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PEMERINTAH KOTA MATARAM DINAS PENDIDIKAN SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEJURUAN ( SMK )NEGERI 1 MATARAM Jl. Pejanggik
PEMERINTAH KOTA MATARAM
DINAS PENDIDIKAN
SEKOLAH MENENGAH KEJURUAN ( SMK )NEGERI 1 MATARAM
Jl. Pejanggik no 28 Mataram. Telp. (0370) 631244 Fax. (0370) 645133
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By Dra. Ni Ny. Sukina Zulfawati,S.Pd

2010

KT S P

Standar Kompetensi:

Berkomunikasi dengan bahasa Inggris setara level Novice

UNIT 1

KOMPETENSE DASAR Memahami ungkapan dasar pada interaksi social. INDIKATOR:

- Salam diucapkan dengan baik waktu baru bertemu maupun berpisah

- Diri sendiri maupun orang lain diperkenalkan dengan benar

- Atas bantuan orang lain dapat diucapkan terimakasih secara benar

- Maaf dapat diminta atau diberikan kapada orang lain

I. GREETING AND LEAVE TAKING. A. Questions and answer

1. Abbas

:

Good morning, Tia, how are you?

Tia

:

Hi, good morning, Abas, I’m fine

2. Teacher

:

Good afternoon, time is up see you next week

Students :

Good afternoon sir and thank you very much

3.

Alfred

:

Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen it’s time to say good bye

Audience

:

and thank you for giving the time Thank you and see you later

4

Mother

:

Good night children, have a nice dream

Children

:

Good night mom, see you tomorrow

5

Teacher

:

Thank you for joining us this afternoon, good bye

Guest

:

All right and see you later.

Explanation a. How to greet somebody

 

Time

Greeting

Leave taking

00.00

– 12.00

Good morning

Good bye

12.00

– 18.00

Good afternoon

Good bye and see you later

18.00

- 24.00

Good evening

Good night and good bye

“Good night” just for leaving people in the evening

 

For formal situation

Formal Greetings

Response

Good morning

Good morning

Good afternoon

Good afternoon

Good evening

Good evening

How are you

I’m fine thank you

Nice to meet you

Nice to meet you too

How do you do

How do you do

For informal situation

Informal greetings

Response

Morning

Morning

Afternoon

Afternoon

Evening

Evening

Hi

Hi/hello

How are you doing

Fine

How is life

Good / very good

How are things with you

Not so bad

How is every thing with you

Pretty good/ all right/ it’s okay

b. Parting / Leave taking

Saying goodbye

Response

Good bye

Goodbye

See you later

See you

Well, talk to you later

Please keep in touch

Bye-bye

Take care, bye

Good bye and give my regard to

Yes of course, it was nice to see you

So long

See you

Please excuse me, I have to leave now

All right, see you later

Look after yourself, bye

Take care, bye

Example Listen and repeat after your teacher

1. Hello, Lusi!

2. Good morning, sir

3. Good afternoon Mr. Hermawan

4. How are you?

5. Very well, thank you

6. I’m fine, thank you

7. How is Hendra?

8. He is fine, thank you

9. Good bye, Lusi

10. See you at the meeting tomorrow

Task 1 Write your response to complete the dialogue below

1

Mother

:

Hi, Ryan! how are you this morning?

Ryan

:

2

Teacher

:

Good morning students. Is every thing all right?

Students

:

3

Teacher

:

Good afternoon, that’s all for today and see you later

Students

:

4

Mother

:

Good night children, don’t forget to close the window

Children

:

5.

Director

:

Good bye every body, see you tomorrow

Workers

:

Task 2 Arrange a short dialogue and practice it in pairs (Situation: You meet one of your classmates on the first day of class after a long holiday Ask his/her condition and experience on the holiday)

B. Situational Conversation

1) On the way to school

Anton

:

Hello Tom

Tom

:

Hi, how are you?

Anton

:

I’m fine, thank you and how are you?

Tom

:

Not so bed. I’m on my way to school

Anton

:

What time is the class?

Tom

:

It begins at 7.00, English is the first subject

Anton

:

Do you like English?

Tom

:

Sure, English is my favorite subject, and I want to study abroad

Anton

:

Good, have a nice time

Task 3 Answer the questions based on the conversation above 1. Where is Tom going?

2.

What time does the lesson start?

3.

What is Tom’s favorite subject?

4

Why does he like English?

5.

Where does Tom meet Anton?

2)

In the class room

Teacher

:

Good morning students, how are you this morning?

Students

:

Good morning ma’am, we are fine thank you and how are you?

Teacher

:

I’m fine too. This morning we are going to study about telling time but have you done your home work?

Students

:

Yes we have.

Teacher

:

Well, now let me check your homework and put it on my table.

Dani

:

Yes ma’am, we have collected them.

Teacher

:

Dani, what time do you get up in the morning?

Dani

:

At six ma’am and then I get ready for going to school

Teacher

:

Good. Have you ever come to school late?

Dani

:

No, I always come on time

Teacher

:

Good student, now let’s talk about time.

Students

:

Ma’am, time is up

Teacher

:

Yes, that’s all, and good bye

Students

:

Thank you and see you later.

Task 4

Answer the questions based on the conversation above

1. Where does the conversation take place?

2. Have the students done the home work?

3. What subject are they learning?

4. What time does Dani get up in the morning?

5. Has Dani ever come late?

Task 5

With your partner, complete these dialogues with the expressions you have learned and practice speaking them out

1. Situation :

:

Baskara :

You :

Baskara :

You

You meet a friend of yours, Baskara in the street Hi, Baska,

2. You meet your English teacher, Mr. Firdaus, in a book store. It’s 4 pm

You :

Mr. Firdaus

Mr. Firdaus :

,

?

