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Minggu, 16 November 2014

Tas Ransel Sport

110

Rp 120000

Tas ransel sport recommended sekali. Bahan karet sintesis, kuat, ada tempat leptopnya juga. Cocok di pakai cowok atau cewek. Bisa dipakai ke kantor, sekolah atau perjalanan jauh. ...

Senin, 10 November 2014

Handuk "merah putih"

Handuk "Merah Putih"

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Sedia grosir handuk "Merah Putih". Minimal beli setengah lusin, beli satu lusin atau lebih juga bisa. Harga 225.000/lusin. Minat? Text me 085727217339...

Selasa, 04 November 2014

Tas Ransel

100

Rp 115000

Tas ransel bisa jinjing, bisa selempang, bisa punggung. Ada wadah leptopnya di jamin keren. Cocok untuk dipakai ke sekolah, kampus atau kantor. Minat? segera hubungi contact person yah... Murah dan berkualitas...

Sprei Bonita Disperse

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Rp 95000

Sprei Bonita Disperse tidak luntur ketika dicuci, halus dan lembut. Tersedia ukuran nomer 1 (180x200) dan sudah ada 2 sarung bantal dan 2 sarung guling. Tersedia beraneka motif cantik. Minat? Hubungi 085727217339. Trusted seller :)...

Minggu, 14 Juli 2013

English Morphology Material

English Morphology 

I. MORPHEM AND ENGLISH MORPHEM
A. Definition of Morpheme
            A morpheme is the smallest meaningful unit of a language.
B. Classification of Morpheme:
ü  Free morpheme: It can stand alone and has meaning.
Example : book , table, dog, house , etc.
ü  Bound morpheme: a morpheme that must be attached to another morpheme.

Inflectional vs. Derivational
     Inflectional morpheme:
 These affixes do not change the word class , but rather contribute to meeting grammatical constraints.
     Derivational morpheme :
These affixes change the meaning and change the word class.
Word
Free Morpheme
Bound Morpheme
Function

Walks
walk
-s
To show single verb from third subject
Inflectional
Disagree
agree
Dis-
To change the meaning of a word
Inflectional
Awareness
aware
-ness
From adjective >> noun
Derivational
Assignment
assign
-ment
Verb >> Noun
Derivational

II. MORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSES
A morphological process is a means of changing a stem to adjust its meaning to fit its syntactic and communicational context.
A. Kinds of Morphological Processes
1. Prefixation
  Prefixation is a morphological process whereby a bound morpheme is attached to the front of a root or stem.
2. Suffixation
  Suffixation is a morphological process whereby a bound morpheme is attached to the end of a base.
3. Infixation
·         Infixation is a morphological process whereby a bound morpheme attaches within a root or stem
4. Reduplication
  Reduplication is consist in the repetition of all or of part of a rootorstem to form new words.
5. Suppletion
·         Consist in a complete change in the form of a root

ENGLISH WORD FORMATION
English Word Formation
      In linguistics, word formation is the creation of a new word.
      Word formation is sometimes contrasted with semantic change, which is a change in a single word’s meaning.
ü  Types of Word Formation
  1. Compounding
            Two or more words joined together to form a new word.
 Example: pick + pocket = pickpocket
  1. Conversion
            Conversion involves forming a new word from an existing identical one.
Example:         They will the draw ( the draw = noun )
                        They draw a mountain ( draw = verb )
  1. Clipping
            Shortening a word by deleting one or more syllables.
Example: Hamburger = burger
  1. Blending
            A blend is a word formed by joining parts of two or more older words.
Example: breakfast + lunch = brunch  
5.  Back formation
Back formation is word formation that removing and adding affixes from existing word.
Example: donation ( noun ) >> donate ( verb )
6. Acronyms
Words derived from the initial letters of several words and use them as a new word. Example: SWOT ( Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threath )
7. Functional Shift
Functional shift is the process that derives new words by moving the part of speech of a word and no changing of its form.
Example :        He runs like a horse  ( like = seperti )
                        They like a rose flower ( like = suka )
8. Morphological misanalysis
Morphological misanalysis is the process that derives new words by moving the part of speech of a word and no changing of its form. This can be because of actual misunderstanding, when we analyze a word that has a similar sound or words from dialog or listen a song.
 Example:        here >> hear
                        leave >> live
9. Proper Names
Many places, inventions, activities, etc, are named for persons somehow connected with them.
            Example: Washington D.C , Jl. Soekarno Hatta 
10. Coinage
Words may also be created without using any of the methods described above and without employing any other word or word parts already in existence.
            Example: kodak, exxon, xerox

