Quiz Bank Linguistics

Linguistic Test 48

Welcome to your Linguistics Test 48

1. 
A conversational implicature based on an addressee's assumption as to whether a speaker is observing or flouting the conversational maxim of relation or relevance

2. 
A language in which words tend to consist of several morphemes

3. 
The rule that has the form of a phonological rule but is restricted to a particular morphological environment.

4. 
An epistemic mood that signals that the speaker wishes to elicit information concerning the content of his or her utterance from the addressee

5. 
An interpropositional relation that relates the situations described in the propositions by their communicative usage as opposed to relating the situations described by the propositions

6. 
A future tense that refers to a time that is considered relatively distant. It is characteristically after the span of time culturally defined as "tomorrow

7. 
A single morph that is analyzed as representing two underlying morphemes

8. 
A phrase or construction which is decompositional, and whose constituents recurrently combine with each other

9. 
The study of the internal structure of words

10. 
A semantic relationship between senses of a lexeme as currently recognized by speakers of a language.


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