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SERI PENGAYAAN

Unit 1

Self-Introduction

In life, we always find new people in our surrounding. In addition if we move to a new place, so will be there a lot of people we do not know yet. So that we have to introduce ourselves or sometime we get introducing someone to others, and in our daily we also meet our friends anywhere, so we say greeting for them.

To get things done


Listening : Respond to someones greeting and introducing Respond to a descriptive monologue Speaking : To greet someone Self-Introduction and Introducing someone to others Express simple oral monologue in the form of descriptive Reading : To read aloud a simple descriptive text Writing : To write simple descriptive text

Mr. Grammar Interrogative Pronoun Personal Pronoun Possessive Pronoun Sir Glasses Box Greeting and Introduction

Hi, Nice to meet you!


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What do you say when you great someone or introduction with new people? After greeting, what else will you ask? What do you say when you introduce yourself?

Listen to the dialogue and Get Practice.

Hello, may I have your name? My name is Sendi. Where are you from? I am from Jakarta. How old are you? I am eleven year-old Ok, Sendi. Please, wait for the doctor in the waiting room. I will call you later. Thank you.

Guntur : Hello. How do you do? Nice to see you. Iqbal Iqbal Iqbal Iqbal Iqbal Iqbal : How do you do? Nice to see you too. : I am Iqbal. : I am from Tangerang, I live in Ciputat. What about you? : eleven year-old, and you? : Id like to speak with you. But I am so sorry, I really must go now. : Good bye. See you later! Guntur : I am Guntur. What is your name? Guntur : Where are you from? Guntur : I am from Bekasi, I live in Pondok Ungu. How old are you? Guntur : So do I. Guntur : It is okey. Go ahead. Guntur : See you!

Look and Repeat.

Good morning.

Good night.

What is your name?

Good Bye. I am glad to meet you. Hi, how are you? See you later.

Fina : Good afternoon. Rudi : Good afternoon. Fina : What is your name? Rudi : My name is Rudi. Picture Fina : How do you spell your name? Rudi : R U D I. And what is your name? Fina : My name is Fina. Rudi : How do you spell your name? Fina : F I N A. Rudi : Nice to meet you. Fina : Nice to meet you too.

In pair. Say this dialogue.


1. Rizal : Good morning, sir. Mr. Rian Rizal Mr. Rian : Good morning, Rizal. How are you? : I am fine, thank you. And you sir? : I am fine too. 2. Bilqis : Hello, Rara. Rara Rara 3. Baim : Hi, Bilqis. : Nice to see you too! Bilqis : Nice to see you!

: Sorry. I have to go now. Deni Baim Deni : It is ok. Please. : Good bye. See you tomorrow. : See you.

4.

Mother: Good night, Ranti. Ranti Mother Ranti : Good night, Mum. : Have sweet dreams. : You too, Mum.

Sometime we have to introduce someone to other people, that are our friend/s or our family (mother, father, brother, sister, grandparents, etc). To do that so we use personal pronoun, that is as subject or object. Personal pronoun as the subject of sentence (functioned as subject) usually gets in the beginning of sentence, and as the object (functioned as subject) usually gets at the end of sentence.

Fun Corner With Mr. Grammer,,,


Perssonal Pronoun Subject I You We They He She It Object Me You Us Them Him Her It

Interrogative pronouns is used to form question. Personal pronouns are words that take the place of nouns. To be can be used as an auxiliary or a main verb. Possesive

Possesive Pronouns I You We They He She It


Interrogative to be Possesive/Personal Pronouns

My Your Our Their His Her Its

Important things!
Dont forget when you make nominal sentence of present time, match their subject with own to be {(I = am) (you, we, they = are) (he, she, it = is)}

What

is

your name? his/her name? she/he?

Who

is

Personal pronoun as the subject: Example: I see you You see me We play with them She help him He study it Other example: It is my bag You are a student I am fine He is a doctor They are my bestfriend

Read and Say.


Today, Indah gets new school. She is a new student in this school. So, before she is going to sit down, the teacher asks her to introduce herself to her classmates in front of the class. Hello my friends, nice to meet you! I would like to introduce myself. My name is Indah Maulida, you can call me Indah. I am eleven year-old. I moved from Bogor.

Speak
Introduce yourself in front of the class. Follow the example. Hello. My name is Tita. My full name is Tita Handayani. I am twelve year-old. I was born on September 19th, 1994. I live at Jl. Mawar 45 Bekasi. My phone number is 8529477.

Conversation
Rara Bilqis Rara Bilqis Rara : Hi, Good morning. : Good morning. How are you? : I am fine, thank you. And you? : I am fine too. : Who are they qis?

