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UNIT 1

TALKING ABOUT DAILY ACTIVITIES, HOBBIES AND INTEREST

Every person has a lot of activities that he/she has to do everyday. They can be in the form of daily activities,
hobbies and interest. For example, Ema always clean the house, goes to work, cook in the kitchen and so does her
sister. How about you?

A. Lets Start
Task 1. Answer these questions based on your opinion?
1. What is your hobby?
2. Do you have a hobby?
3. What do you usually do everyday?
4. Do you like watching TV?

B. Lets Listen and speak.


Task 2. Listen to your teacher reading short dialogues, while you fill in each of the blanks with appropriate verbs
1 A : What do you usually do on your time ?
B : I usually go_________ .
2 A : Whats your favorite sport ?
B : I like __________in the afternoon .)
3 A : Whats your hobby ?
B : My hobbies are _______________
4. A : Do you like_________?
B : yes, I go to the ________every Sunday
5. A : What sport Do you like best
B : I like __________. It is exciting.

Task 3. Listen to your teacher dictating this letter, while you fill in each of the blank based on the letter you
hear.
I am Indonesian and I am sixteen years old.
My hobbies are 1 _______________Beatles CDs
I very interested 2_______________: especially 3_____________
I 4 ____________boys in England and South America. 5 _____________.

Your faithfully ,

Task 4. Study the model of dialogue, and do the same way based on the following. Work in pairs, act them in
front of the class.
Dialogue 1:
A : How was your weekend / holiday ?
B : Fine / ok / pretty good
A : Did you do anything special ?
B : Well , I went to a football game
A : Oh , which game did you go to ?
B : Parsepar againts parsesam
A : Did you enjoy / like it ?
B : Yes . I enjoyed it a lot / very much . I hadnt gone to a football game in a long time.
1. See science movie
What did you see
Monster from Mars
2. Go to a party
Where was it
At Marys apartment
3. Get together with my old friends from college
What did you do?
We went out for dinner and talked about old times
4. Take my family to the beach
Which beach did you go to?
Kuta beach

C. Lets Read and Write.

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Task 5. Read the text carefully
From Monday to Friday most people are busy working or studying, but in the evening and on weekends
they are free to relax and enjoy themselves. Some watch TV play computer games other participate in sports. It
depends on individual interest. There are many different ways to spend our spare times.
Almost everyone has some kind of hobby it means. It may be anything from collecting stamps to making
model airplanes. Some hobbies are very expensive, but other doesnt cost anything at all. Some collections are
worth a lot of money others are valuable only to their owners.
I know a man who has a coin collection worth several thousands doll A short time ago he bought a rare
fifty cent piece worth $ 250! He was very happy about his purchase and thought the price was reasonable. On the
other hand, my youngest brother collects match boxes. He has almost 600 of them but I doubt if they are worth any
money. However to my brother they are extremely valuable. Nothing makes him happier than to find a new
matchbox for his collection.
Thats what a hobby means; I guess it is something we like to do in our spare time simply for the fun of it.
The value in dollars is not important, but the pleasure it gives us is more important.
Questions
1. What is a hobby?
2. When are most people free to relax and enjoy themselves?
3. What kind of hobby does every gone usually have?
4. What is the cost of every hobby?
5. Who collect match boxes?

Task 6. Decide whether the statement is TRUE (T) or FALSE (F)


STATEMENTS T/F EVIDENCE
1. A hobby is something we like to do in our spare time.
2. All hobbies are expensive. They always spend a lot of money.
3. A hobby gives us the pleasure we do it for our leisure time.
4. His hobby is collecting model airplanes . It is a very cheap
hobby.
5. Some hobbies are very expensive but others dont cost anything
at all.

Gerund
Gerund is verb ing form that have function as a noun or an adjective Gerund can be used as a subject , object ,
complement or adverb of others noun . Gerund has exactly the same form as the present participle.

Gerund as a subject Sebagai penjelas nuon / modifier


1. Jogging is simple sport. 1. The waiting room is very large .
2. Cooking is a good hobby. 2. The reading books are on the table.
3. Swimming makes us healthy. To state larangan
Gerund as an object 1. No smoking.
2. No parking.
1. I dont like smoking.
2. He enjoys riding a bicycle. Gerund after preposition
3. Do you mind joining as to the beach? 1. Are you interested in collecting stamps?
Gerund as complement 2. He gave up drinking water.
The position of Gerund as complement always after 3. She wants to sleep after reading a novel.
to be
1. Her job is sorting the mail.
2. My hobby is drawing

Task 7 Rewrite these sentences using AFTER / BEFORE. Study the examples
E.g. : Tthe director phoned his friend and them he went out
After phoning his friend, the director went out.
The director went home but first he telephoned his secretary.
Before going home, the director telephoned his secretary.
1. I go to the post office but first I have to take a bath.
2. My brother brushed his teeth and then. He went to bed.
3. The secretary left the office but first she turned the light off.
4. The secretary typed a business letter and then she went home.
5. Our boss bought a photo copying machine but first he fried on it.

Task 8 Rewrite these sentences using without + Gerund. Study the example.
E.g. : She ran five miles. She didnt stop She ran five miles without stopping.

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- My boss left his room. Nobody saw him My boss left his room without anybody seeing him.
1. They entered the office. Nobody greeted them.
2. She cleaned the room. Nobody asked her to do.
3. The client went away. She didnt say anything.
4. He translated the article. He didnt use a dictionary.
5. The man destroyed the building. Nobody agreed with him.
Task 9 Rewrite these sentences using the phrases in brackets. Study the example
E.g. - You cry the failure (it is no use)
It is no use youre crying for the failure
- See that film. it is good (it is no worth)
It is no worth seeing that film. It is good
1. You pretend not to see me (it is no use)
2. I think about my homework (it cant help)
3. The secretary types letter (she is very busy)
4. We hope for help from our boss (it is no good)
5. Wait for fifteen or twenty minutes more! (would you mind)

Task 10 Rewrite these sentences using the Gerund as a subject or complements see the example.
E.g. . * Please try again. It is my advice to you. My advice to you is trying again.
* Its difficult to learn a foreign language. Learning a foreign language is difficult.
1. She sleeps during the day. It is her habit.
2. We wait at the office. It is our suggestion.
3. It is not easy to forget a terrible experience.
4. It annoys the boss to hear the workers argue.
5. It requires time and effort to learn a computer .

Task 11. Make a short paragraph about your hobby / your daily activities.

UNIT 2
Guest Handling

When you have to welcome and serve guests, what do you do? What if they cannot meet the person they want to
meet and want to leave a message? Do you know how to do them very well? Learn them in this unit.
A. Lets start
Task 1 answer the questions based on your experience
1. Have you ever received a guest at your house?
2. Do you ask him / her to have a seat?
3. Do you offer something to drink?

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4. What do you say when you offer a cup of tea or coffee?

B. Lets listen and speak


Task 2 Listen to your teacher pronouncing the words below and repeat after him / has with a good
pronunciation . Then find their meaning in your dictionary.

Words Meanings
Appointment (pointment) (kb)
Contact (kontkt) (kkt)
Great (greit) (ks)
Greet (greit) (kkt)
Guess (ges) (kkt)
Guest (gest) (kb)
Offer (of) (kkt)
Over (uv) (kk)
Provide (pr vaid) (kkt)
Serve (se = v )(kkt)

Task 3 Listen the report, and answer the following question. Number one is done as an example.
1. Does Mr. Siregar want to meet Fitri?
(No, he doesnt . He wants to meet Mr. Assegaf?
2. Does he have an appointment with Mr. Assegaf?
3. Does Fitri let Mr. Siregar keep standing?
4. Does she offer something to drink to Mr. Siregar?
5. Who is the guest?
6. Whom does the guest want to meet?
7. What time is the appointment?
8. Is Mr. Assegaf in his room?
9. What does Fitri say to greet the guest?
10. What does she say to ask the guest to sit?
Task 4 Study the following expressions
There are some particular expressions usually used in handling guest .here are some of them.
1. How to leave and take message through direct interactions.
Could I leave a message?
Would you like to leave a message?
Could you take my message for Mr/Mrs ?
Could I take your message for Mr/Mrs ?
2. How to use modal auxiliaries / would and will for request.
What would you like to eat? Id like a hamburger
Ill have s fried chicken and rice
What would you like to drink? Id like to large fresh coke
Ill have a coffee
Would you like anything else? Yes, please. Id like some water

3. How to state preferences 443 = pilihan prefarans kb =.


Offering (Asking for) a choice politely Stating preferences
a. Prefer a. Prefer .. to
Which do you prefer, the polyester or the silk? I prefer the silk to the polyester
Which do you prefer, singing or dancing ? I prefer singing to dancing
b. Like . b. Like better than ..
Which do you like, red or green apples? I like red apples better than green apples
Which do you like, jogging or cycling? I like cycling better than jogging
c. Would rather .. 1. Would rather than
Would you rather have a fresh cake / kowk = 123
koka Id rather have an orange juice than (have) a fresh
kola / or an orange juice coke
Would you rather live in a big city or visit it Id rather visit big city than live there
4. How to welcome or serve guests
H In an office H In a restaurant
Greeting (good morning / afternoon / evening) Welcome to our restaurant

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What can I do for you, sir / Mam / Mr / Mrs / May I take your order please
Miss ? Are you ready to order sir / Ma am?
Could I take your name, please ? Can I take your coat sir / Ma am?
Just a moment, please. I ll see if Mr / Mrs . Is Hope you enjoy the food
free / available ? H In a hotel
Have a seat , please Welcome to our hotel
Would you like something to drink? Hope you enjoy your stay
I m sorry sir / Ma am , Mr / Mrs .. is not in . Have a nice rest , sir Ma am
Would you like to leave a message? Would you like some help with your luggage?
H In a shop / a department store counter Here is your key
Can I help you? Please , check your bill
May I help you?
Which one fixes you?
Which one do you like?
5. How to take a message through direct interaction.
Guest Seretary / front officer Responses
Could I have a message Would you like to leave a message ? Yes sir / Maam
With pleasure , sir / Maam
All right , sir / Maam
Ill give him / her your message

Task 4 In pairs , study the dialogue and answer the question. Then act it out
IN AN OFFICE
Mr. Fahrur Regan wants to meet Mr. Aji Pratama but he has no Appointment .However , at first , he
proposes his aim to the secretary.

Secretary = Good morning , sir. May I help you ?


Mr. Regan = Good morning , Id like to meet Mr. Pratama .
Secretary = Have you have an appointment before ?
Mr. Regan = No , I havent . Ive just arrived back from swedan this morning could you check if he is free ?
Secretary = Yes , sir . Please have a seat first , sir.
(Then, the secretary calls Mr. Pratama)
Secretary = Excuse me , sir . Mr. Regan is in my room now . He is expecting (ekspekt 224 berharap ) to meet
you.
Mr. Pratama = Please tell him , Ill be free at 12:30 . Im having a meeting with the headboard right now.
Secretary = All right , sir .
(Then , secretary speaks to Mr. Regan)
Secretary = Im sorry , sir . Mr. Pratama is having a meeting with the headboard right now . He told me that
he would be free at about 12:30 . Would you like to leave a message , sir ?
Mr. Regan = Uhm Please tell him Ill be back and meet him today at 12:30.
Secretary = All right, sir ,Ill give him your message
Mr. Regan = Thank you
Secretary = youre welcome

Vocabulary = headboard (kb) = Pimpinan dewan redaksi


Aim (kb) = tujuan , maksud

Now, answer these questions. Number one has been done for you as example.
1. Who is the guest? (He is Mr. Fahrur Regan)
2. Whom does the guest want to meet ?
3. Does he have an appointment?
4. Does Mr. Pratama meet the guest immediately? Why?
5. What does Mr. Pratama want his secretary to tell the guest?
6. What does the secretary say to take the guests message?

Task 5. In pairs rearrange these jumbled expressions into a good conversation Then, act out with your partner.
IN A RESTAURANT
1. Waiter = Would you like anything to drink?
2. Customer = Yes. Id like a hamburger and a large order of chips , Please
3. Waiter = Yes, sir . and would you like anything else ?
4. Customer = Yes Ill have a mixed fruit salad
5. Waiter = All right , What would you like to dessert ?
6. Customer b = Yes , Id like a large fresh coke , Please .
7. Waiter = May , I take your order , Please ?
8. Customer = No , thank you . Thats all

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C. Lets Read and Write
Task 6 Read this text carefully
Guest Handling
When the guest stay and eat at hotel, they actually buy some services and foods. They spend their money to
pay for them. That is why they will always need helps and good services from the hotel staff.
If they do not feel satisfied with certain matters, they will make complaints. If the hotel staff is unable to
handle their complaint satisfactorily. They will never come again to the hotel. And of course sooner or later the hotel
will lose its customers.
It is, therefore, very important for the hotel staff to handle them professionally when this situation happens.
But do you know how to handle and serve guests or customers as well as possible? Remember! Its key is
Hospitality and good services towards them.
It seems very easy to say, but it is really difficult to do. You must be friendly, polite and helpful to your
guests or customers. This is easy when they are also polite and easy to deal with. But, what happens when the
opposite is true? What happens when a guest is rude and abusive? It is an art to be nice to such people.
You can learn this art. Training can help you to deal with rude and abusive guest. You must listen to the
guest and sympathize with his or her problems. If you can handle difficult guests, it will give you a lot of
satisfaction. Again, if you are able to handle them properly. A complaint will become a compliment.

Answer these questions


1. What do guests or customers buy during their stay at they hotel?
2. What may happen if the hotel staff cannot handle them properly?
3. What is the key to make them comfortable and satisfied with hotel?
4. What will you get it you are able to handle the difficult guest well?
5. What does the word them in the first and last paragraph refer to?

Task 7 Read this letter carefully and answer the questions that follow
STARS ROAD INTERNATIONAL, Ltd.
3284A , Sky Light Avenue
Melbourne
Front Office Manager
Siguntang Hotel
17 , must street , Palembang

Dear sir / Madam


I would like to book a single executive room for three nights from August 17 th . Would you mind reserving
a comfort suite room and providing a private set of facilities, please?
I expect to arrive on Friday 17th around 7 am and check in at your hotel immediately.
Please send me the bill of payment I have to pay as soon as possible. I would like to pay it in cash, then.
Thank you for serving.

Yours faithfully

Allan McGonagall

Now, answer these questions.


1. Who sends the letter?
2. Whom is the letter written to?
3. What does the sender request?
4. How long the sender is going to stay?
5. What time will he check in?

Task 8 Arrange these sentences to make a dialogue.


A. C.
Yes, Id like a room for tonight. Hello, I am calling from room 40.
May I help you? Id like to order dinner.
Do you have a reservation? Hello, room service.
No, I dont. Id like roast beef.
B. Ok , what would you like to order .

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Yes, we have reservation for a double room for D.
tonight . May I help you?
Yes, it is . Room 12.
Just a minute. Is that Graham Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Very well, sir. What room number is that?
Yes, wed like to check out of our room now. And
can you have some one get our bags from our
room .

Task 9 Study the explanation below.Using infinitives with too and enough
EXAMPLES: .
a.The book is too heavy for Bob to lift
(In the speakers mind the use of too implies a negative result. Too heavy = it is impossible for Bob to lift
that box)
b. Im strong enough to lift that box . I can lift it (Enough follows an adjective)
c. I have enough strength to lift that box (Enough may precede a noun)
d. I have strength enough to lift that box. (Enough follow a noun)
e. The coffee is still too hot for me to drink.
f. Well, this room is good enough to see the hill sight.
g. John is too tired to study (Too means excessive .Too tired to study means that to study is something
that wont / didnt / doesnt / shouldnt . happen)
h. John is old enough to vote (Enough means sufficient .it follow the adjective or adverb that it modifies)

NOTE: Enough can either precede or follow nouns.


We have enough time.
We have time enough.

Task 11. Read to the situation described. Make a statement with too.
SITUATION STATEMENT
John is short. John is too short to reach the ceiling.
He can reach the ceiling.
Mary is very tired. Mary is too tired to watch TV.
She can watch television.
The ceiling is high . We cant reach it. The ceiling too high for us to reach.

1. Peter is very lazy. He doesnt work.


2. The boy is young. He cant drive.
3. Anne is sick. She cant go to class.
4. The bananas are soft. We wont eat them.
5. The shoes are small. I cant wear them.

Task 12. Practice the use of too and enough. See the examples.
The chalk is very short. The calk is too short to use.
We cant use it.
The chalk is very short. The chalk is short enough to throw away.
We can throw it way.

1. Mary is very sick. She cant come to class.


2. John is well. He can come to class.
3. The exercise is very easy. We can do it.
4. It is very cold. You cant go swimming.
5. It is very cold. We can go skating.
6. The bananas are very soft. We cant eat them.
7. The windows are clear. We can look through them.
8. It is very warm. We cant go skiing.
9. The lake is deep. We can swim in it.
10. Diamonds are valuable. You shouldnt throw them away.

Task 13. In this task , each sentence has four words or phrases underlined. The four underlined parts of the
sentences are marked (A) ,(B) ,(C) , and (D). You are to identify the one underlined words or phrases that should
corrected or rewrite . Cross , and correct your answer.
Example = Good morning . Could I am help you , sir ?
A B C D

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am help should help

1. I will like to book a return ticket for the next trip.


A B C D
2. She will stay here for 2 night.
A B C D
3. Can we booking two seats for the live show tonight?
A B C D
4. Could I guest some tour programs to Bali?
A B C D
5. Did you have a reservation?
A B C D

UNIT 3
Could I Take Your Message, Please
Making and receiving call.
Taking message in a phone call.

Do you have any idea about handling a phone call in the right way? Having knowledge of making and receiving a
phone call a well as handling telephone message will surely be beneficial for you. Learn how to do those very well
in this unit.

A. Lets start
Task 1 in small groups answer the following questions.
1. Have you ever made phone call?
2. What do you say first?
3. Have you ever received a call?
4. What do you ask the caller?

B. Lets Listen and speak.


Task 2 you will hear the following words in Task 3. Listen to your teacher and repeat after him her with a good
pronunciation. Then find the meaning in your dictionary.
WORDS MEANINGS
Call (k : ll) kkt
Cold (kauld) ks
Engaged (ingeld3d) ks
Later (leit2) ks
Message (mesid3) kb

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Task 3. Complete the missing words in the transcript below based on the information you hear.
Dona is a 1 ___________ in our company. One day telephone rano and she answered it. May I
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_________ to Mr. Aji Danuarta Please ? a caller said . Who is 3________Please? Dona as Mr.Allan Bagio ,
the caller said.
Dona put her hand over the mouthpiece and spoke to Mr. Danuarta its Mr. Allan Bagio, sir. She said.
He wants to speaks to you. What .. Again! Mr. Danuarta exclaimed. He wants to 4 __________.
Those 5 __________ , doesnt he ? Yes, sir Dona savt , He 6___________ yesterday and he rang up 7
__________ last week , added Dona . We dont 8 ___________new typewriters. I told him that yesterday Mr.
Danuarta said.
What shall I 9 , sir? Dona asked.
Say that 10 , Mr. Danuarta said.
Dona spoke into the receiver. Mr. Bagio,she said, Im afraid cant speak to Mr. Danuarta now. Mr. Danuarta says
that hes busy and doesnt want to be bothered.

Vocabulary
Mouthpiece (moudpi=s) (kb) = bagian telepon yang diletakkan didekat mula .
Receiver (ri=si=v2) (kb) = bagian telepon yang diletakkan didekat telinga.
Typewriter (taiprait2) (kb) = mesin ketik.

Task 4 Study the expression below.


Do you still remember =
How the secretary greet the caller?
What the caller says to inform his/her purpose?
What the secretary says to inform that the one the caller want to speak to is not in?

Here are words and expressions usually in formal telephoning.


To make a call
Greetings (Good morning / afternoon / evening)
May I . Speak to , Please ?
Im .. (your name) from . (your companys name)
Im calling about .. your purpose)
Could you put me through to Mr./Mrs .?
Could I leave a message ?
Could you take my message for Mr/Mrs..?
To receive a call
Greetings (Good morning / afternoon / evening) + name of your company.
Can I help you / may I help you.
Whos calling , Please / whos speaking, Please ?
May , I have your name Please / could I have your number.
Im sorry the line is engaged / Sorry , sir Maam .The line is .
Ill put you through to Mr/Mrs
Do you want to hold on or call again later ?
Can I take your message ?
Could you speak up , please ? its a terrible connection.

Task 5 In pairs, read the dialogue


Girl = 769-549
Anto = can I speak to Gita, Please?
Girl = Hold on a minute. Im afraid Gita is out. Can I take a message?
Anto = Yes Please. Tell her Anto phoned .Can you asked her to ring me? My number is 765-7265
Girl = Ok. I will give Gita your message.
Anto = Thank you.

Task 6. Rearrange the sentences below to make a good conversation. Then act out with your partner.
A B
1. Whos calling please ? a. Yes, please.
2. Hold on , please . Ill see if hes in his room. b. Fajar Harun of Husantara company.
3. Im sorry , sir . Mr. Febryan is in a metting with c. Well , its alraight . could you tell him that I want
the Vice director. Im afraid , I can put you him to contact me as soon as possible.
through.

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4. Right , sir . Ill give your message to him. d. Good morning . Could you put me through to Mr.
Ari Febryan.
5. Good morning. Cendana Company. Can I help you. e. Thank you for helping . Goodbye.
6. With pleasure. sir. May I have your number, please f. Sure. + 62 031 345 678 - . Dor forget to tell
? him.

PRONUNCIATION NOTE
Phone and fax numbers
English speakers normally group the number in three not in two as is common everywhere.
Eg. 941 306 spelt = Nine one four , three oh six not one , four oh six.
6669 44496- spelt = Double six six nine, double four nine six not triple six nine
four four nine six.
In spelling names . commonly English speaker use to unternational telephone aviation alphabets.
Eg. You spell Apryan = Alfa Papa Romeo Yankee Alfa November.
International Telephone and Aviation Alphabets

A Alfa K Kilo U Uniform


B Bravo L lima V Victor
C Charlie M Mike W Whiskey
D Delta N November X X-Ray
E Echo O Oscar Y Yankee
F Foxtrot P Papa Z Zulu
G Golf Q Quebeck

H Hotel R Romeo

I India S Sierra

J Juliet T Tango

Lets Read and Write


Task 7 Listen to your teacher pronouncing the words below and repeat after him/her. , Then , find the meanings
of words in your dictionary.
WORDS MEANINGS
Conduct (kan2dakt) kkt
Contact (kont2ekt) kkt
Errand (er2nd) kb
Interrupt (kkt)
Leisure (le32) kb
Prod (kb)
Preferred (kkt)
Respond (ri spond) kkt
Respense (rispons) kb

Task 8. Read the article and answer the questions


How to keep phone calls short
Telephoning is one of the methods by which people are most likely to speak. Unfortunately, we do not
always have much time to spend on the phone. However, what can we do to face a long winded talker a
person who makes us impossible to say goodbye?
Here is some advice we may try to overcome such a problem. First, we should never ask questions like
whats new? They give the impression that we have time to that. After Hello We ought to get right to the
significant part of the call. We should over brief responses without prodding for further information.
Then, we should time our call intelligently .It is important to set a time limit. Start with , Hi , Ive only got
a few minutes , but I wanted to talk to you about .. or sorry, Id love to talk more , but I only have a couple of
minutes before I have to run errands.
Further , as soon as we finish conducting business , interrupt when the caller pauses or in mid sentence
if necessary and indicate we have another call coming in which we need to take . Then offer a pleasantry saying,
Thanks for sharing the information with me , I appreciate your letting me know , . It has been great talking
with you.
Otherwise , we might offer another means of communication for a future contact , such as If theres
something else you need , Please call my secretary / fax me a note / send an email. The caller will feel he is well.

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Informed about our preferred communication method. Leaving us to respond at our leisure. Finally, end the
conversation. However, It is going to be a wise alternative to use an answering machine or a voicemail box to
screen the calls rather than avoid phone completely.
Answer the following question . One has been done as an example.
1. Based on the article, what is the first thing we do keep the conversation short on the phone ? First , we should
never ask question like whats new?
2. Why should we never ask questions like whats new?
3. What is the better thing to do after saying Hello?
4. Mention some expressions in the article that indicate a time limit?
5. When may we interrupt the callers talk?
6. What might we say to offer the future contact to the caller?

Task 9 Study this explanation


How to keep conversation short on the phone.
First, we should never ask questions like whats new ?
After saying hello , get right to the significant part of the call .
Set a time limit.
Interrupt when the caller pauses and indicate that you have another call coming.
Offer another means of communication for future contact.
End the conversation.
Task 10 Match the words and expressions in column A with their similar meaning in column B.
A B
1. The line is busy. a. Ill connect you.
2. Would you hold , Please. b. The line is engaged.
3. Ill put you through. c. One moment , Please.
4. A code. d. An office number.
5. An extension number. e. Could I have your name , Please?
6. Whos calling, please? f. Im ready.
7. Hold on , Please. g. A country or area number.
8. This is Anna burns. h. Is that all , sir ?
9. Go ahead. i. Could you wait , Please ?
10. Anything else , sir. j. Anna Burns speaking.

Task 11 Study the explanation below about pronoun.


POSSESIVE ADJ POSSESIVE REFLEXIVE PRONOUN
No SUBJECT OBJECT
(Follow by Noun) PRONOUN (Berkanaan dg diri sdri)
1 I Me My Mine Myself
2 We Us Our Our Ourselves
3 You Your Your Your Yourself
4 You You Your Your Yourselves
5 She Her Her Hers Herself
6 He Him His His Himself
7 It It It Its Itself
8 They Them Their Theirs Themselves

Task 12 Study the explanation below.


A clause is group of words containing a subject and a verb.
An independent clause is a complete sentences. It contains the main subject and verb of a sentences (it also called a
main clause).
A dependent clause is not a complete sentence. It must be connected to an independent clause.
A Adjective clause is a part of a sentence telling us what land of person or thing the speaker means. It is a dependent
clause that modifies a noun. It describes, indentifies, or gives further information about a noun (An Adjective clause
is also called a relative clause) . Adjective clause are generally introduced or preceded by a relative pronoun such as
=
Who (for people as subjects).
Whom (for people as objects).
Which (for things as subjects or objects).

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Whose (to indicate possession) , and
That (for people or things as subjects or objects).
Here are examples :
a.
He / she is a webmaster.
He / she not only creates, but also maintains a website.
A webmaster is a person who not only creates but also maintains a website.
b.
I thanked the women.
She helped me.
I thanked the women who / that helped me.
c.
They will improve their competency and learn to interact with people.
They meet people in the working environment.
They will improve their competency and learn to interact with people whom they meet in the working
environment.
d.
He / she is a web content editor.
His / her job is to provide information about the site.
A web content editor is the one whose job is to provide information about the site.
e.
The student writes well.
I read her composition.
The student whose composition I read writes well.
f.
The movie wasnt very good.
We saw it last night.
The movie which / that we saw last night wasnt very good.

Note = if the preposition comes at the beginning of the adjective clause only whom or which may be used . A
preposition is never immediately followed by that or who.

Task 13. Combine these sentences using the relative pronouns see the examples.
1. The man is our sales manager. He likes to wear a blue shirt.
2. Fitri is the new secretary here. She has a high typing speed.
3. Mr. Andi is our colleague. He has an advertising company.
4. The student are apprentices here. We talked to them yesterday.
5. Nanda is the candidate of our new accountant . We will see her tomorrow.
6. Putu is a mechanic . His job is to repair the car engines.
7. The man called the police . His wallet was stolen.
8. The new company recruits some applicants. It produces and trades machines.
9. The book was good . I was read it.
10. Dela gets a new job . The job is relevant to her educational background.

Task 14. Study the explanation below about Reported speech.


Direct speech : refers to reproducing another persons exact words. We use quotation marks. ( )
Indirect speech: refers to reproducing the idea of another persons words . Not all of the exact words are used: verb
forms and pronoun may change. We do not use quotation marks . In an indirect statement. We add
the conjunction that (eg . he said that ).
The examples of past introductory verb: said, told, asked, replied, answered, etc. If the introductory verb is
in the past form, then the tense form for indirect speech is change. In an imperative we use to infinitive (he told
me to clean the window).
1. If the main verb of the sentence in the past (e.g.said) the verb in the noun clause is usually also in a past form.
Notice the verb form change in.
Direct Speech Indirect Speech
Simple Present : Subject + verb 1 Simple past : subject + verb 2
vita said , I am study hard. Vita said that she student hard.
Present continuoos : S + am , is , are + ving Past continous : S + was , were , +ving
vito said , Im playing football. Vito said that he was playing football.
Present perfect : S + has, have + V3 Past prefect : S + had + V3
Nadia said, I have written a letter for my niece. Nadia said that she had written a letter for her niece.
Simple past : S + V2 Past perfect : S + had + V3
Rosa said, I listened to the music. Rosa said that she had listened to the music.

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Present future : S + will + V1 Past future : S + would + V1
S + be going to +V1 : S + be (past) going to +V1
Rio said, I will buy a mobile phone. Rio said that he would buy a mobile phone.
Rio said, I am going to type my assignment. Rio said that he was going to type his assignment.
Modals : can , may , must + infinitive Could , might , had to + infinitive
Putri said, I can swim very well. Putri said that she could swim very well.
Ajeng said, I may go to the bookstore. Ajeng said that she might go to the bookstore.

2. If the main verb of the sentence is in the present (eg says) , no change is in the verb tense or modal in the noun
clause.
Direct Indirect
a. Aldo says, I eat friend chiken. Aldo says that he eats fried chicken.
b. Riza says, I am reading a novel. Riza says that he is reading a novel.
c. Mrs. Harry says I cooked chicken soup. Mrs. Harry says that she cooked chicken.
d. Mr. Indra says , will get the news on tsunami. Mr. Indra says that he will get the news on.

3. When you change a direct speech into the indirect form , you also change the adverb of time.
Direct Indirect
Now Then
Today That day
Tomorrow The next day, the day after, the following day.
Next The.after, the following.
.. ago Before.
Yesterday The day before.
The day before yesterday Two day before.
Here There.
This That.
These Those.
Last The..before, the previous.
Essential patterns of direct and indirect speech.
Indirect speech with the introductory
Direct speech
Verb in the past tense
Imperative (positive)
Go away He told me to go away
Bring me a book She asked her to bring him a book
Imperative (negative)
Dont do that He asked me (her, us, ect) not to do it
Dont clean it yourself He told me not clan it myself
Statement
Im very sorry He said that he was very sorry
I lost my temper yesterday He told me that he had lost temper the day before.
Wh questions
Where are you going ? He asked her where she was going
How did you do this ? I wanted to know how you had done that
Yes / no questions
Are you enjoying yourself He asked me if/whether I was enjoying my self
Can you hear me ? She wanted to know if/whether I could hear her
Exclamations
What a lovely She remarked what a lovely house it was
Hello I where are you going ? She greeted me and asked me where I was going
Oh dear ! Ive torn my skirt. She exclaimed sadly that she had torn her skirt

Task 15 Change the sentences into reporteed speech (direct and indirect speech) with the appropriate adverb of
time.

1. Ronald said, I want to go to Bali next year.


2. Putri said, I got a new job today.
3. Gita said, I am surfing in the internet now.
4. Randy says, I am very hungry.
5. Mrs. Harry said, I will watch Tv tonight.
6. the teacher told me to shut the door
7. Brian said that his father would go to Jakarta thefollowing
week.
8. Ari said to me not to go out then.
9. Mr. Pras asked the students to close their textbooks
10. dani says to Mira thet he will borrow books from the library

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UNIT 4

I HAVE TO SEND THIS MESSAGE


A. Lets start
Task 1 Answer these questions based on your experience
1. Can you call me at 5.00 this afternoon?
2. Will you tell him my message, please?
3. Have you ever write a short message?

B. Lets listen and speak


Task 2 Listen to your teacher read the dialogue while youre listening choose the right statement by crossing out
your answer.
1. We have to talk on the telephone
a. impolitely c. roughly
b. well d politely
2. When we are talking on telephone we have __________ as long as our voice in daily conversation.
a. to keep our voice c. to laugh
b. to shout d. to decrease
3. We can catch your feeling while talking on the telephone from your . . .
a. smile c. eyes
b. voice d. words
4. While talking on telephone our listener can guess and learn . . . of our face
a. the feeling c. the expression
b. the voice d. the smile
5. We can make_________ on our dialogue on telephone through our voice
a. bad mood c. good mood
b. good impression d. smile

Task 3 Read the following dialogue and practice it with your partner.
Situation : Rita, an operator is receiving a call from Mr. Ryan. He wants to talk with Ritas boss, but he is
Having a meeting.
Rita : good morning, this is 714474, PT Kusuma, Rita speaking. What can I do for you ?
Ryan : morning, PT Kusuma. Its Ryan calling. Let me speak to Mr. Ardo, your sales manager.

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Rita : would you please wait a moment, Mr. Ryan, Ill see if he is in his office. I am sorry Mr. Ryan, He is
having a meeting with his staff now. Can I help you?
Ryan : really, I want to talk with him about our workshop tomorrow.
Rita : should I contact you to her secretary, sir? May be she can help you?
Ryan : of course, you can.
Rita : good morning, Anna, this is Mr. Ryan who wants to talk with Mr. Ardo. Would you have a talk please?
Anna : yes, Rita thanks. Good morning Mr. Ryan, can I help you? Mr. Ardo is having a meeting now. Would
you like to leave a message?
Ryan : yes, thanks.
Anna : whats the message, sir?
Ryan : the work shop tomorrow is opened at 9.00 but Mr. Ardo is expected to arrive at 8.00 to check the
preparation needed. I am Ryan, please contact me immediately.
Anna : yes, sir. Ill distribute this message as soon as possible.
Ryan : thanks, Miss. Anna. Bye!

Task 4 states true, false, or not clear to the following statement


No Statements T/F/NC
1 Rita is the operator in PT. Kusuma
2 PT. Kusumas phone number is 72444
3 Mr. Ardo rings the bell and wants to wants to speak with Mr. Ryan.
4 Mr. Ryan is the manager of PT. Kusuma
5 Anna is having a meeting with the Director.

