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hello everyone I need someone to help me w my discussion but I can’t access it

hello everyone
I need someone to help me w my discussion but I can’t access it until i do the practice sheet. U don’t need to do it all just try your best. After that just brief discussion.
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I need someone to help me w my discussion but i can’t access it until i do the practice sheet.

hello everyone
I need someone to help me w my discussion but I can’t access it until i do the practice sheet. U don’t need to do it all just try your best. After that just brief discussion.
thanks

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Cryptophasia

In your own words, please define the following terms.
Motherese
Pidgin
Universal Grammar
Cryptophasia
Translation
Idiom
AAVE
Ebonics
Dialect
Language Contact
if there are any questions, please let me know.

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Consider the following sentences:

1 Explaining Ungrammaticality (24 points)
For each of the following sentences, explain why it is ungrammatical using the technical
notions from class (such as Theta Criterion, Case, Case Filter, theta-role, EPP, constituency
and so on). Some of the sentences are ungrammatical for two reasons and you need to
mention at least one reason for the ungrammaticality.
(1) *Me gave it to him.
(2) *is snowing today.
(3) *I sent she away.
(4) *I introduced her.
(5) *I put on my shoes my jacket.
(6) *It hoped Minnie to win the prize.
(7) *It is likely that the cat will devour.
(8) *She from Montreal went to the party.
(9) *George has eaten the cake the cookie.
(10) *gave the flute to Sean.
(11) *It seems Sunny to love Cher.
(12) *Dave is likely that left.
1
2 Middle Voice (6 points)
Consider the following sentences:
(13) This manuscript reads better than that one.
(14) Greek translates easily for Sue.
(15) Her novels sell well.
(16) Some people photograph easily.
(17) The soft bread cuts easily.
Part 1: How are these constructions similar to passive voice constructions we have seen?
Briefly explain in 1-2 sentences.
Part 2: How are these constructions differnt to passive voice constructions we have seen?
Briefly explain in 1-2 sentences.
2
3 Raising and theta-marking predicates (10 points)
For each of the underlined predicates, state whether it is a raising predicate or whether
it theta-marks its subject. Use an example or two as evidence for your claim, and then
briefly say how the example bears on the question of whether predicate is a raising or
theta-marking predicate
(18) The ship appeared to vanish under the waves.
(19) The guests were reluctant to leave the party.
(20) Melissa wants us to cook dinner.
(21) It continued to rain.
(22) Lou decided to walk to Kingston.
3
4 Tree Drawing (10 points)
Draw trees for the following sentences. Draw trees for the following sentences. Make
sure to include any unpronounced heads, movement, including head movement ( V →C,
T →C ), and VP internal subjects moving to Spec,TP, Case features and features relevant
for movement. Your trees need to be X-bar trees with all the intermediate projections.
(If you use a separate page for the trees, please submit the problem set as a combined
pdf.)
(23) The pumpkins were carved yesterday by the children.
(24)The machine seemed to be struck by lightning.

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Briefly explain in 1-2 sentences.

1 Explaining Ungrammaticality (24 points)
For each of the following sentences, explain why it is ungrammatical using the technical
notions from class (such as Theta Criterion, Case, Case Filter, theta-role, EPP, constituency
and so on). Some of the sentences are ungrammatical for two reasons and you need to
mention at least one reason for the ungrammaticality.
(1) *Me gave it to him.
(2) *is snowing today.
(3) *I sent she away.
(4) *I introduced her.
(5) *I put on my shoes my jacket.
(6) *It hoped Minnie to win the prize.
(7) *It is likely that the cat will devour.
(8) *She from Montreal went to the party.
(9) *George has eaten the cake the cookie.
(10) *gave the flute to Sean.
(11) *It seems Sunny to love Cher.
(12) *Dave is likely that left.
1
2 Middle Voice (6 points)
Consider the following sentences:
(13) This manuscript reads better than that one.
(14) Greek translates easily for Sue.
(15) Her novels sell well.
(16) Some people photograph easily.
(17) The soft bread cuts easily.
Part 1: How are these constructions similar to passive voice constructions we have seen?
Briefly explain in 1-2 sentences.
Part 2: How are these constructions differnt to passive voice constructions we have seen?
Briefly explain in 1-2 sentences.
2
3 Raising and theta-marking predicates (10 points)
For each of the underlined predicates, state whether it is a raising predicate or whether
it theta-marks its subject. Use an example or two as evidence for your claim, and then
briefly say how the example bears on the question of whether predicate is a raising or
theta-marking predicate
(18) The ship appeared to vanish under the waves.
(19) The guests were reluctant to leave the party.
(20) Melissa wants us to cook dinner.
(21) It continued to rain.
(22) Lou decided to walk to Kingston.
3
4 Tree Drawing (10 points)
Draw trees for the following sentences. Draw trees for the following sentences. Make
sure to include any unpronounced heads, movement, including head movement ( V →C,
T →C ), and VP internal subjects moving to Spec,TP, Case features and features relevant
for movement. Your trees need to be X-bar trees with all the intermediate projections.
(If you use a separate page for the trees, please submit the problem set as a combined
pdf.)
(23) The pumpkins were carved yesterday by the children.
(24)The machine seemed to be struck by lightning.

