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This Grammar Walkthrough is part of the online grammar textbook Analyzing Grammar in Context - https://faculty.unlv.edu/nagelhout/AnalyzingGrammarInContext/index.html

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  1. 1. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: While he was wearying every one with his tears and complaints, and turning his house into a sink of debauchery, a faithful servant of the family, Grigory, took the three-year-old Mitya into his care.
  2. 2. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: While he was wearying every one with his tears and complaints, and turning his house into a sink of debauchery, a faithful servant of the family, Grigory, took the three-year-old Mitya into his care.
  3. 3. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: While he was wearying every one with his tears and complaints, and turning his house into a sink of debauchery, a faithful servant of the family, Grigory, took the three-year-old Mitya into his care.
  4. 4. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: While he was wearying every one with his tears and complaints, and turning his house into a sink of debauchery, a faithful servant of the family, Grigory, took the three-year-old Mitya into his care.
  5. 5. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: While he was wearying every one with his tears and complaints, and turning his house into a sink of debauchery, a faithful servant of the family, Grigory, took the three-year-old Mitya into his care.
  6. 6. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: While he was wearying every one with his tears and complaints, and turning his house into a sink of debauchery, a faithful servant of the family, Grigory, took the three-year-old Mitya into his care. There are four words with inflectional morphemes.
  7. 7. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: 1. wearying 2. tears 3. complaints 4. turning
  8. 8. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: 1. wearying Verb Inflectional Morpheme Present-Participle
  9. 9. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: 2. tears Noun Inflectional Morpheme Plural NOTE: If analyzed in isolation, this could also be verb present tense inflectional morpheme, but tears is preceded by the possessive determiner HIS.
  10. 10. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: 3. complaints Noun Inflectional Morpheme Plural
  11. 11. Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov In the text below, select the words that contain an inflectional morpheme: 4. turning Verb Inflectional Morpheme Present-Participle
  12. 12. For Discussion: While he was wearying every one with his tears and complaints, and turning his house into a sink of debauchery, a faithful servant of the family, Grigory, took the three-year-old Mitya into his care. How would you analyze and categorize took? Is there a inflectional morpheme present? Inflectional Morphemes from The Brothers Karamazov
  13. 13. Analyzing Grammar in Context Walkthroughs If you have questions about analyzing the text or about the analysis in this walkthrough, please talk to your teacher, a colleague, a peer, a friend, SOMEONE. Don’t think that you need to do this on your own. Develop your personal learning network TODAY!

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