The Derivation Errors Made By Students in Completing Paragraph of The Third Semester Students at FKIP UIR
In derivational word have meaning adding affixes, there are three kinds of affixes. Includes of suffix, prefix and infix to word in this research the writer want to know the third semester students at FKIP UIR capability in changing the derivational word. This research is descriptive quantitative there are one variable in this research. The location of this research was in English department of FKIP UIR and the writer took the data on November 20011 there are seven clases in third semester that consist of 317 student as population and the sample of this research was 47 students in 3c class. There is one instrument in this research, it is test and this test was given consist of three test. It was used to know students ability in changing the derivational word. From the data analysis, it can be seen for the first test there are 89,36% students feel difficult in changing infix 87,23% students feel difficult in changing suffix and 0% in changing prefix, after that from the second test there are 100% students feel difficult in changing infix, 80,85% students feel difficult in changing suffix and 21,27% students feel difficult in changing prefix and the last test there are 95,74% students feel difficult in changing infix, 87,23% students feel difficult in changing suffix and 68,08% students feel difficult in changing prefix, so it can be concluded the students more difficult in changing derivational word into infix. It can be seen from the explanation above from three times taken the data.
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