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Intensive class: Segera gabung!

Intensive Class

Intensive class merupakan kelas yang diselenggarakan secara intensif dari hari Senin s/d Kamis. Kelas ini dibuka mengingat banyaknya permintaan kelas seiring dengan dimulainya masa kuliah di perguruan tinggi. Kelas akan dibuka di LIA Tembalang

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Kelas akan dimulai tanggal 18 Pebruari 2019.

Kelas berikutnya baru akan dibuka pada awal April 2019

Informasi tentang kelas TOEFL, silakan kunjungi https://liasemarang.com/toefl-preparation/

Informasi kelas khusus percakapan, silakan kunjungi https://liasemarang.com/conversation-in-english/

HASIL PLACEMENT TEST : TERM 1901 – TEMBALANG

 

HASIL PLACEMENT TEST – TEMBALANG

TERM I / 2019
NO
TGL TEST
NAMA
HASIL
18-Dec-18WILDAN BACHTIARCV-1
28-Dec-18RAFITA FARANTIKACV-1
38-Dec-18ALIYA INGGITA P.MTP-2
414-Dec-18SALMA FUADIYAHTP-2
514-Dec-18ARUM YUMASTUTITP-2
615-Dec-18FAISAL FARABITP-2
715-Dec-18ROLANDO IMMANUEL SIJABATTP-2
815-Dec-18ANANDA RIZKY RAMADHANIEL-2
920-Dec-18DWIKI MEGANANDACV-2
1020-Dec-18SYAFIRA FALIH HCV-2
1121-Dec-18BULAN RAHMAYANIEL-2
1221-Dec-18INGGRID MARTHA QUEEN GEL-2
1321-Dec-18BAGAS SIMARMATAIN-2
1421-Dec-18CELYNE LOUISA MTP-1
1521-Dec-18FREDERICA EDWIN PARTOGITP-1
1621-Dec-18NELLA LARASATITP-1
1721-Dec-18FAUZAN AZIMACV-3
1822-Dec-18BULAN RAHMAYANITP-1
1922-Dec-18ADITYO NURCAHYOTP-1
2022-Dec-18IRVIN VALERIAN ATHALLAHEL-4
2122-Dec-18SARAH RIZKAEL-4
2222-Dec-18DEVI YUDISTIRACV-1
2327-Dec-18NISA AURELLIACV-2
2428-Dec-18MUFLIHUL FAKHRI NEL-4
2528-Dec-18HANNA AYU ANTAMIIN-1
2628-Dec-18JOHAN BHIMO SUKOCOIN-1
2728-Dec-18DIANA TITI ASAKAEL-2
2828-Dec-18LATIVA ISRARTP-2
2928-Dec-18AKHMAD ILHAM BINTANGTP-1
3028-Dec-18NURUL LATIFAHTP-2
3129-Dec-18AL FATHUR ROFIF RCV-1
3229-Dec-18FARIDA UBAY SUHADHATP-1

Term 0901 dimulai tanggal 7 Januari 2019 atau bisa dilihat di sini

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Promotion Test Result : (Term 1804) – Tembalang

Promotion Test Result

Promotion test results of LIA Tembalang are as follows:

Term 1901 starts on January 7, 2019. Please visit the page for details

Let’s learn more #8:IDIOMS

Getting meaning

Why idioms? We derive meanings of a text/phrase/clause from the words in it. However, sometimes it is improper to deduce or get the meaning from a text by translating word by word.

What is an idiom?

An idiom is a group of words. In the usage, we can not get the meaning merely by translating the individual words (e.g., rain cats and dogssee the light ). When we heard an idiom, e.g. It is raining cats and dogs, it doesn’t literally mean that there are some cats and dogs falling down to the earth from the sky. This idiom shows a kind of rain, that is when the rain starts and stops.

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LET’S LEARN MORE #7: FUN FACTS ABOUT ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Fun Facts about English Language

  1. The longest word in English is Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis which is a type of lung disease caused by inhaling ash and dust.

Can you pronounce it in a single breath?

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LET’S LEARN MORE #6: Miss, Mrs. or Ms.?

Miss, Mrs., or Ms.?

What does “Miss” mean?

“Miss,” when attached to a name, is a title of respect for an unmarried woman. You can use it by itself as a term of address or combine it with a surname, a descriptor of a prominent characteristic, or something she represents.

