Thursday, April 9, 2009

Posting 6


1. Do you enjoy blogging?
=Yes I do. I enjoy to write when I do my work in blogging. It is because I learned the new thing every week when I complete my work. Though at first it is hard for me to do but I try my best to asked my friend and my lecturer.

2. Based on your experience what is the benefit of blogging?
= Based on experience blogging is a place that all of people can share their opinion and idea. This is the best benefit that I found. Then it can make me feel adventured to explore and learn the new thing.

3.Do you need more assistance to set up your blog ?
= Yes I do. For registration I don’t need anybody to help me. Then I learn to posting the work and edit my work by myself. But when I want to set up my blog view I need a assistance to show me how to change the template and upload thing like I pod music.

4. Do you have any memorable/favorite topic in your blog?
=My memorable topic in my blog is when I need to make posting 4. I need to gave extra work to go to Perpustakaan Tun Sri Lanang and asked the librarian about the DOA. Then I need to find 2 articles in the UKM Portal journal.
My favorite topic in my blog is posting 6 because I have a change to give my own opinion about blogging and tell my feeling about to do the blog.

5.List 5 advantages of blogging for you?
-can improve my writing skill
-can give us to share information and idea
-can make our blog as our own diaries
-can connected to other people
-the process more like play less like work

6.List 5 disadvantages of blogging?
-people can give us bad feedback
-blog are easy to start but hard to maintain
-the risk is high when upon by the media or disgruntled
-it can be quite stressful and influence to our health
-not all idea can we share and be open minded.

7.Will you continue blogging after the course?
= Yes I do. Blogging is interesting thing that I do and I like it. But, I will continue it with new blog and new idea.

8.Do you think that we should continue with blogging activity for the next batch of students?

9.Do you think that we should continue with blogging activity for the next batch of students?

10.Will you recommend your friend to blog ?

11.Can you teach a friend to set up his or her blog ?
=Yes I can help as long as I can help to.

Friday, April 3, 2009

Posting 5: Concordance

Software for text analysis gives you better insight into electronic texts.

Concordance, text analysis and concordance software, is for anyone who needs to study texts closely or analyse language in depth. This is the most powerful and flexible concordance program, with registered users in more than 60 countries. You can download a 30-day trial now.

Article 1:

Concordance is fully copyrighted. You may try it out free of charge for thirty days for

personal evaluation only, but if you wish to keep on using it you must register it with the

author and pay the registration fee.

A concordance is first of all a comprehensive index to a text where every occurrence of every

word in the text has an entry in the index. By looking up a word in a concordance you can be

certain you have found every instance of that word in the text.

You can make wordlists and u can make concordances. The program can make complete concordances to all the words in your text. You can save the concordance as a plain text file suitable for further editing, or as an HTML file for use with a web browser.

Article 2:

A Concordance program is a computer program that can help you analyze the language that is used in real situations. There are two basic ways you can use a concordance:

1. Concordance programs you have on your own computer. Examples Conc 1.76, for Macs and ConcApp, for Windows.

The advantage of using a concordance program on your computer like Concord to search within texts you choose, is that you can choose texts you are already familiar with, so the context is clearer.

2. Online concordances for example, Collins COBUILD and Spaceless Concordancer.

The advantages of using an online concordances are that you can do this online without installing a concordance program on your computer, and that you can search in much larger corpora.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Posting 4: DOA- Dissertation online

