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Unformatted text preview: Linguistics 100: Homework 5 Due at the beginning of class on Friday, October 9. Please clearly indicate any collaborators, use a computer or typewriter, and staple if needed. Problem 1: Turkish (2 points) In chapter 4 of our congenial textbook Language Files , please do Exercise 30 on p. 183. Problem 2: Cree (3 points) In the aforementioned chapter 4, please do Exercise 39 on p. 188. Problem 3: English Complex Word Structure (5 points) The English affixes-al ,-ar ,-ion ,-ity ,-ive ,-ness ,-ous , and un- are illustrated by the words on p. 2. Accents mark stress in all the data in this problem. The affixes on p. 2 fall into two classes, “1” & “2”. Class 1 affixes are defined as those that sometimes change the position of stress or another phonological feature of their base. Class 2 affixes are defined as those that never do so. You will determine which affixes belong to which class....
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