Re: What is a morpheme?

From: Jonathan Robie (
Date: Tue Feb 02 1999 - 09:54:27 EST

At 08:36 AM 2/2/99 -0600, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
>I avoid using the word--it's one of those terms like "aspect" that
>instantaneously communicate to people, more often than not, something other
>than what you really mean. ;-) Therefore I tend to use the long-winded
>periphrastic expression to communicate what I mean; that usually doesn't
>work so well either!

Hmmmm....I don't think I will ask you what you think of the assertion that
there is an "aspect morpheme" ;->

Texcel Research

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