One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A unit of sound from which all variants of a morpheme can be derived or predicted by rule.
- ‘They are complementary, since for each environment of the unit, its morphophonemes indicate the segments in the corresponding parts of that member of the morpheme which occurs in that environment.’
- ‘Stress has its own tier, and I will identify this feature specifically, since stress will determine the choice of the morphophoneme.’
- ‘This tendency of leaving out the morphophoneme " t’ becomes more and more common.’
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