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|Title:||Counter-Factual Presupposition Used By The Main Character In The Hotel Transylvania Series 2 Movie|
|Abstract:||This study concerns with presupposition used by the main character in the Hotel Transylvania series 2 movie. The objectives of this research were to find out the type of presupposition, counter-factual presupposition is the dominant type or not of presupposition, and why the dominant type become dominant by main character’s dialogue in this movie. This research was conducted by applying qualitative descriptive design. The data of this research were taken from the dialogue by main character in the Hotel Transylvania series 2 movie, it is Dracula. The data were collected and analyzed based on 6 types of presupposition according to Yule, which are Existential, Factive, Lexical, Structural, Non Factive, and Counter-Factual. The finding of this study shows that only 5 types (Existential, Factive, Lexical, Structural, and Counter-Factual) which are found in the dialogue by main character in the Hotel Transylvania series 2 movie, and 1 type which are not foundin the dialogue by main character in the Hotel Transylvania series 2 movie. They are Existential is 74 items (63.24%), Factive is 21 items (17.94%), Lexical is 7 items (5.98%), Structural is 6 items (5.12%), Non Factive 0 item (0%), and Counter-Factual is 9 items (7.69%). The existential presupposition become the dominant type. The implication of the dominant type of presupposition which is used in the dialogue by main character in the Hotel Transylvania series 2 movie is the movie wants to tell about the existence of the players in this movie to viewers from their properties or their job by their each charactes. It can make the story more interesting to watch.|
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