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QUIZ: POSITION AND TOPIC SENTENCE OF PARAGRAPHS

Posted by dadangiskandar on October 9, 2009

QUIZ FOR IM TELKOM TAKING ON GENERAL AND BUSINESS ENGLISH
I. POSITION OF THE TOPIC SENTENCES

The topic sentence may be the first or last sentence in a paragraph. The topic may also be the first and last sentence on the paragraph – “sandwich style.” A “sandwich style” paragraph is especially helpful to you reader if the paragraph is very long. The second topic sentence in the “sandwich style” paragraph also serves as a concluding sentence.
Study the following three paragraphs. Notice the different position for the topic sentence in each. The topic sentences are underlined.

Model 2 : position of topic sentences

Hurricanes
Hurricanes, which are also called cyclones, exert tremendous power. These violent storms are often a hundred miles in diameter, and their winds can reach velocities* of seventy-five miles per hour or more. Furthermore, the strong winds and heavy rainfall that accompany them can completely destroy a small town in a couple of hours. The energy that is released by a hurricane in one day exceeds the total energy consumed by human kind throughout the world in one year.
Famous Schooll “Failures”
Albert Einstein, one of the world’s geniuses, failed his university entrance examination on his first attempt. William Faulkner, one of America note writers, never finished college because he could not pass his English courses. Sir William Churchill, who is considered one of the masters of English language, had to have special tutoring in English during elementary school. These examples show that failure in school does not always predict failure in life.
Synonyms
Synonym words, that have the same basic meaning, do not always have the same emotional meaning. For example the words “stingy” and “frugal” both mean” careful with money. “however, to call a person stingy is an insult, while the word frugal has a much more positive connotation*. Similarly, a person wants to be slender but not skinny, and aggressive, but not pushy. Therefore, you should be careful in choosing words because many so-called synonyms are not really synonymous at all.

II. Recognizing the Topic Sentence______________________________________

Remember, the topic sentence indicates the main idea of a paragraph and is the most general statement in the paragraph.
STEP 1 Decide which of the following sentences in the topic sentence of the paragraph.
STEP 2 Write TS on the line next to that sentence.
STEP 3 Decide what order the supporting sentences should be in and number them 1,2,3 and 4.

Paragraph I
_________a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
________ b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
_________c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
_________d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
_________e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

Paragraph 2
_________a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
________ b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
_________c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
_________d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
_________e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

Paragraph 3
_________a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
________ b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
_________c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
_________d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
_________e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

Paragraph 4
_________a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
________ b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
_________c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
_________d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

Paragraph 5
_________a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
________ b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
_________c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
_________d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
_________e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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  1. Norman Hizkia said

    A drug, broadly speaking, is any substance that, when absorbed into the body of a living organism, alters normal bodily function. There is no single, precise definition, as there are different meanings in drug control law, government regulations, medicine and colloquial usage.
    In pharmacology, a drug is “a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease or used to otherwise enhance physical or mental well-being.”Drugs may be prescribed for a limited duration, or on a regular basis for chronic disorders.
    Recreational drugs are chemical substances that affect the central nervous system, such as opioids or hallucinogens. They may be used for perceived beneficial effects on perception, consciousness, personality, and behavior. Some drugs can cause addiction and habituation.
    Drugs are usually distinguished from endogenous biochemicals by being introduced from outside the organism. For example, insulin is a hormone that is synthesized in the body; it is called a hormone when it is synthesized by the pancreas inside the body, but if it is introduced into the body from outside, it is called a drug.
    Many natural substances such as beers, wines, and some mushrooms, blur the line between food and drugs, as when ingested they affect the functioning of both mind and body.

  2. Norman Hizkia said

    I’m sorry sir, i’m Norman Hizkia, F class,
    In the text i want telling about drugs….

  3. Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    Name : Ocktya Larastika
    NPM : 109400226
    Class : E
    –IMT 2009/2010–

  4. Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    Name : Ocktya Larastika
    NPM : 109400226
    Class : E
    Prody : MBTI
    –IMT 2009/2010–

  5. Among the various efects of air pollution, climatic change are slow, the deterioration of health is insidious, and the damage to plants, animals, or materials seems remote to those not directly involved.But smoke is visible to all, and the stinks of sulfides are all over. As a result, most complaints by individuals to air pollution agencies refer to something that can be seen or smelled.

