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  1. UN Preparation English for SMP Students Episode 69 UN 06

  2. The Materials are • Reading : An Announcement • Elliptical Construction • Language Function Asking for Permission • Vocabulary • Arranging Paragraph UN 06

  3. AttentionPassengers planning to drive and park at the airport should be aware of several changes due to construction at the terminal. Short term parking is available in new parking lot at the south end of the terminal. UN 06

  4. This lot provides hourly parking for those who are meeting or dropping passengers. Travelers who plan to park overnight or longer can park in the new satellite lot and board a shuttle bus to the terminal. New signs at the entrance of the airport will direct travelers to the appropriate parking area. UN 06

  5. Why are there new instructions about parking at the airport? • They needed more rooms for cars. • The road is under repair. • There was an accident on the runaway. • There is construction at the terminal. UN 06

  6. Where should drivers park if they are leaving their cars overnight? • Where there is hourly parking • Wherever there is a space • In the satellite lot • The short-term lot UN 06

  7. How will the driver know where the new lots are? • There are signs. • The lots are easily seen. • Drivers can follow other cars. • Policemen are directing the traffic. UN 06

  8. From the text we can infer that satellite lot is …. • far away from the terminal • bit far from the terminal • just beside the terminal • very closed to the terminal UN 06

  9. “This lot provides ….”The underlined word refers to …. • overnight lot • new parking lot • satellite lot • parking area UN 06

  10. Elliptical Construction Elliptical Construction  bentuk kalimat majemuk setara. Penggabungan kalimat ini dilakukan dengan menghilangkan bagian predikat yang sama dari dua kalimat yang digabungkan. UN 06

  11. Kinds of Elliptical Construction Kalimat Positive (using too) affirmative statement + and + subject + be/modal/auxiliary + too • I can speak English well. • My husband can speak English well. I can speak English well and my husband can too. UN 06

  12. Kalimat Positif (using so) affirmative statement + and + so + be/modal/auxiliary + subject • Ms. Wiwin has two daughters. • Ms. Rika has two daughters. Ms. Wiwin has two daughters and so does Ms. Rika. UN 06

  13. Kalimat Negatif (using either) negative statement + and + subject + be/modal/auxiliary + not + either • Mr. Eko will not go to Europe. • Mr. Sony will not go to Europe. Mr. Eko will not go to Europe and Mr. Sony will not either. UN 06

  14. Kalimat Negatif (using neither) negative statement + and + neither + be/modal/auxiliary + subject • I didn’t work in Jakarta last year. • Mr. Dayat didn’t work in Jakarta last year. I didn’t work in Jakarta last year and neither did Mr. Dayat. UN 06

  15. The students often come late, and so … the teacher. • is • do • are • does UN 06

  16. The chairman of the organization did not attend the meeting, and …. • the secretary did not either • the secretary did too • neither didn’t the secretary • so did the secretary UN 06

  17. LIVE Rima : I saw Mr. Bowo on TV yesterday.Reni : Really? …. I watched him in the evening news.Rima : Exactly! He has been interviewed about TV Edukasi. • so had I • so I did • so did I • I did so UN 06

  18. Fery : My brother has just bought a new motorcycle.Apri : What a coincidence, …. • my brother has too • also my brother • so does my brother • my brother does too UN 06

  19. A : No bookstores in town are open today.B : …. • the grocery stores are too • neither do the grocery stores • the grocery stores aren’t either • the grocery stores don’t either UN 06

  20. Language Function Asking for Permission Can/Could I …? May I …? Is it alright if I …? Would it be possible for me to …? Would you mind if I …? Do you mind if I …? UN 06

  21. Granting (Memberi Ijin) Of course Certainly/Sure/Yes By all means. It’s alright/It’s Ok Not at all Go ahead I think so Denying/Refusing I’m afraid you can’t I’d rather you don’t I don’t think it’s allowed You mustn’t …. You’re not supposed to ... Responding UN 06

  22. Customer : Excuse me. Would you show me where the fitting room is?Shop Ass : Sure, It’s behind the cashier.Customer : …? • Could you tell me how much it costs • Can I have this one, please • Will you try this one on • Could I try this on UN 06

  23. Ade : Mom, will you allow me to watch “Sheila on Seven” at the JHCC?Mom : … but after you’ve finished your school assignment. • No, you may not • No, you will not • Yes, I’ll see it • Yes, you may UN 06

  24. Passenger : Is it allowed to bring a bird on the plane?Custom officer : I am sorry, thatisnotallowed.The underlined utterance expresses …. • warning • admiration • permission • prohibition UN 06

  25. Heri : Will you lend me your pen, please?Iman : …, here it is. • Sure • Sorry • Never mind • I’m afraid I won’t UN 06

  26. Vocabulary UN 06

  27. Faris is my sister’s son. He is my …. • brother • cousin • nephew • niece UN 06

  28. Saras likes collecting stamps, he is a good …. • philatelist • collector • journalist • scientist UN 06

  29. Writing Skill Arranging jumbled words provided into a good sentence. UN 06

  30. Movie – go – could – to – I – the – friends 1 2 3 4 5 6 7with – my ? 8 9 • 8-7-6-9-1-2-3-4-5 • 3-4-6-5-2-1-8-9-7 • 3-4-6-5-2-1-8-9-7 • 3-5-2-4-6-1-8-9-7 UN 06

  31. The good sentence is : Could I go to the movie with my friends? UN 06

  32. Arrange these words into a meaningful sentence !any – you – would – soup – like – ? 1 2 3 4 5 • 3-2-5-1-4 • 3-5-2-4-1 • 4-3-2-5-1 • 5-4-3-2-1 UN 06

  33. A meaningful sentence is: Would you like any soup? UN 06

  34. shine–does–often–moon–the–how–? 1 2 3 4 5 6 These words should be …. • 6-3-2-5-4-1 • 3-6-2-5-4-1 • 3-6-2-5-4-1 • 5-2-3-6-4-1 UN 06

  35. The correct sentence is …. How often does the moon shine? UN 06