Sunday, June 17, 2012

Expressions Related to Accusation, Blame, Confession, Apology, & Promise

1. Material Mapping For SMA (Class XII):

Competence Standard
Basic Competence

Mendengarkan:


1. Memahami makna dalam teks percakapan transaksional dan interpersonal resmi dan berlanjut dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari.
1.2. Merespon makna dalam percakapan transaksional (to get things done) dan interpersonal (bersosialisasi) resmi dan berlanjut (sustained) secara akurat, lancar, dan berterima yang menggunakan ragam bahasa lisan dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan melibatkan tindak tutur: mengakui kesalahan, berjanji, menyalahkan, menuduh, mengungkapkan keingintahuan dan hasrat, dan menyatakan berbagai sikap

Berbicara:


3. Mengungkapkan makna dalam teks percakapan transaksional dan interpersonal resmi dan berlanjut (sustained) dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari.
3.2. Mengungkapkan makna dalam percakapan transaksional (to get things done) dan interpersonal (bersosialisasi) resmi dan berlanjut (sustained) dengan menggunakan ragam bahasa lisan secara akurat, lancar dan berterima dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan melibatkan tindak tutur: mengakui kesalahan, berjanji, menyalahkan, menuduh, mengungkapkan keingintahuan dan hasrat, dan menyatakan berbagai sikap

2. Material Mapping For SMK:

Competence Standard
Basic Competence
1. Berkomunikasi dengan Bahasa Inggris setara Level Novice (Communicate in English in novice level) 1.4. Menghasilkan tuturan sederhana yang cukup untuk fungsi-fungsi dasar (Producing simple sentences to convey basic language functions).

3. Key word: Mengakui kesalahan (confessing), berjanji (promising), menyalahkan (blaming), menuduh (accusing), mengungkapkan keingintahuan dan hasrat (expressing curiosity & desire).


4. Material:

Blaming/Accusing, Denying an Accusation, Confessing, Apologizing, Forgiving/Accepting an Apology, Asking for and Making a Promise

Blaming/Accusing
Denying an Accusation
  • It was your fault.
  • I told you but you just wouldn’t listen.
  • It’s all because of you!
  • It serves you right.
  • Perhaps that’ll teach you a lesson.
  • You should (not) have done that.
  • You’re the one to blame.
  • I think you’re the only person who could have done it.
  • It’s not my fault/ mistake.
  • Are you accusing me?
  • Don’t blame me.
  • Don’t point your fingers at me.
  • I’m afraid that wasn’t true.
  • It wasn’t me.
  • It’s not true.
  • I’m not guilty / I’m clean.
  • I’m not to blame.

Confessing/Making an Apology
Forgiving/Accepting an Apology
  • I must admit that I’ve been wrong so far.
  • It was my (own) fault.
  • I have made a mistake.
  • I was the one to blame.
  • You’re right and I was wrong.
  • The blame’s on me.
  • I honestly regret for having done such bad thing.
  • I must apologize for what I’ve done.
  • Please forgive me for what I've done.
  • It’s good you admitted that.
  • It’s no use crying over spilt milk.
  • Apology accepted.
  • Your apology is accepted.
  • You’re forgiven.
  • Let’s forgive and forget.
  • I forgive you.
  • Let bygones be bygones.
  • You have my apology.
  • Never mind. Forget it.

Asking for a Promise
Making a Promise
  • Promise me that you will come to the party.
  • Will you promise to be on time next time?
  • Make me a promise, will you?
  • Is that a promise?
  • I want you to promise that you’ll never leave me.
  • Will you give me your word on that?
  • Can you / Will you promise me?
  • Can I trust you?
  • I’ll take your words.
  • I promise I’ll make it to the party.
  • I promise not to be late again.
  • I promise you that I’ll never forget you
  • It’s a promise.
  • You have my word.
  • I give you my word.
  • I swear that I will never leave you.
  • Take my words (for it).
  • I promise you my love and my life.

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2 comments:

  1. Founding by coincidence but lovely to read it out. Though I'm not a teacher but I thought so nice whether sharing it with my ganks. I do feel curious while asking to pupils what's your lesson - they inform me, narrative, but can't describe it. Something wrong with the technique in class? Wish any article to explain it. We have a conversation with junior high school, but none words exploit from them. They just look at my face with surprised expression. I'm not really good at grammar but familiar working with expatriates and happily sharing with kids. We push them up to speak out, no matter how bad they have, but it make feeling confidence accordingly. Just greets from the jungle of Borneo.

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    1. Greeting back from Indonesia, My Friend. I wish you good luck with your English and thanks a lot for visiting. :)

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