MODUL BAHASA INGGRIS
KELAS X SMK SEMESTER GENAP
MEMO, MENU AND TRAVEL SCHEDULE
SIGNS AND SYMBOLS
ASKING FOR AND GIVING DIRECTION
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN AIR HOSTESS
My name is Mariana and I was born in Jakarta in 1993. I applied for a job as an air hostess with Garuda Indonesia and was successful.
When I am on flying duty, my day usually starts very early. I have to be up at 4 am to get ready to travel to the airport. I have to make sure that my uniform is neatly ironed. I also carry a spare uniform in case of accidents, and so of course, that has to be ironed and packed. A minibus from Garuda picks me up at 5 am. We also correct other air hostess and stewards on the way to the Jakarta Soekarno – Hatta International Airport. I usually work on the Jakarta to London flights, with stopover at Singapore. Occasionally, I do flights to Bangkok
On the flights I attend to the needs of the passengers. I make sure that they are comfortable, that their seats belts are fastened when necessary, and that they get enough food and drink. I try to be particularly helpful to people traveling with young children. Sum run around the plane. I distribute some books, comics, and games to help keep them amused. Older children love to see the cockpit and watch the pilot and co-pilot at work.
Most passengers are very easy to please. But occasionally a passenger can be a bit awkward, and some be very demanding. It can be difficult to deal with them, but being patient and very polite to them usually work. I love my job and love visiting London, though sometimes the weather is bit too cold and windy. Because of the long flights, we always stay overnight at a hotel in London. I a usually so tired that I go to bed early.
Answer these questions.
1. What does Mariana work for?
2. When does she usually get up?
3. How does she get to the airport?
4. Which international route does she work on?
5. What happens to some children to long flight?
6. How does Mariana deal with bored children?
7. Who gets to visit the cockpit?
8. Are all passengers easy to pleased?
9. How does Mariana deal with difficult passengers?
10. What does Mariana not like about London
Akhiran :-er,-or,-ist,-an,-cian dapat ditambahkan pada verb atau noun. Kata bentukan baru itu mempunyai arti seseorang yang mempunyai keahlian atau seperti disebut kata asalnya.
Dance : dancer
Act : actor
Art : artist
Assist : assistant
Technic : technichian
Beauty : beautician
Library : Librarian
FOCUS ON GRAMMAR
A. Present continues tense
It states something is happening now
Sentence pattern: S + TOBE + V-ING
+ I am working
-I am not working
? Am I working?
B. Future continues tense
Untuk menyatakan perbuatan yang akan sedang dilakukan pada waktu yang akan datang.
Don’t come at 8 am tomorrow I will be washing.
They will be having a rest in the hotel tomorrow evening.
C. Review on “there is & there are”
There is means ada for singular
There are means ada for plural
Generally occupations are grouped under seven categories. They are professional, semi professional, skilled, sales, clerical, service, and protective service occupations.
Professional occupations include accountants, actors, pilots, archeologist, architects, astronomers, biologist, botanist, administrators, chemist, commercials, programmers, dentist, economist, editors, engineers, managers, foresters, geographers, geologist, nurses, sanitarians, social workers, sociologist, statisticians, surveyors, teachers, writers, planners, zoologists.
Semi professional and technical jobs cover technicians, dispatchers, hygienist, draftsmen, instrument makers, technologist, and designers.
Skilled jobs comprise mechanics, bricklayers, carpenters, electricians, machinist, painters, plumbers, pressmen, workers, technicians, toolmakers, and welders.
Sales jobs involve salesmen, clerks, and agents
Clerical jobs contain bookkeepers, cashiers, operators, secretaries, stenographers, and typist.
Protective service occupations cover agents, firefighters, and police officers.
