1. Study the following words and expressions and identify 1)types of word formation, 2) types of affixes, 3) types of dictionaries, and 4) the type of idiom (10%)
-ize, -en, -ate
an affix that indicates grammatical relationships
The Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology
telephone → phone
fly in the ointment
2．Study thefollowing words and expressions and identify 1) types of context clues; 2) types of word formation; 3)types of word-meaning changes and 4)rhetorical features of idioms. (10%)
making a restatement of a new word or concept in familiar words
the usual amenities such as a pub, a post office and a school
from cradle to grave
might and main
hussy: "housewife" → "a woman of low morals"
disease: "discomfort" →"illness"
fond: "foolish" --* "affectionate"
3．Study the following words and expressions and identify 1)
types of bound morphemes underlined;2) types of word
formation; 3) types of meaning and 4) types of meaning oJ
heart and soul
lip-reading to lip-read