Grammar Guide

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Grammar Guide

Post by Terry » Sat Feb 16, 2019 7:39 am

  1. Parts of Speech
    All our words can be classified into nine categories which we call parts of speech: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections and articles.
  2. The Exclamation Point
    The Exclamation point (!)
    This punctuation is used after a strong statement that expresses surprise, shock, a sharp outburst, or a command:
    >e.g Nonsense! Watch out! You bumbler! I did not! What a lovely baby!
  3. The Comma
    The Comma (,)
    This punctuation mark indicates a brief pause.
    A. Series (three or more words, clauses, phrases, or numbers)
    Commas are used between the parts of a series:
    >example: Our defense may require blood, sweat, toil, and tears
    > The handsome, tall, dark, smiling man is my uncle.
    > Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio are our largest cities.
    > Mr. Harris wants us to study Chapterd 8, 9, 14, and 15.
    Note: Do not use a comma if all parts of the series are joined by and, or, nor.
    >Example: Neither darkness nor cold nor hunger stopped us.
    > We had soup and salad and dessert.

    B. Direct Address
    When speaking to someone directly, separate that person's name from the rest of the sentence with commas.
    >Example: Fortunately, Terry, I have time to help you.
    > Play it again, Terry.
    > Your honor, I wish to plead not guilty.

  4. The Apostrophe
    The Apostrophe (')
    Apostrophes have two purposes: one is to show that letters have been omitted to form a contractions and the other is to show ownership.
    A. Contractions
    has not = hasn't
    it is (or) it has = it's
    She would (or) she had = she'd
    Should have = should've
    We are = we're
    They will = they'll
    B. Possession
    The apostrophe is used to form the possessive of nouns and indefinite pronouns:
    Example:
    The airplane's engin was defective.
    My brother's coat was stolen.
    Everyone's hand was raised.
    Note: Don't use an apostrophe when you're dealing with the possessive of a personal pronoun:
    Example:
    The book is hers.
    The puppy wagged its tail.

  5. The Semicolon (dalam b. Indo namanya konjungsi)
    The Semicolon (;)
    The Semicolon is stronger than a comma but not as final as a period. It is generally used when the words on either side of it form complete sentences and when the words that follow it are closely related to those which precede it.
    1. In compound sentences:
    a. Use a semicolon to separate two main clauses of a compound sentence when they are not joined by a conjunction such as and, but, or.
    Example:
    Eat a balanced diet; it is imporrant for good health.

    b. Use a semicolon between the clauses of a compound sentence which are joined by conjunctive adverbs such as however, moreover, consequently, furthermore, etc.
    Example:
    1. Oat flakes taste great; moreover, they are very good for you.
    2. Texas has a single star on its flag; consequently, it is known as the Lone Star State.

    Other familiar conjunctive adverbs are:
    as a matter of fact, meanwhile, as a result, namely, besides, otherwise, for example, for instance.

    2. In a series:
    Use a semicolon when the parts of a series already contains commas. It helps to clarify the sentence:
    Example:
    1. The reported scores were Chicago 3, New York 1; Atlanta 2, St. Louis 1; and Philadelphia 9, Montreal 7.
    2. Meetings of the computer workshop will be held on Monday, Sept. 9; Tuesday, Sept. 17; and Wednesday, Sept. 25.


  6. The Colon
    The Colon (:)
    A colon means "that is to say" or "here's what I mean." Colons and semicolons should never be used interchangeably.

    Use a colon to introduce an item or a series of items. Do not capitalize the first item after the colon (unless it's a proper noun).
    Examples:
    You know what to do: practice.
    You may be required to bring many things: sleeping bags, pans, utensils, and warm clothing.
    I want the following items: butter, sugar, and flour.
    I need an assistant who can do the following: input data, write reports, and complete tax forms.
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Re: Grammar Guide

Post by Terry » Sat Feb 16, 2019 7:39 am

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Re: Grammar Guide

Post by Naping » Sun Feb 17, 2019 11:40 am

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Re: Grammar Guide

Post by bingbong » Tue Feb 26, 2019 8:30 pm

Agak pusing reading nya, bahasa indonya ada?
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Re: Grammar Guide

Post by Terry » Tue Feb 26, 2019 8:35 pm

bingbong wrote:
Tue Feb 26, 2019 8:30 pm
Agak pusing reading nya, bahasa indonya ada?
Terry wrote:
Sat Feb 16, 2019 7:39 am
Versi indo
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Re: Grammar Guide

Post by krulcifer » Wed Mar 13, 2019 9:20 am

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