Bilqis : Oh, I am so sorry for forgetting to introduce them to you. Dendi and Mita. Rara them? Bilqis class VIIC. Rara do? Dendi and Mita : How do you do? Rara : Nice to meet you? Dendi and Mita : Nice too. : Hi Dendi! Hi Mita! How do you : Dendi is in class VIIA and Mita is in : Dendi and Mita? I think I have met

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Greeting and Introduction Greetings


Greetings
Good afternoon How nice to see you! What a surprise! Hi, Yeni How (are) you doing? Long time no see

Responses
Good afternoon Nice to see you too Yeah, its been quite long time Hi, Dinda Pretty good/ OK Yeah

Closing/Parting
Good night See you next time Good bye See you later

Responses
Good night Good bye So long. Take care

Bye

Pre-Closings/Meeting

Responses

Well, I am afraid I heve got to go now Thank you for coming I really must go now Well, it is getting late Maybe we can talk again sometimes I know you are busy Maybe we could get together sometimes Sounds good Nice to see you Same here Great seeing you Great seeing you too Got to go now See you

Self-introduction
Self Hello, I am .. May I introduce myself? My name is I dont think we have met before. I am .. Hi, I am .. , and you? Responses How do you do? I am .. Pleased to meet you. I am . Nice to meet you. I am I am .

Introducing Someone to Others


Introducer A B
Id like to introduce . (name) How do you do? How do you do? Id like to you meet (name) Glad to meet you He/She pleasures mine Nice to meet you Nice to meet you too This is .. (name) Hi! Hi!

Exercise
Fill in the blank.
1. . is your name? 2. How do you . your name? 3. . to meet you. 4. I twelve year-old. 5. This is .. friend.

Choose the suitable pronoun and possessive pronoun.


1. (We, us) are students. 2. This is (I, my) bag. 3. (She, her) helped (I, me). 4. (They, them) are playing in (I, my) home. 5. (I, my) bicycle is new. 6. (He, his) borrowed money from (she, her). 7. (She, her) book same as (I, my) sister. 8. (She, her) and (I, me) need (he, him). 9. (I, my) got letter from (he, him). 10. (We, our) learned English well.

Rearrange these word.


1. is your What name - ?. 2. old you How are - ?. 3. name Rina is My. 4. you - do Where ? - live. 5. was He on September 12th born 1996.

Arrange these two groups of sentences into good paraghraphs.


1. He is eleven year-old. Hi lives in Bandung. Hello, everybody. His phone number is 5417893 Thank you for your attention. He was born on May 30th, 1994.

2. I think thats all. Thank you. My phone number is 3198353. My name is Dedi Saputra. Hello, everybody. I was born on January 11th, 1994. Good morning. I live at Jl. Mekarsari Bekasi. Please call me Dedi.

Alphabet
In the words or sentences arent separated from alphabet. So that lets remind the alphabet and its own spelling Aa /ei/ Gg /di:/ Mm /em/ Ss /es/ Yy /wai/ Bb /bi:/ Hh /eit/ Nn /en/ Tt /ti:/ Zz /zed/ Cc /si:/ II /ai/ Oo / u/ Uu /ju:/ Dd /di:/ Jj /dei/ Pp /pi/ Vv /vi/ Ee /i:/ Kk /kei/ Qq /kju:/ Ww /dablju:/ Ff /ef/ Ll /el/ Rr /a: (r)/ Xx /eks/

In the alphabet there are two kinds of letters; small letters and capital letters. Most words in English use small letters, but in several cases capital letters should be used. The cases are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The name of particular people, places or things. Examples: Nuri, Jakarta, the Jakarta Post. Titles of particular time. Examples: Mr. Syauki, Mrs. Devi, Miss. Iim, Mr. Nashrun have a meeting today. Days of week, months of the year and public holidays. Examples: Tuesday, February, Ied al Fitr Nationalities. Examples: The Indonesians. To start the first word of a new sentence. Examples: My Mother is a teacher.

6. 7.

Titles of books, film and plays. Examples: Romeo and Juliet, Police Academy, Harry Potter. The personal pronoun. Examples: The president and I agreed to take steps toward peace.

Unit 2 Personality

Personality is persons character. Every person must be own personality, and it has different among persons. Personality can be inner beauty or outer beauty, which important that personality has relationship with feature of person.

To get things done


Listening : Getting information about someones personal appearance Respond to someones thanks Respond to someone giving a descriptive monologue Speaking : Describing someones personal appearance To thank and the responses Giving a descriptive monologue Reading : Reading a descriptive text Reading a personal information/data Writing : To write simple descriptive text Mr. Grammar Adjective

Sir Glasses Box Expressing Thanks

How About Yourself?