III. MORPHOLOGICAL  STRUCTURE AND TYPES OF LANGUAGES
A. Morphological Structure
Language are often classified according to their morphological structure. According to the way in which they put morphemes together to form words.
B. Types of Languages
1. Analytical (Isolating) Language
  Analytical Language : An analytic language is a language that conveys grammatical relationships without using inflectional affixes.
  For example :
Chinese >        [ Wo mɅn tyɛn tsin ] = ‘we (I- plural) are playing piano’
                        [ Wo mɅn tyɛn tsin ] = ‘we played the piano’ ( past tense )
Mandarin >     [ ta da wo mɅn ] = ‘he hits us ( I-plural)
2. Synthetic
Synthetic Language : Synthetic language form words by given number of dependent morpheme to a root morpheme
  Agglutinating
For example of Agglutinating :
Nilisoma (Past Tense)
Nitasoma (Future Tense)
  Fusional  
For example of Fusional :
Hablo  ( ‘ablo = I ) : I am speaking
Habla ( ‘abla = he / she ) : He / she is speaking
Hable ( ‘able ) : I spoke
  Polysinthetic
            For example of Polysinthetic :
  Chukchi (Rusia) : I have a fierce headache.
  Ainu (Japan) : I wonder about various rumors.

IV. MORPHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS
Morphological Problems
Morphology problems is something what we often discuss about structure words. Difficulties about word structure and not all of words combined as the rule.
Verb-ing
1.  Secara umum verb-1 langsung ditambah “-ing
            Contoh:
            a. break -> breaking
            b. learn -> learning
2. Verb yang berakhiran “e” langsung diganti dengan “-ing”.
            Contoh:
            a. force            -> forcing
            b. improve -> improving
3. Verb yang berakhiran “ee” langsung ditambah “-ing” tanpa menghilangkan “ee”-nya.
            Contoh:
            a. agree -> agreeing
            b. see -> seeing
4. Verb yang lebih dari satu suku kata, akhir suku kata hanya ada satu vokal, dan berkahir hanya satu konsonan, maka konsonan digandakan dan ditambah “-ing”.
            Contoh:
            a. begin -> beginning
            b. prefer -> preferring
Penambahan “-s” atau “-es”
1.                  Secara umum penambahan “s” bisa dilakukan secara langsung.
            Contoh:
            a. work -> works
            b. look -> looks
2.  Jika kata kerja berakhiran huruf desis (ch, c, ss, sh, x) dan o, maka kata kerjanya ditambah “-es”. 
           
Contoh:
            a. catch -> catches
            b. go -> goes
3. Apabila kata kerja berakhiran “y” dan didahului konsonan, maka “y” berubah menjadi “i” baru ditambah “-es”.
            Contoh:
            a. carry -> carries
            b. cry -> cries
4. Jika kata kerja berakhiran “y” dan didahului vokal, maka langsung saja ditambah “-s”.
            Contoh:
            a. play -> plays
            b. buy -> buys
           

In conclusion, how to solve morphological problems divided into some steps, there are make a list of the word first based on phonetic transcription, then find the meaning each of word , after that you must categorized these words and the last we have to compare with the other languages. (awf) 

Kamis, 20 Desember 2012

Movie Review " Perfect Sense "

This is my assignment in Speaking Class. What about your movie guys? 




It tells us about the world that infected by strange viruses and its called Sever’s Olfactory Syndrome (SOS). This syndrome attack our senses. It begins from lose our sense of smell, then our sense of touch or taste, next our sense of hearing and the last we lost our sense of sight. 

DISLIKE :

-The picture in the movie is not clear or dark.
-It doesn’t go to the main idea, but there are many scenes that we think, it isn’t
 important to see.
-There are many scenes that is not for kids.
-In the beginning of the movie makes us bored, but in the middle part of the
 story until the end of the movie is very interesting.
-There are many words that we can’t understand.
-There is a disgusted scene when people were starving. 
* LIKE :
-The movie make us curious what will the end from this movie. 
-Tell us about the important meaning of our life with love and happily .
-The movie teach us about how to respect our sense that God give to us.
-Teach us to face the world no matter what is our lack.
-The movie tell us about to honor our life when one by one our senses were lost,
  but we must remember there is love that make me stronger. 

Ratings    : 7.1/10 from 4,640 users   
A film by   : David Mackenzie
Writer   : Kim Fupz Aakeson (screenplay)
Runtime    : 92 min  
Genre        : Drama | Romance | Sci-Fi   
Release    : 26 August 2011 (Turki)