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MODULE 9

Page 93, Chapter 6

a. We won’t have to carry so many forms of identification because machines


will be able to recognize us. D
b. We won’t have to pay for telephones and parking. S
c. Technology will do a lot of the housework that humans do now. S
d. Our TVs will be able to analyse our tastes. S
e. Developing countries will become wealthy if they educate their workers
correctly. S
f. Computers will be able to create newer computers without human help. S
g. One day, computers will be able to do everything human beings can do. D
h. Human will no longer have to do boring tasks. S

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Practice 1

1. Children probably won’t study at home rather than at school.


2. All housework definitely will be done by robots.
3. There almost certainly won’t be more need for dentist.
4. There will definitely be a cure for most diseases.
5. All teaching will almost certainly be done by computer.
6. Chinese will probably be the world’s number one language.
7. Small shop will almost certainly disappear.
8. There will probably no newspaper.
9. People probably will live to age of 130.
10.Cars will probably report bad driving to the police.
Practice 2

1. Famous people
The one Famous People in indonesian is Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono;He was
born 9 September 1949 is an Indonesian politician and retired Army general
officer who was the President of Indonesia from 2004 to 2014. He is currently
the chairman of the Democratic Party of Indonesia and President of the
Assembly and Chair of the Council of the Global Green Growth Institute.
Yudhoyono won the 2004 presidential election, defeating incumbent
President Megawati Sukarnoputri. Widely known in Indonesia by his initials
"SBY", he was sworn into office on 20 October 2004, together with Jusuf
Kalla as Vice-President. He ran for re-election in 2009 with Boediono as his
running mate, and won with an outright majority of the votes in the first round
of balloting; he was sworn in for a second term on 20 October 2009.
Yudhoyono's term as President ended on 20 October 2014, after having held the
office for 10 years.

2. Sporting events
The 2016 AFF Championship, sponsored by Suzuki and officially known as
the AFF Suzuki Cup 2016,[1] was the eleventh edition of the AFF
Championship, the football championship of nations affiliated to the ASEAN
Football Federation (AFF). The whole tournament ran from 19 November to 17
December 2016. After the recognition by FIFA as a "category A" tournament,
the 2016 edition of the tournament would grant international ranking points for
each match. In this year, this sporting events held in myanmar

3. The season.
The season of Indonesia is almost entirely tropical. The uniformly warm
waters that make up 81% of Indonesia's area ensure that temperatures on land
remain fairly constant, with the coastal plains averaging 28 °C, the inland and
mountain areas averaging 26 °C, and the higher mountain regions, 23 °C.
Temperature varies little from season to season, and Indonesia experiences
relatively little change in the length of daylight hours from one season to the
next; the difference between the longest day and the shortest day of the year is
only forty-eight minutes. This allows crops to be grown all year round.

4. The tropical country might have snow.


Jayawijaya mountain is one example in tropical countries The fall-Snow.
Jayawijaya Mountains, formerly known as the Orange Range, are the
eastern mountain range of the Maoke Mountains in the central highlands region
of the Indonesian part of New Guinea. The range extends for 230 miles east of
the Sudirman Range to the Star Mountains. Its highest point is Puncak
Mandala at 4,760 metres (15,617 ft). The Baliem River has its source in the
range.

5. The level of sea would drown many little islands.


Global warming is giving a serious threat to the small islands in Indonesia. The
most feared impact of global warming is drown small islands in Indonesia. In
fact, Indonesia with more than 13,000 islands, many of which are little islands.

6. The students will be able to speak English better after the English class.
Now I feel more comfortable and secure when speaking
English and more fluent, too. After studying the expressions and words, you
should use them in the conversation. I think she was able to make our classes,
which were quite extensive.

7. My seatmate would be a good engineer.


Rizqi, my seatmeat would be a good engineer because he think that Technically,
mechanical engineers are needed in every industry, since wherever there is a
problem that deals with energy, motion, and force, engineers are there to fix it.

