The Anthropology of Language: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology Workbook/Reader

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Will not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in complete or partly. as a result of digital rights, a few 3rd get together content material could be suppressed from the e-book and/or eChapter(s). Editorial evaluate has deemed that any suppressed content material doesn't materially have an effect on the final studying event. Cengage studying reserves the best to take away extra content material at any time if next rights regulations require it. 80    •     CHAPTER 4: phrases and Sentences L4. nine  Tepehua (Mexico) 1. laqatam 2. laqat’uy three. laqat’utu four. laqat’aat’ii five. laqakiis 6. laqakaaw 7. laqakaawtam eight. laqakaawt’uy one   nine. laqakaawt’utu 13 10. laqap’uʃam twenty 3 eleven. laqap’uʃamtam twenty-one 4 12. laqap’uʃamkaaw thirty 5 thirteen. laqap’uʃamkaawt’uy thirty-two ten 14. laqap’uʃamkaawkiis thirty-five 11 15. laqat’aatiikiisp’uʃam 400 twelve sixteen. laqakiiskiisp’uʃam notice: The prefix /laqa-/ is used in simple terms with convinced nouns: laqatam kawayuh laqat’uy ʃanta one horse plants different nouns require varied prefixes: Ɂ aqʃt’uy Ɂalnikii aqʃt’utu ʃaapuuh qankaaw k’iw qankiis makaɁ Ɂ items of paper 3 items of cleaning soap ten bushes 5 hands a. record the morphemes for the next numbers (do now not contain any of the prefixes): one ______________ 5 ______________ ________________ ten _________________ 3 _____________ twenty _____________ 4 ______________ b. What might you predict for every of the subsequent: twenty-five ________________ thirty-four ___________________ 300 _____________ c. What are you able to country in regards to the order of the morphemes? What are the 2 assorted orders during this facts? What does each one order point out? How does this evaluate with English? Copyright 2011 Cengage studying. All Rights Reserved. is probably not copied, scanned, or duplicated, in complete or partially. because of digital rights, a few 3rd celebration content material should be suppressed from the book and/or eChapter(s). Editorial evaluate has deemed that any suppressed content material doesn't materially have an effect on the final studying adventure. Cengage studying reserves the perfect to take away extra content material at any time if next rights regulations require it. perform WITH LANGUAGES     •     81 L4. 10  Swahili Verbs (page considered one of )   1. atanipenda   2. atakupenda   three. atampenda   four. atatupenda   five. atawapenda   6. nitakupenda   7. nitampenda   eight. nitawapenda   nine. utatupenda 10. utampenda eleven. tutampenda 12. watampenda thirteen. atakusikia 14. unamsikia s/he will like me s/he will such as you s/he will like him/her s/he will like us s/he will like them i'll such as you i'll like him/her i'll like them you'll like us you are going to like him/her we are going to like him/her they'll like him/her s/he will pay attention you you pay attention him/her 15. atanipiga sixteen. atakupiga 17. atampiga 18. ananipiga 19. anakupiga 20. anampiga 21. amenipiga 22. amekupiga 23. amempiga 24. alinipiga 25. alikupiga 26. alimpiga 27. wametulipa 28. tulikulipa s/he will beat me s/he will beat you s/he will beat him/her s/he is thrashing me s/he is thrashing you s/he is thrashing him/her s/he has overwhelmed me s/he has overwhelmed you s/he has overwhelmed him/her s/he beat me s/he beat you s/he beat him/her they've got paid us we paid you observe: ‘You’ is usually ‘you-singular’.

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