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Morphology: Dividing words into morphemes
 
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Using the word "thickeners", this video shows how to divide words into its morphemes, in order to show the hierarchical structure and identify the morphemes that make up this word.
Views: 34452 Derya Kulavuz-Onal
Data Analysis - Morphological Trees, VLC Series #1
 
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In this combination of a screencast and an E-Lecture Prof. Handke explains how derivatives cam be analyzed and described morpholically using the compositional syntactic approach using the percolation conventions introduced by Liz Selkirk in the mid-1980s.
MOR106 - Morphological Analysis (PDE)
 
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This clip explains and exemplifies the principles of morphological analysis using concatenative PDE plural forms an example. After an isolation of the morphs, the method of "preliminary normalization" which goes back to Charles Hockett will be discussed.
MOR101 - The Analysis of Words
 
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How can we analyze words into their component parts? What are the basic building blocks of words? These and other questions are taken up in this short clip. On the basis of a simple example from Present-Day English and an additional analysis using Latin, the fundamental principles of morphological analysis are demonstrated. The clip is used in all classes on the Virtual Linguistics Campus that deal with the basic concepts in morphology.
Morphology Part1
 
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This lecture introduces students to the field of Morphology. The main headlines of this first part are as follows: -Types of words -Definition of morpheme -Bound and free morphemes -Main steps in morphological analysis (Phonemic representation, Isolation of affixes, Alternation rules) -Affixes -Word coinage References: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Linguistics-Oxford-Introduction-Language-Study/dp/0194372065/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1385018913&sr=1-3&keywords=linguistics+widdowson -http://www.youtube.com/LinguisticsMarburg -Other books mentioned in the first lecture of this course -http://linguistics.online.uni-marburg.de/
Morphology: Dividing words into morphemes (2)
 
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In this video, by using the word "unsurprisingly" as an example, I show how to divide words into their morphemes, and thus analyze each morpheme that constitute this word.
Views: 16474 Derya Kulavuz-Onal
Morphological Structures of English Words (ENG)
 
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Subject:English Paper: Introduction to Linguistics & Phonetics
Views: 15064 Vidya-mitra
Morphology Part2
 
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MOR102 - Morphological Processes
 
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Morphological processes define different ways of building words, the two principal ones being inflection and word-formation, and in turn derivation, and compounding. Other processes are not considered in this unit. All major processes are exempliefied using examples from Present-Day English and other languages.
pMOOC Description: Linguistics 104 - Words  and Word Structure
 
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The pMOOC (permanent Massive Open Online Course) "Linguistics 104 - Words and Word Structure" - which is of course free - discusses all aspects associated with words: analysis problems, operations with which words can be altered, word-formation processes, as well as special word-forms in PDE and aspects of historical, computational or structural morphology. Prof. Dr. Juergen Handke, University of Marburg, Germany
VLC Online-Class: Morphology and Syntax
 
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This online-class discusses the central concepts of morphology and syntax using examples from a variety of languages. It examines the main principles of defining word-structure and deals with theoretical aspects of grammar. Thus, it combines aspects of practical analysis with the central notions of linguistic theory.
MOR106 - Morphological Analysis (Latin)
 
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This clip explains and exemplifies the principles of morphological analysis using Latin nouns as an example. After an isolation of the morphs, the method of "preliminary normalization" which goes back to Charles Hockett will be discussed.
An Introduction to Morphology
 
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An introduction to morphology in linguistics describing morphemes, bound morphemes, free morphemes, content words, function words, bound roots, affixes, and the like. Plus Power Rangers.
Views: 212402 The Linguistics Channel
Morphology Lesson 1
 
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When morphology is combined with phonograms and spelling rules, virtually every word can be explained logically. This is because English spelling seeks to balance the sounds of the language with the fact that those sounds sometimes shift in pronunciation when adding a suffix or a prefix. Learn more about how to leverage morphology to help students spell better and master vocabulary more efficiently. The average adults knows 40,000 words. A well educated adult knows 200,000 or more. Learning morphology, or how words are constructed in English, is an essential key to building a large vocabulary. In this video, Denise Eide, author of "Uncovering the Logic of English" and the Logic of English curriculum, introduces the importance of morphology in the study of English. For more information about the Logic of English, visit us at http://www.LogicOfEnglish.com.
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MOR101 - The Nature of Words
 
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This clip is used as an introduction to the morphology and morpholgy/syntax classes on the Virtual Linguistics Campus (www.linguistics-online.com). It discusses the problems associated with the nature of words as a unit within linguistics using examples from Present-Day English as well as other languages.
Data Analysis - Morphological Trees, VLC Series #2
 
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In this combination of a screencast and an E-Lecture Prof. Handke explains how derivatives cam be analyzed and described morpholically using the compositional syntactic approach using the percolation conventions introduced by Liz Selkirk in the mid-1980s.
Morphology Linguistics
 
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Morphology Linguistics
Views: 253 Online Courses
Morphemic Analysis
 
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Morphemes Part 1 - International TEFL Academy
 
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Linguistic Video Scribes - Morphological Analysis: dispiritedly
 
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This video scribe, which is an addition to the playlist 'Data Analysis - Morphological Trees', provides one analysis of the PDE word 'dispiritedly including a specification of the major morphological processes and operations.
Lexicology Unit 10 Morphology
 
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In this unit we consider word formation processes, starting with the main division between inflectional and derivational affixes. We look at derivation and compounding, two very common ways of combining morphemes to construct words.
Views: 4610 Ken Konopka
Grammar of Words: Morphemes & Allomorphs (Lesson 1 of 7)
 
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Learn how languages build words in this introduction to morphology. In this lesson (the first and most important in the Grammar of Words series), you will learn how to break words into their component parts. You will also see how to classify languages based on how they build words. Key terms: - morpheme vs. allomorph - bound morpheme vs. free morpheme - null morphemes - affixation, including derivational vs. inflectional affixes - synthetic language vs. analytic language - agglutinative language vs. fusional language Visit the website to learn more: http://www.nativlang.com/linguistics/grammar-morphology-lessons.php Check out the associated book, Native Grammar, to learn even more & test your skills: http://www.lulu.com/content/paperback-book/native-grammar-how-languages-work/7060028 Music by the video's author.
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Creativity Supercharger - Morphological Analysis
 
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Take your creative skills to new heights by applying the masterful technique of morphological analysis. This is a lesson from the online course Creativity Supercharger. https://www.udemy.com/creativity-improve/ Enjoy!
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RT: #English #Linguistics - Morphological Analysis: said, had
 
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RT: #English #Linguistics - Morphological Analysis: "said", "had" = 'Morphological Tree'
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MOR104 - Unit Advice (Morphological Processes)
 
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This short videoclip introduces the central goals of the respective VLC-E-Learning unit and provides some guidance as to how to proceed. More on http://www.linguistics-online.com
Linguistic Video Scribes - Morphological Analysis: said & had
 
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This video scribe discusses the analysis of the PDE words 'said' and 'had' including a specification of the morphological processes and operations involved.
Language typology Morphological typology
 
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Subject:Linguistics Paper: Language universals and language typology
Views: 791 Vidya-mitra
Morphological Design All Seven Phases AMIE
 
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MOR111 - Derivation
 
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Derivation creates new words by the addition of affixes or by non-affixational processes of word-formation, which are phonologically restricted in many ways. This unit discusses affixation and conversion, the two central processes according to which derivatives can be formed in English.
Word Analysis
 
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As children get older, they run into new and more difficult words as they read. Being able to break these words into smaller parts, called syllables, can help them pronounce and understand the words. This tip sheet introduces the idea of syllables, including those that come at the beginning of a word (prefixes) and those that come at the end (suffixes).
Views: 469 UNRExtension
The Structure of English Words: Building an Online Course
 
