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    is "cran" in cranberry " a bound morheme or free morpheme?

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    Re: linguistics

    "Cran" is a bound morpheme. Amazingly, this very morpheme has been used to name a class of bound morphemes that are used as neither a prefix nor a suffix: "cranberry morphemes." Such bound morphemes are labelled as "unproductive".

    If you want the reference on this I would be glad to send it to you.

    G.F. (not a teacher)
    Last edited by Greg Forbes; 15-Nov-2008 at 19:48. Reason: change wording

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    Re: linguistics

    Quote Originally Posted by taghavi View Post
    is "cran" in cranberry " a bound morheme or free morpheme?
    [See above]
    Hi taghavi,
    What ever happened to your posts on ESL Methods. You stopped posting them.

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