2. Creepy - Annoying and unpleasant.
3. Nourishment - A source of materials to nourish the body.
4. Alexipharmic - having a nature of an antidote
5. Strangling - The act of suffocating (someone) by constricting the windpipe.
6. Absquatulate - depart
7. Empasm - a powder-like ancient medicine used to take the smell away
8. Tacent - silent
9. Moron - a rude way of referring to somebody who think is very stupid mortgage
10. Enmity - the feeling of hatred toward an enemy
2. Exponentially - Expressed in terms of a designated power of e, the base of natural logarithms.
3. Incur - To acquire or come into (something usually undesirable)
4. Susceptible - Easily influenced or affected
5. Obligation - The act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie.
6. Ought - Used to indicate obligation or duty
7. Exponentially - by great degrees or great amounts
8. Ethical - having to do with ethics or morality
9. Transaction - a piece of business that is done between people.
10.Absolutory - forgiving
2. Flutter - To vibrate or beat rapidly or erratically
3. Shelter - Something that provides cover or protection, as from the weather.
4. Dwelling - a place where people live, such as a house or apartment
5. Dexterity - cleverness, ability, expertness
7. Masculine - with the qualities that people think are typical of men.
8. Unbreakable - impossible to break, able to withstand rough usage
9. Roulette - a gambling game played by rolling a small ball around a shallow bowl with an inner disk
10. Honorable - acting in a way that makes people respect your; having or showing honour.
2. end up - to become eventually; turn out to be he ended up a theif .
3. speak out - To utter words or articulate sounds with ordinary speech modulation, talk.
4. Freak out - experience or cause to experience hallucinations, paranoia, or other frightening feelings as a result of taking a mind-drug
5. Go on - to act, to happen
6. Flake out - drop from exhaustion, faint
7. Take out - the act of taking out
8. Crack up - to crash a vehicle
9. stare out - to look at (a person or animal) fixedly until his gaze is turned away.
10. fall down - To fail to meet expectations; lag in performance
1. Ought: Same as "should".
2. Omitted: To fail to include or mention; leave out: omit a word.
3. Spoke: The past tense of speak
4. Eliminate: To remove someone or something from something.
5. Disrupt: To throw into confusion or disorder
6. Obligation: The act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie.
7. Heavily: Very slowly and with difficulty; laboriously
8. Luggage: Containers for a traveler's belongings.
9. Chew: To bite and grind with the teeth; masticate.
10. Breeze: A light current of air; a gentle wind.
Ending of the story "A picture Paints a thousand words" is displayed in the Classroom, is, That man finds that women died in the accident. His frustration led him to make the decision to migrate Abroad to forget everything That has happened before. In the first day the man was in town, he saw a cute woman who Sells flowers near them. And the women is looks like woman in her past love story . His mind wandered for a while That When the purse to remind past. Hir tears flow unnoticed, and women who sell comes and Gives a flower and say, hey you! (With faces so happy) tears will not Eliminate sadness. Look at this flower, and I am sure That you will happy. From the start or the day, the men believed women who give flowers are chaste and he will not squander another opportunity to reach out to women.
WHAT YOU LEARN FROM THE DAY'S CLASS/LESSON
English language classes in the semester I started with a good mood. Miss Atee teach as usual and always makes me laugh with humor. Education was initiated by selfishness topic of chapter 1, about a picture Paints a thousand words .. About painting and how we can look at pictures in a different way to not just saying That picture and see the beauty in general..
Meaning: worried and tense because of possible misfortune, danger
Meaning: to join things so that they become one thing or work together
Meaning: commonly approved or recognized, customary and established
Meaning: having the power of authority to command or control
Meaning: a forward step; an improvement
Meaning: being prepared to give a lot of your time and attention to because you believe it is right or important
Meaning: that involves people working together and having influence on each other
Meaning: something that can be used for support or help
Meaning: to try very hard to do, especially when it is difficult
Meaning: the distance that you move when you take one step
Meaning: that can be changed easily
Meaning: to make different in some way, but without changing it completely to become different
Meaning: the usual order and way in which your regularly do things
Meaning: to have enough space for something especially for a certain number of people
15. User- friendly
Meaning: (use about computers, books and machines) easy to understand and use
Meaning: worth a lot of money
Meaning: to make use of something
Meaning: to become or to make bigger
Meaning: a way of doing something
Meaning: that may possibly become, happen and be used
In this reflection our lecturer had given us a topic about giving comments about the latest movie that we have watched. So, the latest movie I have watched is Wrath of the Titans is a 2012 American fantasy film and sequel to the 2010 film Clash of the Titans. The film stars Sam Worthington, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, Édgar Ramírez, Toby Kebbell, Danny Huston, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson with Jonathan Liebesman directing a screenplay by Dan Mazeau and David Leslie Johnson. This story tells about the life of the gods and a son who decided to live as human beings. Perseus (Worthington)-demigod son of Zeus (Neeson) attempts to live quietly as a fishing village and a single parent to 10 year-old son, Helius. But unfortunately for Perseus, the struggle for supremacy has run amok among the gods will come to threaten the life of the less beautiful .. as a result of an attempt to exorcize his worship of the gods, the gods lost strength and loss of power to control the giant con and violent leaders them, Kronos, the father of long-ruling Zeus brother Hades (Fiennes) and Poseidon (Danny Huston). Three sisters, had subverted the rule of their powerful father long ago, leaving him rot in the gap gloomy Tartarus, the prison is located deep in the Underworld cave. Now, Perseus can not ignore paggilan his father (Zeus) I d captured by Hades, along with the divine son of Zeus, Ares (Edgar Ramirez), switch loyalty and make a deal with Kronos to capture Zeus . Get help warrior Andromeda (Rosamund Pike), and Agenor son of the god Poseidon (Toby Kebbell), and Hephaestus (Bill Nighy), Perseus boldly initiated into hell to rescue Zeus, and overthrew the Titans and save mankind.