Article 1:
The Future of Call
This article was concerned with an analysis of the present state of CALL and the direction it will take in the future. Teachers and students will use them without fears or inhibition and equally without an exaggerated respect for what they can do which is will not be the centre of any lesson but they will play a part in almost all. There are some concern which is illustrated the variety of teacher perspective toward CALL. There are also clarified beyond doubt that for the vast majority of the participants.
The technological resources and infrastructure available to participants ranged from those at the cutting edge, to situations in a classroom which is has only one computer. This showed that some countries insight of the present reality of CALL. Sometimes this progress was not through computers but through new forms of technology. What interesting is, it not just teachers who worked in well-equipped schools and had ample access to technology and technical support that were closer to normalization. Indeed, it soon became evident that other factors.
Along with the realization that as an international CALL-community we had not progressed significantly towards CALL's next stage, sparked an interest in identifying important factors. For example it was emphasized that when moving forward, the past should not be disregard. Therefore, it was agreed that CALL applications which fit into previous developmental stages. Once this was clarified, it’s also focused on identifying factors which can help towards normalization of CALL. For example, appropriate hardware, software, access to technology, top-down' policy to use computers, teacher training as regards technological literacy, teacher training as regards CALL implementation and many more factors.
All in all, while recognizing that these aspects can either constrain or empower CALL professionals until ended on an optimistic note, with an affirmation of the role of individual CALL professionals.
Resource: HWWilsonRecords(2).html (ELT Journal 60 no4 382-4 O 2006)
Article 2:
Errors and Intelligent in CALL.
CALL is a field in which computers and language play key roles or would be a prominent area of computational linguistics, however would be hugely mistaken. Conversely, journals devoted to CALL contain many articles that readers of this journal would consider far outside the domain of computational linguistics.
From all this things, there is every reason for computational linguistics to be interested in CALL that is likely to be of most interest to computational linguists that is the topic of this book called intelligent of CALL. The purpose of this book is to give an overview of the relevant issues and the state of the art in each of these issues I a way accessible to practitioners of all these fields.
On the whole, the book is a very useful overview of a field of application that have argued elsewhere is very much in line modern trends in computational linguistics. Research students and academics will find a wealth of well-organized information and references for further study. In some cases computational linguist can skip the overview of book because they will already know the first topic to a higher standard than achieved here, but this is the price for having an accessible introduction for all of the surrounding fields of research.
Reference: EBSCOHOST database

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Posting 3: Search engine


All of them are freely accessible web engine research. They are provided us to access the information, online searching, publication and many more.
1. Eric digest
ERIC is a national information system that includes 16 clearinghouses and four support components. ERIC is the world's most widely used education database, with more than 3,000 locations around the world receiving ERIC print or database products. About 900 of these maintain complete microfiche collections and provide search services for clients. It is easy to submit documents to ERIC and authors remain free to submit their work to any journal or publisher. Announcing a document in ERIC can be an effective marketing tool, as people are more apt to want an original document from the publisher than a photocopy or microfiche from ERIC. The system produces four reference and referral databases as well as the bibliographic database of ERIC documents and journal articles. ERIC is committed to reach audiences that include practitioners, policymakers, and parents, as well as researchers. Components of the ERIC system responded to more than 42,000 requests from teachers and administrators in 1991, and several recent studies show that not only is ERIC recognized by teachers and administrators, but that its products are used and appreciated. (BBM)
2. Google scholar
Google Scholar is a freely-accessible Web search engine that indexes the full text of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. Google Scholar index includes most peer-reviewed online journals of the world's largest scientific publishers. Google Scholar nonetheless claims to cover more websites, journal sources and languages. It is a nod to the scholars who have contributed to their fields over the centuries, providing the foundation for new intellectual achievements. In the other hand from one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations. Google Scholar helps you identify the most relevant research across the world of scholarly research.
(Yahoo!) respects the intellectual property of others, and we ask our users to do the same. Yahoo! has no responsibility for content on other web sites that you may find or access when using the products or services. Material available on or through other web sites may be protected by copyright and the intellectual property laws of the United States and/or other countries. The terms of use of those web sites, and not the Yahoo! Terms of Service, govern your use of that material.
4. Mamma is a "smart" metasearch engine — every time you type in a query Mamma simultaneously searches a variety of engines, directories, and deep content sites, properly formats the words and syntax for each, compiles their results in a virtual database, eliminates duplicates, and displays them in a uniform manner according to relevance. It's like using multiple search engines, all at the same time. helped to introduce metasearch to the Internet as one of the first of its kind.'s ability to gather the best search results available from top search sources and to provide useful tools to its users has resulted in its receiving multiple Honourable Mentions in the Best Metasearch

Friday, March 13, 2009

Posting 2: How blogging can assist language learners

How can blogging can assist language learners to improve and enhance their writing skill.

As we know even though blogging always give bad feedback from bloggers, but it will give us opportunity to practice and develop good writing skills. It’s the way to enhance or improve while writing. This is because it does not only express your thought but it improve your skill to write.

