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The Analysis of Colloquial Words on Updates Status of Facebook Mohammad Sofyan Adi; Feny Nur Fadilah
Surakarta English and Literature Journal Vol 4, No 1 (2021): FEBRUARY
Publisher : University of Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.52429/selju.v4i1.526

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The research design of this study is a descriptive qualitative design that on analyzing colloquial words on updates status of facebook from October until December 2020. The objective of the study generally is to find out some types of technical terms used to form colloquial words found on updates status of facebook. They are: Abbreviation, Clipping, Blending, Hypocorism, and Acronyms. Based on the data analysis, from eight types of technical terms presented, five types of technical terms are found by the researcher. The types are not found in the study such as Prefix, Suffix, and combination of Suffix and Prefix. The most frequently used in colloquial words on updates status are Abbreviation, Clipping, and Acronyms. In terms of sociolinguistics, all users of colloquial words in facebook are adult and from educational classes. There are only a few users of colloquial words using colloquial words.
Analysis of Morphological Errors in Students' Writing Mohammad Sofyan Adi
International Journal of English Education and Linguistics (IJoEEL) Vol 4, No 1 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Nurul Jadid

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33650/ijoeel.v4i1.3881

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The objectives of this research to investigated kinds of students’ morphological errors of SMK Ma'arif NU especially in writing narrative. This research is drawn in descriptive method. Twenty students of the tenth grade students at SMK Ma'arif Nu Gending are assigned to write narrative text in English based on the topic provided by the researcher. Students were asked to write text in 90 minutes. In this thesis, the researcher used morphological errors taxonomy to identify the students errors made by them. This research revealed about; the first, the participants contributed noun morphology errors, verb morphology errors, and adjective morphology errors. Second, the most frequent type of morphological errors contributed by participants was ‘misselection’. From this research, the research revealed that first language gave interferes their second language.