Error analysis of causative "have" and "get" made by the third year students of SMA YPPI-I Surabaya

Susiwati, . (1992) Error analysis of causative "have" and "get" made by the third year students of SMA YPPI-I Surabaya. Undergraduate thesis, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya.

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Abstract

This study deals with the analysis of students errors in using Causative "have" or "get". The writer chose this topic because during her teaching practice at SMA, the writer observed that many students still made mistakes in doing written test on Causative "have" and "get". This research is meant to investigate the types of errors made by the third year students of SMA YPPI I Surabaya in using Causative "have" or "get". The major problem of this thesis is what types of errors do the third year students of SMA YPPI I Surabaya make in using causative "have" and "get"? This is further classified into five sub-problems, namely: (1) do the third year students make errors relate to the subject, (2) do the third year students make errors relate to the causative "have" or "get", (3) do the third year students make errors relate to the infinitive marker to, (4) do the third year students make errors related to the verb, and (5) do the third year students make errors related to the word order. From the data obtained, the writer analyzed, classified and counted the errors encountered. And the findings show that the most frequently error type made by the students is errors of verb (32,3%), followed by errors of causative "have" or "get" (23,1%), errors of infinitive marker ‘to’ (17,5%), errors of subject (15,3%), and finally errors of word order (11,8%). Then, the writer divided each error type into some sub-error types. The sub-error types consists of omission of auxiliary verb of causative "have" or "get" (19,5%), misuse of auxiliary verb of causative "have" or "get" (54,3%), misuse of causative "have" or "get" (26,2%), misuse of subject of the main clause (50%), misuse of subject of the embedded clause (50%), omission of verb (16,2%), misuse of infinitive verb (19,2%), misuse of past participle verb (64,6%), addition of infinitive marker ‘to’ (37,8%), omission of infinitive marker ‘to’ (62,8%), misplacement of object (27,7%), misplacement of auxiliary verb of causative "have" or "get" (7,8%), misplacement of two-word verbs (25,9%), misplacement of prepositional phrase (20,5%), other misordering words (18,1%). These results mean that: 1. The students are not aware of the existence of the auxiliary verb of causative "have" or "get". 2. The students are not aware of the tense in the sentence given, so they use the wrong auxiliary and the wrong causative "have" or "get". 3. The students cannot detect whether the subject of the sentence is singular or plural, so they use the wrong agreement of auxiliary and causative "have" or "get". 4. The student are still confused with the subject of the sentence. 5. In constructing causative sentence, the students do not understand when they should use the infinitive marker ‘to’ and when they should omit it. 6. In constructing causative sentence with active or passive form, the students are not aware with the existence of verb. 7. The students do not understand that they should use infinitive verb in using causative "have" or "get" with active form. 8. The students do not master well the right form of past participle verb. 9. In constructing causative sentence, the students are not able to put the object in a correct order. 10. The students are not aware that there are some verbs that cannot be separated. 11. The students are not aware of the different meaning that can occur because the wrong position of prepositional phrase. Based on the findings, the writer concludes that the most difficult part of causative "have" and "get" is the correct use of verbs and the easiest is word order. Hopefully, the findings of this study will give us better information about how the students learn English Causative "have" and "get". The findings are expected to be used by the English teachers as input to improve their ways of teaching Causative "have" and "get".

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Department: ["eprint_fieldopt_department_Faculty of Teacher Training and Education" not defined]
Subjects: English Education
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > English Education Study Program
Depositing User: EK Lengkonosari PN
Date Deposited: 10 Jun 2015 20:24
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2015 20:24
URI: http://repository.wima.ac.id/id/eprint/2476

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