lex_test_2

##### Lexicology is the part of linguistics which deals with .... ????? vocabulary ????? language ????? speech ????? morpheme ????? syntax ##### External structure of the word means .... ????? morphological structure ????? grammatical structure ????? semantic structure ????? phonetic structure ????? etymological structure ##### T he branch of lexicology characterized by stability of structure and transferred meaning is called …. ????? phraseology ????? semantics ????? morphology ????? syntax ????? homonymy ##### T he word "ungentlemanly" consist s of … morphemes. ????? five ????? three ????? four ????? two ????? six ##### The branch of lexicology which deals with the meaning is .... ????? semantics ????? phraseology ????? stylistics ????? syntax ????? m orphology ##### A word which has one meaning is .... ????? monosemantic ????? borrowed ????? denotative ????? connotative ????? polysemantic ##### By means of what method are words studied in their historical development of words are studied in … ????? diachron y ????? direct ????? contemporary ????? synchronic ????? descriptive ##### Choose the suitable prefix to the word "mobility". ????? im - ????? il - ????? un - ????? ir - ????? dis - ##### Choose the native noun - forming suffix. ????? -ness ????? – ess ????? - ish ????? - ly ????? - en ##### The following words from one lexical set. Which word is different? ????? staff ????? waist ????? foot ????? knee ????? arm ##### Linear relationship of words in speech is.... ????? syntagmatic ????? semantics ????? paradigmatic ????? syntactics ????? stylistics ##### The coincidence in the same sound form and spelling but differen t in the meaning of two or more different linguistic units are calle d . . . ????? homonymy ????? antonymy ????? polysemy ????? synonymy ????? monosemy ##### A person to whom a letter is addressed is called … ????? addressee ????? addresser ????? addresser ????? addressant ????? addressie ##### Choose the suitable prefix to the word "legal". ????? il- ????? un- ????? in- ????? non- ????? none- ##### The prefix, the root, the suffix constitute ... structure of the wor d. ????? external ????? internal ????? syntactical ????? semantic ????? syntagmatic ##### A word specific for concrete branch of science, technology, trade, art, et c. ????? term ????? slang ????? dialect ????? borrowing ????? colloquial ##### A variety of a language which prevails in a district, with local peculiarities of vocabulary, pronunciation and phras e ????? dialect ????? slang ????? borrowing ????? jargon ????? term ##### T he following abbreviation "IQ" mean s … ????? intellectual quality ????? intelligence quotient ????? intelligent qualification ????? intelligence quality ????? intellectual quantity ##### Choose the suitable prefix to the word " button ". ????? un - ????? in- ????? non- ????? im- ????? none- ##### The type of word - building in which new word is produced by combining two or more stems. ????? word-composition ????? conversion ????? affixation ????? abbreviation ????? back-formation ##### Determine the part of speech and the type of word-building of the word in the inverted commas : still water “ mirrors ” ????? verb / conversion ????? adverb /composition ????? adverb / conversion ????? noun / derivation ????? noun / conversion ##### Choose the right word: ... reform. ????? economic ????? economy ????? economical ????? economically ????? economizing ##### Words different in their outer aspects but identical or similar in their inner aspects are called … . ????? synonyms ????? homonyms ????? derivatives ????? compounds ????? antonyms ##### Define the type of the following words: air – heir ????? homophones ????? antonyms ????? borrowings ????? synonyms ????? homographs ##### Choose the suffix denoting collectivity. ????? dom ????? ist ????? ent ????? ish ????? ian ##### The word which describes a brief, passing look ????? to glance ????? to gaze ????? to stare ????? to glare ????? to peer ##### Choose the suitable prefix to the word "mortal". ????? im- ????? in- ????? un- ????? non- ????? ir- ##### Choose the right word: ... hands. ????? skillful ????? skilled ????? skilless ????? skillable ????? skillen ##### Determine the part of speech to which the underlined word belongs to and the type of