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10.24843 Indonesian Derivative Verb Affixes: a Study of Typological Linguistics Darlina, Lien; Artawa, Ketut; Sedeng, I Nyoman; Sri Satyawati, Made
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol 12 No 2 (2018): eJL-July
Publisher : Doctoral Studies Program of Linguistics of Udayana University Postgraduate Program

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Based on the typology of the morphological point of view, Indonesian is an agglutinative language. Affixation plays an important role in its morphological processes, meaning that prefixes, suffixes and affixes are added to the word stems to form new words. From the syntactical point of view, its basic word order adheres to SVO. The predicate, which is in the form of verb, has the ability to bind arguments to create a clausal structure. Therefore, it is possible that one verb binds one argument, two arguments and three arguments, highly depending on the type of the verb. As a case study of typological linguistics, this present study is an initial one which explores the Indonesian derivative verbs. The theory of typological linguistics is used to analyze the system through which how the Indonesian derivative verbs are morphologically formed is analyzed. In this case, the verb functioning as the predicate, can bind arguments in order to create a clausal structure. The result of the analysis shows that, from the perspective of the typological linguistics, the Indonesian derivative verbs can be derived from the stems under the categories of 1) noun, 2) adjective, 3) precategory, and 4) verb. It also shows that there are six types of derivational affixes which can be used to form derivative verbs from the four stems mentioned above; they are (1) ber-, (2) ber-an, (3) ter-, (4) meng-, (5) –kan, and (6) –i. The ones which can be attached to nouns to form derivative verbs are ber-, ter-, meng-, -kan , and –i ; the ones which can be attached to adjectives to form derivative verbs are ber-, ter-, meng-, -kan and –i; the ones which can be attached to precategory to form derivative verbs are ber-, ber-an, ter-, meng-, -kan, and –i; and the ones which can be attached to verbs are –kan and –i. The derivational affixes ber-, ter-, and meng- are used to form intransitive derivative verbs, and the derivational affixes meng-, -kan, and –i are used to form transitive derivative verbs.
Derivational affixes in Japanese and Indonesian Darlina, Lien
English Vol 2 No 1 (2018): June 2018
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Bali

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Japanese and Indonesian seen from morphological typology is an agglutinative language in which the morphological processes are done by affixation, ie by adding prefixes, suffixes and infixes. While the basic sequence sentence structure has a SOV sequence pattern for Japanese and SVO for Indonesian language. The predicate filled by the verb is capable of binding arguments in constructing the clause structure, so that there are verbs with one, two and three arguments, it depends on the type of verb. This study is a preliminary study of Japanese and Indonesian derivative verbs: the study of linguistic typology. The Theory of Linguistic Typology is used to analyze the formation of Japanese and Indonesian derivative verbs in which the verb serves as the core of the predicate to bind the argument in constructing the clause structure. From the perspective of linguistic typology, the results of the analysis show that (1) the basic form of Japanese derivative verb formers are adjectives (keiyoushi) and noun verbs, whereas Indonesian derivative verbs are derived from adjectives, nouns and pre-categorical. (2) The Japanese derivation affixes joining the adjective (keiyoushi) are -める meru, -まるmaru, -がるgaru’, -むmu and which joins the noun verb is -するsuru.  While the derivational affix of the Indonesian language that joined the nouns are meng-, ber-, ter-, ke-an, ber-an, ber-kan, per-, -i, per-i, per-kan,  the affix that joins the adjective are meng-, ber-, ter-, ke-an, ber-an, ber-kan, per-, -kan, per-i, dan –i and the affixes that join the pre-categorical are meng-, ter-, ber-, ber-an, -i,-kan.
KONSTRUKSI PASIF BAHASA JEPANG (Kajian Gramatika Relasional) Sahara, Rita Maria; Darlina, Lien
SOSHUM : Jurnal Sosial dan Humaniora [Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities] Vol 3 No 2 (2013): July 2013
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Bali

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This article examines of Japanese passive construction viewed from a study of relational grammar. Passive construction in Japanese are divided into three types, namely chokusetsu ukemi 'direct passive', mochinushi no ukemi 'possession passive', and daisansha no ukemi 'third party passive'. By applying Relational Grammar Theory (RG), the result of analysis indicates that the changes of grammatical relation has the same revaluation in ukemi chokusetsu, that is the direct object of active construction becomes the subject of passive and active construction subject becomes chomeur. In Japanese, mochinushi no ukemi, and daisansha no ukemi can be operated by RG with its own constraints.
