Jumat, 02 November 2012

Expresing Simpty

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Expresing Simpty 
 

1. Definition
Sympathy expression is an expression or feeling of pity and sorrow when we know and see someone or people are unlucky or have trouble and in bad condition. By sympathy expression we want to show our concern of corefuiness or other people’s condition.
2. How to express sympathy
We express sympathy expression directly to him / her orally or use a letter or card by post also by short message service (SMS), television, radio, E-mail, and newspaper if he/she who go trouble is from use.
3. example of Expresing Sympathy :
 Rina : Hi, Doni. What's up? You look so sad.
Doni : Yea, my grandpa died last night.
Rina : Really? I'm sorry to hear that.
Doni : Thanks.
Rina : If I'm not mistaken, he is in Bandung, right?
Doni : Yes. We haven't visited him yet.
Rina : Does your family plan to go to Bandung?
Doni : Yes. Tonight. We are going to leave for Bandung.
Rina : Oh, I hope your family will be fine.
Doni : Thanks a lot, Rina.
Gina: Hi, Jean. How are you doing? Jean: Bad. Gina: What's wrong? Jean: My father got sick. He has to stay in the hospital for a few days to get medical care. Gina: What happened to him? Jean: He got cancer. Gina: I'm sorry to hear that. But you still go to school? Jean: Yea, my mom told me that I have to go to school. She is in the hospital to accompany my dad. Gina: I hope your dad will get better soon. Jean: Yea, I hope so.

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Gina: Hi, Jean. How are you doing? Jean: Bad. Gina: What's wrong? Jean: My father got sick. He has to stay in the hospital for a few days to get medical care. Gina: What happened to him? Jean: He got cancer. Gina: I'm sorry to hear that. But you still go to school? Jean: Yea, my mom told me that I have to go to school. She is in the hospital to accompany my dad. Gina: I hope your dad will get better soon. Jean: Yea, I hope so.

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Gina: Hi, Jean. How are you doing? Jean: Bad. Gina: What's wrong? Jean: My father got sick. He has to stay in the hospital for a few days to get medical care. Gina: What happened to him? Jean: He got cancer. Gina: I'm sorry to hear that. But you still go to school? Jean: Yea, my mom told me that I have to go to school. She is in the hospital to accompany my dad. Gina: I hope your dad will get better soon. Jean: Yea, I hope so.

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Personal Letter

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Personal Letter

A personal letter is a type of letter which provides communication between a small number of people, usually two. There are many types of personal letters and they are written for a wide variety of reasons:
  • One person wishes to attain information from an individual or a business
  • One person wishes to tell somebody about themselves, as in pen pals
  • One person wishes to present to an individual or a business a social note note, such as a thank-you or a congratulation.
  • One person wishes to communicate with an acquaintance - friend or family, for example in order to maintain and reinforce the bond between them.
There are 2 types of personal letter, formal personal letter and informal personal letter.
 
Example of InFormal Personal Letter :

Jakarta, 15 June, 2005
Risa Sharmanti
Jalan Merak 9, Bandung
Jawa Barat

Dear Risa,

I’d like to thank you for the letter inviting me to see the play next week. I believe the play will be very interesting because some talented actors and actresses will play in it. However, I haven’t made up my mind about that. Now, I’m very busy preparing for my semester test. I hope you will understand. I’ll be happy if you tell me about the play later.
As soon as the test is done, I will visit you. Send my best regards to your parents.

Your sincerely,

Yolanda  


example of formal personal letter :
 

 
 

ANNOUNCEMENT

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ANNOUNCEMENT

1.      The Definition of Announcement

Announcement is something said, written, or printed to make known what has happened or (more often) what will happen.
An announcement can also say as something that someone says officially, giving information about something.

2.      Characteristic of Announcement

Use simple present tense or simple future tense often enticement.
  1. Simple Present Tense
Formula:
Subject (I, You, We, They) + infinitive
Examples:
 I speak English.
You sing a song.
We go to library.
They play football.
Subject (He, She, It) + infinitive + -s/-es
Examples:
   He passes the Physics exam well.
   She buys a kilo of sugar.
   It makes you to be someone different.
  1. Simple Future tense
Formula:
Subject + shall/will + be + ….
Examples:
John will buy a new house next week.
She will help another person that gets through a terrible situation.
The government will visit the disaster victims.
I shall go to Surabaya tomorrow.
We shall do the best in our life.
Notes: For simple future tense will is used for subject (He, She, It).
Meanwhile, shall is used for subject (I, We).
Where usually we can find an announcement?
1. Television;
2. Radio;
3. Newspapers; and
4. Wall Magazine.
In writing an announcement, keep the following points:
Opening, The title/type of event;
Date/time, place; and
Contact person.

