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#EngQuiz: Guess the English Indonesian Words!

Hey fellas :) How has your Saturday been? Getting ready for tomorrow’s Independence Day celebration? :D

In the spirit of Indonesia’s Independence Day, want to play a bit of #EngQuiz related to Indonesia? :)

Dear, it’s Independence :) “@rizkyalearner: Making effort to win a competition as participation to celebrate independent day hihi :3″

So, I am going to give you some questions and you have to guess the answers which are (hint!) English Indonesian words :) #EngQuiz

Are we ready? The quickest and right answers will get an RT :D annnnnd GO!

 

QUESTIONS

Q1. One bean, two bean, billion beans, stuck together, I am good for you, the world claims so. What’s my name?

Q2. I am a nursery rhyme in Indonesia, somehow related to an old woman. Who am I?

Q3. Dong, dong, dong….. That’s my similar sounding if someone hits me. It doesn’t hurt though because I am heavier. What am I?

Q4. I am sharp but I have no straight pose. I look like a wiggly line. I can be very sacred to most Indonesian traditions. I am a..

Q5. So, I am brown, usually. Lots of hairs. We are like human and we hope that human will appreciate us better. I am an….

 

PS: It’s English Indonesian so make sure you answer it in its English form :D You have 30 minutes to answer :D

@iamnadiiaa: this is confusing too much many things can be related to this Q” Hmm, try search it in http://englishtips4u.com  :)

 

Thank you for your answers, fellas!! Now I will be sharing the quickest and right ones :)

 

ANSWERS

A1. From Q1 it’s name is “@aanggini: Tempe!”

TEMPE

A2. Wow, so no one really knows me? I am a “@febyanisaa: Cockatoo”. I am in this nursery rhyme :) “@kaiyeolpls: burung kakaktua hinggap di jendela nenek sudah tua giginya tinggal duaaa”

sulphur-crested_cockatoo

A3. Dong… dong… dong… I am “@febyanisaa: A gong”

COLLECTIE_TROPENMUSEUM_Gong_hangend_in_een_standaard_onderdeel_van_gamelan_Semar_Pagulingan_TMnr_1340-13

A4. I am “@LasmaMikha: a Kris”. In English “keris” is written “kris”, this can be checked on most online dictionaries :). Re A4, and sometimes it has to be capital K so it’s “Kris”.

KerisSemar

A5. Most got me right, but not quite on how you write it in English, I am an “@rossioktaviani: Orangutan” or orang-utan

Bornean orang-utan (Pongo pygmaeus); Tanjung Puting National Park, South Kalimantan (K. Selatan), Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo), Indonesia

 

Thank you so much fellas for your participation! :D More information on the words today, check https://englishtips4u.com/2014/05/12/engtrivia-english-indonesian/ … :D

 

@glendamutia: u have a good riddle guys :O” :D you should have joined too :)

@miaa_yeppow: hey.. it was pretty good, n I cant wait for 2morrow, may Indonesia become more better than last year:-)

@Miss_Qiak: Thanks. I didn’t know it is written so in English. ;) “@EnglishTips4U: A4. In English “keris” is written “kris”, … #EngQuiz

“@rossioktaviani: Nah! RT @EnglishTips4U: A4. In English “keris” is written “kris”, this can be checked on most online dictionaries :)”

 

English will always evolve and seems that global English absorbs Indonesian/Malay words as well, we know the latest is “sambal

 

Who would know if Indonesian English or English Indonesian would exist? Yet it doesn’t mean kicking out Bahasa Indonesia itself

 

Hope you will have a great day tomorrow on Indonesia’s Independence Day :)

 

Compiled and written by @daedonghae at @EnglishTips4u on August 16, 2014

 

Image Sources:

http://assets.worldwildlife.org/

http://luk.staff.ugm.ac.id/keris/Jawa/KerisSemar.jpg

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/76/COLLECTIE_TROPENMUSEUM_Gong_hangend_in_een_standaard_onderdeel_van_gamelan_Semar_Pagulingan_TMnr_1340-13.jpg

http://www.birdsinbackyards.net/sites/www.birdsinbackyards.net/files/factsheets/images/hero/sulphur-crested_cockatoo.jpg

http://rumahnegeriku.com/site/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/TEMPE.jpg

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#EngQuiz: help fix these mistakes (2)

Hello, fellas. What’s up? Do you remember our session last week where I asked for your help to fix some sentences I got from my email? :)

Well, today I need your help again. I’ve prepared 10 sentences or phrases with mistakes. Please fix or correct them. And please don’t forget capitalization, fellas. Especially every time you type the word “I”. :)

  1. I will inform to another participants.
  2. Off course you can, with pleasure i will prepare LCD projector in this afternoon.
  3. Commands & Suggestions E-mail: email@email.com
  4. What’s lesson you will give today?
  5. no made booking yet (PS: mungkin maksudnya pemesanan belum dilakukan)
  6. I have eliminate 2 names since that persons have resigned.
  7. There are some revision on participants name list.
  8. I’m afraid there will be more people skip the class.
  9. We looking forward to get schedule for test.
  10. how the course gonna take (PS: mungkin maksudnya bagaimana kursusnya akan berjalan)

ANSWERS

  1. I will inform other participants.
  2. Of course, you can. With pleasure I will prepare the LCD projector this afternoon.
  3. For comments and suggestions, please email: email@email.com.
  4. What lesson will you give today?
  5. No booking has been made yet.
  6. I have eliminated 2 names since those people have resigned.
  7. There are some revisions on the participants’ name list.
  8. I’m afraid there will be more people skipping the class.
  9. We are looking forward to getting the schedule for the test./ We look forward to the schedule of the test.
  10. How is the course going to be held?

Source: writer’s personal emails

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on May 12, 2014

#EngQuiz: help fix these mistakes

So sad reading this article. How could editor(s) of national newspaper let misspellings out of their sight? –> Urusan Berbahasa Inggris, Kita Memang Keteteran.

Talking about mistakes, I need your help to correct some mistakes I got from emails I received. :)

  1. Please find attach the class attendance from the teacher.
  2. Due to all participant didn’t fulfilled minimum requirement, none of our employee are pass the course.
  3. We have assign meeting room as the venue.
  4. Pak Agus (my assistance) also have to attend the meeting.
  5. One of our venue full book at 15.00 on ward.

