In generative grammar, the definition of a morpheme depends heavily on whether syntactic trees have morphemes as leaves or features as leaves.
- Direct surface-to-syntax mapping in lexical functional grammar (LFG) – leaves are words
- Direct syntax-to-semantics mapping
- Leaves in syntactic trees spell out morphemes: distributed morphology – leaves are minature
- Baerman, Matthew (2015), Matthew Baerman, ed., The Morpheme, Stephen R. Anderson, Oxford University: Oxford University Press, p. 3
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- Glossary of reading terms
- Comprehensive and searchable morpheme reference
- Linguistics 001 — Lecture 7 — Morphology by Prof. Mark Lieberman
- Pronunciation of the word morpheme
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