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b. Ilocano tawtawa ("windows") ("window") – tawa c. Ilocano tdlon ("field") ("fields") – tdtdlon d. Kanuri namkaJi ("sweetness") ("sweet") – kaJi e. Tagalog bili ("buy") ("will buy") – babili f. Tagalog kain ("eat") ("Eat!") – kumasa Task A. What is "suppletion"? Were there any examples of English suppletive forms described in this chapter? of a
B. What are enclitics and proclitics? Does English have both? What are some typical English examples? Why aren't they just called affixes? C. The regular past tense suffix (-ed) has three different pronunciations that illustrate a
connection between the morphology and phonology of English, an area of investigation described as "morphophonology." a. Can you complete Table 6.4 (similar to Table 6.3, on page 77), listing the following verbs in the past tense as examples of each of the three pronunciations?
b. Can you state the phonological conditions that determine how the past tense morpheme is pronounced? No Table6. 4 /d/ Cherished loved offended flirted hugged /t/ detested liked /th/ loathed
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