Demonstrative Pronoun

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I am going to discuss about demonstrative pronoun. We can using Demonstrative pronoun, when we will shows a noun like people, things, place, etc. Demonstrative pronoun divided into four types, that are:


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  1. This

We can using this, when we will shows the noun were located near in the singular form.

Example :

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Usually, this followed by verb is. But when this in the question, the verb is followed by this.

  1. That

We can using that, when we will shows the noun were located far in the singular form.

Example:

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fwry

Usually, that followed by verb is. But when that in the question, the verb is followed by that.

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Count Nouns and NonCount Nouns

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At this time I will continuing a previous article that tells about Nouns. As we know, common nouns has two types, that are:


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Count Noun

Count noun is a noun that can be counted. Usually the patterns of count noun is:

(A/one/two/some/a lot of, etc) + Noun

Count noun divided into two types, that are:

1). Singular

(A/an/one) + noun

Example :

  • A book

  • One pen

  • An orange

2). Plural

(Some/a lot of/three, etc) + noun + -s

Example :

  • Three bags

  • Some letters

  • A lot of rulers


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Nouns

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For this time, I will discuss about Nouns. Nouns is used as the subject of a sentence and as the object of a verb. Another definition of the noun is the kind of words in the English language to name things like people, objects, places, etc.


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Nouns are divided into two types, that are:

  • Proper Noun

Proper Noun is types of nouns of people, objects and places specifically. The first letter in a proper noun always start with a capital letter.

Example :

  • J Habibie

  • Tisera

  • San Fransisco


  • Common Nouns

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Linking Sounds

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Now, we are going to discuss about linking sounds. Linking sounds is when there is a sentence, we linking the both words each other.


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Linking sounds divided into two kinds, that is:

  1. Linking sound Vowel-Vowel

Linking sounds Vowel-Vowel is when in the first word ending with vowel sounds and in the second word starts with vowel sounds.

Example :

  • Do all your assigment now!

  • Who is your closefriend?

  • I have a reservation for tonight.

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Greeting

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At this time I will discuss about greeting. As we know, when we first meet with the new person, then automatically we will ask for her/his name, where she/he came from, a job, a place to stay this time, and others. then to ask those things we usually use the expressions of greeting.


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Example :

  • What’s your name? My name is/ I’m…

  • Where do you come from? I come from..

  • Where are you from? I am from…

  • Where do you live? I live in…

  • What do you do? I am English Student.

  • Where do you go to school? I go to school at STKIP Pasundan majoring in English Education study program/ I study at STKIP Pasundan majoring in English Education study program.

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