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Unformatted text preview: 1 2011-1- 8 š  ‰ “ 1 Ch-3. Morphology (  ): The Words of Language (1) know which is an acceptable English word * Nkrumah *thih *maimb stroke (2) know the structure of these words undrinkable, impossible, unforgetfulness ,… (3) know elements within the words follow a fixed order ? Un-drink-able , *un-able-drink, *drink-un-able , 2 2011-1-    ‰ “ 2 What else?   ,  ,  ,  ,  ......(o)  � � ,  � ,  � ,  � ,  ....(x) English-speaking, country-loving, truck-driving ...(o) girl-swimming, dog-running, prisoner-escaping....(x) unhappy, unclean, unimportant, ungodlgy,....(o) unsad, undirty, untrivial, unevil,..................(x). 3 2011-1- X   ‰ “ 3 (1) Knowledge about phonological properties of words: phonotactics ( X   ‰ “ ) Rule (1): No word begins with / /. m et, n et, summ er, cann y, fing er, sum , can , sing *ng et Rule (2): No word ends with /h/. h at, ah ead, *hah ..... Rule (3): #C 1 C 2 V... VC 3 C 4 # sp y, sp it, fr y, *sb y, *rfy..... camp , * capm , Rule (4): #C 1 C 2 C 3 V... /s/ p l spl it, str ike, scr ew,.... t r k w 4 2011-1- Ø t E ‰ “ 4 (2) Kwnowledge of semantics of words: the sound and its meaning √ bear and bare have different meanings. √ sofa and couch have diiferent meanings. √ spelling or orthography of their words.  But they do not know..... √ etymology of words (algebra, scholar,.....) √ the possible length of words (pneumonoultramicrospcopicsilicovolcanoconiousis) 5 2011-1- Ø ™  ‰ “ 5 (3) Kwnowledge of the grammatical category (=synatactic class) Whether the word is a noun, a verb, an adjective, an adverb, a preposition, etc. Ex ) I love you. You are the love of my life. a book, *a children He reads the Bible. She read the Bible . 6 2011-1- ‚ ` . „ “ 6 Contents words (  ) vs....
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Phonetic during the Spring '11 term at American InterContinental University.

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