Selasa, 10 Juni 2014

How to Make A Good Government

Build good governance should start from the selection of the state apparatus that qualified and competent in their field to be involved in the government itself. Good governance can be built by a clean government with a state apparatus that is free from corruption and abuse of authority.

Good government management should be supported by a law enforcement authoritative. Law enforcement is very useful to maintain national stability because a law must be firm and binding. Good governance must be balanced with the government's commitment to enforce the law indiscriminately.

In ensuring good governance, the government must also respond to the problems of society in general. Government must fulfill community needs, not to wait the community aspirations, but the government must be proactive in studying and analyzing what community needs.


Exercise 35 :Passive Voice
1.      The President is called by somebody every day.
2.       The other members are being called by John.
3.      The documents are being delivered by Martha to the department.
4.      The amendment has been repealed by the other members.
5.      The information had been received before the recess by the delegates.
6.      The supplies should be bought be the teacher for this class.
7.      Mr. Watson will be called by somebody tonight.
8.      Considerable damage has been caused by the fire.
9.      A new procedure was being developed by the company before the bankruptcy hearings began.
10.  The papers  will have been received by John tomorrow.

Exercise 36: Causative Verbs
Use the correct form of the verb in parentheses in each of the following sentences.
1.      The teacher made Juan leave the room.
2.      Toshiko had her car repaired by a mechanic.
3.      Ellen got Marvin typed her paper.
4.      I made Jane call her friend on the telephone.
5.      We got our house painted last week.
6.      Dr. Byrd is having the students write a composition.
7.      The policeman made the suspect lie on the ground.
8.      Mark got his transcripts send to the university.
9.      Maria is getting her hair cut tomorrow.
10.   We will have to get the Dean signed this form.
11.   The teacher let Al leave the classroom.
12.   Maria got Ed washed the pipettes.
13.   She always has her car to fix by the same mechanic.
14.   Gene got his book published by a subsidy publisher.
 15.    We have to help Janet to find her keys.

Exercise 37:  Relative Clause
1.                  The last record which produced by this company became a gold record.
2.                  Checking accounts that require a minimum balance are very common now. 
3.                  The professor whom you spoke yesterday is not here today. 
4.                  John whose grades are the highest in the school has received a scholarship. 
5.                  Felipe bought a camera which has three lenses. 
6.                  Frank is the man who we are going to nominate for the office of treasurer. 
7.                  The doctor is with a patient whose leg was broken in an accident. 
8.                   Jane is the woman who is going to China next year. 
9.                  Janet wants a typewriter that self-corrects. 
10.              The book which I found last week contains some useful information. 
11.              Mr. Bryant whose team has lost the game looks very sad. 
12.              James wrote an article which indicated that he disliked the president. 
13.              The director of the program who graduated from Harvard University is planning  to retire next year. 
14.              This is the book that I have been looking for all year. 
15.               William whose brother is a lawyer wants to become a judge. 

Exercise 38: Relative Clause Reduction
1.                  George is the man chosen to represent the committee at the convention. 
2.                  All of the money accepted has already been released.
3.                  The papers on the table belong to Patricia.
4.                  The man brought to the police station confessed to the crime.  
5.                  The girl drinking coffee is Mary Allen.
6.                  John's wife, a professor, has written several papers on this subject.
7.                  The man talking to the policeman is my uncle.
8.                  The book on the top shelf is the one that I need.
9.                  The number of students counted is quite high.
10.              Leo Evans, a doctor, eats in this restaurant every day.   

Exercise 39: Subjunctive
1.                  The teacher demanded the student to leave the room.
2.                  Correct
3.                  It was very important that we delayed discussion.
4.                  Correct
5.                  The King decreed the new laws to take effect the following months.
6.                  Correct
7.                  Correct
8.                  His father prefers him to attend a different university.
9.                  The faculty stipulated the rule to be abolished.
10.              She urged us to find another alternative.

Exercise 40: Inclusives
1.                  Julia speaks not only Spanish but also French.
2.                  She bought the yellow sweater and the beige skirt.
3.                  They have houses both the country and in the city.
4.                  He is not only industrious but also ingenious.
5.                  Her children have American cousins as well as Spanish ones.
6.                  Their European tour includes not only Germany and Austria but also Switzerland.
7.                  Her bandaged the arm both tightly as well as quickly.
8.                  Clark not only practice law but also teaches it.
9.                  Tom Tryon is playwright as well as an actor.
10.               The bride's bouquet included roses as well as orchids.

Exercise 41 : Know/Know How
1.   The fourth graders know how to multiply.
2.   How many people here know how to ski?
3.   We know about Mary’s engagement to James.
4.   The chemistry students know the formula for salt.
5.   Although he has been driving for fifteen years, he doesn’t know how to change a tire
6.   Leon knows that his friends would react to his proposition.
7.   Nobody knows to get to the turnpike yesterday.
8.   The owner of the store was away, but she knows about the robbery.
9.   We know how to type before we entered the university.
10. He doesn’t know how to dance, but he tries.

Exercise 42 : Clauses of Concession
1.  Although she dislike coffee, she drank it to keep herself warm
2.  Mary will take a plane, in spite of her dislikes flying
3.  Although Marcy’s sadness for losing the contest, she managed to smile
4.  We took many pictures despite the cloudy sky
5.  Even thought she had memory, the old woman told interesting stories to the children
6.  In spite of his frequent absence, he has managed to pass the test
7.  Nancy told me the secret though she had promised not to do so
8.  We plan to buy a ticket for the drawing even though will not win a prize
9.  Even though the prices are high, my daughters insist on going to the movies every      Saturday
10. He ate the chocolate cake in spite of on a diet.