Vocabulary Part Of Body and Shapes

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Advertisements have so many benefits in our daily life. We may know the new products such as handphone, motorcycle, car, ice cream, and many more.

Advertisement in definition ..
·
Advertisement is information for persuading and motivating people so that it will attracts them to the services and the things that offered or informed
· Advertisement includes
– The name of the product or service
– How that product or service could benefit the consumer

· Function of Advertisement are:
– Promotion (to introduce the new product)
– Communication (to tell about the product)
– Information (to inform about the product)

· In making the advertisement, we must keep the following points:
1. Language of advertisement
– Using the correct or suitable words
– Using interesting and suggestive expression
– Text of advertisement should be directed to the goals
2. Content of advertisement
– Objective and honest
– Brief and clear
– Not allude any group or other product

· Advertising media include
– Wall paintings
– Billboards
– Street furniture components
– Printed flyers
– Television, radio
– Pamphlet
– Etc.

· The kinds of advertisement
– Advocacy
– Comparative
– Direct mail
– Informational
– Institutional
– Outdoor
– Cooperative

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Gaining Attention

Gaining attention is a way or expression that is spoken so that other people will pay their attention to what we want to.

The example expression of gaining attention :
Attention, please
May i have your attention, please ?
Excuse me, look here !
Listening to me, please
Waiter?
I’m sorry,but ……
Wow really

PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

 

Present perfect tense is a verb form that is used to express the experience of the past, changes in the information, activity or situation that has started in the past and have not finished now, and the events that just happened.

FORMULA PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

positive (+) S + aux. verb(have/has) + V-3/past participle
negative (-) S + aux. verb(have/has) + not + V-3/past participle
introgative (?) aux. verb(have/has) + S + V-3/past participle

Note :

.)Have used for I, you, they, we, while has to he, she, it, and the third person singular.
.)Verb-3 used the Transitive and intransitive.
.)Changes in Verb-3 refers to the regular and irregular rules.

Funtion

>Present perfect tense to express the experience of the past no matter when exactly happened.

>Present perfect tense to reflect changes or new information.

>Present perfect tense to disclose any activity or situation that started in the past and then continued to the present or unfinished (state).

>Present perfect tense to discuss the events that had just happened.

GIVING INSTRUCTION

Giving instruction is an expression that is used in order that order that other person does what we instruct or request, or giving imperative to other people for to do or not to do something, Giving instruction sometimes called comperative/prohibition.

NOTE:
The tense used in giving instruction is “SIMPLE PRESENT”

1.use verb as commanding word in the form of infinitive without to :
Examples:
>Sweep the floor.
>Clean the whiteboard.

2.use Be + Adjective or noun or adverb :
Examples:
>Be careful!
>Be quite!

3.use the word Don’t + infinitive verb :
>Don’t noise!
>Don’t do it!

4.To make the instruction be politer, we can used please that put in front of sentences or back.
~ Please, wake up. / Wake up, please.
~ Please, be quite. / Be quite, please.
~ Please, do your homework. / Do your homework. Please.

PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE

DEFINITION OF PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE

Past continuous tense is a verb form that is used to express actions that occur during a particular moment in the past. Action can occur singly, repeatedly, or interrupted by another action.

FORMULA PAST CONTIONOUOS TENSE

positive (+) S + be(was/were) + V1-ing/present participle
negative (-) S + be(was/were) + not + V1-ing/present participle 
introgative (?)    be(was/were) + S + V1-ing/present participle

Note:

.)was for a singular subject (I, she, he, it, and the third person) and were for the plural subject (you, they, we, the third person plural).
.)change the verb refers to the rules of progressive and non-progressive verb.
.)verb used is Transitive and intransitive.
.)be used an auxiliary verb.

Simple Past Tense

Simple Past Tense

Simple past tense is used for describing acts that have already been concluded and whose exact time of occurrence is known. Furthermore, simple past tense is used for retelling successive events.

 

formula :

+} S+Be+Was/Were+O/C
-} S+Be+Was/Were+not+O/C
?} Be+Was/Were+ S+O/C+?

Example :
+} We were at library yesterday
-} We were not at library yesterday
?} were we at library yesterday ?
For I, He, She, It = Was
They, we, you = were

Example :
(+) I saw a good film last night
(+) He came here last month
(-) I saw not a good film last night
(-) He came not last month
(?) Saw I a good film last night
(?) Came He here last month
* Verbal Sentence
Formula :
(+) S + V2 + O + Time signal.
(-) S + did + not + V2 + O + Time signal.
(?) did + S + V1 + O + Time signal?

Example :
(+) I ate cake yesterday
(-) I did not eat cake yesterday
(?) did I eat cake yesterday?

Time signal :
- Yesterday : kemarin
- Last…… :……yang lalu
- Last night : kemarin malam
- Last week : minggu yang lalu
- ………ago : yang lalu
- Three days ago : tiga hari yang lalu
- Two years ago : dua hari yang lau

Example:
My Mother gave me a gift last week.

* Nominal sentence

(+) S + was/were + complement.          was : I, he, she, it
(-) S + was/were + not + complement.   were : you, they, we
(?) was/were + S + complement?

Example :
(+) I was in Yogyakarta last week.
(-) I was not Yogyakarta last week.
(?) was I in Yogyakarta last week?

SMADA’s BIRTHDAY 29th

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Happy Birthday SMADA my Senior High School. 28october2012. Hastala victoria simpre por smada (งˆヮˆ)ง.

Expressing Happiness

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Expressing Happiness

Expressing Happiness is an expression that is used to show that someone or people are glad have excited feelings.

>> Some expressions of happiness
* I’m happy
* I’m (very) pleased / (really) delighted.
* Fantastic!
* I’m so glad to hear that.
* Terrific !
* Great !
* Exciting !

>> Expressing Happiness : Formal
* I can’t say how pleased I am
* It’s an outstanding adventure.
* It gives me great pleasure.
* I’m really happy.
* It’s an interesting experience.
* It’s a sensational trip.

Recount Text

Recount Text

Definition of Recount Text

Recount text is a text which retells events or experiences in the past. Its purpose is either to inform or to entertain the audience. 

Generic Structure of Recount:
1. Orientation: Introducing the participants, place and time.

2. Events: Describing series of event that happened in the past.

3. Reorientation: It is optional. Stating personal comment of the writer to the story.

 

Example:

A Beautiful Day at Jogja
ditulis oleh Arsianti Dewi

Last week, my friends and I went to Jogja. We visited many places.

First, we visited Parangtritis beach. The sun shone brightly and the scenery was very beautiful there. We felt the wind blew across to us. We also saw a lot of people in that beach. There were many birds flew in the sky. Also, there were many sellers who sold many kinds of souvenirs. Second, we visited Gembira Loka Zoo. We saw many kinds of animals there such as monkeys, tigers, crocodiles, snakes, etc. We looked around in that Zoo, and also took pictures of those animals. Then, we felt hungry, so we went to a restaurant. As soon as we finished our lunch, we decided to go home.

For me, that was a beautiful day. we really enjoyed it, and I hope I could visit Jogja again. ^^

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