An Analysis of Nominal Group and Lexical Density in ‘Introductions’ of the Articles Found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012.

Khanifah, Siti (2013) An Analysis of Nominal Group and Lexical Density in ‘Introductions’ of the Articles Found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012. Skripsi Sarjana thesis, Universitas Muria Kudus.

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In English there are two kinds of language, they are spoken and written. In thisresearch, the writer focuses on nominal group and lexical density. The meaning of nominal group is a group of words, which has a noun (a word that names a person, place, or thing) as its headword and includes all additional information related to that noun. The meaning of lexical density is calculated by the number of content words dividing by the number per clauses. Nominal group and Lexical Density which are most interesting and include in one of material for students in English Education Department. The objectives of this research are to find out the elements of nominal group in ‘introductions’ of the articles found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012 , and to describe the lexical density in ‘introductions’ of the articles found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012 . The kind of this research is descriptive qualitative. The writer uses nominal group and lexical density as the data that taken from introductions of the articles found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012 as the data source. The result of this research are; firstly, the elements of nominal group. From the introductions of the articles found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012, the writer concludes that there are 401 nominal groups which have their own elements. They are; (Deictic and Thing)= 134, (Deictic and Qualifier)= 2, (Post deictic and Thing)= 1, (Numerative and Thing)= 4, (Numerative and Qualifier)= 8, ( Epithet and Thing)= 2, (Classifier and Qualifier)= 2, (Deictic and Classifier)= 1, (Thing and Qualifier)= 24, (Deictic, Epithet, and Thing)= 5, (Deictic, Numerative, and Thing)= 1, (Deictic, Epithet, and Qualifier)= 1, (Deictic, Thing, and Qualifier)= 181, (Deictic, Numerative, and Qualifier)= 1, (Deictic, Post deictic, and Thing)= 1, (Post deictic, Thing, and Qualifier)= 4, (Epithet, Thing, and Qualifier)= 6, (Numerative, Classifier, and Qualifier)= 1, (Numerative, Thing, and Qualifier)= 6, (Deictic, Post deictic, Thing, and Qualifier)= 6, (Deictic, Numerative, Thing, and Qualifier)= 3, (Deictic, Epithet, Thingand Qualifier)= 6, (Numerative, Epithet, Thing, and Qualifier)= 1. Based on the analysis result, the dominant element of nominal group in Introductions of the articles found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012 is Deictic, Thing, and Qualifier which has the function to specify the thing and circumstantial information about the thing. So, the readers understand about the context of sentence itself. Secondly, The lexical densities in Introductions of the articles found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012, are; introduction of the first article is 7.8 (less dense), introduction of the second article is 7.4 (less dense), introduction of the third article is 7.2 (less dense), introduction of the fourth article is 9.4 (less dense), introduction of the fifth article is 8.8 (less dense), introduction of the sixth article is 6.7 (quite dense), and introduction of the seventh article is 7.4 (less dense). Based on the result above, the writer concludes that the introduction of the sixth article found in TEFLIN Journal Volume 23 Number 2 July 2012 is the easiest text to be understood because it has lowest lexical density. While the hardest text to be understood is the introduction of the fourth article because it has highest lexical density. The writer suggests that this research can help the lecturers increase their knowledge about nominal group and lexical density well when they teach those material, can help the students get information about the way to analyze nominal group also lexical density in the sentence, and help the students understand about nominal group also lexical density clearly, also can help the next researchers give contribution to inform other researchers who want to conduct about nominal group and lexical density, actually analyzing the elements and the patterns of nominal group also measure the lexical density in the sentence.

Tipe dokumen: Skripsi (Skripsi Sarjana)
Additional Information: PEMBIMBING I=Dr. Drs. Slamet Utomo, M.Pd, PEMBIMBING II= Nuraeningsih, S.Pd, M.Pd.
Uncontrolled Keywords: Key words :nominal group, lexical density, TEFLIN journal.
Subjects: Bahasa dan sastra > Bahasa Inggris
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan & Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Ririn Mela Safitri
Tanggal Deposit: 03 Oct 2013 04:42
Last Modified: 03 Oct 2013 04:42
URI: http://eprints.umk.ac.id/id/eprint/1721

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