Information About Frog

Information About Frog

Information About Frog

      In this occasion we want to share about Information About Frog.

      A frog is a small, tailless animal with bulging eyes.  Almost all Frog have long back legs and short front legs, a flat head, and body with no neck.  Adult Frog have no tail, though one North American species has a short tail – like structure.  Most Frog have a sticky tongue attached to the front part of the mouth.  They can rapidly flip out the tongue to capture prey. They may vary in color or size.  Most Frog are green or brown, but some have colorful markings. (also study : Baby of Butterfly is Caterpillar)

      The smallest species of frog grow only 1/2-inch long.  The largest measures nearly a foot! (The giant or Goliath, frog of west-central Africa).      

      Frog (plural = Frogs) is amphibian that belongs to a group of vertebrates which mean animal that has a backbone.   The word amphibian comes from a Greek word that means “two lives.”  Amphibian is cold – blooded.  This means that its inside body temperature is about the same as the temperature outside.  Its skin absorbs water into its body so the frog doesn’t have to drink water in order to survive.  A frog has very strong legs for leaping great distances. read more

Information about Adverb of Time

Information about Adverb of Time

Information about Adverb of Time

        One again the material of grammar we want to share to our readers. This is Information about Adverb of Time.  In this case we will discuss about meaning, function, position of adverb of time and some words related to adverb of time. (also read : Adverb of Place)

Below is the material of Information about Adverb of Time:

The Meaning of Adverb of Time

        Adverb of time is adverb that changes or qualifies the meaning of a sentence by telling us when things happen are defined as adverbs of time.

The Function of Adverb of Time

        The function of Adverb of time is not only for telling us when an action happened, but also telling for how long, and how often an action happened.

Adverbs of time mainly modify verbs and tell us when something happens.

Examples:

  • Robinson got accident last week. (when)
  • She cried because of her husband death all day. (how long)
  • We go to our grandmother’s house monthly. (how often)

The Position of Adverb of Time

Tell us WHEN

Adverbs that tell us when are usually placed at the end of the sentence.

Examples:

  • My uncle went to the hospital last week.
  • She is going to tidy her room tomorrow.
  • I will call you later.
  • They have to leave now.
  • We watched that movie last year.

        Putting an adverb that tells us when at the end of a sentence is a neutral position, but these adverbs can be put in other positions to give a different emphasis. All adverbs that tell us when can be placed at the beginning of the sentence to emphasize the time element. Some can also be put before the main verb in formal writing, while others cannot occupy that position. read more

Job description of Profession in Hospital

Job description of Profession in Hospital

Job description of Profession in Hospital

Job description of Profession in Hospital

        After posting about names of profession, in this occasion, we will share about Job description of Profession in Hospital.  The job description will be mentioned briefly so that the readers get information about Job description of Profession in Hospital. (also read : Names of Profession in Hospital)

Below is the information of some Job description of Profession in Hospital:

