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  • Morphology: Affix and Inflectional Morphemes

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    University of Algiers Department of English Magister Ling-did Descriptive Linguistics Presentation on Morphology Prepared by: Supervised by: Mohamed Al-Elyani Dr. Hamitouch Academic Year: 2010/2011 Outline: I. Introduction: II. Defining the key concepts: II.1 Morphology II.2 Morphemes III. Types of Morphemes III.1 Lexical and Functional morphemes III.2 Derivational and inflectional

  • Using Different Types of Stemmer

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    Experimental Setup Preprocessing Data Preprocessing is actually a trail to improve text classification by removing worthiness information. In our work document preprocessing involve removing punctuation marks, numbers, words written in another language, normalize the documents by (replace the letter ("أ إ آ ") with (ا""), replace the letter (ء ؤ" ") with (""ا), and replace the letter("ى") with (""ا). Finally removing the stop words, which are words that can be found in any text like prepositions

  • Essay on Arabic Stemming: Challenges and Techniques

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    of constant letters; three, four, or five. The stem is built from a root and a pattern. Stemming is the process of removing any affixes and extract the root or the pattern. Deciding that a letter or serious of letters is belong to the stem or to an affix is a challenge one. Thus, in this paper addresses the problem of extraction root or stem from a word. Different algorithms are used to achieve a reasonable result. 3 Stemming Applications Stemming becomes a part of most of text processing

  • Morphology: Affix and Word

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    COURSEWORK 1 Topic 4: Morphology Question 2: The knowledge of morphology can contribute to our understanding of English vocabulary and grammar better and help us in our future role as an English teacher. Morphology is the study of the system of rules underlying our knowledge of the structure of words (Kristin Denham, Anne Lobeck, 2013). It is also known as the branch of linguistics that studies the structure of words and different patterns of word formation. In this essay, I will discuss

  • Difference Between Formal And Less Formal Writing

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    Morphology Analysis: Formal vs Less Formal Writing Word choice in writing is influenced by the context, just as is the case between formal speeches and informal ones. The kind of words in formal and less formal writing gravitates between academic and formal, depending on the context and the message being put across. The morphemes used in both formal (academic) and less formal (as is the case in newspapers), vary. Formal writing uses different word forms and morphemes, due to the strict nature of

  • Give Two Examples Of Inflection In The English Language

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    Activity 1 - Mandatory After reading the suggested sources of information, do the following task. Answer the following using your own words: 1. What is inflection? How does it work? Give two examples of inflection in the English language. Do not use examples from the materials you read. It is a word formation process consisting in adding a “bound morpheme” to a word without changing its main meaning. It takes places because of syntactic needs, to illustrate let us take the following cases: • Ann

  • Importance Of Foreign Language Essay

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    Knowledge of foreign language has recently turned into necessary to people to feel comfortable in the increasingly diverse global community. Also, while studying another language people study the culture of that country that makes the view of the person wider and gives additional development to the person. Because to study another language and culture gives one the powerful key to successful communication: knowing how, when, and why to say what to whom. Now every country tries to provide studying

  • Learning English Morphology for Efl Learners

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    LEARNING ENGLISH MORPHOLOGY FOR EFL LEARNERS Generally, we can mention that EFL (English as a Foreign Language) learners are those who learn English tend to achieve the particular purpose. For example, they can use English when travelling or to communicate with other people from whatever country, who also speak English. We can classify the students of English department into EFL learners, too. So, they need to be able to speak English well. One of the foremost aspect in speaking English is we have

  • Overview of Ilokano Sentence Structures: A Minimalist Approach

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    (Tatlo ang dumating.)Sentences with a Verbal Predicate: Voice Affix as HeadThe head of a verbal sentence is the voice affix. To indicate the head of the verbal sentence, we use the same symbol T as used in English, and we call it Tinig "voice". Gimmatang ti arak ni Juan. (Bumili si Juan ng basi.)Ginatang ni Juan ti arak. (B*inili ni Juan ang

  • The Relationship Between Phonology And Morphology

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    3. The relationship between Phonology and Morphology. The relation between the distribution of phonemes and grammatical units such as morphemes and words is therefore an aspect of the interface between Phonology and morphology. Both Phonology and Morphology study various patterns in languages all over the world. Considering the similarities of these fields, both are engaged in the scientific analysis of languages. Both are sub branches of Linguistics and without studying Phonology, one cannot move