KUNCI Jawaban

					                                         UNIT 1


GETTING STARTED
A. LET’S TALK
   1. A goose and a golden egg.
   2. Students’ own idea
   3. Students’ own idea


B. ACTIVE LISTENING
   1. a countryman
   2. the nest of his goose
   3. an egg all yellow
   4. second thought
   5. an egg of pure gold
   6. the same thing
   7. all the gold


Find out:
   1. The countryman’s goose.
   2. In the nest of his goose.
   3. All yellow and glittering.
   4. Because he thought a trick had been played upon him.
   5. It was an egg of pure gold.
   6. His richness.
   7. No, he didn’t.
   8. Being over greedy is dangerous for you and others.
   9. Found, took, going to, throw, give, killed, opened, find, learn.


D. ENJOY THIS
   1. To tell a story.
   2. Students’ own idea


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   3. Because he doesn’t want her sister to wake him up in the middle of the night
       anymore.
   4. She says, “I give you my word.”
   5. George says, “You’d better keep your promise or I won’t tell you stories
       anymore.”


GET IT RIGHT
A. THINK ABOUT IT
   1. They are two lovers.
   2. She wants the man to promise her that he will lover her forever.


B. TRY THIS
1. There are two people
2. They are friends
3. Near the river
4. The lover
5. because he wanted his friend to eat the fish with him
6. The lover’s friend turned into a fish
7. The lover


D. ENJOY THIS
   1. wonder
   2. wondering
   3. wondering
   4. really
   5. strange


Find out:
   1. They two lovers.
   2. They are talking about their plan to see the man’s parents.
   3. Because he is wondering about something.



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   4. His parents’ reaction.
   5. She asks him if he is worried about his parents’ reaction.


MOVING FORWARD
A. THINK ABOUT IT
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. a pet
   3. dogs, cats, rabbits, etc.
   4. dog


B. FIRST CHALLENGE
a piece of meat—a running brook—his own shadow—another dog with another piece of
meat—a snap at the shadow—the piece of meat


      Noun Phrases                 Describe the noun with     A new description of noun
                                          more details                  phrases
1. a piece of meat                small, delicious, red       A small red delicious
                                                              meat
2. a running brook                clear, narrow, blue         A narrow blue clear running
                                                              brook
3. his own shadow                 bigger, more handsome       His own bigger more
                                                              handsome shadow
4. another dog with another       similar, bigger             Another dog with bigger
piece of meat                                                 similar piece of meat
5. a snap at the shadow           quick                       A quick snap at the shadow
6. the piece of meat              big, delicious              The big delicious piece of
                                                              meat


Find out:
   1. A piece of meat.
   2. He had to cross a plank lying across a running brook.


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   3. The dog’s own shadow.
   4. No, he didn’t. Because he opened his mouth and his piece of meat fell down and
      dropped into the water.
   5. keep, steal, carry, cross, look, reflect, make, open, drop.


D. THIRD CHALLENGE
   1. found
   2. getting
   3. flayed
   4. thrown
   5. put
   6. strolled
   7. follow
   8. leading
   9. made
   10. succeeded


Find out:
   1. He found great difficulty in getting at the sheep.
   2. The skin of the sheep had been flayed and thrown aside.
   3. He led a lamb a little apart and soon made a meal off her.
   4. Students’ own idea.


F. FIFTH CHALLENGE
Find out:
   1. ‘The Faithful Lovers’ refers to the maiden and the hunter.
   2. A gigantic turtle.
   3. When he sprang into the river and lay down in the water. The friend came and
      was amazed to see that the lover was now a fish from his feet to his middle.
   4. She mourned for her lovers as for a husband.
   5. Students’ own idea.



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   6. The two lovers.
   7. The maiden would never get married and the man left the river so that the people
      might descend in their canoes.
   8. In the past time. The story begins with: There once lived.
   9. The following story, each of you, real meaning of love, many admirers, all the
      young men, her skin bucket, a young man, a good hunter, a mean family, a long
      time, a war party of seven, six other young men, a beautiful lake, the foot of a
      green knoll, green grass, one of the lover’s friends, the top of the knoll, a gigantic
      turtle, a few moments, heavy hearts, some days, The following day, a fish which
      he had cleaned, all the water that he could drink, great mourning, the death of the
      five young men, the lost lover, a great fish, great labor, the chief’s daughter, her
      mother’s tepee, lots of things, three pairs of moccasins, three pairs of leggings,
      three belts, three shirts, three head dresses with beautiful feathers, sweet smelling
      tobacco, the great fish, his broad spine.
   10. Yes.


HAND IN HAND
A. FIRST PROJECT
Find out:
   1. Every morning, the bear would call over to the rabbit and ask the rabbit to take
      his bow and arrows and come with the bear to the other side of the hill.The rabbit,
      fearing to arouse the bear’s anger by refusing, consented and went with the bear.
      The rabbit shot enough buffalo to satisfy the bear’s family. Indeed, he shot and
      killed so many that there was lots of meat left after the bear and his family had
      loaded themselves and packed all they could carry home. However, the bear was
      so greedy and evil that he didn’t allow the rabbit to get any of the meat. The poor
      rabbit could not even taste the blood from the butchering, as the bear would
      throw earth on the blood and dry it up. The poor rabbit would have to go home
      hungry after his hard day’s work.
   2. The youngest boy of the bear.
   3. Students’ own idea.



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   4. Students’ own idea.
   5. Orientation:
              Once upon a time there lived as neighbors, a bear and a rabbit. The rabbit
      was a good shot and the bear, being very clumsy, could not use an arrow to a
      good advantage.
      Complication:
              The bear was very unkind to the rabbit. Every morning, the bear would
      call over to the rabbit and ask the rabbit to take his bow and arrows and come
      with the bear to the other side of the hill.
              The rabbit, fearing to arouse the bear’s anger by refusing, consented and
      went with the bear. The rabbit shot enough buffalo to satisfy the bear’s family.
      Indeed, he shot and killed so many that there was lots of meat left after the bear
      and his family had loaded themselves and packed all they could carry home.
              However, the bear was so greedy and evil that he didn’t allow the rabbit to
      get any of the meat. The poor rabbit could not even taste the blood from the
      butchering, as the bear would throw earth on the blood and dry it up. The poor
      rabbit would have to go home hungry after his hard day’s work.
      Resolution:
              The bear was the father of five children. The youngest boy was very kind
      to the rabbit. Knowing that the youngest boy was a very hearty eater, the mother
      bear always gave him an extra large piece of meat. Instead of eating this extra
      meat, the youngest bear would take the meat outside and pretend to play ball with
      it, kicking it toward the rabbit's house, and when he got close to the door he
      would give the meat such a great kick that it would fly into the rabbit's house. In
      this way the poor rabbit would get his meal unknown to the papa bear.




CULTURAL AWARENESS
Find out:
   1. Halloween.
   2. Every year.



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   3. The annual cycle of seasons in Europe is spring, summer, winter and fall or
      autumn.
   4. According to the second paragraph ÔSamhainÕ was the spirit of those who had
      died.
   5. The spirit of those who had died in the preciding year roamed the earth.
   6. People.
   7. The main idea of paragraph 3 is the mixture between local Samhain customs and
      their pagan harvest festival.
   8. Paragraph 4 tells us about small magical beings in Halloween mischief.
   9. The story of symbols of Halloween had a close relationship with the images of
      witches.
   10. Students’ own idea.


STAGE 2
GETTING STARTED
A. LET’S TALK
What do you think?
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. Picture 1 describes the wind while picture 2 describes the sun.
   3. The wind blows, while the sun shines.
      The wind is cold and the sun is hot.
   4. Students’ own idea.
   5. Students’ own idea.


B. ACTIVE READING
Find out:
   1. The Sun.
   2. They want to be the strongest.
   3. They want to take off the traveler’s cloak using their strength.
   4. Because he couldn’t take off the traveler’s cloak even though he had blown very
      hard.



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    5. The lesson we can learn from the story is KINDNESS IS MORE         EFFECTIVE THAN

        SEVERITY.



C. YOUR TURN
Well, one day the Wind and the Sun were disputing which was the stronger.
1. What happened first?
The Wind and the Sun saw a traveler coming down the road.
2. What happened after that?
The Sun said that he saw a way to decide their dispute. Whichever of them could cause
that traveler to take off his cloak should be regarded as the stronger.
3. What happened next?
So the Sun retired behind a cloud, and the Wind began to blow as hard as it could upon
the traveler.
4. What happened then?
But the harder he blew the more closely did the traveler wrap his cloak round him, till at
last the Wind had to give up in despair.
5. Finally?
Then the Sun came out and shone in all his glory upon the traveler, who soon found it too
hot to walk with his cloak on.
6. Who was the winner then?
None.


