Saturday, November 7, 2015

Regret

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You may not be the last or you'll be regret.
I've to be the first then trying my best for everything.
Because I don't want to regret and miss any thing.
Especially the special and rare one.
I'd learn before about something that'll be regret.
I don't want to feel guilty so much.
So, you or i may not be the last for everything. Or we're gonna be regret.

The dream about the plane

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I got a dream.
I don't know what kind of it. The good or the bad one.
I were flying with the plane and the pilot didn't know i were there with another passengers.
But i'd known the pilot before.
My plan was just wanted to know how the pilot was taking off the plane.
It felt like amazing before. Nevertheless, i'd known i didn't have any goals where i've to go.
And i'd known that's wrong. I'm pretty sure that feeling was true.
Suddenly, we got crush. The plane's stop already on the roof top of the high building.
Without any information before and the passengers didn't know what did happen.
Then, we've to go out. I just found the escape. We got the escape. However, the plane's good. Very well.
There's no broken in any other body or something.
I got frustrated, why were we going out right know?
The plane's right. Very well.
After some of passengers were out. The plane's ready to go.
It's on and start to taking off. And it's already flying on my head. The plane's go away of us. The passengers.
We're left on the rooftop without any help and information.
When i realize, i were the only one who crying about it. About the plane. And about how did it take off on my head then flying away.

Then i woke up and the feeling doesn't go away.
I'm still remember how the plane's landing me on the rooftop then flying away.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

BRIEFING SIDANG SARJANA S1 GUNADARMA

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Hari ini pukul 12.30 sampai dengan 16.00 WIB telah berlangsung briefing dan temu alumni sidang sarjana S1. Sidang yang memenuhi ruangan D460 ini dihadiri oleh mahasiswa/i manajemen angkatan 2011. Semua mahasiswa tingkat akhir wajib mengikuti kegiatan yang biasa disebut pembekalan ini sebagai bahan informasi utama untuk keperluan sidang. Sebenarnya agak menyakitkan bahas ini duluan sedangkan sidangnya belum berlangsung., dan saya masih harus berjuang untuk dapat sidang di bulan Agustus ini. Mohon doanya :'(
Memang, kebijakan tahun  ini berbeda dengan tahun lalu, dan saya tidak tahu tahun lalu seperti apa .

Tahun ini, kami harus benar-benar menunjukkan tekad bahwa kami bersungguh-sungguh untuk kelulusan dan agar mendapat wisuda pertama di Bulan Oktober. Karena pendaftaran sidang dibuka dalam waktu 9 hari dengan waktu sidang 5 hari pada akhir bulan. We have to compete with our friend. Mungkin seperti latihan menyambut MEA sebelum kelulusan. :D
Jumlah angkatan 2011 yang cukup banyak ini mengharuskan kami bukan hanya berusaha keras, tapi juga berdoa dan bertawakal semoga pihak berwenang bisa menambahkan kuota sidang. hehehe. Di sisi lain, saya sambil menunggu keajaiban yang pasti Allah kirimkan agar kursus yang saya ikuti lancar dan saya bisa daftar sidang lebih awal. I swear that Allah never broke the promise.

Untuk teman-teman seangkatan yang mungkin tidak hadir briefing dan malu bertanya, tentu jangan sampai malu membaca. Check it out.

SYARAT SIDANG SARJANA S1

SYARAT AKADEMIK
- Telah memenuhi 152 sks (132 sks sudah terpenuhi hingga semester 7, ketika nilai semester 8 keluar jumlahnya menjadi 152)
- Lulus 15 Mata Kuliah Ujian Utama, dengan IPK min. 3
- Lulus Mata Kuliah Ujian Lokal, dengan nilai D maks. 4 (Tetapi tidak boleh pada mata kuliah Agama, Kewarganegaraan, Pancasila, Bahasa Inggris Bisnis 1 & 2, IBD, dan Bahasa Indonesia)
- Sudah lulus PI
- Sudah mendapatkan ACC skripsi

SYARAT ADMINISTRATIF
- Memiliki KRS Aktif
- Sudah mengikuti kursus dan workshop
- Sudah mengikuti test aptitude
- Sudah mengurus bebas perpustakaan

PROSEDUR PENGURUSAN SIDANG SARJANA S1
Sebelum kita memahami langkah-langkahnya, kita harus mengetahui dahulu bagaimana alurnya.
1. Ke Sekretariat Jurusan untuk meminta acc/izin kelengkapan syarat sidang
Yang harus dibawa:
- Formulir daftar sidang yang sudah diisi lengkap
- Fotokopi KRS Aktif
- Fotokopi DNU/DNS (Rangkuman nilai)
- Fotokopi Surat ACC Skripsi dan SK Skripsi (Bila skripsi)
- Fotokopi sertifikat kursus dan workshop (bila di Studentsite belum dicontreng)
- Fotokopi surat keterangan sudah lulus PI (bila di Studentsite belum dicontreng)

Jangan lupa di clip rapih, lalu dimasukan ke kotak yang sudah disediakan jurusan. Jika data sudah lengkap dan telah diinput, maka dari sekretariat jurusan akan menginformasikan untuk segera ke loket sidang untuk mendaftar.

2. Loket Sidang (BAAK Loket Sidang No. 13-16)
Jauh-jauh hari sebelum ke loket, dan ke sekretariat, kita sudah harus menginput data diri dan upload photo terbaru di studentsite. Saran saya, photonya hitam putih saja, biar bisa digunakan untuk daftar lainnya. Jangan lupa memenuhi syarat administrastif dan akademik juga pastinya.Setelah sekretariat bilang OK karena persyaratan kalian lengkap, lanjut ke loket sidang. Di sini, kalian cuma bawa:
SURAT BEBAS KEUANGAN yang diFOTOKOPI, lalu dibelakangnya diisi dengan:
- NPM
- NAMA LENGKAP
- JURUSAN
- TEMPAT, TANGGAL LAHIR
- ALAMAT LENGKAP
- KOTA
- KODE POS
- NO. TELEPON
- E-MAIL
- NAMA DOSEN PEMBIMBING (SKRIPSI)
lalu ditempelkan photo 2x3 hitam putih berbahan dove.

