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Name: Rizki Putri Damayanti

Class: 4D

NPM: 1711040140

Final Test English for Specific Purpose

1. What is (ESP) English for Specific Purposes provide the definition of


ESP!
2. Describe 5 historical backgrounds which laid out the foundation of the
ESP world from the beginning of the studies and conclude according to
your definition!
3. Teaching and learning ESP is differ with English general class/program,
explanation what the differences between
4. How many steps do the teachers/tutors/lectures do before teaching ESP
class?
5. Mention 7 vocational schools which using ESP in their teaching/learning!
Mention 7 faculties/academics which using ESP in their teaching/learning!
6. Provide an example of needs analysis studies result (graph, percentages,
numbers, descriptions) and design your own ESP teaching/learning model
in 6 meetings!

Answer

1. ESP (English Specific Purpose) is movement based on the proposition that


all language teaching should be tailored to the specific learning and
language use needs of identified groups of students and also sensitive to
the socio cultural context in which these students will be using English.

ESP refers to the teaching of specific genre of mainly scientific or


technical English for student with specific goals, careers or fields of study.
ESP meets the needs of mostly adult learners who need to learn a foreign
language for use in their specific fields, such as science, technology,
medicine or academic learning.
2. 5 historical backgrounds of the ESP:
1. In the 1960s, ESP practitioners believed their main job was to teach
the technical vocabulary of a given field or profession.
2. In 1970s, Hutchinson and Waters first introduced the idea of learning
English through content of a subject.
3. By the 1980s, in many parts of the world, a needs-based philosophy
appeared in language teaching. Many students learnt ESP not because
they were merely willing to know English but rather to do a task in
English. There then emerged some specific disciplines: English for
law, English for Hotel industry, English for Tourist Management,
English for marketing, and English for Banking.
4. Krashen in 1981 came up with “natural language acquisition idea”
which then supports the ESP approach. It is said that the best way in
learning a language is to use it for meaningful aims. In response to the
meaningful aims in learning English, various applications of ESP have
appeared: EAP (English for Academic Purpose), CLIL (Content and
Language Integrated Learning), CBI (Content-Based Instruction), and
TBL (Task-Based Learning).
5. CILL is an approach for learning content through an additional
language (foreign or second), thus teaching both the subject and the
language. Many experts considered CILL a great way in learning
English which give the learners with meaningful input and authentic
suggested. CBI, another application, is designed to provide second-
language learners instruction in the use of subject matter as a vehicle
for second or foreign language teaching/learning (content) and
language.

Conclusion:

In my definition, ESP is learning about language which have purpose to job and
the history background of ESP grew up from time by time has meaningful in
teaching and learning process, which ESP has related to specific disciplines.

3. Differences between teaching and learning ESP and general class are:
 General class
- General class is for all learners
- No needs analysis is required for general class learners
- Four language skill are practiced equally
 Teaching And Learning ESP
- ESP student are adult and they already have knowledge of basic
English
- ESP students learn language for professional skills and job related
function
- ESP program includes various disciplines
- In ESP course language skills are taught after needs analysis
- ESP course combines both subject matter and ELT
- In ESP course, the learners get motivated to use of language they know
and interact with speaker
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4. There are 9 steps:

1. The responsibility of the teacher

2. Organizing Courses

3. Setting Goals and Objectives

4. Creating a Learning Environment

5. Evaluating Students

6. The responsibility of the student

7. Interest for Learning

8. Subject-Content Knowledge

9. Learning Strategies

5. 7 vocational schools

– SMK Telkom Purwokerto


- SMK Analisis Kesehatan Nasional Surakarta
- SMK Telkom Sandhy Putra, Jakarta Barat
- SMK Farmasi, Surabaya
- SMK Citra Angkasa School
- SMK Pelayaran Satria Bahari
- SMK Kesehatan Nurul Islam Husada
7 faculties/academics

- Accounting
- Technology and Management of Plantation Production
- Production Technology and Development or Agricultural
Communities
- Communication
- Ecotourism
- Computer Engineering
- Chemical Analysis
6. Report the result need analysis study:
a. Name : Ahmad Ilyas
Years : 2016
A Need Analysis on English Course Islamic Banking Department
1. The result of the researcher’s interview with the first year students of
Islamic banking department.
2. In another research, it is recommended that internal motivation of English
learners can be the product of an ESP program.

