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Unformatted text preview: Morphology Solving morphology problems 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? 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. 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 A 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 A 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 Not all semantic / A functional contrasts are present in all Spanish English languages. 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....
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