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Rabu, 06 April 2011

postheadericon Video Prensentasi Group 1



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Kamis, 24 Februari 2011

postheadericon invitation (written)



hi guys, can you make invitation (written)?
if you can't make it ,then i give you a material about how to make invitation (written) :)

Writing an Invitation Letter
An invitation letter serves the purpose of inviting a guest to a party, an event or a celebration while conveying more information than a traditional invitations card. It serves two purposes; one, to invite the individual to the event and two, to ensure that the person receiving the letter is going to attend.

There are two tenses used within the invitation letter, the present and the future. The present tense conveys information about the event and the future tense ensures the guest is going to attend.

Here's How:
1. Names of party hosts or sponsoring organization.
2. Type of event (birthday party, business networking meeting, etc.).
3. Place.
4. Date.
5. Time.
6. RSVP date and phone number.
7. Any special dress requirements from black-tie to bathing suits.
8. Rain date (if any).
9. Be specific about who is invited, whether address only, with guest, or with spouse and children.

Tips:
1. Always send written invitations for formal events such as business gatherings, formal dinners, and special occasions like showers, weddings or events honoring someone.

2. If guests are not from your local area, include a map to location of event.

3. Send anywhere from 8 - 2 weeks in advance depending on formality of occasion. Weddings require the longest lead-time; casual dinners and brunches require the least.

4. Offerins invitation
->Would you like to come to the restaurant this evening?
->Will you join us?
->Would you care to have dinner with us tonight?
->Could you come to a party at my place tomorrow?
->I wander whether you would care to come on a picnic with us next week?

5. Accepting invitation
->Yes,I’d love very much.
->Thank you.
->Yes,with pleasure.

6. Reffusing
->If you don’t mind,i’d rather not.
->Thank you,i’m busy,may be next time.
->I have got another appointment.
->I’m sorry.
->I’ve lost to work to do.

EXAMPLE :
Invitation Verbal
Example:
We want to invite you to come to our house
Can you come to my restaurant?
Are you free tonight?

Accepting (menerima)
I like that
That sounds good
Thank you for inviting

Refusing(menolak)
I like that but I can’t
I’m very sorry for not able to come
Sorry, I’m very busy


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Senin, 14 Februari 2011

postheadericon Vocabulary Around The House


Home sweet home :)
Okay now I will explain you about definition of house and vocabulary around the house. Let's check this out :)


Definition of house :


as Nouns
  • a dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families
  • the members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments
  • the members of a religious community living together
  • the audience gathered together in a theatre or cinema
  • an official assembly having legislative powers
  • aristocratic family line
  • play in which children take the roles of father or mother or children and pretend to interact like adults
          (astrology) one of 12 equal areas into which the zodiac is divided
  • the management of a gambling house or casino
  • a social unit living together
  • a building where theatrical performances or motion-picture shows can be presented
  • a building in which something is sheltered or located

as Verbs

  • contain or cover
  • provide housing for




vocabulary around the house

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postheadericon Preposition Of Time : At,In,On


what is about preposition in english ?
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In preposition of time We use:

•at for a PRECISE TIME
•in for MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS
•on for DAYS and DATES
at in on


PRECISE TIME MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS DAYS and DATES

  • at 3 o'clock in May on Sunday
  • at 10.30am in summer on Tuesdays
  • at noon in the summer on 6 March
  • at dinnertime in 1990 on 25 Dec. 2010
  • at bedtime in the 1990s on Christmas Day
  • at sunrise in the next century on Independence Day
  • at sunset in the Ice Age on my birthday
  • at the moment in the past/future on New Year's Eve

Look at these examples:

•I have a meeting at 9am.
•The shop closes at midnight.
•Jane went home at lunchtime.
•In England, it often snows in December.
•Do you think we will go to Jupiter in the future?
•There should be a lot of progress in the next century.
•Do you work on Mondays?
•Her birthday is on 20 November.
•Where will you be on New Year's Day?

Notice the use of the preposition of time at in the following standard expressions:


Expression Example

  • at night The stars shine at night.
  • at the weekend I don't usually work at the weekend.
  • at Christmas/Easter I stay with my family at Christmas.
  • at the same time We finished the test at the same time.
  • at present He's not home at present. Try later.

Notice the use of the prepositions of time in and on in these common expressions:

  • in on
  • in the morning on Tuesday morning
  • in the mornings on Saturday mornings
  • in the afternoon(s) on Sunday afternoons
  • in the evening(s) on Monday evening

When we say last, next, every, this we do not also use at, in, on.

