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LIGN101 01.24.2010 MORPHOLOGY LIGN101 - INTRO TO THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE
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101 01.24.2011 building words Some words seem very related to other words see - seeing mountain - mountains laugh - laughable rat - rattiness
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101 01.24.2011 building words Form is the most obvious similarity but similar form does not always mean the words are related, e.g. cat - catalog Words can also overlap in meaning or semantics rat - rattiness, laugh-laughable, mountain-mountains Words can overlap in lexical category nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, etc.
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101 01.24.2011 lexical categories Noun: The young boy snoozed quietly under the tree. Verb: The young boy snoozed quietly under the tree. Adjective: The young boy snoozed quietly under the tree. Adverb: The young boy snoozed quietly under the tree. Preposition: The young boy snoozed quietly under the tree. Determiner: The young boy snoozed quietly under the tree.
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101 01.24.2011 morphology How are words related to another? How do complex words get built from simpler components?
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101 01.24.2011 morphology Basic types of word building derivation : takes basic phonological form of one morpheme and does something to make it another
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