Bila sudah OK, kalian akan mendapatkan surat jadwal sidang yang tidak boleh hilang karena akan digunakan sampai kalian mengambil ijazah, transkrip nilai, dll.Disimpan saja baik-baik.
Lalu persiapkan materi dan PPT dengan template seperti PI dan selamat sidang di Kampus A, Jalan Kenari No. 13, Jakarta Pusat!

Good Luck!

Info selanjutnya menyusul guys :)





Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Be Happy, Mom ...

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Engkau..
Mungkin telah meninggalkan Aku sendiri
Berdiri di atas kaki ini sendiri
Mematung melihatnya menafkahi

Detik, menit, jam ...
Aku mencoba menghitung hari
Mungkin engkau akan kembali
Tetapi Aku hanya punya harap yang tak pasti

Aku hanya bisa melihatnya berdiri
Menatap iba dan penuh cinta kasih
Ayah Ibu pun tidak Dia miliki
Teganya, engkau meninggalkannya sendiri

Bali ...
Kota kelam yang tak akan kuingat kembali
Sungguh tak indah sama sekali
Aku tidak akan kembali

Dia ..
Hanya dia yang akan aku peluk hingga nanti
Hingga nafas ini berhenti
Allah, akan menjaganya untuk ini

Untuk keringat yang Ia beri
Untuk cinta yang penuh kasih

Dia ...
Tidak akan bisa tergantikan...
Karena Dia ...
Aku belajar memaafkan ...

Berbahagialah Mama ...

Sang Nahkoda

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Di tengah gelombang samudera Aku berdiri
Di atas kapal yang tengah oleng
Aku tak tahu apakah ia bocor, rusak, atau hanya oleng
Ombak itu menderanya kesana kemari

Kapal itu tengah berlayar mencari arah
Membaca navigasi dan titik koordinat
Namun ombak tak pernah berhenti menabrak
Kapal kian oleng dan terus bergerak

Aku, sang nahkoda
Mencoba memahami kapal ini sendiri
Di tengah ombak yang tak bisa berkompromi
Entah dimana kapal ini berhenti

Tidak, tidak ...
Bukan kapal ini yang harus menggerakan Aku
Aku, adalah sang nahkoda
Aku, yang harus mengarahkannya
Sampai ke tujuan

Mungkin, kapal itu akan tenggelam
Karena ombak, badai, dan topan
Tapi Aku, sang nahkoda
Aku punya apa yang Allah ciptakan

Tekad dan kemauan untuk sampai ke tujuan
Dengan otak dan akal yang diciptakan
Karena Aku, sang Nahkoda

Friday, June 19, 2015

The Travelers and The Plane Tree

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Two men were walking along one summer day. Soon it became too hot to go any further and, seeing a large plane tree nearby, they threw themselves on the ground to rest in its shade. Gazing up into the branches one man said to the other,

“What a useless tree this is. It does not have fruit or nuts that we can eat and we cannot even use its wood for anything.”

“Don’t be so ungrateful,” rustled the tree in reply. “I am being extremely useful to you at this very moment, shielding you from the hot sun. And you call me a good-for-nothing!”

Moral: All of God’s creations have a good purpose. We should never belittle God’s blessings.


Submitted By: Wafa Sadiq
Dubai UAE

Relative Clause

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1. The relative pronouns:

We use who and whom for people, and which for things.
We use that for people or things.

We use relative pronouns to introduce relative clauses, which tell us more about people and things.

2. Relative clauses to postmodify a noun 

We use relative clauses to postmodify a noun - to make clear which person or thing we are talking about. In these clauses we can have the relative pronoun whowhichwhose or that

as subject (see Clauses Sentences and Phrases)

Isn’t that the woman who lives across the road from you?
The police said the accident that happened last night was unavoidable
The newspaper reported that the tiger which killed its keeper has been put down.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the subject of the clause.
We do not repeat the subject:

*The woman who [she] lives across the road…
*The tiger which [it] killed its keeper …

as object of a clause (see Clauses, Sentences and Phrases)

Have you seen those people who we met on holiday?
You shouldn’t believe everything that you read in the newspaper.
The house that we rented in London was fully furnished.
The food was definitely the thing which I enjoyed most about our holiday.

- Sometimes we use whom instead of who when the relative pronoun is the object:

Have you seen those people whom we met on holiday?

- When the relative pronoun is object of its clause we sometimes leave it out:

Have you seen those people we met on holiday?
You shouldn’t believe everything you read in the newspaper.
The house we rented in London was fully furnished.
The food was definitely the thing I enjoyed most about our holiday.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the object of the clause.
We do not repeat the object:

Have you seen those people who we met [them] on holiday?
The house that we rented [it] in London was fully furnished.
The food was definitely the thing I enjoyed [it] most about our holiday.

as object of a preposition. When the relative pronoun is the object of a preposition we usually put the preposition after the verb.:

You were talking to a woman >>> Who was the woman who you were talking to?
My parents live in that house >>> That’s the house that my parents live in.
You were talking about a book. I haven’t read it. >>> I haven’t read the book which you were talking about.

- When the relative pronoun is the object of a preposition we usually leave it out:

Who was the woman you were talking to?
That’s the house my parents live in.

- Sometimes we use whom instead of who:

Who was that woman whom you were talking about.

- When we use whom or which the preposition sometimes comes at the beginning of the clause:

I haven’t read the book about which you were talking.

- We can use the possessive form, whose, in a relative clause:

I always forget that woman’s name >>> That’s the woman whose name I always forget.
I met a man whose brother works in Moscow.

3. Times and places

We also use when with times and where with places to make it clear which time or place we are talking about:

England won the world cup in 1996. It was the year when we got married.
I remember my twentieth birthday. It was the day when the tsunami happened.
Do you remember the place where we caught the train?
Stratford-upon-Avon is the town where Shakespeare was born.