word-building : Her eyes narrowe d. ????? adjective / conversion ????? verb / conversion ????? noun / conversion ????? adverb / affixation ????? verb / derivation ##### Morphemes which can precede and follow root are calle d . .. ????? affixes ????? suffixes ????? stems ????? radicals ????? prefixes ##### T he basic unit of the language is … ????? word ????? aspect ????? stress ????? phoneme ????? sound ##### The internal structure of the word is.... ????? meaning ????? notion ????? aspect ????? plurality ????? structure ##### T he minimum meaningful unit of the language is … ????? word ????? phoneme ????? morpheme ????? sentence ????? sound ##### Polysemy means ... of meaning. ????? plurality ????? difference ????? similarity ????? realization ????? equivalent ##### What is helpful in revealing the meaning of the word? ????? interpretation ????? translation ????? context ????? structure ????? description ##### A word-building morpheme preceding the stem and modifying its meaning is … ????? prefix ????? stem ????? suffix ????? root ????? inflexion ##### Choose the suitable prefix to the word ; justice' ; . ????? in ????? un ????? non ????? dis ????? im ##### T he adjective - forming suffix is… ????? -ful ????? -ing ????? -th ????? -dom ????? -ee ##### Words similar in spelling but different in meaning and pronunciation are .... ????? homographs ????? borrowings ????? synonyms ????? antonyms ????? connotations ##### Supplementary meaning which is added to the word's main meaning for expressing different overtones. ????? connotation ????? denotation ????? collocation ????? combination ????? nomination ##### Which word is suitable: the journey is .... ????? exhausted ????? exhausting ????? exhaustive ????? exhausty ????? exhaustible ##### Choose the suitable prefix to the word "movable". ????? im - ????? dis - ????? un- ????? non- ????? none- ##### B y internal structure of the word is meant … ????? meaning ????? aspect ????? concept ????? definition ????? connotation ##### Colloquialisms, slang and dialect words constitute ...styl e. ????? informal ????? formal ????? personal ????? specific ????? official ##### Choose the right word: ... battl e. ????? historical ????? historically ????? history ????? historian ????? historic ##### Choose the verb - forming suffix. ????? - ate ????? - ish ????? - dis ????? - ed ????? - re ##### T he suffix "ize" can form … ????? verb ????? adjective ????? noun ????? adverb ????? numeral ##### Morphemes which follow the root are called .... ????? suffixes ????? stems ????? prefixes ????? derivatives ????? radicals ##### The word "fruitfulness" consists of... morphemes. ????? t h ree ????? four ????? two ????? five ????? one ##### Words which have come out of active usage and are no longer used in everyday speech are called … . ????? archaisms ????? colloquialisms ????? dialects ????? borrowing ????? historisms ##### Words of the same category of parts of speech which have contrasting meanings are called … . ????? antonyms ????? compounds ????? homonyms ????? synonyms ????? homophones ##### Choose the noun - forming suffix which denote the agent of the action: ????? - er ????? - ance ????? - ing ????? - i sh ????? - ship ##### Choose the right word: ... woman. ????? economic ????? economical ????? economizing ????? economistic ????? economing ##### The word "workmanship" consist of ... morphemes. ????? three ????? five ????? two ????? four ????? one ##### Determine the part of speech and the type of word-building of the underlined word: Pocket your prid e. ????? noun / conversion ????? adjective / conversion ????? noun / derivation ????? verb / conversion ????? noun / affixation ##### Find synonymic dominant word in the following synonymic group ????? to surprise ????? to astound ????? to astonish ????? to amaze ????? to shock ##### Define the type of the following words: peace – piec e. ????? homophones ????? homonyms ????? borrowings ????? antonyms ????? homographs ##### Choose the suitable prefix to the word "literacy". ????? il ????? un ????? non ????? in ????? im ##### Defind the meaning of the following phraseologi cal unit "a bull in china shop" ????? a clumsy person ????? a cunning person ????? a strange person ????? a talkative person ????? a hardworking person ##### Choose