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Practice Test Answer Key What are the morphs in the following words? Identify the roots. For each non-root morph, is it an affix or change? What kind of affix/change? Is it a derivational or inflectional morpheme? (Hint: There are roots that are not words without other morphemes, but they still have meaning. E.g. cran berry) in-con-sequenti-al (adjective) in: derivational prefix (adjective to adjective) con: derivational prefix (noun to noun) sequenti: root al: derivational suffix (noun to adjective) pre-fabric-ate-s (verb) pre: derivational prefix (verb to verb) fabric: root ate: derivational suffix (noun to verb) s: inflectional suffix (verb tense/agreement) sharp-en-er-s (noun) sharp: root en: derivational suffix (adjective to verb) er: derivational suffix (verb to noun) s: inflectional suffix (plural) house-d (verb) house: root voicing change: derivational change (noun to verb) d: inflectional change (verb tense) sunn-ing (verb) sun: root zero change: derivational change (noun to verb) ing: inflectional change (verb tense) Translate the following rules into the notation used in the reader (involving CAT and PROJ ) T' T VP [ CAT : T, PROJ :1] [ CAT : T, PROJ :0] [ CAT : V, PROJ :2] VP DP V' [ CAT
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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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