    * The topic of the paragraph is The effect of air pollution.
    * The main idea of the paragraph is The effect of air pollution on people’s lives can be direct and indirect.

    Name : Laras Nafisah
    class : E
    prodi : Mbti
    NPM

  6. Paragraph 1

    First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.

    Ts :Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions.

    Paragraph 2

    One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates, or methanol. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    Ts :Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    Paragraph 3

    In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Ts : Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4

    Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    Ts : American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.

    Paragraph 5

    Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased in favor of middle-class children. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    Ts : The validity of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    Name : Laras Nafisah
    class : E
    NPM : 109400220
    Absen : 25
    Prodi : MBTI

  7. Paragraph 1

    Ts : Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions.

  8. Ratna juwita said

    Hellow mr.Dadang , , , , , ,

    Name : Ratna Juwita

    Npm : 109200227

    Class : Accounting F

    Page 40
    *14 Yonkrers Stores Damaged by Fire
    1st Paragraph > Four-alarm fire damaged 14 stores today in the cross country shopping center.
    2nd paragraph > Fire investigators said the parently started in a pile at the rear of a shoe a utilities duct others stores. The fire started at 4:40 p.m and was declared under control at 6:14 p.m . The center is on the Thomas E.Dewey Thurway.
    3rd paragraph > Two firefighters were treated at the scene for ,minor cuts.

    Page 41
    *Philippines Sends Aid for Typhoon Damage
    1st paragraph > The philippine air force ferried medical tems and relief supplies today to provinces ravaged by typhoon Agnes.
    2nd Paragraph > an air force spokesman said more than 163 tons of food , medicine and clothing had been sent to the visayan region ,300 miles south of Manila ,and more aid was on the way
    3rd Paragraph > The spokesman said helicopters were rescuing people starnded by fioods chest-deep today in panay Island , which been hit the wost
    4th Paragraph > Philippine National that 90 percent of the 86000 in capiz province on were destroyed

    Page 43
    *Amtrak Derailment Near Secause Injures 35
    1st Paragraph > An amtrak fast-mail train carrying 108 passengers and crew members derailed as it was nearing New York at 6:33 a.m. on Saturday.
    2nd Paragraph > Amtrak announced that no one was killed.But 35 person were injured , including two who were injured seriosly.
    3rd Pargraph > member of the transportation appropriations sub committee in the senate , went to the accident scene and talked to railrod officials.

    Page 43
    * Boston – Bound Train Derails, 34 Hurt
    1st Paragraph > An Amtrak headed for boston derailed of New York city yesterday , a muddy marsh , none of them seriously.
    2nd Paragraph > The accident stopped all train travel between New York and Newark
    3rd Paragraph > According to amtrak officials , 15 crew members and 17 passengers suffered only minor injures.

  9. Ratna juwita said

    Name : Ratna Juwita

    NPM : 109200227

    class : Akun F

    Holiday

    In this vacation , I go to my grandma’s house in pacitan , east java.there are a lot of my family , pacitan is a small town what has a beautiful sea view,beautiful reef , with white sand.Pacitan has some goa too.

    Me and my family almost everday play in the beach, fishing ,playing in the field and playing bicyle around the village.

    How amazing in pacitan , I spent holiday with my family. And spent our time on the beach at the same time we ate special food from pacitan.enjoy with family in the beach.sunbathing in the beach.

    At the second day , me and my family going to the Yogyakarta. In there I get my shopping time with family , after that we going to prambanan temple,borobudur temple, piramida café , parangtritis, sangiran, kasongan, kraton , it’s very gratify .last night I went to malioboro , I gift brought back from a trip for my friend’s. and next me and my family dinner at the wijilan jogja. next day I come home . it’s very gratify.
    Family is the important thing in my life.

  10. assalamualaikum
    sir, please check my blog
    at ghanjarmuliawati.blogspot.com
    all your assigment i answer on my blog
    thank you

    ghanjar muliawati
    mbti
    class e
    109400215

  11. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.

    Ts : Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions.

    Paragraph 2

    One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates, or methanol. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    Ts :Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    Paragraph 3

    In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Ts : Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4

    Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    Ts : American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.