You :

Mr. Firdaus :

Are you going to buy some books?

You :

Task 6

With your partner, complete these dialogues with the expressions you have learned and practice speaking them out

1

Iskandar :

Good morning, Baskara, how are you?

?

Baskara

:

,

Mr. Iskandar :

 

,

how is your family?

Baskara :

 

,

thank you

Mr. Iskandar :

I’m sorry, but I realy have to go now. It’s been nice talking to you

Baskara :

see you some time.

Mr. Iskandar :

2

Renata

:

Hi, Lita

Talita

:

,

?

Renata

:

,

and you?

Talita

:

.How is work?

Renata

:

Would you like to have a cup of tea?

Talita

:

I’d love to, but this afternoon

I have a lot of work to do. I’ll call you

Renata

:

take care

 

Talita

:

Thanks. You too

II.

INTRODUCTION (ONESELF AND OTHERS)

 

A.

Question and answer

 

1. Budi

:

What’s your name?

Andi

:

My name’s Andi

2. Edy

:

Hello, I’m Edy, good morning

Martha

:

Hi, my name’s Martha, how do you do

Edy

:

How do you do? Nice to know you Martha

3.

Martha

:

Are you Tom’s sister?

Marry

:

Yes, that’s right. My name’s Marry

Martha

:

I’m Martha, nice to meet you Marry

Marry

:

Nice to meet you too

4.

Teacher

:

Good morning. This is Hendra a new student in your class

Students

:

How do you do Hendra?

Hendra

:

How do you do?

5

Mr. Hadi

:

Good morning students, this is your new English teacher, Miss.

Students

:

Imelda How do you do, Mss. Imelda?

Imelda

:

How do you do?

Explanation

a. Introducing oneself

1). Introducing oneself in a formal situation, we can say:

- Let me introduce myself. My name is

- May I introduce my self? I’m

- Allow me to introduce myself. My name is

2). Introducing oneself in an informal situation we can say:

- Hello, my name is Dani. I’m from

- Hi, I’m Harry; I’m a new student here

- Excuse me my name is Lina I’m from

- Hello, I don’t think we’ve met before, my name is

b. Introducing someone to other people

1) To introduce someone in a formal situation, we can say:

- I’d like to introduce you to

- Dian, let me introduce you to

- Mr. Adi, May I introduce you to

- Mr. Bob, allow me to introduce you to

2)

To introduce someone in an informal situation, we can say:

- Rani, this is Sara, my sister

- Tom, I want you to meet Santi, she is my cousin

- Hi, Dani, I’d like you to meet

- By the way, do you know each other? This is Rani and this is Edi

c.

The responses

1) Formal situation How do you do Mr./Mrs./Miss Nice to meet you My name is

?

2) Informal situation Hello, glad to meet you Hi, nice to meet you I’m Indra, nice to meet you

Task 7 Complete the dialogue in your own words.

1. Arman

:

Good morning Tika, this is Erwin, my classmate

Tika

:

2. Budi

:

Dad, I’d like to introduce my friend, Nita, to you. She is my classmate.

Father

:

3 Rudi

:

Good morning my friends, this is Irwan, our new classmate from Denpasar

Students

:

4 Eka

:

Good evening Mr. Anwar, this is my secretary, Erni

Anwar

:

How do you do, Erni?

Erni

:

5 John

:

Hi, Harry good evening. How is every thing?

Harry

:

Fine,

John

:

How do you do? Nice to meet you, Caroline

B. Situational Conversation

1)

At the party

Harry

:

Good evening Nia, how are you?

Nia

:

Good evening Harry, I’m very well. Pa, this is Harry my classmate. Harry, these are my dad and mom and this is Rudy, my brother and Annie, my cousin.

Harry

:

Hi, how do you do? Nice to meet you all

Mr.Ari

:

Nice to meet you Harry.

Harry

:

Well, have a seat, please and enjoy your meal

Nia

:

Thank you Harry.

Task 8 Answer the questions based on the conversation above.

1. Where does the conversation take place?

2. Who is Harry?

3. Who is Rudy?

4. Who is Annie?

5. What is Harry doing?

2) Reading text. Read the text below then answer the questions.

Good morning every body, how are you this morning? I’m glad to meet you after a long holiday. I hope that you are all ready to get the lessons in this semester. Now, I’d like to introduce a new teacher in our school. She is Mss. Lisa from Surabaya. She has been living in Mataram for 3 months and now she will be your English teacher, she is still single and she lives on Erlangga Street.

Task 9 Answer the questions based on the text.

1.

Who is Ms. Lisa?

2.

Where is she from?

3

Where does she live?

4.

How long has she been living in Mataram?

5.

Has she got married?

III. THANKING AND RESPONSES

A. Question and answer

1.

Heni

:

Thank you for helping me, Linda

Linda

:

That’s all right

2

Mother

:

Come in Lisa, sit down please!

Lisa

:

Yes, thank you.

3

Erwin

:

Shall I type the letter, sir

Teacher

:

Yes, thanks for your help, Erwin

Erwin

:

That’s all right. It’s my responsibility

4

Budi

:

Thank you for landing the book, sir?

