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30 Desember 2021 05:08

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The manager think ita is a very ..... secretary because she always does her work well A. Reliable B. Reliance C. Reliability D. Reliably E. Rely


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H. Wijaya

Mahasiswa/Alumni Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

30 Desember 2021 06:51

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Hai Lala, kakak bantu jawab ya. Jawaban untuk soal ini adalah “A. Reliable" (Dapat diandalkan). Dalam soal ini kamu diminta untuk memilih jawaban yang tepat untuk melengkapi kalimat tersebut. Pertanyaannya, "The manager think Ita is a very ..... secretary because she always does her work well" yang artinya "Manajer menganggap Ita seorang sekretaris yang sangat ..... karena dia selalu melakukan pekerjaannya dengan baik". Pada kalimat tersebut, bagian yang kosong membutuhkan "adjective" (kata sifat) dikarenakan fungsi dari "adjective" adalah untuk menjelaskan "noun" (kata benda). "Noun" dalam kalimat tersebut adalah "secretary" sehingga yang merupakan "adjective" yang tepat dan sesuai dengan konteks kalimat yang ada pada opsi jawaban adalah "reliable". Oleh karena itu, jawaban yang benar adalah “A. Reliable" (Dapat diandalkan). Semoga membantu ya.


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