    Paragraph 5

    Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased in favor of middle-class children. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    Ts : The validity of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    Name : Laras Nafisah
    class : E
    NPM : 109400220
    Absen : 25
    Prodi : MBTI

  12. Eliza Milano Pandia said

    Quiz

    a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    e.A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph
    a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

    Eliza Milano Pandia
    class/NPM : E/109400211
    MBTI
    year : 2009/2010

  13. Eliza Milano Pandia said

    I’m sorry sir,i’ve made a mistake in writting the comement.

    Quiz

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    Eliza Milano Pandia
    class/NPM : E/109400211
    MBTI
    year : 2009/2010

  14. Name : Yusuf Tonael
    NPM : 109400243
    Class : E

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  15. Name : Yusuf Tonael
    NPM : 109400243
    Class : E

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  16. Dani Kurniawan said

    name : Dani Kurniawan
    NPM : 109400206
    MBTI’09 E

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  17. bayu firdaus said

    pa dadang ,,, ini tugas blog saya ,,,
    see at ubaymelodic.blogspot.com

    Nama : bayu firdaus
    NPM : 108200005
    Prody: Akuntansi

  18. Andi Kresna Wahyudi said

    name : Andi Kresna Wahyudi
    NPM : 109400200
    class : E

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  19. Asri Fitriyani said

    Name : Asri Fitriyani
    NPM : 109400203
    Class: E

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  20. Cahaya Christy Wiyoso said

    Cahaya Christy Wiyoso
    109400205
    MBTI_E

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  21. pascha_rinda said

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

    Name :Pascharinda
    NpM :109400228
    Class: E

  22. Asri Fitriyani said

    Asri Fitriyani
    109400203
    MBTI_E

    page 31

    A.
    with reference to your advertisement in the current isue of ‘office Monthly’, I would like to order 2 easifix year Planners. I enclose a cheque for $ 15 to include postage and packing.

    B.
    thank you for your quotation of 5th July for your “finesse” range of dining room furniture. we find your terms satisfactory and would like to order the following.
    10 “Finesse” dining tables at $280 per item
    40 “finesse” dining chairs at $60 per item
    we note that you can supply these items within 30 days and we reserve the right not to accept delivery after this time.
    We should be obliged if you would acknowledge receipt of this order.

    C.
    we thank you for your order of 11th may for 2 easfix year planners.
    this line has proved so popular that we regret to inform you that it is temporarily out of stock.
    We hope to be able to resume supplies within the next ten days.
    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

    D.
    thank you for your order of 12th july for 10 “finesse” dining tables and 40 “finesse dining chairs.
    as we in a position to supply you with the above items form stock, we have arranged for them to be delivered to you early next week.

  23. Dewi Nurhasanah
    109400209
    MBTI_E

    page 31

    A.
    with reference to your advertisement in the current isue of ‘office Monthly’, I would like to order 2 easifix year Planners. I enclose a cheque for $ 15 to include postage and packing.

    B.
    thank you for your quotation of 5th July for your “finesse” range of dining room furniture. we find your terms satisfactory and would like to order the following.
    10 “Finesse” dining tables at $280 per item
    40 “finesse” dining chairs at $60 per item
    we note that you can supply these items within 30 days and we reserve the right not to accept delivery after this time.
    We should be obliged if you would acknowledge receipt of this order.

    C.
    we thank you for your order of 11th may for 2 easfix year planners.
    this line has proved so popular that we regret to inform you that it is temporarily out of stock.
    We hope to be able to resume supplies within the next ten days.
    We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

    D.
    thank you for your order of 12th july for 10 “finesse” dining tables and 40 “finesse dining chairs.
    as we in a position to supply you with the above items form stock, we have arranged for them to be delivered to you early next week.

  24. pascha_rinda said

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

    Name : paskarinda
    NpM : 109400228
    Class :E/2009

  25. Purwoko Agung Ujianto said

    Name : Purwoko Agung Ujianto
    NPM : 109400229
    Class: E

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  26. ok putri i have put your name on progress report

  27. Assalamualaikum
    mr, please check my blog at ghanjarmuliawati.blogspot.com
    your assigment i answered on my blog
    thank you

    ghanjar mw
    mbti – class e
    109400215

  28. Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    thanks..

