Rabu, 07 Maret 2018

Assignment : Announcement Text

Activity 1

Text 1

Elements of the Announcement
Found/Not Found
Information about
·         New Suit Shop
·         Date of opening
·         Shop address
·         Event
Contact information
“email georgetown@jcrew.com”

Text 2

Elements of the Announcement
Found/Not Found
“Call For Proposals”
  • Information about Avian Influenza in Indonesia.
  • Information about research program and are

Detail information that attached and available at WHO Indonesian Country Office Website

Text 3

Elements of the Announcement
Found/Not Found
“We are proud to announce We outgrew our old place”
The information of NeoSys Computer Store new address and about what the old store become
Contact information.

Text 4

Elements of the Announcement
Found/Not Found
Not Found
Information about the opening of new branches in several big cities to be conducted in regional locations
Owner’s hope that they will be able to meet closely with costumer in regional locations.

Activity 2


Rabu, 28 Februari 2018

Edu Passion 2018

Edu Passion is one of event that held by SMAN 3 Bandung. This event is held regularly one times per year. Edu Passion is helpful to students who want to know a lot information for their college. So, in this event there are many universities booths with its various faculties. There also served free consultation for those who want to know about their passion and to give direction what college will you get in after.

Beside of university booth, this event also had a 'seminar' about university, courses, and showed performances from extracuricular SMAN 3 Bandung. There are also many visitor from other school. There are many food booths too so we can enjoy this event very well!

While i strolling around the stands and following the event, i and my friends made a vlog as our english assignment. So, if you want to know more about this event, you can watch my video below. Enjoy!

Link : https://youtu.be/PICXYk0rkN8

Rabu, 21 Februari 2018

Descriptive Text : The Food Of Hell From Indonesia

Famous as one of the best tropical countries, Indonesia provides tons of uniqueness and excitement. Its nature, culture, and art always bring millions of tourist each year. However, this time we are going to talk about one thing, Indonesia’s cuisine, in particular Sambal.
Sambal or sambel is infamous among tourist as the food of hell for its undeniable ability to make the consumer produces tears and sweat when eating. Produced using chili as its main ingredient, sambal is indeed taste extremely spicy.
Sambal is made by grinding ‘cabai’ or chili, along with several complements such as onion, cherry,  tomato, ‘terasi’, sugar, shallot and salt. Making this spicy chili paste is a way to preserve chilies and is often used when fresh chilies are not available.The ingredients are grinded using traditional tool made usually from wood or plastic. The texture is smooth with a vibrant color of green and red, depending on which chili you use.
There are hundreds of varieties of sambal that depends on the type of chilies used, other added ingredients, texture, and region in which it is made.Popular chilies used to make sambal include: habanero, cayenne, bird’s eye, and lombok. The heat level of the sambal is directly related to the type of chili used. 
Traditionally sambal is used as an all-purpose condiment. It may be added to noodle dishes, soups, stews, meat, rice, and even eggs. Sambal can also be used to add heat and flavor to marinades, dips, sauces, and spreads.
Here's another function of sambal

1. To lose weight
Chili contains capsaicin which will speed up metabolism and help the body to burn calories faster.

2. Nourish the heart
Chili can prevent blood clotting. Capsaicin also efective to attack inflammation that have been identified  as a factor heart disease risk.

3. Sleep well
Australian's researchers find out that people who routinely consume spicy food more easily sleep. They also tend to wake up more early and fresher.

4. Keep the mood
Red chili can level up endorfin and serotonin that can get rid off pain and makes a comfortable mood. This hormone can act like a contrarian of stress and depression.

Infamous among tourists for its spiciness, many tourists avoid it. However, some of them are challenged and try to eat it. Those who dare to try usually will get stomach ache or turn very red and sweaty in the face. Though super spicy, locals eat it in almost daily basis as their main meal.

incorrect information
1. Cherry is one of sambal ingredient (3rd paragraph) : it's wrong because sambal in general doesn't use it for ingredient
2. Traditional tool made from plastic (3rd paragraph) : because plastic doen't strong enough to grind.
3. Many tourist avoid sambal (6nd paragraph) : it's incorrect beacuse tourist mostly curious and want to try it.
4. Locals eat it in almost daily basis as their main meal (6nd paragraph) : it's wrong because locals doesn't eat sambal as a main meal, but only for addition.

