SUBORDINATOR RELASI TEMPORAL DALAM KALIMAT MAJEMUK BERTINGKAT

Andi Haris Prabawa

DOI: https://doi.org/10.23917/kls.v19i1.4413

Abstract

The study describes subordinators indicating temporal relations of equivalence
and sequence in which their existence in compound-complex sentences are obligatory.
The distribution method and its five techniques (Immediate Constituent, deletion,
permutation, substitution, and expansion) are used to identify the types and
distribution of the subordinators within the Indonesian sentences. The result shows
that subordinators indicating equivalence of temporal relations are saat, ketika,
waktu, sewaktu, kala, tatkala, selama, and selagi. Meanwhile, subordinators indicating
sequence of temporal relations are begitu, usai, sesuai, sesudah, selepas, and
sehabis. The distribution of the two kinds of subordinators in the cimpound-complex
sentences vary; they can be placed initially, medially after the main clause,
and after subject of the main clause.

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