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What is an example of an allomorph, morphemes, and morphology?

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Allomorph: stopped, grabbed, and handed, i.e., all three have the inflectional past tense ending function but are pronounced "t," "d," and "ed" respectively. Morpheme: "hot," "re," "ment," "car," "s," "ed," "er," and "ly" are examples. Morphology: an
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stopped, grabbed, and handed, i.e., all three have the inflectional past tense ending function but are pronounced "t," "d," and "ed" respectively.
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