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ARTIKEL BAHASA INGGRIS TENTANG PERMINYAKAN

Tugas Mahas Siwa  Sem I STT Migas Cilacap
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Artikel tentang Perminyakan
(Di buat dalam dua bahasa,Bahasa Inggris dan Bahasa Indonesia)
Nama :...................
NIM  : ..................
Judul Artikel : ...............................................


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SOAL FINAL TEST ELEMENTARY

CENDIKA ENGLISH COURSE
Jl.Anggrek kv 3b Cilacap
Matter code 002
 
www.educendika.blogspot.com                                                            Date :                                                                      
ELEMENTARY
FINAL TEST
I.     Answer by crossing a, b c or d!
The dialog for number 1 - 3
Anisa               : I want to …. (1) a pocket dictionary
Mahmud          : A bilingual dictionary?
Anisa               : Yes, it is
Mahmud          : Here is a new pocket dictionary. English - Indonesian and Indonesian - English
Anisa               : Well, may I have a see?
Mahmud          : Yes, please
Anisa               : I will take this dictionary. How ….(2) is it?
Mahmud          : Just fifty five thousand rupiah.
Anisa               : How about fifty thousand, I have not enough money.
Mahmud          : It is OK
Anisa               : Here is the ….(3).
Mahmud          : Would I wrap it, sir?
Anisa               : Yes, please.
Mahmud          : Here is the dictionary, sir.
Anisa               : Thank you.
Mahmud          : You're welcome.
1.      a. need       b. want                        c. buy              d. buying
2.      a. many      b. much           c. money          d. long
3.      a. many      b. much           c. money          d. long
4.      Ida             : Novi, I want to introduce Pradas to you. Nov, this is Pradas.
Novi          : How do you do?
Pradas        : ….
a. Fine                                c. I’m fine, thank you
b. How do you do?           d. How are you?
5.       Anin         : I’m Anin.
Ida            : …. I’m Ida.
a. How do you do?       c. How are you?
b. Good morning          d. What’s your name?
6.      Nisa           : Hello Zuli
Zuli            : Hi Mis……….
Zisa            : Fine, thanks. And you?
Zuli            : Very well, thanks.
a. How do you do?           c. How are you?
b. Nice to meet you           d. How is the weather?
7.      Cendika     : I’m going to sleep now.
Bob            : OK. .
a. Good n ight                   c. Bye
b. Goodbye                       d. Good evening
8.       The boys ... reading.
a. is                                    c. are
b. am                                  d. Sit
9.      There …..many books.
a. Is                                    c. are
b. Am                                d. Go
10.  Novi          : How old is Mr. Aan?
Mr.Aan       : ............twenty seven years old.
a.       I am                             c. She is
b.       He is                            d. They are

II.  Think of three more questions you would ask when getting to know somebody?
1.______________________________________________________________
a) ___________________________________
b) ___________________________________
c) ___________________________________
2.______________________________________________________________
a) ___________________________________
b) ___________________________________
c) ___________________________________
3.______________________________________________________________
a) ___________________________________
b) ___________________________________
c) ___________________________________

III.             ASKING FOR A BETTER GRADE
Instructor    : Hi _______________, how are you today?
Student         : I’m alright thanks. Do you have a moment? There’s something I’d like talk to you to you about.
Instructor    : Sure, how can I help you?
Student         : Well, I’m really unhappy about the grade that I received in your English class, and I’d like to see if it is possible to get a raise.
Instructor    : I see. Why do you think you deserve a grade raise?
Student         : I know that I didn’t do very well on my mid-term and final exam, but that’s because I get really nervous. I think that I’m a better English speaker than my exam score indicates.
Instructor      :  Yes, I can tell your English is better today than it was during the exam, but unfortunately there is nothing I can do. Other students get nervous as well, so it would be unfair to them to grant you a grade raise, but not them. I hope you understand.

                               a)      Make 10 question and answer based on the text above!
                               b)      Change to text/story

IV.             Makes a dialog between English teacher and student about their plan go to camping
V.  Change to Indonesia
Education is an important thing for develop ourself. Education is the tool for progress someone to be success. If we want to be success person. We have to looking for a knowledge as much as possible.  Therefore, we as adult must adjust ourself with the surrounding environment, and norms, values, customs, and ethics in the society. Adolescence is a period of transition between childhood to adulthood.

At the time of development, teens start demand to be given the opportunity put his own opinion, like tell of his feelings. Then, teens also can rebelious because he feels that he is not a kid anymore. Usually, teenagers have much admired, but his attitude is not always negative. Teens are also interested in peer groups, seeking attention in the environment, the emotions that an overabundance and physical growth changes rapidly

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KURSUS BAHASA INGGRIS CILACAP


 INGIN LANCAR BERBAHASA INGGRIS?
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Cendika Course membuka kelas khusus bhs Inggris untuk keperluan tertentu;
- English for School
- English for Office
- English for Nursery
- English for Midwifery
- English for Flight Attendant
- English for Fishing
- English for Lawyer
- English for Economic
Spesial Kelas Persiapan TOEFL,TOEIC,EILT
Office:
CENDIKA ENGLISH COURSE
Jl.Anggrek kv 3b Sidakaya Cilacap Selatan
(0282)5392599
Telp/sms: 085869443497,WA:081328723151

Silahkan kunjungi youtube kami:
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rgo4eSf1yIg




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Cara memperkenalkan diri sendiri menggunakan bahasa Inggris


Dalam mengungkapkan ekspresi untuk memperkenalkan diri kita dengan menggunakan bahasa Inggris, hal itu pastilah ada banyak sekali variasi yang berbeda-beda dalam penerapannya. Dari setiap variasi yang tersedia itu, tentu saja memiliki fungsi dan juga peran yang berbeda, tergantung dari situasi dan kondisi seperti apa kita melakukan percakapan.

