Sunday, 24 November 2013

LAMININE (KHASIAT TELUR)

Laminine adalah produk yang menyediakan nutrisi penting untuk tubuh dalam beberapa cara yang dinamis. Memberikan Asam Amino yang “Vital” untuk tubuh, Terdiri dari 22 Asam Amino yang di butuhkan untuk memproduksi lebih dari 60.000 protein di dalam tubuh.
Laminine Juga mengandung Faktor Pertumbuhan (Growth Factor) yang berharga, yaitu “Fibroblast Growth Factor” yang membantu otak memberikan arahan kepada tubuh untuk menyembuhkan dirinya sendiri. Karena nutrisi vital yang di butuhkan sering terganggu akibat dari cara kita memasak makanan, makanan yang di olah berlebihan. Ini penting untuk memberikan komponen-komponen lengkap ke dalam tubuh kita pada tingkat dimana tubuh kita membutuhkannya untuk menjaga kesehatan dan bahkan memberdayakan tubuh kita untuk menyembuhkan dirinya sendiri.
Laminine seperti “adaptogen”
Menguatkan yang Lemah dan Mengisi ke Kosongan di dalam Tubuh
DOSIS PROTOKOL
Tahap Pertama (2 Minggu Pertama)
  • 2 Kapsul Pagi
  • 2 Kapsul Malam
Tahap selanjutnya (Minggu Berikutnya)
  • 1 Kapsul Pagi
  • 1 Kapsul Malam
Untuk hasil maksimal, konsumsi Kapsul Laminine dilakukan 30 menit sebelum makanatau 2 jam setelah makan.

Thursday, 24 October 2013

the, a, and an

Definite article: the


The is the definite article. It is used before a noun to refer to a specific one. 

Examples:
  • Can you please hand me the green towel? (I only want the green towel.)
  • I want the cherry pie. (I want a specific pie.)
  • She wants the apple. (I want the specific apple you are holding.)
  • I like the elephants at the zoo. (I like those elephants at that zoo.)


Indefinite articles: a/an


and an are indefinite articles. They are used before nouns to refer to something in general. 

Thursday, 19 September 2013

Contractions in English

our lesson...

Contractions in English

Today, let's talk about "contractions."

contraction is a shortened form of words or phrases.
Contractions are formed by removing one or more letters from a word or words and replacing the letter or letters with an apostrophe.
Contractions allow us to form one short word from two single words.

For example:

  • that + is => that's
  • she + has => she's
  • would + not => wouldn't
  • is + not => isn't
  • we + are => we're
Some contractions have more than one meaning.

For example:

Sunday, 4 August 2013

-=| ‘‘Jangan Menunggu’’ |=-

-=| ‘‘Jangan Menunggu’’ |=-

◦ Jangan menunggu bahagia, baru tersenyum.
◦ Tapi tersenyumlah, maka kamu akan bahagia.

Jangan menunggu kaya, baru mau beramal.
◦ Tapi beramallah, maka kamu semakin kaya.

Jangan menunggu termotivasi, baru bergerak.
◦ Tapi bergeraklah, maka kamu akan termotivasi.

Jangan menunggu dipedulikan orang baru anda peduli.
◦ Tapi pedulilah dengan orang lain. Maka anda pasti akan dipedulikan.

Jangan menunggu orang memahami kamu, baru kita memahami dia.
◦ Tapi pahamilah orang itu, maka orang itu paham dengan kamu.

Jangan menunggu terinspirasi, baru menulis.
◦ Tapi menulislah, maka inspirasi akan hadir dalam tulisanmu.

Jangan menunggu proyek, baru bekerja.
◦ Tapi berkerjalah, maka proyek akan menunggumu.

Jangan menunggu dicintai, baru mencintai.
◦ Tapi belajarlah mencintai, maka anda akan dicintai.

Jangan menunggu banyak uang, baru hidup tenang.
◦ Tapi hiduplah dengan tenang, maka bukan hanya sekadar uang yang datang, tapi damai sejahtera.

