After analyzing many words morphologically I come across the following three words which I found hard to analyze:
morphs: lingu/ist/ic --> 3 morphs; Would 'lingu' be then a bound lexical morph?
morphemes: [lingua]+[ist]+[ic] --> 3morphemes; Would 'lingua' be the root to use here?
morphs: literary --> 1 morph
morphemes: [literary] --> 1 morpheme?
morphs: has/arouse/d --> 3morphs
morphemes: [arouse]+[present perfect] OR [have]+[3rd person]+[sg]+[arouse]+[past participle] Is there such a thing as a present perfect morpheme?