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He has a camera.

This is a spoon.
It is a bucket.
This is a cake.
She is waiting for a taxi.
It’s a beautiful day.
Michael works in a bank.
Can I ask a question?
I will borrow a book from the library.
Do you want an apple or a banana?
I am going to buy a hat and an umbrella.
OSIS is an organization.
a dan an
ð a dan an sama-sama bermakna satu/sebuah.
There is a teacher in the office.
I have a Smartphone in my pocket.
ð an digunakan di depan kata benda yang diucapkan vokal (a/i/u/e/o).
I watched an interesting movie last night.
I want to buy an eraser.
It takes an hour to go to Situbondo from here. (huruf h tidak dilafalkan)
Tapi
a university (dilafalkan /yuniversiti/)
a European (dilafalkan /yuropian/)
a dan an
ð a dan an juga digunakan untuk menjelaskan sebuah sesuatu.
The sun is a star.
Besuki is a town in Situbondo.
Mrs. Pipit is a beautiful teacher.
A mouse is an animal.
ð a dan an digunakan juga untuk menyebutkan suatu pekerjaan.
Mr. Wilson is an engineer.
I want to be a teacher.
Einstein is a famous scientist.
Let’s Practice
a / an dan some
ð Kita gunakan a/an di depan kata benda berbentuk tunggal (SINGULAR).
I have a pencil.
There is a child in the school yard.
ð Kita gunakan some di depan kata benda berbentuk jamak (PLURAL).
I have some pencils.
There are some children in the school yard.
ð Kita juga gunakan some di depan kata benda yang tak bisa dihitung
(UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS).
I want to buy some milk.
a / an dan some
ð Kita juga gunakan some di depan kata benda yang tak bisa dihitung
(UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS).
I want to buy some milk.
I need some coffee.
ð Kita bisa gunakan beberapa kata berikut di depan kata benda tak bisa dihitung.
a bottle of milk a cup of tea a piece of paper
a bowl of rice a bar of chocolate a bunch of flower

I want to buy a bottle of milk.


I need a cup of coffee.
Let’s Practice
KB bisa dihitung
(COUNTABLE)
Kata Benda
(NOUNS)
KB tak bisa dihitung
(UNCOUNTABLE)
a
Tunggal
(SINGULAR)
an

KB bisa dihitung a lot of


(COUNTABLE)
many

Jamak
(PLURAL) some

a few

few
a lot of

much

KB tak bisa dihitung


some
(UNCOUNTABLE)

a little

little
Sources
Azar, B. S. and Hagen, S. A. 2006. Basic English Grammar (3rd
Edition). New York: Pearson - Longman
Murphy, R. 2000. Essential Grammar in Use (2nd Edition).
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Zaida, N. 2014. Bright – An English Course for Junior High
School Students. Jakarta: Erlangga