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05/08/2013

Frequently Confusing Vocabulary

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1. Classic or classical? “Classic” means being among the best or most typical of its class, serving as a standard or model as in “The novel is a classic example of 18th century literature.” Whereas classical deals with music such as the music of Mozart or Beethoven…..as in “I am sure that classical music will stimulate children’s brain to grow”. 2. Day by day" or "day after day"? “Day by day...

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Ditulis oleh : Yusup Priyasudiarja   Telah dibaca : 7524
05/08/2013

The Best Way to Learn English is Going to an English Speaking Country?

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Think twice. Most people think that living in an English speaking country like the US and Britain is the best way to learn English. They believe that living in the US or Britain will help them speak fluent and correct English simply because of an easy access to native speakers to converse with and opportunity to perfect listening skill and build advanced vocabulary. In fact, most immigrants in those countries don’t speak English very well, even after living there for quite...

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Ditulis oleh : Aris Wijaya Murti   Telah dibaca : 7074
05/08/2013

Good Friends are Good Energy

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Life without friends is similar to having a meal without side dish. We are sometimes a bit confused to choose what to eat but we sometimes take it for granted to choose friends. Food influences our body and friends’ attitudes can influence our mind. We spend hours picking out clothes, months picking out a car, and maybe years to find a house. Yet, how much effort and thought do we put into choosing our friends, the people who will affect, influence, inspire and change our lives? Our...

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Ditulis oleh : Anis Anandi   Telah dibaca : 23346
05/08/2013

How to Teach Reading More Interestingly

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Teaching Reading in conversational English classes for students (in a country in which English is used as a foreign language) is challenging. The students can read very well (silently) for comprehension but, what is the best way to develop them into fluent speakers? Derek Kelly found interesting activities by combining silent reading skills with listening and speaking activities, greater progress in developing oral fluency could be achieved.  We need to use the skills they already possess...

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Ditulis oleh : Anis Anandi   Telah dibaca : 7081
05/08/2013

On the Way or In the Way?

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Which is correct:  ‘On the way’ or ‘in the way’? Well, both are correct. Yet, they are used in a different way. Take a look at the following sentences: •    We are having dinner in a restaurant on the way to Jakarta. •    There has been a car accident on my way to Bandung. •    All of us are excited. Spring is on the way! •    Excuse...

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Ditulis oleh : Erni Dhukun   Telah dibaca : 6530
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