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Unformatted text preview: ] I will sit A. Make a list of all the morphemes in (1) and (2). If you find that a morpheme has multiple allomorphs, list all the allomorphs together for that morpheme. B. For each of the morphemes youve found that has multiple allomorphs, explain what determines where each allomorph appears. What are the conditioning environments for the allomorphs? C. For each of the Cree affixes, specify whether it is a prefix, suffix, infix, or circumfix. D. How do the forms of the morphemes for I and my differ? How are they similar? E. Give the word templates for Cree nouns and verbs (one template each). F. As far as you can tell from the (admittedly limited) number of word forms given above, can Cree noun roots be free, or are they always bound? What about Cree verb roots? Explain....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course LINGUISTIC 1 taught by Professor Chris during the Summer '10 term at UCSC.
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