ANSWERS

  1. Please find attached the class attendance from the teacher.
  2. Because all participants didn’t fulfill the minimum requirement, none of our employees passes the course.
  3. We have assigned the meeting room as the venue.
  4. Pak Agus (my assistant) also has to attend the meeting.
  5. One of our venues is fully booked from 15.00 onward.

Source: writer’s personal emails

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on May 5, 2014

#EngQuiz: Indonesian heroines

To commemorate Kartini, tonight I’d like to throw an on Indonesian heroines. Test your knowledge and participate in the quiz. :)

The rule of the is easy; you just need to choose between TRUE or FALSE for each statement stated in each number. Easy, right? :)

Let’s start!

  1. Kartini was born in Rembang, Central Java.
  2. Kartini’s full name was Raden Adjeng Kartini.
  3. Cut Nyak Dhien was a leader of the Acehnese guerrilla forces during the Aceh War.
  4. Cut Nyak Dhien died young.
  5. Martha Christina Tiahahu was a freedom fighter and Indonesian National Heroine from North Sulawesi.
  6. Martha Christina Tiahahu died when she was only 17.
  7. Raden Dewi Sartika founded the first school for women in Dutch East Indies.
  8. Raden Dewi Sartika was married to a school teacher.
  9. Maria Walanda Maramis was an Indonesian National Heroine from Manado, North Sulawesi.
  10. Maria Walanda Maramis was a language teacher.

ANSWERS

  1. False
  2. True
  3. True
  4. False
  5. False
  6. True
  7. True
  8. True
  9. True
  10. False

Sources: Kartini, Cut Nyak DhienMartha Christina Tiahahu, Dewi Sartika, and Maria Walanda Maramis on Wikipedia.

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on April 21, 2014

#EngQuiz: test your knowledge on common English abbreviations!

So here’s what we’re going to do: I’m going to test your knowledge on common English abbreviations. Please join our !

How? Pretty simple: I will type the abbreviations, you will answer what they stand for. I hope you’re ready! :D

  1. Prof.
  2. etc.
  3. B.C.
  4. inc.
  5. A.M.
  6. e.g.
  7. A.D.
  8. Mr.
  9. i.e.
  10. P.M.
  11. c. or ca.
  12. Dr.
  13. oz.
  14. St.
  15. Jr.
  16. ed.
  17. Ltd.
  18. et al.
  19. no.
  20. lib.

ANSWERS

  1. Professor
  2. et cetera (and so on)
  3. Before Christ
  4. incorporated
  5. ante meridiem (before noon)
  6. exempli gratia (for example)
  7. anno Domini
  8. Mister
  9. id est (that is)
  10. post meridiem (after noon)
  11. circa (approximate date)
  12. Doctor
  13. ounce
  14. Street
  15. Junior
  16. edition
  17. Limited
  18. et alia (and others)
  19. number
  20. library

Source: Abbreviations on EnchantedLearning.com

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on July 14, 2014

#EngQuiz: Spot The Mistakes (3)

Hiyya, fellas! It’s time for today’s session. How good are you at finding mistakes? Well, I’ve prepared 10 sentences. Point out what’s wrong with them and fix them. Ready? Get set! Go…

Q1. Can’t you see? There’s a huge different between the one on the right and the one on the left.

@naadyannisa: Different >> difference

@latifahHM: because the word must be a noun (difference), not an adjective (different)

 

Q2. I must have gained weight. This jeans is not enough big for me.

@hadyanq: “Big enough”, because enough is an adverb so it has to be placed after adjective

@vectoreza: not big enough. Adjective first.

Check this out: #ENGCLASS: DEGREE WORDS

 

Q3. Can you point out where is the mistake?

@Laurafadilah: I think ‘is’ should be put in the end of the sentence.. not sure thou.

@latifahHM: where the mistake is, coz it’s a subordinate clause which must be a statement, not question.

@OwLuck: can you point out where the mistake is, cause I think double question

Check this out: #ENGTRIVIA: EMBEDDED QUESTIONS

 

Q4. That ring is expensive as an Alphard.

@latifahHM: *Expensive as, it’s positive degree so that it must be ‘as+adjective+as’, That ring is as expensive as…

 

Q5. You need to take out those wet clothes and have a hot bath.

Answer: To take something out berarti mengeluarkan sesuatu. Before you take a bath, you need to take off your clothes. To take something off berarti melepas sesuatu. So it should be “take off those wet clothes”

For more phrasal verbs with the word “take”, check this out:  #ENGVOCAB: PHRASAL VERBS WITH “TAKE”

Also check this one out: #ENGTRIVIA: SENTENCE, CLAUSE, PHRASE, PHRASAL VERB, IDIOM, PROVERB, QUOTE & SLANG

 

Q6. The pilot drove the plane over the ocean.

The answer to Q6 is quite simple really, fellas. Who would drive a plane? The answer is: The pilot flew the plane.

 

Q7. I found out a hundred thousand in your jeans.

@latifahHM: *found out, find out means get information about something, *I found a hundred thousand in your jeans.

 

Q8. We have already make our decision. You’re fired!

@alwyhr: made. the sentence is using simple perfect tense so it should use verb 3

Check this out: #ENGCLASS: PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE (POSITIVE)

 

Q9. In the other hand, maybe we should move to Bali.

@izky_paramitha: In the other hand is simply saying that you are holding something in the “other” hand so the correct one is on the other hand.

 

Q10. This has got to be the most comfortablest hotel I have ever stayed in.

@ritaaprilli: the most comfortable is superlative degree. Why use ‘the most’? Bcos comfortable has 4 syllable. ‘com-for-ta-ble’ no need est

 

Phew! There goes all 10 questions and their answers for today’s #EngQuiz, fellas. How was that for a quick exercise? :D

That’s a wrap for today fellas! Get some sleep and remember to use your voting right in the legislative election tomorrow. :D

 

 

Compiled and written by @Miss_Qiak at @EnglishTips4U on April 8, 2014

#EngQuiz: Commonly confused words in English

In this post, we’re going to have a little practice on how well you can differentiate some commonly confused words in English. For example: What’s the difference between affect & effect? :)

Let’s see this sentence. Fill in the gap with the right word:

“Andy’s absence did not ___ (affect/effect) us.”

