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Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WOULD

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WOULD

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WOULD

 There are some Auxiliary Modals in English we have to know when we study about sentence. However, in this occasion we will only study Modal “WOULD”. In this case we will study Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WOULD so that we will be familiar to this auxiliary. (Also study : Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MUST)

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 Before studying about the function and its examples, it is better we study the pattern or the form of sentence using Modal WOULD. As other auxiliary modals, the pattern of Modal WOULD is able to be shown as below:

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( + )  Subject + Would + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • We would play football.
  • They would study together.
  • Jack would go to Makkah.

( – )  Subject + Would + not + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • We would not play football.
  • They would not study together.
  • Jack would not go to Makkah.

NOTE :

  • She would not come here = She wouldn’t come here.
  • Bambang would not attend the meeting = Bambang wouldn’t attend the meeting.

 ( ? ) Would + Subject + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • Would we play football?
  • Would they study together?
  • Would Jack go to Makkah?

Below is the explanation about Function and Example of Auxiliary Modal WOULD

The Function of Modal WOULD

There are some functions of Auxiliary Modal “WOULD” that is able to be studied, they are: (Also study other material in Indonesian version at : Fungsi dan Generic Structure Report Text) read more

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal SHALL

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal SHALL

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal SHALL

 There are some Auxiliary Modals in English we have to know when we study about sentence. However, in this occasion we will only study Modal “SHALL”. In this case we will study Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal SHALL so that we will be familiar to this auxiliary. (Also study : Example of Simple Present Tense)

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 Before studying about the function and its examples, it is better we study the pattern or the form of sentence using Modal SHALL. As other auxiliary modals, the pattern of Modal MUST is able to be shown as below:

A. The Pattern

( + )  Subject + Shall + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

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Example :

  • We shall finish our work on time.
  • We shall invite them on our wedding party.
  • I shall meet him on Monday.
  • I shall borrow some books from the library.

NOTE : SHALL can be shortened to ‘LL

Example :

  • We shall buy a new motorcycle. = We’ll buy a new motorcycle.
  • I shall go abroad. = I’ll go abroad.

( – )  Subject + Shall + not + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • We shall not finish our work on time.
  • We shall not invite them on our wedding party.
  • I shall not meet him on Monday.
  • I shall not borrow some books from the library.

NOTE : SHALL NOT can be changed to SHAN’T

Example :

  • We shall not buy a new motorcycle. = We shan’t buy a new motorcycle.
  • I shall not go abroad. = I shan’t go abroad.

( ? ) Shall + Subject + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Contoh :

  • Shall we finish our work on time?
  • Shall we invite them on our wedding party?
  • Shall I meet him on Monday.
  • Shall I borrow some books from the library.

Below is the explanation about Function and Example of Auxiliary Modal SHALL. (Also read other article at : Remember beautiful memory)

B. The Function of Modal SHALL

There are some functions of Auxiliary Modal “SHALL” that is able to be studied, they are: read more

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MUST

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MUST

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MUST

 There some Auxiliary Modals in English we have to know when we study about sentence. However, in this occasion we will only study Modal “MUST”. In this case we will study Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MUST so that we will be familiar to this auxiliary. (Also see : Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MAY)

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 Before studying about the function and its examples, it is better we study the pattern or the form of sentence using Modal MUST. As other auxiliary modals, the pattern of Modal MUST is able to be shown as below:

( + )  Subject + Must + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

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Example :

  • We must come on time.
  • They may study together.
  • Jack may go to the office.

 ( – )  Subject + Must + not + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • We must not come on time.
  • They must not study together.
  • Jack must go to the office.

NOTE : MUST not can changed to MUSTN’T

Example :

  • We must not come on time. = We mustn’t come on time.
  • They must not study together. = They mustn’t study together.

( ? ) Must + Subject + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • Must we come on time?
  • Must they study together?
  • Must Jack go to the office?

Below is the explanation about Function and Example of Auxiliary Modal MUST

The Function of Modal MUST

There are some functions of Auxiliary Modal “MUST” that is able to be studied, they are:

1. To show that you have to do something, for example because it is very important or because it is a rule read more

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MAY

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MAY

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MAY

 There some Auxiliary Modals in English we have to know when we study about sentence. However, in this occasion we will only study Modal “MAY”. In this case we will study Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MAY so that we will be familiar to this auxiliary. (also study : Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WILL)

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 Before studying about the function and its examples, it is better we study the pattern or the form of sentence using Modal MAY. As other auxiliary modals, the pattern of Modal MAY is able to be shown as below:

Pattern of Modal MAY

( + )  Subject + May + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

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Example :

  • We may play football.
  • They may study together.
  • Jack may go to Makkah.

 ( – )  Subject + May + not + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • We may not play football.
  • They may not study together.
  • Jack may not go to Makkah.

( ? ) May + Subject + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • May we play football?
  • May they study together?
  • May Jack go to Makkah?

Below is the explanation about Function and Example of Auxiliary Modal MAY

The Function of Modal MAY

There are some functions of Auxiliary Modal “MAY” that is able to be studied, they are:

1.  To show possibility (it is slightly stronger than “might”)

Example :

  • What he said may be true.
  • It may rain.
  • You may win the race.
  • I may go to the bank after this meeting.

