Kamis, 26 Juni 2014

Last Exercise


1.         Lies
2.         Sit
3.         Laid
4.         Rose
5.         Raise
6.         Lay
7.         Laying
8.         Raised
9.         Rises
10.       Set


1.         D. But too interesting
2.         A. He should take
3.         C. Know
4.         B. Speaks
5.         C. Because of
6.         B. Fine
7.         A. In spite
8.         B. To make
9.         A. Rising
10.       C. Off limits
11.       A. Read
12.       A. Knew how
13.       C. Despite of
14.       B. Studies
15.       B. Practices
16.       A. Studied
17.       A. Set
18.       B. He
19.       D. As well
20.       B. Us enter
21.       A. Know how
22.       A. Have been informed
23.       C. Advertise
24.       D. As well
25.       A. Work
26.       A. To rewrite
27.       A. Be divided
28.       C. Were destroying
29.       B. As well as
30.       A. Raised
31.       A. Of whom
32.       A. Although
33.       A. Ha repealed
34.       B. Who
35.       A. In spite
36.       A. That
37.       A. Told Mr Anderson that
38.       A. Sat
39.       A. Which
40.       A. Despite of
41.       A. Has cancelled
42.       A. Had searched
43.       A. Discovered
44.       A. Lay
45.       D. To rewrite
46.       A. Stated he
47.       B. Be injured
48.       A. That
49.       B. To rise
50.       D. Able fnding

I. Correct these incorrect sentences.

1.         I wish that you could repair my broken computer.
2.         Lintang would rather eat orange than apple.
3.         Brenda prefers to go to Berlin than go to Paris.
4.         She wishes that she was coming to the party.
5.         This car costs twenty dollars.
6.         Angel is supposed to study tonight.
7.         It may have rained last night.
8.         Depoks climate is different with Bekasis.
9.         These are twenty-dollar shoes.
10.       Olovia should have finished her study.
11.       His car runs as fast as a race car.
12.       Edwin had beteer become a pilot.
13.       The little boys mother bought him a five-speed racing bicycle for his birthday.
14.       Edwin had such enjoyable vacation in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough money.

II. Supply the correct form of the verb, adjective of the following sentences.

1.         Could understood
2.         Will accept
3.         Study
4.         Soon
5.         Writes
6.         Would have talked
7.         Would have founded
8.         Bad
9.         Well
10.       Will give
11.       Would have call
12.       Fluent
13.       Sick
14.       Had explained
15.       Staying
16.       Fast
17.       More important
18.       As hot

III. Change these Active sentences to Passive sentences.

1.         A bowl of bakso is being eaten by me.
2.         The broken computers have been repaired by us.
3.         I was given a new dress by her last week.
4.         English is being studied by them.
5.         I am sent a lot of letters every month by her.
6.         The questions are answered correctly by Brenda.
7.         Mr. theodorus will be called by Mr. Robert tonight.

8.         Your HP should be switched off in the train.

Senin, 09 Juni 2014

How To Make a Good Governance

Governance is the use of economic powers, political and administration to manage the affairs of the state at all levels. Governance covers the entire mechanism, processes and institutions in which citizens and groups to express their interests, using the legal rights, obligations and bridging the differences between them.

Another definition says governance is a resource management mechanism that involves economic and social influence of the state sector and non-governmental sectors in a collective effort. This definition assumes a lot of actors are involved where there is no dominant that determine the motion of the other actors. The first message of the terminology governance denied a formal understanding of the workings of state institutions. Governance recognizes that there are many people in the decision-making center that works on different levels.

Furthermore, it is mentioned that in the context of development, the definition of governance is the management mechanism of economic and social resources for development purposes, so that good governance, therefore, is a mechanism for the management of economic and social resources are substantial and its application to support the stable development of the main requirements efficient) and the (relatively) evenly.

In my opinion to make good governance is through community participation, rule of law, transparency, responsiveness, orientation agreements, equity, effectiveness and efficiency, accountability. Given these elements, I think good governance will be realized in Indonesia.