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Dr. Mark Aronoff Distinguished Professor of Linguistics - Stony Brook University Stony Brook University 2013 Teaching and Learning Spring Colloquium
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MORPHOLOGY  LINGUISTICS LECTURE 2
 
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MOR113 - Other Word-Forms
 
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This final E-Lecture in the series Morphology and Syntax takes up the discussion of morphological operations and adds a few operations that are specific to PDE: recombination, abbreviation and shortening. The resulting word-forms, such as blends or acronyms are analyzed and discussed in this E-Lecture.
MOR112 - Unit Advice (Compounding)
 
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This short videoclip introduces the central goals of the respective VLC-E-Learning unit and provides some guidance as to how to proceed. More on http://www.linguistics-online.com
TYP106 - Unit Advice (Morphological Change)
 
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This short videoclip introduces the central goals of the respective VLC-E-Learning unit and provides some guidance as to how to proceed. More on http://www.linguistics-online.com
Linguistic Video Scribes - Morphological Analysis: destructions
 
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This video scribe discusses the analysis of the PDE word 'destructions including a specification of the morphological processes and operations involved.
Biblical Hebrew Morphology (Online Course)
 
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This short video provides a preview to the university level course that introduces biblical Hebrew morphology. You will learn about: -Definite Article, Ketiv and Qere/ Tetragrammaton, Noun and Adjective Endings, Use of Adjectives, Nonverbal Sentences, Conjunction ו, Atnah, Silluq, and Pause, Inseparable Prepositions, (with and without the definite Article), Preposition מִן For More Information and to Sign Up: http://biblical-hebrew.teachable.com/p/03-biblical-hebrew-morphology Visit the Biblical Hebrew Study Guide: http://www.biblical-hebrew-study.com/ and join our Facebook Group: Biblical Hebrew Study Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/bibheb/
History of English - ME Morphology
 
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This E-Lecture about the morphology of Middle English is based on the E-Lecture "OE Morphology". It discusses the central morphological developments during the ME period and points out the major changes that the English language underwent between OE and ME.
What is LEXICON? What does LEXICON mean? LEXICON meaning & definition - How to pronounce LEXICON?
 
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✪✪✪✪✪ GET FREE BITCOINS just for surfing the web as you usually do - https://bittubeapp.com/?ref?2JWO9YEAJ ✪✪✪✪✪ ✪✪✪✪✪ The Audiopedia Android application, INSTALL NOW - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wTheAudiopedia_8069473 ✪✪✪✪✪ What is LEXICON? What does LEXICON mean? LEXICON meaning - LEXICON pronunciation - LEXICON definition - - LEXICON explanation - How to pronounce LEXICON? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A lexicon is the vocabulary of a person, language, or branch of knowledge (such as nautical or medical). In linguistics, a lexicon is a language's inventory of lexemes. The word "lexicon" derives from the Greek (lexicon), neuter of (lexikos) meaning the lexicon was a more important racial issue ng "of or for words". Linguistic theories generally regard human languages as consisting of two parts: a lexicon, essentially a catalogue of a language's words (its wordstock); and a grammar, a system of rules which allow for the combination of those words into meaningful sentences. The lexicon is also thought to include bound morphemes, which cannot stand alone as words (such as most affixes). In some analyses, compound words and certain classes of idiomatic expressions and other collocations are also considered to be part of the lexicon. Dictionaries represent attempts at listing, in alphabetical order, the lexicon of a given language; usually, however, bound morphemes are not included. Items in the lexicon are called lexemes, or lexical items, or word forms. Lexemes are not atomic elements but contain both phonological and morphological components. When describing the lexicon, a reductionist approach is used, trying to remain general while using a minimal description. To describe the size of a lexicon, lexemes are grouped into lemmas. A lemma is a group of lexemes generated by inflectional morphology. Lemmas are represented in dictionaries by headwords which list the citation forms and any irregular forms, since these must be learned to use the words correctly. Lexemes derived from a word by derivational morphology are considered new lemmas. The lexicon is also organized according to open and closed categories. Closed categories, such as determiners or pronouns, are rarely given new lexemes; their function is primarily syntactic. Open categories, such as nouns and verbs, have highly active generation mechanisms and their lexemes are more semantic in nature. The term "lexicon" is generally used in the context of single language. Therefore, multi-lingual speakers are generally thought to have multiple lexicons. Speakers of language variants (Brazilian Portuguese and European Portuguese, for example) may be considered to possess a single lexicon. Thus a cash dispenser (British English) as well as an automatic teller machine or ATM in American English would be understood by both American and British speakers, despite each group using different dialects. When linguists study a lexicon, they consider such things as what constitutes a word; the word/concept relationship; lexical access and lexical access failure; how a word's phonology, syntax, and meaning intersect; the morphology-word relationship; vocabulary structure within a given language; language use (pragmatics); language acquisition; the history and evolution of words (etymology); and the relationships between words, often studied within philosophy of language. Various models of how lexicons are organized and how words are retrieved have been proposed in psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics and computational linguistics.
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Drawing morphology trees.wmv
 