Diagram : the reason of why English is important

12% future job carier

16% other reasons


48%

talking to native
speakers
24%

From the diagram, it could be seen that the international status as one of the most
widely spoken language makes the students sure that English is important to
learn.
Diagram : the percentage of the most needed English skill

speaking
30% 30%
reading

listening

writing
15%
25%

The diagram shows that among the communicative skills, speaking is the most
preferred on.

b. Name : Olivya agustia


Year : 2017
A Need Analysis Of Forum Pelajar Mahasiswa Kabupaten
Bengkayang (FPMKB) Members In Pesta Seni Dan Budaya Dayak
Kalimantan (PSDBK) Annual Event
1. In this research, use formulations with the question.
2. In this research, identities of the sample.

Table:

No Name Age Gender Total


Fem % Male % Sum %
ale
1 Ani 18 3 30 1 12.5 4 22.2
Bibi
Cici
Didi
2 Eni 19 1 10 0 0 1 5.6
3 Fifi 20 3 30 1 12.5 4 22.2
Gigi
Heni
Indi
4 Jedi 21 2 20 1 12.5 3 16.7
Keti
Lili
5 Meti 22 1 10 3 37.5 4 22.2
Noni
Ovi
Preti
6 Qiqi >23 0 0 2 25 2 11.1
Reri
Total (%) 100 100
Total 10 55.6 44.4 100 18 100
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
KEBANGSAAN SCHOOL
TOPIC I
INTRODUCTION

Level : Advance

Meeting : 1 (first meeting)

Time : 1x45 minutes

A. SPEAKING

Let’s mention aviation industry association

No Name of aviation
1 International air transport association (IATA)
2 U.S. Travel
3 International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
4 Airlines for America
5 Flight Global Airlines
6 Airports Council International-North America
7 Airports Council International (ACI)
8 Global Business Travel Association (GBTA)
9 Women in Aviation
10 Security Industry Association (SIA)
11 Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX)
12 American Association of Airport Executives
13 Airport Consultants Council (ACC)
14 Security Manufactures Coalition
B. READING

Please read of history aviation, find the information and answer the question
below!

History of Aviation

On December 17, 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright capped four years of research and
design efforts with a 120-foot, 12-second flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina - the first
powered flight in a heavier-than-air machine. Prior to that, people had flown only in
balloons and gliders. The first person to fly as a passenger was Leon Delagrange, who
rode with French pilot Henri Farman from a meadow outside of Paris in 1908. Charles
Furnas became the first American airplane passenger when he flew with Orville Wright at
Kitty Hawk later that year.

First Flights

On December 17, 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright capped four years of research and
design efforts with a 120-foot, 12-second flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina - the first
powered flight in a heavier-than-air machine. Prior to that, people had flown only in
balloons and gliders.

The first person to fly as a passenger was Leon Delagrange, who rode with French pilot
Henri Farman from a meadow outside of Paris in 1908. Charles Furnas became the first
American airplane passenger when he flew with Orville Wright at Kitty Hawk later that
year.

The first scheduled air service began in Florida on January 1, 1914. Glenn Curtiss had
designed a plane that could take off and land on water and thus could be built larger than
any plane to date, because it did not need the heavy undercarriage required for landing on
hard ground. Thomas Benoist, an auto parts maker, decided to build such a flying boat, or
seaplane, for a service across Tampa Bay called the St. Petersburg - Tampa Air Boat
Line. His first passenger was ex-St. Petersburg Mayor A.C. Pheil, who made the 18-mile
trip in 23 minutes, a considerable improvement over the two-hour trip by boat. The
single-plane service accommodated one passenger at a time, and the company charged a
one-way fare of $5. After operating two flights a day for four months, the company
folded with the end of the winter tourist season.
Answer the questions!

