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‫بسم هللا الرحمن الرحيم‬ Philadelphia University Faculty of Arts Department of English ‫ــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــــ‬ Examination Sheet PART 1 : A : Information Student's Name: Student's No. : Semester: 2nd Semester Academic year :2010/2011 Tutor's Name: Dr.Khalil Nofal Module Title : Syntax Module No:0120332 Time: 12:00-1:00 Date: 6 / 4 / 2011 Day: Thursday Examination: ( 1st ) 2nd Final B -Guidelines -The exam consists of four categories and the total mark is (50). - Each question has its own mark. -The answer must be written clearly. C. Exam Questions, Grades and Time Allocated for Each Question: Question Minutes Total point Points Earned 1. 10 5 2. 10 5 3. 20 10 4. 20 10 Total 60 30 / 2 = 15 D- Student Comments on the Questions ( If any ) E- Tutor's Remarks: 1 FIRST Category :Knowledge and Understanding The aim of these questions is to asses the basic knowledge and skills the student acquired. PART II : Questions Question ( 1 ) Define the following terms: ( 5 Marks ) 1. Rankscale vs. Rankshift 2. Diachronic description vs. Synchronic description 3. Morpheme 4. Root 6. Multiple Membership. 2 Intellectual Skills Second Category : (Cognitive and Analytical) The aim of these questions is to asses the students ability to recognize and analyze information. Question ( 2 ) Give examples: ( 5 Marks ) a) Emphatic do . b) The morpheme -es pronounced as /iz/ c) The plural of criterion . d) The morpheme - er as derivational . e) The word round as a verb. f) - ist as a noun marker . g) - est as an adverb marker . h) The morpheme -ed pronounced as / t / . i) Perfective aspect j) Phrasal verb 3 THIRD Category :Practical Skills Students should be able to apply their knowledge in solving unfamiliar problems. Question (3) Analyze the underlined words / phrases / clauses in terms of categories and functions: (10 points ) a) Peter works hard. Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ b) John told me so. Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ c) He asked who did that. Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ d) My sister who lives in Amman is a nurse. Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ e) I watched myself in the mirror. Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ f) Forty passenger were killed. Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ g) That she failed the exam surprised me . Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ h)This truck weights 10 tons Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ i) I prefer my tea hot Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ j) My father bought me a new car . Category: ______________________________________________ Function: ______________________________________________ 4 FOURTH Category :Practical Skills Students should be able to apply their knowledge in solving unfamiliar problems. Question (4) Give examples in complete sentences: (10 points ) a) Predicative Adjective b) Adverb phrase functioning as pre-mod to head adjective. c) NP functioning as adverbial d) Structural ambiguity. e) Attributive adjective. f) Complex transitive verb. g) Non- transitive PC verb. h) A subordinator joining two sentences. 5 i) A complex sentence in which a finite / non-finite clause functioning as DO . j) A cardinal number functioning as an immediate constituent of sentence. k) A self pronoun functioning as prepositional complement. l) A demonstrative pronoun functioning as DO . m) A possessive pronoun functioning as determiner. n) Restrictive relative clause functioning as post-mod to the HN . o) Interrogative pronoun functioning as subject. p) so as DO. q) a quantifier functioning as an immediate constituent of a sentence . GOOD LUCK! 6
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