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1 Ling 110, Section 1 (Morphology) February 10, 2006. Homework #1: 2.12 (p.50), 2.19 A-C (p.64), 2.21 cut down to 5 compounds , see the box below (p.69), 2.27 (p.86) and 2.29 (p.88). Due : Monday at 9 am into HW-dropbox on the course website . Homework Hints: 2.12: Lakhota . More on reduplication below. Note that question (c) is about the two sentences in question (b). 2.19: Tagalog Reduplication. For this problem, keep in mind that both basic and intensive verbs may contain some affixes. Read pp.57-60 and also try Exercise 1 below for a hint on what some of those might mean. More on reduplication on this handout. 2.21: English N-N-N Compounds. Please consider only the following 5 compounds: baby buggy bumper hair care product metal filing cabinet mother seagull rubber ducky lover 2.27: Chickasaw Verb Segmentation. More on metathesis below. 2.29: Egyptian Arabic Verbs. More on discontinuous morphemes below. Note that question (d) asks you to give the form for each of the following six verbs: ‘study’, ‘do’, ‘copy’, ‘live in’, ‘carve’, and ‘sew’. I. Morpheme Segmentation Exercise 1 : In Tagalog, a verb may occur in three different forms, depending on which sentence role (actor, object, or directional) is focused or emphasized. Given the following paradigm, identify morphemes that indicate AF (actor-focus), OF
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