... but we can leave out the word when:

England won the world cup in 1996. It was the year we got married.
I remember my twentieth birthday. It was the day the tsunami happened.

4. Giving additional information

 We use whowhomwhose, and which (but not that) in relative clauses to tell us more about a person or thing.

as subject (see Clauses, Sentences and Phrases)

My uncle, who was born in Hong Kong, lived most of his life overseas.
I have just read Orwell’s 1984, which is one of the most frightening books ever written.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the subject of the clause.
We do not repeat the subject:

My uncle, who [he] was born in Hong Kong, lived most of his life overseas.
I have just read Orwell’s 1984, which [it] is one of the most frightening books ever written.

as object (see Clauses, Sentences and Phrases)

We saw the latest Harry Potter film, which we really enjoyed.
My favourite actor is Marlon Brando, who I saw in “On the Waterfront”.

- we can use whom instead of who as object:

My favourite actor was Marlon Brando, whom I saw in “On the Waterfront”.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the object of the clause.
We do not repeat the object:

We saw the latest Harry Potter film, which we really enjoyed [it].
My favourite actor is Marlon Brando, who I saw [him] in “On the Waterfront”.

as object of a clause :

He finally met Paul McCartney, whom he had always admired.
We are going back to Venice, which we first visited thirty years ago.

We can also use who as the object.

He finally met Paul McCartney, who he had always admired.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the object of the clause.
We do not repeat the object:

He finally met Paul McCartney, whom he had always admired [him].
We are going back to Venice, which we first visited [it] thirty years ago.

as object of a preposition:

He decided to telephone Mrs. Jackson, who he had read about in the newspaper.
That’s the programme which we listened to last night.

- We sometimes use whom instead of who:

He decided to telephone Mrs. Jackson, whom he had read about in the newspaper.

- The preposition sometimes comes in front of the relative pronoun whom or which:

He decided to telephone Mrs. Jackson, about whom he had read in the newspaper.
That’s the programme to which we listened last night.

5.  Quantifiers and numbers with relative pronouns

 We often use quantifiers and numbers with relative pronouns:

many of whom - most of whom - one of which - none of whom
some of which - lots of whom - two of which - etc.

We can use them as subjectobject or object of a preposition.

She has three brothers two of whom are in the army.
I read three books last week, one of which I really enjoyed.
There were some good programmes on the radio, none of which I listened to.

6. Using  "which" to give more information

We often use the relative pronoun which to say something about a clause:

He was usually latewhich always annoyed his father.
We’ve missed our trainwhich means we may be late.

- See more at: https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/english-grammar/clause-phrase-and-sentence/verb-patterns/relative-clauses#sthash.W4qDz7MG.dpuf

Excercise 37, 38, 39

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Exercise 37:  Relative Clause

1. The last record which produced by this company became a gold record.

2. Checking accounts that require a minimum balance are very common now.

3. The professor whom you spoke yesterday is not here today.

4. John whose grades are the highest in the school has received a scholarship.

5. Felipe bought a camera which has three lenses.

6. Frank is the man who we are going to nominate for the office of treasurer.

7. The doctor is with a patient whose leg was broken in an accident.

8. Jane is the woman who is going to China next year.

9. Janet wants a typewriter that self-corrects.

10. The book which I found last week contains some useful information.

11. Mr. Bryant whose team has lost the game looks very sad.

12. James wrote an article which indicated that he disliked the president.

13. The director of the program who graduated from Harvard University is planning to retire next year.

14. This is the book that I have been looking for all year.

15. William whose brother is a lawyer wants to become a judge.

Exercise 38: Relative Clause Reduction

1. George is the man chosen to represent the committee at the convention.

2.  All of the money accepted has already been released.

3. The papers on the table belong to Patricia.

4.  The man brought to the police station confessed to the crime.

5. The girl drinking coffee is Mary Allen.

6. John's wife, a professor, has written several papers on this subject.

7. The man talking to the policeman is my uncle.

8.  The book on the top shelf is the one that I need.

9. The number of students counted is quite high.

10. Leo Evans, a doctor, eats in this restaurant every day.

  

Exercise 39: Subjunctive

1.  The teacher demanded the student to leave the room.

2.  Correct

3.  It was very important that we delayed discussion.

4. Correct

5. The King decreed the new laws to take effect the following months.

6. Correct

7. Correct

8. His father prefers him to attend a different university.

9. The faculty stipulated the rule to be abolished.

10. She urged us to find another alternative.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

How To Make Lasagna

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Lasagne: the Real Deal

Learn how to make classic Italian meat lasagne and then adapt it for a vegetarian twist

