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    Re: morphemes

    Was that notice always there..? I never saw it.. I am not a teacher.

    Some say the -e- in women is an infix, some don't, either way, it is not a morpheme because it does not have meaning.

    Women's has two morphemes:
    Women
    's

    Association has four:
    as-
    soci(are)
    -at(e)
    -ion

    Just because it's borrowed from Latin doesn't mean it didn't have morphemes in Latin.
    Last edited by Siyanor; 31-May-2008 at 20:27.

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