The Parts of Speech

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Figure 3.1 Examples of Morphemes is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license

Figure 3.2 Examples of Morphological Typology is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license

Figure 3.3 Example from Turkish, an Agglutinative Language is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license

Figure 3.4 Non-concatenative Morphology in Arabic is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license

Figure 3.5 Non-concatenative Morphology in Arabic is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license

Figure 3.6 Sentence Structure in English is a figure created by Dinesh Ramoo, the author, and may be used under a CC BY 2.5 license

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