MODUS DALAM BAHASA INGGRIS DAN BAHASA TONTEMBOAN (SUATU ANALISIS KONTRASTIF)
Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ABSTRACT
Â Â Â This research entitled â€œMood in English and Tontemboan languageâ€: (A Contrastive Analysis). The aims of this research are to identify, to classify, to analyze and also to contrast, the mood in English and Tontemboan language. The English data were collected from books and website, while Tontemboan language data were collected from several native speakers who lives in Kopiwangker, Langowan district. The writer used theory of Frank (1972) to identify and classify the kinds and functions of mood and used Ladoâ€Ÿs (1957) theory to contrast both languages. This research used a descriptive method. The result of this research shows three kinds of mood with each function in both of languages. Kinds and function of mood in English and Tontemboan language are imperative mood, subjungtive mood, and indicative mood. Imperative mood used to express commands or request, subjungtive mood used to express unreality, wishes, and conjecture, and indicative mood is used in all other situation that do not using the functions of imperative and subjungtive mood. The differences of English and Tontemboan language are English has regular and irregular verb and using â€žto beâ€Ÿ to distinguish singular and plural, whereas Tontemboan language has no an alteration of verb form towards singular or plural.
Keywords: Mood, English, and Tontemboan Language, Contrastive Analysis