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1.2.2. Exercise 2 1. unhappy 2. since

3. advertisement 4. application 5. to

1.2.3.1. Exercise 3L - F

1.2.4.1. Exercise 4

1. She said he had been to the employment agency. 2. He said his father was a farmer.

3. Maria said she would be a secretary 4. John said he had to get a good job. 5. Tom said he made an appointment. 6. She said he would be interviewed. 7. She said she was public servant. 8. James said he can be the boss.

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1.2.4.2. Exercise 5L - F

1.3.1. Exercise 6 1. Mary Green 2. A clerk typist 3. Far an interview 4. 10 o’clock

5. down town ………. (see the dialogue)

1.3.2. Exercise 7L - F

1.4.1. Exercise 8 1. T 1.4.2. Exercise 9

1. Seeker 2. Counselor 3. Typist 4. Permanent

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1.4.3. Exercise 10 To meet him

I could find the job opening Will you apply for

The fringe benefit and the insurance 1.5.1. Exercise 12

I : did – work

A : have – advert – chances I : education

A : computer I : available

A : soon – possible

1.5.2. Exercise 13 (cek dengan tutor )

1.5.3. Exercise 14 (A).L - F

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B. B : Is the job for a clerk typist advertised in the paper still open B : Could you tell me about the qualification for the job? A : You have to know how to type and to operate computer B : Is it full time or part time job?

A : It is full time job

B : How could I apply for the job?

A : Please come and get an application and make an appointment for an interview.

1.5.4. Exercise 16L - F

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4. T 1.6.2. Exercise 18

1. find out 2. got 3. is 4. called

5. have you been working

1.6.3. Exercise 19L - F

2.2.1. Exercise 20L - F

2.2.2. Exercise 21L - F

2.3.1. Exercise 22

1. Yes, I have / no, I haven’t

2. A check is cek uang (surat berharga) 3. a) It is safer b) it is easy to carry 4. In the bank

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6. Identity card

7. ATM = Automatic Teller Machine 8. I.D. card

9. Yes, I have / No, I haven’t 10. Yes, I have / No, I haven’t

2.4.1. Exercise 23L - F

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Clerk : can I help you?

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1. Tidak disediakan jawaban 2. to deposit money

to save money to cash money to ask for money to ask for information

3. a) Would you like to tell me about a loan?

b) What is the interest rate if I deposit Rp. 80.000.000,-?

c) I would like to deposit some money. May I have the deposit slip? d) What is my balance?

e) I’d like to withdraw some money

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I.1. I need pieces of paper, some envelopes, stamps. 2. Short message service

3. Yes, I do / no I don’t 4. Yes I have / no I haven’t

5. Certainly. Go on until you come to the cross road, turn left, it is in the corner of the street.

I.1. pelayanan pos sangat baik disini

2. Kami tidak perlu pergi ke GPO, ada cabang kantor pos didekat sini 3. Tukang pos datang dua kali

4. Untuk surat tercatat, Anda harus ke kaunter 10.

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