  29. venty ramadhani
    akuntansi f
    109200236

  30. Fian Suci Maulidah
    109200207
    Akuntansi F 2009

    Paragraph 1
    1 c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2 b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    3 e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4 a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5 d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    1 b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    2 a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    3 c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4 e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    5 d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    1 e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2 b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    3 a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    4 c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    5 d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    1 b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2 d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3 a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4 c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    1 d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    2 a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    3 b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    4 c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    5 e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  31. Hanifah Purwani DP said

    Hanifah Purwani DP
    109200211
    Akuntansi F 2009

    Paragraph 1
    (1) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    (2) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    (3) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    (4) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    (5) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    (1) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    (2) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    (3) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    (4) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    (5) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    (1) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    (2) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    (3) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    (4) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    (5) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    (1) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    (2) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    (3) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    (4) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    (1) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    (2) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    (3) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    (4) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    (5) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  32. Putri Agusta said

    Putri Agusta
    109200224
    Akuntansi F 2009

    Paragraph 1
    1) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    3) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    1) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    2) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    3) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    5) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    1) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    3) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    4) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    5) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    1) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    4) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    1) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    2) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    3) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    4) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    5) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  33. Ficky Zakiyatul Fikriyah said

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    Paragraph 1
    [1] c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    [2] b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    [3] e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    [4] a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    [5] d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    [1] b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    [2] a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    [3] c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    [4] e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    [5] d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    [1] e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    [2] b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    [3] a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    [4] c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    [5] d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    [1] b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    [2] d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    [3] a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    [4] c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    [1] d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    [2] a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    [3] b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    [4] c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    [5] e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  34. Widyawati Wulan P said

    Widyawati Wulan p
    109200237
    Akuntansi F 2009

    Paragraph 1
    c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  35. Nama : Meilida Wardhani
    Kelas : F. Akuntansi
    NPM : 109200216

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS )c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS )b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS )e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS )b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS )d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  36. Fitrianingsih
    F. Akuntansi
    109200209

    Paragraph 1
    a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    e.A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph
    a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

  37. Erin Wiliyani said

    Nama : Erin Wiliyani
    NPM : 109200204
    Kelas: Akuntnsi F

    P. 1
    1. C. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2. B. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    3. E. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4. A. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5. D. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    P. 2
    1. B. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    2. A. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    3. C. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4. E. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    5. D. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    P. 3
    1. E. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2. B. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    3. A.Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    4. C. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    5. D. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    P. 4
    1. B. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2. D. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3. A. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4. C. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    P. 5
    1. D. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    2. A. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    3. B. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    4. C. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    5. E. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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  38. Medina Nabila P said

    Name :Medina Nabila P
    Class:Akuntansi f
    NPM :109200215

    *Paragraph 1
    1. c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2. b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    3. e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4. a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5. d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    *Paragraph 2
    1. b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    2. a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    3. c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4. e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    5. d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    *Paragraph 3
    1. e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2. b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    3. a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    4. c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    5. d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    *Paragraph 4
    1. b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2. d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3. a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4. c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    *Paragraph 5
    1. d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    2. a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    3. b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    4. c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    5. e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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  40. Ratna Juwita said

    Name : Ratna Juwita
    NPM : 109200227
    Accounting F

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  41. Yenni Resmi Styani said

    Name : Yenni Resmi Styani
    NPM : 109200238
    Accounting F

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  42. Erin Wiliyani said

    Erin Wiliyani said
    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    October 15, 2009 at 10:53 am

    Nama : Erin Wiliyani
    NPM : 109200204
    Kelas: Akuntnsi F

    P. 1
    1. C. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2. B. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    3. E. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4. A. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5. D. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    P. 2
    1. B. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    2. A. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    3. C. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4. E. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    5. D. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    P. 3
    1. E. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2. B. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    3. A.Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    4. C. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    5. D. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    P. 4
    1. B. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2. D. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3. A. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4. C. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    P. 5
    1. D. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    2. A. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    3. B. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    4. C. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    5. E. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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  43. evantri said

    name : Evantri Siburian
    Class :1-F
    Npm :109200205
    accounting

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  44. name : lupita putri wulandari
    npm : 109200213
    class : acounting F’09

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  45. name : rosiantari n.s putri
    npm : 109200239
    class : accounting F’09

    Paragraph 1
    [1] c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    [2] b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    [3] e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    [4] a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    [5] d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    [1] b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    [2] a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    [3] c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    [4] e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    [5] d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    [1] e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    [2] b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    [3] a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    [4] c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    [5] d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    [1] b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    [2] d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    [3] a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    [4] c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    [1] d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    [2] a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    [3] b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    [4] c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    [5] e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  46. Wida Nur Masitoh said