Ini adalah salah satu contoh cara mempernalkan diri sendiri untuk siswa SMP, silahkan klik link berikut ini: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jlh-swPwbM0


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BIMBINGAN BELAJAR CENDIKA CILACAP

BIMBINGAN BELAJAR CENDIKA
TK, SD, SMP,S SMA, SMK & UMUM
WA:081328723151

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiwJ1Nt1Z9Y

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MATERI UAS STT MIGAS - History of Fire Fighting and Prevention

History of Fire Fighting and Prevention

            More than two thousand years ago, Roman emperor Augustus organized2 a group of watchmen whose job was mainly to look out for fires and sound an alarm in the event of one. For many centuries that followed, fire equipment was limited to buckets of water that got passed from person to person. The ax3 was later found to be a useful tool both for removing fuel in large fires and for opening holes to allow smoke and flames to escape from burning buildings. Watchmen also learned to create firebreaks with long hooked poles and ropes in order to pull down structures that provided fuel for a fire. In 1066, in order to reduce the risk of fire in thatched-roof houses, King William the Conqueror made a ruling: Citizens had to extinguish their cooking fires at night. His term couvre-feu, meaning “cover fire,” is the origin of the modern day term curfew, which no longer carries a literal translation.
            The event that had the largest influence in the history of fire fighting was the Great Fire of London in 1666. The devastating blaze originated at the King’s Bakery near the London Bridge. At the onset, Lord Mayor Bludworth showed little concern for the fire, assuming it would extinguish itself before he could
organize a group of men to attend to it. However, the summer of 1666 had been uncharacteristically hot and dry, and the wooden houses nearby caught fire quickly. Within a short time* the wind had carried the fire across the city, burning down over 300 houses in its path. Although the procedure of pulling down buildings to prevent a fire from spreading was standard in Britain, the mayor grew concerned over the cost it would involve to rebuild the city and ordered that the surrounding structures be left intact. By the time the king ordered the destruction of buildings in the fire’s path, the fire was too large to control. It was not until the Duke of York ordered the Paper House to be destroyed in order to create a crucial firebreak that the London fire finally began to lose its fuel.
            When it became clear that four-fifths of the city had been destroyed by the fire, drastic measures were taken in London to create a system of organized fire prevention. At the hands of architects such as Christopher Wren, most of London was rebuilt using stone and brick, materials that were far less flammable than wood and straw. Because of the long history of fires in London, those who could
afford to build new homes and businesses began to seek insurance for their properties. As insurance became a profitable business, companies soon realized1 the monetary benefits of hiring men to extinguish fires. In the early years of insurance companies, all insured properties were marked with an insurance company’s name or logo. If a fire broke out and a building did not contain the insurance mark, the fire brigades were called away and the building was left to burn.
            The British insurance companies were largely responsible for employing people to develop new technology for extinguishing fires. The first fire engines were simple tubs on wheels that were pulled to the location of the fire, with water being supplied by a bucket brigade. Eventually, a hand pump was designed to push the water out of the tub into a hose with a nozzle. The pump allowed for a steady stream of water to shoot through a hose directly at the fire source. Before long, companies began to utilize water pipes made from hollowed tree trunks that were built under the roadway. By digging down into the road, firemen could insert a hole into the tree-trunk pipe and access the water to feed into the pump.
            Fire fighting became a competitive business, as companies fought to be the first to arrive at a scene to access the water pipes. After a series of fires destroyed parts of London, fire-fighting companies were forced to reconsider their intentions. By the eighteenth century, fire brigades began to join forces, and in 1833 the Sun Insurance Company along with ten other London companies created the London Fire Engine Establishment. In 1865, the government became involved, bringing standards to both fire prevention and fire fighting and establishing London’s Metropolitan Fire Brigade. Though the firemen were well paid, they were constantly on duty and thus obliged to call their fire station home for both themselves and their families.                               
        New technology for fighting fires continued to develop in both Europe and the New World. Leather hoses with couplings that joined the lengths together were hand-sewn in the Netherlands and used until the latel800s, when rubber hoses became available. The technology for steam engine fire trucks was available in Britain and America in 1829, but most brigades were hesitant to use them until the 1850s. It was the public that eventually forced the brigades into putting the more efficient equipment to use. In the early 1900s, when the internal-combustion engine was developed, the trucks became motorized. This was a timely advancement in fire-fighting history, as World War I put added pressure on brigades throughout the world.

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ENGLISH GRAMMAR JPG



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KATA-KATA MOTIVASI BELAJAR

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KURSUS BAHASA INGGRIS Rp.300.000

Nikmtii promo cendika selama bulan Romadhon, ENGLISH RAMADAHAN hanya Rp.300.000 bisa berbahasa Inggris dpat sertifikat, modul, doorprize dll, peserta terbatas hanya 20 orang, buruan daftara dari sekarang!

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LOWONGAN PEKERJAAN GURU/TENTOR SMP&SMA CILACAP

DIBUTUHKAN SEGERA
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Guru/tentor Bhs Indo&Bhs Inggis
Syarat: D3/S1/S2
Lmran dkrim ke:
Bimbel Cendika Cilacap
Jl.Anggrek kv 3b Cilacap


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