Test 1 concepts - d Important info The subject is not the...

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Languages of the World 103:055 Fall 2009 Concepts to be familiar with for Test 1. 1. Be able to identify the following parts of speech: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, auxiliary, conjunction, postposition 2. Be able to identify the following types of phrases NP, VP, PP, AdjP, AdvP 3. Things to know: a. how to identify a constituent that is a phrase. b. subject, object, verb c. how to identify the basic word order for a sentence.
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Unformatted text preview: d. Important info: The subject is not the head of a sentence. For now, the sentence has no head. e. the word order correlations–Whaley, Chapter 5 p. 84. f. in the correlations, genitive is possessor g. there are no correlations for articles ( a, the ) and demonstratives ( this , that ) h. head initial, head final i. adverbial clause, complement clause, relative clause...
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