Approach Of Morphema To Lexema
Some literatures divide morphemes into two: basic morpheme, affixal morpheme. This is especially true in traditional linguistics. The article shows that although a morpheme does not mean a concept independently, it has a definite form, and a lexeme can serve a meaning even if it means a concept. It is said that both a lexeme and a morpheme as a unit of language are equal to a certain part and serve to express a certain concept. It is based on the fact that a lexeme, from the point of view of its series, becomes a whole and begins to speak only after it has received a grammatical description.