ANALYSIS CONTRASTIVE CONDITIONAL SENTENCES INDONESIAN TO ENGLISH IN WRITING SKILL
The Lecturer Is Mr. Cunong N Suraja. Drs.M
Created By :
Tr Ilmia Amalia
ENGLISH EDUCATION PROGRAM
TEACHER’S LEARNING AND PAEDAGOGY FACULTY
IBN KHALDUN UNIVERSITY BOGOR
Language is multifaceted to the extent that human activity is various. There is an enormous variety of walks of life, each of which has its own language and cultural setting. We may divide these walks of life into two categories: those that are common to everybody and those that are concerned with specialized topics familiar only to a few.
In English writing skills a teacher is demand to able to encourage the students who get difficulties. Besides a teacher should be able to use suitable teaching method in accordance with the students need, material, situations, etc.
Conditional Sentences are also known as Conditional Clauses or If Clauses. They are used to express that the action in the main clause (without if) can only take place if a certain condition (in the clause with if) is fulfilled. There are three types of Conditional Sentences.
The writer is interested to conduct the research with proposing an alternative of technique in the teaching structure. Learning basically conditional sentences is very easy if we look carefully. Then in our teaching will be successful. In this analysis, I compare between conditional sentences in English and conditional sentences in Indonesia. Students in Indonesia is very difficult to compare the conditional sentences in Indonesia and English. Therefore a teacher must teach in earnest so that students and understand of no errors in its use. The conditional sentences are sometimes confusing for learners of English.
Contrastive analysis is the analysis used in the search for a difference that often makes a second language learners have difficulty in understanding a language material. With this contrastive analysis is expected to understand the second language or foreign language more easily.
Basically contrastive analysis can be divided into several parts. In grammatical or structural, and syntactic. For the analysis of grammatical analysis is based on the grammar of each of the first and second language, syntactic analysis is based on the analysis of the origin of the word or how to interpret the states language and pragmatic analysis is based on the analysis of language use is both formally and informally.
With the above analysis is expected any teacher or learner language can be more easily in language learning and have no difficulty in understanding and using language to learn.
Basic Principles of contrastive analysis
According to Halliday, there are two principles in contrastive analysis, which describe before comparing and comparing specific patterns and not the language as a whole.
In the first principle we can not compare the workings of the language before we describe how each language. If we want to use the mother tongue as a comparison of learning a foreign language, we are not enough mother spoke only but we also have to master the language we will compare it.
In the second principle, we can not compare Indonesian with English language as a whole. Which can be compared is one or several elements or patterns contained in each language are compared supposition. And we can not draw conclusions from the comparison because each pattern is discussed separately. This is in accordance with this study, which compares the assumptions sentences in Indonesian and English.
Conditional Sentences In Indonesia
According to Gorys Keraf, the assumption in the Indonesian language marked by a conjunction that is if. There are two assumptions on the meaning of the Indonesian language, namely as requirements and assumptions. Modal condition for meaningful implementation of what is at the core clause. This relationship is clearly marked by the conjunction when and if.
For examples :
1. The will to live will be there if a person inside there is a feeling that he was required by its environment.
Sentence above consists of three clauses, namely
1) The will to live will be there as a clause nucleus,
2) A person in a sense,
3) He was required by the environment. Clauses two and three is a subordinate
clause that states 'requirement' for the implementation of what is at the core
2. If that happens too, I would condemn it in front of anyone regardless of language propriety.
3. If I can graduate from high school, I will continue my studies to the Faculty of Literature.
Reservations meaning relations as a supposition occurs when a subordinate clause states a conditional if , a condition which can not be done for the core clauses so that what is stated by the clause core is also not conceivable. This supposition is marked with the words like if.
Some of the sentences below are examples of sentences which is a presupposition Reservations in the Indonesian language.
(1) Suppose that the girl does not like you, you should ensure him except when he objected.
(2) If the lady went to court, surely this case will be heard and certainly the press and public attention had subsided it will warm again
(3) If you did not attend that night, we will not get the money so much.
(4) I can not think of what will happen is like he's not there.
Abdul Chaer, conjunctions if (andaikata) a function to combine the requirements to declare in front of the clause is assumed to be a subordinate clause of a compound sentence story.