E. ENJOY THIS
Find out:
    1. The Man, The Boy, and The Donkey.
    2. The man, the boy, the donkey, a countryman, two women, a group of men, the
        passers, the laughers, an old man.
    3. Because they were walking along by the donkey.
    4. Because he thought the countryman was right that a donkey was to ride upon.
    5. No, it’s not true that the boy let his father walk while he rode.



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     6. The main purpose of the story is to tell us that sometimes we don’t need to listen
        to what people say.


GRAMMAR IN ACTION
B.
Students’ own idea.
Examples:
     1. The man should have let the donkey stay at home.
     2. The man could have made his son go to the market alone.
     Possible answers:
     3. The man’s son should have got his father not to listen to others.
     4. The donkey should have should have got his master go to the market alone
     5. A group of men should have let the man do whatever he wanted to.
     6. Two women should have let the man ride the donkey alone
     7. The passer by should have let them solve their own problem
     8. The boy should have got his donkey sold.
     9. The old man should have let people say whatever they wanted to say.
     10. The man and his son should have got the donkey to stay at home.


C.
Saying verbs : calling out, complained, said
Thinking verbs: thought, pleased, worry,
Action verbs : tended, rushed, came, stayed, tried, help, made


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     1. I wish I knew his name.
     2. I’d rather you went now.
     3. I would have helped you if only I heard about your trouble.
     4. If only he did not eat so much garlic!
     5. If only he hadn’t eaten so much chili last night.
     6. I felt as if my head had been on fire last night.



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    7. The countryman acted as though he had been a wise man.
    8. The man wished he hadn’t killed the Goose.
    9. The dog wouldn’t have dropped his meat if only he had not opened his mouth.
    10. He acted as if he had never met her.


F
              Direct Speech                                 Indirect Speech
    1. “good news, good news!” he cried.       1. He cried ‘good news’ twice.
    2. “Why, what is that?” said the Cock.     2. The Cock asked why and what was
                                                    that.
    3. “King Lion has declared a universal     3. The Fox said that King Lion has
       truce. No beast may hurt a bird              declared a universal truce. And no
       henceforth, but all shall dwell              beast might hurt a bird henceforth,
       together in brotherly friendship.            but all should dwell together in
                                                    brotherly friendship.
    4. “Why, that is a good news,” said        4. The Cock said why that was a good
       the Cock., “and there I see someone          news and he saw someone coming,
       coming, with whom we can share               with whom they could share the
       the good tidings.”                           good tidings.


    5. “What is it you see?” said the Fox.     5. The Fox asked what it was the Cock
                                                    saw.
    6. “It is only my master’s dog that is
       coming towards us. Hey, why are         6. The Cock said that it was only his
       you going so soon?                           master’s dog that was coming
                                                    towards them and asked why the
                                                    Fox was going so soon.




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    1. “Why do I have to eat these awful vegetables?” Alison asked.
    2. “Our medicine is unfavorable,” said their leader at last. “We shall have to return
        home.”
    3. “No,” said the young lover. “It looks mysterious. Sit still and finish your smoke.”
    4. “Oh, come on. Who’s afraid?” said the jester laughing.
    5. “I will sleep awhile,” he said, “for I am weary and worn out.”
    6. “Help us, drag us away,” they cried.
    7. “I will go down to the water and see if I can get some fish.”
    8. “No, you eat it. Let me rest,” said the lover.
    9. “Very well,” said the lover. “I will eat the fish with you, but you must first make
        me a promise.”
    10. “Oh, I am tired. Can’t you go to the river by yourself?” asked his friend.




MOVING FORWARD
A. THINK ABOUT IT
    1. Students’ own idea.
    2. Students’ own idea.
    3. Students’ own idea.


B. FIRST CHALLENGE
Find out:
    1. Jack, Jack’s mother, a butcher, the giant.
    2. a. Jack’s mother: a poor woman, soft, kind
        Jack: a foolish boy, naughty
        A butcher: smart, rich
        The giant: rich, very big,
    3. Jack never paid attention to anything she said.
    4. Because Jack exchanged the cow for a few paltry beans.
    5. The beans grew very fast.



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  6. Students’ own idea.
      a. In the beginning, Jack ran downstairs into the garden.
      b. Then, he climbed the beanstalk.
      c. At the top, he saw a castle with a huge door and pushed it.
      d. After that, he opened it and saw lots of delicious food and ate it.
      e. While eating, Jack heard someone snoring loudly, then he jumped and
             grabbed some coins from the floor.
      f. Then, he ran fast and climbed back down the beanstalk.
      g. etc.
  7. I wish I could buy a better house.
     I wish my mother were happy to have lots of coins.
     I would buy my mother lots of good food if it could make her happy.


C. SECOND CHALLENGE
   1. To entertain or amuse the readers.
   2. Yes, it does.
   3. Orientation (paragraph 1)
       Complication (paragraph 2,4,6,,8,10, 11, 12, 13, 14)
       Resolution (paragraph 3,5,7,9, 15)
   4. Students’ own idea.
   5. In the past time.
   6. Sell, exchange, made, kicked, etc.
   7. The days of King Alfred, an only child, the consequence of her blind, etc.
   8. In the days of King Alfred, For the first time in her life, for a few paltry, beans,
      etc.
   9. Yes, said, calling aloud, asked, etc.
   10. Possible answers:
      Direct speech: Jack called out, “Help! Help! Mother, quick, bring the axe!”
      Indirect speech: The butcher inquired why he was taking the cow from home.




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                                     UNIT 2


GETIING STARTED
What do you think?
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3. Students’ own idea.
   4. Students’ own idea.
   5. Students’ own idea.


B. ACTIVE LISTENING
   1. uses
   2. operating
   3. finishes
   4. hands
   5. moving
   6. execute
   7. going
   8. searching for
Find out:
     Gambits used for presentation               What are they? Write here
   1. Asking for information                  1. Ca you tell me what a pipeline is?
   2. Guessing                                2. Guess what….
   3. Right or wrong                          3. Right.
   4. What you really mean                    4. Well,….
   5. Checking                                5. Have you got it?
   6. Adding things                           6. Oh, I almost forgot.
   7. Offering a suggestion                   7. Let me explain.
   8. Leave-taking                            8. See you and good luck.



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D. TRY THIS
   1. By the way: Someone’s is about to change the topic of the conversation.
   2. Looking for: Search
   3. I still don’t get it: The person still doesn’t understand the matter well.
   4. If you don’t mind: Asking for permission
   5. No problem: It’s OK.


GET IT RIGHT
A. THINK ABOUT IT
   1. In an office.
   2. They are two friends.
   3. About one person’s wish to get some peace.
   4. Because he would have a presentation the next day.
   5. He was sorry and wished the man luck. He said, “I’m sorry. So, I wish you luck!”


B. TRY THIS
   1. Where are you going?
   2. I hope it goes O.K.
   3. present
   4. well
   5. Thank you


Find out:
   1. A remedial test.
   2. They are students and they are friends.
   3. Good fortune be with you; I hope it goes O.K.
   4. A presentation.
   5. They are a teacher and a student.
   6. Because they want their friends to be successful.


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F. ENJOY THIS
Find out:
   1. In the classroom.
   2. They are having a course.
   3. They are talking about the use of OHP for presentation.
   4. The teacher asks the students to be quiet.
   5. Be quiet.
      You have to prepare the OHP yourself.


G. TRY THIS
   1. Yes.
   2. do you have any suggestion?
   3. That’s a good idea.
   4. What do you think
   5. You’ve to


Find out:
   1. They are friends.
   2. In dialog 1 they are talking about presentation; in dialog 2 they are talking about a
      plan to go to dinner.
   3. Mike and Noboru.
   4. Susan and Tina.
   5. Do you have any suggestion?; Where should I take her after dinner? How about
      Padang?; You’ve to go to the Paradise Club.




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MOVING FORWARD

B. FIRST CHALLENGE
   1. let
   2. then
   3. broken
   4. products
   5. see you


Find out:
   1. A process of wax casting used in making sculpture.
   2. A process of wax casting used in making sculpture.
   3. Two-layer mold of plaster or clay.
   4. 4 stages.
   5. To explain the processes involved in the formation of sociocultural phenomena.
   6. Yes, I do. (Hello, guess what., right, well, let, okay. Is it clear?, See you and good
      luck)
   7. Used, coated, encased, melted, removed, poured, broken, produced.
   8. A model is coated with wax.
      The solidified wax is encased in a two-layer mold of plaster or clay.
      It is then melted or otherwise removed from the mold.
      Metal is poured into the space where the wax had been.
      After cooling, the mold is broken to free the metal object.
      This ancient method is used to produce sculpture, jewelry, and utilitarian products
      such as dentures.
   9. Yes, there are. (Then, after)
   10. Yes, because Cire Perdue still exists up to now.