1. Cut- Take away part of.
2. Put- Cause to occupy or be in a certain place.
3. Come- Move towards a speaker or place or point.
4. Eat- Chew and swallow (food)
5. Fall- Come or go down freely
6. Fly- Move through the air
7. Go- Leave or go away
8. Leave- To go without talking or removing
9. Run- Move with quick steps
10. Buy- Obtain in exchange for money or buy sacrifice
11. Tell- Notification to explain something.
12. Give- To bestow without receiving a return
13. Win- To achieve victory or finish first in a competition.
14. Write- To form (letters, words, or symbols) on a surface such as paper with an instrument such as a pen.
15. Sell- In exchange for money
16. Take- Lay hold of; get possession of.
17. Teach- Impart information or skill to (a person) or about (a subject)
18. Sleep- Natural condition of rest with unconsciousness
19. Think- Form or have as an idea or opinion or plan
20. See- Direct one's eyes in order to see.
a) Take after: Look like, resemble
b) Take off: Make a great progress
a) Break down: End negotiations unsuccessfully, Start crying
b) Break in: Interrupt something
a) Come forward: Towards the front
b) Come abou: To take place; happen.
a) Call on: Ask someone to do something, especially to speak in public, visit, ask for help
b) Call out: Expose or accuse someone of wrongdoing or incompetence
a) Cut off: Remove with something sharp
b) Cut in: Interrupt
a) Eat up: Eventually reach,do,decide
b) Eat out: Go to other places to eat
a) Fall apart: Break into pieces
b) Fall out: Fall to the ground
a) Go back: Return to a place
b) Go ahead: Refers to start
a) Hang out: Spend time relaxing
b) Hang on: Wait a short time
a) Switch on: Start the energy flow, turn on
b) Switch off: Stop the energy flow, turn off
Honestly, for the first time I saw this clip, my mind wandered for a while and it was amazing for me and inspire me. I often give up and make my shortcomings as an excuse for failure that I always have. Without my knowledge, there are more people over the lack of me but still able to think longer and more mature. Sometimes we forget that failure and the lack of spirit is what gives us. Cigarette to see this clip, I was determined to continue to strive and fight for what I deserve in this life. This video clip very meaningful to myself. The way he gave his speech, very enthusiastic, powerful and useful to myself. I like the part he said "I love living life" and "I am happy". Even though the words is very simple, and I just realize that we should take any opportunity in-front us to make our life better in the future, because we are normal human being can do better than we think we can't. So that, it will give a happiness, although it is only a small success. So that, at the end of this video,I think, I should appreciate and take it anything that happen to myself, because I know it will give me a reason why I must finish what was I have started.
Machu Pichu are divided into two main section known as the Urban and Agriculture sectors, it was divided by a wall. Invisible from below and completely self-contained. Surrounded by agriculture terrace sufficient to feed the population, and watered by natural spring. There is are palaces, baths, temples, storage room, and some houses, all in the remarkable state of preservation. Meanwhile the Chichen Itza, some of the building are the temples and ball courts. This temples built as a step pyramid with steps on all four sides leading to the flat top where a temple building was constructed. In Chichen Itza, each of the structures has a name of its own. The Chichen Itza was built out of nature and stones of the cemetry, and the building was made out limestone, molder and lumber. It was completely made by hand. They did not use the wheel. People in Machu Pichu believes in spirits of a special stones. It opens the vision to the spirit world those who touches their forehead to the stone especially to sensitive person. The stone which called Intihuatana stones were the supremely sacred objects of the Incha people and were systematically searched for and was destroy by the Spaniards. When the stones was broken, the Inca believed that the deities of the place died or departed. While the people in Chichen Itza, the only sources of water as the natural sinkholes called cenotes. The cenote was also considered by the Maya to be entrance to the underworld and it is believed that the sacrificial victims were venerating Chac Mool by entering the underworld. The one constant was the Cenote of Sacrifices. It was maintained as a scared site and those dedicated to the gods would continue the sacrifices and prayers at the cenote. Both of this place was known as the lost world. But, it also known as the forgotten. Both has their own belief, but different ways. Chichen Itza has Great Ball Court. The ball court has no vault, no discontinuity between the walls and its totally open to the sky, which for probably used for rituals on the days when the sacred game were played. Around 1438, however, the Inca emperor Virachoca and his son was defeated by a powerful rival, the Chankas. From this time, the empire building era of the Inca began. Country to popular belief, the Maya were not an empire but the collection of autonomous city-states in frequent communication which other city-states in their region.