Example  of Announcement :





Past Continous

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Past Countinous 



The past continuous tense expresses action at a particular moment in the past. The action started before that moment but has not finished at that moment. For example, yesterday I watched a film on TV. The film started at 7pm and finished at 9pm.
At 8pm yesterday, I was watching TV.
past present future

8pm
At 8pm, I was in the middle of watching TV.    
When we use the past continuous tense, our listener usually knows or understands what time we are talking about. Look at these examples:
  • I was working at 10pm last night.
  • They were not playing football at 9am this morning.
  • What were you doing at 10pm last night?
  • What were you doing when he arrived?
  • She was cooking when I telephoned her.
  • We were having dinner when it started to rain.
  • Ram went home early because it was snowing.
Some verbs cannot be used in continuous/progressive tenses.
We often use the past continuous tense to "set the scene" in stories. We use it to describe the background situation at the moment when the action begins. Often, the story starts with the past continuous tense and then moves into the simple past tense. Here is an example:
" James Bond was driving through town. It was raining. The wind was blowing hard. Nobody was walking in the streets. Suddenly, Bond saw the killer in a telephone box..."

Past Continuous Tense + Simple Past Tense

We often use the past continuous tense with the simple past tense. We use the past continuous tense to express a long action. And we use the simple past tense to express a short action that happens in the middle of the long action. We can join the two ideas with when or while.
In the following example, we have two actions:
  1. long action (watching TV), expressed with past continuous tense
  2. short action (telephoned), expressed with simple past tense
past present future
Long action.    
I was watching TV at 8pm.

8pm



You telephoned at 8pm.
Short action.    
We can join these two actions with when:
  • I was watching TV when you telephoned.
(Notice that "when you telephoned" is also a way of defining the time [8pm].)
We use:
  • when + short action (simple past tense)
  • while + long action (past continuous tense)
There are four basic combinations:
  I was walking past the car when it exploded.
When the car exploded   I was walking past it.
  The car exploded while I was walking past it.
While I was walking past the car   it exploded.
Notice that the long action and short action are relative.
  • "Watching TV" took a few hours. "Telephoned" took a few seconds.
  • "Walking past the car" took a few seconds. "Exploded" took a few milliseconds.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Vocabulary Part Of Body and Shapes

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Vocabulary Part Of  Body n Shapes






Shapes


Present Perfect Tense

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Present Perfect Tense

 


Formula:
(+) S + have/has + V3
(-)  S + have/sas Not + V3
(?) Have/has + S + V3 + ?
Here are some examples of the present perfect tense:
subject
auxiliary verb

main verb

+
I
have

seen
ET.
+
You
have

eaten
mine.
-
She
has
not
been
to Rome.
-
We
have
not
played
football.
?
Have
you

finished?

?
Have
they

done
it?
When we use the present perfect tense in speaking, we usually contract the subject and auxiliary verb. We also sometimes do this when we write.
I have
I’ve
You have
You’ve
He has
She has
It has
John has
The car has
He’s
She’s
It’s
John’s
The car’s
We have
We’ve
They have
They’ve

They’ve

Recount

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Recount Text

 
 
Function of Recount Text:
Recount text’s function is to tell about past events.
 
 
Parts (Generic Structure) of Recount Text:
1.      Orientation
Orientation tells the readers who was involved in the story, what happened, where the story took place and when it happened.
 
2.      A series of Events
A series of events tell the sequence of events. These events are described in a chronological order.
 
3.      Reorientation
Reorientation tells the summarizes the event.
 
 
Characteristics of Recount Text:
·         Use simple past tense.
Formula:
+ Subject + Verb 2/Verb past + object/complement
- Subject + did not + Verb 1/Verb base + object/complement
? Did + Subject + Verb 1/verb base + object/complement + ?
 
·         Always started by past adverbial of time
 
 
Example : 
 
 
Camping
Last weekend, my friends and I went camping. We reached the camping ground after we walked for about one and a half hour from the parking lot. We built the camp next to a small river. It was getting darker and colder, so we built a fire camp.
 
The next day, we spent our time observing plantation and insects while the girls were preparing meals. In the afternoon we went to the river and caught some fish for supper. At night, we held a fire camp night. We sang, danced, read poetry, played magic tricks, and even some of us performed a standing comedy.

On Monday, we packed our bags and got ready to go home.
 

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