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# morphology 2 - Morphology Solving morphology problems...

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Morphology Solving morphology problems

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Morphology Solving morphology problems Identify recurring strings of sounds. Match them with recurring meanings. Turkish data /mumlar/ ‘candles’ /toplar/ ‘guns’ /adamlar/ ‘men’ /kitaplar/ ‘books’
Morphology Solving morphology problems Identify recurring strings of sounds. Match them with recurring meanings. Turkish data /mumlar/ ‘candles’ /toplar/ ‘guns’ /adamlar/ ‘men’ /kitaplar/ ‘books’ What do these have in common? Do any of these forms have anything in common with one another?

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Morphology Solving morphology problems Identify recurring strings of sounds. Match them with recurring meanings. Turkish data /mumlar/ ‘candles’ /toplar/ ‘guns’ /adamlar/ ‘men’ /kitaplar/ ‘books’ What do these have in common? Do any of these forms have anything in common with one another? They are all nouns in the plural . They all end in /-lar/.
Morphology Solving morphology problems Identify recurring strings of sounds. Match them with recurring meanings. Turkish data /mumlar/ ‘candles’ /toplar/ ‘guns’ /adamlar/ ‘men’ /kitaplar/ ‘books’ What do these have in common? Do any of these forms have anything in common with one another? They are all nouns in the plural . They all end in /-lar/. We could conclude that the plural is expressed with the suffix –lar in Turkish.

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Morphology Solving morphology problems Identify recurring strings of sounds. Match them with recurring meanings. Turkish data /mumlar/ ‘candles’ /toplar/ ‘guns’ /adamlar/ ‘men’ /kitaplar/ ‘books’ What do these have in common? Do any of these forms have anything in common with one another? They are all nouns in the plural . They all end in /-lar/. We could conclude that the plural is expressed with the suffix –lar in Turkish. We could further infer that if /mumlar/ means ‘candles’, then /mum/ (/mumlar/-/lar/) means ‘candle’.
Morphology Solving morphology problems Korean English hakkyo-eyse school-at English Turkish The Ø A Ø Spanish English Ellos They.masc Ellas They.fem English Plural /s/; /z/; /id/

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Morphology Solving morphology problems Korean English Morpheme order may hakkyo-eyse school-at vary from one language to another. English Turkish The Ø A Ø Spanish English Ellos They.masc Ellas They.fem English Plural /s/; /z/; /id/
Morphology Solving morphology problems Korean English Morpheme order may hakkyo-eyse school-at vary from one language to another. English Turkish The Ø Not all semantic / A Ø functional contrasts are present in all Spanish English languages. Ellos They.masc Ellas They.fem English Plural /s/; /z/; /id/

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Morphology Solving morphology problems Korean English Morpheme order may hakkyo-eyse school-at vary from one language to another. English Turkish The Ø Not all semantic / A Ø functional contrasts are present in all Spanish English languages.
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