•I went to London last June. (not in last June)
•He's coming back next Tuesday. (not on next Tuesday)
•I go home every Easter. (not at every Easter)
•We'll call you this evening. (not in this evening)

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Sabtu, 12 Februari 2011

postheadericon MODALS



Hi guys ,WHAT ARE MODALS?
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Modals are helping words that are used to express: (1)possibility,2)ability, (3)degree of certainty, and (4) level of authority

Modals are special verbs which behave very irregularly in English. Englishpage.com has created one of the most in-depth modal tutorials in print or online. Study the modal explanations and complete the associated exercises and take another step toward English fluency.

Kinds of modals such as:

Can, could, may,might, must, ought to, shall, should, will, and would.


Modals in the past form
are used in the past time.They are could, would, should, and might.

Formula of modals is:
Modals + verb 1 + O/C.


Can be used in every tenses.
a. Could is the past tense of can
The modal auxiliary could is used

To express an ability in the past:
I could always beat you at tennis when we were kids.
To express past or future permission:
Could i bury my cat in your back yard?
To express present possibility:
We could always spend the afternoon just sitting around talking

to express possibility or ability in contingent circumstances.
If he studied harder, he could pass this course.

When could is used in the past, it means was able to.

Example:

I was able to find a parking space.

to express a reapeated action in the past
When would is used in the past, it means “used to”,
for example:

When i was younger, I would run two hours every day.

This means that i used to run two hours every day and now i don`t.
to express more polite (request)

b.Would you (please) feed the dog?

When would is used in the present, it show more polite.
For unreal condition
  • Mary would go to the Caribbean, but she doesn`t have enough money.(present)
  • Mary would have gone to the Carribbean, but she didn`t have money.(past tense)
  • Would, can is used in the past and present.

c. Might is the past tense of may.

Is used to express of granting or seeking permission.
Might, I leave class early?
To express future possibility.
She might be my advisor next semester.
To express past possibility.
Desty came late this morning, she might have missed the bus.
- Might is considerably more tentative than may


d. Should is the past tense of shall.
Most commonly used to make recommendations or give advice. It can also be used to express obligation as well as ecpectation.

Example:
When you go to Berlin, you should visit the palaces in Postdam. (recommendation)
You should focus more on your family and less on work. (advice)
i really should be in the office by 7:00 am. (obligation)
By now, they should already be in Dubai.
(expectation)

Example in dialogue:
Chika : Hy eka....Are you busy?
Eka : No, i`m not busy...What`s happen?
Chika : Oh...Good..I want you help me...
Would you help me, please?
Eka : Yes, why not...?What can I do for
you...?
Chika : Hmm...help me please...to clean my
garden now....
Eka : ??????.......No....I won`t.......Sorry.......

  Example :

Rizky : Oh...I miss grandchild...I want to meet him.

Fanny : Don`t be sad grandma, Andre might visit us on Saturday...

Rizky : Really...? Oh,i`m so happy...

Fanny : Yups, of course...

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postheadericon Direct and Indirect Speech


look at the picture :)
you know what the differences are pronounced sentence.It's so easy If you have understood what it is direct and indirect speech. Let's check this out guys :)


DIRECT SPEECH
Direct speech refers to reproducing another person’s exact words or saying exactly what someone has said (sometimes called quoted speech)

Here what a person says appears within quotation marks ("...") and should be word for word.

For example:
She said, "Today's lesson is on presentations."
or
"Today's lesson is on presentations," she said.


INDIRECT SPEECH
indirect speech reproducing the idea of another person’s words that doesn’t use question mark to enclose what the person said and it doesn’t have to be word for word. Indirect speech is sometimes called reported speech
For example:
Direct speech :"I'm going to the cinema", he said.
Indirect speech : He said he was going to the cinema.


TENSE CHANGE
• When reporting speech the tense usually changes. This is because when we use reported speech, we are usually talking about a time in the past (because obviously the person who spoke originally spoke in the past). The verbs therefore usually have to be in the past too.
• Note : the reporting verbs that are usually used to report imperative sentence are :Tell , other command , ask , warn , remind

Present simple
Past tense

direct : Vita said “ I eat fried rice”

indirect :Vita said that she ate fried rice.


Past simple


Past perfect

direct : Mother said “ I went to market yesterday”

indirect : Mother said (that) she had gone to market the day before.