1. When the first flights?


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2. Who is the first passenger?


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3. When is the start first schedule air service?


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4. Who is Thomas Benoist?


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5. Who is the first passenger in American airplane?


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C. WRITING
Write job related with the aviation and answer the question below!

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5. What is the function of their job?


ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
KEBANGSAAN SCHOOL
TOPIC II
PILOT

Level : Advance

Meeting : 2 (second meeting)

Time : 1x45 minutes

A. SPEAKING

Please, practice the conversation with your friend!

Pilot: And we'd like the longest runway, please.

ATC: There are men and equipment on the runway. They're going
to try to get them off now.

Pilot: We are declaring an emergency, and please roll equipment


for our landing, please.

Ground crew: Tower, we can start trying to pull them off, but I don't
think we will get them all off in time.

Then things went from bad to worse.

Pilot: We've lost all our instruments right now, and we're going to
need PAR. (PAR is an acronym for precision approach radar,
requested in this case because Flight 497's pilots wanted help
landing the plane.)

ATC: 497, clear to land ... . You'll be able to make it sir?


B. READING

Read the text below and answer the question below!

What does a Pilot do?

Depending on what area of the industry the pilot works in, they may be
responsible for transporting civilians, members of the military, private goods,
commercial products, or other types of cargo. The type of aircraft used depends on
the pilot's specialization. Some pilots fly helicopters while others fly larger
commercial aircraft to transport tens or even hundreds of passengers. Other pilots
fly cargo planes to move large amounts of mail, automobiles, industrial equipment
and other goods from one area to another.

The most well-known pilots are those who work for an airline company, flying
passengers who are commuting or vacationing. Their primary responsibility is to
operate the aircraft, but their day consists of many hours performing other tasks.
Pilots check the weather and confirm flight plans before departing. They also
perform pre-flight inspections and check flight logs prior to departure. During the
flight, pilots are responsible for the safety of all crew and passengers on board.
They may often need to make split-second decisions and are in constant contact
with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to keep abreast of changes to the
flight plan or safety issues. Commercial cargo pilots work in much the same
capacity, with the only major change being that they transport cargo instead of
people.

Careers are also available in the military, where pilots transport military
personnel, soldiers, equipment, or goods for the government. Military pilots fly
jets, bombers, and helicopters in combat, rescue, or reconnaissance missions.
Some military officers are employed as test pilots, evaluating new and
experimental aircraft prototypes.
In the private sector, pilots typically fly smaller planes like jets or light aircraft.
They are employed by businessmen or celebrities and provide on-demand service
for all their client's traveling needs. A private aviator may work as an independent
contractor and offer service for-hire to many customers, or be employed solely by
a corporation or wealthy individual.

Pilots with enough experience in the industry may eventually decide to work for
or establish an aviation school. As an instructor in the school, pilots teach
prospective aviators the fundamentals of flight. Topics covered in private lessons
include safety, aviation history, and flying procedures. They work with students
and enable them to obtain their private pilot certificate or instrument rating.

Answer the question below!

1. Find the main idea from the text!


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2. What does pilot do?
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C. WRITING

Answer the question below!


1. What is the support pilot?

A sport pilot is the easiest and least restrictive certificate a student can
obtain. It’s meant for those pilots who wish to fly in light aircraft only, at low
altitudes in their local area.

2. What is the recreational pilot?

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3. What is the private pilot?


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5. What is the airline transport pilot?

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ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
KEBANGSAAN SCHOOL
TOPIC III
PLANE

Level : Advance

Meeting : 3 (third meeting)

Time : 1x45 minutes

A. SPEAKING

Please describe part of plane in front of class!

Engines, Tail, and Wings

The engines, tail, and wings are the parts of a plane that make it actually fly--
they're the functional parts. The engines are the cylindrical parts usually found
under (or sometimes just above) the wings, and they drive the plane forward.
There are many different types of engines, from simple propellers to the jet
engines found on most modern passenger planes. But the goal is the same: to push
air behind the plane and force the plane forward. It's like when you move a boat
forward by pushing the water back through rowing or using an engine, except it's
air instead of water.

