Most | adj+N | adj-adv

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#QOW19A_Pembahasan

1. (By) the second month of life, most (infant) can turn their heads and move their eyes (to follow) theΒ movements (of people) and large objects around them.
A. (By)
B. (infant)
C. (to follow)
D. (of people)

πŸ“: analisanya:
Part of speech
S: most InfantS
V: can turn, move
O: their heads, their eyes
To infinitive: to follow
Preposition: by, of, around
Object of preposition: the second month, life, people and large objects, them
Conjunction: and

Syntactically and Semantically , kalimat di atas kurang berterima sebab Terdapat kata MOST (Adj and Definition of most: the majority of) yang menerangkan kata bayi. Karena most menerangkan nomina dalam bentuk jamak, bukan singular, maka kata infant ‘bayi’ harus diubah ke bentuk jamak ‘bayi-bayi’ Β» INFANTS sehingga kalimat menjadi berterima.
(lu’lu,2C: 2016)

πŸŽ“Answer: B. Infant πŸ‘‰infants

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2. Early movies had (appeal immediate) and (became) a means (to present) contemporary (attitudes), fashions,Β and events.
A. (appeal immediate)
B. (became)
C. (to present)
D. (attitudes)

πŸ“ analisanya :

🌼 Analisis semantic
Film-film awal periode memiliki keunikan langsung/instan dan menjadi metode yg menggambarkan perilaku-perilaku, kebiasaan-kebiasan (fashion) dan peristiwa-peristiwa kontemporer (jaman sekarang).
– dr analisis di atas kita tahu bhw frasa “appeal immediate” bermaksud utk menyampaikan makna “keunikan langsung/instan”
– seharusnya “immediate appeal”

🌼 Analisis syntactic
Early movies had (appeal immediate) and (became) a means (to present) contemporary (attitudes), fashions, and events.

Early= adj yg menjelaskan noun MOVIES, artinyaπŸ‘‰ happening near the beginning of a particular period

Movies= plural noun
Had= V2, karena tensisnya adalah past tense

Appeal= mass noun, yg artinyaπŸ‘‰ the quality of being attractive or interesting

Immidiate= adj yg menjelaskan noun appeal, artinya πŸ‘‰ occurring or done at once; instant

Means= plural noun that can be treated as singular or plural noun, artinyaπŸ‘‰ An action or system by which a result is achieved; a method:

to present= to infinitive sbg adj yg mnjelaskan noun MEANS

contemporary= adj menjelaskan nouns attitudes, fashions, dan events. πŸ‘Œ

❗ Note: Plural nouns treated as singular

Some plural nouns are treated as SINGULAR, in all or in certain meanings. These include the names of branches of knowledge or science, such as acoustics and mathematics, activities such as billiards and gymnastics, and diseases such as measles.

Contoh lainnya adalah plural noun DATA dan MEDIA. Tapi DATA is a special case. In scientific writing, data is usually treated as a plural; In everyday use, it’s more usual to treat data as a singular, with a singular verb. πŸ‘Œ

(Nurfidini,Β  1A: 2016)

πŸŽ“Answer: A. Appeal immediateπŸ‘‰ immediate appeal

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3. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., clergyman (and) civil rights leader, (won) the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize (for) hisΒ work toward (racially) equality in the United States.
A. and
B. Won
C. For
D. Racially

πŸ“ analisanya :

🐲and πŸ‘‰πŸ» sudah sesuai. Fungsinya sebagai konjungsi antara 2 noun yg paralel (clergyman dan leader, sama sama bermakna ‘a person that do something’) pada appositive ‘clergyman and civil rights leader’.
🐲won πŸ‘‰πŸ» sudah sesuai. Won adalah verb pada kalimat ini. Dalam bentuk past, krn ada petunjuk waktu lampau (1964)
🐲for πŸ‘‰πŸ» sudah sesuai. Sebagai preposisi yg dalam kalimat ini bermakna ‘because of’ atau ‘as a result of something’.
😱 racially ❌ seharusnya racial. Yg diperlukan adalah adjective untuk menerangkan noun ‘equality’. Racially adalah adverb, sehingga kurang tepat. Seharusnya diubah menjadi racial (adjective) sehingga membentuk word order adjective + noun.

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πŸŽ“Answer: Racially ➑ racial

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Para the BEST ANSWERER πŸŽ“ from 1A Class:

A. Baihaqi, Ken, Muzainah, Dila, Merry, Arum, and Nurfidini

Para The BEST ANSWERER πŸŽ“ from 2C Class:

Lu’lu

Congratulation to all of you…
You are the QOW19A CONQUERORS πŸ†

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