B. LEAVE TAKINGS
Study the following dialogs and understand the use of leave-takings.
Situation: In the afternoon, Charles will go home after visiting Dona.
Charles : I must be going now.
Dona : Thanks for your coming.
Charles : Good bye.
Dona : Take care.
Situation: Brown will be off after staying for a while at Black’s house.
Brown : Well, I must be off now. I have a lot of things to do today.
Black : Thanks for coming. Please come again soon.
Brown : See you for now.
Black : See you.
Instruction: pronounce these words correctly.
Thank / /
Thanks / /
Thank you / /
Pretty / /
Pretty good / /
Good morning / /
Good afternoon / /
Good evening / /
Until then / /
Good-bye / /
Observe the following diary.
Today, Saturday August 12th, 2010
I’m very glad to meet my old friend, Budi. I can hear some interesting stories from him. I can share my own story too. Really, today is my special day for me.
Write down about a diary of your experience today. Use a simple sentence. Not more than 5 sentences.
Observe the following paragraph of giving a speech.
Here I’d like to tell you about my personal identity.
My name is Franklin. I am 15 years old. I have one brother and one sister. My father’s job is a civil servant. My mother’s job is a mid-wife. My brother is a university student. My sister is a Secondary School student. My hobby is writing a short story. My ambition is to be a novelist. I want my life to be useful for my family, my neighbor, and my nation. And now I am studying in Senior High School 10 Kediri.
I think that’s all my story of personal identity.
Write down a paragraph for giving a speech. Use your own identity and people around you.
Read aloud the paragraph for giving a speech (in Exercise 1) in front of the class.
Perform a speech you have made in exercise 1 in front of the class without reading a note.
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