Contoh Kalimat Expressions Asking Repetition And Showing Attention
I am sorry. Would you mind repeating what you just said? · What?. Could you repeat what you just said? asking for repetition. 1. Sorry. Can you repeat your words, please? 2. Could you please repeat that? 3. Could you say
To do and respond the expressions of: asking and giving certainty, expressing and responding a doubt expression, asking repetition, giving attention, and expressing admiration. · to retell the main information (gist) in a
Expression. Ø expressions of certainty. Ø asking repetition. Ø showing and responding to hesitation. Ø showing attention and expressions of admiration. Grammar. ü Past perfect tense. ü Passive voice. ü Conditional
contoh soal ujian sekolah, contoh soal ujian nasional, soal PKn, soal UN IPA, soal UN Bahasa Indonesia, soal UN Bahasa Inggris, soal UN Matematika, soal IPS, Sosiologi, Antropologi. Home · IPA · MTK · B Indo . b. repetition c. agreement d. hesitation 22. Rani : Hi, Ramdan. I will go to Surabaya to visit my sister. Ramdan : Are you sure? Rani : . The correct expression to show hesitation is . a. Yes, I'm sure b. Actually, I'm not too sure c. Yes, I can d. Really? 23.
asking for repetition (ask someone to repeat his or her words because we don't hear clearly or we don't catch what he or she said). expressions. Responses. - Pardon? - Sorry? - Sorry, what did you say? - I'm sorry. - I'm sorry
HOMEWORK. Practise a dialogue with your friend based on the following situation. Situation: You tell your friend how to do/ make something, but while your friend speaking, please interupt him/ her like asking to repeat his/ her words, showing your attention while he/ she is speaking, and the last showing your admiration. Example: expressions of asking for repetition : - What? - Could you repeat please! I can't hear you. - I'm sorry. what did you say? - Sorry, I can't
Neener-neener, often uttered in a series of three repetitions, is a taunt. Yay is a congratulatory exclamation. (Not to be confused with yeah, a variant of yes.) Yikes is an expression of fear or concern, often used facetiously. Yo-ho-ho is the traditional pirates' refrain. Yoo-hoo attracts attention. . In reply to Emma: “hamana-hamana” is the written version of the vocalization Jackie Gleason used as Ralph Kramden on the long-running TV show “The Honeymooners.
Listening to the expressions of certainty in the form of procedural text; Listening to a monologue discourse in the form of a procedural text; Telling monologue discourse in the form of procedure; asking repetition; Identifying report text; Listening to monologue in the form of procedural text; Listening to the expressions of giving attention and expressions of admiration; Listening to short functional text in the form of poster; showing attention and expressions of admiration
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