In Japanese, ~kiri belong to a class fukujoshi word or word of auxiliary verb, ~mama belong to a class of word keishiki meishi (formal noun) and ~ppanashi included into setsubigo (suffix). All of three can be attached behind the verb and have a specific rule to use. After the three attached behind the verb it will create new shades of meaning. This study analyze how to use ~kiri, ~mama and ~ppanashi in Japanese sentence in which all three have the same shades of meaning that is the condition of omission. The background of this research is based on the Tamura statement that ~kiri, ~mama and ~ppanashi are keishiki meishi and its suffixes are synonymous. Then Fujishiro said that the three may have the same meaning, that was state of omission. Therefore, I suppose that the ~kiri, ~mama and ~ppanashi interchangeable because it has the equality of meaning . Besides it, the trio certainly has the basic meaning of each that differentiate from each other. The method used in this research is descriptive and qualitative analyzes of data sources from different sample sentences (jitsurei) obtained from the literature Japanese language such as novels, newspapers, journals, newspapers and materials for the Japanese exam (Nihongo Nouryoku Shiken). The result of this study is known that ~kiri, ~mama and ~ppanashi have equal significance is declared a state of omission, a case was happened constantly, and a state that has not changed. In addition, the meaning of the three can be changed by attachment or pattern of phrases. The meaning equality of ~kiri and ~mama are to convey the meaning of a situation which has not changed since the last time of occurence, while ~ppanashi not have that meaning. The meaning equality of ~mama and ~ppanashi are stated an remissness, or do something improperly, while the ~kiri do not have that meaning. ~kiri ~mama, and ~ppanashi have the basic meaning of its own. ~kiri means 'end, only / limit', meaning of ~mama are 'does not change, remain, and intact', and ~ppanashi means 'state are repeated and continuing'. Moreover, at the turn of the three, it is known that ~kiri can be replaced by ~mama and ~ppanashi, ~mama can not be replaced by ~kiri or ~ppanashi, and ~ppanashi can be replaced by ~mama and ~kiri. The bottom line, though ~kiri, ~mama, and ~ppanashi have similar meanings, but not necessarily interchangeable. Although it can be replaced, the shades of meaning will be changed. In subsequent studies I hope to analyze of misusing of ~kiri, ~mama, and ~ppanashi.
Berdasarkan penelitian yang telah dipaparkan sebelumnya, pada bab ini akan disampaikan kesimpulan dari hasil analisis data. ~kiri, ~mama dan ~ppanashi ini memiliki hubungan antara maknanya dengan menggunakan analisis imitokuchou (feature semantic) seperti yang diungkapkan oleh Sutedi : 2011 : 139. Hubungan antara makna dari ketiganya, persamaan, perbedaan dan perbandingan makna diantara ~kiri, ~mama dan ~ppanashi.
Maka dengan metode ini, tidak hanya akan dijabarkan mengenai ~kiri, ~mama dan ~ppanashi tetapi juga akan diperbandingkan dan dianalisis penguunaannya secara mendalam untuk mengetahui persamaan dan perbedaan yang terdapat di ketiga kata tersebut serta probabilitas ketiga kata tersebut untuk saling menggantikan posisi masing masing di sebuah kalimat.
Penelitian ini dapat bermanfaat untuk memperkaya khazanah keilmuan khususnya yang berkaitan dengan ~kiri, ~mama dan ~ppanashi. Selain itu, bermanfaat sebagai salah satu bahan kajian pustaka yang dapat dijadikan sebagai salah satu pedoman mengenai persamaan dan perbedaan dari ~kiri, ~mama dan ~ppanashi dari segi penggunaannya.
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