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Kamis, 28 Juni 2012
Selasa, 22 Mei 2012
Expression is a feeling to represent something to friend, family or another people. We can say that expression with this example bellow.
- Asking for, Giving and Refusing Opinion
a. Asking for opinion
When we ask for opinion, we can use:
1. What is your opinion about….?
2. What do you think of….?
3. How do you feel about…?
4. Do you think that…?
b. You can respond the expression by saying the reason:
1. It is good!
2. It is beautiful!
3. It is too big!
4. I think…
5. I must say…
6. From my point of view…
7. Yes, I agree
8. That’s true
9. I don’t agree
10. I don’t think…
c. If you want to refuse giving opinion, you can say:
1. I am sorry, No comment
2. I am sorry, this is not my business
3. I am sorry, I can’t say anything
Example of Dialogue
Nia : Have you read my short story?
Chandra : Of, course, I want to return it
Nia : What is your opinion about the content?
Chandra : I think it is good
Nia : Do you think it is marketable?
Chandra : I think so, where will you send it?
Nia : Bali Post Newspaper. What do you think of my palnning?
Chandra : Good planning.But it is better if it is not only a planning
Nia : Thank you for your support.
A. Expression of invitation
If we want to invite our friend family and other people to birthday party, event and any other event, we can use this example of expression of invitation above.
v How to invite someone:
§ Would you like to come to my party?
§ Would you come to my party?
§ Would you mind coming to my party?
§ Could you come to my party?
§ I want you to come to my party.
§ Please come to my party.
§ Don’t forget to come to my party.
v The responses:
§ Yes certainly
§ Of course
§ Yes I will
§ I’d love to
§ Sure I will
§ I’m sorry I can’t
§ I’m afraid I can’t
Senin, 21 Mei 2012
A. SOSIAL FUNTION: To tell the reader what happened in the past through a sequence of events for the purpose of informing or entertaining.
B. GENERIC STRUCTURE
Ø OREANTATION; it provides the setting and introduce participants.
Ø EVENTS; tell what happened in a chronological order.
Ø RE-OREANTATION; optional-closure of event.
ORIENTATION One morning, I got up with the feeling that day was going to be an unlucky one for me. How right it was! I found that it was already 06:15 am.
EVENT I rushed into bathroom. I did not see a piece of soap lying on the floor. I stepped on it and slipped, almost breaking my back in the process.
Then, I went into the dining room for my breakfast. I gulped down the tea without realizing that it was very hot. It burnt my tongue. I spat it out and could not eat anything because my tongue hurt. I got dressed and rushed to the bus stop. Unfortunately, I just missed the bus. My heart sank and I knew that I would be late for school.
When I reached school, my name was taken down by the teacher. The teacher scolded me for being late. To my humiliation, I was made to stand outside the class. I was so upset by the incident that I could not study properly. But worse was to come.
After school, I was on my way home when something hard hit me on the head. Someone had thrown a bag of fish bones out of window and it landed on me! I was boiling with rage but could do nothing. However, luckily for me, this only raised a small lump on my head.
RE-ORIENTATION I managed to reach home safe and sound, and did not dare to go out again for the rest of the day.
C. SIGNIFICANT LEXICOGRAMMATICAL FEATURES:
· Focus on specific participants
· The use action verbs: rushed, stepped, and most of verbs.
· The use of pronouns and nouns: my, I, bathroom and etc.
· The use of time conjunction: and, but, then, after
· The use of adverbs and adverbs of phrases: into bathroom, into dining room, luckily.
· The use material process: my humiliation
· The use of past tense: I went into dining room.
A. SOCIAL FUNCTION: To amuse, entertain the reader and to deal with actual or various experience in different ways; Narrative deal with problematic events which lead to a crisis or turning point of some kind, which in turn finds a resolution.
B. GENERIC STRUCTURE:
ü ORIENTATION; sets the scene and introduce the participants.
ü EVALUATION; a stepping back to evaluate the plight.
ü COMPLICATION; a crisis arises.
ü RESOLUTION; the crisis is resolved, for better or for worse.
ü RE-ORIENTATION; optional.
The Princess and the Pea
ORIENTATION Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to marry a princess; but she would have to be a real princess.
COMPLICATION He traveled all over the world to find one, but nowhere could he get what he wanted. There were princesses enough, but it was difficult to find out whether they were real ones. There was always something about them that was not as it should be. So he came home again and was sad, for he would have liked very much to have a real princess.
