July4, 2019 EntryText Analysis

1. Intricate
Complex or complicated. Difficult and detailed. Having a lot of small parts that are arranged in a complicated or delicate way. Hard to understand and work process. You use intricate to describe something that has many small parts or details. Intricate things are complex and have many elements. Complex or having many details.

2. Authorise
Give permission for, or approval to. Permit allow, aggree to or approve, endorse or validate. Mandate or commission.

3. Mistakenly
In a mistaken way, or wrongly. In error or incorrectly, falsely, by mistake, by accident or accidentally.  if someone is mistaken, they are wrong about something. mistaken about: He may have been mistaken about what he saw. sadly mistaken: If you think I’m going to help, you’re sadly mistaken. Based on error; wrong: a mistaken view of the situation.

4. Hexadecimal
relating to or using a system of numerical notation that has 16 rather than 10 as its base.
“a string of hexadecimal characters”. Hexadecimal describes a base-16 number system. … We show the equivalence of binary, decimal, and hexadecimal numbers in the table below.

Hexadecimal is a convenient way to express binary numbers in modern computers in which a byte is almost always defined as containing eight binary digits. Hexadecimal refers to the base-16 number system, which consists of 16 unique symbols: the numbers 0 to 9 and the letters A.

5. Derived
Obtain something from a specified source. Obtain, get, take, to get something especially advantage.

6. Elliptic
Relation to, or shaped like an ellipse. Something that is elliptical has the shape of an ellipse.

7. Curve
a line that bends continuously and has no straight parts. Bend, turn, spiral,coil, curl. Circle, round, ringlet.

8. Authentic
Pure, origin, original, genuine, real. The adjective authentic describes something that is real or genuine and not counterfeit.

9. Identifier
A person or thing that identifies someone or something. Or a set of numbers, letters, or symbols that is used to represent a piece of data or a process in a computer …( 2) . A person who identifies with something or someone.

10. Algorithm
A process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer. “a basic algorithm for division”.

11. Hash
A hashing algorithm is a cryptographic hash function. It is a mathematical algorithm that maps data of arbitrary size to a hash of a fixed size. It’s designed to be a one-way function, infeasible to invert. However, nowadays several hashing algorithms are being compromised.

come to agreement on something after lengthy and vigorous discussion.
“they met during the day to hash out the campaign’s reaction to the controversy”.

Hashing is used to index and retrieve items in a database because it is faster to find the item using the shorter hashed key than to find it using the original value. It is also used in many encryption algorithms.

A hash function is a mathematical function that converts an input value into a compressed numerical value – a hash or hash value. … The length of the output or hash depends on the hashing algorithm. Generally speaking, the most popular hashing algorithms or functions have a hash length ranging from 160 to 512 bits.

A hash is a function that converts one value to another. Hashing data is a common practice in computer science and is used for several different purposes. Examples include cryptography, compression, checksum generation, and data indexing.

(2) . What is the hash?
Hashish, or hash, is a drug made from the resin of the cannabis plant. It is consumed by smoking a small piece, typically in a pipe, bong, vaporizer or joint, or via oral ingestion (after decarboxylation). … Hashish was the primary form of cannabis used in Europe in 2008.

12. Disputes
A disagreement or argument. A dispute is an argument or disagreement between people or groups.

Conclusion 4 on February 2019

1. Simple Present form of be

It is present tense…
a) unceasingly
Nonstop or not ceasing and it is continuing. Without stopping. When you do something unceasingly, you do it without stopping. In a way that is continuing and unlikely to stop or never ceasing.

b) indefinite
Lasting for an unknown or unstated length of time. Synonyms as indeterminate, unlimited, undecided, undetermined, uncertain, not sure, not exact, not clearly defined, not precise, an indefinite date in the future.

If you describe a situation or period as indefinite, you mean that people have not decided when it will end. Unsettled, not clear in meaning, blurred, of not fixed number.

c) vase
A container used to put flowers in.

d) pottery
Tembikar. Pots, dishes and other articles made of fired clay. Pottery can be broadly decided into earthenware, porcelain and stoneware.

e) ornament
Make something look more attractive by adding decorative items. Synonyms as decorate, beautify, accessorize, dress up. Decoration that is added to increase the beauty of. Decorations and patterns on a building or a piece of furniture can be referred to as ornament. A thing used or serving to make something look more attractive but usually having no practical purpose.

f) vessel
2. A hollow container, especially one used to hold something such as a bowl or cask.

g) porcelain
Porcelain is a hard, white non-porous type of ceramic. (noun) An example of porcelain is a type of veneers for teeth.