how to make lasagne
by Joyce Goldstein
fromFine Cooking 
Issue 82
How to cook fresh lasagne noodles
Prepare a large bowl of ice water. Slip the noodles, two or three at a time, into a big pot of boiling salted water and cook them until they’re tender and pale, 3 to 5 minutes (thinner noodles will cook more quickly). To make sure they’re done, taste a small piece. If it’s still tough, it needs a little more cooking (fresh pasta is not cooked al dente like dried pasta). Carefully scoop the noodles out with a large wire skimmer and slide them into the ice water to stop the cooking. When they’re cool, layer them between clean dish towels until you’re ready to assemble the lasagne.
  • how to make lasagne
    An ice bath halts the cooking. Fresh pasta noodles can overcook easily, so have a bowl of ice water ready to cool them quickly.
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    Towels prevent sticking. Layering the noodles between towels dries them and keeps them separate. They’ll keep this way for up to 2 hours.
Layering is quick
After all the lasagne components are prepared and the noodles are cooked, the final assembly is fast and gratifying. Start by clearing a good-size space on the counter to lay out all the components.
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    If one noodle doesn’t cover the whole dish, cut a second noodle to fit, overlapping it slightly with the previous noodle.
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    Spread the ragù over each layer of noodles, followed by the cream sauce and a sprinkle of Parmigiano.
Bake, refrigerate, or freeze
You can bake your assembled lasagne right away or refrigerate it for later. It will keep for at least a day in the fridge. Alternatively, you can freeze it for up to four months (make sure you wrap the dish tightly with plastic). Thaw the lasagne in the fridge and bring it to room temperature before baking.
I can’t say I make lasagne every week (I admit it’s a bit of a production), but when my family requests it, I’m a pushover. For us, it’s both a homey comfort food and a special occasion meal, perfect for a birthday party or a celebration with friends. It takes a little planning on my part—organizing the shopping, making fresh pasta, preparing the filling, and then setting aside a block of time to assemble the final dish—but the results are well worth the time spent in the kitchen. My beef and pork ragù lasagne is soft, rich, and oozing with deep flavors, and everyone always hopes there will be leftovers to take home.
Three essential components
My technique for making meat lasagne follows the classic northern-Italian approach, which relies on fresh egg pasta, homemade meat sauce, and besciamella (Italian for cream sauce).
Fresh egg pasta makes all the difference. Homemade lasagne noodles are thinner and more delicate than any store-bought pasta, and I like how they almost “float” and meld with the sauces. If you’ve never made your own pasta before, I encourage you to give it a try—it’s not as hard as you might think. I enjoy the meditative ritual of making the dough and folding and rolling silky sheets of pasta through my hand-cranked machine. But if time is short, you can buy fresh pasta sheets at a good pasta shop or use good-quality dried noodles instead. The results will still be excellent, if a little less ethereal.
Homemade ragù ensures satisfyingly rich lasagne. I make a beef and pork ragù that’s very close to the classic long-simmering Bolognese sauce. Although ground meat is convenient, I prefer to dice boneless chuck and pork shoulder myself because it gives the sauce a rustic feel, and I prefer its texture.
Besciamella keeps it soft and smooth. I soften the ragù’s density with homemade cream sauce, which adds richness and helps give lasagne a smooth, creamy texture. I don’t use ricotta or mozzarella in my meat lasagne because I find that the besciamella provides all the richness I need yet keeps the lasagne light.
Sometimes I go vegetarian, replacing the meat sauce with a spinach and ricotta filling. And, because this combination is rather mild, I add a flavorful tomato sauce that’s relatively quick to make. It provides both sweetness and an acidic element that brings the dish together.
Spread out the cooking
Start to finish, my lasagne takes five or six hours to put together, but you don’t have to do it all at once. I make the ragù up to four days ahead and refrigerate it in an airtight container. In fact, I often prepare a double batch and freeze half for a pasta supper. I make the pasta noodles one day, and the next day I cook the noodles, make the cream sauce (while I wait for the pasta water to boil), and assemble the lasagne, which doesn’t take more than 30 minutes. Once it’s assembled, you can bake the dish right away, refrigerate it overnight, or freeze it.
Ref: http://www.finecooking.com/articles/lasagne-the-real-deal.aspx?pg=2

Cow Story

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Cow Story :



Once up a time there were three cows. Daddy cow (also known as a bull), Mummy cow and Baby cow. They lived in a field beside another field that was used as a car park.

The cows did not do very much, all they did was eat grass and chew the cud.

“I’m bored,” Baby cow said one day.

“Here the farmer has left the gate open,” Mummy cow said.

The three cows looked at each other. They could go into the next field that was full of cars.

“Shhh,” said Daddy cow (also known as a bull). “Let’s go in and see what’s what. There’s nobody about.”

The three cows wandered into the neighboring field and looked about. There were lots of cars. They had seen people get in and out of them and drive them about.

“I want a shot.” Baby cow said.

“OK son,” said Daddy cow (also known as a bull), “You go and see if you can get in one.”

Baby cow walked around the car-park, he tried the handles of all the cars until he found one that opened. He used his hoof to open the door and crawled into the driver’s seat.

“Hey look I’m driving a car,” he said as he turned the wheel. “Look.”

“Very good son,” Mummy cow said. “I bet I can get right round the car-park without touching the ground.

“How are you going to do that?” Daddy cow (also known as a bull) asked.

“By jumping from one car to another.” Mummy cow replied.

“OK, I’ll time you.”

“How are you going to do that?”

“By counting.”

Mummy cow walked over to the nearest car. “Ready,” she shouted.

“On your marks, get set, GO.” Then Mummy cow jumped onto the first car and then leaving hoof prints on the bonnet jumped onto the next car leaving a nice cloven-hoofed imprint. She managed to get onto the fifth car before falling onto the ground.”

“That was fun,” she said. “how did I do?”

“Three.” Replied Daddy cow (also known as a bull).

“Three is that all?”

“Well yes, I don’t know what comes after three, so that’s all you managed.” “Right your turn?” I’ll count for you.

So Daddy cow (also known as a bull) jumped onto the first car leaving an even bigger hoof print to the one already there and started jumping from one car to the next.

“Hey look this puts some lights on,” Baby cow said as he found the lights. Then he found the windscreen wipers. “What are these for?”

“They’re in case your windscreen gets muddy.” Mummy cow said, forgetting about her counting. “Look I’ll put some mud on them for you.” She then proceeded to kick some mud onto the front of the car. The wipers started to squeak and bend as they struggled to wipe away the mud until they broke.

“Hey, you’re supposed to be timing me.” Daddy cow (also known as a bull) shouted as he slipped off a car.

“Three,” Mummy cow shouted. “So it’s a draw.”

“Hey look someone is coming.” Baby cow shouted.

“Quick scarper, back into our field,” Daddy cow (also known as a bull) bellowed. The three cows then ran back into their field. Mummy cow caught the gate with a hoof and pulled it shut just as some people walked back into the car park.

The three cows looked at each other and watched as the people walked up and down and scratched their heads. One or two of them looked at the cows and pointed at them and then pointed to the hoof prints on the cars.

The three cows just looked back chewing their cud as cows do.

“Moo,” said Mummy cow.

“Moo,” replied Baby cow.