Jangan menunggu contoh, baru bergerak mengikuti.
◦ Tapi bergeraklah, maka kamu akan menjadi contoh yang diikuti.

Jangan menunggu sukses, baru bersyukur.
◦ Tapi bersyukurlah, maka bertambah kesuksesanmu.

Wallahu Waliyyut Taufiq.

Semoga Kita dapat mengambil pengetahuan yang bermanfaat dan bernilai ibadah, dan semoga status ini dapat membuka pintu hati Kita yang telah lama terkunci. Aamiin.

Wabillahi Taufik Wal Hidayah.
Wassalamu‘alaik­um Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh.

Sekarang Anda mempunyai ② (dua) pilihan;
①. Membiarkan status ini berada di ‘‘HALAMAN’’ ini, dan orang lain tidak membacanya.
②. Menyebarkan ke-teman Anda yang lain dengan meng-Klik ‘‘BAGIKAN’’ agar orang lain ikut terinspirasi dan Insya Allah Anda mendapat pahala.

‘‘...Undzur ma Qaala, Wala Tandzur man Qaala...’’

◦♥◦ ‘‘ѕαĻαм мαηιѕ вυαт γαηφ вαςα’’ ◦♥◦

"PERTANYAAN MALAIKAT DIDALAM KUBUR"

Bismillahhirrahmanirrahim.

"PERTANYAAN MALAIKAT DIDALAM
KUBUR"


Tanya : Man Rabbuka? Siapa Tuhanmu?
Jawab : Allahu Rabbi. Allah Tuhanku.

Tanya : Man Nabiyyuka? Siapa Nabimu?
Jawab : Muhammadun Nabiyyi.
Muhammad
Nabiku

Tanya : Ma Dinuka? Apa agamamu?
Jawab : Al-Islamu dini. Islam agamaku

Tanya : Man Imamuka? Siapa imammu?
Jawab : Al-Qur'an Imami. Al-Qur'an
Imamku

Tanya : Aina Qiblatuka? Di mana
kiblatmu?
Jawab : Al-Ka'batu Qiblati. Ka'bah
Qiblatku

Tanya : Man Ikhwanuka? Siapa
saudaramu?
Jawab : Al-Muslimun Wal-Muslimat
Ikhwani.
Muslimin dan Muslimah saudaraku..

Jawabannya sangat sederhana bukan?
Tapi apakah sesederhana itukah kelak
kita akan menjawabnya?
Saat tubuh terbaring sendiri di perut
bumi.
Saat kegelapan menghentak ketakutan.
Saat tubuh menggigil gemetaran.
Saat tiada lagi yang mampu jadi
penolong.


Ya, tak akan pernah ada seorangpun
yang mampu menolong kita.
Selain amal kebaikan yang telah kita
perbuat
selama hidup di dunia.
Astaghfirullahal 'Adzim..
Ampunilah kami Ya Allah..
Kami hanyalah hamba-Mu yang
berlumur dosa dan maksiat..
Sangat hina diri kami ini di hadapan-Mu..
Tidak pantas rasanya kami meminta dan selalu meminta maghfirah-Mu..
Sementara kami selalu melanggar
larangan- Mu..
Ya Allah...
Izinkan kami untuk senantiasa
bersimpuh memohon maghfirah dan rahmat-Mu..
Tunjukkanlah kami jalan terang menuju
cahaya-Mu..
Tunjukkanlah kami pada jalan yang
lurus.
Agar kami tidak sesat dan tersesatkan...

Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Kisah NYATA mahasiswa Indonesia di Australia :

Suatu pagi, kami jemput Client, orang tsb sudah tua. Bapak ini seorang pengusaha asal Singapura, logat bicaranya gaya melayu & english, beliau menceritakan pengalaman hidupnya pd kami : "your country is so rich!" (Negaramu sangat kaya) Dalam hatiku : "Ah biasa banget denger kalimat itu"

Tapi tunggu, dia berkata: "Indonesia doesn't need the world, but the world needs Indonesia,". "Everything can be found here in Indonesia, you don't need the world." (Dunia yg butuh indonesia, bukan sebaliknya) Indonesia paru-paru dunia.Tebang saja hutan diKalimantan,dunia pasti kacau.

