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15 Contoh Kalimat Dalam Present Perfect Tense dan Penjelasannya

By | February 16, 2018

Sobat pembaca, kali ini ditampilkan 15 contoh kalimat dalam present perfect tense. Sobat bisa membaca ulang topik tentang present perfect tense di link ini. Secara singkat, tense ini digunakan untuk mendeskripsikan kegiatan yang  1) dimulai di waktu lampau, dan sekarang ini sudah selesai, dan akibat atau hasilnya bisa dirasakan sekarang; 2) mulai dan selesai di waktu lampau tetapi kapan terjadinya tidak penting… Read More »

Question Words

By | January 29, 2015

Question words are used to ask certain types of questions. These question words are often referred to as WH question words because they have WH letters in them (WHAT, WHO, WHOM, WHERE, WHEN, etc.). WHAT: We use WHAT if we want to know specific information. We want to know the THING. Examples: 1. What is your English teacher’s… Read More »

Few & A few: Pilih Yang Mana?

By | January 24, 2015

Few  dan a few dua-duanya dikelompokkan sebagai determiners, dan kalau digunakan dengan kata benda (noun), few dan a few diletakkan sebelum kata benda tersebut. Sekilas memang tampak sama. Tetapi, dilihat dari sisi makna sebenarnya berbeda. . Few Few berarti not many, alias tidak banyak, atau sedikit. Jika sobat pembaca mengatakan, misalnya, “Few people gathered in the town square’,… Read More »

The Simple Present Tense, The Present Continuous Tense, The Present Perfect Tense: Mixed Exercise

By | January 10, 2015

Instruction: Complete each of the following sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets. 1. A: You (see) … the man and the woman under the tree? B: Yes, I do. A: You (see) … them before? B: No. You? A: Yes, I (see) … them before. They (come) … here every weekend. Look, the man… Read More »

The Present Perfect Tense

By | January 3, 2015

The present perfect tense is a little bit tricky for non-native speakers of English.  What I mean by tricky is that the action itself is in the past, but still relevant or has connection with the present. When you say I’ve lost the wallet  that means you LOST the wallte in the PAST, but you have not got… Read More »

The Simple Present Tense vs The Present Continuous Tense: Mixed exercise

By | December 26, 2014

Instruction: Decide whether you should use the simple present tense (eat/eats) or the present continuous tense (is/am/are eating). 1. Right now I (be) … in the living room. I (read) … a novel. I often (read) … a novel in my spare time. 2. Herman (speak) … Indonesian. Indonesian is his mother tongue, but at the moment he… Read More »

The Simple Present Tense: Exercise 1

By | November 11, 2014

Instruction: Substitute the subject of each of the following sentences with the word or words in parentheses. Remove the ‘s’ or ‘es’ from the verb where necessary. Add an ‘s’ or ‘es’ to the verb where necessary. Example: The man works at the university. (the woman) The woman works at the university. 1. The boys go to school… Read More »