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Jurnal Gama Societa Vol 3, No 1 (2019): MAY
Publisher : Sekolah Vokasi Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Every language in the world is the primary tool for its speakers to communicate with each other. Each language has its own uniqueness so that no language is more special than others. One of its uniqueness that is worth to discuss is a large number of lexemes one language has, while other languages only have a small number of vocabularies to explain a particular concept. This study focuses on the lexeme in Javanese language with 'to search' as the core meaning. The number of lexemes that are generally represented by the word golek‘to search’ include: njala, ngarit,mancing, etc. This study aims to show the differences between them by looking at the meaning components possessed by the lexemes. The data in forms of lexemes were obtained by using introspection method. The meaning of these lexemes then was ascertained with the help of dictionaries and interviews with other Javanese native speakers. Structural semantic analysis theory by Nida (1975) was used to analyze the meaning of those lexemes. The usage of lexemes in sentences were used to show the differences between lexemes, especially those with the same meaning components. From at least fifteen lexemes with 'to search' as its core meaning found in Javanese language, there are six dimensions of meaning that distinguish them. The six include, SOURCE OF POWER, OBJECT, OWNERSHIP, INTEREST, PLACE, and SUBJECT. Although some of the lexemes have similar components of meaning in several dimensions of meaning, there are still differences in meaning components between the lexemes. This reinforces the opinion that no two words are absolute synonyms or have exactly the same meaning.
Peran Aplikasi “Visiting Jogja” dalam Mengembalikan Kepercayaan Wisatawan untuk Berwisata ke Yogyakarta Fitria Jalaluddin; Alfelia Nugky Permatasari
Jurnal Pariwisata Terapan Vol 5, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : Sekolah Vokasi, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Covid-19 made several countries adopt lock-down policies as an effort to break the chain of spreading the virus. However, this policy greatly affects sectors related to the daily mobility of people, especially the tourism sector which has been most significantly affected by Covid-19. One of the provinces in Indonesia that has experienced a major loss in the tourism sector due to Covid-19 is the Yogyakarta Special Region (DIY). Therefore, the DIY government gradually continues to encourage the tourism sector to resume operations, one of which is by releasing new applications for tourists, namely "Jogja Pass" and "Visiting Jogja" to monitor visitors to tourism destinations in DIY. In this study the author will focus on studying the application "Visiting Jogja". The purpose of this research is to examine the advantages and disadvantages of the "Visiting Jogja" application from the user's point of view, and to find out whether the "Visiting Jogja" application can help restore the confidence of tourists to travel to Yogyakarta. This study uses qualitative research methods, with data collection techniques through direct interviews with 10 respondents as a sample who is determined randomly. The results show that the application "Visiting Jogja" can provide assurance for tourists, which helps generate confidence in users to visit more tourism attractions in Yogyakarta. However, the government's efforts in socializing and promoting the “Visiting Jogja” application to the public are still lacking.
Pemahaman dan Preferensi Bahasa Masyarakat Indonesia pada Istilah Komputer dan Internet Alfelia Nugky Permatasari; I Dewa Putu Wijana
JLA (Jurnal Lingua Applicata) Vol 2, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Technology, including computers and internet, cannot be separated from Indonesians. At the beginning of computers and internet existence in Indonesia, the government took an initiative to make computers and internet equivalent terms through Presidential Decree No. 2 Year 2001. This aimed to ease Indonesians in using computers and/or internet. This effort then generated “Senarai Padanan Istilah" consisting of 711 equivalents from 629 English terms. This study aims to investigate Indonesians’ comprehension, language preference, including their reason in choosing a particular language regarding computer and/or internet terms. The data were obtained from online questionnaire. The data obtained then were used to investigate Indonesians’ comprehension of the terms as well as their language preference relating to the computer and/or internet terms. The results are then presented descriptively. This research results in: 1) Indonesians have a fairly high understanding related to computer and/or internet equivalent terms; 2) however, Indonesians prefer English to bahasa Indonesia, as many as 91.9% of the respondents; 3) English preference by the  respondents is motivated by English terms familiarity, English terms ease to be understood, the lack of appropriateness of the equivalent terms, English shorter terms, and the unavailability of equivalent terms in the computer program they run.
Faktor Kesulitan Mahasiswa Program Studi Bahasa Korea Sekolah Vokasi UGM dalam Menjawab Soal TEVocS Alfelia Nugky Permatasari; Yuni Wachid Asrori
JLA (Jurnal Lingua Applicata) Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Decree of Dean of Universitas Gadjah Mada Vocational School no. 10/UN1.SV/SK/2017 regarding graduation requirements for Universitas Gadjah Mada Vocational School students requires a minimum TEVocS score of 60 as one of the graduation requirements. This requirement burdens students, especially the ones other than English Language study program. To be able to graduate, a number of students even had to repeat their TEVocS until they get the required score. This study aims to identify the factors causing the difficulties of UGM Vocational School Korean Language study program students in answering TEVocS questions.This research used quantitative and qualitative approaches. A total of 44 Korean Language study program students became the objects of this study. Students were asked to complete TEVocS simulation and evaluate their performance, specifically related to the factors that caused them feel difficult in answering TEVocS questions. The evaluation was done using questionnaire. The finding shows that, in general, almost all Korean Language study program students found it difficult to answer TEVocS questions. Almost all Korean Language study program students admitted that they had difficulties in both listening and speaking sections of TEVocS. These difficulties were caused by a number of factors.
JEELS (Journal of English Education and Linguistics Studies) Vol 8, No 2: November 2021
Publisher : English Education Department, IAIN Kediri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30762/jeels.v8i2.2969


Hedging is a communicative strategy and a form of pragmatic competence which plays a central role in delivering the intended message of the speaker. Commonly observed in two-way conversations, hedges as hedging devices are also present in monologues. This study investigates the most common hedges used in popular monologues TED Talks as well as observes the various communicative strategies they denote. 130 transcripts of the talks, taped from 2002-2019 taken from the official website of TED (, are collected to build a corpus of 337,302 tokens. Through corpus-based analysis using concordance software AntConc 3.5.0, 48 most common hedges are inserted for frequency search. The search hits show that the most frequently-used hedges in the corpus are ‘just,’ ‘could,’ ‘you know,’ ‘actually,’ ‘I think,’ and ‘kind of’ with the numbers of occurrence 1107, 554, 541, 530, 390, and 309 respectively. From the analyses of the functions of the most frequent hedges, it can be concluded that each of the hedges serves distinctive pragmatic strategy which contributes in the communicative processes of the talks.
BRIGHT : A Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics and Literature Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : STKIP PGRI Tulungagung

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29100/bright.v2i2.949


Some concepts in English grammar usually confuse students such as the use of articles and tenses. More interesting learning methods such as flipped class and e-learning using video are needed to improve students’ understanding about English grammar. The purpose of this paper is to convey the making process of instructional video for students of Basic Grammar Classes of the English Program, Vocational College, Universitas Gadjah Mada. There are two instructional videos made consisting of two topics; quantifiers and forms of others. The making process was from June to September 2018. The results show that the making process of instructional videos includes video content preparation, shooting process and editing. Video content making includes compiling materials, writing script and arranging storyboard. Meanwhile the shooting and editing processes were handled by a professional video maker. The constraints faced during the shooting process were the difficulty to act naturally and to remember the lines also problem of sound noise. The use of animation also becomes constraint in editing process since more time and energy were consumed to finish the video.