ling2 - p. 109 4. a. inflection suffix b. free root c....

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p. 109 4. a. inflection suffix b. free root c. derivational suffix d. bound root e. derivational prefix 5. A. a. um b. aba c. fazi- married woman fani-boy zali- parent fundisi-teacher bazi-carver limi- farmer dlali- player fundi- reader B. d. the derivational suffix –a indicates the category verb e. the nominal suffix is –i f. um+noun+i (singular) aba+noun+i (pluaral) g. fund h. baz p.111 9 a.wa- noun prefix attached to plural nouns of Class I tu- “person” su- “knife” ki- noun prefix attach to singular nouns of Class II vi- noun prefix attach to plural nouns of Class II kapu- “basket” fika- “to arrive” lala- “to sleep” me- past tense marker for verbs na- present tense marker for verbs ta- future tense marker for verbs anguka- “to fall” b. noun+tense marker+ verb c. 1) mtoto naanguka 2) vikapu vimefika
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3) mtu taanguka p. 115 18 a. 1) chaaha 2) hopoba b. 1) tok 2) sa 3) chi 4) there is no morpheme that means he/she. It is unmarked. c. 1)chisipokni
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