JURIAH : An Analysis of Students’ Morphological Errors in Writing Recount Text in Muhammadiyah University of Metro Academic Year 2013/2014.

"Juriah. 2014. An Analysis of Students’ Morphological Errors in Writing Recount Text in Muhammadiyah University of Metro Academic Year 2013/2014. An Undergraduate Thesis. English Education Study Program, Teacher Training and Education Faculty. Muhammadiyah University of Metro. Advisors:(1) Drs. Bambang Eko Siagiyanto, M.Pd (2) Fitri Palupi K, S.Pd., M.Pd. BI." 

"Writing is a medium of communication that represents language through the inscription of signs and symbols. Within a language system, writing relies on many of the same structures as speech, such as vocabulary, grammar, morphology and semantics. Most of the students still found difficulties in using grammar mainly in terms of using morphological components, especially dealing with verb changes and affixes. Normally, they made errors when they were ask to write English in form of paragraph. To be able to write, the students need to learn English words in the form of morphological components. The objectives of this research are to find out the kinds of students’ morphological error in writing recount text and to find out the difficulties faced by the student in writing recount text. This research is a descriptive qualitative. It means this study focused to describe and analyze the students’ error. It will be analyzed from the side of the morphological aspect in applying sentences the students make in their writing recount text. This research conducted at Muhammadiyah University of Metro. Based on the result that mentioned previously, the researcher found that The number of students’ omission and misformation errors are high. The highest students’ errors made in misformation are about 51, 19 %. Most of the students used wrong form of morphological in their writing. They get difficulties to transform verb in present tense into past tense. The second is the students errors made in omission are around 32, 74 %.The students not adding bound morpheme, they omit the necessary item in their sentences. The third, the students made errors in addition and misordering are about 13, 69 % and 2, 38 %. The students add unnecessary item and put incorrect placement of morpheme in their writing. On the other hand, according to table 4.2 the researcher conclude that the number of error is five or 31, 25 % students made error in global error and 11or 68, 75 % students made in local error."

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