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Exercise -1

Name  :

Class    :

Date    :

INTRODUCING SOMEONE

Complete the dialogue

Mr. Joko              : Hi Batman, how are you doing ?

Batman                : I’m doing fine Joko.

Mr. Joko              : Let me . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . my friend, he is Superman.

Batman               : Hi Superman, how do you do ?

Superman           : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Batman                : It’s nice to meet you here, where  . . . . . . . . . .  live ?

Superman           : I live in Suwawal. I am Joko’s cousin.

This is my first time  visiting  Jepara.

Batman                : . . . . ..   do you think about Jepara ?

Superman           : I think Jepara is a beautiful city. I love to be here.

Batman               :  . . . . . . . .   do you come from ?

Superman           : I am from Los Angeles.

PERSONAL PRONOUN

 

  1. I buy a new car , this is . . . . . . . . . new car.
  2. I want to visit Susi but . . . . .  is not at home now.
  3. Tika has  a cute cat,   . . . . . .   cute cat named Bejo.
  4. Father asks me to buy coffeemix for . . . . because he wants to drink hot coffeemix.
  5. Today Tono goes  to school by bus because    . . . . .  motorcycle is lost.

 

SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

 

*** Change into negative sentences !

  1. I am smart student
  2. You go to school by bus
  3. I know you well

*** Change into interrogative !

  1. You are a good student
  2. She feels happy everyday
  3. My father is a fisherman

*** Change into positive !

  1. Do I know you ?
  2. I don’t understand
  3. She is not my best friend

TRANSLATE   INTO  ENGLISH

  1. Senang bertemu denganmu
  2. Apakah kamu baik-baik saja hari ini ?
  3. Siti tinggal di Jl. Pemuda no.1
  4. Berapa umurmu ?
  5. Apakah Aya tinggal di Jepara ?

TRANSLATE INTO INDONESIA

  1. I think you are a new student
  2. You always come on time
  3. She does not live in Bali
  4. I am 14 years old
  5. He is not a new friend of mine
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Posted by: ananda29 | July 27, 2010

Ananda English Corner

This article is good for you all,  just read it  .. may be one day you need it.

It’s going to sharpen your English skill too…….

good luck !!



Function Words


That is a word that doesn’t belong to one of the four major parts of speech in English. ( noun, verb, adjective, adverb )
Among the function words are : articles, auxiliary verbs, conjunctions, prepositions, pronouns, noun determiners, substitute nouns and other specialized expressions.

Articles
This is the traditional terms of a, an and the

Auxiliary Verbs
These are the “helping” verbs that can combined with various parts of other verbs to make verb phrases. The most common are : be, have and do. In addition we have the modals : can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, will, would as well as dare and need under certain conditions. The phrases ought to, used to, and (be) supposed to are included because they resemble modals, in spite of the fact that, unlike ordinary modals, they include the word to.

Conjunctions
Conjunctions join various parts of the sentence together. There two kinds : coordinating and subordinating.
(a) coordinating conjunctions
these join nouns to nouns, verbs to verbs, adjectives to adjectives, and so on. They are and, but, (either….)or and (neither….)nor
(b) subordinating conjunctions
these are the words that introduce adjectival and adverbial clauses, subjects and verbs, but they can’t stand alone as independent sentences. They are :
after lest when
although though where
because till while
before unless why
if until

Wh-questions how, who, whom, what, which, when, why and where also introduce subordinate clauses of a special type, usually called indirect questions.
The relative pronoun who, whom, which, whose and that introduce subordinate clauses of another type, usually called relative clauses, which modify nouns.

Preposition
These make up an extremely important class of function words. They are :
About but outside
Above during over
Across except since
After for through
Against from throughout
Along in to
Among inside toward
Around into under
As like underneath
At of until
Before off up
Behind on upon
Below onto with
Beside out within
Between down without
Beyond
Remember that most of these words may also function as adverbs, if no noun follows.

Pronouns
These words take the place of nouns. The meaning they have depend on the noun they replace, called the antecedent.
ENGLISH PRONOUNS
person singular plural
S O Possessive S O Possessive
1st 2nd 1st 2nd
1st I me my mine we us our ours
2nd you your yours same as singular
3rd -M he him his they them their theirs
3rd -F she her hers
3rd -N it its

Many other words traditionally called pronouns will be found under the heading Substitute Nouns.

Noun Determiners
These are the expressions that signal the presence – of a following noun. If there is no noun following, then the expression itself functions as a noun – a substitute noun.
Noun determiners classified according to the type of noun
that may follow
any kind of noun any singular noun singular countable nouns mass
nouns mass nouns or plural countable nouns Plural
nouns
the
my
your
his
her
its
our
their
which
what
whose
whatever
whichever
no
this
that a(n)
each
every
either
neither
one
another
many a much
(a) little
a good deal of
a great deal of
some
any
more
most
all (the)
a lot of
lots of
other
enough
these
those
many
(a) few
several
two, three, etc
both (the)

A mass noun is one that is not used in the plural except under special circumstances. It is one that names a substance or a quality , that in English at least, is not counted but measured : salt, sugar, rice, water, kindness.
This distinction must be kept in mind in studying the above table of noun-determiners.

Substitute Nouns
These expressions resemble the pronouns in replace a noun in a context but for grammatical reasons it is convenient to separate them from the pronouns.
all most none
another much one, two (three, etc)
any (the) least (the) other
both less others
either (a) little several
enough (a) lot some
(a) few lots such
(a good) deal many that/those
(a great) deal more this/these

Intensifiers
These are traditionally called adverbs, but they behave in special ways and are better treated separately. They are :
awfully hardly quite
enough just rather
fairly pretty really
right scarcely somewhat
terribly too

Special Expressions
(i) the ‘indefinite pronouns’ these are the combinations of any, every, no and
some with body, one and thing: anybody, anyone, anything , everybody,
nobody, nothing, etc.
(ii) the ‘indefinite adverbs’ : anyhow, anywhere, somehow, etc
(iii) question words : when, where, what, why, who, whose, whom, how, and which
(iv) the -ever words : whatever, whenever, wherever, etc
(v) the reflexive pronouns : myself, yourself, themselves etc
(vi) miscellaneous : no, ok, please, yes

Exercises
A. Find five nouns that can be used in each blank in the following sentences.
1. This …… is very good
2. I need some more ….
3. Give me another ….
4. There are several …. In the bathroom
5. He has lots of ….

B. Find at least two noun determiners or combinations that make correct sentences.
1. This is …… house
2. He has …. friends
3. I need …. coat
4. ……. people like to travel
C. Complete these sentences using adjectives ( and other words if necessary).
Examples ; fresh, good, hard, soft, etc
1. This bread is ….
2. This bread is too ….
3. This bread is much …. than that
4. This bread is not ….
5. This bread is rather….

D. Change the italicized nouns or noun phrases to pronouns in these sentences
1. Mr. Wilson spoke to John
2. The book is John’s
3. John and I found the money
4. Helen saw Mrs. White’s sister
5. Where’s the cat ?
6. The scissor are not sharp enough
7. Put your shoe on
8. The boy was proud of his new bicycle

Posted by: ananda29 | October 18, 2009

Ananda English Corner

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