To answer an imbuhan question students have to cross two bridges. The first bridge is to identify which part of speech (for example, verb, noun or adjective), the answer to the imbuhan question belongs. The second bridge is to select the right imbuhan from a list that belongs to that part of speech.
Our scientific approach to learning imbuhan helps students to cross the first bridge. Having successfully cross the first bridge, student will then choose imbuhan from the correct list as they have chosen the right part of speech as the answer to the imbuhan question.
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This is the first in the series of videos where students who scored distinctions in the June ML O level exams volunteered to share their success recipe. The videos serve as good motivation resources for future graduating students working towards ML distinctions.