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Question 1: In ________, a single word stem (for example, love) may have a number of different forms (for example, loves, loving, and loved).
Agglutinative languageFusional languageMorphological typologySynthetic language

Question 2: Vietnamese orthography, although using the ________, delimits monosyllabic morphemes, not words.
Latin alphabetPhoenician alphabetRunic alphabetArabic alphabet

Question 3: ________ introduced the concept of "Minimal Free Forms" in 1926.
Ottawa languageLeonard BloomfieldOjibwe languageComparative method

Question 4: The basic bipartite division possible for virtually every ________ is that of nouns vs.
PerceptionThoughtAntónio DamásioNatural language

Question 5: Word separators (typically spaces) are common in modern orthography of languages using ________, but these are (excepting isolated precedents) a modern development (see also history of writing).
Greek alphabetLatin alphabetAlphabetArabic alphabet

Question 6: [5] ________'s thought transitioned from a word as representation of meaning to "the meaning of a word is its use in the language."[6]
Ludwig WittgensteinBertrand RussellPlatoGilbert Ryle

Question 7:
Word, Symbol and Participle are all:
Lexical units Words Units of linguistic morphology Syntactic entities

Question 8: Typically, a word will consist of a root or stem, and zero or more ________.
InflectionHalkomelem languageAffixSimulfix

Question 9: In the Minimalist school of ________, words (also called lexical items in the literature) are construed as "bundles" of linguistic features that are united into a structure with form and meaning.
Morphology (linguistics)Generative grammarSyntaxGrammar

Question 10:
Word, Morpheme and Word stem are all:
Syntactic entities Lexical units Units of linguistic morphology Words

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