Saturday, 15 May 2010

Berpindah ke Bangunan Baru

Syukur pada Allah swt, Pusat Tuisyen Az Zahra dapat melangkah satu tapak lagi ke hadapan dengan berpindah ke bangunan baru. Bangunan baru ini terletak di Vantage Point (di hadapan Symphony Park Apartment) dan ianya kurang dari satu kilometer dari bangunan sekarang.

InsyaAllah, tempat baru ini akan mula beroperasi pada 26 Mei 2010 secara keseluruhannya. Ini bermakna semua kelas tuisyen akan diadakan di bangunan baru mulai tarikh tersebut. Harapan pihak pengurusan Pusat Tuisyen Az Zahra agar ibubapa dan pelajar akan terus memberikan sokongan kepada kami di bangunan baru.

Di bawah ini saya lampirkan peta ke bangunan baru.
Sekian, terima kasih.
* Klik pada peta di atas untuk paparan lebih jelas.
[A] Bangunan sekarang: No. 404 Jalan Taiping, 11600 Jelutong, Pulau Pinang.
[B] Bangunan baru: No. 45-2 (Tingkat 2) Vantage Point, Jalan Lenggong, 11600 Jelutong, Pulau Pinang.

Pengurus
Pusat Tuisyen Az Zahra

Saturday, 8 May 2010

This/That/These/Those

This/that/these/those* are determiners.
Determiners are words that come at the beginning of noun phrases, before adjective. Determiners help to show which or how many people/things we are talking about.


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Students can use this and these to talk about people or things that are here (near).
Students can use that and those to talk about people or things that are there (not near).

*Also called ‘demonstrative pronouns’

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Simple Present Tense (Present Simple)

Below brief guide about simple present tense for UPSR students.

We use the Simple Present:
1. To talk about things that happen regularly (habitual action)
David plays football on Saturdays.

2. To talk about facts (general truth)
Tesco Mall (Penang) opens at 8.00 a.m. and closes at 11.00 p.m.

3. Imperative
We use them (imperative) to tell people what to do, to give people advice, or to give people friendly invitation.
These are imperative: Go. Help. Come. Wait.
Park your car here.
Come and have lunch with us.
Try again.

We form Simple Present like this:
1. Positive or affirmative form of the simple present
Singular Pronouns
I work; you work; he/she/it works
Plural Pronouns
They work; we work; you work

Note: Common mistake
He drive to office every day. (X)
He drives to office every day. (√)

2. Negative form of the simple present
(do not/does not + infinitive [without to])
Singular Pronouns
I do not work; you do not work; he/she/it does not work
Plural Pronouns
They do not work; we do not work; you do not work

Note: Common mistake
He does not works. (X)
He does not work. (√)

3. Question form of the simple present
(do/does + subject + infinitive [without to])
Singular Pronouns
Do I work? Do you work? Does he/she/it work?
Plural Pronouns
Do they work? Do we work? Do you work?

Note: Common mistake
Does Ali walks to school? (X)
Does Ali walk to school? (√)

How to make he/she/it forms (simple present positive)
• Most verbs: add ‘-s’: work → works; write → writes
• Verbs ending in -s, -sh, -ch, -x: add ‘-es’: miss → misses; push → pushes; catch → catches; fix → fixes
• Verbs ending in –y (vowel + y): add ‘-s’: buy → buys; say → says
• Verbs ending in –y (consonant + y): remove –y add ‘-ies’: study → studies; copy → copies


Good Luck!

Tuesday, 4 May 2010

'Domain' BARU bagi Pusat Tuisyen Az Zahra

Sukacita dimaklumkan Pusat Tuisyen Az Zahra telah mempunyai nama 'domain' sendiri. Nama 'domain' baru bagi Pusat Tuisyen Az Zahra ialah www.azzahratuition.com dan 'domain' ini akan berkuatkuasa 5hb Mei 2010.

Diharap dengan pelancaran 'domain' baru ini akan memudahkan lagi pelawat-pelawat untuk melayari laman web Pusat Tuisyen Az Zahra. Sekian, harap maklum.