Jelaskan apa yang dimaksud dengan strategi winning the heart ?

Jelaskan apa yang dimaksud dengan strategi winning the heart ? 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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4. Jelaskan apa yang dimaksud dengan strategi winning the heart ?

Adalah strategi Van de Bosch untuk memenangkan hati kaum padri. Strategi tersebut berupa penghapusan pajak di pasar, kemudian para juragan digaji oleh Belanda dan para pegawai juga dibayar oleh Belanda. Belanda berjanji kepada kaum padri bahwa tidak akan perang lagi antara kaum padri dengan VOC.

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    Rangkuman bahasa indonesia kelas 11

    so let’s break it down. First, we have a common contraction, “I know it’s, it’s.” This is it, plus is, becomes it’s. “I know it’s not.” And then we have anot

    her reduction going to becomes, “Gonna, gonna.” Same as what we talked about before with, “Wanna.” Make sure that you don’t add the word, to, after this, you just say, “Gonna.” You don’t say, “I’m gonna to go to the store.” No, we can just say, “I’m gonna go to the store.” Excellent. “I’m gonna.” B

    ut, he takes this to the next level. So we have our basic reduction, “It’s not gonna happen.” But there’s o

    ne letter that gets cut out, it’s a letter that’s often cut out of American English speech. Listen carefully as I say this sentence, “But it’s not gonna happen, but it’s not going to happen.” Oh, very strange here, I’s, “But it’s not gonna happen.” In fast English conversations, we sometimes reduce the word it’s to become i’s. It sounds a little bit like, is, what is your name? But that word has a Z sound, what is your name? Here, we’re keeping it with an S, “i’s not gonna happen. I’s not gonna happen. I’s not gonna ha

    ppen.” It makes the sentence so fast, so reduced. And if you heard this in an English movie, or a TV show, you might pause for a second and say, “What? What did they say?” But I hope now that you know that this is a common reduction, you’ll be able to pick up on it, and catch it more readily. So, le

    t’s try to say this sentence together, “I know it’s not gonna happen. I know it’s not gonna happen. I know it’s not gonna happen. I know it’s not gonna happen.” Let’s take a look at another sample sentence. My son wants to eat ice cream for dinner, but it is not going to happen. Let’s reduce this to, “My son wants to eat ice cream for dinner, but it’s not gonna happen. But it’s not gonna happen. But is not go

    nna happen.” Lovely reduction. All right, let’s watch the original clip. And I hope that you’ll be able to pick up on, “It’s not gonna happen.” A little bit more clearly than before. Let’s watch. Dan: I’ve been having an itch to go visit Japan- Vanessa: Okay. Dan: But I know it’s not going to happen for a long time, 

    because it’s far away, and we have little kids. I’ve been having an itch to go visit Japan- Vanessa: Okay. Dan: But I know it’s not going to happen for a long time, because it’s far away, and we have little kids. Vanessa: Did you hear, “It’s not gonna happen?” I hope so. Let’s go on to our next clip, and then 

    we’ll break it down together. 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: That’s 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 

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