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Lin1- Hw 5 - The (a) words are parts of the human body The...

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Lin Homework #5 Part One 8. A. (a) bachelor, man, son, paperboy, pope, chief (b) bull, rooster, drake, ram The (a) and (b) words are “male” The (a) words are “human” the (b) are “animals” B. (a) table, stone, pencil, cup, house, ship, car (b) milk, alcohol, rice, soup, mud The (a) and (b) words are “inanimate” The (b) words can be “mixed” with another C. (a) book, temple, mountain, road, tractor (b) idea, love, charity, sincerity, bravery, fear The (a) words are “concrete” The (b) words are “abstract” D. (a) pine, elm, ash, weeping willow, sycamore (b) rose dandelion, aster, tulip, daisy The (a) and (b) words are “plants” The (a) words are “trees” The (b) words are “flowers” E. (a) book, letter, encyclopedia, novel, notebook, dictionary (b) typewriter, pencil, pen, crayon, quill, charcoal, chalk The (a) words are “literature” The (b) words are “writing tools” F. (a) walk, run, skip, jump, hop, swim (b) fly, skate, ski, ride, cycle, canoe, hang-glide The (a) and (b) words are “transportation”
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Unformatted text preview: The (a) words are parts of the human body The (b) words are human made G. (a) ask, tell, say, talk, converse (b) shout, whisper, mutter, drawl, holler The (a) and (b) words are speech The (a) words are forms of speech The (b) words are volumes/rates of speech 9. -nym words: 1) acronym 2) bacronym 3) aptronym 4) toponym 5) tautonym 6) eponyms 7) exonym 8) heteronym 9) pseudonym Part Two a. My friend had to wait on me. Lexical Ambiguity Polysemy b. Chewing tobacco can be harmful to your health. Structural Ambiguity c. It will be hard to find the store without a sign Lexical Ambiguity Polysemy d. I wasnt very close to my sister when that happened. Lexical Ambiguity Polysemy e. That guy was stinking bad. Lexical Ambiguity Homonymy bad = not good or bad = cool Also Structural Ambiguity Part Three 1) Polysemous 2) Homonyms 3) Polysemous 4) Homonyms 5) Homonyms...
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2010 for the course LIN Lin1 taught by Professor Farrell during the Spring '10 term at UC Davis.

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