  • Doctor is someone who diagnoses symptoms and recommend treatment for patients. He/she has a wide range of clinical experience ranging from newly qualified junior doctor to senior consultant.
  • Audiologist is someone who identifies and assesses hearing and balance disorders. He/she provides appropriate rehabilitation and management, often working closely with ear nose and throat (ENT) consultants.
  • Cardiologist is qualified doctor who diagnoses, assesses and manages patients with diseases of the heart and vascular system (circulation). His/her experience ranges from junior hospital doctors to senior consultant level.    
  • Dentist is someone who diagnoses, treats, and prevents problems in a patient’s mouth, focusing on the teeth and gums. Dentist is trained to identify prevalent oral conditions so patients can receive treatment as quickly as possible.
  • Dental Hygienist is a person who works in a dentist’s office, cleaning patient’s teeth before, during, and after a dental procedure. Dental hygienists work side-by-side with dentists and other dental professionals.
  • Dermatologist is someone who refers patients to other specialists as needed, records patients’ health histories, provides dermatologic consultation to other health professionals, provides liposuction treatment to patients, instructs interns or residents in diagnosis and treatment of dermatological diseases and recommend diagnostic tests based on patients’ histories and physical examination findings.
  • Dietitian is someone who works with people to promote nutritional wellbeing, prevents food-related problems and treats disease.     
  • Surgeon is qualified doctor who specializes in operating on particular parts of the body. These range from junior surgeons to highly qualified senior consultants.    
  • Pediatrician someone who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of childhood illnesses. He/she works in children’s hospital wards and outpatient clinics. 
  • Physician is someone who treats and diagnoses patients. Many of them work in hospitals, but they may also operate their own firms.
  • Gynecologist is a doctor who helps pregnant women before and after the birth of their babies. Gynecologists monitor the progress of a pregnancy, identify the sex of a baby, prescribe prenatal medications, and assist in the birthing process. They also perform fertility treatments and help couples who are having trouble getting pregnant.
  • General internist is someone who diagnoses and provides non-surgical treatment for diseases and injuries of internal organ systems.
  • Optometrist is a doctor in charge of assessing a person’s vision and eye health. Optometrists prescribe glasses and contacts for patients who need corrective lenses, and they provide treatment options for patients with eye conditions.
  • Orthoptists is someone who assesses and manages a range of eye problems, usually linked to the way eyes move. (Also read other article at : Coffee May Help You Live Longer)
  • Obstetrician is doctor who mainly deals with the management of pregnancy and childbirth. He/she works in outpatient clinics and on hospital wards and can perform operations such as Caesarean sections.              
  • Anesthesiologist is a medical professional responsible for prescribing and administering anesthesia to patients. This usually happens before and during a medical operation, surgery, or invasive assessment.  
  • Anesthetist is someone who gives local or general anesthetics to patients. Anesthetists also monitors the condition of patients as they undergo treatment such as surgery and sometimes run outpatient pain management clinics.
  • Emergency medical technician or EMT cares for sick and injured patients in emergency rooms, ambulances, and other fast-paced medical environments. EMTs must have a basic knowledge of a variety of medical conditions so they can properly help the patients they encounter.
  • Pathologist is qualified doctor who studies the causes of diseases and specializes in his/her detection. A Pathologist performs post-mortem examinations on bodies after death if required and also analyses organs.
  • Pharmacist is a health care professional in charge of dispensing prescription medications to patients and medical facilities. Pharmacists must have an extensive knowledge of chemistry and anatomy/physiology to determine if prescriptions will work well for a patient’s medical conditions and pre-existing drug uses.    
  • Psychologist has a degree in psychology, but is not qualified medical doctors. She/he uses psychological approaches to bring about improvements in patients’ mental health. She/he cannot prescribe medicines.               
  • Psychiatrist is qualified medical doctors who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions. He/she can prescribe medicines and may also use psychological (talking) treatments to help patients.
  • Physiotherapist uses psychological approaches to treat adults and children with a wide range of mental, emotional and behavioral problems. Again, she/he is not qualified medical doctors so can’t prescribe medicines.
  • Radiologist is specialist doctor who works either in clinical radiology (diagnostic scans) or clinical oncology (cancer treatment). Therapeutic radiographers treat cancer patients using high doses of radiation.            
  • Nurse is someone who works in a variety of settings to provide and manage the care of individual patients. She/he works closely with doctors and other healthcare professionals.
  • Nursing assistant is someone who helps provide basic patient care under the guidance of nurse.
  • Children nurse is someone who care for sick children on the pediatric wards and outpatient departments. She/he provides support to children and their families.  
  • Midwife is someone who offers individual care to pregnant women and their families. She assists women during labor on the obstetric ward and in the delivery suite.        
  • Ambulance driver is someone who drives an ambulance vehicle for taking the patients from the accident, injured and emergencies to the hospital.
  • Gardener is responsible for the hospital grounds, helping to grow and cultivate plants, shrubs and lawns at NHS premises. A gardener works alongside grounds staff who maintain the physical environment outside the hospital.
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    Teleng Ria Beach Pacitan

    Teleng Ria Beach Pacitan

    Teleng Ria Beach Pacitan

            Have a nice meeting in recreation information area. Here we will give information about Teleng Ria Beach Pacitan. As we know that Pacitan is a famous place for its beaches. It has a lot of amazing beaches that people can visit. One of them is Teleng Ria beach. (also read : SRAU BEACH PACITAN)

            Teleng Ria Beach Pacitan, as its name, this beach is one of beaches in Pacitan. It is the nearest beach in Pacitan because It is only about 5 km from the city of Pacitan. It is exactly located in Teleng village, Pacitan District, Pacitan Regency. It can easily be reached by motorcycles, cars or other vehicles about 10 minutes from the city.

