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TUGAS PENGGANTI TATAP MUKA 1 NAMA:

Part 1. Identify which part of the sentence is independent clause, and which part is dependent clause (write down below each given sentence). 1. The roof leaks whenever it rains.

2. Diana, who lives next to my house, is very wealthy.

3. Unless her parents accompany her, she never goes out at night.

4. He decided to go to work though he still felt sick.

5. That she is pretty is very obvious.

6. He completed his degree on time because he worked hard.

7. The teacher asked me what my name was.

8. I asked her which book I should take home.

9. The students had gone out before the bell rang.

10. She was a smart student so that she got a scholarship from the government.

Part 2. Write NC if the sentence consists of Noun Clause, AC if it consists of Adjective Clause, and ADC if it consists of an Adverb Clause at the left side of each sentence. 1. What he is talking about is very confusing. 2. If I had a million dollar, I would go traveling around the world. 3. I have no idea where he lives. 4. While he was walking home, he saw an accident.

5. I like the cake that she baked. 6. My question is why you have been lying to me. 7. My son cannot decide whether he will work or continue his studies. 8. Nobody knows whether she would come home soon. 9. I will invite him to our party tomorrow if I see him. 10. I will remember you as long as you live. Part 3. Write down 5 sentences (1-5) of Declarative Sentences; 5 sentences (6-10) of Interrogative Sentences; 5 sentences (11-15) of Imperative Sentences; and 5 sentences (16-20) of Exclamatory sentences! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

18. 19. 20. Part 4. Write C if the sentence is a compound sentence, and S if it is a simple sentence (write down at the left side of each sentence). 1. Some students like to study in the mornings. 2. My friends and I love to go to Myeongdong. 3. Berlian is a career woman, but Mustika is a house wife. 4. Alicia goes to the library and studies every day. 5. I learn to speak Korean, and my friend learns to speak Indonesian. 6. My husband was working, so I went shopping. 7. Dian, Gofar, and I swim and hike every day. 8. I am on a diet yet I really want a cookie. 9. He did not take the money, for it was not the right thing to do. 10. Help me unlock my door. Part 5. Please open Structure 2 book page 1.28. See Activity 3 and write down number 6 to 10 on the given space below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Part 6. Please open Structure 2 book page 1.28-9. See Activity 4 and write down number 1 to 5 on the given space below. 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. Part 7. Write X if the sentence is a complex sentence, and CC if it is a compound-complex sentence (write down at the left side of each sentence). 1. Although Rudy is a good athlete, he does not spend too much time in sports. 2. When he handed in his homework, he forgot to give the teacher the last page. 3. Juan and Maria went to the movies after they finished studying. 4. Even though he prefers to eat with a fork, he chooses to use chopsticks in Korean restaurants; however, they arent easy to use. 5. I usually use a pick whenever I play the guitar, or I just use my fingers. 6. Although he ate a really big dinner, now he wants to eat cake for dessert. 7. Ronys mother went to the store because its his birthday, and she bought him a present. 8. When he was younger, Randy had many dogs. 9. Whenever I feel sad, I choose a humorous book to read, but it never cheers me up. 10. Since that happened a long time ago, I would not hold it again.

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