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Kurtis Spencer I
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kurtis Spencer I on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to LING 100 at University of Washington taught by Betsy Evans in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see /class/192173/ling-100-university-of-washington in Linguistics at University of Washington.




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Date Created: 09/09/15
This is a study guide for Test 4 Look through your notes and textbook to answer as many of the following questions as possible If you are unable to nd the answers post your question on GoPost and your fellow students and I will attempt to clarify This guide as with any guides provided in the future is not meant as a replacement of the lectures the book or attendance at the quiz sections You are still responsible for information in the book With that said this should serve to help you make more focused effective use of your study time What is the difference between TensedFinite and nontensednonfinite What is the specific meaning of in nitive What is a Subject What is a Predicate Are Auxiliaries part ofthe Subject Part of the Predicate What is the difference between a logical subject doer agent and a syntactic subject What is a clause Pay special attention to the types of subordinate clause What are the meanings of Tensed Participial bare in nitival infinitival What types of clause can that introduce What is a dependent node or a dependent phrase What is the difference between a Subordinate Clause and an Independent Clause What is Subject Auxiliary inversion What is it used for What is a conjunctive adverb What is coordination How does it work If two sentences are coordinated what kind of clause are they What is a complement What kinds of verbs go with what kinds of complements What is subcategorization Where is it stored What vocabulary is used to describe hierarchical relationships in trees What is a pleonastic subject What are some examples Where do complements normally occur in English with respect to heads How about Adjuncts What is a whcomplement What is a direct object What types of verbs are there What is a linking verb A transitive verb A ditransitive verb Give an example of a ditransitive verb What does it mean to be transitive What types of things can be transitive What is an Objective Complement


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