Kamis, 15 November 2012

Giving Attention

what is giving attention ?????

Showing/Giving attention is expression of showing our attention to other people. We need to pay attention to other people showing that we care about them. So that, we can get attention from other people.

For example:

Mia : You look fresher after coming back from holiday.
Jack  : Do I? Well you’re right about taking a holiday. It’s exhilarating and relaxing.
Mia  : so, what was the most unforgettable moment you had during the holiday?
Jack  : When I did white water sport. It was frightening, but exciting as well.
Mia   : Really? That sport really pumps our adrenalin.
Jack  : You’re  right.
            In the dialog, the girl says. “You look fresher after coming back from holiday.” The sentence is used to show the girl’s attention to the boy  who look fresher. Meanwhile, her sentence “Really? That sport really pumps our adrenalin.” Expresses her attention to the boy’s story that he did white water sport.
Here are some expression to show our attention to other people.
Giving Attention
·         What should I do to cheer  you up?
·         I really care about you.
·         Don’t worry. I’m with you.
·         What’s wrong with you?
·         Hope you will be fine.
·         Are you O.K/fine?
·         Wow! That’s great.
·         Nice hair style !
·         Do you?/Are you?/Did you?
·         Well, you can tell me an amusing story.
·         Yes, you do. And I’m very grateful for that.
·         Thank you very much.
·         Nothing. I’m fine.
·         Thank you.
·         Yes I’m O.K/No, I’m not feeling well.
·         It is.
·         Thanks.
·         Yes, I do/I am/I did

Vocabulary, Part of Body and Shape

Vocabulary, Part of Body and Shape
Vocabulary is a collection of words alphabetized; a dictionary or the collection of words one knows and uses.
A person's vocabulary is the set of words within a language that are familiar to that person. A vocabulary usually develops with age, and serves as a useful and fundamental tool for communication and acquiring knowledge.
      Vocabulary is commonly defined as "all the words known and used by a particular person ". Knowing a word, however, is not as simple as simply being able to recognize or use it. There are several aspects of word knowledge which are used to measure word knowledge.


Simple Straight Sided Shapes

Simple Rounded Shapes

Types of Triangles

3D Shapes

Mathematical Shapes

Pentagon - 5 sides

Hexagon - 6 sides

Octagon - 8 sides

Complex Miscellaneous Shapes

Part of Body

1.      Head. Consists of :
-       Hair
-       Forehead
-       Eyes
-       Nose
-       Mouth
-       Lips
-       Teeth
-       Tongue
-       Cheeks
-       Ears
-       Chin
-       Jaw
-       Neck

2.      Upper Body. Consists of :
-          Collar bone
-          Chest
-          Stomach
-          Waist
-          Back

3.      Upper Limbs (arm). Consists of :