Nadia Fauziyah Savitri, Nadia (2018) ANALISIS MAKNA SHIZUKA, ODAYAKA DAN YASURAKA DALAM KALIMAT BAHASA JEPANG 類語の分析で日本の文章に「静か」 「穏やか」「安らか」. Undergraduate thesis, Diponegoro University.



ABSTRACT Savitri, Nadia Fauziyah. 2018. “Analysis the use of Shizuka, Odayaka and Yasuraka in The Japanese Sentences”. Essay. Japanese Language and Culture Studies Program. Faculty of Humanities. Diponegoro University. Supervisor S.I. Trihutami, S.S, M.Hum. The purpose of this research are: 1. To describe Japanese adjective ‘shizuka,odayaka and yasuraka’ of structure and meaning. 2. To know how the similarities and differences of adjective ‘shizuka,odayaka and yasuraka’. The data was collected from magazine, and website The method which used in this research is simak method with catat technique. Method of data analysis used is a qualitative method and substituted method. The method of presenting the result of data analysis is an informal method, which is presenting the result of analysis data with ordinary words. This study examines about structure and meaning from using the word of Shizuka, Odayaka and Yasuraka. Then also determines whether the Shizuka, Odayaka and Yasuraka can be substitued each other or not. Based on the results of the similarities and the differences analysis from the three adjectives, it can be concluded that the Japanese adjective shizuka odayaka and yasuraka have same meaning in Indonesia languag that is quite. Because they have same meaning that make the three of them can be substitued each other in some sentences. The meaning of Japanese adjective shizuka is quite situations,can not hear any sound or voice and an expresion of a quite person. Odayaka can show quite, calm situations and calm without noisy sound. Yasuraka can show a quite situations, relax, comfortable, calm without having a bad feeling, easy and an expression of sympathy especially on the occasion of a death.The similarities of the adjective shizuka, odayaka and yasuraka is have same meaning of calm. While the difference in this three is they can not be substitued each other in sentences. Keywords: semantics, synonym, meaning, adjective, shizuka, odayaka, yasuraka

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:64515
Deposited By:Indra
Deposited On:07 Sep 2018 16:01
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