Answer to Question #66296 in Other English for Harleen Brar

Question #66296
KWAKUM Consider the following phonetically transcribed data from Kwakum. [sɛbɔmmɛ] ‘We bought (a long time ago).’ [sɛbɔmko] ‘We bought (recently).’ [sɛbɔmkowɛɛ] ‘We did not buy (recently).’ [njebɔmmɛ] ‘I bought (a long time ago).’ [ɔbɔmmɛ] ‘You (sg) bought (a long time ago).’ [jebɔmko] ‘They bought (recently).’ [nɛbɔmko] ‘You (pl) bought (recently).’ [abɔmmɛwɛɛ] ‘He/she did not buy (a long time ago).’ Match each of the following meanings with a Kwakum morpheme, indicating whether it is a root or an affix; if it is an affix, indicate whether it is a prefix, suffix, or infix. ‘I’ ‘we’ ‘you (sg)’ ‘you (pl)’ ‘he/she’ ‘they’ ‘buy’ ‘not’ ‘(recently)’ ‘(a long time ago)’
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2017-03-14T04:52:27-0400
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