 In pairs, compose a free dialogue which includes expressions used for Greetings, Introducing, Thanking and Leave taking. The situation is in an office. Use the flow of conversasion in activity 39 as your model. After that, act it out before the class.
Describing colours, qualities, sizes, shapes, and materials. In our life, we often need to know how to describe colours, sizes, shapes, etc. Besides, we will always deal with numbers to get information about times, days, dates, months, years, etc. And in this Unit, you will study about all of those things.
Section One A. Imagine how boring our life would be if there were no colours. We cannot enjoy the beauty of flowers, rainbow, butterflies, etc. Wherever we are, we will find colours: We will also find colours from the time we get up in the morning until the time we go to bed at night.
So, colours are very meaningful in our life. Here are the colours: Blue 2. Red 3. White 4. Black 5. Yellow 7.
Grey 8. Brown 9. Pink Number one has been done for you. Flags 2. Activity 2 Look at the pictures, and observe the sentences in Activity 3. The circle is red. It is a red circle. The square is blue. It is a blue square. The triangle is yellow.
It is a yellow triangle. The rectangle is green. It is a green rectangle. The parallelogram is orange. It is an orange parallelogram. The oval is white. It is a white oval. The cylinder is black. It is a black cylinder. The pentagon is grey.
It is a grey pentagon. The hexagon is purple. It is a purple hexagon. The box is brown. It is a brown box. Activity 4 Listen to your teacher and number the picture. The flowers are beautiful. They are beautiful flowers. The suitcase is good. It is a good suitcase. The chairs are broken. They are broken chairs. The picture is bad. It is a bad picture. The butterfly is lovely. It is a lovely butterfly.
Activity 7 Listen to your teacher and number the picture. Box A is heavy. Box B is light. Cylinder A is big. Cylinder B is small. The electricity pylon is tall.
The telephone pole is short. The dictionary is thick. The notebook is thin. The road is long. The rope is short. The boy is fat. The girl is skinny. Activity 10 Listen to your teacher and number the picture. The coins are circular. The ball is spherical. The plates are oval. The chessboard is square. The protractor is semicircular. The pipe is cylindrical. The door is rectangular. The box is cubic. The ice cream is conical.
The banners are triangular. These shoes are made of leather. This kite is made of paper. Those T-shirts are made of cotton. That tyre is made of rubber. The set-square is made of plastic. These cupboards are made of wood. The fence is made of iron. That ring is made of gold. Those marbles are made of glass. These cables are made of copper. Activity 16 Listen to your teacher and number the picture. Activity 19 Listen to your teacher and number the picture.
The man is tall. He is a tall man.. The woman is short. She is a short woman. The girl is slim. She is a slim girl. The man is fat. He is a fat man. The men are strong. They are strong men. The men are weak. They are weak men. The woman is beautiful. She is a beautiful woman. The boy is ugly. He is an ugly boy. Their hair is short. They have short hair. Their hair is long. They have long hair. Activity 25 Listen to your teacher and number the picture. Abdullah Zaky and Haritsa are a new couple.
They have just got married for about three months. They are looking for a house. They are in a real estate agent now having a conversation with an agent. Good morning Mr. Abdullah Zaky. Right, Mr. Welcome to Gebyar Pesona Real Estate. Can I help you? We have what you want, a medium house.
Here is the picture. It looks beautiful. It does, Mrs. How many rooms does it have? There are six rooms. One living room, one bathroom, two bedrooms, one kitchen, and one garage.
There are some cupboards under the sink. The tiles are square. Are there any plates? Yes, there are some circular and some oval plates in the cupboard. Very good. What about the chairs? Are there any? Yes, but they are in the living room, four wooden chairs and one wooden table. Yes, there are twelve in the cupboard. Conical glasses. Yes, a big, colour television. What colour are the walls? Blue outside and white inside. And what about the yard?
I mean, how large is the yard? The front yard is large enough but the back yard is not so large. And the garage? The garage is enough for one car and one motorcycle. What do you think, honey? Can we take this house? I think it very good. We can take it. OK, Mr. Hamzah, before we take this house, may I know how much it is? Zaki, only seventy five million rupiahs. You can pay by installments, twenty five million as the down payment and ten million a month within five months.
I agree. Very good, Mr. Thank you very much, Mr. Would you please fill in this form? All right. How long have Zaky and Haritsa been married? What kind of house do they want? Does the agent have such a house?
Is the house beautiful? How many bedrooms are there in that house? How big is the kitchen? What things are there in the kitchen? What shape are the tiles? What shape are the plates? Are there any chairs in the kitchen? What kind of chairs are they? Are the glasses cylindrical or are they conical? Is the television big or small? Is it a black — white television?
Which yard is large enough and which yard is not so large? Is the garage wide enough? Where is Zaky from? Where does Haritsa come from? What are Zaky and Haritsa? Zaky and Haritsa have got a child. The agent asks Zaky and Haritsa to go around the house. Haritsa thinks that the house is beautiful. This house does not have a balcony. The colour of the tiles of the kitchen is white. The plates are made of ceramics. There are four wooden chairs and a wooden table in the dining room.
There are not any cups in the cupboard. The walls are white outside and blue inside. The house is very expensive. Consult your dictionary for new words. Our uniform is white and grey. The monster is very big. The lake is very large. My shirt is medium. The clock is circular. The calendar is rectangular. The mattress is made of sponge. Activity 30 Read this passage carefully.
Pratama is a 26 year single man. He comes from Magelang, Central Java. He has just graduated from Law Department of a state university in Semarang. Now he works in a great insurance company in Jakarta. One of his hobbies is traveling. He also likes watching football matches with a friend in a stadium in his free time. His great dream is visiting Mecca in Saudi Arabia to do the pilgrimage. He hopes that next year his dream will come true.
Pratama loves pets. He has three cute cats at home. He loves them very much. He always keeps the cats well by giving them the best food.
Other things that Pratama likes to do are getting up early in the morning and going to bed early at night. Activity 31 Answer the questions based on the pastage above. Has Pratama got married? Where did he graduate from? Did he study law in Semarang or in Magelang?
Where does he work now? Does he have one hobby or more than one hobby? When does he usually watch football matches? What does he really want to do next year? What pets does he have at home, dogs or cats? How does he keep his pets?
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