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This 15 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kurtis Spencer I on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LING 200 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see /class/192177/ling-200-university-of-washington in Linguistics at University of Washington.




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Date Created: 09/09/15
Announcements El Revised Final Exam date a THURSDAY 03152007 08301020 BAG 131 Today 2 What is morphology v 3 Types of morphemes Readings 51 53 54 STRANGEco Morphology D The study of words and the rules for word formation in a language What is a word A meaningful unit of language that can stand on its own Stored in mental lexicon w information about its part of speech noun verb adj etc Composed of one or more morphemes Morpheme D The smallest meaningful linguistic unit apple cat help salamander fling lens er ing 8 pre un Oversimplifications simple simple ify simple ify cation over simple ify cation over simple ify cation s Definitions Affix general term for morphemes attached to a root or stem m beginning of word eg pre suf x end of word ness y tion m inside a word Tagalog um bili buy 9 bmili to buy circumfix around a word at both ends German ge t spiel play 9 ggspielg Definitions m forms base for affixes to attach to cannot be analyzed into smaller parts St formed when a root is combined with an affix that other affixes can continue to be attached to root taste stem dis taste stem dis taste ful stem dis taste ful ly prefix verb suffix suffix prefix verb prefix verb suffix Types of morphemes El Bound vs Free m Derivational vs Inflectional m Content vs Function Free vs Bound morphemes lII Free morphemes can occur as an independent word all by themselves 1 Simple words cat eat green pumpkin the is Free vs Bound morphemes M morphemes Cannot stand alone but must be attached to other morphemes Affixes un pre dis ly ness tion Bound roots ceive conceive receive deceive perceive sist consist resist desist persist I know a little man both ep t and ert An intro extro No he39s justa vert Sheveled and couth and kempt pecunious ane His image trudes upon the ceptive brain When life turns sipid and the mind is traught The spirit soars as I would sist it ought Chalan39tly then like any gainly goof My digent self is sertive choate loof attributed to David McCord b 1897 I know a little man both em and it An intro extro No he39s just a m Sheveled and Luth and kempt pecunious ane His image trudes upon the cthive brain When life turns siQid and the mind is traught The spirit soars as I would w it ought Chalantly then like any gainy goof My digent self is sertive Choate loof attributed to David McCord b 1897 Derivational vs inflectional affixes Derivational affixes when added to a word make or derive a new word w a new meaning sometimes changing the part of speech of the word use v 9 us adj happy adj M 9 happiness n sometimes not w happy adj 9 unhappy adj E produce v 9 Eproduce v Derivational vs inflectional affixes Inflectional affixes indicate grammatical roles do not change basic meaning of the word eg 3rd per sg past tense progressive past participle plural possessive comparative superlative He walks He walk He is walking He has eat l have cats cat s eye She is oldg She is oldest


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