The tail is the very back of the plane. You might have noticed that planes tend to
have a particular shape right at the back, and it's there for a reason. Most of the
tail is stationary, but it also contains movable parts called flaps. There is usually a
vertical flap called a rudder, which points the plane left or right. There are also
two horizontal flaps called elevators, which point the plane up or down. Together,
these are what the pilot uses to control the plane.
The wings of the plane are what make it able to fly in the first place--they
produce an upward force called lift. The wings are the parts that stretch out from
the side of the plane. Wings can stretch out perfectly straight or be angled up
slightly, because an upward angle reduces the chance of the plane rolling
unexpectedly. Wings also contain the main flaps that allow pilots to take off and
land at lower speeds and outer flaps called ailerons that allow the plane to bank
left or right.

Cockpit and Fuselage

The fuselage is the middle of the plane, where humans and cargo are found. The
fuselage is a part that doesn't really aid in the flight--its purpose is to hold the
passengers and cargo. Within the fuselage, you also find the cockpit, where the
pilot and copilot sit to control the plane. A modern cockpit is a confusing array of
screens, lights, dials, and buttons doing all kinds of things. Let's take a quick look
at the main parts of a cockpit.

B. READING
Read descriptive below, and find the topic from the text!

Airplanes

We take for it granted that we can fly from one side of the world to the other in a
matter of hours, but a century ago this amazing ability to race through the air had
only just been discovered. What would the Wright brothers—the pioneers of
powered flight—make of an age in which something like 100,000 planes take to
the sky each day in the United States alone? They'd be amazed, of course, and
delighted too. Thanks to their successful experiments with powered flight, the
airplane is rightfully recognized as one of the greatest inventions of all time. Let's
take a closer look at how it works!

How do planes fly?

If you've ever watched a jet plane taking off or coming in to land, the first thing
you'll have noticed is the noise of the engines. Jet engines, which are long metal
tubes burning a continuous rush of fuel and air, are far noisier (and far more
powerful) than traditional propeller engines. You might think engines are the key
to making a plane fly, but you'd be wrong. Things can fly quite happily without
engines, as gliders (planes with no engines), paper planes, and indeed gliding
birds readily show us.

Photo: Four forces act on a plane in flight. When the plane flies horizontally at a
steady speed, lift from the wings exactly balances the plane's weight and the thrust
exactly balances the drag. However, during takeoff, or when the plane is
attempting to climb in the sky (as shown here), the thrust from the engines
pushing the plane forward exceeds the drag (air resistance) pulling it back. This
creates a lift force, greater than the plane's weight, which powers the plane higher
into the sky. Photo by Nathanael Callon courtesy of US Air Force.

If you're trying to understand how planes fly, you need to be clear about the
difference between the engines and the wings and the different jobs they do. A
plane's engines are designed to move it forward at high speed. That makes air
flow rapidly over the wings, which throw the air down toward the ground,
generating an upward force called lift that overcomes the plane's weight and holds
it in the sky. So it's the engines that move a plane forward, while the wings move
it upward.
Answer the question below?
1. Explain how to fly of plane!

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C. WRITING

Please give name of aircraft below!

1. What is type of this aircraft?


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2. What is type of this aircraft?


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ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
KEBANGSAAN SCHOOL
TOPIC IV
AIRPORT

Level : Advance

Meeting : 4 (fourth meeting)

Time : 1x45 minutes

A. SPEAKING

Please mention 10 famous airports in the world!

No Name of airport
1 Hartsfield-Jackson Atlana International Airport (ATL)
2 Beijing Capital international Airport (PEK)
3 Dubai International Airport (DXB)
4 Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
5 Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND)
6 O’Hare International Airport, Chicago (ORD)
7 London Heathrow (LHR)
8 Hong Kong International Airport (HKA)
9 Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG)
10 Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)
B. READING

Please read schedule of plane arrivals!