Blogging is only one of so many unique and useful assignments that can be incorporated into any content area to improve skills such as reading, writing, and comprehension.

Do not blogging alone because it will not improve these skills. Exposure to text in any form can greatly enhance students' literacy skills. Texts such as magazine articles, book excerpts, poetry, news articles, recipes, and song lyrics can all be used in conjunction with the blogging assignment.

Another benefit of blogging, blogging classes too can definitely improve writing skills.You can improve with whatever you are attempting to do if you practice it over and over again. I believe that practice always makes perfect.

So, if you are blogging consistently and I have a feeling you would be because this would be viewed as something fun and not the run of the mill every day class. As you practice blogging you will get a chance to read others blogs and perhaps critique them and get this process will allow you to become better with your writing skills.

This would give us a venue to blog about any and everything and it would definitely increase our knowledge base and skill level in writing. You could blog about homework assignments, dates, dinner with the family, TV programs, or anything else you can

I recommend this url can improve our skill writing because the blogger give a lot of information and her blog is easy to read.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009


Getting The Most Out of Your Mascara

Do you ever notice how amazing the model’s eyelashes look in the beauty shots for cosmetics ads? Of course they do! They have makeup artists who spend hours making the model's lashes look perfect. Makeup artists on commercial sets use anywhere from three to five different types of mascara, a lash comb, a toothpick, and a tweezers to make each lash stand up just right. If you had a makeup artist poring over your eyelashes for three unbelievable hours then yours would, too. But let’s get real! There are a few basic things you can do to make the most out of whatever mascara you are using:

1. Replace your mascara every 3 months - old mascara doesn’t go on smoothly, making your lashes dry, short and clumpy looking. If you are on a budget, try to find a great drugstore brand.

2. Get a hand mirror - when you apply your mascara, hold the mirror down by your nose and look into it. This will allow you to see the root all the way to tips of your eyelashes and gives you the best length possible for application.

3. “Wiggle and Pull” - wiggle the brush back and forth to ensure your lashes grab the most mascara possible from the wand. It’s great for volume and length.

4. Go Slow - practice your mascara application technique and take time out of your makeup applying routine to devote to applying your mascara. Great lashes make a big difference!

Applying Smoky Eye Makeup

Smoky eye makeup continues to be very fashionable this fall. The use of dark eye makeup creates a dramatic look that is ideal for evening. By following these simple beauty tips, you can easily create a fetching smoky eye.

Prep your lids.
To make sure that your eye makeup doesn't crease, melt or fade, apply an eye shadow base or primer over the entire area from eyelash line to brow bone.

Line your eyes.
Before you put on eye shadow, apply your eyeliner. Choose a black, gray, dark blue or deep purple eyeliner. Liquid liners work well, however, you can also use kohl pencil. Line just above your upper lash line, making the line slightly thicker in the center.

Next line your lower lashes. Use a lighter eyeliner than you used on top. Jewel-tone plums, greens and sapphires are great choices. Powder liners and pencils work beautifully on the lower lashes. You can even use wet eyeshadow instead of liner if you prefer. Smudge the eyeliner for a smoky effect.

Apply the shadow.
Apply a light base color, such as gray, pale blue or lavender to your eyelid, stopping at the crease.

Blend a darker color into the crease of the eye. Then, use an eye shadow brush to apply the same color along your lash line, softening the eyeliner. Use your brush to blend the dark color upwards toward the crease.

The amount of dark color you apply is up to you. The darker you go, the more smoky and dramatic your eyes will look. Use a cotton swab to touch up your eye makeup and blend the color to ensure both eyes look the same.

Finish with mascara.
Curl your eyelashes using an eyelash curler. Apply one coat of black, lengthening mascara. Wait two minutes, then curl your lashes again. Finish with a final coat of mascara.

Keep the rest of your makeup simple.
Don't take away from your dramatic smoky eye makeup by using distracting cheek and lip color. Apply a rose or peach blush to the apples of your cheeks and blend up and out. Keep your lips light but glossy.

Beginning Makeup

Here are some starter essentials for those just starting out with makeup:

1. Nude eyeshadow - This is flattering and subtle on most everyone. Make sure to get an eyeshadow brush with a handle to teach her how to apply eyeshadow.

