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- adj. of or relating to morphemics or to a morpheme
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- adj. Of or pertaining to a morpheme.
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- adj. of or relating to morphemes
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But above all the Indians were far superior to the Europeans in analyzing the morphemic consti - tution of words.
We employ a non-parametric Bayesian framework to simultaneously capture both low-level character mappings and high-level morphemic correspondences.
(NICHD, 2000) found that direct instructional ap - how to use morphemic analysis, awareness of polyse - proaches improved both vocabulary and comprehen - my (varied meanings), and attention to derivations sion (Kamil, 2004). and origins to further their knowledge of content vo - The
[Excuse me if I mix up Kend and Marty here, they are indistinguishable even though I realize from their morphemic inflections that they hail from different parts of these United States.]
It is important to emphasize that the hieroglyphs were not merely pictures of the semantic concepts signified, but included characters representing more abstract phonemic and morphemic categories.
The book concentrates on how to teach children about the morphemic structure of words and on the beneficial effects of this teaching for children’s spelling and for the breadth of their vocabulary.
This is his second puzzling triple morphemic repetition in recent days, following up on the biggest self of self is self ".