Bela, Trifonia Krens (2011) PHRASES FOUND IN NOVEL THE PLAYER BY MICHAEL TOLKIN. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Warmadewa.

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The title of this paper is “Phrases Found in Novel The Player by Michael Tolkin”. The discussion of this paper is limited of kinds and functions of phrases. There are three theories that are used in writing this paper, they are: the theory of phrases taken from book “A Comprehensive Grammar of The English Language” by Randolph Quirk (1986) as the main theory and the supporting theory taken from book “Contemporary English Grammar” by J.D Murthy (2003) and from book “Practical English Usage” by M. Swan (1980). The method that is used consist of three steps, there are: data source, data collection and data analysis. As a data source of this paper is taken from one novel that is “The Player” by Michael Tolkin (1988). After analyzing the data, it can be concluded that the kinds of phrases can be divided into five kinds, they are: verb phrase (consist of five functions), noun phrase (consist of nine functions), adjective phrase (consist of three functions), adverb phrase (consist four functions) and the last phrase is prepositional phrase (consist of three functions).

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: phrases found, novel
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PE English
Divisions: Faculty of Letters > English Language and Literature
Depositing User: wija ukir
Date Deposited: 21 May 2016 01:29
Last Modified: 21 May 2016 01:29

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