Service occupations include flight attendants, beauticians, and chefs
LOVE AND WAR
Bosko was a Serb, Admira was a Bosnian. They have been sweethearts since high school, both were 25 years old, and both died through the same mindless hatred that has doomed 138.000 Bosnian in the last years. But their final embrace goes further than perhaps any other image in capturing the intimate, unutterable sadness of this war.
When Bosko’s family fled Sarajevo, he chose to remain in the besieged city rather than abandon his lover. “he had no one here, just admira,” explained admira’s mother. “He stayed in Sarajevo because of her. And admira wanted to repay him by traveling with him to Serbia. “After striking a deal with local commanders for safe passage across the battle line, the couple set out on foot. They carried only two bags and their hope of living together in peace. Exposed to snipers from both sides, they passed into no-man’s near vrbana bridge. And then, somebody mowed them down with a machine gun.
When they were hit, bosko dead instantly. Mortally wounded, admira crawled over and during his final second, succeeded in tenderly wrapping her arms around his body. Then she too passed away.
Answer these questions.
1. How do you feel when reading the text?
2. Do you know any others story like the one above?
3. Read the text again, and retell it in your own language.
FOCUS ON GRAMMAR
A. Adjective ending … ing and … ed
1. The trip is really (tiring/tired). I am very (tiring/tired)
2. Are you (interesting /interested) in art?
3. Are you (frightening /frightened) of ghost?
B. Linking Verbs
Linking Verbs adalah kata yang menghubungkan subject dengen complementnya (sama dengan to be).
Complement bias berupa: noun, adjective, adverb
Linking verbs diantaranya adalah : remain, become, seem, prove, grow, sound, taste, turn, look, smell, appear.
You look so beautiful tonight
My brother become a policemen
This food doesn’t taste good
Does typing remain important in secretarial position
It doesn’t look cloudy today
1. Mariah was pale after the examination. She didn’t seem (health/healthy)
2. Hi, how’s the picture? Does it (feel-look-taste) fine?
3. The radio (isn’t sound-doesn’t sound) good anymore
4. (Is the river look-does the river look) wider than it was years ago?
5. The last time I saw him, he (felt-sounded-became) an officer in the navy
A man went to doctor and was told he has a serious illness and would need an operation. “Is it dangerous?” asked the man
“Yes it is. Four out of five people who have this operation die”, said the doctor. “But you will have nothing to worry about”
“Why not ? ”
“I have already operated on four people and they have all died”.
Read the text
December 26, 2004, the most horrible disaster in the century occurred in Aceh. Earthquake followed by gigantic waves, called tsunami. The tsunami, 10 m high and 700 km per hour in speed, swept out everything in the northwest of Sumatra, More than 200,000 people died and more than 500,000 people lost their possessions, houses, farms, animals, and everything they have. So they had to live in refugee camp.
It was really a monster that people only have in their mind. It spread out and swallowed victims in ten other countries in Asia. Ceylon, India, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Maladewa, and some other countries in Africa.
Ceylon lost more than it’s 30,000 population, India lost more than 20,000 population, Thailand lost more than 5,000 population. So it was really a nightmare for the people living in the world.
1. When were the tsunami happened?
2. How many people died in Indonesia?
3. How many people become refugees?
4. How many people died in Ceylon?
5. What is tsunami?
MEMO, MENU, AND TRAVEL SCHEDULE
To : Mr. Zainul Abidin
From : Director
Subject : Meeting
Date : February 5th,2007
Please attend the meeting at hotel Sri Wijaya on Tuesday, 7 February 2007, At 9 am on behalf of the director. looking forward to your report upon the completion of the meeting
Fruit juice Fruit juice or Cereal
Rolls, butter Eggs, Hash, Browns
Tea or Coffee Toast, Butter, Jelly, Tea or Coffee
US 5.00 US 8.00
NUSA DUA HOTEL TOUR
09.30 : Go to the art center in Celuk
11.00 : Visit Besakih temple
12.30 : Lunch in Kintamani
02.00 : Visit Tampaksiring
04.30 : Return to the hotel