• Grammar

    Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense

    Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense         As the title Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense, in this session we will discuss about the material of the pattern, the function, time signal and the examples of Future Perfect Tense in grammar category, so let’s to the discussion as below. (also see : The Pattern and Function of Future Tense) Material of Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense The Pattern of Future Perfect Tense         There are two pattern of future perfect tense. They are using “WILL” and “BE GOING TO” Using “WILL”  (+) Subject + will + have + Verb3 Examples: You will have learned a few words.…

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    Difference between Hope and Wish

    Difference between Hope and Wish         After discussing about expression of hope or wish and response in the previous post (in Speaking category) in which it discusses almost about the similar about hope and wish. Now it’s the time for us to discuss about the difference between hope and wish.         Although in the previous post it was mentioned that the function of “hope” and “wish” is used to express about the about expectation that someone want something to happen (see: Expression of Hope or Wish and Its Response), however, actually both them has difference. So the difference between hope and wish can be…

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    Future Perfect Continuous Tense

    Future Perfect Continuous Tense         In this occasion we would like to share grammar session entitled ”Future Perfect Continuous Tense”. There three main parts we want discuss, they are the pattern, the function and the examples of Future Perfect Continuous Tense. Let’s go discussing about Future Perfect Continuous Tense: The Pattern of Future Perfect Continuous Tense         Future Perfect Continuous Tense has two different forms: “will have been doing ” and “be going to have been doing.” Unlike Simple Future forms, Future Perfect Continuous forms are usually interchangeable. Future Perfect Continuous Tense with “Will” (+) Subject + will + have + been + verb1…

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    Function of Ordinal Number

    Function of Ordinal Number         As we know the previous post entitled “Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number that the Function of Ordinal Number is to show (tell) about the position or order of something or someone in a list or an order or a distribution, in this occasion we want to share about the function of ordinal number by implementing in daily usage  Before implementing the function of ordinal number, below is list of some Ordinal Numbers 1st = first 2nd = second 3rd = third 4th = fourth 5th = fifth 6th = sixth 7th = seventh 8th = eighth 9th = ninth 10th =…

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    Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number

    Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number Difference between Cardinal and Ordinal Number Cardinal Number         A Cardinal Number is a number that shows (says) quantity or how many of something or someone. Examples: One book (it means there is a book). Two pens (it means that the quantity of pens is two). Three boxes of eggs (it means that there are three boxes of eggs). Four glasses of water (it means that the quantity of water is four glasses) Five girls (it means that the quantity of girls is five). Six boys (it means that the quantity of boys is six). Ordinal Number        …

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    Pattern Past Future Tense

    Pattern Past Future Tense         Talking about Pattern Past Future Tense or Simple Past Future Tense is actually not only the pattern itself but also about the function and the examples of it. So in this occasion I will share about Pattern Past Future Tense, the function and the examples Past Future Tense. The Function of Past Future Tense         Past Future is used to express the idea that in the past we thought something would happen in the future. It does not matter if we are correct or not. Past Future Tense follows the basic rules of “Would” or “was/were going to”. “Would”…

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    Function of Past Future Continuous Tense

     The Function of Past Future Continuous Tense. For continuing sharing about grammar, in this occasion I want to share about Past Future Continuous Tense. In this case I want to discuss about the function or purpose or usage, the pattern, time signal and the examples of Past Future Continuous Tense. Below is the information. The Function of Past Future Continuous Tense         Past Future Continuous Tense is used to express about the idea’ that in the past action/event was predicted, planned, promised, expected or obliged to be happening (being continued) in a certain period in the past future, or while simultaneously another action/event…

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    Past future perfect tense

     Past Future Perfect Tense. Actually Past future perfect tense is rarely used in daily conversations. However, by sharing this, it is expected to assist students to understand and comprehend about Past future perfect tense.  so here I want to share about the pattern and the function or usage of Past future perfect tense. The Pattern of Past future perfect tense By using Verb (+) S + would/should + have + V3         She would have shouted, but I couldn’t.         I would have married her if i had become an engineer                    three…