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GRAMMAR Kind Of Question :

GRAMMAR Kind Of Question 1. Yes / No Question It is a question that needs an answer, either yes or no. its considered as verbal question because this question is generally started with verb. Example: Ø Will you come with me? Ø Do you love me? Ø Are you Jessica? Ø Have you become a doctor?

2. WH – Question :

It is a question that is started by using question words of who,what , when, where, why, and how. Example: Who – siapa – orang posisi subject o Who are you? o Who comes to your house? What – apa – sesuatu / benda o What is your name? o What does she like? 2. WH – Question

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When – kapan – waktu o When are you here? o When do you live? Where – dimana / kemana – tempat o Where do you live? o Where are you? Why – mengapa / kenapa – sebab o Why are you so sad? o Why do you love me? How – bagaimana – keadaan / cara o How are you? o How do you come here?

Vocabulary Question :

Vocabulary Question It is a WH question that adds something and changes meaning. Example : Whom – siapa – orang posisi subject Whom do you love? Whose + noun – milik siapa – kepunyaan / milik Whose book do you want to borrow? Which – yang mana – pilihan Which one do you like? How many + noun – berapa banyak ( dapat dihitung ) – jumlah How many books will you lend me?

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Lanjutan Vocabulary How much + noun – berapa banyak ( tidak dapat dihitung ) – jumlah How much the new HP will you buy? How long – berapa lama – periode waktu How long do you stay here? How far – berapa jauh – jarak How far is your house from here? What time – jam berapa – waktu (jam) What time do you go to school? What date – tanggal berapa – waktu ( penanggalan ) What date is it today? What day – hari apa – waktu ( hari ) What day do you want to go to Bali?


3. TAG QUESTION It is a question from that is added at the end of a statement or command. It is used to confirm, to clarify, and to ask for clarification, or to give emphasis on the preceding statement or command. In Indonesia, it isusually translated into “ ya , kan ? ; bukan ?” for statement, and “ mau , kan ? ; ayolah !” for a command.

Pattern: 1st sentence (positive) + to be / modals + not + S + ? (question mark) 1st sentence (negative) + to be / modals + ? (question mark):

Pattern: 1st sentence (positive) + to be / modals + not + S + ? (question mark) 1st sentence (negative) + to be / modals + ? (question mark) Example: She will going to Jakarta, will she? He loves me, does not he? You’d like to come here, had not you? We studied in the classroom, did not we?

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Special Ruler: Statement with subject everybody, everyone, everything, anybody, anyone, anything, anybody, no one is repeated in the tag with pronoun they. Example: Anyone watched the movie, didn’t they? No one cares about me, do they? For command and request, the tag uses the expression will you. Example: Be quest, will you? Don’t be lazy, will you?

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For invitations (command and request) beginning with the words let us / let’s, the tag uses the expression shall we. Example: Let’s see the movie, shall we? Let us pat attention to our leader, shall we? The positive statement of I am necessitates the tag in aren’t I. I am pretty, aren’t I?


4.GERUND Gerund is a verb, due to a certain case, added by the suffix –ing (verb –ing). It is known as a verb that functions like a noun. Maybe, gerund is almost like verb –ing. So, to make it different?

This is the condition that makes gerund different than other, there are::

This is the condition that makes gerund different than other, there are: o As a subject Speaking is better than thinking (Speaking à the subject) o As an object Sarah likes dancing (Dancing à the subject) o As a complement My hobby is eating (Eating à the complement) o After preposition (as prepositional object) I am sorry for coming late (For à preposition) o After possessive adjectives Her teaching is fascinating (Her à possessive)

o After the following verbs :

o After the following verbs Example: § Would you mind helping me? § We finish doing the task.

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