#EngQuiz: guess the parts of speech!

I hope you still remember ‘parts of speech’ (jenis kata) because this is what the #EngQuiz is about. Read more: parts of speech.

RULES

  1. So I will give 5 sentences (all numbered) in which in each sentence there will be 1 word that’s put in brackets.
  2. You have to read ALL sentences first & give the answers all in only ONE TWEET after I finish giving all the sentences.
  3. What you need to do is to guess what part of speech is the word(s) in the brackets. Here’s one example…

Question: 1) “I (love) you.”

Answer: 1) verb.

Remember, answer all the questions in only ONE TWEET.

QUESTIONS

  1. “How did (you) learn English?”
  2. “Thanks (for) the book the other day.”
  3. “He’s never (been) here before.”
  4. “Do you have any (idea) what to do this weekend?”
  5. “They’ve been (recently) involved in some projects.”

ANSWERS

@sitisriutami: 1.pronoun 2.preposition 3.verb 4.noun 5.adverb

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on February 11, 2013

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