Tugas Penerapan Komputer II

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Gambar 1  System Information (DirectX Diagnostic)

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How to express in English

Guessing:

  • … I’d say ….
  • Could it be ….
  • Perhaps it’s ….
  • I think it is ….
  • It looks like ….
  • It’s difficult to say but I’d guess ….

I haven’t a clue:

  • I’m afraid I don’t know ….
  • I’m sorry I don’t know.
  • I haven’t any clue.
  • I’m not sure
  • I’ve forgotten the English word for ….
  • I can’t remember the English of ….

Right guessing:

  • That’s right.
  • Right.
  • Yes, you’re right.
  • Exactly.

Wrong guessing:

  • No ,I’m afraid not
  • Not quite
  • You’re close
  • I don’t think so

Expressing surprise:

  • No, I don’t believe it
  • Are you joking?
  • Are you serious?
  • Are you kidding?
  • You must be joking.
  • Wow!
  • Oh, no. That’s not true.
  • Really?
  • It’s surprising that ….
  • What a surprise!
  • This is really a surprise!
  • Incredible!

Expressing scared:

  • I’m scared
  • You scare me
  • It’s frightening
  • It’s horrible
  • The sight terrified me so much
  • I can’t forget that terrible experience
  • The fear is creeping into my heart

Asking for advice:

  • Do you think I ought to ….?
  • What do you think I should ….?
  • Do you have any ideas about how I ….?
  • Should I try to ….?
  • If you were me, what would you ….?
  • If you were in my situation, would you ….?
  • Do you have any advice for me?
  • Can you give me some advice?
  • Do you have any recommendations about ….?
  • Can you recommend ….?

Offering advice:

  • I think you’d better ….
  • If I were you, I’d ….
  • It would probably be a good idea to ….
  • Why don’t you try ….?
  • How about ….?
  • Try ….
  • I’d say that you’d better ….
  • I advice you to ….
  • My advice is ….
  • I suggest that ….
  • Let me suggest that ….
  • I recommend that you ….
  • My recommendation is that ….

Asking permission:

  • Can I …. , please?
  • Please let me ….
  • May I …. , please?
  • Do you mind if I ….?
  • Would you mind if I ….?

Giving permission:

  • Sure, go ahead.
  • It’s okay with me.
  • No, I don’t mind.
  • Why not?
  • You have my permission.
  • I won’t stop you.
  • Certainly.

Denying permission:

  • No, you may not.
  • You can’t.
  • Yes, I do mind.
  • I don’t think so.
  • I will not permit you to.
  • I absolutely forbid you.

Expressing embarrassment:

  • It really makes me ashamed
  • I was so ashamed
  • I was so embarrassed
  • How embarrassing
  • Tell me it never happened
  • Tell me it didn’t happen

EXPRESSING WARNING

Informative notices:

  • Out of order (for machine that is not working)
  • No vacancies (there are no more rooms to rent in a hotel, there are no job in an office)
  • Sold out (the tickets are sold out)

Do this:

  • Please queue other side!
  • Keep right!

Don’t do this:

  • No littering
  • No smoking
  • No parking
  • No exit
  • Don’t lean out of the window
  • Please do not disturb
  • Please do not feed the animals
  • Keep off the grass
  • Silence. Examination is in progress
  • Don’t leave bags unattended

Watch out:

  • Watch your head
  • Fragile (Be careful , this will break easily)
  • Watch your step
  • Beware of pickpockets
  • Beware of fierce dog
  • Watch out. The train is coming
  • Look out behind you

Advice:

  • Take good care of yourself
  • Be careful
  • Take care, please

Interjection (a sound in English to express pain):

  • Ouch! It hurts me so much
  • Ouch! Stop pinching me
  • Oh! What shall I do if he’s already married?
  • Ooh! My head aches! And my back hurts!
  • Ah! What is it?
  • Ouch! That hurts!
  • Aw! The pain hurts me very much
  • It’s very painful. I can’t stand it
  • I can’t stand it. The pain is getting worse and worse

Expressing love:

  • I love you
  • I love you too
  • I really love you and I always will
  • I truly love you endlessly
  • There’s no nothing that compares with my love for you
  • Words fail to convey how much I love you
  • My love will never cease till the end of the time
  • I’ll never stop loving you

Expressing relief:

  • Oh, that’s a relief
  • Thank goodness for that
  • Thank heavens!
  • Oh, good!
  • Oh, marvelous!
  • Oh, what a relief!
  • That’s alright, then
  • Phew!
  • Thank God for that
  • I’m very relieved to hear that
  • I’m extremely glad to hear that
  • What a relief!
  • Good for you
  • I’m glad it’s done
  • I’m glad, everything is running well
  • I feel so relieved
  • This ointment relieves my pain
  • It’s very relaxing

Expressing sorrow:

  • She always overwhelmed by her sorrow
  • My heart is so burdened
  • I can’t tell my pain and sorrow in words
  • It brought me a lot of misery
  • I regret having to do this
  • I’m feeling bad at this time
  • I’m so sad to hear it

Expressing pleasure/pleased:

  • I’m very pleased with this room
  • Oh, how marvelous!
  • Oh, it’s wonderful!
  • It’s good news
  • I’m very delighted
  • It gives me great pleasure
  • I can’t say how pleased I am
  • Great!
  • Smashing!
  • Terrific!
  • Fantastic!
  • Super!
  • I’m glad you like it
  • This is great, isn’t it?
  • I can’t say how delighted I am

Expressing attention:

  • Oh, really?
  • It’s amazing
  • Is he?(Did he?, was she?, etc)
  • Oh poor creature!
  • What a poor girl she is!
  • Why not?
  • What about her step mother?
  • How lucky he is
  • Well, go on
  • What happened then?

To begin telling a story:

  • Once upon time there lived/there was ….
  • It so happened that ….
  • First ….
  • A long time ago ….
  • In the reign of King Alfred, there was ….
  • First of all ….
  • To begin with, I’d like to tell you a story about ….

To tell the events:

  • Then, ….
  • It so happened that one day ….
  • One day ….
  • The morning ….
  • The next day ….
  • So, ….
  • After that ….
  • Meanwhile ….
  • After a while ….
  • When ….

To end the story:

  • At the end, ….
  • Finally , ….
  • Eventually, ….
  • So, in the end ….
  • So, in short ….
  • To cut a long story ….
  • All in all ….

Asking other people’s opinion:

  • What do you think of ….
  • Is that right (true) that ….
  • Do you think it’s going  ….
  • Why do they behave like that?
  • Do you have any idea?
  • How do you like ….?
  • Please give me your frank opinion
  • What’s your opinion?

Expressing opinions:

  • In my opinion, ….
  • I personally believe/think/feel ….
  • Not everyone will agree with me, but ….
  • To my mind ….
  • From my point of view ….
  • As I see it ….
  • I think/believe/feel ….
  • I am certain/sure/positive/convinced
  • I agree/disagree
  • It seems that ….
  • Well, personally ….
  • If I had my way, I would ….
  • What I’m more concerned with is ….
  • In my case ….
  • Absolutely

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