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Topics: Morpheme, Bound morpheme, Affix Pages: 1 (376 words) Published: April 29, 2015
1) Prove that the following sets of words are synonyms (use dictionaries). 1. to shout - to yell - to roar. 2. angry - furious - enraged. 3. alone -solitary - lonely. 4. to shudder - to shiver - to tremble. 5. fear - terror - hor­ror. 6. to cry - to weep - to sob. 7. to walk - to trot - to stroll. 8. to stare - to gaze - to glare. 9. to desire - to wish - to want. 10. to like - to admire - to worship.

2) Find the dominant synonym in the following synonymic sets. Explain your choice. 1. to glare - to gaze - to peep - to stare - to look - to glance. 2. to glimmer - to glisten - to blaze - to shine - to flash - to gleam - to sparkle. 3. to astonish - to puzzle - to amaze - to surprise - to astound. 4. to saunter - to wander - to roam - to stroll - to walk. 5. strange - quaint - odd - queer. 6. scent - perfume - smell - odour - aroma. 7. to brood - to meditate - to think, to reflect - to speculate. 8. to produce - to make - to fabricate - to manufac­ture - to create. 9. to sob - to weep - to cry. 10. furious - angry - enraged.

3) Find antonyms for the words given below.
bad, adj.; little, adj.; narrow, adj.; clever, adj.; warm, adj.; clean, v.; short, adj.; strong, adj.; young, adj.; easy, adj.; black, v.; careless, adj.; to love, v.; to take, v.; to lose, v.; to open, v.; to live, v.; joy, п.; slowly, adv. 4) Explain the etymology of the following words. Write them out in three columns: a) fully assimilated words; b) partially assimilated words; c) unas-similated words. Explain the reason of your choice in each case. Use etymological dictionaries if necessary. seem, autumn, reason, protege, espadrilles, law, eau-de-cologne, wine, market, phenomenon, dish, corps, kohlrabi, zinc, chair, kamikaze, plant, ski, prestige, au revoir, kitchen, bishop, society, chivalry, fiance, garage, joy, happy, aunt, egg, kimono, plant, battle, face, facade, bona fide, poncho. 5) Segment the following words into morphemes. Define the semantic and structural types of morphemes....
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