Kategori Ganda dalam Bahasa Sasak Dialek Meno-mene di Mambalan, Gunungsari, Lombok Barat

Efendi, Satria (2015) Kategori Ganda dalam Bahasa Sasak Dialek Meno-mene di Mambalan, Gunungsari, Lombok Barat. S1 thesis, Universitas Mataram.

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Duality in words could be classified into noun (N) and verb (V) based on sentences and contexts of conversations. Duality in words phenomena not only happens in English, Bahasa, but also in Sasak language. Therefore, the researcher decided to conduct data analysis using Sasak language in Mambalan village as a research setting. In this research, the word-pattern of duality in words were discussed and its distribution for Sasak language in Mambalan village. Then, populations of this research are native speaker of Sasak language in Mambalan village. Samples are around 25 – 45 years old of native speaker who assumed that the informants are fit body and spiritual. Those data conducted used recording and noting. After conducting the data, these are analyzed through interlingual with correlation substitution, and hidden (lesap). Data of duality in words which focused by the researcher have double function in word class; as a noun (N) and as a verb (V)—based on the sentences and context of conversations. It is seen from word morphological process that a morpheme involved in null affixation called zero morphemes. So, the morphology would not be changed but its meaning. For examples, the word “tambah” (Sasak: mattock) could get different meaning in sentences and contexts: (1) “embe lain tambah nu?” (Sasak: “where is the mattock?”), and (2) “tambah tanak tie!” (Sasak: “hoe the ground!”). In the first sentence, the word “tambah” is classified as noun (N) based on semantic feature. It was different with “tambah” in the second sentence which is classified as verb (V) with the same reason. Afterwards, about its distribution in speaking Sasak language in Mambalan village, the researcher found syntactical function of those word classes as a subject (S), predicate (P), and object (O). It could be seen in a view of sentences: (1) “tambah jari bakatang nae” (Sasak: “a mattock hurt his legs”), (2) “tambah tanak tie” (Sasak: “hoe the ground!”), and, (3) “ye jauk tambah” (Sasak: “he brings a mattock”). In first sentence, “tambah” is functioned as subject (S), the second sentence as predicate (P) and the last one as the object (O).

Item Type: Thesis (S1)
Keywords (Kata Kunci): duality words, affixation zero morphemes. Sasak Language in Mambalan.
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan
Depositing User: Rini Trisnawati
Date Deposited: 02 May 2018 01:45
Last Modified: 02 May 2018 01:45
URI: http://eprints.unram.ac.id/id/eprint/3394

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