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  1. Newbie
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    affixes and word formation

    Hi I am part-time student so I have to prepare for my morphology exam.
    I need help for affixes and word formation,can anyone help me divide these
    words :

    incompatibility,illegaly, enlightened, unrelated, truthfulness, disorientation, irregularity,untouchable, inexplicable, decentralization,neigborhoods.

    The division should look like this :
    neighbor-hood central morpheme + bound morpheme suffix(class maintaining)
    neighborhood-s
    central morpheme + bound morpheme + inflectional suffix(plural of nouns)
    neighbor-noun
    neighborhood -noun

    Thanks in advance for your help!
    Joplin

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    Re: affixes and word formation

    Two questions: One, is this homework? Two, what's a morphology exam?


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