Bahasa Inggris Bisnis 2 Pertemuan Ketiga


  1. Somebody calls the president everyday.
(The president is call everyday)

  1. John is calling the other members.
(The other members are being call by John)

  1. Martha was delivering the documents to the department.
(The documents were delivered by Martha to the department)

  1. The other members have repealed the amendment.
(The amandement has been repealed by the other members)

  1. The delegates had received the information before the recess.
(The information had been received by delegates before recess)

  1. The teacher should buy the supllies for this class.
(The supllies should be bought by the teacher for this class)

  1. Somebody will call Mr. Watson tonight.
(Mr. Watson will be called tonight)

  1. The fire has caused considerable damage.
(A considerable damage has been caused by the fire)

  1. The company was developing a new procedure before the bankruptcy hearings began.
(A new procedure was developed by the company before the bankruptcy hearings began)

10.  John will have received the papers by tomorrow.
(The papers will be received by John tomorrow)


1.   The teacher made Juan ... (leave) the room. (leave)
2.   Toshiko had her car … (repair) by a mechanic. (repaired)
3.   Ellen got Marvin … (type) her paper. (to type)
4.   I made Jane … (call) her friend on the telephone. (call)
5.   We got our house …  (paint) last week. (painted)
6.   Dr. Byrd is having the students … (write) a composition. (write)
7.   The policemen made the suspect … (lie) on the ground. (lie)
8.   Mark got his transcripts … (send) to the university. (to send)
9.   Maria is getting her hair … (cut) tomorrow. (cut)
10. We will have to get the Dean … (sign) this form. (sign)
11. The teacher let At … (leave) the calassroom. (leave)
12. Maria got Ed … (wash) the pipettes. (to wash)
13. She always has her car … (fix) by the same mechanic. (fixed)
14. Gene got his book … (publish) by a subsidy publisher. (published)
15. We have to help Janet … (find) her keys. (to find)


1.      The last record (the record was produced by this company) became a gold record.
(The last record produced by this company became a gold record)

  1. Checking accounts (the checking accounts require a minimum balance) are very common now.
( Checking accounts which require a minimum balance are very common now)

  1. The professor (you spoke to the professor yesterday) is not here today.
 (The professor you spoke to yesterday is not here today)

  1. John (John’s grades are the highest in the school) has received a scholarship.
(John, who’s grades are the highest in the school has received a scholarship)

  1. Felipe bought a camera. The camera has three lenses.
(Felipe bought a camera which has three lenses)

  1. Frank is the man. We are going to nominate Frank for the office of treasurer.
(Frank is the man we are going nominate for the office of treasure)

  1. The doctor is with a patient. The patient’s leg was broken in an accident.
 (The doctor is with a patient whose leg was broken in an accident)

  1. Jane is the woman. Jane is going to China next year.
(Jane is the woman, who is going to China next year)

  1. Janet wants a typewriter. The typewriter self-corrects.
(Janet wants a typewriter that self-corrects)

  1. This book (I found the book last week) contains some useful information.
(The book I found last week contains some useful information)

  1. Mr. Bryant (Mr. Bryant’s team has lost the game) looks very sad.
(Mr. Bryant whose team has lost the game looks very sad)

  1. James wrote an article. The article indicated that he disliked the president.
(James wrote an article, indicated that he disliked the president)

  1. The director of the program (the director graduated from Harvard University) is planning to-retire next year.
(The director of the program that who graduated from Harvard University is planning to-retire next year)

  1. This is the book. I have been looking for this book all year.
(This is the book, I have been looking for all year)

15.   (William’s brother is a lawyer) wants to become a judge.

(William, whose brother is a lawyer wants to become a judge)


1. George is the man who was chosen to represent the committee at the convention. (who was)
2. All of the money that was accepted has already been released. (that are)
3. The papers that are on the table belong to Patricia. (who was)
4. The man who was brought to the police station confessed to the crime. (who is)
5. The girl who is drinking coffee is Mary Allen. (who is)
6. John’s wife, who is a professor, has written several papers on this subject. (who is)
7. The man who is talking to the policeman is my uncle. (who is)
8. The book that is on the top shelf is the one that I need. (that is)
9. The number of students who have been counted is quited high. (who have been)
10. Leo Evans, who is a doctor, eats in this restaurant every day. (who is)


1. The teacher demanded that the student left the room. (leave)
2. It was urgent that he called her immediately. (call)
3. It was very important that we delay discussion. (correct)
4. She intends to move that the committee suspends discussion on this issue. (suspend)
5. The king decreed that the new laws took effect th following month. (take)
6. I propose that you should stop this rally. (correct)
7. I advise you take the preferequisites before registering for this course. (I advise that you take the preferequisites before registering for this course)
8. His father prefers that he attends a different university. (attend)
9. The faculty stipulated that the rule be abolished. (correct)
10. She urged that we found another alternative. (find)


