101 11-9 - INDV 101 November 9 2009 Section 57 Review for...

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INDV 101 November 9, 2009 Section 57
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Review for Test 2 Reminder: the second exam is scheduled for this Friday, November 13th. It will cover morphology and syntax In the following slides, I present a review of what you need to know for the test.
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Morphology Key terms: Morpheme Root Affix Inflectional derivational Word-formation processes Affixation Back-formation Compounding You should know what these mean, and be able to apply them -- match examples with the
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Inflectional vs. derivational MOST affixes in English are derivational. If in doubt, how can you tell? Only derivational morphemes can change the word class (e.g., from N to V) Inflectional affixes are always suffixes There’s never more than one of them And they come at the very end of the word
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English has only 8 inflectional morphemes. If it’s an affix and not on this list, it must be derivational. -s1
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course INDV 101 taught by Professor Walker during the Fall '07 term at Arizona.

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101 11-9 - INDV 101 November 9 2009 Section 57 Review for...

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