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sfu323_lectnote2 - LIMITATION LECTURE 2 ON MORPHEMES AND...

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1 LECTURE 2 – ON MORPHEMES AND LEXEMES John Alderete, Linguistics 323, Simon Fraser University Goals: give a thorough introduction to morpheme-based morphology and a brief introduction to the concept of a lexeme. This lecture will establish a more concrete method for doing morphological analysis that is based in the segmentation of words into morphemes, and introduce a set of concepts for classifying morphemes into different types (e.g., bound suffix, free stem, etc.). After working through this lecture and associated reading, the student should be able to examine polymorphemic words in English, break them down into constituent morphemes, and fit them into the given classification system (bound/free, stem/affix, etc.). Keywords: morpheme, morphological segmentation, morphological concatenation, root, stem, affix, lexeme, paradigm, grammatical function Reading: UM chapter sections 2.1-2.3 MORPHOLOGICAL SEGMENTATION Definitions: morpheme (review), polymorphemic, monomorphemic, morphological
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course LING 323 taught by Professor J.alderete during the Spring '07 term at Simon Fraser.

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