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English Journal Literacy Utama
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It is a peer-reviewed journal published on October 29th, 2018 by Study Program of English Language, Faculty of Languages, Universitas Widyatama, Indonesia. English Journal Literacy UTama (EJL-UTama) is published twice a year form October to March and from April to September. The scopes of this journal include, though not limited to the following topics, class action research, applied linguistics, linguistics, pragmatics, critical discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, culture and literature. English Journal Literacy UTama (EJL-UTama) also uses the LOCKSS system to ensure the journal records are stored safely.
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THE CONCEPTUALIZATION OF HAPPINESS USING FORCE IMAGE SCHEMA IN HUNGER GAMES TRILOGY BOOKS: COGNITIVE SEMANTIC STUDIES Raiyasmi, Dean; Sari, Puspita
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This research analyses the conceptualization of happiness using force image schema in hunger games trilogy books. This research is aimed at elaborating how the process of conceptualizing happiness by using force image schema and analyzing force image by using image schema and other image schema that plays an important role in determining happiness itself as force. The method used in this research is descriptive analysis method. The data are elaborated and described by using conceptual metaphor and force image schema. The results of the conceptualization of happiness using force image schema are occurred due to the lexical items used in each data. Even though these data are classified as happiness using force image schema, each data has different process due to the lexical items used in each sentence. Moreover, one of the data shows a complicated process which involves several image schemas to create a concept of happiness as force.
INVESTIGATING IMPLICATURE IN ILLOCUTIONARY ACTS EMPLOYED BY MUSEUM GUIDE AND ENGLISH SPEAKING TOURISTS Legiansyah, Ginanjar; Supri, Ida Zuraida
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This research aims at identifying types of implicature and analyzing types speech acts and the strategies employed by the speakers and hearers during the visit at the Museum Asian African Conference. The method used in this research is qualitative descriptive analysis, where the data is collected, then sorted and categorized and finally analyzed based on the theory. The results show that 1) two types of implicatures are found; conversational implicature (91%) and conventional implicature (9%), 2) Four types of illocutionary acts encountered in the conversation; assertive (90%), directive (6%) commissive (93%) and expressive (1%) and 3) Both strategies are used in delivering illocutionary acts; direct strategies (94%) is more dominant than the indirect one (6%).
PHONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS ON BLENDING AND SEGMENTING FOR EARLY LITERACY OF K-1 AND K-2 CHILDREN IN I CAN READ ENGLISH COURSE IN BANDUNG CITY Herlambang, Bagus; Supri, Ida Zuraida
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The research deals with blending and segmenting of reading acquisition skills given to the Early Literacy of K-1 and K-2 Children in I Can Read English Course in Bandung City. The research aims at identifying (1) which skill should be taught first to the students of bilingual school (K1 and K2), blending or segmenting and (2) in using the blending and segmenting, which word divisions (CVC, VCC, CCV) should be taught first to the students of bilingual school (K1-K2). The main data source in this descriptive quantitative research is taken mainly from 38 students of I Can Read English Course studying in bilingual school of K1 and K2. The research stage consists of following steps: Dividing students into two groups, which will be taught Segmenting-Blending and Blending-Segmenting for ten (10) meetings, providing a list of three word division groups which will be used by the instructor later to test the student
DIGLOSSIA ON NOVEL Andini, Erin Bella; Simatupang, ervina CM
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TRANSLATION METHODS AND TECHNIQUES A TRANSLATION STUDY FROM ENGLISH TO INDONESIAN Nabilah, Nasya Rizki; Sujatna, Meita Lukitawati
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This study is entitled "Analysis of Translation Methods and Techniques in the Novel Curse of the Wendigo by Rick Yancey. Study: Translation ". The data source used is a novel titled the Curse of the Wendigo by Rick Yancey. The objectives of this research are to (1) identify the translation method used in the translation of the novel The Curse of the Wendigo by Rick Yancey. (2) identify the types of translation techniques used in the translation of Rick Yancey's novel The Curse of the Wendigo. (3) identify the relationship between the translation methods and techniques used in the translation of Rick Yancey's novel The Curse of the Wendigo. The method used in this research is a qualitative descriptive approach. The theoretical basis of this research is the theory of the Newmark translation method (1988) and the Molina & Albir (2002) translation techniques. The results of this study indicate that there are: (1) seven translation methods used, namely literal (3.2%), faithful (3.2%), semantic (45.2%), adaptation (3.2%) ), idiomatic (3.2%), free (9.7%), and communicative (32.3%). (2) 17 translation techniques used are adaptation (1.2%), amplification (2.4%), borrowing (3.5%), calculating (2.4%), compensation (1.2%), description (2.4%), prevalent equivalent (3.5%), generalization (2.4%), linguistic amplification (9.4%), linguistic compression (17.6%), literal (20%), modulation ( 7.1%), particularization (2.4%), reduction (1.2%), substitution (1.2%), variation (3.5%), and transposition (18.8%). (3) six of the seven translation methods related to the translation technique used.
COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLES IN NEGOTIATION: A CASE STUDY OF THE PULSE SHOOTING TRAGEDY Manuhuruk, Daniel Boy; Siregar, Alvii T.B.
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The research is based on the case study of 911 Emergency Call
TYPES AND FUNCTIONS IN MEASURING SUBJECTS OF E-COMMERCE E-MAIL: A PRAGMATICS STUDY Wannal, Nasstasya Ilona de; Heryono, Heri
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Transaction of e-commerce is often used to refer to selling physical products online, but can also describe all types of commercial transactions that are facilitated through the internet. This study aims to describe the kinds of Speech Actions in the use of Language as the subject of E-Commerce E-Mail and identify the function of speech acts used in the subject of E-Commerce E-Mail. Advertising is manifested in various forms (declarative, interrogative, imperative or a combination thereof), but all of which state the request or function invite to do something. This is in accordance with the nature of advertising that is persuasive. Then, the variety of languages used is business variety, as well in general, advertisements are presented with simple language and sufficient style interesting, which among others looks at aspects of typography, poetic expressions, and use of repetitive. The method used in this study is a descriptive method. The researcher collects data containing Speech Acts on E-Mail E-Commerce, classifies data according to its type, analyzes data, then draws conclusions from the results of the study. The results of the study show that: (1) there are 4 types of speech acts found in this study, which are locutionary, illocutionary, perlocutionary and combinations and (2) speech act functions found in the analysis are dominated by representative functions.
THE ENDEAVOUR OF LANGUAGE MAINTENANCE (A CASE STUDY EXPERIENCED BY AN INDONESIAN IMIGRANT IN NORWAY) Zakiyah, Fathimah Nuruz; Gunawan, Hero
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This research discusses language maintenance experienced by an Indonesian immigrant in Norway. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative method by using two instruments: interview and questionnaire. Two types of questions are used in the instrument, i.e. close-ended and open-ended ones. The objective of this research is to explain what kinds of activities as the endeavor of the immigrant in maintaining his native language (Indonesian). The result indicates that the activities conducted by the immigrant as the effort to maintain his native language (Indonesian) cover: 1) Joining the community of Indonesian immigrant in which he can do many activities like gathering together, having meals and travelling together, and discussing various topics including religious ones, 2) periodically-homecoming through which he can visit his family, relatives and friends such as during the Idul Fitri Holiday, 3) communicating with the family (once a week) in Indonesia through telephone or any other media like skype (video call) and facetime, even almost every day if using messaging app infacebook messenger, 4) listening to Indonesian songs, 5) watching Indonesian films, 6) looking for Indonesian news, 7) utilizing social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Path and Snapchat as communication media with his friends in Indonesia.

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