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Christina Smith Ling 322 Dr. Heidi Harley Homework 9 04/17/08 Problem 3, p. 182 -ceive . It looks like these words are compositional because "-ceive" comes from the French root "-cipere" and Latin "capere", which generally means "to catch," and all these words loosely relate to catching something. -cur French. currere: to run. These words are compositional, as "cur" relates to running, and these words all relate to events and how they flow. -duce French. ducere: to lead, conduct, draw. These words are compositional, because they relate to "duct" which is to draw or convey. -fer Latin, ferre to bear, carry, etc. These words are compositional. -fine finire: to finish. These words are compostional because they all pertain to something finite. -form from Latin forma, to give form to. These words are compositional, although I have a harder time with "perform," except that per- means through, so it's like bringing the action of a thing through. -vert
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Unformatted text preview: from vertere to turn. These words are compositional.-port Latin: portare to carry. These are all compostional, even "comport," which can refer to the way one carries oneself. -gress Latin: gradi to step, walk, go. These words are compositional.-ject Latin: jacere to throw. These words are all compostional.-mand Latin: mandare to commit, give in charge, enjoin. These words are all compostional.-mit Latin: Latin: mittere to send, put forth, etc . These words are all compostional. Problem 1, p. 215 a. We'll stay inside. b. It's going to cost extra for either the soup or the salad, whichever costs less, assuming that you order an entree. Otherwise, there's probably a soup & salad deal. c. Inclusive "or" is "If either A or B is true, then C is true. So if both are true, C is still true." Exclusive "or" is "If C is true, then only A or B is true, but not both." d. i. exclusive ii. inclusive iii. inclusive iv. exclusive...
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