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This video is a simple demonstration of how to draw morphology trees. Hope that it's useful!
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Class 3: On Morphosyntax
 
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In this class, we first discuss similarities and differences between Traditional and Generative approaches to the study of Grammar and characterize the former as descriptive (taxonomic, function-and-category based) and the latter as both descriptive and explanatory (of both grammaticality and ungrammaticality). Next, we talk about the constituents of Traditional Grammar (sentence, clause, phrase, word and morpheme) and problematize categories such as "word" and "sentence" (given that their statuses can be quite controversial). Finally, we make reference to the categories "free" and "bound" morphemes in order to introduce our discussion on morphological analysis. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Content & Edition: FM Language (© All rights reserved). Music: https://www.bensound.com/ www.fmlanguage.com If you wish to take lessons with us (both onsite and/or online), just write to us at [email protected], or post a comment below with your e-mail address and we will contact you as soon as possible!
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Linguistic Data Analysis - The BNC Frequency Search
 
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This video clip is part of a new series of software-supported linguistic data analyses, in this particular case, the "frequency-of-occurrence" analysis of words in the British National Corpus. The central research question is to generate a list of the occurrences of word-forms derived from the base GENERAT(E).
Morphology dictionary
 
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Dictionary
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Compound Words, Blends and Phrasal Words
 
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Morphology Online Course
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TYP105 - Structural Typology
 
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This E-Lecture discusses the morphological or structural parameter of language classification. It carefully introduces the analytic-synthetic continuum, illustrates the differences between agglutinating and fusional, and includes some aspects of polysynthesis. All examples are supported with audio material from the VLC language index.
Module 3 2 Morphology
 
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Live Broadcast 24: English Morphology: What is it and how it can help struggling readers and writers
 
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Gina Cooke, Educational Linguist and Ph.D. candidate, discusses English Morphology: What is it and how it can help struggling readers and writers.
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MOR103 - Unit Advice (Morphological Units)
 
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This short videoclip introduces the central goals of the respective VLC-E-Learning unit and provides some guidance as to how to proceed. More on http://www.linguistics-online.com
10 WORDS YOU SHOULD KNOW
 
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http://www.realenglish-online.com/ 10 words that every English learner should know. This video's words are all related to trees. It may sound easy but is it? Watch this video to find out! :)
Views: 1001 REAL ENGLISH Online
MOR101 - Unit Advice (Morphology - Basic Concepts)
 
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This short videoclip introduces the central goals of the respective VLC-E-Learning unit and provides some guidance as to how to proceed. More on http://www.linguistics-online.com