C. Lets read and write.


Task 5 Read and understand the text below. Then, answer the questions that follow
Message.
There is a message from Linda, the secretary of PT Manunggal Jogjakarta, telephone number 497651 to Mr. Bahtiar
the manager of Pratama company, Jakarta.
In that message Linda said Mr. Hilmans visit will be postponed until the next day, the 2nd
February 2002. The message was taken by Nita, the secretary of Pratama Company on January 30, 2002 at 9.00.

The message from


To: Mr. Bahtiar.
From / caller: Linda, PT Manunggal Jogjakarta, phone: 497651.
Message: Mr. Hilmans visit will be postponed until the next day, 2nd February, 2002.
Taken by: Nita, secretary of Pratama company Jakarta.
Date: January, 2002. time : 9.00

Task 6 state true, false or not clear to the following statements


Statements T/ F/NC
1. Linda, the secretary of PT Manunggal sends a message to Mr. Bahtiar
2. The phone number of PT Manunggal is unknown
3. The address of PT Manunggal is very clear
4. Mr. Hilmans visit will be canceled
5. Mr. Hilman will visit Mr. Bahtiar on 2nd February 2002
6. Nita took the message three days before.
7. Linda and Nita work at the same office
8. The manager of Pratama Company lives in Jakarta
9. Mr. Bahtiar is the manager of Pratama Company Jakarta
10. Both Mr. Hillman and Mr. Bahtiar are good friends

Task 7 Fill in the following message form based on the following information
Miss. Opie the sales manager of gandes luwes boutique, solo, phone number 520206 sent a message to Mr. Rizal,
the manager of panorama clothing and accessories pasar Baru, Jakarta of 15 desember,2001 at.10.30. in that
message she said that she would send 15 pieces of the newest product was received by angie, the secretary
of Mr. Rizal, panaroma clothing and accessories, pasar baru, Jakarta.

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To :
From/caller :
Message :
Taken by :
date :

Task 8. Study the text message below. Write down them out in full forms. Number 1 has been done for
you.
TEXT- MESSAGING GLOSSARY
2 TO KNW Know SND Send
2day today L8 late STN Station
2morrow tomorrow L8R later THNK Thanks
2nite tonight LU Love you TM Time
4 for MSG Message TOA Time of Arrival
ASAP ass soon as MTG meeting
Possible MU miss you TOD time of departure
B4 before NXT Next
BFN by for now OK okay TQ thank you
BTW by the way PCM Please call me TQVM thank you very much
CU see you
CM Come PIX pictures WT4 wait for
CN can PLS please WNT2 want to
CNT cant R are XLNT excellent

1. L8 4 MTG. CU@10
I am late for the meting. I will see you at 10.
2. CU@STN KINGS 76, @7. HOPE U R OK. LU & MU
3 .PLS SND PIX OF UR HTL RM B4 2MORROW. THNX
4. CN U TELL ME TM OF NXT MTG ASAP ? TQ
5. IF U CBT CM 2 THE HTL, LET ME KNW ASAP. TQVM
6. UR REPORTS R XLNT. CU. L8R

Task 9 Study the explanation below about punctuation


Notice of the usage of capital letters
1. Capitalize names of people, places, courses, organizations, languages, and words formed from them.
e.g.: Thomas Alfa Edison - The Foreign Secretary
- Mr. and Mrs. Subagja - Indonesian
- New York - English
- Biology 212 (The name of a course)
- Kuningan Street
2. Capitalize a person title before his/her name
e.g.: - Major Jono - Professor Koentsoroningrat
- Dr. Williams
3. Capitalize names of areas or countries
e.g.: - Indonesian - America
4. Capitalize names of days months and holidays
e.g.: - Friday - Idul Fitri
- September - Christmas
- New years day - Independence Day
5. Capitalize the first word of every sentence
e.g.: - He said he loved her
- Do you speak English?

Task 10 indicate where you. Need capital letters in the following sentences. Then compare your answer with your
friends.
1. is professor blunt working for the queen of england ?
2. is late geneva near mount blank ?
3. on Sunday were going to the museum of natural history
4. is Dr Indra chinese or japanese ?
5. the suggestion was made by president sukarno on behalf of his family

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UNIT 5

WHERE DID YOU GO ?

In this unit you are going to learn how to tell your past activities and experience.

A. Lets Start
Task 1. Answer the following question.

1. What did you do on your last vacation ?


2. Where did you go ?
3. how long did you stay there ?
4. Did you fell happy on your last vacation ?
5. Did you have unforgettable experience on your vacation ?

B. Lets Listen and Speak


Task 2. You will hear the following words in your listening test Listen to your teacher and repeat after him/her
with a good pronunciation. Then, get their meanings in your dictionary.

Words Meanings
Trip (kb)
Travel (kkt)
Journey (kb)
Challenge (kb)
Continent (kb)
Triumph (kb)
Triumphant (kb)
Task 3. Listen to the text, Then decide whether the following statements is TRUE ( T ) or FALSE ( F ).

Statements T F

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1. Nick Sanders joined a long journey in mobil, challenge
2. He travelled across forty one countries
3. He was the first participant who has ever travelled around the globe
overland on a motor vehicle
4. He rode a regular production model Triumph Daytona motorcycle
5. He brought a digital camera on his trip

Task 4. Listen to your teacher reading these question, while you find the right answer for each of them

1. I went there to get the ladder ( .. )


2. I went there to see the film ( .. )
3. She went there to post the letter (.. )
4. He went there to buy the medicine ( .. )
5. They went there to borrow the books ( .. )

Task 5. Study the explanation below

The past tense shows the past events and past activities

The affirmative of simple past tense use the verb II form

S + V2
In the simple past tense, regular verb end in ed

eg. Monitor Monitored Travel Travelled

Supply Supplied Include Included

A lot of common English verbs, and some modal verbs, have irregular past tense forms. Unlike regular verbs,
irregular verbs do not have past forms which can be predicted.

e.g Have Had Take Took Send Sent

e. Can Could Must Had to

We use did to make past tense questions and negatives

eg. How many countries did Nick visit ?

Nick didnt look tired

The past continuous tense, the subject is followed by the auxiliary.

Was/were and the verb is added with the ing form


S + was, were + V-ing when + clause ( past )

Remember : - I, she, he, it was walking down the steer when he heard a loud noise

: - You, they, we were walking down the street when he heard a loud noise

Past Perfect : S + had + Verb-3


Past Perfect Continuous tense :
S + had been + V-ing

Task 5. Choose the correct words to complete the question and answers

argue bake break cut get

lose meet play slice work


1. A : How did Tedi break his leg ?
B : He Broke it while he was playing soccer.

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2. A : How did Sandra her purse ?
B : She it while at the supermarket.

3. A : How did Tami a bloody nose ?


B : He it while with the boy across the street.

4. A : How did Sasya the president ?


B : She him while in Jakarta.

5. A : How did Robi his finger ?


B : He it while tomatoes.

6. A : How did you yourself ?


B:I my self while cookies for my daughter and his friends.

Task 6. Work in pairs. Study and act the dialogue out with your partner. The answer the question that
follow.

Husband : Have you meet Ana today ?


Wife : Yes, I have. She talked about her vacation in Lombok Island ?
Husband : What did she say about Lombok Island ?
Wife : She said she had enjoyed the time when she was there.
Husband : Did you ask how the weather was ?
Wife : It seem sit was cool in Lombok cottages in the morning, but nice and warm along the coast when
the sun was shining.
Husband : Did she say where she stayed ?
Wife : She told me but I dont remember.
Husband : Well, did she say whether the hotels were crowded ?
Wife : Yes, apparently they were. She recommended that we may our reservation as early as possible if
we want to go there.
Husband : Well, we had better do some checking right now.
Question :
1. Who went to Lombok Island ? ( Ana did )
2. What did she say about her vacation there ?
3. What did she say about the weather in Lombok ?
4. What did she recommend to the couple ?
5. What should the couple do immediately ?

Task 7. Put these jumbled expression into the right order. Then, act it out with your classmate.
Arya : Great. How long were you away ?
Melia : It was nice. I really enjoyed it.
Arya : So, what was the best thing you had when you were there ?
Melia : I was there for about there weeks.
Arya : Hi, Melia! How was your trip to Bandung ?
Melia : I had to join a special training for a novice manager.
Arya : Thats a long time! Did you have any business there ?
Melia : Oh, thats hard to say. Its Paris Van Java, you know. I guess I love all Bandung offers. Those made
the there week training time too short to pass.
Task 8. In pairs, take turns to ask and answer with your classmates following the plan below
Student A : Greet B. Ask B about his/her last vacation.
Student B : Respon to As greeting and tell about your last vacation.
Student A : Ask where B travelled to in his/her last vacation.
Student B : Tell where you travelled and the best or worst thing you had there.
Student A : Ask how long B spent his/her vacation there.
Student B : Tell A how you spent your holiday.
Student A : Give your opinion about Bs last vacation.
Student B : Take turn to ask As last vacation. Who A went with and where a travelled to.
Student A : Give your opinion about Bs last vacation. Tell B about your last vacation.
Student B : Give your opinion about As last vacation.

Task 9. Tell your own story about your trip


You may use the following questions to help you tell your story.

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Where did you go ?
When did you go there ?
How did you get there ?
Whom did you go with ?
Where did you stay ?
What did you do there ?
Did You buy something ?
How long were you there ?
How did you feel ?
Did you have a good time ?

A. Lets Read and Write.


Task 10. Read and study the following text and answer the questions that follow.

Laurels Autobiography
th
Stand Laurel was born on June 18 , 1980, in Ulverston in North west England. He was two brothers and
one sister and his father was a theatre manager. Stem went to the united states in September 1910 with Charlie
Chaplin. The first Laurel and Hardi film was made more than a hundred film comedies. Laurel married Ida Kitaeva,
a Russian singer in 1946. he live in Santa Monica, California, in 1965. He was dead on 75 years old.

Question :
1. When was he born ?
2. Where was he born ?
3. How many Brothers and sister did he have ?
4. Whats his Father Occupation ?
5. When did he go to the United States ?

Task 11. Write your own biography. You may use these following questions to help you.

When were you born ?


What did your dream of when you were a little child ?
What have you done to make your dream come true ?
What have you accomplished in your life ?
How long did you prepare for that ?

Task 14. Identify the underline word or phrase that should be corrected or rewritten. Circle A, B, C or D. Then
write the correct one.
1. When I knocked at the door, They were watching on TV
A B C D
2. His father was reading a newspaper when he come
A B C D
3. John is taking a bath when his friends called him up
A B C D
4. At 7 : 00 last night, I was watching a soccer game. While I was watching the game. Maria was studying
A B C
and Susan worked.
D
5. Toni and Robert were visiting me on Sunday afternoon when it begins to rain
A B C D
6. When I get up, my leg was bleeding
A B C D
7. The students hadnt finished their work when the teacher asked them to hand in their assignment.
A B C D
8. When the lights went out, the security guards was sitting on a chair. Now he is standing by the light
A B C D
switch.

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UNIT 6

IM GOING TO HAVE A MEETING ON MONDAY

Have you got your future actions and plans ? Do you know how to tell others about your Plans ? Do you know how
to make an appointment ? Learn these and more in this until.

A. Lets Start
Task 1. Answer the question based on your experience.

1. Do you usually plan your activities everyday ?


2. How do you arrange your future plans and activities ?
3. What is your plans after graduating from SMK ?
4. What are you going to prepare for getting a job ?
5. How do your parents guide you to make your future plan ?

B. Lets Listen and Speak


Task 2. You will hear the following words in your listening task. Listen to your teacher and repeat after
him/her with a good pronunciation.

WORDS MEANINGS
Date (kb)
Count (kkt)
Goods (kb)
Report (kb)
Work (kkt)

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Task 3. You will listen to five short dialogues. Choose the most appropriate. Statement based on the information
you listen to.
1. a. They are going to watch TV
b. They are going to the cinema
2. a. She probably will be working late at the office this evening
b. She probably will go to work late the office this evening
3. a. He will check and the goods
b. He will send the goods tomorrow.
4. a. The building will be finished in two months
b. The height of the building is going to be added up.
5. a. They are going to have dinner tonight
b. They are going to finish the report tonight.

Task 4. Listen to the dialogue carefully and choose the right statements by crossing out the right answer.
1. Tommy has worked hard during the week, so .. this weekend.
a. He will stay at home and sleep c. He doesnt want to go anywhere
b. He will go to the mountain with his friend d. He will go shopping with his parents
2. He will got to that village by bus, because ..
a. It is not too far to go by motorbike c. He can go alone
b. he lives hear the village d. It is more than 300 km from here
3. They are five persons altogether, and ..
a. All of them are boys c. Most of them are girls
b.There is no boy at all d.All of them are old people
4. They dont want to go with their girlfriends because ..
a.It will be so crowded c.They dont have any girl friends
b.The village is too far from some day d.They will stay in that village for some days
5. Tommy will stay in his grand fathers house with his friends ..
a.For about there days c.For about one week
b.In a long time d.No more than three days
Task 5. Work in groups, study the dialogue and answer the question. Then, act it out with your classmates.
Teacher : What are you going to do after you graduate, Dipa ?
Dipa : Oh, Im planning to go to collage
Teacher : What do you plan to study ?
Dipa : Im thinking of majoring in chemistry
Teacher : Hmm, thats a good field, and what about you Rini ?
Rini : I hope to go to Bali
Teacher : Oh, really ? And what are you going to do there ?
Rini : I think Ill just travel around for a while
Teacher : Lucky you! Tina what do you think you are going to do ?
Tina : Well, Im going to go to collage, but maybe I have to postpone it and get a job instead. I just
dont have the money right now.
Teacher : Yeah, I know what you mean. Money is tight these days. And you, Joko ?
Joko : Well, if I get a scholarship, Ill study architecture in Gajah Mada University
Teacher : And if you dont ?
Joko : Well, then, I suppose Ill have to get a job first and still study architecture.
Teacher : Well, guys, now Im so sure, all of you have planned your own future. Make it real and I wish
you good luck.

Answer the following question. Number one has been done as an example
1. What is Dipa going to do after she graduates ? ( He is going to go to collage )
2. What does Dipa plan to study ?
3. What is Rini going to do in Bali ?
4. What is Tina going to do after she graduates ?
5. What is Joko going to do after he graduates ?
6. What will joko plan to do if he does not get a scholarship ?

Task 6. Your classmate is going to visit you in the evening, but you are very busy. Look at your diary for the
next few days and explain to him/her why you refuse him/her coming in the evening. Act out the
dialogue with your classmate.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

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Study Mathematics Finish the English Writing Meet with Study Club Meet with the school
Task Magazines team
Friday Saturday Sunday Notes
Go shopping with Watch favourite movies on Finish all homework for Everything has been
Mother TV Monday arrange and fixed
Your classmate : Can I came on Monday evening
You : Sorry, I am going to study mathematics seriously
Your classmate : Well what about Tuesday evening ?
You : I am afraid I cant. I
Your classmate :
You :
( finally you and your classmate get a deal when she can come over visit you ).
Your classmate : Can I come and join to watch your favourite movies on TV Saturday night ?
You : Sure. Of course you can. Ill be very happy to watch the movies with you.
Your classmate : Oh, really ? Thank you
You : Anytime.
C. Lets Read and Write
Task 7. Read the text carefully and answer the question in complete sentences.
Mr. Aaron Jones and his family have been living in Jakarta for about 3 years up to now. He works at the
head office of an oil company. Which is located in the capital of our country. His position is a senior consultant.
There will be a school holiday for his children next week and. Mr. John will have a vacation too. During
that spare time he will do nothing but having much fun and recreation with his family.
They plan to go around Java and Bali next vacation and they will have a trip around some tourism spots
in those places.
Mr. Aaron Jones and his family are going to leave for Bandung on Sunday morning, the first day of their
journey. They will have one day our around Tangkuban Perahu, Cater warm water flow and enjoy the traditional
music Kecapi and Angklung in the evening.
The next day, Monday morning they will fly to Jogjakarta. They are going stay in this city for two
nights. On their first day in Jogjakarta they will visit some tourism spots such as Prambanan, the ciwa temple,
Borobudur the Buddhist temple and art galleries.
Tuesday, their second day in Jogjakarta will be filled with some activities such as going to the beach,
visiting museum, and going shopping around Malioboro to buy souvenirs such as silver accessories, Batik, carving
or leather goods to send home to their native country.
On Wednesday morning they will fly to Denpasar, Bali by the first flight. They will stay in that beautiful
island within four days. There will be various tourism objects to see from the beautiful scenery including the fresh
green carpet of the rice fields, the mountainous view and the beautiful lakes, to the entertainment dances, the art
shops and galleries.
The next morning Mr. Aaron and family will be back to Jakarta and begin their daily activities as usual.
Question
1. Is Mr. Jones a foreigner ? where does he work ?
2. Who will have a holiday ?
3. Does he plan to go anywhere ? Explain!
4. What will he do during this first day of his journey ?
5. Will they enjoy any traditional entertainment ? What are they ?

