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Tu- occurs before consonants and tw- before vowels. They are therefore allomorphs of the first person plural morpheme. , future and book) are said to have a single allomorph (cf. Matthews, 1974: 83). Lrt us now examine some English words, focusing on the pronunciation of the underlined part of each word, which represents the negative morpheme in-. 12] a. impossible impatient immovable [Imposibl] [1mpe1fnt] b. intolerable indecent [mtol~r~bl] [1muv~bl] [mdi:s~nt] 28 Introduction to Word-Structure c.
But this is problematic. There are cases where we can justify Morphemes: The Smallest Units of Meaning 23 recognising a recurrent word-building unit as a morpheme although we cannot assign it a consistent meaning. This is true of -fer in wordls like pre-fer, in-fer, de-fer, con-fer, trans-fer and re-fer. An etymological dictionary will tell us that -fer comes from the Latin word meaning 'bear, bring, send'. However, we would be hardpressed to identify a consistent meaning like 'bring' attributable to -fer- in every instance above.
In that case, we could say that the morpheme book lbuk/ is made up of the phonemes lb/, /u/ and /k/. As we will see in a moment, an approach which assumes that morphemes are made up of phonemes leads to a theoretical cul-·de-sac. It is preferable to view morphemes as being represented or realised or manifested by morphs. It is unsound to assume that morphemes are actually composed of (sequences of) phonemes because this would suggest that the meaning of a morpheme is a function of its phonemic composition.