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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

GRADE X
UNIT 3
Follow The Step
A. TAKE THE OUTPUT PAPER FROM
THE PRINTER
B. PLUG THE CABLE INTO THE
SOCKET
C. CHANGE THE BATTERY
D. PRESS THE POWER BUTTON
E. HOLD THE CAMERA
F. TAKE THE CABLE OF THE SOCKET
G. INSERT THE TAB INTO THE
RECORDER
Starting Up

1. Arrange the jumbled letters into meaningful words
based on the descriptions.

1. E O N V :a type of enclosed box loke spaces used for
cooking, baking clay.
2. R I M E X : a machine by which substances are mixed.
3. I F E N K : a blade fixed in a handle used for cutting.
4. PIRINGANFY :a flat pan with a long handle used for frying food.
5. ELLDA : a large deep spoon with a long handle used for
lifting soup.
6. LETKET : a metal pot with a lid, handle, and spout used for
boiling water.
7. CUREAS : a small plate with edges curving up setting a cup
on.
8. GITREFORERORAR :an electric cupboard in which food an drink can be
kept for a time in low temperature.
3A
Let’s Cook
Jeff : Hai ,Don. how are you
doing?
Don : Pretty good, and you ?
Jeff : Not bad. Listen , Don
blake and I are going to
have dinner out his
evening. Why Don’t you
go with us.
Don : well . I won’t say no.
Jeff : ok . I’ll pick you up at
7.00 p.m.
Don :All right. I’ll be ready
then.
2. Listen and repeat after your teacher. Then study the dialog. Underline the
expression and it’s respond.
• Oh , what a shame, carel. I
won’t be at home this evenng.
• Yes, it is me myself
• Sonds good, carel. Bye.
• Hello. This is carel speaking.
My I speak to Mr. Bennate.
• Ok, sir. That’s alright. Talk to
yo later.
• Oh, good afternoon, Mr.
Bennate. We sho ld be
delighted if yo co ld come to o
r ha se to have dinner with s
Carel :

Mr. Bennate :

Carel :

Mr. Bennate :

Carel :

Mr. Bennate :

Etc
Dialog 1
3.Rearrange the j mbled expression into good dialogs. Compare y or dialogs
with yor chair-mate’s. pratice y or dialogs with him o r pron nciation
• oh, what a shame, carel. I
won’t be at home this
evening.
• Yes, it is me my self
• Sounds good, carel. Bye.
• Hello. This is carel speaking.
My I speak to Mr. Bennate.
• Ok, sir. That’s alright. Talk
to you later.
• Oh, good afternoon, Mr.
Bennate. We should be
delighted if you could come
to our house to have dinner
with us.
Carel :Hello. This is Carel
speaking. My I speak
to Mr. bennate?
Mr . Bennate :Yes it is me myself
Carel :Oh,good afternoon
Mr . Bennate :we should be
delighted if you could
come to our house to
have diner with us.
Mr. Bennate :Oh,what a shame ,
carel .I won’t be at
home this evening.
Carel :Ok ,Sir.That’s alright.
Talk to yo later.
Mr.Bennate :Sounds good,
carel,Bye.
Dialog 1
Teddy :

Nico :

Teddy :

Nico :

Teddy :

Nico :

Etc.
• I will
• Not, yet. What’s up?
• Well, you’re on. Don’t
forget to pictk me up.
• Hi, Nico. Have you had
a plan for this weekend?
• Sure, guy. be ready at
6.00 p.m.
• Safar and I are going to
go to Empire 21. “sang
pemimpin” is playet
there. You must go with
us.
Dialog
• I will
• Not yet, what‟s up?
• Well, you„re on. Don‟t
forget to pick me up.
• Hi, Nico. Have you had a
plan for this weekend?
• Sure, guy. Be ready at 6.00
p.m.
• Safar and I are going to go
to Empire 21. “sang
pemimpin” is played there.
You must go with us.
Teddy : hi, Nico. Have you had
a plan for this weekend?
Nico :well, you‟re on. Don‟t
forgetto pick me up.
Teddy :sure, guy, be resdy at
6.00 p.m.