RESOLUTION One evening a terrible storm came on; there was thunder and lightning, and the rain poured down in torrents. Suddenly a knocking was heard at the city gate, and the old king went to open it. It was a princess standing out there in front of the gate. But, good gracious! what a sight the rain and the wind had made her look. The water ran down from her hair and clothes; it ran down into the toes of her shoes and out again at the heels. And yet she said that she was a real princess.
COMPLICATION "Well, we'll soon find that out," thought the old queen. But she said nothing, went into the bed-room, took all the bedding off the bedstead, and laid a pea on the bottom; then she took twenty mattresses and laid them on the pea, and then twenty eider-down beds on top of the mattresses. On this the princess had to lie all night. In the morning she was asked how she had slept. "Oh, very badly!" said she. "I have scarcely closed my eyes all night. Heaven only knows what was in the bed, but I was lying on something hard, so that I am black and blue all over my body. It's horrible!"
RESOLUTION Now they knew that she was a real princess because she had felt the pea right through the twenty mattresses and the twenty eider-down beds. Nobody but a real princess could be as sensitive as that.
RE-ORIENTATION So the prince took her for his wife, for now he knew that he had a real princess; and the pea was put in the museum, where it may still be seen, if no one has stolen it.
v SIGNIFICANT LEXICOGRAMMATICAL FEATURES:
Ø Focus on specific and usually individualized participants,
Ø introducing the participant, scene: there was, there were, once upon a time
Ø Use of Mental Processes: wanted, find out, like
Ø Use of Material Processes (and in this text, Behavioral and Verbal Process): traveled, came
Ø Use of Describing Process: was
Ø Past Tenses: most of the verbs
Ø Temporal sequence or conjunction: one evening, suddenly, then, now
Ø Cause and effects conjunction: so, so that
Ø Showing contrast: But, and yet
Rabu, 16 Mei 2012
All people know that English is one of important language in this world and English many uses in international association. If we can speak English, we will easy contact with all people in this world. Let alone, after globalization era, necessity of English is well. Because that I write in my blog about some of part of speech that first in using. My blog give our meaning of some parts of speech. It’s consisting: noun, pronoun, adjectives, determiners, verbs, adverb, prepositions, and conjunctions. But in here, I write two part about that. Let study together with me!!!!!!!! ^_^
Nouns are naming word. Everything we see or are able to talk about is represented by word which name it that word is called a noun. There are name for people, animal, place, object, substance, qualities, action, and measures.
- Lisa, Andrew, David ( names for people)
- Pig, bird, rabbit ( names for animal)
- America, market, hospital (names for place)
- Book, pencil, eraser (names for object)
- Ice, water, nitrogen (names for substances)
- Faith, beautiful, wealth (names for qualities)
- Kicking, sweeping, cutting (names for action)
- Years, inch, day (names for measures)
Function of nouns in sentence:As object
Silvia is a new student.
b. As direct object
Raise writes a poem.
c. As indirect object
John gave Maria a book.
d. As object of a preposition
I went to Denmark last years.
e. As predicate noun
I am a candidate.
f. As appositive noun
My brother, bob, is in town for the job.
g. As possessive modifier
It is Jessie’s house.
h. As an adjective
She is beautiful girl.
i. As an adverb
Dee runs away.
Adverbs are descriptive words that convey a sense of how, when, where, or why. Many adverbs end in – ly that are use to express how an action and another adverbs like that fast, ever, well, very, most, least, more, less, now, far and there.
a. I am feeling better today.
b. She walks carefully.
c. They run fast away, etc.
Identifying Adverbs are The Adverb is one of the most important parts of English Grammar. An adverb typically describes a verb, adjective, or adverb. An adverb can be placed anywhere in a sentence. Adverbs are generally grouped into five categories namely Place, Manner, Time, Frequency and Degree. Adding the suffix -ly to an adjective commonly turns it into an adverb.
Adverb of Manner is how does happen an activity in sentences.
Words in Adverb of Manner:
best, calmly, carefully, early, fast, gradually, harder, late, well.
best, calmly, carefully, early, fast, gradually, harder, late, well.
a. Toni drives carefully everywhere.
b. I have to get the office early tomorrow.
c. She comes hurriedly.
d. Mr. Smith dropped the box suddenly.