APPLICATION OF GOOGLE TRANSLATE FOR WRITING THESIS ABSTRACT IN ENGLISH (GRAMMAR ERROR ANALYSIS)

  • Mulyadi Mulyadi Jakarta Islamic University - Indonesia
  • Dini Hidayati Panca Sakti University - Indonesia
Keywords: Google Translate, inappropriate, tense, use, abstract, Appropriate

Abstract

Google Translate is a popular translation and is used by most people around the world. Google Translate not only offers translation in various languages, it can even speed up work Translate. In learning the new norm, Google Translate is considered the easiest way to facilitate translation work and assist students in completing academic assignments. Based on the preliminary survey that had been done toward fifteen English thesis abstracts of  post  graduate  students,  it  was  found  a  lot  of  mistakes  in  the  writing  (tenses).  This research aims at identifying the use of tenses/grammar  in English thesis abstracts. The type of this research is descriptive through documentation study approach. The population was all English thesis abstracts at post graduate program Jakarta Islamic University. The sampling was purposive sampling. The data were analyzed descriptively. The results of the research showed that the inappropriate use of tense was more than that of theappropriate one in the part of background; the inappropriate use of tense was more than that of the appropriate one in the part of research method; the inappropriate use of tense  was  more  than  that  of  the  appropriate  one  in  the  part  of  result  (findings); the appropriate  use  of  tense  was  more  than  that  of  the  inappropriate  one  in  the  part  of discussion; and the appropriate use of tense was more than that of the inappropriate one in the part of conclusion and suggestion

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Published
2021-12-12
How to Cite
MulyadiM., & HidayatiD. (2021). APPLICATION OF GOOGLE TRANSLATE FOR WRITING THESIS ABSTRACT IN ENGLISH (GRAMMAR ERROR ANALYSIS). Akademika : Jurnal Teknologi Pendidikan, 10(02), 349-360. https://doi.org/10.34005/akademika.v10i02.1584