HOJO DOOSHI TAMARANAI, SHIKATAGANAI, DAN NARANAI DALAM KALIMAT BAHASA JEPANG (KAJIAN STRUKTUR DAN MAKNA) 日本語の補助動詞「たまらない」、「しかたがない」、「ならない」の構造と意味

Runtika, Aji (2016) HOJO DOOSHI TAMARANAI, SHIKATAGANAI, DAN NARANAI DALAM KALIMAT BAHASA JEPANG (KAJIAN STRUKTUR DAN MAKNA) 日本語の補助動詞「たまらない」、「しかたがない」、「ならない」の構造と意味. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.

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ABSTRACT Aji, Runtika. “Hojo Dooshi Tamaranai Shikataganai dan Naranai dalam Kalimat Bahasa Jepang”. Thesis Department of Japanese Studies Faculty of Humanities. Diponegoro University. The Advisor Lina Rosliana, S.S., M. Hum. In writing this thesis, the author discussed “Tamaranai,Shikataganai, and NaranaiasHojo Dooshi in Japanese sentences‟. The author chose this title because it’s difficult to use these form without making mistakes in the sentences, especially for non-native Japanese speakers. The first step in writing this thesis was collecting the data, then analyzed the data, and presented the data descriptively. Hojo dooshi is one of the kind of verb that takes words which precede it with te/de form in the sentences. Tamaranai, shikataganai, and naranai are dooshi ‘verb’ in Japanese. These three words in Indonesian mean ‘tidak tahan’, ‘apa boleh buat’, and ‘apa boleh buat’. Meanwhile, when tamaranai, shikataganai and naranai take form of ~te tamaranai, ~te shikatagani, and ~te naranai the meaning of the words are changing to ‘sangat’ in Indonesian. It does affect the meaning of the precede words and express the strength of psychological or feelings of the speaker. Although in Indonesian these three forms can be interpreted with the same word, there is actually differences in usage of these three forms. ~te shikataganai can be used to replace ~te tamaranai or ~te naranai in the sentences. But, there are limitations in usage of ~te tamaranai and ~te naranai regarding the types of words which precede them. Keywords: Hojo Dooshi, Tamaranai, Shikataganai, Naranai

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P101-410 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar > P325-325.5 Semantics
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese
ID Code:50115
Deposited By:Indra
Deposited On:03 Oct 2016 11:49
Last Modified:03 Oct 2016 11:49

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