Mr. Eka

:

You are welcome

5

Betty

:

Thanks for giving the leave

Rudy

:

Don’t mention it

Explanation Some responses of thanking

Thanking

Responses

Thank you

You’re welcome

Thanks a lot

Not at all

Many thanks

It’s my pleasure

Thank you very much

Don’t mention it

I appreciate your kindness

That’s all right

Thank you for your kindness

That’s my pleasure

Thanks for landing me the money

It’s all right

Thanks for the gifts, it’s beautiful

I’m glad you like it

Task 10

Write your response to complete the dialogue below

1 Teacher

:

Thanks for helping me, Dian

Dian

:

2 Lisa

:

Thanks for landing the book, Ton

Tono

:

3 Erna

:

Thanks for the leave

Ridwan

:

4 Guest

:

Thanks for the meal

Waitress

:

5 Manager

:

Thank you, Caroline the schedule you have arranged is very nice

Caroline

:

B. Situational conversation Practice the dialogue below 1) At the office Manager Caroline Manager Caroline Manager Caroline

:

:

:

:

:

:

Good morning Caroline, have you typed the letter? Yes sir. And this is your schedule Oh, thank you. This is a nice schedule I like it That’s my responsibility. Will you make a cup of coffee for me? Sure. (After a few minutes) Here is your coffee, sir

Manager

:

Caroline

:

All right, thanks for the coffee Don’t mention it

2) At home Mother

:

:

:

:

:

:

Lina, can you help me to clean the room?

Lina

Yes, mom I will

Mother

Thank you for cleaning the room, Lina

Lina

It’s all right. That’s my duty. Shall I wash the dishes mom?

Mother

All right, thank you for your help

Lina

You are welcome

Task 11 Arrange a short dialogue based on the situation below:

You are at the library to return the English book and then you want to borrow the other book, for example, Mathematics or Indonesian. Write a dialogue between you and the librarian.

IV. EXPRESSING REGRETS AND APOLOGIZE A. Situational conversation

1.

Tina

:

Tom, I’m sorry, I forget to bring your English book. I left it in

Tom

:

my room. I promise to bring it tomorrow morning That’s all right

2

Tom

:

I’m sorry sir, I’m late because I have problem with my motor

Teacher

:

cycle That’s Ok, don’t come late next time

3.

Caroline

:

I’m sorry sir, I was absent yesterday and I couldn’t call you

Manager

:

because my mother was terribly sick Oh, I’m sorry to hear that. It is Ok. Have a seat please.

4. Tom

:

I’m so sorry; I couldn’t come to your house for studying in

Tina

:

group That’s all right but don’t forget to come next week

5. Tom

:

I’m really sorry mom; I come home late because I have gone to

Mother

:

Lisa’s house to borrow a book That’s Ok, but next time call me if you come late

Explanation Responses of regrets or apologies

Asking for forgiveness

Responses

I’m sorry for coming late

That’s Ok

Please, forgive me!

That’s all right

I’m really sorry for disturbing you

Don’t worry. It’s ok

Please accept our apologies

It doesn’t matter

I’m so sorry, I missed the appointment

It’s all right

Task 12 Now work in pairs asking and responding forgiveness based on the situation given. 1. You forget to call your friend for your coming late to study group.

A :

B :

2.

You can not come to your friend’s party

A :

B :

3.

You want to call your friend but you dialed a wrong number

A ….

:

B :

4.

Your friend dropped some water accidentally on your skirt.

A :

B :

5

You forget to invite your friend to your birthday party

A :

B :

B. Listening practice

Listen to the text read by your teacher to complete the sentences below

My name is Ivone. But my friends (1) northern part of Sulawesi. I (2)

me Ivo. I live in Menado. It is in the

with my parents. My father is very nice and he

is a very good (3)

He likes his job (4)

My mother’s name is Reni

Mamahit. She is a (5)

She works for PT Hutama Karya in Menado. She likes

people in (6)

,

but she doesn’t like the job very much. My (7)

is

Roy. He is an (8)

He works for a company. He doesn’t (9)

with us,

He lives in another city. My sister Joyce, is a (10)

, she lives with us

(Taken from English for vocational school Book 1, Armico, 2006)

V. LANGUAGE FOCUS

A. Personal Pronouns

Study the use of personal pronouns below

Subject

Possessive adjectives

Possessive Pronoun

Object

I

my

mine

me

You

your

yours

you

She

her

hers

her

He

his

his

him

It

It’s

its

it

We

our ….

 

ours

us

They

their

theirs

them

Tina

Her

/

Tina’s

hers

Her/Tina

Tom

Tom’s

/

his

him

Tom / him

Tom and Tina

their

theirs

them

Examples

1.

-

I am sorry for coming late

(‘I’ as subject)

-

My motor cycle is broken

(‘my’ as possessive adjectives)

-

This motor bike is mine

(‘mine’ as possessive pronoun)

-

Can you help me to repairs my bike? (‘Me’ as object)

2.

-

Do you always come late?

(‘You’ as subject)

-

Is it your book?

(‘Your’ as Possessive adjective)

-

This book is yours

(yours as possessive pronoun)

-

We are waiting for you

(you as object)

3

-

She is a secretary

(she a subject)

-

This is her office

(her as Possessive adjective)

-

This bag is hers

(hers as possessive pronoun)

-

I met her in the office ( her as object)

4

-

Tom always comes on time

-

This is Tom’s house

(Tom as subject) (Tom’s as possessive adjective)

-

This house is his

(his as possessive pronoun)

-

I phone him every Sunday

(him as object)

5

-

Tom and Tina are students

-

This is their class room

(Tom and Tina as subject) (their as possessive adjective)

-

These books are theirs

(their as possessive pronoun)

-

I saw them study together

(them as object)

B.

