Chapter 3. Morphology. Grammar Safari (xtra credit). Find a morphemically creative word From a naturally occurring source Tell us: What the word means How you know (what each morpheme means) Tree it (we’ll see how to do this later) Example: On next slide… . Safari Example.
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was very chalant, despite my efforts to appear gruntled and consolate. I was furling my wieldy umbrella… when I saw her… She was a descript person… Her hair was kempt, her clothing shevelled, and she moved in a gainly way.
What’s the pattern in the missing stuff?
The chart at the bottom of page 41 may be helpful
Before we move on…?
The cakes were eaten
… in your G & C paper
… related point:
They are kind of like…
…on the next slide
Record Cap Fly Heavy
Result Seat Finish Yellow
Show each POS in a sentence…
See also chart on page 55
… in your G & C paper?
NOTE: All the exercises in the text are relevant & good
– even those that aren’t listed in the slides…