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Name : Aliffasyach Syarif S

Major : Chemical Engineering

Class : R1
Attendance List Number : 3
NIM : 21118010
1. Vocab of Chemical Engineering

 To tell us about the words that’s connected with chemical Engineering like
chemical process, chemical formula, chemical analysis, problem solve,
caution etc.
 Example for vobab :
1. Temperature : Suhu 6. Time : waktu
2. Pressure : Tekanan 7. Engine : mesin
3. Density : Massa Jenis 8. Gases : Gas
4. Energy : Energi 9. Solids : Padat
5. Volume : Volume 10. Fluids : Cair
6. Mass : Massa 11. particles : Partikel
 Example for Conversation :
A : Don’t let the temperatures more than 30° or our product will be failed
B : Alright Sir
A : And always check the pressures, make sure it’s always stable and use
your safety if you want to take a sample. Acid is corrosive
2. Reading of Chemical text

 To tells and known us about Chemical engineering more like basic teory, the
chemical formula, the chemical process, chemical, chemical physic, etc. And
chemistry concerned with the composition, structure,and properties of matter.
example for chemical text :
1. Basic chemical : Stoikiometri, atom structure, redoks reaction,
Chemical Equilibrum, Electrochemistry, Solubility Product
Constants, chemical properties of colligatives etc
2. Chemical Physic: Properties of gases, Physical transformation, simple mixture
Phase diagram, chemical equilibrum etc
3. Chemical analysis : Precision and accuracy, kation and anion, Gravimetry
analysis, volumetry analysis, elektrolisis, Spektrofotometri
AAS and EAS, IR, Kromatografy Etc.
 Example conversation :
A : Hey do you read atom structrure?
B : oh of course that’s our learning lesson, we can about about the atom,
and proton, elektron, neutron, and scientist that found the atom
A : Yeah basically, and i want to know more acid and base, about
types, function, formulas and it’s danger for us and for environment
B : i want too but later, we got more assignment about structure atom
3. Caution
 To tells and known us about warning, notice and attention or the act of
expressing care because of potensial risk and danger.
Example for caution for chemical :
 Example for conversation :
A : Hey you look that Radioactive material caution sign, be carefull and use
your safety
B : oh thank you, i am not focus
A : You must focus and known about the caution sign, look another caution
sign like it’s flamable, corrosive, explosive, and etc you must know the
type of sign and characteristic.
4. Numerical adjective

 Adjectives are those words which describe nouns or pronouns. Numeral Adjectives also
known as Adjectives of numbers are one among seven types of Adjectives. Numeral
Adjectives are those adjectives which are used to denote the number of nouns or the
order in which they stand. They are also commonly called Adjectives of Number.
 In simpler terms we can say that Adjective of numbers tell us the number of people or
things and maintain clarity by giving exact information.
 Numeral Adjectives can be divided into three types. They are:
a. Definite numeral adjectives
b. Indefinite numeral adjective
c. Distributive numeral adjectives
a. Definite numerical adjectives
 Definite Numeral Adjectives are the set of cardinal and ordinal numbers. The
word definite itself tells us that these adjectives tell us the exact number of people
or things. Definite Numeral Adjectives are:
Cardinal Number Ordinal Number
one first
two second
three third
four fourth
five fifth
six Sixth

 Examples:
• Michelle is the second girl in our class
• There are eight oranges in the bowl.
• He is going two sell his two cars.
b. Indefinite Numerical adjective

 Indefinite numeral Adjectives unlike Definite Numeral Adjectives only

give tentative numeral idea of nouns. They do not give us exact
number. Indefinite Numeral Adjectives are:
 Few, all, no, several, some, many, most
 Indefinite Numerals can also be used as Adjectives of Quantity as both have same
set of words.
Example :
• There are few bottles of wine in the fridge.
• He has sold all the books.
• Several men came looking for you.
c. Distributive numerical adjective

 Distributive Numeral Adjectives are same as Distributive Adjectives. Distributive

Numeral Adjectives denote singular number of noun among many. Distributive
Numeral Adjectives are always followed by a singular noun and a verb.
 Distributive Numeral Adjectives are:
Each, every, either, neither
 Distributive Numeral Adjective can also be used as Distributive Adjectives as they
both have same set of words.
Example :
• Everything he said is true.
• Each student is responsible for littering classroom.
• Either of the ways is correct.
Be careful, If there is the word 'of' immediately after the distributive numeral
adjective like in the above sentence, we have to use plural noun instead.
5. Time

 To tell the time means to say what the time is, perhaps after somebody asks
the time or to tell the present times, past times, activity times, schedule
 Asking the time
Here are some phrases you can use when you want to know the time:
• What's the time?
• What time is it?
• Have you got the right time?
• What time do you make it?
 How to tell the times :
• o'clock = :00 ( 7:00 = seven o'clock )
• a quarter after = 15 minutes after the hour ( 3:15 = It's a quarter after three.)
• a quarter past = 15 minutes after the hour (3:15 = It's a quarter past three.)
• a quarter before = 15 minutes before the hour( 3:45 = It's a quarter before four )
• a quarter to = 15 minutes before the hour (3:45 = It's a quarter to four.)
• half past = 30 minutes after the hour ( 11:30 = It's half past eleven)
• thirty = 30 minutes after the hour. (11:30 = It's eleven thirty.)
 Time
 Example conversation :
A : What time is it?
B : emm Half past three
6. Date

 Telling us about the days/months/years. We use the date to make

schedule, activity and use date to tell us something happened that day
like the news and the report etc.
 Writing the date
There are several different ways to write the date in English. They vary from formal to
informal, and there are differences between British and American English. The
following picture shows some typical formats.