LDP part 3 template - language uses prepositions or...

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Language Documentation Project, Part 3 – Syntax <<TYPE YOUR NAME AND SECTION NUMBER HERE>> <<TYPE THE DATE HERE>> Page 1 of 1 SECTION 1: Overview <<type in the name of your language, and the basic word order here>> SECTION 2: Simple sentences A simple intransitive sentence <<be sure to write your example using the four-line system described in the assignment handout, and that your sentence uses the word order you’ve identified in section 1>> A simple transitive sentence << be sure to write your example using the four-line system described in the assignment handout, and that your sentence uses the word order you’ve identified in section 1>> A simple sentence containing an adpositional phrase << be sure to write your example using the four-line system described in the assignment handout, and that your sentence uses the word order you’ve identified in section 1. State whether you
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Unformatted text preview: language uses prepositions or postpositions, and make sure your example is consistent with this claim&gt;&gt; SECTION 3: Question formation A Yes/No question &lt;&lt;be sure to write your example using the four-line system described in the assignment handout, and then explain clearly how the Yes/No question was formed from its corresponding declarative structure (using one of the sentences you created for part 2 would be excellent)&gt;&gt; A WH question &lt;&lt;be sure to write your example using the four-line system described in the assignment handout, and then explain clearly how the WH-question was formed from its corresponding declarative structure (using one of the sentences you created for part 2 would be excellent, say how you substituted the WH word for one of the nouns in your example sentence; and then describe any movement that occurred)&gt;&gt;...
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