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Marks is given to the odd answer (The answer MUST be appropriate and acceptable). The same answers will cancel out each other. Rules and Regulations: 1. Players are divided equally into groups. Each group will be given: a. A4 paper b. Marker c. 10 sweets 2. Every group has chance to choose the question by clicking the number displayed on the screen. 3. The question will be presented on the screen using the power point. Before question is presented, each group has to mortgage their sweets given earlier by the organizer. The amounts of mortgaged sweets depend on the group themselves. 4. The instruction for each question will be shown on the power point. Questions has four types which are: a. Three objects/items/animals/ are given. The players have to spot the “odd” one from the list. Then, they have to state reason why it is different from the other two. b. Three words are displayed on the screen. The players have to spot the word that does not belong to that group. Then, they have to state reason why it is different from the other two. c. One word is displayed on the screen. The players have to add suffixes, prefixes or affixes into the word to create new word d. One word is displayed on the screen. The players have to create new word using ONLY the alphabets of the base word as many as they can. 5. In 15 seconds, all groups have to write their answer on the A4 paper without let other group know their answer. 6. After 15 seconds, each group have to show their answer to the organizer.
Group 1: Abdul Hadi Hisyammudin Muhammad Azam Nurr Azreen Hishafinaz Group 2 : Ahmad Muslim Khairul Azlan Tiong Kung Ling Lydia Bunsu Dayang Narzeriah Group 3: Fadzillah Kelvin Andreas Tan Siang Eing Juliza Dayang Khairunnisa Group 4 : Hubert Mohd Shahrol Normaliza . The group with highest number of sweets will be declared as the winner. 8.7. Meanwhile the mortgaged sweets from other groups who have same answer will be taken by the organizer. The group with “odd” or different answer from others will be given the same amount of sweets mortgaged earlier.
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