• Group 5 :• Virlia Alvionita C 1511100031• Riska Maziyah 1511100017• Audrey Vania C.O1511100059
Noun Clause• Di mulai dengan kata tanya• Di mulai dengan whether atau If• Diikuti oleh ifinitif• Di mulai dengan that
Dimulai dengan Kata Tanya Pattern :S + V + Noun Connector + S + V
First Ex :• Where does she live? I don’t know where she lives• Where she lives is the object of the verb know. Don’t use question word order in a noun clause. In a noun clause, the subject precedes the verb.
Second Ex :• Who lives there? I don’t know who lives there• The word order is the same in both the question and the noun clause because who is the subject in both (question and noun clause).
Third Ex :• What should they do? What they should do is obvious• What they should do is the subject of the sentence. A noun clause subject takes a singular verb.
Fourth Ex :• Who is she? I don’t know who she is.• She is the subject of the question, so it is placed in front of the verb be in the noun clause.
Di mulai whether atau if• Will she come? -I don’t know whether she will come -I don’t know if she will come When yes/no question is changed to a noun clause, whether or if is used to introduce the clause
Pattern when or not is used• Will she come? I wonder whether or not she will come I wonder whether she will come or not I wonder if she will come or not• Whether she comes or not is unimportant to me Noun clause is in the subject position
Diikuti Ifinitif• Question words ( when, where, how, who, whom, whose, what, which ) and whether may be followed by an infinitive.• Each pair of sentences in the examples has the same meaning. Notice that the meaning expressed by the infinitive is either should or can / could.
Examples:• I don’t know what should I do.• I don’t know what to do.• Please tell me how I can get to the bus station.• Please tell me how to get to the bus station.• Jim told us where we could find it.• Jim told us where to find it.
Dimulai dengan That• Statement He is a good doctor• Noun Clause I think that he is a good actor or I think he is a good actor that he is a good actor is a noun clause. It is used as the object of the verb think
• Statement She doesn’t understand spoken English• Noun Clause That she doesn’t understand spoken English is obvious or It is obvious (that) she doesn’t understand spoken English The noun clause That she doesn’t understand spoken English is used as the subject of the sentence. The word that is not omited when it introduce a noun clause used as the subject of a sentence
Diikuti Oleh Infinitif• I don’t know what I should do• I don’t know what to do• Jim told us where we could find it• Jim told us where to find it
Qoestion word (when, where, how, who,whom, whose, what, which) andwhether may be followed by an infinitife
ExerciseWith question word• ( How old is he ) ? I don’t know ...........• ( What was he talking about ) ? ........... was interestingWith that• The world is round is a fact ( that )• Plants need water is true ( that )With if or whether• Does he need help ? ( whether/if )• Do you have a dictionary? (whether/if )With infinitive• He told me when I should come. ( to )• Pam can’t decide whether she should go or stay home ( to
Asnwer• I don’t know how old he is.• What he was talking about was interesting• It is a fact that the world is round• That plants need water in order to grow is true• I wonder whether he needs help• She wonder if I have a dictionary• He told me when to come• Pam can’t decide whether to go or to stay home