Ref: http://www.english-for-students.com/cow-story.html

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Regret

You may not be the last or you'll be regret.
I've to be the first then trying my best for everything.
Because I don't want to regret and miss any thing.
Especially the special and rare one.
I'd learn before about something that'll be regret.
I don't want to feel guilty so much.
So, you or i may not be the last for everything. Or we're gonna be regret.

The dream about the plane

I got a dream.
I don't know what kind of it. The good or the bad one.
I were flying with the plane and the pilot didn't know i were there with another passengers.
But i'd known the pilot before.
My plan was just wanted to know how the pilot was taking off the plane.
It felt like amazing before. Nevertheless, i'd known i didn't have any goals where i've to go.
And i'd known that's wrong. I'm pretty sure that feeling was true.
Suddenly, we got crush. The plane's stop already on the roof top of the high building.
Without any information before and the passengers didn't know what did happen.
Then, we've to go out. I just found the escape. We got the escape. However, the plane's good. Very well.
There's no broken in any other body or something.
I got frustrated, why were we going out right know?
The plane's right. Very well.
After some of passengers were out. The plane's ready to go.
It's on and start to taking off. And it's already flying on my head. The plane's go away of us. The passengers.
We're left on the rooftop without any help and information.
When i realize, i were the only one who crying about it. About the plane. And about how did it take off on my head then flying away.

Then i woke up and the feeling doesn't go away.
I'm still remember how the plane's landing me on the rooftop then flying away.

Sunday, August 9, 2015

BRIEFING SIDANG SARJANA S1 GUNADARMA

Hari ini pukul 12.30 sampai dengan 16.00 WIB telah berlangsung briefing dan temu alumni sidang sarjana S1. Sidang yang memenuhi ruangan D460 ini dihadiri oleh mahasiswa/i manajemen angkatan 2011. Semua mahasiswa tingkat akhir wajib mengikuti kegiatan yang biasa disebut pembekalan ini sebagai bahan informasi utama untuk keperluan sidang. Sebenarnya agak menyakitkan bahas ini duluan sedangkan sidangnya belum berlangsung., dan saya masih harus berjuang untuk dapat sidang di bulan Agustus ini. Mohon doanya :'(
Memang, kebijakan tahun  ini berbeda dengan tahun lalu, dan saya tidak tahu tahun lalu seperti apa .

Tahun ini, kami harus benar-benar menunjukkan tekad bahwa kami bersungguh-sungguh untuk kelulusan dan agar mendapat wisuda pertama di Bulan Oktober. Karena pendaftaran sidang dibuka dalam waktu 9 hari dengan waktu sidang 5 hari pada akhir bulan. We have to compete with our friend. Mungkin seperti latihan menyambut MEA sebelum kelulusan. :D
Jumlah angkatan 2011 yang cukup banyak ini mengharuskan kami bukan hanya berusaha keras, tapi juga berdoa dan bertawakal semoga pihak berwenang bisa menambahkan kuota sidang. hehehe. Di sisi lain, saya sambil menunggu keajaiban yang pasti Allah kirimkan agar kursus yang saya ikuti lancar dan saya bisa daftar sidang lebih awal. I swear that Allah never broke the promise.

Untuk teman-teman seangkatan yang mungkin tidak hadir briefing dan malu bertanya, tentu jangan sampai malu membaca. Check it out.

SYARAT SIDANG SARJANA S1

SYARAT AKADEMIK
- Telah memenuhi 152 sks (132 sks sudah terpenuhi hingga semester 7, ketika nilai semester 8 keluar jumlahnya menjadi 152)
- Lulus 15 Mata Kuliah Ujian Utama, dengan IPK min. 3
- Lulus Mata Kuliah Ujian Lokal, dengan nilai D maks. 4 (Tetapi tidak boleh pada mata kuliah Agama, Kewarganegaraan, Pancasila, Bahasa Inggris Bisnis 1 & 2, IBD, dan Bahasa Indonesia)
- Sudah lulus PI
- Sudah mendapatkan ACC skripsi

SYARAT ADMINISTRATIF
- Memiliki KRS Aktif
- Sudah mengikuti kursus dan workshop
- Sudah mengikuti test aptitude
- Sudah mengurus bebas perpustakaan

PROSEDUR PENGURUSAN SIDANG SARJANA S1
Sebelum kita memahami langkah-langkahnya, kita harus mengetahui dahulu bagaimana alurnya.
1. Ke Sekretariat Jurusan untuk meminta acc/izin kelengkapan syarat sidang
Yang harus dibawa:
- Formulir daftar sidang yang sudah diisi lengkap
- Fotokopi KRS Aktif
- Fotokopi DNU/DNS (Rangkuman nilai)
- Fotokopi Surat ACC Skripsi dan SK Skripsi (Bila skripsi)
- Fotokopi sertifikat kursus dan workshop (bila di Studentsite belum dicontreng)
- Fotokopi surat keterangan sudah lulus PI (bila di Studentsite belum dicontreng)

Jangan lupa di clip rapih, lalu dimasukan ke kotak yang sudah disediakan jurusan. Jika data sudah lengkap dan telah diinput, maka dari sekretariat jurusan akan menginformasikan untuk segera ke loket sidang untuk mendaftar.

2. Loket Sidang (BAAK Loket Sidang No. 13-16)
Jauh-jauh hari sebelum ke loket, dan ke sekretariat, kita sudah harus menginput data diri dan upload photo terbaru di studentsite. Saran saya, photonya hitam putih saja, biar bisa digunakan untuk daftar lainnya. Jangan lupa memenuhi syarat administrastif dan akademik juga pastinya.Setelah sekretariat bilang OK karena persyaratan kalian lengkap, lanjut ke loket sidang. Di sini, kalian cuma bawa:
SURAT BEBAS KEUANGAN yang diFOTOKOPI, lalu dibelakangnya diisi dengan:
- NPM
- NAMA LENGKAP
- JURUSAN
- TEMPAT, TANGGAL LAHIR
- ALAMAT LENGKAP
- KOTA
- KODE POS
- NO. TELEPON
- E-MAIL
- NAMA DOSEN PEMBIMBING (SKRIPSI)
lalu ditempelkan photo 2x3 hitam putih berbahan dove.

