What is root and ending?
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Answered on October 9, 2015 14:08
These are morphemes, constituent parts of words. The root forms the "core" of the word, its semantic basis. In most words, the root is and does not change with changing words and the formation of new words from it. For example, the noun "fox" (root "fox"): fox, fox, chanterelle, chanterelle, fox, etc. - the root of "fox" will remain everywhere. The end is a variable part of a word, it can be used to judge case, number, declination, etc. It helps to create a word in a new form. The same "fox": fox (approx. -A), fox (approx. -S), chanterelles (approx. -Ek).