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    Morpheme?

    Hi,
    Are [d], [ed], and[t] the "allomorphs" of past morpheme?

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    Re: Morpheme?

    Quote Originally Posted by taghavi View Post
    Hi,
    Are [d], [ed], and[t] the "allomorphs" of past morpheme?



    Hi,
    Yes they are. (except for [ed] which had better be changed into [Id]

    As you know these forms make up the "past morpheme", as its physical realisation. [d], [Id], and [t] in "answered", "wanted", and "asked" respectively.


    Not a teacher..............

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    Re: Morpheme?

    Hello,
    Thank you so much.
    Do you have M.A or student of master of arts in English?

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    Re: Morpheme?

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    Hi dear,
    An MA student in Guilan Univ. G'luck!
    Thank you.
    Good luck.

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