Analysis of Dialect in Minangkabau Language Between Padang and Sijunjung Dialect

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Yessy Marzona

Abstract

Minangkabau people have many dialects, every region has one dialect. Padang and Sijunjung do not have same dialect. Padang city uses Minangkabau Language because this is a standard language eventhought they has many varieties dialect use in daily communication.


Padang and Sijunjung, both of which are often called Minangkabau language, are different dialect rather than different dialect of one language because they are not mutually intelligible in their spoken form. The problems are the difference between phoneme in Padang and Sijunjung dialect and phonem deletion and additional in Padang and Sijunjung dialect. There are differences between phoneme of Padang dialect and Sijunjung dialect. The difference of phoneme can be seen in their vowels and consonants in several position of phoneme such as initial, medial and final.

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Marzona, Y. (2021). Analysis of Dialect in Minangkabau Language Between Padang and Sijunjung Dialect. Jurnal Ilmiah Langue and Parole, 5(1), 60-67. https://doi.org/10.36057/jilp.v5i1.505

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