Interrogative sentences

There are two kinds of interrogative sentences:

a. Yes/no questions

b. Question word questions

a. Yes/no questions It is a question that should be answered with yes/no. The question is always stared with:

1. Be (am/is/are)

2. Modals (can/ may/must/will/could/would/should, etc)

3.

Helping verbs (do/does/did/has/have, etc)

Example:

- Are you a student? Yes, I am/ No I’m not

- Can you speak English? Yes, I can / No, I can’t

- Do you go to school by motorcycle? Yes, I do/No I don’t

- Does she go by motorcycle? Yes, she does / No she doesn’t

- Did you come late this morning? Yes, I did / No I didn’t

b. Question word questions. Kinds of question words:

What

=

(apa) asking things

Where =

(dimana/kemana) asking place

When

=

(kapan) asking time

Why

=

(mengapa) asking reason

How

=

(bagaimana) asking condition / process

Example:

- What is your name? My name is Harry

- Where do you live? I live on Pejanggik Street, Mataram

- When did your uncle come? He came yesterday

- Why do you come late? Because I got up late this morning

- How do you go to school? By motor cycle

C. Simple Present Tense: To Be

In the previous learning activities, we have the expression below:

1. How are you?

2. I’m fine, thanks

3. How is your family?

4. They are very well, thank you

5. These are my friends Surya and Nyoman. They are waiters

The underlined words are to be A sentence in English always requires a verb. The Construction is Subject + Verb. In case we talk about situation, existence, condition, identification, location, profession, and nationality or when there is no physical nor intellectual activity, we should use the verb TO BE.

Example:

I am (I’m) You are (you’re)

Positive form

Negative form

Interrogative form

I am ( I’m)

I am not

Am I?

You are (you’re)

You are not (you aren’t)

Are you?

He is (he’s)

He is not ( he isn’t)

Is he?

She is (she’s)

She is not (she isn’t)

Is she?

It is (it’s)

It is not (it’s)

Is it?

We are ( we’re)

We are not (we aren’t)

Are we?

They are (they’re)

They are not (they aren’t)

Are they?

This is

This is not (this isn’t)

Is this

That is (that’s)

That is not (that isn’t)

Is that?

Task 13 Work in pairs to find out the negative and interrogative form of the sentences below !

POSITIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

I am late

   

You are busy.

   

He is in his office

   

She is a programmer.

   

It is OK

   

We are ready

   

They are at the lobby

   

This is your luggage

   

That is Mr. Hardono

   

Task 14

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate forms of TO BE

1. This … Gempita Hotel. It …a business hotel. I … the marketing manager. My name

… Toni Sartono. There … 40 doble rooms and 20 single rooms in our hotel. There

… a restaurant where you can have breakfast. We … glad to wecome you in our hotel

2. Those pretty girls …. Talita and Renata. They … employees of Gempita hotel. … they at the same department? No, they …Talita … a receptionist and Renata … a waitress.

3. What … your name? What … your address? These questions … often ask to you in an interview. There … a lot of questions possibly asked, such as: where … you

parents? What … your father’s name? … your mother a house wife? …you graduate of a vocational school? And many more. The answer of the last question might be: yes, I … if you are a graduate of a vocational school or: no … if you aren’t D. The simple present tense: verb In the previous learning activities, you found the expression below:

1. I live in Bantul

2. We have some books

3. Do you know Baskara?

4. I don’t think we have met before

In talking about habits we use the simple present (the simple form of the verb) In positive form, when the subject is the third singular person (Talita, she, he) the verb must be added s/es. In the negative and interrogative form we use does / does not for the subject of the third singular person and do / don’t for the others

Look at the examples:

1. Talita works in Gempita hotel

2. She has the competency to perform well at work

3. Does she speak English?

4. Certainly, but she doesn’t speak Japanese

5. We live in Indonesia

6. More people stay in our hotel on weekends

7. They usually come with their family

8. Do they always spend much money in the hotel restaurant?

9. No they usually don’t spend much money on food.

10. A receptionist welcomes guests in a hotel or an office.

Notes:

1. In positive form, when the subject is the third singular person (Talita, she, he it) suffix s/es is added to the verbs

2. In negative or interrogative, does is used for the third singular person and do for others.

E. Adverb of Frequency Study the sentences below:

-

I usually get up early

-

I usually take a walk in the afternoon

-

I often eat before 7

-

I sometimes go to school by motorcycle

-

I never go to discos

-

Sometimes I just watch TV

-

I always go by motorcycle

Usually

=

biasanya

often,

=

sering

sometimes= kadang-kadang =

never

tidak pernah

always

=

selalu

They are called adverb of frequency

Dialogue:

1.

A

:

What time do you usually get up in the morning?

B

:

I usually get up before six in the morning

2

A

:

What do you usually do in the morning?

B

:

I often take a walk for 2 hours

3

A

:

What time do you always have breakfast?

B

:

I often have breakfast at 6.30

4

A

:

Have you ever gone to discos?

B

:

No, I’ve never gone there

Task 15

Put the adverbs in the correct place.

1 :

A What do you do on your day off?

(usually)

B Nothing much. I sleep until noon

:

(always)

2 :

A Do you go out on Saturday night?

(usually)

B Yes, I go out with my best friend

:

(sometimes)

3 :

A Do you drive to school?

(usually)

B No, I drive to school

:

(never)

I

take the bus

(always)

4 :

A What do you do after class?

(usually)

B I go to my friend’s house

:

(often)

I

go straight home

(always)

5 :

A Do you get much exercise?