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Every person has own characteristic. The characteristic are about hair, face, body, etc. Including you, so can you describe about yourself? What do you look like?

The characteristic of people, examples:


Body: Tall Short Hair: Curly Straight Wavy Long Short Black Brown blonde Thin Fat White skin Brown skin

Listen to your teacher then repeat.


The girl is chubby. She has long hair.

The woman is beautiful.

The man has a pointed nose.

We are young people.

My grandparents are old.

My sister has blue eyes.

I have brown eyes.

The boy is fat.

Tina has curly hair.

Fun Corner With Mr.

Adjective attributive Look at the sentences below. Give more attention. AdjectiveNanda is thin.an adjective that 1 attributive is is placed before a noun. body. - Nanda has a thin a. She is a curly. 2 - Redis hair is beautiful girl. b. - Redy A beautifulhair. is has a curly girl standing in front of the 3 - My nose is pointed. door. Grammer - adjective pointed nose. used to Note an I have a beautiful is describe the word girl and always appears before the noun girl. Adjective predicative
Adjective predicative is an adjective that is placed after the verb (such as be) in sentence. She is beautiful. She looks beautiful. The adjective beautiful in the sentence functions to describe the subject of sentences she and is placed after the predicates be and looks.

All of the italic words above are adjective. If we want to describe the characteristics of people, we use adjective. Do you know what an adjective is? An adjective is a word that is used to describe a person, place, or thing (something appearances). Most of adjective have no particular form. Usually an adjective has the sign adj in a dictionary. There are two kinds of adjective based on the location: Adjective Predicative Adjective Attributive

What does she look like?


She is beautiful and slim. Her hair is black and straight. Her skin is white. Her ayes are brown. Her nose is pointed.

Read aloud. The bold word is adjective.


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. She is very lucky winning the first prize easily. The child is so lively because she is so full spirit. Adopting child is legal. She seems very ashamed. Her face looks red. The she is beautiful because the weather is great. He is so funny. He always says something that makes me laugh. The horse is very calm. Children can ride it safely. She has won the beauty contest because she looks beautiful.

Dialogue Sample.
Vita Ika Vita Ika Vita Ika Vita Ika Vita Ika Vita : Hi, how do you do? : Hi, how do you do? : You are Ika from class VIIA, right? : Yes, you are right, and you are? : My name is Vita. I am from VIIC. : You know Silvi, then? : She is my classmate. : Do you know where she is now? Mr. Didin asked me to tell her about debate competition. : Yes, I do. She is in the library. : What does she look like? : She has long hair and wear glasses. She is also wearing her bandana today.

Ika Vita Ika Maya

: Is she tall? : She is about 160 cm tall. : Yes, I should go and find her there. Thanks. : You are welcome.

Read aloud with your partner.


1. Sendi: Do you know which one is Indah? Wati: Yes, the one with long hair. Sendi: Thank you. 2. Nina: Can you carry these books for me, please? Surya: Sure. Nina: Thanks a lot. Surya: Never mind. 3. Arif: Can I borrow your pen? I forgot to bring mine. Selly: Sure, here it is. Arif: Thanks so much. Selly: You are welcome. 4. Fina: Here are your book. Puji: Thanks. Fina: Its okey. 5. Mr. Didin: Please help me distribute these books. Sendi: Yes, Sir. Mr. Didin: Thank you very much. Sendi: You are welcome.

Expressing Thanks

Expressions Responses Thank you for everything Thank you for help Thank you for your kindness Thanks a lot Thanks so much You are welcome Its pleasure It doesnt matter Never mind Its okey

Dinda : Hello, Alya. What are you doing? Alya : Hi, Dinda. I am looking for an English short story for my English assignment. Dinda : Have you found? Alya Alya : I am working it but I couldnt any. : I done. Dinda : In that case you should find a book about English first. Dinda : You should go and ask the librarian then. Alya : Excuse me, Sir. I need a book about English short story but I dont know where I can find it. Librarian Alya Librarian : Just go and get it in the second row from the left. : Thank you, Sir. : No problem.

THANKS

Our parents always teach us to say thank you when people do something for us. We should say: Thank you very much. When someone gives us a hand whenever we need it, or even when they just give us a big hug when we need to be consoled.We usually say Youre welcome. When someone says Thank you to us. Why should we do that? It is a polite thing to do.

Meaning of the words.


