LIN204H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Auxiliary Verb, Adverb, Bachelor Of Education

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One syllable word may contain more than one unit of meaning. E. g. walked signifies the meaning of the verb walk and indicated that is in the past tense. Morpheme: combine morphemes to make words, cats consists of two morphemes, {cat} and {cats, the morpheme {cat} has a distinct meaning. Most often denoting a small, demestricated animal of the feline family: {-s} mean more than one (plural) the smallest unit of meaning in a language. Word cannot be divided into any smaller meaning components readable - consist of two morphemes, read and able. Use your knowledge of morphology to help identify parts of speech and to understand the inflectional system of english. Has a meaning that can be at least vaguely stated 2. Can be used with the same meaning within other words or as a word itself. We know how to create new words and how to guess at the meaning of words we have never heard before.

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