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Agreeing to and Objecting to Factual Information
A. Agreeing to Factual Information The expressions to be used are among others: 1.Yes, that’s quite right 2.Yes, You are quite right 3.Yes, that’s correct 4.That’s fine 5.Nothing wrong with that 6.That’s O.K 7.That’s all right 8.Exactly, correctly, or precisely
B.Objecting to Factual Information We can use the following expressions 1.Sorry, that’s not right 2.I am afraid that …. is wrong 3.I think …. is/are quite true 4.I am not sure you are right about …. 5.I don’t think …. 6.No, that’s all wrong 7.Nonsense
Practice 1 While listening, complete the following dialogue. Father: Rian, don’t …1) to water the plant. They will die if you do not …2) them …3) a day. Rian: Okay, Dad. I won’t forget. The next day Rian forgets to water the plants. Father : Rian, the plants are … 4) I have told you to water them. Did you water them yesterday? Rian: Ummm. Yes, I did. Father: But, why are the plants are dead now? Don’t … 5) to me. Rian: I don’t lie, Dad. Father: Lying is a bad habit, isn’t it? Now, … 6) me. Did you water the plants yesterday? Did you water the plants yesterday? Rian: Actually, I forgot, Dad. Father: So, you don’t water the plants. Rian: No, I didn’t. I’m … 7). I … 8) I won’t forget next time. Father: Promise me you won’t lie next time. Rian: I promise Taken from English in focus:2008 Taken from English in focus:2008
Check the words you write with the following ones. sorrylie tell water dead twice forget promise
Practice 13. Look at the dialogue in practice 12. You are going to listen to the dialogue again. Check your answers.
Task 14 Complete the dialogue with the appropriate expressions to agree or object to factual information. 1. Agus: What does a giraffe look like? Ade: Hmmm. The animal has short neck. It eats meat. Agus: Are you kidding? …. 2. Atik: What does a rose look like? Wati: Let me see. It is very interesting flower. Besides, it smells pretty. Atik: …. 3. Tuti: I’ve never seen a Raflesia flower. Dani: You’ll be surprised when you see it. Tuti: Is it beautiful? Dani: Sure. Yeach. It also smells good. Tuti: So, it smells good, like a rose. Right? Dani: …. 4. Adi: Mom, look the Elementary school student? Mom: ….No, he studies at SMP 1 Surakarta. Look, he puts a white shirt and red short Adi: I see. 5. Rini: How good your jacket is. Ani: …. It is cheap. It’s only Rp. 50.000. You must be joking. Rini: But I like it.
Task 15 Evaluation Make a dialogue which uses the expression on how to accept and reject to the factual information
Asking an Opinion Giving an Opinion Saying no Opinion
A. Asking for opinion Asking for Opinion Task 16 Listen to your teacher. Repeat after him/her. Say the following expressions aloud. What do you thing about ….? What are your feelings about ….? What’s your opinion about ….? How do you feel about ….? What about the ….? Do you have an opinion about ….? Do you think that ….? What would you say about ….? To ask someone’s opinion, we can use the above expressions.
B.Giving an Opinion Task 17 Listen to your teacher. Repeat after him/her. Read the expressions aloud.. Well, I think ….. As I see it ….. It seems to me ….. In my opinion/view ….. Well, I must say ….. To my mind ….. To say frankly, ….. To be honest, …. we can use the above expressions to give an opinion.
C.SAYING NO OPINION Task 18 Listen to your teacher. Repeat after him/her. Read the expressions aloud.. I don’t know. I can’t say anything. I have no opinion on ….. I do not have anything to say. To say that we do not have opinions, we use the above expressions.
Expressing Opinion Practice 19 Listen to the dialogues from the tape or teacher. Then, fill in the blanks based on what you hear. Eric: Morning, Susan. Susan: Morning, How are you today, Eric? Eric: Oh, … 1). You? Susan: I’m fine too. Eric: Susan, have you finished your homework? … 2)? Susan: Yeach, I’ve done it. It’s … 3) though. 2. Anto: Hi, Eric. Eric : Hi, Anto. Anto: Have read the latest Harry Porter? … 4) Harry Porter novels are very exiting. How about you? Eric: I don’t think so. I think … 5). 3. Father: Anto, come here a minute. Anto: Yes, Dad. What is it? Father: What do you say if we go to the bookstore tomorrow to buy some story books? Anto: I think it’s … 6), Dad.
