We've had questions about inflected languages moving towards analytic morphology and about isolating languages moving to agglutinating morphology but we haven't yet investigated the third case.
In the typological cycle theory languages slowly move from one morphological type to the next in a fixed cycle.
What are some examples of agglutinating languages such as Finnish, Hungarian, or Turkish merging some agglutinations into inflections?
If not in these, other agglutinative languages or partially agglutinative ones like Japanese verbs. Also if I'm a bit off in the kinds of changes, correcting me on that would also be interesting (-: