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created by: Ira Putri Rahmadhani, Dwi Praja Anggayeni, Emilia Yulisita.
Information System Department of Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Surabaya, Indonesia

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    • Internet Pictures Clips Maps News Shop Email more Web Search Noun Clause Search Your text here Group 5
    • Internet Pictures Clips Maps News Shop Email more Web Search Noun Clause Search Web Search Pictures Clips Group 5 – Noun Clause Maps News The member of Group 5 will present Noun Clause… Shop www.nounclause.co.id/ Email Ira Putri Rahmadhani 5211100098 Dwi Praja Anggrayeni 5211100126 Emilia Yulisita 5211100168 Information System Department Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
    • Noun Clause Noun Clause is the clause that have functions as a noun A sentence that contains with subject & verbQuestion word/conjunction/that + subject + verb + …
    • Internet Pictures Clips Maps News Shop Email more Web Search Noun Clause Search Web Search Pictures Clips Noun Clause begins with Question Words Maps News 1. Single question words Shop Where she is now is still unknown … Email www.nounclause.co.id/nounclause.begins.with.question.words/ Noun Clause begins with whether/if Example : I am not sure whether she is coming or not … www.nounclause.co.id/nounclause.begins.with.whether/if/ Noun Clause begins with that/the fact that In the Noun Clause, meaning of that is “bahwa”, whereas meaning of the that fact is “fakta bahwa” … www.nounclause.co.id/nounclause.begins.with.that/the.fact.that/
    • Noun Clause begins with question words 1.Single question words Example : Where she is now is still unknown. As a subject It is still unknown where she is now. As an object
    • Noun Clause begins with question words(con’t) 2. Question words + ever/soever Whatever = whatsoever Add ever or soever whenever = whensoever, etc. Meaning of ever or soever is same, combine with the word in front of it. How + ever = However, not included in this category Example : We will accept whatever you want us to do.
    • Noun Clause begins with question words(con’t) 3. Question words + nouns what time (jam berapa) what type (tipe apa) what day (hari apa) Commonly use whose + nouns (i.e. whose what kind (jenis apa) car, whose book, ect.) Example : • I can’t remember what day we will take the exam. • I don’t know whose car is parked in front of my house.
    • Noun Clause begins with question words(con’t) 4. Question words + adjectives how long (berapa panjang/lama) Commonly use how far (berapa jauh) how old (berapa tua/umur), etc. Example : 1. She still looks young. Do you know how old she actually is? 2. I am lost. Could you tell me how far it is from here to the post office? 3. He didn’t even ask how long I had been waiting for him.
    • Noun Clause begins with question words(con’t) 5. Question words + determiners how many followed by plural nouns Commonly use how much followed by uncountable nouns Example : • Is there any correlation between how good he or she is in English and how many books he or she has? • How much your English skill will improve is determined by how hard you practice.
    • Noun Clause begins with question words(con’t) 6. Question words + adverbs how often (berapa sering) Commonly use how many times (berapa kali), ect. Example : • No matter how often I practice, my English still bad. • I don’t want my parents to know how many times I have left school early
    • Noun Clause begins with question words(con’t) 7. Question words + infinitives • If the question words followed by infinitives directly, it means should or can/could • Subject after question words removed Example : • She didn’t know what to do = She didn’t know what she should do. • Please tell me how to get the train station from here = Please tell me how I can get the train station from here. back
    • Noun Clause begins with whether/if Example : • I am not sure whether she is coming or not = I am not sure whether or not she is coming = I am not sure whether she is coming. Whether can followed by OR/NOT or not and the meaning of that sentences will be same although not followed by OR/NOT (depend on the context of sentences) • If you take economics, I will take economics. back
    • Noun Clause begins with that/the fact that In the Noun Clause, meaning of that is “bahwa”, whereas meaning of the that fact is “fakta bahwa”. Example : • It is the fact that the world is round = the fact that the world is round is well known. • It was obvious that she was very sick = The fact that she was very sick was obvious.
    • Conclusion Adverbial Adjective Noun Clause Clause ClauseCan replaced by it Can not Can not Can answer when, where, Explain noun &Can answer that how(included how meaning of the noun question much & how relative pronoun is many), and why “yang” in bahasa. question
    • Question1. Last week, our cat gave birth to a litter of kittens, but we didnt know where________. a. is our cat c. our cat is b. our cat was d. was our cat1. Now, our cat is home again, and we cant believe how many _______________. a. kittens does she have c. she has kittens b. kittens has she d. kittens she has1. Can you imagine ________ ? a. how cute they are c. how they are cute b. how cute are they d. are they cute1. My husband said __________ try to keep them all. a. dont we c. that we shouldnt b. that shouldnt we d. that we dont1. Of course, the child agreed. Is it possible ________ the child would not agree? a. what c. if b. that d. whether or not
    • Answer1. Last week, our cat gave birth to a litter of kittens, but we didnt know where________. The correct answer is: b. our cat was2. Now, our cat is home again, and we cant believe how many _______________. The correct answer is: d. kittens she has3. Can you imagine ________ ? The correct answer is: a. how cute they are4. My husband said __________ try to keep them all. The correct answer is: c. that we shouldnt5. Of course, the child agreed. Is it possible ________ the child would not agree? The correct answer is: b. that
    • Question & AnswerIn each of the following sentences, replace the words in bold text by suitablenoun clauses.6. The reason for his failure is unknown.6. Why he had failed is unknown.7. We expect an improvement in his performance.7. We expect that there will be an improvement in his performance8. I do not believe his words.8. I do not believe his words.9. I heard of his death.9. I heard that he had died.10. I know him to be trustworthy.10. I know that he is trustworthy.
    • Source : http://swarabhaskara.com www.presentationmagazine.com http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/nounclausequiz.htmlhttp://www.englishpractice.com/quiz/noun-clauses-exercise/Thanks for the Attention