Mood Adjunct in the English Books Written by Native and Non-Native Speakers

Diashinta, Herlinda (2012) Mood Adjunct in the English Books Written by Native and Non-Native Speakers. Skripsi Sarjana thesis, Universitas Muria Kudus.

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                  Abstrak

                  Now days, grammar is not only studies about structure but also how those structures construct meaning which is called Functional Grammar. One of the materials of Functional Grammar is about Interpersonal meaning. In the Interpersonal meaning, there are four types of adjunct and one of them is called mood adjunct. Mood adjunct is an adjunct which is not relevant to the experiential analysis but modifies the argument of a clause is known as mood adjunct and is included in the mood block expressing usuality, probability, typically or obviousness. Here, I used the English book written by native speaker (Interchange Third Edition Book1) and English book written by non-native speaker (Intensive Course Book 1) to analyze those types of mood adjunct. The objectives of the study are ;(1) to find out the types of mood adjunct in the English books written by native and non-native speakers (2) to find out the percentage of mood adjunct in the English books written by native and non-native speakers. The research design chosen by me is descriptive qualitative research design. The data of the research is word of mood adjunct while the data source is the English books written by native and non-native speakers. Based on analyzing of the data, the result of the research shows that: (1) The total types of mood adjunct found in the English books written by native and non-native speakers are 58. The total numbers of mood adjuncts which are found in the English book written by native speaker are 27. It can be described as follow as 15 mood adjuncts usuality, 4 mood adjuncts probability, no mood adjunct typically, and 8 mood adjuncts obviousness. While the total numbers of mood adjuncts which are found in the English book written by non-native speaker are 31. It can be described as follow as 12 mood adjunct usuality, 4 mood adjuncts probability, no mood adjunct typically, and 15 mood adjunct obviousness. (2) The percentage of mood adjunct in the English books written by native and non-native speakers is 46. 55% of mood adjunct in the English book written by native speaker and 53. 45% of mood adjunct in the English book written by non-native speaker. So, it can be seen that the mood adjunct in the English book written by non-native speaker is the highest which the percentage is 53. 45%. So, I suggest that the lecturers of English Department of Teacher Training and Education Faculty of Muria Kudus can use this skripsi for references in their teaching learning process about mood adjunct and use the English book written by native speaker (Interchange Third Edition book 1) and English book written by non-native speaker (Intensive Course book 1) as references to make the students have a lot of knowledge about mood adjunct. Besides they can arrange cohesive sentences or composition and show their inclination or speaker’s judgment of probability

                  Tipe dokumen: Skripsi (Skripsi Sarjana)
                  Additional Information: Advisors: (i) Nuraeningsih, S.Pd, M.Pd.,(ii) Dr. Slamet Utomo, M.Pd
                  Uncontrolled Keywords: mood adjunct, English book written by native speaker, English book written by non-native speaker
                  Subjects: Bahasa dan sastra > Bahasa Inggris
                  Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan & Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
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                  Tanggal Deposit: 29 Oct 2012 14:07
                  Last Modified: 29 Oct 2012 14:07
                  URI: http://eprints.umk.ac.id/id/eprint/435

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