inflectional ending

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Synonyms for inflectional ending

an inflection that is added at the end of a root word

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The inflectional patterns which belong to this group--in the singular--always have the zero inflectional ending in the nominative and the accusative, -es for the genitive, and -e in the dative.
The great variety of inflectional endings of both verbs and nominals (1) in Livonian is a result of two universal processes.
In each group in Study 2, teachers miscounted syllables in words with inflectional ending -ed.
The answer to this problem combines the deficiency of inflectional endings, unstableness of the ga-/ge- prefix and a productive prefix system in Old English and German.
An evident tendency which can be observed in the behaviour of the Old English nouns belonging originally to the i-stem type is that they reveal a marked fluctuation between the inherited and the innovative (productive) paradigm, manifested in their adopting the inflectional endings of both.
and vernacular speakers may sometimes use inflectional endings where they are not strictly "needed" just to ensure that meanings are clear" (1998: 77).
This stress accent was held responsible for having led to the reduction of unstressed vowels and, consequently, to the loss of inflectional endings (Campbell 1959: 30-37, 137-157).
In Proto-Germanic the morphological structure of a noun was very transparent and consisted of three elements: a root, a stem formative, and an inflectional ending, e.
Weord/wyrd has accusative -e as if feminine over most of the country; nominatives Gloucs S467 wyrp, Sussex S50(iv) uuyrth show that the -e is an inflectional ending.
After POS tagging, the inflectional endings are removed and the base or dictionary form of a word is extracted, which is known as the lemma.
Early include picture sorts for short- and long-vowel sounds, word sorts contrasting short- and long-vowel sounds and patterns, and common long-vowel patterns; mid-level covers less common long-vowel patterns and r-influenced vowel patterns; the late level addresses ambiguous vowel sounds, complex consonants and consonant clusters, high-frequency words and contractions, plural and past tense inflectional endings, and homophones.
In Level Two, students learn 140 additional words and how to apply commonly used inflectional endings.
ight') Y Inflectional endings correct Y Short vowel sounds correctly represented Y Pre-consonant nasals represented Y Vowel in every syllable Y R-controlled vowel patterns represented (not always accurately) Y Long vowels represented (not always accurately) Y Complex consonant units accurately represented (eg.
Many phonetic concepts are developed in the reading process including: sound patterns, initial consonants, blends, digraphs, short and long vowels, compound words and structural patterns such as suffixes, prefixes, inflectional endings, just to name a few.
The function of the Chicano frame, of course, is different, since hacer in the Spanish phrase hacer llorar, for example, conveys the lexical meaning 'to induce,' whereas in the Chicano phrase hacer improve it merely expresses the inflectional endings that are normally expressed by the Spanish verb.