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2. What is configurational properties?

  • belong to an entire syntactic phrase but morphologically realised in one of the words
  • determined by the characteristics of another word/s in the same construction
  • determined by the place occupied by a word in a syntactic configuration, that is, its position and function as a constituent of a phrase, or some other syntactic structure
  • such as the gender of a noun, that must be accessed by agreement rules, such as French or German

3. What is phrasal properties?

  • determined by the place occupied by a word in a syntactic configuration, that is, its position and function as a constituent of a phrase, or some other syntactic structure
  • such as the gender of a noun, that must be accessed by agreement rules, such as French or German
  • belong to an entire syntactic phrase but morphologically realised in one of the words
  • determined by the characteristics of another word/s in the same construction

4. Is stratum 2 neutral or non-neutral?

  • neutral
  • non-neutral

5. What type of language is a language where each morpheme tends to occur as a word in isolation?

  • inflecting
  • analytic
  • agglutinating
  • incorporating
  • infixing

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