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C. THIRD CHALLENGE
   1. paper
   2. forest
   3. mill
   4. woodchips
   5. pulp
   6. appreciate


Find out:
   1.     Wood chipping is a process used to obtain pulp and paper products from forest
         trees.
   2. The first stage of wood chipping is to cut down the tops and branches of trees.
   3. 7 stages.
        a. Cut down the tops and branches of trees.
        b. Take the logs to the mill.
        c. Remove the bark of the logs (At the mill).
        d. Take the logs to a chipper to be cut into small pieces called woodchips.
        e. Screen the wood chips to remove dirt and other impurities.
           (this stage they are either exported in this form or changed into the pulp by
           chemicals and heat.)
        f. Bleach the pulp and remove the water content.
        g. Finally roll the pulp out to make paper.
   4. Them refers to the logs.
   5. To explain the processes involved in the formation.
   6. Yes. (Okay, Right, And how about, Well, Next. Oh, I almost forgot, finally, let’s,
         Thank you and bye.)
   7. Obtain, cut out, taken, removed, screened, exported, changed, bleached, rolled
         out, use
   8. Yes. (woodchips, impurities, complexity, chemicals)
   9. What is paper made of?; Next the tops and branches of the trees are cut out; Then



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      the logs are taken to the mill; At the mill the bark of the logs is removed and the
      logs are taken to a chipper which cuts them into small pieces called woodchips;
      The wood chips are then screened to remove dirt and other impurities; Mmm at
      this stage they are either exported in this form or changed into the pulp by
      chemicals and heat; The pulp is then bleached and the water content is removed;
      Finally the pulp is rolled out to make paper.
   10. Then, next, finally.


D. THIRD CHALLENGE
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. b
   3. b


E. FOURTH CHALLENGE
   1. photosynthesis
   2. process
   3. convenience
   4. stages
   5. reaction
   6. light
   7. chemical energy
   8. in the second stage
   9. reaction
   10. hydrogen atoms
   11. synthesize glucose
   12. literal meaning
   13. light energy
Find out:
   1. leaves                                          3. Students’ own ideas
   2. Students’ own ideas                             4. Students’ own ideas


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HAND IN HAND
A. FIRST PROJECT
Generic Structure                      Human Respiratory System
General Statement         Okay, do you know who or what helps your body take
                    oxygen from the air ? Right. Respiratory system. Can you tell me
                    the most important organs in the respiratory system? Yes, your
                    nose, mouth, trachea, lungs, and diaphragm.

Explanation               Respiratory System, in anatomy and physiology, are organs
                    that deliver oxygen to the circulatory system for transport to all
                    body cells. The respiratory and circulatory systems work together
                    to deliver oxygen to cells and remove carbon dioxide in a two-
                    phase process called respiration.
                          The first phase of respiration begins with breathing in, or
                    inhalation. Inhalation brings air from outside the body into the
                    lungs. Oxygen in the air moves from the lungs through blood
                    vessels to the heart, which pumps the oxygen-rich blood to all
                    parts of the body. Oxygen then moves from the bloodstream into
                    cells, which completes the first phase of respiration. In the cells,
                    oxygen is used in a separate energy-producing process called
                    cellular respiration, which produces carbon dioxide as a
Closing             byproduct.
                          The second phase of respiration begins with the movement
                    of carbon dioxide from the cells to the bloodstream. The
                    bloodstream carries carbon dioxide to the heart, which pumps the
                    carbon dioxide-laden blood to the lungs.
                          In the lungs, breathing out, or exhalation, removes carbon
                    dioxide from the body, thus completing the respiration cycle. Do
                    you understand so far? Well sorry. Time is up so see you
                    tomorrow. Bye.




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Find out:
   1. They are the most important organs in the respiratory system.
   2. It will influence the respiratory system.
   3. Two phases.
   4. The first phase of respiration occurs in the lungs.
   5. First inhalation brings air from outside the body into the lungs. Then oxygen in
       the air moves from the lungs through blood vessels to the heart. After that, the
       heart pumps the oxygen-rich blood to all parts of the body. Finally oxygen moves
       from the bloodstream into cells, which completes the first phase of respiration.
   6. First carbon dioxide moves from the cells to the bloodstream. Then the
       bloodstream carries carbon dioxide to the heart which pumps the carbon dioxide-
       laden blood to the lungs.
   7. To explain the processes involved in the formation or working of natural
       phenomena.
   8. Yes. (okay, right, can you tell me, do you understand so far?)
   9. In the cells, oxygen is used in a separate energy-producing process called cellular
       respiration, which produces carbon dioxide as a by product.
   10. Yes, there is. (then)


CULTURAL AWARENESS
How about you?
   1. Yes, I have.
   2. Wedding, birthday, dinner party, etc.
   3. Yes. Sometimes I find them on the table.
   4. Wherever I like. No, there isn’t.
   5. Yes, I can.
   6. Sometimes I can.
   7. No. It will be very impolite.




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   8.
                Should do                                      Shouldn’t do
   1. I should place my napkin on my              1. I shouldn’t put my napkin on the
        lap.                                         table during the meal.
   2. I should take part in the                   2. I shouldn’t eat until everyone is
        conversation.                                served.
                                                  3. I shouldn’t eat with my elbows on
                                                     the table.
                                                  4. I shouldn’t “slurp”
                                                  5. I shouldn’t talk when my mouth is
                                                     full.
                                                  6. I shouldn’t wave my knife and fork
                                                     in the air as I talk.
                                                  7. I shouldn’t use toothpicks at the
                                                     table.


STAGE 2
GETTING STARTED
A. LET’S TALK
What do you think?
   1. Yes, I have. Malaria is an infectious disease which is caused by an one-called
        parasite which is known as Plasmodium.
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3. Mosquitoes.
   4. Yes, because it is an infectious disease.
   5. Kina


B. ACTIVE READING
   1. an infectious disease
   2. a one-celled parasite


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     3. the bite of the female Anopheles mosquito
     4. The Plasmodium parasite
     5. its life cycle
     6. the human’s bloodstream
     7. two new cells
     8. red blood cells
     9. red blood cells
     10. red blood cells
     11. sex cells
     12. the infected human
     13. the mosquito’s stomach
     14. the mosquito’s salivary glands


C. YOUR TURN
     1. By the bite of the female Anopheles mosquito.
     2. The first phase of life cycle of the Malaria Parasite is when it is infected a female
        Anopheles mosquito.
     3. The life cycle of the Malaria parasite begins again when Mosquito infected with
        the malaria parasite bites human, passing cells called sporozoites into the human’s
        bloodstream.
     4. In red blood cells, merozoites grow and divide to produce more merozoites,
        eventually causing the red blood cells to rupture.


GRAMMAR IN ACTION
A.
     1. Malaria is an infectious disease caused by a one-celled parasite known as
        Plasmodium.
     2. A mosquito infected with the malaria parasite bites human, passing cells called
        sporozoites into human’s bloodstream.
     3. Each sporozoite undergoes asexual reproduction, in which its nucleus splits to
        form two new cells, called merozoites.


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     4. Sound recording and reproduction are technology used to record, store, and play
        back sounds.
     5. Inside a microphone is a thin, flat, metallic surface, called a diaphragm,
        suspended in a magnetic field.
B.
           Technical Language                                   Examples
     1. pipeline                              Computer, instruction, CPU
     2. lost-wax                              Metal, sculpture, wax, clay
     3. respiration                           Nose, mouth, lungs
     4. malaria                               Disease, mosquito, parasite
     5. woodchips                             Pulp, paper product, forest trees
     6. sound recording and reproduction      Playback, loudspeaker stereo
     7. tsunami                               Sea wave, ocean floor, earthquake


C.
     1. is used
     2. is coated, is encased
     3. is broken
     4. is used
     5. is used
     6. are cut, are taken
     7. is removed, are taken
     8. are screened
     9. is bleached, is removed
     10. which are passed, are called


D.
     1. when
     2. until, because
     3. Until



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     4. When
     5. Before


E.
     1. Metal is poured into the space where the wax had been.
     2. The mold is broken to free the metal object after it is cooling.
     3. The wood chipping process begins when the trees are cut down in a selected area
        of the forest called a coup.
     4. At the mill, the bark of the logs is removed and the logs are taken to a chipper
        which cuts them into small pieces called woodchips.
     5. Do you know who or what helps your body take oxygen from the air?
     6. The bloodstream carries carbon dioxide to the heart which pumps the carbon
        dioxide-laden blood to the lungs.
     7. Respiration System in anatomy and physiology are organs that deliver oxygen to
        the circulatory system for transport to all body cells.
     8. In the cells, oxygen is used in a separate energy-producing process called
        respiration which produces carbon dioxide as a by product.
F.
     3. Fertilization, which is a precise period in the reproductive process, begins when
        the sperm contacts the outer surface of the egg and it ends when the sperm’s
        nucleus fuses with the egg’s nucleus.
     4. After nuclear fusion, the fertilized egg is called a zygote. When the zygote divides
        to a two-cell stage, it is called an embryo.
     5. When a cell undergoes, meiosis gametes are formed.
     6. During sperm and egg fusion in fertilization, the full amount of genetic material is
        restored.
     7. As soon as fertilization is complete, the zygote that is formed has a complete set
        of chromosomes containing genetic information from both parents.
     8. In general, it is fertilization that sets the egg on an irreversible pathway of cell
        division and embryo development.


