MID EXAMINATION
CALL
KAICITA MALDIATI
11.10.010.745.052
4 B (ENGLISH)
GRAMMAR
PRONUNCIATION
LISTENINAG
SPEAKING
VOCABULARY
READING
WRITI
NG
HOW TO LEARN GRAMMAR
USING MEDIA
PRESENT TENSE
1. Simple Present Tense
Nominal : S + To Be (Is,am,are)
Verbal : S + V1 (S/...
PAST TENSE
1. Simple Past Tense
nominal : S + to be (was/were)
verbal : S + V2
2. Past Cont. Tense
S + to be ( was/were ) ...
1. Simple Future Tense
S+shall/will +v1
2. Future Cont. Tense
S +shall/will be+Ving
3. Future Perfect Tense
S +shall /will...
1. Past Future tense
S + should/would +v1
2. Past Future Cont. Tense
S+should/would+be +ing
3. Past Future Perfect Tense
S...
• read the newspaper,
• pocket dictionary
• use the words in conversation.
• form something of a ‘study group’
• talking o...
PRONUNCIATION
Pronunciation is probably one of
the hardest skills in English to
learn. It takes a lot of time and
effort t...
How to learn
vocabulary using
media
Vocabulary is commonly defined as "all the
words known and used by a particular person".
Knowing a word, however, is not a...
Types of vocabulary
1.Reading vocabulary
2.Listening vocabulary
3.Speaking vocabulary
4.Writing vocabulary
5.Focal vocabul...
LISTENING
Listening is considered to be
the one of the most
important part of the oral
communication. The term is
used in ...
READING
• fun, sad, traumatic, confusing,
fast, slow, episodic, continual
•collaborative
•participatory
•exclusive
•inclus...
WRITING
Writing is language in a
textual medium through the
use of a set of signs or
symbols (known asa writing
system).
Example for writing
public
speaking
poetry
reading
speechrhetoric
poetics.
Writing, more particularly, refers
to two things: writing as, or is,
the thing that is written; and
writing as a gerund, w...
Means for recording information
H.G. Wells argued
that writing has the
ability to "put
agreements, laws,
commandments on
r...
Writing
systems
syllabic
alphabetic
featural
logographic
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  1. 1. MID EXAMINATION CALL KAICITA MALDIATI 11.10.010.745.052 4 B (ENGLISH)
  2. 2. GRAMMAR PRONUNCIATION LISTENINAG SPEAKING VOCABULARY READING WRITI NG
  3. 3. HOW TO LEARN GRAMMAR USING MEDIA PRESENT TENSE 1. Simple Present Tense Nominal : S + To Be (Is,am,are) Verbal : S + V1 (S/Es) 2. Present Continuous Tense S + To Be ( Is, Am, Are) 3. Present Perfect Tense nominal : s + have/has + been verbal : s + have/has + v3 4. present perfect cont. tense nominal : s + have/has + been + ving
  4. 4. PAST TENSE 1. Simple Past Tense nominal : S + to be (was/were) verbal : S + V2 2. Past Cont. Tense S + to be ( was/were ) + Ving 3. Past Perfect Tense Nominal : S + had + been verbal : S + had + V3 4. Past Perfect Cont. Tense S + had + been + Ving
  5. 5. 1. Simple Future Tense S+shall/will +v1 2. Future Cont. Tense S +shall/will be+Ving 3. Future Perfect Tense S +shall /will+have+ V3 4. Future Perfect Cont. Tense S +shall/will+have been +V-ing FUTURE TENSE
  6. 6. 1. Past Future tense S + should/would +v1 2. Past Future Cont. Tense S+should/would+be +ing 3. Past Future Perfect Tense S + should/would +have +V3 4. Past Future Perfect Cont. Tense S +Should/would +have been +Ing PAST FUTURE TENSE HO ME
  7. 7. • read the newspaper, • pocket dictionary • use the words in conversation. • form something of a ‘study group’ • talking only in English • language of thoughts • paying close attention whenever I was within listening distance of a conversation in English • pick up at least one English book a month • watch an English news channel • an English movie every week 10 tips for speaking in English
  8. 8. PRONUNCIATION Pronunciation is probably one of the hardest skills in English to learn. It takes a lot of time and effort to improve your pronunciation.
  9. 9. How to learn vocabulary using media
  10. 10. Vocabulary is commonly defined as "all the words known and used by a particular person". Knowing a word, however, is not as simple as simply being able to recognize or use it.
  11. 11. Types of vocabulary 1.Reading vocabulary 2.Listening vocabulary 3.Speaking vocabulary 4.Writing vocabulary 5.Focal vocabulary 6.Vocabulary growth
  12. 12. LISTENING Listening is considered to be the one of the most important part of the oral communication. The term is used in order to make oral communication effective
  13. 13. READING • fun, sad, traumatic, confusing, fast, slow, episodic, continual •collaborative •participatory •exclusive •inclusive
  14. 14. WRITING
  15. 15. Writing is language in a textual medium through the use of a set of signs or symbols (known asa writing system).
  16. 16. Example for writing public speaking poetry reading speechrhetoric poetics.
  17. 17. Writing, more particularly, refers to two things: writing as, or is, the thing that is written; and writing as a gerund, which designates the activity of writing.
  18. 18. Means for recording information H.G. Wells argued that writing has the ability to "put agreements, laws, commandments on record. It made the growth of states larger than the old city states possible
  19. 19. Writing systems syllabic alphabetic featural logographic

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