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3 contoh percakapan bahasa Inggris dengan tema korupsi


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Berikut adalah contoh dialog percakapan bahasa Inggris dua orang dengan tema korupsi.

Dialog 1

  • A: “Hey, have you seen the latest news?” (Hai, apakah kau sudah melihat berita terakhir?)
  • B: “Not really. I haven’t got the time to check the news lately. What has happened?” (Belum. Saya belum memiliki waktu melihat berita akhir-akhir ini. Apa yang telah terjadi?)
  • A: “There was another politician who got caught in a corruption case. I heard that he corrupted almost 15 million dollars!” (Ada politisi lain lagi yang tertangkap dalam kasus korupsi. Saya dengar bahwa ia mengkorupsi hampir 15 juta dolar!)
  • B: “Oh my God. That’s horrible. How could someone do that while knowing there’s still children living in poverty in this country?” (Ya ampun. Itu mengerikan. Bagaimana bisa seseorang melakukan itu sambil mengetahui bahwa masih ada anak kecil di negara ini yang hidup miskin?)
  • A: “I agree one hundred percent. All of these corruptor  deserves a lifetime in jail.” (Saya setuju sepenuhnya. Semua koruptor ini pantas dipenjara seumur hidup)
  • B: “That’s right! I could never imagine doing such a thing myself.” (Itu benar! Saya tidak bisa membayangkan diri sendiri melakukan hal seperti itu)

Dialog 2

  • A: “Hey, James! May I ask you something? This will sound a bit out of topic though.” (Hai, James ! Boleh saya bertanya sesuatu? Ini akan terdengar sedikit di luar topik tapi)
  • B: “Sure, what is it?” (Tentu. Ada apa?)
  • A: “Well I was riding my motorcycle yesterday on my way to work. Around halfway there, a policeman stopped me and told me to get off my bike and show me my license. So I did, right. And he said that I’ve broke the law because I did not turn on my head lamp and that I should pay a one hundred thousand fine.” (Saya kemarin mengendarai motor dalam perjalanan ke kantor. Sekitar setengah perjalanan, seorang polisi memberhentikan saya dan meminta saya turun dari motor dan memperlihatkan SIM saya. Jadi saya melakukannya kan. Lalu dia mengatakan bahwa saya telah melanggar hukum karena saya tidak menyalakan lampu depan motor dan bahwa saya harus membayar denda 100 ribu)
  • B: “What?! That is a lot of money. Did you give it to him?” (Apa?! Itu jumlah uang yang banyak. Apa kau memberikannya ?)
  • A: “Well I honestly don’t know whether there’s a law like that or not. So I just paid him there and then. Was that actually an extortion?” (Ya sejujurnya saya tidak tahu apakah memang ada hukum seperti itu atau tidak. Jadi saya bayar saja dia saat itu juga. Apakah itu sebenarnya pemerasan?)
  • B: “There is no such thing as paying a fine on the street. You just got extorted by a corrupt police, man.” (Tidak ada yang namanya membayar denda di jalanan. Anda baru saja diperas oleh polisi korup)
  • A: “Oh damn. I guess we really can’t trust the police anymore now.” (Sial. Sepertinya kita tidak bisa mempercayai polisi lagi sekarang)
  • B: “Well there’s still some nice and helpful police around. But just be careful next time.” (Ya, masih ada beberapa polisi yang baik dan membantu. Namun berhati-hati lah lain kali)
  • A: “Okay, noted. Thank you!” (Baiklah, dicatat. Terima kasih!)
  • B: “No problem.” (Tidak masalah)

Dialog 3

  • A: “Hey, Bunga! How is the weather at Indonesia right now?” (Hai, Bunga ! Bagaimana cuaca di Indonesia saat ini?)
  • B: “Hey, Albert! It’s really nice! The situation here is not so nice though.” (Hai, Albert ! Sangat bagus! Namun situasi di sini tidak terlalu bagus)
  • A: “How so?” (Kenapa begitu?)
  • B: “The news has been really bad lately. There’s a rampage of corruption cases lately.” (Akhir-akhir ini berita sangat tidak baik. Ada banyak kasus korupsi akhir-akhir ini)
  • A: “Oh wow that sounds bad. Were the corruptors at least catched?” (Wah itu terdengar buruk. Apakah para koruptornya setidak sudah ditangkap?)
  • B: “Not all, some are still in pursue. And those are only the ones that we know. Is the corruption at your country this bad too?” (Tidak semuanya, beberapa masih dikejar. Dan itu baru yang sudah diketahui. Apakah korupsi di negara Anda seburuk ini juga?)
  • A: “Fortunately, no. And usually when someone got caught of corrupting money in the government, they would get shamed so bad and sentenced to a 30-40 years in jail.” (Untungnya tidak. Dan biasanya ketika seseorang tertangkap mengkorupsi uang di pemerintahan, mereka akan dipermalukan begitu parah dan dijatuhi hukuman 30-40 tahun di penjara)
  • B: “If only it is like that in my country too.” (Jika saja negara saya seperti itu juga)







Latihan soal conversations

Man: Hi Ira, congratulations on your promotion. It’s nice to know that you’ll be the new branch manager of this Bank. When are you going to Samarinda?
Woman: Reyhan, what a good friend you are. Thank you very much for your support and supposed to go to Samarinda before November 15 this year.
Man: Good luck then.
Why did the man congratulate the woman?
Woman: What do you think of my appearance. Do I look okay?
Man: Well, yes but it will be more elegant if you wear a long black dress.
Woman: Alright.
What is the dialogue about?
Man: Excuse me, is this seat taken?
Woman: No, please sit down.
Man: By the way, what is the announcement about?
Woman: Flight ticket 505 to Denpasar is delayed.
What does the man ask the woman when he sees her?
Man: Oh my god, this traffic is making me crazy.
Woman: Absolutely! I think there must be an accident.
Man: I think so too. It’s almost seven o’clock. We’ll be late for school.
Woman: We’d better tell our teacher that we’re coming late, because of the traffic. We hope and pray that traffic will be fine soon and we will not miss the first lesson.
Man: Okay, let’s call her.
What is the best solution they have?
Man: I have been working since seven in the morning and now I’m exhausted.
Woman: Why don’t you take rest for a while?
How does the man feel?
Man: Why you so sad?
Woman: My pet is lost, she has been missing for a whole day.
Man: You mean your kitty.
Woman: Yes.
What makes the woman sad?
Man: Nana wait! I have good news for you.
Woman: What about?
Man: Now, I’m not just an employee but I’m a manager.
Woman: That’s great! I’m happy to hear that you’ve succeeded in your career.
Man: Thank you, wish me luck.
What does the woman express?
Woman: What’s wrong mike? You look terrible.
Man: I have a terrible cough. I couldn’t sleep last night.
Woman: You should stop smoking. I’m sure, you’ll feel better soon.
Man: Maybe you’re right, this must be because of smoking.
What are they talking about?
Man: You look very happy. Is it good news?
Woman: Yeah… Guess what? I passed the SNMPTN.
Man: Oh really? That’s awesome! What faculty?
Woman: Medical faculty of Indonesian University.
Man: Wow! Marvelous. You’re going to study to become a doctor. You’ve deserve it, because you’ve been working hard.
Why was the woman look happy?
Man: Where should we take a vacation to this year? Let’s decide soon.
Woman: Well, I’d like to go somewhere warm. How about the beach or we could rent a cabin by the lake.
Man: I think going to the lake must be better.
Woman: Ok dear.
What have they decided?