Separate the morphemes, English

Using the English gloss as a guide, separate the morphemes in sentences 1 - 20. List each morpheme and its meaning (e.g. fovh ‘cat') or function (e.g. oprf ‘present tense'). For suppletive morphemes, state the conditions in which each form is used. If a morpheme appears several times, list it only once. Do not present a line by line analysis.

(1)  ‘I am getting up'
(2) ‘The bears are killing the birds'
(3) ‘We see the bird'
(4) ‘The bears are running'
(5) ‘We are hitting the birds'
(6)  ‘I am running'
(7) ‘The bird is flying'
(8)  ‘We are killing the bear'
(9) ‘The bear is hitting us'
(10) ‘We are getting up'
(11) I am killing the bear'
(12) ‘The bear sees me'
(13) ‘We are hitting the bear'
(14) ‘I am killing the bears'
(15) ‘The birds are flying'
(16) ‘I am hitting the bear'
(17) ‘The bears see us'
(18) ‘I see the bear'
(19) ‘We are running'
(20) ‘The bear is running'

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