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MAKE 5 SENTENCES USING MIGHT TO EXPRESS POSSIBILITY

Juni 18, 2013

1. It might be wrong decision to her.

2. A weakest men might become strong, if he always gets spirit from his lover.

3. She might accompany her Mom to go to the cinere’s mall.

4. He might not be sad.

5. Noah might be sad when he knew what he done last night.

 

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MAKE ANSWERS USING MAY, MIGHT, AND MAYBE (Lat 5 page 98 no.5-7)

Juni 18, 2013

5. What does she have in her purse ?

Answer : I don’t know. She may have several ID cards. Or she might have credit cards. Maybe she’ll only have a lot of coins in her purse. Who knows ?

6. What does he have in his pants pockets ?

Answer : I don’t know. He may have a lot of coin. Or he might have a purse. Maybe he’ll have a lot of candys. Who knows ?

7. He/she isn’t in class today. Where is he/she ?

Answer : I don’t know. He/she may go to her friend’s house. Or he/she might go to school. Maybehe/she will play games in his/her home all day. Who knows ?

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CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS (Example Sentences Using Therefore, In addition, Nevertheless, Otherwise, and Meanwhile)

Mei 9, 2013

Therefore : The final exam will come; therefore, i have to study hard.

In addition : Rony is a handsome boy; in addition, he is clever.

Nevertheless : Charly is not clever; nevertheless, he always studies hard.

Otherwise : You must first meal; otherwise, you will go to school.

Meanwhile : Lami was working hard; meanwhile, Choi was doing nothing except sweeping floor.

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CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS (Contrast, Condition, Comparison, Result)

Mei 9, 2013

a. Conjunctive adverbs of Contrast : When a sentence shows an unexpected result of another sentence.

=> However : showing general contrasts, used when you are saying something that is different from or contrasts with a previous statement. Example : Rosa had the flu and should have stayed home;however, she went to school.

=> Nevertheless : showing unexpected results, in spite of what has just been said. Example : Rian didn’t study and had poor notes from the class lectures; nevertheless, he got a high mark on the test.

=> Still : showing unexpected results. Example : Dip had a flat tire and traffic was very heavy; still, he made it to work on time.

b. Conjunctive adverbs of Condition : The conjunctive adverb means “if not”, it’s used when the second sentence shows the result if the first sentence doesn’t happen.

=> Otherwise : means in a different way or manner. Example : Be ready in three minutes; otherwise I’ll leave without you.

c. Conjuctive adverbs of Comparison : To compare things.

=> Likewise : means “in the same way”. Example : I love my mother; likewise, I love myself.

d. Conjunctive adverbs of Result : To explain result at that time at the same time besides.

=> Therefore : means for that reason or cause. Example : She studied hard; therefore, she got 1st rank in tournament.

=> Consequently : means something that results from an event. Example : Rika is a wonderful teacher; consequently, many parents want their children in her classroom.

=> Accordingly : means correspondingly Example : It rained very hard; accordingly, the basketball game was canceled.

=> Hence : means “so”. Example : He always go to work early; hence, he never late.

=> Thus : means “so”. Example : Marni is a diligent student; thus, she has a lot of friends.

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Simple Past Tense & Past Progressive

April 8, 2013

Simple Past Tense

The simple past tense is used to talk about actions that happened at a specific time in the
past. You state when it happened using a time adverb.

You form the simple past of a verb by adding -ed onto the end of a regular verb but,
irregular verb forms have to be learned.

For example:

“Last year I took my exams.”

“I got married in 1992.”

It can be used to describe events that happened over a period of time in the past but not
now.

For example:

“I lived in South Africa for two years.”

The simple past tense is also used to talk about habitual or repeated actions that took
place in the past.

Past Progressive

The past progressive tense is difficult for many non-native speakers to master because many
languages don’t have an equivalent.

The past progressive describes an action that was in progress at a specific time in the
past. It can be used:

To describe an action that started in the past and was interrupted by another action:

He was writing an e-mail when the phone rang.
When the phone rang, he was writing an e-mail.
While he was writing an e-mail, the phone rang

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Example Of Simple Progressive

April 8, 2013
  1. Benny is flying a kite
  2. Peter is eating a mango
  3. Caro and Sally are sewing
  4. They are celebrating the victory
  5. Mr Fred is sailing to Africa