An Analysis of Slang Word Formation in Ice Cracker Ii (The Emperor’s Edge 1.5) Short Story by Lindsay Buroker

Authors

  • Hardianti Hardianti
  • Fina Amalia Masri

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33772/elite.v2i2.1019

Keywords:

Sociolinguistic, Slang Word Formation, Short Story

Abstract

This research used Short Story by Lindsay Buroker as the object material and Slang Word Formation by George Yule’s as a theory. This research aimed to analyze what is the slang word formation in Ice Cracker II (The Emperor’s Edge 1.5) Short Story. This research used a qualitative research method. The result of the research shows that there are 11 data found, they are Coinage consists of 2 data, Compounding consists of 2 data, Blending consists of 3 data, Clipping consist of 1 data, Derivation consists of 2 data, and Multiple Process consist of 1 data. The most dominant of slang word formation is Blending. Blending is a combination of two separate word forms to make a single new word term.

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Published

2022-12-15

How to Cite

Hardianti, Hardianti, and Fina Amalia Masri. 2022. “An Analysis of Slang Word Formation in Ice Cracker Ii (The Emperor’s Edge 1.5) Short Story by Lindsay Buroker”. ELITE: Journal of English Language and Literature 2 (2):98-105. https://doi.org/10.33772/elite.v2i2.1019.

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Vol. 2 No. 2 December 2017

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