Apa itu simple Past tense
Diterjemahkan dari bahasa Inggris-Simple past, past simple atau past indefinite, terkadang disebut preterite, adalah bentuk dasar dari bentuk lampau dalam bahasa Inggris Modern. Ini digunakan pada prinsipnya untuk mendeskripsikan kejadian-kejadian di masa lalu, meskipun juga memiliki beberapa kegunaan lain.
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Activity 3. Read the passage and answer the questions Do this activity on your answer sheet, The Incredible Machine, Everyone has a favonte attraction at an amusement park, and I am no different. Hours-, er, unlike most people who seem to prefer rollercoasters, my favonle ride is a little gentler, . Every, Ane I go to Coney Island, Navy Pier, or the Santa Monica Plet, I absolutely have to nide the Ferns, The Ferris whael is simple and yet also quite complex That is, nding it is easy, but how it, works is complicated a series of carts are anached to a wheel, , which is attached to a rim Thal, run rotates vertically around an axis, and gravity keeps the carts upright As simple as the ride, sooms, only advanced engineers can make sale and fun Ferris wheels, What Il Lacks In Thrills, While the Fems wheel is not as thrilling as a rollercoaster, it is still very exciting. The fact, of being high in the air makes it so much more entertaining than a lot of rides. I mean, how often, do you hang from that high up in dally life?, “Nevertheless, I have to admit, I dont seek Ferris wheels out because of their excitement”, Rather, I find them very relaxing. At the top of the Femis wheel, you get beautiful sights of the, “park you also get a sense of calm that you dont get in the hustle and”, bustle of the park below., Additionally, Ferns wheels are also gorgeous to look at when they are lit up at nigh in, fact, the original Ferris wheel was designed as much to be seen as to be ridden, “It Happened at the Worlds Fair”, The first Ferris wheel was made by and named after George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr, “He designed it for the Chicago Worlds Fair in 1893. It was the tallest attraction there, standing”, 264 feet high, However, visitors to the fair were impressed by the size of the ride as well as the me-, chanics of L. In 1893, anything that was not turned by hand was considered a sight to see And, the wheel, , which was a machine, was truly ineredible to see. Further, as one visitor put it, the, wheel was amazing because it seemed to be missing support That is, it did not look like it could, stand on its own And yet it did and even rotated!, They keep Reaching Higher and Higher, “Ferris wheel technology has only improved since then. Most of todays Fems wheels are”, much larger than that first one. The largest in the world is the “Singapore Flyer,” which stands, “slightly taller than twice what Ferriss didi”, Today, the Ferris wheel is the most common amusement park ride But that does not, “mean you should take them for granted. Instead, be thankful for Ferris invention. The next time”, “yore at an amusement park, dont just look up at the impressive wheel in the sky on your way to”, a newer attraction. Take it for a spini, Answer the following questions:, 1 lo paragraph 2, the narrator says, “As simple as the ride seems, only advanced engineers can, make safe and fun Ferris wheels.” Can you think of any other machines that seem simple but, actually are not? List at least two and explain why they are not actually simple, “2. In paragraph 3, the narrator says, While the Ferris wheel is not as thrilling as a rollercoaster, it”, is still very exciting,” Can you think of any other machines that are not “thrilling” but still, “exciting”?, 3. In the final section of the passage, we learn how Ferris wheels “keep reaching higher and high-, er” This seems to be a common trend among the developers of modern technology What makes, us want to continually strive to create something bigger and better? Is this good? Discuss,
Assessment, Compute the CLV for the following situations. Show your computation and answer on your notebook, 1. Mrs. Abad spends P4,000.00 for every visit to a supermarket twice a month for an, expected period of five years, 2. Mr. Alfonso spends P1,500.00 for every visit to a fast food chain with his wife and 2, children once a month for an expected time period of one year, 3. A senior high school student spends P300.00 for every visit in a bookstore once, every 3months for an expected time of 9 months., 4. An Overseas Filipino Worker from Dubai spends P3,000 oofor every package she, sends to the Philippines via courier once a year for an expected time period of three, years.