8. He could get the first rank.


I ever ask to my classmate what the tips he could get first rank in class then He
answer Practice and enrich your learning. If you are studying a book in English,
read it! So then you will have the upper hand over the rest of the class. Little
things like this really make a difference to your grades

9. I would be a good father for my little family.


when asked what the future fulfill your dream then I'll answer I would be a good
father for my little family because Being a great dad isn't about holding the baby
just right, or knowing how to burp her, or being a willing participant at
imaginary tea parties. Being a good dad starts with being a good husband.

10.My dreams will do come true.


Genesis in dreams usually impossible in the real world, and beyond the control
of the dreamer. The exception is in the dream that is called lucid dreaming. In
such dreams, the dreamer realizes that he was dreaming when the dream is still
ongoing, and sometimes is able to change the environment in a dream, and
control some aspects of the dream.

Page 97, Practice 1

Complete these opinions with the correct forms of the verbs in brackets.

a. ‘I (1) would definitely hand in (definitely hand) a wallet if I (2) found it in


the street. It (3) was awful to lose all your credit . And I hope if I (4) never
lost (ever lose) my wallet, someone (5) handed (hand) it in.’
b. ‘I would probably steal (probably steal) paper and things from my office if
I (7) knew (know) other people (8) did (do) it too... but I (9) would be (be)
terribly embarrassed if my boss (10) caught (catch) me!’
c. ‘I (11) would definitely tell (definitely tell) a shop assistant if he or she (12)
didn’t charge (not charge) me enough, I’m extremely honest!’
d. ‘I (13) will take (take) a day off work if I (14) am (be) really fed up or
tired... everyone does it, don’t they? But I (15) will feel (feel) a bit guilty the
next day.’
e. ‘I (16) will park (park) in a disabled parking space if there (17) is (be) a real
emergency, I suppose, but I (18) won’t do (not do) it otherwise, I think it’s
totally unacceptable.’

Practice 3

1. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live?
2. What will you do if you have some free time this evening?
3. If you can become a famous person for a day, who will it be? Why do you
choose that person?
4. If you go shopping this week, what will you buy?
5. Where will you go if you have a holiday next year? Who will you go with?
6. How would your life be different if you were a millionaire? What were the
best and the worst things about it?
3D PRINTING

Definition and History of 3D Printers

3D Printing also known as Additive Layer Manufacturing is the process of


creating three-dimensional solid object or any form of digital models. How it
works is similar to a laser printer with a technique to make the object of a
number of layer / layer, each of which is printed on every other layer. This
printing technology itself has actually been growing since about 1980, but not
so well known until 2010an when 3D printing machine is introduced
commercially. Historically the first 3D printer that works well created by Chuck
Hull of 3D Systems Corp. in 1984. Since that time the 3D printing technology
and the growing use in prototyping (model) and the broader industry as in the
architectural, automotive, military, medical industry , fashion, geographic
information systems to biotech (replacement of human tissue). Woww, amazing
is not it?

Basic Principles and Methods of 3D Printing Machines

The basic principles or how the 3D printer machine is generally divided in three
stages, namely the process of a 3D object model, Printing and Finishing. Model
3D objects can be created with the help of computer design or 3D scanner, the
process is analyzing and collecting data from the real object to then shape and
appearance created as a digital three-dimensional model. Printing or printing
process using the basic principles of Additive Layer (see definition above) with
a series of process design three-dimensional reading machine and began to
compose in consecutive layers to build the model in a series of complete
process. These layers are connected by a virtual model (3d models) are
automatically combined to form a complete arrangement intact. Its main
advantage is a 3d printer machine with this technique can make any shape
indefinitely. Finishing stage can be done manually to enhance parts of the
complex that may be caused by oversized or a different size than desired.
Additional techniques to enhance this process can also use the technique of
multiple materials or different materials; multiple color or combination of
colors.