Speaking material (yuni purnamasari)

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Speaking material (yuni purnamasari)

  1. 1. ByYuni Purnamasari 031109045VII-A/PB.Inggris
  2. 2. Informal: When you are speaking to friends, your family members, waiters, salespeople.Example:  Would you lend me your pen?  Would you like to watch a concert with me?  Could I borrow your motorcycle?
  3. 3. Formal: When you are speaking to teachers, police, strangers, your boss, elderly people, important people.Example:  Would you mind closing the door, please?  I wonder if I could join you to Bandung?  Would you mind if I come to your office?
  4. 4. Acceptance Refusal with an Sure. excuse I’d be glad to. I’m sorry, but I can’t. All right. I’m sorry, but With my pleasure ……… I’m afraid I can’t. I’d like to, but ………
  5. 5.  Fill in the blanks with the words or phrases in bold type.Would you mindCould you Sure I’d like to, butAt homeBrother: ……………………….. drive me to the train station at 5 o’clock?Sister: ………………………….. I’m leaving at 4 o’clock so I can’t.Brother: Thanks anyway. I’ll ask somebody.On the streetYoung woman: Excuse me. ………………………….. telling me which way the tourist office is?Elderly man: ……………………….. . it’s over there.Young man: Thank you.
  6. 6. Would you mind Could you Sure I’d like to, butAt a storeCustomer: …………………….. tell me how much this jacket costs?Salesperson: …………………….. . it’s $75.Customer: Thanks.At schoolStudents: ………………….. I visited your office tomorrow to show my paper?Teacher: ……………………. I’ll be out of town tomorrowStudent: I see. Thanks anyway.
  7. 7. All right Could you wait be glad to I wonder ifWould you putAt workWorker: ……………………. I could go out for lunch now?Boss: ………………………. A half hour more.Worker: ……………………At a storeCustomer: ……………………… this in a box for me, please?Salespeople: Sure. I’d …………………. .

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