By Richard A. Demers, Ann K. Farmer
A Linguistics Workbook is a complement to Linguistics: An advent to Language and Communications, fifth variation. it might even be used with different introductory and intermediate linguistics texts. while many of the examples in Linguistics are according to English, the workbook presents workouts within the significant parts of linguistics (for instance, syntax and morphology) drawn from a wide selection of languages. This variation contains new routines, in addition to refinements to a few of the unique ones.
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Ellerimden 22. evler 23. eline 24. ellerin 25. elimden 26. ) when it refers to one person and as plural ( p / . ) when it refers to more than one person. 2 0 B g 2 r 0 tU 0 0 Questions A. In the spaces below, list the Turkish morphemes that correspond to the English words on the right. Turkish morpheme English gloss 1. "(the) hand" 2. "(the) house" 3. plural 4. ("myy7 5. "our" 6. )" 7. )" 8. "too" 9. 'W' 10. "from" B. ) of the suffixes in a word? C . Based on your answers in questions A and B, how would you translate the following English forms into Turkish?
Blu 12. w18 la~tsAV aerna81st. 2 Transcription: Monosyllables Question Write the following monosyllabic words using the transcription system given in appendix 3. Be sure not to be fooled by the orthography. 1. fish 16. plan 31. laugh 2. thin 17. pooch 32. rough 3. then 18. pouch 33. thought 4. hitch 19. peach 34. drought 5. ping 20. rouge 35. though 6. taste 21. dew 36. cog 7. sheep 22. do 37. clinch 8. try 23. due 38. raw 9. live 24. fin 39. lawn 10. life 25, vine 40. gone 11. jut 26. roof 41, lath 12.
What does the diacritic " represent? , their past tense form can be predicted). These past tense forms are shown in list 11. Like the English plural morpheme, the English regular past tense morpheme has three variants: in this case, [t], [d], and [id]. Consider the data in lists I and 11. ) Answer questions A-F, referring to distinctive features in your answers. ) List I 1. please Last sound of verb [zl List I1 pleased 2. grab grabbed 3. slam slammed 4. plan planned 5. fit fitted 6. fix fixed 7.
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