Traditional grammar, based on the principles of structural linguistics, has no real use.
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Explain how a word can be a morphemic noun and a syntactic adverb in the same sentenceWeegy:
A morphemic noun (person, place, thing, or idea) is a noun that can have suffix added to make it into an adverb (word used to describe a verb). In the case of the word "Man," you can use "Man" as a noun (ie The man sat down). [ If you add "-ly" to the end, you get "manly", an adverb (ie The boy had sang manly). So together in a sentence you could have "The man had a manly walk." "Man", as the noun, and "manly" being the adverb that describes the verb, "walk". ] Auto answered|Score 1|btatkerson|Points 1109|User:
Which of the following is not one of the twelve morphological classifications recognized by structural grammarians?
... twelve morphological classifications recognized by strucural grammarians? ... adverb, auciliary, preposition, determiner, conjunction, pronoun, interrogative, intensive, unnamed class. Which of the twelve apostles is not recognized as a ... [ http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_twelve_morphological_classifications_recognized_by_strucural_grammarians
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The link between violence in the media and school shootings has been proven to be direct.
... only thing that has been consistently proven to substantially reduce shootings by ... in general is the true answer to violence ... that we don't have school shootings or violence ... [www.answerbag.com/q_view/269893
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