Passive Voice In Research Papers

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more Comparing the correspondences of passive structures in a language that does not have passive voice we have an important insight in some of its characteristics.In this paper I also analyze the behaviour of translators when the topicalization is involved in the text.This phenomenon is attested in both Southern dialects and in non-Han languages.

In contemporary Chinese the morpheme gei, which is a full verb meaning ‘to give’, may be used either as an agent marker or as an object marker.

In fact, the verbs meaning ‘to give’ often turn into agent markers in other Chinese dialects,...

From the perspectives of passive structure translation, the study was expected to find out the...

more This study aimed at comparing the English passive voice with Indonesian passive voice using the English-Indonesian passive translation results.

He took my book, take=take away) or louer ‘to rent out to/to rent from’ in French.

The affix ‘do-’ means ‘to give’ in French while ‘da-’ in Hittite (Benveniste, 1966) indicates ‘to take away’.more The Germanic varieties in the Netherlands exhibit several constructions that force the direct object out of its function and may therefore be classified as antipassives.Examples are the simple exclusion of the object with certain transitive verbs in Dutch, the replacement of the object by a PP in Dutch and object incorporation in West Frisian.The Germanic varieties in the Netherlands exhibit several constructions that force the direct object out of its function and may therefore be classified as antipassives.Examples are the simple exclusion of the object with certain...From the perspectives of passive structure translation, the study was expected to find out the variations of English passive translation into Indonesian since passive structure can also be found in Indonesian. Bostoen (guest-eds.), Valency-decreasing derivations and (quasi-)middles in Bantu. (Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 36.3: Special issue)There have been plenty of research studies which have demonstrated the efficacy of focus on form (Fon F) approach in language teaching.The choice of verbs in the Indonesian passive sentence was determined by the action conducted by the doer found in the sentence whether it was intentionally or unintentionally done by the doer. However, processing instruction as a kind of Fon F approach has not been given due attention. more There have been plenty of research studies which have demonstrated the efficacy of focus on form (Fon F) approach in language teaching.When the doer did the action intentionally, the verb with prefix di-will be applied whereas unintentional action is marked by prefix ter- . However, processing instruction as a kind of Fon F approach has not been given due attention.As such, the present study is an attempt to shed more lights upon the effects of the processing instruction (PI) on EFL (English as a Foreign Language) learners' acquisition of passive voice by comparing PI to dictogloss and an output instruction.The participants recruited for the study were 51 pre-intermediate level EFL students.The pretest revealed that there was no significant difference between the groups regarding passive voice knowledge.

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