Exercise 37-38 English for Business 2 Assignment

June 18, 2012

English for Business 2: Exercise 37 (Relative Clauses)

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

English for Business 2: Exercise 38 (Relative Clauses Reduction)

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


April 30, 2012

Here explains CAUSATIVE HELP.
Help also can be used as a causative, a person does not perform an action directly. With HELP, a person assists another peson to do something.

Causative help artinya membantu atau memberikan pertolongan. Pada Causative, seseorang atau suatu benda tidak melakukan kegiatan dengan sendirinya.

Causative untuk benda dan orang dapat dibuat dalam dua pola:
help someone or someting do, dan
help someone or something to do

Coba bandingkan dengan causative Let

Manakah yang bukan merupakan kalimat causative help
I don’t want to help you to do your task
She can’t help standing any longer

Causative help

subject help someone/something verb word (V1)/ infinitive Complement
My sister helps me do my homework
Music helps everyone to relax from their distressful job

Sentence Pattern

Incorrect : His Father always helps his son that he does the laundry.
Correct : His Father always helps his son do the laundry.
Or : His Father always helps his son to do the laundry.

Incorrect : This dictionary should help you understanding the words meaning.
Correct : This dictionary should help you understand the words meaning.
Or : This dictionary should help you to understand the words meaning.

Incorrect : Rani said that she would help our finding the place
Correct : Rani said that she would help us find the place
Or : Rani said that she would help us to find the place

Incorrect : My teacher helped me getting this book
Correct : My teacher helped me get this book
Or : My teacher helped me to get this book

Source : http://inggrismu.blogspot.com/2009/04/using-causative-help.html


Bahasa inggris bisnis 2: Exercise 36

April 30, 2012

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

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Bahasa Inggris bisnis 2 (cause connectors)

April 14, 2012

Cause Connectors

Cause and Effect (So, Such)

Cause and effect relationships are constructed using the following formula.

subject + verb + so + adjective adverb + that + subject + verb

He was so hungry that he ate the entire pizza.
The hill was so steep that Mario couldn’t climb it.
John needed money so badly that he sold his baseball card collection.
The children are playing so intently that they don’t notice it’s raining.
That fire is so hot that it could easily burn you if you get too close.
Intensive modifiers are commonly added to provide extra emphasis. Study the following rules for using intensive modifiers with plural count and non-count nouns.

subject + verb + so +


+ plural count noun + that + subject + verb

Eric had so many puppies that he gave some away to friends.
My aunt’s health food store had so few customers that she had to close it.

subject + verb + so +


+ non-count noun + that + subject + verb

She put so much sugar in her coffee that she couldn’t drink it.
Jason spent [u]so[/u] little time on the project that it wasn’t ready for the meeting.
Other forms which are commonly used are such a and such that.

subject + verb + such + a + adjective + singular count noun + that. . .

Ricky had such a bad attitude that he was expelled from school.
Charlotte was such an intelligent student that she was offered a valuable scholarship.

subject + verb such + adjective + plural count noun + that + subject + verb

Tommy has such outstanding skills that he could play professional baseball.
plural count noun

The referees made such bad calls that the fans were very angry.
plural count noun
She had such tarnished silver that she was embarrassed to use it for the reunion.
non-count noun
The burning building had such thick smoke that the firemen had difficulty seeing.
non-count noun

Source : http://indrysulistya.blogspot.com/2012/04/cause-connectors.html

Bahasa Inggris Bisnis 2 tugas ke dua

April 14, 2012

Bahasa Inggris Bisnis 2 tugas ke dua

April 14, 2012

1. Sam’s new apartement is in a building which has twelve stories.
Sam’s new apartement is in a twelve stories building.
2. We teach languages.
We are language teachers.
3. My parents saw a play in three acts last night.
My parents saw a three acts last night.
4. The manager said that the sale would last for two days.
The manager said that it would be a last for two days sale.
5. Hal bought a tool set containing 79 pieces.
Hal bought a containing 79 pieces tool set.
6. Margie has a bookcase with five shelves
Margie has a five shelves bookcase.
7. I need two cans of tomatoes that weigh 16 ounces each.
I need two weigh 16 ounces cans of tomatoes.
8. I’m looking for a pressure cooker that holds six quarts.
I’m looking for a holds six quarts pressure cooker.
9. He is a specialist at building houses made of bricks.
He is a specialist at building made of bricks houses.
10. Mrs. Jansen just bought her daughter a bicyle with ten speeds.
Mrs. Jansen just bought her daughter a ten speeds bicyle.