A Give me a hand Console Polite Whenever Hug B Help me Give comfort or sympathy Having good manners and consideration for other people at anytime Strong clasp with the arm to show love

She is very disappointed because she lost her favorite pencil. just go and console her! You should be polite to your parents and everyone older than you. Please give me a hand! It is too heavy for me. I will give her a hug when I meet her.

I will be there for you whenever you need me.

Personal Information / Personal Data


In daily life, we need personal information, that mine or other people. It is important to know someone. In addition to other case, like: ID card, student card, driving card, etc. The important thing in personal data is name, age, birthday, addres, and phone number, but it will be okey if there is other information.

This is Vita. Her full name is Vita Fajrina. She is twelve year-old. She was born on August 25th, 1994. She lives at Jl. Rasamala 24 Bogor. Her telephone number is 5349572.

Look at this personal data.


Name Age Birthday Addres Phone number : Vita Fajrina : 12 : August 25th, 1994 : Jl. Rasamala 24 Bogor : 5349572

Study Vitas Letter


Jl. Rasamala 24 Bogor, Jawa Barat Dear Alya, How are you? I hope you are doing fine there. Alya, I know you from Girly Magazine. Id like to make pen pal anywhere. Would you mind to be my pen pal? I hope you want to be my pen pal. Alya, here is my personal information. My full name is Vita Fajrina. You can call me Vita . I am twelve year-old. My height is 50 cm and my weight is 42 kg. I have brown straight hair. My eyes are brown and my skin is brown too. I enclose my photograph so you can look what I I look like. Thats all for now. I am waiting for your reply. Please write back to me soon. Your new friend, Vita

Vitas personal information based on the letter.

Nama Addres Age Height Weight Type of hair Hair colour Eye colour Skin colour

: Vita Fajrina : Jl. Rasamala 24, Bogor Jawa Barat : 12 : 150 cm : 42 kg : Straight : Brown : Black : Brown

Fill in the form with your identification

Name Address Age Height Weight Type of hair Hair color Eye color Skin color

: . : . : . : . : . : . : . : . : .

Unit 3

CLASSROOM

Everyday we go to school, and then we learn in the classroom. Classroom is a place where in there we study the lessons. Classroom has many thing inside. There are tables, chairs, blackboard, garbage bin, etc. Classroom has to be clean in order to comfortable. So that we were made students schedule to clean it everyday.

To get things done


Listening : Respond to someones apology Respond to someone giving a descriptive monologue Speaking : To apologize To forgiving Reading : Reading a descriptive text Writing : To write simple descriptive text

Mr. Grammar Possessive Pronoun Possessive adjective Sir Glasses Box Expressing Apology, Rejecting apology, and Forgiving

Lets learn!
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Look to the picture beside. Do you know what is this? Are you familiar with this place?

Listen and Repeat.


1. Blackboard /'blkbo:d/ 2. Classroom /'kla:sru:m/ 3. Bag /bg/ 4. School /sku:l/ 5. Table /'teibl/ 6. Chair /t/ 7. Dictionary /diknri/ 8. Pen /pen/ 9. Pencil /'pensl/ 10. Teacher /'ti:t/

Look and Say.

This is my pencil and that is That is your book. her pencil. These are his pencil.

This is my bag and that is yours. This is my pencil. Those are her books.

These are my eraser and those are their erasers.

These are their books and those are ours.

Reading the text

PICTURE

This is my classroom. It is a big classroom. It is 8 meters in length and 6 meters in width. It has twenty desks and forty chairs. It also has two shelves, one for books and the other for the things that my classmates and I usually use in the class. And there is a garbage bin in the corner.

My classroom is also clean. My classmates and I always clean it after we finish studying. We sweep and mop the floor. We also wipe the windows and dust the furniture. Besides all that, we never forget to throw the rubbish in the garbage bin.

Fun Corner With Mr. Grammer


Possessive Adjective and Possessive Pronoun Possessive Pronouns are
also to say the fact that someone has something on its own without a noun. The noun is not mentioned because the person who are involved in the conversation already know the thing being said. Possessive pronoun are mine, ours, yours, his, hers, its, and theirs. Example: This is mine and that is yours.

Possessive adjectives come


before a noun for a connection, often the fact that someone has something. Possessive adjectives are my, her, his, their, our, its, and their. Example: This is my book.

To make interrogative form of possessive adjective and possessive pronoun can use Whose. Anto : Whose pencil is this? Rudi : This is my pencil. Anto : Whose book is this? Rudi : This is hers.

