Lexicology, quiz 10

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1. 00033; The term … of a loan word is used to denote a partial or total conformation to the phonetical, graphical, and morphological standards of the receiving language and its semantic system.

007; Choose the wrong statement.


006; Choose the odd one.

4. 0027; These are the words which borrowed from foreign languages without change of foreign spelling and which are immediately recognizable as foreign words. They have kept their spelling and pronunciation. E.g. finance, garage, mirage, champagne, leisure, pleasure, etc.  What is described above?

005;  Which is not one of the aims of lexicology?


0043; Derivational affixes following the stem and forming a new derivative within the same part of speech (e.g. king-dom, book-let, child-hood etc.) or in a different word class (e.g. do-er, wash-able, sharp-en etc.);


0013; Choose a word with non-productive Prefix of Romanic origin

8. 0062; the stem of such words coincides with a root morpheme: penny, help, black
9. 0047;  Productive Ways of Word-Formation (Open end test)

0048; Choose the wrong statement /s (Open end test)


0044;  -s (plurality; 3rd person singular);  ‘s (genitive case); -n’t (contracted negative); -ed (past tense; past participle); -ing (present participle); -er, -est (comparison); they are attached to a morphological stem; they are the object of study of inflectional morphology which deals with the way words vary in their form in order to express a grammatical contrast.


0041;   Sub-, trans-, ultra-, vice-

13. 0026; Choose the wrong answer

0015; These are words of foreign origin which have been accommodated to English language by substitutions of English sounds for the unusual foreign ones. They are usually associated by the words and sometimes most of them and become undistinguishable from the native elements. For examples; leg for leggs (Iceland), sigh for signe (French), surndler for schwindler (German) etc. What is described above?

15. 0012; In this word “re” has become fused with the stem and lost its meaning
16. 0027; Common verbs: make, starve, sing, come, send, learn, can, buy, drive, burn, bake, keep, meet etc.;
17. 0061;  Productive ways of word-formation (Open end test)
18. 003;  … ready-for-usage units to name objects and properties of reality, phenomena

0052; Words of Native Origin (Open end test)


0039; a quasi-morpheme

21. 0016; There are two basically different ways in which language may be viewed, the historical or diachronic and the … or synchronic.
22. 0035; … coincide with word-forms of independently functioning words. 
23. 0058; Choose the wrong statement
24. 0021; Choose the wrong statement.
25. 0022; Derivational bound morphemes are

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