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TRAVERSE - Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27985296     DOI : 10.22334/traverse
Core Subject : Education, Social,
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics (TRAVERSE) is a journal aims to be a peer-reviewed platform and an authoritative source of information. We publish original research papers, review articles and case studies focused on language teaching, learning and applied linguistics context. The scope of TRAVERSE is, but not limited to: 1. Theory or practice in language teaching and learning, 2. language teaching methodology, 3. language curriculum design, 4. classroom management, 5. language learning and teaching problems, 6. Applied linguistics & discourse studies, 7. Computer assisted language learning, as well as related topics in language and applied linguistics.
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A structural ambiguity analysis in sentences found in the skeleton key novel Mahendra, I Gede; Maharani, Putu Devi; Karya, I Wayan Sidha
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (225.749 KB) | DOI: 10.22334/traverse.v3i1.50

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As social beings, humans need other individual to survive. In social life, humans interact and communicate with each other using languages which use to ask for help or exchange information. Often in verbal or non-verbal communication, someone provides information that has two or more different meaning thus confusing the interlocutors, this condition of information call ambiguous. This study entitle “A Structural Ambiguity Analysis In Sentences Found in The Skeleton Key Novel” is aimed to identify one of the types of surface ambiguity in the structural ambiguity in sentences found in The Skeleton Key novel, and to analyze pattern of structural ambiguity in sentences that were found in The Skeleton Key novel by tree diagrams. The data of this study were analyzed by using the qualitative method. From 12 data that were found in the data source, one of the data were analyzed as the sample of this study. From six types of surface ambiguity propose by Kriedler (1998) only one of the types was analyzed for this research. It was a coordinate head with one modifier. In this research, the researcher found that the structure of sentence structure will affect the meaning of the sentence itself. Thus the analysis of sentence structure using tree diagram will produce different meaning according to intented construction in tree diagram.
Study of english borrowing word in indonesian as found in habibie & ainun movie Dewi, Ni Komang Shintia Pradnyana; Sulatra, I Komang; Putra, I G. B. Wahyu Nugraha
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This research concerns with borrowing words in Indonesian as found in the movie. This research aims at (1) to identify the types of borrowing word; and (2) to identify the adaptations of borrowing words used in Habibie & Ainun movie. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative for analyzing the data. This study used the theory of Haugen in (Grosjean 1982) that was the type and the adaptation of borrowing words. The results showed that there were 2 types of borrowing words found in the data source namely loanword and loan shift. For the adaptation process, there are 2 kinds of adaptation processes found here, namely phonological adaptation and morphological adaptation. The occurrence of pure loan words was dominant compared to the other types. Borrowing words are often found in online and print media such as television, newspapers, magazines, internet, etc. Borrowing words are analyzed in this study to provide knowledge about the existence of word borrowing in Indonesian. The Indonesian borrows many words in English, of course increasing the number of vocabularies in Indonesian.
The types of illocutionary acts found in lean on me movie Rolandi, Alexandro; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti; Juniartha, I Wayan
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This study aimed at identifying the types illocutionary acts found in a movie entitled Lean On Me. The problems of this study is What types of illocutionary acts are found in the movie entitled Lean On Me?. This study employed descriptive and qualitative method to provide a well-organized description regarding the problems being identified. The data of this study were obtained by observation method through five steps, namely watching the Lean On Me movie. Then, finding out the movie script of Lean On Me. Furthermore, the writer read the movie script and took note of the illocutionary acts spoken by the characters in the movie Lean On Me. Eventually, the writer classified the data collected. There were five types of illocutionary act encountered they are, assertive, directive, commissive, expressive, and declarative. The result of the research indicates that there are 9 data of illocutionary act found in Lean On Me movie covering 2 assertive, 3 directive, 2 commissive, 1 expressive, and 1 declarative.
