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SAGA: Journal of English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics Vol 2 No 2 (2021): August 2021
Publisher : English Language Education Department, Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana (UKDW), Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21460/saga.2021.22.80


Maxim is one of the aspects studied in pragmatics, a relatively new field in linguistics. It is used in social interactions, especially in the form of conversations. In this study, the researchers conducted maxim analysis in an EFL class. The research data were collected from the WhatsApp-group communication of an online class in the English language education department of a public university in Central Java. This study employed a qualitative descriptive design using pragmatic analysis as its framework. There are maxim of quantity, maxim of quality, maxim of manner and maxim of relevance. The result shows that there were 22 occurrences of maxim of quantity with 5 cases of flouting of the maxim. Then, 28 occurrences belonged to maxim of quality and the researchers did not find any flouting of the maxim. Next, 26 occurrences were labelled as maxim of relevance with 2 cases of flouting of the maxim. Besides that, 22 occurrences were categorized as maxim of manner with 3 cases of flouting of the maxim. In general, 110 maxim occurrences were identified from 16 conversations recorded in this research.
Analisis Semantik Preposisi yang Digunakan dalam Buku "21 Lesson for the 21st Century" Karya Yuval Noah Harari Febriana Aminatul Khusna; Sekar Lathifatul Aliyah
Musamus Journal of Language and Literature Vol 4 No 1 (2021): Musamus Journal of Language and Literature
Publisher : Universitas Musamus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mujolali.v4i1.3480


The use of corpus analysis is often used in various fields of linguistic studies. Semantic studies are one of the topics of corpus analysis. However this research is still rarely found in several references in journals. The reference in question is the use of semantic analysis on texts, books, conversations or speaking, novel and much more. Preposition is one element of language to compose sentences in language. The aim of this research is to investigate the study of meaning regarding prepositions in novels. The novel entitled “21 Lesson for the 21st Century” by Yuval Noah Harari is used in this research. In this novel, the researcher found tht there are 73 preposition and 10 common preposition that used in this novel. The words “of, in, that, for, on, as, with, by, about, from” are the common preposition that used in this novel. In this study, researchers will read the novel, then analyze it. This analysis used to look for prepositions and foods contained in prepositions. Alphabetis is also used to facilitate researchers in delivering research results.
Investigating Investigating the Use of Java-English Accent In The EFL Class Febriana Aminatul Khusna; Lilia Indriani
Musamus Journal of Language and Literature Vol 4 No 1 (2021): Musamus Journal of Language and Literature
Publisher : Universitas Musamus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mujolali.v4i1.3528


English is an international language and its status in Indonesia as a foreign language. In learning English the learner must understand the usage of grammar, pronunciation of words, function of using words, etc. Pronunciation of words is one part that can not be separated from learning a language. In English language, the pronunciation of the word is included in the accent part that is used. At Tidar University, Central Java nearly 80 present of students comes from the Java area and uses Javanese accents. In other words, for those who are studying English, they have to adjust the use of accents when they speak English. This research is related to the accents used by students of English education study programs, universities in the TPTEFL class (theory and principle in teaching English as foreign language). Descriptive qualitative methods with data analysis using comparison and contrast or Received Pronunciation (RP) were used in this study. As a result, there were students whose pronunciation of English sounds was not optimal and tended to mix with Javanese accents. In this case, there are five voice-shifting speakers. Bilabial, interdental, velar, alveolar and glottal are the sounds that come out in this discussion.
The The Word Formation Process of Suffixes in “Leave Beautiful” Song Album by Astrid S. Febriana Aminatul Khusna; Dini Nurlaila Fadilah
IALLTEACH (Issues In Applied Linguistics & Language Teaching) Vol 3 No 1 (2021): Issues in Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching
Publisher : Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris (Universitas Internasional Batam)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37253/iallteach.v3i1.4448


