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I

am BORING or I am BORED ???? I belief in Islam because Islam is my believe The inspection was inspector by the inspected The flower is beautiful fragrant

Our

body is WARMthe food burning process in our digest systemWARMS it ; therefore, I've put a T-shirt on under my sweater for extra . . Electricity brings electrical energy into your home. An electric heater is a convenient way of heating a room

English speech can be separated into eight basic categories:

Nouns Verbs Adjectives Prepositions

Pronouns Adverbs Interjections Conjunctions

Each category tells how a word is used in a sentence, but not what the word means. Sometimes the same word can be used in different ways. For example: 'Yuya plays the piano'. In this sentence 'plays' is a verb. 'The play starts at 7pm'. In this sentence 'play' is a noun.

A verb is the heart of the sentence. It is not a sentence if it doesnt have a verb. A verb shows the action or states of being the liver and the pancreas, produce Action verb digestive juices In nutrition, proteins are broken down in State being the stomach We learn tenses from the verb present, future, past or perfect tense . Verbs change their forms in tenses or active/passive sentences

The Adjective serves the noun It completes it It tells us about the size (big or small), color, number, origin/made of or quality A nice (opinion) little (size) old (age) white (color) brick (material) house Adjective usually comes before the noun or after be I dont like spicy food .. or .. my mother is a religious woman Order of adjective A wonderful old Italian clock. (opinion - age - origin) A big square blue box. (dimension - shape - color) A disgusting pink plastic ornament. (opinion - color material) Some slim new French trousers. (dimension - age origin)

An

adverb can modify a verb, an adjective, another adverb, a phrase, or a clause. An adverb indicates manner, time, place, cause, or degree and answers questions such as "how," "when," "where," "how much".

Do it now. I will see you then. They will be here soon. I can't meet you today.

I always do my homework We sometimes get confused. He usually gets good grades. I never went skiing. She rarely eats a big Let's go tomorrow. breakfast. They told me yesterday. He was once on TV. Have you traveled recently? He saw the movie twice

Adverbs

are all in the answers for the following questions ? Where are you ? I am here When were you born? I was born in Bandung How did Agnes sing ? She sang beautifully
Adverb also tells you about the degree of adjective Very beautiful, rather beautiful, normally beautiful

We

name people, place or thing with NOUN We learn NOUN when we were in elementary school : This is a book, that is a chair, she is noun noun Tina noun We often put ..some, the, a/an, 1, color, my, or other adjectives before the NOUN The NOUN is usually placed as a subject or an object of the sentence Udin is a student
Noun subject Noun object

A preposition is a word which shows relationships among other words in the sentence The preposition shows the relationship between its object (usually a noun or pronoun) and another word in the sentence The relationships include direction, place, time, cause, manner and amount The book is beneath the table place Budi goes to school direction TOEFL class starts at 10 time I came by bike

manner

at but by down for from in into like near next of

on onto out over past plus minus since than to up with

about above across after against along around before behind below beneath beside

beyond during except following inside minus onto opposite outside round since through

under underneath unlike until upon without according to along with alongside among apart from as for

because of by means of concerning despite except for in addition to in back of in case of in front of in place of in spite of instead of

on top of out of regarding throughout till up to via within worth

A conjunction is a word that connects other words, sentences, phrases or clauses There are 3 common conjunctions : Co-ordinating Conjunctions join individual words, phrases, and independent clauses Indonesia is rich but many people are hungry Subordinate Conjunction Join dependent clause and an independent clause Carotene is the substance in carrots that colors them orange Correlative Conjunctions always appear in pairs -- you use them to link equivalent sentence elements One male sperm has either an X or a Y chromosome

And
But Or Nor For Yet So

before
how if once since than that

where
whether while both

after
although as because

though
till until when

/ and not only / but also either / or neither / nor whether / or

Prepositions are connecting words. They connect nominals into a sentence. Prepositions are words like: on, over, to, from, about, for, against, with, between, etc. In general, a preposition glues a noun or pronoun into a sentence. That is, a preposition is only able to connect a noun element into a sentence.
Conjunctions are also connecting words, but they can do much more than a preposition. Conjunctions are words like: and, but, or, because, then, etc. In contrast to a preposition, a conjunction can connect any two like elements together in a sentence. Most notably, conjunctions have the ability to connect verbs together. This means that conjunctions can connect two sentences together.

sentence must at least has 1 subject and 1 verb Mary and Samantha arrived at the bus station before noon
Mary and Samantha arrived at the bus station before noon, but I didnt see them Because Mary and Samantha arrived at the bus station before noon, I did not see them at the station.