“affect with an a as a verb and effect with an e as a noun” – @_Electra330_

“affect” – 

Let’s start! Choose the right word from the brackets to fill in the gap.

1. Thanks for your (advise/advice). It’s really helpful!
advise
advice
correct!

2. like all seafood (accept/except) octopus.
accept
except
correct!

3. I need to go to the (stationary/stationery) store to buy some pencils.
stationary
stationery
correct!

4. If you want to be fluent you have to (practise/practice) your English a lot.
practice
practise
correct!

5. Put on the (break/brake) if you want to stop the car.
break
brake
correct!

6. Her new hair and the makeup (complement/compliment) each other well.
compliment
complement
correct!

7. Please don’t go! I don’t want to (lose/loose) you.
loose
lose
correct!

8. What do you want for (desert/dessert)?
desert
dessert
correct!

9. I think I’ll (choose/choice) this shirt. It’s better than that one.
choice
choose
correct!

10. The school (principal/principle) usually leads the flag ceremony at school.
principle
principal
correct!

Sources: Commonly confused words & Common Errors in English Usage

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on Monday, February 17, 2014

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#EngQuiz: i.e. vs e.g.

We’ll have a little #EngQuiz, fellas. It’s about using i.e. and e.g. correctly.

We have talked about this before, check this link http://t.co/48zPmmPp7e if you haven’t read our tweets about it :)

I will tweet some sentences, you’ll have to fill in the blank with i.e. or e.g. Okay? #EngQuiz

1. There are a lot of bands I wish I could meet someday, ….. All Time Low, We Are The In Crowd and The Summer Set. (i.e./e.g.?) #EngQuiz

2. There are three members of the band Paramore, ….. Hayley, Taylor and Jeremy. (i.e./e.g.?) #EngQuiz

3. My favorite football team (…. Baltimore Ravens) won the Super Bowl in 2013. (i.e./e.g.?) #EngQuiz

4. I like buying clothes, ….. skirts, shirts, and jeans. (i.e./e.g.?) #EngQuiz

5. I really like eating sweet foods, …. cupcakes and donuts. (i.e./e.g.?) #EngQuiz

 

ANSWERS:

1. e.g. (The band names given are just some examples. I said that I have A LOT of bands I wish I could meet someday, and these are three of them.)

2. i.e. (There are THREE members of the band Paramore. The names given are the names of those three.)

3. i.e. (Baltimore Ravens IS my favorite football team)

4. e.g. (Skirts, shirts and jeans are clothes, but there are other clothes.)

5. e.g. (Cupcakes and donuts are sweet foods, but there are other sweet foods.)

I hope this quiz could help you understand the right time to use i.e. and e.g., fellas!

 

Compiled and written by @waitatiri at @EnglishTips4U on January 21, 2014

#EngQuiz: Correct the Song Lyrics!

Good evening fellas :3 How’s your Wednesday? Rainy? It’s been raining since 3 PM here in Depok :(

Today we’re going to have a little #EngQuiz, fellas :) In this quiz, I will tweet some sentences, and you’ll have to spot the mistake (and correct it!)

I am taking the sentences from song lyrics ;) Ready?

  1. Dedication takes a lifetime, but dreams only lasts for a night. – All Time Low. (Spot the mistake and correct it!)
  2. I’d love to be you so I not have to feel this way. – We Are The In Crowd. (Spot the mistake and correct it!)
  3. ‘Cause I won’t gave up without a fight. – Panic! At The Disco. (Spot the mistake and correct it!)
  4. I’d fall anywhere with you I’m by yours side. – He Is We. (Spot the mistake and correct it!)
  5.  All I want are a place to call my own. – A Day To Remember. (Spot the mistake and correct it!)

Those are the sentences, fellas. Like I said, it’s a little quiz ;)

ANSWERS:

  1. @NonaMegaa: Last RT @EnglishTips4U: 1. Dedication takes a lifetime, but dreams only lasts for a night. – All Time Low.
  2. @widyaanggiii: dont* “@EnglishTips4U: 2. I’d love to be you so I not have to feel this way. – We Are The In Crowd. (Spot the mistake and correct it!)
  3. @anyssaaaaa: Gave = give RT @EnglishTips4U: 3. ‘Cause I won’t gave up without a fight. – Panic! At The Disco. (Spot the mistake and correct it!)
  4. @rvrngtys: Yours -> your RT @EnglishTips4U: 4. I’d fall anywhere with you I’m by yours side. – He Is We. (Spot the mistake and correct it!)
  5. @farhanabdrm: singular “All i want IS a place to call my own” RT @EnglishTips4U 5. All I want are a place to call my own. – A Day To Remember.

That’s all, fellas. Hope you like the quiz! Xoxo

Compiled and written by @waitatiri at @EnglishTips4U on December 4, 2013.

#EngQuiz: Spot The Mistakes (2)

How are you doing, fellas? It’s been a while since our last #EngQuiz, right? Shall we do a simple one?

You see, fellas. People make mistakes all the time. Who doesn’t? Well, I know I sometimes do. (read: bukan kadang-kadang lagi)

When you do find mistakes, it’s best to help others by explaining and suggesting a correction. Jangan cuma nunjuk doang. So, here are 10 lines which contain mistakes. Spot the mistake, explain why you think it’s a mistake & suggest a correction. Try to explain in your own words, B.Indo or English. Also, feel free to point us to your reference.

Let’s start!

1. Some people likes to laze around.
2. The second attempt was more better.
3. All the pub near here are closed.
4. Billy is the most strongest guy I know.
5. This road is more longer than the other road.
6. No-one like a loser.
7. Come up and see me some time.
8. We all decision to go for a picnic.
9. Usually, I took the train to work, but sometimes I walk.
10. Sharon put too much cheeses in the omelette.

Answers & explanations:

Q1. Some people likes to laze around.

@citapr: it’s not some people likes, but some people like. It’s because people is plural not singular

@Kaykayy929: ommit the (s) in LIKES since ‘People’ is plural. ‘Verb 1 + s’ is only for singular subject. some people LIKE to laze around.

