If one wants to find a word containing the element jī that means “opportunity” (., a favorable juncture of circumstances, or a good chance for advancement), one needs to look elsewhere than wēijī , which means precisely “crisis” (viz., a dangerous, critical moment). One might choose, for instance, zhuǎnjī (“turn” + “incipient moment” = “favorable turn; turn for the better”), liángjī (“excellent” + “incipient moment” = “opportunity” [!!]), or hǎo shíjī (“good” + “time” + “incipient moment” = “favorable opportunity”).
Morpheme refers to the smallest semantically useful unit in a given language. Simply put, morphology is the study of form and structure of different units of language. It identifies, analyses and describes the structure of a given language’s linguistics units and their implied context. Language can be classified depending on how morphemes are applied – analytical (usage of isolated morphemes), agglutinative (morphemes are stuck together) and fusional (usage of bound morphemes having affixes and complicated polysynthetic where individual morphemes are joined together into single words)