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1. Shopping list and
Food label
2. Announcement
and Advertisement
SHOPPING LIST LABELING
 A shopping list is a
list that you make
of all the things you
want to buy when
you go shopping.
A...
Shopping list
ShoppingLists An example
 What does the
writer purpose
from this
shopping list?
 Some celery
 1 ounce gar...
LABELING
1. What is the
product’s name?
2. How much salt is in
the food?
3. Where can you find
this information?
Milky Mil...
Announcement & Advertisement
 Announcement is to inform people about
something.
 Advertisement is a picture and / or set...
To all students of VII grade ASBP,
please gather in the hall on
Tuesday 23 December 2011 at 10
a.m. To prepare ‘ART FESTIV...
Greeting Card
Dear Ivan,
Congratulations on your
success in passing exam.
Do your best and the best
things will follow you...
Invitation card
We, George family
cordially invite you
to 1st our son’s
(Soe Hoek Gie)
birthday party
Bandung Istana
Plaza...
To : Daniel
From : Natalie
Please come to my 14th birthday party picnic.
At Newcastle Park
On Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 9 a...
some and any are used for coutable and countable thing. The
difference is how to apply them in the sentence.
some any
 We...
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Shopping list n announcement

  1. 1. 1. Shopping list and Food label 2. Announcement and Advertisement
  2. 2. SHOPPING LIST LABELING  A shopping list is a list that you make of all the things you want to buy when you go shopping. A Food label can be found on the back of most food product. This label gives information about the products and can be useful if one is trying to eat healthily or one needs to avoid anything one is allergic to.
  3. 3. Shopping list ShoppingLists An example  What does the writer purpose from this shopping list?  Some celery  1 ounce garlic  1ounce onion  1 kg chicken  ¼ kg carrot  ¼ kg tomato  1 pack salt
  4. 4. LABELING 1. What is the product’s name? 2. How much salt is in the food? 3. Where can you find this information? Milky Milk Nutrition Facts Serving size 1 container (64) gram Amount per serving Calories 300 Calories from Fat 130 % Daily Values Total fat 14 g 22% Cholesterol 0 mg 0% Sodium 1120 mg 47% Total carbohydrate 38 g 13% Dietary Fiber 3g 12% Sugars 2g Protein 6g
  5. 5. Announcement & Advertisement  Announcement is to inform people about something.  Advertisement is a picture and / or set of words used to persuade people to buy a product or use service or that gives information about a job that is available.
  6. 6. To all students of VII grade ASBP, please gather in the hall on Tuesday 23 December 2011 at 10 a.m. To prepare ‘ART FESTIVAL’. Principal ANNOUNCEMENT
  7. 7. Greeting Card Dear Ivan, Congratulations on your success in passing exam. Do your best and the best things will follow you. You did it, tough guy. Love, Mom  Why the person sent the card.  The sender  Hope/wish/compli ment  To whom the card is given to (the recipient)
  8. 8. Invitation card We, George family cordially invite you to 1st our son’s (Soe Hoek Gie) birthday party Bandung Istana Plaza Jl. Merdeka No.7 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dress code; The Elves  It’s used to invite someone to attend the event such as birthday party, wedding ceremony , etc.  It should give information about; a. The name of event b. When the event will be held c. Where the even will take place d. Additional information (e.g. Dress code, RSVP)
  9. 9. To : Daniel From : Natalie Please come to my 14th birthday party picnic. At Newcastle Park On Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 9 a.m.
  10. 10. some and any are used for coutable and countable thing. The difference is how to apply them in the sentence. some any  We use ‘some’ for positive sentence.  E.g. I have some sugar. She has some carrots.  We use ‘any’ for negative and interrogative sentence.  E.g. I don’t have any money now. Do you have any pencils?

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