@clara_gita: subject in the sentence is plural (some people) so it must be ‘like’ not ‘likes’

Answer: The mistake in the sentence is the word ‘likes’. It should be ‘like’.
Penjelasan: Dalam kalimat Simple Present Tense, gak perlu nambahin “s/es” di akhir kata kerja dengan subject yg menujuk pada aku, kamu, kita & mereka.
Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Simple Present Tense (Positive)

@_idrix: “laze” “kata sifat” “some people likes to lazy around” am I right?hehehe
@EnglishTips4U: ‘Laze’ sebenarnya k.kerja. It means to be lazy, bermalas-malasan. Wanna give it another try?

laze (lz):
v. lazed, laz·ing, laz·es
v.intr.
To be lazy; loaf: laze around the house.
v.tr.
To spend (time) loafing: lazed the afternoon away in a hammock.
Source: thefreedictionary.com

Q2. The second attempt was more better.

@Ernieee1203: for comparison adj. for good is good, better, best. there’s no such thing as MORE better.

@alyamaudina: no need ‘more’ before the better. Because better is comparative of ‘good’. The second attempt was better.

@sevincepin: we should omit more because better is comparative of good. “The second attempt was better”

Answer: ‘More better’ is the mistake. It should just be ‘better’, without ‘more’.
Penjelasan: Saat membandingkan dua hal, kita gunakan comparative adjective. Caranya? Adj+er untuk kata sifat dgn 1 sukukata atau more + adj u/ sebagian besar kata sifat dgn 2 sukukata.
Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Degrees Of Comparison

@jejepujianto: better is comparative for good, because good only consist of one syllable we don’t need the “more”
@EnglishTips4U: And it’s not only 1 syllable,  but the change is also irregular.  :)

Q3. All the pub near here are closed.

@iranranz: word “all” in front of noun explains that it’s plural, pub must be pubs.

@OwLuck: the pubs ? Cause to be is are and it relates to Plural Subject and it strengthened with All at first.

@astriinila: all the pub. “All the”and “are” determine plural, while “pub” without “s” is singular. Add “s”

Answer: ‘All the’ should be followed by a plural noun. Thus ‘pub’ should be in plural form, i.e.: ‘pubs’.
Penjelasan: Gak seperti b. Indo yang ngulang kata benda u/ nunjukin jamak, kita tambah “s/es” pada sebagian kata benda dalam Bahasa Inggris.
Selain itu, ada juga sebagian kata benda dgn perubahan bentuk yang tidak beraturan (irregular).
Untuk penjelasan lebih lanjut: #EngQuiz: Irregular Plural

Q4. Billy is the most strongest guy I know.

@_acherka: ‘strongest’ is superlative, therefore, no need to put ‘most’.

@jerkstein: “Billy is the strongest guy I know.” ‘Most strongest’ is redundant, thus ‘most’ should be omitted. (also) bcs the correct superlative form for strong would be ‘strongest’.

@Catherina_SP: That should be “THE STRONGEST”..cz STRONG has one syllable and for its superlative we need to put EST only. Without MOST.

Answer: There is a redundant word, i.e.: most.
Penjelasan: Untuk menunjukkan sifat “Paling…” (Superlative adjective), kita tambahkan imbuhan “-est” ATAU awalan kata “the most”, salah satu. Kapan kita pakai “-est” atau “the most”? Adj+est untuk kata sifat dgn 1 sukukata atau the most+adj u/ sebagian besar kata sifat dgn 2 sukukata.
Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Degrees Of Comparison

Q5. This road is more longer than the other road.

@_idrix: “this road is longer than the other road” tdk btuh “more” krn “longer” udah mnjelaskan lbh pnjang

@NH_Lie: We don’t need the word “more” because “longer” itself is a comparative word. :D

@nadfebrw: not use more, because longer sudah menjelaskan itu lebih panjang?

Answer: There is one word which shouldn’t be there, i.e: more.
Penjelasan: Untuk menunjukkan sifat “lebih…” (Comparative adjective), kita tambahkan imbuhan “-er” ATAU awalan kata “more”, salah satu.  Kapan kita pakai “-er” atau “more”? Adj+er u/ kata sifat dgn 1 sukukata atau more+adj u/ sebagian besar kata sifat dgn 2 sukukata.
Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Degrees Of Comparison

Q6. No-one like a loser.

@SaarahFzh: no one like’s’? Because no-one is a single subject, isn’t it?

@umirobiatus: the verb ‘like’ should be ‘likes’ because ‘no-one’ is singular

@Catherina_SP: No one likeS… Put S on Like. Cz Like there works as verb..and no one is the subject I guess. So the verb should use S..

Answer: The mistake in the sentence is the word ‘like’. It should be ‘likes’.
Penjelasan: Indefinite pronouns spt:  anyone, everyone, someone, no one, nobody selalu dianggap kata ganti tunggal. Maka, kata kerja dalam kalimat Simple Present Tense perlu ditambahkan “s/es”.
Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Simple Present Tense (Positive)

@_idrix: “nobody like a loser” no-one ganti dengan “nobody”
@EnglishTips4U: No one & nobody artinya sama :)

@OwLuck: should be is like ? Cause like at this sentence relates to adjective not verb, so we should put the to be ‘is’. I guess.
@EnglishTips4U: Actually ‘like’ is the verb in that sentence, which means ‘menyukai’. If you insert an ‘is’ before ‘like’, it would then change the meaning of the sentence. It would then mean ‘seperti’.

Q7. Come up and see me some time.

@alyamaudina: no space between some and time. Because they have different meaning. “Come up and see me sometime”.

Answer: The correct adverb should be ‘sometime’.
Penjelasan: ‘Sometime’ & ‘some time’ memiliki arti yang sangat berbeda. Padahal cuma beda 1 spasi ya :)

  • Sometime: kapan-kapan, suatu waktu, kapan saja.
    • Contoh: If you wish to talk about it sometime, just give me a call.
  • Some time: sejumlah waktu, beberapa waktu.
    • Contoh: Please give me some time.

Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Sometime, Sometimes And Some Time

Q8. We all decision to go for a picnic.

@putrigytr: decision is a noun, use decided / decide (verb) instead.

@keziajssc: It should be ‘decide’ not ‘decision’. Decide: memutuskan, decision: keputusan.

@Dee_Viina: decision is a noun. That’s the mistake. We should put a verb there. ‘Decide’ – We all decide to go for a picnic.

@48718rainbow: krn decision adalah noun, seharusnya yg dimasukin verb nya, decide. tp krn sudah diputuskan,jd decided. We (have) decided

Answer: The mistake is the word ‘decision’. It should be in verb form, i.e.: ‘decided’.
Penjelasan: ‘Decision’ berarti: keputusan, kata benda. ‘Decide’ berarti: memutuskan, kata kerja.