h) earthenware
pottery, crockery, stoneware; china, porcelain; pots, crocks. “the Wedgwood potteries produced cream-coloured earthenware”

i) ceramics
pottery, pots, china, terracotta. the art of making objects by shaping pieces of clay and then baking them until they are hard.

j) brass
a bright yellow metal made from copper and zinc. In malay is LOYANG

k) bronze
a brown metal made of copper and tin. In malay is GANGSA

l) enormous
very large in size, quantity, or extent.
“enormous sums of money”
synonyms:huge, vast, broad, wide. Extremely large or great.

m) assume
To accept something to be true without question or proof.

n) granted
used to admit that something is true, before saying something else about it.

o) anticipate
regard as probable; expect or predict.
“she anticipated scorn on her return to the theatre” synonyms:expect, foresee, predict, think likely, forecast, prophesy.

Conclusion 3 for February 2019

Conclusion 3 for February 2019

6. Roasted
To roast or to bake especially in an oven.

a) prolonged
Continuing for a long time. Or longer than usual.

b) exposure
Unrecovered, “you should always limit your exposure to the sun”. Reveal. “the secret revealed”.

c) grill
Bake, grill or a device on a cooker that radiates heat downwards for cooking food. Or cook food using a grill. The surface in a cooker that can be heated to very high temperature and under which you put food to be cooked. A frame of metal bars over a fire on which food can be put to be cooked.

d) chestnuts
Buah berangan

e) foodstuff
Food. Foodstuffs are substances which people eat.

f) ore
A substance formed naturally in the ground can be obtained. Metal ore (bijih logam) is a solid material which is typically hard and shiny. As such as gold, silver, and others metal.

g) spit-roast
Cook a piece of meat on a spit. “spit-roasted lamb”. The technique of roaster an animal, over a fire, where the cook sticks a wooden or metal rod through the animal.

h) A piece of meat cooked slowly in a covered dish. A piece of beef that is cooked slowly in a covered dish with a small amount of liquid and sometimes vegetables.

i) broil
Cook meat or fish by exposure to direct heat. Synonyms as grill, toast, barbecue, fry, bake. To cook something under a very hot surface in a cooker. Broiling is an alternative to grilling.

j) olive
A small bitter green or black fruit that is eaten or used to produce oil, “olive oil”.

k) casseroles
A dish made by cooking meat, vegetables or other foods in liquid inside a heavy container at low heat. The definition of a casseroles is a one pot meal cooked in the oven consisting of rice, potato, or noodles, combined with vegetables and meat or fish in some type of sauce. A combination of pasta, peas, tuna fish and cream of celery soup is an example of a casserole.

l) muffins
A muffin is a small baked good made from batter. Muffins are single serving quick breads, which rise with the help of baking soda or baking powder and eggs instead of yeast. They tend to be sweet and somewhat moist, but heavier than a cake or cupcake. Muffins are baked in a pan with cup-sized indentations.

January’s 2019, conclusion 3

10. Intended
Plan, purpose, meant, goal

a) propose
Put forward a plan or suggestion to consideration by others. Bring forward, come up with, to offer or suggest a possible plan or action for other people. If you propose something such as a plan or an idea you suggest it for people to think. Put forward a plan or intention.

b) imply
Implying or implicate, implement, implication, involve, imply is defined as to suggest or express something indirectly or to involve something naturally. If you imply that something is the case you say something which indicates that it is the case in an indirect way.

c) affect
Affect and effect are quite different in meaning. Though frequently confused. Affect is primarily a verb meaning “make a different to”. Affect and effect are often confused because they sound alike and have related meaning.

Have an effect on. Or make a difference to. Impact on, infect, take hold of. To cause a change in someone or something. Is something affects a person or thing, it influences them or causes them to change in.

11. Esteemed
Great or highly respected. Respect because a wise and intelligent person.

a) admired
To respect and approve of someone. Admire because intelligence or courage. Wonder.

b) admiration
To find someone or something attractive and pleasant to look at. A feeling of wonder, pleasure, respect and approval.

c) regard
Consider or think of in a specified way. Judge, estimate, evaluate, interpret, asses, appraise, put down as, or take for. (2) Consideration, care or concern. Or thoughtful, attention or attentiveness. Attention to or concern for something. To look carefully at something. (3) best wishes that to used to express friendliness in greetings or good wishes. (4) to believe “I regard her as my best friend”. (5) respect and admiration for someone.

d) favoably
It is favourably. With approval or well, approvingly, positively. In a way that shows someone and/or something is liked or approved of. Making you support. Agreeably. Nicely (2) to the advantage of someone or something.

e) honesty
The quality of being honest. Honour, morality, integrity, goodness, uprightness.

