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POLITE REQUEST/ NOUN

PREPARED BY:
Nur Afiqah Hussin (129782) Nurul Ain Ismail (129773)

PREPARED FOR:
Dr Abdul Halim Bin Mohamed

POLITE REQUEST

SIMPLE ESSAY ABOUT POLITENESS


Learning good manners should be done early in life. Good manners come from parents. It is essential that parents should themselves be good mannered. They should teach manners to their children. Some parents go on meeting the demands of their children. They do not care to teach them good manners.

Good manners are the backbone of the society. They are


essential for social life and individual peace and comfort. Good mannered people are respected and appreciated everywhere. If a person is dressed well, it does not mean that he must be possessing good manners as well. A man without manners remains savage. Therefore, it is very necessary to have good manners.

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Courtesy and politeness are the key to good manners. Words and phrases like 'I am sorry', 'Please', 'Kindly', 'Thank You', 'Sir', 'Madam', 'I beg' your pardon' etc. should be used often. They create a healthy impact and a sense of respect on the minds of others. If they are spoken at the right moment in a soft and sweet voice, they work wonders. Even if something

negative has to be said, it should be said in such a way that it does not hurt
the feelings of the other person. One should also respond positively to a negative situation. Good manners enrich the personality of an individual. A well mannered person is liked by everyone. Good manners enhance his value and make him a precious human being. Good manners cannot be borrowed, but have to be cultivated over a long period.

COMPREHENSION QUESTION
1) Everyone should learn good manners in the middle time of their life. (True / False) 2) Good manners is important to the society as we can call it as backbone of the society. (True / False) 3) Good mannered people are hated and humiliated everywhere. (True / False)

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4) Courtesy and politeness are the important key to good manners. (True / False) 5) Good manners can be borrowed from one to another. (True / False)

ANSWER
1.True 2.True 3.False 4.True 5.False

VOCABULARY
1. Manners A person way of behaving towards others. 2. Please Use when asking for something. 3. Pardon me use to get someone attention or ask for information. 4. Im sorry Use when you have made a mistake. 5. Nice - Is to be pleasant and good-natured.

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6. Thank you Used when someone give or does something for you. 7. Polite The act of showing regards for others. 8. Courtesy a courteous or respectful or considerate act. 9. Respect Is a way of treating or thinking about something or someone. 10. Benevolence Is an act of kindness or an inclination to be kind.

WORDS AND PHONETICS


Manner = /mn.r/ Please = /pliz/ Pardon me = /p.dn /mi/ Im sorry = /am/ /sr.i/ Nice = /nas/ Thank you = /k/ /ju/ Polite = /plat/

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Courtesy = /k.t.si/ Respect = /rspekt/ Benevolence = /bnev.l.nt/

EASY DIALOGUE
(Ravi meets Mega and requests her to lend him a library ticket)

Ravi

: Good morning, Mega.

Mega : Hello, Ravi! Good morning. Come in and sit down. Ravi : Are you going out somewhere?

Mega : Well, I was planning to go to the library


Ravi : I too wanted to go to the library. But I haven't got a library ticket. Can you lend me one? Mega : Certainly. Here you are. Ravi : Thanks. I'm sorry to bother you.

MEDIUM DIALOGUE
(A stranger asking for directions) Stranger : I wondered if you could tell me where the post office is. Gentleman : Thats not too far from here; Stranger : Which way should I go. Sir?

Gentleman : Take the road right in front of you. (giving directions) Stranger :Yes, Sir.

Gentleman : Youll see on your left, the restaurant Anand Vihar. The
very next building is the post office Stranger : Oh, I see, thank you Sir.

Gentleman : Welcome.

DIFFICULT DIALOGUE
( Asking through phone conversation) Peter Frank Peter : This is Peter Jackson calling, is Bob in? : I'm afraid he's out at the moment. Can I take a message? : Yes, Could you ask him to call me at extension 3421. I need to talk to him about the Nuovo line, it's urgent.

Frank
Peter Frank

: Could you repeat the number please?


: Yes, its extension 3421 and this is Peter Jackson. : Thank you Mr Jackson, I'll make sure Bob gets

this message as soon as possible.


Peter Frank : Thanks, bye. : Bye.

WHAT IS NOUN??
A noun is a naming word, it is the name of a person, animal, place, thing or feeling. All names are nouns. In other words a noun is a word used to name a person, a place or thing. Nouns can be singular, one or plural more than one. Nouns have different ways of changing to the plural form.

NOUN CAN BE:

EXAMPLES OF NOUN??

EXERCISE 1
1.What is noun? ______________________________________________________ ____________________________________. 2. List ten (10) nouns in the picture below:

EXERCISE 2

EXERCISE 3
Underline the nouns in the story below:
Francis Macomber had, half an hour before, been carried to his tent from the edge of the camp in triumph on the arms and shoulders of the cook, the personal boys, the skinner and the porters. The gun-bearers had taken no part in the demonstration. When the native boys put him down at the door of his tent, he had shaken all their hands, received their congratulations, and then gone into the tent and sat on the bed until his wife came in. She did not speak to him when she came in and he left the tent at once to wash his face and hands in the portable

wash basin outside and go over to the dining tent to sit in a comfortable canvas
chair in the breeze and the shade.

EXERCISE ANSWER
Exercise 1 1. A noun is a naming word, it is the name of a person, animal, place, thing or feeling. 2. 1. Ball
2. School 3.Computer 4. students 5.Chicken 6.Bus 7. Flag 8. Children 9. Teacher 10. Shoes

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Exercise 2

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Exercise 3
Francis Macomber had, half an hour before, been carried to his tent from the edge of the camp in triumph on the arms and shoulders of the cook, the personal boys, the skinner and the porters. The gun-bearers had taken no part in the demonstration. When the native boys put him down at the door of his tent, he had shaken all their hands, received their congratulations, and then gone into the tent and sat on the bed until his wife came in. She did not speak to him when she came in and he left the tent

at once to wash his face and hands in the portable wash basin outside and
go over to the dining tent to sit in a comfortable canvas chair in the breeze and the shade.

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