Q9. Usually, I took the train to work, but sometimes I walk.

@dewioctarisma: took, because the sentence is in present tense so the mistake is word ‘took’ is it correct??

@keziajssc: There’s “usually” there, which means it’s a present tense. So it should be ‘take’ not ‘took’. Bcs took is V2

@Twinkletata: you should replace ‘took’ with ‘take’, cause ‘usually’ implies a habitual action. Habitual action = present tense.

Answer: The first verb is in the wrong tense. ‘Took’ should be ‘take’.
Penjelasan: Kata keterangan waktu ‘usually’ menunjukkan bhw kalimat yg dimaksud berupa kalimat Simple Present Tense, dan perlu kata kerja dalam bentuk present form. The present form of ‘took’ is ‘take’.
Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Simple Present Tense (Positive)

Q10. Sharon put too much cheeses in the omelette.

@48718rainbow: it should be just ‘cheese’. it can be singular or plural. i think we choose cheeses only if we refer to different kind of cheeses?…. or not? xD

@yuandayol: it should be “puts” not “put” because Sharon is one person/ singular. So the verb must be use “s”.

@dedyompu: the mistakes are ‘put’ and ‘cheeses’ they should be ‘puts’ and ‘cheese’. Sharon puts too much cheese in the omelette.

@sheshye: wrong=’cheeses’ which should be ‘cheese’ bcz cheese is uncountable, so it doesnt need to put ‘es’ for showing plural.

@LasmaMikha: First, it should be “puts” because Sharon is the 3rd person, so we must put s/es. 2nd, “Cheese” because it’s uncountable.

Answer: The mistake is the word ‘put’ & ‘cheeses’. Cheese is uncountable and should not be plural.
Penjelasan: Kata benda terbagi dalam 2, kata benda yg bisa dihitung (countable) & kata benda yg tidak bisa dihitung (uncountable). Uncountable noun seperti cheese, water, air, dll, tidak punya bentuk jamak.
Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Countable VS Uncountable Noun

Also, karena subject kalimat adalah Sharon yang biasa diganti dengan pronoun ‘she’, kata kerja yag ngikut perlu ditambah “s/es”.
Untuk penjelasan lengkap: #EngClass: Simple Present Tense (Positive)

@48718rainbow: tapi saya rasa put ga salah deh dari kalimat itu. Karena tdk ada ket waktu, jadi kita bs mengasumsikan itu sbg past tense

There goes all the questions and their respective answers & explanation for today’s #EngQuiz, fellas. :)

Make as many mistakes as you can afford and learn from them. Just don’t repeat the same mistakes over and over again!

Making mistakes isn’t a shameful thing, for you wouldn’t know any better otherwise. That’s a wrap for today’s session! See you tomorrow XOXO

Compiled and written by @Miss_Qiak at @EnglishTips4U on November 26, 2013

#EngQuiz: Fill in the blank!

Heyya, fellas! How are you feeling today? :3 How about a quiz today? ;)

For the quiz, you’ll have to fill the blank spots in a sentence with the right form of a word. :)

For example: Please be quiet. I _______________ (try) to read my book. Answer: am trying.

  1. Jack, you are very careless. You ____ (always/forget) to put your guitar back in place!
  2. Tay ____ (not/listen) to the song because she _______ (not/be) very interested in the singer.
  3. Rian ______ (play) drum for hours.
  4. Vinny can ‘t stand _____________(wait) for the band members.
  5. He has forgotten ______(buy) anything for his girlfriend’s birthday even though his girlfriend has been waiting for it.
  6. Jenn, why does Stephen keep _____________(write) to you?
  7. When the teacher came in, everybody ______________ (stand up)

ANSWERS:

  1. @rezkus: always forget RT @EnglishTips4U: 1. Jack, you are very careless. You ____ (always/forget) to put your guitar back in place!
  2. @tertersiester: doesn’t listen- isn’t RT @EnglishTips4U 2. Tay ___(not/listen) to the song because she __ (not/be) very interested in the singer.
  3. @imaaNoona: @EnglishTips4U 3. Rian has been playing drum for hours.
  4. @argi_putri: waiting “@EnglishTips4U: 4. Vinny can ‘t stand _____________(wait) for the band members.
  5. @lucytju: @EnglishTips4U 5. He has forgotten to buy anything for his girlfriend’s birthday eventhough his girlfriend has been waiting for it.
  6. @VidiNeutron: WRITING “@EnglishTips4U: 6. Jenn, why does Stephen keep _____________(write) to you?

That’s all for today, fellas. Hope it could be useful for you and hope you had fun! :D

Compiled and written by @waitatiri at @EnglishTips4U on November 6, 2013.

#EngQuiz: Spot The Mistakes

How are you doing, fellas? It’s been a while since our last #EngQuiz, right? Shall we do a simple one?

You see, fellas. People make mistakes all the time. Well, what should you do when you spot them? Some just point them out. But pointing doesn’t really help. People might not understand why you call it a mistake. Wouldn’t it be better if you explain? 

So, here are 10 lines which contain mistakes. Spot the mistake, explain why you think it’s a mistake & suggest a correction. Try to explain in your own words, B.Indo or English. Feel free to point us to your reference (optional).

1. Two days ago, Sarah buy some fresh peaches.
2. Harry has known Sally since ten years. 
3. It was the biggest truck than I had ever seen. 
4. I have wrote to my boyfriend many times. 
5. I can’t except your kind offer. 
6. Fast food is popular all around the global. 
7. Ralph lives on a big house on River Street. 
8. Grandma is come to visit us next month. 
9. Harry turned out the volume on his radio. 
10. We didn’t receive all the informations. 

There you go, fellas. Spot the mistake, explain why you think it’s a mistake & suggest a correction.