Check the words you write with the following ones. What do you think A great idea They’re boring Very difficult I think I’m fine
NumberIssuesOpinions 1Boys run faster than girls 2Girls can put on mini skirts to school 3As a good student, you don’t break the school rule 4MTs students should bring cellular phones to school 5We must obey our parents 6We are prohibited to leave taking before the bell rings
Number 1 is done for you. 1. Ask your friend about his/her opinion of a film. You:What do your think of the film Your friend: I think it’s great. The story is interesting. 2. Ask your friend about his/her opinion of jasmine. You: …. Your friend: …. 3. Ask your friend about his/her opinion of illegal logging. You: …. Your friend: …. 4. Ask your friend about his/her opinion of a new teacher in his/her new teacher. You: …. Your friend: …. 5. Ask your friend about his/her opinion of global warning. You: …. Your friend: ….
Task 22 Now, demonstrate a dialogue using the picture below. Example:
Task 23 Evaluation Listen to your friend’s sentences in pairs. Then give your response. Take turn in acting out your role. 1.Your friend: What is your opinion about family planning in our country? You: …. 2Your friend: What do you think of education compulsory in our country nowadays? You: …. 3.Your friend: What do you feel if someone hate you? You: …. 4.Your friend: Do you think that English is easy for you to learn? You: …. 5.Your friend: Human emancipation is very necessary. What do you think of it? You : ….
Uji Kompetensi Answer the questions according to each instruction. I. Listen to the tape or your teacher reading some sentences. Then ask for things to show your responses. Write your answer on the answer sheet. 1. You and your friend are in the restaurant. You offer her some drink. You say …. 2. You and your friend are in the department store. You want to buy him a pair of shoes. You say …. 3. You ask your friend to see a film. You say …
II. Give your response to your friend’s offer with the following situation. 1. You are at your friend’s house. He offers you a bowl of “sarimi”. You dislike it. Your friend: Will you a bowl of “sarimi” to eat? You: …. 2. You and your friend are thirsty. Your friend offers you a drink and you agree to this. Your friend: Can I help you to have “cocacola” to drink? You: ….
III. Listen to the tape or your teacher reading the dialog. Fill in the blank with the given words below. Dialogue 1 Father: … (1)? Dian: Of course. Here you are. Father: Thank you. Dian: You’re welcome. Dialogue 2 Jenny: … (2) Robert: Certainly. Where is it? Jenny: Here you are. Thanks a lot. Robert: Don’t mention it. a. What can I do for you? b. Can you pick me the newspaper? c. Will you take my cat to the animal clinic?
IV. Ask for some help friends for the following situations. 1. You ask your friend to speak louder because you cannot hear him. 2. You ask your brother to clean your car. 3. You ask someone to take your luggage. 4. You ask your sister to accompany you to the Matahari Department store. 5. You ask someone to move a cupboard.
V. Listen to the tape or your teacher reading the dialog. Fill in the blank with the given words below. a. you are right b. I’m sorry but I have to disagree c. No d. No, that’s surely wrong e. Ok. You are right Dialogue 1 Diana: Don’t you think that insects cause more problems to use. Andre: … (1). Not all insects cause problems. Many are useful. Diana: How can you say that, Andre. Andre: Bees, for an example, give us honey. Remember, Diana? Diana: … (2), Andre. Dialogue 2 Sari: I believe Jakarta is hotter than Pontianak. Firdaus: … (3), Sari. Pontianak is closer to the equator. Sari: … (4), Firdaus. And I am sure Pontianak is more humid, too. Firdaus: … (5) on your last point.
VI. Give your response to the following statements. 1. Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia. 2. Students like to read novels rather that scientific books. 3. The boys can wear long hair for the schools in Indonesia. 4. We don’t cheat on our tests of all kinds. 5. We don’t have to keep our room clean.
VII. Listen the following sentences from the tape of your teacher. Then choose one of the following statements to respond them. 1. What is your opinion about using internet? 2. What do you think about our new friend, Rini? 3. What do you think about the story? 4. Do you have an opinion on the Aceh tragedy? 5. What do you thing about symphony orchestra? a. I think it’s terrible because it can be dangerous to humans too. b. I think she is so beautiful c. I’m sorry I haven’t read it d. I don’t know. I hardly ever listen to symphony orchestra e. I think the internet is very useful
VIII. Complete the following dialogues. Then give your opinion on those dialogues. 1. Ade: Do you think it is going to rain? You: …. 2. Ayu: We’d better go home now. I don’t the rain will stop soon. You: …. 3. Ida: I think we are having a long rainy season this year. You: …. 4. Adi: I think every student wants to pass the examination. You: …. 5. Ani: I think students like good teachers. You: …