1. Julia speaks … Spanish but also French. (not)
2. She bought the yellow sweater … the beige skirt. (as well as)
3. They have houses … in the country and in the city. (both)
4. He is not only industrious … ingenious. (but also)
5. Her children have American cousins … Spanish ones. (as well as)
6. Their European tour includes … Germany and Austria but also Switzerland. (not only)
7. He bandaged the arm both tightly … quickly. (and)
8. Clark not only practices law … teaches it. (but also)
9. Tom Tryon is a playwright … an actor. (as well as)
10. The bride’s bouquet included roses … orchids. (as well as)


1. The fourth graders … to multiply. (know how)
2. How many people here … to ski? (know how)
3. We … about Mary’s engagement to James. (know)
4. The chemistry students … the formula for salt. (know)
5. Although he has been driving for fifteen years, he doesn’t … to change a tire properly. (know how)
6. Leon … that his friends would react to his proposition. (knows)
7. Nobody … to get to the turnpike yesterday. (knows)
8. The owner of the store was away, but she … about the robbery. (knows)
9. We … to type before we entered the university. (know how)
10. He doesn’t … to dance, but he tries.(know how)


  1. Despite her dislike for coffee, she drank it to keep herself warm. (although)
(Although she dislike coffee, she drank it to keep herself warm)

  1. Mary will take a plane, even though she dislikes flying. (in spite of)
(Mary will take a plane, in spite of her dislikes flying)

  1. In spite of Marcy’s sadness at losing the contest, she managed to smile. (although)
(Although Marcy’s sadness for losing the contest, she managed to smile)

  1. We took many pictures though the sky was cloudy. (despite)
(We took many pictures despite the cloudy sky)

  1. Despite her poor memory, the old woman told interesting stories to the children. (even though)
(Even thought she had memory, the old woman told interesting stories to the children)

  1. Though he has been absent frequently, he has managed to pass the test. (in spite of)
(In spite of his frequent absence, he has managed to pass the test)

  1. Nancy told me the secret, despite having promised not to do so. (though)
(Nancy told me the secret though she had promised not to do so)

  1. We plan to buy a ticket for the drawing although we know we will not win a prize.(even though)
(We plan to buy a ticket for the drawing even though will not win a prize)

  1. In spite of the high prices, my daughters insist on going to the movies every Saturday.  (even though)
(Even though the prices are high, my daughters insist on going to the movies every Saturday )

  1. He ate the chocolate cake even though he is on a diet. (in spite of)

(His ate the chocolate cake in spite of on a diet)

Selasa, 29 April 2014

Mini test 2 for Grammar

1. B. Ghosts stories
2. C. His
3. D. Guest speaker
4. D. On it on our
5. A. The
6. C. Enough hot
7. A. The Andersons
8. A. Such enjoyable
9. C. Supplies enough
10. A. So interesting
11. A. Would have studied
12. A. Depositing
13. A. Was
14. D. This past week
15. B. Having crossed
16. B. Spending
17. A. Living
18. C. Louder
19. D. Friend Joel
20. A. to be fishing
21. A. must have called
22. A. would occur
23. D. uncontrollable
24. D. in the
25. D. will
26. C. ought send
27. A. such difficult
28. C. because
29. C. on all
30. C. having
31. A. badly
32. D. permits
33. B. has
34. D. another helping
35. D.twenty-year-old
36. D. more sadder than
37. B. Than
38. D. for a short
39. A. the same
40. B. never would meet
41. C. speak
42. C. are
43. B. dense-packed
44. A. the more
45. D. their
46. D. they musr return
47. C. who
48. A. than
49. B. the more inferior
50. B. soon discovered

Exercise 31-34

Exercise 31 :Nouns Functioning as Adjectives
1.       Sam’s new apartment is in a twelve-story building.
2.       We are language teachers.
3.       My parents saw a three-act play last night.
4.       The manager said that it would be a two-day sale.
5.       Hal bought a seventy nine tool set.
6.       Margie has a five-shelve bookcase.
7.       I need two sixties-ounce cans of tomatoes.
8.       I’m looking for a six-quart pressure cooker.
9.       He is a specialist at building brick houses.

10.   Mrs. Jansen just bought her daughter a ten speed bicycle.

Exercise 32 :Enough
1.       There were not enough people to have a meeting.
2.       Allen has learned French enough to study in France next year.
3.       Do you have enough time to talkshow?
4.       She drove fast enough to win the race.
5.       Mike will graduate from law school soon enough to join his father’s  firm.
6.       We arrived early enough to have some coffee before class began.
7.       It has rained hard enough to flood the low-lying areas.
8.       You should type slowly enough that you will not make an error.
9.       He has just enough flour to bake that loaf of bread.
10.   There are enough books for each student to have one.

