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Linguistic Test 48

Welcome to your Linguistics Test 48

1. 
A single morph that is analyzed as representing two underlying morphemes
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. 
A semantic relationship between senses of a lexeme as currently recognized by speakers of a language.
6. 
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
7. 
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
8. 
The study of the internal structure of words
9. 
A phrase or construction which is decompositional, and whose constituents recurrently combine with each other
10. 
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

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