the right prefix to the word "rational". ????? ir ????? un ????? non ????? im ????? in ##### Morphemes constitute ... structure of the wor d. ????? external ????? semantic ????? phonetic ????? internal ????? etymological ##### Semantics is the study of .... ????? meaning ????? term ????? borrowing ????? notion ????? connotation ##### One of the main ways of enriching vocabulary in Modern English is .. ????? word-building ????? etymology ????? lexicography ????? polysemy ????? dictionary ##### A word which has more than one meaning is .... ????? polysemantic ????? monosemantic ????? denotative ????? metaphorical ????? connotative ##### The relationship is based on the linear character of speech is called … ????? syntagmatic ????? vertical ????? paradigmatic ????? typical ????? complicated ##### T he most productive adjective forming affix is … ????? able ????? ship ????? ly ????? ous ????? en ##### T hese two words: sail - sale are … ????? homophones ????? antonyms ????? synonyms ????? borrowings ????? dialects ##### P olysemy is … ????? plurality of meaning ????? coincidence of meaning ????? similarity of meaning ????? difference of meaning ????? opposition of meaning ##### find the suitable wor d. Презрительная улыбка - ... smil e. ????? contemptuous ????? contemptible ????? contemptable ????? contemptive ????? contemptful ##### Find the different word form this lexical set. ????? syllable ????? exam ????? test ????? grade ????? syllabus ##### The expression of the main meaning, meaning proper of a linguistic unit. ????? denotation ????? combination ????? collocation ????? connotation E nomination ##### A person who nominated for a post is called …. ????? nominee ????? nominater ????? nominatist ????? nominator ????? nominist ##### Words which have a qualitative feature in their meaning and can be regarded as semantically opposite … ????? antonyms ????? homonyms ????? homophones ????? homographs ????? synonyms ##### An official letter, a speech in court, a lecture is represented by ... styl e …. ????? professional ????? informal ????? formal ????? specific ????? personal ##### Define the type of the following words: rain - reign ????? homophones ????? homonyms ????? paronyms ????? synonyms ????? antonyms ##### . Choose the suitable prefix to the word "experienced". ????? un ????? in ????? non ????? il ????? Mis ##### The particularly English way of word – building is … ????? affixation ????? shortening ????? composition ????? conversion ????? contraction ##### Find the word which doesn't belong to this lexical set ????? thrill ????? program ????? academy ????? tutor ????? dean ##### Determine the part of speech and the type of word-building of the word in the inverted commas : Storks “ winter ” in the South. ????? verb / conversion ????? verb /composition ????? verb / derivation ????? noun / affixation ????? adjective / conversion ##### Define the type of the following words: night - knight ????? homophones ????? antonyms ????? homonyms ????? paronyms ????? idioms ##### Choose the prefix denoting repetition. ????? re - ????? be - ????? post - ????? pro - ????? pre - ##### T he person who gives somebody to do some work . ????? employer ????? employee ????? employing ????? employist ????? employment ##### Find the dominant word in the following synonymic group . ????? to make ????? to create ????? to produce ????? to fabricate ????? to manufacture ##### . Find the dominant word in the following synonymic group ????? to shine ????? to flash ????? to gleam ????? to sparkle ????? to glitter ########## . Choose the word which denotes abstract notion ????? politeness ????? actress ????? booklet ????? peasantry ????? taxist ##### . Ready - made units with fixed and constant structures are called … . ????? idioms ????? compounds ????? derivatives ????? borrowings ????? dialects ##### . Define the type of the following words: tail – tal e. ????? homophones ????? homographs ????? homonyms ????? borrowings ????? derivatives ##### . Find homonymous word to the word "quay" . ????? key ????? gay ????? gail ????? kill ????? cuy ########## . Which prefix is suitable to the word "discreet". ????? in ????? un ????? il ????? non ????? im ##### . Define the type of the following word "speedometer"? ????? compound word ????? shortened