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KENNINGS IS A DOUBLE METAPHOR TRUE OR FALSE?
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Fragment or Sentence. The baby cried.
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A morpheme is synonymous with syllable.
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A morpheme is synonymous with syllable. This statement is false.
Morpheme is defined as a meaningful linguistic unit (a word or a word element) that cannot be divided into smaller meaningful parts. Syllable is defined as a single unit of written or spoken word, an unbroken sound used to make up words. Example: the word "unladylike" consists of 4 syllables (un-la-dy-like), but only 3 morphemes (un-lady-like). "Lady" is a single morpheme - unit of meaning - because "la" and "dy"- 2 syllables - don't mean anything on their own.

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