TUGAS MANDIRI MAPEL BAHASA INGGRIS KELAS X
Hari : Sabtu, 22 Juli 2011
SMA Negeri 1 Kramat Kab. Tegal
A. Ways to say it
1. Greeting and leave-taking
Look again at the text about An excursion to Bogor Botanic Garden. Pay attention to the first sentence (i.e. All right everybody, I'll tell you about this great place.)
YOU can use this first sentence to open a conversation before you share your past experience to others.However, you can also use greeting to open a conversation and use leave-taking for closing.
Formal greating :
• Good morning (until about lunch time, or before 12 a.m.).
• Good afternoon (12-6 p.m.).
• Good evening (until about 9 p.m.).
• Good morning, sir.
Note: Do not use "Good day", except in Australia.
Informal greating :
• Morning, Jim!
Initial greating :
• How are you?
• How's it going?
• How are you doing?
• How's life?
Responding to initial greeting :
• Very well, thank you and how are you?
• I'm good/okay/alright.
• Very well, thank you.
• Oh, pretty good.
• Not too bad, thanks.
• Fine, thanks.
• OK then .. .
• I've got to go now.
• So, I'll see you next week.
• I think I'd better be going now.
• Well, it's time for me to leave.
• I think it's already late at night.
• I must be going home.
• • Goodbye (formal/informal).
• Bye-bye; Bye; Bye now; See you. Take care.
• See you later --- Fine
• See you soon --- OK
• See you tonight --- All right
• Good night (after 8 p.m. or retiring to bed)
Note: Do not use "Good evening" for leave-taking. Use "Good night".
Goodbye John, and all the best (to someone who's leaving for a long time).
Goodbye Peter, and good luck (to someone who's leaving for a long time)
B. TRY THIS
Read and give a response to the following expressions.
1. How are you doing?
3. See you tomorrow.
5. See you about seven, then
6. Good night.
7. See you later.
8. How do you do?
9. See you soon.
C. TRY THIS
To end the conversation, what would you say to someone.
1. You're going to sec in the evening
2. Who's going away for a long time
3. You're just leaving.
4. You've just been introduced to.
5. You know well and meet on the street.
6. You haven't seen for a long time.
7. You are leaving at 9.30 p.m.
8. You are going to see the next day.