ARRIVALS
Scheduled Revised From Flight Status

Royal Brunei Airlines BI


Bandar Seri Begawan Arrived 35
12:20 12:55 735
(BWN) minutes late
Codeshare: GA 9009

12:25 12:25 Pangkal Pinang (PGK) Sriwijaya Air SJ 73 Arrived On-Time

Arrived 34
12:30 13:04 Kuala Lumpur (KUL) AirAsia AK 351
minutes late

12:30 12:30 Bangkok (DMK) Thai Lion Air SL* 116 Arrived On-Time

Garuda Indonesia GA 313


12:45 13:40 Surabaya (SUB) Codeshare: EY 8200 / MH 55 minutes late
5919 / PG 4369

12:45 12:45 Malang (MLG) Citilink CTV 751 Arrived On-Time

12:45 12:45 Palembang (PLM) Garuda Indonesia GA 109 Arrived On-Time

12:50 12:50 Surakarta (SOC) Sriwijaya Air SJ 213 On-Time

12:50 12:50 Singapore (SIN) Lion Air JT* 163 Arrived On-Time

Garuda Indonesia GA 407


12:55 12:55 Denpasar (DPS) Codeshare: EY 7109 / PG Arrived On-Time
4363 / TK 9367 / WY 5407

Please answer the question below base on table above!

1. Mention the status flight which arrive on-time?

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2. What’s time schedule of Sriwijaya Air SJ 73 flight?

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ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
KEBANGSAAN SCHOOL
TOPIC V
STEWARDESS

Level : Advance

Meeting : 5 (fifth meeting)

Time : 1x45 minutes

A. SPEAKING

Please practice the announcement from stewardess to passenger!

Welcome announcement.

Good Morning! Ladies and Gentlemen.


Welcome onboard this flight to Seoul.
My name is John Graham and I'm Your In-flight Service
Director.
Your cabin crew are here to ensure you have an enjoyable
flight to Seoul this morning.

Good morning. ladies and gentlemen.


Welcome aboard Korean Air flight 493 bound for Taipei .
We are sorry for the delay in our departure.
Please fasten your seat belt and refrain from smoking while
the no smoking sign is on.

From captain Jackson and the crew, it is our pleasure to


serve you today.
If there is anything we can do to make your flight more
enjoyable, please let us know. Thank you.
In a few moments we'll be screening a safety Video about
this aircraft.
you'll also find a safety briefing card in the seat pocket in
front of you.
We require that you give us your careful attention.
B. READING

Top 10 reasons to become a Flight Attendant

As you may already know, there are enough different possibilities to find yourself
in aviation field. One of the options could be starting career as a flight attendant.
Have you ever considered that? We assure you there are many benefits you could
find by choosing this profession. This time Baltic Aviation Academy presents a
list of 10 reasons to become a flight attendant, worthy to take in consideration.
Read out and make your decision!

1. Get your wings!

Dreams to own a job above the ground may come true easily! By choosing a flight
attendant’s profession you get your desired wings. It means that you already are
kicked in aviation field. Isn’t that cool?

2. Travel while paid

Actually, we do not need many discussions on this subject. The benefit is obvious.
Visit the outermost corners of the world while getting paid for that.

3. Meet different people

Flight attendant’s job gives you an opportunity to interact with different


background people. Certainly, there will always be the crazy ones, but most of the
passengers are interesting – each with their own story and destination. As well as
it is a great chance to learn different cultures and customs.
4. Ladder of success

Profession of flight attendant gives you a great opportunity to climb a career


ladder. Starting from a regular cabin crew member you could gain a Senior Cabin
Crew qualification as well as to become an Instructor for Cabin Crew training
afterwards. You could also change the airline – from a small and less popular and
move to a large and widely known.

5. Flexibility

Take an opportunity to become a king of your own time! Flight attendants could
often choose the time and frequency when they want to fly. Flexible hours are a
great benefit of this profession.

6. Learn first aid

The ability to provide the first aid has never caused harm to anyone. Let it be your
quality which may be required at any time.

7. Fancy hotels

You don’t think it is actually true? If you are a fan of luxury and comfort, this
profession is right for you. Once in a while you will get the exclusive
opportunities to try out the nice and fancy hotels. Who can dislike that?

8. Easy job

While others are laboring hard to get the money you could brag about your pretty
easy job. In most cases you only have to be polite and positive with the passengers
and serve some food. Despite spending many hours on your feet, you have quite a
lot of leisure time.

9. The uniforms

Some of the airlines dress their flight attendants with a really stylish and
glamorous outfit. It is a great chance to wear fancy clothes as well as uniforms
that are always attractive for others.

10. Make new friends

The lifestyle of flight attendant destines you to always meet new interesting and
different people. In a result, you will make many friends all around the world,
some of them – for life.We hope that after reading this article you will have
enough reasons to become a flight attendant! If you have already made your
decision to become one, apply for initial cabin crew Training course at Baltic
Aviation Academy and start your extraordinary career right away!
Answer the question below!

1. Mention the advantage to be a stewardess?

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ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES
KEBANGSAAN SCHOOL
TOPIC VI
AIRPORT IN INDONESIAN

Level : Advance

Meeting : 5 (fifth meeting)

Time : 1x45 minutes

A. SPEAKING

Mention 10 name of airport in Indonesia!

1. International Soekarno-Hatta Airport


2. International Juanda Airport
3. International Ngurah Rai Airport
4. International Sultan Hasanudin Airport
5. International Kuala Namu Airport
6. Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Airport
7. International Hang Nadim Airport
8. International Minangkabau Airport
9. International Supadio Airport
10. International Sam Ratungali Airport
B. READING

Read and answer question below!

Unlike other international airlines which have stopped flights to Jakarta, Garuda
Indonesia has no plan to delay its operation in the capital city.
Garuda Indonesia spokesman Pujobroto said the national flag airlines had not
received any notification that Soekarno-Hatta Airport had been affected by the
volcanic ash from the Mt. Merapi eruption about 500 kilometers to the east.
"There has been no notification from the aviation authorities which says the
airport is affected by the volcanic ash. Therefore Garuda continues its
activities", Pujobroto said as quoted by kompas.com.
A total of 13 international carriers stopped their flights to Jakarta on Saturday,
concerned out volcanic ash in the air that could cause damage to their aircraft
engines, and endanger safety. They are Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia, Singapore
Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Turkish Air, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa and KLM.
Separately, Soekarno Hatta Airport operator PT Angkasa Pura II said the airport
was safe and not affected by the volcano's eruptions. "The airport is considered
normal and safe so far", airport operator's president director Tri S Sunoko said.
(The Jakarta Post)

41. What does the text tell us about?

A. International airlines to Jakarta.


B. Volcanic ash of Merapi eruption.
C. The condition of Sukarno Hatta Airport.
D. Garuda's operation in relation to the volcanic ash of Mt. Merapi.
42. What is the reason for Garuda to continue its activities?

A. Volcanic ashes had causing some damages to aircrafts.


B. There is no notification of danger from authorities.
C. Other international carriers had stop their service.
D. Soekarno Hatta airport is unsafe for flights.

43. What is the main idea of the third paragraph?

A. 13 international carries stopped their flights to Jakarta because of the volcanic


ash.
B. Malaysia Airlines, Air Asia, Singapore Airlines are some of International
carriers.
C. Volcanic ash in the air could cause damage to aircraft and engines.
D. 13 international carriers are in critical situation in Jakarta.
C. WRITING

Write and describe 5 airport in Indonesian!

1. International Soekarno-Hatta Airport


Soekarno–Hatta International Airport (Indonesian: Bandar Udara
Internasional Soekarno–Hatta) (IATA: CGK, ICAO: WIII), abbreviated SHIA[6] or
Cengkareng airport (hence IATA designator "CGK"), is the primary airport
serving the Greater Jakarta area on the island of Java in Indonesia. Named
after the first president and vice-president of Indonesia, Soekarno and
Mohammad Hatta, the airport is located at Benda, Tangerang, 20 km
northwest of Central Jakarta. It is the busiest, largest airport in Southeast Asia,
the busiest in the southern hemisphere and one of the busiest airports in the
world. Together with Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport, they served
over 70 million passengers of Greater Jakarta in 2017.

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