Materi Bahasa Inggris Kelas 8 Semester I setelah Asking for Attention, yang kedua adalah Checking for Understanding. Checking for undertanding adalah ungkapan atau ekspresi yang digunakan untuk mengecek pemahaman seseorang atau lawan bicara kita mengenai apa yang kita sampaikan kepadanya. Respon yang diberikan bisa positif (paham) atau negatif (tidak paham).
|Contoh Dialog Checking for Understanding|
Checking for understanding (Mengecek Pemahaman)
– Do you know what I mean?
– Do you know what I am saying
– Do you follow me?
– Do you undertand?
– Got it?
– Is it clear?
– Are you following me?
Showing understanding (Menunjukkan kepahaman)
– I see
– I understand
– I get it
– I understand what you are saying
– I know what you mean
– I’m with you
Expressing Lack of Undertanding (Menunjukkan kekurang pahaman/tidak paham)
– I don’t get it
– I’m sorry. What do you mean?
– Excuse me, but I’m not following you
– Again, please
– I don’t understand
– What do you mean?
– I don’t quite follow you
: We will make an advertisement today. Do you understand?
: Yes, Sir.
: What did I say?
: We will make an advertisement, sir.
: Dear, can you help me to cook fish?
: Yes, Mom
: Will you buy me some fish in the market, first?
: Okay, Mom. I will go there by a motorcycle
: All right. And please don’t forget to buy ginger at Mak Sumi’s shop.
Do you know what I mean, dear?
: I don’t quite follow you, Mom.
: please don’t forget to buy ginger at Mak Sumi’s shop Okay, be careful dear.
: thank you Mom. I’ll go now.
Berikut adalah contoh latihan soal untuk dialog 2 (Mother and Tiara)
Question for exercise (Dialogue 2)
How many persons are there in the dialogue 2?
Where does the conversation take place?
What does Tiara’s mother want Tiara to do?
Where will Tiara buy fish?
How do Tiara go to the market?
Does her mother want her to buy anything else?
Where should Tiara buy ginger?
What does her mother say to check whether Tiara understands or not?
And what is Tiara’s response ?
Do you think that she is happy to go to market?
Complete the dialogues using the words in the box!
: We will make an greeting card. . . .(1)
: Yes, Sir
: Do you understand the homework?
: . . . . (2) How about you?
: Yes, I do.
: Ok . . . . (3) I will describe what the simple past tense is. Simple past is used to talk about finished actions that happened at a spesific time in the past.
: . . . . (4)
: . . . . (5)
: Please explain the example of simple past tense, Sir.
: All right.
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