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31 are illustrative of the various ablaut patterns for irregular verbs, and because patterns vary these examples are only representative forms. 30 Morpheme Variants: Verbs 9 {} means morpheme. 10 Diphthong is a vowel sound within a syllable with a noticeable change in quality during production. < previous page page_40 next page > < previous page page_41 next page > Page 41 differ somewhat when attached to certain bases. 32. 31 has the same sound, but its meaning varies slightly. The exmorpheme in exalt does not entirely have the same meaning as the ex- morpheme in exterminate.

5 Morphemes and words often have the same form. 2 in the introduction, a hierarchy of structures was presented. In this hierarchy, the morpheme and the word are sometimes the same. This occurs when the word consists of a single morpheme. 5. For example, the free form dog is a single morpheme at the morphological level, and simultaneously it is a word at the lexical level. It is a morpheme because it cannot be broken down further without destroying its lexical meaning, and it is a word because it is a free form with lexical meaning.

35 Sentence Analysis The general pattern is to first remove the inflectional morpheme, of which there will only be one, since inflectional morphemes do not accumulate. Next we remove the derivational morphemes, beginning at the extreme right; derivational suffixes do accumulate and so there may be more than one. Often prefixes are removed before suffixes, but this is not a rule. This process continues until only the base morpheme is left. 36 shows slightly more difficult words broken down. 36 Morpheme Analysis < previous page page_42 next page > < previous page page_43 next page > Page 43 <><><><><><><><><><><><> Unlike its Germanic cousins, English has lost most of its inflections, which were evident in Old English.

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