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Briefly explain in 1-2 sentences.

1 Explaining Ungrammaticality (24 points)
For each of the following sentences, explain why it is ungrammatical using the technical
notions from class (such as Theta Criterion, Case, Case Filter, theta-role, EPP, constituency
and so on). Some of the sentences are ungrammatical for two reasons and you need to
mention at least one reason for the ungrammaticality.
(1) *Me gave it to him.
(2) *is snowing today.
(3) *I sent she away.
(4) *I introduced her.
(5) *I put on my shoes my jacket.
(6) *It hoped Minnie to win the prize.
(7) *It is likely that the cat will devour.
(8) *She from Montreal went to the party.
(9) *George has eaten the cake the cookie.
(10) *gave the flute to Sean.
(11) *It seems Sunny to love Cher.
(12) *Dave is likely that left.
1
2 Middle Voice (6 points)
Consider the following sentences:
(13) This manuscript reads better than that one.
(14) Greek translates easily for Sue.
(15) Her novels sell well.
(16) Some people photograph easily.
(17) The soft bread cuts easily.
Part 1: How are these constructions similar to passive voice constructions we have seen?
Briefly explain in 1-2 sentences.
Part 2: How are these constructions differnt to passive voice constructions we have seen?
Briefly explain in 1-2 sentences.
2
3 Raising and theta-marking predicates (10 points)
For each of the underlined predicates, state whether it is a raising predicate or whether
it theta-marks its subject. Use an example or two as evidence for your claim, and then
briefly say how the example bears on the question of whether predicate is a raising or
theta-marking predicate
(18) The ship appeared to vanish under the waves.
(19) The guests were reluctant to leave the party.
(20) Melissa wants us to cook dinner.
(21) It continued to rain.
(22) Lou decided to walk to Kingston.
3
4 Tree Drawing (10 points)
Draw trees for the following sentences. Draw trees for the following sentences. Make
sure to include any unpronounced heads, movement, including head movement ( V →C,
T →C ), and VP internal subjects moving to Spec,TP, Case features and features relevant
for movement. Your trees need to be X-bar trees with all the intermediate projections.
(If you use a separate page for the trees, please submit the problem set as a combined
pdf.)
(23) The pumpkins were carved yesterday by the children.
(24)The machine seemed to be struck by lightning.

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Kindly do not bid on this question if you are not good in answering linguisticququestions.

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Discuss one of the challenges she discussed in the paper and how she overcame it.

Read Messineo (2008). Then answer Parts A and B.
Part A: based on Messineo (2008), formulate two questions you would like to ask during Professor Messineo’s talk.
Important: your participation (asking questions) is expected during the Q&A
period of Messineo’s talk. You will have time to reflect in advance on questions you would like to ask her (based on the reading). You are welcome to ask questions based on her talk as well.
Part B: based Messineo (2008), answer the following question:
Messineo (2008) describes different challenges she overcame while working on the documentation of Toba discursive genres. Discuss one of the challenges she discussed in the paper and how she overcame it.
Formatting (Parts A and B)
up to two pages.
Structure: Line spacing: 1.5 lines; Margins (top, bottom, right, left): 1 inch; Times; 12.
whenever you present an author’s argument (using your own words [paraphrase] or direct quotation), it is important to indicate authorship.
Include the reference(s) you cite in the text. Use APA Format.
Requirements: 2 Times New Roman Size 12 Font 1.5 spacing APA Format Excluding the Title and Reference Pages
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each paragraph
Please be sure to only read, use, and cite the article attached

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Meanings: she’s the hottest thing here

Make an Experiential Metafunction (Transitivity) Analysis of the following clauses
taken from Text 2 by identifying and labelling each of the relevant Experiential
meanings:
she’s the hottest thing here

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Discuss one of the challenges she discussed in the paper and how she overcame it.

Read Messineo (2008). Then answer Parts A and B.
Part A: based on Messineo (2008), formulate two questions you would like to ask during Professor Messineo’s talk.
Important: your participation (asking questions) is expected during the Q&A
period of Messineo’s talk. You will have time to reflect in advance on questions you would like to ask her (based on the reading). You are welcome to ask questions based on her talk as well.
Part B: based Messineo (2008), answer the following question:
Messineo (2008) describes different challenges she overcame while working on the documentation of Toba discursive genres. Discuss one of the challenges she discussed in the paper and how she overcame it.
Formatting (Parts A and B)
up to two pages.
Structure: Line spacing: 1.5 lines; Margins (top, bottom, right, left): 1 inch; Times; 12.
whenever you present an author’s argument (using your own words [paraphrase] or direct quotation), it is important to indicate authorship.
Include the reference(s) you cite in the text. Use APA Format.
Requirements: 2 Times New Roman Size 12 Font 1.5 spacing APA Format Excluding the Title and Reference Pages
Please be sure to carefully follow the instructions
No plagiarism & No Course Hero & No Chegg. The assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool
Please be sure to include at least one in-text citation in each paragraph
Please be sure to only read, use, and cite the article attached