Morohology - is the study of word structure
Morpheme - the smallest form in language with specific meaning
Ding-Dong - theory of language invention holds that humans developed language by repeating sounds made by animals.
Derivation - the "-er" suffix in "rocker" is a suffix.
Syntactic Rule - the structural elements of sentences can be explained
Noam Chomsky - the theory of transformation grammar was developed
Noun - the head of the construction "NP -"" Art Adj N"
Allomorphys- two form of the same morpheme which differ in minute ways due to their phonetic environment (such as in doogs an cats)
Preposational Phrase - in syntactic notation the abbreviation PP stands
Affix - what makes a complex words complex? Answer: it contains a root and at least one
Circumfix - this type of affix: chitat, to read "" nachitatsa, to read satisfaction
Transitive verb - a verb which requires a direct object is known
Reduplication - repeating the same element over and over in a pharse
Pharse Structure trees - the hierarchical nature of sentences and phrases can be illustrated