Theoretical, descriptive, and historical linguists, morphologists, phonologists, and psycholinguists will find this book of interest.
Pages 153-183. Pages 25-52.
In addition, this volume deals with a number of hotly debated issues in theoretical morphology: Pages 53-74. Irregularization strategies of have and say in the Germanic languages. Pages 263-297.
The processing of interfixed German compounds. Back Matter Pages 321-321. The representation of prefixed forms in the Italian lexicon: Editors and affiliations.
Verb classifiers as noun incorporation in Israeli sign language. Diachronic evidence from Romanian and Spanish suffixes.
What sort of thing is a derivational affix? On useful darkness: On inherent inflection feeding derivation in Polish. Paradigm organization and lexical connections in the development of the Italian passato remoto.
Umlaut as signans and signatum: Pages 75-96. The relevant evidence comes from a wide variety of languages, amongst which Germanic, Romance, and Slavic languages are prominent. A special feature of this volume is an article on morphology in sign language, a very new and exciting area of research in linguistics. Advertisement Hide.