According to function pronouns are distinguished as follows:
1. Pronouns man, is a word that replaces people. The pronoun there are three kinds, namely:
a. First person pronoun
→ single me, I
→ plural us, we
b. Second-person pronoun
→ single you, you, you, brother, father
→ plural you
c. Third person
→ single him, he, he, his
→ their plural
2. pronouns belong, is the pronoun that is used behind the noun that states ownership.
Example: My book borrowed.
His paintings are very nice.
3. pronoun pointer, is the pronoun to indicate something. Examples pronoun pointer: it is
Example: The closet was very large.
This month he will leave.
4. pronoun liaison, is the pronoun that serves as a liaison in the sentence.
Example: a large house that now has been sold.
The friendly girl liked her friends.
5. The pronoun questioner, is the word used to ask questions or ask people, objects,
the nature, circumstances, waktun or place.
Example: Where did you save my book?
Who occupies grandmother's house?
Why did not he come?
6. indefinite pronoun. For example, whoever.
1. Sentence question Clarification and Confirmation
The meaning of the sentence asked for clarification (affirmation) and interrogative sentence
confirmation (purification) is submitted to the interrogative sentence
others for the purpose of confirming and clarifying issues
previously known by his pen. Interrogative sentence is not requested
explanation, but only require an answer justification or otherwise
in the form of words yes or no and true or not true.
Example sentence asked for clarification:
1. Is it true that you are leading your research?
2. Is it true that these items belong to you?
3. So true issues regarding your discharge from the Project Management?
4. Is it true that there will be an earthquake in Jakarta, sir?
Examples of interrogative sentence confirmation:
1. Do you have a close relationship with the defendant?
2. What father had received my letter of resignation?
3. Is this your car keys?
4. What is the day that you go with him?
2. Sentence Rhetorical Questions
Rhetorical interrogative sentence is interrogative sentence that does not require
answer or immediate response. Rhetorical interrogative sentence is usually used
in speeches, sermons, or speeches. Rhetorical question raised by
assortment of intent in accordance with the subject. Question
rhetorical aims to encourage, inspire the hearts, motivate,
give awareness, and so on to the audience or listener.
Example sentences rhetorically:
1. Do we have the heart to let them starve?
2. Is our fate will be changed without any effort?
3. How could God sends down sustenance for those lazy?
4. Where are we when they beg for help?
5. Where there are honest officers in crazy times like this?
6. Have we tried to start from ourselves?
7. Who will be responsible for the nation's morale if
3. Sentence Tanya Camouflage
Interrogative sentence disguised intention is a question form
which refers to the variety of the intent. With covert interrogative sentence,
requester can deliver a variety of purposes such as, pleading, asking,
quipped, let, invite, confirmed, approved, evocative,
prohibit, enjoin, and so forth.
1. Purpose ask:
- May I know your name?
- Can you help me?
2. Objective invites:
- Why do not you participate in science competitions between schools?
- Can you accompany me to the party tonight?
3. The purpose of begging:
- Are you willing to accept my application?
- Will you lend me your bike?
4. Purpose told:
- Why do not you go to school now?
- Would you like to make a sponge cake?
5. The purpose of seducing:
- When can I invite you for a walk?
- So it was you treat me eat today?
6. Purpose quipped:
- What no one is more stupid than you?
- Here's how you thank?
7. Objective refute:
- What is this way all the problems can be completed?
- What if we look for another way?
8. The purpose of convincing:
- Should I swear in front of you?
- What has been the words I just pepesan empty?
9. The purpose of approving:
- There is no reason to be rejected, is not it?
- What deserve this I ignore?