PERAN SEMANTIK PREDIKAT PADA VERBA BERVALENSI SATU, DUA, DAN TIGA DALAM BAHASA SAMAWA DIALEK SUMBAWA BESAR/THE SEMANTIC ROLES OF THE PREDICATES ON VERB ONE, TWO, AND THREE SUMBAWA LANGUAGES IN THE SUMBAWA BESAR DIALECT

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Title PERAN SEMANTIK PREDIKAT PADA VERBA BERVALENSI SATU, DUA, DAN TIGA DALAM BAHASA SAMAWA DIALEK SUMBAWA BESAR/THE SEMANTIC ROLES OF THE PREDICATES ON VERB ONE, TWO, AND THREE SUMBAWA LANGUAGES IN THE SUMBAWA BESAR DIALECT
 
Creator Kasman, Kasman
 
Subject semantik; sintaksis; subjek; predikat; argumen
 
Description Abstrak Penelitian terhadap peran semantik bahasa Samawa masih belum banyak dilakukan. Untuk mendukung pengembangan dan pelestarian bahasa Samawa, penelitian-penelitian deskriptif seperti ini tetap perlu dilakukan. Penelitian ini difokuskan pada peran verba bervalensi satu, dua, dan tiga dalam bahasa Samawa dialek Sumbawa Besar dan bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan peran semantik verba bervalensi tersebut. Teori yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah teori sintaksis struktural. Data dikumpulkan dengan metode cakap dan metode simak. Data yang terkumpul kemudian dianalisis menggunakan me- tode padan intralingual. Hasil dari analisis data menunjukkan bahwa verba bervalensi satu melibatkan argumen-argumen yang secara semantik mencermainkan verba proses, tindakan, dan verba keadaan. Adapun verba bervalensi dua melibatkan argumen-argumen yang secara semantik merefleksikan verba tindakan, seperti pada sangode (mengecilkan), samasak (memasak), dan pina (membuat). Secara sintaksis verba-verba tindakan itu membutuhkan kehadiran dua argumen kalimat sekaligus. Sementara itu, verba bervalensi tiga yang secara semantik merefleksikan makna benefaktif membutuhkan kehadiran tiga argu-men kalimat sekaligus. Kata kunci: semantik, sintaksis, subjek, predikat, argumen Abstract Research on semantic roles in Samawa language has not been comprehensively done. To support the ef- forts of fostering and developing Samawa language, descriptive studies like this study are always needed. This study is focused on the role of verb valency one, two, and three in Samawa language, especially in Sumbawa Besar Dialect and aimed to describe their semantic roles. The theory used in this study is syntax structural theory. The data were collected using two methods realized by observing and listening to the conversation. The collected data were then analyzed using comparative method. Results of data analysis indicated that syntactically one-valence verbs require argument which semantically re ies process, ac- tion, and constant meaning. While two-valence verb requires arguments which semantically re ies action, such as verbs Sangode (to make something smaller), Samasak (to cook), and Pina (to make). These kind of verbs syntactically require two sentence arguments. While three-valence verb which semantically shows benefective meaning needs the presence of three sentence arguments. Keywords: Semantic, syntactic, subject, predicate, argument 
 
Publisher Balai Bahasa Provinsi Bali
 
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Date 2021-01-03
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://aksara.kemdikbud.go.id/jurnal/index.php/aksara/article/view/445
10.29255/aksara.v32i2.445.287-298
 
Source Aksara; Vol 32, No 2 (2020): AKSARA, Edisi Desember 2020; 287-298
2580-0353
0854-3283
 
Language eng
 
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