Afrianto, Afrianto
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Revisiting English Competence at Hotel Afrianto, Afrianto; Gulö, Ingatan
TEKNOSASTIK Vol 17, No 1 (2019): TEKNOSASTIK
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (187.9 KB) | DOI: 10.33365/ts.v17i1.248

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This study aims at coming up with English competence at hotel. Going along with that aim, this study focuses on one hotel in Bandar Lampung which has been developing; it is Novotel hotel. This chosen hotel meets with the criteria of hotel targeted. Further, this study was conducted qualitatively because it pursued deep findings dealing with English competence of some duties in hotel, such as reception and handling guest. Besides, questioner was employed to gather data and then interview was also conducted to have more concrete data. At last, this study came up with the detail findings of the average of English proficiency based on the positions. Furthermore, this study formulated the common expressions used to host and serve customers.
Existential Process in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secret: A Systemic Functional Linguistic Study Afrianto, Afrianto; Inayati, Anisa
TEKNOSASTIK Vol 14, No 1 (2016): TEKNOSASTIK
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (326.499 KB) | DOI: 10.33365/ts.v14i1.83

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Dealing with sense of experience people undergo, transitivity construes the process of the experiences. One of the processes in transitivity is discussed here, that is existential process. Qualitatively conducted, this research employs Hallidayan theoretical framework especially transitivity which covers six processes, they are material, mental, verbal, behavioural, relational and the last one is existential process.  This process construes existence of matters such as people, things, events, actions and moments which are called as existent. Discussing process, this research focuses on clause because transitivity analysis lies on clauses. Basically, clauses found are not all in form of clause but some of them are taken from clause complex which are then broken down into clauses. Further, there are twenty clauses found engaging existential processes and dummy subject (there). Those processes are auxiliary verb or to be (was and were). Thus far, the existential processes construe two types of existent, they are entity and event. Thirteen of twenty clauses carry out the existent of entity which covers people and things while the rest construe the existent of event which covers action and moment. Another point found is circumstance; there are ten circumstances which are categorized into three types, they are circumstance of place, circumstance of time, and circumstance of manner (comparison).