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

By Paul R. Frommer, Edward Finegan

This article provides routines which learn info from various average languages - together with Arabic, chinese language, Greek, eastern, Malay, Persian and Turkish - in addition to numerous man made languages, similar to Klingon. workouts are prepared so as of accelerating complexity. a solution secret is integrated.

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4. xavεr xavεra talmid talmida ‘male friend’ ‘female friend’ ‘male student’ ‘female student’ 5. 6. 7. 8. com/english/finegan and click Sound Files to hear all or part of the data pronounced by a native speaker. 24 LOOKING AT LANGUAGES C. Based on what you have discovered, explain how Spanish and Hebrew differ in the way they mark gender and number. 09 MORPHOLOGY Section ___________ 25 Date _________ MORPHEMES: Malay/Indonesian Morpheme Identification Malay (known in Malaysia as Bahasa Malaysia, ‘the Malaysian language’) and Indonesian (known in Indonesia as Bahasa Indonesia) are essentially the same language, differing only slightly more than do British and American English.

You should be able to isolate the verb stems as well as several agreement markers. Indicate which such markers are prefixed to the stems in these data and which are suffixed. In one case, you also should indicate the semantic effect of using two of the markers in combination. ) and I we2 = she/he and I, or several of us (more than two) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. ’ 34 LOOKING AT LANGUAGES Verb Stems Agreement Markers ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ B.

Nђrϯri _________________________________________ 27. kђnsivd _________________________________________ 28. kjukѩmbђr _________________________________________ 29. risϯst _________________________________________ 30. ђkϪmђdeЀђnz _________________________________________ 31. ril‫֊گ‬kw‫گ‬Ѐt _________________________________________ 32. tђrbjђlђns _________________________________________ 33. ‫گ‬gzækt‫֊گ‬ _________________________________________ 34. homonђr _________________________________________ 35.

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