Bila sudah OK, kalian akan mendapatkan surat jadwal sidang yang tidak boleh hilang karena akan digunakan sampai kalian mengambil ijazah, transkrip nilai, dll.Disimpan saja baik-baik.
Lalu persiapkan materi dan PPT dengan template seperti PI dan selamat sidang di Kampus A, Jalan Kenari No. 13, Jakarta Pusat!

Good Luck!

Info selanjutnya menyusul guys :)





Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Be Happy, Mom ...

Engkau..
Mungkin telah meninggalkan Aku sendiri
Berdiri di atas kaki ini sendiri
Mematung melihatnya menafkahi

Detik, menit, jam ...
Aku mencoba menghitung hari
Mungkin engkau akan kembali
Tetapi Aku hanya punya harap yang tak pasti

Aku hanya bisa melihatnya berdiri
Menatap iba dan penuh cinta kasih
Ayah Ibu pun tidak Dia miliki
Teganya, engkau meninggalkannya sendiri

Bali ...
Kota kelam yang tak akan kuingat kembali
Sungguh tak indah sama sekali
Aku tidak akan kembali

Dia ..
Hanya dia yang akan aku peluk hingga nanti
Hingga nafas ini berhenti
Allah, akan menjaganya untuk ini

Untuk keringat yang Ia beri
Untuk cinta yang penuh kasih

Dia ...
Tidak akan bisa tergantikan...
Karena Dia ...
Aku belajar memaafkan ...

Berbahagialah Mama ...

Sang Nahkoda

Di tengah gelombang samudera Aku berdiri
Di atas kapal yang tengah oleng
Aku tak tahu apakah ia bocor, rusak, atau hanya oleng
Ombak itu menderanya kesana kemari

Kapal itu tengah berlayar mencari arah
Membaca navigasi dan titik koordinat
Namun ombak tak pernah berhenti menabrak
Kapal kian oleng dan terus bergerak

Aku, sang nahkoda
Mencoba memahami kapal ini sendiri
Di tengah ombak yang tak bisa berkompromi
Entah dimana kapal ini berhenti

Tidak, tidak ...
Bukan kapal ini yang harus menggerakan Aku
Aku, adalah sang nahkoda
Aku, yang harus mengarahkannya
Sampai ke tujuan

Mungkin, kapal itu akan tenggelam
Karena ombak, badai, dan topan
Tapi Aku, sang nahkoda
Aku punya apa yang Allah ciptakan

Tekad dan kemauan untuk sampai ke tujuan
Dengan otak dan akal yang diciptakan
Karena Aku, sang Nahkoda

Friday, June 19, 2015

The Travelers and The Plane Tree

Two men were walking along one summer day. Soon it became too hot to go any further and, seeing a large plane tree nearby, they threw themselves on the ground to rest in its shade. Gazing up into the branches one man said to the other,

“What a useless tree this is. It does not have fruit or nuts that we can eat and we cannot even use its wood for anything.”

“Don’t be so ungrateful,” rustled the tree in reply. “I am being extremely useful to you at this very moment, shielding you from the hot sun. And you call me a good-for-nothing!”

Moral: All of God’s creations have a good purpose. We should never belittle God’s blessings.


Submitted By: Wafa Sadiq
Dubai UAE

Relative Clause

1. The relative pronouns:

We use who and whom for people, and which for things.
We use that for people or things.

We use relative pronouns to introduce relative clauses, which tell us more about people and things.

2. Relative clauses to postmodify a noun 

We use relative clauses to postmodify a noun - to make clear which person or thing we are talking about. In these clauses we can have the relative pronoun whowhichwhose or that

as subject (see Clauses Sentences and Phrases)

Isn’t that the woman who lives across the road from you?
The police said the accident that happened last night was unavoidable
The newspaper reported that the tiger which killed its keeper has been put down.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the subject of the clause.
We do not repeat the subject:

*The woman who [she] lives across the road…
*The tiger which [it] killed its keeper …

as object of a clause (see Clauses, Sentences and Phrases)

Have you seen those people who we met on holiday?
You shouldn’t believe everything that you read in the newspaper.
The house that we rented in London was fully furnished.
The food was definitely the thing which I enjoyed most about our holiday.

- Sometimes we use whom instead of who when the relative pronoun is the object:

Have you seen those people whom we met on holiday?

- When the relative pronoun is object of its clause we sometimes leave it out:

Have you seen those people we met on holiday?
You shouldn’t believe everything you read in the newspaper.
The house we rented in London was fully furnished.
The food was definitely the thing I enjoyed most about our holiday.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the object of the clause.
We do not repeat the object:

Have you seen those people who we met [them] on holiday?
The house that we rented [it] in London was fully furnished.
The food was definitely the thing I enjoyed [it] most about our holiday.

as object of a preposition. When the relative pronoun is the object of a preposition we usually put the preposition after the verb.:

You were talking to a woman >>> Who was the woman who you were talking to?
My parents live in that house >>> That’s the house that my parents live in.
You were talking about a book. I haven’t read it. >>> I haven’t read the book which you were talking about.

- When the relative pronoun is the object of a preposition we usually leave it out:

Who was the woman you were talking to?
That’s the house my parents live in.

- Sometimes we use whom instead of who:

Who was that woman whom you were talking about.

- When we use whom or which the preposition sometimes comes at the beginning of the clause:

I haven’t read the book about which you were talking.

- We can use the possessive form, whose, in a relative clause:

I always forget that woman’s name >>> That’s the woman whose name I always forget.
I met a man whose brother works in Moscow.

3. Times and places

We also use when with times and where with places to make it clear which time or place we are talking about:

England won the world cup in 1996. It was the year when we got married.
I remember my twentieth birthday. It was the day when the tsunami happened.
Do you remember the place where we caught the train?
Stratford-upon-Avon is the town where Shakespeare was born.

