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Lecture 1


orthographic words the word as printed units we see on the page
tokens distinguish between the number of words on a page e.g. CAT CAT CAT, one word, three tokens
word forms captures the sense in which related words have different shapes e.g. CAT & CATS represented by italics
lexeme the way in which words are related e.g. go, going, gone represented by small caps
grammatical word the particular way a given word form is related to its lexeme e.g. CATS grammatical word = 'plural of CAT'
morpheme the units from which words are made contribute meaning to a word new words can be made from combining them may be a root or an affix
Created by: beeps