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MOVING FORWARD
A. THINK ABOUT IT
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3. Students’ own idea.


B. FIRST CHALLENGE
   1. T
   2. F
   3. F
   4. T
   5. T
   6. F
   7. T
   8. F
   9. F
   10. T


C. SECOND CHALLENGE
Find out:
   1. Sound recording is one of two separate processes used to record, store and play
      back sounds.
   2. The first stage of sound recording is to pick up sound waves in the air by using
      microphone.
   3. Four stages. First, to record sound, a microphone changes the acoustic energy of
      sound waves in the air into electrical signals. Inside a microphone is a thin, flat,
      metallic surface, called a diaphragm, that is suspended in a magnetic field. When
      a sound wave reaches the microphone, the air pressure changes around the
      diaphragm, causing the diaphragm to move. This movement within a magnetic
      field creates an electrical signal. The signal is then transferred to a storage
      medium, such as a cassette tape, a compact disc (CD), or a phonograph record.



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   4. Reproduction is one of two separate processes used to record, store and play back
      sounds.
   5. To reproduce sound, a playing device, such as a CD player, cassette deck, or
      phonograph accesses the stored data. The playing device reads the data and
      converts the information back into electric energy. The electrical signal is sent to
      a loudspeaker, which has a diaphragm housed in a magnetic field in much the
      same way as a microphone’s diaphragm is housed. The electrical signal creates a
      disturbance in the magnetic field. These resultant variations in the magnetic field
      cause the diaphragm to move. As the diaphragm moves, it pushes out and pulls in,
      creating changes in air pressure to recreate the sound that was originally recorded.
   6. To explain the processes involved in the formation.
   7. to record, store, play back, uses, pick up, changes, converted, coded, retrieve,
      sent, suspended, reaches, move, creates, transferred, to reproduce, accesses, reads,
      cause, pushes out, pulls in, creating, to recreate, play, provide, make.
   8. Yes. Session, reproduction, information.
   9. a. The pressure changes associated with the waves are converted into electrical
          signals, which can be coded and stored for future access.
          b. The signals are then sent to a loudspeaker, which converts them back into
              sound.
          c. Inside a microphone is a thin, flat, metallic surface, called a diaphragm,
              that is suspended in a magnetic field.
          d. The signal is then transferred to a storage medium, such as a cassette tape,
              a compact disc (CD), or a phonograph record.
          e. The electrical signal is sent to a loudspeaker, which has a diaphragm
              housed in a magnetic field in much the same way as a microphone’s
              diaphragm is housed.
          f. Whether it was recorded yesterday or many years ago.
   10. sound recording, play back sounds, electrical signals, microphones, sound waves,
      acoustic, diaphragm, magnetic field, storage medium, etc.
   11. Yes, there are. (Then, When, As)
   12. Possible answer:



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      When a sound wave reaches the microphone, the air pressure changes around the
      diaphragm, causing the diaphragm to move.
   13. Yes, because studio recording session still exists up to now.


HAND IN HAND
A. FIRST PROJECT
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. Because of the toll of the victims and the death.
   3. Students’ own idea.
   4. Students’ own idea.


B. SECOND PROJECT
Generic Structure                                    Tsunami
General Statement            A tsunami is a very large sea wave that is generated by a
                       disturbance along the ocean floor. This disturbance can be an
                       earthquake, a landslide, or a volcanic eruption. A tsunami is
                       undetectable far out in the ocean, but once it reaches shallow
                       water, this fast-traveling wave grows very large.
Explanation                  Tsunamis occur when a major fault under the ocean floor
                       suddenly slips. The displaced rock pushes water above it like a
                       giant paddle, producing powerful water waves at the ocean
                       surface. The ocean waves spread out from the vicinity of the
                       earthquake source and move across the ocean until they reach the
                       coastline, where their height increases as they reach the
                       continental shelf, the part of the Earth’s crust that slopes, or rises,
                       from the ocean floor up to the land.
Closing                      Tsunamis wash ashore with often disastrous effects such as
                       severe flooding, loss of lives due to drowning, and damage to
                       property.




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C. THIRD PROJECT
   1. Tsunamis occur when a major fault under the ocean floor suddenly slips.
   2. The displaced rock.
   3. The ocean waves
   4. Severe flooding, loss of lives due to drowning, and damage to property.
   5. To explain a natural phenomenon.
   6. Generated, reaches, shallow, slips, pushes, spread out, move across, reach,
      increases, wash.
   7. a disturbance, eruption, vicinity, property.
   8. Yes. Because it talks about facts.
   9. a very large sea wave, shallow water, this fast-traveling wave, a major fault, the
      ocean floor, The displaced rock, a giant paddle, powerful water waves, the
      vicinity of the earthquake, etc.
   10. 4. Tsunami, earthquake, landslide, volcanic eruption


                                           UNIT 3
GETTING STARTED
A. LET’S TALK
   1. Two women working with a computer.
   2. Ms. Words, Ms. Excel, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, Power Point, Access,
      etc.
   3. At the offices, Internet boutiques, libraries, etc.


B. ACTIVE LISTENING
   1. promote
   2. want
   3. games
   4. computers
   5. socialize
   6. facts
   7. regulate



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Find out:
   1. About computers.
   2. No, because she thinks computer lessons do not promote physical activity.
   3. No, because she thinks that computers help people a lot in the information age.
   4. Computers have more advantages than disadvantages.
   5. Possible answers:
      Advantages: It helps people handle so much work in the office, it enables police
      regulate the traffic light, it enable people communicate with each other in
      different places.
      Disadvantages: It doesn’t promote physical activities, it addicts people.


D. TRY THIS
   1. keyboard
   2. compact disk
   3. mouse
   4. monitor screen
   5. scanner
   6. printer


F. TRY THIS
  1. monitor screen
  2. mouse
  3. keyboard
  4. printer
  5. CD-Rom
  6. software
  7. laptop
  8. eradicated
  9. communicate
  10. database



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G. YOUR TURN
   1. exploring
   2. stretch
   3. activities
   4. views
   5. take sides
   6. object
   7. dare
   8. proud
   9. forgers
   10. brilliant
   11. treachery
   12. conspiracy
   13. wealth


Find out:
   1. A hacker is a person who enjoys exploring the details of programmable systems
       on computers and they like to stretch the capability of the systems.
   2. The activities the hackers do in the computers are called hacking.
   3. Paragraph 3
   4. Paragraph 6
   5. Hackers sometimes help the police catch the ‘white collar criminals’, such as;
       corruptors, bank robbers, or credit card forgers.
   6. Some hackers use their brilliant skills to break in banks and other vital institutions
       where they can get money, where they can destroy information and the worst
       thing is they get the secret information and sell it to another country.
   7. The writer doesn’t take sides. I personally think that hackers are no bad guys with
       their brilliant skills. On the other hand they could be bad guys because of money
       orientation to get wealth. That’s just the point.
   8. He/she only wants to tell the reader about the facts of hacking and hackers from
       its positive side and negative side.



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H. TRY THIS
   1. c
   2. j
   3. d
   4. h
   5. e
   6. b
   7. g
   8. i
   9. a
   10. f


GET IT RIGHT
A. THINK ABOUT IT
Find out:
   1. The purpose of communication is to exchange ideas.
   2. A transactional dialogue is a dialogue that use certain expressions to achieve the
         target of the communication.
   3. Students’ own idea.
   4. Students’ own idea.
   5. Students’ own idea.


B. TRY THIS
Find out:
   1. An interpersonal dialogue (statements and responses)
   2.
                     Statements                                 Responses
          Look at this article about teeth.          Teeth?
          They’ve found a cure for tooth             Really? I can’t believe that’s
           decay.                                      possible.



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         That’s what causes toothache.                     I know that.
         They did tests on monkey and it’s                 That’s good news.
          completely safe.
         They are going to give it to all kids             What a clever idea.
          when they are three.




D. ENJOY THIS
   1. d
   2. b
   3. a
   4. g
   5. c
   6. e
   7. f


E. TRY THIS
          Statements                       Blaming                          Confessing
   I over slept this             What did you expect? You          I admit I was wrong.
   morning.                      went to bed too late last
                                 night.
   I sent an SMS to the          It serves you right. You          Yes, it was my own fault.
   wrong person.                 always careless about
                                 sending an SMS.
   I got choked yesterday.       It’s your own fault. You          You’re right. It was my own
                                 never chew your food well.        fault.
   I was thrown out of my        It was your own fault. You        I was the one to blame.
   rent-house.                   never paid on time.




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MOVING FORWARD
A. THINK ABOUT IT
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3. Students’ own idea.


