Adverb of Frequency and Number pada Simple Present Tense

Soal Simple Present Tense

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Adverb of Frequency and Adverb of Number

Simple present tense terkadang menggunakan adverb of frequency untuk menunjukkan seberapa sering suatu kegiatan terjadi. 

Adverb of frequency antara lain:

  • always (selalu)
  • often (sering)
  • usually (biasanya)
  • sometimes (kadang-kadang)
  • seldom (jarang)
  • never (tidak pernah)

Contoh Simple Present Tense dengan Adverb of Frequency:

  • I always eats hygiene food to avoid stomach ache. (Saya selalu makan makanan higienis untuk mengindari sakit perut.)
  • She never sheds a tear in front of us. (Dia tidak pernah meneteskan air mata di depan kita.)

Adverb of number juga dapat digunakan untuk menunjukkan habitual action (kebiasaan). Contoh kata keterangan ini antara lain:

  • 3 days a week (3 hari per minggu)
  • twice a month (dua kali sebulan)
  • 8 hours a day (8 jam per hari)
  • every day (setiap hari)
  • every month (setiap bulan)
  • two times a week (dua kali seminggu)

Contoh Simple Present Tense dengan Adverb of Number:

  • I do the exercise three times a week to gain my muscle mass. (Saya melakukan latihan tersebut tiga kali seminggu untuk meningkatkan masa otot.)
  • That flowers need to be watered everyday. (Bunga-bunga itu perlu disiram setiap hari.)

Soal Simple Present Tense

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Table of Contents:

  1. Simple Present Tense
  2. Wh- Question dengan Simple Present Tense
  3. Passive Voice: Simple Present Tense
  4. Adverb pada Simple Present Tense

Related Posts:

Semoga bermanfaat dan mohon maaf jika ada kekurangan.

References:

  1. Simple Present Tense. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/tenses/simple_present.htm. Accessed on September 30, 2012.
  2. Present Simple Tense. http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verb-tenses_present.htm. Accessed on September 30, 2012.
  3. Simple Present Tense. http://www.learnenglish.de/grammar/tensesimpres.htm. Accessed on September 30, 2012.
  4. Simple Present. http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/simplepresent.html. Accessed on September 30, 2012.

Posted by Wilma Yulia

2 thoughts on “Adverb of Frequency and Number pada Simple Present Tense”

  1. Hello kak Wilma,

    I have several questions.

    1. I usually find some people post in their social media like “Everything is gone” and “I’m so blessed” are those such correct tense? Cause according to your tenses posts, I cant even recognize one that similar to your tense.

    2. When is the perfect time to use be (is, am, are) in simple present? Example, which is correct, is it “I’m really glad” or “I really glad” and “I’m appreciate you” or “I appreciate you” ? Sometimes, I can’t even distinguish which is adjective or verb.

    3. Could you give me some tips (step by step) how to learn English in the best way?

    Anyway, apologize for my bad grammar. I’m not even more than a beginner, I just think english will be easier, If we use it in usual conversation. Thank you for your response kak, I’ve been following your site since 3 days ago and it works so good to me :)

    1. Hello Caka,

      1. The verb “is” and “am” (linking verb) are in the simple present tense form [S + V-1 (main verb)]. If the main verb is a linking verb, it would be followed by a subject complement —> S + V-1 (linking verb) + subject complement (noun/pronoun/adjective/other construction acting as an adjective/noun). “Gone” and “blessed” = adjective.

      2. Transitive verbs are always followed by direct objects, while intransitive verbs may be modified by adverbs or adjectives. Words ending with -ate are usually verbs :B so “appreciate” is a verb. Learn present and past participles — we often use them as adjectives. The word “glad” is one of the frequently used adjectives. I think you need to memorize some common adjectives.

      3. hmmmmmm…. set your goals, create a mind map to see the “big picture” of English, learn from reliable sources (online and/or offline).. :)

      You’re not alone.. I only a person with limited English proficiency.. =”)
      Thanks for coming. I’m very happy you’ve followed my site and found it useful, sorry for my late reply.. :)

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