    Name: Wida Nur Masitoh
    Class: Accounting – F
    NPM: 108200045

    Paragraph I
    (3)a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    (1)b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    (TS)c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    (4)d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    (2)e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    (1)a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    (TS)b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    (2)c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    (4)d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    (3)e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    (2)a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    (1)b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    (3)c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    (4)d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    (TS)e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    (2)a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    (TS)b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    (3)c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    (1)d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    (1)a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    (2)b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    (3)c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    (TS)d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    (4)e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  47. M. Shofiu Zamani said

    pak dadang, saya sudah punya alamatblog baru..

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    NPM : 109200028
    jurusan : akuntansi
    kelas : A

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  48. Risang Wiku Bayu Saketi said

    Name = Risang Wiku Bayu Saketi
    Class = Account-F
    NPM = 109200230

    Paragraph I

    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2

    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3

    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4

    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5

    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

  49. Risang Wiku Bayu Saketi said

    Name = Risang Wiku Bayu Saketi
    Class = Account-F
    NPM = 109200230

    PARAGRAPH 1

    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    PARAGRAPH 2

    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    PARAGRAPH 3

    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    PARAGRAPH 4

    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    PARAGRAPH 5

    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

  50. Risang Wiku Bayu Saketi said

    PaK dadang, ini tugas blog saya,
    Lihat aja di ;

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    Name = Risang Wiku Bayu Saketi
    Class = Account-F
    NPM = 109200230

  51. M. Iqbal Zein said

    Name : M.Iqbal Zein
    NPM : 108200026
    Class : Accounting F

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  52. Ditya Aulia Rahmansyah said

    Name : Ditya Aulia Rahmansyah
    NPM : 108200010
    Class : Accounting F
    Blog : rahmansyahditya.wordpress.com

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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  53. iqbalzein said

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  54. bayu firdaus rahmansyah said

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    nama : bayu firdaus
    npm : 108200005
    klz : akuntansi F

  55. annisa farahanum fauzi said

    Name: Annisa Farahanum Fauzi
    Npm : 108200200
    akuntansi F

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  56. siti herdiyanti said

    Name : Siti Herdiyanti
    NPM : 108200040
    Kelas : Akuntansi F
    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  57. pajar novi siswaningsih said

    Name: Pajar Novi Siswaningsih
    NPM : 108200030
    akuntansi F

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  58. bayu firdaus rahmansyah said

    pa dadang , ini blog saya , ,
    (ubaymelodic.blogspot.com)

    thx a lot n’ have a nice day sir ^^

  59. gusti purnama indah said

    name

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

  60. gusti purnama indah said

    gusti purnama
    akuntansi F
    108200014

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

  61. Richandly Glorya Suawa said

    Nama: Richandly Glorya Suawa
    NPM: 108200036
    Kelas: Akuntansi F

    1.Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

    And my blog: richandly.livejournal.com
    Thanks for attention sir…

  62. Muharani Ustrianti said

    1. Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

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  63. Richandly G Suawa said

    Nama: Richandly Glorya Suawa
    NPM:108200036
    Kelas: Akuntansi-F

    1.Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn

    My blog: richandly.livejournal.com

    Thank you for your attentation sir…..

  64. Nurmauli dianna sari siregar said

    Nama:Nurmauli dianna sari NPM: 109200221 Akuntansi F
    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  65. Nur asiah siregar said

    Nama:Nur asiah Siregar NPM: 109200220 Akuntansi F
    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  66. Nurmauli dianna sari said

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    Nama: Nurmauli dianna sari
    NPM: 109200221
    Akuntansi F

  67. Ivan Krisnawan said

    Name: Ivan Krisnawan
    Npm : 108200117
    akuntansi A

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  68. name : R MUHAMMAD HERDIAN R
    ACCOUNTING F
    109200225

    paragraph 1
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    paragraph2
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    paragraph 3

    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    paragraph 4

    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    paragraph 5

    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  69. name : R MUHAMMAD HERDIAN R
    ACCOUNTING F
    109200225

    paragraph 1
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    paragraph2
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    paragraph 3

    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    paragraph 4

    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    paragraph 5

    ( TS ) d. The validityof standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  70. MOCHAMMAD ZULFIKAR LUKMAN
    AKUNTANSI F / 109200217

    paragraph 1
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    paragraph2
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    paragraph 3

