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INDV101 – EXAM 2 Short Answer Questions Page 1 of 1 SECTION 2 – Short Answer questions Answer each of the questions that follows in the space provided. Your answers should not be longer than the space given on this exam. Each question is worth 15 points, for a total of 30 points. Your answers should demonstrate that you understand the question, and can apply concepts from our course lectures, readings and assignments to the questions. Be sure you answer all parts of the question, and be sure you write clearly and legibly. If it is difficult to read your answers for any reason, points may be deducted from your score. Your answers must be written in complete sentences . 1. In lecture, we described a phenomenon called “do-support”. Describe what do-support is, explain why it happens, and provide an example of an English question involving do-support.
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Unformatted text preview: 2. What is the cooperative principle and what is the name of the scholar who proposed it? Answer both parts of that question, and then name the 4 maxims which compose the principle. In addition to naming the maxims, define each of them. 3. Explain what Nominative, Accusative, and Genitive Case are. Give 3 different example sentences containing English pronouns that demonstrate each type of Case, and explain each example using complete sentences. 4. Identify and describe at least 5 different morphological processes in English, and then give at least one example word to illustrate each process . 5. Draw a tree for the following sentence: The kangaroo smiled. Be sure to label all appropriate parts and connect them properly. Describe your tree using complete sentences....
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