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ANSWERS
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Q1. Two days ago, Sarah buy some fresh peaches. 
@vidyagesti: Seharusnya “two days ago, Sarah bought some fresh peaches” ,buy jadi bought ,kan itu lampau.
@queiraaa: Buy should be bought cz two days ago indicates past tense.
@RicTheodore: Two days ago, Sarah bought (instead of buy) some fresh peaches. (simple past tense).
Answer: The mistake was “buy”. Belinya 2 hari lalu (lampau), so we should use the past tense.
Useful link:  #ENGCLASS: SIMPLE PAST TENSE

Q2. Harry has known Sally since ten years.
@meitantei_bagus: Since > for.. yg diterangi itu rentang waktu nya.
@j_ry: It should be for ten years. Since must be followed by a specific time frame such as since 2000.
@faisalazhar_: Sbaiknya pke for, klo since itu lbih ke specifik time.
@chyfl: Harusnya “….since 2003”.
Answer: The mistake was “since”. “10 years” is a duration, so it should be preceded by “for”.
Well there are actually more than one way to correct the sentence. 
1. Since “10 years” is a duration, we can change “since” to “for”.
2. Or perhaps the writer wished to say “sejak 10 tahun lalu”. You can add “ago” after the time duration so it becomes “10 years ago”.
3. Otherwise, if you do the math, 10 years before this 2013 is 2003. So, you can replace “10 years” with “2003”.
Useful link: #ENGCLASS: “FOR” AND “SINCE”

Q3. It was the biggest truck than I had ever seen.
@meitantei_bagus: Than > that, relative pronoun ya?? lupa apa namanya heheh.
@alfhibct: Conjunction ‘than’, than is used for comparative. It should be ‘that’.
Answer: The mistake was “than”. The sentence consists of 2 clauses and the appropriate conjunction is “that”.
Useful link: #ENGCLASS: RELATIVE CLAUSE

Have a look at the following link for more explanation on sentence and clause. #ENGTRIVIA: SENTENCE, CLAUSE, PHRASE, PHRASAL VERB, IDIOM, PROVERB, QUOTE & SLANG

@YanuarYusuf7: Yaahhh :-( klo ga pake that kaya jawabanku tadi gimana? salah yah…
Answer: Menurut strukturnya memang diperlukan kata sambung. But in casual conversation, there are some words which can be (safely) omitted without affecting delivery of message. And “that” is one of those words. :D

Q4. I have wrote to my boyfriend many times.
@ltiyas: Change ‘wrote’ becomes ‘written’ , because has/have always be followed by V3 , V3 for ‘write’ is ‘written’.
@brpriambodo: I have written [formula untuk present perfect —> S + have +V3]@tsalitsmn: I have “written”… (present perfect;have+V3).
@faisalazhar_: Have+past participle write-wrote-written.
Answer: The mistake was “wrote”. The structure for present perfect tense is S+has/have+v3. Therefore the correct verb form is “written”. Check out the link below for the complete explanation on the present perfect tense.
Useful link: #ENGCLASS: PRESENT PERFECT TENSE 

Q5. I can’t except your kind offer.
@InaAmila: It should be accept, except means “pengecualian”, accept means “menerima” >> I can’t accept your kind…
@tieput: U did typo. Change expect » accept.
@meitantei_bagus: Except > accept kali yaaa.. menerima bukan kecuali.
@nadianastas: It’s “accept” not except (modals should be followed by verb).
@FebriyantiDH: Change except with accept. Except=kecuali accept=menerima. accept menjadi verb dlm klmt trsebut.
Answer: The mistake was “except”. Although except & accept are homophones (they sound similar), they have different meanings. Except means kecuali. Accept means menerima. Wouldn’t you agree that the sentence would sound off with the word “except”? Therefore it should be replaced by “accept”.

Q6. Fast food is popular all around the global.
@cuomos: It should be globe not global.
@tsalitsmn: ‘Gobal’ is an adjective,it should be a noun,we can use globe or world.
@nadianastas: “World” not “global”, because it sounds weird lol.
@tieput: I know! Globe not global! coz u use ‘aROUND’ LOL ;D
Answer: The mistake was “global”. The word “global” is an adjective. Whereas “all around” indicates the surrounding of something a.k.a noun. The noun for “global” is “globe”. Therefore you can either say “all around the globe” or “all around the world”. Both mean the same :)

Q7. Ralph lives on a big house on River Street.
@sierrapritta: “House” is a building we live INside that not ON that. “River Street” is an address so ON is the preposition state it.
@lintanganindika: Ralph lives in a big house at River Street, who’s gonna live at the top of the roof? :D
Answer: The mistake was “on”. Saat bicara soal tempat, “on” menandakan lokasi di atas sesuatu. Penulis mungkin tinggal “di atas (on)” rumah, tapi admin sendiri lebih memilih tinggal “di dalam (in)” rumah. What do you think, fellas?
Useful link: #GRAMMARTRIVIA: “IN” VS. “AT” (PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE)

Q8. Grandma is come to visit us next month.
@syifacaca: Is come => will come. Simple future.
@didimarsinta: Grandma will come to visit us next time. Using simple future tense cz having the adverb of time expressing future event.
@kcleopatria: Grandma >is coming< to be + v-ing.
@lintanganindika: Grandma is going to(if almost sure) / will come to visit us next month, future tense.
Answer: The mistake was “is come”. There are more than one way to express something that will happen in the future. 
1. Tobe+Ving, 
2. Tobe+going+to+v1, 
3. Will+v1. 
Check out the following link for the complete explanation. 
Useful link: #ENGCLASS: SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE

Q9. Harry turned out the volume on his radio.
@faisalazhar_: The choice is turned up/down.
@nadianastas: Turned off not out.
@Lidya_AiChan:  Turned up or turned down. karena distu bicara ttg volume radio pasti di up in ato down in.
Answer: The mistake was “turn off”. Since we’re talking about volume, we can only turn it up (to increase the volume) or turn it down (to decrease the volume).
There are many phrasal verbs with the word “turn”. Check out the link below for the complete list.
Useful link: #ENGVOCAB: PHRASAL VERBS WITH “TURN”

Q10. We didn’t receive all the informations.
@isni_izny: “informations” should be “information” bcz it’s uncountable.
@ltiyas: should be “We didn’t receive all the information.” ‘Information’ here belongs to uncountable noun which can’t be added by ‘s’.
Answer: The mistake was “informations”. Why is “information” uncountable? It is simply not something you can count. Therefore it takes its singular form. :) Check out the following link to know more about countable and uncountable nouns. 
Useful link: #ENGCLASS: COUNTABLE VS UNCOUNTABLE NOUN

@InaAmila: Why don’t use any information instead of all the information? Bcoz it’s a negative sentence. Thx in advance :)
Answer: The phrase “(not) all (of) the information” has a slightly different meaning than “(not) any information”. The first might imply that you get some info, but incomplete, not all. Where as the latter means you do not get any info, zero info.