Exercise 32: Enough

In the following sentences, choose the correct form in parentheses.

  1. There were not enough people to have meeting.
  2. Allen has learned French enough to study in France next year.
  3. Do you have enough time to talk now?
  4. She drove fast enough to win the race.
  5. Mike will graduate from law school soon enough to join his father’s firm.
  6. We arrived early enough to have some coffee before class began.
  7. It has rained hard enough to flood the low lying areas.
  8. You should type slowly enough that you will not make an error.
  9. He has just enough flour to bake that loaf of bread.
  10. There are enough books for each student to have one.


Exercise 32: Because/Because of

Supply either because or because of as appropriate.

  1. It was difficult to deliver the letter Because the sender had written the wrong address on the envelope.
  2. We decided to leave early Because the party was boring
  3. Rescue attempts were temporarily halted Because of the bad weather.
  4. They visited their friends often Because they enjoyed their company
  5. Paul cannot go to the football game Because of his grades.
  6. Marcella was awarded a scholarship Because her superior scholastic ability.
  7. Nobody ventured outdoors Because of the hurricane warnings.
  8. We plan to spend our vacation in the mountains Because the air is purer there.
  9. We have to drive around the bay Because the bridge was destroyed in the strom.
  10. The chickens have died Because of the intense heat.

Exercise 34: So/Such

Following the formulas, use either so or such in these sentences as appropriate.

1) The sun shone So brightly that Maria had to put on her sunglasses.
2) Dean was Such a powerpul swimmer that he always won the races.
3) There were So few students registered that the class was cancelled.
4) We had So wonderful memories of that place that we decided to return.
5) We had So good a time at the party that we hated to leave.
6) The benefit was So great a success that the promoters decided to repeat it.
7) It was Such a nice day that we decided to go to the beach.
8) Jane looked So sick that the nurse told her to go home.
9) Those were So difficult assignments that we spent two weeks finishing them.
10) Ray called at Such an early hour that we weren’t a wake yet.
11) The book looked So interesting that he decided to read it.
12) He worked So carefully that it took him a long time to complete the project.
13) We stayed in the sun for Such a long time that we became sunburned.
14) There were So many people on the bus that we decided to walk.
15) The program was So entertaining that nobody wanted to miss it.

Bahasa Inggris Bisnis 2 ( conditional sentences )

March 21, 2012

Conditional Sentences

Because conditional sentences are quite complex in both form and meaning, they are a problem for most learners of English. If you have a good understanding of the English tense system and of the modal auxiliaries, you will find it easier to understand and use conditional sentences. (The sentence you just read is a predictive conditional sentence.)
 All conditional sentences contain a dependent clause and an independent clause. The dependent clause usually begins with if; it expresses a condition. The independent clause expresses a result of the condition. The if-clause is usually first, but the order of the clauses is usually not important. Thus, these two sentences have basically the same meaning:
If she goes to the store, she will buy ice cream.
She will buy ice cream if she goes to the store.
You have probably noticed that different teachers, textbooks, and Web sites sometimes explain the same thing in different ways. This seems to be especially true of conditional sentences. However, two different explanations can both be correct, especially if the difference is due to the fact that complicated material has been organized in different ways. This is often true of explanations of conditionals that you find in your textbooks. Here conditional sentences are divided into three types based on their meanings: real, predictive, and imaginative conditional sentences.
Also see The Sentence, Modal Auxiliaries, Verbs A-L, Verbs M-Z, Tenses, and Adverb Clauses.

A. Real conditional sentences can express generalizations and inferences.

1. Generalizations include facts that are always true and never change, and they include present or past habitual activities that are or were usually true.
Real conditionals expressing generalizations usually have the same tense (usually simple present or simple past) in both clauses. However, if the simple present tense is used in the if-clause, will + verb can be used in the main clause without changing the meaning.
Examples of real conditional sentences expressing facts:
If water boils, it turns to steam.
If water boils, it will turn to steam.
Examples of real conditional sentences expressing habitual activities:
If he eats breakfast, he feels better all day.
If he eats breakfast, he will feel better all day.
If he ate breakfast, he felt better all day.
These generalizations can also be expressed by using when or whenever instead of if:
When water boils, it turns to steam.
When he eats breakfast, he feels better all day.
When he ate breakfast, he felt better all day.
2. Inferences are often expressed in real conditional sentences.
Real conditionals expressing inferences usually have parallel verb phrases in both clauses. However, if a modal which explicitly expresses an inference (must or should, for example) is used in the main clause, parallel verb phrases are not used.
Examples of real conditional sentences expressing inferences:
If today is Wednesday, it is George’s birthday.
If I can do it, anyone can do it.
if it is raining, the streets are getting wet.
If he was at school, he saw the accident.
If today is Wednesday, it must be George’s birthday.
If I can do it, anyone must be able to do it.
if it is raining, the streets must be getting wet.

