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Journal > EDUPY > MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGE OF VERB AND NOUN IN OLD, MIDDLE, AND MODERN ENGLISH

 

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EDUPY
Vol 1, No 1 (2014): ELTICS Journal
MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGE OF VERB AND NOUN IN OLD, MIDDLE, AND MODERN ENGLISH
Rahmawan, Andi Dian ( Universitas PGRI Yogyakarta)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
11 Mar 2015
 
This library research aims to (1) identify effects of various colonialism on the change of morphological aspects of English Language and (2) explore the morphological change of verb and noun. Those two aims will give the readers a perspective of how language changes through the time. This is a library research which is conducted by collecting and processing data of various lexicons from a book entitled ‘A History of English Language’. The data processing is entirely based on some rules in a book entitled ‘Sejarah Bahasa Inggris’ written by Tarjana (1991). From the data processing, it is revealed that various colonizers ‘demand’ a language change, especially morphological aspect, in order a language understanding between colonizers and the colony will grow. Besides,  morphological change will give us a clear description about natural characteristics that a language will always experience a change to accomodate the need of communicating effectively and efficiently.   Keywords: morphological change, English Language, colonialism
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