B. FIRST CHALLENGE
Find out:
  1. It’s about X-ray examination.
  2. A German scientist, William Conrad Rontgen.
  3. In a hospital.
  4. When they find diseases in the internal parts of the patients’ bodies.
  5. Cancer, kidney trouble, heart trouble, tumor, etc.
  6. No, it costs a lot of money.
  7. If doctors don’t use the X-Ray, they will miss some important information which
      is very useful in making a diagnose on the patient’s disease. And this will
      sometimes cause the doctor inaccurate in prescribing the medicine to cure the
      illness.
  8. Yes, the radiation of X-Ray has some risks to the body tissues.
  9. The patients.
  10. Many people are planning a traditional health cure to avoid the high cost of
      hospital care.


C. SECOND CHALLENGE
Find out:
   1. To present information and opinions about more than one side of an issue (‘for’
       points and ‘against’ points).
   2. Discussion text
   3. Issue, Argument ‘for’ point and Argument ‘against’ point and the last is
       conclusion.



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          Issue contains opening statement. It’s about the topics that we are going to
           discuss.
          The ‘for’ point says about the evidence from the positive sides.
          The ‘negative’ point says about the evidence from the negative sides.
          The conclusion is only a brief summary of the two different point, but the writer
           or the speaker may not take sides.
     4. Impartial. Because the speaker doesn’t say that the ‘for’ point is good or the
           ‘against’ point is bad.
     5. Present tense.


D.THIRD CHALLENGE
Find out:
1.
           Internal parts            Radiated             Cancer                 Prescribing
         Spectrum of light           Detecting        Kidney trouble                Cure
             Invented                Invented          Heart trouble          Body tissues


2.
                        Gambits                                       Function
     Can you show me…                               Asking for information
     Well                                           Listing excuses
     Really?                                        A surprising fact
     Do you know                                    Surprising news
     Where was I?                                   Return to the topic
     I mean                                         Correcting yourself
     Right! O.K.                                    Right or wrong
     Oh, come on….                                  Analyze your handwriting
     Do I make myself clear?                        Checking gambits




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E. FOURTH CHALLENGE
        Title                           Abortion: Pro and Contra
                    Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen,
Issue                     First of all, I would like to thank the organizing committee
                    for giving me the opportunity to say a few words at this seminar.
                    In this occasion I’d like to speak about “Abortion : pro and
                    contra”. As you see, there has been a great deal of discussion on
                    the problem of abortion in this country and abroad. The
                    discussion includes: is abortion legal or illegal?, is abortion
                    morally justified or not? But in this discussion I would like to talk
                    from different side.
Argument “for”            To begin with, let me say that abortion is one of the method
Point               of birth control.
Elaboration               Let’s look at the fact about the population problem in a
                    country. When a country faces the problems of population
                    explosion, the government should find methods to solve it. But
                    since no methods of contraception is one hundred percent
                    effective and successful, abortion becomes the only way out when
                    prevention fails.
Argument “against         On the other hand, abortion may cause many negative
Point               effects for women’s health.
Elaboration               Women risk their health and lives in bearing the weight of
                    the operation and its consequences. The most common
                    complications are inflammation, interruption of menstrual
                    patterns, infertility, endometriosis, myoma of the uterus and many
                    other kind of ovary illnesses.
Conclusion                So far, abortion becomes a dilemma for countries with a
                    large number of citizens. One the one hand, it can control the
                    birthrate but on the other hand, it brings terrible consequences,
                    especially for the women’s health.



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Find out:
   1. Because abortion is one method of birth control.
   2. Because abortion may cause many negative effects for women’s health.
   3. Students’ own idea.


CULTURAL AWARENESS
Find out:

   1. Because British are reserved. They are quiet people, don’t like intruding on
        another person’s personal space and they value privacy very much. They are not
        very generous with their smiles.

   2. No, it isn’t. In Indonesia friendliness is expressed by smiles. You are always
        surrounded by people who do not hesitate to give you big smiles.

   3. Because they don’t always speak with standard pronunciation.

   4. Weather, Games, Football.

   5.   Students’ own idea.


STAGE 2
GETTING STARTED
A. LET’S TALK
Find out:
   1. Yes.
   2. Nuclear energy provides: the Atomic Bomb, the Hydrogen Bomb, the power for
        electricity.
   3. Students’ own idea.


B. ACTIVE READING
Find out:
   1. Nuclear energy is the only feasible choice to answer the ever-increasing energy
        needs.




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     2. The waste of nuclear products can completely destroy the environment and
        human lives.


C. TRY YHIS
     1. D
     2. A
     3. C
     4. B
     5. E


D. ENJOY THIS
     1. g
     2. d
     3. b
     4. f
     5. c
     6. a


GRAMMAR IN ACTION
A.
     1. Although it rained a lot, we enjoyed our vacation.
     2. Despite what I said last night, I didn’t get angry with you.
     3. In spite of working hard all day, he didn’t get enough salary.
     4. I didn’t get a job, even though I had all the necessary qualifications.
     5. She seems quite healthy, although she smokes 20 cigarettes a day.


Although and in spite of are followed by sentences.
In spite of and despite are followed by phrases.




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B.
     1. In spite of
     2. Although
     3. In spite of
     4. Although
     5. although


C.
     1. Students’ own idea.
     2. Students’ own idea.
     3. Students’ own idea.
     4. Students’ own idea.
     5. Students’ own idea.


D.
     1. Despite his French name, he is in fact an American.
     2. Although her foot was injured, she managed to walk home.
     3. In spite of the low salary, I decided to accept the job.
     4. I’ll keep doing the work whatever it may cause me a lot suffering.
     5. No matter how busy we are, we never forget to pray everyday.
     6. Even though I haven’t eaten for 24 hours, I didn’t feel hungry.
     7. Despite the better team, we lost the match.
     8. They still try hard, even if it is impossible to finish the work.
     9. In spite of his failure in his exams, he was trying to smile.
     10. Tono attended his friend’s party. His mother was ill, though.
F.
     1. patiently
     2. already
     3. unfortunately
     4. neatly
     5. clearly



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     6. completely
     7. sadly
     8. carefully, slowly
     9. quietly, accidentally
     10. firmly


H.
     1. .
     2. Frankly, I don’t know what I’d have done without him.
     3. Luckily, John didn’t hurt himself when he fell off his motorbike.
     4. Unbelievably, I won the first prize.
     5. Generally/Typically, an overdose of this pill is fatal.


I.
Connectives to show addition                    Furthermore
Connectives to show consequence                 As a result
Connectives to show comparison                  whereas


MOVING FORWARD
A. THINK ABOUT IT
     1. Students’ own idea.
     2. Students’ own idea.
     3. Students’ own idea.


B. FIRST CHALLENGE
Find out:
     1. Solar energy.
     2. Because we can get abundant source from the sun.
     3. Electricity for businesses and industry; heat, light and hot water for homes.
     4. Yes.
     5. The most important device to harness the sun’s energy are relatively expensive.


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C. SECOND CHALLENGE
Find out:
   1. To present information and opinions about more than one side of an issue (‘for’
        points and ‘against’ points)
   2. Discussion text
   3. Issue, argument ‘for’ point and argument ‘against’ point and the last is
        conclusion.
                 Issue contains opening statement. It’s about the topics we are going to
                 discuss.
                 The ‘for’ point says about the evidence from the positive sides.
                 The ‘negative’ point says about the evidence from the negative sides.
                 The conclusion is only a brief summary of the two different points, but the
                 writer or the speaker may not take sides.
   4. Impartial. Because the speaker doesn’t say that the ‘for’ point is good or the
        ‘against’ point is bad.
   5. In present tense.
   6.
   Solar car                       Sun’s radiation                Sunlight
   Harness                         Experimental                   Sunlight
   Solar heating                   Solar ponds                    Solar cells
   Solar batteries                 Drive generators               Non-polluted
   Fossil fuel                     Power                          Device


D.THIRD CHALLENGE
                            Cloning of Animals: Allowed or not Allowed?


Issue                       In this modern era, technology has developed into such a certain
                            degree that scientists are able to create new forms of life. One of
                            them is CLONING. The debate whether cloning at animals is
                            allowed or not seems never endless.


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“for” argument        Those who agree with the cloning at animals usually argue that
                      the seed produced from them can be used to everlasting rare
                      species. They also adds that cloning has a purpose to produce
                      high quality of CELLS.


elaboration           Many species are becoming rare and rare. Scientists are
                      concerned if they don’t do something to save the species, these
                      animals will be extinct forever from the world and this means a
                      big loss in the animal kingdom. For this reason, researchers
                      improve the cloning technology so that many rare species can
                      be successfully cloned.


“against” argument    However, not everyone is excited about cloning at animals,
                      however. Some people feel that it could have terrible
                      consequences.


