Struktur dan Makna Konjugasi Verba ~Naide dan~ Zuni dalam Kalimat Majemuk Bahasa Jepang

Rosafina Hadiyanti, (0012) Struktur dan Makna Konjugasi Verba ~Naide dan~ Zuni dalam Kalimat Majemuk Bahasa Jepang. Struktur dan Makna Konjugasi Verba ~Naide dan~ Zuni dalam Kalimat Majemuk Bahasa Jepang .

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ABSTRACT Hadianti, Rosafina. “ Struktur dan Makna Konjugasi Verba ~Naide dan ~Zuni dalam Kalimat Majemuk bahasa Jepang ”. Thesis. Departement of Japanese Studies Faculty of Humanities. Diponegoro University. The first advisor. Elizabeth I.H.A.N.R, S.S,M.Hum. The second advisor. Lina Rosliana, S.S, M.Hum. Conjugation is a change in the form of words that occur in verbs, adjectives and auxiliaries. ~Zuni verb conjugation and ~naide included in the form mizenkei. This observation was conducted to determine whether ~zuni and ~naide have the same meaning or have different meanings and are both interchangeable. This study uses the theory of Nitta, Iori & Shinobu to see the meaning, and the theory of kindaichi then machida to see the structure of verbs. Data for this study was taken from magazines, novels and the internet. This study used a qualitative analysis method. Step - step in this research by providing data that contains a verb conjugation ~zuni and ~naide, then analyze the data and [~naide] [~zuni ] is based on the meaning and structure then subsequently present the results of data analysis with descriptions and tables. The conclusion is ~naide and ~zuni are interchangeable in 3 conditions, which are comparison, tools, stacked. The difference is only ~naide that could have a causal meaning. ~Zuni conjugate is used in written language, while ~naide is used in the spoken language, but also can be found in the written language. The meaning structure comparison, tools and piled containing verbs and verbs process activity. The structure contains a verb meaning causal activity, process verbs, verbs circumstances. In general, ~zuni and ~naide means "without", but in the sense of comparison tends to mean "no", meaning stacked and tools tend to mean "without" and the meaning of causal tend meaningful "because it is not". Key word : conjugation verb, aspect verb

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