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Which of the following is not a structural linguist? Sapir Burger Bloomfield Fries
Weegy: The answer is: Burger is not a structural linguist. User: Which of the following is not a fallacy found by structural linguists in traditional grammar? semantic fallacy logical fallacy morphology fallacy normative fallacy Weegy: The answer is: Logical Fallacy. User: Identify the italicized word according to its class in structural linguistics. They ate lunch under a pine tree Weegy: The answer is: no words are italicized. User: Traditional grammar, based on the principles of structural linguistics, has no real use. True False (More)
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Traditional grammar, based on the principles of structural linguistics, has no real use. This statement is FALSE.


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Identify the error in this works cited entry for a print article in a magazine with no author: "The Hunger Problem in America.": Newsweek. 15 June, 2007, 76. Print. User: Create a works cited page entry for the following information. Be careful! Remember, your capitalization, spacing, and punctuation must be exact. You interviewed Davis Hamletter, an expert on nuclear power plants, on April 17, 2009 by telephone. The interview lasted 30 minutes.
Weegy: Hi. What's your question? User: whats a works cited page entry for the following information. Be careful! Remember, your capitalization, spacing, and punctuation must be exact. You interviewed Davis Hamletter, an expert on nuclear power plants, on April 17, 2009 by telephone. The interview lasted 30 minutes. Weegy: Unfortunatly, we do not have a copy of "The Hunger Problem in America." (More)
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Read the sentence. Check the type of ungrammatical-sounding English that it illustrates. We seed four horses today.
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"We seed four horses today." The word "seed" is ungrammatical, the kind of error a child makes when it mistakes a strong verb for a weak or regular one. Weak/regular verbs like "look" form their simple past in "-ed" - "looked". A strong or irregular verb like "see" has an irregular simple past tense, in this case "saw".

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