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Interpretasi Makna Leksikal dan Relaksional pada Term Yadd Pendekatan Sintagmatik dan Paradigmatik Bahasa Al-Qur’an Nur Taqwa Amin; Dedi Rochmad H. A. Dekoz; Hasnil Oktavera; Berti Arsyad
ELOQUENCE : Journal of Foreign Language Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): AUGUST
Publisher : Language Development Center

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.58194/eloquence.v1i2.438


Background: Interpreting the Qur'an, especially mutasyabihah verses, can be done by syntagmatic and paradigmatic analyses to obtain more detailed information about the meaning and derivations. Purpose: This study analyzes the linguistic and relational meanings of the word Al-yadd in the Qur'an. Method: This research is library research, with a content analysis approach to syntagmatic and paradigmatic aspects. Data were obtained from the redaction of the Qur'anic verses containing the word al-Yadd in the form of mufrad, mutsanna, and jamak. The steps of analysis are carried out by a literature study, determining samples, categorization, coding and data processing, and analysis of meaning based on syntagmatic and paradigmatic approaches to determine the relational meaning of al-yadd in these verses.  Results: The results showed that the word Al-yadd in the Qur'an is mentioned 119 times and spread over 109 verses. In terms of quantity, the word al-Yadd is in the form of three variants; singular 21 times, double 32 times, and plural 66 times; from these three variants, the word al-Yadd forms many phrases with different meanings in each redaction. The lexical meaning of al-yadd is hand to humans and others. The relational meaning of the word al-yadd in the Qur'an varies greatly depending on the methods and approaches used in the analysis. Among the syntagmatic relational meanings of the term al-yadd are qudrah, power, in front, and the gift of grace. Its paradigmatic relational meanings are palm, arm, benefactor, and humble. Conclusions and Implications: This study concludes that the paradigmatic and syntagmatic approaches to the word al-yadd produce a variety of meanings so that the word should not be interpreted farially because each word must be seen in relation to the adjacent or accompanying words. This research implies that every word in the Qur'an does not only have one fixed meaning, so to find out the diversity of meanings, one of them must be analyzed with a paradigmatic and syntagmatic approach more comprehensively. The influence of the syntagmatic and paradigmatic relationship approach to language studies has logical consequences for researchers and language teachers today with several aspects of linguistic units, including words, phrases, or clauses. 
Development of Augmented Reality-based Arabic Uslub Materials to Improve Daily Language Expressing Ability Nur Hasaniyah; Berti Arsyad; Adtman A. Hasan
ELOQUENCE : Journal of Foreign Language Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023): APRIL
Publisher : Language Development Center

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.58194/eloquence.v2i1.672


Background: A language is a communication tool every person uses to express their desires. However, few students who learn Arabic find it challenging to speak the daily language with the correct uslub Objective: This study aims to develop the Arabic language based on Augmented Reality to improve the ability to express with the correct phrasing and diverse language styles. Method: This study used the RnD method with the ADDIE model. The research location is at the IAIN Sultan Amai Gorontalo Language Development Center. The population is 100 students, and the sample is 30 students. The data collection procedure is done by observation, interview, lift and test. Data analysis techniques are carried out with T-tests, and presentations are carried out with Likert scales. Results and Discussion: This study produced several recommendations that the basis of Augmented Reality can improve students' ability to express Arabic with the correct uslub Conclusion and Implication: This study concluded that students' ability to express themselves with the Arabic language needs to be accompanied, trained and continue to be familiarized with campus life so that daily expressions become spontaneous habits. The implications of this study suggest that learning Arabic using standard terms can be helped by augmented reality as a technology that combines digital elements, such as images, sounds, and virtual objects, with user needs.