Apa yang dimaksud dengan Benteng Stelsel, bagaimana pelaksanaannya? sejarah indonesia kelas 11 latih uji kompetensi halaman 152 sma smk ma mak uji kompetensi semester 2 dan semester 2 kelas 11 smk smk ma mak kurikulum 2013 revisi 2017
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6. Apa yang dimaksud dengan Benteng Stelsel, bagaimana pelaksanaannya?
Benteng stelsel adalah staretegi perang Belanda yg diterapkan untuk mengalahkan musuh-musuhnya. Untuk pelaksanaanya: Setip kawasan yang telah berhasil dikuasai oleh Belanda, akan dibangun benteng pertahanan atau kubu pertahanan, kemudian dari masing-masing kubu tersebut dibangunlah insfratuktur penghubung seperti jalan ataupun jembatan.
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so that you can see Dan saying this super fast sentence. I hope you’ll be able to pick up on it a bit more, integrate these concepts into your spoken English as well, and understand it better. Let’s watch. Dan: It’s usually if somebody doesn’t want any kids,
then that could be a brick wall, where you don’t want to go any further. Vanessa: We call that a deal-breaker. That’s a deal-breaker. Dan: A deal breaker. Vanessa: Yep. Dan: It’s usually if somebody doesn
‘t want any kids, then that could be a brick wall, where you don’t want to go any further. Vanessa: We call that a deal-breaker. That’s a deal-breaker. Dan: A deal breaker. Vanessa: Yep. Did you hear th
at reduction, “You don’t wanna?” I hope so. Let’s go on to our final clip, where you’re going to hear another reduction, and then we’ll break it down together. Let’s go. Dan: I do want to help people though- Vanessa: Yeah. Dan: But it’s not in the influence kind of way, if you know what I mean, lifes
tyle. Vanessa: Yeah. Dan: I do want to help people though- Vanessa: Yeah. Dan: But it’s not in the influence kind of way, if you know what I mean, lifestyle. Vanessa: Yeah. In this clip, Dan and I are talking about something that you as viewers, as our students, might find surprising about us, something tha
you don’t know. I’ll let you watch the original video to find out what we talked about. But Dan uses a
great phrase, “If you know what I mean.” So here, we often use this phrase when we are implying something that we either feel like we didn’t describe very clearly, but we hope the other person can
understand, or you’re kind of implying another meaning, if you know what I mean. So, let’s take a look at how he really said this, because he definitely did not clearly say, “If you know what I mean.
ak this down, starting at the beginning. “If you know.” We have a common phrase, “You know.” We’ve a
lready talked about how, you, often becomes, “Ya.” But we can reduce, you, even further to become simply y, that Y sound. So here in this phrase, it sounds like, “If you know, you know.” Can you say that w
ith me? “If you know, if you know.” And then we have something very beautiful happening, “What I mean.” Becomes, “What I mean.” Oh boy. So let’s take the beginning of the word, what, it sounds like wh, right? wh, and then the next word, I, is going to have something that happens between these two
words, “What I mean.” Becomes, “What I mean, what I mean.” Because that T at the end of, what, is surrounded by vowels, and in American in English, that T often changes to a D just like we talked ab
out in our very first sentence, “Gotta lotta.” So here, “What I.” Becomes, “whud’a mean, you know what I mean, you know what I mean.” And