By Richard A. Demers, Ann K. Farmer
A Linguistics Workbook is a complement to Linguistics: An creation to Language and Communications, fifth variation. it will probably even be used with different introductory and intermediate linguistics texts. while many of the examples in Linguistics are in line with English, the workbook presents workouts within the significant parts of linguistics (for instance, syntax and morphology) drawn from a large choice of languages. This variation comprises new workouts, in addition to refinements to a couple of the unique ones.
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Eve 6. ellerimiz 7. ellerimde 8. evlerde 9. evden 10. ellerim 11. ellerinize 12. evlerim 13. elin 14. evimiz 15. evde 16. elimde 17. evlerimiz 18. evlerimden 19. evleriniz 20. evim 2 1. ellerimden 22. evler 23. eline 24. ellerin 25. elimden 26. ) when it refers to one person and as plural ( p / . ) when it refers to more than one person. 2 0 B g 2 r 0 tU 0 0 Questions A. In the spaces below, list the Turkish morphemes that correspond to the English words on the right. Turkish morpheme English gloss 1.
Boor 6. dear 2. bore 7. fir 3. poor 8. mire 4. care 9. sewer 5. car 10. mirror B. l , tier 6. lawyer 2. Bayer 7. earn 3. merry 8. lower 4. marry 9. sour 5. Mary 10. seer This page intentionally left blank Name Section 2 6 Writing Systems: Japanese The Japanese language can be written in several different ways. One method (kanji) is based on characters borrowed from the Chinese writing system. Another (mmaji) uses letters from the roman alphabet; this system is used to write the Japanese in this workbook.
The symbol " indicates that a vowel is short (hence, i is short). A dot under a consonant indicates a special pronunciation with the tongue slightly curled back. The orthographic symbols are those now employed by the Tohono O'odham people. 3. List I Tohono O'odham form 1. je'e 2. '0:gi 3. kakkio 4. no:nowi 5. 'o'ohana 6. kotoii 7. wopnam 8. mamgina 9. papla 10. hoa 11. tad 12. ki: 13. na:nk 14. to:ton 15. we:nag 16. si:l 17. tad 18. mo:mi 19. na:nk 20. kakkio 21. wuhi 22. mamgina 23. da:k 24. da:k List I1 English gloss Tohono O'odham form English gloss "mother" "father" "legs" "hands" "books" "shirt" "hats" "cars" "shovels" "basket" "foot" "house" "ears" "knees" "sibling" "saddle" "foot" "heads" "ears" "legs" "eye" "cars" "nose" "nose" iije'e m'o:gi hakakkio 'emno:now?
A Linguistics Workbook (4th Edition) by Richard A. Demers, Ann K. Farmer