1. If you do not come, I will replace you lead this meeting.
2. I'll buy you a new car if I win the lottery 100 million.
3. Future generations will not know if Comodo rare animals that are not
Conditional Sentences In English
In English, according to Azar Conditional Sentence has three kinds are :
1. Assumptions used for the event right on the present or future.
Requirements for using this type of conditional sentences are :
a. Conditional sentences of this type is used for routine activities or routine
b. Used to estimate the facts that will happen in the present or the future.
c. Using the present simple form:
If + subject + verb 1 object, subject + will + verb 1
If I do not eat breakfast, I will always get hungry during class.
(If I do not eat breakfast, I'm going hungry while on the class).
If the weather is nice tomorrow, we will go on a picnic.
(If the weather clears tomorrow, we'll go banc).
2. The assumption is not true in the present or future.
Conditional sentences are used for events that did not happen at present and the future.
Conditional sentences are used to express that something happened with the opposite or contrary to fact and is used in the present and future.
Using form :
If + subject + verb 2, subject + would + verb 1
For examples :
If I taught this class, I would not give tests.
(If I teach this class, I'm not going to give the test, in fact I do not teach this class).
If I were you, I would accept their invitation.
(If I was you, I will accept the invitation, the fact is I am not you so I do not accept the invitation).
3. The assumption is not true in the past. Use of this supposition and the use of
This phrase is used to express something that never happened in the past.
The formula of this sentence is:
If + subject + had + verb 3, subject + would have + verb 3
Examples of sentences are:
If you had told me about the problem, I would have helped you.
(if you say it, I will help you, the fact that you did not say that and I'm not going to help you).
If they had studied, they would have passed the exam.
(if they learn, they will pass the exam, the fact that they do not learn and they do not pass the exam).
Contrastive analysis of conditional sentences Indonesian and English in Structural Perspective
Structurally, conditional sentences have similarities and differences. Similarity lies in the particular words used in sentences, while the difference is the assumption in the Indonesian language there is only one type of conditional sentences in English and there are three types of conditional sentences which relies heavily on pronunciation time.
Conditional sentences in Indonesian has only one requirement in the manufacture of the sentence. In Indonesian grammar only uses the words if ( jika, seandainya, andaikata, jikalau, sekiranya, asalkan, apabila, dan manakala ).
In English the words of the above is only marked with the word 'if' which has the same meaning with the word 'if''. So there are similarities conditional sentences in Indonesian and English is by the special words used in sentences of this assumption, in Indonesian to use if ( jika, seandainya, andaikata, jikalau, sekiranya, asalkan, apabila, dan manakala ) in English using word 'if ' in making this conditional sentence.
The difference is in Indonesian did not know the difference in pronunciation time. As the following examples:
I would buy a new car if I can lottery 100 million.
Conditional sentences are pronounced the same above, although this sentence uttered now (present), future (future), or the past (past).
In English sentences must be viewed over time in saying it.
I will buy a new car for you, if I get 100 millions lottery (present and future, but this is real events occurred).
I would have bought a new car for you, if I had got a lottery, 100 millions. (Past, this event is not really happening in the past).
Nevertheless there are differences in the use of modal sentences in Indonesian and English. Is related to a matter of time. In Indonesian, no use the time. all the same whether used in the present, future or past. there is no change in the verb. If you change the time the sentence will be added assumption of time adverbs.
For examples :
Jikalau aku dapat lulus dari SMA tahun depan, aku akan melanjutkan pelajaranku ke Fakultas Sastra.
If I graduate from senior high school next year, I will continue my study to literature faculty.
If time pronunciation changed in the past, then there is a change in the sentence, becomes:
Jikalau aku dapat lulus dari SMA tahun lalu, aku akan melanjutkan pelajaranku ke Fakultas Sastra.
If I graduated from senior high school last year, I would continue my study to literature Change is happening is that the verb changes:
Graduating next year : graduate
Graduated last year : graduated
Change the second is the change of will (future) would be (past).
This supposition sentence used to express an event that does not happen in reality.
Having analyzed and found equivalent and the comparison of Conditional Sentences in Indonesian and English. Both similarities and differences can be seen as structural and pragmatically.
Structurally there are similarities Conditional Sentences in Indonesian and English is by the special words used in this Conditional Sentences, in Indonesian to use if, and while (jika, seandainya, seumpama, dan apabila) in English using word 'if ' in a sentence assumptions it. While the difference is in Indonesian did not know the difference in pronunciation time. Conditional Sentences are pronounced the same above, although the sentence was uttered present, future, or past. Due to the time difference is a verb used in each of the different tenses, whereas in the Indonesian language there is no difference in the verb.
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