Morphological Process Of Subject – Verb Agreement In Dawan Language Spoken In Baunuba Village

MOLO, Fransiska Anisia (2018) Morphological Process Of Subject – Verb Agreement In Dawan Language Spoken In Baunuba Village. Diploma thesis, Unika Widya Mandira.

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The title of this study is “Morphological Process of Subject – Verb Agreement in DL Spoken in Baunuba Village.” The problems of the study are the following (1) What is the morphological process of subject-verb agreement of DL spoken in Baunuba Village? (2) What is the bound morpheme in DL spoken in Baunuba Village? In order to reach the goal of the study the writer used descriptive qualitative method. Four native speakers of Baunuba Village were choosen as informants who can speak both of DL and Indonesia Language. The informants were over thirty years old. The instruments used by the writer was sentence translation. The data in DL spoken in Baunuba Village were translated by gloss and idiomatic gloss into English. The writer took three verbs as an example in analyzing and describing the data. Such verbs include eat, drink, see to answer the first problem and verbs drink and hungry were taken for analyzing the bound morpheme in DL spoken in Baunuba Village. The result of this study shows that there are subject-verb agreement and bound morpheme in DL spoken in Baunuba Village. There are three kinds of subject-verb agreement. 1. The subject-verb agreement occurs in the different changing sound/ phonem of the verb. The example shown in verb eat representing other verbs. The different changing sounds of the verb eat are /θ/, ua-/, /ah-/, and /ia-/ to form the verbs ua, mua , nah/tah,and mia. 2. In the first consonant of the initial sounds of the verb drink representing other verbs. The verb drink has final sounds of //θ/, /m-/, /n-/, and /t-/, to form the verb iun, miun, niun, and tiun. 3. The subject-verb agreement occurs in the same form of verbs of all kinds of subjects of the verb see representing other verbs in DL. Subject-verb agreement relates to the personal pronoun functioning as the subject of the verb. They are the first singular person au ‘I,’ the second singular person ho ‘you’ (singular), the third singular person in ‘she/he,’ the first plural person hai ‘we’ (exclusive) and hiat ‘we’ (inclusive), the second plural person he ‘you’ (plural), and the third plural person sian ‘they.’ There are some time markers in DL spoken in Baunuba Village. The time markers are shown in certain lexicons with their various different lexical meanings and the syntactic patterns position. Those time markers include, 1. fe ‘still,’ which fe places before the verb ua ‘eat’. 2. sedang ‘while’ places before the verb ‘eat’ which marks progressive action. 3. Akenainen/ain ‘already’ places after the goal maka ‘rice’ that marks perfectum action. The time markers are related to the time of action. The bound morpheme occurs in the inflectional sound of verb. The verb shown in the words iun ‘drink’ and mnah ‘hungry’ representing other verbs in DL spoken in Bunuba Village. Base form of iun ‘drink’ and if it is added with prefix {m-, t-, n.} become miun, tiun, niun which means ‘drink’ (v) and Base form of mnah ‘hungry’ and if it is added with prefix {na-, mu-, mi-, ta-.} become namnah, mumnah, mimnah and tamnah which means ‘hungry’ (v).Based on the finding the suggestion is offered to other researcher to make a study of subject-verb agreement in DL in negative and interrogative forms.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Dawan Language, syntactic pattern, S-V agreement, time markers, bound morpheme.
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GN Anthropology
L Education > L Education (General)
P Language and Literature > PE English
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan > Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Andreas M. Pati
Date Deposited: 25 Oct 2019 01:53
Last Modified: 25 Oct 2019 01:53

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