Kumpulan Skripsi & Artikel Jurnal Ilmiah

2009

Finite verb errors produced by the second year students of Petra I High School in their writing

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Author : DIANA, LENNY

This study is a qualitative study of the production of finite verb errors made by the high school students in their compositions. The data were collected from 30 writings which were written by the second year students of Petra 1 High School. The errors were analyzed in term of grammatical errors of the finite verbs (Strang, 1964), and in term of error analysis types (Littlewood, 1984). The results showed that in terms of grammatical errors, the majority of the students made errors in tenses, and in terms of error analysis types, many of the errors belong to the ambiguity type. In conclusion, the findings show that the students? ambiguity in understanding tense is responsible for their errors in producing finite verb tenses.

Keyword : finite verb errors, error analysis, types of errors

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/4457/

Grammatical errors produced by good readers and foor readers in their writing 4 in English Department in Petra Christian University

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Author : MELINA, TRIXIE

Grammatical errors often happen in writing composition. This problem can be influenced by another factor such as reading. Based on the fact and some researches, it shows that student who has more ability in reading competence will have better skill in writing. Based on that, the writer does this study in order to know whether or not it happens to twenty students in Petra Christian University or not and what kind of grammatical error categories which happen to those students with different background of reading skill. In order to make this study goes smoothly, this research uses comparative descriptive and qualitative approach to get the correct and valid answer. Because of that approach in doing the analysis, it shows that five grammatical error categories such as; omission, addition, misformation, misordering and haphazard substitution error happen on both of groups. Moreover, from the analysis both groups have the same order of the frequency of occurrence on those types. The order of frequency of occurrence from the biggest to the smallest both in the first group and the second group is: misformation-omission-addition-haphazard substitution and misordering, which becomes the last order from the other. Furthermore, the analysis also shows that from those kinds of types, which happen on those groups, shows that the second group always has higher frequency of occurrence than the first group for each type of errors. It means that the two groups have the same problem of learning

Keyword : grammatical errors, error analysis

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/5204/

Error analysis on parts of speech in the compositions written by the advanced english class students of Tourism Departement

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Author : YULIATI, LITA

This study is based on an error analysis of the written work of the Tourism Department students who have finished four semesters of a diploma program. The source of the data consists of twenty-five compositions written by twenty-five Advanced English students of Tourism Department at Petra Christian University. In conducting this study, the writer collected the data from the students of 2001 who took Advanced English class in 2004/2005 academic year. The purposes of the study are to reveal parts of speech errors and to find out the types of errors and their frequency of occurrence in the students? compositions. The errors are identified and classified using Linguistic Category Taxonomy. In addition, to describe the errors, Surface Strategy Taxonomy is used to show the surface changes are altered. The findings present the types of parts of speech errors, their detail description, and the frequency of occurrence of each error type. The result of the analysis shows that the verb category gains the highest percentage, while the adverb category gains the lowest percentage. Another category, noun also takes a dominant percentage in the whole errors. The findings show that the students do not commit many errors in the adverb. Viewed form the Surface Strategy Taxonomy, there are three types of error that occur in this study, which are omission, addition and misformation. The misordering type does not occur in this study. The students mostly committed errors on omission. It is proved by the high percentage of omission type. The other two surface changes, addition and misformation, also contribute certain numbers of error frequency. By doing this study, it is hoped that this study will give an input concerning the advanced learners? errors dealing with English parts of speech.

Keyword : error analysis, parts of speech, linguistic category, surface strategy taxonomy

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/5228/

An Analysis of the english grammatical errors found in english greeting cards composed and produced in Indonesia

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Author : ROSALINDA, YUANITA

This research is a study about grammatical errors. The main focus of the study is concentrated on the errors found in English greeting cards composed and produced in Indonesia. Grammar is an essential requirement toward a successful result in learning any language, including English. People have to pay more attention both to what they want to say and also how they are going to express their ideas in writing. Grammatical error in writing may disturb the coherence of the piece of writing. By using correct grammatical rule, writers will have good writing. Yet, making errors cannot be avoided. Therefore, the writer is eager to conduct a research on grammatical errors especially in English greeting cards composed and produced in Indonesia. The writer limited the types of greeting cards to Christmas cards (including New Year?s cards) and Valentine?s cards only. The total number of the greeting cards is 50 greeting cards which consist of 25 greeting cards for each type. Also, the writer is curious to know about the kinds of grammatical errors found in those greeting cards. Moreover, the writer also wants to know about the most frequent type of errors found in those greeting cards. Thus, to support this study theoretically, the writer used the theories of errors and error analysis. The writer used the theories of errors by Corder, Ellis, Dulay, and Richards, and the theories of error analysis by Dulay, Burt and Krashen. The writer used descriptive qualitative approach since the writer did the research with the data she found. While doing this, the writer also provided correct forms for the error. After getting the data, the writer analyzed the errors and classified them to omission, addition, misformation, misordering and haphazard substitution erros. The writer found that each of 50 greeting cards has an error. The writer also found that the most frequent type of errors found in both Christmas cards and Valentine?s cards was the same, that is, omission error. Finally, the writer concluded that there was quite a great deal of English greeting cards in Indonesia that might consist of errors. As a result, the learner should be more aware of choosing English greeting cards.

