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Passive Meet 20 Matakuliah: G0794/ Bahasa Inggris Tahun: 2007
Bina Nusantara By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: Students should be able to use pasive sentence Learning Outcomes
Bina Nusantara Reading Reading : 1. Longman page Additional Materials
Bina Nusantara Form of the Passive The form of the Passive BE + past participle ( By + Object)
Bina Nusantara Active and Passive meanings Active = The subject does the action of the verb. Passive = The Subject receives the action of the verb
Bina Nusantara Examples We mailed the package at the post office. The letter was mailed by us today before noon.
Bina Nusantara Exercises Study the examples skills
Bina Nusantara MATERI PENDUKUNG 1.http://www.learn4good.com/languages/t oefl/toefl_stan_test2.htmhttp://www.learn4good.com/languages/t oefl/toefl_stan_test2.htm 2.http://www.ets.org/ell/testpreparation/toefl/
Bina Nusantara Discussion Additional Resources (reading assignment) tm tm
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