Selasa, 10 Juni 2014

Tugas B.inggris 3


  1. Somebody calls the president everyday.
  2. (The president is call everyday)
  1. John is calling the other members.
(The other members are being call by John)
  1. Martha was delivering the documents to the department.
(The documents were delivered by Martha to the department)
  1. The other members have repealed the amendment.
(The amandement has been repealed by the other members)
  1. The delegates had received the information before the recess.
(The information had been received by delegates before recess)
  1. The teacher should buy the supllies for this class.
(The supllies should be bought by the teacher for this class)
  1. Somebody will call Mr. Watson tonight.
(Mr. Watson will be called tonight)
  1. The fire has caused considerable damage.
(A considerable damage has been caused by the fire)
  1. The company was developing a new procedure before the bankruptcy hearings began.
(A new procedure was developed by the company before the bankruptcy hearings began)
10.  John will have received the papers by tomorrow.
(The papers will be received by John tomorrow)


1.   The teacher made Juan ... (leave) the room. (leave)
2.   Toshiko had her car … (repair) by a mechanic. (repaired)
3.   Ellen got Marvin … (type) her paper. (to type)
4.   I made Jane … (call) her friend on the telephone. (call)
5.   We got our house …  (paint) last week. (painted)
6.   Dr. Byrd is having the students … (write) a composition. (write)
7.   The policemen made the suspect … (lie) on the ground. (lie)
8.   Mark got his transcripts … (send) to the university. (to send)
9.   Maria is getting her hair … (cut) tomorrow. (cut)
10. We will have to get the Dean … (sign) this form. (sign)
11. The teacher let At … (leave) the calassroom. (leave)
12. Maria got Ed … (wash) the pipettes. (to wash)
13. She always has her car … (fix) by the same mechanic. (fixed)
14. Gene got his book … (publish) by a subsidy publisher. (published)
15. We have to help Janet … (find) her keys. (to find)


1.      The last record (the record was produced by this company) became a gold record.
(The last record produced by this company became a gold record)
  1. Checking accounts (the checking accounts require a minimum balance) are very common now.
( Checking accounts which require a minimum balance are very common now)
  1. The professor (you spoke to the professor yesterday) is not here today.
 (The professor you spoke to yesterday is not here today)
  1. John (John’s grades are the highest in the school) has received a scholarship.
(John, who’s grades are the highest in the school has received a scholarship)
  1. Felipe bought a camera. The camera has three lenses.
(Felipe bought a camera which has three lenses)
  1. Frank is the man. We are going to nominate Frank for the office of treasurer.
(Frank is the man we are going nominate for the office of treasure)
  1. The doctor is with a patient. The patient’s leg was broken in an accident.
 (The doctor is with a patient whose leg was broken in an accident)
  1. Jane is the woman. Jane is going to China next year.
(Jane is the woman, who is going to China next year)
  1. Janet wants a typewriter. The typewriter self-corrects.
(Janet wants a typewriter that self-corrects)
  1. This book (I found the book last week) contains some useful information.
(The book I found last week contains some useful information)
  1. Mr. Bryant (Mr. Bryant’s team has lost the game) looks very sad.
(Mr. Bryant whose team has lost the game looks very sad)
  1. James wrote an article. The article indicated that he disliked the president.
(James wrote an article, indicated that he disliked the president)
  1. The director of the program (the director graduated from Harvard University) is planning to-retire next year.
(The director of the program that who graduated from Harvard University is planning to-retire next year)
  1. This is the book. I have been looking for this book all year.
(This is the book, I have been looking for all year)
15.   (William’s brother is a lawyer) wants to become a judge.
(William, whose brother is a lawyer wants to become a judge)


1. George is the man who was chosen to represent the committee at the convention. (who was)
2. All of the money that was accepted has already been released. (that are)
3. The papers that are on the table belong to Patricia. (who was)
4. The man who was brought to the police station confessed to the crime. (who is)
5. The girl who is drinking coffee is Mary Allen. (who is)
6. John’s wife, who is a professor, has written several papers on this subject. (who is)
7. The man who is talking to the policeman is my uncle. (who is)
8. The book that is on the top shelf is the one that I need. (that is)
9. The number of students who have been counted is quited high. (who have been)
10. Leo Evans, who is a doctor, eats in this restaurant every day. (who is)