Argument “against"    For example, if Dinosaurs are cloned, then men will be
point                 destroyed. It is clear that the ferocious beasts cannot live
                      together with humans. In history, these creatures lived several
                      thousand years before men appeared. Can you imagine these
                      giant killing creatures live within the same era and in the same
                      planet with us?


Elaboration           As a result of this controversy, people still haven’t got the
                      answer yet for cloning at animals. While some members of the
                      scientific community think that the banning of cloning
                      technology will destroy the creativity of science.




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HAND IN HAND
A. FIRST PROJECT
The order of the paragraphs:
        Nowadays, the videogame industry is developing rapidly. It becomes a multi-
billion dollar industry. Video games become an important part of not only the children’s
life but also the adults. Nevertheless, there is an argument whether video games have
good or bad influences on children.
        Video games are important to kill children’s boredom, to refresh their mind after a
tiring school day. It can make them more creative because the games provide challenging
ways to win.
        Some children, however, spend most of their time to play games. Those games
also bring bad influence to them. The children are often too much exposed to violence in
their childhood.
        In the USA, a couple of years ago, a student shot his teacher and some of his
friends. Newspaper said that the boy was deeply influenced by the actions in the video
games he used to play with.
        Video games also make children lazy. Most of them prefer playing videao games
to studying.


B. SECOND PROJECT
Title                            Credit Cards: Plus and Minus


Issue                            Students’ own idea.


Argument “for” point:                   Credit cards has many advantages as a means of
Elaboration                      payment. The most practical benefit of this magical
                                 plastic card is that the cardholders don’t need to carry
                                 cash. Our credit cards enable us to get cash inn advance
                                 from an authorized bank or from an ATM. Yet, with all
                                 its benefits, having a credit card involves some risks.




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Argument “against” point:           It is likely to happen that cardholders tend to
Elaboration                   spend more money than he or she should, or can afford
                              to. Cards come in handy when we buy on impulse. With
                              a credit card, we can pay for things in an emergency
                              without having to wait for our end-of-month paycheck.
                              Who isn’t lured by the “buy-now-pay-later” concept?
                              Actually, when you use a credit card, you buy on credit,
                              which means that you have to pay interest. And like all
                              other bank loans, your debts will swiftly add up when
                              you fail to make the regular monthly payments.


Conclusion                     Students’ own idea.


                                      UNIT 4


GETTING STARTED
A. LET’S TALK
What do you think?
   1. They are having a demonstration.
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3. Students’ own idea.


B. ACTIVE LISTENING
   1. wrong
   2. believe
   3. upset
   4. good
   5. wonder
   6. behaved
   7. miss
   8. know



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Find out:
   1. F
   2. F
   3. T
   4. T
   5. F


C. TRY THIS
   1. A personal narrative text.
   2. Because it’s a narrative that talks about personal life.
   3. When Annie talks about the problem of her brother.
   4. A sad ending.
   5. No.


GET IT RIGHT
A. THINK ABOUT IT
What is the plan?


B. TRY THIS
Students’ own idea

D. TRY THIS
   1.
               I wouldn’t do that if I were you.
               I wouldn’t do such a thing if I were in your position.
               I understand your situation, but it’s too risky if you do that
   2.
               I wouldn’t do such a stupid thing if I were in your position.
               I would keep going to school if I were you.
               I understand your feeling hurt, but it’s stupid if you decide not to go to
                school anymore.



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MOVING FORWARD
C. SECOND CHALLENGE
Find out:
   1. It was a busy day as usual.
   2. In the street.
   3. In the morning.
   4. A protest was taking place.
   5. An outcry against the issue of the ‘Playboy’ magazine Indonesian version.
   6. Awful.


D. THIRD CHALLENGE
Find out:
   1. Adit’s marriage proposal.
   2. A debate about a marriage proposal.
   3. Because he is nice to her.
   4. Because Adit has cancelled his wedding with Mer’s cousin.
   5. He was speechless.
   6. Students’ own idea.


CULTURAL AWARENESS
Find out:
   1. A word formed from the initial syllables or letters of other words or phrases.
   2. Acronym is a word formed from the initial syllables or letters of other words or
        phrases, while abbreviation is commonly read letter-by-letter.
   3.
               ADIDAS (e)
               NATO (a)
               NOVA (b)
               ADAM (c)
               FAST (g)



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                FIRST (d)
                NEAR(h)
                TEAM (f)


STAGE 2
GETTING STARTED
A. LET’S TALK
What do you think:
   1. He is the most outstanding figure in English literature.
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3.   As You Like It, Hamlet, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, The Merchant
        from Venice, etc.


B. ACTIVE READING
   1. ruled
   2. seized
   3. had
   4. fled
   5. lived
   6. shared
   7. lived
   8. loved
   9. had
   10. was
   11. was
   12. was
   13. wanted
   14. were
   15. were
   16. grieved
   17. missed



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   18. knew
   19. did


Find out:
   1. b
   2. d
   3. a
   4. c


C. ENJOY THIS
Find out:
   1. At the court.
   2. Charles was a wrestler. He was strong and skillful.
   3. Charles’ fourth opponent was a noble and handsome youth, much younger than
      Charles.


D. YOUR TURN
   1. b
   2. b
   3. b
   4. a
   5. b


GRAMMAR IN ACTION
   1. greedy
   2. nasty
   3. long
   4. melodious
   5. afraid
   6. great
   7. easy



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    8. kind
    9. hungry
    10. wide
    11. thankful


Find out:
    1. c
    2. b
    3. c
    4. c
    5. e


B
Greeted, cried out, replied, exclaimed, asked


C
               Direct Speech                                  Indirect speech
“Good morning, Miss Crane.”                     He said good morning to Miss Crane.
“Please, Miss Crane, don’t fly away.”           He begged Miss Crane not to fly away.
“I need your help.”                             He said that he needed help.
“I’m in a great trouble.”                       He said that he was in a great trouble.
“O, please, Miss Crane. Let bygones be          He begged Miss Crane to forget what had
bygones.”                                       passed.
“Now I need your help badly,” said the          The wolf stepped forward and said that he
wolf and stepped forward.                       needed her help badly.
Etc.,                                           Etc.


D
A long bill, soft and melodious sound, a great trouble, a kind reward




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E
That, when, and, if, then


G
      Adverb of time                   Adverb of place               Adverb of manner
A long time ago                  In his throat                  Very much
                                 Near a pond                    Great
                                 At a distance                  Badly
                                 In my mouth




H
            Action related to wolf                       Action related to the crane
Kill, eat, try, complain, say, go, look for,     Hate, fly, say, cry out, step backwards, ask,
find, greet, step forward, reply, laugh, stop,   put, draw
snap, exclaim


MOVING FORWARD
A. THINK ABOUT IT
    1. b
    2. a
    3. e
B. YOUR CHALLENGE
Find out:
    1. c
    2. a
    3. a
    4. c
    5. d
    6. a
    7. e


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                                         UNIT 5


GETTING STARTED
A. LET’S TALK
Find out:
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3. Students’ own idea.
   4. Students’ own idea.


B. ACTIVE LISTENING
   1. Book
   2. Movie
   3. TV Show
   4. Plays
   5. Music


C. ENJOY THIS
Meilisa is reading a movie review about “Jurassic Park” when Arinda comes to visit her.


Arinda      : Hello, how are you?
Meilisa     : Fine. What about you? You look so happy.
Arinda      : Yup. I want to go somewhere to relax but ….
Meilisa     : What about watching “Jurassic Park” at the Plaza theater? It would be
            great.
Arinda      : That’s a good idea. Don’t you think any movie directed by Steven Spielberg
            will be amazing. By the way, who are the actors ?
Meilisa     : Jeff Goldblum and Pete Postlewaite.
Arinda      : And what is the movie about?
Meilisa     : Have you see n “Jurassic Park 1”? It’s about an island populated with real
            dinosaurs.



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Arinda    : Is it a new film ?
Meilisa   : No, it was released in 1997 but it’s still popular.
Arinda    : It has to be a science-fiction movie.
Meilisa   : Right. I think you should read this review before deciding whether
          you’ll go or not.
Arinda    : Thanks. It might be very good. A scientist built a dinosaur theme park o a
          remote island? Dinosaurs? I don’t believe it in word. They must be very crazy
          to take the beasts to Los Angeles, California. Let’s go now Mel, I can’t wait.
Meilisa   : But you have to wait until tomorrow at 3 p.m
Arinda    : What? I want to see it now.
Meilisa   : Sorry, pal. Calm down. Hey, what about another movie?
Arinda    : No, thanks. Oh, I almost forgot. I have to call my mother. Bye, Mel. See you
Meilisa   : Bye.


D. YOUR TURN
             Gambit                             What are they? Write them here.
   1. asking for opinion               What about “Jurassic Park” at the Plaza theater?
   2. expressing attitude              It would be great.
   3. expressing personal opinion      I don’t believe it in a word.
   4. what you really mean             Well,
   5. right or wrong                   Right.
   6. offering a suggestion            What about another movie?
   7. expressing agreement             That’s a good idea.
   8. expressing apology               Sorry.
   9. leave-taking                     Bye.