That’s a wrap for today’s #EngQuiz fellas! People make mistakes. So what? Learn from those mistakes and improve! Who’s with me?

Compiled and written by @Miss_Qiak at @EnglishTips4U on September 3, 2013

#EngQuiz: My Airplane Trip

It is Saturday afternoon in Indonesia and hope you have a great day so far :) So who’s up for some #EngQuiz today? :)

There are more people travelling using airplanes these days in Indonesia.I want to see if fellas know all these words that I will be mentioning. I will tell a story about my trip then Fellas have to explain the meaning of the words in brackets.

E.g. I have to go to the (1.Departure) gate now

Then you should answer the meaning or explain what Departure is in Indonesian or English :), is it clear?

Okay, I will start the #EngQuiz now :) Let’s test our knowledge!

My Airplane Trip

I was going for a trip with my family several weeks ago so we went to the (1.Airport).

Yet before that my father made sure that we all bring our (2.National ID Card) or (3.Passport).

As we got there we had to go to the (4.Departure) gate to (5.Check-in) at the counter.

In this counter we also checked in our (6. Baggage).

We then went to the (7.Boarding Gate) to wait for our plane.

On the (8. Boarding pass) we get it stated our details an (9. Seat number).

I cannot wait to be in the (10.Arrival) gate of our destination!

ANSWERS

A1.

@Caesarros: An airport is a location where aircraft such as fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, and blimps take off and land.

@skullhonggg: The airplanes hub and flight activities happen #

A2.

@aretti_sari:  KTP, for national use only.

A3.

@aretti_sari: International use, an indentity book so that we can go to another country.

A4.

@hzuhrah11: Keberangkatan

A5.

@lia_neyh: To confirm the flight; get a seat on aircraft.

A6.

@AnindiitaPS: Baggage is any bags, suitcase, or personal belonging packed in suitcase of traveller/passenger.

A7,

@lia_neyh: Is a place where to show your boarding pass and get on a plane.

@wdryay: boarding gate is a place where you show your boarding pass before flight departure

A8.

@AnindiitaPS: Boarding pass: The document about the passanger, flight number, seat number, the date and scheduled time for departure.

@wdryay: Boarding pass is a document issued by the airline that allows you to board legally.

A9.

@AnindiitaPS: Seat number: The specific number of seat where passenger able to sit on plane by ticket.

A10.

@AnindiitaPS: Arrival: Kedatangan seorang di negara tujuan.

That’s it fellas! Thank you for your participation!

Compiled and written by @daedonghae at @EnglishTips4U on August 31, 2013

#EngQuiz: answer these questions (tenses exercise)

Ahem. What are you doing, fellas? How was your fasting and iftar today? Or how was your Monday in general so far? :)

Anyway, did you know that you can test your grammar and mastery of tenses by looking at how you answer a question in complete sentence? :)

Don’t believe me? Let’s see from the questions I asked earlier:

  1. Q1. What are you doing, fellas?
  2. Q2. How was your Monday in general so far?

Here’s how you should answer those 2 questions in complete sentence:

@miratssss: (Q1) I’m studying. (Q2) Today wasn’t bad.”

See?

Q1 is in Present Continuous/ Progressive Tense, and Q2 is in Past Simple Tense. And that is why the answers should be in the same tenses. :)

While you’re doing what you’re doing, let’s do this simple #EngQuiz. What you have to do is answer the questions using complete sentence. :)

QUESTIONS

  1. What have you done so far today?
  2. Where are you now?
  3. What will you be doing tomorrow afternoon?
  4. How do you usually go to school or work?
  5. Who did you meet yesterday?
  6. When are you going to go back to your hometown for ‘pulang kampung’?
  7. What will you do if you have 10 million dollars?
  8. What skill have you been working on up to today?
  9. What were your neighbors doing when you had your dinner tonight?
  10. What had you done before we started this #EngQuiz?
  11. What will you have done by 11.00 tonight?
  12. Andy looked so tired when I saw him this morning. What do you think Andy had been doing?
  13. Tell me one activity that you will have been doing for five years by the end of this year?

ANSWERS

  1. @KeyrenSharon: I have done lots of work. So tireddddddd
  2. @PatriciaTriz: I am at my friend’s house.”
  3. @DekResty: I will be having statistics class tomorrow afternoon.
  4. @dhanie2403: I usually go to school by public transport.
  5. @mochibrahim: I met my close friends yesterday.”
  6. @tionovita: I am going to go back to my hometown for pulang kampung in December.” <– Future Simple with ‘be going to + V1’
  7. @Fxxxx13: I will travel the world.”
  8. @falsfalsss: I have been working on my English skills.”
  9. @dalewas: They were doing nothing suspicious, I suppose.”
  10. @ollapuspaa: I had just finished tarawih.”
  11. @riska_chan: I will have finished washing the dishes by 11 tonight.”
  12. @mochibrahim: I am pretty sure that Andy had been chasing some burglars.”
  13. @meriiina: I will have been learning Spanish for five years by the end of this year.”

Great job, everyone! If you ever need to learn about tenses again, go to this link @EnglishTips4U Search Results: tense or search the net. :)

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on July 15, 2013

#EngQuiz: Guess the movies’ nouns, adjectives and verbs!

Are you an avid movie watcher? The game in this article is related to movies!

I will mention a movie title and then you have to guess three things. They are three words consisting of 1 (one) noun, 1 adjective and 1 verb based on what you viewed on the movie. And don’t forget each end of the word mention the type of the word: noun is (n), adjective is (adj) and verb is (v).

For example:

  • Q: “Harry Potter”
  • A: “Boy (n), brave (adj), hide (v)”

Do not:

  • mention the characters’ names, actors/actresses names or special names/items in the movie,
  • only English words are accepted,
  • and NO rude words please.

