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INTERLANGUAGE ANALYSIS IN WRITTEN TEXTS MADE BY THE NINTH GRADERS OF SMP K ST.YORIS SEMARANG

Yohanes, Anita (2014) INTERLANGUAGE ANALYSIS IN WRITTEN TEXTS MADE BY THE NINTH GRADERS OF SMP K ST.YORIS SEMARANG. Undergraduate thesis, BAHASA & ILMU BUDAYA.

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Abstract

The research paper is entitled “Interlanguage Analysis in Written Texts Made by The Ninth Graders of SMP K St. Yoris Semarang”. In this research paper, the writer identified the grammatical errors and problem areas (morphology, syntax, lexicon).This research is qualitative research. The writer took the written text made by the third graders of SMP K St. Yoris Semarang as the data of this study. The data were analyzed by using three steps: first, segmenting the texts into sentences, second, identifying and classifying the interlanguage errors, third, explaining the interlanguage errors. There are 154 errors. Based on grammatical errors, they are past tense (31.8%), article (5.2%), conjunction (5.8%), preposition (7.2%), to infinitive (3.3%), verb phrase (0.6), concord: finite (8.5%), plural (5.2%), pronoun (11.7%), spelling (3.9%), choice of word (7.1%), error of meaning (8.5%), meaning and function of word (0.6), word order (0.6%). Based on problem area, they are morphology (25.3%), syntax (53.9%), lexicon (20.8%). The errors most dominantly realized is past tense (31.8%). It means in the written texts the students often use the simple past tense and the students’ capability about past tense is not well. The students were still confused about this tense.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: NIM:10.03.52.0037 SKR.III.05.01.0485
Uncontrolled Keywords: interlanguage analysis, written text, sentence
Subjects: ?? Linguistics ??
Faculty / Institution: ?? SkripsiBhs ??
Depositing User: Ani Mariawati
Date Deposited: 20 Mar 2014 03:39
Last Modified: 20 Mar 2014 03:39
URI: http://eprints.unisbank.ac.id/id/eprint/1946

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