(usually)

B Yes I play tennis after work

:

(sometimes)

And on Sundays, I go to the gym

(often)

Task 16 Write a short dialogue asking about what you usually do and practice it with your friend in pairs

Task 17 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct forms

1. The chemist … (not sell) drugs without doctor’s prescription.

2. What time …. The film in this theatre …(begin)

3. … you …(have) your identity card with you?

4. I’m sorry sir, we … (not give) discount for payment by credit card.

5. The restaurant … (not serve) Indonesian food. It’s Chinese restaurant

6. Hoe long … it … (take) to fly to Surabaya?

7. Tourist always … (enjoy) the tour Dieng Plateau.

8. … service station …. (open) on Sunday?

9. What … an office boy… (do) in an office?

10. The students’ orchestra always … (perform) well at the concert.

Task 18

Conclusion You have learned how to greet somebody, introduce yourself or others, give thanks to somebody and express regret and apologize. Now do the assessment below to check how far you can understand the lesson.

ASSESSMENT

In this activity, check your ability in comprehending the material you have learned in unit 1 by doing the assessments below.

I.

have learned in unit 1 by doing the assessments below. I. Complete the dialogue while listening

Complete the dialogue while listening to the teacher

1

A Hi, Susan, how are you doing?

B :

:

Hi,

2

A Good bye Uncle Tom

B :

A

:

:

See you

3

A It’s time to sleep, dear

B Good night, mom!

A :

:

:

4 A

:

:

:

B Good evening, sir

A Here is nice present for you

B :

II.

Write the missing words while listening to your teacher

Hello,

(1)

Hendy. I’m from Mataram. I’m here for a Speech competition.

I’m from

(2)

on Business management program. I take

(3)program,

and this is Linda

(4)

from office administration

program and Peter is from

she

(5).

Linda likes

(7)

English well but Anton is good at

(6) English and

(8).

He is a badminton

(9)

His team has won

(10)

on the competition last week.

III. Greeting and leave taking

a. What you will say,

1 when you meet your friend at 07.00 am

2 if your friend says “how are you”

3 if your friend says “Good bye”

4 if you want to introduce your friend to your father

5 to leave your friend at 10.00 pm

b. Write a short dialogue about greeting and leave taking based on the situation below:

1. You go to Senggigi Beach with your family, before going home, you meet your classmate who has just arrived.

2. You are at Ruby Supermarket; suddenly you meet your teacher shopping there Greet him/her formally

IV Complete the dialogue below

1. Tom

:

Happy birthday, Lisa. Here is a gift for you

Lisa

:

May I open it?

Tom

:

Sure

Lisa

:

Wow, it’s a lovely watch, I like it. Thanks for your kindness

Tom

:

2. Susie

:

Happy birthday Lisa. I’m sorry I couldn’t come to your party last night.

Lisa

:

Susie

:

Do you remember to bring my book? Oh, my God, I left it on the table in the living room, sorry Lisa

Lisa

:

V. Introduction

1. Today is the first day of the class; you and your friends don’t know each other. Write a dialogue to introduce yourself to one of your friends.

2. Write a short paragraph to introduce yourself in front of the class telling about your name, address and family.

3. Write some sentences to introduce one of your friends in front of the class.

UNIT 2

Kompetensi Dasar 2 Menyebutkan benda-benda, orang, cirri-ciri, waktu, hari, bulan dan tahun

Indikator:

- Bilangan, waktu / jam dan tanggal dapat disebutkan dengan benar

- Benda-benda atau orang dapat disebutkan dengan ungkapan yang benar

- Kata sifat dapat ditempatkan pada posisi yang benar dalam kalimat

I. NUMBERING

A. Kinds of number:

a. Cardinal number

b. Ordinal number

a. Cardinal Number

1= one

2= two

11 = eleven

21 =

twenty one

35

=

thirty five

12 = twelve

22 = twenty two

40

=

forty

13 = thirteen

23 =

twenty three

50

=

fifty

14 = fourteen

24 =

twenty four

60

=

sixty

15 = fifteen

25 =

twenty five

100 = one hundred

16 = sixteen

26 =

twenty six

202 = two hundred and two

17 = seventeen 27 = twenty seven 1000= 0ne thousand

18 = eighteen 19 = nineteen 20 = twenty

3= three

4= four

5= five

6= six

7= seven

8= eight

9=nine

10= ten

28 = twenty eight

29 =

twenty nine

thirty

100.000 = one hundred thousand 1000.000 = one million

30 =

1000.000.000 = one billion

11 th

=

eleventh

31 st = thirty first

12 th = twelfth

40 th = fortieth

13 th = thirtieth

50 th

= fiftieth

14 th = fourteenth 60 th

= sixtieth

15 th = fifteenth

70 th = seventieth

16 th = sixteenth

80 th = eightieth

17 th = seventeenth

90 th = ninetieth

20 th = twenty first 100 = one hundredth

22 nd = twenty second

23 rd = twenty third

1000 = one thousandth

b. Ordinal Number =

1st

first

2 nd

3 rd

4 th

5 th

6 th

7 th

8 th

9 th

10 th

=

second

=

third

=

fourth

=

fifth

=

sixth

=

seventh

=

eighth

=

ninth

=

tenth

Task 1

1. Read the phone number below loudly:

1.

0370-631244

6

085239594754

2

0374-672009

7

08175735374

3

0372-643788

8

081803713750

4

0361-643255

9

081808501940

5

0251-331647

10

081805244577

2. This is the use of ordinal number. Read it loudly

1 the 1 st floor

2 the 2 nd building

3 the 3 rd block

4 the 4 th house

5

July15th, 2007

6

Queen Elizabeth IV (the forth)

6

Louise XIV (the fourteenth)

7

3 rd August 2007

8

¼ (one fourth)

9

¾ (three fourth)

10

31 May 2006

B. Telling address

Study the sentences about how to say the address

1.

