Sunday, April 22, 2012

1. SURPRISE AND DISBELIEF

·     SURPRISE
Surprise is a feeling caused by something happening suddenly or unexpectedly, or Surprise is an expression that we use to show we shock about an information of someone.



Expressing Surprise
Responding
·       Wow! What a surprise!
·       That's a surprise!
·       That's very surprising!
·       Really?
·       What?
·       Are you serious? You must be joking!
·       You're kidding!
·       Fancy that!
·       I must say it surprise me.
·       I find it hard to believe.
·       Yeah!
·       It is
·       Yup!
·       Sure
·       It's true
·       I'm serious
·       No, I'm not
·       Does it?
·       It is, isn't it?


Example of dialog expressing surprise :
Yoga : Brother, our mother is coming  from London.
Yuda : Wow! What a surprise! Really?
Yoga : yeah! It is true.




·     DISBELIEF
Disbelief is an expression to refuse or be unable to believe something or somebody, or Disbelief is an expression that we use to show we can’t believe about something or a fact (we can’t accept it).



Expressing Disbelief
Responding
·         I don't believe it
·         I can’t believe it.
·         It can't be true.
·         I can't think of it.
·         I don't trust you.
·         How could it be?
·         It’s really unbelievable.
·         It is true.
·         I can’t believe, too. But, it is reality.
·         You must believe it
·         It is the fact.

Example of dialog expressing disbelief :
Hany : Luna has gone.
Rays : I don’t believe it. It’s really unbelievable.
Yoga : But, it is true. You must believe it.

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