word ????? converted ????? contracted word ????? borrowed word ##### . The way of word – building when some sounds are changed to form a new word ????? sound interchange ????? sound imitation ????? blends ????? affixation ????? stress interchange ##### . Find Latin borrowing in English languag e. ????? kitchen, р ea, beet ????? father, day, new ????? alarm, colonel, violin ????? head, blue, house ????? sky, skirt, ski ##### . T he word polysemy means … ????? Plurality of meaning; ????? Singleness of meaning. ????? A brunch of linguistics which studies words; ????? The area of lexicology, specializing in the semantic studies of word; ????? A system of words and word groups that the language possesses; ##### . Find the homonyms proper . ????? ball (n) – ball (n) ????? wind (n) - wind (v) ????? check (n) – cheque (n) ????? been (v) – bean (n) ????? bear (n) – bear (v) ##### . Sound imitation is … ????? the naming of the action or thing by a more or less exact reproduction of a sound association with it ????? the derivation of new words by subtractions of a real or supposed affix from existing words ????? opposition of words or word-forms ????? lexical abbreviation ????? reduction of a word to one of its parts #### . All morphemes are subdivided into … l arge classes: ????? 2 ????? 3 ????? 4 ????? 6 ????? 5 ##### . Find French borrowing in English languag e. ????? state, science, war ????? kitchen, р ea, beet ????? father, day, new ????? alarm, colonel, violin ????? sky, skirt, ski ### ## . The words “piece” and peace are ????? homophones ????? homonyms proper ????? homographs ????? synonyms ????? antonyms ##### . The internal structure of the word is … ????? Meaning; ????? Plurality of meaning; ????? Phonetic structure of the word; ????? Transferred meaning; ????? Associating of a group of sounds with the meaning. ##### . Lexicology is the part of the linguistics which studies …. ????? the vocabulary of a language ????? the history of a language ????? the grammatical system of a language ????? the phonemic shape of words ????? the relations between the language and the social life ##### . Which of the following is a minor way of word- formation? ????? back-formation ????? word- composition ????? conversion ????? affixation ????? word-derivation ##### . Words which consist of a root and an affix (or several affixes) are called … ????? derived words or derivatives ????? All answers is wrong ????? Shortenings ????? Conversion ????? Compound ##### . Find Scandinavian borrowing in English languag e. ????? skill, skin, sky ????? state, science, war ????? kitchen, р ea, beet ????? father, day, new ????? alarm, colonel, violin ##### . A branch of lexicology specialized in word groups is … ????? phraseology ????? lexicology ????? word-building ????? lexicography ????? etymology ##### . T he homographs are … ????? Words, which are the same in spelling, but different in sound; ????? Words, which are the same in sound and spelling; ????? Words, which are the same in sound, but different in spelling; ????? Words, which different in their structure but identical in their meaning; ????? Monosemantic words. ##### . Lexicology is closely connected with … ????? all the following mentioned branches of linguistics ????? phonetics ????? grammar ????? stylistics ????? the history of the language ##### . The problem of word-building is associated with … ????? processes of making new words. ????? with pronunciation ????? morphological word-structures ????? All answers is wrong ????? processes of making word groups . ##### . Find the derived compounds ????? well-formed, dishwasher, three – cornered ????? boyfriend, backformation, wallflower ????? overestimate, subdivided, pseudo – compounds ????? refrigerators, appendicitis, violation ????? forget-me-not, information, disagreement ##### . Wide-spread word-structure is a compound word consisting of ????? two or more stems ????? one ????? A-B ????? all answers are wrong ????? two ##### . Find Celtic borrowing in English languag e ????? bald, down, cradle ????? skill, skin, sky ????? state, science, war ????? kitchen, р ea, beet ????? father, day, new ##### . Find the English native suffixes ????? er, hood, less, full ????? hood, er, ate, or ????? er, ate, or ????? hood, less, ate ????? able, hood, er ##### . There are … main problems in lexicology . ????? 