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G.Definition of Termslists down and defines the key terms as used in the study in alphabeticalorder. Anoperational definitionrefers to a specific definition of concept in a research study.
Example of Definition of TermsIn order to enable better understanding of the study, the following terminologies wereoperationally or conceptually defined:Affixation.It is a morphological method whereby a bound morpheme, an affix, is attachedto a morphological base in order to create either a different form of the morphological baseor a new word with a different definition.Coinage.It refers to the invention or creation of a new word or phrase. In this paper, thisword may refer to any process that involves making up of new terms, phrases andexpressions that are not usually found in the dictionary.Contrastive Analysis.Conceptually, it is the systematic investigation of a pair of languageswith the purpose of identifying differences and similarities in their structure.Conversion.It is the process wherein the word’s function has been transformedinto another but with no overt change in form.Facebook. It is an online social media or social networking service that makes easy for peopleto connect and share with other people.Source:Jan Adams D. Magtanong, “Morphological Analysis of the Language of the Netizens in Social Media”Unpublished Master’s Thesis, Bataan Peninsula State University –Main Campus, 2018.What’s MoreFormulate a null and an alternative hypothesis for each of the following. Write your answerson your notebook. (5 points each)or

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