One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Consisting of a single morpheme.
- ‘It would seem that the high-frequency past tenses were being processed rather like the monomorphemic words, suggesting that they were being stored as preformed units.’
- ‘In assigning the heavier weight to the following consonant and the lighter one to the morpheme boundary, the model predicts that more deletions will occur in monomorphemic than bimorphemic clusters.’
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