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P  . M  K  : L  20. F  2007. Assignment E [Week 8] [E1.] (10 points) Below follows a list of morphological changes in various lan- guages. (1) Describe the type of morphological change and, if necessary, specify in detail (that is, by means of a rule) how the change from the second to the fourth column is e ected; and (2) apply it to the last word given. ± Verbs in Tagal: Noun Verb arrival dating to arrive dumating death datay to kill dumatay letter sulat ? ? ² Plural in Arabic: Root Plural noun write ktb books kutub draw rsm drawings rusum house bjt ? ? ³ Imperfect in Gothic: Root Imperfect grasp fah grasped faifah hope hôp hoped haihôp cut mait ? ? [E2.] (10 points) Below you find some arguments. Determine in each case
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Unformatted text preview: whether the conclusion follows logically from the premisses. If so, try to give an argument that shows why. If not, describe an exact situation where the pre-misses are true and the conclusion is false. John sings louder than Mary. Mary sings louder than Sue. John sings louder than Sue. (1) The school is in a different town than the shop. The shop is in a different town than the church. The school is in a different town than the church. (2) John is not a linguistics student. John is not a student. (3) Some students are married. Some married people have children. Some students have children. (4)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2008 for the course LING 20 taught by Professor Schutze during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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