Natural Language Morphological Theory

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A Natural Language Morphological Theory is a theory about the structure of words in terms of morphemes in a natural language.



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    • The study of words (their structure, their phonological and orthographic realization), and the grammatical and semantical categories they convey.
    • E.g., the Lexical Rule of Inflection where one word in the lexicon is derived from another (walk ⇒ walker, penny ⇒ pennyless).