1. The teacher demanded that the student left the room. (leave)
2. It was urgent that he called her immediately. (call)
3. It was very important that we delay discussion. (correct)
4. She intends to move that the committee suspends discussion on this issue. (suspend)
5. The king decreed that the new laws took effect th following month. (take)
6. I propose that you should stop this rally. (correct)
7. I advise you take the preferequisites before registering for this course. (I advise that you take the preferequisites before registering for this course)
8. His father prefers that he attends a different university. (attend)
9. The faculty stipulated that the rule be abolished. (correct)
10. She urged that we found another alternative. (find)


1. Julia speaks … Spanish but also French. (not)
2. She bought the yellow sweater … the beige skirt. (as well as)
3. They have houses … in the country and in the city. (both)
4. He is not only industrious … ingenious. (but also)
5. Her children have American cousins … Spanish ones. (as well as)
6. Their European tour includes … Germany and Austria but also Switzerland. (not only)
7. He bandaged the arm both tightly … quickly. (and)
8. Clark not only practices law … teaches it. (but also)
9. Tom Tryon is a playwright … an actor. (as well as)
10. The bride’s bouquet included roses … orchids. (as well as)


1. The fourth graders … to multiply. (know how)
2. How many people here … to ski? (know how)
3. We … about Mary’s engagement to James. (know)
4. The chemistry students … the formula for salt. (know)
5. Although he has been driving for fifteen years, he doesn’t … to change a tire properly. (know how)
6. Leon … that his friends would react to his proposition. (knows)
7. Nobody … to get to the turnpike yesterday. (knows)
8. The owner of the store was away, but she … about the robbery. (knows)
9. We … to type before we entered the university. (know how)
10. He doesn’t … to dance, but he tries.(know how)


  1. Despite her dislike for coffee, she drank it to keep herself warm. (although)
(Although she dislike coffee, she drank it to keep herself warm)
  1. Mary will take a plane, even though she dislikes flying. (in spite of)
(Mary will take a plane, in spite of her dislikes flying)
  1. In spite of Marcy’s sadness at losing the contest, she managed to smile. (although)
(Although Marcy’s sadness for losing the contest, she managed to smile)
  1. We took many pictures though the sky was cloudy. (despite)
(We took many pictures despite the cloudy sky)
  1. Despite her poor memory, the old woman told interesting stories to the children. (even though)
(Even thought she had memory, the old woman told interesting stories to the children)
  1. Though he has been absent frequently, he has managed to pass the test. (in spite of)
(In spite of his frequent absence, he has managed to pass the test)
  1. Nancy told me the secret, despite having promised not to do so. (though)
(Nancy told me the secret though she had promised not to do so)
  1. We plan to buy a ticket for the drawing although we know we will not win a prize.(even though)
(We plan to buy a ticket for the drawing even though will not win a prize)
  1. In spite of the high prices, my daughters insist on going to the movies every Saturday.  (even though)
(Even though the prices are high, my daughters insist on going to the movies every Saturday )
  1. He ate the chocolate cake even though he is on a diet. (in spite of)

(His ate the chocolate cake in spite of on a diet)

Brought Good Governance
Administration (governance) in the context of the organization in general can be defined as a system and structure that is good and true clarity of the mechanisms that create organizational relationships both internally and externally. Good governance is manifested in the implementation and enforcement (enforcement) of the systems and structures that have been structured. Implementation and enforcement is based on five universal principles are: responsibility, accountability, fairness, independency and transparency. These five fundamental principles can be briefly described below:
1.Responsibility: suitability in the management of the company to healthy corporate principles and applicable laws and regulations;
2.Accountability: clarity of function, structure, systems and procedures so that the company's liability organs are effective company management;
3.Fairness: fair treatment and equal in meeting stakeholder rights arising under the agreement and applicable laws and regulations;
4.Independency: management in a professional manner, avoiding conflicts of interest and any party pressure suit prevailing laws and regulations

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