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General English for non-English students

RUANG LINGKUP MATERI


A. Word level:
1. Words

B. Sentence level (simple,


compound, complex):

A.
Content
words:

1. Self introduction (written


and spoken)

1.
Verbs
:
R
eg
ul
ar
ve
rb
s

2. Tenses
a) Past tense
b) Present tense
c) Future tense
3. Active-passive
4. Degree of comparison
a) Positive / neutral
b) Comparative

- Irregular verbs:

c) Superlative

1. Full verbs

5. Types of question

2. Nominal
verbs
(tobe, auxiliary)
2. Noun
- Countable noun
- Uncountable
noun
3. Adjective
4. Adverb
B. Functional words ex.
Conjunction, preposition,
determiner, pronoun, etc.

a) Yes / no question
b) Wh -question
6. Direct-indirect speech
7. Conditional sentences
a) Type 1
b) Type 2
c) Type 3
8. Gerund-to
infinitive
9. Affixes and
derivation

C. Modals

10. Relative
clause

D. Countable-uncountable noun

11. Causative

(some, any, a lot of, much,


many)
2. Letters:
Alphabet (consonant,
vowel/vocal, diphthong) and

Speaking
General English for non-English students

English Basic
Skills

Writing

Regular Verbs

Reading
Reading

rregular
M
Listening

n a
i
n
o
w

Verbs
ICountable

Uncountable
Nouns

d
o
r

General
English

Ad of Time/place

Adjective

Adv. of manner

d
Adverbs

Words

Phrases

Pronoun-concord
Functional words
Conjunction
n
Pronoun-

Phrases

C
Vocabulary

(Auxiliary)
Prepositio
Article/determiner

(Modals)
(Tobe)
English
Component

Grammar
& Structure

(Auxiliar
Article/de
Future
Present
Past

Tenses

Sentence component

Sentence Form

Pronunciation

Statement(decl-neg)

Interrogative

Wh-q

Imperative
Direct-indirect
Active-passive

Tag

Conditional-

Spelling
Stress
Intonation

Yes/no

Comparison
Relative clause
Gerund-to
Causative
Raising
Sustain
(dFoaslelinngFIPUNY)

General English for non-English students

1. Alphabet and Words


A. Alphabet and number (consonant, vowel/vocal, diphthong) and number
(spelling pronunciation)
1. Consonant sounds:
Symbols

Key words

Phonetic writing

/p/

Part

/ pa: t /

/b/

bed

/ bd /

/t/

tell

/ t /

/d/

dark

/ da:k /

/k/

cat

/ kt /

/g/

gap

/ gp /

/f/

ferry

/ frI /

/v/

very

/ vrI /

/ /

thigh

/ aI /

/ /
/s/
/z/
/ /
/ /
/h/
/ t /
/ d /
/m/
/n/
/ /
/ /

the
sea
zoo
shoe
rouge
head
chain
jane
man
name
sing

/ /
/ si: /
/ zu: /
/ u: /
/ ru: /
/ hd /
/ teIn /
/ deIn /
/ mn /
/ neIm /
/ sI /
/ p /