Future simple


Past future

direct : Dave said “ I will buy an i-pod next week’

indirect : Dave said (that) he would buy an i-pod the week after


Present continuous


Past continuous

direct : Gama said “ I’m playing football”

indirect : Gama said he was playing football


Past continuous


Past perfect continuous

direct : She said “ I was teaching earlier”

indirect : She said she had been teaching earlier


when we want to report what someone said , wedon’t usually repeat their exact words , we use our words , we can use reporting words
such as tell say as follow by “that clause”

example :
my mother said that she got up at 4 o’clock
In time expression and pronouns


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postheadericon Passive voice


Okay guys,we've delivered a message from someone else or we say something and other people who deliver longer something that we convey to people lain.We and others in conveying it must use the passive voice so we must know how to make passive voice :)

Passive voice is used when the focus is on the action. It is not important or not known, however, who or what is performing the action.

In the passive sentence, the object of an active verb becomes the subject of the passive verb.
Only transitive verbs are used in the passive. Intransitive verbs such as happen, sleep, come and seem cannot be used in the passive.

When rewriting active sentences in passive voice, note the following:
  • the object of the active sentence becomes the subject of the passive sentence
  • the finite form of the verb is changed (to be + past participle)
  • the subject of the active sentence becomes by Agent in the passive sentence (or is dropped)
  • Only active sentence containing object which can be changed into passive form
  • The two forms should have the same tenses

AGENT (OR BY AGENT)

IN A PASSIVE CLAUSE, WE USUALLY USE A PHRASE BEGINNING WITH BY IF WE WANT TO MENTION THE AGENT - THE PERSON OR THING THAT DOES THE ACTION, OR THAT CAUSES WHAT HAPPENS.
EXAMPLES:
MY MOTHER MAKES THE SANDWICH EVERY MORNING.

SUBJECT VERB1+S/ES O C (ADV. OF TIME)

THE SANDWICH IS MADE BY MY MOTHER EVERY MORNING.


SUBJECT O BE+V3 AGENT C (ADV. OF TIME)



WHAT ABOUT OTHER TENSES?

PRESENT CONTINUOUS : [ S + TO BE + BEING +V3 (PAST PARTICIPLE)
PRESENT PERFECT: [ S + HAS/HAVE + BEEN + V3 (PAST PARTICIPLE)

Here are the examples:

  1. A young boy is catching a butterfly.
  2. A butterfly is being caught by a young boy.
  • Yano has returned the book to the library.
  • The book has been returned to the library by Yano.

Next,
If you want to change an active sentence which has two objects into its passive forms, there are two ways:
  1. Make its indirect object into the subject of the passive sentence.
  2. Make its direct object into the subject of the passive sentence
 FOR INSTANCE:

John is giving his girl-friend a bunch of flower.
indirect object direct object

Passive: The indirect object as the subject
John’s girl-friend is being given a bunch of flower
or
Passive: The direct object as the subject
A bunch of flower is being given to John’s girl-friend

Hey, how about the negative and interrogative?
Take a look at the followings:

People don’t use bikes anymore
Bikes are not used anymore
Did the students play the cards in the class yesterday?
Were the cards played in the class yesterday?

SOME EXAMPLES (SIMPLE PRESENT, PAST AND FUTURE) FOR YOU…

 Some students open the book silently during the examination (active)
 The books are opened silently by some students during the examination. (passive)

 Ku Klux Klan killed many innocent people.
 Many innocent people were killed by Ku Klux Klan

 Sting will perform the 2nd world tour in Indonesia
 The 2nd world tour will be performed by Sting in Indonesia

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Jumat, 11 Februari 2011

postheadericon Offering


Hi guys,you know offer and you ever do it.So you must know about Offering and let's check out :)

Definition of Offering :

1. The act of making an offer.
2. Something, such as stock, that is offered.
3. A presentation made to a deity as an act of religious worship or sacrifice; an oblation.
4. A contribution or gift, especially one made at a religious service.


Offering to older people:
  • Would you like a cup of coffee, Mr. Green?
  • Should I get you a bottle of water?
  • Could I offer you a glass of lemonade, Mrs. Lina?
  • Would you care for some salad ?
Offering to friends:
  • Want some?
  • Have some.
  • Chocolate?
  • Glass of lemonade?
  • Grab some for yourself.
  • Would you like to have a pancake?
  • Why don’t you have some lemonade?
  • What can I get for you?
  • What will you have?

Accepting an offer:
  • Thank you
  • Yes, please
  • I’d like it very much
  • Thank you, I would
  • That would be very nice

Declining an offer:
  • No, thanks.
  • No, I really won’t. Thank you.
  • Not for me, thanks.
  • No, thanks. I’m not hungry.


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