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12-morphology2 - Note-taking guide for INDV101 Language,...

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1 Note-taking guide for INDV101 Language, Spring 2009, Mon., 23/2 (Morphology continued) Distinguish inflectional morphemes from derivational morphemes. Give the number of morphemes in the following words. Define what functions the affixes have if there are any. (1) rider colder silver actor What does the quote in (2) tell us? (2) “Lindsay PC-ified this lecture for me so I wouldn’t mess it up” (converted it from Mac to PC) How is the past tense morpheme in the following words pronounced? (3) believed pushed judged looked roamed sobbed elected watched talked batted needed How about the plural morpheme in the following English words? (4) boot bead date road watches judges messes dashes What can you conclude from examples in (3) and (4)? What is allomorphy? What does it tell us? How are the following words in (5) pronounced in Korean when they are used in the subject position? What does this phenomenon in Korean indicate? (5)
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2009 for the course INDV 101 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '07 term at Arizona.

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