The Translation of If in Conditional Sentences

Tika Rizky Norwanti

Abstract


The translation of If in
conditional sentences has several meanings in all types. In
some dierent types of If in conditional sentence is not
translated into only one meaning. It is possible that the
meaning is dierent for each type.The problem in this re-
search is what is the translation of If in conditional sen-
tences into Indonesian based on simple future (type 1 ),
simple past (type 2), and past perfect (type 3).The aim of
this research is to nd out the translation of If in condi-
tional sentences in Indonesian. The writer used qualitative
research as the research method The writer tried to nd out
the translation of If in conditional sentences by examining
two versions of novels, i.e If Tomorrow Comes by Sidney
Sheldon and it is translation Bila ESok tiba by Irina Mil-
dawani S. The translation of If in conditional sentences has
many dierent translations based on each type. Namely :
simple future (type 1) can be translated into bila, kalau,
and not translated, simple past (type 2) , can be translated
into jika, bila, seandainya and seharusnya and past perfect
(type 3) can be translated into jika, bila, seandainya and
kalau.

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