Task 8. Now, check the statements whether they are TRUE ( T ) or FALSE ( F )
Give the evidence for each statement.
Statements T F EVIDENCE
1. On Monday morning Mr. Aaron will go to Jogjakarta by plane .
2. Prambanan is Buddhist temple and 50 is Borobudur.
3. There are many art galleries and Batik or silver shops in Jogja.
4. They will leave Jogjakarta for Denpasar by bus.
5. There are some interesting tourism spots in Bali.

Task 9. Study the following expressions


What do you say when you get through to the person you want to speak to and fix a meeting ? here are some
expressions that you find in the above conversation and are usually used in making an appointment.
Suggesting a time to meet Responding to the suggestion

Can/shall we fix/arrange/manage an Ill (just) check my diary

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appointment/a meeting.
Would it be useful to meet up soon
How about Monday Thats fine
Would Wednesday be suit able ? I cant/wont be able to make Monday
Would Thursday suit you ? Ive got to
Shall we say on Friday ?

Task 10. Match the expressions of changing arrangements in column A with the replies in column B.

1. I cant make Tuesday. Ive got to go over to a. I suppose so. It would have been good to meet.
Sumatra to see a client. How about Wednesday. Look forward to hearing from you when youre
less busy
2. I thing we said Thursday at 11. can you make it b. The 21 . Ehm. Im going to be thon holiday.
in the afternoon instead ? What about 29
3. Were going to have to change our arrangement c. The afternoon would be on problem. How about
th
for the 15 . Can we put it off till the 21 ? Ive at three ?
st
completely forgotten we have a departmental
meeting that day.
4. Im afraid Monday wont be possible after all. d. Wednesdays going to be difficult. Can you make
Im going to be very busy that day. What about it the next day
the following week.
5. Were going to have to delay our meeting. Im e. Ok. The some day of the following week would
very busy at the moment. Can we leave it open be fine.
for the time being ? Ill get back in touch when
Im not so busy

Task 11. Study the following explanation


1. The use of will
We use will in these situations
a. Statements of future facts
e.g : The job will be finished by the weekend
b. Decisions made at the time of speaking
e.g : Ive left the door open. Ill go and shut it
c. To express a prediction
e.g : Ill probably be late this evening
d. To show willingness
e.g : Ill help you
e. Promising to do something
e.g : Thank you for lending me the money. Ill pay you back on Friday
2. The use of be going to
a. Planned future actions or events st
e.g : They are going to open the new office on April 1
b. Future evens in a neutral way
e.g : Mr. Jannaka is going to be the new director.
c. Future events evident from something in the present
e.g : Im tired of taking the bus to work. Im going to buy a car next month
3. The use of The Present Continuous Tense
We use the present continuous tense to express planned actions or events
e.g : Im not working next week

Task 12. Put the verb into the correct from using will or going to.
The first two have been done for you as examples.
1. A : Ive just realised I havent got any money
B : Dont worry thats no problem Ill lend ( lend ) you some.
2. A : Why are you turning the television on ?
B : Im going to watch ( watch ) the news.
3. A : Ive got a terrible headache.
B : Have you ? Wait here and I ( get ) an aspirin for you.
4. A : Why are you filling that bucket with water ?
B:I ( wash ) my car.
5. A : Ive decided to re paint this room.
B : Really ? What colour ( you/paint ) it ?

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6. A : Look. Theres smoke coming out of that house. Its on fire!
B : Oh, my god! I ( call ) the firemant immediately
7. A : What would you like to drink, tea or coffee ?
B:I ( have ) tea, please.
8. A : Where are you going ? Are you going shopping ?
B : Yes, I ( buy ) something for dinner ?
9. A : I cant work out how to use this camera.
B : Its quite easy. I ( show ) you.
10. A : Did you post that letter for me ?
B : Oh, Im sorry, I completely forgot. I ( do ) it now.
Task 13. Write down your own future plan after you graduate. You may us the following questions to help you.

What are you going to do after finishing your study ?


Do you plan to go to college ?
What are you going to study ? Why ?
What are you going to prepare for what ?
Do you plan to get a job ?
What kind of job do you want to get ? Why ?
Do you prepare something to get that ?

Task 16. Compose a writing about your visions for the next five years. Use the future expressions in your
writing.

Task 17. In pairs, rearrange these jumbled expressions into a good order. Then, act it out with your partner.
Sonny : Im going to see a concert. Would you like to come with me ?
Novia : No. Im not. What are you planning to do ?
Sonny : All right. Ill pick you up at 7 tomorrow evening.
Novia : Oh, Im sorry. I cant, Im going to work late tonight. I have to finish some reports
Sonny : Well, how about tomorrow evening ? Are you doing anything then ?
Novia : Sure, Id love to! What time will you pick me up ?
Sonny : What are you doing tonight, Novia ? would you like to go out

REVIEW I
Listening Section
In this part you will listen to short conversation between two people. Choose the best answer to each question.
Answer the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied by the speakers.
1. What does the man do ?
a. He is a reporter c. He is a businessman
b. He is an accountant d. He is a keeper
2. What does the man imply ?
a. He wants to check Mr. Assegaf c. He wants to speak to Mr. Assegaf
b. He want to wait Mr. Assegaf d. He wants to make Mr. Assegaf free
3. What does the man express ?
a. He is ready to serve the woman c. He wants to buy a new LCD Projects
b. He is asking for Information from the woman d. He wants to sell a new LCD Projects
4. What does the woman imply ?
a. She is asking a question to the man c. She wants to serve the man
b. She is asking for information d. She wants to order a plate of fried
5. What does the woman express ?
a. The room is uncomportable c. She is giving an opinion
b. She is pleased with the room d. She feels disappointed with there
6. What does the woman say to greet the caller ?
a. Good morning c. Good morning, Nusa Indah Galery
b. morning, Nusa Indah Galery d. Whos speaking, please.

7. What does the woman say to know who the caller is ?


a. Hold on, please c. Whos speaking, please ?
b. Would you like to wait or call again later ? d. Nyoman from Pustaka Denpasar.
8. What is the synonym of hold on, please ?
a. Ill put you through c. Call again later, please
b. Just a moment, please. d. I prefer to call again later
9. What does the man do ?

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a. The stays at the hotel c. He wants a single room
b. He gets a reservation at the hotel d. Ha wants a book
10. When will the woman probably check in ?
a. On August 10 c. On August 16
b. On August 14 d. On August 17

Reading Section

In this part, you have to choose the best answer to each question based on the alternatives.

TELEPHONE

What if you want to talk right now to a friend who lives for away ? The answer is simple. You pick up your telephone and
press some buttons. Next, you hear a ringing sound one, two, three rings. They you hear your friends voice say. hello.
Making a phone call seems so easy. But did you ever think about what makes it possible?

When you talk on the phone, your voice is changed into an electric signal that can travel through wires. A plastic disk in
the mouthpiece vibrates, when you speak. The vibration makes a pattern in an electric field between the plastic disk and a metal
disk. The pattern is sent through wires as an electric signal.

Just as a telephone can turn a voice into an electric signal, it can also change an electric signal back into a voice. When
the signals pass through magnets in the earpiece, the magnets vibrate a disk that reproduces the speakers voice.

When you make a local call, the call travels over wires from your house to the telephone companys routing station. From
there, a computer automatically sends the call to the number you dialled.

Did you know you can call someone on the other side of the world ? The call might even be sent into space! Satellites
orbiting high above Earth connect calls between distant countries. Some international calls travel along cables under the sea. Cell
phones work by sending a radio signal through the air to a cell tower. The tower sends the signal to the cell phone company,
which relays it to another cell phone or through the telephone company to a wired phone.

Text I question 1 5

1. What does paragraph 2 talk about ?


a. How the call phone company relays the radio signal
b. How the voice changes into an electric signal
c. How you make a cell to your friend
d. How the satellite connects calls
2. What changes an electric signal back into a voice ?
a. A wire c. A telephone
b. A plastic disc d. A mouthpiece
3. How does on electric signal travel ?
a. It travels through wires c. It travels through a radio
b. It travels through the air d. It travels through the sea
4. What connects calls between various countries ?
a. Cables c. Radio signal
b. Towers d. Telephone companies
5. What does it in paragraph 5 line 5 refer to ?
a. The satellite c. The wired phone
b. The cell phone d. The radio signal
TAMAN SAFARI

Keep your eyes and your cameras open as your visit to Taman Safari. The are many kinds of animals around the world
there. Taman Safari is a some rain forest where many kinds of animals live in wild life. You can see all and from your own car,
or cars provided by the authority.

You can observe the characteristic of wild animals such as Tigers, Lion, Elephants, Bears, etc. Taman Safari can enrich your
knowledge as well and giving you enjoyable scenery. Hotel and accommodations are also provided.

Spend your holiday in Taman Safari and enjoy its wildlife


6. What we call not do in Taman Safari is :
a. Enjoying the view c. taking children under 5
b. Taking some photograph from the car d. getting out from the car
7. Which is not correct to describe Taman Safari\
a. It is a zoo c. It is a jungle

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b. It is a wild life area d. It is tourism spot
8. .. enjoy its wild life .. ( paragraph 3 )
The underlined word refers to :
a. your holiday c. The animals
b. Taman Safari d. The scenery

FOR SALE
1998 cutlass supreme
White w/light blue interior
Low mileage, like a new
Air automatic, power steering, brakes
Am/Fm, cassette stereo
$ 5000 or best offer
By original owner
(0274) 512251 weekdays (0274) 797450 weekends
Ask for Poikan Aulia
9. The word weekdays in line 9 is most nearly meant ..
a. Everyday from 9.00 Am 6.00 Pm c. Saturday and Sunday
b. Monday Friday d. Everyday except Sunday
10. What colour is that car ?
a. Blue c. Red
b. White d. Black
Speaking Section
In this part, you should show your ability to speak in English
Work in groups of three. Act it out with your partner
Ayu : Well, have you decided what are you going to eat ?
Erica : I havent made up my mind yet. What about you ?
Ayu : Im going to try the sour flounder fish. It seems delicious.
Erica : Ellen, what are you having ?
Ellin : Im not sure. I really like the super burger.
Erica : Well, I think I havent tried it yet.
Ellin : Ok. Well try it
Ida : What about you, Santi ?
Santi : Well, Im not really all that hungry, so I think Ill just have a plate of strawberry ice cream.
Ayu : Ida, is youre hungry, you should try the baked chicken.
You wont believe the size of it!
Ida : Really ? But is it good ?
Ayu : Its really delicious. I just had it last night.
Ida : Ok. It sounds good to me.

Writing Section
In this part, you should show your ability to write in good English.
Find and summarize an article or a text about what people should do to have a successful in we on job
interview.

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UNIT 7
I AM A WEBMASTER

If you are applying for a job, you have to be able to ask and tell about the job description as well as the educational
background. Do you know how to do those very well? Learn those in this unit and you will be able to do them
effectively.

A. Lets Start
Task 1. Answer the question below!
1. What are you doing now?
2. What school are you studying in?
3. Are you happy studying here?
4. Why do you choose this school?
5. Which subjects are interesting for you?
B. Lets Listen and Speak
Task 2. You will find the following words in Task 3. In pairs, find the meanings of these words in your
dictionary and repeat after your teacher.
WORDS MEANINGS
Appointment (kb)
Agenda (kb)
Bill (kb)
Delay (kkt)
Dependable (ks)
Developed (ks)
Incoming (ks)
File (kkt)
Meticulous (ks)
Satisfied (ks)
Outgoing (ks)

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Task 3. In this section, you will listen to three short passages about there jobs. Listen to the short passages
carefully and then answer the question. You will listen to them twice. When you have finished listen
again and check your answer.
Passage 1 is for question 1 2
1. What does Fitri do ?
2. Where did she graduate from?

Passage 2 is for question 3 4


3. What does Bambang do?
4. Is Bambang a writer?
Passage 3 is for question 5
5. What is Tias job?

Task 4. Dimas are going to describe some jobs to Ilham. Listen to the dialog carefully. Find the job
descriptions and guess what jobs are described. Then compare your answer with your classmates.

Here is an example for you.

JOB DESCRIPTION JOB

A person who cooks in a restaurant or a hotel A chef

Task 5. Work in pairs and write simple job descriptions of these jobs.
JOB JOB DESCRIPTION
Mechanic
Carpenter
Shop assistant
Receptionist
Electrician

Task 6. Study how to pronounce the words below.

The Vowel Letter O

The following words show how the vowel letter o can be pronounced in several ways.
/ / / / / / / / / / / /
Job Know Good Customer Report Company
Boss Going Food Complain Order Coming
Offer Also Cook Developed Before Money

Task 7. Can you pronounce these words. Check your dictionary to find out how they are pronounced and try to
pronounce them. Can you find the words having different pronunciations from the example above?

1. Pilot 6. Appointment
2. Journalist 7. Choose
3. Receptionist 8. Responsible
4. Accountant 9. Meticulous
5. Novelist 10. Polite

Task 8 After learning some job descriptions, you will talk about the educational background. The dialogue
below talks about the educational background required to work on a cruise ship. (kapal pesiar ).

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Petrus : Have you decided about your future job, Ham ?
Ilham : Yup! Ive decided to work on a cruise ship.
Petrus : Wow It means you have to get a hotel diploma.
Ilham : Thats right.
Petrus : But, you told me that you didnt like cooking.
Ilham : Just want to let you know, working on a cruise ship isnt always about cooking. There are various jobs on
board under the divisions of Housekeeping, Kitchen and Food and Beverage.
Petrus : Do you need any training to work on a cruise ship.
Ilham : Of course. I have to take at least a three month job training in the respective division.
Petrus : Are there any other requirements ?
Ilham : I have to take an English course because its very essential for a cruising crew member. This job
really offers me a challenge I cant resist.
Questions
1. What has Ilham decided ?
2. What job is he interested in ?
3. Is working on a cruise ship only about food and beverage ?
4. Does he need only training ?
5. What course does he need to take ?

Task 9 Study the expression below.


Asking and telling about job descriptions and Educational Backgrounds

1. Job descriptions
a. Asking about ones job description
Formal Informal

- Could you tell me what your duties are ? - What are you duties ?
- I would like to know whether you know about your - What is your responsibility ?
responsibility ?
- Can you tell me what your task is ?
- I would like to know about what you have to do ? - What is your task ?
- What do you have to do ?

b.Telling about ones job description.


# I receive guest and incoming phone calls.
# A PR officer is responsible for building a good relationship.
# My duties are to offer the menu and to take orders.
# My task is to repair the cars engine.
# I have to make financial reports.

2. Educational Background.
a. Asking about ones educational background.
Formal Informal

- Could you tell me a little about your - What is your educational background?
educational background?
- Can you tell me where you graduated - Where did you graduated from?
from? - What is your major?
- I would like to know about your major - Where do you study?

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- I would like to know where you study

b. Telling about ones educational background


I graduated from a secretarial collage
I have a degree in technical engineering
I majored in accounting
My major is medical wifery
I study in a Hotel and Tourism School

Task 10. Work in groups of four. Make a dialogue in which each of you asks about a job which your
friends dream about and its supporting information (educational background and other
requirement)
Example :
Student 1 : What do you want to do in the future?
Student 2 : I want to be a famous fashion designer like Ajie Notonegoro
Student 3 : So, you have to take a major in fashion, dont you ?
Student 2 : Sure, what about you?
Student 3 : I prefer majoring in automotive engineering?
Student 2 : Do you want to be a mechanic?
Student 3 : Yes, A professional mechanic and racer. Thats my dream
C. Lets Read and Write
Task 11. What do you know about a webmaster ? Get more knowledge about from the text below. After you
read the text, check your comprehension by answering the questions that follow.
WEBMASTER : A CHALENGING JOB
Do you have any idea about webmaster ? In this area of modern communications technology, having a job as a
webmaster can be a consideration . A webmaster can literally be defined as an expert in the field of webbing. A
webmaster is a person who not only creates, but also maintains a website. In maintaining a website, a webmaster
needs to update all information as well as the profile of the company or the organization which belongs to the site.
A webmaster has to master at least one of the four subdivisions, namely web designing, graphic designing, web
development, and web content editing. The expert in the first division is called a web designer. He or she needs to
design a website and be knowledgeable, at least, about. Hyper Text Markup Language ( HTML ) coding. In the
graphic designing part, a graphic designer designs the lay out and creates an attractive image. However, a graphic
designer may not always be a web designer. A web developer is an expert in the web development. He or she creates
the websites programmes and deals with input and the process. He or she needs to know a programming language
like ASP. A web content editor is the one whose job is to provide information about the site. An editor doesnt need
to be technologically literate, but to have knowledge about sentence structure. Although the job can be divided into
several parts, a webmaster might work individually or in team, depending on the websites scope.
To be a webmaster, you do not have to major in computer science. If you have a relevant educational
background, it will be a plus for you. However, the main thing is that you are eager to learn. You can provide
yourself with an internet connected computer, take appropriate courses, and start practicing by creating a personal
homepage. After that you can gain a lot of advantages from it. So, are you ready to be a webmaster ? Prepare
yourself now
Vocabulary :
Appropriate (ks) : Sesuai Attractive (ks) : Menarik
Eager (ks) : Berkeinginan besar Relevant (ks) : Relevan / sesuai
Expert (kb) : Ahli Scope (kb) : Lingkup
Question :
1. What does paragraph 1 talk about ?
2. What is the literal definition of a webmaster ?
3. What is the main idea of paragraph 2 ?
4. Mention jobs related to webbing.
5. Are you interested in being a webmaster ? Give your reason.

