This research focuses on the morphological aspects and more specifically this study only examines the morphophonemic aspects so that the emphasis is only on: the morphophonemic process which includes: the phoneme change process, the phoneme addition process, and at the same time the phoneme loss process. For that matter, things beyond morphology are not examined. More specifically, it examines competing forms that are often used in daily conversation. If the language user generally considers it correct, of course, other language users agree with it. This is a special concern in this study. Logically, it is true for users of one language, of course also true for users of other languages. However, the facts state differently, it is evident that there are still many language users who use competing forms, which ironically both forms are claimed that they are the correct form with a variety of considerations and reasons that are pretty basic.
Keywords: competitive forms, morphophonemic, phoneme change process
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