Why are some morphemes are called '' Lexical morphemes''?
Let us first explain what a morpheme actually is. A morpheme is a representative unit of grammar that cannot be broken down into smaller meaningful parts. A morpheme is to language what an atom is to matter: its most basic and simple element.
When you break a word into syllables (granted, syllables are NOT morphemes), you must leave those chunks of words as they are because they cannot be broken any...
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