Nico :safar and I are going
to go to Empire 2I.
“sang pemimpin” is
played there.you must
go with us.
Teddy :Not yet, what‟s up.?
Nico :I will

Dialog
answre




Greg : ____________________.

Carl : ____________________. I
can’t stand being thirsty.
Dialog 1

Mr. Arman : Excuse me, Mr.
Bond. We are going
to hold a thanksgiving dinner
this evening. ________.

Mr. Johan : _________________. I
won’t be here this
evening.
Dialog 3
Mr. Arman : Good morning, Mr. Johan. We will have a
reception to mark the grand opening of our
branch office in Bandung this Saturday.
_______________________.
Mr. Johan : ________________________. I’ll be free on
that day.
Dialog 2
4. Complete the dialog with the possible expression
of invitation. When you have finished, perform them
with your partner.
An imperative is generally used to give orders. It takes the
same form as the infinitive but without “to”. In imperative
sentences the person addressed is often not mentioned, but
can be expressed by a noun placed at the end of the phrase.

Patterns :
Positive :
1. Infinitive ( + object )!
2. Be adjective
Negative :
1. Don’t infinitive( object adverb)!
2. Don’t be adjective!

Example :
- Stop !
- Be quiet !
- Press the button gently !
- Don’t touch this unit !

1. I won’t the stove switched on.
Switch on the stove.

2. I want the computer installed.
3. I don’t want you to remove the cable connector.
4. I want you to listen to the click sound.
5. I want you to be careful.
6. I don’t want the cable connected.
7. I want you to read and understand manual.
8. I want you to follow the steps.
9. I don’t want the onion sliced.
10. I don’t want you to be desperate.


6. Rewrite these sentences as imperative.
Follow the example.

2. Installed the computer.
3. Don’t remove the cable connector.
4. Listen to the click sound.
5. Be careful.
6. Don’t cable connected.
7. Lead and understand the manual.
8. Follow the steps.
9. Don’t sliced the onion.
10. Don’t be desperate.

ANSWER
Listening and speaking

7. You are going to hear two texts of recipe. Check the ingredients
and the tensils needed.

First Recipe
Egg

Chilli

Salt

Milk

Coffee

Cheese
Frynig pan

Mixer

Spatula

Grater

Cooking oil

sugar
Second Recipe

Salt

Banana

Onion

Honey

Ice

Milk

Plate

Glass

Bowl

Knife

Blender

Jam
8. YOU ARE GOING TO HEAR A MONOLOG OF
RECIPE. LISTEN CAREFULLY AND THEN ANSWERE
THE QUESTIONS ORALLY

1. WHAT IS THE TEXT ABOUT?
2. WHAT ARE THE INGREDIENTS TO PREPARE?
3. WHAT EQUIPMENTS WILL YOU NEED?
4. WHAT IS THE FIRST STEP YOU SHOULD DO?
5. WHEN SHOULD YOU CUT THE MUTTON INTO
SMALL PIECES?

9. Look at and the study the picture. Discuss
with your friends and make a monolog text of
how to make the menu. The spokesperson is to
tell the monolog in front of the class.
These questions my help
you:
• What is the title?
• What ingredients do
you need?
• What utensils do you
need?
• What are the steps?




Grammar
Quantifiers
Quantifiers are words coming before nouns that denote the amount or
number of the nouns. Quntifiers are classified into three groups:
1. The ones that come before uncortable nouns.(i.e little and much)
2. The ones that come before cortable nouns. (i.e few and many)
3. The ones that come before both uncortable and contable nouns.
(i.e. A lot , plenty of, some any, no, none).


