Analysis of English Vocabulary in the Mind of Student

Authors : Suharyanto H. Soro

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 8 - August

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When someone mentions the term vocabulary, of course, in our perception refer to a list of the words or phrases in a language, in the form of alphabetical order. Vocabulary is also regarded as a crucial role of a language. In the other words, vocabulary is the basic aspect of a language. Students are demanded to know and to master vocabulary in order to be able to practice four English skills. The existence of vocabulary can be found in the form of reading passage, conversation or speech, and grammar exercises. In the other words, the importance of vocabulary is shown in listening, reading, writing and speaking. One who has lack of vocabulary would have problem in identifying word for meaning. The research method used in the present study were based on interview, classroom participant observation, and questionnaire are primary data collection. Generally, based on this research finding indicated that English vocabulary is gained by taking course. Students learn vocabulary with different styles, namely: opening dictionary, searching online, reading an article, and asking friends. Besides that, they also got new English vocabulary through conversation. So students learn English vocabulary based on their awareness that is to use it in communication with other people and to understand academic materials written in English. Students have different people to practice their new English vocabulary. They faced people who can make them pleasure in practicing it. In this case, based on this research indicated that most students (82%) practice new English vocabulary with their friends.

Keywords : English Vocabulary; Mind; Students.


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