Task 12. Now, read this interesting text. This text talks about apprenticeship. Do you want to know more about
is.
APPRENTICESHIP
Apprenticeship is a good activity for students who want to get work experience before they graduate
from school. They will get the chance to work in a company although they have not graduated yet. The company
will place them in the division which is related to their educational background. For example in a supermarket,
students with a hotel and tourism background a placed the Fresh Section. They deal with the bakery and salad bar.
In a bank students from an accounting programme, are placed in the administration department. They are assigned

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to execute stock inventory, fine and arrange in coming and out going letters. Indeed, the students will not be
placed in the high position, but is still give many advantages to them.
What do the students actually gain in being an apprentice? Of course the will earn money, but the valuable
experience is the most important thing. In a apprenticeship programme, they will improve their competency and
learn to interact with people whom they meet in the working environment. By having more knowledge and network
with a company, they will gat a dearer future after graduating from school.
To be an apprentice, the students have to get an accompanying letter from the headmaster at school. This letter
will inform the company that they are students who are willing to have a temporary job there. The companys
Personnel department will inform about the requirement. Some company may give a test, but the others may not.
Being an apprentice is very beneficial. It gives not only money, but also invaluable experience. So never be
hesitant to take a chance for apprenticeship.
Vocabulary

Apprentice (kb) : Karyawan magang Apprenticeship (kb) : Pelatihan kerja / magang


Accompanying (kb) : Surat pengantar Invaluable (ks) : Surat berharga

Task 13.Now, check the statements whether they are TRUE ( T ) or FALSE ( F ) Give the evidence for the
false statement.
STATEMENTS T/F EVIDENCE
2. To be an apprentice, you should be a graduate. F Paragraph 1, Lines 2 & 3
3. The company will place the apprentice in the division
related to the educational background.
4. You get both money and experience from apprenticeship
5. Students do not need accompanying letter for
apprenticeship.
6. Companies always give a test for the apprentice

Task 14. Check your reading comprehension again by answering these question.
1. What does apprenticeship mean?
2. In a supermarket, where are the students with Hotel and Tourism background placed ?
3. If you are a student of an accounting programme and you want to be an apprentice in a bank, what are your
possible task ?
4. What do the students gain from being an apprentice ?
5. Explain how to take a chance for apprenticeship.

Task 15. Do you know a curriculum vitae (CV) ? People usually enclose a CV to apply for a job. Here is an
example of CV.
Bambang Gunawan
+62 899 0909 0111
bams_oye@bravo.com
EDUCATION :
2004 2007 Hotel and Tourism Academi Mandiri
2006 English for Tourism training
2005 Hotel training
2001 2004 Vocational School Pariwisata
2001 2004 Happy English English Course
2006 Present Waiter in Cozy Restaurant
2005 2006 Kitchen partner in Ambarrukmo Restaurant
2004 2005 Waiter in Luxurious Restaurant
COMPETENCIES :
Good morning of spoken and written English ( TOEIC score of 650 )
INTEREST :
Sports

Question
1. What is the writers highest education ?
2. What is his present job ?
3. What kind of training has he taken ?
4. What is his personal interest ?

CURRICULUM VITAE
Name : Linda Kumalasari

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Date of Birth : Bandung, January 20, 1982
Place of Birth : Bandung
Sex : Female
Address : Jl. Armada 20
Town, Country : Bandung, Indonesia
Email, Address : Linda04@yahooo.com
Formal Education : Harapan Bangsa Academy of Secretary, Bandung
Work experience :
- On the job training at LBH Parahyangan University, Bandung
Worked as a receptionist
- PT Nusa Permai
Worked as a receptionist July 1, 2003 September 30, 2004
- PT Antara
Worked as a receptionist October 1, 2004 March 31, 2005
- Melati Hotel
Worked as a receptionist April 1, 2005 Now
Hobbies/Interests : Reading, sports and travelling
References:
Furnished upon request means supporting documents will be submitted after the job interview in thE
company if the company ask for them.

Task 16. Make your own CV

UNIT 8

WOULD YOU LIKE TO COME TO THE PARTY WITH ME, PLEASE?

(GIVING INVITATIONS AND COMPLIMENTS)

A. Let,s Start
Task 1 Answer the questions based on your opinin
1. What would you say to invite someone to go with?
2. What would you say to compliment others people?

B. Lets Listen and Speak


Task 2 Study these expressions. You will hear the folllowing expressions in your listening task. Listen to your
teacher and repeat after him/her.
Offering an invitations Accepting an invitations
I would like you to Thank you, Id be glad to go.
We would be please if you could Thank yo. Yes, I would like to
Would you like to. Yes, thank you Id be happy to go.
Shall we Yes, I would. Thanks
Could we Thank you so much for inviting me.
How about That would be very nice. Thank you.
Id like you to come to Yes, Id love to.
Id like to ask you to come Sure
Refusing an Invitation Great
Im sorry, Ill be very busy tomorrow night with pleasure.
I would love to. But. All right!
Thats very kind of you, But O. K!
Sorry, that wouldnt be posible. Thanks anyway
Thats nice?great, butIm afraid I cant. How
about

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Some people use complimets tobutter up somebody When speaking English, you say Thanks very often.
or to flatter in order to increase a good Hill. You Please say thank you when people give you
compliment someone, for example: on his/her general something, help you do something, wish you
appearance, if you notice somethinng new about the something and give a compliment etc.
persons appearance, when other people do their best Responding to compliments.
etc. Thank you
Expressing Compliments Thank you for your help
Thats a lovely cake Im glad you enjoyed it.
That was a nice lunch Thanks. Do you really think so?
You look great Im glad you like it
You did it very well Im really very gratefull to you.
Nice work!

Task 3 Listen to conversations and while you are listening complete the conversation base on the information you
hear. Then act them out with your classmate.
1. A: What a beautiful garden you have!
B: ________________. I like gardening very much. And i spend a lot of time looking after it
2. A: Its really delicious._________________________
B: thank you. I spent the whole afternoon preparing all of these. I tried to do my best of course.
3. A: ___________________ come to our wedding party on Sunday?
B: Thats a wonderful news i certainly. Well heres to both of you.
4. A: could you come and meet my parents
B:__________________
5. A: Is that your book?
B: yes ,__________________?

Task 4. study the following dialogues and then do the same way. Work in pairs and try to act them on front of the
class
Example :
- Go dancing a tomorrow night ?
- Work overtime.
A: Would you like to go dancing tomorrow (1) night ?
B: tomorrow night ? Im afraid I cant. I have to work overtime
A:Thats to bad.
B: Its. going dancing sounds like a lot more fun than working overtime. Maybe some other times.

Task 5 Make a dialogue with this sentences.


1} - See a movie this weekend ?
- Finish a term paper.
2} - Go out for dinner tonight ?
- Attend a business meeting.
3} - See a play next Sunday ?
- Work on my taxes.
4} - Go to a concert this Saturday evening ?
- Take care of my sisters children

Task 6. preform the dialogs


1. Vita = vit, your bag is really nice
Rosa = oh, thank you.
2. putri = thats a beautiful dress that you have on!
Rosa = oh,thank you. I just got it yesterday.

C. Lets Read and Write


Task 7. Read this setter carefully and answer these question that follow.
Dear Tony,
How are you? Everything here is fine. Im very pleased at the moment, because my football team won last
week. I went to the match with my brother Pedro, and we both enjoyed it very much. The score was 6-1!
Well, thats a little bit of recent news from Malaga. Now heres the most important thing in this letter:
What are you doing in September? Im on holiday then, and Id like to invite you to Malaga for a month.
The weather is usually very good in September ( its not too hot ). We would go swimming and I could show you
something of Spain.
I hope you can come. My family and I think its a great idea, and we all want to meet you.
Thats all for now,
Best wishes to you nd your family

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Fernando

Question!!!
1. How is Fernado? Andwhy is he pleased?
2. Who went to the match ? And whose team won?
3. How did they feel at the moment? And what was the score?
4. When is Fernando on holiday ? How long does he invited Toni for?
5. What was the weather like in September ? What suggestions does Fernando make?

Task 8 decide whether the statement is TRUE (T) or FALSE (F). Give the evidance.
STATEMENTS T/F EVIDENCE
1. Fernando is very angry at the moment because his football
team lost.
2. Fernando andhis brother went to the football match and they
enjoyed it very much
3. Toni invited Fernando and his family to come to Malaga in
September
4. Fernando would show Ttoni something of Spain if he come to
fullfill his invitation.
5. Fernando had just heard that Tony is getting married and he
sends him his best wishes.

Task 8. Write an invitations for these situations. See the example


A: Could you / would you like to come to pictures?
B: - Oh thanks. Id love to (accepting invitation)
- Im sorry. Id love tu but i cant (refusing invitation)
1. You invite your friend to play chess with you. He refuses.
2. You invite a friend to comeand meet your parents. He accepts
3. You invite another friend to go to the police concert next week. He refuses
4. You invite a friend to come to a party at your house on Friday evening. He accepts.
5. You invite a friend to come to the football match with you tomorrow. He accept.

Task 9. Complete the dialogue with a suitable expressin of compliments.


Anisa Wow! Thats a (1)______________dress, Ayu. Is it new?
: Yes, It is (2)_______________
Ayu : The color and the model (3)____________on you.
Anisa Oh, do you really think so? I am reallyfond of this dress.
: Did you make ityourslf?
Ayu : Certainly not, Anisa. My aunt gave it to me as a birthay gift.
Anisa Did she? What a (4)______________you have!
:
Ayu :
Anisa
:

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UNIT 9

LETS GO SHOPPING (Shopping and Bargaining)

Shopping is an act or occasin of visiting a shop to buy things. Most peoplelike to do shopping very much. Some of
them do it in supermarkets or department stores and others do it at tradicional markets.

A. Lets Stara

Task 1 Answer these questions based on your experience.

1. Do you often go shopping?


2. Where do you go shopping?
3. What do youusually buy?
4. Is shopping interesting?
5. Do you buy things in low price?

B. Lets Listen and Speak

Task 2 Listen to the teacher dictating this short talk, while you fill in each of blanks with appropriate phrases

How to shop wisely

When you go shopping,(1) ! always make a list .(2) And buy only (3)
__________--. Try to bargain if you are shopping (4) . (5) things you
dont need. Never go shopping for food (6) Always pay in cash, too. Be sure that (7)
____________. If you use a credit card all the time, (8) . And always find out how
much something costs (9) . Does the price include the Value Added Tax, for example?

Task 2. You will find the following words in Task 3. in pairs, find the meaning of this words in your dictionary
and repeat after your teacher.

WORDS MEANINGS
Remember

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These
Things
List
Spend
Affort
Soon
Debt
Before

Task 3 Listen to the text. Thendecide whether the following statements is TRUE or False(F).

STATEMENTS T/F
Supermarket usually has only small and dark place
Supermarket have wide selection of goods products.
The room in supermarket are large, open and bright.
the customer can not select the goods themselves
The buyers in supermarket can serve themselves.

Task 4. study the model of the dialogues and then act them in front of the class.

Dialogue 1
A: I would like to buy this watch.
B : Okay. Thats twenty-six ninety five.
A: Excuse me, but I dont think thats the right price.
I think this watch is on sale this week.
B: Oh. youre right. its ten percent off. im sorry.
A: Thats okay.
B: with the tax, that comes to twenty-five dollars and forty seven cents.

Dialogue 2
A: I would like to buy these earings.
B: Okay. thats twelve-fifty.
A: Excuse me, but I dont think thats the right price.
I think these earings are on sale this week
B: Oh. youre right. theyre half price. I apologize.
A: Thats okay
B: With the tax, that comes to six dollars and fifty-six cents.

Task 5. Study these expressions.


Things to buy: Giving or getting change
a. do you have any. . . .? a. here is your change
b. is there any . . . ? b. can i get small change?
The price: Method of payment
a. how much is this. . . (singular) a. can i pay it in cash / in credit card!
b. how much are those. . .(plural) b. do you receive a credit card!
The size and the materials Bargaining:
a. do you have medium size ? a. is there any discount ?
b. can i have large size ? b. can you give me a lower price ?
c. is there any small size ? c. what about 15.000 rupiahs
d. what is made of / it made from ? d. can you make it 32.000 rupiahs ?
e. what material is it

C. Lets Read and Write

Task 6. Read the text carefully and answer the questions that follow

Shopping and bargaining

Shopping and bargaining is an activity we do almost everyday. We often go to shops or markets when we want to
buy something. Our mothers usually visit a grocery store to buy some food. They also like to bargain with sellers.

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Sometimes we go shopping together with our friends.

Many people like to do shopping and go to shopping centres. Some of them do shopping in supermarkets or
department stores. Some others do shopping at traditional markets. They spend their money on things they need.

Shopping is an enjoyable activity, but sometimes it wastes our money if we are not careful. Around us, many
people like to buy things impulsively. They buy the things without bargaining, or even planning. They buy them
on the spur of the moment. They buy them not because their needs, but just because they are attracted with them.
They are impulsive shoppers.

Impulsive shoppers are unwise buyers. They are spenders because they are often careless in spending their
money . They usually regret their impulsive purchases when they get home. And even they will get very
disappointed whenever they realize that the things they bought are not really what they wanted or needed. It is
therefore a good idea to plan what you are going to buy. This will help you become a careful shopper. For
example, always make a list before you go shopping. And buy only those things that are on the list. With this way
, you dont spend money on things dont need. If possible, bargain with the sellers in always pay in cash, too.

Answer these questions

1. What do you know about shopping and bargaining?


2. When and where do people usually go shopping?
3. What happens if you are not careful about shopping?
4. What are impulsive shoppers? How do they usually buy the things?
5. Why are they called spenders? And what usually happens when they get home?

Task 7. Decide whether the statements is TRUE (T) or FALSE (F). Give the evidance.
STATEMENTS T/F EVIDENCE
1. dont buy something implusively,but only buy what youve
planned to buy
2. when you go shopping, you must always bring Moneg Money
as much as posible
3. a wise shopper always plans what he is to buy before he goes
shopping.
4. shopping is fun, but sometimes wastes Money when we do it
without planning.
5. supermarkets usually sell tems more cheaply than local small
shops do

Task 8. Rearrange the following dialogue between a shop asstance and a customer then, in pairs act it
out, student A becomes a shop assistant and student B as computer
A shop asstanse A customer
- Rp. 20000 - and the black one
- may I help you ? - ok, I take medium for the blue one
- I think the blue one is really pretty, and we have -yes, I need a sweater
medium and large for it How much is it ?
- which one ? -the blue one
- its Rp. 15000 - well, what do you think ?
What size do you have ?

Task 9. The four underlined parts of the sentences are marked (A), (B), (C) and (D). You are to identify the one
underline Word or phrase that should be corrected or rewritten.

1. student counsel suggest that the meet should be held on Monday


A B C D
2. The class members agre to visit certain tourist spot

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A B C D
3. Can I help you bring that luggage
A B C D
4. Would you mind giving those present to my friend
A B C D
5. I am sorry , i could not do that tests well
A B C D
6. Yes, thanks , it helps me so many
A B C D

7. Would you like give a lift to downtown tomorrow afternoon ?


A B C D
8. The company will sending it to you if you dont mind
A B C D

Task 10 Look at the patty cash book below. And these are answers to questions about the patty cash. Write the
questions and answers
Cash paid
Date details total
1 may stamps 1.75
2 may sugars 2.04
3 may flowers 1.96
4 may biscuits 19
5 may coffe and milk 2.75
Patty cash : uang belanja kecil-kecilan.
1. A: What did she buy on may st?
B: She gought stamps.
A: How much did the stamps cost?
B: One dollar and seventy five cents.
2. What did_____________
3. etc.

UNIT 10

I AGREE WITH YOU

Expressing what we feel and think is good as long as we know how to express them properly. Do you want to know
how to do it very well? Learn useful expressions and more in this unit.

A. Lets Start

Task 1 Everyone has his/her own opinion and has the right to express it. What do you do if you have an opinion?
Do you just keep it? Or express it freely? Now, in small groups of three or four, discuss the following
questions. State your argument.
1. Do you agree with the passing grade standard for the national examination? Why?
2. How about the talent contests on television? What is your opinion about it? State your argument.

Task 2 You will hear the following words in your listening task. Listen to your teacher and repeat after
him/her with a good pronunciation. Then, find their meanings in your dictionary .
Words Meanings
deal with (kkt)
evicted (ks)
exhausted (ks)
hire (kkt)
overwhelm (kkt)
trash (kb)
wasteful (ks)
workload (kb)

Task 3 Work in pairs. Listen to the dialogues and answer the questions based on theinformation you hear. Then,
compare your answer with your partners.
Dialogue 1 is for questions 1-5.
1. Can Trisno have a vacation?

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2. What is Eriks advice about Trisnos workload?
3. What does he say?
4. Has Rita tried to tell her roommate about her complaint?
5. Did her effort work?

