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Contoh percakapan bahasa Inggris di perpustakaan


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Berikut adalah contoh dialog / percakapan bahasa Inggris dua orang di perpustakaan:

Lasse : Good Morning Mrs. Burgundy, I need to borrowing the two books about history of the World War II – Selamat pagi ibu Burgundy, aku ingin meminjam dua buku yang menceritakan tentang perang dunia kedua.

Mr.Burgundy : Sure, can you tell me which of the issued year of the book you’re needed? – Tentu saja, bisakah kamu memberi tahu buku tahun karangan berapa yang kau butuhkan

Lasse : I need the book titled “Dwight Eisenhower and mastermind of Japan’s revival postwar era” which authored by Jack Stephens on 1978 and a book named ” Pacific War : The Truth Untold” by James Harden on the same year– Aku membutuhkan buku berjudul “Dwight Eisenhower dan otak dibalik kebangkitan Jepang pasca perang” karangan Jack Stephens tahun 1978 dan buku “Perang Pasifik : Fakta yang belum terungkap” karangan James Harden pada tahun yang sama.

Mr.Burgundy : Okay, you can get this book on the second drawer from the 13th lane of history book section. – Baiklah, kamu dapat menemukan buku ini di laci kedua di baris ke 13 di bagian buku sejarah.

Lasse : Thanks Mrs. Burgundy. I need these books to finish my essay homework from the History class– Terima kasih Ibu Burgundy. Aku membutuhkan buku ini untuk menyelesaikan PR esaiku dari kelas sejarah

Mr.Burgundy : Good Luck with your homework – Semoga beruntung dengan PR-mu







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