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  1. 1. 1. Clipping is a Word formation process that 2. These word experimented the word formation occurs when process named air plane -> planea. A word of one type (usually noun) is reduced to form a word of another type (usually a verb). a. Conversionb. A word is reduced or shortened without b. Reduplication changing the meaning of the word. c. Clippingc. A word usually a noun is reduced to form a word of another type (verb)3. There are four types of clipping: 4. The word formation process of removing multiple a. Back clipping, final clipping, fore clipping, and parts from multiple words is named: complex clipping. b. Fore clipping, complex clipping, initial clipping a. Initial clipping and back clipping. b. Complex clipping c. Back clipping, fore clipping, middle clipping, c. Fore clipping complex clipping5. The word formation process of removing the 6. The word formation process of removing the end of the word is named: beginning of a word in named: a. Back clipping a. Back clipping b. Fore clipping b. Fore clipping c. Complex clipping c. Complex clipping7. These words are examples of Flu/influenza, 8. Compounding is defined as: Dec/detective. a. The word formation process that combines at least one free morpheme to form a compound word. a. Middle clipping b. The word formation process that combines at least b. Complex clipping two free morphemes to form a compound word. c. Fore clipping c. The word formation process that combines at least two bound morphemes to form a compound word.
  2. 2. 9. Compounding is defined as: 10. There are three categories of compounding. a. The word formation process that combines at least one free morpheme to form a compound a. Nouns, verbs and prepositions word. b. Conjunctions, adjectives, and verbs b. The word formation process that combines at c. Conditionals, pronouns, and nouns least two free morphemes to form a compound word. c. The word formation process that combines at least two bound morphemes to form a compound word. 11. What are the ways to spelling compounding? 12. the following examples belong to: according to, because of, in front of: a. Closed/open form/ Closed solid form a. Compounding preposition. b. Closed solid form/ hyphenated form/ Closed b. Clipping preposition c. Closed form/ opened spaced form/ hyphenated c. Accidental preposition form.13. Skydive is a compounding example of: 14. In compounding the head is: a. the part of a word or phrase that determines the a. verb + verb grammatical category. b. noun + verb b. the part of a word or phrase that modifies the category c. preposition of a word. c. The part of a word or phrase that modifies the gender of a word.15. Identify the head and the modifier of the following 16. “The meaning of the compound is classified accordingword: fast food to the meaning of its components”a. fast =modifier food= head a. Endocentric Compoundb. fast =head food =modifier b. Exocentric Compound c. Egocentric Compound
  3. 3. 17. “The meaning of the compound does not result 18. Dog food is an example of:from its components” a. Endocentric Compound a. Endocentric Compound b. Exocentric Compound b. Exocentric Compound c. Egocentric Compound c. Egocentric Compound19. Reduplication is defined as: 20. Partial Reduplication is divided into:a. The morphological process where a by an affix is a. Exact and Rhyming.attached to a root. b. Rhyming and Ablaut.b. It is the word formation process in which a word is c. Exact and Ablaut.reduced without changing the meaning.c. It is the Process of forming new words either bydoubling an entire word or part of the word.21. Rhyming is a Word formation process that consists 22.The category of Total Reduplication is:of:a. Two almost identical words with a change in the a. Rhyming.vowels. b. Exact.b. The simplest form of reduplication is an exact c. Ablaut.reduplication of base morpheme.c. It is made by two almost identical words with achange in the initial consonants.24.Exact is Word formation process that consists of: 25. An example of rhyming reduplication is:a. It is made by two almost identical words with a a. Ding-Dongchange in the initial consonants. b. Choo- Choob. The simplest form of reduplication is an exact c. Super-Duperreduplication of base morpheme.c. It is made by two almost identical words with achange in the initial consonants.
  4. 4. 26. An example of ablaut reduplication is: 27. Conversion is defined as: a. So-So a. The word formation process in which a word of one b. Jibber-Jabber grammatical form becomes a word of another grammatical form c. Razzle- Dazzle without any changes to spelling or pronunciation. b. The word formation process that consist of taking two or more morphemes, graphemes, or phonemes to form a new word. c. The word formation process that consist in the creation of a totally new word.29. It is an example of noun to verb conversion. 23. Ablaut is a Word formation process that consists of: a. Two almost identical words with a change in the vowels. a. Eye – to eye b. The simplest form of reduplication is an exact b. To increase – increase reduplication of base morpheme. c. Up – down c. It is made by two almost identical words with a change in the initial consonants.30. It is an example of verb to noun conversion a. Name – to name b. To laugh – laugh c. To green – green
  5. 5. Hi guys! “Snakes and ladders” is an interesting game in which you will prove how much you have learned about clipping, compounding, reduplication and conversion. INSTRUCTIONS. 1. To start the game form groups of four people, one person is going to have the role of dealer and the other people will be the players. 2. The dealer will be the leader in the game; this person will have the sheet with the answers to all the questions that are in the game. And he or she has the responsibility to help the players if they are not sure or if they do not the answers.Always that you see:3. You have to answer a question; if the answer is incorrect you must go back five squares. You have to throw the dice again.
  6. 6. You lose your turn in the nextround.The ladders will get you upThese snakes will get you down

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