Circumnavigation - Refers to travelling all the way around an island, a continent, or the entire planet Earth.
Seamanship - Seamanship means Safety onboard and this is managed through continuous training and implementation of good working practices.
Sailing - Sailing is the propulsion of a vehicle and the control of its movement with large (usually fabric) foils called sails.
Travel - The movement of people or objects (such as airplanes, boats, trains and other conveyances) between relatively distant geographical locations.
Experience - General concept comprises knowledge of or skill of some thing or some event gained through involvement in or exposure to that thing or event.
Phenomenon - Is any observable occurrence.
Impression - Overall effect of something.
Aberration - Something that deviates from the normal way.
Expedition - Typically refers to a long journey or voyage undertaken for a specific purpose
Cruise - Sailing towards any direction
Karte - Map in german language.
Expedition - Typically refers to a long journey or voyage undertaken for a specific purpose, often exploratory.
Disaster – Calamity.
Vessel – Ship.
Moxie - Synonymous with a boldness.
Sapience – Refers to wisdom.
Venture - Efforts being made.
Desire - A sense of longing or hoping.
Caporegime - Term used in the Mafia for a high ranking made member.
Compass - Navigational instrument that measures directions in a frame of reference that is stationary relative to the surface of the earth.
Born on 1 November 1728 in Marton, Yorkshire, England. Educated at James Cook 'Postgate school and enrolled him at the Great Ayton. He is also Experienced in drawing, used to be a navigator, and explorer. In Reading and Listening, James Cook was a British explorer, navigator and artist, and eventually was Promoted to captain in the Royal Navy. His wife named Elizabeth batts and has four sons and two daughters. In the year 1745, when James Cook was then aged 16 years, he decided to go to Fisherman village to work as slaves Staithnes and grocery store.After 18 years, he began to think that his job as a grocery boy was no longer suitable for him and he began to travel to the nearby port town of Whitby. James Cook was employed as a merchant navy apprentice in a small fleet of ships. As part of his apprenticeship, Cook applied himself study algebra, geometry, trigonometry, navigation and astronomy, all skills he will need one day to command his own ship. Three years of his apprenticeship is completed, Cook began working on trading ships in the Baltic Sea. After passing the examination in the year 1752, he quickly grew through the merchant navy ranks, starting with the campaign in the year to mate ship brig Friendship Collier. In 1755, within a month the ship offered instruction, he volunteered for service in Royal Navy, when Britain was re-supplied weapons to what became the Seven Years' War. Although the need to restart under naval hierarchy, Cook realized his career would advance more quickly in military service and entered the Navy at Wapping on June 7, 1755.
Cook was killed in Hawaii in a fight with Hawaiians Sulawesi three exploratory Voyages in the Pacific in 1779. He left a heritage of science and Geography Influence That his successors far into the 20th century, and many memorials around the world have dedicated to her. However, a role in opening the Pacific to the occupation and its impact on Aboriginal communities has been the subject of political and scholarly Debate.
Emotion - Experience of an individual's state of mind as interacting with internal and external influences.
Affection - Disposition or rare state of mind or body that is often associated with a feeling or type of love.
Attachment - The psychological theory which is used to describe and investigate the predictable emotional connection between individuals.
Virtue - Personal virtues are characteristics valued as promoting collective and individual greatness.
Kindness - The act or the state of being kind, being marked by good and charitable behavior, pleasant disposition, and concern for others.
Compassion - One in which the emotional capacities of empathy and sympathy (for the suffering of others) are regarded as a part of love itself, and a cornerstone of greater social interconnection and humanism.
Choose - The act of judging the merits of multiple options and selecting one of them for action
Envy - Is best defined as a resentful emotion that "occurs when a person lacks anther’s (perceived) superior quality, achievement, or possession and either desires it or wishes that the other lacked it.
Lust - A strong sexual desire.
Candor - Integrity of a person who comes from the heart.
Fallacy - Fallacy is usually an improper argumentation in reasoning often resulting in a misconception or presumption.
Understanding – Caring each other.
Romance - The pleasurable feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love.
Jealousy - emotion and typically refers to the negative thoughts and feelings of insecurity, fear, and anxiety over an anticipated loss of something that the person values, particularly in reference to a love connection.
Breakup - Is the termination of a usually intimate relationship by any means other than death.
Intimate - Particularly close interpersonal relationship that involves physical or emotional intimacy.
Fate - It can be imagined under the conditions defined time including provisions in love and friendship.
Integrity - Sincerity that comes in the liver without any fraud and is illuminated with happiness.
Maturity - Psychological term used to indicate how a person responds to the circumstances or environment in an appropriate manner.
Desire - A sense of longing or hoping.