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Journal : English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings

SPEECH ACT AND POLITENESS STRATEGY OF RASULULLAH MUHAMMAD SAW ON THE BOOK OF HADITH BUKHARI Alhamidi, Wilda Zaki; Purnanto, Dwi; Djatmika, Djatmika
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 3 (2019): 3rd ELLiC Proceedings: Reimagining New Cyber-based Research in English Education, Lit
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang

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This research reviews prophet Muhammad SAW utterances when talking to people who had different paradigms from him. The data used in this research are the conversations of prophet Muhammad to non-moslim in book hadith of Bukhari. This research is qualitative study and to analyze the data is used heuristics method. The result shows that from 34 Rasulullah Muhammad’s speeches against non muslim people are found 3 types of speech acts, those are 16 directive speech acts, 17 assertive and 1 rogative. Moreover the most dominant politeness that arises is negative politeness. It happened because negative politeness is used to protect negative face that was used for a social relationship between speaker and hearer. Furthermore, Off the Record strategy is to be the most dominant in asertive type because a speaker (Prophet Muhammad) used a communication strategy by not stating directive speech directly to the non muslim as the hearer.
THE PERFECTIVE ASPECT OF COMPOUND VERBS IN JAPANESE Jannah, Annisa Nurul; Sumarlam, Sumarlam; Purnanto, Dwi
English Language and Literature International Conference (ELLiC) Proceedings Vol 3 (2019): 3rd ELLiC Proceedings: Reimagining New Cyber-based Research in English Education, Lit
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Semarang

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This paper will discuss about compound verbs (V + V) that have perfective aspect meaning. The compound verbs are ~ owaru, ~ oeru, and ~ yamu. The compound verbs will be attached to other verbs which are located in front of it. The aim of this paper is to find out the types of verb that are attached to the compound verbs that have the aspect meaning. Thus, it can be seen the types of verb, do the types include activity, retinal, static, or stative verb. From the structure, it can be seen the differences in the use of the three verbs, and whether they can replace each other. Based on the results and data analysis, it can be concluded that owaru and oeru can be attached to activity verb and those can replace each other. Whereas, yamu verb is only attached to static and negative verb which are natural phenomenon and human emotional verb that cannot replace owaru and oeru verb in a sentence because those are not acceptable.