A.   
Introduction

Syllable
is a part of a word that contains a single vowel sound and that is pronounced as a
unit, for example, ‘bag’ has one syllable, and ‘ruler’  has two syllables. It mean that syllable is a
little thing on language. Syllables in English can be either stressed or
unstressed. The stressed often called strong syllable (strong form) and
unstressed also called weak syllable (weak form). It make me curious to learn
more about weak and strong form and make me want to create a  mini research about it. (Gut, 2009)

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First, learn about syllable especially weak and strong form
make me know how to spell the words, such as the word ‘baby /’bei-bi/’ include
two syllables and at the initial of the word has a strong form. On the other
hand, it can help me to improve my english language ability and help me in the
future when I teach my students.

According
to Ulrike Gut (2009) the internal 
structure of a syllable that 
is  thought  to  be
shared by all languages  in  the 
world- which is represented by the symbol (J – consists of an onset and
a rhyme, which in turn can be divided into a nu cleus and a coda. Syllables
that have no consonant in the coda position are called open syllabies. Closed
syllables have at least one consonant in the coda position. the weak form  is 
the  one that  is 
usually used in connected speech. It can be at the midle while the
strong form can be at beginning or at the end of the word. Only when such a
function word is produced on its own or for purposes of contrast or when it
appears at the end of an utterance do speakers use the strong form. Thus, in
“You and I” and is usually pronounced in its weak form  ‘dn 
(/ju:;:mar/),  whereas in  “You AND I”  with emphasis on and it is pronounced in its
strong form Iju:’rendm/. 0/ appears in its weak form in “One of you”
IWAn’dvju:1 but in the strong form IDVI in “The woman I saw a photo
of” IO’dwum’dnars;)1’df’dut’dU’DVI. So, I have done my mini research about
Weak and Strong form by Hiro Hamada on the Movie: Big Hero 6

 

 

B.   
Discussion

I have been analize the weak and strong form by
Hiro Hamada on the movie Big Hero 6. I found many words that weak and strong
form, and this is what I found.

·        I have a robot  (Weak form)

·       That was
my first fight ( Weak form)

·       I’m on a roll,
big brother! And there is no stopping me! (Strong form)

·       We love you, aunt
cass. (Weak form)

·       What? Go to
collage like you? (Weak form)

·       Is this
gonna take a long (Weak form)

·       Oh great, I get
to see your nerd lab (Weak form)

·       A robotic nurse
(Strong form)

·       I’m actually
alergic to that (Strong form)

·       Looks like a
walkin g marshmallow (Weak form)

·       I have to
go here (Weak form)

·       It will be
(Strong form)

·       I really want to
go here (Weak form)

·       I hope you like
it (Strong form)

·       This is a microbot
(Strong form)

·       It doesn’t look
like much. (Strong form)

·       But when its links
up with the rest of  its
pals…

Ø  Strong form

Ø  Weak form

Ø  Weak form

·       I think what I
want them to do (Weak form)

·       They do it (Strong form)

·       The applications for
this tech are limitless

Ø  Strong form

Ø  Weak form

·       What used to
take teams of people working by hand (Weak form)

·       For months or
years. (Strong form)

·       And that’s just
the beginning (Strong form)

·       If you can
think it (Strong form)

·       The microbots can
do it (Strong form)

·       Thank you! That’s
enough (Weak form)

·       Are
you crazy? What
are you doing?

Ø  Strong

Ø  Weak

·       Are you done?
(Strong form)

·       We were at school
all day. Got it?

Ø  Strong

Ø  Weak

·       Yeah, he
should hhave. (Strong form)

·       Now, he’s
gone (Weak form)

·       At the showcase
(Strong form)

·       And then set the
fire to cover his tracks

Ø  Strong form

Ø  Weak form

Ø  Weak form

·       We gotta catch that
guy (Weak form)

·       Get him,
baymax! (Weak form)

·       Nothing! Just
out for a walk. (Weak form)

·       He stole my
microbots.(Strong form)

·       Does this
symbol mean anything to you guy

Ø  Weak form

Ø  Weak form

·       The guys in the
musk was carrying something with this symbol on it

Ø  Strong form

Ø  Weak form

Ø  Weak form

And
so on. There are a lot of weak and strong form. But until the last example we
can see the words that weak and strong form. Here, I have the total. From 50
exampleof weak and strong from by Hero Hamada on the movie Big Hero 6, there
are devide into:

Weak
form      =  28 words

Strong
form    = 22 words

It
means on the movie, the weak form more than strong form.

C.   
Conclussion

The
conclussion is the syllable is a part of the word. The syllable can be stressed
or also called the strong form and can be unstressed often called weak form. On
the movie Big Hero 6, I found many example of weak and strong from by Hero
Hamada, but I just take 50 words. And from 50 words, there are 28 words that
weak form categories and 22 words that strong form categories.

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