Keyword : grammar, grammatical error, error, error analysis, surface strategy taxonomy

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/5100/

A Comparative study of simple present tense errors produced by writing I and V students of english department Petra Christian University

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Author : LIMANTO, ALFRIED

This study concerns with simple present tense. Conducting this study, the writer is curious to know about the kinds of simple present tense errors produced by students of writing I and V of English Department, Petra Christian University in their writing. The writer also wants to know the most frequent type of error produced by students of writing I and V is. Besides, the writer also wants to compare the errors produced by students of writing I and V. Here, the writer investigates the similarities and or differences of simple present tense errors made by the students of writing I and V. Thus, this study is supported by the theories of errors, simple present tense, and error analysis. The writer uses the theories of errors by Dulay, Burt, and Krashen, Littlewood, and Corder, the writer also uses the theories of simple present tense by Murcia and Freeman and Schramper, and the theories on error analysis by Dulay, Burt, and Krashen, and Ellis. Moreover, the study uses qualitative approach in collecting and analyzing the data. Finally, the writer finds out that both of the writing I and V students of English Department, Petra Christian University produced omission, addition, misformation, and haphazard substitution errors in simple present tense. The writer also finds that the most frequent type of error produced by students of writing I and V is the same, that is, omission error. Meanwhile, the difference of the errors produced by the students of writing I and V is that the writer does not find any misordering error produced by writing V students while there is one misordering error produced by the student of writing I. Last of all, the writer finds out that the students of writing I produce more variant types of errors than the students of writing V. For the conclusion, the writer finds that both of the writing I and V students should be more aware of simple present tense. In addition, each student of writing I and V has the tendency to make the same kind of error.

Keyword : error, simple present tense, error analysis

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/772/

Morphological and syntactic errors produced by the third year students of Ta’miriyah Junior High School in their english compositions

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Author : VINASWARA, HEDY

This study is a descriptive study on the production of morphological and syntactic errors in the junior high school students? English compositions. The data are collected from 48 compositions which were written by the students of Ta?miriyah Junior High School, who were in the third A class. In this case, all categories of morphological and syntactic error types are classified and described based on the theory of two descriptive taxonomies which are Linguistic Category and Surface Strategy Taxonomy. Based on the result of the analysis, morphological error types in this study, viewed from Linguistic Category Taxonomy, fall into indefinite article case, possessive case, simple verb problems, third person singular case, simple past verb problems, past participle problems, Adjective superlative form, noun, verb, adjective, and adverb form; while the syntactic errors fall into the use of noun phrase, verb phrase, verb and verb construction, word order, transformation, and other four categories of errors, which are fragment, conjunction, modifier, and unidentified error types classified in miscellaneous. Based on the Surface Strategy Taxonomy, those kinds of errors are described as omission, addition, misformation and misordering. The result of the analysis shows that both morphological and syntactic errors comprise big number of errors in this study. However, the occurrence of syntactic error is higher than the morphological one. In morphology, most errors occur in the use of inflectional morphemes such as third person singular and past tense maker; while in syntax, they occur especially in constructing noun phrase and verb phrase.

Keyword : error analysis, types of errors, the frequency of errors

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/789/

A Study of error analysis in French verbs conjuction produced by the students of Debutant Trois in CCCL Surabaya

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Author : ANGGRAINI, DIAN

Every language has its own system that is different from other languages. For instance, French has its own systems of tense that make it different from Indonesian or other languages. Errors usually happen in the process of learning foreign language, and it is normal like any other human learning. Errors indicate that actually the process of learning is in progress. Here, the writer wants to know about the kinds of present indicative errors that are usually produced by students of Debutant Trois and what the most frequent present indicative errors produced by students Debutant Trois are. The writer limits the analysis of French conjugation in present indicative because it is the first tense in learning French. The theory of Ellis and Brown are used in this study to refer to errors as the language system that the learner is using. Those theories are used as the main theory to do the analysis. Other theories used are French grammar by Crocker and Language Two by Burt, Dulay and Krashen. The analysis is based on the theory of conjugation, in which the writer describes and explains the present conjugation in details. In the analysis, the writer finds that the students produced errors in each group of verbs. In the findings, she found that the most frequent error that the students produced is the second and the third group of regular verb. The most errors that they produced are misformation errors.

Keyword : error analysis, present indicative, french conjugation

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/1463/

A Study of translated Chicklit novel entitled “Shopaholic Ties The Knot” by Sophie Kinsella

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Author : ALDONA, GRACYA

This thesis is about the translation of one translated popular fiction novel entitled “Shopaholic Ties the Knot” by Sophie Kinsella. In this novel, the writer would like to analyze the errors which caused the message of the original text are unable to be sent to the Target Language text. The writer would like to know whether those errors caused the problems in transferring message to the reader of the Target Language, so the reader could not get the same message as the original message. There are three causes found in the novel which caused errors in translating the sentences, so, there are changes in delivering the message to the Target Language text. The writer uses the theory from Zuchridin Suryawinata and Sugeng Hariyanto to support her main theory. This study is descriptive one and the writer collects the data from the original novel, “Shopaholic Ties the Knot” English version and the Indonesian translation, with the same author. In this thesis the writer gives the suggestions based on the Communicative Translation theory. The writer uses the Communicative Translation theory by Peter Newmark. She wants to know whether the translated chicklit novel entitled “Shopaholic Ties the Knot” by Sophie Kinsella has a good quality of translation based on the Communicative Translation theory. The findings of the analysis reveal that the message of the translated chicklit novel entitled “Shopaholic Ties the Knot” by Sophie Kinsella has already been transferred well. Although there are some errors found in the novel, they do not influence the story. At last, the writer concludes that the translated novel has been already translated well.

Keyword : translation, error analysis, same message, communicative translation

Sumber : http://repository.petra.ac.id/4357/

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