Analysis of command, order and request directive speech act found in frozen 2 movie Yani, Ni Kadek Windra; Maharani, Putu Devi
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Being a social human, people have a way to express their hopes, which produces a directive illocutionary act. Directive illocutionary acts are a fascinating phenomenon of illocutionary acts. This research used theory from Searle (1979) to find out the dominant three types of directive speech act, Leech theory (1983) about Aspect of Speech theory to analyzed the purpose of directive speech acts. The researcher used a descriptive qualitative approach to collect data, the data that are founds from the data source were analyzed by using formal and informal method to support the research. According to the findings of this study, there are three types of directive speech acts used by figures in Frozen 2 Movie, they are command (76%), order (11%), request (13%). The three dominant types have quite similar meaning but in this research the researcher try to analyses and find out their differences clearly
Analysis of expressive illocutionary act in the movie entitled the conjuring 2 Dewi, Ni Kadek Noviarianti Karisma; Utami, Ni Made Verayanti
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Language is one the foremost necessary ability folks use to interact with others. The fascinating phenomena in illocutionary act is the act are often use not just concerning what the speaker vocalization. The study aims to investigate the kinds of expressive illocutionary act found in the movie The conjuring 2 and also the context situation supports in the movie the conjuring 2. This study the writer used some methods there are descriptive qualitative and quantitative method. And also used some theories, first from Searle (1979) theory of types illocutionary act, Halliday and Hassan (1985) theory context situation. Based on the data, there are 32 utterances found in the movie with 6 types there are (22%) of thanking, (16%) of apologizing, (22%) of attitude, (28%) of greeting, (9%) of wishing, (3%) of congratulating and field, tenor, and mode as the context of situation found in the movie the conjuring 2.
Derivational affixes forming adjectives in class changing affixes found in nicola yoon’s novel entitled everything, everything Satyartini, Ni Putu Diah; Putra, IGB Wahyu Nugraha; Sulatra, I Komang
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This study entitled “Derivational Affixes Forming Adjectives in Class Changing Affixes Found in Everything, Everything Novel. It is focused on derivational affixes in forming adjectives in class changing affixes. The aims of this study are to find out the types of derivational affixes forming adjectives and to analyze the kinds of class changing affixes forming adjectives found in Nicola Yoon’s Novel Entitled Everything, Everything. This study used theories from Katamba (1993) to classify the types of derivational affixes and McCarthy (2002) to analyze the kinds of class changing affixes forming adjectives. Descriptive and qualitative methods were used to analyze the data while observation methods were used to collect the data. The result found that there are 11 affixes attached with 143 words in forming adjectives with the occurrence as follows suffix –able (11 or 7,6%), -ing (1 or 0,6%), -ed (1 or 0,6%), -ful (45 or 31,6%),-ive (3 or 2,2%), -less (24 or 16,8%), -al (16 or 11,2%), -ic (6 or 4,2%), -ous (11 or 7,6%), -y (22 or 15,4%) and -ish (3 or 2,2%). Furthermore, there are 2 kinds of class changing affixes to form adjectives : adjectives derived from verbs with 19 frequency or 13,3% and adjectives derived from nouns with 124 frequency or 86,7%. Thus, the most frequently used affixes forming adjectives found in Everything, Everything Novel is suffix -ful with 45 or 31,6% and the mostly used class changing affixes to form adjectives is adjectives derived from nouns with 124 frequency or 86,7%.
Hidden messages in pinterest’s public health advertisements: a semiotic analysis Sari, Ni Kadek Purnama; Suastini, Ni Wayan; Juniartha, I Wayan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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Advertisements are the media that used to promote a product, brand or service to a viewership to attract interest. The advertisement that used in this study is public health advertisement that can be found in Pinterest. Public health advertisement is aimed to provide information to the people about the idea of healthy life that would be benificial for society. Furthermore, this study combines verbal and nonverbal sign in order to give a certain effect to the advertisement. This study is aimed to describe the hidden messages that can be found in Pinterest’s public health advertisements. This study uses semiotics theory by Saussure (1983) and theory of meaning proposed by Barthes (1977) that supported by theory of color terms proposed by Wierzbicka (1996). The data were collected through observation method. In conducting this study, the descriptive qualitative method is used to analyze the data.The study concludes that both verbal and nonverbal signs found in each data carry hidden messages. In general, the advertisements convey the messages to encourage the readers to promote a healthy lifestyle that can be achieved through certain activities, namely, exercising regularly, eating healthy food, getting enough rest, and not doing the things that can harm their body as smoking cigarettes.
