LET pattern

“LET “ pattern
Formula --> LET + Object + Verb-1
Look at Pronoun below:
As Subject              as Object
They                           Them
We                              Us
I                                   Me
You                             You
She                             Her
He                               Him
It                                 It

The usage of let:
1)    It’s referred to The Speaker and The Hearer.
i.e. Let us have a lunch together.
      Let’s play together.
2)    It’s referred to The Speaker.
i.e. Let me see first.
      Let me taste this food
3)    It’s referred to The Hearer.
i.e. Let you do the task by yourself

4)    It’s NOT referred to both The Speaker and The Hearer.
i.e. Let the ceremony run well.
      Let the race finish on time.
      Let him go alone
      Let her cry
      Let them play soccer
      Let it sleep under the chair

1.     Ask your friend to cook together.
 Let us cook together.

2.     Add some salt by yourself.
 Let me add some salt

3.     Stir the coconut milk by yourself thoroughly.
 Let me stir the coconut milk thoroughly.

4.     Ask your friend to get lunch together.
 Let us get lunch together.

5.     Ask your friend to make an aquarium together.
 Let us make an aquarium together.

6.     Keep the water boiling.
 Let  the water keep boiling

7.     Ask your friend to have dinner in a new restaurant together.
 Let us have dinner in a new restaurant together.

8.     Keep stirring coconut milk.
 Let coconut milk keep stirring.


Definisi: kata kerja yang dibendakan (kata benda jadi-2an) = a verbal noun.
Ciri: Verb-ing  but not all Verb-ing can be gerund.
Its position in sentence:
1)    As Subject
 i.e. Swimming is my hobby.  Gerund
 Cooking a chicken soup needs a skill.  gerund
A Cooking woman is my mother.  adj
Driving a car is my hobby.  gerund

2)    As Object
 i.e. My hobby is swimming gerund
 My favourite activity is reading a novel. Gerund
 Selvi is reading a novel. continous
 I don’t have time to welcome your coming. Gerund
A girl is swimming in the swimming pool.  1st= Continous; 2nd= Gerund

3)    After Preposition
 i.e. Before sleeping, I wash my foot and my hands. Gerund
 I study very hard before doing the test. Gerundm
 After breaking my promise, I feel guilty.  Gerund
We are here for learning English.  gerund
  I’m interested in drawing people.  gerund

4)    After special Verbs
avoid, allow; bear, begin; deny, dislike, detect, defer, detest; escape; finish; hate, (help); imagine; keep; love, like; miss; need; prevent, practice; risk, remember, resent; stop, start; worth)
 i.e. I like reading. --> gerund;  I hate cheating. --> gerund
       Stop talking! --> gerund

Gerund after specific verb:
 Active: I like drawing cartoon.
Passive: I like being drawn.
     Active: I like being a painter.
Active: He couldn’t help telling the truth.
Passive: He dislikes being told what to do.

1.     I know my friend is cheating in the class for getting good score in doing his English test.
2.     She avoid ……. her boyfriend. (meet)
3.     My car is parking on the parking area.
4.     …..a poem is difficult for me. (write)
5.     Everyday, when my brother is studying, I always go shopping.

Saya tertarik menggambar kartun.
I am interested in drawing cartoon.

1.   My daily activity is drinking water. object/gerund
2.   Boxing is his hobby.  -->subject/gerund
3.   I think of loving you. -->After preposition/gerund
4.   Stop cheating! / I finish writing gerund.
5.   Continous or adj:
  He is drinking water
   I dislike a drinking girl.

Here are some verbs plus a preposition followed by a gerund
to complain about __________ing
insist on __________ing
participate in __________ing
apologize for __________ing
object to __________ing
look forward to __________ing
think of __________ing
win by __________ing
take part in __________ing

Here are some verbs plus an object plus a preposition followed by a gerund
to have difficulty in __________ing
take advantage of __________ing
have a good reason for __________ing
prevent someone from __________ing
keep someone from __________ing
stop someone from __________ing
thank someone for __________ing
to b
lame someone for __________ing
accuse someone of __________ing
charge someone with __________ing
fine someone for __________ing

Here are some combinations of the verb "to be" plus an adjective plus a preposition followed by a gerund
to be accustomed to __________ing
be interested in __________ing
be excited about __________ing
be capable of __________ing
be responsible for __________ing
be used to __________ing
be tired of __________ing
be bored with __________ing
be good for __________ing
be good at __________ing
be bad at __________ing
be guilty of __________ing

Here are some combinations of the verb "to be" plus an object plus a preposition followed by a gerund:  
to be a victim of __________ing
be an advocate of __________ing
be a believer in __________ing
be a supporter of __________ing
be a critic of __________ing

When it comes to gerunds as the object of a verb, not all verbs are equal.
That is, some verbs can take a gerund as their objects, but other verbs cannot.
(Some verbs can take infinitives as their objects. Some verbs never take an object at all.)
These differences can only be learned, as individual vocabulary items.

Here are some verbs that are followed by a gerund.
(These verbs can be followed by any gerund. The gerunds used in these sentences are only examples.)   
I admit losing the combination to the safe.
advise finding a good lawyer.
I don't
anticipate waiting very much longer.
appreciate hearing a good joke.
avoid flying as much as I can.
Would you
consider selling your share of the company?
We will
delay signing an agreement.
deny saying that.
We must
discuss hiring more people.
dislike eating alone.
enjoy talking with new people.
fear losing his confidence.
When I
finish typing this, I'll help you.
gave up explaining my position to them.
I often
go dancing.
I can't
help thinking that we could have done better.
I can't
imagine spending that much money.
Business trips
involve waiting in airports and staying in hotels.
keep saying that, but they don't do anything about it.
Did I
mention seeing him yesterday?
I don't
mind working on the weekend.
I will
miss seeing you around.
postponed starting construction until next year.
You should
practice using set phrases.
quit smoking six years ago.
recall meeting him a long time ago.
I don't
recollect being there.
recommend having the New York steak.
resent having to sign in each morning.
I couldn't
resist telling them.
We should not
risk losing their trust.
I hope they
stop making so much noise so I can get some sleep.
suggested starting my own agency.
They won't
tolerate trading insider information.

The Story of Ciderella

Lesson 1 (Introduction)

Lesson 2 (Verbs)

أخاك أخاك إن مَنْ لا أخا له === كَساعٍ إلى الهيجا بغير سلاح * Literal meaning: Your brother your brother for that who has no brother; is like a person rushing to battle without a weapon. * Metaphoric meaning: be good to your brothers/friends/family because you need them for support as much as they need you