Edited By Anna Bloch-Rozmej and Anna Bondaruk
The papers collected in this volume explore the major mechanisms, that is derivations and constraints, claimed to be responsible for various aspects of the linguistic systems, their syntax, phonology and morphology. The contributors approach these issues through a detailed analysis of selected phenomena of Modern English, Old English, Polish, Russian, Hungarian and Icelandic, offering novel theoretical and descriptive insights into the working of human language.
A Fresh look at English “combining forms”: Structure, identification and pronunciation (Steven Schaefer)
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A fresh look at English “combining forms”: Structure, identification and pronunciation
Abstract: This paper addresses the problem of English pronunciation posed by compounded words derived from Greek neoclassical bound stems, or “combining forms” (CF). Such combining forms are structurally non-autonomous morphemes that combine with each other in lexically compounded items (but also with free morphemes).
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