Paramita Kusumawardhani, Paramita
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The analysis of errors of omission in english narrative composition made by EFL students Kusumawardhani, Paramita
(JELE) Journal Of English Language and Education Vol 3, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Mercu Buana Yogyakarta

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This research was done to investigate kinds of errors of omission, classify them, explain the characteristics of the errors and evaluate the errors produced by the English foreign learners. Errors of omission could happen because the learners were still lack of form or grammar that is supposed to have in the sentence but the learners omit it. Writing is the most difficult skill in learning English as what is spoken is different with what is written. The writing skills are complex and certainly difficult to teach, requiring not only of grammatical and theoretical devises but also conceptual and judgmental elements. The research was done by using descriptive method and the data were collected from 20 English Foreign Learners English Narrative Composition. The results found in the learners English narrative composition are Omission of "Of" for about 5 errors or 25%, Omission of "Auxiliary" for about 3 errors or 15%, Omission of "Articles" for about 3 errors or 15%, Omission of "Countable and Uncountable Nouns" for about 4 errors or 20%, Omission of "Apostrophes" for about 3 errors or 15% and Omission of "Preposition" for about 2 errors or 10%.
THE ANALYSIS OF MORPHOLOGY IN WRITING AN ENGLISH NARRATIVE COMPOSITION Kusumawardhani, Paramita
Wanastra: Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 7, No 1 (2015): Periode Maret 2015
Publisher : Wanastra: Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra

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The purpose of the research is to analyze about morphology in writing an English narrative composition. Morphology is the study of morphemes which are the smallest significant units of grammar. There are two kinds of morphology, they are derivational and inflectional. Affixes such as suffixes, infixes, prefixes, ablaut and reduplication are kinds of derivational morphology, meanwhile plural, possessive, past time, progressive, comparative and superlative are kinds of inflectional morphology. Morphology mostly used in writing and writing is the most difficult part in English subject as what it is said different from what it is written. Writing is related to composition and there 4 kinds of composition, they are: argumentation, description, exposition and narration. The morphology itself sometimes gives some difficulties to the learners when they are studying about writing.  Keywords: Morphology, Derivational, Inflectional, Writing Narrative Composition
Error Analysis in Writing an English Narrative Composition Kusumawardhani, Paramita
Lingua Cultura Vol 9, No 2 (2015): Lingua Cultura Vol. 9 No. 2
Publisher : Bina Nusantara University

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The purpose of the research were to know the errors which have been made by the learners in their English narrative composition and it is also to know why they made the errors, to identify the errors made by the learners, to correct the errors, to improve the teaching quality which is appropriate with the curriculum and the syllabus and to get the data and the explanation about the difficulties in studying English especially in writing the English narrative composition. The method used in this research is descriptive method. Descriptive method means the method which tries to give thedata and the explanation about the recent symptoms. The data was taken from 20 students and it was taken by asking the learners to make the English narrative composition, classifying then analyzing the errors found in their composition.The errors that have been found in the compositions are 30 items or 15% for errors of selection, 25 items or 12, 5% for errors of ordering, 115 items or 57, 5% for errors of omission and 30 items or 15% for errors of addition. Some identifying, classifying, analyzing and correcting the errors have been done to correct the errors that have been found. It was done in order to minimize and avoid the same errors happen again in the learners’ English narrative composition.
THE ANALYSIS OF CONJUNCTIONS IN WRITING AN ENGLISH NARRATIVE COMPOSITION: A SYNTAX PERSPECTIVE Kusumawardhani, Paramita
Wanastra: Jurnal Bahasa dan Sastra Vol 9, No 1 (2017): Maret 2017
Publisher : ABA BSI Jakarta

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The purpose of the research is to analyze about conjunctions as a part of syntax in writing an English narrative composition. Syntax is the study of the rules that govern the ways in which words combine to form phrases, clauses and sentences. Syntax is one of the major components of grammar. Noam Chomsky (2007) stated, “Syntax is the study of the principles and processes by which sentences are constructed in particular languages. Syntactic investigation of a given language has as its goal the construction of a grammar that can be viewed as a device of some sorts for producing the sentences of the language under analysis”. Conjunctions are also part of Syntax discussed in this paper. There are also parts of speech. There are eight parts of speech such as verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions and interjections. A conjunction connects words, phrases or clauses. Writing is related to composition and there 4 kinds of composition, they are: argumentation, description, exposition and narration. Data was taken from 20 learners’ English narrative compositions. They were taken by asking the learners to make an English narrative composition. After taking the data then classifying, analyzing and correcting were done. There were some kinds of syntax were found in the learners’ English narrative compositions, they are: 5 items of subordinate conjunctions, 3 items of coordinate conjunctions and 2 item of conjunctive adverbs. Keywords: Syntax, Conjunctions, Writing Narrative Composition
Denotative and Connotative Meaning in One direction’s Songs Lyric: A Semantic Perspective Sari, Arsiska; Kusumawardhani, Paramita
ELT-Lectura Vol 3 No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Universitas Lancang Kuning

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The purpose of this analysis is to find out some words that contains with connotative anddenotative meaning on specific object in the three one direction’s songs lyric based on Withers and Keami(2003) as the activity in semantic class. The data was taken from the text, found in the three different songslyric:“Hey Angel”, “Long Way Down”, and “Drag me Down” by One Direction in their album “Make in theA.M”. Descriptive qualitative employed as the method in this research. After analyzing the data found fromthe lyrics, this study found that (1) Some lyrics contained with connotative and denotative meaning onreferrring a specific object, (2) Connotative meaning found more dominant compare than dennotativemeaning.