Looking at Languages: A Workbook in Elementary Linguistics , by Paul R. Frommer, Edward Finegan

By Paul R. Frommer, Edward Finegan

This article offers routines which research information from diversified usual languages - together with Arabic, chinese language, Greek, jap, Malay, Persian and Turkish - in addition to numerous man made languages, akin to Klingon. routines are prepared so as of accelerating complexity. a solution secret's incorporated.

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8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. ’ 14. ’ 15. 16. 17. 18. ’ mæn ura nædidæm u zænra did nanra nædaræm zænra did Note: One translation is given for each sentence. Other translations may be possible. 30 LOOKING AT LANGUAGES A. Isolate and identify all the morphemes in the data, stating the meaning or function of each one. ). Note that the negative morpheme has two pronunciations. ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ B.

Barks _______________ 28. brains_______________ 48. George______________ 9. heart________________ 29. heard _______________ 49. aisle ________________ 10. used ________________ 30. leased_______________ 50. teased_______________ 11. cause _______________ 31. strengths ____________ 51. vague _______________ 12. chance ______________ 32. choir _______________ 52. chef ________________ 13. housed ______________ 33. laughed _____________ 53. screeched____________ 14. shopped _____________ 34. oiled________________ 54.

Few_________________ 26. quake _______________ 46. tried ________________ 7. wrong ______________ 27. rouge _______________ 47. catch _______________ 8. barks _______________ 28. brains_______________ 48. George______________ 9. heart________________ 29. heard _______________ 49. aisle ________________ 10. used ________________ 30. leased_______________ 50. teased_______________ 11. cause _______________ 31. strengths ____________ 51. vague _______________ 12. chance ______________ 32. choir _______________ 52.

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