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Finally, we led the reader through two sample problems in order to illustrate the steps a morphologist must take when analyzing data, as well as possible stumbling blocks that he or she might encounter. We next turn to an introduction to Kujamaat Jóola, the language we have chosen to examine and analyze throughout this volume. indd 22 7/30/2010 9:21:10 PM M O R P H O L O G Y A N D M O R P H O L O G I C A L A N A LY S I S 23 ■ Introduction to Kujamaat Jóola The Kujamaat Jóola people, who call themselves Kujamaat and their language Kujamutay, live in the Basse-Casamance region of Senegal, West Africa.
Oxford: Blackwell. indd 26 7/30/2010 9:21:10 PM M O R P H O L O G Y A N D M O R P H O L O G I C A L A N A LY S I S 27 Exercises 1. Create five new words in English or your native language, if different. Give their definitions if they are not obvious. 2. Many product names are novel English forms coined by marketers. Look at the following list of product names and make hypotheses about how people came up with their names. Possibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: (i) combination of elements already occurring in English; (ii) combination of Latin or Greek morphemes – even without knowing Latin or Greek, you might be able to recognize a few; (iii) new use for a term already existing in English; (iv) use of a proper name.
The term grammatical word or morphosyntactic word is virtually synonymous with word but is generally used to refer specifically to different forms of a single word that occur depending on the syntactic context. You would be justified in thinking, for example, that rabbit and rabbits are tokens of the same word. indd 37 7/30/2010 8:02:26 PM 38 WORDS AND LEXEMES considered to be different grammatical words. The first occurs in contexts appropriate for a singular noun, and the second in contexts appropriate for a plural noun.
Amateur Photographer, 17 December 2011 by Damien Demolder