Questions:

  1. 101 Dalmatians
  2. Wreck-it-Ralph
  3. Les Miserables
  4. Inception
  5. Finding Nemo
  6. Rio
  7. 17 Again
  8. Amelie
  9. Toy Story
  10. Wall-E

Answer:

  1. ..
    • “Dogs(n) Smart(adj) Run(v).”- @tiffany_Wjy
    • “lady (n) cruel (adj) kidnap (v).” – @IbnuFJ
  2. ..
  3. ..
    • “Prisoner (n), loyal (adj), struggle (v).” – @sonyafel
    • “fabric (n), beautiful (Adj), sing (v).” – @erna27
    • “convict (n), melancholy (adj), revolt (v).” – @yantiyanto
  4. ..
    • “Dream (n), dream (adj), dream (v).” – @ituteguh
    • “dream (n), complicated (adj), compete (v).” – @AnofZuldian 
  5. ..
    • “Ocean (n), Brave (adj), Swim (v).” – @tintin_gustin
    • “clown fish (n), little (adj) , disappear (v).” – @deasydonald 
  6. ..
  7. ..
    • “glasses (n), handsome (adj), wish (v)” – @atherizt
    • “Basketball (n), young (adj), shoot (v)” – @YanuarYusuf7 
  8. ..
    • “prodigy (n) mysterious (adj) move(v)” – @nurinaay
    • “photo booth (n), artistic (adj), meet up (v)” – @miamiamiya
  9. ..
    • “Attic (n), incredible (adj), donate (v)” – @OwLuck
    • “Cowboy (n) faithful (adj) run (v)” – @salscy 
  10. ..
    • “robot (n), sincere (adj), search (v)” – @__kharisma
    • “robot (n) lonely (adj) build (v)” – @wayanoo
    • “Trash (n), dirty (adj), repair (v) @JempolJail

Compiled and written by @daedonghae at ” –@EnglishTips4U on Tuesday, June 4, 2013

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#EngQuiz: guess the parts of speech!

I hope you still remember ‘parts of speech’ (jenis kata) because this is what the #EngQuiz is about. Read more: parts of speech.

RULES

  1. So I will give 5 sentences (all numbered) in which in each sentence there will be 1 word that’s put in brackets.
  2. You have to read ALL sentences first & give the answers all in only ONE TWEET after I finish giving all the sentences.
  3. What you need to do is to guess what part of speech is the word(s) in the brackets. Here’s one example…

Question: 1) “I (love) you.”

Answer: 1) verb.

Remember, answer all the questions in only ONE TWEET.

QUESTIONS

  1. “How did (you) learn English?”
  2. “Thanks (for) the book the other day.”
  3. “He’s never (been) here before.”
  4. “Do you have any (idea) what to do this weekend?”
  5. “They’ve been (recently) involved in some projects.”

ANSWERS

@sitisriutami: 1.pronoun 2.preposition 3.verb 4.noun 5.adverb

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on February 11, 2013

#EngQuiz: Choose the right word!

So today, we’ll have a quiz! #EngQuiz :3 There will be a few topics, but the topics are the ones we have talked about earlier :D

Let’s start!

  1. I read about the concert announcement ____ the newspaper. (at/on/in) #EngQuiz
  2. I’ll fill the order form later ____ home. (at/on/in) #EngQuiz
  3. Did you learn English ____ school? (at/on/in) #EngQuiz
  4. Alex is exhausted. He’s sleeping ____ the carpet. (at/on/in) #EngQuiz
  5. Were you ____ the meeting too? (at/on/in) #EngQuiz
  6. Take a ____ at this baby picture of Jack. Cute! (Look/See/Watch) #EngQuiz
  7. I think I just ____ the band members pass by. (Looked/Saw/Watched) #EngQuiz
  8. Let’s ____ that DVD you borrowed. (Look/See/Watch) #EngQuiz
  9. ____ at my new band merch, isn’t it cool? (Look/See/Watch) #EngQuiz
  10. What did you ____ on TV this morning? (Look/See/Watch) #EngQuiz
  11. How ___ times a day do you listen to The Ready Set? (Much/Many) #EngQuiz
  12. I haven’t got ___ money. I can’t go to the concert. (Much/Many) #EngQuiz
  13. How ____ wristbands do we need? (Much/Many) #EngQuiz
  14. Can you hurry up? I don’t have ____ time! (Much/Many) #EngQuiz
  15. There were so ____ birds in the park. That view made me happy. (Much/Many) #EngQuiz

ANSWERS:

  1. In
  2. At
  3. At
  4. On
  5. At
  6. Look
  7. Saw
  8. Watch
  9. Look
  10. Watch
  11. Many
  12. Much
  13. Many
  14. Much
  15. Many

Compiled and written by @waitatiri at @EnglishTips4U on February 6, 2013

#EngQuiz: Animal Related Puns

Let’s do something ‘pun’ shall we? Yes, ‘pun!’ Do you know what a pun is?

Jokes or something with another meaning.” – @ahmadzakmal

“‘Pun’ itu permainan kata-kata.”- @mariambawazier

Yap, pun adalah word play atau permainan kata yang biasanya memiliki satu/ banyak arti serta berkaitan dengan keseharian dan lucu. 

Seperti yang pernah dibahas, puns suka dipakai Shakespeare karena saat itu para Elizabethan sangat menyukainya. Tapi tenang, kuis kali ini tidak berkaitan dengan zaman Shakespeare.

Let’s practise first shall we? What do you think of this next pun is actually saying? The next picture act as questions. Here are the pictures that I found in 9gag.com as a compilation, Best answers get an art!!


QUESTIONS

Question 1

pun 1

Question 2

pun2

Question 3

pun3

Question 4

pun4

Question 5

pun5

Question 6

pun6

Question 7

pun7

Question 8

pun8

Question 9

pun9

Question 10

pun10


ANSWERS

Fellas, how was it? Many responses this evening, unfortunately I can’t RT all, so here are the possible answers to the puns

  1.  I have the necessary qualifications.

  2. ‏Your qualifications are completely irrelevant

  3. Don’t listen to him. He’s lying.

  4. This arguing is becoming unbearable

 

5. INDEED. It’s making my voice hoarse

  1. Please horse, when do you ever say something smart? Don’t worry I’ll wait.

  2. Ouch!! AWKWARD!

  3. I’m out of here! You are all driving me crazy hahaha

  4. I’ll pack your things.

  5. Let me know when you get there!!!

That’s it fellas!! Did you score any good? I saw that most of you got the right answers from your responses :) I hope you had fun!

Compiled and written by @daedonghae at @EnglishTips4U on Tuesday, January 29, 2013.


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