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Morphology, which captures information about the shape and behavior of words in context
Morpheme is the smallest unit of linguistic meaning. A single word may be composed of one or more morpheme.
1. Free morphemes
Free morphemes, on the other hand, may require syntactic positions since they are ostensibly subject to movement and also often belong to paradigms. I have in mind now such morphemes as free ad positions, auxiliaries, conjunctions, and pronouns. All but conjunctions are themselves subject to inflection. Pronouns like which and who, as well as free auxiliaries seem to move from one syntactic position to another in some languages
Part of free morpheme:
a. Lexical (content of actions)
1) Nouns attached by the suffix – to mark plural, (one book, two books).
2) Verbs attached by the suffixes – ed (walked), s (jobs), ing (timing), en (whiten).
b. Functional (emphasizes, function)
Example: preposition, articles
2. Bound morphemes
a. Derivational functions to make new word (ed, – ing, y)
Example: – ness (wildness), – ment (department)
b. Inflectional functions to indicate the status of grammar.
Example: – est (establish), – er (singer), etc.

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