CLA: Grammar

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What is a "free" morpheme?
A morpheme that stands alone in meaning eg Zebra.
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What is a "bound" morpheme?
A morpheme which must be attached to another eg Zebras.
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What is a "derivational" morpheme?
New words by adding suffixes, prefixes, compounding, conversion.
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What is an "inflectional" morpheme?
Altered according to grammatical rules relating to verb endings eg plurals, ed, ing, en.
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What is a coordinating conjunction?
Clauses that make sense on their own.
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What is subordinate conjunction?
Clauses that don't make sense on their own.
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What is the passive voice?
Subject + Verb phrase + Agent. "The cat was chased by the dog."
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What is the active voice?
Subject + Verb + Object. "The dog chased the cat."
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What is an adverbial?
Word that adds to the meaning of adjectives and verbs.
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What is a "degree" adverbial?
Expresses certainty eg greatly, very, more, less.
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What is a "time" adverbial?
Gives a time frame eg now, then, before, after.
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What is a "place" adverbial?
Gives a place eg here, there, in, out.
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What is a "bound" morpheme?

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A morpheme which must be attached to another eg Zebras.

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What is a "derivational" morpheme?

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What is an "inflectional" morpheme?

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What is a coordinating conjunction?

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