Proper Response to Expressions of Promise and Deterrence

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Proper Response to Expressions of Promise and Deterrence – Respond to meanings and rhetorical steps in essays using various written expressions accurately, fluently and in acceptable manner within daily contexts to access information and knowledge in the forms of report, explanation and exposition texts.

  • Learners are able to respond to expressions of promise.
  • Learners are able to respond to expressions of deterrence.

Learn about it!

Do you still remember the expressions of promise and the expressions of deterrence? Before continuing to our new lesson, let us remember our previous lesson about expressions of promise and deterrence.

Expressions of Deterrence

Expressions of deterrence are expressions of giving advice to someone for not doing something. The following are expressions of deterrence:

  • I would not recommend ….
  • I would not advise ….
  • I do not / I don’t think you ought to ….
  • I do not / I don’t think you should ….
  • If I were in your position, I would not ….
  • I would not do that if I were you.
  • If I were you I would not ….
  • The way I see it, you should not / you should ….

The following are the example how you can use expression of deterrence:

  • I would not recommend you to come too late.
  • If I were in your position, I would not sign the contract.
  • I do not think you should come to his party, he did not invite you.

Expressions of Giving Promise

Expressions of giving promise are expression used when someone make promise to others. The following are the example of expressions of giving promise:

  • I promise I will pick you up on time.
  • I promise you that I will wake up earlier than yesterday.
  • I promise to serve dinner for us tonight.
  • I will call you tomorrow morning. It is a promise.
  • I will never cheat again. I give you my words on that.
  • I swear that I will not be noisy.
  • I will not eat junk food anymore, you have my word on it.
  • I assure you that I will return in next week.
  • Don’t worry, I will come tonight.

Now let’s learn to our new focus. We are going to learn about how you can respond the expressions of giving promise and deterrence.

Responding the expressions of deterrence.

Pay attention to the following dialogue:

Alin : I am going to face final exam next week, but Lily invited me to go camping on Sunday. I am confused. I really want to join the camping. If I go camping, though, I cannot learn for the final exam.
Vina : If I were in your position, I won’t accept the invitation. Final exam is much more important than going camping. You can go camping next time.
Alin : Yea. I agree with you. I will follow your advice. Thank you, Vina.
Vina : You are welcome, Alin.

Pay attention to the underlined sentence “I agree with you. I will follow your advice”, you can use that expression as a response of someone’s expressions of deterrence.

Responding the expressions of giving promise.

Pay attention to the following dialogue:

Ray : Diana, I am sorry I forgot to bring your math book today.
Diana : Actually, I want to learn it tonight, Ray.
Ray : Yes, I am really sorry. I promise you that I will come to your house this afternoon to return your math book.
Diana : Okay, I will wait for you this afternoon.

Pay attention to the underlined sentence “Okay, I will wait for you this afternoon”, you can use that expression as a response of someone’s expressions of giving promise.

The following are the expressions used to respond someone’s promise.

  • Thank you.
  • I believe in you.
  • Let me be convinced.
  • Okay.
  • Just let the time answer it.
  • I hope you can keep your promise.
  • I will wait for you.

Keypoints

  • No matter what the suggestions that people give to you, when you are asking for their advice, show respect by expressing gratitude first. It doesn’t matter whether you agree or disagree with the suggestions and deterrence they say. It is your right to decide what is best for you.
  • When people give their promises to you, it is important for you to confirm it back. It means that you do pay serious attention to it.

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