Dixon’s Run Subtype of Walk Verb in English and Buginese Language


Authors : Farah Fadilah; Hamzah A. Machmoed; Sukmawaty

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 12 - December

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This paper aims to contrast sentences and interpretations of the meaning and the grammatical constructions of the verb walk in English under Dixon’s principle and Buginese languages.The data from this study were taken from two sources. The English data was taken from the Corpus of Contemporary America English (COCA) while the Buginese language data was taken from the Kamus Bugis. The data were collected and analyzed using a descriptive qualitative method design. The results of this study indicate that: 1) There is one walk verb in English and there are eight verbs in Buginese; 2) English language can be implemented in intransitive and transitive verbs whereas Buginese mostly shown an intransitive verb in implementation 3) The verb walk found in both languages has some differences in terms of sentence construction and interpretation of meaning. 4) Walk verb in Makassarese language produce

Keywords : Verb, Walk, Construction, Meaning.

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