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Unit 2

Tell Me the Fact


Learning Objectives
Spoken Cycle
After studying this unit, you should be able to:
• express satisfaction and dissatisfaction,
• express pain and relief,
• express pleasure and displeasure,
• comprehend the dialogue expressing satisfaction and
dissatisfaction,
• comprehend the dialogues expressing pain and relief,
• comprehend the dialogues expressing pleasure and
displeasure,
• present the report texts orally,

Written Cycle
After studying this unit, you are expected to be able to:
• identify and comprehend the report texts,
• comprehend the use of noun phrase correctly,
• write good report texts.
Spoken Cycle Study and practise the dialogue below

Customer : I’m not satisfied with the


shirt I bought yesterday.
Seller : What’s wrong with
it?
Customer : I wanted XL shirt, but you
gave me the medium
size.
Seller : I’ m sorry, Miss. It’s my
fault.

Study the pictures. In pairs, make short


dialogues expressing satisfaction/
dissatisfaction based on the situation in the
pictures. Then, act it out in front of your class.
Let’s make an effective communication in your
dialogues.
Study and say the expressions below

Expressing satisfaction: Expressing dissatisfaction:


• I’m satisfied with the service. • I’m not satisfied with the service.
• It was satisfactory. • I’m little a dissatisfied with the service.
• Everything was perfect. • I’m a bit disappointed with the service.
• Good enough. • I don’t like it.
• I’m completely satisfied with • I have a complaint.
everything you did. • I’m very dissatisfied with the condition.

The ways to express pain: The ways to express relief:


• My leg is hurt. • It’s better now.
• I got a headache. • I’m well now.
• Ough ... I have a stomachache. • I feel good.
• I’ve a backache. • It makes me feel relief.
• My knee is pain. • I feel better now.
• It feels terrible. • Thank God. Everything is good.
• I’m glad it’s done.
• I’m glad everything is good.
Study and say the expressions below

Expressions of showing Expressions of showing


pleasure: displeasure:
• That’s great. • I really hate it.
• I’m very pleased with …. • I’m very disappointed.
• That’s incredible. • I’m too miserable.
• I’m delighted to hear that. • I’ve annoyed.
• It gives me pleasure. • I can’t stand ….
• That’s good news. • I’m fed up with ….
• I’m happy with…..
• How wonderful.
Study the text then present a monologue
In the form of report to your friends
about it orally.
What is a Kangaroo?
A kangaroo is an animal found only in Australia,
although it has a smaller relative, called a wallaby, which
lives on the Australian island of Tasmania and also in New
Guinea.
Kangaroos eat grass and plants. They have short
front legs, but very long, and very strong back legs and a
tail. These they use for sitting up on and for jumping.
Kangaroos have been known to make forward
jumps of over eight metres, and leap across fences more
than three metres high. They can also run at speeds of over
45 kilometres per hour.
The largest kangaroos are the Great Grey
Kangaroo and the Red Kangaroo. Adults grow to a length of
1.60 metres and weigh over 90 kilos.
Kangaroos are marsupials. This means that the
female kangaroo has an external pouch on the front of her
body. A baby kangaroo is very tiny when it is born, and it
crawls at once into this pouch where it spends its first five
months of life.
Written Cycle Look at the picture and answer these questions

1. What animals are they?


2. What class do they belong to?
3. Where do they live?
4. What are their food?
5. How do they attack their enemies?
Read the report text below and pay attention
to the generic structures.
Read the report text below and pay attention
to the generic structures.

State true or false


for the following
statements based
on the text above.

1. The smallest organ in


the human body is
skin.
2. Skin weights about 3
kilograms.
3. Glabrous skin is the
hairy parts of human
body.
4. Skin is the complex
part of human body.
5. Skin has four main
important functions.
Read and study the explanation below

• Report is a text that describes and classifies a specific participant. It


can be the living thing or non living one.
• Social function of a report text is to report the factual information.
• Generic structures of a report text are:
- General classification It tells the specific participant in
general.
- Description It informs the factual information about the
specific participant. It can describe the features of the
participant and its behaviour in detail.
• Language features of a report text are:
- Using Present Tense,
- Using action verbs,
- Using linking verbs,
The linking verbs are be, become, seem, get, remain, look,
taste, sound, feel, smell, etc,
- Using nouns.
Translate the words below into Indonesian language.

1. whales 6. teeth
2. oceans 7. squeeze
3. mammals 8. swallow
4. breathe 9. enemies
5. breed 10. attack

Study and comprehend the explanation below.

A noun can be modified by one adjective


Examples:
Study and comprehend the explanation below.

A noun can be modified by one adjective


Examples:
Study and comprehend the explanation below.
A noun can be modified by one adjective
Examples:
Study and comprehend the explanation below.

A noun can be modified by one adjective


Examples:

Note:
A noun phrase begins
with a determiner
(a, an, the, this, these,
that, those, my, your,
etc) and it is followed
by an adjective. It ends
in a noun as the head or
centre.
Study and comprehend the explanation below.

A noun can be modified by two adjectives


Example:

If you want to put two or more adjectives, you must follow the order of
adjective as the modifiers of noun.

The order of adjective to modify a noun is as follows:


If you want to put two or more adjectives, you must follow the order of adjective as the
modifiers of noun.

The order of adjective to modify a noun is as follows:


Example of passive sentences:
Passive sentence with two objects.

It means that one of the two objects becomes the subject, the other remains as
object. Which object to transform into a subject depends on what you want to put
the focus on.
For example: