Verb Structure in Indonesian

https://doi.org/10.22146/jh.v0i3.1939

B.R. Suryo Baskoro(1*)

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Abstract


One of the major problems in studying Indonesian as a foreign language is
mastering the verb structure. This is due to the complexity of its affixation. A good and well-formed verb will ensure a good, formal, and acceptable sentence; on the contrary, a lack of affixe where it should be, will give a non-grammatical sentence. Indonesian verbs have two structures: simple and derived verbs.

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derived verbs, Indonesian, grammar, language, simple verbs, verb structure

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/jh.v0i3.1939

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