2. Blush - Something soft and pink that matches her natural color.

3. Lip gloss - Choose a shade only slightly deeper than her natural lip color. A sheer, rosy gloss will look pretty, but not overdone.

Most kids want to appear older, but that’s not the point of makeup. By avoiding heavier makeup like mascara, liner and foundation, she will still look her age by starting off with the subtle basics. Then, when she gets a little older and starts high school, take her to a professional makeup artist to get a real lesson in applying makeup.

Applying Sexy Eye Makeup

Sexy eye makeup is perfect for a first date, a night out at the club or anytime you want to look and feel flirty and sexy.

cosmetics amazing? They can take you from daytime/office "Blah", to nighttime "Wow" with just a few simple steps.

Shape your eyebrows.
Sexy eyes have fine eyebrows with a nice arch. To make shaping your eyebrows easier, purchase a stencil kit. These kits take the guess work out of plucking and shaping your brows. At, you can find the Paula Dorf Brow Stencil Kit, which features brow stencils in very fine, fine, natural and full to create the perfect brow shape.

Apply a base.
Use a primer or eye shadow base over your lids and wait 3-5 minutes for it to set. You can also add a dusting of translucent loose powder.

Choose your eye shadow colors.
For a flirty, sexy look, select eye shadow colors such a pinks, plums or greens. Apply a light color over the entire lid from lashline to crease. Add a dark color of the same hue into the crease. Finish by blending a medium shade from the crease to the browbone.

Line your top lashes.
Line your lashes with a black ink or liquid liner. The line can be thick as you like but it should extend past the outer corner of your eyes by 1/4 inch or so. Flare the liner up and out as it extends.

Set your eye makeup.
Add a dusting of translucent powder over your eye makeup to help it set and prevent creasing.

Curl your lashes.
Using an eyelash curler, curl lashes and then apply two coats of black mascara. Use a cotton swab dipped in eye makeup remover to clean up any mistakes.

At, you can purchase the cosmetics you need to create sexy eye makeup. Look for eyeshadow kits which contain three or four shades of coordinating shadows

Do You Really Need an Eyelash Curler?

The number one rule to remember with curling your eyelashes is to make sure your eyelashes are clean. You don’t want to curl them after you apply mascara. If you do, you run the risk of damaging them and breakage can occur.

How do you know if you need to curl your lashes? Consider the natural texture of your hair…is it wavy or curly? If so, then your lashes probably follow suit and curl naturally when you apply your mascara. If your hair is as straight as a board, then an eyelash curler will be useful. Curling your lashes will open up the eye area and make them stand out more.

Invest in an eyelash curler that is metal and has a rubber pad. You should replace the pad every three months because eventually it will flatten out and not curl as effectively. Don’t be afraid to get right down the root of your eyelash so that you get the maximum curl. Hold it for at least 20 seconds, squeezing gently. Make sure you completely release the handles before removing the curler so you don’t yank out your lashes!

Bridal Makeup

Your bridal makeup will be captured forever in your wedding photos. Therefore, it's very important to plan your bridal makeup look well in advance.

Here are some wedding day makeup tips that will have you looking picture perfect.

  • Hire a professional makeup artist. The expense of using a professional is well worth it. On your wedding day, you will be nervous and won't want to do your makeup yourself. Relying on a friend or family member isn't the best option. If you can afford it, hire a makeup pro.
  • Have a pre-wedding consultation a few weeks before you wedding. Most professional makeup artists include one consultation as part of their pricing. Bring a swatch from your wedding dress and pictures of how you will be wearing your hair. Doing so will give the makeup artist an idea of what he or she will be working with on your wedding day.
  • Apply a primer under your foundation to help your makeup last longer. Also use a primer on your eyelids to prevent eye shadow from creasing or melting.
  • Use waterproof mascara.
  • Keep eye makeup natural and light. You don't want to look like a raccoon in photos.
  • Fill in your lips with lip pencil before applying lipstick. This will give your lipstick a good base to help the color last.
  • Place a towel over your head when putting on your gown. This way you can avoid getting cosmetics on your wedding dress.
  • Have blotting papers or powdered rice papers on hand. These convenient papers can eliminate shine on your wedding day.
  • Put Vaseline on your front teeth. This trick will stop lipstick from getting on your teeth, which can ruin photos.

