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Unformatted text preview: and ultimately from a Latin compound meaning ‘salt of the rock’. Although it is unlikely that the average speaker would know the history of the word, most people recognize salt as one of the component morphemes and therefore would analyze peter as being a bound morpheme, similar to huckle in huckleberry . Actually, peter is an allomorph of a morpheme whose other allomorph is petr-, as in petrify .) air + sick +ness Exercise 4 terroriz ed : inflectional suffix un civil ized: free root terror ize : derivational suffix luke warm: bound root im possible: derivational prefix Exercise 6 a. kali b. kwahmilimes c. ipelomes d. nomahkwames e. pelo Noun fool foolishly-ly Adverb-ish Adjective Preposition in insider-er Noun side Preposition Noun Noun balm embalmment-ment Noun em-Verb Noun Islam Islamicism-ism Noun-ic Adjective-able Adjective inalterability Verb alter in-Adjective-ity Noun Noun center-al Adjective decentralization de-Verb-ize Verb-ation Noun...
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course LIN 1 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.
- Fall '08