Agn 6 - what is your hypothesis about its distribution? 2....

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Lign 120 - 2009 Ackerman Assignment 3 I. Consider the data below where the words have been conveniently provided with indications for morpheme boundaries. As usual, identify all form-meaning correspondences you find in the data and list them in your mini-lexicon. Pay particular attention to the marking of plurality:
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Unformatted text preview: what is your hypothesis about its distribution? 2. Consider the data below. Identify all lexical roots or stems and other form-meaning correspondences. Though simple, what is the morphotactics? What is the order of words?...
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