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MATERI LGERUNDThis always has the same function as a noun(although it looks like a verb), so it can beused the subject of sentencea. As : Example : Eating people is wrongb. After prepositions Example : Can you sneeze without opening your mouth? She is good at painting.c. After certain verbs Example : Like, hate, admit, imagine.d. In compund nouns @Arizal_LowLight Example : A driving lesson, a swimming pool, bird-watching, train-spotting. facebook.com/ArizaL.L.LowLight
MATERIADJECTIVE CLAUSEAn adjective clause usually begins with a relativepronoun ( which, that, who, whom, whose), a relativeadverb (where, when, why), or zero relative.An adjective clause is used to describe a noun.Example :The car, which was red, belonged to Harun.There are two main kinds of adjective clause.a. Non defining clauses : give extra information about the noun, but they are not essential. Example : The desk in the corner, which is covered in books, is mine.b. Defining Clause : give essential information about the noun. Example : The package that arrived this morning is on the desk.
IMPERATivE SENTENCE MATERIa. We can use the imperative to give a direct order. Example : Stand up straight.b. We can use the imperative to give instructions. Example : Open your book.c. We can use the imperative to make an invitation. Example : Come in and sit down. Make yourself at home.d. We can use the imperative on signs and notices. Example : Insert one dollar.e. We can use the imperative to give friendly informal advice. Example ; Speak to him. Tell him how you feel.f. We can use the imperative more polite by adding ‘do’. Example : Do sit down.
MATERIFor – During – WhileFor – During – While are used in time expression as below :a. For For is followed by a length of time: for 1 hour. It answers the question : how long?b. During During is followed by a noun : during the film. It means throughout the time or in the course of an action or event.c. While While is followed by a subject and a verb : while I was watching the film. It means during the time that an action was taking place.Example :I waited in front of the cinema for two hours.Nobody made noise during the lesson.They eat while we were studying the lesson.
コンピテンシーテスト COMPETENCE TEST1. … our stay in Austria, we visited a lot of museums. a. For c. During b. While d. Since2. I think I need to study polish … a few days before I go there. a. During c. For b. Since d. While3. Did you see Alice … your holiday? a. For c. During b. While d. Since4. John, … I met yesterday, is sick. The correct word to complete the sentece is … a. Which c. Whom b. Who d. Whose
コンピテンシーテスト COMPETENCE TEST5.He tried … but nobody paid him a slightest attention. a. To cough c. Coughed b. Cough d. Coughing6.My mother is a teacher. … is your mother Risa? a. Where c. When b. Who d. What7. Many people read the newspaper Every day. The other word for Every Day is … a. Monthly c. Weekly b. Daily d. Yearly8. I usually suggest … hard before … something. The correct word is … a. To think – to do c. Thinking – doing b. Thinks – does d. Think – do