Morphology: The Descriptive Analysis of Words by Nida

By Nida

Advent to morphology -- The id of morphemes -- varieties of morphemes -- The distribution of morphemes -- Structural sessions -- The that means of morphemes and sequences of morphemes -- box methods -- Analytical strategies -- The descriptive assertion of the morphology.

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13. I wish you'd tidy your flat up! It's like a -sty ! 14. I just didn't understand. I didn't know what to do. I was totally ! 4: Revision Look back at the idioms in this unit and add the missing verbs: 1. let the . . out of the bag 6. got a . . in his/her bonnet 2. take the . . by the horns 7. smell a . . 3. send him on a wild . . chase 8. feel like a . . out of water 4. not enough room to swing a . . 9. haven't seen you for . . 's years 5. talk the hind legs off a . . 10. keep the .

A male cow is called a They usually have 2. The back legs of horses are called their legs. 3. A is a type of hat with strings which you tie under your chin. Babies sometimes wear them. 4. Trousers are sometimes called 5. If you run after someone to try to catch them, you them. 6. Honey is made by 7 is dried grass, used for packing things or for animals to sleep on. 8. Farmers keep pigs in a pig9. If you something, you hold it and wave it around. 2: A bee in his bonnet Put the following pairs of words into the sentences below: bee - bonnet sheep -family bull - horns ants - pants fish - water fish - sea cat - bag cows - home 1.

We need to . . out the dead The crowd . . out of the football ground. How do you . . the tide of refugees? There's a large . . of skilled workers. Applications have suddenly . . up. The square was . . with people. All I saw was a . . of faces I didn't know. SECTION 2 Individual Metaphors In this section you will learn about many more individual areas of English where metaphors are important. If you look at the areas covered, you will understand that idioms are a very important part of learning English.

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