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sock

sock¹
/sQk; US sA;k/
noun [countable]
1 kaus kaki
a pair of knee-length socks
sepasang kaus kaki setinggi lutut
2 (informal)
pukulan keras
give sb a sock in the stomach
memberikan pukulan keras pada perut ssor

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Lesson of the Day

for a living

He doesn't sing for a living.
Dia tidak menyanyi sebagai cara dia mencari nafkah.

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such as

| such as
(a) misalnya
(syn for example)
risks such as flood and fire
risiko2 seperti banjir dan kebakaran
▪ ‘There are a lot of activities to do.’ ‘Such as?’
“Banyak kegiatan2 yg utk dilakukan.” “Misalnya?”
(b) seperti
(syn like)
Activities such as these are fun.
Kegiatan2 seperti ini menyenangkan.

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Where are you from? vs Where do you come from?

Utk bertanya mengenai asal ssorg baik secara umum maupun spesifik,

Katakan:
Where are you from?
(lebih bersifat umum)
(bertanya tentang asal, kebangsaan ssorg)

atau

Where do you come from?
(lebih bersifat spesifik)
(bertanya tentang daerah geografis, kota atau alamat)

I am from Indonesia.
I come from Palembang

Jangan katakan:
Where are you come from?

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team

Kata benda team menggunakan kata kerja tunggal ataupun jamak.
▪ The team play/plays very well.
Tim itu bermain dengan baik sekali.

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countable vs uncountable noun

Kata benda dalam behasa Inggris dibagi dua bagian, yaitu kata benda yg bisa dihitung (countable noun) dan kata benda yg tidak bisa dihitung (uncountable noun)
1. countable nouns: books, bicycles, magazines, students
2. uncountable nouns: water, milk, history, pepper,kindness, Chinese, ahletics, literature, gravity, camping, money

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gone

The past participle dari go, yaitu gone dapat  digunakan sebagai adjective dengan arti: ssorg tidak ada di tempat, atau telah pergi atau sst telah hilang atau tidak ada lagi.
1. He's been gone for 30 minutes.
2. Don't be gone too long.
3. My wallet is gone.

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Singkatan nama bulan dalam bahasa Inggris

Singkatan nama bulan dalam bahasa Inggris:

1.   January - Jan
2.   February - Feb
3.   March - Mar
4.   April - Apr
5.   May
6.   June
7.   July
8.   August - Aug
9.   September - Sept
10. October - Oct
11. November - Nov
12. December - Dec

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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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