Example:

Miss Penelope Edwards is the new nursery school teacher. (surname)

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters is Miss Universe 2017. (something she represents)

Well, aren’t you little Miss Traveler? (prominent characteristic)

How do you use “Miss?”

Typically, in a business setting, you would use “Miss” along with an unmarried female’s last name. Don’t worry if you don’t know the woman’s last name; pausing after Miss suggests the woman to supply it to you. Make sure to use “Miss” for unmarried women you don’t know well or who hold positions of authority, such as teachers or supervisors.

Example:

Thanks for the invitation, Miss Janice . You are a great neighbor!

What does “Mrs.” mean?

“Mrs.” is a title of respect for a married or widowed woman. Sometimes the title includes her husband’s first and last name rather than her own, especially for written correspondence or when the wife’s name is unknown; this practices is becoming far less common than it was in the past, however.

Example:

Address the envelope to Mrs. Donald Belmont. (the wife of Donald Belmont)

How do you use “Mrs.”?

At work, when addressing married women, and when speaking to women in a position of authority, use “Mrs.” along with the married female’s last name. Always wait for an invitation to drop the formal title before using a woman’s first name.

Example:

Mrs. Jones is an amazing electrical engineer.

What does “Ms.” mean?

What if you don’t know whether someone is married or not? Unlike “Miss” or “Mrs.”, it doesn’t indicate a woman’s marital status. The title became popular during the women’s movement of the 1970s because “Ms.” seemed a suitable equivalent of “Mister,” a title of respect for both unmarried and married men.

How to Use “Ms.”

Apply the same rules as you would for “Miss” and “Mrs.”

“Miss” or “Ms.”?

Both “Miss” and “Ms.” apply to women who are unmarried or whose marital status is unknown. Which you choose depends on the preference of the woman. Interestingly, some newspaper editors avoid the issue by omitting titles and instead referring to men and women by their full names.

Example:

Prince Harry has said he knew his bride-to-be Meghan Markle was “the one” from the moment they met, as the couple made their first public appearance since the announcement of their engagement.

LEC 2018

llia semarang lec ec performance
performance by ec lia imam bonjol

” Hey you come out and run

Let’s have some fun in the Rising Sun

let’s learn together and be happier

hi friends it’s really time to break the line to make it fine

move! Go! to the right place and then..

be the best!

LIA the excellent place

the real window to open the world

LIA, Where I can fly on cloud so high, to reach the sky

the Leading learning institution in Indonesia

dedicated to quality education”

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LET’S LEARN MORE#5: Do you school or study?

 

 Study VS School 
Do you study at SMP 5 ?

Is SMP 5 your school?

Study is a verb

School is a noun

Die, dead, death,died  
My Cat is dead.
It died yesterday.
Its death was a surprise.
Dead is an Adjective (a descriptive word)
Death is a Noun (a naming word)
Die is a Verb (an action word)
Died is the past tense of the verb Die
Job VS Work
Do you have a full-time JOB ?

I WORK from 8:00 until 5:00 today.

Job is a noun

Work is a verb

LET’S LEARN MORE #4: HALO MISTER?

How do you address someone?

Mr.Mrs.Miss.Ms.
Pronounced “mister.”Pronounced “misses.”Pronounced “miss.”Pronounced “mizz.”
usually used with a man’s last name.usually used with a woman’s last name.usually used with a woman’s last name.usually used with a woman’s last name.
for example: “Please give this to Mr. Smith.”For example: “Please give this to Mrs Smith.”For example: “Please give this to Miss Smith.”For example: “Please give this to Ms Smith.”
It is not possible to know if the man is married or single.Used to refer to a married woman.Used to refer to a single woman.It is not possible to know if the woman is married or single.

ENGLISH CAMP:UNNES

Frienship English Camp diadakan untuk mahasiswa FE UNNES pada tanggal 24 Agustus 2018 pkl. 08:00-16:00 di kampus UNNES. Kegiatan ini diikuti sekitar 120 mahasiswa.

lia-semarang-english-camp
group discussion at english camp

Ternyata para mahasiswa cukup jago dalam bahasa Inggris. Mereka tidak gentar dengan aturan 100% full bahasa Inggris selama kegiatan.

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