Task 4. This dialogue is a part of a situation in a meeting. Study the dialogue andanswer the questions. Then,
compare your answers with your classmates.
Samsul : Before I begin the report, I'd like to get some ideas from you all. How do you feel about rural sales in your
sales districts? I suggest we go round the table first to get all of your input.
Nyoman : In my opinion, we have been focusing too much on urban customers and their needs. The way I see
things, we need to return to our rural base by developing an advertising campaign to focus on their
particular needs.
Anita : I'm afraid, I don't agree with you. I think rural customers want to feel as important as our customers
living in cities. I suggest we give our rural sales teams more help with advanced customer information
reporting.
Johan : Excuse me, I didn't catch that. Could you repeat that, please?
Anita : I just stated that we need to give our rural sales teams better customer information reporting.
Nyoman : I don't quite follow you. What exactly do you mean?
Anita : Well, we provide our city sales staff with database information on all of our larger clients. We should be
providing the same sort of knowledge on our rural customers to our sales staff there.
Samsul : Would you like to add anything, Ms Mutia?
Mutia : I must admit I never thought about rural sales that way before. I have to agree with Ms Anita.
Samsul : Well, let me begin my presentation. As you can see, we are developing new methods to reach out to our
rural customers.
Nyoman : I suggest we break up into groups and discuss the ideas we've presented.
Samsul : Thats a good ideaQuestions.

1. who is the first giving the input?


2. Does Anita agree with the input?
3. Who agrees with Anita?
4. What does Nyoman suggest to the member?
5. Is his suggestion accepted?

Task 5 Study these expression

Expressinng opinions: Giving Opinion:


Asking others people opinion: # In my opinion...
# What do you thing of.... # I think/feel...
# Is that right (true) that.... # I creally/feel that...
# Do you think its going .... # The way I see things...
# Why do they behave like that # If you ask me,... I tend to think that...
# Do you have any idea? # I personally believe/think/fell...
# How do you like...? # Not everyone will agree with me,but...
# Please give me your frank opinion # To my mind...
# Whats your opinion? # From my point of view...
Giving suggestions: # As I see...
# I suggest... # I agree/disagree...
# Why dont.... # I am certain/sure/positive/convinced
# We should... # It seems that
# Why not.... # well, personally
# How about..... # If I had my way, I wold...
# In my case...
# Absolutely
# What Im more concerned with is...
# I believe...

Task 6. Work in group of two or three. Take turn to give your opinions on the following subjects. You may also
use the expressions of stating preperences. You learn them in unit 2, didnt you?

Example: Tukul or Aming

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A: Which one is your favourite comedian, Tukul or Aming?
B: I think I prefer Tukul to Aming.
C: Why?
A: In my opinion, he seems to be low-profile and the jokes that he has are original.

1. Doraemon or Spongebob Squarepants.


2. High school or vocational school.
3. Beauty or intelligence.
4. Popularity or intelligence.
5. White lie or honesty.

Task 7. This the dialogue between staff members. They are talking about the meeting they just attended. Study
the dialogue and answer the questions that follow.
Nia : Well, that was one of the lively committee meetings I've attended.
Udin : I agree with you. The discussion became quite heated at times.
Nia : I felt a bit sorry for Dita when she challenged the chairman about the accounts.
Udin : I did too. The chairman really made mincemeat of her.
Nia : That was because Dita hadn't got all her facts right.
Udin : That's right. I think she'll prepare a bit more thoroughly next time she thinks about doing something like
that.

Questions.
1. What does Nia thinks about the meeting?
2. Does Udin agree with her?
3. What does he say?
4. Why did Nia feel sorry to Dita?
5. Could the chairman beat Ditas argument?

Task 8. Study the expressions below.


Agreement
Strong agreement Neutral agreement Partial agreement Softening strong agreement
I completely agree I agree with you I would tend to agree Frankly
with you on that
I agree entirely with I think we are in I agree in principle, but To be quite frank
your point of view agreement on that
I am in total agreement I think you are right I agree with you on the With respect
whole, but it could be
said that

Disagreement
Strong disagreement Neutral disagreement Softening neutral Tactful agreement
disagreement
I totally disagree with I really cnt agree with Im afraid I disagree with I agree up to a point, but
you you you
I dont agree at all I feel I must disagree I respect your opinion of You have a point thre but
course, however
Youre completely I cant accept your point Im sorry To a certain extent I agree
mistaken of view with you, but

Task 9. Write down the expressions you find in the previous dialogues in task 4 and task 7 in the table below.
agreement Disagreement opinion Suggestion

Task 10. Have you ever debated something with your friend or a group of people? Do you know the techniques
on debating? Read and study the explanation below to know more about the techniques on debating.

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Techniques on Debating
There are several formats of debating. However, Australian debating format is considered
as a friendlier format for the beginner. This is because it does not have intervention between
speeches (or Points of Information, POI). Speaking time is 7 minutes for substantive speeches and
5 minutes for reply speeches.
Affirmative Negative
1st speaker (7 minutes) 1st speaker (7 minutes)

2nd speaker (7 minutes) 2nd speaker (7 minutes)

3rd speaker (7 minutes) 3rd speaker (7 minutes)

Reply (5 minutes) Reply (5 minutes)

AFFRMATIVE NEGATIVE
Prime minister/1st speaker Leader of Opposition/1st speaker
Establish a context (background) Give an opening statement
State the motion Ask questions regarding the definition, if there is
Explain the link from the motion to the definition anything unclear, state the assumptions
Describe the full definition and its parameters State the negotiation
and disclaimers Outline what the 1st and 2nd speakers are going to
Outline what the first speaker and second say
speaker are going to say Refute the 1st speaker of the affirmative
Elaborate his/her speech Elaborate his/her speech
Sum up his/her speech Sum up his/her speech
Deputy Prime Minister/2nd speaker Deputy Leader of Opposition/2nd speaker
Clarify the debate, reaffirm the teams stance Clarify the debate, reaffirm the teams stance
Refute the 1st speaker of the negative Refute the 2nd speaker of the affirmative
Elaborate his/her speech Elaborate his/her speech
Sum up his/her speech Sum up his/her speech
Government whip/ 3rd speaker Opposition whip/ 3rd speaker
Clarify the debate, reaffirm the teams Stance Clarify the debate, reaffirm the teams Stance
Deliver rebuttals against the negative team Deliver rebuttals against the affirmative team
Strengthen his/her teams case Strengthen his/her teams case
Sum up his/her speech. Sum up his/her speech

Reply (1st/ 2nd) Reply (1st/ 2nd)


Deliver a biased summary of the debates: Deliver a biased summary of the debates:
What are the major arguments supported What are the major arguments supported
or refuted by the teams? or refuted by the teams?
Compare both teams arguments Compare both teams arguments
Conclude Conclude

Element of case

Motion is a debating topic. It is normally in the form of statements. The affirmative team should support it and the
negative one should oppose it.
How to define the motion? We, as the affirmative teams, have to identify:
a. key words of the motion
b. issues related to the motion
c. the choice of philosophical or proposal debates
d. parameter and disclaimer
If you are the negative, you have to identify:
a. the current issue
b. the possible definition from the affirmative
c. negation of the possible definition
Arguments have to be relevant and logical. Answer the how and why questions of the debate.
Rebuttals are opposing statements against the opponents argument. Rebuttals also have to be relevant and logical.

Task 11. Work in groups of three to discuss the following issues. Your teacher is going to divide the class into the
affirmative and negative team.
1. The government should not increase the gasoline and fuel price.
2. Reducing plastic bags usage supports anti-global warming action.

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3. Parents have endangered their children by choosing snacks over milk.
4. A natural disaster will increase corruption in Indonesia.
5. Health is one of the benefits of love.

Task 12. You know how to debate, dont you? Now, it is time to practise debating.
Choose three of the motions below.
1. This House believes that Indonesia should not join Miss Universe contest.
2. This House believes that SMS polling is not fair.
3. This House believes that censoring films can spoil ones creativity.
4. This House regrets the development of shopping malls.
5. This House believes that women should not be allowed to work as immigrant workers.

C. Lets Read and Write


Task 13. Do you think that Indonesians have low capabilities? If so, what must we do?
You can find the answer in this reading text.
Vocational Education Must Provide Students with Life Skills
The issue of teaching life skills has recently drawn the attention of educators. The schools even vocational
schools -- throughout the country have not provided students with competitive life skills. It is high time for
education planners in this country to redefine vocational education in a comprehensive way. Labour and vocational
problems are now largely dependent on global forces. There must be integrative life planning bringing together
many aspects of people's lives, their communities, and the larger society.
First of all, vocational planning should accommodate the changing global context. Vocational school
students should know various jobs in the local and global settings. So, the vocational school curriculum should
incorporate skills to enable students to work overseas, such as midwifery, international communication services, and
computer and language skills for vocational purposes.
Second, vocational planning should put lives into a meaningful whole. Usually, it is believed that people
need to work to live. However, work alone cannot provide us with all that we want. Instead, we want a balance
between work and other life functions. Students should be advised to prioritize work according to their unique
individual, family, work, and community needs and values.
Third, vocational planning should value pluralism. As a nation with ethnic, racial, religious, and
geographic diversity, we need an educational system that promotes an understanding of differences. Expatriates and
foreign business circles in Indonesia should have an informed awareness of the sense of spirituality. It will
strengthen the employees commitment to their work.
Fourth, vocational planning should manage personal transitions and organizational changes. The most
salient characteristic of globalization is change. Employees should be knowledgeable about the potential
organizational change at the workplace. They should also be taught how to manage the process. Different
companies develop their own company culture so that students should be made familiar with those cultures. It will
help them prepare themselves to successfully manage organizational change.
In summary, above guidelines are translations of the modern approach to career development. Vocational
schooling and vocational training for graduates need to be redefined in a comprehensive and interdisciplinary way.
Various dimensions of life are pieces that when put together make a whole. So, they must be taken into
consideration.
Source: www.jakartapost.com
midwifery (kb) : kebidanan
incorporate (kkt) : menggabungkan
recently (kk) : akhir-akhir ini
redefine (kkt) : mendefinisikan ulang

Task 14. Answer the following questions. Then, discuss the answers with the class.
1. What is the main idea of paragraph 1?
2. Why should vocational planning value pluralism?
3. Why do we need an educational system that promotes an understanding of differences?
4. Why should the vocational school curriculum incorporate skills to enable students to work overseas?
5. Why do vocational schooling and vocational training for graduates need to be redefined in a comprehensive and
Interdisciplinary way?

Task 15 Check your comprehension by examining which statement is TRUE (T) and FALSE (F).
STATEMENTS T/F EVIDENCE
1. Vocational school students are prepared with competitive life
skills.
2. Interactive life planning separates the aspects of peoples life.
3. Vocational planning has accommodated the changing global
context.
4. Students have to be familiar with companies cultures.
5. Indonesian workers are able to compete with those from other
countries.

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6. We want a balance between work and other life functions.
7. Vocational schooling and vocational training for graduates
need to be redefined in a comprehensive and interdisciplinary
way.
8. The sense of spirituality is not considered in business.
9. Knowing and observing what is going on in other companies
or non-business institutions is important.
10.Vocational school students should not be exposed to various
jobs in the local and global settings.

Task 17. Study the explanation below.


Noun clauses
A noun is used as a subject or an object
A noun clause is used as a subject or an object. In other words a noun clause is used in the same ways as a noun.
Examples
(a) His story was interesting
(b) What he said was interesting
(c) I heard his story.
(d) I heard what he said
Word used to introduce noun clauses:
Question words: When, where, why, who, whom, what, which, whose, how. Whether, if, that.
Examples of noun clause which begin with question word.
1. Where does she lives. I dont know where she lives
2. When do they arrive Do you know when they arrive?
3. What did he say I couldnt hear what he said.
4. Who lives there I dont know who lives there.
5. Who is she I dont know who she is.
6. Whose are those man? I dont know who are those man.
7. What did she say? What she said surprise me.
8. What should they do? What they should do is obvious.

Task 18. Change the question in parentheses to noun clause.


1. (How old he is) I dont know _______________
2. (What was he talking about)________________was interesting.
3. (What did she say)___________wasnt true.
4. (When are they coming) Do you know__________
5. (Where did she go)__________is none of your business.

UNIT 11

FIRST OF ALL ENTER YOUR PASSWORD

When you do not know how to do or use something. What do you do ? do you ask someone to tell you how to do it
or do you find any sources available around you ? can you follow the instructions and/or the direction well ? learn
how to do that efectively in this unit.

A. Lets start

Task 1 answer these questions based on your experience


1. Have you ever sent an email ?
2. Can you explanation how to sent an email ?
B. Lets listen and speak

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Task 2 The following words will help you do Task 3-in pairs, find the meanings of these words in your
dictionarry. Then, repeat after your teacher
Words Meanings
Access
Account
Authorize (
Bar
Confirm
Confirmation
Define
Engine
Listing
Log
Navigation
primary
procced
review
Task 3 You will listen a passage explaining how to create a blog twice. Listen carefully and take notes an
important information and then answer the questions. When you have finished, compare your answer
with your classmates
1. What does the blogs name funcition ?
2. What does you do before proceeding ?
3. What does the activation link function ?
4. Why do you need to confirm your account ?
5. How do you write your first post
Task 4 Listen to the passage again and in pairs decide whether the statement is true (T) or false (F)
1. The sign-up link is at the top-left corne T/F
2. Your login name will be your user name T/F
3. You should check your email inbox for a confirmation T/F
4. You can access your profile without confirming your account T/F
5. You cannot change your password T/F

Task 5 here is a dialogue between staff members. They are talking about creating a website for their company.
Study the dialogue and then answer the questions.

Rama : you know, Im thinking about designing a website for our company. I think it is quite necessary for us.

Budi : youre right. Although our company is not a big one, it still seems to need a website, at least. For the
business purposes. But we have no one who has good command of webbing

Rama : That doesnt matter. We can learn it. Look, Ive found an article in the internet explaining how to create a
website with Yahoo! easily. Let me read the instruction. First of all, log in to Yahoo home page. Click on the
'GeoCities' link in the navigation pane to begin. Then, click the 'Sign Up Now' link. This will redirect you to
the GeoCities start page, which will ask you a series of questions that Yahoo! needs to know before you can
create your Website. Next, determine what you intend your Website for by pressing one of the buttons next to
your choice. Click on each box that indicates how you heard about GeoCities. Enter the 'Verification Key,'
which is the letters and numbers that appear in the displayed image. Click 'Submit' once you are done. After
that, click the 'Build Website Now' button to create your site using Yahoo's Sitebuilder application. This
program helps you create your Website even if you have no experience with coding or programming. Finally,
click the 'Submit' button once you've finished making changes with Sitebuilder, and your Website will reflect
the changes you've made.

Budi : Wow. I think we can do it.

Questions

1. What is Rama thinking about?


2. Does Budi agree with him?
3. What did Rama find from the internet?
4. Are they going to design a website for their company?
5. In the form of what does the verification key appear?

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Task 6. Read to the dialogue again. In pairs, decide whether the statement is TRUE (T) or FALSE (F). Give
your reason.
STATEMENTS T/F REASONS
6. Rama and Budi work in a big company.
7. The company has an expert in the webbing field.
8. The Sign In link is to redirect to Geocities start page
9. There is a series of questions that will be asked by Yahoo.
10. They need experience in coding and programming to design a website
with Yahoo.

Task 7 In pairs, study the following explanation.

In this unit, you have learnt how to give instructions by using transitional signals and
imperative forms.
a. Transitional signals/sentences connectors
*Firstly, Then, Finally,
Secondly, Next,
Thirdly, After that,
First of all, Later,
*One First First
Two Second Then
Three Third Next
Four Fourth After that
Finally
b. Imperative form
Imperative sentences are used to tell people how to do things to give instructions. To do so, start the instructions
with the infinitive.
Study these sentences.
First of all, you log in to Yahoo! home page.
Then, you click the 'Sign Up Now' link.
In the imperative form, you remove the subject of the sentence so that those sentences will be:
Log in to Yahoo home page.
Click the 'Sign Up Now' link.

C. Lets Read and Write

Task 8. This text is a manual to use the facsimile (fax) machine. Can you use this machine? Find out the steps
by reading this text and then answer the questions to check your comprehension.
HOW TO USE THE FACSIMILE MACHINE
Firstly, check the fax machine plug. After you check the fax machine power supply, check to make sure
that its telephone cord is plugged into a phone jack. Then, insert the document that you want to fax into the
"outgoing" fax tray. Although the machine differs, there will usually be an icon or picture directing the user where
to place the outgoing document. Most fax machines require the user to insert the documents face down, but check
your specific machine.
Next, dial the phone number to which you wish to send the document. In some offices, you may need to
dial a number such as "9" for an outside line. You may also need to include the area or country code. After that, wait
for the receiving fax machine to "answer." You will hear a sound like a computer modem: a series of high-pitched
squeals and static-like noises. Depending on your fax machine, you may have to press the "Start" button to send
your fax, or your model may automatically start sending the fax by itself.
Later, look at the fax machine display console. It shows if pages have gone through successfully or if you
need to resend a fax due to an error. Generally, when a fax has gone through successfully the machine will beep or
display a "success" message.
Then, stock your fax machine with plenty of paper in the "incoming" fax tray. If you receive a fax, it
instantly prints on the paper provided. Even if it is out of paper, your fax machine will keep received faxes in its
memory, and it will print them when you finally stock the machine with paper. Finally, note whether your fax
machine has its own dedicated phone line. If so, it should receive faxes automatically. If you use one phone line for
both your fax machine and a regular telephone, you may need to press "Start" to process an incoming fax. You can
recognize an incoming fax easily; if you pick up the phone, you will hear the same modem sounds as when you are
sending a fax.