            There are some activities can be done by visitors when they go to Teleng Ria beach Pacitan such as swimming, walking on the shore of the beach and even enjoying the panorama of Teleng Ria beach. Some people visiting this place also do some activities such as jogging, bicycling etc. If you like to go fishing, that is a possible thing when you are visiting Teleng Ria beach. If you like to swim, I think you should be careful because sometimes big waves come suddenly. Usually, there is a sound of whistle if there are big waves coming suddenly. read more

    Kastoba Lake Bawean

    Kastoba Lake Bawean

    Kastoba Lake Bawean

             There are many recreation places in East Java province which offer exotics view for the visitors. One of them is Kastoba Lake Bawean which can be alternative for spending holiday time. (also see : Recreation to Sarangan Lake)

            When you go to Bawean island, we suggest you to go to Kastoba lake as this lake has beautiful scenery and this lake is still natural. Kastoba Lake Bawean is one of exotic lake in Gresik Regency. So this lake is one of recreation destination place in Gersik. To enjoy the beauty and charm of Kastoba Lake, it can be reached on foot.

            Kastoba Lake Bawean is located in Paromaan village, Tambak district, Gresik regency, East Java Province. It is located in Bawean Island. We need only one and half hour drive from Sangkapura quay to reach the lake, by passing Bawean road. Kastoba lake located on a high hill enough. There are hundreds of steps that you must go through the undergrowth on either side of the road. Must be careful to get to the top, because the road to the lake is still very natural. read more

    Information of Lailatul Qadar from Quran

    Information of Lailatul Qadar from Quran

    Information of Lailatul Qadar from Quran

    Information of Lailatul Qadar from Quran

            Imagine this. What if your boss told you that if you worked on one specific day, the company would give you 81 years worth of pay? What if you could earn the same amount of money for 81 years of work with just one night of labor? Would you agree to this bargain? (Also read : SMS Word Collection for Idul Fitri)

            Allah, praised and glorified, has promised His believers an even better deal. Muslims can attain the same amount of blessings and rewards in one night of worship, as they would if they worshiped 1000 regular months. That’s over 81 years. That’s the blessing of Lailatul Qadar.

            The importance of Lailatul Qadar is great since Holy Quran was sent down in this night. The Muslims who find Lailatul Qadar should stay up and pray whole night out of faith and hoping for reward from Allah. As to the importance of Laylatul Qadar (the night of Decree), it is better than a thousand months. Allah almighty says in the Holy Quran. (Also read other article at : Soal Pilihan Ganda Descriptive Text) read more

    Abbreviation in Daily Life

    ABBREVIATION IN DAILY LIFE

    Abbreviation in Daily Life

    Abbreviation in Daily Life

           Some shortened form of a word or phrase is an abbreviation. However, it can be used as Acronyms when it can be pronounced as a single word. In other words, shortened forms are abbreviations some of which are acronyms. In this posting, I will not explain about the differences between abbreviations and acronyms. (Also read : Generic structure of Review Text)

            I just want to share about some abbreviations in which we commonly find them in our daily life. Now, let’s go to the information about Abbreviation in Daily Life often we find:

    Abbreviation of Profession and title

    • Mr. = Mister
    • Mrs. = Mistress
    • Ms. = Miss
    • Dr. = Doctor
    • Jr. = Junior
    • Sr. = Senior
    • Capt. = Captain
    • Comdr. = Commander
    • Col. = Colonel
    • Gen. = General
    • Hon. = the Honorable
    • Lt. = Lieutenant
    • Rev. = the Reverend

    Other common abbreviations include:

    Months of the Year

    • Jan. = January
    • Feb. = February
    • Mar. = March
    • Apr. = April
    • Jun. = June
    • Jul. = July
    • Aug. = August
    • Sept. = September
    • Oct. = October
    • Nov. = November
    • Dec. = December

    (Also read other article at :  UAS Ganjil Bahasa Inggris Kelas 9 Paket 5)

    Days of the Week

    • Mon. = Monday
    • Tues. = Tuesday
    • Wed. = Wednesday
    • thurs. = Thursday
    • Fri. = Friday
    • Sat. = Saturday
    • Sun. = Sunday

    Types of Measurement

    • MPH = Miles per hour
    • RPM = Revolutions per minute
    • Btu = British thermal units
    • F = Fahrenheit
    • C = Celsius

    Weight and Volume

    • gal. = gallon
    • lp. = pound
    • oz. = ounce
    • pt .= pint
    • qt.= quart
    • wt. = weight
    • vol. = volume

    Time

    • hr. = hour
    • min = minute
    • sec = second

    Length = US / UK

    • in. = inch
    • ft. = foot
    • mi = mile
    • yd. = yard

    (Also read other article at :  Nasib Sampah di Mata Manusia)

    Measures in Metrics

    • kg = kilogram
    • km = kilometer
    • m = meter
    • mg = milligram
    • mm = millimeter

    Directions

    • N = North
    • S = South
    • E = East
    • W = West
    • NE = Northeast
    • NW = Northwest
    • SE = Southeast
    • SW = Southwest

