15 Januari 2023 00:00
15 Januari 2023 00:00
Mahasiswa/Alumni Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta
07 Februari 2023 11:36
Jawaban yang benar adalah "F".
Perintah soal adalah "Based on the picture, identify the statements below. Write a T at the end of each statement that you think the statement is true; or an F when you think it is false." yang artinya "Berdasarkan gambar tersebut, identifikasilah pernyataan-pernyataan di bawah ini. Tulis T di akhir setiap pernyataan yang menurut Anda pernyataan itu benar; atau F ketika menurut Anda itu salah."
Soal ini tentang degree of comparison. Degree of comparison adalah bentuk adjective (kata sifat) atau adverb (kata keterangan) yang menyatakan perbandingan.
"Ayu's body is as short as Alvie." (Badan Ayu sama pendeknya dengan Alvie.)
Bentuk degree of comparison soal tersebut adalah positive degree karena terdapat correlative conjunction "as ... as".
Positive degree adalah sebuah bentuk perbandingan antara dua objek yang memiliki tingkatan atau level yang setara/sama. Positive degree berupa bentuk standar adjective atau adverb tanpa perubahan apapun. Ketika digunakan untuk menyatakan perbandingan, positive degree harus digunakan bersama correlative conjunction as … as.
S + V + as Adjective/Adverb as + S + V
Berdasarkan gambar, badan Ayu lebih tinggi dari badan Alvie sehingga pernyataan soal adalah salah (false).
Jadi, jawabannya adalah "F".
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