PREDIKASI VERBA DERIVATIF BAHASA JEPANG DAN BAHASA INDONESIA (Kajian Tipologi Linguistik) Darlina, Lien; Budiasa, I Made
SOSHUM : Jurnal Sosial dan Humaniora [Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities] Vol 5 No 3 (2015): November 2015
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Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui predikasi derivatif Bahasa Jepang (BJp) dan Bahasa Indonesia (BI).  Metode yang digunakan adalah analisis teks secara kualitatif dengan menggunakan program komputer Korpus. Hasil analisis menunjukkan bahwa dilihat dari perspektif  linguistik tipologi, bentuk dasar verba derivatif BJp bisa dari Adjektiva (keiyoushi) dan Verba Nomina,  sedangkan untuk BI bisa dari Adjektiva, Nomina dan Prekatagorial.  Afiks derivatif BJp yang bisa bergabung dengan Adjektiva (keiyoushi), yakni: -める, -まる, -がる, -む, dan untuk BI  mem-, ber-, ter-, ke-an, ber-an, ber-kan, per-, -kan, per-i, dan –i. Afiks BJp yang bisa bergabung dengan Nomina -する, sedangkan untuk BI yaitu mem-, ber-, ter-, ke-an, ber-an, ber-kan, per-, -i, per-i, per-kan. Afiks BI yang bisa bergabung dengan bentuk dasar prekatagorial yaitu mem-, ter-, ber-, ber-an, -i,-kan. Dalam BJp Afiks –める, -む,-するmembentuk Verba Derivatif Transitif, sedangkan afiks : -まる, -がる,-するmembentuk Verba Derivatif Intransitif, untuk BI afiks  per-, -i, per-i, per-kan membentuk verba derivatif Transitif, dan mem-, ber-, ter-, ke-an, ber-an, dan ber-kan membentuk verba derivatif Intransitif.
Peningkatan Kapasitas Bahasa Jepang Dasar dan Etika Pelayanan Pelaku Pariwisata Di Banjar Panca Bhineka, Tanjung Benoa, Kuta Selatan, Badung Darlina, Lien; Solihin, Solihin
WIDYABHAKTI Jurnal Ilmiah Populer Vol 2 No 1 (2019): Nopember
Publisher : Bagian P2M STIKOM Bali

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Kebutuhan kompetensi bahasa Jepang bagi warga Banjar Panca Bhineka, Tanjung Benoa, Kuta Selatan, Badung bagi pelaku pariwisata mutlak diperlukan. Aspek ini penting untuk mendukung industri wisata bahari yang merupakan ikon pariwisata di daerah tersebut. Jurusan Pariwisata Politeknik Negeri Bali sebagai lembaga pendidikan vokasi mengamati perkembangan pariwisata bahari di Tanjung Benoa berkembang pesat terutama dengan kedatangan turis manca negara dalam berbagai aktivitasnya. Sementara para pelaku pariwisata belum siap menghadapi kondisi ini karena kemampuan komunikasi berbahasa asing belum memadai, salah satu sebabnya adalah, pekerjaan yang dahulu sebagai nelayan, sekarang bergeser menjadi pelaku pariwisata. Kondisi ini perlu disikapi dengan memberikan pelatihan bahasa asing khususnya bahasa Jepang yang menekankan pada komunikasi sehari-hari. Metode pembelajaran yang digunakan berbasis paradigma student centered dengan pendekatan communicative language teaching. Tujuannya untuk meningkatkan kompetensi komunikasi bahasa Jepang dengan cara mengenalkan suatu konteks yang relevan. Peserta setelah diberikan pelatihan sudah mampu mengucapkan bunyi ?hatsuon?, greetings, asking thanking and saying apologies, serta bercakap-cakap: memperkenalkan diri, menyatakan kepunyaan, menyatakan skejul juga harga.
ANALYSIS OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION TO ROOM SERVICE QUALITY ON LITTLE NAN YANG RESTAURANT IN LE GRANDE BALI ULUWATU Dwi Wikrama, I Kade Bagus; Komala Sari, I Gusti Agung Mas Krisna; Darlina, Lien
Journal of Applied Sciences in Travel and Hospitality Vol 1 No 1 (2018): March 2018
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The increasing of suporting tourism accomodation in bali, makes competition to get customers more difficult. That caused by the diferent services provided by the each of service provide. One of type of service that often provide to costumers is Room Service, which is room service increasingly increasing caused by customers requestition that basicly want to get and enjoy fast and practicaly without having wait in a long time. Relating of that cased, it makes one of challenge by accomodation provider likes hotel Le Grande Bali Uluwatu to keep compete with others providers. One othe strategy taken by this hotel is to keep the Quality of Service that provide to customers. With optimal service, hope service provider can complete customers expectation, then customers will be back and enjoy the services that given from service provider. The purpose this study is to find out how room service quality by the customers satisfaction at hotel Le Grande Bali Uluwatu and to know which indicators are classified in 4 kuadran diagram kartesius This reserach was conducted in hotel Le Grande Bali Uluwatu with customers who used room service as respondent during stay on hotel Le Grande Bali Uluwatu. Data collected by the questionnaires and analysis by importance performance analisys. The result from the reserach indication that room service in hotel Le Grande Bali Uluwatu provided was quietly satisfactory. It can be seen an the average of the assessement of the implementation of the company reach 4,56%, greater than the rating of impotance which is 4,59%, which mean that quality of service given by hotel Le Grande Bali Uluwatu is quitely satisfactory. In the placement of Cartesian diagram have three indicator that go into quadrant A (main priority) and there are also two indicator that go into the quadrant D (Excessive) so it becomes an important task for the company to pay more attention to the tourists need to complete future customer expectations.
