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22 Mei 2022 11:18

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22 Mei 2022 11:18

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Many monkeys (capture)___for Street circuses.


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D. Nur

Mahasiswa/Alumni Universitas Singaperbangsa Karawang

23 Mei 2022 05:36

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Jawaban untuk soal ini adalah "are captured". Soal ini meminta untuk dilengkapi bagian rumpangnya dengan bentuk kata kerja yang sesuai. Kalimat "Many monkeys (capture) ___ for street circuses" artinya "Banyak monyet (menangkap) ____ untuk sirkus jalanan". Dilihat dari artinya, kalimat tersebut merupakan kalimat pasif yang ditulis memakai Simple Present Tense yang bermaksud untuk menyatakan fakta tentang alasan banyak monyet 'ditangkap'. Oleh karena itu, bagian rumpang bisa diisi oleh kata 'ditangkap' mengikuti rumus Simple Present Tense untuk kalimat pasif berikut: (+) S + is/am/are + V3 + Complement. S (subjek) yang dimaksud adalah 'many monkeys'. Karena 'many monkeys' termasuk subjek plural atau jamak yang menunjukkan jumlah monyetnya ada banyak (lebih dari 1), maka kata yang ditulis setelahnya adalah 'are'. Kemudian, tuliskan kata kerja bentuk ketiga (V3) dari 'menangkap' (capture) yaitu "captured". Dari penjelasan di atas, diketahui bahwa bagian rumpang bisa diisi oleh 'are captured' dan berikut kalimat lengkapnya: "Many monkeys are captured for street circuses" artinya "Banyak monyet ditangkap untuk sirkus jalanan". Jadi, jawaban untuk soal ini adalah "are captured".


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