Translation of the English nominal suffixes into Indonesian in Louisa May Alcott’s little woman: The equivalent and shift category

https://doi.org/10.31940/jasl.v6i1.351

Authors

  • Ira Maisarah Universitas Bengkulu
  • Ade Suci Oktariani Universitas Bengkulu
  • Yelni Erniyati IAIN Kerinci

Keywords:

equivalent translation, category, translation, nominal suffixes

Abstract

This study analyzed the category shift on the translation of nominal suffixes in English and their equivalents in Indonesian. The data are taken from the novel Little Women by Louisa May Alcott and the Indonesian version translated by Annisa Cinantya Putri. This study used a qualitative method while the category shift was analyzed using Hatim & Munday framework. The result of the research shows that there are three kinds of shift that occurred: Class-shift (the changes of word classes), Structure-shift (the initial headword in English becomes the final in Indonesian), and Unit-shift (the changes of rank). The English nominal suffixes that are found in the novel can be equivalent to Indonesian affixes (suffix, prefix, confix, affix) combination reduplication, word, and phrase.

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Published

2022-06-28

How to Cite

Maisarah, I. ., Oktariani, A. S., & Erniyati, Y. . (2022). Translation of the English nominal suffixes into Indonesian in Louisa May Alcott’s little woman: The equivalent and shift category. Journal of Applied Studies in Language, 6(1), 73–89. https://doi.org/10.31940/jasl.v6i1.351

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