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TABEL OF CONTENTS

Table of contents…………………………………………………………….. i

Prevace………………………………………………………………………. ii

CHAPTER I PRIMINARY………………………………………………… 1

A. Background of the problem…………………………..……………... 1


B. Formulation of the problem…………………………………………. 1
C. Purpose of the problem……………………………………………… 1

CHAPTER II DISCUSSION……………………………………………… … 2

A. Adverb of quantity………………...……………………………….... 2
B. Use “of” in quantity describtion……………………………………… 3

CHAPTER III CLOSSING………………………………………………... .... 5

A. Conclution………………………………………………………….... 5
B. Suggestion………………………………………………………….... 5
PREVACE

Praise and gratitude the author prayed to God Almighty over the completion of a
paper entitled “quantity”.
And hope we this paper can increase knowledge and experience for the readers, for
the future can improve the from and add the contents of the paper for the better.
Due to our limited knowledge and experience, therefore we are looking forward to
contructive recommendations and criticism from readers for the perfection of this paper.
CHAPTER I

PREMINARY

A. Background of the Problem

Quantity expression is a word that describes the sum of an object. This expression
is in everyday wear. almost every person must use the expression of quantity
every day. but many people are wrong in pronunciation. here we will discuss the
expression of quantity and examples

B. Formulation of the Problem

 What is the meaning expression of quantity?


 Specify an example expression of quantity?

C. Purpose of the Problem

 Know about expression of quantity


 Know the example expression of quantity
CHAPTER II

DISCUSSION

A. ADVERB OF QUANTITY
Adverb of quantity is a form of adverb used to describe a certain amount of strength
or amount of things. If adverb is usually followed by the verb or adverb itself then on adverb
of quantity, adverb or adverb is followed by noun or noun. In adverb of quantity we can use
the question how much and how many. Here are all kinds of adverbs of quantity.

Kind Of Adverb Of Quantity

Adverb of quantity is divided into 2 types: countable noun and uncountable noun.

1. COUNTABLE NOUN

Countable noun is divided into several kinds:

 A lot / lots (Many)


 A few (some)
 Too many / Too few

Example :

 I have lots of book in my room


 my mom brings me a few foods
 We have too many mistakas to him
 Many guests in my living room
 Sandi has too many comics in the library
 I have lots of documents in this compute

2. UNCOUNTABLE NOUN

Uncountable noun Used for that can not be calculated and has several kinds that are as
follows.

 A lot / lots of
 Little / Less
 Much / More
 Too much / To little

Example :

 I drink lots of water because I am very thirsty


 I have little many for you
 Do you need much money?
 we spend too much time here
 my mom has much juice for us

B. USE “OF” IN QUNATITY DISCRIPTION

MOST + NONSPECIFIC NOUN

a) Most books are interesting. (CORRECT)


b) Most of books are interesting. (INCORRECT)

In the example of sentence (a), the speaker does not indicate a specific book. The
speaker does not also show the "book" or "your book" or "a book written by someone. The
noun (noun) "books" above is not shown specifically.

While in the example of sentence (b), the word "of" is not added to an expression of
the quantity eg using the "most" quantity if the noun is not specific,

MOST + OF + SPECIFIC NOUN

a) Most of those books are mine.


b) Most of my books are in English.
c) Most of the books on that table are mine.

The noun becomes specific when it begins with:


 This, that, these, those as in the example sentence (a), or
 My, your, our, their, her, etc (various possessive pronouns) as in sentence example
(b), or
 The, as in the example sentence (c).

So "of" can be used to express quantity information if the specific word object.

EXPRESSIONS OF QUANTITY FOLLOWED BY "OF" + A SPESIFIC NOUN

1. All, most, some/ any + of + specific plural countable/ uncountable noun


Example :
Countable noun : Most of those chairs are uncomfortable.
Uncountable noun : Most of that furniture is uncomfortable.

2. Many, a few, several, both, two, one + of + specific plural countable noun
Example :
Countable noun : Many of those chairs are uncomfortable.
3. Much, a little + of + specific plural uncountable noun
Example :
Uncountable noun : Much of that furniture is uncomfortable.
CHAPTER III

CLOSSING

A.Conclusion

Expression of quantity describe the number of (several) person or objects that exist,
and there are also count or non count, for example, can be see in the previous material. In
daily use both in writing and oral, in the exspression of quantity has many variantious and
types depending on the situation and place.

B.Suggestion

Realize that the author is far from perfect words, the future of the author will be more
focused and details explain the above papers with more sources of resources that certainly
can be accounted for. authors expect criticism and suggestions for readers.
QUANTITY

ARRANGED BY :

GROUP 7 : 1. Adjie Satrio

2. Aisyah Amini Reformis Intelekta

3. Nuri

4. Roy Oktavianus

5. Zelika

SUPERVISOR : Sherly Marliasari, S.Pd M.Pd

UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYAH PALEMBANG


CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
2017