    Important Institutions

    • BBC = British Broadcasting Corporation
    • EU = European Union
    • IRS = Internal Revenue Service
    • NASA = National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    • NATO = North Atlantic Treaty Organization
    • UNICEF = United Nations Children’s Fund
    • WHO = World Health Organization
    • ILO = International Labor Organization

    SMS, Texting, Chat

    Many abbreviations are used online and in our daily lives with smart phones, chat rooms, etc. Here are a few, but you can follow the next for a complete list in alphabetical order in other discussion of my posts. read more

    Expression and Response of Surprise

    Expression of Surprise

           Expression and Response of Surprise. In daily life sometimes we feel surprise when we see or hear something that we are not believing. Maybe it’s an unexpected or unpredictable event or a piece of information. Surprised expressions are commonly related to a situation which makes us disbelieve and have interest expression.

           In this session I want to share about how to express surprise and its response. Here are some expressions we can use.

    Expression of Surprise

    • Wow ! What a surprise!
    • What’s surprise!                
    • That’s a surprise!
    • That’s very surprising!
    • Fantastic!
    • That’s amazing                      
    • Really?
    • What?
    • I find it hard to believe
    • Are you sure? You must be kidding me
    • Are you serious? You must be joking
    • You’re kidding
    • Fancy that !
    • I must say it surprise me
    • Etc.

    Response of Surprise

    • Yeah
    • Yes
    • It is
    • Yup !
    • Positively !
    • It’s true
    • I’m serious
    • I don’t know why
    • No, I’m not
    • Does it ?
    • Etc.

    Example in Dialogue

    Dialogue 1

    Lanny     : Look!! I got A in my test

    Fitria     : That’s very surprising

    Lanny     : I don’t know why

    Fitria     : I am sure this divine from Allah.

    Dialogue 2

    Shirly : Hi, Mark. Where is Johan now? I have not seen him him for three days.

    Mark : Have you known that Johan is sick? He gets fever. He has been hospitalized.

    Shirly : Are you sure? You must be kidding me. I called him yesterday.

    Mark : Yes I was in the hospital when you called him yesterday read more

    Reported or Indirect and Direct Speech

    Reported or Indirect and Direct Speech

    Direct and Indirect Speech

    Reported or Indirect and Direct Speech

           In communication we often have to give information about what people say or think. In order to do this we can use direct / quoted speech, or indirect / reported speech. (Also read : Pattern and Function Past perfect Tense)

    Direct Speech

           When we say about ourselves information directly to someone, it is called direct speech (sometimes called quoted speech). And when we use direct speech in writing, we place the words spoken between quotation marks (” “) and there is no change in these words.

    Examples

    She says, “What time will you be home?”

    She said, “What time will you be home?” and I said, “I don’t know!”

    “There’s a fly on my soup!” screamed Rita.

    Bandi said, “There’s a goat outside the window.”

    Indirect Speech

           When we say to someone about what another person has said to us, it is called Indirect Speech (sometimes called reported speech). And when we use indirect speech in writing, we don’t use quotation marks to enclose what the person said. (Also read other article at : Rindu Diantara Rinai Hujan) read more

    Difference Countable and Uncountable Noun

    Difference Countable and Uncountable Noun

    Difference of Countable and Uncountable Noun

    Difference of Countable and Uncountable Noun

           After sharing about nouns in the preceded post, now I want to share more about a part of noun classifications. They about countable noun and uncountable noun. (Also read : The Pattern of Past Continuous Tense)

          It’s important to distinguish between countable and uncountable nouns in English because their usage is different in regards to both determiners and verbs.

    Countable nouns

           Countable nouns are the names of separate items which can be counted. They have a singular and a plural form. The singular form can use the determiner “a” or “an“. And in the plural we can combine with numbers, many, few, some, any, etc.

    Examples:

    • Did you buy a newspaper today? ~ I bought two newspapers, ‘The Jakarta Post’ and ‘The Mirror’.
    • Have we got any oranges in the house? ~ We’ve got some apples but we don’t have any oranges.
    • She has three dogs.
    • I own a house.
    • I would like two books please.
    • How many friends do you have?

    Uncountable Nouns

           Uncountable nouns are for the things that we cannot count with numbers. These nouns are the names of things that cannot be counted and have only a singular form. These nouns use singular verbs in a sentence. They do not have plural forms. They generally refer to drinks, liquids, grains, gases, materials, metals etc. The abstract nouns are also uncountable. (Also read other article at : Negara Boneka Bentukan Belanda) read more