A

:

Where do you live Tom?

B

:

I live on Bougainville Street/

 

I live at 11 Bougainville Street/

I live in Mataram.

2

A

:

What is your address?

B

:

It’s Bougainville Street no. 11 Mataram.

Now try to complete the dialogue below, by writing your real information

A Good morning, how are you?

B :

A Where do you live now?

B :

A Can you give me your complete address?

B :

A May I have your phone number?

B :

A Thank you

B :

:

:

:

:

:

Task 2 Write a short dialogue asking about your friend’s address and phone number, and then practice it in front of the class.

C Telling time and date

a.

Telling time

1)

Learn how to say the time below:

07:00

=

seven o’clock

07:10

=

ten past seven

07:15

=

fifteen past seven (a quarter past seven/ seven fifteen)

07:30

=

seven thirty (a half past seven)

07:45

=

seven forty five (a quarter to eight / fifteen to eight)

2) Say the time below

2) Say the time below It is It is It is It is Task 3 Now
2) Say the time below It is It is It is It is Task 3 Now
2) Say the time below It is It is It is It is Task 3 Now
2) Say the time below It is It is It is It is Task 3 Now

It is

It is

It is

It is

Task 3

Now try to say the time below =

09:00

09:20

=

13:15

=

14:00

=

16:40

=

Answer the questions below

1

What time do you get up in the morning?

2.

What time does the school start?

3

What time do you have lunch?

4

What time does your mother get up in the morning?

5

What time does your family have dinner?

bTelling date

1 / 7 / 2007

=

the first of July two thousand and seven

2 / 9 / 2006

=

the second of September two thousand six

21

/ 8 /2005

=

the twenty first of August two thousand five

22

/ 5/ 2008

=May the 22 nd 2008

25

/ 9/2007

=

30

/ 10/2007

=

31/

12/2008

=

Answer the questions below

A When were you born?

B :

A When is your mother’s birthday?

B :

A When is your sister’s birthday?

B :

A When is Indonesian Independence Day?

B :

A When was your brother’s birthday?

B :

:

:

:

:

:

Task 4 Write and practice a short dialogue in pairs asking about the family’s birthday.

II IDENTIFYING OBJECT A. THINGS

Mention the things below in Indonesian

1. ball

11 bed room

2. table

12 living room

3. door

13 T shirt

4. plate

14 dinning room

5. box

15 cupboard

6. house

16 hummer

7. dictionary

17 cup

8. shoes

18 suitcase

9. note book

19 white board

10. bag

20 rubber

Task 5

1. Write at least 10 things can be found in your class room

2. Write at least 5 things you can find in your bed room

3. Write at least 10 things you can find in your kitchen

Task 6 Identify the things below and write the name under the picture

the things below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a
the things below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a

It is a

It is a

below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a It is

It is a

below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a It is
below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a It is

It is a

below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a It is

It is a

It is a

below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a It is

It is a

below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a It is

It is a

below and write the name under the picture It is a It is a It is

It is a

B. COLOR, QUALITIES

In English we have some colors such as:

1. Red

2. blue

3. white

4. black

5. green

6. yellow

7. brown

8. pink

9. orange

10. purple

Task 7 Find some things you have in your classroom and tell us the colors of the things

b. Colors can make our life bright and interesting. Imagine how boring our life would be if there were no colors. We can not enjoy the beauty of flowers, rainbow, butterflies, etc. wherever we are, we will find colors. At home, at school, in the park, in the garden, etc. Now answer the questions below asking about the color of your things:

1. What color is your shirt?

2. What color is your bag?

3. What color are your shoes?

4. What is the color of your English book?

5. What is the color of the rose in the garden?

6. What color is your hair?

7. What is the color of our blood?

8. What is the color of the grass in the yard?

9. What is the color of the leaf

10. What color is the wall of your class room

In saying quality we often use the words:

Good, beautiful, bad, interesting, lovely etc. Study the sentences below!

1. The flowers are beautiful (They are beautiful flowers)

2. Your bag is good (It is a good bag)

3. The picture is bad ( It is a bad picture)

4. The butterfly is lovely. ( It is a lovely butterfly)

5. That picture is interesting ( That is an interesting picture)

B. PEOPLE BY OCCUPATION

Study the dialogue below

1

A Who are you?

B I’m a student. I’m Hendra

:

:

A Who is that over there?

B He is a student too

:

:

A

:

Is that lady a student?

B

:

No, she is a teacher

A

:

Who is that man?

B

:

He is my father

A

:

What is your father?

B

:

He is a farmer

Task 8

Write the meaning of the words below

a nurse

=

a doctor

=

a police

=

an engineer =

a lawyer

=

a teacher

=

a farmer

=

a carpenter =

a shoemaker=

a postman

=

en entrepreneur

=

a driver

=

a labor

=

a mechanic

=

shop keeper

=

secretary

=

clerk

=

typist

=

Task 9 Write a short dialogue asking about someone occupation and demonstrate it with your friend Example:

A What”s your father Ria?

B He is a teacher

:

:

A Is your mother a teacher too?

