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Identify the italicized word according to its class in structural linguistics. They ate lunch under a pine tree. conjunction preposition auxiliary interrogative empty word
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User: Identify the italicized word according to its class in structural linguistics. They ate lunch under a pine tree. conjunction preposition auxiliary interrogative empty word

Weegy: auxiliary
hsmily|Points 35|

User: Identify the italicized word according to its class in structural linguistics. May I go to the library? conjunction preposition auxiliary interrogative empty word

Weegy: auxiliary
hsmily|Points 35|

User: Chomsky wanted to find rules that would generate possible sentences in a language.

Weegy: Chomsky wanted to find rules that would generate _all __ possible sentences in a language.
Marvel2|Points 440|

User: What was Chomsky's criticism of structural linguists? He believed that structural linguists limited themselves by only giving a few examples of regular constructions. He believed they went too deeply into structure, simply finding systems of elements without considering sentence structure. He believed there were no processes of sentence formation and sentence interpretation that a speaker or listener must fully master.

Weegy: He believed there were no processes of sentence formation and sentence interpretation that a speaker or listener must fully master
uxiali|Points 1567|

User: Noam Chomsky disregarded irregularities in speech performance as similar to personal mistakes in that did not change the rules.

Weegy: Noam Chomsky disregarded irregularities in speech performance as similar to personal mistakes in division that did not change the rules.
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User: Formulated by Noam Chomsky, is a grammatical system in which sentence structures are derived by transforming basic kernel sentences. The system is also called .

Weegy: : Formulated by Noam Chomsky, structural, generative or traditional is a grammatical system in which sentence structures are derived by transforming basic kernel sentences. The system is also called structural
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User: Chomsky and his colleagues were mainly interested in the degree of of individual speakers.

Weegy: Whether you have a classroom full of gifted speakers, ... human behavior were mostly ended by the 1970s, his theories of ... Noam Chomsky. [ In his theory ... ]
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