Questions
1. What do you have to do first when you want to use a fax machine?
2. Where do you insert the document you want to fax?
3. Which part of the machine shows you whether the fax is successfully sent or not?
4. Which kind of machine receives faxes automatically?

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5. How do you recognize an incoming fax?

Vocabulary
automatically (kk) : secara otomatis plug (kb) : steker
console (kb) : panel plug (kkt) : mencocokkan steker
cord (kb) : kabel require (kkt) : memerlukan
include (kkt) : mencakup squeal (kb) : lengkingan
jack (kb) : stop kontak tray (kb) : wadah

Task 9. Complete the paragraph using appropriate sentence connectors


These are the steps to operate your Microsoft Windows XP computer
(1)_____________, switch on `your computer. Wait for the Microsoft windows XP desktop to appear.
(2)______________ click the START button on the buttom. Left corner hand task bar, select the PROGRAM and
click. (3)_____________, the Ms Word screen will appear. (4)____________, you can start typing.
To save a document or a file, you can follow these stapes: (5) ____________, select and click FILE in the
upper-left hand corner task bar. Then select SAVE as if you want to save the file for the first time. Name the file and
(6)____________, click the SAVE button.
Now, after you have finished working with your computer, you may trun it off by doing the following
steps. (7)_____________, save your work. (8)____________ click the CLOSE button. (9)___________ click
START and select TURN OFF button. (10)____________, the computer will end its program.

Task 10. Work in groups of four, Complete the missing instructions in each sentence use the words in the box.
Then rewrite it
# pump # put # press # ride
# spread # remove # rub
# take # locate # escape
How to mend the puncture
(1)______the cause of the puncture e.g. : nail, (2)________The value to let air of inner tube (3) the outer tire off
(4)_______the tube and (5)________it. (6)_______the tube slowly under the water. Air bubbles indicate the
position of the puncture. (7)_______the tube out of water and (8)________and the punctured area (9)_______with
cloth. Clean it with sand paper. (10)______rubber gum over the punctured area and place a patch over it. (11)_____
down hard and let it dry. Pump up the tube again, check the air doesnt (12)______from the punctured area. Let air
out. Put the tube back into the tire. Put tire back on the rim.(13)______the tube. The bicycle is ready for(14)______.

Task 11 Today, global warming issues are very popular. Everyone wants to do something to save the
environment. Recycling paper is a good start to make a better condition. Here are sentences that will
explain about recycling paper. Arrange them into a good order. Then, compare your work with your
classmates.
a. Then, soak paper pieces in enough water for at least 5 minutes.
b. Blend until the paper and water becomes a thick paste.
c. First of all, cut or tear paper into small pieces.
d. Take the paste from the blender and strain most of the water from the paper.
e. After that, boil the water and paper pieces on a stove for at least 15 minutes.
f. While boiling the water and paper, stir every 1 or 2 minutes to make sure all the paper is evenly softened.
g. Add glue to the paste to make a structure.
h. After the boiling process, put the paper and water in a strainer and strain all the hot water out.
i. Then, spread the pulp on a cookie sheet and flatten with a rolling pin to desired thickness and use a sponge to soak
up excess water.
j. Next, scoop the paper into a blender and add just enough water to cover the paper.
k. Finally, leave dry for at least one day.

Vocabulary
blend (kkt) : mencampur soak (kkt) : merendam
boil (kkt) : merebus spread (kkt) : menyebarkan
paste (kb) : adonan stir (kkt) : mengaduk
pulp (kb) : bubur kertas strain (kkt) : mengeringkan
rolling pin (kb) : pemipih adonan tear (kkt) : menyobek
scoop (kkt) : mencedok

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UNIT 12
ASKING FOR AND GIVING SUGESSTION AND ADVICE

In our live, we meet people who ask for and give suggestion. On the other hand, we meet people who accept and
refuse suggestions. If someone asks your suggestion (for instance; your friend is not well, what do you say? And
whats your suggestion if your friend is very angry.

A. Lets Start
Task 1. Repeat and practice the following questions and answers.
1. I dont want to get up late.
You should go to bed early
2. I want to get good marks.
You should study hard.
3. I want to go to school earlier than yesterday.
You can borrow my motorbike.
4. I have got a headache.
You should drink medicine.

B. Lets Listen and Speak


Task 2. Listen to the teachers and complete the replies.
1. A : I have a headache
B : You________ the doctor
2. A : I got flu
B : why________ an aspirin
3. A : Im broke
B : ________
4. A : I got bad mark in English
B : you ________ harder
5. A : Im bored
B : How about _________ to the mountain
6. A : Im going out tonight, but I havent got anything to wear
B : ________ Blue dress
7. A : I feel tired

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B : ________
8. A : Im hungry
B : _______ ?
9. A : ________
B : You should buy the new one.
10.A : Im too fat
B : ________ on a diet.

Task 3. Study these expressions.


A. Asking for Suggestions.
Some expressions which can be used in asking for suggestions
Shall we
Do you suggest we
What Would you like to Do tonight?
Do you want to
Can we
Where Do you fancy Going at the weekend?
B. Making and giving suggestions
What about
How about
Do you fancy Going to the picture?
Do you fell like
Shall we
Lets
Why dont we Spend the weekend in Brighten?
Why not
I suggest we
Would you like to

C. Accepting Suggestion
Good idea
Thats a marvellous idea
Yes, That would be nice
That seems all right

D. Rejecting Suggestions
No I cant
I dont think so
I dont think I can
I dont really feel like (going to the picture)
Well Im not sure, I dont really like (food rice)
Very much
Id rather not, if you dont mind
E. Asking for advice
Do you think I should/ought to sell it?
What should I? e.g. Your mobile phone needs a newLCD. You are not sure
What would you advise me to do? whether it might be better to sell it and buy a new one. You ask
Can/could you give me some advice on/about. the phone technician.
What would you do (in my position)?
Extremely formal
Well, I would appreciate your advice on how to e.g. At your monthly departmental
deal with our new project. meeting, you want some advice from
Could I ask for your/some advice on/about ? your boss.
What course of action would you recommend ?
F. Giving advice
I think you should/ought to .
Youd better ..
Why dont you .
If I were you, Id think twice about/before .
Its up to you but I wouldnt

Task 4. Take a look at the following dialogue. See how people express their suggestions, advice, acceptances, and
refusals. Then underlined them and practice it.
Dialogue -1
1. Situation : A husband and wife are talking at breakfast.
Wife : darling, the hair-dryer I bought yesterday isnt working.

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What do you think I should do about it ?
Husband : why dont you try taking it back to the store ?
Wife : well, I was thinking of that, but dont you think you could look at it first ?
Husband : o.k., but not now. Maybe later.

2. situation : A student is talking with her advisor.


Student : Mrs. Wilson, what do you think I should do about
My chemistry class ? should I drop it or continue with it ?
Mrs. Wilson : I think it would be a good idea to talk with your instructor. Try talking with her about the problems,
And see what she suggests.
Student : what if she says I should continue with the class ?
Mrs. Wilson : then follow her advice. She doesnt want to fail you.

3.
Eko : what shall we do tonight ?
Puput : why dont we go to the cineme ?
Eko : well. Im not sure. I dont really like it very much
Puput : well, what do you suggest then ?
Eko : how, about going out for a meal?
Puput : I dont think thats a good idea.
Eko : all right. How about going to the pub?
Puput : okay, Id prefer to go dancing, if you dont mind.
Eko : thats okay. Why dont we fo to a restaurant afterwards ?
Puput : yes, thats a marvellous idea.

C.Lets read and Write


Task 5. Read the text carefully and answer the questions that follow.
Giving Suggestion and Advice (How to Improve your English)
English in the language of international communication in many areas of life: trade, tourism, air and sea
transport, sport and entertainment. English is needed for working in offices and factories or studying at universities
and colleges. English is necessary for success in life. Thats why every vocational student is required to learn
English, but its a pity that most of them hardly know how to learn engish effectively.
One of them asks me: can you suggest how I could improve our English? here is my answer. But be sure that
this answer is just some advice I could suggest.
You should try to guess things. If you do not know the meaning of a word or sucture, try to work it out for
Yourself. Dont worry if you are wrong. You will never learn if you never make mistakes.
You should try to communicate. If you are in English classroom, try to express your feeling. Ideas or
thoughts in English. In short, you should try to speak English as much as possible. if you try to say something to
somebody, you will learn the language naturally.
You should try to practice a lot. It is not enough just to use English in class: lsten to English or write
English whenever you can-radio programes-films, magazines, anything in English. Even talk to yourself in English
while you are doing other things.
You should try to pay attention. You must listen carefully to what people say and you must try to work out
the vocabulary and structures and their reasons for speaking. If it is possible, try to mix with students from other
countries. This will help you with your English, and will also show you how important English is for international
communication.
Questions.
1. Why do you think English is the language of international communication?
2. Why is every vocational school required to learn English?
3. What does it mean by saying you should try to guess things?
4. What does the word me refers to ? And what suggestion does he ask him?
5. What are your advantages when you mix with students from other countries?

Task 6. Read the following passage. Write T if the answers is true, F If the answers is false, NC if the
answers is not clear.
After lunch, Professor Archer goes back to his hotel to prepare his lecture. But, he cant find his briefcase. He
goes down to the hotel reception to ask for help. He tells to the receptions that hes lost his briefcase. The reception
says,you should call the police? and he accepts the idea.
1. Professor archer goes back to his hotel after dinner.
2. He goes back to find his briefcase.
3. He has booked the hotel for a week
4. The reception suggests professor archer to call the police.
5. professor says,why not?
6. He refuses the receptions suggestion.
7. Professor Archer is a doctor
8. The police office is near from hotel
9. Professor goes back to prepare his lecture

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10. The briefcase was found.

Task 7. Choose A, B, C or D that should be corrected or rewritten.


a. let go and stay with my son in bandung
A B C D
2. I think that is good idea
A B C D
3. Well, I am not sure, I am not like it very much
A B C D
4. You had better go to see the doctor soon if you are serious sick
A B C D
5. You should practice you muscle more of ten.
A B C D
6. If I am you. I would buy a new car.
A B C D
7. Why not asks him to meet us at the station
A B C D

8. Would you like to go to fish today


A B C

9. Youd better hungry up or you are late.


A B C D
10. Lests not to stay too long. Im feeling rather tired
A B C D
Task 8. Study the explanation below.
1. The same as and the same (they have the same meaning, but the same as is used between the two nouns
being compared, and the same is used after the two nouns or a plural noun).
Examples: * Bogor is the same an ungaran
* Bogor and ungaran are the same

2. Similar to and similar (they have the same meaning, but similar to is used between the two nouns or a
plural noun)
Examples: * Surabaya is similar to Medan
* Surabaya and Medan are similar

3. Like and alike (they have the same meaning, but likeis used between the two nouns compared and alike is
used after the two nouns)
Examples: * The weather feels like spring
*The weather and spring are alike

4. Specific similarity
a). the same as for quality nouns (age,color,height,length,price,size,style,weight)
Examples: - Ujung Pandang is almost the same size as Semarang.
b). as as for quality adjectives (big, cheap, clear, cold, easy, expensive, heard, heavy, hot, large, light,
little, long, old, short, small, tall, young,etc.
Examples: - miras house is as big as mine.

5. Different and different from (they have the same meaning, but different from is used between the two
nouns being compared, and different is used after the two nouns).
Examples: - My sister is different from you
- My sister and I are different

6. To differ from (it is a verb)


Examples: - jogyakarta differs from Jakarta

7. Comparative estimates
a). multiple numbers (half, twice, three times, four times, ten times etc)
Examples: - Semarang is three times as big as ungaran
b). more than and less than
Example: - Palembang has more than a hundred good buildings.
c). as many as
Example: - my town should have as may as a hundred public telephones.

8. Comparative and Superlative Adjectives


There are three ways to form the comparative and superlative of adjective in English.
a. Using er and est (one syllable)
Positive Comparative Superlative

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Long Longer Longest
Young Younger Youngest
Large Larger Largest
Deep Deeper Deepset
Big Bigger Biggest
Small Smaller Smallest
nice Nicer Nicest

b. Using more and :most (two syllables)


Positive Comparative Superlative
Beautiful More beautiful Most beautiful
Interesting More interesting Most interesting
Necessary More necessary Most necessary
Famous More famaus Most famous
Useful More useful Most useful
Difficult More difficult Most difficult

c. The words consist of two syllables and its end with some ow, -le, -r, -y (add er and est)
Positive Comparative Superlative
Handsome Handsomer (bbh) Handsomest (ter/paling
Wholesome Wholesomer (lbh) Handsomest
Narrow Narrower Narrowest
Noble Nobler Noblest
Clever Cleveres Cleverest
Happy Happler Haplest
Note
Remember some irregular adjectives
bad / worse / the wost worst
good-well / better / the best best
far / farther / the farthest farthest
far / further / the furthest furthest
little / less / the least lestst
many much / more / the most

Eg. My father is a as tall as my brother


The girls are more beautiful than artist
I am the most fat girl in this world

Task 9. Put the adjectives in brackets into the comparative or superlative form.
1. Nina is (tall) than his brother
2. Her pen is (good) than yours
3. Anita is (popular) than her sister
4. This exercise is (easy) than that one
5. The food in maju restaurant is (delicious) that the food in suka restaurant
6. Dedi is (intelligent) boy in his family
7. My sister Aniis (young) child in my family
8. Diana is (clever) students is our class
9. Tina is (pretty) girl in this neighbourhood
10. Linda is (beautiful) girl in our class.

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UNIT 13

Expressing Necessity and Obligation

A. Lets start
Task 1 listen to your teacher reading these statement and repeat after him/her.

1. I must study hard


2. I must be here on time
3. I mustnt walk on that grass.

B. Lets Listen and Speak


Task 2 listen to your teacher reading the dialogue, while you listening complete the blank spaces you complete
the dialogue. In pairs, please act them in front of the class
1. A: Okay. Heres your prescription
B: Thank you.
A: Now________ follow the direction on the label
: __________ take one tablet three times a day
B: I understand. One tablet three times a day
A: Thats right. And one more thing.________ feel tired after taking this medicine
B: Oh?
A: Yes, but __________ thats a common side effect.
B: I see, well thanks very much
2. A: By the way. __________
B: Its almost six
A: Six? I didnt realize it was so late.

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B: I didnt either
A: Ive really _________.
__________ catch my bus.
B: Oh. Youd better hurry. __________

Task 3 study these alternative language


1. a. - what time is it c.- I have to
- Do you have the time - Ive got to
- do you know what time it is? - I need to

b. - Ive (really) got to go now d.-(Ill) see you soon / later / tomorrow/next week
- Ive really got to going now
- Id (really) better to go now
- I have to / Ive got to run
- I have to / Ive got to get going

C. Lets Read and Write


Task 4. Read and understand the text below. Then answer the questions that follow.
EDUCATION IS NECESSARY AND OBLIGATORY
Life in madern world demands preparation today all individuals in every country are required to have
adequate education. They must prepare them selves for their work. The must have professional abilities to do their
jobs. They must have responsibilities a citizens as well bas firm loyalities to their own countries.
Thats why national leaders every where are placing more emphasis on the education of the young nad so are
those in our country govemment official, farents and teachers are now working hard to provide our children with the
best preparation. They are malking a great effort to improve the quality of our human resources throught the
program of compulsory education.
Our children must also have equal opportunity to receive education. The children of the rich, the workers or
farmers can go to university and anlain a degres. They must grow up and because skilled and educated peope.
Again, we all realize the member of educated people we pruduce.
1. Answer these questions
1.) What does everybody do to life in the future?
2.) What are our national leaders doing to realize all these hope?
3.) Until what age do our children have to attend compulsory education?
4.) What preparation must everybody have for their johs?
5.) What does the world they in the last paragraph refer to?
2. Now if these statements are true (T) or false (F) in your opinion
1. T-F We are certain that good citizen must be responsible and loyal to their own country.
2. T-F If we want develop our nation; we must place education as the first priorily.
3. T-F The streght of one nation depend on the number people who life in the country.
4. T-F The program copmpulsory education is the way to improve the quality of human resources
5. T-F Every child must have equal opportunity the recierve education except the children of the poor.

Task 5 study the explanation below


These expressions used in expressing necessity and obligation:
Must is used to say that something is necessary to be done. Whereas mustnt (i.e. must not) is used to say that
something allowed to be done.
Examples:
* You must go now or youll be late
* She mustnt say such a thing to older people. It is impolite.
* Its necessary for you to be here on time
- You must be here on time
- You have to submit the report by June 1
- You need not come to the meeting I think.
* Its necessary for you to be here before the boss comes
- We must be here before the boss comes
Must / have to / have got to + infinitive
It is necessary (for me) to + infinitive

Task 6 these sentences can be written in three different ways. Try to do it. Number one has been done for you.
1. Its necessary for us to pass this examination.

