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Contoh penggunaan gerund setelah "no", possessive adjective, dan kata kerja tertentu

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Apakah sahabat masih ingat apa itu gerund? Gerund adalah kata kerja (verb) yang ditambah ing (verb + ing) dan berfungsi sebagai kata benda (noun). Dengan kata lain gerund adalah kata kerja yang dibendakan/diubah menjadi kata benda dengan menambahkan "-ing".

Dalam kalimat bahasa Inggris, gerunds mempunyai peran sebagai:

  1. Gerunds as subject
  2. Gerunds as object
  3. Gerunds as subjective complement
  4. Gerunds as object of preposition
  5. Gerunds after word “NO”
  6. Gerunds after possessive adjective
  7. Gerunds after certain verbs
  8. Gerunds as appositive

Pada kesempatan kali ini saya akan memberikan contoh penggunaan gerund setelah "no", setelah possessive adjective, dan setelah verb tertentu. Berikut ini contoh-contoh kalimatnya:

Gerunds setelah "NO"

Dalam kalimat larangan, kita sering memakai kata “No” dan setelahnya biasanya diletakkan verb + ing yaitu gerunds. Contoh:

  • No Smoking
  • No parking in this area!

Gerunds setelah possessive adjective

Gerunds juga sering kita jumpai setelah possessive adjective. Misalnya:

  • Thanks for your coming.

Gerunds setelah kata kerja tertentu

Dalam bahasa Inggris, ada beberapa kata kerja tertentu yang bila kita ingin memasukan kata kerja sesudah kata kerja tersebut, maka kata kerja setelahnya harusnya berbentuk gerund atau verb + ing. Berikut ini daftar kata kerja-kata kerja tersebut beserta contoh kalimatnya:

  • Admit : He admitted cheating on the test.
  • Advise : The doctor generally advised drinking low-fat milk.
  • Allow : Ireland doesn't allow smoking in bars.
  • Anticipate : I anticipated arriving late.
  • Appreciate : I appreciated her helping me.
  • Avoid : He avoided talking to her.
  • Begin : I began learning Chinese.
  • can't bear : He can't bear having so much responsibility.
  • can't help : He can't help talking so loudly.
  • can't see : I can't see paying so much money for a car.
  • can't stand : He can't stand her smoking in the office.
  • Cease : The government ceased providing free healthcare.
  • Complete : He completed renovating the house.
  • Consider ; She considered moving to New York.
  • Continue : He continued talking.
  • Defend : The lawyer defended her making such statements.
  • Delay : He delayed doing his taxes.
  • Deny : He denied committing the crime.
  • Despise : She despises waking up early.
  • Discuss : We discussed working at the company.
  • Dislike : She dislikes working after 5 PM.
  • Mind : I don't mind helping you.
  • Dread : She dreads getting up at 5 AM.
  • Encourage : He encourages eating healthy foods.
  • Enjoy : We enjoy hiking.
  • Finish : He finished doing his homework.
  • forget : I forgot giving you my book.
  • hate : I hate cleaning the bathroom.
  • Imagine : He imagines working there one day.
  • Involve : The job involves traveling to Japan once a month.
  • Keep : She kept interrupting me.
  • Like : She likes listening to music.
  • Love : I love swimming.
  • Mention : He mentioned going to that college.
  • Miss : She misses living near the beach.
  • neglect : Sometimes she neglects doing her homework.
  • permit : California does not permit smoking in restaurants.
  • Postpone : He postponed returning to Paris.
  • Practice : She practiced singing the song.
  • Prefer : He prefers sitting at the back of the movie theater.
  • propose : I proposed having lunch at the beach.
  • quit : She quit worrying about the problem.
  • Recall : Tom recalled using his credit card at the store.
  • Recollect : She recollected living in Kenya.
  • Recommend : Tony recommended taking the train.
  • regret : She regretted saying that.
  • Remember : I remember telling her the address yesterday.
  • Report : He reported her stealing the money.
  • require : The certificate requires completing two courses.
  • Resent : Nick resented Debbie's being there.
  • Resist : He resisted asking for help.
  • Risk : He risked being caught.
  • Start : He started studying harder.
  • Stop : She stopped working at 5 o'clock.
  • Suggest : They suggested staying at the hotel.
  • Tolerate : I tolerated her talking.
  • Try : Sam tried opening the lock with a paperclip.
  • Understand : I understand his quitting.
  • Urge :They urge recycling bottles and paper

Semoga bermanfaat.

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She looked really ____ without make up.
He run the company very ____
I want to know how to do ____ on exams.
I want to be a ____ grammarian.
It is important to write a ____ cover letter for a job resume.
The service was ____
I think they are ____ mechanical engineers.
You plants will grow ____ in spring and fall.
They all can speak English ____
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Latihan soal gerunds

Before ....., he said nothing.
Rudi is accustomed to ..... a tie during his work.
..... a sharp axe, he cut down the tree easily
I was interested in ..... more about your work.
..... a new language can be very interesting.
My hobby is .....
..... his paper, he gave it to his teacher.
She gets used to ..... near the airport?
She always succeeded in ..... what she wanted.
By the time Ari and Zaki were in junior high, they started ..... down their own stories.