Projection clauses application on pan balang tamak text
Keywords:grammatical metaphore, pan balang tamak text, preposition meaning, projection clause, proposal meaning
Pan Balang Tamak text is one of popular texts in the community of Bali-Indonesia. Since several years ago, the popularity of the text has declined in community. Even more, many Balinese young generations do not recognize the text at all. The related institutions do some efforts to prevent the text from extinction, one of which is to write spoken text into written text. Many versions of Pan Balang Tamak written text are found in community, one of which is Pan Balang Tamak written. The text is viewed as contradiction from the figure’s character point of view. Language has very important role to identify the character of the figure through social interaction. The language used in social interaction is projection clauses. The research aims to find out the appropriate figure’s character through projection clauses.
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