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Morphology and Syntax:
According to Bullock, the ‘rules’ of verlan are artificial compared to those of the standard – and natural – language. In Pig Latin, words with a consonant cluster postpose the consonant, then add the suffix -ay. (e.g., lose cay for closet). Any rule that operates on letters rather than on phonological entities such as onsets is unnatural. Ferdinand de Saussure (1857–1913), one of the first modern linguists, believed that language was a system of signs. ALSO, SEE:
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A stop sign is partially motivated. Signs can lose their motivation: consider the name of the basketball team, the Los Angeles Lakers. Motivation is not all-or-nothing, and signs can be partially motivated.
ENG509 Morphology and Syntax:
Languages are first and foremost oral, and orthographies are systems imposed on them by people. Secret languages must be looked upon as somewhat artificial and should not on their own be used to draw conclusions about the workings of natural languages.
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borrowed words from other languages regularly enter the lexicon Concerns about contact literature Doubts about varieties of English . Differences in usage, lexicon and accent between American, Canadian, Australian and Irish English
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A sign is motivated to the extent that by inspection you can get clues as to what it means. A walk signal at a crosswalk is an example of a motivated sign, because the stylized image of a person walking indicates whether you should or should not cross the street.