linguistics hw#1 - Yashoda Pokharel YP624 HW#1 2. a) It...

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Yashoda Pokharel YP624 HW#1 2. a) It doesn’t conform to the rules of grammar, because there’s no preposition before the word go. b) It seems to conform with the rules of grammar c) It lacks preposition, therefore it doesn’t conform with the rules of grammar. d) It seems proper, so it conforms with the rules of grammar. e) Came doesn’t seem to be the appropriate word for this sentence, so it doesn’t conform with the rules of grammar. f) The sentence end in a preposition, therefore it doesn’t conform with the rules of grammar. g) The order of the words seems odd; it is not placed in the correct order. The sentence obviously doesn’t conform with the rules of grammar. h) The sentence would be proper, it stated “ Elizabeth resembles Charles.” i) It conforms with the rules of grammar. j) It conforms with the rules of grammar. k) Eager is not the proper word, so it doesn’t conform with the rules of grammar.
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course PHYS 302L taught by Professor Tsoi during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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