Semantics and Discourse analysis
a)<Tab/>Free morphemes and bound morphemes
Free morphemes are morphemes that are able to stand on its own in a language. This is usually a stem or root word. So, the meaning of the word allows us to identify the number of morphemes in a word.
Examples of free morphemes are, walk, happy white, run, sad, black.
Bound morphemes are morphemes that are unable to stand own its own. These morphemes usually occur as an affix.
In terms of prefixes, they may be, 'un', in 'undress', 'dis', in discontinue and 'mis' in misunderstand.
In terms of suffixes, they may appear in 'ness' in '…
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