/r/

lap

/ rd /

/w/

red

/ wt /

/y/

wet

/ ys /

yes

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2. Vowel sounds
Symbols

Key words

Phonetic writing

/ i: /

see

/ si: /

/I/

sit

/ sIt /

//

set

/ st /

//

sat

/ st /

//

ahead

/ hd /

/ : /

bird

/ b: d /

/ a: /

father

/ fa: /

//

love

/ V /

/ /
/ : /
/U/
/ : /

hot
naughty
pull
food

/ hot /
/ no:tI /
/ pU/
/ fu: d /

3. Diphthong sounds:
Symbols

Key words

Phonetic writing

/ eI /

day

/ deI /

/ oU /

so

/ soU /

/ aI /

high

/ haI /

/ aU /

cow

/ kaU /

/ oI /

boy

/ boI /

/ I /

here

/ hI /

/ /

there

/ /

/ U /

your

/ yU /

/ o /

yours

/ yos /

General English for non-English students

4. Number:
Symbols / words

Symbols / words

Symbols / words

1 / one /

11 / eleven /

1st / first /

2 / two /

12 / twelve /

2nd / second /

3 / three /

13 / thirteen /

3rd / third /

4 / four /

14 / fourteen /

4th / forth /

5 / five /

15 /fifteen /

5th / fifth /

6 / six /

16 /sixteen /

7 / seven /

20 / twenty /

8 / eight /

21 /twenty one /

9 / nine /

30 /thirty /

10 / ten /

100 / one hundred /


1000 / one thousand /
1jt / one million /
1m / one billion /

B. Content words:
1. Verbs:
a- Regular verbs ( ----+ed)
Infinitive/to inv. Verb 1 (+s/es)

Verb 2

Verb 3

V-ing

Walk

Walks

Walked

Walked

Walking

Love

Loves

Loved

Loved

Loving

Study

Studies

Studied

Studied

Studying

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b- Irregular verbs:
1. Full verbs
Infinitive/to inv. Verb 1 (+s/es)

Verb 2

Verb 3

V-ing

Go

Goes

Went

Gone

Going

Write

Writes

Wrote

Written

Writing

Sing

Sings

Sang

Sung

Singing

Bring

Brings

Brought

Brought

Brought

Read

Read

Read

Read

Read

Cut

Cut

Cut

Cut

Cut

Put

Put

Put

Put

Put

2. Nominal verbs: (tobe, auxiliary)


Infinitive/to inv

Verb 1 (+s/es) Verb 2

Verb 3

V-ing

to be

am, is

was

been

being

aux-do

do/does

did

done

doing

aux-have

has/have

had

had

having

auxmodals/

can/will/

could/would/ could/would/ -

shall/may

should/might should/might -

have/has to

had to

had to

must

must

must

operator
verb

2. Noun:
Class

symbol

- Countable noun
- Uncountable noun

examples
Chair, girl, house, student

Water, ink, milk, hair, salt, sugar,


sand, ice, fruit, beef, spaghetti,
butter, jam, ham, beer, wine, tea,
coffee, lemonade, honey, bread,
coal, petrol, gas, oil, etc.

General English for non-English students

3. Adjectives :
Class

symbol

Adjective

Adv/Av

Examples
Beautiful, easy, good, high, big,
clean, smart, rich

4. Adverbs :
Class

symbol

Examples

Adverb:
- Adverb of time

Now, tonight, morning, yesterday

- Adverb of manner

Adv/Av

Slowly, clearly, fast, frankly,


hurriedly, beautifully, completely,etc

- Adverb of place

There, here

C. Functional words ex. Conjunction, preposition, determiner, pronoun, etc.)


Class

Symbol Examples

- Determiner

The, a, an, this, that, some, any, all, many

- Pronoun

Pn

They, we, I, you, he, she, it, them, us, me, his,
her, someone

- Preposition

On, in, at, of, to, from, for, before, under, by

- Conjunction

Cj

And, or, but, if, when, because, so, etc.

- Interjection

Ij

Oh, ah, hey, ugh, ooh, etc.

- Enumerator

One, two, first, second, etc.

General English for non-English students

2. Apllying words on sentences of self introduction


SELF INTRODUCTION
1

Greetings

Addresses

Opening

4
5

Name

Origin

Place and date of birth

Address

Marital status

10

Educational status

11

Nationality

12

Occupation/profession

13
14
15
16
17
18
19

Hobby
Interest
Telephone number
Religion
Spouse name
Name of children
Pre-closing

20

Closing

Good morning
Hallo
Hi
The honorable
Ladies and gentleman,
Everybody/everyone,..
Guys
Honorable
Distinguished guests
Dear brother and sisters
It is nice to be here
Let me introduce myself
Allow me to introduce myself
My complete name is ..
My call name is .
You can call me../ my friends usually call
me..
I come from
I am from ..
I was born in (name of month)
I was born on ( name of the day)
I live in (name of the city/place)
I live at (street number)
I am Single / married man/woman
I study .
My latest education is.
I was graduated from..
I am Indonesian
I am a teacher
I teach at..
I work at ..
My hobby is / are .
I am interested in
0274/081.
I am a moslem, Christian.
My wife/husbands name is .
My son /daughters name is
It is nice to see you
See you
Bye

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