Cemink's Love Tales: seven ways to cope with a possessive girl

Cemink's Love Tales: seven ways to cope with a possessive girl: If in a previous post I talked about character traits or owned by possessive girl. So now I will give you surefire tips to overcome if you...
 

seven ways to cope with a possessive girl

If in a previous post I talked about character traits or owned by possessive girl. So now I will give you surefire tips to overcome if you are dating with possessive girl Okeyyy just check it out  
here are The following tips ...
  1. Learn to understand that your girlfriend is a possessive
We already know that girls tend to be very possessive love us and she will not give up single moment of your time to have fun with friends or other people. It is wise for you when the time with her. Give her everything. While teaches she that life was not just you only
  1.  If you're having trouble understanding your girlfriend
Surely that the girl possessed changed frequently changed her word. Now say like this, and a minute later she would forget. These things will make you difficult to understand the nature of your girlfriend. If you are still confused to understand the girlfriend you click on this link., the nature of possessive girl, Here described the characteristics of a possessive girl. (first post)
  1. Do not play violent.
Possessive girl belonging to a desperate girl. He would do anything for yourself, just as when you slap she. Not afraid that she felt, she would retaliate, but instead you slap. Thus when a fight. I suggest you to go, to abandon the fight. And returned a few days later. I believe the situation is a little calmer.
  1.  When you are lazy to meet with because you see it is too often.
Not quite another when we build relationships, sometimes we feel very bored because always together, when you are in this position, tell your girlfriends to be understanding. You say that she had frequently met with ... when you say like that I'm sure she would be angry. But leave her angry. The day after that you just came to apologize.
  1. When she angry and difficult to be appeased.
In this position you must have the courage to threaten her, you must have the courage to say. We continue or move on. Or in other words you must have the courage to say we broke up!. Do not worry guys. Possessive girl would not dare to accept it /. She will definitely be back soon embrace you while scavenging sniffle
  1. Give the poem every day
Possessive girl is not a girl who is too difficult to control. Many ways you can do. One of them give her poem or poems, when she wakes up or she would sleep. It is proven effective to make your girlfriends feel very happy.
  1. Learn to say goodbye.
Possessive girl is Classified as super worrying girl. So when you want to travel without taking her. Get used to saying goodbye, text her or phone her only. Although she will be angry because not being invited, at least her worrying slightly relieved.

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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING COMIC TO INCREASE STUDENTS’ VOCABULARY MASTERY


1.       General Concept of Vocabulary
Vocabulary is about words – where they come from, how they change, how they relate to each other and how we use them to view the world (Bauer: 2001:34). Vocabulary is one of language components and no language exists without words. Napa (1991: 10) states that words are signs or symbols for ideas. They are the means by which people exchange their thought.
Vocabulary contains of words which make up a language. It is clear then that vocabulary is very important in foreign language acquisition. Hornby (2000: 1506) states that vocabulary is the total number of words that make up a language, or words known to a person, or used in a particular book or subject, or list of words with their meaning, especially one which accompanies a textbook in a foreign language.
Vocabulary is the most important material in foreign language teaching for learners. Therefore, the teaching of English vocabulary has a very essential role in enabling Indonesian students to master English as their foreign language. English vocabulary mastery, in fact, has become a big problem for most Indonesian students. If one does not have sufficient number of vocabulary, he will not be able to communicate with his surroundings.
Schmitt (1997: 40) states that vocabulary is a basis of a language. It is important to be mastered first. We cannot speak well and understand written materials if we do not master vocabulary.

Schmitt (1997:41) also states that no matter how successfully the sound of the foreign language is mastered without words to express the wider range of meanings, communication in a foreign language just cannot happen in any meaningful way.
The followings are the classification of basic vocabulary as classified by Tarigan (1991: 10-11):
a.    The family term    : grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, child, etc
b.    Parts of body       : head, eye, ear, nose, hand, foot, etc.
c.    Number                : cardinal numbers (one, two, three, and etc);
ordinal numbers (first, second, third, etc)
d.   Verb                     : go, sleep, read, write, drink, eat, walk, etc.
e.    Noun                    : car, shirt, table, pencil, pilot, etc
f.     Adjective             : handsome, beautiful, ugly, good, pretty, etc.
g.    Universal things   : land, sky, moon, sun, water, etc.