12. Governance
Govern of the government. Rule and control.

a) establishment
An organization or system is the act of creating it or beginning it. A group or class of people having institutional authority within a society. Or the dominant group or elite that holds power or authority in a nation or organization.

The action of establishing something or being established, a business organization, public institution, etc. Sentence: “Establishment of policies, and continuous monitoring of their proper implementation.

b) implementation
The action, the act. The process a plan into effect or execution.” She was responsible for the implementation of the plan”. Application, carrying out, carrying through, accomplishment, achievement. The realization, “I became responsible for the implementation of the plan”.

The act of putting a plan into action or of starting to use something. To application of a plan or idea. An act or instance of implementing something. The process of making something active or effective to implementation of a new policy or law.

c) cherishing
Protect and care for, shelter, keep safe, love and protect to something or someone. “To cherish one’s native land”. To cherish something is to care for it deeply, to treasure it, like the way you cherish the time you spend with a favorite person. To keep or cultivate with care and affection. Defined as to treat with love or remember fondly. An example of to cherish is for a child to hold on to a gift from a grandparent. An example of to cherish is to think of your vacation with your family.

d) directorship
Directorship about all possible synonyms, equivalent, same meaning and similar words of director, Leadership, supervisor, CEO, executive.
The position of being the director of a company or manager.

Conclusion 2 for February 2019

Conclusion 2 for February 2019

4. Tailor

a) adapt means: make something to suitable for a new use or purpose. Synonyms as modify, alter, make alterations to, redesign and adjust, customizer and reshape.

b). Mould defined: shape, frame, design, to form, a container that is used to set something’s shape.

c) outfitter definition: stylist, dressmaker, garment maker, cutter. Or a shop selling equipment typically for outdoor pursuits. Or a shop selling men’s clothing.

5. Appeals synonym
To pull someone or people to join and support you and give positive response to you about what you to do and what you inform. It is how you made something to people interesting and attractive to you about you want made. You will get urgent request and ask from them.

a) favorable defined as: support and encourage. Showing that you like and approve of someone or something. Making you support and approve of. Pointing forward a happy outcome. Positive outcome or returns.

b) supplicate
To humbly pray or beg for something. Synonym: pray, usually after solat for Muslim solat.

c) arouses
To cause someone to have a particular feeling. If something arouses a particular reaction or attitude in people. Or/and what is arouse, to make someone feel sexually excited.

d) attraction
Appeal. Desirability, interest. A quality or feature that evokes interest, liking or desire. Or a place which draws visitors by providing something of interest or pleasure. A place that people visit for pleasure and interest, usually while they are on holiday.

e) request for
Supplication or demand. Politely or formally ask for. Or an act of asking politely or formally for something. The act of politely or officially asking for something.

f) charity
Foundation or an organization set up to provide help and raise money for those in need. “The charity provides practical help for homeless people”.

Non profit making organization, non profit organization, not for profit organization, financial assistance, aid, welfare, aims, donation. The voluntary giving of help, typically in the form of money, to those in need. A system of giving money, food or help free to those who are in need because they are ill, poor, food.

A charity is an organization which raises money in order to help people who are sick or very poor. Or who have a disability. Generous actions or donations to aid the poor, ill, or helpless.

g) authority
Authority, control, influence denote a power or right to direct the actions or thoughts of others. Usually because of rank or office, to issue commands and to punish for violations: to have authority over subordinates.

Conclusion for February 2019

1. Claimed

a) pollution means: air pollution, water pollution, noise pollution, river pollution, to cause global heating. To cause damage of the natural environment. Pollution is something introduced into the environment that is dirty or unclean. Harmful materials into environment.

b) evidence meaning: proof, prove or the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true and valid. The second meaning is: be or show evidence of. Show reveal or display.

Evidence is anything that you see, experience, read, or are told that causes you to believe that something is true or has really happened. … Evidence is the information which is used in a court of law to try to prove something. Evidence is obtained from documents, objects, or witnesses.

c) cereal defined as: a grain used for food From the Any plant of grass family. For example rice, wheat, oat, barley. Or second meaning is a breakfast food made from roasted grain typically eaten with milk.

d) asserted definition is: a confident and forceful manner. To state or declare forcefully and aggressively. The Sarjan Major give govern to the inspector by assertedly.

e) citizenship synonym as: the status of being a citizen. If you have citizenship in a country, you have the right to live there, work, vote, and pay taxes.

2. Watchman

a) vandals means: a person who intentionally damages property belonging to other people. A vandal is someone who deliberately damages things especially public property.

b) patrols meaning as keep watch over to an area by regularly walking or travelling around it.

3. Erupted

a) slopes meaning: ground that forms a natural or artificial inline. Or the side of a mountain hill or valley. A surface of which one end or side is at a higher level than another. Or in malay is “cerun”. Or “cenuram”.

b) fierce means: having or displaying wild and aggressive, also cruel and brutal. And extremely murderous.

