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Title: Adverbs Found in BBC News
Keywords: BBC News;Adverbs;Grammar
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2018
Abstract: This research concerned with the study of the types and the functions adverbs was aimed at finding the type and determining how the function of adverbs found in the BBC News article. The source of data were the article part of story entitled ““He Wasn't Happy Until He Had Me All To Himself” 17 January 2018 edition. This study was conducted by using descriptive qualitative method and was taken place in the library of UMSU. The data was collected by reading some English grammar books, especially about adverbs and the data from internet to complete this study. The data classified into it ways of classification based on the type and function of adverbs. The result of the analysis the researcher found there were 112 data of adverbs from 160 sentences. The number of types of adverb classified by meaning were 97 data. . There was 6.19 % of adverb of manner , 39.17% of adverb of place , 24.74% of adverb of time, 2.06 % of adverb of sequence, 9.28 % of adverb of frequency, 11.34 % of adverb of degree, and % of adverb of emphasize. Meanwhile, the number of types of adverbs classified by function were 15 data. There was 13,33 % of sentence adverbs, 46.67 % of conjunctive adverbs, 26.67 % of relative adverbs, and 13.33 % of interrogative adverbs.The dominant type of adverbs found in the BBC News article was adverb of place. The function of adverb found the BBC News article were as modified verb, adjective, and modified of entire sentence. There was 64.3% of adverb modified verb, 13.4 % of adverb modified adjective, and 22.3% of adverb modified of entire sentence. The dominat function of adverbs that occured was adverb which modified verb
URI: http://repository.umsu.ac.id/handle/123456789/3692
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