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Question 3 3.2 The given or known information determined by linguistic factors - The island, Jim, the canoe, these objects are not new, Jim is also not new information because earlier the speaker referenced “we” which proves that there is presence of another person apart the speaker. The given or known information determined by extra linguistic factors - Broad day, the speaker does not mention information about this day but shares as part of known reality or something that can be seen 3.3 The three functions of isiZulu 1. Function of specifying, emphasising a noun - The pronoun occurs pre-normally E.g. Bona abantwana bayadlala 2. Function of contrasting a noun - The pronoun occurs post-normally E.g. abantwana bona bayadlala 3. Pronominal function - Deletion of the noun e.g. (abantwana) Bona bahambile Question 4 4.1 Semantic features feature Bull (inkunzi) Cow (Nkomazi) animate + + human - - female - + adult + + - The only feature which differentiates ‘bull’ from ‘cow’ (+- female) 4.2. The man milks the cow - IsiZulu: Indoda Isenga I Nkomazi
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The boy milks the cow - IsiZulu: Umfana usenga I Nkomazi 4.3 Synonyms - Synonymy refers to sameness of meaning. The near-synonyms are sometimes referred to as cognitive, descriptive, propositional or referential synonyms. Near-synonyms are similar and differ in meaning Types of near synonyms are classified as the denotational variations, stylistic
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