The House On Hope Street Essay

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THE TRANSITIVITY VERB IN THE NOVEL THE HOUSE ON HOPE

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I. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the Study

As a form of literary works and the result of a creative work, is essentially a media that

utilize the language to express about human life. Therefore, a literary work, in general,

contains about issues surrounding human life. The novel is one form of a literary work. The

novel is a fictional story in writing or words and have an element of intrinsic and extrinsic. A

novel is usually tells about the life of human interaction with the environment and each other.

In a novel, the author tried as much as possible to direct the reader to the images of the reality

of life through the stories contained in the novel.

The verb is a word
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It is known that the content of the meaning of words in a language you need to

know in order to understand the language. Therefore, it is also important to understand the

meaning of the word when combined into a phrase meaning and the meaning of a sentence.

1.2 Problems of the Study

Meanwhile, based on the statement above there are some problems to be discussed is to

find the types of transitive verb and to identify which verbs are the lowest and the highest in

parameters of transitivity in the novel The House On Hope Street.

1.3 Aims of the Study

Furthermore, the primary purpose of this study is to describe about the types of

transitivity found in the. This study also attempts to deepen the analysis of transitivity verb

and applying theory and its parameter which is proposed by Hooper and Thompson (1980).

II. RESEARCH METHOD

Research method is important to guide in analyzing the data and help the reader to

understand the research. Library research was applied to this study which means using some

books to analyze the problem. Research method can be divided into data source, method and

technique of collecting data, method and technique of analyzing data.

The data of this study is a novel which is written by Danielle Steel (2000) entitled
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