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Belajar Bahasa Inggris – Pelajaran 66

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Kosakata

  • harass
  • monolithic
  • arbitrary
  • indigent
  • fray

Baca Dengan Seksama

Once the newspapers got the story, the case of the longhairs became a cause célèbre. Ron and Len were interviewed, seen on TV, and regarded by their fellow students as heroes. “These are not delinquents or hoods,” one reporter wrote, “but clean-cut American boys who are being harassed by a monolithic school system.” A caustic editorial referred to the school’s decision as arbitrary and inane. A false story even circulated about the boys being rock-‘n-roll performers whose indigent families needed their salaries. Finally, the Civil Liberties Union jumped into the fray with a court order stipulating that the principal be required to show cause why the boys should not be allowed to return to class.

Contoh Kalimat

Cobalah untuk menggunakan kata-kata baru diatas dengan mengisikannya ke (ubah akhir kata jika diperlukan) dalam kalimat di bawah ini:

  • After the __________, the feuding families agreed to patch up their differences.
  • The __________ client was surprised when she was accosted* by her social worker in the elegant restaurant.
  • To my mind the decision was unreasonable and __________.
  • George Orwell’s 1984 depicts a frightening, __________ government.
  • If anonymous telephone callers __________ you, the phone company will give you an unlisted number.

Defenisi

Cobalah untuk memasangkan kata-kata baru diatas dengan defenisi di bawah ini:

  • ____ based on whim, dictatorial
  • ____ poor, needy
  • ____ massively solid
  • ____ a fight
  • ____ to trouble, torment

Idiom

one swallow does not make a summer = don’t jump to conclusions based on incomplete evidence

  • “Sure, the Yankees won their opening game, but one swallow does not make a summer.”

 

Written by 5jtpbln

November 30, 2010 at 5:59 am

Posted in Pelajaran

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