Friday, December 19, 2008
MaRi BeLaJaR BaHaSa InggeRiS 2..
Seterusnya, salah satu cara untuk mahir di dalam bahasa ini adalah dengan memperbanyakkan bahan bacaan di dalam bahasa Inggeris.. Sahabat2 bleh cari bahan2 yang mudah dibaca seperti buku2 cerita untuk kanak-kanak dan buku2 cerita fairy tales yang pernah menjadi kegilaan penaip dolu2.. Suka sangat berangan zaman kanak-kanak dolu, konon2 nak jadi puteri.. Akhirnya, tercapai jugak impian nak jadi puteri bila kena lakonkan watak Cinderella masa form 5... Tapi, citer Cinderella kitorang dalam versi kucing dimana nama penaip ditukar menjadi Catlella.. huhu.. Kasut kaca ditukar dengan rantai loceng yang digantung di leher(ntah tali rapia maner dorang cari aritu) dan detik jam 12 malam ditukar apabila Catlella minum susu rendah lemak dalam majlis memilih calon bakal isteri putera raja.. Sebelum ke majlis itu, nenek kebayan telah berpesan kepada Catlella bahawa dia tidak boleh minum susu rendah lemak semasa majlis kerana 'magic' nenek kebayan tidak boleh bertahan lama apabila Catlella minum susu tersebut. Kreatif betul penulis skrip ni (Emi dan Zatie) tapi penaip tak puas hati sebab diorang letak penaip jadi puteri!!!(Penaip da terlalu tua untuk blakon jadi puteri2 ni..) Wawaa.. Penat penaip melobi untuk mendapatkan watak penjaga kaset di belakang... Huhu.. Errr.... lari tajuk da ni...
Baiklah murid2, arini cikgu bagi homework sket.. Baca artikel dibawah dan terjemahkannya.. Cikgu bagi masa 2 minggu dari sekarang.. Nanti cikgu siarkan jawapan dia di dalam entry yang lain..
GREEK YOUTHS TAKE OVER TV,RADIO STATIONS
ATHENS, Greece — Greek protesters pushed their way into television and radio studios Tuesday, forcing broadcasters to put out anti-government messages in a change of tactics after days of violent street protests.
A group of about 10 youths got into the studio of NET state television and turned off a broadcast of a speech by Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis, station officials said. The protesters forced studio cameras to instead show them holding up banners that read: "Stop watching, get out onto the streets," and "Free everyone who has been arrested." No one was hurt, and no arrests were reported.
NET chairman Christos Panagopoulos said the protesters appeared to know how to operate cameras and studio controls.
"This goes beyond any limit," he said.
In the northern city of Thessaloniki, protesters made their way into three local radio stations, agreeing to leave only when a protest message was read out on the air.
Protesters have called for riot officers to be pulled off the streets and for police to be disarmed. But the protests tapped into wider discontent with Karamanlis' conservative government and there have been widespread calls for the government to revise its economic, social and education policies.
Higher education in Greece has come to a standstill. Lessons have stopped at more than 100 secondary schools that are under occupation by students, according to the Education Ministry. Scores of university buildings across Greece are also occupied.
Greece's opposition Socialists, who are calling for early elections, accused Karamanlis of mishandling the crisis which they said had worsened the effects of the international economic downturn.
"Greeks are losing their patience. Their salary is running out before the end of the month as they endure a major economic crisis, and at the same time can see the state collapsing," Socialist spokesman Giorgos Papaconstantinou said.
"People want answers to their problems, not speeches."
Karamanlis insisted his government has acted "calmly and responsibly" in dealing with riots, avoiding the loss of life. But for the first time since the violence erupted, he acknowledged the public's sense of frustration.
"Of course there are broader issues," he said. "People experience a lack or merit, corruption in their daily lives, and a sense of social injustice."
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