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- We must pass this examination
- We have to pass this examination
- We have got to pass this examination
2. its necessary for the children to clean their teeth
3. its necessary for us to take care of our health
4. its necessary for everybody to get regular exercise.
5. its necessary for Mr. Morgan to stop smoking
6. its necessary for Mary to go the party
7. Must is stronger than have to and indicates urgency or stresses importance.
Do not have to: lack of necessity
Must not: prohibition
e.g. They have attend the Friday fresh at 7 sharp
The leader must be a model
She doesnt have to work overtime if she can finish her work now.
You mustnt tell anyone what I said
Must is stronger than have to and indicates urgency or stresses importance.
e.g.: They have to attend the Friday Fresh at 7 sharp.
The leader must be a model.
do not have to = lack of necessity
must not = prohibition
e.g.: She doesnt have to work overtime if she can finish her work now.
You mustnt tell anyone what I said.

Task 7 Complete the sentences with expressions using must, must not, have to, do
not have to.
1. A: Ana has to leave for Jakarta tomorrow.
B: What time exactly __________?
2. A: Why are you in a hurry?
B: I have a meeting in five minutes. I _________ go now.
3. A: We havent got much time.
B: We ___________ hurry.
4. A: Weve got plenty of time.
B: We ___________ hurry.
5. You __________ forget to take your key with you.
6. In order to be a good salesclerk, you __________ be rude to a customer.
7. A person __________ become rich and famous in order to live a successful life.
8. A person __________ get married in order to lead a happy and fulfilling life.
9. A: Did you get up early this morning?
B: No. Its my day off, so I __________.
10. A: Tomy went to the police station.
B: Why did __________?

Good Luck (Lisa 02)

Listening script
Unit 1 Talking about daily activities, hobbies and interest

Task 2.
1. A : What do you usually do on your time ?

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B : I usually go Fishing .
2. A : Whats your favorite sport ?
B : I like Playing football in the afternoon .)
3. A : Whats your hobby ?
B : My hobbies are Listening to music and reading
4. A : Do you like Swimming ?
B : yes, I go to the swimming pool every Sunday
4. A : What sport Do you like best
B : I like surfing. It is exciting.

Task 3.
I am Indonesian and I am sixteen years old.
My hobbies are 1 Listening to music and collecting Beatles CDs
I very interested 2 in sports : especially 3 Football and tennis
I 4 Would like to write to boys in England and South America. 5 Can you help me?

Unit 2 Guest handling

Task 3 Page

Mr Apryan Siregar has an appointment with Mr Fahrur Assegaf. Fitri, Mr Assegafs secretary, serves Mr Siregar first.
Good morning, Sir. Can I help you? Fitri greets the guest. Good morning. I am Apryan Siregar and I have an appointment
with Mr Assegaf at 10 this morning, the guest says. Yes, Sir. But Mr Assegaf is still having a guest right now. He told me that
he would be with you in a few minutes. Please have a seat, Sir. Fitri says.

Thank you, Mr Siregar says. Then, Fitri offers Mr Siregar to have some drink, Would you like to have some drink, Sir?

Tea, coffee or soft drink? Uhm... Id like to have something fresh, please. I get rather thirsty.

My pleasure, Sir. Ill bring you some fresh coke. Thank you. Fitri brings Mr Siregar some fresh coke, and then contacts Mr
Assegaf. Excuse me, Sir. Mr Siregar is waiting for you in my room now. He said that he has an

appointment with you at 10 this morning. Yes, Fitri. Please send him into my room now, Mr Assegaf asks. Mr Siregar, Mr
Assegaf is expecting to meet you now. Please come this way. Fitri serves him up. Thank you. Mr Siregar says.

Unit 3 Could I take your massage, please?

Task 4

Dona is a (1) new secretary in our company. One day, the telephone rang and she answered it. May I (2) speak to Mr Aji
Danuarta, please? a caller said. Who is (3) speaking, please? Dona asked.

Mr Alan Bagio, the caller said. Dona put her hand over the mouthpiece and spoke to Mr Danuarta. Its Mr Alan Bagio, Sir,
she said. He wants to speak to you. What again! Mr Danuarta exclaimed. He wants to (4) sell us those (5) typewriters,
doesnt he? Yes, Sir, Dona said. He (6) called yesterday and he rang up (7) ten times last week, added Dona.

We dont (8) need new typewriters. I told him that yesterday, Mr Danuarta said. What shall I (9) say, Sir? Dona asked.

Say that (10) Im very busy and dont want to be bothred, Mr Danuarta said. Dona spoke into the receiver. Mr Bagio, she
said, Im afraid you cant speak to Mr Danuarta now. Mr Danuarta says that hes very busy and doesnt want to be bothered

Unit 4 I have to send this message

Task 3 Listen to the following dialogue.


1. A: Can we talk on telephone in impolite manner?
B: No, you have to talk on telephone politely in a good language.
2. A: Can we talk as long as we want?
B: Of course not. We have to keep our voice at a conversational level.
3. A: How can we catcth the feeling of the person I am talking with?
B: The person you are talking with can catch your feeling from your voice.
4. A: Can our listener guess the expression of our face?
B: Yes, they can learn your feeling although they are far away from you.
5. A: What makes good impression while talking on telephone?
B: Your voice makes good impression on your telephone contact.

Unit 5 Where did you go?

Task 3

TRIUMPHANT BIKER RETURNS

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If Nick Sanders looks tired, it was because he has just been on a very long journey all around the world. Nick
successfully completed the Mobil Challenge and became the fastest person ever to circle the globe overland on a motor vehicle.
He travelled 29,000 kms across four continents in less than thirty-two days.

The route included the UK, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania,
Bulgaria, Turkey, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the USA, Portugal, and Spain
twenty-one countries in all.

Nick drove a regular production model Triumph Daytona motorcycle, but he took a lot of high-tech equipment along
with him. IBM supplied him with a ThinkPad computer and a wireless telephone link so that he could connect to the Internet.
And he had a Panasonic digital camera so that he could send pictures of his trip to a website at night. Guinness monitored his
progress with a Global Positioning System unit on the bike. It relayed his position to a satellite every hour.

Task 4
A. Why did you go to the cinema?
B. Why did he go to the drugstore?
C. Why did she go to the post office?
D. Why did the students go to the library?
E. Why did you go to the storeroom?

Unit 6 Im going to have a meeting on Monday


Task 3
1.A: Which movie are we going to watch?
B: How about Endless Love?
A: Fine. Ill get two tickets for us.
2.A: Will Nuri be home this evening?
B:. I dont think so. I guess shell be working late at the office.
3. A: What is Febri doing?
B: He is checking and counting the goods right now. He will send them tomorrow.
4.A: How high is the fine building right now?
B: It is 15 meters height, Sir.
A: When will it probably be finished?
B: If the plans run well, it probably will be finished in two months.
5. A: Will you come dinner with me tonight?
B: Im afraid, I cant. I have to finish my report tonight and must submit it tomorrow morning.
A: Dont worry. Ill help you to finish it. Then, we can go to our favourite restaurant tonight.
B: That sounds good. Youll be my hero tonight.
Review 1
1. Woman: What do you do, Mr Fauzi?
Man : Im the person in charge who keeps and examines business accounts.
2. Man : Could I speak to Mr Assegaf?
Woman: Just a moment, please. Ill check if hes free.
3. Man : What can I do for you, Maam?
Woman: I need a new LCD for my mobile phone.
4. Woman: Are you ready to order, Sir?
Man : Yes. Id like a plate of fried rice and a large omelette please.
5. Man : Hows the room, Maam?
Woman: Im pleased with the room. Its very comfortable.
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Woman : Good morning. Nusa Indah Gallery.
Man : Good morning. Id like to speak to Mr Pratama.
Woman : Whos speaking please?
Man : Nyoman Agung from Pustaka Denpasar.
Woman : Hold on, please. Ill put you through.
Man : Thank you.
Woman : Im sorry, Sir. The line is busy. Would you like to wait or call again later?
Man : I prefer to call again later. Thank you.
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Woman: Id like to book a room, please.
Man : Certainly, Sir. When would you like to stay?
Woman : On August 14, if its possible.
Man : Would you like a single or double bed room
Women : A single is fine

Unit 7 I am a webmaster
Task 3 Passage 1

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Fitri works for Marvell Company as a secretary. She graduated from a secretarial college. She is known as a good secretary. She
writes business letters and reports well. She also files in-coming and out-going letters in order. She makes appointments and
arranges her boss agenda. She never complains about her work. Fitris boss says that she is diligent, helpful, and dependable.

Passage 2

Bambang is a waiter in a famous restaurant. He just completed his degree in a hotel and tourism school. He always serves
customers in a friendly way. He offers the menu, takes the orders, and brings the food to the customers. He also gives the bill to
them. The customers are always satisfied with his service and give him extra tips. Bambangs hard work brings himself to get an
award as The Best Employee of the Year in the restaurant.

Passage 3

Tia is an accountant. She graduated from a university and majored in accounting. She works for a developed company. She is
always busy making financial reports of the company. She is so meticulous that she never makes any mistake in her work. She
never delays doing her work and always finishes it before the deadline. Sometimes, she has to work late until 10 p.m. She is
really a kind of perfectionist.

Task 4
Here is a dialogue between Dhimas and Ilham. They are talking about a kind of job they will have after they graduate from
school.
Dhimas : What kind of job would you like to get after your graduation, Ham?
Ilham : I dont know. I havent thought about it yet. Can you help me choose my future job?
Dhimas : I think we have to start thinking about what things you like very much.
Ilham : Good idea. I like delicious food, of course.
Dhimas : Hahaha Okay, if you like eating and cooking delicious food, you may take cooking as your job. You
will work for a hotel or a restaurant. You can even make a new recipe.
Ilham : That sounds nice but I dont like cooking. Let me see I think I like writing, too.
Dhimas : You can become someone who hunts for news and writes about it in a newspaper. Or you can write
stories and publish them as novels.
Ilham : Can you tell me a more challenging and adventurous job?
Dhimas : If you love the sky, have good health, and arent afraid of height, you can fly an airplane.
Ilham : Umm.. I think I cant decide my future job now. Buthow about you, Dhimas? What do you want to be?
Dhimas : I want to be someone who works for a company and deals with the company s financial matters. I want to be
responsible for the companys financial reports and the one who tells the company whether it is making or losing
money.
Ilham : Cool
Unit 8 Giving invitations and compliments
Task 3
1. A: What a beautiful garden you have!
B: Thank you. I like gardening very much. And i spend a lot of time looking after it
2. A: Its really delicious. You are are a great cook.
B: thank you. I spent the whole afternoon preparing all of these. I tried to do my best of course.
3. A: Would you like to come to our wedding party on Sunday?
B: Thats a wonderful news i certainly. Well heres to both of you.
4. A: could you come and meet my parents
B: Oh, thanks. Id love to.
5. A: Is that your book?
B: Yes , Would you like to write it?
Unit 9 Lets go shopping (shopping and bagainning)
Task 3 How to shop wisely

When you go shopping,(1) remember these! always make a list .(2) before you go And buy only (3) the tings on
the list-. Try to bargain if you are shopping (4) at the traditional market. (5) Dont spend money on things you dont need. Never
go shopping for food (6)when you are hungry Always pay in cash, too. Be sure that (7) You can afford
what you buy. If you use a credit card all the time, (8) you may soon find yourself in debt. And always find out how much
something costs (9) before you buy it. Does the price include the Value Added Tax, for example?

Task 4 Listening material

Most people like to go shopping in supermarkets, which have importan role in retailing product and merchandise.
Supermarkets have large and brightly open rooms which have a wide selection of goods and popular products.

Tthe merchandise is displayed on the shelves for customers to select and servr themselves. Supermarkets also offer
competitive price, much discount and good service.

Unit 10 I agree with you

Task 3
Dialogue 1

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Erik : Trisno, don't you think you should take a vacation? Even one or two days would be fine.
Trisno : No way. There's too much work.
Erik : But you look so exhausted. You need a break!
Trisno : I know. My chances would be better if they would hire more people.
Erik : They won't hire more people?
Trisno : No. They always want to keep the cost down. I am really overwhelmed with a heavy workload.
Erik : Maybe you should talk to the manager.
Trisno : Yes. I'm going to bring this up in tomorrow's meeting.
Dialogue 2
Rita doesn't like her roommate because she always makes loud noises.
Ratih : So, how is your new roommate?
Rita : She really turns me off.
Ratih : What happened?
Rita : She always makes loud noises at midnight and when I remind her, she always
makes rude remarks.
Ratih : Why don't you have a heart to heart chat with her?
Rita : I tried, but it didn't work.
Ratih : But how many times did you try?
Rita : At least three times. I guess I'm going to complain to the manager. I hope she
can be evicted

Unit 11 First of all enter your pasword

HOW TO CREATE YOUR BLOG THROUGH WORDPRESS.COM


Firstly, choose a name for your blog. It will define your blog, and can get picked up by the search engines easily. After
that, log onto WordPress.com, click on the "Sign Up" link at the top-right corner, and choose your login name. This will be your
username to set up your account. You'll need to enter your email address, and review the terms and conditions before proceeding.
Click "Gimme a blog!" to accept. Then, enter the title for your blog and select the primary language your blog will be written in.
Decide if you want the blog to show up on search engine listings and check the box accordingly. Click "Signup" when finished.
Next, check your email inbox for a confirmation. This will include an activation link that will authorize your account and make
your blog active. You'll need to click on this link to confirm your account. Finally, update your profile. You can access this page
after confirming your account through the email link. You can also change your password here if you need to. To write your first
post, use the navigation bar at the top of the page to learn which areas of the blog you can work on and control. You can write
your first post by clicking on the "Write" tab in top left of the screen.

Unit 12 Asking for and giving suggesstion and advice.

Task 2
1. A : I have a headache
B : You should go to the doctor
2. A : I got flu
B : why dont you take an aspirin
3. A : Im broke
B : Take an extra work
4. A : I got bad mark in English
B : you should study harder
5. A : Im bored
B : How about going to the mountain
6. A : Im going out tonight, but I havent got anything to wear
B : What about your Blue dress
7. A : I feel tired
B : You should have a rest
8. A : Im hungry
B : How about going to the canteen
9. A : I lost my dictionary.
B : You should buy the new one.
10.A : Im too fat
B : You should may go on a diet.

Unit 13 Expressing necessity and obligation

Task 2
1. A: Okay. Heres your prescription
B: Thank you.
A: Now be sure to follow the direction on the label
: You must take one tablet three times a day
B: I understand. One tablet three times a day
A: Thats right. And one more thing. You might feel tired after taking this medicine
B: Oh?
A: Yes, but dont worry thats a common side effect.
B: I see, well thanks very much
2. A: By the way. What time is it?
B: Its almost six
A: Six? I didnt realize it was so late.

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B: I didnt either
A: Ive really got to go now. I have to catch my bus.
B: Oh. Youd better hurry. See you soon.

Review 2

This dialogue is for number 1 5


Manager : Could you please up-date my agenda, Ms Retno?
Secretary : With pleasure, Sir.
Manager : Id like to have a general check up on next Friday.
Secretary : What time, Sir?
Manager : Its about nine.
Secretary : What about your schedule on Monday, Sir?
Manager : Ohyeah. Im going to have meetings with Jayagiris Board on Monday and Tuesday at 9 sharp. Secretary : Where is
it going, Sir?
Manager : At Antasari Hotel.
Secretary : Anything else, Sir?
Manager : Ill play golf with Mr Harahap and Mr Sanusi on Saturday morning.
Then, for Saturday night, please book me a table for dinner in Kapuas
Resto at 7.
Secretary : Yes, Sir. You dont have any actual agenda on Wednesday and
Thursday, do you?
Manager : Hmmactually, I plan to supervise our branch offices in Balikpapan.
Secretary : Do you want me to make a flight reservation, Sir?
Manager : Yes, please. Thats very kind of you.
Secretary : My pleasure, Sir.

This text is for number 6 10


ALBERT EINSTEIN
Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany, on March 14th, 1879. He grew up in Germany, Italy, and Switzerland.
Einstein taught himself geometry when he was 12 years old. School made him bored because it required endless memorizing and
reciting. He often skipped classes to study on his own or to play his violin.
Einstein made many theories on Physics, but the most famous theory is about atomic energy. Einstein said that matter
and energy is the same thing. He expressed this relation in a famous equation: E=mc2. This equation says that energy (E) equals
mass (m) times the speed of light squared (c2). Energy can therefore be changed into matter, and matter into energy. The ability
to turn matter into energy led to the development of the atomic bomb and nuclear power. Einsteins theories made him famous,
even though few people understood them. He became a university professor and director of a physics institute in Berlin,
Germany. After the Nazis rose to power in Germany, Einstein left. In 1933, he came to the United States, where he lived the rest
of his life. Einstein died in Princeton, New Jersey, on April 18, 1955.

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