4 ????? 2 ????? 6 ????? 3 ????? 5 ##### . Word - formation is the process of creating …. ????? new words ????? root morphemes ????? affixation morphemes ????? grammatical forms of a word ????? bound stem ##### . Dead and alive are … ????? contradictories ????? loan words ????? incompatibles ????? etymological doublets ????? hybrids ##### . The somewhat odd-looking words like flu, pram, lab, M. P., V-day, H-bomb a re called …. ????? shortenings ????? compound ????? all answers is wrong ????? conversion ????? derived ##### . Find Russian borrowing in English languag e ????? czar, dacha, tundra ????? bald, down, cradle ????? skill, skin, sky ????? state, science, war ????? father, day, new ##### . Find the words produced by means of composition ????? bedroom, mother-in-law, sunflower ????? G.B, to fox, bedroom ????? freedom , bedroom, sister – in – law ????? bye, name, to hand ????? mother-in-law, sunflower, fox ##### . Phraseology is … ????? A brunch of lexicology specializing in word groups; ????? A brunch of lexicology, which deals with the meaning. ????? A brunch of linguistics which studies words; ????? A brunch of lexicology which studies the word s, formed from a word group or synonyms; ????? A brunch of linguistics, studies the plurality of meaning; ##### . Which parts of speech are especially affected by conversion ????? verbs and nouns ????? adjectives ????? adverbs ????? pronouns ????? numerals ##### . Semasiology is the branch of Lexicology that deals with …. ????? the study of word meaning ????? the phonemic shape of words ????? the grammatical function of words ????? a positional mobility of words within a sentence ????? differentiation of vocabulary according to the sphere of communication ##### . The re are … the most productive ways of word-building in Modern English . ????? ##### ????? ##### ????? ##### ????? ##### ????? ##### ##### . Find German borrowing in English languag e ????? father, day, new ????? kitchen, р ea, beet ????? bald, down, cradle ????? skill, skin, sky ????? head, blue, house ##### . Words which consist of a root and an affix … ????? derived word ????? root word ????? phraseological unit ????? stem ????? conversion ##### . T he words which were borrowed with their spelling, pronunciation and meaning are called … ????? Loan words proper; ????? Homophones; ????? Homographs; ????? Semantic borrowed words; ????? Synonyms. ##### . The words lab and laboratory are different in their … . ????? structure ????? stylistics ????? meaning ????? affixation ????? derivation ##### . The main types of dictionaries are ????? special and multilingual ????? general and etymological ????? general and special ????? usage and slang dictionaries ????? general and ideographic #### # . According professor I.Smirnitsky homonyms are classified into … ????? full homonyms and partial homonyms ????? simple homonyms and partial homonyms ????? full homonyms and simple homonyms ????? all answers is wrong ????? full homonyms and complex lexico-grammatical partial ##### . Find Italian borrowing in English languag e ????? alarm, colonel, violin ????? kitchen, р ea, beet ????? state science, war ????? bald, down, cradle ????? father, day, new ##### . The basic part of a word that shows its main meaning, to which other parts can be added is called …. ????? root ????? affix ????? stem ????? prefix ????? morpheme ##### . Semaciology is … ????? A brunch of lexicology which deals with the meaning; ????? A brunch of lexicology specializing in word groups; ????? A brunch of lexicology which studies the words; ????? Plurality of meaning; ????? Singleness of meaning ##### . Words, which are different in sound and meaning, but identical in spelling are … ????? homographs ????? homonyms proper ????? homophones ????? synonyms ????? antonyms ##### . The following definition “coal, n. a black, hard substance that burns and gives off heat” is an entry from …. ????? a descriptive dictionary ????? a pronunciation dictionary ????? a bilingual dictionary ????? an etymological dictionary ????? a dictionary of synonyms ##### . Find Indo-Euro p ean borrowing in English languag e. ????? father, day, new ????? state, science, war ????? kitchen, р ea, beet ????? skill, skin, sky ????? alarm, colonel, violin ##### . The words of the same category of parts of speech which have contrasting meaning ????? antonyms ????? synonyms ????? homonyms ????? homophones ????? homographs ##### . Who suggested the classification of phraseological units according to the degree of motivation of their meaning? ????? V. Vinogradov; ????? I. Smirnitsky; ????? M. Fowler; ????? V. Koonin; ????? V. Collins. ##### . Lexicography deals with …. ????? the theory and practice of compiling dictionaries ????? the word making process in English ????? classification of loan words ????? variants of the English language ????? the etymological background of the English word stock ##### . Adding derivational affixes to stem is called …. ????? affixation ????? acronym ????? abbreviation ????? reduplication ????? sound interchange ##### . The area of lexicology specialising in the semanti c studies of the word is called … ????? semantics ????? phraseology ????? all answers is wrong ????? homonyms ????? morphemes ##### . Find types of formal styl e ????? archaic and obsolete words ????? colloquial words ????? slang words ????? dialect words ????? slang and dialect words ##### . Words with the same spelling, but different in pronunciation are called … ????? homographs ????? homophones ????? homonyms proper ????? synonyms ????? antonyms ##### . How many groups of native words are there in the English vocabulary? ????? 2 ????? 4 ????? 1 ????? 3 ????? 5 ##### . Dictionaries of abbreviations, antonyms, borrowings, new words are belong to …. ????? special dictionaries ????? general dictionaries ????? glossaries ????? rhyming and thesaurus type of dictionaries ????? etymological dictionaries ##### . A morpheme is …. ????? the smallest indivisible language unit ????? the basic unit of a language ????? a clichй ????? a collocation ????? an abbreviation ##### . … is the branch of lexicology specializing in word-groups which are characterized by stability of structur e ????? phraseology ????? semantics ????? all answers is wrong ????? morphemes ????? homonyms ##### . Find some non-productive English Affixes. ????? – ly, -some, -en ????? – er, -ing, -ism ????? – ize, -ate, -ed ????? – ness, -ist, - able ????? – ful, - ly, - y ##### . Primary types of word-building are … ????? affixation, conversion, composition, shortening ????? sound interchange, composition, shortening ????? affixation, conversion, blends ????? blends, affixation, conversion, composition, shortening ????? stress interchange, sound interchange, blends ##### . What do we mean by external structure of the word? ????? Its morphological structure; ????? The meaning of word; ????? Plurality of meaning; ????? Transferred meaning; ????? Singleness of meaning. ##### . The stem of root morpheme word contains of … ????? one free morpheme ????? not less than two morphemes of which at least one is bound ????? not less than two free morphemes ????? not less than two free morphemes and one bound morpheme ????? a group of words ##### . The word brunch was formed with the help of …. ????? blending ????? sound – interchange ????? shortening ????? conversion ????? affixation # # # # # All morphemes are subdivided into … ????? root and affix ????? prefixes and suffixes ????? root and suffix ????? root and prefix ????? bound morpheme # # # # # Semantics is area of lexicology … ????? specializing in the meaning of the word ????? specializing in the study of word ????? specializing in the external structure of the word ????? specializing in the word groups ????? all answers are right ##### Newly coined words, but haven’ t yet been accepted into mainstream are … ????? neologisms ????? jargons ????? slangs ????? colloquialisms ????? terminologies ##### A brunch of linguistics which studies the words is …. ????? lexicology ????? grammar ????? phonetics ????? stylistics ????? theory of English ##### Affixation is divided into …. ????? prefix and suffix ????? root ????? morpheme ????? prefix and morpheme ????? suffix and morpheme ##### Internal structure of the word is …. ????? the meaning of the word ????? transference of the word ????? pronunciation of the word ????? spelling of the word ????? morphological structure of the word ##### External structure of the word is …. ????? morphological structure