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DERIVATIONAL SUFFIXES FORMING NOUN FROM VERB FOUND IN REVENGE WEARS PRADA NOVEL: A MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY Rahmawati, Ni Kadek Liana; Sulatra, I Komang; Putra, I G. B. Wahyu Nugraha
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This study focuses on derivation from verb forming noun found in Revenge Wears Prada novel written by Lauren Weisberger. The aim of this study is to find out kind of suffixes used in forming noun from verb by applying the theory of nominal suffixes proposed by Plag (2003). The data were taken from novel entitled Revenge Wears Prada which was written by Lauren Weisberger. Observation method was used in collecting the data with several steps applied such as reading, note taking, and classifying technique continue with the theory of nominal suffixes proposed by Plag. There were 236 data using suffixes which form noun from verb, those data using suffixes -age, -al, -ance, -ant, -ee, -er/-or, -ing, -ion, and -ment. Moreover, several suffixes used repeatedly in the same word in this novel to form noun class category from different word class and all of these data categorized as class changing process since these morphological processes of verb forming noun has changed the class category of the base form. This study shows that morphology is very important in language since the used of morphological process helps to develop new word from several languages and word classes.
Study of english borrowing word in indonesian as found in habibie & ainun movie Dewi, Ni Komang Shintia Pradnyana; Sulatra, I Komang; Putra, I G. B. Wahyu Nugraha
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This research concerns with borrowing words in Indonesian as found in the movie. This research aims at (1) to identify the types of borrowing word; and (2) to identify the adaptations of borrowing words used in Habibie & Ainun movie. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative for analyzing the data. This study used the theory of Haugen in (Grosjean 1982) that was the type and the adaptation of borrowing words. The results showed that there were 2 types of borrowing words found in the data source namely loanword and loan shift. For the adaptation process, there are 2 kinds of adaptation processes found here, namely phonological adaptation and morphological adaptation. The occurrence of pure loan words was dominant compared to the other types. Borrowing words are often found in online and print media such as television, newspapers, magazines, internet, etc. Borrowing words are analyzed in this study to provide knowledge about the existence of word borrowing in Indonesian. The Indonesian borrows many words in English, of course increasing the number of vocabularies in Indonesian.
Pidgin english spoken by papua new guinea people in youtube videos Wengke, Febrianus; Putra, I G. B. Wahyu Nugraha; Jendra, I Made Iwan Indrawan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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This research deals with Pidgin English spoken by Papua New Guineans found in YouTube videos. This study aims to identify the types of sentences in Pidgin English used by the people of Papua New Guinea and the differences between Pidgin English from Standard English. This study uses qualitative methods to carry out a clear and organized description of the problems identified. The data is taken from the narratives of Papua New Guineans found in YouTube videos. Applying Muhlhausler's (1978) theory to analyze the types of sentences used by Papua New Guineans found in YouTube videos and theory by Aitchison (1991) to distinguish between Pidgin English and Standard English. This study finds data based on the first study problem about sentence types such as the equative sentence mi citizen bilong la country 'We are the community on this country,' locative sentence yupela from East Sepik Province 'you are from East Sepik Province,' intransitive sentence mipela i simenim i go bek 'I am comment to return, and ' transitive sentence mi wokim ho na long em 'I am help them all.' The data contained in the second problem of research on differences in Pidgin English from Standard English such as the phonology em planti samting 'there are more,' the syntax so mi makim PNG 'so I marked PNG,' the dispela is lexicon of 'this is/is.'