Syntactic Structure Analysis of the Third Semester Students of English Department at FKIP UHN Pematangsiantar (A Government Binding Perspective)
Sipahutar, Reina Adelina
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This research is done to identify the notion of wellformedness of the learners acquisition of English in Non native Speaker Setting (NNs setting) and the nature of their acquisitional development in English language learners. The subject of this research is the third semester students of English Department FKIP UHN Pematangsiantar. There are three problems of this research. They are (1) To what ectent do the learners acquire wellformedness in their syntactic structure?; (2) What syntactic structure are dominant?; (3) What constructs are problem in acqusition of syntactic structure? There are three major theories used to answer the problems in this research. They are The Government Binding (GB) Theory, The Government Binding Parameter, and The System of Rules. This research was done by using the holistic Quantitative Qualitative design. The subject of this research is the third semester students of English Department at FKIP UHN Pematangsiantar. The object of this research is the Syntactic Structure of writing of The Third semester students at FKIP UHN Pematangsiantar. The findings of this research are (1) Based on the GB Theory the maximum wellformedness of students acqusition in English is 17 % and the minimum one is 83%; (2) Based on the GB Parameter the wellformedness of students acqusition in English is 50% and the error is 50%; (3) Based on the System of Rules the errors of students for Stucture of Predication is 38%, Structure of Modification is 47%, Stucture of Coordination is 9% and Structure of Complimentation is 6%.