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Madurese is a major regional language of Indonesia, with some 14 million speakers, mainly on the island of Madura and adjacent parts of Java, making it the fourth largest language of Indonesia after Indonesian, Javanese, and Sundanese. There is no existing comprehensive.
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Abstract :. Madura dan Bhs. Madura yang dapat dipakai sebagai rujukan sehingga penulis menggunakan versinya sendiri dalam menganalisis morpologi Bhs. Selanjutnya tujuan yang diinginkan dalam penulisan artikel ini adalah penulis ingin menunjukkan bahwa didalam Bhs.

William D. Davies (Author of Grammar of Raising and Control)

Key words:. Morpheme, affixation, derivation, inflection.

Madurese [1] language is recently being spread almost all over Java by means of its culture and the population movement out of Madura island [2]. Many people in Java are able to express their idea in Madurese Language as fluently as those of the native. There are three classification of Madurese Language used in Madura Island [4]. The classification itselft showing the stratification of language user [5]. The writer of this article interest to analyse the morphological proces of Madurese since there is no standard or Madurese morphological books, the writer who himself live in Madura, uses his own style combining with the style from some other madurese people and than come to the comparation of english morphological process.

The other reason is to show that Madurese also has a system of morphological process. In this article the writer uses phonetical symbol [6] , to make easy for the reader who still strange to this language. While the most common consonants distiguishing from the others are bh, dh, gh, jh,? Main discussion. The writer of this article in this case try to describes the morphemes or in other words he makes an afford to decipher the morphological proces of Madurese and English and also their relationship.

The main problems that he would like to discuss as follows :. Morphology is the study of the building blocks of meaning in language, but in this case there are many linguist define the word morphology differently [7]. Yet, they have actually the same point of view in reaching the definition itself. A morph is a meaningful group of phone or the sound of units which cannot be sub devided into two smaller meaningful unit.

An allomorph is a class of morp which are phonetically and semantically identical; that is, they have the same phoneme in the same order and the same meaning. A morpheme is a group of allomorphs that are semantically similar and in complementary distribution. Morpheme is also the minimal unit of meaning. While Raja T Nasr [8] , a morpheme is a unit in language that carries meaning.

Tense and Aspect in Madurese: Projecting Davies’ work on Grammar of Madurese

It may be composed of one sound or two sound or several sound. What is important is that the uint should have meaning and that we should not be able to break it down into smaller unit with meaning. A free morpheme is a morpheme which can occur alone as an independent word, or in other word, a morpheme that can stand by itself; for example, the, cat, man, go.

This type of morpheme is also called independent morpheme. Meanwhile, a bound morpheme is a morpheme to which other morphemes may be attached or a morpheme that cannot stand by itself; it must be attached to another morpheme in order to be used. This type of morpheme is called dependent morpheme, for example, cats [cat — free morpheme] and [s — bound morpheme]. Affixation is a process of grouping letters or sounds added to be the beginning of words [in the case of prefix] to the middle of word [in the case of infix] or to the end of word [in the case of suffix].

There are actually still many other examples that will be shown latter. Suffix is an affx that is placed at the end of word or base such as; goodness, cats, winterize.


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Inflection And Derivation. It is inevitable thing to discuss a little bit about affixation before we come to the discussion of inflection and derivation for they have an obviously tight relation. As he has already deciphered above that affixation might comprise prefix, infix, and suffix. This affixation is a process of identifying words which is the ultimate goal of morphemics being discussed in this article. The word avoid will becomes avoids, avoided, avoidable , avoidance , and unavoidable. This is actually the process of both inflection and derivation. An affix [in English usually a suffix [9] , the case of —s and —ed from the stems avoids and avoided] that change the form of word without changing its form class or basic meaning s called inflection.

Madurese Morphology. Before analyzing Madurese morphology the writer is going to show the phonetic symbols of Madurese Language followed by the example of Madurese word because they would be used to symbolize the words of Madurese.

The manin goal of understanding this phonetic transcription is to make the readers easier to read the words. Meanwhile the consonant phonemes of Madurese Language [10] , the example as follows :. Morphoponemic Transformation.

A Grammar of Madurese

Madurese language has its own characteristic in transforming the phoneme which are some times arbitrary. The function of the trabsformation in the Madurese language is simply to make the language nicer to hear. The morphophonemic are as follow :. The base form of the verb stated by acertain consonant and get a nasal prefix symbolized with [-n] form an active —transitive verb by coalescing the consonant such the example below :. Example :. The Morphological process being presented in this section employ following cases ; base or root, morpheme type, derivation consisting of prefix, infix, suffix and both prefix and suffix, inflection comprising plural form reduplication.

A base or root is a free form to which other morpheme may be attached.

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In Madurese language, the root going to discussed is related to the syllables of the word. There are about three bases of the Madurese Language which is accordance with the syllables as follow :. The base with one syllables. Morpheme Type. It can be called as independent morpheme or free morpheme because it can occur alone as an independent word. The other type of morpheme in the Madurese Language as a bound morpheme, a morpheme that cannot stand by itself; it must be attached to another morpheme.

This kind of morpheme also called dependent morpheme because the morpheme cannot occur alone. It represent the suffix in Madurese language. Below, the discussion going to focus on the affixation namely; prefix, infix, suffix, and both prefix and suffix. It will be clear with the example for each of the prefix, as follow :. Active, focus on subject. The examples are as follow. They will be clear with the example below :. These affixes are formed with the base, noun, verb, and adjective. These affixes are formed with the base, noun, verb, adjective, and numeral. The example of Madurese inflextion will be shown below.

Madurese Infixation. Base : parenta. Base : kettek. Base : pasthe. Base : tekka. English Morphology.

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Affix is a group of letters or sounds added either to the beginning of a word, to the middle of a word, or to the end of a word. English Prefix. Here are some prefixes in English which are commonly used in everyday English :. The example of the prefix will be shown on the table below :. English Suffixes.

Suffixs is an affix that is placed at the end of the word or base. It usually affects the changing of the word classes such as verb to noun, from verb to adjectives, from noun to adjective, and from adjectives to noun. This kind of process is usually called as derivational suffixes or derivational morpheme [11]. The process of assimilation, often a phonemic change which takes place when two morpheme are combined results in neighboring phonemes becoming more like each other, in Madurese Language as the process of changing the first consonant in order to form verb such as :.

Principally, the root of the Madurese Language is similar to the root of English because every language has been the same root that would be regarded as a source of word to which other morphemes may be attached. The thing that make them different is on the number of syllables. While English has more than four syllables in its base such as in the following classification :. The current research aims to scrutinize the generality and idiosyncrasy of verb formation mirrorred in Madurese language.

"Conjunctions" in Madurese Language

The language has been easily understood and intuitively acknowledged for native speakers. Since the ir regularity, changing a word in shapes and functions, also demonstrates its linguistic facet, the approach from morphological explanation becomes crucial. This is to provide background information for those especially interesting in learning the language and or simply making even the native speakers aware of.

Furthermore, it would be beneficial in a way that the proper uses both syntactically and semantically are appropriate. This employed the explanatory research, collecting the data from WA WhatsApp group. All members are indigenous of Madura and thus the group facilitates the extensive use of the given language. By identifying, capturing and classifying the required data, they were subsequently analyzed from the proposing morphological underpinnings.