Role of anggah-ungguh kruna in Balinese language sentence formation
Keywords:Addressed Level, Anggah-ungguh Kruna, Balinese Language Sentence, Sentence Formation, Sociolinguistics
Balinese language, as a large local language in Indonesia still exists, unlike mandatory local content at the level of primary and secondary education. Scrutinizing the importance of Balinese language role for the Balinese tribes, therefore, Balinese local languages should be maintained, nurtured, and preserved. This study was intended to describe the role of the Balinese language in the sentences formation. In order to achieve the goal, the sociolinguistic theory was used in the present study. In collecting data, the observation method and interview method were used. The data collected were analyzed using distributional methods. The formal and informal methods were applied in the presentation of the results of the data analysis. It was supported by an inductive and the deductive techniques. Based on the anggah-ungguh kruna as its formation, the Balinese sentence was divided: (1) alus singgih sentence, (2) alus sor sentence, (3) alus mider sentence, (4) alus madia sentence, (5) andap sentence, and (6) kasar sentence.
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