Singapura is nothing,we can't be rich without Indonesia. 500rb org Indonesia berlibur ke Singapura tiap bulan. Bisa terbayang uang yg masuk ke kami,apartemen2terbaru kami yg beli orang2 Indonesia, tdk peduli hargaselangit,laku keras. Lihatlah RSkami,isinya Indonesia semua. Trus,kalian tau bagaimana kalapnya pemerintah kami ketika asap kebakaran hutan Indonesia masuk? Sangat terasa,we are nothing! Kalian tau kan kalo kemarin dunia krisis beras.Termasuk di Singapura &Malaysia? Kalian di Indonesia dengan mudah dpt beras. Liatlah negara kalian,air bersih di mana2, liatlah negara kami,air bersih pun kami impor dari Malaysia. Saya ke Kalimantan pun dlm rangka bisnis, krn pasirnya mengandung permata. Terliat glitter kalo ada matahari bersinar. Penambang jual cuma Rp 3rb/kg ke pabrik China, si pabrik jual kembali seharga Rp 30rb/kg.

Kalian sadar tdk kalau negara2 lain selalu takut mengembargo Indonesia! Ya, karena negara kalian memiliki segalanya. Mereka takut kalau kalian manjadi mandiri, makanya tdk diembargo. Harusnya KALIANLAH YG MENG- EMBARGO DIRI KALIAN SENDIRI. Belilah pangan dr petani2 kita sendiri, belilah tekstil garmen dari pabrik2 sendiri. Tak perlu impor kalau bisa produk sendiri. Jika kalian bisa mandiri,bisa MENGEMBARGO DIRI SENDIRI, INDONESIA WILL RULE THE WORLD!! (Indonesia akan mengatur dunia)

Share biar sampe ke seluruh bangsa Indonesia!

MOHON DI KLIK BAGIKAN

ASSALAMU'ALAIKUM JANGAN DISINGKAT LAGI

ASSALAMU'ALAIKUM JANGAN DISINGKAT LAGI

1. As = orang bodoh ; keledai
2. Ass = pantat
3. Askum = celakalah kamu
4. Assamu = racun
5. Samlekum = matilah kamu
6. Salom/syalom= dari bhs Ibrani untuk sesama kristen dan ada 263 kata di dalam kitab perjanjian lama dan perjanjian baru.
7. Mikum = dari bahasa Ibrani Mari Bercinta.

Yuk kita lihat isi surat Nabi Sulaiman dalam Al-Quran :

"Innahu min Sulaimana wa innahu Bismillahirohmaanir rohiim 'ala ta'lu 'alayya wa'tunil muslimina tho'inalloha robbal 'aalamiin."

Salam pendek, salam sedang dan salam panjang telah dicontohkan oleh Nabi dan tidak merubah makna aslinya :

1. Salam pendek : "Assalamualaikum". dengan 10 kebaikan.
2. Salam sedang : "Assalamualaikum warohmatulloh".dengan 20 kebaikan.
3. Salam panjang : "Assalamu'alaikum warohmatullahi wabarokatuh". dengan kebaikan sempurna.
tolong jangan di abaikan begitu saja..

3 KUNCI KE-SUKSESAN

3 KUNCI KE-SUKSESAN**

☑ Man Jadda Wa Jadda (Siapa yang bersungguh-sungguh akan berhasil)

☑ Man Shobaro Zafiro (Siapa yang bersabar akan beruntung)

☑ Man Saro Darbi Ala Washola (Siapa yang berjalan di jalur-Nya akan sampai)

Semoga kita semua bisa
melaksanakannya..
Aamiin.. 

‘‘PERCAKAPAN UANG Rp 1.000,- & Rp 100.000,-’’

Rp 1.000 : ‘‘Enak yaa jadi kamu... Selalu berkeliaran di tempat mewah...?!?’’