Example :
We need a lot of money to play them.
Did they meet many people?
I have only a little time for consultation.
We didn’t spend much money
He had plenty food to eat.
11. Some of these sentenses are incorrect . Add the correct
quantifiers if necessary. And put “righ” if the sentence is already
correct. Follow the example.
1.I didn’t have much money recenty. Right
2. There is any one in the house. Some on e/none
3. This evening i’m seeing movie with none of my friends. Right
4. May I have some sugar in my tea, please?
5. Have you read a lot of good books recently?
6. Wouid you like any coffee , plise ?
7.No the cars is affordable .
8.Sue drank much ice in the party .
9.She bought none of in the supermarket .
11.They use the phone much at work.
12. Did it cosr plenty to repair the machine?
13. The boy is unfriendly. He has few friends.
14. Would you lend me few rupiahs?
15. A have a lot meals. I don’t need more.

11. Some of these sentenses are incorrect . Add the
correct quantifiers if necessary. And put “righ” if the
sentence is already correct. Follow the example.
1.I didn’t have much money recenty. Right
2. There is any one in the house. Some on e/none
3. This evening i’m seeing movie with none of my friends. Right
4. May I have some sugar in my tea, please?
5. Have you read a lot of good books recently? Some
6. Wouid you like any coffee <,plise ? None.
7.No the cars is affordable . Right
8.Sue drank much ice in the party . Few
9.She bought none of in the supermaeket . Right.
10. Hurry ! We have not good much time.
11.They use the phone much at work. Few
12. Did it cosr plenty to repair the machine?
13. The boy is unfriendly. He has few friends. Right.
14. Would you lend me few rupiahs? Night
15. A have a lot meals. I don’t need more.
12. Read the text . Find the words in text
based on the following descriptions.
READING
Goal
How to make a adobe?
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The materials you need:
-Half a chiken - 1 bay leaf
- beef filet - 600 ml;water
- 5 tsp vinegar - 2 tsp salt
- 3 tsp sweet soy sauce - ½ tsp grown blackpaper
- 8 cloves of garlic - 5 tsp vegetable oil

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The step :
-cut the chicken into serving size and beef into small pieces
- mix them with vinegar,bay leaf, sweet sausce, salt and paper
- then marinate 30 minutes
- after that, pour in water and boil over medium flame until the chicken is
tunder and done
- take the chicken out of the pot and set a side. Continue simmering until the
meat is tunder and about 200 ml of broth left
- heat oil take the garlic out of the broth and saute until brownies.
- quickly add the chicken and meat and the remaining broth.
- continue simmering for minute until the broth thickens a bit.


1. The anatonim of thoug
2. it means being cooked
3. To cookquicklyin alittle
hot oil
4. having the closest
meaning ask to combine
5. to put something in the
mixture of marinade and
vinegar
6. very gently slow boiling
7. the synonim of congeal
8. not stop
soft















freeze


1. What does the text tell the
readers about?
2. What materials are to be the
seasoning?
3. “mix them with”....(steps 2).
What does “them” rever to?
4. When should you boil the
chicken?
1. PROCEDURE HOW TO MAKE A SPECIAL ADOBO

2. THE MATERIALS YOU NEED:
-HALF A CHIKEN - 1 BAY LEAF
-BEEF FILET - 600 ML WATER
- 5 TSP VINEGAR - 2 TSP SALT
-3 TSP SWEET SOY SAUCE - ½ TSP GROWN BLACKPAPER
-8 CLOVES OF GARLIC - 5 TSP VEGETABLE OIL

3. CHIKEN AND BEEF

4. THEN MARINATE 30 MINUTE

ANSWER
14.Comprehend the following letter. Then rewrite the recipe into different
pattern. See the example of the box.
Dear Maya

