Identify rules governing derivational and inflectional morphology in Zulu using linguistic data.

Part 1: Zulu morphology. Identify rules governing derivational and inflectional morphology in Zulu using linguistic data. Your task is to answer all the components of Exercise 5 in Chapter 3 of ITL 10th or Chapter 2 of ITL 11th. I’ve attached the question below to avoid any confusion.

Part 2: Wordsmithing. (a) Create a word that fills a lexical gap. (b) Identify the part of speech. (c) Identify the mechanism used to create this new word (e.g., blend, acronym, etc.). (d) Use it in a sentence. To get full credit your word must be unique. If your word appears in a google search, you will not get full credit. And, in addition to satisfying criteria a-e listed above, the meaning of the novel word must be instantly recognizable. For example, “immensify”, would be universally recognized as meaning, “to make immense or increase in importance, size or magnitude.”