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hello everyone i need someone to help me with my Linguistics quiz there are 9

hello everyone
i need someone to help me with my Linguistics quiz
there are 9 questions and u have one 1 h or less to answer

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hello I need someone to help me with my homework Please see the picture that I

hello
I need someone to help me with my homework
Please see the picture that I uploaded
Thank u

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STRONG BACKGROUND NEEDED!!! PLEASE LOOK AT THE PROBLEM SETS FIRST Please answer

STRONG BACKGROUND NEEDED!!! PLEASE LOOK AT THE PROBLEM SETS FIRST
Please answer the four problem sets in file hw5.pdf.
Some rules that you may need to take care of: The default font that platform uses does not display all IPA symbols and diacritics properly. A few notable examples that you should be aware of:
the near-high near-front unrounded vowel is displayed as [ɪ] rather than as
• the voiceless bilabial fricative is displayed as [ɸ] rather than as
• many diacritics are displayed too far to the right, such as the voiceless diacritic in [m̥ ] (which should appear centred as ) and the lowering diacritic in [ɐ̞ ] (which should appear centred as )
• sometimes, I need to use ⌗ instead of the usual # for word boundaries, because # can cause weird issues in the underlying code in certain positions

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STRONG BACKGROUND NEEDED!!! PLEASE LOOK AT THE PROBLEM SETS FIRST Please answer

STRONG BACKGROUND NEEDED!!! PLEASE LOOK AT THE PROBLEM SETS FIRST
Please answer the four problem sets in file hw5.pdf.
Some rules that you may need to take care of: The default font that platform uses does not display all IPA symbols and diacritics properly. A few notable examples that you should be aware of:
the near-high near-front unrounded vowel is displayed as [ɪ] rather than as
• the voiceless bilabial fricative is displayed as [ɸ] rather than as
• many diacritics are displayed too far to the right, such as the voiceless diacritic in [m̥ ] (which should appear centred as ) and the lowering diacritic in [ɐ̞ ] (which should appear centred as )
• sometimes, I need to use ⌗ instead of the usual # for word boundaries, because # can cause weird issues in the underlying code in certain positions

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Please answer the four problem sets in file hw5.pdf. Some rules that you may ne

Please answer the four problem sets in file hw5.pdf.
Some rules that you may need to take care of: The default font that platform uses does not display all IPA symbols and diacritics properly. A few notable examples that you should be aware of:
the near-high near-front unrounded vowel is displayed as [ɪ] rather than as
• the voiceless bilabial fricative is displayed as [ɸ] rather than as
• many diacritics are displayed too far to the right, such as the voiceless diacritic in [m̥ ] (which should appear centred as ) and the lowering diacritic in [ɐ̞ ] (which should appear centred as )
• sometimes, I need to use ⌗ instead of the usual # for word boundaries, because # can cause weird issues in the underlying code in certain positions

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1 Islands (8 points) Each of the following statements violate a constraint. Stat

1 Islands (8 points)
Each of the following statements violate a constraint. State which of the following con-
straints it is: Wh-island, Subject Constraint, Complex DP constraint, Coordinate Structure
Constraint, Adjunct Island.
(1) *What was that the sloth ate disgusting?
Violation of
(2) *Who do you both hate Francesco and like?
Violation of
(3) *What did you have the recollection that Andrea enjoys?
Violation of
(4) *Who did you ask what she gave to?
Violation of
1
2 Tree transformations (12 points)
For the trees given below, please list the transformations involved from the following list:
do-support, Expletive insertion, V to T movement, T to C movement, Internal subject
raising, DP movement, Wh-movement
Think of what the D-structure (i.e., the underlying form is) in order to figure out which
transformations have applied. The first tree is done for you as an example. Note: The
tree is missing arrows to indicate movement but the traces are present.
Example: Who was expected to leave the ball by midnight?
Transformations involved:
1. Internal subject raising
2. DP movement
3. Wh-movement
4. V to T movement
5. T to C movement
2
Tree 1: What has not been done?
Transformations for Tree 1:
3
Tree 2: What did you buy at the mall?
Transformations for Tree 2:
4
3 Design your own question (10 points)
Look through the past problem sets and write up your own question and include the cor-
rect answer. It can be a tree drawing problem or analyzing a dataset or anything similar.
You can create a problem based on any of the topics we have covered this semester: con-
stituency, X-bar theory, DP hypothesis, null DPs/CPs, theta theory, head movement, DP
movement, wh-movement, locality constraints. If you will be including non-English data,
please include the gloss (word-by-word translation).
You will get full points on this problem for your new question and its answer. If you only
design a question but do not include the answer, you will get half the points.
If you are working in pairs, please include two questions i.e., each student designs one
question e.g.:
John’s Question:
Answer:
Mary’s Question:
Answer:

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1 Islands (8 points) Each of the following statements violate a constraint. Stat

1 Islands (8 points)
Each of the following statements violate a constraint. State which of the following con-
straints it is: Wh-island, Subject Constraint, Complex DP constraint, Coordinate Structure
Constraint, Adjunct Island.
(1) *What was that the sloth ate disgusting?
Violation of
(2) *Who do you both hate Francesco and like?
Violation of
(3) *What did you have the recollection that Andrea enjoys?
Violation of
(4) *Who did you ask what she gave to?
Violation of
1
2 Tree transformations (12 points)
For the trees given below, please list the transformations involved from the following list:
do-support, Expletive insertion, V to T movement, T to C movement, Internal subject
raising, DP movement, Wh-movement
Think of what the D-structure (i.e., the underlying form is) in order to figure out which
transformations have applied. The first tree is done for you as an example. Note: The
tree is missing arrows to indicate movement but the traces are present.
Example: Who was expected to leave the ball by midnight?
Transformations involved:
1. Internal subject raising
2. DP movement
3. Wh-movement
4. V to T movement
5. T to C movement
2
Tree 1: What has not been done?
Transformations for Tree 1:
3
Tree 2: What did you buy at the mall?
Transformations for Tree 2:
4
3 Design your own question (10 points)
Look through the past problem sets and write up your own question and include the cor-
rect answer. It can be a tree drawing problem or analyzing a dataset or anything similar.
You can create a problem based on any of the topics we have covered this semester: con-
stituency, X-bar theory, DP hypothesis, null DPs/CPs, theta theory, head movement, DP
movement, wh-movement, locality constraints. If you will be including non-English data,
please include the gloss (word-by-word translation).
You will get full points on this problem for your new question and its answer. If you only
design a question but do not include the answer, you will get half the points.
If you are working in pairs, please include two questions i.e., each student designs one
question e.g.:
John’s Question:
Answer:
Mary’s Question:
Answer:

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hello everyone I need someone to help me w my discussion but I can’t access it

hello everyone
I need someone to help me w my discussion but I can’t access it until i do the practice sheet. U don’t need to do it all just try your best. After that just brief discussion.
thanks

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I need someone to help me w my discussion but i can’t access it until i do the practice sheet.

hello everyone
I need someone to help me w my discussion but I can’t access it until i do the practice sheet. U don’t need to do it all just try your best. After that just brief discussion.
thanks

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Cryptophasia

In your own words, please define the following terms.
Motherese
Pidgin
Universal Grammar
Cryptophasia
Translation
Idiom
AAVE
Ebonics
Dialect
Language Contact
if there are any questions, please let me know.