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AFIFAH CAHYANINGTYAS

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

The children stopped chatering as Miss Hughes entered the classroom.


The children (Subject)
stopped chattering (Pradicate)
as Miss hughes entered the classroom (adverb of time)

Then they stood up as one body and said in a loud chorus: Good morning,
Teacher
Then (conjunction)
they (Subject)
stood up (Predicate 1)
as one body (adverb of manner)
and (conjunction)
said (Predicate 2)
in a loud chorus (adverb of manner)
good morning (greeting)

Miss Hughes smiled, said good morning too and told the class to sit down.
Miss Hughes (subject)
smiled (predicate 1)
said (predicate 2)
Good morning (greeting)
and (conjunction)
told the class to (predicate 2)
the class (object)

At the glance there seemed to be about thirty-five pupils in the class. The majority
were girls. She noticed several intelligent faces.
At the glance (adverbial phrase) the majority (Subject)
there (adv. Of place)
were (Predicate)
seemed (V)
Girls (Object)
faces (Object)
about thirty-five pupils (Object)
in the class (adverb of place)

she (Subject)
noticed (Predicate)
several intelligent

All pupils were watching her intently, waiting no doubt to find out what sort of
person she was.
All pupils (object)
were watching (predicate)
her (object)
intently (adverb of manner)

I suppose you want to know my name she said. But before she could tell them,
someone in the class called out its Miss hughes every body lauged.
I (subject)
suppose (predicate)
you (object)
want (verb)
to (preposition)
know (verb)

but (conjunction)
before she could tell them (adverb)
someone in the class (subject)
called out (predicate)

Miss Hughes Opened the attendance register and called the name in turn. When she
came to the last name on the list, John young, she noticed that he had absent for
over a month.
Miss hughes (Subject)
when she came to the last name on the list
(Adverb of time)
Opened (Pradicate)
she (Subject)
the attendance register (Object) Notice that (Predicate)
and (conj.)
he (object)
called (Pradicate2)
had absent over a month ( adv. Of time)

the name (Object2)


in turn (adverb of manner)

Hes in the hospital, miss hughes said a fair-haired girl in the front row. he is
broken his leg
He (Subject)
is (Pradicate)
in the hospital (adverb of place)
said (V)
a fair-haired girl (Subject1)
in the front row (adverb of place)

he (Subject)
is broken (Predicate)
His leg (Object)

He slipped on the ice added one of the boys


He (Subject)
slipped (Predicate)
on the ice (adverb of place)
added (V)
one of the boy (Subject1)

It was time to start lesson. Miss hughes was looking at the time table. the first
lesson is english
It (Subject)
time to start (Predicate)
lesson (Object)

Miss hughes (P)


was looking (P)
at the time table (adverb of place)

Please tell us a story begged one of the girls. Several of pupils repeated her. Miss
hugghes smilled
Begged (V)
Miss hugges (Subject)
one of the girls (Subject) smiled (V)
several of pupils (Subject1)
repeated (Predicate)
her (Object)

First of all I want you to write a letter to john young. Well send the best ones to
cheer him upin the hospital. Afterward Ill tell you a story if youre good
First of all (adverbial phrase)
I (Subject)
we (Subject)
want (Predicate)
will send (Predicate)
you (Object)
the best ones (O/letter)
to ( prep.)
to (prep.)
Write (V)
cheer up (V)
Letter (noun)
him (Object)

in the hospital (adverb of place)


Afterward (conjunction)

They were all writing busily when miss hughes slipped out of the classroom to fetch
a book which left in the staffroom .
They (Subject)
Were all writing (Predicate)
busily (adv.of manner)
when miss hughes slipped out of the classroom to fetch a book which left in the
staffroom ( adverb of time)

She passed the headmistress in the corridor.


She (Subject)
passed (Ppredicate)
the headmistress (Object)
in the corridor (adverb of place)