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INVESTIGATION OF DECODING FILLERS USED IN AN ENGLISH LEARNING TALK SHOW “ENGLISH WITH ALICE” Ridwin Purba; Herman Herman; Veronika R. M Manullang; Magdalena Ngongo
English Review: Journal of English Education Vol 10, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : University of Kuningan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25134/erjee.v10i1.5352

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This research was conducted to analyze decoding fillers in English learning talk show. The researchers made two groups of non-native English speakers to investigate fillers, Group one with little or no abroad experienced speakers and Group two with long term abroad experienced speakers. The researchers used descriptive qualitative as a method that describes an objective situation or certain event based on facts that appear or should be followed by an attempt to draw general conclusion. The procedure is ethnographic research which is ethnographic by qualitative enable researchers to understand the data by the functions of language (words, phrase and sentence) by grouping words that have same functions into categories. The researchers would analyze and conclude the data to be studied. In this research the data to be reviewed is English with Alice which contain fillers. The researchers found one hundred sixty-eight fillers with the exclusion of filler used by the host and both of speakers. After analyzing the data, the researchers found that 2 groups (14 guests) in the talk show English with Alice used different functions of decoding fillers. The functions in Group one are mostly (a) to begin and close a discourse and (c) to hold the floor. Moreover, the functions in Group two are mostly (c) to hold the floor and (g) to express the response.
THE INVESTIGATION OF MODALITY AND ADJUNCT IN SPOKEN TEXT OF PROPOSING A GIRL USING WAIJEWA LANGUAGE BASED ON HALLIDAY’S SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTIC APPROACH Magdalena Ngongo
English Review: Journal of English Education Vol 10, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : University of Kuningan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25134/erjee.v10i1.5382

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This paper is aimed to describe modality and adjunct in spoken text of proposing girl using Waijewa language. Modality refers to degrees of indeterminacy. It is to construe the region of uncertainty that lies between ‘yes’ and ‘no’. It refers not only to verb modal but also to modality idea. Thus, modality is manifested into two ways, namely modalization and modulation. The use modality grammar enables people to emphasize what can or cannot be done on what is ordered or offered. Data informing this study were from observation by recording oral texts of proposing a girl happened in Wewewa community. These data then were transcribed and analysed based on systemic functional grammar. The results showed that the use of modality was realized simultaneously by verb such as baka amiko-ngga dede wa kadanu … ‘I will come to take my handbag…’. The use of modality showed varieties of probabilities and obligation. Modalization tended to be uttered by bride’s party whereas modulation by groom’s party. This fact indicated interpersonal relationship in which groom’s party took a position as humble as possible in speaking and usually agreed everything stated or asked by bride’s parents. While bride’s party was dominant in speaking. This condition was influenced by honour value as one of the six values in this text. The use of adjunct related to mood adjunct that covered modal adjunct such as probability, usuality, obligation, obviousness, intensity, and polarity; and comment adjunct such as admissive, desiderative, entreaty, evaluative, opinion, predictive, persuasive, and presupposition.
‘WE ALL ARE PERFECTLY IMPERFECT’: AN INTERPERSONAL METAFUNCTION OF MUNIBA MAZARI’S SPEECH IN A CASE ON SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS Narambean Simanjuntak; Rodia Mestina Simaremare; Nanda Saputra; Magdalena Ngongo; Herman Herman
English Review: Journal of English Education Vol 10, No 3 (2022)
Publisher : University of Kuningan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25134/erjee.v10i3.6326

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This study aims to find out the elements of the interpersonal function used in Muniba Mazari's speech and to find out the most dominant elements of interpersonal function. The source of data takes from a video of Muniba Mazari's speech that was examined by the researcher. The data of this research are clauses that have an element of interpersonal function spoken by Muniba Mazari’s speech. The instrument of data collection used is documentation in the form of video recording, and for technique of data collection is documentation method. To analyze the data involves four steps namely: data collection, data condensation, data display, and the last conclusion drawing. Based on the result findings of this research, the frequency of the subject 231 (25,41%), finite 173 (19,03%), while residue elements predicator 204 (22,44%), complement 189 (20,79%), circumtantial adjunct 40 (4,40%), conjunctive adjunct 32 (3,53%), comment adjunct 25 (2,75%), and the last mood adjunct 15 (1,65%). The result showed the most dominant element interpersonal function structure used in Muniba Mazari’s speech is subject with the total percentage is 25,41%. Based on the results it can be concluded that this research can be used as insight and useful as a model to discuss interpersonal functions in a speech. And the researcher hopes that readers can increase their knowledge when conducted analyzing interpersonal functions in a speech because it is very important to know the meaning of each clause conveyed.