Hi, gril. Long time no see, how have you been? May you all be well so you
can do your activities as usual.
By this letter I’d like to tell you something interesting. Guess what! Yeah,
we have special menu here, chicken satay with peanut sauce. Do you want to
try this food? Well, here is the recipe.
All the things you need are: ½ cup crunchy peanut butter, ¼ cup chicken
stock, 2 table spoon honey, 2 table spoon soy sauce, 1 table spoon Thai red
curry paste, 1 table spoon lemon juice, 3 table spoon mild curry powder, 500
gram chicken thigh fillets( cut into 3 cm pieces), and 1 cup coconut milk.
When you have been ready with all the materials, follow these steps of
preparation. First, whisk peanut butter, stock, honey, soy, paste juice, and
curry powder in large bowl until well combined. Add chicken; stir to mix
well. Cover: refrigerate several hours or overnight.
Then remove chicken and reserve marinade. Thread chicken on to eight
bamboo skewers.
Writing

After that, place coconut milk and reserved marinade in small saucepan;
cook, stir, until sauce boils and thickens slightly. And the next steps you
should do are to cook chicken skewers, in single layer, on heated oiled grill
plate about 10 minutes on until chicken is cooked through, turning skewers
once during cooking. Serve with satay sauce. What a delicious menu it will
be!
Well, dear. I think that is all for now. Let me tell you the other recipes
next. And don’t forget to tell me the recipes of your special food you have
in turn. Thank you. Bye!

Yours,

Dinda
GOAL

How to Make Satay with Peanut Sauce?
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- ½ cup crunchy peanut butter. - 1 tablespoon lemon juice.
- ¼ cup chicken stock. - 3 tablespoon mild curry
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- 2 tablespoon honey. - 500 gram chicken thigh
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1. Firs, whisk peanut butter, stock, honey, soy, paste, juice, and curry
powder in large bowl until well combined.
2. Add chicken, stir to mix well.Cover: refrigerate several hours or
overnight.
3. Then remove chicken and reserve marinade.
4. Thread chicken on to eight bamboo skewer.
5. After that, place coconut milk and reserved marinade in small
saucepan; cook, stir, until, sauce boils and thickens slightly.
6. And the next steps you should do are to cook chicken skewer, in single
layer, on heated oiled grill plate about 10 minutes or until chicken is
cooked through, turning skewer once during cooking. Serve with satay
sauce.



Speaking and Writing


16. interview one of your classmates about a recipe. First, study the
questions below carefully. then ask the questions to your friends.
Write his or her answers on a piece of paper.

1. What men do you like best for your breakfast?
2. Can you tell me how to make it?
3. What materials do you need?
4. What are the steps?

17. now, write a procedure text based on your friend’s answer.
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Gramer : Gerund
Expression : Giving Instructions
Direction on Use
Listening And Speking
1. Pay attention to the monolog you will hear. It is an
operating instruction. Then, answer the question below.
1. The text tells about how to ....
a. Set up a computer
b. Print your document
c. Operate a digital camera
d. Set up a printer
e. Remove a printer

2. From the text we know that the papaer
should be placed in ... Position in the
printer.
a. Accurate
b. Wrong
c. Incorrect
d. Overturned
e. Upside down

3. What should we do went trobles are
found ?
a. Change the printer
b. Go to a computer shop
c. Call a technician
d. Complain to the dealer
e. Ask for change

4. Which should your USB device be
connected to ?
a. The printer
b. The CD-ROM
c. The chartride seat
d. The monitor
e. The CPU


Question :
• what is the woman doing?
• what materials does she need?
• what is the first step she should
` do?
• what should she do after giving
mark on the fabric?
• what is the last step she should
do?

3. Study the picture below. Answer the question based on the picture orally.
Then make a monolog text from your answer, and tell it to the class.
Speaking
6. Compose dialogs based on the situations. Then, practice
them with your partner. Mind your pronunciation.
A son is taking a nap in his bedroom.
His mother comes in and sees his room
is messy and full with various electronic
stuffs. She becomes angry and wakes
him up. She orders him to clean and
tidy the room. What di they say?
Mr. Wahyu goes to a repaired shop. He
wants to have his motorcycle repaired.
He asks the mechanic to change the
unusable spare parts. And the
mechanic asks Mr. Wahyu to wait in
the waiting room. What do they say?
Some students are playing in the school
yard. One of them steps on the school
garden. And the other orders him to come
to the yard and not to play on the garden.
What do they say?

