Vocabulary In News : Obama Closes Out Nostalgic Visit To Boyhood Home

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    Guys sesi lanjutan Vocab in News buat belajar bahasa Inggris nih. Lumayan buat nambah-nambahin ilmu. Cara belajarnya agak unik, dia ngasih translate untuk vocabulary yang agak susah, terus kita pake untuk ngertiin artinya deh~ good luck yak :D

    Vocabulary in News adalah series pembelajaran bahasa Inggris dari Squline untuk mempelajari kosakata bahasa Inggris di dalam berita dari dalam dan luar negeri. Dengan ini kamu akan semakin mendapat banyak kosakata dan bisa mengerti isi berita bahasa Inggris tersebut. Sekarang belajar bahasa Inggris dapat dilakukan dimana saja dan kapan saja melalui Squline. Tambahkan akun LINE @squline untuk bisa menanyakan langsung pelajaran bahasa Inggris dengan fitur chat bahasa Inggris Ask Allaine.

    Vocabulary

    1. Tribute

    |ˈtribyo͞ot| (Noun)

    sebuah tindakan atau ucapan yang bermaksud untuk menunjukkan rasa syukur, hormat atau penghargaan.

    contoh : This performance is a tribute for the late Michael Jackson.



    2. reminisced

    kata dasar : reminisce

    |ˌreməˈnis| (verb)

    mengenang hal yang menyenangkan di masa lalu

    contoh : They reminisced about their summers abroad.



    3. tolerance

    |ˈtäl(ə)rəns| (noun)

    toleransi

    contoh : He is an advocate of religious tolerance.



    4. cherish

    |ˈCHeriSH| (verb)

    menjaga dan peduli, menyayangi

    contoh : I cherish the letters she wrote.



    5. enshrined

    kata dasar enshrine

    |inˈSHrīn enˈSHrīn| (verb)

    tempat atau sesuatu yang terletak (biasanya sesuatu yang berharga) pada posisi yang cocok.

    contoh : relics are enshrined under altars.



    6. amid

    |əˈmid| (preposition)

    dikelilingi atau ditengah

    contoh : our dream house, set amid magnificent rolling countryside.

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    Article : Obama Delivers Message of Tolerance as He closes Out Nostalgic Visit to Boyhood Home :’Indonesia is a Part of Me!’

    Barack Obama paid tribute to his boyhood home of Indonesia over the weekend in an emotional speech that came at the close of a nostalgic 10-day vacation to the country with his family.

    Thousands of leaders, students and businesspeople gathered in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, where the former president gave remarks to kick off the Fourth Congress of Indonesian Diaspora.

    In his address, Obama reminisced about moving to Jakarta in 1967 when he was 6 years old after his divorced mother, Ann Dunham, remarried a man who lived there. (Obama returned to his native Hawaii at age 10 to live with his grandparents.)

    “Indonesia bagian dari diri saya!” Obama shouted in his speech, which translates to “Indonesia is part of me!”

    The former president explained that the time he’s spent in Indonesia has taught him an important lesson about tolerance.

    “My time here made me cherish respect for people’s differences,” he said.

    “The spirit of this country has to be one of tolerance. It’s enshrined in Indonesia’s constitution, it’s symbolized by mosques and temples and churches beside each other,” added Obama, who along with his wife, former First Lady Michelle Obama, and daughters Sasha and Malia, visited temples in the ancient city of Yogyakarta amid their vacation. “That spirit is one of the defining things about Indonesia. It is one of the most important characteristics to set as an example for other Muslim countries around the world.”



    “If we don’t stand up for tolerance and moderation and respect for others, if we begin to doubt ourselves and all that we have accomplished, then much of the progress that we have made will not continue,” Obama continued. “What we will see is more and more people arguing against democracy, we will see more and more people who are looking to restrict freedom of the press, and we’ll see more intolerance, more tribal divisions, more ethnic divisions, and religious divisions and more violence … Let’s face it, if people do not show respect and tolerance, eventually you have war and conflict. Sooner or later societies break down.”

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    Quoted from People.com, read the full article here :

    http://people.com/politics/obama-speech-tolerance-indonesia/
     


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