Read repeatedly “the subtle art of not giving a f*uck”

While #dirumahaja, it’s better to kill you time by reading repeatedly a left book ago or listening a podcast about. Here is “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fck”* by Mark Manson, all about self-improvement not through avoiding problems or always being happy, but rather through engaging and improving upon problems and learning to accept the occasional unhappiness. It’s a radical departure from anything else you’ve ever read, and that’s what makes it so powerful. We give an imagination for some powerful parts on it: “…You and everyone you know are going to be dead soon. And in the short amount of time between here and there,, you have… Read More

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Happy Ramadan 1441 H

Happy Ramadan 1441 H🙏 Recitation of Quran in Ramadan is one such deed that brings about the pleasure of Allah. During this month, it was revealed to the Prophet (PBUH) and became a source of complete guidance for us. So, we must imagine the month of Ramadan as a jackpot for us Muslims that the reward for doing good in this month is utmost and folded. Reading the Quran during Ramadan brings about a great sense of responsibility towards Allah which we do not realize at other times that the Quran is a constant reminder. Allah says in the Quran: “A Book, which We have revealed to you in order that… Read More

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Autodidact English at home

Brian Imanuel Soewarno (21) known professionally as Rich Brian (formerly Rich Chigga), is an Indonesian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. Brian began his career in 2015 and became international successful rapper. Anyway, you know the fact that many consider Brian to go to an international school, or have lived abroad. But who would have thought that Brian was an Indonesian homeschool student. Proficiency in English and understand a lot about the American culture derived from his hobbies browsing and watching YouTube. The successful guy collaborating with Skrillex admits learning English from the Rubik cube tutorial video and cinematography on Youtube. YouTube was also where he learned the special effects… Read More

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Regular and Irregular Adverbs

ADVERB generally corresponds to an ADJECTIVE. REGULAR adverbs are simply formed by adding “-ly” or other changes. IRREGULAR adverbs, on the other hand, are not formed from standard English spelling conventions (not always use “by”). You have to memorize them or find on Dictionary. BUT, we can simply identify the both from the position in sentence by knowing adjective or adverb. Eg. Regular Arverb She is a beautiful singer. (Ajdective) She sings a song beautifully. (Adverb) Eg. Irregular Adverb He is a fast runner. (Adjective) He runs fast. (Adverb) Either regular or irregular adverb, with suffix-ly or other changes above, means commonly in Bahasa Indonesia as “dengan/secara”

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