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It has long been claimed (e.g. Sweet 1892 , Bolinger 1972 , Ladd 1984 ) that informativity has an influence on the leftward or rightward stress assigned to noun-noun combinations in English, but the few available empirical studies of this hypothesis have produced conflicting results (...
This study compares the formation of passive verbs in Modern Standard Arabic and Palestinian Arabic. It examines the morphological differences between the two types of verb formation, arguing that they result from the component of the grammar where passivization takes place, the lexicon...
This article deals with the locus of realization and the grammatical nature of compounds. First, it suggests that a proper delineation of compounding should be given on formal grounds and that an approach relying on pure semantics is misleading. Second, it proposes that the diversity of...
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