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Bahasa inggris. Introduction, Parts of Speech, Tenses (1). Parts of Speech. Noun / kata benda Pronoun / kata ganti Adjective / kata sifat Verb / kata kerja Adverb / kata keterangan Conjunction / kata penghubung Preposition / kata depan Interjection / kata seru. Noun. Pronoun(1).

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bahasa inggris

Bahasa inggris

Introduction, Parts of Speech, Tenses (1)

parts of speech
Parts of Speech
  • Noun / kata benda
  • Pronoun / kata ganti
  • Adjective / kata sifat
  • Verb / kata kerja
  • Adverb / kata keterangan
  • Conjunction / kata penghubung
  • Preposition / kata depan
  • Interjection / kata seru
pronoun 1
Pronoun(1)
  • Pronoun that replace noun as a subject (I, you, he, she, it, they, we)

Pronoun that replace noun as an object (me, you, him, her, us, them)

  • Pronoun that use as adjective (my, your, his, her, our, their)
pronoun 2
Pronoun(2)
  • Pronoun that use as possessive (mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs)
  • Pronoun that use as adverb (myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, themselves)
  • Uncertainty Pronoun (using: that, which, what, who, whom)
adjective
Adjective
  • Adjective is explaining noun or pronoun
  • There are two kinds of adjective:

1. Adjective that explain noun

(good book, handsome boy, true story, etc)

2. Adjective that explain pronoun

(She is very beautiful, They are clever, etc)

adverb 1
Adverb(1)
  • Adverb is explaining verb, adjective, or another adverb
  • There are three kinds of adverb:

1. Adverb that explain verb

-He always speaks English with his friends

-The farmers work hard

-The student is reading an English book loudly

adverb 2
Adverb(2)
  • 2. Adverb that explain adjective
    • -The book is very expensive
    • -The room is too big for us

-Economics is quite different from literature

3. Adverb that explain adverb

-He speaks English very well

-She walks quite slowly

-They come here so often

conjunction 1
Conjunction (1)
  • Conjunction is a word or words that connect two words, phrases or tenses.
  • List of conjunction:

and

as well as

both....and....

neither....nor....

not only....but also....

but

so

in spite of

etc

conjunction 2
Conjunction (2)
  • Example:

1.I want to buy the book, but I don’t have enough money

2.He never studies well, sohe can not do the homework

3.Jack went out in spite ofthe rain

preposition
Preposition
  • Preposition is showing a connection between noun or pronoun with another word in a tense
  • Example:

1. I drive a car to the office

2. I walked around the house

  • List or preposition:

about, above, after, for, to, around, before, behind, beside, between, in front of, in, on, into, under, until, with, from, at, during, among, etc.

tenses
Tenses

Tenses are a form of verb that their change depend on TIME and EVENT

Tenses are the basic of learning English

  • Tenses has 16 kinds, but only 12 kinds are using frequently.
  • Four tenses that seldom use are:

simple past future tense, past future continuous tense, past future perfect tense, past future perfect continuous tense

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PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE

is using for an action that happens when we talk or at present

  • SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

is using for a frequent activity, habbitual actions and general truth

exercise
Exercise
  • Hold
  • Run
  • Come
  • Write
  • Eat
  • Sit
  • Act
  • Open
  • Begin
  • Fry
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Our lecture (stand,not).................up right now. She (sit)..........................on the corner of her desk.

  • It (rain, not)................right now. The sun (shine).............., and the sky (be)...................blue.
  • Look out the window. (Rain, it)..................? Should I take my umbrella?
  • Alice (take, not).........................the bus to school every day. She usually (walk)....................
  • (Take, you) ...............................the bus to get to school every day, or (walk, you)...................?
  • (Rain, it)..................a lot in southern California?