Adjective Clause Analysis of the Jakarta Post Editorial in September 2011 and the Script of Opening Statement at the Bali Democracy Forum IV by President of Indonesia’s Speech 2011

Emawati, Agustina (2012) Adjective Clause Analysis of the Jakarta Post Editorial in September 2011 and the Script of Opening Statement at the Bali Democracy Forum IV by President of Indonesia’s Speech 2011. Skripsi Sarjana thesis, Universitas Muria Kudus.

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                    Adjective clause is a clause that describes or modifies the preceding noun or pronoun. Adjective clause has three types. And in adjective clause there is relative pronoun, it has six types. Adjective clause is also important. And there are some people still difficult and confuse to know and use it in a sentence. Then they can not analyze and differentiate the types of adjective clause. So, it makes the English learners can not differentiate them. The objectives of this research are: (i) to find out the types of adjective clause used in the Jakarta Post editorial in September 2011 and the script of Opening Statement at The Bali Democracy Forum IV by President of Indonesia’s Speech 2011, (ii) to find out the types of relative pronouns used in the Jakarta Post editorial in September 2011 and the script of Opening Statement at The Bali Democracy Forum IV by President of Indonesia’s Speech 2011, and (iii) to find out the most dominant adjective clauses found in the Jakarta Post editorial in September 2011 or the script of Opening Statement at The Bali Democracy Forum IV by President of Indonesia’s Speech 2011. The method used by the writer is descriptive qualitative research. The data sources in this research are taken from the Editorial of the Jakarta Post in September 2011 and the script of Opening Statement at The Bali Democracy Forum IV by President of Indonesia’s Speech 2011. The result of this research finds that (i)The types of adjective clause in the Editorial of the Jakarta Post in September 2011 found 21, consists of (11) defining and(10) non-defining. Then adjective clause is used in the script of opening statement at the Bali democracy forum IV by President of Indonesia’s speech 2011 are 9. They are (5) defining and(4) non-defining. (ii)The types of relative pronouns used in the Editorial of the Jakarta Post in September 2011 are 21. There There (10) “who”, (2) “whom”, (1) “whose”,(2) “which” and (6) “that”. And in The Script of Opening Statement at The Bali Democracy Forum IV by President of Indonesia’s Speech 2011 are used 9 relative pronouns. There are (1) “who”, (4) “which” and (4) “that”. (iii) Adjective clauses in the Jakarta post editorial in September 2011 are 21.Then adjective clauses in the script of opening statement at the Bali Democracy forum IV by President of Indonesia’s speech 2011 are 9. So, the most dominant adjective clause is found in the Jakarta post editorial in September 2011. Based on the research above, the writer suggests for the student to learn more and comprehend about the communication rules like in using adjective clause. Because when we are communicating and using the correct sentence, it will make us enjoy communicating. So the learner must more practice and identify their types carefully.

                    Tipe dokumen: Skripsi (Skripsi Sarjana)
                    Additional Information: . Advisors: (i) Fajar Kartika, SS, M.Hum., (ii) Drs. Muh. Syafei, M.Pd.
                    Uncontrolled Keywords: Keywords: Adjective Clause, Editorial, Script of the Speech
                    Subjects: Bahasa dan sastra > Bahasa Inggris
                    Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan & Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
                    Depositing User: Ririn Mela Safitri
                    Tanggal Deposit: 15 May 2013 14:59
                    Last Modified: 15 May 2013 14:59
                    URI: http://eprints.umk.ac.id/id/eprint/1175

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