Hyperbole in song lyrics of sempiternal album by bring me the horizon Sari, Putu Indira Cika Mantika; Santika, I Dw Ayu Devi Maharani; Juniartha, I Wayan
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This research aims to identify and to analyze the meaning of hyperbole applied in the song lyrics of Sempiternal album by Bring Me the Horizon. The data were collected from eleven songs within the album. The research applied descriptive qualitative analysis using theory of figurative language by Knickerbocker and Renninger (1963) to determine the lyrics that contain hyperbole and theory of meaning by Leech (1981) to analyze the meaning of the hyperbole. The data in this study were presented descriptively. The result of the analysis shows thirteen hyperboles are found in the lyrics. The meanings found based on the lyrics with hyperbole consist of three kinds, namely connotative, affective, and conceptual. The dominant meaning is connotative as the hyperbole cannot be interpreted lexically.
Identify the types & reason of code mixing found in whatsapp group cargo department staff at ngurah rai airport Muttaqien, Siti Rohmawati Imam; Sulatra, I Komang; Jendra, I Made Indrawan
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The aims of this study are to find out (1) the types of code mixing found in WhatsApp Group cargo department by the staffs at Ngurah Rai Airport and (2) to analyse the reason of code mixing found in the WhatsApp Group by the staff at Ngurah Rai Airport. The data were taken from chat of cargo department staff in WhatsApp Group at Ngurah Rai Airport. The method of collecting data was starting from March 1 to 30, 2021. The analysis was done by applying descriptive qualitative method requires documentation to identify the types of code-mixing, purposed theory by Hoffman (1991) about the types of code mixing and the purposed reason of code-mixing theory from Holmes (2013). The result of this study shows that there two of three types that found in the WhatsApp Group cargo department by the staff at Ngurah Rai Airport, there are: Intra-sentential code mixing, intra-lexical code mixing and involvement in a change of pronunciation. The type of Intra-Sentential code-mixing was more commonly found in chat conversations by the staffs on WhatsApp group, who stated that it was easier not to change the language in the cargo world, which primarily used English, to keep it easier for interact and avoid misunderstandings in the handover of their assignments or job desks. Because this research is based on chat messages in a WhatsApp Group, types of involvement in a change in pronunciation can be identified because that type is part of speech. The reason of code-mixing purposed theory by Holmes (2013) there are four reasons, namely: Topic, participant, solidarity and status. Because the relationship between employees provided information about the duties being carried out between divisions, the topic became one of the most common causes for identifying code mixing in chat chats in WhatsApp groups by cargo department staff.
Pidgin english spoken by papua new guinea people in youtube videos Wengke, Febrianus; Putra, I G. B. Wahyu Nugraha; Jendra, I Made Iwan Indrawan
Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Language and Applied Linguistics
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (172.083 KB) | DOI: 10.22334/traverse.v3i1.59

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This research deals with Pidgin English spoken by Papua New Guineans found in YouTube videos. This study aims to identify the types of sentences in Pidgin English used by the people of Papua New Guinea and the differences between Pidgin English from Standard English. This study uses qualitative methods to carry out a clear and organized description of the problems identified. The data is taken from the narratives of Papua New Guineans found in YouTube videos. Applying Muhlhausler's (1978) theory to analyze the types of sentences used by Papua New Guineans found in YouTube videos and theory by Aitchison (1991) to distinguish between Pidgin English and Standard English. This study finds data based on the first study problem about sentence types such as the equative sentence mi citizen bilong la country 'We are the community on this country,' locative sentence yupela from East Sepik Province 'you are from East Sepik Province,' intransitive sentence mipela i simenim i go bek 'I am comment to return, and ' transitive sentence mi wokim ho na long em 'I am help them all.' The data contained in the second problem of research on differences in Pidgin English from Standard English such as the phonology em planti samting 'there are more,' the syntax so mi makim PNG 'so I marked PNG,' the dispela is lexicon of 'this is/is.'

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