2.  To request or give permission (this is a formal use, “can” is the informal version)

Example :

  • You may sit down.
  • May I speak?
  • He may not use the car.
  • May I go to the office?

“That’s all the material of Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MAY we can share for this occasion. We hope the material about Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal MAY above can improve our understanding about English, especially about auxiliary modal MAY. (study other material in Indonesian version at : Fungsi dan Rumus Modal WILL) read more

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WILL

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WILL

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WILL

 There some Auxiliary Modals in English we have to know when we study about sentence. However, in this occasion we will only study Modal “WILL”. In this case we will study Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal WILL so that we will be familiar to this auxiliary. (also study : Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal COULD)

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 Before studying about the function and its examples, it is better we study the pattern or the form of sentence using Modal WILL. As other auxiliary modals, the pattern of Modal WILL is able be shown as below:

( + )  Subject + Will + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

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Example :

  • We will play football.
  • They will study together.
  • Jack will go to Makkah.

( – )  Subject + Will + not + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • We will not play football.
  • They will not study together.
  • Jack will not go to Makkah.

NOTE :

The word “WILL NOT” is able to be written in “WON’T”

Examples:

  • She will not come here = She won’t come here.
  • Bambang will not attend the meeting = Bambang won’t attend the meeting.

 ( ? ) Will + Subject + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

  • Will we play football?
  • Will they study together?
  • Will Jack go to Makkah?

Below is the explanation about Function and Example of Auxiliary Modal WILL

The Function of Modal WILL

There are some functions of Auxiliary Modal “WILL” that is able to be studied, they are: read more

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal COULD

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal COULD

Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal COULD

 There some Auxiliary Modals in English we have to know when we study about sentence. However, in this occasion we will only study Modal “COULD”. In this case we will study Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal COULD so that we will be familiar to this auxiliary. (also learn : Function and Pattern of Auxiliary Modal CAN)

 Before studying about the function and its examples, it is better we study the pattern or the form of sentence using Modal COULD. As other auxiliary modals, the pattern of Modal COULD is able be shown as below:

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( + )  Subject + Could + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

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Example :

She could play guitar.

They can stay here.

 ( – )  Subject + Could + not + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

She could not play guitar.

They could not stay here.

 ( ? ) Could + Subject + infinitive (verb 1) + Complement

Example :

Could she play guitar?

Could they stay here?

Below is the explanation about Function and Example of Auxiliary Modal COULD

The Function of Modal COULD

There are some functions of Auxiliary Modal “COULD” that is able to be studied, they are: read more

Function Causative Verbs

Function Causative Verbs

Function Causative Verbs

 After discussing about Causative Verbs Have and Get in previous post, in this occasion we will continue our discussing about causative verbs, it is about Function Causative Verbs. As we know that Causative Verbs are used to talk about having something done by someone else (third person) or we want something to be done by somebody else.

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 Although we have studied about causative verbs Have and Get, however, actually there are other verbs as causative, they are Let, Make and Help. So, here are we discussing all of causative verbs. They are causative verbs: Let, Make, Have, Get, Help. In this case we are discussing about How We Use Causative Verbs. Here we discuss about the use and the pattern of every verb in causative.

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The topics about Function Causative Verbs

 Here are some verbs of causative and how causative verbs work in English sentences.

LET = PERMIT SOMETHING TO HAPPEN

The Pattern

Let + Person/Thing + Verb1 (base verb)

Examples:

We don’t let our kids watch violent movies.

Nancy’s father won’t let her adopt a puppy because he’s allergic to dogs. read more

Causative Verbs Have and Get

Causative Verbs Have and Get

Causative Verbs Have and Get

 In this occasion we want to share grammar session that is Causative Verbs Have and Get. We use a causative verb when we want to talk about something that someone else did for us or for another person. It means that the subjects did not do the action themselves, however the subject caused the action to happen by someone else. Maybe they paid, or asked, or persuaded the other person to do it. For example, we can say:

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I took the shirt. (This means that I took it myself).

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If I asked someone to take the shirt, of course I can say:

A shopkeeper took the shirt.

But, another way is to use a causative construction. So I can also say:

I had the shirt took.

In a sense, using a causative verb is similar to using a passive. The important thing is that the shirt is now taken. We don’t focus on who did the taking.

For complete information about Causative Verbs Have and Get, in this material we will divide it into two main topics, they are “have or get something done” and “have or get someone do something”. So let’s go to the topics. read more

Pattern Function Future Perfect Tense

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”

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Using “WILL”

 (+) Subject + will + have + Verb3

Examples:

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You will have learned a few words.

She will have decorated her home.

I will have bought a computer.

They will have shifted to a new home.

(-) Subject + will + not + have + Verb3

Examples :

You will not have learned a few words.

She will not have decorated her home.

I will not have bought a computer.

They will not have shifted to a new home.

(?) Will + Subject + have + Verb3 + ?

Examples :

Will you have learned a few words?

Will she will have decorated her home?

Will I have bought a computer?

Will they have shifted to a new home?

Using “BE GOING TO”

 (+) Subject + am/is/are + going + to + have + Verb3 read more