An Analysis of Transitivity in Surah Al-Kahf

Nurmalia Ilyasa Kobat, 150203199 (2021) An Analysis of Transitivity in Surah Al-Kahf. Skripsi thesis, UIN AR-RANIRY.

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Abstract

This study aims to determine the types of transitivity processes proposed by M.A.K Halliday(1960), which was conducted by using descriptive qualitative research. The data were taken from English Translation of Holy Qur’an by Saheeh International. Furthermore, the data were analyzed two stories only in surah Al-Kahf, which are Ashabul-Kahf and Moses and khidhr, which consist of 37 verses. The findings showed that all six types of processes appear in surah Al-Kahf, which are material process, verbal process, mental process, relational process, existential process, and behavioral process. The most dominant process type is material process which appeared 34 times. The second dominant type is followed by verbal process 33 times. Meanwhile, other types are lower than them, which are mental process 10 times, relational process 6 times, and behavioral process 3 times. Lastly, the lowest one is existential process that only found once.

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi)
Additional Information: Main Supervisor : Dr. phil. Saiful Akmal, M.A. Co-Supervisor : Fera Busfina Zalha, M.A
Uncontrolled Keywords: Transitivity Analysis, Surah Al-Kahf
Subjects: 200 Religion (Agama) > 297 Islam > 2X1 Al-Qur'an dan ilmu yang berkaitan > 2X1.4 Kumpulan ayat-ayat dan surat-surat tertentu
800 Literature (Sastra) > 820 English and Anglo-Saxon Literatures (Kesusastraan Inggris)
Divisions: Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > S1 Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Nurmalia Ilyasa Kobat
Date Deposited: 19 Feb 2021 02:15
Last Modified: 19 Feb 2021 02:15
URI: https://repository.ar-raniry.ac.id/id/eprint/16033

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