 
1.       General Concept of Comic
The precise definition of comics remains a subject of debate, with som scholars insisting that their printed nature is crucial to the definition, or that they should be defined by the interdependence of image and text. Others define the medium in terms of its sequential art. McCloud (1993:42) states comics are juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence, intended to convey information and/or to produce an aesthetic response in the viewer.
Comics are an art form using a series of static images in fixed sequence. Written text is often incorporated. The two most common forms of comics are comic strips (as appear in newspaper) and comic books (also popularly called “manga” when referring to Japanese comic books). Comic strips are serial comics that are published in a newspaper.

Collier’s Encyclopedia (1990: 500) defines comic as “term applied to a series or sequence of closely related highly stimulating drawing which differs from the ordinary cartoon in that they are not necessarily, but some artists make some of them serious, mysterious, and adventurous.” Generally, there are several categories of comics such as adventurous, biography, animal cartoons, fun and humour, love and retold classics.
 
Sudjana (2002: 64) defines comics as a kind of cartoon form expressing character and playing a story in sequences of closely related drawing and design to give fun to the readers. It contains several continued stories. The stories are brief and interesting, completed with action. Comics also appear in newspaper and book.
Nashir (2002: 22) says that comic, generally, is a pictorial story inmagazines, newspaper, or books that is usually easy to understand and funny. From the various definitions above, it can be concluded that comic is an art work which has sequence of stories about characteristics, events in picture form which can be humorous, mysterious, etc
Conceptual Framework
Teaching vocabulary plays an important role in language acquisition. Vocabulary is one element that links the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing all together. For this reason, teachers should pay more attention in teaching and learning vocabulary to children as the learners. Teacher has to select the suitable words to be taught in the first stage and they have to limit the vocabulary to be taught. Vocabulary has been seen as a major resource for language use.
Teaching vocabulary using comic is one of the way which can be used by the teacher in order to improve students’ mastery of vocabulary. Students surely will be respectfully motivated because of the using of such interesting media during their learning.  The writer tries to conduct a research about the study in order to prove the successfulness of the media used in teaching-learning activity.
 

poetry to you



what a power? 
tyut queen utopiz

what a power here?
crying in the corner of the night,
remember the glow of that love
feel sick to remember,

and loathe to grieve,

but what power?, ..
she is another person
person who have turned it upside down

she is another figure,
ceasing me me,
But what power?
I make it ..
I stripped her naked, ..

and what power when love
only exists in words only.
 
 
 

indonesian wonderfull baby

 

how to use synonim and definiton clues


1.         Using Definition and Synonym clue
a.        description
Sometimes a writer will restate the meaning or give the synonym of a difficult word within a sentence, defining it for us. Sometimes when the author uses an unusual word, the writer provides a definition for that word in the text and after some unusual words; authors sometimes use a more common synonym for that word.
Sometimes the writer will save us the trouble of looking up a word by defining it for us. Underline the words in the following sentences that signal us that some sort of a definition is going to follow. Often this kind of definition will not sound much like a dictionary definition.
b.        Definitions and Synonym are often signaled by
or,  which is,  that is,  also called,  also known as,  in other words.


c.         Hint
 When the unusual word is followed by a comma, the definition may be right after that comma and if the unusual word is followed by a comma and the word “or,” then the words that follow are likely synonyms. The restatement or explanation may be in a different sentence. Read the sentences before and after the unusual word.
d.        Example of sentence
I can be quite irascible; that is, it doesn’t take much to make me angry.
1)        Identify the unfamiliar word.
(we are not sure what the word irascible means.)
2)        Read to see if there is a signal word.
(we see the phrase that is. What follows may include a restatement or definition.)
3)        Find the restated information.
(The word that is point to the clause it does not take much to make me angry.)
4)        Use this information to figure out what the unfamiliar word means.
(Because the words that is point to a clause about getting angry easily, we can guess the meaning that irascible must mean “easily angered.”)
irascible: prone to outbursts of temper, easily angered

