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PROBLEM 58 – 61

05 Jan

Problem 58 ( CLASSIFICATION KIND AND TYPE )

The Formula      :  kinds                  +             of            +             noun (plural count)

                                  Types                  +             of            +             ( non count )    

 

Example              :              

 

  • All kinds of flower in my garden
  • He’s a fine type of Indonesian menhood

 


Problem 59 (  INFINITIVE and –ING SUBJECTS )

Remember that either and infinitive or an – ing form may be used as the subject of a sentence or clause.

The Formula               : s ( Infinitive)                         +          V         

                                       S (-ing)                     +          V

 

Example                      :

To Study a mandarin language is very difficult

Studying language English well  need  seriousness

 

Problem 60 (QUALIFYING PHRASES WITH-ING NOUNS)

            Remember that – ingform may be used as a noun, in some grammar books, the –ing form is called a gerund. Remember that –ing form are usually noncount nouns are not preceded by the unless followed by a qualifying phrases.

The Formula   : The    +          -ing      +          Of Noun ( Qualifying Phrases)

 

Example          :

  • The Writing Of Letters is an art

 

Probem 61 ( NOMINAL THAT CLAUSE)

            Remember that sometimes that subject of a verb is a single noun. Other time it is a long noun phrase or a long noun clause.

One example of long noun clause is the nominal that clause. Like all clauses, the nominal that clause has a subject and verb. The nominal that clause function as the main subject of the main verb which follows it.

The Formula               :           Nominal That clause S          +          V

Example                     :

  • The person’s  we are speking of English language

 

 

 
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Posted by on January 5, 2012 in English for IT

 

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