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Phrase: Quiz


Question 1: Languages using ________ instead have postpositional phrases.
NounCopula (linguistics)InfinitivePreposition and postposition

Question 2: "Complex," which is phrase-level, is often confused with "compound," which is ________-level.
Morphology (linguistics)Function wordWordLexeme

Question 3: In more semiotic approaches to language, such as the more cognitivist versions of ________, a phrasal structure is not only a certain formal combination of word types whose features are inherited from the head.
Construction grammarMorphology (linguistics)SyntaxPragmatics

Question 4: In ________, a phrase is a group of words functioning as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence.
EtymologyLanguage educationGenerative grammarGrammar

Question 5: Prepositional phrase (PP) with a ________ as head (e.g.
InfinitiveCopula (linguistics)NounPreposition and postposition

Question 6: Noun phrase (NP) with a ________ as head (e.g.
Preposition and postpositionArticle (grammar)NounAdjective


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