|dc.description.abstract||One of the expressions in Japanese language is bunmatsu hyougen. Bunmatsu hyougen is sentence-final expression. In this research, researcher used descriptive qualitative methods and analyze shuujoshi which is a type of bunmatsu hyougen. The data was taken from Nihongo Chuukyuu 1(chapter 1- 7) and Marugoto (chapter 1- 9) texkbooks as data and the study used for analysis is pragmatics (illocutionary speech act). The purpose of this research to understand the theory of bunmatsu hyougen and knowing the illocutionary meaning of shuujoshi, so that learners not misunderstanding in the use of bunmatsu hyougen shuujoshi.
According to results of the analysis found ne, yo, ka, and kana in Japanese conversation in textbooks, and has different illocutionary act means. Among them is the meaning of particle ne consists of 5 meanings namely is 1) showing emotional expression, 2) soften speech or a sentence, 3) asking for certainty, 4) convey information, 5) looking for a deal. Then, meaning of particle yo has 2 meanings, 1) showing information which is a new thing for interlocutor, 2) urging interlocutor to do something. And then, meaning of particle ka has 7 meanings, namely 1) showing request information, 2) rhetorical, 3) request confirmation, 4) ask for approval, 5) chit chat, 6) offers something (commissive), 7) invitation. Then the last one is kana has 2 meanings, namely 1) showing the speakers ask themselves, 2) showing a sense of doubt.
They have different purpose of using and used as a feeling of confusion, sympathy, etc. for particle ne. Particle yo used for so that interlocutor believes speaker’s statement, etc. the meaning of particle ka for the purpose of using is rhetprical question as response to statement from interlocutor . And then, kana is used as an expression of lack of confidence in something. The total data obtained was 116 data.||en_US