    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    paragraph 4

    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    paragraph 5

    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    sir blog saya (fikaragiefikaragie.blogspot.com)

  71. Ahmad Faiz Harisi said

    NAMA : AHMAD FAIZ HARISI
    NPM : 109200003
    KELAS : AKUN – A

    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  72. Tiara Dewi Anggraeni said

    Name : Tiara Dewi Anggraeni
    Accounting F
    NPM : 109200235

    Paragraph 1
    1) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    3) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    1) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    2) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    3) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    5) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    1) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    3) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    4) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    5) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    1) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    1) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    2) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    3) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    4) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    5) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  73. 108300020xs said

    sir my name is ichsan arief rachman from dkv -a 2009 and my student number is 108300020. this is my blog, 108300020xs.wordpress.com

    may i answer the task that you give in your blog??

    Paragraph I
    ___(2)___a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ___(1)___ b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ___(TS)___c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ___(4)___d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ___(3)___e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    __(4)__a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    __(TS)__ b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    __(1)__c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    __(3)__d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    __(2)__e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    __(4)__a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    __(2)__ b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    __(1)__c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    __(4)__d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    __(TS)__e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    __(2)__a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    __(TS)__b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    __(3)__c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    __(1)__d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    __(2)__a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    __(1)__ b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    __(3)__c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    __(TS)__d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    __(4)__e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

    thank you….

  74. Norman Hizkia said

    Norman Hizkia
    Akun F 09
    109200219

    Paragraph1
    1) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    3) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    Paragraph2
    1) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    2) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    3) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    5) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    Paragraph3
    1) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    3) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    4) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    5) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    Paragraph4
    1) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    Paragraph5
    1) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    2) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    3) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    4) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    5) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  75. Eka Larasanta Buana said

    Eka Larasanta Buana
    Akuntansi F/109200202
    Nama blog: http://ekalarasantabuana.blogspot.com/

  76. Saddam Al Ridho said

    Saddam Al Ridho
    Akun F 09
    109200231

    Paragraph1
    1) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    3) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    Paragraph2
    1) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    2) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    3) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    5) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    Paragraph3
    1) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    3) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    4) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    5) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    Paragraph4
    1) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    Paragraph5
    1) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    2) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    3) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    4) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    5) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  77. Rhis Ogie Dewandaru said

    Rhis Ogie Dewandaru
    109200229
    Akuntansi F 2009

    Paragraph 1
    1) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    3) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    1) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    2) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    3) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    5) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    1) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    3) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    4) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    5) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    1) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    4) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    1) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    2) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    3) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    4) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    5) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  78. sastra ebenezer tarigan said

    NAMA : SASTRA EBENEZER TARIGAN
    KELAS: F
    NPM : 109200233
    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    Paragraph 3
    1) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    3) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    4) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    5) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    Paragraph 4
    1) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  79. paragraph 1
    Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    paragraph 2
    Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboriously copied by hand. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    Paragraph 5
    Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

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    paragraph 1
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    paragraph2
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    paragraph 3

    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    paragraph 4

    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    paragraph 5

    ( TS ) d. The validityof standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

  81. Paragraph 1
    c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    Paragraph 2
    b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    Paragraph 3
    e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    Paragraph 4
    b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.

    c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    Paragraph 5
    d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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    Paragraph I
    ( 3 ) a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ( 1 ) b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to drive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    ( TS ) c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    ( 2 ) e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    ( 3 ) a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    ( TS ) b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    ( 1 ) c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    ( 4 ) d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    ( 2 ) e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    ( 3 ) a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.
    ( 1 ) b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    ( 2 ) c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    ( 4 ) d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    ( TS ) e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    ( 3 ) a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    ( TS ) b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    ( 1 ) c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    ( 2 ) d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    ( 2 ) a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    ( 1 ) b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    ( 3 ) c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    ( TS ) d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    ( 4 ) e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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    Paragraph I
    3_a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    1_b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    TS_c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    4_d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    2_e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    Paragraph 2
    3_a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    TS_b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    1_c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4_d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    2_e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.
    Paragraph 3
    3_a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls. 1_b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    2_c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    4_d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    TS_e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    Paragraph 4
    3_a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    TS_b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    1_c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    2_d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    Paragraph 5
    2_a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    1_b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    3_c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    TS_d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    4_e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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  86. Nur taufiqoh Lathifah said

