KALIMAT PRONOUN DAN KALIMAT ADJECTIVE

Pronoun dalam bahasa Indonesia memiliki arti “kata ganti”. Pronoun membantu kita untuk tidak adanya pengulangan dalam tulisan maupun pembicaraan.

Pronoun yang berposisi sebagai subjek yang sering digunakan adalah :
I
You
They
We
He
She
It

Pronoun yang berposisi sebagai subjek yang sering digunakan adalah :
Me
You
Them
Us
Him
Her

Possesive Pronoun : untuk menyatakan kepemilikan :
Mine                : Milikku
Yours              : Milikmu
Ours                : Milik kita
Theirs              : Milik mereka
His                   : Miliknya (laki2)
Hers                 : Miliknya (pr)

Pronoun yang berposisi sebagai penguat informasi (Reflexive) yang sering digunakan adalah :
Myself             : diri saya sendiri
Yourself          : dirimu sendiri
Themselves      : diri mereka sendiri
Ourselves        : diri kita sendiri
Himself           : dirinya sendiri (laki2)
Herself            : dirinya sendiri (pr)

Contoh kalimat pronoun:

  1. You are so beautiful for me.
  2. Yohana buy a cake for herself.
  3. Betty change her cloth and be prepare to go with her boyfriend.
  4. He loves everything about us.
  5. Mario and John have a new handphone for themself.
  6. My heart will always be Yours.
  7. We can do anything when together.
  8. We should try the new meal in their restaurant.
  9. Green is his favorite color.
  10. It is done.

 

Adjective adalah kata yang mendeskripsikan sifat dari noun (kata benda) atau pronoun (kata ganti).

 

Contoh kalimat adjective:

  1. The women who gives us a homework is my mother.
  2. I was born in the city that so popular in the entire world.
  3. The young women who use the new car is our friend.
  4. The house where we lived is very old house.
  5. February 14 th is the day when people celebrate valentine’s day.
  6. An orphan is a child who has lost both parents.
  7. I still remember the day when I graduate.
  8. The man who wrote this article is my teacher.
  9. SNSD is Korean girlband that Cloe likes.
  10. The blind beggar who stands infront of the Church can see now.

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