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Version A  - 1 - Linguistics 100 Test 5 Note your section and test version (A) on the scan-tron Choose the best answer for the following multiple-choice questions. 1) In the tree below, which node is an adjunct? a) The upper XP b) The lower XP c) X d) YP e) ZP 2) Which of the following contains an example of a Tensed Relative Clause? a) Do you want to see a movie? b) The movie that we saw yesterday was three hours long. c) With nothing to do, we decided to see a movie. d) I noticed him limping. e) Have you ever seen it? 3) One critical difference between the complements of verbs and the adjuncts of Verb Phrases is that 4) Which of the following contains an infinitival adjunct? Version A
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Version A  - 2 - 5) Which of the following can be adjuncts? 6) Generally, Adjuncts are different from Complements because a. Adjuncts contain no semantic information. b. Adjuncts are not required by the head. c. Adjuncts do not modify or describe the head. d. Adjuncts can only be attached to verbs or adjectives. e. Adjuncts are required by the head. 7) Which of the following is an example of an adjunct? a) Direct Object b) Appositive Noun Phrase c) Indirect Object d) Subject e) Objective Complement 8) Before any movement takes place, adjuncts occur a) to the left of the head and complements. b) to the right of the head and complements. c) either to the left or to the right of the head and complements. d) between the head and its complements. e) as a sister of the head. 9) Which of the following underlined PPs is an adjunct? 10) Which of the following sentences contains an Adjective Phrase as an Adjunct? Version A
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