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A morpheme is A. a root word. B. the smallest unit of meaning in language. C. an English word with roots in another language. D. a prefix or suffix that changes a word.
Weegy: A morpheme is - the smallest unit of meaning in language. User: Which of the following is a suffix? A. re B. sing C. tion D. go Weegy: The word re is a suffix. User: A word such as fantabulous is an example of A. a word with Latin roots. B. a word with origins in technology. C. a new word combined from other words. D. a word created by the interaction of cultures. (More)
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A word such as fantabulous is an example of: a new word combined from other words.
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Morphological analysis refers to A. the process of sounding out a word. B. the process of breaking a word into its parts. C. the process of determining a word's origins. D. the process of reading for understanding.
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Morphological analysis refers the process of breaking a word into its parts.

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