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Belajar Bahasa Inggris – Pelajaran 71

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Kosakata

  • ubiquitous
  • remote
  • thwart
  • harbinger
  • malignant

Baca Dengan Seksama

After an extensive lecture tour in 1956, Dr. Dooley returned to Laos to set up a mobile medical unit. Because the Geneva Agreement barred the entrance of military personnel to the country, he resigned from the Navy and went to work as a civilian. That story is told in The Edge of Tomorrow. Next year, despite a growing illness, the ubiquitous Dooley turned up in the remote village of Muong Sing, attempting to thwart his traditional enemiesdisease, dirt, ignorance, starvationand hoping to quell the spread of communism. But his trained medical eye soon told him that the pain in his chest and back was a harbinger of a malignant cancer.

Contoh Kalimat

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

  • Sprinting all over the court, the __________ referee called one foul after another.
  • Ben’s reprehensible table manners led his fraternity brothers to seat him in a __________ corner of the dining room.
  • The excellent soup was a __________ of the delicious meal to follow.
  • In an attempt to __________ the voracious ants, he surrounded his house with a moat of burning oil.
  • The surgeon finally located the __________ tumor that had afflicted his patient for many months.

Defenisi

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

  • ____ distant, hidden away
  • ____ being everywhere at the same time
  • ____ likely to cause death
  • ____ to hinder, defeat
  • ____ a forerunner, advance notice

Idiom

to cool one’s heels = to be kept waiting.

  • The shrewd mayor made the angry delegates cool their heels in his outer office.

 

Written by 5jtpbln

November 30, 2010 at 8:01 am

Posted in Pelajaran

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