CAUTIONS ON USE
•Use the unit a stable surface. Don’t
expose to the direct rays of sun,
water, oil, or heat sources.
•Use inner pot clean.
•Trouble handling of operation
button causes damage or out of
order.
•Don’t touch stem vent hole during
cooking.
•Don’t put any cloth on the co on
use
•Don’t use metal scoop which may
cause defect of efficiency.
Question:

1. What does the text tell
readers about?
2. What does the writer write the
text?
3. We should open the unit gently.
Which sentence expresses this?
4. Why is the using of metal scoop
not recommended?
5. What should we not do while
using the unit?

Reading
7. comprehend the short functional text bellow. Answer the questions.
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Grammar
9. Study the following explanation of gerund.
Gerund
• Gerunds have the same form as the present participle ( infinitive + ing ).
Examples:
Writing, reading, studying, playing.
• Gerunds are known as verbal nouns because they function as verbs and nouns.
- As subject of sentence:
Waiting for as is sometimes very boring.
Reading is my hobby.
- As object of sentence:
We love cycling in the country side.
She likes having dinner out.
- As complement of the verb “ be “:
His activity in the morning is watching news on TV.
My unforgettable experience was bathing in the beach.
- As object of preposition:
He was interested about going camping.
Do your exams without making noise.
- After certain verbs: avoid, enjoy, finish, like, practice, stop,etc.
He can’t stop me smoking.
I really like traveling by this bus.






10.complete each sentence with one of the verb provided.
Add-ing to from gerund.

1. She tried to avoid me.
2. We didn’t enjoy to such hard music.
3. information through Google is not difficult.
4. Thanks for the meeting
5. We should always keep on motivated.
6. He hates my questions.
7. The important thing to do is the opening.
8. the nit with force my case disorder.
9. We can’t stop you the mountain.
10. It is the same as yourself .
Attend climb
See answer
Search deceive
Obey hand
Be listen

11. Se “ing” to complete the sentence so that they have the
same meaning as the firs ones. Number is as example.

1. I’d like you tell me the steps.
→would you mild telling me the steps ?
2. It is to let o r kids play the game online all the time
→it is good to avoid
3. I disagree if you spend the money so wastefully.
→I object to
4. She worked hard to finish her assignment.
→ she was very busy
5. It is better to travel tomorrow instead of today
→we s hold postpone


12. Comprehend the text carrefully.
Reading
Reading

13.Pair work . Study the followinf sentence. Identify the
wrong parts and replaces them with correct ones.

1. the text tell the reders about a ricape.
2. you should power off your computer and monitor after
disconnect the display cable.
3. you don’t need to remove the computer cover.
4. before installing,reove some graphics card fromyour
computer.
5. the old graphics card may stickin your computer.
6. no cabke should be properly connected before rebooting
the system.
7. we can’t connect the monitor and the flat planel display
to the connector.
8. to avoid being disorder, we should press the card
gently.

14. Work in pairs. Find a picture ora phot af any device or
appliance.learn about hoe to use or operate it. Then
writw a procedure text about it.
Stick your picture here!
write your text here!

The questionsandanswer maybe like:

Q: what should Ido first?
A: Slide the cover and open it.
15. Still work in pairs. Make questions and
answer from your text . Then , perform
themwith your pairs.

