Morphology - Derivation berr y cran talk-s quick-ly Words...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/6/09 Linguistics 101 Morphology
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10/6/09 Intro to Morphology Basic Concepts: Morpheme: the smallest unit of meaning in a language. Token: a sound sequence/gesture in the real world. Mode of communication: Arbitrariness:
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10/6/09 Kinds of Morphemes: Position of the morpheme: Root: Affix: prefix: suffix: infix: circumfix: Nature of the morpheme Free: - s dra w re- Root Root + Prefix Root + Prefix + Suffix Stem+ Infix Root + Circumfix abso-freaking- lutely ge-mak- t Free Root Bound Root Inflection
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Unformatted text preview: Derivation berr y cran talk-s quick-ly 10/6/09 Words and the Lexicon Word Classes Open Classes: e.g. Nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs Closed Classes: e.g. Pronouns, prepositions, auxiliaries, conjunctions, and determiners Word Coinage: Compounding: e.g., “blackboard” vs “a black 10/6/09 English Morphology Derivational Rules: N + -al A e.g., “national” V + -er N e.g., “runner” hap py-l y A A dv hap py-l y A A d v u n-A...
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