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This article is trying to see the great difference of positive and negative politeness concept proposed by Brown and Levinson by looking at different second person pronouns of English and Indonesian language. Politeness which ties the use of language universally exists in any language, though the concept is uniquely different. Brown and Levinson's (1987) proposition of the concept of politeness, despite fruitfully enriching our understanding, could not escape criticism of several points one ofdoi:10.21107/prosodi.v13i1.5340 fatcat:viaeli6zsjbqjaesi4dzi7xvmi