Exercise 33 :Because / Because Of
1.       It was difficult to deliver the letter because the sender had written the wrong address on the envelope.
2.       We decided to leave early because the party was boring.
3.       Rescue attempts were temporarily halted because of the bad weather.
4.       They visited their friends often because they enjoyed their company.
5.       Paul cannot go to the football game because his grade.
6.       Marcella was awarded a scholarship because her superior scholastic ability.
7.       Nobody ventured outdoors because of the hurricane warnings.
8.       We plan to spend our vacation in the mountains because the air is purer there.
9.       We have to drive around the bay because the bridge was destroyed in the storm.
10.   The chickens have died because of the intense heat.

Exercise 34 :So / Such
1.       The sun shone so brightly that Maria had to put on her sunglasses
2.       Dean was such a powerful swimmer that he always won the race.
3.       There were so few students registered that the class was cancelled.
4.       We had such wonderful memories of that place that we decided to return.
5.       We had so good a time at the party that we hated to leave.
6.       The benefit was so great a success that the promoters decided to repeat it.
7.       It was such a nice day that we decided to go to the beach.
8.       Jane looked so sick that the nurse told her to go home.
9.       Those were such difficult assignments that we spent two weeks finishing them.
10.   Ray called at such an early hour that we weren’t awake yet.
11.   The book looked so interesting that he decided to read it.
12.   He worked so carefully that it took him a long time to complete the project.
13.   We stayed in the sun for such a long time that we became sunburned.
14.   There were so many people on the bus that we decided to walk.
15.   The program was so entertaining that nobody wanted to miss it.

Kamis, 20 Maret 2014

Exercise 26 - 30

Exercise 26: Adjective and Adverbs

Circle the correct form in parentheses.
1.       Rita plays violin good. 
2.       That is an intensely novel. 
3.    The sun is shining bright
4.       The girls speak fluently French. 
5.       The boys speak Spanish fluently. 
6.       The table has a smooth surface.
7.      We must figure our income tax returns accurately. 
8.      We don’t like to drink bitterly tea. 
9.       The plane will arrive soon.
10.  He had an accident because he was driving too fast.

Exercise 27: Linking (Compulative) verbs

Circle the correct form in parentheses.
1.       Your cold sounds terrible.
2.       The pianist plays very well.
3.       The food in the restaurant always tastes good.
4.       The campers remained calm despite the thunderstorm.
5.       They became sick after eating the contaminated food.
6.       Professor Calandra looked quickly at the students sketches.
7.      Paco was working diligent on the project.
8.       Paul protested vehement about the new proposals.
9.       Our neighborsappreadrelaxed after their vacation.
10.  The music sounded too noisy to be classical.

Exercise 28: Comparisons

Supply the correct form of the adjectives and adverbs in parentheses. Let asand thanbe your clues. Add any other words that may be necessary.

1.       John and his friends left as soon as the professor had finished his lecture.
2.       His job is more important than his friends.
3.       He plays the guitar as well as Andres Segovia.
4.       A new house is much more expensive than an older one.
5.       Last week wasas hot as this week.
6.       Martha is more talented than her cousin.
7.       Bill’s descriptions are more colorful than his wife’s. 
8.       Nobody is more happythan Maria Elena. 
9.      The boys felt worse bad than the girls about losing the game. 
10.       A greyhound runs more fastthan a Chihuahua. 

Exercise29: Comparisons

Supply than, as, or from in each of the following sentences.

1.       The Empire State Building  is taller than the Statue of Liberty.
2.       California is farther from New York than Pennsylvania.
3.       His assignments is different from mine.
4.       Louie reads more quickly than his sisters.
5.       No animal is so big from King Kong.
6.       That report is less impressive than the government’s.
7.       Sam wears the same shirt as his teammates.
8.       Dave paints much more realistically than his professor.
9.       The twins have less money at the end of the month than they have at the beginning.
10.   Her sports car is different from Nancy’s.

Exercise 30: Comparisons

Select the correct form in parentheses in the following sentences.
1.       Of the four dresses, I like the red one best.
2.       Phil is happier person that we know.
3.       Pat’s car is faster than Dan’s.
4.       This is the creamiest ice cream I have had in a long time.
5.       This poster is more colorful than the one in the ball.
6.       Does fred feel better today than he did yesterday.
7.       This vegetable soup tastes very good.
8.     While trying to balance the baskets on her head, the woman walked more awkwardly than her daughter.
9.       Jane is the less athletic of all the women.
10.   My cat is the prettiest of the two.