AN ANALYSIS OF FUNCTION WORD AND LEXICAL WORD IN MAGAZINE (A Case Study in Technology Review Magazine at Rubric “The Tabular View” on May, 1954 Edition

HENDRA MAULANA, (2015) AN ANALYSIS OF FUNCTION WORD AND LEXICAL WORD IN MAGAZINE (A Case Study in Technology Review Magazine at Rubric “The Tabular View” on May, 1954 Edition. Bachelor thesis, IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon.

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HendraMaulana. 14111330141. AN ANALYSIS OF FUNCTION WORD AND LEXICAL WORD IN MAGAZINE (A Case Study in Technology Review Magazine at Rubric “The Tabular View” on May, 1954 Edition). The people produce text, when they speak or write. The term “text” refers to any illustration of language, in any medium, that makes intelligence to someone who distinguishes the language (Halliday and Hasan, 1976:Chapter 1 in Halliday and Matthiessen. 2004:3). They published their text in the media such as mass media or electronic media. The information from mass media or electronic media will be easier to be understood if the language that is used in both of media have grammatical that is easy to be understood by the readers and listeners.This research aims to identify the function word and lexical word that are used inTechnology Review magazine at Rubric “the Tabular View” on May, 1954edition. Study of document becomes the technique of this research. This research also takes a library research method in analyzing data where the data is taken from internet. The website is www.technologyreview.com.Tabular View is the rubric as a main source data to be analyzed in this research. While studying the data, the steps include collecting and selecting every word which has relation in the function of function word and lexical word of Technology Review magazine at Rubric “the Tabular View” on May, edition of 1954. Afterwards, classifying and familiarizing, and interpreting the data.The researcher used Connaway, L. and Powell, R. (2010) Theory as the research method of this study. Furthermore, the aspects of this study are to classify the function word and lexical wordafter that find out the grammatical meaning of function word and lexical word. This research has the objectives to find out the role of function word and lexical word. Then, The function word categories are found in Technology Review Magazine at Rubric “The Tabular View” on May, edition of 1954 are 27 pronouns, 68 determiners, 16 conjunctions, 105 prepositions, and 22 auxiliary verbs, and The lexical words categories are found in Technology Review Magazine at Rubric “The Tabular View” on May, edition of 1954 are 187 nouns, 38 verbs, 32 adjective, and 17 adverbs.The function of function words in Technology Review Magazine at Rubric “The Tabular View” on May, edition of 1954 are such asPronouns: possessive pronoun, relative pronoun, demonstrative pronoun, and personal pronoun.Determiner: definite article, indefinite article, possessive adjective, possessive pronoun, and demonstrative.Preposition: are sequence (then), exclusion (one or the other), and addition (also).Conjunction: post modify noun, function as adverbials, function as the complement of a verb, and functionas adverbial by modifying verb phrase. Auxiliary: to contribute the grammatical meaning past perfect, past, present, present perfect, modal future, and modal future tense.The function of lexical words in Technology Review Magazine at Rubric “The Tabular View” on May, edition of 1954 are such as Nouns: subject, object, and complement.Verbs: voice, tense, aspect, and mood. Adjectives: modifier a noun.Adverbs: modifier of verb, pre-modifier noun phrase, pre-modifier adjective. Key words: Function word, Lexical Word,Analyses of Magazine.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
Subjects: Pendidikan > Pendidikan (Umum) > Model Pembelajaran
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > 3. Tadris Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: rosyidah rosyidah rosyidah
Date Deposited: 12 May 2017 01:59
Last Modified: 12 May 2017 01:59
URI: http://repository.syekhnurjati.ac.id/id/eprint/2874

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