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Q: Which of the following are inflectional morphemes?
A: Morphemes can be divided into two general classes. Free morphemes are those which can stand alone as words of a language, whereas bound morphemes must be attached to other morphemes. [ Most roots in English are free morphemes (for example, dog, syntax, and to). ]
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