What is the error in the following sentence: I go to the store and bought milk.
I went to the store and bought milk. Both describing words have to be used in the same tense when they are being used in a sentence.
What is the difference between a 'phoneme' and a 'morpheme'?
Phoneme refers to a segment of sound used to distinguish the meanings of words in a particular language. Morpheme is a small linguistic unit that has its own meaning or implies that the word has some sort of grammatical function.
What is "Supply and Demand" and how do they affect each other?
Supply is how much a company is actually able to produce and provide to consumers, while demand is the quantity of consumers willing/wanting to purchase the product. When supply is low and demand is high, the price of what is being sold increases. When the supply is high and the demand is low, the price of what is being sold decreases.