... but we can leave out the word when:

England won the world cup in 1996. It was the year we got married.
I remember my twentieth birthday. It was the day the tsunami happened.

4. Giving additional information

 We use whowhomwhose, and which (but not that) in relative clauses to tell us more about a person or thing.

as subject (see Clauses, Sentences and Phrases)

My uncle, who was born in Hong Kong, lived most of his life overseas.
I have just read Orwell’s 1984, which is one of the most frightening books ever written.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the subject of the clause.
We do not repeat the subject:

My uncle, who [he] was born in Hong Kong, lived most of his life overseas.
I have just read Orwell’s 1984, which [it] is one of the most frightening books ever written.

as object (see Clauses, Sentences and Phrases)

We saw the latest Harry Potter film, which we really enjoyed.
My favourite actor is Marlon Brando, who I saw in “On the Waterfront”.

- we can use whom instead of who as object:

My favourite actor was Marlon Brando, whom I saw in “On the Waterfront”.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the object of the clause.
We do not repeat the object:

We saw the latest Harry Potter film, which we really enjoyed [it].
My favourite actor is Marlon Brando, who I saw [him] in “On the Waterfront”.

as object of a clause :

He finally met Paul McCartney, whom he had always admired.
We are going back to Venice, which we first visited thirty years ago.

We can also use who as the object.

He finally met Paul McCartney, who he had always admired.

WARNING:
The relative pronoun is the object of the clause.
We do not repeat the object:

He finally met Paul McCartney, whom he had always admired [him].
We are going back to Venice, which we first visited [it] thirty years ago.

as object of a preposition:

He decided to telephone Mrs. Jackson, who he had read about in the newspaper.
That’s the programme which we listened to last night.

- We sometimes use whom instead of who:

He decided to telephone Mrs. Jackson, whom he had read about in the newspaper.

- The preposition sometimes comes in front of the relative pronoun whom or which:

He decided to telephone Mrs. Jackson, about whom he had read in the newspaper.
That’s the programme to which we listened last night.

5.  Quantifiers and numbers with relative pronouns

 We often use quantifiers and numbers with relative pronouns:

many of whom - most of whom - one of which - none of whom
some of which - lots of whom - two of which - etc.

We can use them as subjectobject or object of a preposition.

She has three brothers two of whom are in the army.
I read three books last week, one of which I really enjoyed.
There were some good programmes on the radio, none of which I listened to.

6. Using  "which" to give more information

We often use the relative pronoun which to say something about a clause:

He was usually latewhich always annoyed his father.
We’ve missed our trainwhich means we may be late.

- See more at: https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/english-grammar/clause-phrase-and-sentence/verb-patterns/relative-clauses#sthash.W4qDz7MG.dpuf

Excercise 37, 38, 39

Exercise 37:  Relative Clause

1. The last record which produced by this company became a gold record.

2. Checking accounts that require a minimum balance are very common now.

3. The professor whom you spoke yesterday is not here today.

4. John whose grades are the highest in the school has received a scholarship.

5. Felipe bought a camera which has three lenses.

6. Frank is the man who we are going to nominate for the office of treasurer.

7. The doctor is with a patient whose leg was broken in an accident.

8. Jane is the woman who is going to China next year.

9. Janet wants a typewriter that self-corrects.

10. The book which I found last week contains some useful information.

11. Mr. Bryant whose team has lost the game looks very sad.

12. James wrote an article which indicated that he disliked the president.

13. The director of the program who graduated from Harvard University is planning to retire next year.

14. This is the book that I have been looking for all year.

15. William whose brother is a lawyer wants to become a judge.

Exercise 38: Relative Clause Reduction

1. George is the man chosen to represent the committee at the convention.

2.  All of the money accepted has already been released.

3. The papers on the table belong to Patricia.

4.  The man brought to the police station confessed to the crime.

5. The girl drinking coffee is Mary Allen.

6. John's wife, a professor, has written several papers on this subject.

7. The man talking to the policeman is my uncle.

8.  The book on the top shelf is the one that I need.

9. The number of students counted is quite high.

10. Leo Evans, a doctor, eats in this restaurant every day.

  

Exercise 39: Subjunctive

1.  The teacher demanded the student to leave the room.

2.  Correct

3.  It was very important that we delayed discussion.

4. Correct

5. The King decreed the new laws to take effect the following months.

6. Correct

7. Correct

8. His father prefers him to attend a different university.

9. The faculty stipulated the rule to be abolished.

10. She urged us to find another alternative.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

How To Make Lasagna

Lasagne: the Real Deal

Learn how to make classic Italian meat lasagne and then adapt it for a vegetarian twist

