History the Name of Indonesia

History the Name of Indonesia

History the Name of Indonesia

History the Name of Indonesia

       The aphorism. says “Don’t know then no love”. Likewise about the history of our beloved homeland “Indonesia”. How will our love grow if we don’t know it? Even though we as citizens who live in Indonesia. But the fact, many of us are very lack information about the history of our homeland. (Also read : Life Spirit of Young Palm Tree)

       Like, the word “Indonesia” is familiar in everyday life, in everyone’s mind, even children of kindergarten and elementary school period have been taught the word Indonesia as their beloved homeland through songs and others.

       But do you know, the history of the origin name of the mention of “Indonesia”?

       This word (Indonesia), in the days of Ancestors never heard before. Because this word was not a native word for them. Formerly the era of Mahapatih Gajahmada (The Majapahit Prime Minister) called it the term, “Nuswantara, or Nusantara” to refer to a collection of islands  (now it is called Indonesia). read more

Asking Someone Identity

Asking Someone Identity

Asking Someone Identity

        In this occasion, we want to share about Asking Someone Identity because getting someone information about their identity is very important for knowing someone. It can be used whenever we want to introduce in the classroom, in the office or everywhere it is needed. (also read : Asking and Response for Repetition)

There are some expressions of Asking Someone Identity

What is your name? (for asking name)

My name is . . . .

What is your address number? (for asking address)

It is . . . .

What is your phone number? (for asking phone number)

085 675 134 645

What’s your father’s name? (for asking father’s name)

His name is . . . .

What’s your mother’s name? (for asking mother’s name)

Her name is . . . .

What’s your sister’s name? (for asking sister’s name)

Her name is . . . .

Where do you live? (for asking address)

I live in/on/at . . . .

How old are you? (for asking age)

I am 30 tears old.

How tall are you? (for asking height)

I am 159 cm.

How do you go to school? (for asking the way)

By motorcycle.

What is your weight? (for asking weight) read more

How to Introduce Yourself or Other People

How to Introduce Yourself or Other People

Introduce Yourself

How to Introduce Yourself or Other People

       Maybe you just stand there and don’t really know how to begin when you want to introduce yourself or someone else to an English native speaker. Your intention, however, was to leave a lasting first impression at the beginning of a conversation. (Also read : Expression of Agreement and Disagreement)

     The following phrases will help you to introduce yourself both casually and confidently. If someone is introduced to you, you may reply “Nice to meet you” and introduce yourself afterwards


expressions to introduce yourself expressions to introduce others
I just wanted to introduce myself,

I don’t believe we’ve met before,

I don’t think we’ve actually met formally yet,



(Also read othe article at : Pengagum Warna Pelangi)

My name is …

I’m ….

Nice to meet you; I’m …

Pleased to meet you; I’m …

Let me introduce myself; I’m …

I’d like to introduce myself; I’m …

I’d like to introduce you to…

There’s someone I’d like you to meet,

This is…

Have you met…?

…, please meet ….

…, have you met …?

I’d like you to meet ….

I’d like to introduce you to ….

Leila, this is Bonita. Bonita this is Leila.

Useful responses when introducing yourself or other people
Pleased to meet you.

Nice to meet you.

Very nice to meet you.

It’s a pleasure to meet you.

Happy to meet you.

How do you do?


  1. When introducing yourself or other people in a formal situation use full names. (“I’m Alex Bertnard.”) (Also read othe article at : Mumpung Waras Ibadah Seng Ikhlas)
  2. How do you do?” isn’t really a question, it just means “Hello


Basri:               I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Basri Handoko, the new manager.

William:          I’m William O’Brian. Nice to meet you, Mr. Basri Handoko.

Basri:               Nice to meet you too, Mr. William, please meet Ms. Anisa Chotim, my assistant

William:          How do you do?

Anisa:              How do you do? read more