INTERFERENSI GRAMATIKAL BAHASA MELAYU SAMBAS DALAM BAHASA INDONESIA PADA TEKS PROSEDUR SISWA SMP NEGERI 4 TELUK KERAMAT

Laila Qadriyah, Patriantoro Patriantoro, Laurensius Salem

Abstract


This study aims to describe the grammatical interference of the Sambas Malay dialect in Indonesian in the procedural text of the seventh grade students of SMP Negeri 4 Teluk Keramat, Sambas Regency. The problems in this study are the form of grammatical interference, the types of grammatical interference, the factors that cause grammatical interference, and the implementation plan for Indonesian language learning in the 2013 curriculum. This research uses descriptive methods in qualitative form. Data collection techniques, namely, documentary study techniques and interview techniques. This study resulted in 43 sentences of grammatical interference form, consisting of 38 sentences of morphology and 5 sentences of syntax. There are two types of grammatical interference data, namely the transfer of morphological elements (affixation) of the Sambas Malay dialect into Indonesian and the neglect of the Indonesian language structure because there is no equivalent in the Sambas Malay dialect. Factors that cause grammatical interference are (1) Bilingualism of speech participants, (2) Low awareness of recipient language users, and (3) Carrying of habits in the mother tongue. This study resulted in a procedure text supplement which can be used as learning material in Indonesian subjects in the 2013 curriculum.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26418/jppk.v11i9.58225

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