GET IT RIGHT
A. THINK ABOUT IT
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3. Students’ own idea.


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MOVING FORWARD
A. THINK ABOUT IT
   1. Students’ own idea.
   2. The information about the film, including who play in the movie, what the movie
      is about, etc.
   3. Students’ own idea.


B. FIRST CHALLENGE
   1. review
   2. released
   3. dinosaurs
   4. weather
   5. a science fiction
   6. aero plane
   7. See you


Find out:
   1. F
   2. T
   3. F
   4. T
   5. F


C. SECOND CHALLENGE
   1. A review of Jurassic Park 2 (The Lost World)
   2. Students’ own idea.
   3. Students’ own idea.
   4. Jurassic Park I.
   5. To critique an art work or event for a public audience.
   6. Good morning, welcome back with me, Do you still remember? reat!, Well,
      Okay, I’d be glad to, To be perfectly frank, Anyway.



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   7. Particular participant. Jurassic Park 2 the lost world.
   8. Yes. love, decide, please.
   9. The highest praise.
   10. Title-Orientation-Interpretative Recount-Evaluation-Evaluative Summation.


D. THIRD CHALLENGE
   1. bunch
   2. humorous
   3. e-mails
   4. ends up
   5. gorgeous
   6. debut
   7. amusing
   8. novel


Find out:
   1. The Guy Next Door.
   2. Ully
   3. Orientation-Interpretative Recount-Evaluation-Evaluative Summation.
   4.
        Title                                        The Guy Next Door
                                                       Meggin Cabot

        Orientation                          A novel normally consists of chapters. But
                                     you will find none in this book. Why? Because it
                                     consists of e-mails. Yep, you read me right, they are
                                     a bunch of e-mails from people who keep in touch
                                     with each other and talk about all kinds of seemingly
                                     unrelated things, which somehow share a common
                                     thread, in a humorous way.
                                             Melissa Fuller is a journalist working for the
        Interpretative Recount
                                     New York Journal. From her and her friend’s e-
                                     mails, we get the impression that Melissa is an
                                     attractive, intelligent, red-haired single girl with a
                                     kind heart toward her friends and animals. After an
                                     accident and some arrangments, she ends up living



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                                     next door to a handsome stranger whom she believes
                                     is the nephew of her elderly neoghbor. Actually, he
                                     is not what he admits he is. But before she knows it,
                                     they fall in love with each other. Will she be able to
                                     accept the fact that the gorgeous guy next door has
                                     been lying to her eventhough they both share the
                                     same feelings?
                                             Meggin Cabot alias Meggin Patricia Cabot is
      Evaluation
                                     also the writer of the successful teenage series The
                                     Princess’ Diaries. The Guy Next Door is her debut
                                     in the genre of contemporary adult novel. It
                                     discusses relationships, working environments, and
                                     solving a mystery from many people’s different
                                     point of view.

      Evaluative Summation                  Just like her other books, The Guy Next Door
                                     is amusing, refreshing, and enlightening altogether. I
                                     wonder what this and other writers will do next,
                                     create a novel out of cluster of SMS’s, perhaps?
                                     THAT would be cool. Ully



CULTURAL AWARENESS
Find out:
   1. Intercultural communication.
   2. Because she is afraid that her opinion will offend other people who hear it.
   3. Students’ own idea.
   American style                               Indonesian style
      -     Active                                  -   passive
      -     Enthusiastic                            -   reluctant
      -     Open minded                             -   shy
      -     Like humor                              -   appreciate politeness very much
      -     Proud of their nation                   -   frankly speaking is not a
      -     Frankly speaking                            common behavior
                                                    -   cannot receive other’s opinion,
                                                        especially when it comes from
                                                        the young




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STAGE 2
GETTING STARTED
A. THINK AND DISCUSS
Find out:
   1. Brownies
   2. Because of its brown color.
   3. Students’ own idea.
   4. It tastes sweet.
   5. A film.


B. ACTIVE READING
Find out:
   1. Drama
   2. Hanung Bramantyo
   3. Marcella Zalianty, Bucek Depp, Phillip Jusuf
   4. SinemArt
   5. The orientation
   6. Interpretative recount, reason.
   7. The story of the film or the summary. Interpretative recount.
   8. Panasonic High Definition cameras; the production cost; evaluation summation
   9. Adults.
   10. Students’ own idea.


C. YOUR TURN
   1. Original – f. First/earliest
   2. Companionship – e. Fellowship
   3. Make a run – d. Produce
   4. Effort – c. Trying hard
   5. Infuse – b. Fill
   6. Matinee – a. Performance of arts given in the afternoon
   7. Sequel – m. A complete story containing an earlier one



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   8. Pachyderm – j. Thick-skinned animal
   9. Wicked – i. Bad/very evil
   10. Bested – g. Defeated
   11. Thrills – h. Strong feeling of happiness or fear
   12. Spills – l. Pouring out
   13. Staples – k. Main products


D. TRY THIS
  Generic Structure                              The Jungle Book 2
Orientation                The original "The Jungle Book" was one of Disney Studios
                           biggest hits and the last Mouse House animation directly
                           supervised by the late, great Walt Disney, himself. That was
                           back in 1967 and it has taken all that time to tell us what
                           happens after the man-cub, Mowgli (voice of Haley Joel
                           Osment), gave up his jungle home and the companionship of
                           his best friend, Baloo (voice of John Goodman), to live with
                           the rules of the human village in "The Jungle Book 2."

                           Disney studios seems to be getting into the habit of taking the
Evaluation 1
                           second tier sequels of its classics that used to go direct to
                           video, like "The Little Mermaid 2," "Aladdin 2" and " The
                           Lion King 2," and making a run at the big screen before the
                           little screen takes over. With such kids' flicks as "Return to
                           Neverland" and "The Jungle Book 2" it's nice to see that the
                           effort is being made to infuse these lower budget follow-ups
                           with the same intent and quality, if not the scope, of the
                           originals.

                           "The Jungle Book 2" is an example of a Disney animation that
Evaluation 2
                           belongs on the pay-per-view and video store shelves but gives
                           a good enough show to satisfy the Saturday matinee kid




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                         crowd. While it doesn't have the number of songs or the
                         original source material (after all, "TJB" is a Rudyard Kipling
                         story), the screenplay by Karl Geurs does a better than
                         average job of creating a lively sequel.

                         Mowgli has been living in the safe, boring village since he
Interpretative Recount
                         was adopted by his little buddy Ranjan's (voice of Connor
                         Funk) family and developed a crush on the girl, Shanti (voice
                         of Mae Whitman), who got him to come out of the jungle in
                         the first place. But, Mowgli can't forget his old best friend,
                         Baloo (John Goodman), his beloved papa bear, and the laid
                         back bruin, too, yearns to see his little man-cub pal. Even
                         though the wise panther Bagheera (voice of Bob Joles) does
                         his best to keep Baloo away from his friend, including the use
                         of the dedicated pachyderms of Colonel Hathi's (voice of Jim
                         Cummings) Elephant Patrol, it is all for naught.

                         Baloo may be simple but he certainly knows his own mind
                         and he is able to get around Bags's defense, sneaks into the
                         village to find his best friend, Mowgli, for a grand reunion.
                         But, the noise over Baloo's quest reaches the ears of the
                         wicked tiger, Shere Khan (voice of Tony Jay), who Mowgli
                         bested in the original. When Baloo enters the village so does
                         Shere Khan and a big commotion ensues with the villagers
                         battling the dreaded tiger while Shanti and Ranjan set in
                         pursuit of the bear and Mowgli, thinking that their friend is in
                         danger. This begins an adventure that has everyone searching
                         for Mowgli, friend and foe alike, with thrills, spills, songs and
                         dance that will be one of the children's entertainment staples
                         on home video.

                         My only complaint about "The Jungle Book 2" is that it could



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Evaluation 3           have used another song or two. The ones that are here, though,
                       are good fun and well staged to toe tapping pleasure. The
                       hipster "Jungle Rhythm," the reprised "Bare Necessities" and
                       the super-fun, big scale Busby Berkeley-esque swing number,
                       "W-I-L-D" are great fun to watch and listen to, for kids and
                       adults both.

                       Vocal characters are uniformly well caste to give continuity to
                       the characters first heard 35 years ago. Haley Joel Osment
Evaluation 4
                       voices Mowgli with the right note throughout, even when
                       doing a soulful solo rendition of "Jungle Rhythm." John
                       Goodman gives just the right, big-hearted, big-sized feel to
                       the original party animal, Baloo, originally voiced by Phil
                       Harris. Brit stage thesp Tony Jay gives the same sleek, sinister
                       and malicious note to Shere Khan the tiger that George
                       Sanders gave in the original. Bob Joles also does a fine reprise
                       of Bagheera, first done by Sebastian Cabot. Mae Whitman
                       and Connor Funk do well as Shanti and Ranjan and veteran
                       John Rhys-Davies gives caring dignity to Mowgli's adopted
                       father. Cummings also gives a good imitation of Sterling
                       Holloway's ssssslithering vocal performance as the sneaky
                       snake Kaa.

