Contoh Latihan Soal Greeting and Leave Taking

Contoh Latihan Soal Greeting and Leave Taking

Pada kesempatan kali ini admin ingin posting soal drill latihan untuk materi Chapter I Good Morning, How are you? atau greeting and leave taking. Berikut soalnya yang penulis adapatasi dari Students's worksheet Kelas VII Semester I Kurikulum 2013. Selamat berlatih semoga sukses selalu.


I. Fill in the blank areas with suitable greeting expressions!

1
Shidqi
: Hello Zahra

Zahra
: .........................................



2
Fatimah
: How are you, Siti?

Siti
: .........................................



3
Gabriel
: Nice to meet you

David
: ........................................



4
Tina
: How do you do?

Tania
:  .......................................



5
Alex
: Good bye

Risa
: ........................................



6
Ken
: Hi, John

Johny
: .......................................



7
Rita
: Good morning, sir

Mr. Adit
: ......................................



8
Firman
: ......................................

Fira
: See you

II. Rearrange these sentences into a good paragraph!


1
a. Good morning

b. Fine, Ma’am, thank you

c. How are you today?

d. Good morning, students


2
a. You, too

b. Good night, honey. Sweet dreams.

c. Good night, Mom and Dad

d. Thanks, dear


3
a. Think nothing of  it

b. I think I have to leave now. See you later

c. Thanks for the time to accompany me.

d. Why so hurry? Well, see you soon.


4
a. Everything is fine. No worry. Thanks and you?

b. Good afternoon, Rojak

c. Good afternoon, Ririn.

d. Yeah, all runs well, thanks, Ririn.

e. How is life, Ririn?


III. Match the expressions in column A with the correct responses in column B!


1. You greet your teacher at 1 p.m.
a. Good morning, class
2. Mom takes her little son to bed
b. Good evening, ladies and gentle men
3. A TV Presenter closes her evening’s   program
c. Good afternoon, Ma’am
4. A receptionist welcomes a guest at 10 a.m.
d. Thank you for joining us, good evening
5. A teacher greets her students
e. Good night, sweet dreams.

f. Good morning, sir.