Laelatul Munafidloh, Laela (2017) PERBEDAAN VERBA MAJEMUK ~HAJIMERU, ~DASU, DAN ~KAKERU DALAM KALIMAT BAHASA JEPANG DITINJAU DARI SEGI STRUKTUR DAN MAKNA. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.
ABSTRACT Munafidloh, Laelatul, 2017. “The difference of Compound Verbs ~hajimeru, ~dasu, and ~kakeru in Japanese language in terms of structure and meaning”. Thesis of Japanese Bachelor program, Diponegoro University. First thesis counselor Dra. Sri Puji Astuti, M. Pd. Second thesis counselor Elizabeth Ika HANR, S. S, M. Hum. This thesis is studying the difference of compound verbs ~hajimeru, ~dasu, and ~kakeru in Japanese language in terms of structure and meaning. The compound verbs of ~hajimeru, ~dasu and ~kakeru which expresses the innovative aspects or the aspects that expresses the beginning of circumstances and an activity which have appeared in so many times through conversations or even books. The three of compound verbs have the same meaning. They all mean “begin”. For those people who learn Japanese as a foreign language found any difficulties in understanding what’s the difference between ~hajimeru, ~dasu, and ~kakeru. That is the main reason why the writer finds the topic very intriguing. The intention of this research is to describe the equation and the difference between ~hajimeru, ~dasu, and ~kakeru in terms of its structure and meaning. The scope of this study is only through the aspects and semantics. The method used in this analyzing data is called distributional method, as for describing the results of analysis the writer used a descriptive method. Even though the compound verbs ~hajimeru, ~dasu, and ~ kakeru have the same meaning (begin), the three of them have a different initial situation. The compound verbs ~hajimeru states the beginning of an event that is likely to reach the end point. The compound verbs ~dasu states the beginning of a circumstances that occur suddenly. The compound verbs ~kakeru is an activity or circumstances that stopped even before it reaches its beginning and also an activity which has been started for a while. Finally, the conclusion from this research is that there are more compound verbs in Japanese which have the same meaning and the same aspects. The writer expects there will be further research about this compound verb especially in Japanese study. Keywords: hajimeru, dasu, kakeru, fukugou doushi, aspect
|Item Type:||Thesis (Undergraduate)|
|Subjects:||P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P101-410 Language. Linguistic theory. Comparative grammar > P201-299 Comparative grammar|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese|
|Deposited On:||29 Sep 2017 09:02|
|Last Modified:||29 Sep 2017 09:02|
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