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Kosakata

  • persevere
  • landmark
  • extrinsic
  • declaim
  • fetter

Baca Dengan Seksama

An Historic Supreme Court Ruling

Lawyer Kroll persevered in his defense of Danny Escobedo. The case was argued before the Supreme Court, and in 1964, in a landmark decision, the Court reversed Danny’s conviction. Legal aid, said the judges, must be instantly available to a suspect. “A system of law enforcement that comes to depend on the confession,” one Justice declared, “will, in the long run, be less reliable than a system that depends on extrinsic evidence independently secured through skillful investigation.” A Justice who declaimed against the decision said, however, “I think the rule is ill-conceived and that it seriously fetters perfectly legitimate methods of criminal enforcement.”

Contoh Kalimat

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

  • Collectors avidly sought the rare coin for its __________ value.
  • If we __________, we can overcome many of our inhibitions.
  • The Battle of Midway was a __________ victory in the U.S. campaign for ultimate victory over the Japanese in World War II.
  • I knew that my father would __________ against Mother’s choice of ostentatious fabrics.
  • The senator inveighed against the policy because he felt it would __________ our Air Force.

Defenisi

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

  • ____ to hamper
  • ____ foreign, coming from outside
  • ____ speak loudly
  • ____ persist
  • ____ historic, turning point of a period

Idiom

to break the ice = to make a start by overcoming initial difficulties.

  • The auto salesman had a poor week, but he finally broke the ice by selling a fully equipped Cadillac.

 

Written by 5jtpbln

December 3, 2010 at 7:46 am

Posted in Pelajaran

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