Linguistics is the science that tries to understand the language from the perspective of its internal structure. The affix is the one of part I the linguistics study. The affix word is one of the vital things in a grammar. An affix serves to form meaning in a word. A suffix is an affix that is placed at the end of the word. This study aims to analyze the existence of the suffix in Astrid S.'s "Laeave Beautiful" album. This album has 16 songs. In analyzing the suffix, the researcher uses Yule's (2020) theory. Qualitative descriptive method and content analysis as the instrument is used in this research to find the valid data. The result, researchers found 74 words that use the suffix. with six types of suffixes; -s / -es, -ed, -fu, -ing, -ly and -ize. The researchers also classified these suffixes into derivational and inflectional groups. The researchers found that there are 51 inflectional types and 23 derivational types.
The Influence of L1 in Learning L2; A Case Study of Java-English in Tidar University Febriana Aminatul Khusna; Sekar Lathifatul Aliyah
Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Manado

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30984/jeltis.v1i1.1510


Pronunciation is a significant aspect in communication that associates to how people reveal words for communication. People who speak with the L2 language can be impacted with their L1 in their pronunciation. The accent of L1 tends to dominate L2 in pronouncing a particular word. Thus, it also cannot be easily discharged when someone speaks in L2. This research intends to investigate the impact of L1 in learning L2, especially the Javanese accent, into an English accent. Descriptive qualitative would be utilized as the methodology for constructing this paper. Subsequently, the data would be analyzed using the Comparison and Contrast by Clark (1995) method. Based on the finding, the researchers found 15 words pronounced with Javanese accents. It indicates that L1 can influence pronouncing a word in L2. It will be better if this condition can be conquered. Learning and practicing more are advised in order to retaliate this problem. 
Identifying the Used of Filers in Speaking Fluency of Asian Novice Teachers Febriana Aminatul Khusna; Lilia Indriani
International Journal of English Learning and Applied Linguistics (IJELAL) Vol 2, No 2 (2022): The Collaborative of Linguistics and Literature in English Learning
Publisher : University of Darussalam Gontor

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (363.404 KB) | DOI: 10.21111/ijelal.v2i2.7175


Speaking skill is a skill that must be possessed by everyone, especially for a teacher. However, for a novice teacher who is teaching, speaking fluently in front of the class for the first time it is certainly not easy. Then, not infrequently in conveying material, they often use fillers. The purpose of this descriptive qualitative research is to investigate the used of fillers in speaking fluency, especially for novice teachers in Asia. Class observation is chosen in this study to find out the concrete data. Researchers use Brown and Abeywickrama's (2010) theory as to classification of the level of fluency in speaking. This research was conducted at one of the state universities in Indonesia. As a result, the level of fluency which was followed by 16 novice teachers in Asia was classified as good with a presentation of 48.6%. In addition, the researcher also found that the use of filers showed the number 1,215 consisting of 12 fillers words. However, this percentage of numbers shows that the novice teachers are strongly advised to reduce the use of these fillers.
Content Analysis: Language Skills Comparison on the KTSP and K-13 English Textbooks Febriana Aminatul Khusna
Journal of Language Intelligence and Culture Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021): Journal of Language Intelligence and Culture
Publisher : Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teacher Training, IAIN Jember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35719/jlic.v3i1.28


Education is one of the main focuses in every country. The better the quality of education in a country, the easier it will be to improve and build the quality of the country in various fields. The status of English language in Indonesia is a foreign language. This condition causes many Indonesian people still having difficulty in learning and using it. Using textbooks is one of the alternative in delivering material. However, the textbook used must be made in accordance with the applicable curriculum. Each curriculum has its main focus respectively in learning. The purpose of this study is to interrogate and compare the main focus in language skills that are applied in English language textbooks. “Developing English Competence for SMA/MA grade XII (KTSP)” with “Bahasa Inggris Edisi Revisi 2018 SMA/MA/SMK/MA/MAK Kelas XII” are used in this research. Descriptive qualitative research with content analysis method is used in this research to get the best data.