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Hi hi there, see ya again.

Today I re-learn about “comparison”, I said as re-learn .. because I’ve been taught about this so many years before. Today I study it again, need to make sure that I won’t forget the rules to make an adjective as a comparative adjective.

I am trying to make a simple way to improve my english by writing what I’ve been learn then put it into a power point, please find it in this link : download

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I am trying to improve my English skill. Since I worked for Japanese, my grammar totally broke and I made a lot ugly mistakes in my English conversation.

Soon I will finish my master degree, so I will have a lot time to study English. My target is to learn English everyday, so I can improve it day by day.

Today, I was searching English on lesson at the internet, and I found an interesting grammar lesson.

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Jika diletakkan di depan kalimat, kata none (tidak ada/tak satu pun) dapat diikuti oleh singular atau plural verb. Hal ini ditentukan oleh bentuk noun yang langsung mengikuti kata none tersebut.

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GERUND adalah kata kerja yang digunakan atau berfungsi sebagai kata benda. Atau dapat juga dikatakan bahwa gerund adalah kata kerja yang dibendakan.

FORM: INFINITIVE (KATA BENDA) + ING

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Bedanya kalo despite ama in spite of itu diikutin ama kata benda: in spite of/despite the scorching sun, many activists were still present in front of the main gate of the grand building of the house of the representatives.

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Yeah, we know. Just the name makes you not want to read any more, right? Right!

Actually, I bet you know a lot of subordinating conjunctions already. Just look at these examples:

Examples of subordinating conjunctions

* that = bahwa
* if = jika
* although = walau
* because = karena
* while = ketika, sementara
* since = sejak, karena
* after = setelah
* before = sebelum
* when = ketika
* where = dimana, padahal
* how = bagaimana, berapa
* whether = apakah, kalau, atau
* in that = karena

You already know all or most of these words, right?

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Quantifiers are words that tell us how many of something we have. For example, in these sentences, the first words (the ones that look like this) are quantifiers:

* One of the cars is red.
* Two of the cars are red.
* Half of the cars are red.
* Some of the cars are red.
* All of the cars are red.
* Each of the cars is red.
* Enough of the cars are red.
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