B No, she works in a hospital. She is a nurse

:

:

Task 10 Tell the class about your friend’s family

Example:

This is my friend. Her name is Heny, her father is a teacher. He teaches at SMKN1

Mataram and her mother is a nurse, she works in a hospital

ASSESSMENT

1 Write down your the address and phone number of the name on the list below by listening to your teacher

No

Name

Address

Phone number

 

1 Benny

   
 

2 Herman

   
 

3 Karmila

   
 

4 Shinta

   
 

5 Dian

   

2. Write the following number in English

1)

4

=

2)

8

=

3)

12

=

4)

15

=

5)

21

=

6)

29

=

7)

35

=

8)

150

=

9)

1000

=

10)

515000

=

3 Look at the calendar below than answer the questions!

= 3 Look at the calendar below than answer the questions! Today is Monday, the third

Today is Monday, the third of September 2007.

1. What date is tomorrow?

2. What date is next Monday?

3. My birthday is on September the fourteenth, what day is it?

4. Your sister will get married on the twenty- second of September 2007, what day is it?

5. What is the date next Sunday

4 Write at least five things that you have in your class room and tell us what color are they!

5

Write down what you see in the picture

 

1

1 2

2

3

3 4

4

1.

2

3

4

5

UNIT 3

1 2 3 4 1. 2 3 4 5 UNIT 3 5 Kompetensi Dasar 3 Mendeskripsikan
1 2 3 4 1. 2 3 4 5 UNIT 3 5 Kompetensi Dasar 3 Mendeskripsikan
5
5

Kompetensi Dasar 3 Mendeskripsikan benda-benda, orang, ciri-ciri, waktu, hari, bulan dan tahun Indikator:

- Ciri-ciri benda atau objek dapat dideskripsikan dengan benar

- Orang dapat dideskripsikan dengan benar

- Kalimat-kalimat perbandingan dapat dibuat dengan benar

I. DESCRIBING THINGS

A Question and answer Study the sentences below

1.

A

:

What color is your book?

B

:

My book has a dark blue cover

2

A

:

What does your purse look like?

B

:

It is medium, which has brown color and made of leather

3

A

:

Where have you put your bag ?

B

:

I put it on this chair but I couldn’t find it

4.

A

:

Do you have any sister?

B

:

No, I don’t but I have one brother

5

A

:

Who is the man in the living room?

B

:

He is my uncle. He has just come from Surabaya

B Dialogue

Study the conversations below!

1 Helen

:

Martha, do you have English book? Yes, I do. But I don’t know where it is. There is a book over there, is that yours? What color is the cover of the book? It’s yellow No, that’s not mine. My book has a red cover Whose book is this? I don’t know. It might be John’s book.

Martha :

:

Martha :

:

Martha :

:

Martha :

Helen

Helen

Helen

Questions

1).

Does Martha have English book?

2).

What color is the cover of Martha’s book?

3).

Does Martha know where her book is?

4).

Whose book is that which has yellow cover?

2

Jenny

:

How many sister do you have Tom?

Tom

:

I have two sisters, and what about you?

Jenny

:

I don’t have any sister but I have one brother

Tom

:

Who is that man over there?

Jenny

:

He is my uncle, he lives with my family

Tom

:

There is a little dog over there. Is that your dog?

Jenny

:

Yes, it is. I have three dogs

Questions

1)

Does Jenny have any sister?

2)

Who many sister does Tom have?

3)

How many brothers does Jenny have?

4)

Does Jenny like pets?

5)

How many dogs does she have?

C. Reading Describing things a. Read the text below, learn how Jim describes the things he has got.

Yesterday was my birthday. I got a lot of presents from my family. All the gifts were wrapped in colored paper. Some of them were large, but others were very small. Some were heavy, and others were light. One square parcel was blue; there was a book in it. Another one was long and narrow; it had an umbrella in it. My sister gave me a big round parcel. He thought it was a ball, but it wasn’t. When I removed the yellow paper that covered it, I saw that it was a globe of the world. My brother gave me another present. It was a big box wrapped in green paper. I opened it, and found another box covered with red paper. I removed the paper and I saw a third box; this one was blue in color. Everyone laughed as I opened the boxes. There were six of them. In the last one I found a small white envelope. There was a piece of paper in the envelope which said:”Go to the big bed room. Look in the cupboard near the window. You will see three suitcases:

a black one, a brown one and a grey one. Your birthday present is in one of them.” I went to the large bedroom. I went to the cupboard and began opening the suitcases. I had to open all of them before I saw my present. I was very happy. It was just what I wanted-a portable typewriter.

(Source: English 900, book 3)

Try to understand the reading text by the help of some words like:

1.

Were wrapped

=

terbungkus

2

large

=

besar

 

3

Very small

=

sangat kecil

4

heavy

=

berat

5

light

=

ringan

6

blue

=

biru

7

long and narrow

=

panjang dan kecil

8

a big round parcel

=

bungkusan besar dan bundar

9

covered

=

dibungkus

10

blue in color

=

warnanya biru

11

a small white envelope

 

=

amplop putih kecil

12

large

=

besar

Answer the questions about the reading text

1.

Mention the presents Jim got

in his birthday!

2.

What is in the big round parcel?

3.

What did his brother give him for his birthday present?

4.

What was the shape of blue parcel?

5

What was the color of paper that covered a globe of the world?

Task 1 Have you ever got a nice present? Will you try to describe the present you have ever got, tell about the shape, the wrap color and the things in it.

II DESCRIBING PEOPLE a. Describing Picture Picture 1 (look at the picture and then study the sentences below)

1 (look at the picture and then study the sentences below) Mr. Erick is introducing Mss.

Mr. Erick is introducing Mss. Linda to his colleague.

