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A. Form and Function of Adjectives
1. Form of Adjectives
a) Adjectives are invariable: They do not change their form depending on the gender or number of the noun.

A hot potato Some hot potatoes

b) To emphasise or strengthen the meaning of an adjective use ‘very’ or ‘really’:

A very hot potato Some really hot potatoes
2. Position of Adjectives
a) Usually in front of a noun: A beautiful girl.
b) After verbs like “to be”, “to seem” , “to look”, “to taste”:

  • The girl is beautiful
  • You look tired

c) After the noun: in some fixed expressions:

  • The Princess Royal
  • The President elect

d) After the noun with the adjectives involved, present, concerned:

  • I want to see the people involved/concerned (= the people who have something to do with the matter)
  • Here is a list of the people present (= the people who were in the building or at the meeting)

Be careful! When these adjectives are used before the noun they have a different meaning:

  • An involved discussion = detailed, complex
  • A concerned father = worried, anxious
  • The present situation = current, happening now
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Simple Present

Simple present, form
Example: to think, present simple

Affirmative Interrogative Negative
I think Do I think? I do not think.
You think Do you think? You don’t think.
he, she, it thinks Does he, she, it think? He, she, it doesn’t think.
we think Do we think? We don’t think.
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Simple Present

Simple present, third person singular
he, she, it: in the third person singular the verb always ends in -s:
he wants, she needs, he gives, she thinks.

Negative and question forms use DOES (=the third person of the auxiliary’DO’) + the infinitive of the verb.
He wants. Does he want? He does not want.

Verbs ending in -y : the third person changes the -y to -ies:
fly -> flies, cry -> cries

Exception: if there is a vowel before the -y:
play-> plays, pray-> prays

Add -es to verbs ending in:-ss, -x, -sh, -ch:
he passes, she catches, he fixes, it pushes


  1. He goes to school every morning.
  2. She understands English.
  3. It mixes the sand and the water.
  4. He tries very hard.
  5. She enjoys playing the piano.

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20100401 2 comments

Sekedar ingin berbagi apa yang aku pelajari kemarin, kemarin aku belajar tentang tenses dalam bahasa inggris. Nach, tenses yang dipelajari ialah simple present tense. Dasar sich, tetapi semoga bermanfaat.

Simple present tense digunakan untuk :

  1. Menunjukkan suatu peristiwa, kejadian,kegiatan yang terjadi berulang- ulang atau merupakan suatu kebiasaaan.
    Contoh : My father works five days a week.
  2. Menunjukkan kebenaran umum.
    Contoh : The suns shines in the east and sets in the west.
  3. Menunjukkan sesuatu yang akan terjadi pada waktu yang akan datang jika kita membicarakan tentang suatu jadwal.
    Contoh : The SIA class begins at 5 p.m.

Rumusnya :

  • Jika kalimat positif : S + V1
    Catatan : Jika subyek orang ke tiga tunggal (He, She, it) kata kerja harus ditambah dengan “s” atau “es”.
    Contoh : I work begin at 8 a.m. every day
  • Jika kalimat negative : S + don’t / doesn’t + V1
    Catatan : Doesn’t digunakan untuk orang ketiga tunggal (he, she, it). Sedangkan don’t digunakan untuk selain orang ketiga tunggal (I, you, we, they).
    Contoh : I don’t work begin at 8 a.m. every day
  • Jika kalimat Tanya : Do / Does + V1 ?
    Contoh : Do you work begin at 8 a.m every day?

Ok, semoga bermanfaat. Tunggu versi selanjutnya yach….

O ya menerima kritik dan saran kalo ada yang kurang berkenan. Thanks u……

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Belajar Bahasa Jepang

Tanggal 1 Tsuitachi
Tanggal 2 Futsuka
Tanggal 3 Mikka
Tanggal 4 Yokka
Tanggal 5 Itsuka
Tanggal 6 Muika
Tanggal 7 Nonoka
Tanggal 8 Youka
Tanggal 9 Kokonoka
Tanggal 10 Toka
Tanggal 11 Juuichi nichi
Tanggal 12 Juuni ichi
Tanggal 14 Juuyokka
Tanggal 19 Juukyuu nichi
Tanggal 20 Hatsuka
Tanggal 21 Nijuuichi nichi
Tanggal 23 Nijuusan nichi
Tanggal 24 Nijuuyokka
Tanggal 30 Sanjuu nichi
Tanggal 31 Sanjuuichi nichi

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Belajar Bahasa Jepang

Hari (Hibi)
Minggu Nichiyoubi
Senin Getsuyoubi
Selasa Kayoubi
Rabu Suiyoubi
Kamis Mokuyoubi
Jumat Kinyoubi
Sabtu Doyoubi
Pagi asa
Menjelang siang gozen
Siang hiru
Menjelang sore gogo
Sore yuugata
Malam yoru/ ban

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