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TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES USED IN THE TRANSLATION OF THE TALE OF TOM KITTEN DONE BY DHARMASISWA STUDENTS OF STIBA SARASWATI DENPASAR Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Devi Maharani, Putu
Sphota : Jurnal Linguistik dan Sastra Vol 11 No 2 (2019): Sphota
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ABSTRACT     The differences in two linguistic and cultural systems have made obstacles in translation. Thus, this research is aimed at analysing the translation technique used by the student in translating the narrative text. The data focused on the translation of The Tale of Tom Kitten from English to Indonesian done by ten students of BIPA (Indonesian for non-native speaker) Dharmasiswa at STIBA Saraswati Denpasar. The method of collecting the data in this research was direct observation method. It observed directly through the translation of the fable. There were two techniques used in collecting the data. The first was reading the English version of The Tale of Tom Kitten and the Indonesian translation done by the students. The second technique was choosing the sentences that represent the use of translation techniques in translating the narrative text. After the data collected, they were analysed through descriptive qualitative method. The data analysed were the results of the research. The translation strategies used to translate the narrative text were analysed. The techniques of analyzing the data followed three steps. First, the data represented the translation strategies use in translation was noted. Then, it was analyzed the type of the translations techniques used to translate the sentences from English into Indonesian. The result found that there were four type of techniques used by the students to translate The Tale of Tom Kitten. They are literal technique, establish equivalent technique, reduction technique, and amplification technique.   Key words:  translation techniques, narrative text, Dharmasiswa students
A STUDY OF OLIVER TWIST INFERIORITY ON CHARLES DICKENS’S OLIVER TWIST Hikmaharyanti, Putu Desi Anggerina; Jayantini, I Gusti Agung Sri Rwa; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti
Apollo Project: Jurnal Ilmiah Program Studi Sastra Inggris Vol 10 No 2 (2021): Agustus 2021
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This study focuses on Oliver Twist inferiority feeling during his childhood life. Oliver Twist as the main character of the novel experienced several miserable treatments from people around him. Along with the inferiority feeling, unfortunately it brings some effects towards him. This is the reason of why this study created by describing the inferiority feelings together with the impact qualitatively. Since the study is in literature matter, psychological and sociological approaches were applied to elaborate the inferior feeling experienced by the main character. There were five settings where Oliver Twist got bad treatment done by several supporting figures and made him become an innocent, rebel and courageous boy as the effects of those inferiority in this study.
DISCOVERING THE MEANING OF VERBAL AND VISUAL SIGNS IN L’OREAL PARIS VIDEO ADVERTISEMENT: A SEMIOTIC STUDY Andina, A.A. Diah Trisna; Pratiwi, Desak Putu Eka; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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The study entitled “Discovering the Meaning of Verbal and Visual Signs in L’Oreal Paris Video Advertisement: A Semiotic Study” which aimed to identify and analyze the verbal and visual signs as well as their meaning. Commercial advertisement plays an important role in promoting a new product. It could be the fastest and practical ways to sell the products or services to the costumers. The data was taken from L’Oreal Paris Total Repair 5 Shampoo video advertisement. The data was collected by observation method and analyzed in descriptive qualitative method. This research used three theories, they are of semiotic theory by Saussure (1983: 67), theory of meaning by Barthes (1977) and theory of color terms by Wierzbicka (1996). The findings showed that there are 5 verbal signs and 6 visual signs. As the result of this study, the verbal signs in this advertisement are appeared as the texts and sentences that written in big font texts, while the visual signs appeared as a picture and also supported by some colors which could attract the audience’s attention when they watch the advertisement video. Both of verbal and visual signs convey denotative and connotative meaning.
Flouting maxim analysis performed by the characters in escape room movie Wiraningsih, Ni Luh Ayu; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This study aims to find out the types of flouting maxims and to know what the most dominant types of flouting maxims performed by the characters in the Escape Room movie is. The researcher used the theory proposed by Grice in his book Logic in Conversation (1975) to analyze the types of flouting maxims in the Escape Room movie. The method that used in this research is descriptive qualitative research. Through the findings of the analysis, there were 24 data found. Those are: Flouting Maxim of Quantity 8 data (33%), Flouting Maxim of Quality and Flouting Maxim of Relevance rarely appeared with same frequently 6 data (25%) and Flouting Maxim of Manner 4 data (17%). From those forms, Flouting Maxim of Quantity has the highest occurrences used among others.