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five type of context clues


a.         Synonym and Definition
Sometimes a definition or synonym in the sentence serves as the context clue. This is the easiest type of context clue because the author simply tells readers what a word means. Authors often alert readers that a definition is coming by introducing it with phrases such as is defined as, means, is known as, the term, and is called. Sometimes the definition or the term is set off by punctuation marks, such as commas or dashes. The definition may also follow a colon (:) or it may be enclosed in parentheses ( ) or brackets [ ]. Sometimes the definition or term appears in quotation marks. Because textbook authors want to make sure readers pay attention to important terms, they often put them in special print, such as bold print, italics, or color. Watch for words in special print, and take advantage of definitions and synonyms authors include for them. 
b.        Example Clue
Example clues consist of one or more examples that authors include to illustrate the meaning of the unfamiliar word. Examples are typically introduced by for example, to illustrate, for instance, such as, and like. Remember, though, that an example is not the same as the definition. Rather, the example is simply a clue that can help you reason out the meaning of an unknown word. If there is more than one example, try to determine what the examples have in common.
c.         Comparison and Contrast Clue
A contrast clue consists of a word or phrase that means the opposite of the word we are trying to figure out. Watch for words that signal a contrast: but on the other hand, nevertheless, yet, in contrast, some . . . others, to name a few. Find the word or words in the sentence that mean the opposite of the word whose meaning we are trying to deduce, and then think of the opposite of that word. This sounds complicated, but the following example will make the strategy clear.
d.        General Sense of the Sentence
The general sense of the sentence can also help us figure out the meaning of an unknown word. In this case, we call on our own prior knowledge and experience. When readers ask  themselves, what is the most appropriate word to substitute the unfamiliar word. We have to make sense between surrounded information and our sense. We have to combine between our sense and the information and of course, it should be rationally.
e.         Clue From Another Sentence
Sometimes authors include information in another sentence in the paragraph that allows us to determine the meaning of an unfamiliar word. The other sentence can come before or after the one with the unknown word, so it is a good idea to keep reading when we encounter an unfamiliar word. By jumping back and connect the unfamiliar word with the other sentence or word. We will find out the information that we need to inference the meaning of unfamiliar word.
 

context clues

A good way to make sense of an unfamiliar word is to look at the context: the other words in the sentence and other sentences in the paragraph that might.give clues to the meaning of the word, Dougal (2000: 4).

Context clues have a powerful effect on students’ comprehension of words and sentences. Context clues are the syntactic (structural) and semantic (meaning) clues that help a reader to identify an unknown or difficult word. They are the “hints” about the meaning or pronunciation of an unknown word based on the words, phrases, or sentences that surround it. Syntactic clues relate to the sentence structure or grammar of the English language. For example, in the sentence, I can ride a ____, the syntax, or the way the sentence is structured, indicates that the missing word must be a noun. It would not be structurally correct to say, I can ride a jumping. That sentence does not “sound right”. Semantic clues relate to the accumulated meaning of the sentence. In the previous example, I can ride a ____, the syntax required the word to be a noun. However, it cannot be just any noun. Semantics narrows the possible word choices to those nouns that would fit with the meaning of the sentence. It would not “make sense” to say, I can ride a tangerine. The semantics or meaning of the sentence dictates that the missing word must be something that can be ridden. Context clues are useful in a number of ways. Although context clues play an important role in effective reading, research also confirms that the use of context clues is limited for purposes of word learning. The use of context alone will rarely lead to the identification of an exact word. It will narrow the possibilities; however, the reader must orchestrate or cross-check, the use of the visual, graphophonic information about the word (phonics/decoding strategy), the structure of the sentence (syntax), and the meaning of the sentence (semantics) to determine the exact word in a text. Association and oral repetition are powerful memory tools. If we are like most people, we will discover that from now on, we will remember the meaning of travesty used in this example. We applied the memory devices of placing the word in context, making mental associations with our own experience or information we already know, and repeating the word or phrase out loud. According to Hill (2008: 4) state 5 types of context clue : 
  1. Synonym and definition
  2. Contrast clue 
  3. Example clue 
  4. General sense 
  5. Clue from another sentence
 

Cemink's Love Tales: the danger of love song

Cemink's Love Tales: the danger of love song: development of world music today is rapidly happening in Indonesia, it is not independent of the number of new bands that entered the indus...
 

the danger of love song

development of world music today is rapidly happening in Indonesia, it is not independent of the number of new bands that entered the industry through live music events which are very numerous, and can be accessed only with a single click of a remote button . theme carried and still be a very super theme is the love theme..
Love has a very extensive and now fill all ages. See it now on television, .. children's songs no longer exists, even the kids who sing today. actually very ironic, because the child's growth will be disturbed by the frequent by them listen to the songs that should have not allowed by them sink in .... but what to say, globalization era encourages it to grow. so
"the introduction of children in matters that are not supposed to be their perceived impact on their behavior"

for parents, it should begin to give impressions and songs suitable for children ...
for love when you understand it wrongly, then love is as people said,
love is blind, and even going blind thing can be seen clearly


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