A Corpus Based Study on the Syntactic Behavior and the Semantic of Preposition “In,On and At”

Harianti, Harianti (2020) A Corpus Based Study on the Syntactic Behavior and the Semantic of Preposition “In,On and At”. S2 thesis, Universitas Negeri Makassar.

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ABSTRACT The objectives of this study were to find out the kinds of the variations of syntactic behavior in preposition “in, on and at”, and to find out the meaning preposition “in, on, and at” in syntactic structure. The research was conducted through corpus base study. The data was collected from four books namely; Language Curriculum Design, Code Switching By Teachers In The Second Language Classroom, Teacher Talk in Classroom Interaction: A Study at an English Department in Indonesia, and Teaching English As A Foreign Language in Indonesian Schools in the Reform Era: What Do Teachers Have To Say?. The data gathered had been analyzed through data analysis proposed by Toriida (2016) namely target material, collecting corpus, word eliminations, and analyzes of the words. The data was collected by identifying the preposition “in,on and at” by using antconc application. The results of this study indicate that variations of syntactic behavior in prepositions "in, on and at" are in the type of time, location, occasion and position that are usually found in sentences that connect words to several components. Preposition “in, on and at” ussually connect to phrases, subject substitutes, and nouns. The meaning of preposition “in, on, at” in syntactic Structure have distingused meaning in every sentences based on context. In one of preposition, such as preposition in, is having several meaning. It also can be used to mark the place, time, direction, and introduce an object. Key word : Syntactic behavior, syntactic structure, the meaning of preposition. INTRODUCTION

Item Type: Thesis (S2)
Depositing User: Pustakawan Amaluddin Zaihal
Date Deposited: 13 Oct 2020 04:03
Last Modified: 13 Oct 2020 04:03
URI: http://eprints.unm.ac.id/id/eprint/18278

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