of the word ????? the meaning of the word ????? transference of the word ????? pronunciation of the word ????? spelling of the word ##### The main problems of Lexicology are …. ????? all variants are right ????? a word ????? a word formation ????? phraseology ????? lexicography ##### Jargons are used …. ????? to preserve secrecy within one or another social groups ????? to show absurd meaning of the words ????? to enrich language vocabulary ????? to show the richness of the language ????? to isolate from the society ##### polysemantic words have …. ????? two or more meanings ????? only one meaning ????? only three meanings ????? only four or five meanings ????? one or more meaning ##### Define the minor way of word building ????? s tress interchange ????? composition ????? affixation ????? conversion ????? shortening ##### Define the major way of word building ????? conversion ????? backformation ????? sound imitation ????? blending ????? stress interchange ##### Words different in meaning but identical in sound and spelling or both in sound and spelling are …. ????? homonyms ????? synonyms ????? antonyms ????? euphemisms ????? polysemantic words ##### Transference of the meaning by similarity is called …. ????? metaphor ????? metonymy ????? polysemy ????? monosemy ????? synonymy ##### Transference of the meaning by contiguity is called …. ????? metonymy ????? metaphor ????? synonymy ????? polysemy ????? monosemy ##### Words are used for denoting new concepts or things in the development of the language are called …. ????? neologisms ????? jargons ????? terms ????? slang ????? colloqui alisms ##### T he way of word building with the help imitating the sounds is called … ????? sound imitation ????? sound interchange ????? stress interchange ????? derivation ????? conversion ##### The process of making new words is called …. ????? word building ????? monosemy ????? polysemy ????? morpheme ????? nonproductive way ##### Morpheme is …. ????? the smallest linguistic unit ????? the biggest linguistic unit ????? the word group ????? the phrase ????? divisible unit ##### The word is …. ????? a speech unit used for the human communication ????? a part of speech ????? a part of the sentence ????? a part of sound ????? all variants are right ##### These words are used by everybody and their sphere of communication is comparatively wid e. ????? colloquialisms ????? slang ????? jargons ????? neologisms ????? euphemisms ##### . A branch of Lexicology which deals with terms, i. e. words of a special languag e ????? terminology ????? semasiology ????? Morphology ????? Phraseology ????? orthography ##### Transference based on resemblance is also referred to as linguistic … ????? metaphor ????? metonymy ????? simile ????? hyperbole ????? periphrasis ##### In ancient time the word “deer” meant …. ????? all kinds of animals ????? one type of animal ????? bear ????? the same meaning ????? fox ##### S tages of evaluation of neologisms ????? 5 ????? 3 ????? 1 ????? 2 ????? 4 ##### Broadening of meaning is …. ????? generalization ????? specialization ????? organization ????? combination ????? comprehension ##### Lexicography means …. ????? the science of making dictionary ????? making new words ????? making new rules ????? forming new words ????? word – building ##### Find the slang to the word “eyes” ????? saucers, blinkers ????? dogs, blinkers ????? infant, saucers ????? flippers, blinkers ????? mug, face ##### Find the type of compound without a linking element ????? heartbreak ????? speedometer ????? son-in-law ????? Xmas ????? Down- and- out ##### Find the informal variant of the word “to begin” ????? To start ????? To commence ????? to go on ????? to be over ????? to terminate ##### The branch of lexicology that is devoted to the study of meaning is known as … . ????? Semasiology ????? Etymology ????? Polysemy ????? Monosemy ????? Lexicography ##### T he component of meaning recurrent in identical sets of individual forms of different words is …. ????? grammatical meaning ????? lexical meaning ????? denotation meaning ????? con notation meaning ????? contextual meaning ##### … of the word may be described as the component of meaning proper to the word as a li n guistic unit, i. e. recurrent in all the forms of this wor d. ????? lexical