Example : 1. Open the door
2. Read the book
3. Close your eyes
*keep/stay + adj/noun .
Example : 1. Stay cool
2. Keep strong
3. Keep slow
Example : 1. be a man
2. be better
3. be yourself
Example : 1. Don’t touch me
2. Don’t cry
3. Don’t be sad
Example : 1. No smoking
2. No tipping
3. No parking
Example : 1. stop global warming
2. stop crying
3. stop talking
What is a (good) debate?
A debate is an organized clash of good ideas. Each side employs worthwhile evidence to promote their viewpoint and to rebut the “flawed” evidence advanced by the other side. Debating is a formal intellectual contest and there are endless ways it can be played. However, a good debate is like a tennis match where each side, following the rules set down, bats ideas back and forth to defeat the other team. As in any other subjective sport, debaters have to persuade the judges that they have won. Yet, debating can be an exciting even dangerous activity because emotions often run high.
What makes a good debater?
Debaters challenge ideas, they do not attack each other. Like other sports, fair play is critical. Regular debaters will be transferred to play on the other side later in their careers, so it does not pay to be too emotionally tied. A debater is a spokesperson for the moment for or against a motion and is not a fanatic for a cause.
How do we conduct a debate?
There are slightly different ways to do debating. Generally, you need a Chairperson, Proposer, Opposer, Proposer and Opposer’s Seconders and a time-keeper.
Giving Opinions (memberi pendapat)
I think we should get a new car. (Saya pikir kita harus membeli mobil baru)
I don’t think we need one. (Saya pikir kita tidak butuh)
I believe (that) smoking should be outlawed. (Saya setuju – bahwa – merokok harus dilarang)
I don’t believe (that) it should be illegal. (Saya tidak setuju – bahwa – itu ilegal)
In my opinion, Gone with the Breeze is the best movie ever made.(Menurut saya, Gone With The Breeze adalah film terbaik yang pernah dibuat).
I feel that it’s the right thing to do. (Saya pikir itu hal yang tepat untuk dilakukan)
I don’t feel that it’s such a good idea. (Saya tidak menganggap itu ide yang baik)
[used to + VERB]
It is better not to use “used to” in questions or negative forms; however, this is sometimes done in informal spoken English. It is better to ask questions and create negative sentences using Simple past
“Used to” expresses the idea that something was an old habit that stopped in the past. It indicates that something was often repeated in the past, but it is not usually done now.
procedureis kind of text which teaches on how to make something completely. Procedure text is dominantly structured with imperative sentence since it actually an instruction. Procedure text usually explain the ingredient or material which is need, though sometime it is omitted, after that procedure text will explain step by step how to make the thing.