1. The man wearing glasses is Mr. Erick

2. The lady wearing red dress is Miss. Linda. She is Mr. Erick’s sales manager

3. She is about 165 cm tall, with black and long hair. She is nice and friendly

4. Mr. Erick is introducing her to Mr. Tang, his colleague.

5. Mr. Tang is a successful businessman.

Picture 2 Talking about the picture

successful businessman. Picture 2 Talking about the picture 1. The lady wearing glasses is my grandma

1. The lady wearing glasses is my grandma and the man beside her is my grandpa

2. They are very kind and they love their grandchildren

3. The little boy with a toy car is Anton, my youngest brother.

4. The lady with long hair is my mother, and the calm man beside her is my father

5. Martha and I are watching TV

b. Describing hair and eyes

b. Describing hair and eyes He has short and curly hair His eyes are blue They

He has short and curly hair His eyes are blue

hair and eyes He has short and curly hair His eyes are blue They have medium

They have medium length and wavy hair Their eyes are brown

c. Reading Text

length and wavy hair Their eyes are brown c. Reading Text The girl has long straight

The girl has long straight hair She has black eyes

Text The girl has long straight hair She has black eyes His hair is curly and

His hair is curly and he has blue eyes

Physical appearance and personal characteristic

These are Mr. and Mrs. Hadi’s family

a.

Mr. Hadi is tall, his face is oval, his nose is pointed, his forehead is wide. He has black

and short hair. He is calm and gentleman. His children because he is so kind and friendly.

like and respect him

b.

Mrs. Hadi is tall and slim, she is not fat and not thin, she has a good figure, her face is

round. Her hair is curly

and black. She is a familiar and friendly woman. Mr. and

Mrs. Hadi have four children. They have different fiscal appearances and characteristics.

c.

Lisa is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hadi. She is fat, her nose is flat, her hair is wavy. She is a funny girl. Everyone likes her.

d.

Narti is tall and beautiful with dark eyes, her hair is long. She is a kind and wise girl.

e

Doni is fat and short but strong. His leg is strong too. He likes sport very much, his face is round. He is a familiar and cute boy.

f

Arman is handsome, his hair is straight, he is a serious and clever boy

(Taken from English for Vocational, Book1, Armico, 2006)

Answer the questions based on the reading text above.

1. What is the characteristic of Mr. Hadi?

2. Why do his children like and respect him very much?

3. How many children do Mr. Hadi and Mrs. Hadi have?

4. Who is the oldest?

5. What is the personal characteristic of Narti?

Task 2 Describe the picture below in your own words.

Narti? Task 2 Describe the picture below in your own words. 1 2 3 4 5

1

2

3

4

5

Task 3 Form a group that consist of not more than 4 students Describe your family in your group by showing the photograph.

Task 4 You have just lost your sister in a department store. Ask the security guard for a help. Complete the dialogue below to give your information about your sister. Begin like this:

You

:

Sir, Could you please help me? I can’t find my little sister. I’ve looked

Security :

everywhere! Where were you when you noticed she was missing?

You

:

Security

:

How long ago was that?

You :

Security :

How old is she?

You :

Security :

What is her name?

You :

Security :

What was she wearing?

You :

Security :

What does she look like?

You :

III. COMPARING THINGS Everything or person has deferent or the same shape, size, weight, member, age, height, etc. Now learn how to compare things! Read the text carefully

A. I have three books, I bought it last night. The books are English, mathematics and Indonesian. The price of English book is Rp. 35.000,- the Indonesian book is Rp. 30.000 and the mathematics is Rp. 32.000,- All of them cost Rp. 97.000,- English has 150 pages, the Indonesian has 136 pages and Mathematics has 125 pages.

After reading the text, now answer the questions:

1. Which one of the books is the cheapest?

2. Which one is the most expensive?

3. Which one is more expensive, Indonesian or English?

4. Which one is cheaper, Indonesian or mathematics?

B. My mother has bought some shirts in different color. The red one is in large size, the yellow one is in small size and the blue one is in medium size. The red one costs Rp. 60.000,- the blue one costs 50.000,- and the yellow one costs Rp. 60.000,-

Now compare the shirts by answering the questions below

1. Which one of the shirt is more expensive, the red one or the blue one?

2. Does the yellow shirt cheaper then the red one?

3. Which one is the cheapest?

4. Which one is the largest in size?

5. Which one is the larger, the blue or the yellow one?

Task 5 Look at the picture.

the blue or the yellow one? Task 5 Look at the picture. 31 Udin Ilyas Burhan

31

Udin

Ilyas

Burhan

Dian

171 cm

172 cm

170 cm

171 cm

1. Make 5 sentences in comparison using the word tall/short -

-

-

-

-

in comparison using the word tall/short - - - - - Siti Rohana Vera 50 kg

Siti

Rohana

Vera

50 kg

44 kg

48 kg

Devi

42 kg

2.

Based on the picture above, make 5 sentences in comparison using the word thin

/fat.

-

-

-

-

-

3

The result of the English test

Name

Result

Herna

7

Budi

8

Anton

6

Hery

7

Irfan

9

Write 5 sentences in comparison based on the table above by using the word clever

-

-

-

-

-

IV LANGUAGE FOCUS

A. Degrees of comparison of adjectives

There are three types of comparison; they are:

1. Positive degrees

2 Comparative degrees

3 Superlative degrees

Example:

1. Marry is 15 years old. Dina is 15 years old too Marry is as old as Dina

2. Rudi is 165 cm tall, Badrun is 170 cm tall. Badrun is taller than Rudi

3. Rini got 7 in English, Edi got 6 and Ana got 8 Ana is the cleverest students of all.

Look at the table below:

a. Adjectives consist of one or two syllables.