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can anybody answer this one? For me no answer seems to be correct...
IMO the answer is no, nobody can, because there isn't enough data to decide between the various analyses. Also, you haven't come up with all of the possible analyses. I think you would be best off if you start by saying what you take the underlying forms of all of the involved morphemes to be. Also, did they give you a set of 4 rules to choose between, or are these your rules? Shame on them if the former.
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