Summary Table Personal Pronoun Subject Object I you he me you him Possessive Adjective Pronoun my yours his Mine yours his

she it we they Dialogue sample:

her it us them

her its our their

hers its ours theirs

1. Dinda: I forgot to bring my dictionary. Can I borrow yours? Riska: Sorry. I am using it now. I think you can borrow from the library. Dinda: Okey. Thanks anyway. 2. Rara: Is this my pencil? Indah: No, this is mine. Rara : Do you know where mine is? Indah: I am sorry, I dont. Rara: Its OK. 3. Sendi: I want to ask, Maam? Librarian: Yes? Sendi: Where I can find books about Indonesian history? Librarian: On the B shelf, the second shelf from the right. Sendi: Thanks, Maam. Librarian: Youre welcome. 4. Adit: I am sorry for being late, Sir. Mr. Didin: Never mind. But I hope it will not happen again. Adit: Yes, Sir. Mr. Didin: Now, please take your seat. Adit: Thanks, Sir.

Practice with your friend.


Selly: Can you accompany me to the bookstore? Novi: I am sorry I cant. my mom asked me to go home after school. Selly: It is Ok. I will ask to Ika then. Alya: Can you help me carry several of my books? Nanda: Sorry I am afraid I cant. Please dont worry about it? Alya: It doesnt matter. Indah: I apologize broke the plate, Mom. Mom: That is all right honey. In another time you have to take care when you wash plates. Because if you careless it can make your hands getting hurt. Indah: Yes, Mom. You really are not angry with me? Mom: Not at all.

Expressing Apology

Apology
Forgive me. Im terribly. Sorry (about) Please accept my apologies for I (would like to) apologize for Im sorry. I didnt mean to Sorry

Forgiving
Thats all right. I accept your apologize. You dont need to apologize. Thats all right. It can happen to anyone. Its OK. Dont worry about it. No problem. Forget it. Not at all.

Rejecting Apology
Are you really sorry? I didnt believe youre sorry. You are not really sorry. Dont say you are sorry. I am tired of hearing that.

Practice this dialogue in pair.


Ayu Septi Ayu Septi Ayu Septi Ayu Septi : Sep, Ive wearing your skirt. I ironed it. I didnt how that it is no iron wear. Im really sorry. I didnt mean it at all. : Youre not kidding, are you? : No, Im not. I feel terrible. I apologize. : I love that skirt very much. My mom bought it from Paris. But do I have to say? It happened. : Youre not furious? : Well, it can happen to anyone. Lets hope my Mom will buy me a new one. : I really fell released. Thanks a lot, Sep. : Never mind.

Expressions apologize with the picture.

Its okey.

Excuse me. I didnt mean that.

We are sorry. We wont do it again.

I am sorry. I only heve one pen.

Please dont worry about it, Mom.

Lesson 4 Lets go to The Library Do you like reading? Where is usually you read a book? Especially when you have been in the school? Listen and Repeat Library /laibr/ Bookshelf / / Books / / Library Card / / Reading Corner / / Librarian / / Listen and practice with your friend. Dinda Nani Dinda Nani Dinda Nani Dinda : Where are you going Nan? : I am going to go to library. : What do you want to do? : I want to borrow history book. I have an assigment. : Oh I see. I just want to ask you to go to the canteen. : So sorry Din. You can ask to Rani, maybe she wants, because she told me that she was hungry. : OK. Thanks Nan.

Toni: I need English dictionary. Anna: You can use mine. Here it is. Toni: Thanks a lot An. Anna: Youre welcome. Rara: Are you hungry? Yeni: Yes, I am. Rara: Will we eat in the canteen?

Yeni: I am so sorry. I bring my own lunch. Fina: I havent the book to our English task. Redi: It is no problem. Will we go to the library look for the book after having class? Fina: Of, course. May the book is not borrowed. Redi : I hope so.

Making Suggestion

Unit 4 Caring about the world What is caring? We know it when see it but it is still hard to say exactly what caring is. It can be reaching out to someone when they need help. It can be a feeling of sympathy toward someone less fortunate. It can be concern for what happens to other people: your parents, sisters and brothers, friends or your neighbors.

Indah: Fin, did you know about the news in TV last night? Fina: Sorry, I got sleep at 7 oclock last night. I was so tired, so I didnt watch the telivision. What is about Indah? Indah: I think you know about it. The news is about the earthquake in Manokwari, West Papua. Fina: The earthquake?! So how about the people there? Indah: I dont know about the information so far. But, based on the news last night that the earthquake damaged about thousand houses and building. Fina: Really?! How pity they are! Caring hands Whole family saw their destroyed in the massive earthquake in Manokwari, West Papua, in early January 2009. Hundreds of children roam Jakartas street trying to make end meets. Thousand of people are homeless. Tens of thousands of adults, children and soldiers