ANALYSIS OF FOOD COST CONTROL AT THE ONE LEGIAN HOTEL Pradiptha, I Wayan Arya; Darlina, Lien; Elistyawati, Ida Ayu
Journal of Applied Sciences in Travel and Hospitality Vol 1 No 2 (2018): June 2018
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This study focuses on food costs controlling with special reference to the hospitality industry. The purpose of this research is to know the control of food cost at The ONE Legian Hotel in May, June, July 2017, and to identify the cause of food cost percentage?s variance between actual food cost and standard food cost. This research uses two methods of data analysis : 1) Quantitative method is use to determining the variance between the standard with actual food cost reconciliation, and calculating variance by using the one way methods analysis which refers to Mulyadi (1995 : 425) to know the profit or loss that caused by the variance, 2) Qualitative descriptive method by giving interpretation about data of standard and actual food cost reconciliation. Data collection method in this research are interview, observation, documentation review, literature review. The results of this research indicate that: (1) food cost controlling at The ONE Legian Hotel in May and June has been run well, but in July the implementation did not run well, this is indicated from the happening of the adverse variance between actual food cost with standard food cost, (2) an increase of the food cost reconciliation?s percentage between the actual from standard budgeted in May, June and July due to an increase in total incoming stocks, gross consumption and net consumption, beside that, the increase in food cost percentage also caused by the decrease of total opening inventory, total inventory available, total closing inventory, or decrease of elements of food adjustment, and net food sales.
BALI-BALIKU BEACH FRONT LUXURY VILLAS’ RECEPTIONIST UDERSTANDING OF STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES Sukadana Putra, I Putu Dede; Darlina, Lien; Suarta, I Ketut
Journal of Applied Sciences in Travel and Hospitality Vol 1 No 1 (2018): March 2018
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This paper aims to find out how much receptionist staff understandi standard operating procedure (SOP) in Bali-Baliku Beach Front Luxury Villas. This paper was made because of the interest of the writer about the changes that occurred after the implementation of standard operating procedure (SOP) in Bali-Baliku Beach Front Luxury Villas considering that the standard operational procedure is an important thing in a company as a document or tool to achieve company goals. This research uses descriptive qualitative research method. Methods of data collection in this study are interviews, observations, questionnaires, and literature study. The results of this study indicate that: 1) All employees of the receptionist have done their duties and responsibilities in implementing standard operating procedures (SOP) very well and correctly, in accordance with the direction of the front office superiors in Bali Baliku Beach Front Luxury Villas. 2) All employees of the receptionist have a good understanding of the definition of operational standard procedures and can define them. 3) All receptionist employees have understood and implemented the stages in serving the guests such as the stages of serving the guest check-in, serving the check-out guest, informing the porter service, posting guest payments, doing print out registration cards, scanning guest id, settle cash payment, and settle payment by credit card properly and in accordance with SOP applicable in receptionist section.
THE APPLICATION OF STANDARD OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES BY FRONT OFFICE DEPARTEMENT TO INCREASE GUESTS’ SATISFACTION IN THE HAVEN BALI SEMINYAK Kadek Deo Sudiatmita, I; Wayan Jendra, I; Linna Sagitarini, Luh; Darlina, Lien
Journal of Applied Sciences in Travel and Hospitality Vol 1 No 4 (2018): December 2018
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This study aims to find out the application of standard operational procedures by front office departments in The Haven Bali Seminyak to improve guest satisfaction and to know the implementation of SOP (Standard Operation Procedure) that need to be improved and maintained by front office department. There are 15 SOP that are divided into 3 SOP namely GSA, GRO and BSA. Respondents in this research are 10 of the management ranks in the Front Office Department of The Haven Bali Seminyak. This research uses quantitative descriptive analysis technique using Likert scale 5 level. The data obtained were processed using the technique of descriptive statistic. In this study, the entire implementation of standard operational procedures by the department of front office shows that the implementation is fully implemented, although from 15 existing SOP, there are 4 SOP that need to be upgraded: welcome greetings, VIP check-in and check-out guest handling, luggage storage, and baggage arrival. Therefore, the company needs to provide training with the approach and training method by using the standard operational procedure themseves so that the services provided can satisfy the guests.
PROMOTION STRATEGY WEDDING PACKAGE (A CASE STUDY AT KARMA KANDARA RESORTS BALI) Bintariani, Ni Made; Astawa, I Putu; Darlina, Lien
Journal of Applied Sciences in Travel and Hospitality Vol 1 No 2 (2018): June 2018
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This study aim to determine the promotional strategies applied and the most effective promotional strategy used for wedding package at Karma Kandara Resorts Bali. Collecting data in this study thourgh in dept-interview with the hotel. Data analysis technique used are qualitative descriptive techniques. The result of the research show the implantation of strategy for wedding package at Karma Kandara Resorts Bali such as advertising, personal selling, selling promotion, and publicity. All of the promotional strategies that are used most effectively are Personal Selling for wedding package at Karma Kandara Resorts Bali