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THE USE OF WORDS CHAINS GAMES TO INCREASE THE STUDENT’S VOCABULARY MASTERY



THE USE OF WORDS CHAINS GAMES TO INCREASE THE STUDENT’S VOCABULARY MASTERY

CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION

This chapter describes the background, problem statement, the objective of the research, the significance of the research, and the scope of the research.

A. Background

Vocabulary is a key to master English because by mastering vocabulary, it is easier for students to understand English. In other words, most of text books are written in English, Alwasilah in Maryam (2003: 1) point out that at least 60% of scientific books are written in English, while the people who can read and understand English are still limit, if  they don’t master vocabulary. In order to master English, the elements of
language skills such as grammatical structure, vocabulary, and sound system must be taught to the students as the prerequisite knowledge toward the English language use and skills because language is characterized by these elements.
 On of the element of English involve in the language skills is vocabulary. Vocabulary is only needed to convey what one wish to say that is organized by Grammar. The ability to communicate and to convey our social needs could not establish without having enough vocabulary as Williams(1978:11) acknowledge that:
“We would accept that vocabulary will be initially less important than grammar. The fact is that while without grammar very little can be conveyed, without vocabulary, nothing can be conveyed, what are normally teach of as vocabulary, item, hours, verbs and adjective do included contain more than a sequence of lexical item with grammatical information other words and yet we have no difficulty in understanding them”.
The reality shows that without vocabulary building, students cannot communicate his or her ideas, emotions, feelings, and desires. It is impossible communication without words. It means that words are?????


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