B. Predictive conditional sentences can express predictions and plans.

1. Predictive conditional sentences usually contain simple present tense in the if-clause and will or be going to in the result clause. However, a weaker modal of prediction (may or should, for example) can be used in the result clause to express less certainty.
2. Examples of predictive conditional sentences:
If the exam is hard, many students are going to fail.
If Mary does well on the final exam, she will get an A in the class.
If George does well on the final exam, he may get an A in the class.
If Fred studies, he should pass the exam.

C. Imaginative conditional sentences are the most difficult for many learners of English

 because of the unusual relationship between form (the tenses used) and meaning.
In this type of conditional sentence, past tense refers to present or future time; past perfect tense refers to past time. Another problem for many learners of English is that were (not was) is used with singular subjects. Be is the only English verb with two past tense forms, but only one of them (were) is used in imaginative conditional sentences.
Imaginative conditional sentences can express hypothetical or contrary-to-fact events or states.
1. Hypothetical events or states are unlikely but possible in the present or future.
Imaginative conditional sentences expressing hypothetical events or states have a past tense verb in the if-clause and would + verb (or might or could + verb) in the result clause.
Examples of hypothetical conditional sentences (present and/or future time):
If George had enough money, he would buy a new car.
If I won the lottery, I would buy you a present.
If she knew the answer, she would tell us.
(George probably does not have enough money; I probably will not win the lottery; she probably does not know the answer.)
2. Contrary-to-fact events or states are either impossible in the present time or did not happen in the past.
Imaginative conditional sentences expressing present contrary-to-fact events or states have a past verb in the if-clause and would + verb (or might or could + verb) in the result clause. Some examples:
If I were you, I would not do that.
If she studied for exams, she would get better grades.
If it were raining, the streets would be wet.
(I am not you; she doesn’t study for exams; it isn’t raining.)
Imaginative conditional sentences expressing past contrary-to-fact events or states have a past perfect verb in the if-clause and would + have + verb (or might or could + have + verb) in the result clause. Some examples:
If George had had enough money, he would have bought a new car.

Source  : http://faculty.deanza.edu/flemingjohn/stories/storyReader$18

`             http://bayuzu.blogspot.com/2010/04/conditional-sentences-because.html

Bahasa inggris bisnis 2 Exercise 21 – 30

March 17, 2012

Exercise 21 Conditional sentences                                           

  1. will understand
  2. Would not
  3. Will give
  4. Would  told
  5. Would have
  6. Had
  7. Will stop
  8. Needed
  9. Would have found
  10. Had enjoyed
  11. Paint
  12. Were
  13. Writes
  14. Had permit
  15. Will spend
  16. Will accept
  17. Buys
  18. Had decided
  19. Would have writen
  20. Will leak
  21. Had studied
  22. Hears
  23. See
  24. Gets
  25. Turn
  26. Are
  27. Would have called
  28. Would have talked
  29. Explained
  30. Spoke

Exercise 22 Used to

  1. Eating
  2. Eating
  3. Swimming
  4. Like
  5. Speaking
  6. Studying
  7. Dance
  8. Sleeping
  9. Eating
  10. Eating

Exercise 26 : Adjectives and Adverbs

  1. Well
  2. Intense
  3. Brightly
  4. Fluent
  5. Fluently
  6. Smooth
  7. Accurately
  8. Bitter
  9. Soon
  10. Fast

Exercise 27 : Linking (Copulative) Verbs

  1. Terrible
  2. Well
  3. Good
  4. Calm
  5. Sick
  6. Quickly
  7. Diligently
  8. Vehemently
  9. Relaxedly
  10. Noisy



Exercise 28 : Comparisons

  1. As soon
  2. More Important
  3. As well
  4. More Expensive
  5. As hot
  6. More Talented
  7. More Colorful
  8. Happier
  9. Worse
  10. Faster

Exercise 29 : Comparisons

  1. Than
  2. Than
  3. Than
  4. Than
  5. Than
  6. More Than
  7. With
  8. Than
  9. More Than
  10. More Than

Exercise 30 : Comparisons

  1. Best
  2. Happiest
  3. Faster
  4. Creamiest
  5. More colorful
  6. Better
  7. Good
  8. More awkwardly
  9. Least
  10. Prettiest
  11. The best
  12. From
  13. Less impressive
  14. The sicker
  15. Than
  16. Twice more than
  17. Few
  18. Much
  19. Farthest
  20. More famous



Contoh penerapan etika bisnis

January 25, 2012

* Pesan dari Presiden Direktur :
“Dimanapun kita bekerja, kejujuran, integritas, kepercayaan, saling menghargai dan kerjasama selalu menjadi dasar terciptanya dan selalu terjaganya reputasi bisnis yang sehat.”