how to make lasagne
by Joyce Goldstein
fromFine Cooking 
Issue 82
How to cook fresh lasagne noodles
Prepare a large bowl of ice water. Slip the noodles, two or three at a time, into a big pot of boiling salted water and cook them until they’re tender and pale, 3 to 5 minutes (thinner noodles will cook more quickly). To make sure they’re done, taste a small piece. If it’s still tough, it needs a little more cooking (fresh pasta is not cooked al dente like dried pasta). Carefully scoop the noodles out with a large wire skimmer and slide them into the ice water to stop the cooking. When they’re cool, layer them between clean dish towels until you’re ready to assemble the lasagne.
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    An ice bath halts the cooking. Fresh pasta noodles can overcook easily, so have a bowl of ice water ready to cool them quickly.
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    Towels prevent sticking. Layering the noodles between towels dries them and keeps them separate. They’ll keep this way for up to 2 hours.
Layering is quick
After all the lasagne components are prepared and the noodles are cooked, the final assembly is fast and gratifying. Start by clearing a good-size space on the counter to lay out all the components.
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    If one noodle doesn’t cover the whole dish, cut a second noodle to fit, overlapping it slightly with the previous noodle.
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    Spread the ragù over each layer of noodles, followed by the cream sauce and a sprinkle of Parmigiano.
Bake, refrigerate, or freeze
You can bake your assembled lasagne right away or refrigerate it for later. It will keep for at least a day in the fridge. Alternatively, you can freeze it for up to four months (make sure you wrap the dish tightly with plastic). Thaw the lasagne in the fridge and bring it to room temperature before baking.
I can’t say I make lasagne every week (I admit it’s a bit of a production), but when my family requests it, I’m a pushover. For us, it’s both a homey comfort food and a special occasion meal, perfect for a birthday party or a celebration with friends. It takes a little planning on my part—organizing the shopping, making fresh pasta, preparing the filling, and then setting aside a block of time to assemble the final dish—but the results are well worth the time spent in the kitchen. My beef and pork ragù lasagne is soft, rich, and oozing with deep flavors, and everyone always hopes there will be leftovers to take home.
Three essential components
My technique for making meat lasagne follows the classic northern-Italian approach, which relies on fresh egg pasta, homemade meat sauce, and besciamella (Italian for cream sauce).
Fresh egg pasta makes all the difference. Homemade lasagne noodles are thinner and more delicate than any store-bought pasta, and I like how they almost “float” and meld with the sauces. If you’ve never made your own pasta before, I encourage you to give it a try—it’s not as hard as you might think. I enjoy the meditative ritual of making the dough and folding and rolling silky sheets of pasta through my hand-cranked machine. But if time is short, you can buy fresh pasta sheets at a good pasta shop or use good-quality dried noodles instead. The results will still be excellent, if a little less ethereal.
Homemade ragù ensures satisfyingly rich lasagne. I make a beef and pork ragù that’s very close to the classic long-simmering Bolognese sauce. Although ground meat is convenient, I prefer to dice boneless chuck and pork shoulder myself because it gives the sauce a rustic feel, and I prefer its texture.
Besciamella keeps it soft and smooth. I soften the ragù’s density with homemade cream sauce, which adds richness and helps give lasagne a smooth, creamy texture. I don’t use ricotta or mozzarella in my meat lasagne because I find that the besciamella provides all the richness I need yet keeps the lasagne light.
Sometimes I go vegetarian, replacing the meat sauce with a spinach and ricotta filling. And, because this combination is rather mild, I add a flavorful tomato sauce that’s relatively quick to make. It provides both sweetness and an acidic element that brings the dish together.
Spread out the cooking
Start to finish, my lasagne takes five or six hours to put together, but you don’t have to do it all at once. I make the ragù up to four days ahead and refrigerate it in an airtight container. In fact, I often prepare a double batch and freeze half for a pasta supper. I make the pasta noodles one day, and the next day I cook the noodles, make the cream sauce (while I wait for the pasta water to boil), and assemble the lasagne, which doesn’t take more than 30 minutes. Once it’s assembled, you can bake the dish right away, refrigerate it overnight, or freeze it.
Ref: http://www.finecooking.com/articles/lasagne-the-real-deal.aspx?pg=2

Cow Story

Cow Story :



Once up a time there were three cows. Daddy cow (also known as a bull), Mummy cow and Baby cow. They lived in a field beside another field that was used as a car park.

The cows did not do very much, all they did was eat grass and chew the cud.

“I’m bored,” Baby cow said one day.

“Here the farmer has left the gate open,” Mummy cow said.

The three cows looked at each other. They could go into the next field that was full of cars.

“Shhh,” said Daddy cow (also known as a bull). “Let’s go in and see what’s what. There’s nobody about.”

The three cows wandered into the neighboring field and looked about. There were lots of cars. They had seen people get in and out of them and drive them about.

“I want a shot.” Baby cow said.

“OK son,” said Daddy cow (also known as a bull), “You go and see if you can get in one.”

Baby cow walked around the car-park, he tried the handles of all the cars until he found one that opened. He used his hoof to open the door and crawled into the driver’s seat.

“Hey look I’m driving a car,” he said as he turned the wheel. “Look.”

“Very good son,” Mummy cow said. “I bet I can get right round the car-park without touching the ground.

“How are you going to do that?” Daddy cow (also known as a bull) asked.

“By jumping from one car to another.” Mummy cow replied.

“OK, I’ll time you.”

“How are you going to do that?”

“By counting.”

Mummy cow walked over to the nearest car. “Ready,” she shouted.

“On your marks, get set, GO.” Then Mummy cow jumped onto the first car and then leaving hoof prints on the bonnet jumped onto the next car leaving a nice cloven-hoofed imprint. She managed to get onto the fifth car before falling onto the ground.”

“That was fun,” she said. “how did I do?”

“Three.” Replied Daddy cow (also known as a bull).

“Three is that all?”

“Well yes, I don’t know what comes after three, so that’s all you managed.” “Right your turn?” I’ll count for you.

So Daddy cow (also known as a bull) jumped onto the first car leaving an even bigger hoof print to the one already there and started jumping from one car to the next.

“Hey look this puts some lights on,” Baby cow said as he found the lights. Then he found the windscreen wipers. “What are these for?”

“They’re in case your windscreen gets muddy.” Mummy cow said, forgetting about her counting. “Look I’ll put some mud on them for you.” She then proceeded to kick some mud onto the front of the car. The wipers started to squeak and bend as they struggled to wipe away the mud until they broke.

“Hey, you’re supposed to be timing me.” Daddy cow (also known as a bull) shouted as he slipped off a car.

“Three,” Mummy cow shouted. “So it’s a draw.”

“Hey look someone is coming.” Baby cow shouted.

“Quick scarper, back into our field,” Daddy cow (also known as a bull) bellowed. The three cows then ran back into their field. Mummy cow caught the gate with a hoof and pulled it shut just as some people walked back into the car park.

The three cows looked at each other and watched as the people walked up and down and scratched their heads. One or two of them looked at the cows and pointed at them and then pointed to the hoof prints on the cars.

The three cows just looked back chewing their cud as cows do.

“Moo,” said Mummy cow.

“Moo,” replied Baby cow.


Ref: http://www.english-for-students.com/cow-story.html
 

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