"R. Nierse" wrote:
> There is no consistant morphology, but there *is* morphology. We need a
> way, something extra, to show that it is something else than a noun.

Not necessarily, look at:

I water my garden
I drink water

No difference whatsoever to the word "water", it's only a verb in the
first sentence because it's used that way.

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