Dedy Subandowo (2016) Podcast To Finding English Politeness
This research entitled Podcast to Finding English Politness . The research was conducted to analyse the details of language politness p roduced by the anchors of Podcast Series I from British Councill. The discussion of this paper can be devided into problem background, theoretical review, discussion and conclusion. The research method presented on this discussion is a descriptive research approach whereas the main data were taken from the scripts of the conversation of series 1 from Podcast by British Council. There are more or less one hundred and fifteen expressions that can be succesfully transcripted from the dialogue. The analyzing da ta then are classified into each field. The details data presentation is explained on the table. The finding discussion reveals that there are different types of language use for indicating politeness. Thus, the writer devided into different categories suc h as Asking for Doing Something and Stating Conditional Situation, Giving Advice, Giving Opinion, Affectionating to do, Feeling Grateful Appreciation, Expressing Pleasure, Emphasizing.
Keywords : British Council, Language Learning, Language Politness, Pod cast, Socio - pragmatics.
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