Covering Acne

Acne can take a serious toll on your teen’s self esteem. Going to see a dermatologist is the first step to curing severe acne. But, if your teen just has a few blemishes, or just gets a spot occasionally, then proper makeup application can do the trick.

Find a concealer that is oil-free. There are specific concealers meant to cover acne and that contain an acne fighting ingredient such as salicylic acid or benzyl peroxide. Dab on the concealer gently with a concealer brush, let it set for a minute, and then blend out the edges so you don’t see where the concealer meets the skin. Don’t brush too much directly over the spot - you don't want to brush all the concealer away! After the concealer is blended, set it with some loose powder.

For more apparent blemishes, find an oil-free medium coverage foundation. This will help camouflage large problem areas, and tone down redness caused by the inflammation of the acne. Use a clean foundation brush to apply the foundation every time, and set with oil-free loose powder. Don't use your fingers or sponges to spread foundation as they harbor bacteria and can make acne worse.

Types of Bath Products

Bath and Shower Gels
These products normally come in a tube form and are applied directly to the skin or with a bath sponge. Body and shower gels both clean and moisturize the skin in one convenient product.

Body Scrubs
Body scrubs exfoliate the skin using salt or sugar (usually mixed with oil) to slough away dead skin cells. Using a body scrub regularly will improve the appearance of your skin, as well as stimulate circulation.

Bath Salts
Bath salts are crystals which are added to the bath water. These scented crystals relieve tired, aching muscles and their aromas can relax both your mind and body.

Soaps and Cleansers
Soaps and cleansers clean your skin, leaving it feeling and looking healthy. Look for bath soaps and cleansers made from all natural ingredients without harsh chemicals.

MOR Gelato Body Wash is a cleanser which utilizes all natural ingredients to gently and safely exfoliate and cleanse your skin. You can get MOR and countless other bath products at

Eyeshadow for brown eyes

Brown eyes look great in blue and pink tones as well as golds and burnt oranges. The intensity of color you wear depends on your skin tone. For fair skin, use a soft blue on the eylid, plum on the outer edge of the eye, and pink under the eyebrow. For medium to deeper skin tone, the plum could be used on the lid and into the crease area. Line eyes with a navy or plum color and black mascara.

Black or Brown Mascara?

In my humble opinion, you should go with black mascara, always black. I don’t understand brown mascara. It’s just unnecessary. The point of mascara is to make your eyes stand out. Black does the trick in the best possible way. Here’s a little quick trivia for you that might come up in a Trivial Pursuit game at some point. The first mascara was invented by Eugene Rimmel in the 19th century. The word “rimmel” still means mascara in French and Italian. Early mascara was made from coal dust mixed with petroleum jelly; probably not very good for your eyes. It came in a cake form that a chemist made for his sister Mabel…which eventually became the company Maybelline. Don’t you just love makeup history class? The modern form of it didn’t get introduced until 1957 by the great beauty pioneer Helena Rubinstein. I don’t think any of the early inventors of mascara would have come up with a brown version. So in honor of them, go with black.

Fuller Lips

To make your lips appear fuller, use a deep shade of lipcolor at the outside corners of lips. Then apply a lighter lipcolor (in similar shade) to the center of the lips. Remember that light brings forward, dark recedes.

A Solution For Those Who Hate Foundation

Foundation comes in all different kinds of formulas. Even with a wide variety to choose from, the most common refrain I hear from women is, “I hate foundation!” Even a sheer foundation feels like a mask covering up their skin. I have tried many times to put foundation on someone who doesn’t like it to try and change their mind, and it doesn’t work. There is a solution for all the foundation haters out there.

If you want your skin to show through, skip foundation altogether and try a tinted moisturizer. It’s the best choice for natural coverage that evens out skin tone and will give a healthy glow to your complexion. A tinted moisturizer is closest in texture to a sheer foundation, but also has the added benefit of hydrating the skin. Most tinted moisturizers also offer an SPF of at least 15. If you can find one with an SPF 30, then you are really doing your skin a favor by protecting it daily from incidental sun exposure.

Eyeshadow for blue eyes and blonde hair.

For blue eyes and blond hair the best looking eyeshadow colors are violets and lavenders or neutral tones. Use the violet on the lid and in the crease of the eyelid. Use the lighter color lavender above the crease to the eyebrow bone for a dramatic night look. Use natural colors for daytime.