meaning ????? grammatical meanin g ????? denotation meaning ????? con notation meaning ????? contextual meaning ##### T he …. is th e component of the lexical meaning which makes communication possibl e. ????? denotation meaning ????? lexical meaning ????? grammatical meaning ????? con notation meaning ????? contextual meaning #### T he … is the emotive charge and the stylistic value of the wor d. ????? con notation meaning ????? contextual meaning ????? denotation meaning ????? lexical meaning ????? grammatical meaning ##### The words of general use, possessing no specific stylistic reference is known as … ????? Neutral words. ????? Slang ????? Professionalisms ????? Jargons ????? Vulgarisms ##### Neutral words can be distinguish ed as …. ????? standard and colloquial and literary and bookish ????? literary or bookish ????? standard and colloquial ????? Literary and bookish ????? Neutral words ##### The words which are often regarded as a violation of the norms of Standard English are … ????? Slangs ????? Professionalisms ????? Jargons ????? Vulgarisms ????? Neutral words ##### The words used in narrow groups bound by the same occupation are … ????? Professionalisms ????? Jargons ????? Vulgarisms ????? Neutral words ????? Slangs #### The words marked by their use within a particular social group and bea r ing a secret and cryptic character are … ????? Jargons ????? Vulgarisms ????? Neutral words ????? Slangs ????? Professionalisms #### The coarse words that are not generally used in public are …. ????? Vulgarisms ????? Neutral words ????? Slangs ????? Professionalisms ????? Jargons ##### T he semantic component that serves to disti n guish one word from all others containing identical morphemes is …. ????? Differential meaning ????? Distributional meaning ????? contextual meaning ????? lexical meaning ????? grammatical meaning ##### T he meaning of the order and arrangement of morphemes making up the word is … . ????? Distributional meaning ????? contextual meaning ????? lexical meaning ????? grammatical meaning ????? Differential meaning ##### The words differ in lexical meaning are .. . ????? lexical homonyms ????? lexico-grammatical homonyms ????? grammatical h o monymy ????? Perfect homonyms ????? Partial homonyms ##### Homonymous word-forms both grammatical and lexical meanings are differ known as … . ????? lexico-grammatical ????? lexical homonyms ????? grammatical h o monymy ????? Perfect homonyms ????? Partial homonyms ##### … is the homonymy of different word-forms of one and the same wor d. ????? grammatical h o monymy ????? lexico-grammatical ????? lexical homonyms ????? Perfect homonyms ????? Partial homonyms ##### …. are words identical both in spel l ing and in sound-form but different in meaning. ????? Perfect homonyms ????? Partial homonyms ????? grammatical h o monymy ????? lexico-grammatical ????? lexical homonyms B. … is us u ally to be found in word-forms of different parts of speech. ????? Partial homonymy ????? grammatical h o monymy ????? lexico-grammatical ????? lexical homonyms ????? Perfect homonyms ##### …. define the meaning the word possesses when it is used in combination with other words in the flow of speech. ????? Syntagmatic relations ????? Paradigmatic relations ????? Internal structure ????? External structure ????? All of the answers are right ##### … define the w ord-meaning through its interrelation with other members of the subgroup. ????? Paradigmatic relations ????? Syntagmatic relations ????? Internal structure ????? External structure ????? All of the are right ##### …. which represent the type of semantic relations that exist b e tween pairs like dead and alive ????? Co ntradictories ????? Contraries ????? Incompatible s ????? Noun antonyms ????? All answers are right. ##### … differ from contradictories mainly because contradictories admit of no possibility between them. ????? Contraries ????? Co ntradictories ????? Incompatible s ????? Noun antonyms ????? All answers are right. ##### … exist among the ant o nyms with the common component of meaning and may be described as the reverse of hyponymy . ????? Incompatible s ????? Contraries ????? Co ntradictories ????? Noun antonyms ????? All answers are right.

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