Rp 100.000 : ‘‘Emang bener aku selalu ditempat mewah, tapi aku juga sering digunakan untuk kejahatan. Seperti buat menyuap, buat korupsi, buat narkoba. Sebenernya aku pengen deh sekali² kaya kamu, masuk ke dalam kotak amal, tapi sangat jarang orang yang mau memasukan aku ke kotak amal...!!!’’

Rp 1.000 : ‘‘Betul juga yaaa... Kalo aku yang paling sering dipake buat ngasih pengemis, pengamen, trus aku hampir tiap hari masuk kotak amal...!!!’’

Rp 100.000 : ‘‘Mudah²an setelah Sahabat ngebaca status ini banyak yang mau memasukan aku ke dalam kotak amal dengan niat yang ikhlas...!!!’’

Rp 1.000 : ‘‘Aamiin... Aamiin... Aamiin yaa Rabb...!!!’’
__________________________________________

Erdogan Kecam Pembantaian Militer atas Rakyat Mesir

Erdogan Kecam Pembantaian Militer atas Rakyat Mesir


Nah... ini baru kepala negara yang care! Perdana Menteri Turki, Recep Tayyip Erdogan mengecam keras penyerangan polisi Mesir atas pendukung presiden terpilih Muhammad Mursi yang dilakukan di tengah bulan suci Ramadhan. Hal itu disampaikannya dalam buka bersama dengan serikat pengusaha Turki.

“Kita melihat bahwa hati mereka sedikitpun tidak melunak, sekalipun Ramadhan. Ketika kaum Muslimin sedang mempersiapkan sahur, pembantaian (kembali) terjadi di Mesir. 200 orang jadi martir (syahid). Setelah menggangsir kehendak rakyat, mereka yang menggulingkan pemerintah kini membantai rakyat.

Rakyat Mesir sedang menunjukkan kehormatan mereka di hadapan kudeta militer selama berminggu-minggu. Mereka tidak memiliki bom molotov ataupun senjata, mereka hanya memiliki kesabaran. Mereka melarang vandalisme. Apa yang tidak terjadi di negara kita sedang terjadi di Kairo dan Alexandria.

4 HAL SEBELUM TIDUR

SEBELUM tidur, Rasulullah SAW berpesan kepada Aisyah RA :

"Ya Aisyah jangan engkau tidur sebelum melakukan empat perkara, yaitu :
1. Sebelum khatam Al Qur'an
2. Sebelum membuat para Nabi memberimu syafaat di hari akhir
3. Sebelum para muslim meridhoi kamu
4. Sebelum kau laksanakan haji dan umroh"

Bertanya Aisyah :
"Ya Rasulullah.. Bagaimana aku dapat melaksanakan empat perkara seketika?"

Rasul tersenyum dan bersabda :
1. "Jika engkau tidur bacalah :

Sunday, 21 July 2013

By or Bye?

So what's the difference between "by" and "bye"? 

By

"By" is a very common word that has many different meanings. 

Here are some common ones together with examples.

1) Near somebody or something. 

Examples:
  • I am standing by the tree.
  • She will be waiting by the bus station. 
  • The car is by the house.
2) Not later than a certain time. 

Examples:
  • I will be home by seven o'clock.
  • Mr. Jones will return by next week.
  • I'm sure you will finish your homework by dinner.
3) Used to show who did the action. 

Examples:
  • The window was broken by Joe.
  • The robber was caught by the police.
  • He was hit by a car.

Now, the word "bye" is a totally different story... 

Bye

Bye = a short informal version of the word "goodbye."
This is a word you use when you leave, or when someone else leaves. 

Examples:
  • Bye! See you soon!
  • Bye for now!
  • Bye-bye, see you next week.
"Bye" is a shortened version of "goodbye."


The word "goodbye" comes from "godbwye."
This is the short form of "God be with ye," which means "God be with you."

Ensure or Insure?

Hello,

Let's take a look at these two:

Ensure = to make sure that something happens or that something is true.
 
Examples:
  • We will ensure that you get what you paid for.
  • Can you ensure I have access to the database?
  • Please ensure that the lights are off.
  • They want to ensure this doesn't happen again.

Now, the word "insure" has a different meaning.