    Nur taufiqoh Lathifah
    10920035
    AKUNTANSI A

    Paragraph I
    3_a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    1_b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.
    TS_c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    4_d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.
    2_e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    3_a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    TS_b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    1_c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4_d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    2_e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    3_a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls. 1_b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    2_c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    4_d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.
    TS_e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    3_a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    TS_b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    1_c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.
    2_d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    2_a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    1_b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.
    3_c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.
    TS_d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.
    4_e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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    Paragraph I
    ___(2)___a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the

    fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    ___(1)___ b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very

    often.
    ___(TS)___c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble

    some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    ___(4)___d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to

    unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter

    weather.
    ___(3)___e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if

    necessary.

    Paragraph 2
    __(4)__a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an

    efficient, electrically powered automobile.
    __(TS)__ b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different

    types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.
    __(1)__c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has

    been available for several years.
    __(3)__d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol,

    which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.
    __(2)__e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from

    gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    Paragraph 3
    __(4)__a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled

    into scrolls.
    __(2)__ b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.
    __(1)__c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing;

    books were laboratoriously copied by hand.
    __(4)__d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth

    century, the modern printing industry was born.
    __(TS)__e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the

    centuries.

    Paragraph 4
    __(2)__a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might

    have been named thunder cloud.
    __(TS)__b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named

    for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    __(3)__c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians

    named after animals.
    __(1)__d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such

    names as big foot or crooked leg.

    Paragraph 5
    __(2)__a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.
    __(1)__ b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to

    intelligence.
    __(3)__c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased*

    in favor of middle-class children.
    __(TS)__d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously

    questioned by educators and physiologists.
    __(4)__e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in

    determining a person’s ability to learn.

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    *Paragraph 1
    1. c. Driving in winter, especially on snowy, icy roads, can be less trouble some if you take a few simple precautions*.
    2. b. First, put on snow tires if you plan to dtive on snowy, icy roads very often.

    3. e. Second, check the amount of antifreeze in your radiator and add more if necessary.
    4. a. Next, add anti freeze to your windshield washer fluid; otherwise, the fluid will freeze and possibly break the container.
    5. d. Finally, it is also a good idea to carry tire chains, a can of spray to unfreeze door locks and a windshield scraper in your car when driving in winter weather.

    *Paragraph 2
    1. b. Researchers in the automobile industry are experimenting with different types of engines and fuels as alternative to the conventional gasoline engines.

    2. a. Furthermore, researchers are continuing to work on the development of an efficient, electrically powered automobile.

    3. c. One new type of engine, which burns diesel oil instead of gasoline, has been available for several years.
    4. e. A second type is the gas turbine engine, which can use fuels made from gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, other petroleum distillates*, or methanol.

    5. d. Finally, several automobile manufactures are experimenting with methanol, which is a mixture of gasoline and methyl alcohol, as an automobile fuel.

    *Paragraph 3
    1. e. Some form of written communication has been used throughout the centuries.
    2. b. In the earliest times, people carved or painted messages on rocks.

    3. a. Later on, people began to write on pieces of leather, which were rolled into scrolls.

    4. c. In the middle Ages, heavy paper called parchment was used for writing; books were laboratoriously copied by hand.

    5. d. With the invention of the printing press in the middle of the fifteenth century, the modern printing industry was born.

    *Paragraph 4
    1. b. American Indian names are very descriptive, for Indian were usually named for physical attribute, for an occurrence in nature, or for animal.
    2. d. Indians with distinctive physical characteristics might be given such names as big foot or crooked leg.
    3. a. If there had been a big storm on the day of a baby’s birth, the baby might have been named thunder cloud.
    4. c. Grey Eagle, red dog, Big bear, and spotted wolf are example of Indians named after animals.

    *Paragraph 5
    1. d. The validity* of standardized intelligence test is being seriously questioned by educators and physiologists.

    2. a. For one thing, Individual I.Q. scores vary considerably.

    3. b. Many experts also question whether I.Q. scores are related to intelligence.

    4. c. Furthermore, most psychologists agree that intelligence test are biased* in favor of middle-class children.

    5. e. In fact, motivation seems to be just as important as intelligence in determining a person’s ability to learn.

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