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An Analysis on Relative Pronouns In The Book of “Why Did They Become Muslims”?

Tri, Ariyanti (2015) An Analysis on Relative Pronouns In The Book of “Why Did They Become Muslims”? Skripsi, Tarbiyah And Teachers Training.

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Tri Ariyanti, 2013, An Analysis on Relative Pronouns In The Book of “Why Did They Become Muslims”? Thesis, English Education Department, Tarbiyah and Teachers Training Faculty. Advisors: (1) Drs. Sa’adillah, M.Pd. (2) Raida Asfihana, M.Pd. Keywords: Relative Pronouns, used, function. This study analyze the use of relative pronouns in the chapter 3 of the book of why did they become Muslims? Formulations of the problem in this research are: what are the relative pronouns that used in chapter 3 of the book of why did they become Muslims? and what is the dominat relative pronoun used in chapter 3 of the book of why did they become Muslims? The subject in this study is chapter 3 of the book of “why did they become Muslims”? There are 97 pages on its. Meanwhile the object of this research is the relative pronouns that used in chapter 3 of the book of “why did they become Muslims”? and the dominant relative pronoun that are used in chapter 3 of the book of “why did they become Muslims”? In collecting data, the writer uses two techniques: reading and online. Data processing in this study was divided into three stages: editing, classification and interpretation. Then all data were analyzed using qualitative descriptive method. The results from this research indicate that there are 433 relative pronouns in total, consist of 91 who, 184 which, 143 that, 7 whose and 7 whom. So, “which” is the dominant relative pronoun used in the chapter of the book.

Item Type: Skripsi
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: Mrs. Mur Tini
Date Deposited: 06 Aug 2015 05:16
Last Modified: 06 Aug 2015 05:16
URI: http://idr.iain-antasari.ac.id/id/eprint/1167

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