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INDV101 Invented Language Project Part 3 - Syntax 1 Invented Language Project Part 3 - Syntax Objective: You will create a brief syntactic grammar for your language. You will use the words you invented in part 2 of this project to create sample sentences, and you will show how to produce a simple intransitive sentence, a simple transitive sentence, a Yes/No question and a ’WH-question’ (as in questions in English which require words such as ’who’, ’what’, ’when’, ’where’ or ’how’). Part 3 is worth a total of 50 points, and is due at the beginning of class Friday, October 19. Resources: * You must use the phonemic inventory and syllable structure restrictions you outlined in your Project Part 1, and the words and morphological processes you created for Part 2 (although you may correct and amend these based on the feedback you received from your section instructor). Each word you create must be made up of well-formed syllables, according to your syllable structure rules, and of well-formed morphemes, according to your lexicon and morphology. Your writing system must also be consistent with what you have proposed before. * You may wish to refer to the Language Construction Kit, compiled by Mark Rosenfelder (an invented language hobbyist) for models, ideas, and further explanation of this process: http://www.zompist.com/kit.html (however you may not simply duplicate content from this, or any other, site or resource!)
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