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gradual

grad·ual
/'gr&dZuJl/
adjective
1 pelan2; terjadi secara perlahan
(lawan sudden)
a gradual change/process
perubahan/prosés yg terjadi secara perlahan
The progress is very gradual.
Kemajuan itu terjadi secara perlahan.

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Lesson of the Day

Speaking or This is she.

Meminta berbicara dengan seseorang di telepon.

1. (UK) Hello, could I speak to Catherine?
2. (US) Hello could I speak with  Catherine?

Kita dapat menjawab:
Speaking. (sedang bicara)

Atau juga dalam American English:

This is she.

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to

to²
/di depan konsonan tJ; di depan huruf hidup tu; strong form tu;/
infinitive marker
digunakan dengan bentuk dasar dari kata kerja
1 [+ to inf]
digunakan dengan kata kerja tertentu yg diikuti oléh kata kerja lainnya
We agree to wait.
Kami setuju utk menunggu. (kata2 kerja yg digunakan seperti kata kerja agree di antaranya adalah
attempt, choose, decide,  expect, dll.

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That was the last time ...

Which one is correct and WHY?

1. That was the last time I talked to her.
2.
That was the last time I've talked to her.

Answers:
Gunakan the simple past tense setelah That was the last time  ...

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This is the first time ...

Perhatikan cara menggunakan

This is the first time (that) I've visited Bali.

Do not say:

This is the first time for me to visit Bali.

Gunakan the present perfect tense setelah This is the first time ...

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ticket

Which one is correct?

1. (UK) a return (ticket) /
2. (US) a round trip ticket
tikét pulang pergi

Both are correct!

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through and through

through and through = asli

He is a Javenese through and through.
Dia asli org Jawa.

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take dengan arti duduk di atas kursi

'take' mempunyai banyak arti.
salah satunya adalah
16 [+object]
(a) duduk di atas kursi atau menggunakan kursi, dll.
take a seat
mengambil tempat duduk
▪ This seat has not been taken.
Tempat duduk ini belum  ditempati.
(b) be taken
menjadi pacar/milik org lain
She is already taken.
Dia telah menjadi pacar org lain.

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Samples of what are in the dictionary

shirt
/S3;t; US S3;rt/
noun [countable]
keméja
a cotton shirt
keméja katun
■ IDIOM
|
keep your shirt on

(informal)
digunakan utk menyuruh org utk tidak marah
Keep your shirt on! Don’t get offended!
Jangan marah! Jangan tersinggung!

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shirt
/S3;t; US S3;rt/
noun [countable]
keméja
a cotton shirt
keméja katun
▪ wear a short-/long-sleeved shirt
mengenakan pakaian lengan péndék/panjang
a shirt and a tie
keméja dan dasi
▪ My shirt was clammy with sweat.
Keméjaku léngkét oléh keringat.

→ lihat juga nightshirt, polo shirt, stuffed shirt, sweatshirt, T-shirt
■ IDIOM
|
keep your shirt on
(informal)
digunakan utk menyuruh org utk tidak marah
Keep your shirt on! Don’t get offended!
Jangan marah! Jangan tersinggung!
| put your shirt on sb/sth
(UK, informal)
mempertaruhkan seluruh uang Anda utk ssorg/sst

| the shirt off sb’s back
seluruh harta ssorg termasuk keméja yg melekat di badan


1.   He was wearing a faded cotton / polyester / silk/ linen / plaid / checked shirt.
2.   a sports / football / polo / golf shirt
3.   His long-sleeved/short-sleeved shirt is untucked.
4.   He lost his shirt in the investment.
5.   He has the habit of rolling up his shirt sleeves.
6.   He unbuttoned his shirt.
7.   She told me to tuck my shirt into my trousers.
8.   He tucked in / off his shirt.
9.   His shirt was untucked.

10. This shirt shrinks in the wash.
11  shirt collars / cuffs / sleeves / pockets / tails

12. They are all in their shirt sleeves.
13. an unironed shirt
14. He peeled off his shirt.
15. I will press out the shirt for you.
16. His shirt got hooked on a nail/thorn.
17. Iron all the creases of the shirt, please.
18. The neck of the shirt is very dirty.
19. He kept on at me to buy her a new shirt.
20. Through my shirt sleeve, I could see her.
21. a man in a clean / fresh / crisp white shirt.
22. His shirt was torn at elbow. 


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