* Etika Bisnis terbagi atas tiga bagian :
o Nilai-nilai yang mendasari cara / proses bekerja di Perusahaan
+ Visi, misi dan nilai-nilai yang berlaku di Perusahaan yang harus dipelihara dengan selalu mempertahankan standar dalam berperilaku.
o Etika Bisnis sebagai pedoman cara kita berperilaku di Perusahaan
+ Tugas apa saja yang harus kita lakukan?
+ Tanggung jawab dari kita
+ Bagaimana kita harus berperilaku terhadap orang lain?
+ Pelaporan kecurangan, perilaku yang tidak jujur atau perilaku yang tidak pada tempatnya
+ Kecurangan, korupsi atau transaksi tidak wajar
+ Pertentangan kepentingan atau tugas
+ Yang harus dilakukan jika timbul pertentangan
+ Bolehkah menerima uang, hadiah atau jamuan?
+ Menggunakan Aset Perusahaan
+ Melakukan Pekerjaan Lain
+ Menggunakan Informasi
+ Informasi palsu atau menyesatkan
+ Memberikan Tanggapan di muka umum
+ Catatan dan Laporan Pembukuan
+ Undang-Undang dan peraturan lain
+ Jika keluar dari Perusahaan
+ Pelanggaran atas Etika Bisnis

* Pembagian
o Pedoman ini berlaku untuk seluruh direksi dan karyawan serta setiap pihak yang bekerja sama dengan CCBI.

* Persetujuan
o Direktur dan/atau atasan langsung karyawan (dengan jabatan minimal manager) Perusahaan (sesuai dengan tingkatan kasus) harus meninjau dan dapat memberikan persetujuan secara tertulis untuk setiap keadaan yang mensyaratkan ijin khusus.

* Memantau kepatuhan terhadap hukum
o Pengambilan segala langkah yang bertanggung jawab untuk mencegah pelanggaran Etika Bisnis dan Perusahaan akan melakukan upaya-upaya yang diperlukan untuk menjaga kerahasiaan identitas setiap orang yang melaporkan dugaan pelanggaran

* Penyidikan
o National Examiner & Account Receivable Manager dan/atau National Legal Manager and Corporate Secretary akan dilibatkan apabila diperlukan dalam proses penyidikan. Mereka akan bekerja sama dengan direktur atau manager dari karyawan yang melakukan pelanggaran untuk memberikan saran mengenai tindakan perbaikan dan disipliner.

* Tindakan disipliner
o Metode penanganan pelanggaran Etika Bisnis.

* Tandatangan dan pernyataan menerima Etika Bisnis
o Setiap direktur, karyawan dan pihak ketiga yang bekerjasama dengan Perusahaan harus menandatangani formulir pernyataan penerima yang menegaskan bahwa mereka telah membaca Pedoman Tata Cara Etika Bisnis dan memahami ketentuannya.

Sumber : http://galih-chess.blogspot.com/2010/01/contoh-penerapan-etika-bisnis.html

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pengertian adil dan keadilan

January 24, 2012

Pengertian adil adalah dimana semua orang mendapat hak menurut kewajibannya. Sebagian besar orang mendefenisikan kata ADIL adalah suatu sikap yang tidak memihak atau sama rata, tidak ada yang lebih dan tidak ada yang kurang, tidak ada pilih kasih dan masih banyak lagi persepsi yang lainnya.

Pengertian Keadilan pada hakikatnya adalah memperlakukan seseorang atau pihak lain sesuai dengan haknya. Yang menjadi hak setiap orang adalah diakuai dan diperlakukan sesuai dengan harkat dan martabatnya, yang sama derajatnya

Contoh adil dan keadilan dalam sudut pandang etika bisnis yaitu Pimpinan perusahaan dapat berlaku adil kepada semua karyawannya.sehingga hubungan antara pimpinan perusahaan dan semua karyawan dapat berjalan harmonis.

Sumber : http://www.lintasberita.com/Lifestyle/Pendidikan/pengertian-keadilan