Insure = to buy insurance for something. Insurance is an agreement in which you pay a company money and they pay your costs if you are sick, or if you have an accident, injury, etc. 

Examples:
  • The house is insured for 100,000 dollars.
    (Meaning, you can get up to 100,000 dollars if something happens to it.)
  • The painting is insured against theft.
    (Meaning, you may be paid if it is stolen.)
  • She has insured herself against sickness.
    (Meaning, she may be paid if she becomes ill.) 

Important note:

In American English "insure" can be used with the meaning of "ensure."
For example: "I can insure you that he will not leave the house." 

Saturday, 20 July 2013

My Very Talented Friend

She is my friend, she is one of my inspiration to always have spirit and be organized person.

She is my inspiration to have a real achievement in my life.

She makes me happy to read a lot of her writings in her blog http://luizacha.blogspot.com/


This is her first book,
 http://luizacha.blogspot.com/2013/02/true-love-stories.html


cool, right?

What i like from her writing is her diction and feeling when i read them.
It feels so natural and beyond of my ordinary words.

Just prove it by reading them by yourself.

^_^

Best wishes for you Luisa Aristy.

Because of her dedication in writing, she finally get the reward.

Congratulations my dear friend...
keep writing and spirited.

Every Student or Every Students?

Hi there,

So should you say "every student" or "every students"? 

Tricky one, isn't it? :-) 

Well, the rule is the following: 

"Every" is always followed by a singular verb.

That's because we refer to every single item, and NOT to all of them combined.

So the correct phrase is "every student."

Some more examples:
- Every students in the class must do the exam.
- Every student have has a teacher.

Here are some incorrect examples:
- Every words are important.
- Every moments are new.
- Every parent are present in the meeting. 

And these are the same sentences, corrected:
- Every word is important.
- Every moment is new.
- Every parent is present in the meeting. 
 

Ad or Add?

So what's the difference between "ad" and "add"?

Ad

an ad      an ad
    

Ad = advertisement = a picture, short film, etc. that tells people about a product, service or job. 

Examples:
  • "We put an ad in the newspaper."
  • "He doesn't like to see ads on TV."
  • "This is an ad for a new English course."

Add

to add

Add = to put something together with something else --> +. 

Examples:

The Many Meanings of the Word "Run"

One of the most frequent words in English is "run", but did you know it has over 40 different meanings?
 
Well, it does. We won't go over all of them in this e-mail, but we'll definitely cover the important ones for you to know.
 
So here are the meanings and examples of the word "run" (past tense: "ran").
 
 
Meaning #1: to move very quickly.
 
Examples: 
- He ran after the bus, but it didn't help.
- The children are running up and down the stairs.
- He is too old to run.
 
 
Meaning #2: to work or operate.

How to Use Grammar?

Grammar is simply the way we combine words together so that other people can understand us.

For example: 
  • The sentence "The pretty is dress" is difficult to understand. 
  • The sentence "The dress is pretty" is clear.
  • The sentence "She is ate lunch" is difficult to understand. 
  • The sentence "She is eating lunch" is clear.
  • The sentence "John is the more old Lisa" is difficult to understand. 
  • The sentence "John is older than Lisa" is clear.
So clear communication (expressing ideas and giving information) is the real purpose of grammar, and we shouldn't forget that.

There are many rules, but what's the ultimate goal? 
The ultimate goal is understanding other people and being understood by them.

By knowing grammar very well you can get across exactly what you want to say.

Fish --> Fishes?

English plural forms tend to be pretty simple, in most cases. 
 
You usually add s/es/ies in the end of the word and your job is done.
 
Examples:
 
kid -> kids
 
box -> boxes
 
baby -> babies
 
 
However, some words change differently.

"Must Not" or "Don't Have To"?

What's the difference between "must not" and "don't have to"?


Must Not

Must not = mustn't = this is not allowed / this is against the rules.

"You mustn't drive further."

"You mustn't drive further."


Examples:
  • "You mustn't smoke in here."
  • "Kids must not drive."
  • "You must not cross the road when there is a red light."


Don't Have To

Don't have to = this is not necessary / it's okay not to do it. 

