Difference between lexical and grammatical morpheme

difference between lexical and grammatical morpheme
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State the difference between lexical and grammatical morpheme? illustrate your answer with examples.

Difference between Lexical and grammatical morphemes

Answer: Lexical morpheme expresses lexical meaning, referring to things, events, actions, state or property. Grammatical morpheme expresses common meaning referring to grammatical relationship within and between sentences.

Examples: Lexical and grammatical morphemes

works (lexical morpheme)

worked (grammatical morpheme)

working (grammatical morpheme)

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