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annoyance & anger expression, noun clause

  1. 1. Ahadiya Fahri Rosalina Aldy Ilham JanuaryMuhammad Arka Risdandi
  2. 2. EXPRESSION
  3. 3. Annoyance ExpressionAnnoyance expression can be defined as a response to explain about the bother or nuisance feeling.
  4. 4. Expressing AnnoyanceWould you stop that?Could you please stop doing that?That’s really a botherThat’s making me crazyYou really get to my nervesI’m very annoyedIt annoys meI can’t take this anymoreetc
  5. 5. Example: Awal was annoyyed with Rara who is singing loudly when Awal was studying.Rara : lalalalalalalalalalalalaAwal : would you stop it?Rara : I wouldn’t, I have to exercise my voice for singing test tomorrow.Awal : aaaakh.. It’s really bother me.
  6. 6. Anger ExpressionAnger expression can be defined as aresponse to explain about the great annoyance feeling.
  7. 7. Expressing Anger
  8. 8. Example Luna was angry to Dono for coming late in the meeting after school.Luna : why do you come late?Dono: sorry, I have long make up because I got many pimple in my face.Luna : oh, no! I’m fed up with all this
  9. 9. The Form Subject + Verb + ObjectSubject + Verb + Object + Object
  10. 10. Example I did my homework last night S V O Adv. Time They try to play his new guitar S V O
  11. 11.  The employees tried to explain S V to the manager why they came late O1 O2 The child talks about his friend to his mother S V O2 O1
  12. 12. Noun ClauseClause is a group of words which has a subjectand predicate of its own. So, noun clause can bedefined as a group of words which has a functionas a noun. The conjunction of noun clause can beall other pronominal pronouns:when, where, what, how, which, who, howmuch, etc. For example:The employees tried to explain S Vto the manager why they came late O1 O2
  13. 13. why they came late is a noun clause. Why hasfunction as conjunction of noun clause. Theyhas function as Subject of noun clause. Camehas function as verb of noun clause. Late hasfunction as Adverb of noun clause. So, it canbe written : Why they came late Conj S V Adv
  14. 14. The Function of Noun Clause Noun clause can occupy these 4 places. There are:• Subject• Object• Complement• Object of Preposition
  15. 15. Example:• As Subject Who broke the window glass must report S V to the office. ADV
  16. 16. • As Object We know who broke the window glass. S V O• As Complement The topic of our meeting is who broke the S V C window glass• As Object of Preposition we talked about who broke the window glass S V OP
  17. 17. Differences Noun Adjective Clause Clausefunction As noun As adjectiveUsed to Replace a noun Modify a nounExample Who came late The man who is my friend came late is my friendLocation Not after the After the noun noun
  18. 18. Exercise 1 on page 2231. The committee nominated who was going to receive the awards.• Noun Clause: who was going to receive the awards.• Function: as object.2. Who is going to receive the awards will be decided by the committee.• Noun Clause: who is going to receive the awards.• Function: as subject3. Alfred Nobel helped whoever needed food and other daily needs.• Noun Clause: whoever needed food and daily needs.• Function: as Object
  19. 19. 4. The question is how we’ll get the money for the activity• Noun Clause: how we’ll get the money for the activity• Function: as complement5. The workers didn’t explain why they came late this morning.• Noun Clause: why they came late.• Function: as object6. Many people don’t know where they can get information about work.• Noun Clause: where they can get information about work.• Function: as object
  20. 20. 7. Your question is concerned with what the word means to you.• Noun Clause: what the mord means to you.• Function: as object of preposition.8. How much we’ll give them depends on our financial situation.• Noun Clause: how much we’ll give them• Function: as subject
  21. 21. Exercise 2 on page 2241. My Friend asked, “how much does the computer cost?”• My friend asked how much the cost did2. She wanted to know, “ what do you do in your space time?”• She wanted to know what I did in my space time.3. The police questioned the man, “where did you keep the money?”• The police questioned the man where the man had kept the money.
  22. 22. 4. He asked the workers, “How long do you work everyday?”• He asked the workers how long the workers worked everyday5. The interviewer asked, “when would you like to start working?”• The interviewer asked when i had would like to start working.6. They wanted to know, “what time will you arrive at the station?”• They wanted to know what time i would arrive at the station.
  23. 23. 7. Our teacher asked everyone of us, “which opinion do you choose?”• Our teacher asked everyone of us which opinion I choosed.8. The visitor asked, “how can I get to the bazaar quickly?”• The visitor asked how the visitors could get to the bazaar quickly.

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