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6. Intentionally

To do something by your intended or your planning it. Intention or intentionally is means or purpose what you are to spoke and acted something. To plan to carry out what you want to do. It’s same or synonym what’s your goal purpose something that what to do or your acts or mean to do. When you made something, you have your means or your intended of the why you to do it.

7. Humanities

Human capital about knowledge and skills to do something or for a knowledge or skillful to future of a person.

8. Perceived easy sentence

a) Perceived means: to identify something by means of the sense. To understanding of the something else’s. Recognize something awareness. Able to recognize or understand them.

b) accusing means: to blame or to say that someone has done something especially morally wrong, illegal or unkind. Suggesting that you think someone has done something bad. To charge with a fault offence. “He accused him of murder”. If you accuse someone of doing something wrong or dishonest, you say tell them or that.

c) Interpret means: translate or explain the meaning of the Information or actions. Or to bring out the meaning of.

d) obvious meaning: clear, apparent, transparent, prominent, noticeable, visible, recognizable, observable. Easy to see or understand. Self evident and easily perceived.

e) precisely defined: exactly, accurate, accuracy, absolutely, definitely or strictly. The strictly right.

9. Far-famed

Fame or far famed is famous and glamour. Or widely famous.

a) esteemed means: widely famous and respected from another people. To regard highly and admire.

b) celebrated meaning: famous for some special quality or ability. Greatly admired and renowned. Acknowledge by means a significant or happy day and event.

c) acclaimed defined as: public approval and praised. Publicly acknowledge and as excellent.

d) outstanding means: excellent, marvellous, magnificent, superb, skilful, masterful, masterly, amazing, extraordinary, superior, or prominent.

If you describe someone or something as outstanding, you think that they are very remarkable and impressive.

Outstanding means very important or obvious for example “The company is an outstanding example of a small business that grew into a big one.

e) prominent : important and famous. Well-known, leading, eminent, pre-eminent, distinguished, notable, acclaimed, famed, esteemed, top, great, chief. Prominent is defined as someone who is known by many people.

f) distinguished synonyms as: eminent, famous, famed, renowned, prominent, well-known, esteemed, acclaimed, celebrated, great, noted, notable, very successful. Used to describe a respected and admired person.

If you describe a person or their work as distinguished, you mean that they have been very successful in their career and have a good reputation.

g) throughout meaning: a whole, in every part, all over, all around, everywhere, all through, a whole around. (2). During the whole period of time. During the whole period of. If you say that something happens throughout a particular period of time, you mean that it happens during the whole of that period.

h) methodology means: a system of methods used in particular area of study or activity. Methodology is the systematic, theoretical analysis of the methods applied to a field off study.

A system of ways of doing, teaching, or studying something. A system or methods.

Synonyms as approach, form, manner, method, strategy, style, system, tactics, technique, or way. Or modus operandi.

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1. Past perfect tense adverbials

a) While: Harold had known about it for a while. I didn’t say anything until she had finished talking.

While Means: a period of time, “We chatted for a while”. Duration or the time. For some time. “Can I keep it a while”.

It can mean a long time, but for certain “for a while” means that the period of time is longer than “just a second” or “just a minute” especially if the “while” part of the phrase is emphasized.

It can mean anything from longer than “just a minute” to a long time depending on context. “You’ll have to wait a while” usually means “You’ll have to wait a long time.” However the time value differs according to context; it can be “a minute”, “an hour”, “a day”, “a week” and e.t.c. “The baby quiet for a while”.

2. The statements into positive questions

a) zero

3. Past perfect tense

a) principle: The man wanted to speak to the Principal.

Principle means: head teacher, headmaster, headmistress, warden, chancellor, dean, vector, vice chancellor, chief or a leading of organisation or institution (leader) as a manager or CEO.

b) refused: Although she had passed her driving lesson, she refused to drive the car. Refer: http://www.fauzihashim.com/refused/

Refused means: indicate or show that one is not willing to do something. “I refused to answer”. Indicate that one is not willing to accept.

4. Question words exercises for beginners

a) zero

5. The statements into negative questions

a) flood means: 2. Arrive in overwhelming amounts or quantities. “Sunlight flooded in at the windows”. Synonyms as pour, stream, surge, swarm, pile, crowd, or throng. To cause to fill or become covered with something. A rising and overflowing of something. An overflow of a large amount of something.

b) swept away means: To destroy or remove something completely. Wipe out or destruct. Or to remove something by.

c) disposed meaning as: Give it away, throw it out, even sell it. http://www.fauzihashim.com/disposed/

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