"You don't have to buy from him."

"You don't have to buy from him."


Examples:

At, In or On?

The prepositions "at," "in" and "on" can be confusing for English learners. Their meaning is so close that it is sometimes hard to tell when to use each word!

Here are some guidelines to help you decide on the correct preposition to use:

1) When you want to speak about a precise time, use "at."
Examples:
  • The movie starts at nine o'clock.
  • They arrived at 6 PM.
  • The meeting is at 4:30 this afternoon.

2) When you want to speak about long periods of time (such as months, seasons, years, etc.), use "in."
Examples:
  • I returned to Canada in 1998.

Borrow or Lend?

So what's the difference between "borrowing" a book and "lending" a book?


Borrow

"To borrow" means "to take something that belongs to someone else, and return it to them later." 

Examples:
  • "Can I borrow your car?"
  • "I need to return the book I borrowed from the library."

Present Progressive Tense for Future Activities

The following is an important thing to keep in mind when learning English verb tenses.

It is known that the present progressive tense is used for actions that are taking place now, or for actions that are temporary.

For example:
- We are having dinner at the moment.
(This happens right now.)

- He is renovating the house these days.
(This is a temporary action.)

However, the present progressive can also be used for planned future actions.

For example:
- We are celebrating tonight.
- She is starting a new job tomorrow.

So how can we distinguish between the present and the future?

Time expressions are used exactly for this purpose.

Future words, like "tomorrow," "next week," etc, indicate future actions.

Words like "now," "at this moment," "these days," etc, indicate actions in the present.

Which Word to Choose? Synonyms and Antonyms in English

English has an ability to express an idea or concept with the finest details possible.
 
This can be done using synonyms
 
synonym is a word with the same, or almost the same, meaning as another word.
 
For example, you could say, "Janet wears a blue hat and a red dress."
 
You could also say, "Janet sports a navy cloche and a burgundy gown."
 
Let's explain the second sentence:
 
"Sport" means "to wear in a proud way."
It is a synonym of "wear."
 
"Navy" means "very dark blue."
It is a synonym of "blue."

What Are Interjections and How to Use Them?

Interjections are sounds, words or phrases that express the speaker's emotion.
 
Here are some examples:

Ouch! It hurts!
Hmm... That's an interesting question.
Hey! What are you doing?
Wow, that's wonderful!
My goodness, what happened?
 
an upset man
 
What is special about interjections is that they remain unaffected by the rest of the sentence. They do not change their form. They do not have singular/plural form, different tenses etc. Also, a single interjection can be considered as an entire sentence!
 
For example:
 
Goodbye!
(That's the whole sentence...)
 
Here are some more examples:
Yes!
Sorry!
Ok.


How to use interjections

E.g. or I.e.?

So what's the difference between "e.g." and "i.e."?

These two come from Latin and they are quite common in English writing.

Here is a short explanation on what they mean and how to use them properly.


E.g.

E.g. stands for the Latin phrase "exempli gratia," which means "for example." 

Examples:

Good English Dictionaries

are you using good English dictionaries?
 
 
Dictionaries are very important tools for both English teachers and students. They make things clearer, give valuable information about vocabulary, and in many cases help teach grammar.
 
With that said, you should know how to choose your dictionaries.
 
There are some excellent English-English dictionaries, such as the Unabridged Merriam-Webster, that can make the learner run away in horror... It is simply way too big and complicated for the average learner. 
 
Actually, it can even be way too big and complicated for the average English speaker!
 
Other dictionaries can be too small. They may have too little words, and too little information for each word. So they can have little or no use.
 
The trick is to select the perfect one for you

You should ask yourself the following questions:
 
- Are the definitions clear to me? Can I easily understand them?
- Does it give enough example sentences? (These are highly helpful.)
- Does this dictionary have most of the words I am looking for?
- Can I get it together with a handy CD? How about an online version or a smartphone application? (This can actually be very useful and time saving!)
 
There are other features that make a dictionary more worthwhile, such as many illustrations, usage notes, grammar notes, and other cool extras - so you might want to look for those too.
 
