Vocabulary ExerciseS and Writing

Vocabulary ExerciseS
Use the words you have listed in section B to
make sentences. You may use more than one word in a


Grammar Review

Task 1:
Look at the excerpt from the text below. Study the sentences
by paying attention to the words in the bold-typed expressions.

Santi : So, what about you, Bayu? Do you have any plans?
Bayu : Definitely! My dad and I are going to go fishing. We plan
to go fishing in a lake near my uncle’s house. Would you
like to come with us?
Santi : I don’t really like fishing. I would rather stay at home
than go fishing. What about you, Riri? What would you
like to do on the long weekend?
Riri : I have made a plan with my mother about what to do
on this long weekend. We are going to practice baking
Bayu : Are you going to bake choco chips cookies like the last
Riri : Well, yes. That is my favourite. But we will also try to
make ginger cookies.
Riri : Oh, would you like to join me to learn baking cookies?
You can come to my house.
Bayu : It’s a good idea! Or will you go fishing with me and my
Santi : Uhm, not fishing I guess. But I think I would like to
bake cookies with Riri. Thanks for asking me to join you

Task 2:
Read again the dialogue above. Identify the bold-typed
expressions and fill in the table below with the question and
statement forms of the expressions.

Task 1:
Make up a short dialogue for the following situations.
1. You plan to do the Biology project at the library after school.
You ask your best friend to do it together with you.

Task 2:
Act out one of the dialog for the class.
Task 3:
1. First, imagine that you are a candidate for head of the student’s
2. You are preparing a campaign for your promotion to be head of
the student’s organization.
3. Make an outline of the plan that you will do if you are selected as
president or head of student’s organization.
For example: If I am selected as the head of the student’s
organization, I will support sport competition in our school. We
are going to have more regular practice of sports like soccer and
badminton so that we can win in competitions. I would also like to
…. etc.
4. Present your speech in front of the class.

Write a paragraph about your holiday plan. Use I
would like to …, I will …. I am going to…..and would
rather …. in your paragraph. You can use the questions
to guide you:
Holiday plan
– Where would you like to go on holiday? Would you like to
go somewhere interesting or stay at home?
– What are you going to do during holiday? Do you have any
special interest

At the end of this chapter, ask yourself the
following questions to know how effective your learning
process is.
1. Are you able to identify the forms and uses of I
would like to, I will, I am going to and would rather?
2. Can you make statements or questions using I
would like to, I will, I am going to and would rather?
If you answer ‘no’ to one of those questions, see your
teacher and discuss with him/her on how to make you able
to express your intention in spoken and written forms.

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