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Author: Karnain


Distribution network accounts for more than 90% of power service disruptions. This study present fault Error analysis is one of Applied Linguistics studies which deals with Foreign Language Teaching (FLT), especially English Language Teaching (ELT). As the scope of this research focused on error analysis, the answer scripts of 29 primary school students in Majalengka were selected as the data source. Generally, there were about 186 errors found. Furthermore, the investigation resulted in information that intralingual phonological errors together with errors of performance were the most common types of error, e.g. 59 errors. On the contrary, interlingual phonological error was rarely found that was only 1 error. Overall, those errors examined in this exploration were ranked as follow, interlingual morphosyntactic error (28 errors), interlingual lexical error (20 errors) category of selection of wrong word in the case of divergence between L1 and L2 (8 errors) and word innovation as a result of literal translation from L1 (12 errors), intralingual morphosyntactic error (11 errors) category of innovation as a result of overgeneralization (8 errors) and deviation in word order (3 errors), and intralingual lexical error category of selection of wrong word as a result of phonetic relatedness within L2 (8 errors). In addition, none of interlingual lexical errors category of selection of wrong word when words are phonetically related in L1 and L2 was identified.           


error analysis, translation, English

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