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Keep Looking Rainbow

Keep Looking Rainbow

Keep Looking Rainbow

Keep Looking Rainbow

Rainbow

I like to see you

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Although you make me feel ashamed

Cause you remind the memory of the past

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Someone who used to hug me

I am an admirer of your color

You dance in the sky

I enjoy the flavors you bring

Giving god as consolation

(Also read : Father Inspires Life Lesson)

You arise after the sky drizzles

Drizzling in your charms

As if the world stopped

So I can enjoy your colors

(Also read other article at : Valuable Learning From Sacrifice)

You come when it rains

To complement the existing loneliness

And you leave when the rain stops

To accompany his loneliness

(Also read other article at : Contoh Soal Auxiliary Modal Will)

Why you just perfect for a while?

While I want to keep looking

Is there a little time?

To feel the joy for a moment?

 That’s all the poem about Keep Looking Rainbow that we can share to all our beloved readers. We hope that the poem about Keep Looking for Rainbow above can be used as our reflection. (Also read other poem in Indonesian version at : Seharusnya Setan Tidak Boleh Tahu) 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

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

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.

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Future Perfect Continuous Tense with “Will”

(+) Subject + will + have + been + verb1 + ing + complement

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Examples:

They will have been watching television.

She will have been working in this office.

It will have been raining.

(-) Subject + will + not + have + been + verb1 + ing + complement

Examples:

They will not have been watching television.

She will not have been working in this office.

It will not have been raining.

(?) Will + subject + have + been + verb1 + ing + complement + ?

Examples:

Will they have been watching television?

Will she have been working in this office? read more

Past future perfect tense

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.

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The Pattern of Past future perfect tense

By using Verb

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(+) 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 years ago.

(-) S + would/should + not + have + V3

   She would not have shouted, but I couldn’t.

   I would have married her if i had become an engineer                     three years ago.

(?) Would/should + S + have + V3

   Would she have shouted, but I couldn’t.

 I would have married her if i had become an engineer                      three years ago.

Without using Verb read more

Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense

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The function of Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense

 Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense is used to express an action or imaginary situation that would have been happening in the past. The verb of Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense is in progress at a certain point or during certain periods in the past. Past Future Perfect Continuous Tenses are suppositions or assumptions, referring to the actors in the sentence just assumed the sentence stated by it.

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 Actually, Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense is rarely being used in daily life, however, there is no mistake if we know it.

Examples:

  • He would have been waiting for me for 3 hours at 10 p.m. yesterday, but he had gone at 9 p.m.
  • She would have been working at that company for 3 years by the end of last year if she didn’t get an accident.

 

The Pattern of Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense

There are two patterns of Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense, they are:

A.   By using Verb

The Pattern:

(+) S + Would/Should + Have + Been + Verb-ing + Complement

  • My boyfriend would have been giving flower at this hour yesterday morning.
  • I would have been driving my car to Los Angles for a day last week.

(-) S + Would/Should + Not + Have + Been + Verb-ing + Complement

  • My boyfriend would not have been giving flower at this hour yesterday morning.
  • I would not have been driving my car to Los Angles for a day last week.

(?) Would/Should + S + Have + Been + Verb-ing + Complement

  • Would your boyfriend have been giving flower at this hour yesterday morning?
  • Would you have been driving my car to Los Angles for a day last week?

B.   Without using verb (Nominal form) read more

Function of Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Past Perfect Continuous

  Function of Past Perfect Continuous Tense. After sharing about Past Perfect Tense in the previous post, this time I want to continue sharing about kind of Tense. In this case I want to share about Past Perfect Continuous Tense.

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 While talking about Past Perfect Continuous Tense, it means that we are talking about an action that started before the past and continued until the past action. And for the complete discussion, let’s go to the following pattern and function of Past perfect continuous Tense.

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The Pattern of Past perfect continuous Tense

( + ) Subject + had + been + Ving

  Randy had been doing his homework.

 They had been discussing their plan.

( – )  Subject + had + not + been + Ving

   Randy had not been doing his homework.

 They had not been discussing their plan. read more

The Function of Present perfect continuous Tense

Present perfect continuous Tense

 The Function of Present perfect continuous Tense. After sharing about Present Perfect Tense in the previous post, now I want to continue sharing about grammar. In this case I want to share about Present Perfect Continuous Tense.

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 When we are talking about Present Perfect Continuous Tense, it means that we are talking about an action that started in the past and continued until recently or that continue into the future.

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 For the complete information, let’s go to the following pattern and function of Present Perfect Continuous Tense 

Pattern

( + ) Subject + has/have + been + Ving

   Dandy has been doing his homework.

 We have been discussing our plan.

( – ) Subject + has/have + not + been + Ving read more

The Pattern of Passive and Active Voice

Active and Passive Voice

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  The Pattern of Passive and Active Voice. When we talk about the passive voice, there is no doubt we will also talk about the active voice. So below we will share about active and passive voice.

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The use of Active and Passive Voice

We use the active form to say what the subject does. For example:

  • I speak English every day at work.
  • I repaired the flat tire on the car.
  • read more

    Pattern and Function Past perfect Tense

    Past Perfect Tense

      Pattern and Function Past perfect Tense. In the previous post I have shared about, present perfect tense and simple past tense, so now I want to share another tense in English. It is about Past perfect Tense.

    Let’s study

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    Pattern

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    ( + ) Subject + had + V3

       Dandy had done his homework.

     We had discussed our plan.

    ( – )  Subject + had + not + V3

       Dandy had not done his homework.

     We had not discussed our plan.

    ( ? ) Had + Subject + V3

       Had Dandy done his homework?

     Had we discussed our plan?

    Function

    1. We use the past perfect tense to talk about what happened before a point in the past. It looks back from a point in the past to further in the past.

    I hadn’t known the bad news when I spoke to him.

    I checked with the supplier and they still hadn’t received the contract.

    She had already told him before I got a chance to give him my version.

    The company had started the year well but was badly hit by the postal strike.

    1. The past perfect tense is often used when we report what people had said/thought/believe

    He told me they had already paid the bill. read more

    Explanation about Present Perfect Tense

    Explanation about Present Perfect Tense

    Present Perfect

    Explanation about Present Perfect Tense

     After sharing about Simple Present Tense in the previous post, now I want to continue sharing about grammar. In this case I want to share an Explanation about Present Perfect Tense. For complete information, let’s go to the following explanation. (Also read : The function of Simple Present Tense)

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    Pattern

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    ( + ) Subject + has/have + V3

       Dandy has done his homework.

      We have discussed our plan.

    ( – )  Subject + has/have + not + V3

        Dandy has not done his homework.

      We have not discussed our plan.

    ( ? ) Has/Have + Subject + V3

        Has Dandy done his homework?

      Have we discussed our plan?

    Note:           “has” is used for subject He, She, It.

    have” is used for subject I, You, We, They.

    Usage

     We use the present perfect when we want to look back from the present to the past. We can use it to look back on the recent past. (Also read other article at : Hujan Yang Membawa Kenangan) read more