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Morphology review-exercises-for-midterm1

  1. 1. MORPHOLOGY (REVIEW EXERCISES) LI 2013 NATHALIE F. MARTIN
  2. 2. Morphemes WORDS: SIMPLE OR COMPLEX? MORPHEMES: FREE OR BOUND?
  3. 3. Question #1, p.139 O’Grady,2009 Are these words simple or complex? Circle the bound morphemes. a.  Simple, no bm  Complex, -s  Complex, un-d.  Simple, no bm  Complex, dis-a. Fly b. Desks c. Untie d. Tree e. Dislike O’Grady, 2009
  4. 4. Question #1, p.139 O’Grady,2009 Are these words simple or complex? Circle the bound morphemes.  Complex, dis-f.  Complex, re-g.  Complex, -ed e. Dislike f. Reuse g. Triumphed h. Delight i. Justly  Simple, no bm  Complex, -ly O’Grady, 2009
  5. 5. Question #1, p.91-92, Rowe & Levine a. Tele (b) + phone (f) b. In (b) + firm (f) c. Farm (f) d. Re (b) + form (f) + er (b) + s (b) e. Ranch (f) + er (b) + s (b) a. Telephone b. Infirm c. Farm d. Reformers e. Ranchers Rowe & Levine, 2012 Put a plus (+) sign between morphemes. Label each as bound (b) or free (f)
  6. 6. Question #1, p.91-92, Rowe & Levine f. Act (f) + or (b) g. In (b)+access(f)+ibil(b)+ity(b) h. Duck (f) + ling (b) + s (b) i. Count (f) + ess (b) j. Boyen (b) + berry (f) f. Actor g. Inaccessibility h. Ducklings i. Countess j. Boysenberry Rowe & Levine, 2012 Put a plus (+) sign between morphemes. Label each as bound (b) or free (f)
  7. 7. Lexical Categories
  8. 8. Exercise: Word class Determine the word class of each of the following words. Is it a content word of a function word? a. betterment b. the c. him d. elegant e. inconvenience f. eloquently g. comply h. inasmuch as i. over a. Noun b. Determiner c. Pronoun d. Adjective e. Noun f. Adverb g. Verb h. Conjunction i. Preposition
  9. 9. Compound Words
  10. 10. Question #1, part B, p.92-93, Rowe & Levine Determine the lexical category of these compound word. a. NOUN NOUN b. ADJ NOUN c. NOUN NOUN d. NOUN NOUN e. ADJ NOUN f. PREP PREP g. PREP NOUN a. Textbook b. Hot dog c. Beachcomer d. Bunkhouse e. Blacktop f. Into g. Forerunner Rowe & Levine, 2012
  11. 11. Question #1, part B, p.92-93, Rowe & Levine Determine the lexical category of these compound word. h. VERB PREP i. VERB NOUN j. VERB NOUN k. ADV VERB l. ADJ ADJ h. Takeover i. Crybaby j. Workman k. Downshift l. Empty-handed Rowe & Levine, 2012
  12. 12. Affixation and Trees
  13. 13. Analyzing Word Structure Underline the root. a. Payment b. Spiteful c. Suite d. Fastest e. Deform f. Disobey Circle the affix. And draw their tree structure. g. Preplan h. Optionality i. Prettier j. Mistreat k. Premature
  14. 14. Analyzing Word Structure Underline the root. a. Payment b. Spiteful c. Suite d. Fastest e. Deform f. Disobey Circle the affix. And draw their tree structure. g. Preplan h. Optionality i. Prettier j. Mistreat k. Premature
  15. 15. Word Structure - Trees  Draw the trees. a) b) Reference: O’Grady & al. (2009)
  16. 16. Correction of last week’s homework  Draw the tres. c) Reference: O’Grady & al. (2009)
  17. 17. Bound Morphemes: Inflectional or Derivational?
