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This paper deals with the question of the formation of Croatian adjectives with the prefix medu-. While such adjectives were very rare in late 19th and early 20th century, an analysis of relevant lexicographic works and digital corpora demonstrated that t... see more

Objective. The paper focuses on lexical semantic derivation models and the ways they are explicated in experiential vocabulary. The study substantiates linguistic and psycholinguistic features of the models in the contrastive aspect (based on the Ukrainia... see more

The study reported in this paper aims to create a list of academic English derivational suffixes to help EFL teachers decide which derivational suffixes to be taught first and help their learners, especially those of higher education, expand their vocabul... see more

Derivational morphology in the learners’ English narrative compositions was the main purpose of this research. Morphology is the study of morphemes which are the smallest significant units of grammar. There are two kinds of morphology: derivational and in... see more

The objectives of this research are to know the derivational and inflectional morphemes and to know the functions of morpheme in the selected news from Tempo.co. This research uses qualitative method. The analysis shows that the derivational and inflectio... see more

DOI: 10.1590/2179-8966/2019/37918ResumoO presente artigo tem por objetivo compreender os limites e as possibilidades da luta pelo direito à cidade tendo como referência as recentes contribuições do debate da derivação do Estado. Essa investigação se faz p... see more

In this study lexicalization refers to derivation where an idiosyncratic component of meaning has been acquired. Being non-compositional, lexicalized items are usually considered irregular. In accordance with an emerging view that irregularity should take... see more

In this study lexicalization refers to derivation where an idiosyncratic component of meaning has been acquired. Being non-compositional, lexicalized items are usually considered irregular. In accordance with an emerging view that irregularity should take... see more

The article presents a comparative analysis of the lexical meaning of the words "times of day" in modern Russian language. Addressed attention to the change in the semantics of a given word in the last ten centuries. In addition, the derivational capabili... see more

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