Rabu, 07 Februari 2018

Biography about Inspirational People


Helen Keller, in full Helen Adams Keller, she was born on June 27, 1880, TuscumbiaAlabama, U.S. She was an American author and educator who was blind and deaf. Her education and training represent an extraordinary accomplishment in the education of persons with these disabilities.
Keller was afflicted at the age of 19 months with an illness (possibly scarlet fever) that left her blind and deaf. She was examined by Alexander Graham Bell  at the age of 6. As a result, he sent to her a 20-year-old teacher, Anne Sullivan (Macy) from the Perkins Institution for the Blind in Boston, which Bell’s son-in-law directed. Sullivan, a remarkable teacher, remained with Keller from March 1887 until her own death in October 1936.
Within months Keller had learned to feel objects and associate them with words spelled out by finger signals on her palm, to read sentences by feeling raised words on cardboard, and to make her own sentences by arranging words in a frame.  Then she began a slow process of learning to speak under Sarah Fuller of the Horace Mann School for the Deaf, also in Boston. She also learned to lip-read by placing her fingers on the lips and throat of the speaker while the words were simultaneously spelled out for her. At age 14 she enrolled in the Wright-Humason School for the Deaf in New York City, and at 16 she entered the Cambridge School for Young Ladies in Massachusetts. She won admission to Radcliffe College in 1900 and graduated cum laude in 1904.
Having developed skills never approached by any similarly disabled person, Keller began to write of blindness, a subject then taboo in women’s magazines because of the relationship of many cases tovenereal disease. Edward W. Bok accepted her articles for the Ladies's Home JurnalThe CenturyMcClure’s, and The Atlantic Monthly.

She wrote of her life in several books, including The Story of My Life (1903), Optimism (1903), The World I Live In (1908), My Religion (1927), Helen Keller’s Journal (1938), and The Open Door (1957). In 1913 she began lecturing (with the aid of an interpreter), primarily on behalf of the American Foundation for the Blind, for which she later established a $2 million endowment fund, and her lecture tours took her several times around the world. She cofounded the American Civil Liberties Union with American civil rights activist Roger Nash Baldwin and others in 1920. Her efforts to improve treatment of the deaf and the blind were influential in removing the disabled from asylums. She also prompted the organization of commissions for the blind in 30 states by 1937.

Keller’s childhood training with Anne Sullivan was depicted in William Gibson’s play The Miracle Worker (1959), which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1960 and was subsequently made into a motion picture (1962) that won two Academy Awards.

Rabu, 24 Januari 2018

European Rabbit

   The European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is a species of rabbit native to southwestern Europe (Spain, Portugal and Western France) and northwest Africa (Morocco and Algeria). It has been widely introduced elsewhere, often with devastating effects on local biodiversity. It is known as an invasive species because it has been introduced to countries on all continents with the exception of Antarctica, and caused many problems within the environment and ecosystems. Australia has the most problems with European rabbits, due to the lack of natural predators there.

European Rabbit
       The European rabbit is a smallish, grey-brown (or sometimes black) mammal, although it ranks as medium-sized by lagomorph standards. It ranges from 34 to 50 cm in length, not counting a tail of 4 to 8 cm Weight can range from approximately 1.1 to 2.5 kg.  As a lagomorph, it has four sharp incisors (two on top, two on bottom) that grow continuously throughout its life, and two peg teeth on the top behind the incisors, dissimilar to those of rodents (which have only two each, top and bottom). Rabbits have long ears, large hind legs, and short, fluffy tails. They move by hopping, using their long and powerful hind legs. To facilitate quick movement, a rabbit's hind feet have a thick padding of fur to dampen the shock of rapid hopping. Their toes are long, and are webbed to keep from spreading apart as the animal jumps.


                     Phylum = Chordata                Class    = Mammalia
                Order   = Lagomorpha
                Family  = Leporidae
                Genus   = Orycotolagus
                Species = O. Cuniculus


• Baby rabbits are called kittens
• They are born pink and harless
• When they are first born, their eyes are closed
• Baby rabbit can have more than ten siblings

3 Days
• After about three days, a sof baby fur grows on the kittens.
•They can open their eyes.

• at two weeks old, the kittens leave the nest and can find their own foods.
• Baby rabbits grow up quickly.


1.       Where does European Rabbit live?
a.       Northwest America and Australia
b.      Southwestern Europe and Northwest Africa
c.       Northwest Europe  and Southwestern Africa
d.      Southeast Africa and Northwestern Australia
e.      Europe and South Australia

2.       How many incisors does European rabbit have?
a.       2
b.      3
c.       4
d.      5
e.      1

3.       Which ordo that European Rabbit in?
a.       Rodentia
b.      Mursupialia
c.       Cetacea
d.      Primata
e.      Lagomorpha

4.       When do mostly rabbits can open their eyes after they birth?
a.       Three days
b.      Two days
c.       A week
d.      Five days
e.      One day

5.       Its known as invansive species because it has been introduced to countries on all continent with the exception of Antartica.
The underlined word has same meaning with words below, except…
a.       Attack
b.      Irruption
c.       Inbreak
d.      Protected
e.      Stampede 

Assignment : Announcement Text

Activity 1 Text 1 Elements of the Announcement Found/Not Found Details Opening Found “HELLO GEORGETO...