Eyeshadow recommendation for blue eyes and blond hair: Natural tones for day and purple hue's for night!

Lipstick Choices

The type of lipstick you use depends on your individual taste. There are matte lipsticks that are drier and thus longer lasting. There are cream lipsticks that give good coverage and contain moisturizers. There are hydrating lipsticks that are good for dry lips. There are sheer lipsticks that are moist and give your lips a stain. There are also lipglosses that are fluid and have the most moisture.

Makeup Brushes

The quality of brushes does make a difference. Natural bristled brushes are best as they are soft to the touch and apply powder blush,face powder,eyeshadow or lipstick most effectively. Synthetic brushes are best to use for eyeshadow base,cream eyeshadows,and concealers. They should all be washed with a gentle foaming cleanser,hair shampoo or just plain soap and water. Squeeze out excess water with a towel,lay flat and air dry.

How Natural Is Mineral Makeup?

mineral makeup companies claim that their mineral-based products are “so natural” you can sleep in them. Most But how true is that, really? How different is mineral makeup versus regular makeup?

Mineral-based foundations came on to the market with a big bang when the company Bare Escentuals introduced their i.d. bareMinerals makeup. Mineral foundation is essentially crushed minerals that are free of preservatives, talc, oil and fragrance. People with sensitive skin usually responds well to mineral makeup because it's made up of fewer ingredients. They do share some of the same ingredients as regular makeup though, like mica or titanium dioxide.

As far as the coverage goes, it’s sheer to medium depending on how many layers you buff on with a powder brush. On the plus side, it is good for all skin types because it’s oil-free
. Bare Escentuals basic mineral foundation goes for around $25. Lucky for us, more budget-friendly options are now available at the drugstore level because it seems that every cosmetics company has jumped on the mineral bandwagon lately. L’Oreal has a mineral foundation called Bare Naturale ($12). In most cases, you can just use a light coverage with this makeup. Just dust a light layer over your t-zone and chin, or any other areas that are red and uneven.

Even though mineral makeup may have fewer ingredients than traditional makeup, you still need to wash it off at night. During the day dirt, oil, and bacteria accumulate on the skin and need to be removed before you go to bed.

Best Makeup Colors for Brides

After you pick your perfect foundation, try to find eye, lip, and cheek colors that are neutral and compliment your skin tone. Also remember not to put mascara on lower lashes or you can end up looking like a raccoon. If you need a little color in your skin try using a bronzer. This will give a natural glow without looking fake. Try a neutral lip color with a fantastic, hint of color gloss.


Getting The Most Out of Your Mascara

· Go Slow

· Wiggle and Pull”

· Get a hand mirror

· Replace

Applying Smoky Eye Makeup

· Prep your lids.

· Line your eyes.

· Apply the shadow.

Beginning Makeup

· Lip gloss

· Nude eyeshadow

· Blush

Applying Sexy Eye Makeup

· Shape your eyebrows.

· Apply a base.

· Choose your eye shadow colors.

· Curl your lashes.

· Set your eye makeup.

· Line your top lashes.

Applying Sexy Eye Makeup

· Shape your eyebrows.

· Apply a base.

· Choose your eye shadow colors.

· Curl your lashes.

· Set your eye makeup.

· Line your top lashes.

Bridal Makeup

· Hire a professional makeup artist.

· Have a pre-wedding consultation a few weeks before you wedding.

· Apply a primer under your foundation to help your makeup last

· Use waterproof mascara.

· Keep eye makeup natural and light.

· Fill in your lips with lip pencil before applying lipstick.

· Place a towel over your head when putting on your gown.

· Put Vaseline on your front teeth

· Have blotting papers or powdered rice papers on hand. Acne

· few blemishes

· proper makeup application can do the trick

· gets a spot occasionally

Eyeshadow for brown eyes

· blue and pink tones as well as golds and burnt oranges

A Solution For Those Who Hate Foundation

· tinted moisturizer Makeup Colors for Brides

· using a bronzer

· try to find eye, lip, and cheek colors that are neutral and compliment your skin tone

· mascara on lower lashes

· little color

· pick your perfect foundation


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