Did you know many good and popular dictionaries have a free online version?
 
You can read about them, and about other recommended dictionaries in the English Dictionarysection.

Friday, 19 July 2013

Good or Well?

So what's the difference between "good" and "well"?


Good

"Good" is an adjective. This means it describes peoplethings and places, not verbs.

"She is a good student."

A good student

These sentences are correct: 
  • Sam is a good boy.
  • They live in a good house.
  • This is not a good place stay in.
These sentences are incorrect: 
  • Sam behaves good.
  • They eat good.
  • She sings really good.


Well

"Well" is usually an adverb, and it generally describes actions

"She dances well."

She dances well

These sentences are correct: 
  • Sam behaves well.
  • They eat well.
  • She sings really well.
These sentences are incorrect: 
  • Sam is a well boy.
  • They live in a well house.
  • This is not a well place live in.

Note: "Well" can be used as an adjective. In such cases, it is usually not used before the noun, and it means "healthy" or "in a good state."

"Saat muda tidak rajin, setelah tua baru menyesal"

"Saat muda tidak rajin, setelah tua baru menyesal"
Peribahasa ini ditujukan kepada anak muda yang suka bermalas-malasan tidak mau belajar, dan malas bekerja. Orangtua selalu mengatakan bahwa bila tidak rajin semasa muda, ia akan menyesal setelah tua.

Selain dalam hal belajar dan bekerja, selagi muda, kita juga harus rajin membantu orang lain dalam hal kebaikan. Agar kelak kita juga mendapatkan hal-hal yang baik pula.

Selagi muda, kita juga harus berbakti kepada orang tua kita, karena kita tidak tahu kapan ajal akan tiba. Bisa orangtua kita atau diri kita sendiri yang lebih awal meninggalkan dunia ini.

Selagi muda, kita juga harus memikirkan dan merencanakan masa depan kita. Persiapkan dari sekarang baik ilmu pengetahuannya maupun segi keuangannya.
Menabung yuk, tempat kita menabung juga bisa menentukan masa depan kita lho..

Hayo, lebih baik menabung di bank atau di _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ya?
siapa yang tahu?

ok...
 — feeling good.

How to Use Stative Verbs

Here is a quick reminder:

Dynamic = moving or changing.

Dynamic verbs are verbs that describe an action, not a state.

For example:
Take, break, eat, jump, work, find, buy, dance, fish.

Stative = having a state, or existing.

Stative verbs are verbs that describe a state, not an action.

For example:
Have, love, agree, be, want, hate, know, own, cost, sound, prefer, seem, hear.

Note that stative verbs usually describe:
Relationships between things or people (for example, "have")
Emotions or states of mind (for example, "love" and "agree") 
Appearance and senses (for example, "seem" and "hear")
Measurements (for example, "weigh")

Using stative verbs

Stative verbs are not usually used in

Monday, 15 July 2013

Dynamic Verbs vs. Stative Verbs

Firstly, what do "stative" and "dynamic" mean?

Dynamic = moving or changing.
 


Stative = having a state, or existing.

            Love is a state, and a verb


Dynamic verbs are verbs that describe an action, not a state.

For example, "They are crossing the street."


Stative verbs are verbs that describe a state, not an action.

For example, "I love the winter."

English words - where do they come from?


This time I would like to talk with you about a topic relevant to vocabulary.

That topic is English word formation processes.

As any student soon discovers, English has a very rich vocabulary. But obviously, it didn't get all of its words at once. Most of the English words were gradually developed, some adopted, some simply invented.

By understanding these processes, you can get greater understanding of the background of English.

More importantly,

Reported Speech Basic Principle

Reported speech, also called indirect speech, is a BIG subject.

There are many different points to cover.

Here's just one example:

am sorry.Tense backshift


He said he was sorry.

Gerunds or Infinitives?

Gerunds and infinitives can be a bit confusing.
 
In other words, what is a gerund? What is an infinitive? And what's the difference?
 

Here is the short version:

Gerund = a noun made from a verb. 
 
To make a gerund, you add "-ing" to the verb.

For example:

In the sent