Contrastive of Aspect and Mood Between Japanese and Bahasa Indonesia in Minna no Nihongo
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- contrastive; aspect; mood; Japanese; bahasa Indonesia
Aspect and mood are a unity connected because of verbs. Aspect are related to the timing and meaning of an event, shown by verbs. Whereas, mood are related to the speaker’s attitude to what he is saying and marked by the verb. The change of verb (morphologically) is one of the signs of aspect and mood. Meanwhile, another way is by adding another part of speech (auxiliary) before verb (periphrastic). The purpose of this research is for contrasting the change of verb’s form in aspect and mood between Japanese and Bahasa Indonesia. In Japanese, the sign of aspect and mood more frequently applies morphologically. However, in bahasa Indonesia, the signs of aspect and mood is fairly distinctive to Japanese, in which, they apply more periphrastically, even, it is often unsigned, and is only emphasized with time signals. In this research, there were 5 aspects which were perfective-imperfective aspect, resultative aspect, durative aspect, progressive aspect, habituative aspect, and five moods which were, interrogative, negative, desiderative, irrealist, and imperative-hortative mood between Japanese and bahasa Indonesia.
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TY - CONF AU - Irma Qurrota AU - Roni Mr. PY - 2018/07 DA - 2018/07 TI - Contrastive of Aspect and Mood Between Japanese and Bahasa Indonesia in Minna no Nihongo BT - Proceedings of the 2nd Social Sciences, Humanities and Education Conference: Establishing Identities through Language, Culture, and Education (SOSHEC 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 363 EP - 369 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/soshec-18.2018.78 DO - 10.2991/soshec-18.2018.78 ID - Qurrota2018/07 ER -