Kamis, 16 Juni 2016
Senin, 24 Juni 2013
LATIHAN 12 HAL 105-106 Lengkapi kalimat. Gunakan shouldn’t + ekspresi dalam daftar atau kata-kata sendiri. be cruel to animals be late for an appointment drive a long distance exceed the speed limit give too much homework miss any class smoke throw trash out of your car window 1. if you are tired, you shouldn’t drive a long distance 2. Cigarette smoking is dangerous to your health. You shouldn’t smoke 3. A good driver shouldn’t throw trash out of your car window 4. A teacher shouldn’t give too much homework 5. A student shouldn’t miss any class 6. Animals have feelings, too. You shouldn’t be cruel to animals 7. It is important to punctual. You shouldn’t exceed the speed limit 8. Littering is againts the law. You shouldn’t be late for an appointment
Selasa, 07 Mei 2013
PASSIVE (1.Julia rescued three cats. 2.The students handed in the reports. 3.Maria crashed into the blue car. 4.Alex learned the poem. 5.Steven has forgotten the book.) AKTIVE (1.Once a week, Tom cleans the house. 2.Right now, Sarah is writing the letter. 3.Sam repaired the car. 4.Many tourists have visited that castle. 5.Recently, John has been doing the work. 1. Who do you do? 2. What is your name? 3. Where do you live? 4. When do you listen music? 5. Why does she here?? MODALS (1.He can drive well. 2.May I help you? 3.I have to speak German there. 4.He likes the soup. 5.That well may be.)
Rich, well-educated Australians are contributing twice as much to climate change as average households./n Suddenly you find yourself with twice the dirty diapers, twice the mouths to feed in the middle of the night, twice the formula to buy./n The study, published recently in the international education journal School Effectiveness and School Improvement./n Recently married Michael Jackson appears on stage at the 11th Annual MTV Video Music Awards at./n Rarely has a student from this school written a better composition./n The neighbors often take turns clearing snow from the elderly woman's walkway./n How often do you have friends over for dinner?/n Since she lives so far away, we aren't able to visit her very often./n She's generally a healthy toddler but she has periodically ear infections./n
Use adverbs of frequency to say how often you do something. Adverbs of frequency are often used with the present simple because they indicate repeated or routine activities. For example, They often go out for dinner. Adverbs of frequency include (form most often to least often): always usually often sometimes occasionally seldom rarely never If the sentence has one verb (e.g. no auxiliary verb) put the adverb in the middle of the sentence after the subject and before the verb. Examples Tom usually goes to work by car. Janet never flies. She always goes by bus. Adverbs of frequency come after the verb 'be': Examples I am never late for work. Peter is often at school. If the sentence has more than one verb (e.g. auxiliary verb), put the adverb of frequency before the main verb. Examples I can never remember anything! They have often visited Rome. When using adverbs of frequency in the question or negative form, put the adverb of frequency before the main verb. Examples She doesn't often visit Europe. Do you usually get up early?