An analysis of the types of figurative languages found in “the adventures of tom sawyer” novel by mark twain Wahyuni, Ni Komang Dila Candra; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Ariyaningsih, Ni Nyoman Deni
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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The purpose of this study is to find out the types of figurative language in the novel entitled “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”. This study used descriptive qualitative method. The data were analyzed based on the theory of Perrine (1977) about the twelve types of figurative language. The result of this analysis showed that there were 11 types of figurative languages found in this novel are; simile, personification, metaphor, synecdoche, allegory, paradox, metonymy, hyperbole, symbol, understatement, and irony. The type of figurative language that does not existed in this novel is the apostrophe. The types of figurative language personification and hyperbole are dominantly used in this novel, the author wants to make the reader not bored reading the novel and to make the readers know clearly the character of the existing characters in the novel. By using hyperbole readers can clarify the character or personality of the characters. The researcher proposed suggestions for the readers and literary enthusiasts are able to understand the study of figurative language in particular use of language as a tool for communication.
The types of idiom and their meaning in michael jackson “thriller” album Sukrawan, I Kadek Adi; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This study is entitled “The Types of Idiom and Their Meaning in Michael Jackson “Thriller” Album”. This study is needed because it was found that a lots of non natives English speakers was often didn’t understand about idiom and their uses, oftentimes this leads to the miss communication. The purpose of this study is to give the non native English speaker about idiom knowledgably and their meanings in their practical uses. The method used in this study was qualitative-descriptive method combine with library research method in collecting the data. The result in this study showed that there were found 9 types of idiom in this album, they were 4 types of partial idiom (44, 44%) and 5 types of total idiom (55, 56). For the types of meaning there were found 9 types of meaning, they were 4 connotative meaning (44, 44%) and 5 affected meaning (55, 56%).
Types of flouting maxim in lady bird movie Dewi, Ni Komang Trisa; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Putri , Widiadnya
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 1 No. 2 (2020): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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The aim of this study was to find out types of flouting maxim in Lady Bird movie by using theory conduct by Grice (1975). The data was collected from Lady Bird movie, this movie talked about teenager’s life. The data were collected by using library analysis method and analyzed by descriptive and qualitative method. The finding is presented in formal and informal way. Our findings show that there are four types were performed by the characters in Lady Bird movie. There were flouting maxim of quantity (47,7%), flouting maxim of quality (28,7%), flouting maxim of relevance (19%) and flouting maxim of manner (4,6%).
Types of speech style performed by the characters in birds of prey movie Cahyani, Ni Made Diah; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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People speaking language differently, it can be influenced by some social factors. This research is intended to find out the kinds of speech style and the variables that influencing the characters of “Birds of Prey” in speaking a language. There are two aims of this study, those are: 1) To find out the kinds of speech style are used in “Birds of Prey” movie, 2) To find out the dominant style used by the character in “Birds of Prey” movie. This research is using descriptive qualitative method in analyzing the data with the theory proposed by Joos (1967) to divine the style of speech style. The result of the data was presented in both formal and informal method in finding presentation. The formal method was applied through table and the informal method was applied through word explanation to explain which type of an utterance belongs to. The result of this study showed there are 266 utterances that categorized into type of speech style, there are 4 types of speech style that grouped into: 17 formal styles, 56 consultative styles, 180 casual style and 13 intimate styles with casual style as the dominant style to be used by the character according to the movie’s rating and genre.
The types of illocutionary acts found in lean on me movie Rolandi, Alexandro; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This study aimed at identifying the types illocutionary acts found in a movie entitled Lean On Me. The problems of this study is What types of illocutionary acts are found in the movie entitled Lean On Me?. This study employed descriptive and qualitative method to provide a well-organized description regarding the problems being identified. The data of this study were obtained by observation method through five steps, namely watching the Lean On Me movie. Then, finding out the movie script of Lean On Me. Furthermore, the writer read the movie script and took note of the illocutionary acts spoken by the characters in the movie Lean On Me. Eventually, the writer classified the data collected. There were five types of illocutionary act encountered they are, assertive, directive, commissive, expressive, and declarative. The result of the research indicates that there are 9 data of illocutionary act found in Lean On Me movie covering 2 assertive, 3 directive, 2 commissive, 1 expressive, and 1 declarative.
Analysis of expressive illocutionary act in the movie entitled the conjuring 2 Dewi, Ni Kadek Noviarianti Karisma; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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Language is one the foremost necessary ability folks use to interact with others. The fascinating phenomena in illocutionary act is the act are often use not just concerning what the speaker vocalization. The study aims to investigate the kinds of expressive illocutionary act found in the movie The conjuring 2 and also the context situation supports in the movie the conjuring 2. This study the writer used some methods there are descriptive qualitative and quantitative method. And also used some theories, first from Searle (1979) theory of types illocutionary act, Halliday and Hassan (1985) theory context situation. Based on the data, there are 32 utterances found in the movie with 6 types there are (22%) of thanking, (16%) of apologizing, (22%) of attitude, (28%) of greeting, (9%) of wishing, (3%) of congratulating and field, tenor, and mode as the context of situation found in the movie the conjuring 2.