  18. 18. Describe the italic affixes: 1) impossible 2) terrorized 3) terrorize 4) desks 5) dislike 6) humanity 7) fastest 1) Derivational prefix 2) Inflectional suffix 3) Derivational suffix 4) Inflectional suffix 5) Derivational prefix 6) Derivational suffix 7) Inflectional suffix
  19. 19. Describe the italic affixes: 8) premature 9) untie 10) darken 11) fallen 12) oxen 13) faster 14) lecturer 8) Derivational prefix 9) Derivational prefix 10) Derivational suffix 11) Inflectional suffix 12) Inflectional suffix 13) Inflectional suffix 14) Derivational suffix
  20. 20. Exercise 2, p.94, Rowe & Levine Place a plus (+) sign between each morpheme Label each BM as derivational (D) on inflectional (I). a. BILL + ‘S (I) b. RUN + ING (I) c. PLAY + ER (D) * d. ACT + ION (D) e. ROUGH + EST (I) f. COME + S (I) g. FRIEND + LY (D) a. Bill’s b. Running c. Player d. Action e. Roughest f. Comes g. Friendly Rowe & Levine, 2012
  21. 21. Exercise 2, p.94, Rowe & Levine Place a plus (+) sign between each morpheme Label each as derivational (D) on inflectional (I). h. UN (D) + FRIEND + LY (D) i. LONG + ER (I) j. LOVE + ABLE (D) k. JUDGE + MENT (D) l. BANANA m. SLOW + EST (I) n. QUICK + ER (I) h. Unfriendly i. Longer j. Loveable k. Judgment l. Banana m. Slowest n. Quicker Rowe & Levine, 2012
  22. 22. Exercise 2, p.94, Rowe & Levine Place a plus (+) sign between each morpheme Label each as derivational (D) on inflectional (I). o. UN (D) + HAPPY p. SEMI (D) + CIRCLE q. NOBODY r. AARON + ‘S (I) s. BROKE + EN (D) * t. BROKE + EN (I) * u. HAPPY + LY (D) o. Unhappy p. Semicircle q. Nobody r. Aaron’s s. Broken (adj) s. Broken (v) t. Happily Rowe & Levine, 2012
  23. 23. Word Formation Process HOW TO NEW WORDS ARE CREATED
  24. 24. New Word Formation Process  Name all ten word formation processes seen in class:  Derivation  Compounding  Conversion  Clipping  Blending  Back-formation  Acronyms  Onomatopoeia  Eponyms & Trade names  Foreign word borrowing
  25. 25. SUFFIXOCATING !!!  Can you find the different affixes in this cartoon?  What was the word process used for the word « suffixocating »
  26. 26. Complete the process and Identify the type of word formation: 1. Return on Investment  2. information, entertainment  3. modulator, demodulator  4. love, seat  5. International, police  6. A comb  7. delicatessen  8. Capt. Charles Cunningham Boycott  ROI  Infotainment  Modem  Loveseat  Interpol  To comb  Deli  Boycott  acronym blends blends compounding blends conversion clipping eponym
  27. 27. Homework - Ex 19, p. 144 a) Automation  automate b) Humid  humidifier c) Information, entertainment   infotainment a) Backformation b) Derivation c) Blending d) Loveseat  loveseat e) Progress  progress f) Typographical error  typo g) Aerobics, marathon  aerobathon h) Act  deactivate i) Curve, ball  curve ball d) Compounding e) Conversion f) Clipping g) Blending h) Derivation i) Compounding O’Grady, 2009
  28. 28. Homework - Ex 19, p. 144 j) Perambulator  pram k) (the) comb  comb (your hair) l) Beef, buffalo  beefalo m) Random access memory  RAM n) Megabyte  meg o) Teleprinter, exchanger  telex p) Influenza  flu q) GST  Goods and Services Tax j) Clipping k) Conversion l) Blend m) Acronym n) Clipping o) Blend p) Clipping q) Initialism O’Grady, 2009
  29. 29. Let’s invent words!  Invent words that don’t already exist in English, and then define the process that was used to creat this word.
  30. 30. Overall Review
  31. 31. Morphology Invent a word using this root : VACUUM 1. by adding a prefix to this base (make sure that there are no constrains to the combination). 2. And then adding a suffix. 3. Draw the structure (tree) of the two words that you have just created. 4. What are the lexical categories of these words?

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