1. Selection questions
1. Derivational Morpheme Contrasts Sharply with Inflectional Morpheme in that the Former Changes the _____ WHILE the Latter does notes.
B. Word Class
D. Speech sound
【Answer】 B View answer
[Analysis] Morpheme language is divided into free language and adhesive. The adhesive erals include two types: lyric root and affixes. The affixes are divided into deriviational affixes and inflectional Affixes. Erotic affixes are adhesive to the illegal primer to form a new word, that is, adding a new vocabulary content or changing the category of the word. Folding affixes can only change the form of one word, and cannot constitute new words. That is, the folding affix increases the meaning of the category of the syntax, and always does not change the category of the word. That is, the important difference between the two is whether the category of the word is changed, so B is the correct answer.
2. Which of the Following Are HomoGraphs?
A. Lead, Lead
B. REST, Wrest
C. Lie, Lie
D. Beat, Bit
【Answer】 C View the answer
[Analysis] HomoGraphs homogeneous words refer to words with different spelling and pronunciation in grammar form, and different meanings. Lie “lying down” and “lying”, so the two words in options C are similar -shaped.
3. ______DEALS With the Relationship Between the Linguistic Element and the Non-Linguistic World Experience.
【Answer】 A view the answer
[Analysis] Refers to the specific entity with certain attributes, which handles the relationship between language elements and non -language world.
4. There are general three Kinds of ance related, Sameness Relation, OPPOSITENESS Relation and Inclousiveness Relation. They are reported)
A. Synonymy, Antonymy, and Hyponymy
B. Synonymy, Hyponymy, and Antonymy
C. Antonymy, Synonymy, and Hyponymy
[Analysis] There are three meaningful relationships, which are synonyms, antonyms and upper and lower meaning.
5. Which of the Following Best States the Behaviorist View, of Child Language Acquisition?
A. Language account is a proces of habit formation.
B. Language Acquisition is the Species-Specific Property of Human Beings.
C. Children are born with an infilital to acquire language.
D. Humans are equipped with the neural processites for language and language use.
[Analysis] This question examines the behaviorist view of children’s language. The behavioralist perspective believes that language habits are the process of stimulating-strengthening the habit. Option C is a talent for talent.
1. Vocabulary phrases
Unpleasant, futile; arrogant; love vanity
Futile, in vain
[Example] Trying to give him is a vain attempt.
[Credit] In Vain/Vain Efforts
[Assistance] Male: “I love you.” Woman: “Invince”.
Methods, steps, ways; explore
Approach, close; handle hand -in; look for … discuss
[Example] This approach has many proplems. There are many problems in this idea.
[Words] Make an approach to discuss
APPROACH with in an … way of handling; to … make suggestions
[Books] Derived from PRO: support, positive, advantages, affirmation; sound: Grandma eats meat, grandma has meat, everyone is close to Grandma waiting for eating.
Rehearsing, rehearsal; telling (something), (especially) self -described, recitation; (through rehearsal) guidance or training (someone)
[Example] He rehearsed his speych last night. He practiced his lecture last night.
[Assistance] Reading thermal (Re) door show, listening to (hear) rose with SE.
Renters; preview; practice; training; narrative
[5C: Te^RB: F]
Increased in hand, manuscript;
Signature in hand …; write in person
[Example] ① tina get jake dean ’s autograph. Tina was signed by Jenktien.
② I autograph a Copy of one of my books.
[Words] Ask for a Person ’s Autograph, please sign someone
Written by myself, written by hand
Awards, prizes; arbitration
Award, award; judge
[Example] He was awarded a Gold Cup in acKnowledGment of his creation acheievements for the development of the company.
The company award gave him a gold cup to thank him for his creative achievements for the company’s development.
Bad, boring, boring
[Example] John Wilkinson Invented A New Kind of Boring Machine in 1775. John Wilkinson invented a new type of drilling machine in 1775.
Take care; attend, attend the number of (person); care, care
[Example] She is in atservance on the sign man. She is taking care of the patient.
[Credit] Attendance at attending
in Atteryance; duty; Responsible
Attendance Rate attendance rate
[Assistance] Attend (attending)+ANCE (noun suffix)
Geography, geography; terrain
[Example] In our geography class, we are learning about rivers.
Oppose, (to) resistance, resistance
[Example] He get angry when I opposed his plan. When I oppose his plan, he is very angry.
[Words] be opposed to sth./ doing sth.
[Assistance] OP (opposite)+pose (put) → in the opposite
Conversely; opposite; opposite
Oppose; Opposition; in the opposition party; hostile
[5trt (e) li]
[Example] The rampart was destroyed totally. The barriers were completely destroyed.
[Credit] Totally Different is completely different
All; total number
Higgle, smooth; low status
Make humility; derogation, decrease
[Example] He rose from health origins to prime minister. He was humble and later became a prime minister.
[Words] To Humbell Oneseelf inferiority, whispering
To HUMBLE One ’s Heart humble, docile
[Notes] Hum (Human)+BLE (Lenovo: ABLE) → People can do humility.
Fields; sports field; field, scope; (electric or magnetic) field
As an off -site player
Scan the field; Tian Sai; Wilder
Dan exposure on the field;
[Example] Our Field of Vision is Limited by that tall building. Our field of vision has been limited by that high -rise building.
Stability, settling; stopping; settlement; solving, mediation
[Example] HAVING SETTTLED Things, he began to think over the next subject. After setting up the matter, he began to consider the next topic.
[Words] settle down settings; calm down
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【Answer】 A view the answer
【Answer】 A view the answer