Multiple-choice Test

Directions : Questions 1- 10 are incomplete sentences.Choose the appropriate answer to complete the sentence.

Grammar Test

1. My father …………….his friend’s party in Surabaya yesterday

A. attend

B. attends

C. has attended

D. attended

2. Now,ten children……………. in the park but your child is not among them

A. is playing

B. are playing

C. play

D. plays

3. If I could speak Japanese, I……………. spend next year studying in Japan

A. will

B. will have

C. would

D. would have been

4. Ana: Did you come to my home yesterday?

Dwi: Yes I did, but you……………. There

Ana: I am sorry, because I went to Denpasar with my sister at that time

A. are not

B. was not

C. were not

D. were

5. Despite the simplicity of their construction, the ancient systems….. exhibit very complicated behavior

A. to find

B. found to

C. are found to

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  • -Clause—————————-> a clause is a group of words containing a subject and a verb

Kind of Clauses :

Independent Clause ———– > an independent clause is a complete sentence. It  contains the main subject and a verb   of a sentence and an independent clause can stand alone

Dependent Clause—————> a dependent clause is not a complete sentence ; therefore, it must be connected to an independent clause because it can not stand alone

Adjective Clause—————–> an adjective clause is dependent clause that modifies a noun. It describes, identifies and gives information about a noun (it is also called a relative clause) Continue reading

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What is noun?
Noun is a word that is used to name a person, animal, place, thing and abstract idea. It is usually the first words the children learn. Look at these examples below! The underlined words are noun:
• Yesterday, my uncle brought a pen
I like banana

What is the function of noun?
In a sentence, noun can be a subject, a direct object, an indirect object, a subject complement, an object complement, an appositive, or an adverb

Types of Noun
There are many different types of noun, they are: Continue reading