Sunday, July 26, 2015

What kind of job I want after I graduate from University

Hello everybody, I want share little secrets about kind of job I would do after Graduation from university. Maybe some people don't know which career to choose after they graduate. Why ? less information is one reason why they don't know.Working out what job or career to do can be difficult. Some people know from a young age what they would like to do, but for most of us things are a bit more complicated. The key to career choice is to be aware of yourself: what are your strengths and weaknesses, what do you like or dislike about work and what are you really interested in.

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Transportation at Bekasi

There are two highway connections from the Jabodetabek urban area. The first is the Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road, which has four exits in Bekasi. The other is the Jakarta Outer Ring Road, which provides access to Tangerang, Jakarta, and Bogor. Owing to its location as a satellite city of Jakarta, heavy rush hour traffic jams have become common on the roads between Jakarta and Bekasi. E

Commerce in Bekasi

In recent years, many satellite cities have developed along the Jatibening/Cikunir — Tambun toll highway. These include Harapan Indah, Kemang Pratama, Taman Galaxy, and Grand Wisata.

Bekasi City

Bekasi (Indonesian: Kota Bekasi) is a city in West Java, Indonesia, located on the eastern border of Jakarta within the Jabodetabek metropolitan region, as such it serves as a bedroom and factory town for Jakarta. The borders for this city are Bekasi Regency at the north, Bogor Regency and Depok City at the south, at the west is East Jakarta, at the east is Bekasi Regency. It is Indonesia's most populated suburb, and one of the most populated worldwide, but still trails the likes of Incheon and Yokohama.

Sanguinis of Phychology

* Like to talk
* Physically holds the listener, emotional and demonstrative
* Enthusiastic and expressive
* Cheerful and full of curiosity
* Living in the present
* Easily change (lots of activities / desire)
* Be sincere and childish
* Glad to gather and gather (to meet and talk)
* Generally, great on the surface
* Easy to friends and love others
* Pleased with the praise and wants to be a concern
* Fun and envied others
* Easy to forgive (and do not hold grudges)
* Take initiative / escape from things or circumstances are boring
* Liking things spontaneous

Plegmatis at Psychology

* Easy going, relaxed, calm and resolute
* Patience, balanced, and a good listener
* Not much to say, but tend wise
* Sympathetic and kind (often hide emotions)
* Strong in the field of administration, and tend to want everything organized
* Arbitration problem that good
* Tend trying to find the easiest way
* Good under pressure
* Fun and does not like to offend
* Sense of humor sharp reply
* Nice to see and supervise
* Merciful and caring
* Easy invited to harmony and peace

Melancholy at Psychology

* Analytical, deep, and full of thoughts
* Serious and aims, and oriented schedule
* Artistic, musical and creative (philosophy and poetic)
* Sensitive
* Want to sacrifice themselves and idealistic
* High standards and a perfectionist
* Glad details / itemize, diligent, self-discipline and regular (neat)
* Save
* Looking at solving problems and finding creative solutions (often too creative)
* When it started, is completed.
* Make friends with caution.
* Satisfied behind the scenes, avoiding attention.
* Want to hear complaints, faithful and devoted
* It is caring for others

Koleris at Pychology

Koleris generally have:

* Glad to lead, make decisions, dynamic and active
* It requires a change and to correct errors
* Strong-willed and sure to achieve the goals / targets
* Free and independent
* Dare to face the challenges and problems
* "Today should be better than yesterday, tomorrow must be better than today".
* Looking for solving practical and fast moving
* Delegating work and orientation focuses on productivity
* Creating and setting goals
* Driven by the challenge and the challenge
* Not so need a friend
* Want to lead and organize
* Usually right and has a vision for the future
* Excellence in emergencies


Definition: Contrary to what most people think, an introvert is not simply a person who is shy. In fact, being shy has little to do with being an introvert! Shyness has an element of apprehension, nervousness and anxiety, and while an introvert may also be shy, introversion itself is not shyness. Basically, an introvert is a person who is energized by being alone and whose energy is drained by being around other people.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Present Perfect Tense and Simple Past Tense

Pengertian Present Perfect Tense
Present perfect tense adalah suatu bentuk kata kerja yang digunakan untuk menyatakan suatu aksi atau situasi yang telah dimulai di masa lalu dan masih berlanjut sampai sekarang atau telah selesai pada suatu titik waktu tertentu di masa lalu namun efeknya masih berlanjut.
Rumus Present Perfect Tense
Present perfect tense dibentuk dengan auxiliary verb “have” atau “has”, dan past participle (verb-3). Have digunakan untuk Iyoutheywe, sedangkan has untuk hesheit, dan orang ketiga tunggal. Sedangkan past participle dapat berupa regular atau irregular verb.
Dengan demikian rumus present perfect tense untuk kalimat positif, negatif, dan interogatif adalah sebagai berikut.
Contoh Present Perfect Tense
S + aux. verb(have/has) + V-3/past participle
I have read the book
He has left
S + aux. verb(have/has) + not + V-3/past participle
I have not read the book
He hasn’t left
aux. verb(have/has) + S + V-3/past participle
Have I read the book
Has he left

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Adjective Clause

An adjective clause is also called a relative clause or an adjectival clause. A clause is a group of words that have a subject and predicate. There are two kinds of clauses: independent and dependent. Independent clauses are sentences because they express a complete thought. Examples are: “The dog ran away.” and “Get the door.” In the second one, the subject is implied. To explain the function of an adjective clause, we will look at dependent clauses.

Dependent clauses have the subject and predicate but can’t stand alone. They depend on another clause to have meaning. Examples are: “When you finish your work” and "unless I get more money.” With each of these, you want to ask “What?” because the thought was not finished. Dependent clauses are also called subordinate clauses and they start with a subordinate conjunction. This is the word that links the dependent clause to the rest of the sentence.  
Examples of subordinate conjunctions are: how, where, when, why, unless, although, after, as far as, as if, because, before, once, whether, while, now that, until, since, and unless.
The three types of dependent clauses are:
  • Adverbial (or adverb) - Adverbial clauses function as an adverb and answer the questions: when, where, why, how, and how much. Examples include: “Now that it rained a lot, the grass turned green.” and “I am much olderthan my brother.”
  • Nominal - Nominal clauses function as a noun and can be the subject, an object, an appositive, or a complement. Sometimes nominal clauses start with an interrogative like: who, what, when, where, how, who, which, or why. Examples of nominal clauses are: “They always fought overwho should pay the bill” and “Whoever did thisis in big trouble.”
  • Adjectival (or adjective)

Simple Past (I did)

Tom : Look! It’s raining again.
Ann : Oh no, not again. It rained all day yesterday too.

Rained is the simple past tense. We used the simple past to talk about actions or situations in the past

a.       Study this example :
§  I enjoyed the party very much.
§  Mr. Brown died ten years ago.
§  When I lived in Athens, I worked in a bank.

b.      Very often the simple past ends in –ed:
§  We invited them to our party, but they decided not to come.
§  The police stopped me on my way home last night.
§  She passed her exam because she studied very hard.
But many important verbs are irregular. This means that the simple past doesn’t end in –ed:
Leave     ––»     left        We all left the party at 11:00.
Go          ––»      went     Last month I went to Rome to see my friend.
Cost      ––»      cost     This house cost $75,000 in 1980.
The past of the verb be (am/is/are) is was/were:
        I/he/she/it was                          we/you/they were

   I was angry because Tome and Ann were late.


c.       In simple past questions and negatives we use did/didn’t + the base form (do/open, etc.) :
                                      It rained             did it rain?                        It didn’t rain


§  Ann : Did you go out last night, Tom?
Tom ; Yes, I went to the movies. But I didn’t enjoy it.
§  When did Mrs. Johnson die?
§  What did you do over the weekend?
§  We didn’t invite her to the party, so she didn’t come.
Note that we normally use did/didn’t with have:
§  Did you have time to write the letter?
§  I didn’t have enough money to buy anything to eat.
But we don’t use did with the verb be (was/were):
§  Why were you so angry?
§  Was Mark at work yesterday?
§  They weren’t able to come because they were very busy.

Sumber :  Murphi, Raymond. 1989. Grammar In Use. Australia: Cambridge University