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Morpheme: Quiz


Question 1: In spoken language, morphemes are composed of ________ (the smallest linguistically distinctive units of sound), and in written language morphemes are composed of graphemes (the smallest units of written language).
English orthographyPhonemePhonologyInternational Phonetic Alphabet

Question 2: ________ morphemes modify a word's tense, number, aspect, and so on, without deriving a new word or a word in a new grammatical category (as in the "dog" morpheme if written with the plural marker morpheme "-s" becomes "dogs").
Bulgarian languagePolish languageGrammatical genderInflection

Question 3: Derivational morphemes can be added to a word to create (derive) another word: the addition of "-ness" to "happy," for example, to give "happiness." They carry ________ information.
PragmaticsFormal semanticsAristotleSemantics

Question 4: The concept morpheme differs from the concept ________, as many morphemes cannot stand as words on their own.
Morphology (linguistics)LexemeWordFunction word

Question 5: Accurate, but purposely confuses morphemes with narcotics (i.e., "________").

Question 6: In morpheme-based morphology, a morpheme is the smallest linguistic unit that has ________ meaning.
PragmaticsAristotleSemanticsFormal semantics

Question 7: It is closely related to ________, but word segmentation is required for these languages because word boundaries are not indicated by blank spaces.
NounPreposition and postpositionPart-of-speech taggingLexical category

Question 8: In ________ for Japanese, Chinese and other languages, morphological analysis is a process of segmenting given sentence into a row of morphemes.
LinguisticsComputational linguisticsArtificial intelligenceNatural language processing

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