                       Animation is simple with set backgrounds but the quality of
                       the character animation, the fine vocal performances, lively
Evaluation Summation
                       song-and-dance numbers and nice story make "The Jungle
                       Book 2" a fun thing to see at the theater and worth the wait on
                       home video (but you shouldn't have too long to wait). The
                       kids are going to like it, maybe even love it. I give it a B-.

                                                 www.review.com




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Find out:
     1. The reviewer compares The Jungle Book 2 with the original one produces in 1967.
     2. The original of Jungle Book was directly supervised by the late, great Walt Disney.
     3. The Jungle Book 2, the second tier sequels, can be enjoyed not only at the big
        screen but also the video as well.
     4. The Jungle Book 2 doesn’t have the number of songs because it has fine vocal
        performances, lively song-and-dance numbers and nice story.
     5. The setting of the animation is simple but it has the quality of the character
        animation.
     6. The kids are going to like The Jungle Book 2 or the original source material.


GRAMMAR IN ACTION
B.
     1. Jurassic Park Part II is motion picture about an island populated with real
         dinosaurs and it was released in 1997.
     2. This science fiction adventure is the sequel to the box-office hit Jurassic Park
         (1993) where a scientist built a dinosaur theme park on a remote island.
     3. Although those dinosaurs were destroyed, there are some left on another island.
     4. Dr. Sarah Harding is played by Julianne Moore and Dr. Ian Malcolm is played by
         Jeff Goldblum who travel to the island to observe the dinosaurs.
     5. Then they try to prevent Roland Tembo (Pete Postlethwaite) from rounding the
         beasts up so that they take them to a theme park in the United States.
     6. Because the weather turns bad, the dinosaurs become violent and one of the angry
         beasts makes his way to Los Angeles, California.
     7. You can make a boat, but you can’t make the ocean.
     8. You can make an aeroplane, but you can’t make the air.


H.
     1. Simile, because it has similar qualities. It uses the word ‘like’.
     2. Metaphor, because it behaves the same. It uses the word ‘is’.
     3. Metaphor, because the word ‘drug’ substitutes the words ‘entertainment device’



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          as if the two behave the same.
      4. Metaphor, because the word ‘upstairs’ replaces the word ‘heaven’, as if you are in
          ‘God’s home’ and Heaven has the top floor.
      5. Simile, because they run away and scatter in much the same way as pigs running
          from the sound of a gun. Note the word ‘like’.


I.
      1. book
      2. doll
      3. Exhibition
      4. shoes
      5. pie


J.
1. A noun is a word which is used to refer to a person, or things.
     E.g.: salesman, farm, balcony, bicycle, love and trust.

     If you find the ‘a’ or ‘the’ before a word, it’s a noun.
     E.g.: a book, an apple, the mango, the boys

     If you can make the word plural or singular, it’s a noun.
     For example:
                chair – chairs
                boy – boys
                watch – watches
                table – tables
                bag – bags
                pen – pens


K.
         Tandi Crawford is an unsatisfied woman. Her 13 year marriage has become lonely
and loveless after she discovered her husband’s Jared’s affairs three years ago. The only
thing that has got Tandi through this difficult time is fantasies of her first love, Brent


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Rogers.
      After reaching the end of her rope with her marriage, Tandi leaves Jared, takes
her 11 year old son Michael and ends up moving into the place she ran away from 18
years before, with her father Glynne Belson.
      Now Tandi has to pick up the pieces of her puzzling life and learn the hard truth
that everything that looks good to you is not necessarily good for you.


L.
Students’ own idea.


M.
Although Gone With The Wind was a sort of second choice with the New York Film
Critics, its presentation was accorded more space in newspapers than any motion picture
has ever been given. After buying the rights to the novel, David Selznick had attracted
attention by his suggestions for the part of Scarlett O’Hara. The picture was first
presented publicly in Atlanta and some of the newspapers, including The New York
Times, sent staff writers to attend that opening. The accounts were printed on the first
pages of some editions of the afternoon newspapers in large cities all over the country.
Gone with the Wind was launched in two theaters in New York the Astor and the Capitol.
In The New York Times, the review was spread over four columns with a two-column
cut and an added account of the celebrities present. The critic referred to it as ‘a
handsome, scrupulous, unstinting version of the 1,037-page novel’.


MOVING FORWARD
A. THINK ABOUT IT
Students’ own idea.


B. FIRST CHALLENGE
Find out:
     1. OST (Original Soundtrack)



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   2. Because the lyric reflects the story in the movie.
   3. Because of the chemistry they created with the movie.
   4. No movie is perfect without musical score and OST of Brownies has proved it
        excellent.
   5. Perfect and excellent.


C. SECOND CHALLENGE
Find out:
   1. a
   2. b
   3. a
   4. a
   5. a


D. THIRD CHALLENGE
Title                          SPIDERMAN 2 THE REVIEW


Orientation                    I just watched Spiderman 2 and I enjoyed it thoroughly. It
                       is better than the original because the story has more depth and
                       lots of funny moments too. Frankly speaking, when I walked
                       into the cinema, I thought we were going to watch Finding
                       Nemo 2. The cinema was filled with kids. Not surprising though
                       since the original Sipderman movie was a huge hit.


The Interpretative     The story starts with Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire), having a
Recount                tough time with his dual life. Two jobs by day, high
                       expectations in school to boot, and crime fighter by night. No
                       time for his personal life or to follow his dreams. Always
                       exhausted. Always late. He reminds me of Born Loser.




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                    Peter faces problems which many of us do: problems on the job
                    and no money for the rent. The woman he loves, Mary Jane
                    (Kirsten Dunst) is with someone else. Basically, anything that
                    goes wrong, does. Even as Spiderman, things go wrong as his
                    power vanishes.


                    The villain, Doc Ock is a multi-dimensional person, somewhat
                    like Norman Osborne in the original Spiderman movie.
                    Originally a good hearted scientist, the unfortunate accident
                    allowed the artificial intelligence in his tentacles to take over
                    and turn him to a formidable villain. Alfred Molina is excellent
                    as Doc Ock, the good scientist, and as the villain whose mind
                    was taken over by the tentacles.


                    As the story progresses, Peter finds himself that he has to be his
                    own self. With this self confidence, he has to hurry with the
                    time to save Mary Jane because Doc Ock kidnapped the girl.


                    Unrequited love. The longing glances exchanged. Some of these
                    could have become uncomfortably mushy, but with Tobey’s
                    understated performance and the powerful on screen chemistry
                    between him and Kirsten, these scenes turned out very well.


Evaluation 1        Tobey Maguire, with his talent in drama, brings out this aspect
                    of the movie beautifully. The process Peter has to go through as
                    he struggles with what he really wants to do with his life. This
                    reminds me somewhat of the TV series Smallville, where young
                    Clark Kent (Superman) struggles with his secret powers.


Evaluation 2        Rosemary Harris (as Peter’s Aunt May) touches our hearts. She
                    still misses Uncle Ben terribly. A brave old lady who faces life



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                        alone, with not enough money to pay the bills. Even then, she is
                        spunky enough to whack Doc Ock. Incidentally, in the comic
                        books, Aunt may almost married Doc Ock.


Evaluation 3            Spiderman, with his mask on looks emotionless. Kind of boring.
                        In a number of key moments of the movie, you see Spidey
                        without mask. The comic book Spidey would never take off his
                        mask voluntarily, but in the movie, seeing the maskless
                        Spidey’s expressions has a greater impact. You’ll see the actor’s
                        full performance when you see his facial expressions.


The Evaluation          Overall, Spiderman 2 is an excellent movie. The plot is
Summation               excellent. The characters are well developed. The humor is
                        there. Lots of inside jokes. There’s loads of actions too.
                        Consequently, it is fun for the entire family. I intend to see this
                        movie again.


                                          Taken from: www.spiderman2.com




Find out:
   1. Spiderman 2 is an excellent movie.
   2.
  - It is better than the original.
  - The story has more depth. Lots of funny moments too.
  - These scenes turned out very well.
   - Rosemary Harris (as Peter’s Aunt May) touches our hearts.
   - Seeing the maskless Spidey’s expressions has a greater impact.
  - You’ll see the actor’s full performance when you see his facial expressions.
  - The plot is excellent.
  - The characters are well developed.



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   3. better, very well, greater, excellent, well developed
   4. Finding Nemo, Spiderman, Smallville. The film viewers were mostly kids, and
      the actor had a struggle to hide his real identity.
   5. To critique an art work or event for a public audience.




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