Find out the correct part of speech (Noun, Verb, adjective or Adverb) of the following underlined words.

Find out the correct part of speech (Noun, Verb, adjective or Adverb) of the following underlined words.

  • Do you want to come to the playground with us?

The underlined word is an adverb of place. It tells the place to come with them.

  • Mandy was so happy Shinta skipped down the street.

The underlined word is a verb. It shows an action (skip down).

  • We hung shiny decorations on our Christmas tree.

The underlined word is an adjective. It describes the appearance of the noun “decoration”.

  • Please get me a bunch of ripe bananas when you go to the store.

The underlined word is a noun. It names of fruit (ripe bananas).

  • Jalen’s dad sings loudly in the shower.

The underlined word is an adverb. It describes how Jalen’s dad sings.

  • Alex choked on his food because he ate so fast.

The underlined word is a verb.  It expresses the action of the subject (Alex).

  • Did you finish your homework yet?

The underlined word is a noun. It refers to a task or duty of school.

  • We’re having pizza for dinner tonight.

The underlined word is an adverb. It describes when having pizza for dinner.

  • Emily has to clean her messy room before Shinta goes out.

The underlined word is an adjective. It describes the appearance of Emily’s room.

  1. Grace wants to go shopping tomorrow.

The underlined word is an adverb. It describes when Grace wants to go shopping.

Choose the right modal verbs in brackets

  • Shinta looks pretty sick. I think. She (can/should) go to a doctor.

She should go to a doctor artinya dia harus pergi ke dokter. Should untuk memberi suggestion (saran) atau advice (nasehat).

  • The man has been driving all day. He (must/should) be exhausted!

He must be exhausted artinya dia pasti kelelahan. Must is to indicate the probable correctness of a statement.

  • You (can’t/shouldn’t) smoke so much. It’s bad for your health.

You shouldn’t smoke so much artinya Kamu seharusnya tidak merokok begitu banyak. Should diikuti not digunakan untuk memberi suggestion (saran) atau advice (nasehat).

  • Hey I’m lost. (Should/Can) you help me?

Can you help me? artinya bisakah kamu membantuku? Can digunakan untuk menyatakan ability (kemampuan).

  • You have such a beautiful voice. You (should/can) sing for us!

You should sing for us! artinya Kamu harus bernyanyi untuk Kami! Should untuk memberi suggestion (saran) atau advice (nasehat).

  • I know he speaks five languages, but (should/can) he speak Arabic?

I know he speaks five languages, but can he speak Arabic? artinya Aku tahu dia berbicara dalam lima bahasa, tapi bisakah dia berbicara bahasa Arab? Can digunakan untuk menyatakan ability (kemampuan).

  • That looks very expensive. It (must/should) have cost a fortune!

It must have cost a fortune! artinya Pasti harganya mahal! Must is to indicate the probable correctness of a statement.

  • I (can’t/shouldn’t) believe that you failed your test!

I can’t believe that you failed your test! artinya Aku tidak percaya bahwa Kamu gagal dalam ujianmu! Can diikuti not digunakan untuk menyatakan ketidakmampuan.

  • I’m on my way. I (should/can) be there in about 10 minutes.

I can be there in about 10 minutes artinya Aku bisa berada di sana sekitar 10 menit. Can digunakan untuk menyatakan ability (kemampuan).

  1. I (can’t/shouldn’t) afford that. 

I can’t afford that artinya Aku tidak mampu. Can diikuti not digunakan untuk menyatakan ketidakmampuan.

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