The capture would be performed robotically, and the relocated asteroid would become a destination for astronauts to explore and, possibly, for space entrepreneurs to mine

The capture would be performed robotically, and the relocated asteroid would become a destination for astronauts to explore and, possibly, for space entrepreneurs to mine

Part One: Morphemes, Bound & Free
For the first half of this assignment, you’ll need to identify the morphemes in the text that follows. Begin by separating morphemes with slashes then list all the morphemes and classify them as free or bound. Keep in mind that free morphemes must be related to the original word. For example “firetruck” consists of two free morphemes “fire” and “truck,” but “some” is a single morpheme despite the fact that “so” and “me” could be considered individual free morphemes. This is because the meaning of “some” is not based on the morphemes “so” and “me.”
Example for Part One
Here is an example to help you format your assignment.
The capture would be performed robotically, and the relocated asteroid would become a destination for astronauts to explore—and, possibly, for space entrepreneurs to mine.
TheF captureF wouldF beF performF/edB robotF/icB/allyB, andF theF reB/locateF/dB asteroidF wouldF becomeF aF destinationF forF astronautF/sB toF exploreF—andF, possiblyF, forF spaceF entrepreneurF/sB toF mineF.
The text for Part One
Here is the text you must use to identify bound and free morphemes.
Some gentlemen dined at an economical restaurant. They found the service to be unacceptable and wished to express their unhappiness to the management. The manager was unavailable, so they brought the leftovers home to their dog who resided in a doghouse in the backyard.

Part Two: Phonemes and the International Phonetic Alphabet

For the next portion, identify all the phonemes in the text that follows. You may need to do a bit of research to find the symbols you need to express this. Then simply paste your results into a .doc, .docx, or .rtf file and upload it here.
Write your answer in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).

Example

Here is an example to help you format your assignment.

My name is Christian Petersen. I am a college instructor.
maɪ neɪm ɪz kɹɪstt͡ʃʌn pʰitʰɹsʌɴ. aɪ æm eɪ kʰɑlɪd͡ʒ ɪɴstɹʌktoɹ.

The text for Part Two

Here is the text you must translate into IPA.

There was an old woman who swallowed a fly. I don’t know why she swallowed a fly. Perhaps she’ll die.

This is an example of a good way to format the whole assignment.

Christian Petersen
Assignment Two: Linguistic Anthropology
Anth1100-02: General Anthropology
Fall Semester of 2012

Part One:
TheF captureF wouldF beF performF/edB robotF/icB/allyB, andF theF reB/locateF/dB asteroidF wouldF becomeF aF destinationF forF astronautF/sB toF exploreF—andF, possiblyF, forF spaceF entrepreneurF/sB toF mineF.

ANSWER.

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Academic LevelHigh school
Subject AreaAnthropology
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