Shooting Image Easily
 After that, position the subject in the center of the focus frame.
 Select <gambar camera> for still image , and <gambar slide film>
for movie.
 Then shoot with the shutter button.
 Finally, to stop recording, press the shutter button fully down
again.F
 First, select a mode with thw mode dial
 For movie, press the sutter button fully down.
 Hold the camera steady, keeping your arm at your side.
 Sor still image , press and hold the sutter buton half way down
to focus. The &(AE/AF look) indicator (green) flashes, a beep
sounds , the indicator flashing and remains lit. After that,press
the sutter button fully down. The sutter sounds.
16.Rearrange the jumbled senteces into a good text of
operating intructions. Then tell your text to a friend.
Reference
Imperative
1. The imperative is generally used to give orders.
2. It takes the same form as “the infinitive without to”.
3. The negative imperative uses “ didn’t + the infinitive “.
4.The imperative is classified into three categories.
The second person imperative:
a. It has the same form as the bare infinitive:
Go! Listen! Hurry!
b. The person addressed is very often not
mentioned, but can be expressed by a noun placed
at the end of the phrase:
keep silent, student!
sit down, James!
The firs person imperative:
a. It applies the pattern “ Let’s + bare infinitive”:
Let’s have meals in the canteen.
Let’s stand together.
b. For the negative we normally put “ not “ before
the infinitive:
Let’s not disturb him.
Let’s not smoke here.
The third person imperative: a. Its form is + “
Let him / her / them + bare infinitive “ :
Let them go by train.
b. In modern English, it would be
common to say they are to go by train or they
must go by
train.
REFERENCE
Quantifiers

1. We use much and little with uncountable nouns: much money; much time;
little sugar; little water; And we use many and few with countable or plural
nouns:
many people; many children; few cars; few boys.
2. We us a lot of / lots of / plenty of with both uncountable and plural nouns.
a lot of money; lots of time; plenty of food; a lot of friends; lots of people;
plenty of books.
3. Much and many are especially used in negative sentences questions. And a lot
of is also possible.
- I didn’t bring much money. I didn’t bring a lot of money.
- Do you have many friends in hometown? Do you have a lot of friends in
hometown?
In positive sentences, a lot of is more usual.
4. A little and a few have positive sense. They mean some or a small amount, and
some or a small number.
But little and few have negative ideas. They mean not much and not many.

5. IN GENERAL SOME IS USED IN POSITIVE SENTENCES AND ANY IS USED AND
NEGATIVE SENTENCES AND QUESTIONS. AND IN SENTENCES HAVING NEGATIVE
MEANING WE USE ANY.
- WE BOUGHT SOME FLOWERS.
- THERE IS SOME MONEY IN MY PURSE.
- WE DIDN’T BUY ANY FLOWERS.
- WHERE DID YOU BUY ANY FLOWERS?
- SHE REFUSED TO EAT ANY MEALS.
6. “SOME” IS USED IN QUESTIONS WHEN WE EXPECT THE ANSWER
“YES”, AND WHEN WE OFFER OR ASK FOR
THINGS.
- DO SOME OF YOU NEED HELP?
- WOULD YOU LIKE SOME CANDIES?
- COULD YOU DO SOME TYPING FOR ME?
“NO” AND ”NONE” ARE USED WITH AFFIRMATIVE VERBS TO
EXPRESS NEGATIVE. WE USE ”NO+ A NOUN” AND “NONE” ALONE.
AND “NONE OF” IS MORE USUAL AS SUBJECT THAN “NONE”.
- NO CARS ARE ALLOWED TO BE PARKED IN THIS AREA.
- I HAD SOME WORK LAST WEEK, BUT I HAVE NONE THIS WEEK.
- NONE OF THE BOYS IS MY FRIEND.




Procedures
1. The communicative purpose of procedure text
is to tell about the ways or steps to do
something.
2. The text element basically consist of :
- Topic or title, followed by statement of
purpuse.
- materials ( optional )
- steps or method, denoting the sequence
of steps to accomplish the job stated in the
topic.
3. Grammatical patterns of procedures:
- Using imperative sentences.
- Using action verbs: mix, plug, turn, put,
etc.
- Using connective sequences: then, while,
next, after that.