2Speaking Asking and Giving Permission Class XI /Semester 1 By: Johanes G H Manik, S. PdSMA Negeri 3 Tebing TinggiSumatera Utara
3§ STANDAR KOMPETENSI § KOMPETENSI DASAR 3. Mengungkapkan makna dalam teks percakapantransaksional dan interpersonal resmi dan berlanjut(sustained) dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari§ KOMPETENSI DASAR3.2 Mengungkapkan makna dalam percakapan transaksional(to get things done) dan interpersonal(bersosialisasi)resmi dan berlanjut (sustained) dengan menggunakanragam bahasa lisan secara akurat, lancar dan berterimadalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan melibatkantindak tutur: menasehati, memperingatkan, meluluskanpermintaan, serta menyatakan perasaan relief, pain, danpleasure
5Expressing Asking and Giving Permission Asking PermissionCan I close the window, please?Please let me have the car tonight.Would it be possible to me to do that?Do you mind if I smoke?May I have your permission to meet your daughter?May I borrow your pen?Is it alright if I enter your room?
6Giving and Denying Permission Giving PermissionSure go ahead.It’s okay with me.No, I don’t mind.Why not?You have my permission.I won’t stop youCertainlyBy all meansDenying PermissionNo, You may not.No, You can’tYes, I do mindI will not permit you toIt is not allowed toI absolutely forbid youYou are not permitted toYou are not allowed to
7Examples - 1:In the class, students practice the dialogJane : Susan, do you have a long ruler?Susan : Yes.Jane : May I use it? I want to draw a line?Susan : Oh certainly, here it is. But don’t forget to return it.Jane : And, do you have a pencil, too?Susan : Yes, I doJane : Would you mind if I use it?Susan : Yes, I do mind because I am using it.Jane : okay, thank you
8Examples - 2Mira asks John for a ride in his car.Mira : John, are you going downtown?John : Yes, I amMira : can I go with you?John : oh, sure! Get in. Where do you want to go?Mira : I want to go to the supermarket to buy a giftfor my nephew, today is his birthday.John : All right.
9Vocabularies and grammar functions related to express permission Permit (verb) = mengijinkanPermission (noun) = ijinAllow (verb) = mengijikanCan (modal) = boleh/dapatMay (modal) = BolehNote:Allow/permit to infinitiveCan/may infinitive
10Practice 1. In pairs, study this following dialog and perform it! Jack : Mom, can I go to the movies with Tim and guystonight?Mom : No, You cannot. You have been twice to themovies this week.Jack : Please, Mom. Please let me go. I promisetonight is the last night. I’ll do anything you want me to.Mom : Will you clean the park this afternoon beforeyou go?Jack : Uhmmm, ..Okay, I willMom : Well, you can go with your friends but don’t be too late.Jack : I won’t, Mom and thank you, You are the best.
11ok ok ok 2. Read and complete the following dialogues Septi : May I come in, Miss?Miss Nia: 1)_______________. Can I help you?Septi : Yes, Miss. My father called me for an importantbusiness. 2)__________________. He wantsme to go home soon.Miss Nia: Okay. Your father also called me,so 3)_____________________sureokMay I have a permissionokokGo ahead
12Complete the dialogue with the suitable expressions. May I go home first?I have something to doNo, _________You must wait for meYou may notok
13Oh, surely. But don’t come home late! Dad ,________to the movie with my friends tonight?May Iok
14Priyana, Joko. 2008. Interlanguage. Jakarta: Penerbit Grasindo Grace Eudia and Th. M. Sudarwati Look Ahead An English Course. Jakarta: Erlangga.Soeprapto, F.A. and Mariana Darwis Linked to The World. Jakarta: Penerbit YudhistiraZumakhsin and Yulia Mufarichah Progress. Bandung:Penerbit Ganeca ExactM. Purwati, Marta Yuliani English for a better life. Bandung :Penerbit Pakar Raya
15SMA Negeri 3 Tebing Tinggi Sumatera Utara Presented by :Johanes G H Manik, S.PdSMA Negeri 3 Tebing TinggiSumatera UtaraEdited by :Siti Zulfah